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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

y - A TlT.-. . . fci'?;.a Fnrnicr'n Handy Feed Cooker. We desire to call our renders' nttention to the Farmers' Handy Feed Cooker, which is sold at the low price of $12.G0 for 50 gal lon capacity. RBBI1I By feeding poultry and stock with cooked food during the winter months, at least one third of the food is saved; also having stock in a healthy condition, preventing hog cholera among your hogs, and insuring the Lens laying freely during the winter months, when eggs arc always wanted at high prices. This Cooker will pay for itself in one week's time and is without doubt the best and cheapest on the market just what its name implies, n Farmer's Ilnndv Feed Cooker. Upon application to the tmniro They Ironical If". If a man has no dust, his name is usually mud. If a man has horse sense he should know when to say neigh. If the cat scratches you it is always the sign of the Maltese cross. If n man would follow the advice he gives to others ho would soon be perfect. If the mercury goes hi...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 7 January 1898

;ttoWmUJI'WllJIMIJIH'"llVKm,'ilW1'.vrj'gwyr in CIldtK WHHIK All flKf Boot coukIi Syrup. Tamch UoM. in nmo. tom ny unit-slMa. SSK2E32IM )H. W. V. KEELING, Nbmaiia City-, NkiihAka. Olllcc flrat door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS. Notary : -: Public Nemaha City, Nob. , fit, a mp siMituni; PLASTERER Annie nut) AuiMto work u Hicclult . (,'h. terns hulli. I'npor llmiKlnifi ICiilmiinlnlim and Wliltou'iiklilnn donu. l.uiv pilius, All work wartiiiitcul. Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In Hluliust prlcuH t'Hld Air IiIiIuh, luiil, tallow Bamo, nU- NEMAFIA CITY, NEHIIASKA J. L, MELV1N, M. D., I'll. I)., ?ne ;0 SPKOJ CHSt promn nlidit. PKOIAi.aiKS: UIhouhch (if lliu J Skin. Din- c U onion unil I'lillilnii Will iirtwor nil chIIh, oltlior day or 0(11 en residence. NEMAHA STOCK FARM J. H. SEED, Prop .NEMAHA, - NUIHIA8ICA. Uroodorund Hhlppor of Duroc Jersey iihd Poland Clilim Hon Best line, low prices Farm' one mile Routh of Nt'iiiiiliu. Wemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared to furnish good musio for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

HtanprJf fFMPiin y "u dvertmr. ebmshi iv- Y-. h i VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 1898! NUMBER 29 c4 h? Jwes 0 I !: f 4a Local 3STe-ws. Bad roads ngain. See our clubbing offer. D. T. Smiloy i8 now 'squire. Oall and see us for job work. Mrs. FairbanU for Que millinery. Wood continues scarce in Nemaha. It J. Skeen returned to Red Cloud Friday. E. S. ftlcCandlesB was in from Au burn Wednesday. Frank Woodward filled his ice houso juBt before the thaw. The roadB are very muddy, except when frozen up hard. George Chapman has been assisting in thiB offlre this week. Mrs. Moses Bunks is quite sick, We hope she will soon recover. Leslie Woortwaid Is studying to lie a druggist, in M H. Taylor's drug store. The Titurt Nurfierj is getting out a 12 page price hat, It is being printed at this office. - The Muaicale at the Met houist church Monday night, by the Scliuyler family was a good one Lew Mather weuiulnrstand.isgrow. ing worse, and the chances are very ' poor for his recover...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDICK8, 1'nbllsher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. ,XX4.X4.XXXXXXXXXXXXXX--XXXX'e T A -K.TT T A TJr 4000 I1NUVCV.X 070 THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTIiS. SiNcr. tho limitation concerning tho publication of tho list of pensioners has commenced, Commissioner Evans lias received several letters from pen sioners requesting a cancellation of their pensions. Ono pensioner in Mich igan enclosed his certificate and stated his desiro to have tho Mime recalled as ho was not entitled to tho govern ment's bounty. Ho added he would en deavor to return all the money drawn slneo 1805, when tho pension was granted. A. C. Tannkk,' acting commissioner of Indian affairs, has recommended a deficiency appropriation of S 1,700 for tho revision of allotments on the Otoe reservation, Oklahoma. Tho worlc is being done by Helen P. Clarke. Sknatok Mason will soon proparo and introduce a bill in tho senate for a special appropriation for a corn ex hibit at tho ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

