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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

'jc?l. r.v- I -V A h- -A TVOOD'S TURN NEXT'. Governor General of Cuba Has Of fended the President. He Violated nn Army Itnlo by Writing to bcniitnr- Urging Thum to Vote TnrltT Concessions fr Cuban Hugnr and Tobacco. Washington, Feb. C Lconnrd Wood, military governor of Culm and brigadier general of the United &t'ntcs army, may be repriinnndod. Ho has directed n letter to United" States senators giving reasons why, in his opinion, 33 1-3 per cent, tariff: reduc tions should be granted on Cuban eiigur which has nroiised some resent ment in the senate and house, and apprchonsion in the minds of tho president and secretary of war. The administration deplores Gov. Wood's action. The circular letter In an envelope marked "ofllcial busi ness," delivered through tho malls di rect to senators, is considered a most extraordinary breach of ofllcial eti quette, and a violation of tho nrmy regulation which forbids ofHccrs to address communications to other de partments of the government exce...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

r' r THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER .,.I.WI...I. l------ W. W. BANDKUS, I'liblUlior. NEMAHA, - " - NHDItASKA, SUNDAY AFTERNOONS. From lite window of tlio chapel softly hounds nn oruiui note, ThroiiRh tliu peaceful Hablmlh Klontnlnt; flrlf llriK feliredn of inuslc Mont, And the quiet atiri tlio llrcllglit und tlio aweetly Olcinu tunes Dear inn dreinnliiB buck to boyhood and Its Sunday afternoons; When wo Bnthercd In tlio parlor, In the parlor Htlfi and grand, Whore the haircloth chairs and Hofns stood nrrayed, a Klootny hand, Whore ouch iuerr oil portrait watched us with a countenance of wood, And the shells upon the whatnot In a dust- k'Htt Hplmdor stood. Then the quaint old parlor owin, with the Miniver In Its Ioiikuc, Beeinul to trmiblo In Its fervor as the sa cred hours were isting, As wo snnK the homely anthem, huiik the Kind revlvnl hymns - Of the lory of tlio story and thu light no sorrow dims. Whllo the duslc Krew even deeper and the evenlnir settled down, And the lainp-llt windows ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

y ..''" 4. JBST TjiAvimim ?jJ VALENTINE! Saint Valentine 1 A pilgrim to thy holy shrine, Behold I cornel Footsore, and very Jieavy-laden Because of love for one small maiden My lips arc dumb. O Valentine! Saint Valentine! Thou know'sl this little maid of mine, This dainty sweet, Bo pure and fair that when she passes Dur gray old world grows green with grasses Beneath her feet; That everywhere her dear face phows Tho west wind takes It for a rose Just newly born. 0 grant, "sweet Saint, that to her know ing But fragrance soft and bloom be showing, Give me the thorn I Oh, Phyllis fair! Oh, Phyllis young! 1 would mine were a poet's tongue That I might sue; That I might sing in golden numbers To wake your heart from out Its slum bers My love for you. fet no, dear heart! The years will bring A sweeter song than I could sing; So slumber on. You will awaken to discover When he shall come that happy lover, And I am gone. , -Harriet F. Blodgett, In N. Y. Independent. KlPTWlKti Wm JOBBED THLfy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

'" v"! r- srFw fffSRw Jf$t vm s " Wf T ' " THE KANSAS PEOPLE ARE IH LOVE WITH WESTERN CANADA. News from Over the State i ?! They Say tkc I.nnd There In the Fin cat on Knrth. ff I . I d It. I $ It 3! I Domouriitli' lilllorN. Nonrly fit) ni'WHpapcr men lit tiic1ui1 Mio NobhiHku Dumocratl Kditoriul HHHOcinllon ill, Lincoln. Olio of t lie in i-ti wlio nl tended wild Unit the hhho uSiiMoii proponed to lvn coiiocrtcd Ntipporl to (lie, iiiovemciit wlileli lin.s uh Hh tilt! inn t c object llio rcor,'iiiilit(ion oT llio fiiHlon fori'CH Into one pnrty. I'liu tiieellnK wiih hIvimi nildltloiial po litical HiiiWleiiiiei by llio prewoiico of hiioIi denioeriille leaders uh V. .J. I5r,y hii, it. Ij, Melcnlfc anil Krigur Ilowanl. At (lio eoneliiHlon of the. hohhIoii the elllf.orn were invited to flic: llryuii lioinw on I) utreot, whore they wore oiilertnliied til, Hiipper. Mr. Ilryan njioho vii('ourii(riiifry of l)t. prospects of the democrat lu party, lint made no direct rcmnrhn uh to the nlinorp i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

