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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

v ? f r'PWT,n- 'a ehmslm Mtlvertiser. VOLUME XL 111 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOY. 11, 1898. NUMBER 20 jr M" ,V" w f T !' Eh iO i N y i:f 0 Local News Tlio flue weather continues. Dewey Hats at Mrs. Fairbanks. Old papers for salo at this otllcc. Mrs. OllieScovill vvill tack comforts Jor 25 cents apiece. A.J. Baldwin, of Stella, was u Ne malm visitor Thursday. The li. & M. Co. is having' the west side track raised considerably. As tlio election is over wo will here after publish uioio news and less polii tics. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Colerick have been visiting lriuuds in Iowa for some time. Majt May, who has been in Omaha fur about three weeks, returned home Weduosday night. Robt. P. Frost went to Ft. Leaven, worth, Kansas, Wednesday evening, to rejoin his rogimont. Prof. Crichtun gave the high school a half holiday Tuesday, while ho went to Auburn to vole. FOR SALE One of the best resi dences in Nemaha. Apply at this of fice for particulars Christy Bros., of Johnson, shipped a car of...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

THE SEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. W. HANIMSIl, I'iiIiIUImt. NEMAHA, - - NEHUASKA. VJ.JLJ.J.4.J.AXAAXJ.4.AXJ.AJ.XJ.j.J.J.X 31 NOVEMBER 1898. Sun. J3 20 27 Mon. Tuo, 8 Vod. 9 Thur. J JO yi 24 Sat. 5 l2 19 4 n I8 25 7 14 21 28 26 29 TvffTrrffTVTTffvfTfTTrf'i THE WOULD AT LAHGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowa. WASHINGTON NOTKS. Tin: post olllco (lopiirtmuiit litis or dered mi innovation in tins postal serv ice by tho experimental establishment of a "post olllco on wheels," to oporuto in tho vicinity of Westminster, ISId. One important feature of tlio contem plated innovation which, if successful, will bo extended generally, 1h that it will have money oider and rctfistty facilities. Tin: Halo of tho Trunsmlsslssippl ex position Htamps has more than realized tho expectation of the post olllco de partment. Up to date about SU.OUO.OUO worth of them have been sold. Prob ably nbout SUltO.OOO of those have L'ono to collectorH. Tlio department will continue to Issue the exposition stumps up to December ill...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

I h i v t I A THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. SAN lnilS Viilillher. KEMAHA, NEHKASKA. IF I HAD KNOWN. -tr 1 ut4 known tin' woes to como to me. K I had dreamed how sad life wnn to be, .How often I should weep nnd sigh alone, If I lial thouKlit of dark and desolnte lltne J'd ne'er have longed for manhood n glorious prime, If I liad known. ar I had known how futo would deal with me, , ,,, How on In dreams my cottage home l a The llo'worliiB vines nround Its windows I'd ne'er hnvo scorned the sunshine on Kor" turned with willing feet from Its low door, If 1 had known. If I had known how I would miss the song The birds sang by my window an nay i"-. The brook that, singing, tippled 'round n stone. ,1, J'd ne'er h ivo left the sounds unheeded then. 'How sweet their music to my ears had 'It I had known. If 1 -had known how I would miss the face. .'Swcot smiling In Its old accustomed plnce. 'The patient light that In those dear eyes shone, I'd ne'er have touched that face with pained surprise...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER V. XV. HANDKKS 1'tilill-linr. ' nemaha, nemiaska. the old wedding ring. The loving Fnther sent Ills ntiKcl, Death, To bid her loavo tills lower place, where sho Somo tlmo nt ln1lo sat, to "como up lilRhor." With humhlo uilon, utul brief ikIIciih, hIio roue, I-cavInu lier poor nnl faded Rnrment horc, For, In that chamber, athcr rones are worn. A fjoltl rlnff, old and thin, sho also loft, The which, to keep for her dear sake, I took And draw It o'er my flnRcr, lovingly! Wan It a tnllsmnn, a chnrm, I totichod? Tho moment It wom on my lliiKor placed I felt hor hand within my own again; And lllco a dream camo back alt happy tlmoM That wo had spent together, our boat ntatoH; No memories of 111, but all of good Jtoturn to met And J possess them now; For, when I feci this golden circlet, sho 1b with mo still, with mo In prayur and pralso, With mo In every secno of life's sweot Joy, From youth right on to tlinoof silvery ago! Is not thin mystic presence promise truo O...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

