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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

V- t: f u. j A OA11Y FAYOES THEM. Savings Banks Strongly Advocated the Postmaster General. by 8nys Tlicy Would Kneourngo Thrift Anions tlio 1'eoplo mid AlTorel Absoluto Surety to Timid Depositors Plan Is n Success Abroitil. "Washinoton, Nov. 15. Tho first an nual report of Postmaster General James A. Gary to tho president was made public last night. Its feature is tho strong advocacy of postal savings depositories, lie says the time is ripo for tho establishment, and that the addition of a well organized system "would confer a groat boon upon a largo number of people, and ultimately bo of inestimable benefit to tho whole coun try. Tho portion on tho subject of .postal savings, in brief, follows: Would Tend to Cultivate Thrift. Many millions of dollars uro undoubtedly so crotcd by people who liavo llttlo or no conll denco in ordinary securities and monetary In stitutions organized by prlvato citizens. It Is dead capital. Hut If Its owners could bo In spired with absolute conlldcnco I...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

3 i T! li'&n W& ?h U u I IV.W. 'l ! . I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDERS, rnblliher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. "THE WIMMEN FOLKS." If 'twasn't for tho wlmmen folks, It stems to mo, I'll Jest bo bound, Ab If this earth 'u'd bo so dull I wouldn't keer to stay around. And while I ain't In any senso what might bo called a ladles' man, I tillers like to keep within a speakln' dis tance when I can. It's funny how a woman's smllo can sort o brighten up a place. A man fcrgltn tho nhaddcrs whllo ho sceB the sunshlno In 'er face. Tho poets call 'em cllngln' vines and say we men arc mighty oaks, Hut somehow I bellevo tho strength o' earth la In tho wlmmen folks. Tit, when It comes to buyln' gowns and liats and all that sort o' thing (I've knowed tho tlmo my wlfo has spent ten dollars In ono fall or Bprlngl) Then when a feller sees the bills como tum- blln' In they sort o' vex Ills Christian soul and make him wish ho'd never seen tho fairer box. But he gits over that, you bet, when troublo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

ft" ' W nt 1,1 AHapvest Canticle:. j araraja fW,A. !..., v.ivV iiML yrrww ,w . '-SB Igmvu HAT IS bounty m GVn love in n'- AW' That waits lor no plea to bestow, The evergreen boon of the river To the fields that are blessed lay Its Does the light when tho morning uncloses Count, the leagues of Its flight to the iplata? Does the sky call the roll of the roses That hold up their lips for Us rain? God Is never at loss with His plenty, And Nature, His handmaid, no more Ripens sweets for the feast of the dainty Than bread for the fare of the poor. 'Tls a loan with no burden thereafter, 'Tls a grace never measured nor weighed: If tho banquet turns weeping to laughter The debt of the eater is paid. O Goodness so grand In its doing! Arc there gluttons who starve at Us board; Craven souls, whoso Insatiable suing Has poisoned tho comforts they hoard, Who, insane with the joy of receiving, Are glad for no sake but their own, "Who are deaf to the song of thanksgiving And tongneless to utter Us t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

S.Xtt!H1t , I 4 I' f I'; l I-: TMfCS&IVING FT UST seven years ago to-day flwcot Alice mild that Hlio Tor butter or for worse would give Her winsome self to mo. All, welll It seems nn ago ago That wo stood proudly there, And people said they'd seldom see A hotter favored pair. Hut hitter dayH and hitter tears Havo coma to mo since then; Arid I, alas! can never ho A cnrelcss hoy again! !Far out upon the hillside stands A slender Htone that tells Tho story of my life and where My altar ego dwells. Dut stayt There falls upon my cars Sweut sounds of baby glee, Anil hero another Alice comes To lavish lovo on me! 80 let mo render thanks to-day, Although I am bereft: Tho Lord did give and take away, But sco what Ho has left! Cleveland Leader. REAfc 3; 6z. AANK6G1VIN& ,'0 WHISKS from t o -111 o r r o w i s Thnnksgiving. Let us go to Orley to spend it." "Go to Orley! Why, Agntha, you must be crazy!" Agatha C 1 a I r pushed back her unfinished cup of coffee, a decided frown on her smoo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

