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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

h T 4 THE PENSION BILL. Amendment in Congress to Have No Pension Lower Than S8 a Month. Mr. Slmpnon, of Knnna. l'rcripltiitea a Lively General Debate ItcHolutlou to Withhold Any Further Iii-aa-i In c of Indian Dands. Washington, Jan. 25. Tho proposed annexation of Hawaii was somewhat extensively reviewed by Mr. Morgan, of Alabama, yesterday whilo speaking to a question of personal privilege. The Alabama senator had been ropro scntod as saying in executive session substantially that ex-President Clove land was in favor of Ilawalian annexa tion. Tills statement culled out a de nial from Mr. Cleveland, and, In slip port of his original stutcmont, Mr. Morgan addressed tho senate at great length. He said that it was well known to some of Mr. Cleveland's friends during his first administration that he was in favor, not only of the annexation of llawali, but also of Cuba. Mr. Walthall, of Mississippi, pre sented a joint resolution adopted by tho legislature of Mississippi urging tho United...

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. — 28 January 1898

-sr af!!wWMi!WU8!lSiIfl vr '. TEE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDEK8, mbllthar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. MAIDEN FAIR. Maiden fair, midden fair, light of heart and free from care, "With thy laugh of liquid music and thy munner debonnalr, Standing now at sweet fifteen on the great divide between The maturor years of womanhood and girl hood that has been, Thou art sweet and wlnsomo quite, with thy soulful eyes alight, The reflections of a glory that Is hidden yet from sight: With thy tresses of spun gold, lissome form of perfect mold, And a thousand beauties ripening as thy many charms unfold. Soul as yet unearved, unwrought, by the graver, deeper thought, Every fancy like a love-bird yet untrnm meled and uncaught, With thy fnmlc and open smile, free as yet from craft or guile, And the childish gift of Innocence thy por tion yet awhile. But the days nre drawing nigh when deep love thy heart shall try, And the arrow shall bring pain which from young Cupid's bow shall fly; Vet HiIh bitter-sweet ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

If J'to m 4v ! LIQUOK IN THE CAPITOL. Its Solo to Bo Stopped by Con gressional Resolution. Crovtli of Tcmpcrnnco Sentiment Among LcKlMlutorn Drnnkcn- ncm No Longer CoimldcrcU n (ientecl Vice. Special Washington Letter. Several years ago, In the house of representatives, Congressman Funston, of Kansas, created a sensation by read ing an article in a metropolitan news paper, in which he was described us one of the habitual alcoholic imbibers in the restaurant nt the capitol. The congressman bitterly denounced the article, nbuscd the writer in a vit riolic manner; and, when informed that Sn&sin imsffiiiffiT''''iV'SHTwiiL)iMijrfrT3iiiffianiTnnn!g. Jji.rS .. T.J. IN THE RESTAURANT. the correspondent of the temperance (Lpupcr was a woman, he cried: "1 don't care whether she is n lady or what she if. 1 denounce her just the same for this outrageous misrepresentation of myself." Great excitement prevailed during the delivery of the speech, and other congressmen, whose names were men tio...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

IHWHIM ) IIIMIHII MWH VI I I ft I. HOW AN ANGEL LOOKS, Robin, holding hln mother's hand, Suyfl "Good nlRht" to the biff folk all, Throws homo kisses from rosy lips, Laughs with gleo through the lighted hall, Then In his own crib wnnn and deep, Hob Is tucked In for n long night's sloop. Gentlo mother, with fond caress, Slips hor hand through his soft brown hair, Thinks of his fortune all unknown, Speaks aloud In an earnest prayer: "Holy nngols, keep watch and ward I God's good angels, my baby guard t" "Mamma, what Is an angel like?" Asked the boy, In a wondering tone, "How will they look If they come here, Watching mo whllo I'm all nlono?" Half with shrinking and fear spoke ho. Answered the mother, tenderly: "Prettiest faces ever were known, Kindest voices and swootesi eyes." Ilohln, waiting for nothing more, Cried, and looked with a pleased sur prise, Love and trust In his eyes of blue: "1 know, mammal They're just like you!" Household, DELILAH. I $ BY HANNA KRYSTOPF. $ SO THIS was ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

