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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

(iVV1 u a- V hiiiliUi I. VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1901. XUM13FH a pelfalla r' SV. I- Y A, Local ISTews Plenty of ruin now. The drouth is broken. Cull on ub for Job work. r Tho merry-go-round la here. See Hill & Keeling for Ore Insurance Pine raiua Saturday night and Tues day. Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 O st. , Lincoln, Neb. The Auburn Chautauqua beglm to morrow night. H. A. Lambert, of Auburn, was a Nemaha visitor Tuesday. See W. W. Harris of South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Wm. Bridge, of Peru, gave us h bocIuI call Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs E. D. Hogeu, of Au burn, were lu Nemaba-Tutsday. Geo. Chapman and family cumo In from Johnnon Wednesday night. Church Howe will be at the old set tlers picnic at Nemaha August 17. Best machine oil made for sale by Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Tho old settler' picnic will be held at Nemaha Saturday, August 17th. Fruit jars and fruit caus for aale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co Do uot forge...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

-yt"j ww-r rV f .frwM-y THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANMKH8, Publisher. NEMAHA, - - " - NEBRASKA. &&$$$$$$g$$$$$$$$ 1901 AUGUST. 1901 4 TOPICS OF THE DAY. A Itoinlnilrr fur OurneRlo. 13nron Mount Sloliuii has given $200,000 to tho Prcsbyterlnn ohiiroh of Scotlniid. TIiIh Js merely to let Mr. Carnegie know Unit there arc otlicr Scots wlili hue. Justice Miivea Slowly. Tlic government Iibh taken tho first step to secure 11 part of tlio money embezzled by Copt. Carter. It was eon sideralo of tho government to wait until Carter's relations had ample time to bury tho loot in tho backyard. Another Funntou Needed. Aguinnldo had liis Funston. Whom Is Malvur to have? Oen. Sumner is chasing tho now Filipino lender, and Is so close behind him that ho captured Malvar's breakfast, still hot. Similar incidents nttended Iho pursuit of Aguluaido. Wo wore always capturing him. but never getting nearer than , bis breakfast, or a few barrels of Mrs. Agulnoldo's clotliing, until Hero Funston t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

ol M r- . A ! ,"i tf.v f V . u fi uuauauuiiuiiiiuuiiuiiiuiuuuuuuuuuuaiiuaiiuuiiiiuiiiiuaiiiiiiuiiaiiiiu I THE BEST NEWS 3 iff nTmTFTnTTTTTTmTTTTnmTTTTTmTTTTTTTTTTTT Hull of Grecnluiclcn Unearthed. While some children were playing in tlic dirt near the scene of the railroad wreck n short distance from the town of Hubbell, they unenrthed 31 roll of greenbacks which measured four inches through. They were bo badly decomposed by their contact with the earth that they were falling "to pieces. By the use of a powerful .glass one of them was found to bo of 31,000 denomination. The money will "be sent to Washington. The Hubbell wreck occurred 15 years ago. The "wreck was planned with the intention of robbery, and a man by the name of "Vorhees was sent to the penitentiary for the crime. The theory is advanced that he stole the money at the time of the wreck and burled it. Ilcnnloit at IIuntliiKH. Preparations are being made by the 'local committee for the entertainment of all visitors at Has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

Jea-inWl'-fcWW ' SniMIrf-it lPi-j. S.-Wt? ittarit I'i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. HANDKKS, I'uI.lMior. NEMAHA, - ' - NEBRASKA, FIRESIDE SONG. Como share with mo the Ingle-nook, Whllo wintry winds aru high: A couch, a screen, a plcanant hook, A glimpse of wood nnd ky; - And let the world so by, my dear, And lot tho world so byi The front-flowers blosiom on thp wold, Iiut In this llrcllt gloom One docs not miens tho world Is cold Nay, counts It all abloom! For Lovo Is In the room, my dear, l'or Lovo Is in the loom! So share with mo this perfumed bower. And ravening storms defy: Tho sweet spelt deepening hour by hour ' Of our captivity! And we'll let tho world go by, my dear, We'll lot tho world go by! Emma Hcrrlck Weed, In Youth's Com panion firSj S (cmml) fMSICIHMfl (Copyrighted, 1000, by the J. D. Llpplncott Co. CHAPTER II. CONTINUED. Stuyvesant'B tail, athletic figure suddenly shut, both from view. Never hesitating, he quickly elbowed tho negro, out of tho way, Heizcd tho doorkno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

