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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

vmiim. VOLUME XL II NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1898. NUMLHISli 4(5 She Mebraski h X Local News. ' Old papero for sale at this ofllco. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millinery. Jerry Marlatt was in from Auburn Saturday. Tho poetical ad writer was In town last Saturday. The Masons have had anew sidewalk laid in front of their hall. Rev. J. P. Waldron closed hia meet ing at Brownville Saturday. Undo Mose Banks has been sick for tho past week with erysipelas. P. D. Ailor, of Auburn, was talking insurance in Nemaha Wednesday. E. D. Rogers, of Auburn, was shak ing hands with Nemaha friends Thurs day. nEADACIIE BU1CKLY CURED. Dr. Davis'Anti-IIeadache never fails. 25 cents. M. II. Caiman, county superintend ent, was giving e'ur school an oflieial visit Thursday. Joe Littrell has moved his restau rant into the room north of Charley Curtis' restaurant. Subscriptions received hero for any newspaper or magazine published in tho United States. Dick Chambers last Saturday moved ut on Mrs. Hoover'...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

It THE HEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. XV, HANDKUB, l'ublUhor. NKMAIIA, NEIJUASKA A BLOSSOM IN THE SOUL. Across an npplo rlpo, from out your store, Cut u thin trniiBverHo hIIco, through Kniln and core, Not qunrtcrliiK or ranging with tho stem, There. In tho center, an artlstlo Kern, Safe In that casket, guarded mid concealed, Ttcld to tho light. Is unto you rovenled; Perfect In outline, though long hid In gloom, Is limned u perfect, shapely npplo bloom; Tho spirit of tho hloFUom, from tho past Preserved within tho apple's henrt to last. A ncnl and symbol, though thus volled und mute That bloomn aro rcnlly bouIm of ripened fruit. That blosnom onco made fragrant far and wide, w Llko scented snow, but who thought It would hldo Within thin body as a nccret shrine, Perfect In form nnd In ghont-lllco outlina, l'roof of tho all-Important, gladsome truth, That old ugo may ponseua tho heart of youth. Men mlaseil Its youthful presence, thought It dead. Watched for Its disappearance with vacuo dread, ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

I h m .-i CUBAN EXPEDITION. A Company of United States Troops Leaves Tampa for Cuba. Soveral SpnnUh Vessels Captured OIT lln- vanti unit Taken to Kiy Wit Ilopurts iif Uneoiintern with tlio Kiieiny' Wamhlp Uneonilrmed. Tampa, Fin., May 10. The steamer Gussic, one of the Mnllory Hue boats, chartered by the government for tiso ns u transport, will sail for Cuba to day, loaded with arms, ammunition and supplies furnished by the United States government for the use of tho Cuban insurgents. A company of 100 United States troops from the First regiment of Infantry will accompany the expedition and aid in guarding tho landing of the valuable cargo, and will, if necessary, penetrate in to the interior far enough to place the supplies in the hands of the insurgents. Tho expedition will bo in charge of Capt, W. II. Dorst, Gen. Miles' aide, who has just returned from Cuba. The Gussic has on board between 0,000 and 7,000 Springfield rilles, about 200,003 rounds of ammunition and several hundred ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

I" 1, I ' It THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANOKlia, I'ublliliar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE CAPTAIN'S MESSAGE. Tho grcnt ship plows through tho murky night, Tho wnko-wavcs flush with a phosphor gleam, Tho bow dips (loop In a yeasty white, Whoro tho sea-gods trlvo with tho god of Mourn. Tho shrill wind sings In tho cordago hlgn, Tho rain gusts whip on tho slanting dock, And tho only star In tho cloud-swopt sky Is tho glimmering Hhoro light's warning speck. Tho caj)tnln stnnds on tho swaying bridge Tho night glass hold In his sturdy hnnd, O'or soothing hollow nnd foam-capped rldgo He's wutchod that twlnklo that marks tho land; And now to tho speaking twbo ho bonds And gives tho word to tho engineer, And tho great stoum whlstlo wakes and sondo A throbbing shriek through tho atmos phere. And thoro In tho vlllngo far away, Whoro tho light looks out on tho ocoan's foam, Tho pooplo listen and smllo and say: "Tho captain's sending his mossngo homo;" And a womnn, gar.lng across tho dark, Smiles ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