vsm , rA h X p. DEYOND BELIEF. Henri XVtitt Stuck on Hln Nimv II rorvn v Suit. The lady in the railway car would have claimed undisputed recognition as the most overdressed person in any of the counties uiroiigu which me irnm pasHua nun iv nuk been for lier boh. lie was one of tho , weary-fnccd; scrupulously clad little pco )le who allord support to the theory that poverty may ho a comparative blessing to the very young. lie did not look as if a Kenuinc good tunc would fit him. The am bition to drill him into uniingging self-con-sciousness had met with obvious and pa thetic success, lie sat with his neck stretched out to keep from wrinkling his lace collar. The novel which his mother read was one of the most recent and pon derous. The title, in large gilt letters, was turned toward the aisle as she held it be fore her, turning the pages with suspicious infroqiieiiey. A mist had gathered on the pane, so that the boy could not look out of the window. Instinct was more powerful than cu...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

S- L rf!-T- wwuwwwtm.'Bi THmiimm iiimnmiiMiwim mirnn inni irfiniirrniTirriwftriiiiririirTTfwfirTTWriirrrwrnw nvnitirnrrarrurf D i;i iitx WHiiih aii ttsy eaiik. m Dost Cough Syrup. Twites UimmI. UfO Rf ultimo. Hold lirilriiffRlitK P"1 CIuPTUiJt7Mal 11. W. W. KEELING, i ftlSMAtIA ClTV, Ni'HIlAKA. Ofllce first door bouUi of Park hotel The Nebraska Advertiser' Hp,,"l",inu'8 ,,o(: "v 'wwttw vvwww ,0H0 B,ow uu jnter(? W. If. HJJS'lWItfi, ruhHtitr. SUIISOIIII'TION, 81.00 PICK YKAU - W.W.SANDERS, Notary :-: Public Nuinalia City, Nob. tf6 fc SKiJiit Utl I', PLASTERER Fit! DAY, JAN. 28, I8U8. rf.Msn-' Z5T7xS? republican JKnsi Hew5papor k cm(& Oii ot tliD lending local Items In pup-, ers in northwestern Nelnuska is u call for wolf hunts, vuiinlntH'boliig pli-nli fill mid easy to roiiiiu up Thu.lupatiese oiiilaeTKiisagl was laun ched at noon I'liumlu) at Philadelphia. Instead of wlno, doves and Ilowets O'.il'll ..... il lit (In. I.... ...I.i Armii mill Aaitlto work u HpralnlO. OIh. "" Hi" "...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 January 1898

1 1 Kwrnmrmi imiuinn t.uui3imatntitav9ntv,MmaetcmxtvvtrrjKtcaam!tutiatUTjtmm ftn-wtrwagmo LUMhS WHtHfr All t Sh IS. nest OoukIi Syrup. Tauten (icxxl. Vto in umo. now 1)7 mi(miM. IClflf IfllMMtcnTKSl )tt. W. W, KEELING, i JSHAttA OlTY, NhUIIAKA. Ofllce first door south of Park hotel W. W. SANDERS, Public Numulia City, FJob. Notary :- nti.it si:.invn The Nebraska Advertiser W. W HJUS'IURHS, VuhH,lr. SUHSCIIII'TION, 81.00 t'KIl YHA11 Fill DAY, .IAN. JJ8, 1808. H&2&S-' T70tf Rupublican 39KIi Newspaper t Cm One of thy lending local Items fu pup-, ers in northwestern Nebinsku is u call i or wolf hunts, vunnltits being ploiitl lul and easy lo rnin'.i. up Tho.laputiese eiulst'TKasagi was latin- ..I. ...I . . .. . 111 .. I . A ft. . I I 1. I 1 -p- t a nrni T) 1 T) cuuu tt noun i iiu.suu) ui rmiaueipniu. rLAu 1' F-i i Ilj f 'instead ot wine, doves and iloweis - i UfufU llii it til t lu ! .! 1 .. .. .. ..ta..i. Annn mill Amlllo work n Hpnolnll. OIh- "-"' - " "".mi,... iiiu- tern imlli....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

