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The following unique letter is a specimen of what oan be done m Nebraska during a mild winter. It is a genuine document, and, with the exoeptionof the names of persons, is printed verbatim ;
Deo 25 1888
Mr Henry Dtr sir your kind and welouta leter gladeley reeved wear all wel and hop you ar all wel we are all at horn to oriemua day eaten all kindes of Kandos nnd orgen musio Wilson and gorg is talken about rabit hunten but it is oloudey an fogey and the wind bloen from tha north I think it wIU snoe but we haf vis and warm wether ever senc i 00m baok except a few of the first days it snod too rlt sm.rt sooes but it melted m a short tim It haf bin the nisest winter bo far i think i ever cen hear wel Henry I haf kild a goomeney rabbits and sum tqura with the Winchester it shutes as good as it ever dyd \ put a spring m the ahel careryer so i can use the mageee with the round ball er the sluge and I can load gust aB fast with the round bulet as i oan with the sluge aud put moer loades m the mageaen becaus tha load ant as longe so i like tbe wlnchestar better tban ever, so 1 baloaf (f I wee In oregon In the rlt plan and a gun shop and a watch reparen hous and all kinda of tola to mak and re par 1 tbiuk I cud pleas sum pepel fn gag wark 1 wod due ono the gus and wathe* and yet 1 dont no that I ever will cum to oregon euey moer 1 wont say just know I reoelved a tetter from Mr bil gons, scenes he haf blu In Waahenton aooorden to his vues 1 wod like beter In warheuton and blly dyee liked better up tber splendsd and we thluk he wil goe bak. he wod haf etad but his wif dyd. not lik and know >h->y think she wants to gie bak, aod dont yu all want to goe to waahenton and 1 received a letter from alburt super 1 think bis prise la by on his plas I wod like to kuo bqw m*tch he mad oler of cxpenaeß this year one hopes and hay, er eney think that he mad oa hla pUs I wod like to knoe lf aum of yu oan fiad oat. pleas dont Inqueyer so he wll find out the reason fore your fnquer.r. if It ant to mutoh trubel and rlt to me aa s.on as yu oan It snod last night this 26 yours truly J O hlnkns,
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