m w r,' f "WE AEE INVINCIBLE. Great Military and Naval Re sources of the United States. Soon "We "Will He In n Ponltloii to Cone with the GrontcHt Power of Uuronc, or Any Comhlnn- tlon ot Them. Special Correspondence. It has always been our boast that we are n peaceful nation; yet just as booh as talk of war electrified the country It became apparent that our defensive and offensive strength is equal to that of any country in the world. Instead of having crippled our navy, the cowardly destruction of the battleship Maine in Havana harbor has really strengthened it by giving an al most incredible impetus to naval con struction in American shipyards. The battleships Kcarsargc nnd Ken lucky, recently launched at Newport News, will be ready for service in a BATTLESHIPS ILLINOIS, short time; and the three great battle ships Illinois, Alabama and Wisconsin urc rapidly advancing to the launching Btate. These vessels are sister ship?, exactly alike in construction and arma ment, and will be...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

THE GREAT BATTLE. Detailed Account of the Struggle That Made Dewey Famous. "KoiiMMitlipr tlin Alnlnn" Wim the Inspiring Cry Tlmt Hllrrnl livery American IiiAii tlnu KftUmuto nf Spanish Lome Dowey Alniln an Ailnilr.il. Nkw York, May 0. The New York 'Herald htm received a detailed account of Dcwey'H victory from its correspond ent at Manila, who stood beside Adin. Dewey during the fight, under date of May 1, by way of Hong Kong, May 7. Tho conilete dispatch is as follows: Not ono Spanish Ha Hies In Manila bay to flay. Not oiui KpnnlHh wnrHhlp Ilouts oxcopt as nur prize. Moro than 20) Spaniards dead nnd WO to 700 wounded attest tho accuracy of tlio American lire. Commodore Dewey attached tlm Spanish position nt Cuvlto this morning. Ilo swept Hvo times nlong the lino mid .scored one of tho most brilliant successes In modern warfuro. That our loss Is trllllnu adds to tho lilensuro of victory without detracting from Its value Tlio numbor of hits our vessols received proved how bravo nnd s...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

ai. te- I A1 I ran wiinininininininin m i i i ft 1 aftduULllJbUUUL4UMUUUMlMJUMUUUU cmJK. is tho namo to remember when buying Sarsaparilla. Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been curing people right along foi nearly 50 years. That's why it is acknowledged to bo tho sovereign Sarsaparilla. It is tho original and tho standard. Tho record of tho remedy is without a rival, a record that is written in tho blood of thousands, purified by its healing power. " I nursed a lady who pas Buffering from blood poisoning and must liavo contracted tho discaso from her ; for I had four largo sores, or ulcers, break out on my person. I doctored for a long time, both by external application and with various blood medicines ; but in spito of all that I could do, tho Bores would not heal. At last I purchased six bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, thinking I would givo it a thorough trial. Beforo tho nix bottles had been taken, tho ulcers were healed, tho skin sound and natural, and my health hotter than it had be...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 13 May 1898

8 IwcraMnmnnHnnvemwiHRnsran: !"!1 -. 5SH l&iBgSIK ! l&J9jwMVi UMKtS WMtflFAH went CoukIi Syrup. Times Good, in umo. mild lr ilnKMlfttn. ISMIMiafflS M EL&L FAILS. Fil DN5ra J)tt. W. W. KEELING, Inicmaha City, Nkimiaka. Otllce flret door houIIi if Park hotel The Nebraska Advertiser w. iv. .,v a its, ruhtiiiitr. 'SUIISOMl'TION, 81.00 I'KIt YEAH sGRASju & Newspaper Noiary "W. "W. SANDERS, : - : Public Nemaha City, Nob ' K B3 S KAMI 9)Mt I ', PLASTERER Antuo mid Antlto worlc r speeliilty. CIh. torus built. I'iipi;r HiiiikIhk, KiilMomlnliiK mid WhltnwiihhtiiK dono. Low prlcei, All work wiirrnntntl. Dunuhlican I .VHKffl e "SGT- - Kcrkcr & Hoover, Denier In UlKhoHt prices puld for hides, Inrd, tallow giime, (tic NEMAHA. CITY, NEHltASKA. J. L, MELVIN, M. D .n. D., PHYS1CIAHAHDSURGE0H PEOIAUTIEH: -DlHcnHPHof the Hlcln, Din enKef u Women und Children Will prninntiv nnswcir nil culm, either duy or ulijlit. OHleo nt roHldunoe. s Read and Remember. Fine hamem horo, tha best hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