ft y V- f&S& f K- I ( fyi'iii'Ji)'JUMi.j iiniJWiHiwmwjjiiiMimni j'r VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA NEBRASKA tfLUDAY, FEB. 4, 181)8. .VUMBEIl 32 'itlilTi ' . J f fl'VaHIMUWIMyM.IJIlli.IUMVJ,.,.M.WWIlMmwMtMWIWM.MIllll-; I I ffc ebrwk: Mdvertwer. - - i ' ' ' ' iV- K fc 1 t- Xiocal 3STews. See" our clubbing offer. February starts in cold. Call and see us for job work.' Mrs. Fairbank for flno millinery. J. S. Had lock came Tbursduy. n from Johnson Grandma Sfceen is some better, is a little stronger. She John Kempthorne has bought a forty acre farm in Richardson county, ou tho county line, about two and ono half miles northeast of Shubert. I Uev. 0. II. Gllmore was down from Drownvllle Wednesday. Sherm Hadlock has blossomed outaB a Klondyko. book agent. Mr. Speeoe, the Shubert butcher, Is shipping lco from Xomalm. Frank Woodward went to Beatrice Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Mrs. J. S. Hadlock has been visiting her friends In Nemaha tho past week. The thermometer has been at or near the zc'to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

X HWW nwWwwnwMiimniimiuUJHu mim.ni mm umju.iijii'auiimjt'Ku i jrjimjiJi.muinmi.mm m.mui w m n I ii i wwmww "l'" '-" limitiuiuuitttjiHi. iiinmniii.i. y, ammiimiuim ebrnmu & I VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA NEB11ASKA FRIDAY, FEB. 4, 1898. NUMBER 32 ffo v. r- ' y r ' fe 7j 'Xjocal ISTo-ws. See" our clubbing offer. February aturta in cold. , Call and see us for job work.' Mra. Fairbank for flue millinery. J. S. Hudlock came in from Johnson Thursday. Grandma SKeen is some better. She is a little stronger. Rev. 0. H, Gilmore was down from Brownville Wednesday. Slierm Iladlock baa blossomed out as a Klondyko.book agent. lir..Speeoe, the Shubert butcher, is shipping 'co from Nemaha. Frank Woodward weut to Beatrice Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Mra. J. S. Iladlock has been visiting her friends in Nemaha the past week. The thermometer has been at or near "the zero point several mornings tilts week ' " Miss Lillio Wheeler, of Lincoln, ar- rived in Nemaha Tuesday, on a visit to iefative There is a goml...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. 8AHDKIIH, rnbllahar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA yXX4.XXXXAXXXXAXXAXXX.4-X4-J- j FEBRUARY 1898, '. Sun. Moth Tua, Wod. Thur. Jr Sat: I i . z, . : 20 2J 22 23 24 25 26 -. -. -- - . r " , 2u ' THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa WAHMINdTON NOTKS. Jubticic BnowN, of tho United Stntcs supreme court, is in danger of losing his eyesight. Several weeks ngo tho justlco was nttucked with an affection of tho optic nerve. It Iiuh become so BtirloiiH tliat ho has been obliged to put himself under tho euro of a specialist on diseases of tho eye. Assistant SrcciirtTAiiv Davis, of tho interior department, has decided that there is no law providing a pension for tho widows of soldiers who dio of dis ease contracted in the service in time of peace prior to March 4, 18(11. SKOiiKTAiiy Bi.iss, in a statement sent to congress of tho disbursements to agricultural colleges, showed that Mis souri, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas and Oklahoma each received 822,000 during tho ...