Ji (, v &' ' j$j& t i j' ) L r S'.1. it-' N "J .5 ..i A. V EDWAED IS POPULAR All Classes of English Society Adore Their New King. Was a Don Vtvant as Prince of Wales, Uat Now Is Sober ana Sedate Ilia Coronation to Occur Next Jane. Special London Letter. WHEN King Edward VII. was Prince AlbertEdward of Wales, he was considered the most democratic prince iu Europe. Why, It would be hard to say. The people of England, as well as the masses of of other countries, raise up idols sometimes because they are too stupid io comprehend the motives of their so-called superiors, at other times for the sole purpose of knocking them down. As prince of Wales, the reigning British sovereign, who, by tho grace of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, is soon to be made "British emperor," was a lib eral patron of the turf an institution far dearer to the average cockney than the established church. He ap peared in person at every meet of im portance, his horses contested for purses and his representatives w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

, s- rt - wft" P5" - JvlJJ8PuHT V-w .Mmr v Tj'.0'i J J vwtui-rf- tapy -" H r i. J2fpH 1LLN.E55 2ab Eiiiot "T DON'T know whnta the matter X with me," Hniri Klllot to IiIh wife t the bretikfnBt table. "I nm rest less und almost feverish at times. It isn't no bud here at hoini', but the moment I get down into the- city I begin to feel worse. I am so restless and irritable thnt the boys in the office nro talking about it. I have to force myself to work, and thin aft ernoon I lout, a pood contract idinply because I felt too badJy to quarrel with ohl man Harkins over the pre liminaries. I don't Hccm to take any I liferent in unything." "You'd better hco Dr. Hoblnson," said bin wife. That afternoon Elliot went ovor to the- doctor'H ofllco and described his 'YOU'D BETTER SEE DH. ROBINSON." symptoms to thu sympathetic physi cian. "There dori't seem to bo anything definite the matter with you," fiaid the doctor. "We'll wait and sec what develops. Come In and see me again in a 'week." Going ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

O'l GAVE UP TREASURE. Jack Winters Confessed to the Theft of Gold Bars. Took the Officers to a Spot Where llo Hod Wroiipiul SJSBO.OUO In tho liny mid lllmaclf Kestoreri It to tliu Superintendent. San Francisco, Aug. 11. Jack Win ters, who was arrested for tho EJclby smelting works robbery, 1ms confessed the crime and so far $130,000 worth of bullion has been recovered from tho bay where he had sunk it. Tor thrco days the detectives had tried all sorts of intimidation to mako Winters con fess, but their threats apparently had no effect upon him. Finally, ho asked to see Superintendent llopp, of tho works, who he said was tho only friend ho had. In his conversation with 3topp, Winters' iiiauncrMndicntcd that lie knew where the gold had been hid den, llopp told him that they had a strong case against him and that ho would be sent to prison for 30 years. Ho said: "You will be an old man when you get out and it will do you no good to hido the gold. Wo know it is hidden in the water near ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 16 August 1901

, t C ,1 w l.v'v CMUKTMJWlllrlrfrt:! CUHIS WHtKt AIL USt f AILS. Wl li B; nct CoiikIi Bjrup. Tntcs UcmxI. Vw I in limn, horn oy ini(ririii. r. . W. Keeling, Ncinnhn, NoliruHku. Office in Keeling building, hccoihI door orth of Ayncs' hardware store. "peter kbkker, Dealer In Highcat market price paid for Ilides, Lard, Tallow, etc, .a.. Xj. btiers, jvt. r. NEMAHA, NEBR, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinitv, All calls answered. Dr. Gaither's office. 6 7 I R. A. HELMER,' Watchmaker and 'Jeweler. All work guaranteed to rIvo BfUlafuctlon West of Court Houso SquarSo-Auburnob JOHN A. HIATT, Dealer in and Harness Supplies NEMAHA. NEBRASKA J. H. SEID, Breeder of Thoroughbred Poland China Farm, one and one-half miles south west of Nemaha. J3. H. KNAPP Proprietor of the Liveryft Feed Stable .NEMAHA, NEBR, Good Dray in connection with Livery Satisfaction guaranteed. Notioo of Appointmout of Ad ministrator. In the County Court of. Nemaha county, Nob. Tbe State o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