i v. "71 N i fc ) Vf ix f X WITH OPEN DOORS. Senator Pcttlgrew Wants tho Hawaiian Treaty Debated Without Secrecy. Xho Civil SorvleoLnw Debated In tlio Holise Itcductlon of tho Pork Inspection Pco Oklahoma School Fund 11111. Washington, Jan. 11. Rov. Hisbop Merrill, of Chicago, dclivored tho invo cation at tho opening of the senato yesterday. A bill was reported favor ably from tho Indian committee pre venting railroad companies from charging more than three cents a mile ior passengers through tho Indian territory. A resolution looking to tho filtration of the water used in tho city of Wash ington caused Senator Hale, before it -was referred to tho District of Colum bia 'committee, to say that in no part of the United States was there a city whose citizens are ho imposed upon and Abused as to the water supply as aro the citizens of Washington. "We aro confronted with bad, foul water," said he, "so filthy indeed as to make it dan gerous to drink, and irksome even to take a bath." At 1...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

H I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' ' ' T. T, HANDKlty, I'ublUher. ' i NEMAnA. NEBRASKA I CAN. I like tho thought encrystnlled In "I ennj" Among tho sons of men, u Icing In ho Who, though uncrowned, yot knowa him self to l)e Unbeaten still; a trooper In the van. I like the fnco whoso eye Ih on the gonl; Sclf-polscd the tides of worldly favor vain Iloll up their forces with u giant strain, Against tho ramparts of a resistless soul. I llko the will that dares to do and die; Die, If It must he, sooner far than yield Ono vantage spot In llfe'B great battle field, Where ono must fight, or as a coward ly. Tell mo tho watchword of the passing hour, If It bo not theso stirring words: "I enn Both do and dare through all of life's short span; Wherever duty calls, I grasp the hour." -Mary Woodward Weatherbee, in Wom an's Journal. -06-9$MG- 5cDCr- 9S-0JG-&, T IN THE VERANDAH, $ BY CLARENCE ROOK. 'is-fxj-96-tio -de-oc-se -o3-- a n V.CUCAZ. In Mint vnnV" J( It was t lie voice of Colin from the balc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

O - Tr)e EotertaiQiog & BY J & Cbas. B. Lewis. COPYBltJKT. 1897. Just before the big steamer,, bound i knew Miss Judson that bIic wns bo from Loud on to Bombay, was ready to begin her voyage, three detectives nnd an inspector came aboard and oreateo no little excitement among the passen gers In their search for a slick criminal named George Lacy. Lacy was a forger, counterfeiter nnd nil around swin dler, and was wnnted on a dozen dif ferent charges. The ofllcers were sure he had booked under another name, and the steamer was held for an hour while they examined the large num ber of passengers and searched about. They even had the firemen up one by one, and not until they were cock-sure that their man had put them on a false scent would they allow the lines to be cast off and the steamer to proceed on her way. There was a good deal of talk, of course, and 19 out of 20 of the passengers, first nnd second-clnss, were secretly glad that the criminal had not been overhauled. So l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

THE SQUATTER SKETCHES. 'Abo Hope Tells About His Specula tion in Hogs nnd How It Paid. Copyright, 1897. flY M QUAD. 1 wns asking the old squatter one dny why lie didn't hnvc 'u pen nnd a hog or two to fatten for his winter eating, and nfter scratching his head for awhile over the question he replied: "I dun went Into hnwgs 'bout seven y'nrs ago, and I don't want nuthln' mo to do with the pesky critters. I had n hundred dollars Raved up to buy a mewl when along cumn Kurnel Hunker one day nnd hcz: ' 'Mawnln' to yo', Abe Hope, and I'm trustln' that the ole woman nr' well?' " 'As well as usual,' sez I. "'And how be things with yo', Abe?' " 'Cun't skussly complain not skass- iy.' " 'No, I reckon not. I sec yo've put three new shingles on the roof and got a new lntch-string to the doah since I was 'long yerc a y'ar ago, and them things show good times. Abe, why don't yo' riz up and go Into pollytlcksand git oflls, same as I hev?' " 'I ain't got no Inrnln', sez I. 'It takes mi! half an hou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