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

) y I t tt 1 i( THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. SANDElta, FublUher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. "WALKIN' HOME WITH MARY." rho moon wns silver clear that night. The snow was pure and sparklln', And trees and bushes 'gainst the whlto Wns blots of shadder, dork'nlti. Each fence rail had a Jeweled load, Each twig was gemmed and glary. And I, along the pastur' road, Wa3 walkln' home with Mary. So still, a dog, two mile awoy, Could reach us with his howlln'. The tumblln' breakers in the bay Was plain as thunder's growlln. My clumsy boot-heels crunch and squeak, Deslde her step so airy, Seemed sayln': "Now's your time to speak; You'ro walkln' home with Mary." The far-off breakers lent their help ByJoomln': "Now, young fellcrl" And all that dog could find to yelp Was: "Tell her! Tell her! Tell herl" And every crackln' bit of ico Seemed like a kind of fairy, A-glvln' mo the same advice, When walkln' homo with Mary. And so, I swallered down my heart 'Twarn't greatly to my credit, With all the alrth to take ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ..I W. W. 8ANDKHM, rablUhcr. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA MUSSENTOUGHIT. IIo lives In mnmmn's basket, and Ills name Is Musscntouchlt. "MuRsentouchlt. MiiBScntotichlt," Is what the people suy, "When darliiK baby fingers, never lurrying to nk It, To ravel worsted mysteries by bnby methods try. And MiiSHontouchlt often hides In mam ma's box of buttons, Where- many tempting treasures arc al ways stowed away, And when blue eyeB peep over, and pink bands raise the cover, "MuBsentouchlt, Musscntouchlt," Is what the peoplo say. And Mussentouchlt crcepB away In mam ma's bureau drawers, 'MoiiKst pretty rosy ribbons, and Inccs white and fair, And when the llttlo creeper delves dimpled arms In deeper, lie finds would you believe U7 that Mussentouchlt's there. And ho's shut between tho cases of papa's watch, now truly, For last night baby heard him, ticking, ticking, o'er and o'er, . And when he reached to clutch It, "Musscn tochlt, Mussentoiichlt," Cried papa, os ho sat tho wonderin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

k .T VrWM m- Hi , a Pi . iy L CHAJtTS OF THE BRAIN. Of Immonao Valuo in tho Treat ment of Disease. lCxicrlmcn(n Conducted liy JleillCRi Men tin Jlaukvya Have Knnlileil TJioiu lit Dcllne VttrlouM Urn I n ArvilM. ISpoclnl Chicago Letter. The very close similarity between the brain of a man anil n monkey and ac cording to the conclusions of science tLey have a common, If somewhat le niotc, ancestor has made it possible to make a reliable and most valuable geog raphy of the human brain. This geog ruphy defines the different nrens of the brain, which control the various sensa tions, as sight, hearing, taste, etc., and also the action of different parts of the bod j'. As It takes many explorers to make possible a correct map of a continent, MAP OP THE DRAIN, so it has taken many expert medical scientists to explore the marvelous, delicate and mysterious organ, the brain. These expert explorers were of different nationalities, although most of the work was done In London, for the reason th...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