- ,4 (iH-'1 -J y fttefliie VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1901. XUMBEU H'f u- i i -I Local News Call on us for Job work. Republican prltimrtos Saturday. See Hill & Keeling for the insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 Oat., Lincoln, Neb, School commences ono week from next Monday. The dully Post gives all the Auburn Chautauqua news. See V. W. Iliirrlsof South Auburn for Clothing aud Dry Goods. Rd Knapp'a Bale Tueadny wub well attended und prices were good. Frank Woodward wnt to Wymore Monday, returning Wednesday. Best machine oil made for sale by Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. Miss Woolsey, of Omaha, wns the gueetof Mis Flo Scovill laBt week. Uepublican primaries will be held at tills fflce tomorrow from 4 to 7 p. m . Mis. Joseph II. Flack started for Denver Tuesday, to visit her daughter. Fruit jars and fruit caus for Bale by the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co. L H. Merrltt returned to Crab Ors chard Mouiluy after several days' visit ut home. Have your wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. AV. HANI)I!K8, Publisher. NEMAHA, " - NEKHASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Cannot Unit (lio flninc. When ono rcmlH Unit tlio profile of tlie nniln tabic at Mnnto Carlo in the jiiiHt 00 1ayH aro floured at $5,000, 000, tlio hankering to bo pointed out as ii "man who broko the bank at Monte Carlo" grown noticeably Icbh. Ih !)! Time. Tho Halo of liquor Iiiih been prohib ited among the Moros of Hutu. For tho prcftunt tho clouti'd wnrrlorn uuiHt bccoiitent with thecxhllarntlngnatlvo bono. In due time, however, the ad vance of wcHtern civilization, hugged or bottled, will comu in and do 'em to u HiiIhIi. InlcrcNtliifc IiiNtiriiiiue Doolnlnn. A Kentucky court recently ruled that when a member of tho Modern Woodmen lodgo HiiicidcH within two yearn after joining the order tho wid ow can collect only the Hum tho dc ceaHcd Iiiih paid into the treasury and that the order Ih not liable for tho whole policy. Tip for Niionulntlvo lltinkcrn. An Indiana Vmnk olllelal who tried t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

KialILBM hi- I . V -STEUCK AN ICEBERG. Steamer Sank Off Alaska, Carry ing Down 85 People. Passenger Awakened by tho Cnltl-tlon lit Three O'Clook In tlio Mornlnc Many Who Kcnchod hhoro In Lifeboat AVoro Frozen to Death.. Victorln, 13. C, Aug. 20. Tlio steamer iHlntuler, the cruek passenger steamer of the Alaskan route, strttek an iceberg off Douglas island on tlio morning of Thursday last and went to the bottom, enrrying down from 05 to 80 souls, including passengers and members of the erew. United States Consul Smith, of Victoria, who was a passenger on the Queen from Ju neau to Victoria, gives the following wtory of the wreck of the steamer: Tho Islander left Skagway for Victoria on Wednesday evening, the 14th, at six p. m., with 125 passengers and a crow of til men on board and 10 or 12 stowaways. All went well, the steamer making her UBual record of 15 knots an hour until at thrco p. m on Thuruday morning when Juneau was passed and the south end of Douglas island was reached. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

K THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER I I ! ' ' ' W. W. HANDICItH, I'lihllnlior. NEMAHA, - " - NEBRASKA. CHRYSALIDES. Tcnantleiin now lien the dwelling of clay, Fallen ltn wall to eternal decay; Darkened the windows, and Hllent thodoor, No ntcp Houndcth now on tlio echoln floor; Vainly wo llnten for annverlnn tone The caHKet Is empty, the Jewel Konej Tenderly, nllcnlly, lay It away, Till thunders the trump of the Judgment Day. 'Tin tho end, I naldj then a worm 1 found, Orawltni; low and Mow on the dnrkHomo ground; No hint of unfolding beauty wiih there An I laid it aside with thoughtful cure; "When to 1 1 n hldltiK-phiec nKaln I went Itn Hliroud wan ipun, Us life Hectned nurcly npent Prophetic vlnlon It brought mo then, Foretelling tho end of the ways of men. Hut a day broko fair In tho shining Spring When tho lloucru awoke, and tho blrdw must Jilng; Deep In my brooding heirt hope stirred; when lot A wondrous omen glided e'en tho glow There camo a tlr and heal of wings that nlept A widening cra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

r ;ji 1 its M. - O smti- GRIME STAMPED OUT. "Washington Now Is the Safest City in the Country. Once Upon n Time, However, It Wan Infected by Organized Gniitrn of Jieisro Crlniliiuln of the Worrit Type. Special Washington Letter. 4T7E 1IAV13 never yet had Yy ns ninny men on the po lice force ns this city hhould have," says one of the vet eran blueconts; "nevertheless the force hns wiped out nil organized gangs of thieves and thugs. The epoch of such organized crime lias passed. "Nowadays in every, section of tho city one can walk with perfect safe ty at any hour of the night without any fear of molestation unless, per haps, by sonic drunkard reeling to ward his home. Even he is harmless if not interfered with. Then, too, there are certain alleys in the city which arc occupied by a rough ele ment of negroes, who think nothing of knocking a man in the head with a brick, but these are places of which respectable people do not even know the location, and consequently would not enter, esp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