f E my n t & i STOJRM-SWEPT ISLES. Something About West Indian Cy clones Noted in History. IntnrcntliiK Knot Conccrnlni; lic I.atc CaliiiiittoiiN VUHn tlon llur builiiH mill St. Vincent Sur fer DvviiMtutliin. ISpcclnl Kingston (Jamaica) Letter. The Caribbcnii archipelago Is no toriously the cradle of tropical Ameri can cyclones. No other part of the world lias been so frequent lyone might say periodically laid waste by the storm fiend. In deed, the experience of four centuries has taught West Indians to look for ward to these terrible visitations just us much as a matter of course as the dwellers in northern latitudes expect Miowstorms and frosts in their sca son. But fortunately it is not very frequently that the destruction wrought is of such a nature as to -Qfcilte- - x . ' ... rrrsSSBSt' TAUT OF CITY AND HAY OF KINGS TOWN. ST. VINCENT. command the sympathetic uttcntiou of the world at large. The circumstance is therefore suf ficiently curious to excite some com ment that the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

ABOUT CAMP THOMAS The War Investigation Commission Takes Testimony at Chicago HO FACILITIES FOR THE SICK. XJr. Folmnler Hlntm tli flniipltfilft Wurn Nlifirt (if AIoitlrliiM, Ntiram mill IIimU Dr. Wnril of Kiui'ii City, Drummer tlin I'noil, Ch len go, Nov. 8. Gi;n. Dodge, Col. Sexton und Dr. Connor, of the war in vestigating commission, arrived in Chi cago yesterday und immediately begun t,hu examination of witnesses ut tho Auditorium hotel. Dr. Lewis Schooler, of Dos Moines, In., was tin: first wit ness to testify to-day. From Juno 7 to July 17 Dr. Schooler was stationed at Camp Thoinus us chief htirgoon of tho fcjccond division, Thlnl corps. Ques tioned bv Dr. Connor ho said that during tho time ho was there this military condition in the hospitals was not very good; tliuttiio sinks In the whole divisions were had, owing prin cipally to tho character of this ground, and this discipline was rather lax. "At this opening," suld Dr. Schooler, "there were practically no facilities rfor ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

DISASTER AT SEA. htrninnr Crouton, no Hour Out rrotn Now York, Cutt'lir Flro unit Hlnkn Mint of tlui I'nmonRPM Sieved. Vineyard Haven, Mass., Nov. . A dlsnstor at sea, fortmiatoly with a sinnll loss of life, live persons in all, was made known by the lsuidlnir hero of 22 persons who escaped from the burning steamer Croutan. of tho Clyde line, bound from New York for Wilmington, N. C, and George town, S. C. Tho disaster occurred on November 1, about 18 miles north of Cape Charles nnd about 200 miles from New York, from which port tho steamer sailed on October 111, with a general cargo and eight passengers. At three o'olock in tho afternoon tho burned hull of tho bijr freighter sank beneath the waves. The story of tho disaster Is told by Capt. Hale and other ofiloers of tho unfortunate vessel aa follows: Tho Ci outnn was but 20 hours from New York on Her wny to Wilmington ami going at n iwod rate of succd with a smooth sen anil calm weather, when, shortly beforo threo p in., a llroman...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 11 November 1898

JWJTJWtWJ TvnMrtrWTmts&kMrtni&nawmmwfvnwf0UuwMuam rw.jui't;iiajgrmyvButiiuigtjwiii.'iMr rii j iaaaesp35i3 , Kwi I (mail flyrup. Tables ((mil. Uo Ml in tunc. f.m uv nru?iMv w&2mmMZMjp rlt. W. W. KKKMNO, Nkmaiia City, Nkiiiiaka, Olllce lint (lour nou(h (if Park hotel W. W. SAWDERS, Notary : - Public Wflmnha City, Nob it SHIP S'S SS VBS V PLASTERER Acmo mill AuiMtn work n Hpcoliilly. CIn. tcniN built. l'upiT IIiiiikIiik, ICiilNvmiltilnit mid Wlillmvni-liliii; ilonu. Low prises, All worlc wiitrimtod. Korkor & Hoover, Driilor In "MZZELA-TS HlKlmNtprlccH piild for 1i1ch, lunl, (allow gAinu, vo N12MAIIA CITY, NEHKASKA. J. II. SELD, lircvtlor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- "XKTo hnvo tlio rlRM, wlion yon would dilve; Our tuiimn look well, Ihoy nra nllvo, RIkh liorollmt olilne; UieyiiroO. JO K:ep truck of Worltinun'a wvory diiy. Mon llltti our toaniH; they're uuulo to uo, ,A.inl In tlio burnesH nuvor nlow. Itfoxt llino you dilvo, you truvollUK men, Scale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