. x THE COUNTRY LAWYER. Ho Is Moro Than a Matoh for His City Oolloaguo. Ex-Attornej -General Gnrlnmt nnrt ticnator Ditvls, Two Notable Kx- ttmnlcM In Support of Tlila Statement. Special Washington letter. "Greut lawyers do not comu from such places ns Hominy Hill," was tlio remark made by a republican politician in March, 1885, Immediately after the nomination of Senator Garland to be attorney-general. "Great lawyers arc to bo found only in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis and other cities of considerable size and extensive business interests. They do not como from places like Hominy Hill, which would never be heard of but for tho elevation of some obscure man to a position in either house of congress," continued the partisan critic. This statement was recently repented to Senator Davis, of Minuchota, in his A. II. GARLAND. Ex-Attorney General of tho United States.) quiet literary den, and the distin guished lawyer and statesman said: "That is untrue aud it is the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 January 1898

! s i Hi I us ia jimmuiiuujKfijiliijuOj j.i.jiraj'ntRcwawWW HH CUIItS WHIRL AIL ELSE FAILS, ' Hf M Hart Cough Byrtit). TMtca Uood. Um Bl IVl In tlmn. ftiilil hr rinurvlfttlt- M jyi. W. W. KEELING, NEMAHA ClTY, NkBRAKA. Onico first door south of Park hotel. W. W. SANDERS, Notary : -1 Public Nflmaha City, Nob. rm.Mf $K.iBvmr, PLASTERER Aoino mid AiMtlto work a Hpecln1t. OIh tcrnn built, I'apor HiuikIhk, KuUoinlnliiK nil Whltowiutilng ilono. Low pri:us, All work warnuitmi. Kerker & Hoover, Donlor in MEATS IIIkDcmI prlei'H piild for IiIiIch, lard, tmlow gAine, file NEMAHA CITY, NEHRASKA, J. L, MELVIN, M. D., Ph. D., PHYSICIAHAHDSURGEOH SPKOIAl i.RS: DlnonscBof the Hlclii, Din. cunt ' ' Women mid Children Will promt night. iifluur nil cullH, olthor day or Olllco rcaldonoc. NEMAHA STOCK FA11M J. H. SEID, Prop NEMAHA, - NEBRASKA. nroodflriuid Hhlppor of Duroo Jornoy and Poland China Hogs Best Hue, low prices, Farm ono mile south of Nemaha. Nemaha Cornet Band. Is now prepared to furnish...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

fTvTTHT ebmsha Mdvertim. VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, JFUIDAY, JAN. 21, 1898. XUMBEll 30 life ' ' ' ' Q'3x&&' dJHSff LfllflDKf JHr " j r; II IM f a iw ; Local News. See our clubbing offer. Oull and aeo us for job work. M"ra. Fairbank for fine millinery. Some more 6nov fell Wednesday night. WANTED At this place on short notice 150 hair-cuts. Walt Maxwell and Dick Chambers visited Peru last Friday. Miss Mitchell and Miss Emily flouk were up from Shubert Wednesday. Charley Curtis opened his restaurant last Saturday. He carries a neat stock of goods. Dick Chambers moved into Mrs. Crother'a house, south of the editorial residence, hint week. C. A. Curtis has got Andy Jarvis' ice house and will till it with ice if the weather is favorable. Five or six inches of snow fell Frh jljiy night of last week. We am having plenty of "the beautiful" this winter. Mrs. alary Lesley and Bessie went to Unadilla Thursday of last week, to visit Mrs. Lesley's daughter, Mrs. Lila Hair. The Nebraska...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANDKHS, I'ablUlier. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. AVASIIINOTON NOTKS. Thk post oflicc department at Wash ington has determined that the stamps to commemorate the international ex position at Omaha, Neb., shall be illus trated by western scenes. Assistant Shciiftaut Davis ren dered a pension decision in the case of John 1 Urown, late of the United States navy, rejected by the bureau. The action of tho bureau is overruled and the claim allowed. It is for a sailor's pension under tho act of Juno !i7, 1890. Secretary Davis finds that tho claimant had served 00 days when his services were terminated by tho ending of tho war. Wim.iam E. Stkiink, of Topolca, TTan., was confirmed by tho senate at Washington as United States marshal for the district of Kansas. The largest licet of warships ever assembled under tho American flag will be within six hours' easy steaming of Cuba by tho 1st of February. Tho president has no intent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