,1 Wh$ VOLUME XL11 NEMAHA, NERRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1898. NUMBER 47 t rr: Local News. Old papers for sale at this ofllce. Mrs. Fairbank for fine millltiory. Another rain Thursday morning. Additional local news on tho last pnge. Mra. Lillio Walsh returned to Lin coln Monday. Court house bond election Saturday of next week. E. S. McCandless was in from Au burn last Friday. E.E.liumbaugh and Hank Water man visited Johnson Thursday. We had a heavy rain Friday night and a lighter one Sunday afternoon. Orvillo Holdingo has built an addi tion to his house in tho north part of town. HEADACHE QUICKLY CURED. Dr. Davis'Auti-IIeadache never fails: 25 cents. Fred Seabury has been doing some papering for Henry Williams, at Shu bert, this week. Subscriptions received hero for any newspaper or magazine published in the United States. Lem L. Gallagher, of Omaha, was in town Weduesday, in tho interet of the Aultman Taylor Co. John Whitt, who has been over in Missouri for some time, building boats, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. 8ANUKK8, I'ulillilier. NEMAIIA. - NEBRASKA. THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTi:s. Tun cnmplrollor of tho currency litis isHiiuri u cnll for the condition of mi tioiiul bunks ut tho close of business on Mil j' B. Sr.NATOU Ki'.W.Ki.i. hiis decided to re fuse the commission of major irenorul tendered him by tho president. This conclusion was reached after rooclvlntf a verbal opinion from Attorney (Jen oral Urigtftt that it was unconstitu tional to hold a sunt in tho senate and commission in tho army at tho same time. 1'hi:hiii:nt McKini.ky on tho 11th signed tho resolution passed by the senate and house extending tho thanks of congress to Commodore Dewey. At the president's Hiiffgcfttiou Secretary Porter took charge of tho pen used and will keep it until Commodore Dewey's return to this country. Then it will bo presented to him. Tun returns to tho statistician of tho department of agriculture showed tho averatro condition of wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

I N( ,i h t A F f TEE NEBRASKA ADVERTISEB W. XV, 8ANDKI13, rnblliher. WSMAIIA, NEBRASKA FAME'S COST. Oh, acorn not things of low degree, And sigh for wealth nnd state; Par hotter court humility Than burdens of the great. For ho who wins ambition's fight Can never be at ease; lie gains, 'tis true, a worldly height, Hut has a world to please. For cares Increase as honors grow, And In his new estate lie finds, though bright those honors glow, Tin thraldom to bo great. Tho llntterers that about him throng Each has some dole to ask; To please them Is no Idle song, But n herculean task. Wo valuo things as they appear, Nor count tho cost nor pain "Which lino the road to that bright sphere The envied ones attain. Fame Is no royal heritage; Its crowns aro free to all; Hut who Its dizziest heights would gage Must risk the dizziest fall. Then sigh not for ambition's meed, Its scepter and Its crown; "Uneasy lies tho kingly head," Though pillowed upon down. Harriet Smead, In Chicago Inter Ocean....

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKHH, I'ablUher. NEMAHA, NBHRA8ILA PIRATE OF FISH. The IIIiicIInIi In the .MoaI VIcIoiim mill Iomi-ii(Iv- of All tli IMnriy Tribe. Tlie greatest enemy to (he best species of fish !h found in the vicious, vornoloiiH, and dangerous blueflsh. In nizc, ordinarily as long as your arm, with teeth like ImrhH, he win snap In hnlvcu u fish of IiIh own size, nnd neiirly nil flali stand in mortal dread of him. Gen enilly traveling in schools sometimes HB much as live miles in length they will in short order decimate u school of iihad, spot, menhudeu or such like. Jn his stomach can be found numbers of smaller fish, according to size. We have opened one which contained a trout almoHthisowii size, while another contained a shad nearly as huge. Still others are found having within them selves one or more of their own species of smaller size. We have seen them be hind a school of shad, spot, or men haden,and sometimes schools of mack erel and cod, snapping and slas...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