ebmsh Mdvertmr. VOLUME XLIII NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. I8, 1898. NUMBER 21 rr fflhe m A Local 3STe-ws Dewey Huts nt Mrs. Fail-bank's. Mrs. Ollie Scovill will tack comforts for 2ii couts apiece L. H. Merrltt and J. M. Burns re shingled the 1'ark hotel this week. Mrs. E. M.Boyd, of Auburn, was the guest of Mrs. S. Yates Tuesday. J. P. Hoover has had soveral new buildings erected on his farm this fall. Please notffee Jay's new adv. on first page. Sum. Shuck is haying a barn 28 feet Equare built on his farm north west of Somalia. Call in and see us if you want to subscribs for any paper published in the United States. FOR SALE One of the host resi dences in Nemaha. Apply at this of fice for particulars. Judge Broady, of Lincoln, was in town Thursday morniug. lie had been attending court at Auburn. John Webber and John Knapp will give a social ball at Hoover's opera house, next Wednesday night. Large line of Horse Blankets and Itobes just received at Skeen & Wil liams' harness s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

s THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV, HANUKIC, I'ulilUhnr. NEMAHA, NKIUtASKA. VXJ.XJ.J.J.XXXXXJ.XXJ.XXXJ.XAXJ.J.SC r NOVEMBER 1898. Sun. Mon. Wod. 2 Thur. 3 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 6 23 30 17 24 29 T1::rT:iFTH:TTTX THE WOULD AT LA11GE. Summary of tho Dally Nowb. WASHINGTON NOTICS. I'OSTMABTlCIl Gl'.NKHAI. SMITH has is- Biiod mi order ad m it ting' prlvuto mail ing cardH, authorized by the net of May 18, 18t)8, into the foreign mallH at one cent postage each for Canada and Mexico and two cents each for all oth er postal union countries. Fohkio.v bondholders have at last moved formally to protect their inter ests in Cuba ntul I'orto Ilico. Through tho French crnbnssy a most formida ble statement has been presented to tho state department at Washington, being1 an account of tho various Span ish bonds owned by French citizens chargeable against tho territories either seized or set free by the act of the United States government, Tjik president called a meeting of the cabinet on the 0th. Tho se...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

aw lP iJ m x A V, EO REVISION YET. No Change Likely in War Taxes and Tariff for Some Time. WORKING HARD ON THE MESSAGE. TIio President Unvote Tlirco Hours n Day on tlin Mutter What the President Will Kecoinirend to Congress In tlio Mi'Miro. "Washington, Nov. 15. The Washing ton Post slates that the war taxes will not be abolished at the coming short session of congress, and that there will he no revision of the tariff what ever. It bases this announcement upon tho positive statement made yesterday by Chairman Dingley, of the ways and means committee, who, in an interview, said: Tho government will nocil for somo tltno nil tho revenuo produced by tlto war taxes. Dur ing tho month or October tho war expenditures exceeded tho war revenuo by somo f 1 1,000,000, mid this mont'i tlmy will bo il0.0u0.000 In ox cess. This bein tho ease, thoro will bo no changes at least this Mseal year. Tho war rev enuo act will continue In force and unchanged, except, perhaps. In a few minor admlnlstratlvo...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

' f'TMP' BiPWiir " rr.,"?-"rT'w:wvyMiFy! f$ t: n: B B1 it M o C) II CI t! b tl b Jl c, o t: t p i V V 0 h v r ' F t B I i t C. i J e y c 'i I lKp vf.;, r.i; . KfH."'-' II12N I hcnr the aged Hoxton King tho Bwcet Thanks gl vi ng clilmc.H, Come to mo from out my boyhood Glimpse of tho vanished tlmea; And I long, wltli memories tender, 'Neath tho nutumn'H uzuro dome, Onco ngnln to piihh ThankBglvlng With the old folks at homo. There'll ho fenatlnn In the mntiHlotiH IMslng high twlxt sea nnd eu, Wit and Deuuty will bo rulerH, IJut they will not rulo for me; For my thoui;ht, foro'tr unfettered, Llko a truant Ind will roam, And onco more I'll upend Thnnksglvlng With tho old folka at homo. I can dco tho olden tablo An 1 Haw It long ago, When tho children Hat around It, All llko nlnoplnB In a row; Though the yearn of youth have vanished Like tho Htorm-bclunguered foam, I can hoo that dear old tablo And tho old folka at homo. They aro Bleeping whoro tho flowora llloom upon tho hlllHlde fair ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