K-ff 'Kv r f THE' BILL PASSED. Sonato Indorses Measuro to Restrict Immigration, 46 to 28. Bill for tlio Ilcorgnnlzatton of tho Iiultitn Territory Indian Itlll Amended to 0)en Cortnln Surplus Lands to White Settlement. Washington, Jan. 18. In tho son ato yesterday a speech was delivered by Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, chair man of tho bimetallic commission, upon the negotiations of the commission with European countries relative to international bimetallism. When ho had concluded the immigration bill was taken up and discussed until threo o'clock, the hour at which, by previous agreement, it had been arranged to vote finally upon the amendments and the bill. Vn amendment oifored by Mr. Spooner, of Wisconsin, providing that the ability on the part of tho im migrant either to read or to write should bo accepted as sulilclent test of his literacy was adopted by a vote of 42 to 22. Another amendment by Mr. Spooner providing that tho members of the family accompanying an immi grant rejec...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. TV. 8ANDKKH, robllahcr. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. TWO BRIDES. I. The Man who Loves the Nnmos or Things "Went forth henenth the BklcH, Mid named nil things that he beheld, And people called him wise, kn unHeen presence wulked with him Forever by his Bide, The wedded mlstresa of his soul For Knowledgo was his bride; 3ho named the llowers, the weeds, the trees, And all the growths of nil the seas. 3ho told him nil the rocks by nnmc, The winds and whence thoy blew: 3ho told him how the sens were formed, And how the mountnlna prow; 3ho numbered nil the stars for him; And nil the rounded Hkles Were mapped and charted for the saza Of his devouring eyes. Thus, tniiKht by her, ho tntuht the crowd; They praised and ho was very proud, i II. The Man who Loved the Soul nf Things Went forth serene nnd glnd, And mused upon the mighty wotld, And people called him mad. An unseen presence wulked with him Forever by his side, The wedded mistress of his soul For Wisdom was his bride....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

r THE CIVIL-SERVICE LAW. Congress, as a Body, Rather Ukoa Its Provisions. Many SiiccoIich Ar Mnil AjrnlnM 1 'for (liv lur.noo of Plucutliitf tli Ufttuc-Scckcm tU 'Home. Special Washington Lettor.J .There is u great deal of humbug In the proceedings of congress; und lire people ought to lfuowit. It often happens that some subject Is debated for days nnd days In the sen ate and house of representatives, nnd It all ends In talk, -without the enact ment of a law. There Is a reason for this. It Is plain to close observers. The stntesincu never intended, from the first, that any thing should happen, except tlme-kill- GEN. GROSVENOR (O.). ("We will ask nothing more and will take nothing less than a change In this law.") irtg talk. And nil the while, the peo ple have been reading the newspapers, and wondering how it would end. The V people ore thus disappointed some times, because they are misled. You have recently been reading de bates about the civil service law. Some statesmen have defen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

cy5yGy'eyy!y' SZfl THE POETSESCAPE. BY CHARLES Isyey'GycyM IIow it came ubout that 1 vns in ctnllcd ut "the IJecohes" to net as guardian of the big house for a fort night While t)ie family went nway, Idof no Interest to the reader. I was a man of 24, given to sentiment and noetry, and "The llccchcs" stood midway be tween Allcnvllle and Seottsdalc tlireo miles from cither vlllngc. The housu waa old nnd big and full of what would be valuable plunder for thieves. The supposition was, as near ns I can remember, that n poet and a icvolver would keep thieves at a distance. 1 know that the people went away be lieving that all would be well, mid that I took possession feeling thnt not so much as an apple would be taken from the tree In the rear of the kitchen while I was in charge. During the day I over hauled the quaint, old books In the li brary, wandered over the grounds and wrote poetry. When night came I tum bled Into bed and slept like a log. I uw that the doors and windows were faste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