A SHARP GAME. An Arlonu jMiwi llulldii on tlio Ilounilnry I.lno to Kvrulo UiiAtotiiH Dittlcn. Washington, Nov. 10. Muy 0 lnnd about Nogales, Ariz., was declared subject to entry. Among1 those who took advantage of the right was a man who made a townsito selection directly upon the international border line and erected a largo house with doors on both sides. By this means, according to oillcial reports, tho laws would be evaded hy bucking up teams laden with Mexican goods to the rear door of tho house which did not require crossing tho line, and tho goods were then taken out of tho door upon tho American side and carried away. Tho case was reported by tho collector of customs and asked that no townsito be allowed unless there was a street sot apart along the bor der to prevent this evasion. Tho gen eral land oflieo has not acted on this proposition and the president has mado a reservation of a strip of land 00 feet wide and two miles long at Nogales, which it is hoped will prevent su...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 19 November 1897

s I UWOJUIJI 1MJJUI MUTII The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. 8JUY1W11N JTublOlnr. SUllSOItll'TION, - 81.50 1'KIl YKAH FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 185)7. &Msm JmW& fi J uwican M eyrspapor papo VX m& BURLINGTON ItOUTE-OAL-IFOKNIA EXCURSIONS. Cheap; quick; comfortable. Loavo Omaha '1:35 p. in., Lincoln 0:10 p.m. and IlaatinB 8.50 p. in. ovory Thursday in clean, modern', not crowded touriBt sleepers, No transfer; cara run right throuli to tiati Francis co and Loa Angeles over the Scenic Route through Donvor and Salt Lake City. Cars are carpeted; upholstered in rattan; have spring seats and backs and aro provided with curtaiua, beds ding, towolB, Hoap, etc. Uni formed porters and oxpoiionccd excuraion con ductors accompany each excuraion, re lieving passengers of all bother about baggage, pointing out objects of inter est and in many other ways helping to make the overland trip a delightful ex perience. Second cIuhb tickets are honored. Berths 5. For folder giving full information call at ne...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

Vt1- f Eh Mdvertim. VOLUME XL1I NEMAHA, NhJilUSKA, FlUDAY, NOV. 26, 1897. NUMBER 22 JffE m JLiOoal JSTews. Call ami seo us for job work. Old papers for sale at this olllco. Mrs. Fuirbank for iluo millinery. Bring us .some wood on subscription. There was no school Friday. Thursday or Dr. Sutton, of Shubert, was iu town Tuesday. Wo want corn and wood on sub scription.) . Many of-our fanners are through coin Bhuokliig. " George &till well returned to South Omulm Friday. The editorial Mmlly spent Thdokn giving at Auburn. Remember the s-ciable Saturday night of next week. Charley Smiley, f Asptnwall pre cinct, was visiting Nemaha friends Wednesday. J G. Sanders is making arrangements to start a newspaper in Brownvlllo, to Ml the long felt want. An oyster supper will be given at tho school house in district 35 Satur day night of this week. , ltev. Peter Slack and Win. T. Zook of Bruwuvtlle. nave, Tim Advkutiskh a call Monday morning. V. F.Peabody this week shipped a car load of wood t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

tJS TIE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' I I 111 ! W. XV. BANDElta, 1'oblliher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE WOELD AT LARGE. Bummary of tho Daily Nows. AVASHINOTON NOTKS, It was reported that Speaker Thomas 13. Itccrt may resign from congress at the end of tho coming session and leavo Maine to become a resident of New York, so as to secure tho backing It the delegation of tho Empire stato 'for tho republican nomination for tho presidency in 1000. I A 8i'i:ciAT to tho Chicago Tribune from Washington on tho 18th said that Attorney General McKcnnn's appoint ment as associate justice of the su premo court to succeed Justice Field lias been formally decided upon by tho president and heartily approved by tho cabinet. MimsTint Wooni'oiU) telegraphed tho stato department at Washington that tho Spanish cabinet had notified him that the queen had pardoned tho Com petitor prisoners in Cuba. Tiik annual roport of Secretary of tho Interior Miss was made public on tho 18th. Ho stated that there were 200,000 more p...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