COMMERCE AND MONEY. Thcso Subjects Discussed by President McKlnloy at a Banquet. floYnrninnnt Iteittrlotod In IU I'nwur to 1'roinoto Industry Tho I'limnrlnl I'lnnk wf the Ht. Louis I'liitrortn ItlmlliiR Upon Kepubllcwis. Nkw Yomc, Jan. 28. The third an nual banquet of the National Associa tion of Manufacturers of tho United titalcs, wliich took placo last n iff lit at the Waldorf-Astoria hotol, was one of tho larffest and most elaborate affair.? of the kind ever fflven in this city. Ono thousand ffiiests were seated at tho tables. At 10:30 o'clock Warner Miller rapped for order. Tho chief end of thu organization, ho declared, wail to extend tho commerce of tho United States abroad. "This associa tion," he said, "would advocate an other department in tho cabinet, name Jy, a secretary of commerce." Tho wildest enthusiasm prevailed whoa 1'resldont McKinloy was intro duced. His spneoh, in part, was as follows: Mr Tonstmnstot, Mombors of tho Nutlonal Association of Manufacturers and Ouos...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

A ft im a fiiv CANADIAN CIIEAMI3IUES. How Tliey Arc ?pcrnteil nml .Mntlc to Vay tbe Farmer. A corre spondent of u 1$ r o w n City, Mich igan, paper writes as follows: "A n i n- (I it b t r y w It 1 n li in proving very advantageous to tlic settlers of iorth Alberta, Canada, and is truly n boon to the fanners, is the establishment of creameries by the Govcrnmentatregulardis tanees apart. The Government iurnishes the entire plant, puts it in and operates it without direct cost to the farmer. From the sale of the butter the Government re tains 5 cents per pound, the balance going to the farmer. This is continued for three yearn when the Government turns over the plant and business to the fanners, giving them a clear title ofit. Thus these creamer ies rc put in at a minimum cost to the farm er and paid for in a way that he least feels it. When wc were there nutter was selling at 21 nnd 22 cents per pound. Cheese factories were being established, too, along the rail road and much of the ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 4 February 1898

,fU.HtlUU ! IU1" I HlllllllilUHMM'HIMU'" HI ! lilllltS WHUlr. ALL USt FAILS. I Best Coimh Syrup. TnMPs Good. Uso in num. N'Hi ny (iniccisi", !IlM?JMjattJiMiMKJ Tlt. W. W KH 12 UNCI, jNKMAUA OlTY, NlCllltAKA. Olllce Out tloor hoiitli of I'aiU hotel W.W. SAWDE3RS, Notary : -: Public Nomalia City, Nob. 113.3) sMinmt PLASTERER Acrnu mill Agillto worlc u h)(m:IuIi. . IJIh tr. n- 'illt. I'npiT lliilinllit,', Kiiltomliiliiu noil Whllmvii'liliiK dune, l.ow pi hoi, VII oilc W'lirriimuo. Kerker Sc Hoover, I lr In Midi -I .iilci'i )iill for IiIiIoh, liinl, Miilow grtiiii' ia" M-,'1 II A CITY, NHHIlA.SKA .1. MI3LVIN, M. I)., 1'H. I)., PI! S I'rciA I'S: DIsoiiHCHor tin xiiln DIh t M)innii iiml (liililin Will pi"- i.vir nil oiIih, (lilior tiny or nlirhl. Olllce ii'hIiIhikt. N KM AHA STOCK KARM J. H. SKi'O. x-rop MKilAllA, j NKIJHASIC. HrAtnlprnml Slilppur of Durno lernoy mil Pilionl Clilnti IIiikh I-' ii rm one mile nirli .f NeniH' it Lemha. Cornet Band IH for 0(1' V Oh' J. 13 ntj i io niMiish go...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 February 1898