J i, & t . A ItAy OP LIGHT FOR KA1VSA3. The Now York Jour nal of Au gust 5, !' cussing thu situation in Kanena, b ny b: "A failure o f t li p n o r n crop would have meant bankruptcy for Kansas, even more hopeless, if that he pos sible, than that in which, according to local testimony, the state is already plunged. Ihe wheat cron would have gone a very lit tle way toward retrieving a disaster. The Kansas farmer, patiently cultivating his corn fields year nfter year, and watching his grain ripen for the harvest, only to sec it blasted dn the verge of maturity, is a pa thetic figure. If he can get a little comfort, o little tasto of success for once, nobody will begrudge it to him. "If the man who has been trying to make a living on the arid plains of Western Kan sas is wise he will take advantage of such little profits as he can realize this year to move away. A region where a precarious crop once in tiirce or four years must sup port a family, a farm and a mortgage throughout th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 January 1898

A t fcfj ninnnijmiHijmiiimiJCTW wm'" " mHMia4M:47fl.T:l 1 HUMS WHLkfc AIL FISk FAILS. Best Couffli Synip. TnMca Good. Vm In tltno. Pold by (IriiRRlnti. J)lt. Y. W. KEELING, IEMAUA. CITY, NKUllAKA. Olllco Ural door fioutli of Park liotel W. W. SANDERS, Notary Public :- Nemaha City, Nob. man SKJinvitir, PLASTERER Aomo iind Aijutlto work a Hprolnlty. Cln term liulll.. i'nnor UntiKliiR. KiilxomlnliiK mu WiiltowiM-hltiij douo. l.w prises, All woik warruutuii, Heritor & Hoover, Doulor In MEATS IllKlicMtprlROHpnld forlildOB, lard, tuilow frtllU', 'lc NEMAHA OITY, NEBRASKA. J. L, MELVIN, M. I)., I'll. I)., lUdi C K KOI a i ".- DlnfiiisuH of llio Skin, DIn. Women mid Children Will pn .n' nlulil. newer All c.iIIh, either day or UlUco ' resldmioc. NEMAHA STOCK FARM J. H. SEID, Prop NHMAHA, - NEBRASKA. Uroedoi'mi'l Hliippur of Duroo Jersey itpd I'oliwid Cliltii IIokm Best line, love prices HOUtllUlf Nt'lUtllllt. Eurm one milo Nemaha. Cornet Band. Is' now preimrecMo furnish Rood music for I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

1 v. jy " ? ' v A if 45A - . . VOLUME XL11 NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY, JANV28, IbttH. NUMBER 31 . ' '"$ i drorft :t T fctf U n If fr? k '- - . b t. ,, f s sr Local News. 6m our clubbing effefc. (toll and see us for job work. Un. Fatrbank for flue millinery. Mrs. Viola Nerfleet moved to Au burn Thursday . Henry Williams was up from Shu bert Wednesday. Tbs second biggest anew we have bad this season fell last Saturday. J. H.1 Sold and John B. Steirs re turned from Lincoln last Saturday. John Crother bar moved bis harness goods, tools, etc., over to his residence Walter Maxwell and Alva Leedy re turned home Thursday night of last week. J. W. Shively and L. E. McNinch are recent subscribers to this family journal. The meeting at the Christian Church will continue the rest of the week and possibly longer. We bad aHothersnew storm Tuesday. It has been over six weeks now that snow has been on the ground. Conover & Veach, of Verdon, ship ped thine cars of hay from fticCandless siding to Kan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' W. W. 8ANDKICH, I'ablUhnr. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, THE WORLD AT LAJlGrE. Summary of tho Daily Nowa WASHINGTON NOTIJS. A cam, has boon issued for a puro food nnd drug1 congress to meet nt tho National hotel in Washington March 20 for tho purpose of urging congress to pass a puro food and anti-adulteration law. AmtANan.MicNTS have been made for tho entertainment of President Dole, of Hawaii, on a scale befitting his rank as tho chief magistrate of a friendly nation. It has been decided that ho shall bo regarded as tho nation's guest and that this government shall bear the expense of his entertainment while in Washington. Tiik order issued by tho department of tho interior, directing tho sub-treasurer of tlio United States at St. Louis not to issue any more money to any of tlio treasurers of the ilvo tribes on ac count of tho invested fund held in trust for tho tribes, has caused a sensation. It has paralyzed the Cherokee govern ment, because 00 per cent, of tho fun...

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