ft cm -r y i A- A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES XV. W. 8ANDKK9, I'ublliliar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, - THE BRIGHT DAYS. The bright days they tiro coming, no mat ter what they any; Sonenth the snows of winter dreams tho violet of Mny, And somo time In the future, In the golden years to be There'll be blossoms In tho desert and the streams'll sing to sea. The bright dnys they arc coming; there's a twinkling of tho light In the storm that sheds Its shadows on tho starry brow of night, And some time In tho future, when the clouds have faded far Tho sun will greet tho morning and the night will claim a star. Tho bright days they arc coming; In tho cities, In the dells There's a whisper of the music from tho morning's golden bells, And somo time In tho future, when tho skies nre bending blue There'll bo angels at the windows and they'll kiss their hands to you I F. L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution. iVWMVMVMiVAViWAYiVVVWiWA. 1 ft COLLEGE GIRL I r6 i By JVIarion Joss. S- i mmmmm.tfNNftmNmtfmmN&'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

" 1,4 ,4SF THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' TV. TV. 8ANDKIUJ, roblliher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA CANNOT ROB US OF THE PAST, Though cruel hands may strive to bllRht Tho fruit we hoped the years would bring, They never can destroy outright Tho sweets that round tho blossoms cling. If lips shall strive by unkind words To make our futuro Incomplete, They have not power to kill the blrdi That In our hearts liavo sung so sweet. Though unkind feet may turn aside Within our path sharp thorns to lay. They lack the power from us to hldo Tho flowers wo gathered by tho way. If faces shadowed o'er with hate To flood our courso with fear havo planned, Thry cannot close tho happy gate Through which wo havo passed hand In hand. Though strength of foes may hope to build High walls to part our futuro ways, They cannot fence the bliss that filed Our souls through many yesterdays. If cruel hands attempt to blight Tho fruit wo hoped the years would bring, They never can destroy outright The sweots that round the blos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

t kit I A THE NEW MAN ADVISED. X.lttlo man, little man, do the very best you can, Guuge the measure of your pleasure on the truly pleasant plan, That puts safety valves on Joy, for a bright high-pressure boy, By providing for the impulse which might mix In cheap alloy. X.lttlo lad, little lad, be as cheerful and as glad, As becomes a Jolly urchin much too merry to be mad; In your wildest gibes and Jokes, well con sider other folks. You can be both kind and happy without wearing evil's yokes. Tho best kind of little boys cultivate true equipoise, And forget not other people 'mid their sauciest pranks or noise; They are anxious to bo right, sunny, sen sible, polite, Hot to riot and be ruffians who prefer to swear and fight. They have eyes both frank and true, they aro faithful and true blue, And in courtesy's best coin give every playmato honest duo; They can halloo, Blng and play, In tho very liveliest way, And no hoodlum stuffed with rudeness Is aB happy as aro they. Little fellows ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

A MEXICAN VERDICT Ton Polloo Offloors to Bo Shot for Arroyo's Murdor. 'AN ELOPER RESCUED FROM A MOB. An Kx-Iliink l'renldont Charged with IMIn- upproprlatlng 8700,000 Crlino of mi Aged Widow In Diuiiforof lining Hurucit ill tho Stake. Mkxico Citv, Mox., Nov. 2,'. Tho great trial of Arroyo's murderers is over, terminating' yesterday evening with the sentence of death pronounced on ten of the police oflleers and police men concerned in the butchery of the hapless wretch, whoso audacious at tempt on the president's life caused a profound sensation here. The jury was out over seven hours, returning its verdict at five p. in., and Judge Flores delivering his confirmation verdict at about eight o clock. The pris oners stood up, and the gen darmes presented arms during the deliverance. The court room was crowded to the utmost capacity, for the closing scenes of the trial were most dramatic. Villavicencio and Ca brera took the verdict coolly, as, in fact, did all the prisoners. Bcllido was ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

k I MR. ALGEK'S REPORT. tfLi Head of tho War Dopartmont Asks for i an Incrnneso in thn Armu. UrRc tho Ilovlvnl of tho llnnk or Lieuten ant Coloiirl Wnnts Moro CnilPtri nt Went Point und nu Inercnxo lu tho Ungluuor Corps. Washington. Nov. 22. In his first annual report Secretary Alger ninkes intmj' recommendations for the better ment of the administration of the war department, based upon the conclu sions of his subordinate ofllcers. lie asks favorablu consideration for tho proposition to add two regiments to the artillery branch, pointing to tho valuable fortifications now being1 erected, which, he says, should not be manned by a corporal's guard. Ho sa3's of Alaska that as many as 100,000 people will be gathered there next year and a muitai-y force should bo sent to the territory and largo emer gency powers should be granted to tho president to repress lawlessness. Prob ably tho creation of additional mili tary reservations, like that of St. Michaels, may be the best means to meet ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 26 November 1897