s i W f I -f i Ji MW """I'iiY t J5" COW BARN AND SILO. A Modern Structure for ldftcctt or Tuenty AiilinnlN, with a Kalr- Sl.cd Silo on the Iimldc. The ground plan (Fif. 1) shows nn arrangement which might be adopted. Box stalls arc provided, since every cow barn should have receptacles for sick animals, calves, and a bull. The iloor of the manure receptacle-should be cement ed and constructed on a level about one foot lower than the stable lloor. The drops behind the cattle may be con Htiucted as in the cross section (Fig. 2). The lloor wherevthe cows stand may be of wood laid on a smooth surface cov ered with salt or cement mortar, and nailed at both ends to the bed pieces. The feed halls are wide enough to per mit of placing low, narrow menl bins YJ.' ? PLAN OP BARN AND SILO. along the walls, two of which are shown. Two double windows are shown, one on each side, the aim being to provide abundant light in the center of the building where it is cut oil by the ma nure receptacle. Bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

SA.N JUAN SHELLED. -Adm. Sampson's Fleet Bombards Porto Rico's Capital Three Hours. lICiigiiKnmrtit Terminated llnforii llnriny'n ;inm Vi'nrn Silenced Ono Atniirlritii KlllriJ ii tlio Snw York Snvorul Aro Wounded. Wahhington, May li. This morning 'Mm navy department received tins fol lowing dispatch from Adm. Sampson. It in dated St Thomas, May 1U, and Is us follows: A portion of llio squadron unilor my com mnriil icnched Sim .limn tills morning at day break. No armed vessels wero finiiiil In tlio port. As koom iih It was Huniclcully light I coiiimi'tic!(l nn attack mi the batteries defend ing: the dly. Tills attack lusted about throo hours itml resulted In much damage to tlio b-it-torlcs tuul incidentally to a portli u of tlio city adjacent U) tlio batteries. Tlio batteries re plied tu our Ilro but without mntorliil elTeet, Ono mnn was hilled on lionril tlio Now York mid seven KllKlitly wounded In tlio squadron. No surlous-duinngo to any fillips resulted. SAMPSON. Adm. Sampson's st...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

i 41 TEE LAW IN THE CASE. IfW'u.sSo Plain ami Simple Tlint There AViim Nn Need (if nn Appeal. The man in tlie southwest had stolen the horse beyond the net adventure of a doubt, foi he luul been taken with the hoi be under him and the owncr'n name was on the blanket. Under the circumstances he (liotild have been thankful that he had been granted cen ho much as a tiial by a judge on a hOiij) bos, because many Mich of feudeiH, with lar less evidence of guilt, had been swung up to the neatest Iclcgwipli polo on night. Hut this one had had a trial and the verdict had been duly announced. t "Gents," remarked the judge, who waR.it tiled in n red flannel shirt and sand-colored pantaloons, "take the piisoner." The eager crowd made a rush for him, when a lawyer from the effeto east, who was pres ent by the meiest accident, shouted to the judge: "Stop this business. You are acting con trary to the law." The judge, being a good-natured fellow and n gentleman by instinct, stopped it as ie quest...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 20 May 1898

ynqTOriMiwitu(BOTioiiiWMr' ' Timfpm! i-uim.rijB iilftJ'ar nfrf tukis wHiHtAiriLst fms, . a UB EflffAOnuh Hjrup. TwMta UmkI. tit a I PJ In tlnio. Bold hy dmgglnU. 8 1 Wtr&BBS&BT&saragnrPV&fmViasv -1 :-""rTr"y,"r -- stS3lg wiw""i ' lJM,q''"fT'', . ? The Nebraska Advertiser -. If. H.f.YIUiltV rubUthir. SUIISGltU'TION, 61. &0 l'KIl YKAIl JQlt. W. W. KEELING, ft KM AHA OlTV, NkHUAKA. Olllou first door Houth of Turk hotel W. W. SANDERS, Notary Nemaha City, Neb PLASTERER Acino niul Auattto work u Hpcolnlty. CIh turns built. Fnpor HiuirIiik, KuUomlnlnu Rtnl WlillownnliliiK lono. Low iirloeii, All work wiirruntod. FRIDAY. MAY 20. 18!)S. YSSBSVTL. i RspublicBnf flPPj. ftewyipor WW -.n Kerker & Hoover, Dealer In ZMIIE ATS IJIlii)Nt prlaoHlimlil for hldeH, lard, tnilow catno, lo NEMAHA CITY, NE1J11ASKA. Wes Clurk was in from Auburn Fri day, visiting Nemulm friends. Win. E. Gladstone, Mio famous stales man of England, died Wednesday. Tim windstorm Tuesday night broke two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