Uv u a TftEll v5i T" . i w ',.- i &m$SfaRvy cj k -OVEMBEU hail set ;n ns usual, with dull gray skies and chilly, pene trating winds. Up the bro.ni uveuuc that led to the Dill ingham residence the dead leaves whirled and eddied and settled with many a melancholy flutter into their annual grnves, while the tall trees tossed their bare arms about, a if lamenting the loss of -these cheery little harbingers of spring nnd sum mer. In vain; winter stood rejoicing upon the threshold of autumn's de cline, Impatient to begin his reign. In the house beyond, however, all was bright and charming with glowing Area nnd soft, mellow lights. Geoffrey Dillingham and his wife sat In tho library, she with a beseeching look In her gentle eyes, he with a slight an noyance in his. "So you wish me to Invite your peo ple here for Thanksgiving?" he quer ied, almost harshly. "I tell you, Eliz abeth, It's Impossible." "But why, Geoffrey?" returned his wife, with a little catch in her soft voice, "only thin...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

i; ';! i ' T t K Lf ft ELECTION FIGURES. Hews from the Battle of the Bal- lots in Different States. llooftflvnlt'A Mnjnrltjr In Nnw York About 11), OOO-Ohio KoIIn Up ii llli; Hptll- Hen it Vot Hrnult In Nidiriinkii it tut Mliini'NOlit Ohm). New York, Nov. 10. The lutcHt figurus obtuinuble show tlmt Roose velt's plurality in tlio state 1h not fur from 20,000. Tho result on congress anon ,in this statu bcciiis to have sur prised even tho democrats themselves. Nineteen of their oundidutos woro elected, tho republicans gutting but 15. In tho present house, tliu New Yorlc delegation stands 27 republicans to six democrats. Tho state senate will bo republican by four and tho assumbly by 'JO. Political interest from now on -will center about tho senutor.sltlp and already discus don in to tho probable .uspirunts bus begun. U!iiilillciiiipi (,'nrry IiiiIIiiiik. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 10. Tho ro publicans have carried Indiana by a majority of between 15,000 and 20,000. The legislature will b...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

I i' fl ( "' rM HE GOT EVEN f Ills Customer licat Him nt the Start Hut lie Got Hack at IIliu lit Good Slinjiu. There is an old retired merchant in De troit who delights in recalling his experi ences when nn active mun running a gen eral store in one of the northern cities ol the lower peninsula. "I used to icup a harvest when the men were coming out of the woods," he re lates. They were not up in styles, and about any old thing would suit them pro vided the color was right and the lit even passable. Out there were tricksters among them and I had to have my wits about me in order to keep even with them. " 'How much is this hat?' asked u strap ping six-footer who arrived from camp one ilny with a pocket full of money. " 'Two fiftv,' I replied. "Then he informed me 'that he always had the crowns of his hats punched full of holes in order to keep his head cool, and his hair from coming out. I soon had this attended to, and then he asked what the li.it was worth. 'Two fifty,' I responded...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 18 November 1898

a-' mwnwiMiiiiiiwuH'miwuiiimmiWMiw www!i'wiriTgTiiiw.tnwijjwjiHwjiwu;r HI aSBaHSi ClllltS WHLkfc 11 (1ST Bout Conuli Wyrnp. 'i'Mitro Uoml. Uro in nine. oin ny nriiirKii". EKEE5fi2fclHIZKa T)U. W. W. KEELING, NlSMAUA CJlTV, NlJIlllAICA. Olllcn llnt door south of l'aik liotol VT. V. SANDEKS, Notary : - : Public Nemaha City, Nob JTKMM9 NUMBS VMS J PLASTERER Aomo imd A Kiit Ho work 11 Npcclnlly. UIh. tcriiH bulll. l'aper IIhdkIuk. KiiUmnlnliiK mul WlillownhlitiiK tlono. Low prises, All work wnrrunlml. Kerker & Hoover, Donlor In TVEIEXA-TS IllitUst prlccH paid for hides, Iiml, tallow gAino, nlo NI3MAIIA CITY, NEBRASKA, J. H. SBID, Urcodor of Thoroughbred Poland China HOGS. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA- Wo huvo tlio rlK, wlion you would drive; Ourtciimu look woll, thoy uroiillvo. RlK" lioro that Hlilne; tlinyuroU. K. Kcup truok ol Workmun'H vory iliiy. 2VIoii lluo our loams; tliuy'rc mndo to ko, A"d In tlio ImrncNH nitver Hlow. Noxt II m i) you ilrlvo, you traveling nioii, Suk Workman's place, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