I; ii i mauiu-Hi j jihui uuiumti jiimRHjjiuu.uim'xunuimHiuji-i ifijjjui'miji uwuuaiaiujujmi'fiemjinjii.jjinnn ij'U. wra m kjhj ugtuiaiiuL.ujjunjui,xuu iijLujiiiluiinjT'm..!iim!.jt;jtg CIIRtS WH1HL ALL LLSL FAILS. Beet Cough Syrup. TuMes Good. in timo. sold toy iniRloln T)It. W. W. KEELING, RlCMAIIA. OlTY, NlSIMlAKA.. Ofllco first door Bouth of Futk hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary m i Public Ths Nebraska Advertiser I. W. H.1J"lHiltHs VubUthir. SUIISOHII'TION, Sl.nU I'KK YKAK FRIDAY, NOV. '20, 1807 'Republican! jKifcfl Newspaper Nomaha City, Wb. fit S,E SBiJMBi 9) SSI V, PLASTERER a....... ... I A t i M I fi ur.it Ir ii uiMinlnlt i . (lu term liulll. Paper IIiiiijjIiih, ICalNomltilim ' imkI WhllHWHKhltiK il(uo. Low irl3us, All I woik wuriiuiliiil, L. JL MElilUTl, I Contractor and Builder. ; All kinds of Carpenter work done on aliort notice. Vntisfuotion guaranteed ALUMINUM INSTRUMENTS. NHMAHA. NEBRASKA.! Kerker & Hoover, Denier In ZMHBA.TS HIhIii-hI prlcoH piild for hliU'H, liird. (a...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

1 n r- dverUser. msh VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEHltASKA, F1UDAY, DhO. 3, 1897. NUMBER 23 &e ajo w &j V" k ( Local News. Cold we ther Eggs, 15 uentrt. Butter. 15 cents. The beautiful snow. Nuws items uro scarce. The ice crop promises well. Call and see u for job work. Old papers for sale at this office. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinery. Bring us some wood on subscription. Winter has apparently begun in earnest . We want corn and wood ou sub scription..' A snow storm struck us Thursday afternoon. J. W. Taylor came down from Liu coin Wednesday evening. Five or six Inches of snow fell Thursday night and Friday. Col huu his aro now busy hauling cobi Irom lh) McCuudleas elevator. C.ShuoK recently sold one of Itis line Berkshire hos to a Nebraska City man. J. G Sanders expects to got out the fiiat copy of the Brovnvillo Sun next week. C. ShucK shipped one of his fine Berkshire hogs to a man at. Guide Rock Thursday. Phil Shuck is having a soigo of chills and (ever, lie is stopping with h...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

w4MmM!IO!l- II M! IM -a THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER' XT. W. 8ANUKK8, I'ublUlier. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTIJH. Tnn post ofllec department at Wash ington has notified Postmaster Van cott, of New York, that newspapers and other periodicals containing adver tisements of schemes offering prlr.es by chance will he excluded from tho mails. Tho order spociflcs In part those that have word guessing con tests. Assistant Skciiktaky Roosi:vi:i.t has submitted to tho secretary of tho navy the report of Lieut. Gibbons, who has charge of naval militia matters. Tho report speuks in high terms of tho operations of tho naval militia. Tiik president has informed his cab inet olllcors that his message to con gress is practically completed and it will probably be considered at the next cabinet meeting. Ex-Sun atoii Hiiuck, colored, of Mis sissippi, is likely to be nominated by President Melvinley for register of the treasury. PltKHIDKNT McKlNI.KY will, i...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