I fyU tajvwyAAw.gTi iwJ--raBjjTyiui.jM inwii'imium "i'"''Jtt-""'-w"iwmiuiijj 'met. I VOLUME XL II NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, PllJDAY, MAY 27, 1898. NUMBER 48 rr?: Sf y i Local 3STo"WS. Rough roads East day of nchool Warm wea her tills week. Old papers for sale at this olllco, Mrs. Falrbank for finw millinery. Court house bond election Saturday. Mra. D. M. Colerlck returned from Grafton, Neb., Monday. Tax CollectorW. Ii. Hill, of Auburn, was in town Wednesday. G. B. Bovetidgo and John It. Mad dox visited Nomaha Wednesday. Tliero will bo no preaching at the Methodist church next Sunday night. - Tho great Trans-Mississippi Exposi tion opens at Omaha next Wednesday. HEADACHE QUICKLY CURED. Dr. Davis'Anti-IIoaducho never fails. 25 cents. The Methodist Sunday school picnic will bo held next Tuesday, if the weath er isfavorable. Mrs. Schmelzio, who has been In Oks laboina for some time, returned to Nen malm Tuesday. Mrs. Barker and Mis. Ilolejack, of Shubert, were the guests of Mrs. Ollio Sco v ill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

Ma TEE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i ' W. XV. HANDKH.S, I'ulilltlier. NEMAHA, NEHRASICA THE WOULD AT LAJIGE. Summary of tho Dally Wows. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Si'.citr-TAUY Ai.oki: hns drafted a bill to create in time of war a second as sistant secretary of war with a salary of S-1,000. Fiianci'.h AtfitA Ai.oi.it, the youngest daughter of tho secretary of war. was married on tho IHth to Charles II. I'lko, of Chicago, at the residence of Kocro tary Alger at Washington. 'J'hc com pany present wms a distinguished one, including tho president and Mrs. Mo ld n ley. SncitKTAiiv Ijono on tho 18th gave out the Information that the battle ship Oregon, about which there hns been so much anxiety, had success fully completed her long trip from San' Francisco and was now safe, but would not say where. It was snid at Washington on tho 18th that tho president will Issue a call for negro volunteers from tho south, who can bo utilized for an army of occupation In Cuba and Porto Rico. AiutANor.MMNTH aro being mad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

1 w THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANDKHS, I'ublliber. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. GOING ALONE. With turls In the sunny nlr tossing, With HrIU In the merry bright eyes, With laughter so clearly out ringing A laugh of delight anil surprise; All friendly assistance disdaining, And trusting no strength hut Its own, The past fears and trials forgotten, The baby Is "going olone." How often the help he has needed lias carelessly tit rayed from his side: The hand of the lo.'ed one to sustain him, Ills tottering footsteps to guide. See, he has fallen whllo reaching for sun hpams Which Just as ho grasped them have Jlown: .And tears of vexation have followed Uut now ho Is "going alone." All through life he will learn Th's lesson again nnd again. 'He will carelessly lenn upon shadows, He will fall and weep over tho pain, He will learn what a stern world we live In, And ho may grow cold like tho rest; "Rut ltoop a warm sunny welcome For those who are truest and best; Yet not trusting his all In their kee...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 27 May 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. TV. BANDKUH, rublliher. NEMAHA, NEHRASICA TRAINING THE EYESIGHT. Itn ActilciicMN Chii He Crrnll' Im- proved liy SyNtcnintlo Attention. It is the opinion of Brudenell Car tor, the eminent KngllHh surgeon, Unit the average acutenchs of lnuimii eyc dght t'lin be very greatly Imjirovcil by pystcmatlc training. Jii u paper read lirforn lhc London Society of ArtH on February 211, he urged arciitH and ! tcnohers not lo regard sight "as a pow er or faculty which may be trusted to take eare of itself," but to train It sys- 4 .......I tti1ltf Ittf tm itf1 tit (i tttiririi'tti to objects, ami to test Its quality from J time to time, hh 1h now done in the eitse oi railway employes, in coinnicniiiii; on thia address the Hospital says: "Travelers have told marvelous stor- Jes about the Might of many savage tribes, and although some of these stor ies may be received with incredulity, ) while others are explicable by tlm ( greater clearness of the atmosphere in the countr...

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