Iffe Mebmsh Mdvertmr. VOLUME XLli NEMAHA NEBRASKA FRIDAY, 1'LB. 11, iKS. .UMKEK 33 If J J :. h "i tfis le;-. 8kV LV F, r m r .Local JN"e-ws. See our cluhbh. goffer. Very bud roads again. Call and see ti" for job work. Mrs. Fuul u.. (or fine millinery. Muiion 'I i. trow en tun injtrom An burn Monday Miss Au. no throat retnrnod from Brook Monda.. Mrs. J. II !' went to Hardy, Nuck olls county, Neb . Monday. Hobt. I Sun ii went to Oklahoma last weak. ' tuko a look at tlio conn- uy- G. N. Tllim went to Block Thursday to attend a farmers' Inatituto aud talk n u ram. v. .Jeff Druinip lecent.y trapped a coys oil, which be kept alive. It is now getting qnitr tame. We are inhumed that II nam Wolfe has recentl.N t.ik- unto himself a wife. The bride 11 v s n Missouri And now II ' c -imd!ey and wife ari lejoieii.ii " aitival 01 a fine daiiL'htfi, bm -tday. Fb. 8th v . j.otite it. i It bort Huskies has been ginned .m inonii" of pension, ami will lift- l erdraw ??14 per mouth. Mis.W. W Sa'dvrs vis...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 February 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' W. W. HANDUIlSf rubllilier. .. i -- NEMAHA. KEIiRASKA. VXXAJ.A4.J.J.XAAJ.XJ.j.4,XXAXXXAA j FEBRUARY J898. '. Sun. I Mon. Tu9. Vod. Thur. Frl. Sat1 '. ': 6 7 JL JL Jl Ji il : : IE ii ii ii iZ. I?, i?. : : 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ; ii Ao ... THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. "WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: president on tho 1st nominated Gcorgo M. Howers, of West Virginia, to bo commissioner of fish and fish eries. Tin: government receipts for Janu ary exceeded tho expenditures by 8081, (528.80, tho total receipts being S!I7,.I.J3, 028. !). Dkpinitk assurances have been re ceived by tho department of justice that the original Pacific railroad syn dicate will bid up tho Kansas Pacific branch to tho full amount of the gov ernment's lien. Tin: house committee on interstate and foreign commerce entered Into a rather extended discussion of the proj ect for tho creation of a department of industry and commorco tho other day. There was a strong opposition to the er...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 February 1898

h 4 NOTED KANSAN DEAD. Ex-Gov. Osborn, Prominent In Political and Commercial Life, Passes Away. lit) Vu it Leading Figure til Kitrly Kninofl Illntory, Nerving Two Tiriin an Gov ernor unit Holding Other I'onl tlom 11 Trust. Torr-KA, Kan., Feb. fi. Ex-Gnv. Thomns A. Osborn, of Kansas, died yesterdny at Mendvillu, Pa., of a hem orrhage of the stomach, after a sick ness of only a few hours. He loft hero a few days ago to attend a meeting of the directors of the Santa Fe Railroad company at New York and went to EX-GOV. THOMAS A. 08H0HN". Mcadville to visit his intended bride, to whom he was to havo been married in April. When ho loft hero ho was in excellent health and when P. I. Rone brake, president of the Central na tional bank, received a dispatch yesterday afternoon announcing his death the entire community was shocked. Ilrlnf Sketch of IIU Career. Thomas A. Osborn, sixth governor of Knnsai, ex-envoy to Brazil nnd Chill, a director of tho Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo railway, and...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 February 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES" BANDEIIH, Pnbllihtv. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA ONE WAY TO BE LONESOME. Mnrk Twnlit'M Heclnc for I'crnnnn Who Deftlre Thnt Conilltlon. As Mnrk Twain has aptly remarked: "Ho good and you will bo lonesome." This epigram exactly fltH the case of a certain well-known clubman, who lives in the extreme west end of Wash ington. Mr. Blank loves the good things of life and incidentally the pleas urc and case of his club. Now, it is not necessary to say that Mr. Blank's wlfo approves of her husband's love for tlio good, but she does not enthuse over his pronounced partiality for club life. One night Mr. Blank chanced to wit ness a small gaiuc in which one of his personal friends was a participant. Toward the close of the evening the piny became fast and furious, and t no limit was lost sifoht of altogether. Now, it so happened that the friend of Mr. Blank had, from frequent draughts of brandy and soda, become romewhut oblivious to the exact state of his pile, which had dwindled...

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