W ii-trt4i a? I THE BEST NEWS OE NEBRASKA. TTmrnnnTTTTTTTTnnnnnnnTTnnirnnnnnTmnnnnnnmTnTTnnnTTnnnnnnnnnTs Nlnte Knlr (Irnitmln Iniprov enienlN. I Tlio permanent improvements on "tho Htnto fair grounds arc ncnring completion. Over $IH,000 Is being ex pended largely in now buildings, tin principal improvements being: Three liorso burns, 31x11, with cent nil iiIhIuh 10 foot In width and capacity for 1.10 horses; five cattle barns, 00x120 feet, 14-foot alHleH and accommodations for .'100 liead; nix hwIiio baniK, each 20x120 feot, 12-foot iiIhIch and exhibit room for over 1,000 head of hogs; ono sheep barn, 20x120 feet, mid exliibit room or 200 head. HllO AlllllltH Her Unlit. Muttio Jensen, u sorviint girl In tlio employ of C. Y. 'J'liompHon, a farmer three miles from West J'oint, wiih arrested on n charge of theft. During the abHunee of the family hIio rifled tin1 hoiiHe, taking with her a gold wnlch, $7.50 in money, several drcHses and niuneroiiH other articles. Hho took u team and wen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

a? UK in ,"i "y tf m ' a V -A h it u h '4 A VARIOUS ASSORTMENT. Two hundred and twenty-four gal. Ions of frcsb water weigh a ton. Gold pens were first made In 1840. Their sole to-day Is a million and a half yer.r. Between the years 17C0 and 177C, 100, COO pounds of silk were exported from Georgia to England. Twenty per cent, of the prisoners In Chicago jail arc victims of the mor phine, cocaine or other drug habit. The word "mile" comes from the Latin "mille," a thousand. A thousand paces of a marching soldier made the Roman mile. Since 1875 the whale fisheries have fallen off from 200,000 to 80,000 barrels of oil, and from 10,000,000 pounds of whalebone to 400,000 pounds. An ordinarily healthy man of 30 years old can lift, with both hands, U36 pounds, and support on. his shoul ders 330 pounds. The average duration of marriages in England is 28 years. Jlussia, with 30 years, is the only country to beat her. In France and Germany 20 years Is the average duration. The Birmingham Age-H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 23 August 1901

FWi wfr i 1 ' -T-rrr, ti CURIS WHlHt ALL USt FAILS. 3 lion coukii Hjrrup. Trifles UcxmI. Uoo In tin Hold .r elniHalftn. (2 ( W. Keeling, Nemnlin, Nohrnskn. Office in Keeling building, hccoikI door urth of AyncH' hardware store. PETER KERKER, Denier In ZMZ:EA.T,3 Highest market prico paid for Hides, Lard, Tallow, etc, .A.. Xj. stibrs, m. r- NEMAHA, NBHIt, Tenders his professional services to the citizens of Nemaha and vicinity. All 'calls answered. Dr. Gaithcr's offico. 6 7 I JOHN A. HIATT, Deulor In I-I A. JEfc INTERS and Harness Supplies NEMAHA, NEBRASKA J. H. SEID, Drccdor of Thoroughbred Poland China Farm ono and ouc-half milcH south west of Nemaha. -JBi H. KNAPP Proprietor of the Livery&. Feed Stable V NEMAHA, NEBR. Gcod.rray in connection with Lively 'Satisfaction guaranteed. iii- Tfotioo for Hoaring Claims. In tho County Court oCNomalm county, Neb In the mutter of tlio estuto of June Thump. on, Uocoiuod. Notlcu 1b hoxoby (ilvcn Hint tbo court tins innilenn order HmliltiK t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