if H 1 VOLUME XLIJl NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FU1DAY, NOV. 25, 1898. NUMBER 22 MMPMM Gfrtrt Mebmsfm '."-iMpHiMMMMaMi4nMMaMaMMHiH R f9R(5i . $! r j Vfe ft ftSS W5 v. -If Local News j- Dowoy Huts at ISIrs. Fuirbunk's. One mouth from today is Christmas. Marion Enrhart wont to Lincoln Monday. Ed Seld 18 a new subscriber to this family journal. Of course the storm caught a whole lot of us not prepared. Miss Annio Morton came in from Johnson Wednesday, returning Thurs day. Tho passenger trains from the west were several hours late Monday and Tuesday. Frank Woodward wont to Lincoln Monday, returning home Wednesday evening. FOIt SALE. 1 tine pedigreed Berk shire boar. For price, etc., inquire at this olllc. Persons fortunate enough to have Bleighs have beeu enjoying tho snow this week. Miss Florence Minick went to John son last Wfck, to visit hei sister, Mrs. Ray Seofield Call in and see us if you want to subscribe for any paptr published in the United ctntes. FOR SALE. One of the best resi dences ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

Jt THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER XV. W. HANIJKII-, I'nblUhnr. NBMAHA, NBDItASKA. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of tho Dally Nowo. WASHINGTON NOTIW. Tub iiiimml session of tho AbsocIo Hon of Amoriciin Agricultural Col leges and Experimental Stations wns begun in Washington on tho ICtli. President Alston Ellis, of the Colorado college, rend a paper in which ho Hcorcd tho system of athletics in col leges and declared fhnt football was on a par with prizefighting. I'KNSION COMMIHHIONKU EVANB will create in tho near future a special division of pensions for tho considera tion of claims of volunteers in tho Spanish war. Large numbers of these claims are being filed, and it is esti mated that already fully 10,000 soldiers havo a legitimate basis for a pension allowance. Tin: navy department at Washington wired dipt. McCalln at Cat Island on tho 10th as follows: uIf you are watls ficd that tho Teresa cannot bo snvod yon aro authorized to abandon tho wreck." This report of Gen. Lieber, judgo advocat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

watt '4 THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANUKK, l'ulilUhar. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. TO THE DEAD IN CUBA. Now rest yo safe, and sleep ye fair, My wearied soldiers In the South; No more the brazen trumpets blare Nor cannon bellow at the mouth: No more the angry floss are tossed Where trench and sullen fort defy; Where Death Ls bred, and Life Is lost So Hleep ye, sleip yu tenderly. The nations wonder at your deeds; The Poets hIiik them crown you great. Tho KltiBS cry "Walt" to hltn who heeds, And stand like begnnrs at my gate. No more the yellow llug Is flown Like sickly fester on the sky, Tho crop of grape and shell Is sown So rest ye, real ye tenderly. Now rest ye safe, and sleep ye fair, My wearied soldiers, done with war. Those strange hills hold our glory there So sleep ye, and forget the scar. God's peace la where the Hwords 'were crossed, And white stars swing above the sea. And rest Is found where life was lost So sleep ye, sleep ye tenderly. Theodore Roberta, In N. Y. Independent. B- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 25 November 1898

It-l I THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANMKIM, l'nbllilinr. NEMAHA, - NKIJUASKA. TOQUES MADE AT HOME. Uood Due Mar " Made of O1I1I llltn of Vultul, Kcutliera and Tn I If. Half-season toqucH, with n little In genuity, odd bits of velvet, tulle inul feathers, can be inndc nt home, over well-shaped wire frames. A fasolnnt ing nrrnngement In mouse-colored vel vet, wrinkled horizontally nnd resting Rguhibt the hnlr, Is crossed In front by u loosely draped knot In light gray eutin. The height of thu knot, which puffs up above the velvet folds In front, holds down two stuffed guinea fowl feathers that circle llally back over the smooth velvet crown. It Is nn exceed ingly pretty design, suitable to accom pany a tnllor-mudc gown, and Is, as may be Imagined, very easily executed. Another coquettish little headdress Is of pansy blue velvet, drawn to the front In two sharp revcrs. Over the flaring back rovers Is n high-lifted, ir regular bow, knotted from a bias piece of lavender taffeta, the ce...

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