if! A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER T. XV. 8ANDEKS, l'nbllihcr. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. -- THE GOOD LANDLORD. I sing to you about a mnn whoso memory long should Inst; Ills nnmo was Illrnm Morcthnngood, ho lived In Nottoofast: And tho' to save his native land he never drew a sword, lie wns what all his tenants called a mighty lino landlord. "Whcno'er a tenant chanced to break a pane or two of glass, Ho never used to storm and rave or mur mur out "Alas!" But ho would go and buy somo more, In sunshine or In rain, Or If It was at zero, and have them sot ugaln. No matter If In room or hall tho paper should get torn, lie would not, as some landlords do, com plain from night till morn; And If the paint got scarred and soiled, the first thing ho would do Was send and have tho painter come and paint tho house anew. Ko matter If a faucet froze or If got clogged a drain, It made no dlffcrenco to him: ho never would complain. And If a tenant short of wood should burn the cellar stairs. Ho always thought It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

f.n i3'WiJi'sTiVK.,njr4-Tvt.ttenitiH THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ii ... W. TV. 8ANOKUS, I'tibllaher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE VILLAGE ORACLE. "I nm Sir Ornclo, nnd when I opo my lips, Jet no dorcbnrkl" Mcrchnnt of Venice Old Dnn'l Hanks lie sex this town Is Jest the best on earth; IIo sez thcro hnln't one, up nor down, That'B got one ha'f her worth; IIo sez thcro hnln't no other stnto Thnt's Rood ns ourn, nor nenr, IAnd nil the folks thnt's tfood or great Is settled rlpht 'round here, Sez I: " 'D Jer over travel, Dan7" I " You bet I hnln't," sez ho. I "I toll you what, tho place I've got Is good enough for me." IIo sez tho other party's foolf, 'Causo they don't vote his way; lie sez tho "fcehle-mlntled schools" Is where they ought to stay. If ho wns law their mouths he'd shut, Or blow 'em nil to smash; IIo sez their platform's notliln' but A great big mess of trnsh. Hez I: " '15 Jer ever rend It, Dnn?" " You bet I hain't," sez he, "And whon I do, well, I tell you, I'll let you know, by goo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

M C m - PICTURESQUE OLD CITY. yk. !ho Most Falthftd Romnant of tho jxuacuo .agog. lUldcnhclm, a Ilnnovcrnnlnn Town, CuntnliiH Alnny Knrc Historical Treasure) A Hone IlanU 1,100 Ycnrn Old. Special Berlin Letter. Hildesheiin Is one of the oldest nnd most interesting towns in Germany, and I recently spent a day there sightsee ing. At present it lies in the Prussian province of Ilanovcr, nnd it is easily ac cessible by rail from Brunswick. Dur ing the middle ages, though, Hildeshelm ivas a powerful and very wealthy com monwealth of its own, and it waged war successfully against the bellicose Ijishops and dukes of the neighborhood. Its citizens were so proud and luxu rious that on festival days they would cat and drink out of nothing meaner than pure gold nnd silver, nnd the ivorld-famcd "Hildeshelm treasure" a collection of rarely artistic and beauti ful dishes, plntcs, tankards, etc., of solid silver, buried in times of war by a cau tious Hildesheim burgher and now ac cidentally dug ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 3 December 1897

A DISASTROUS GALE. Tbo English Coast Stormswopfc and Many Ships Foundor. A STEAMER DESTROYED BY FIRE. Tho Nntnintn nt Kscanalni, Midi., Hum nnd tlio Docks CnUili Ftro An Ocean Kocnrd Ilrnkon A Train's FuHt Ituu A lliirlc Founder. London, Nov. 30. -The latent report from various points along tho const Bhow tli lit tho gulo which swept ling lish v 11 tori) Sunday iiml Monday was ono of tho worst storms of recent years. In many places It was almost cyclonic In its violence, and tho long list of disasters includes a largo loss of life, many wrecks of lurgo vessels and the loss of scores, If not hundreds, of smaller crafts, with serious damage to property ushoro at many Important towns. iMany ships are known to have foundered, In most cases, it is feared, with all on hoard. Scarcely a town on the coast has escaped without more or less Injury, falling walls and Hying dobrisnddlngtotho loss of life. There have heen rockets and lifeboat res cues almost without number. Stories of thrilling e...

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