C f tA-U t(Jl V VOLUME XL VI NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, PU1DAY, AUGUST 80, iflOL. nMMnnffvi MM&wvMMa iHMmwmmm tmnunvt OTmimnniwi m'uunjunuiuL ftttttftfe 5MTa1L91W NUMBER 10 ;V Jj & r - v. ft ir' " Jiu 11 Local N ews Call on un for job work. Scbool begins next Monday. Picnic at BrownviHe Sept. 7. See Hill & Keeling for Hie insurance Dr. V. I. Seymour, No. 1110 Oat., Lincoln. Neb The Adveitlt-er anil the Chicago In ter Ocean lor 81.40 I. N. Cooper recently built a burn on Mm promise In Nemaha. See W. V. Uturisof South Auburn for Clothing and Dry Goods. Fruit jars and fruit' cans for sale by J thu Edwards & Bradtord Lumber Co. Mrs. Campbell, of Johnson, visited her sister, Alts. Peter Kernel", hist week. Mrs. J. L. Melvin started for her homo at Uulhrlo, Oklahotmi, last Sat in day. E. E. llumbaiigh has bought the Scovill propei ty in tho northeast part of town. Have your watches and clocks re paired by d competent jeweler at Battles'. The Advertiser and tho St. LouIb Globo Democ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

if THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDISKH, I'ubllshor. NEMAHA, - - - NKBItASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. AVIict. VIktIIhiico Ih ISVeiletl. Gov. Odoll, of New Yurk, bus coin pletcd 11 careful personal Inspection ol more thiin -10 public institutions, moHt of Ilium asylums and prisons. It in n good direction In which to cxerclso official vigilance. Different lli'Krcm of Iliibliery. The enterprising detective who la charged with putting up n trnin rob bery in Town recently him been Hct nt large on n $300 ball. If the innii hnd concocted it hcIioiiio to rob n lien roost he probably could not have been balled out for $1,000. ffli on Id Servo An u WitriiliiBT. A Chicago man hilled his wife nnd himself bccniiHo she wouldn't tnko a lake trip with him. TIiIh Hliould nerve ns u warning t( other women wIioho hiiHlmiulH want them to gWo up their hotiKchold cares for awhile nnd have a good time. The CKiir n VorncliiiiH Honilor. Nicholas N. is a voracious rendo:. Ho and the czarina get u great deil of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

V ' ,1, T, ' fi''- ! X, n AGGRAVATING EVILS Traffic in Babies and Slavery in Two Philippine Islands. -Army Ontcnr Determined to Stop tr'txlo of Children In Mindanao nnd Jnlo Free dom lu per Given to Mny Held In Houdiigo. Washington, Aug. 23. War depart ment uillciuls lire determined to Inter fere with the traffic in children which 'Iihb been going on in certain parts of the Philippines, constituting one of the gravest problems with which army officers in that section linvo to deal, Reports received nt the war de partment say the traffic is confined to the natives in the departments of Min danao and Jolo. The tralllc comes as .a result of the. improvidence of the people, and families who are bitten by famine do not hesitate to seek relief in the sale of their children. Maj. J. S Petti t, First infantry, the com mander in that department, Bays that ho liaH about broken up the traflic, which has been going on in children of the Tircnarya, a degenerate race south of Cattabado. Kindred q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 30 August 1901

i f- JT- t THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ! ! Ill XV, XV. HiNII5IW, Publisher. NEMAHA, " - " - NEBRASKA. THE LITTLE HIGH CHAIR. Oil, tho house of tlio Llttlo High Cluilr Owns many n throne, 1 declare, Ami, Its klngnnnd queens they nre small; And' (ho crowns that they wear theynro all Made of softcut and silkiest holrl Blng hoy, hahy; hi. babyl Hue, we bond tho knee, And homage pay, the livelong day, To High Chnlr royaltyl Oh, tho hoiiFo of tho Mttle High Chnlr! Though kingdoms bo burdened elsewhere, Hero tho heart of tho mothcr-lovo sings To her dear little iiccnH nnd her kings, And tho world Is all happiness thcrcl Sing hey, baby; hi, baby! See, wo bend tho knee, And homage pay, the livelong day, To High Chnlr royalty! -Mary II, riunncr, In Good Housekeep ing. OEM f UucA (qxirkl) 'Cwsmvet CopyrlcliteJ, 1900, by tlie J. 1). Llpplncott Co. CIIAPTHH IV. Continukd. Tn tho wave of patriotic wrutli and fervor Unit swept the land when the Maine wiih dotio to death In Havana harbor, many and, man...

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