tu 3 J J Political Condition of England t Politically England is in a bad way. Any nation is in a bad way politically when an alternative government ceases to be a possibil- li... ..,! ..- r -M n nrt(lfinn itl ny uiiu iiiut la liiu jvijii.wii in which England is placed at the present time. THE PEOPLE MUST KEEP THE PRESENT GOVERN MENT IN POWER WIIETH- By LORD ROSEBERY. 5 rtr TTTT?Y APPROVE OK aoooa&G&OOao&OWOOOittiOOOOa ' HE ACTS 01? THAT GOV wpwmwwt or MOT. RF.C.AUSE THEY HAVE NO ALTER NATIVE TO OFFER. The British empire can produce no remedy for the present administration of English affairs. We cannot look to the Tory party for relief, we cannot look to the Liberal party for relief. Neither or both of these can give us that for which we seek an alternative government. The great mass of the English people believe, whether they say so or not, that the present government has grossly mismanaged Eng land's affairs, yet this nation, a nation of proud traditions, of great impe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 14 February 1902

UE-3ll ''- ,,aIA"' miymmW iW IWW1 wnr. -i aiMMiRi. ,. .(: ramn fcr. 11 nn mw r- t? , At "M WBHmKJlWTWrtl ujiiBP-'n"ilili jniSBiiyijyy.iiiijiiijjftTTi Ordinance Wo. 70. Ah Ordluaticonicuilng; a Hoard o Health ill tliu vUlime1 of Nemaha City. Nemaha comity, N(IiihiIii, imil dctlnliiK thotlullfMof nueh u hoard; mid piovldliiK lor iiuatnt'iltiK mill control of ptMIUullfil, ronltiKloiin mill plclviiiia (IUciihch, mil) to provenl tho Intro diiulloii mid M)liiitllii! of mild iIIhciikoh Mini providing a penalty for the vloliitlott of tliu provision of til In Onlluaiica. Ho It enacted by tliu Clinlrnuui uiul tliu Hoard o VllliinoTiiiitci'Hof Nemaha City In No mnliu comity, NnbiuMou Section l. That u Hoard of Health for tlio village of Nemaha City I hereby created mill Hliilllihrl to coiihImI of tho Chairman of ttm Village Uoaid ofTiuxtrcH, wlio.Hliull hoChnlu iiimi oftho Hoard of Health; two members of tlio Vlllimo HoiimI or TriiHteen of wild vIIIiiko to buHelcoled nnil appointed liy thuClui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

'" - -""W- r f , ttjefttte VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1902. .NUMBER 35 4k f Vr - f- 1 tf4f4 GILBERT & MCCANBLESS Have Just received a. letrge stock of the latest styles In Dress Goods Frlnts Dry Goods Notions and h complete stock of Fresh Groceries NAlso ii huge assortment of Boots and Shoes , Trunks, Valises, etc. You are invited to call and see them. GILBEBT & BFCAHDLESS A- :-t-K---K-K-K-K-t--K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K Local 3STews See M T Hil) for Ore-insurance. The snow is gradually disappparing. Attend the Old Mitlds' Convention. Wm. Daniels moved to Auburn this weok. Hank Barker moved his family to Nemaha Monday. Frank Flack ia moving to South Auburn this week. Old Maids' Convention Saturday eight of this week. The Advertiser and the Chicaga In tar Ocean for $1.40 Judge Broady, of Lincoln, was in town last Saturday. Thirty Plymouth Rack cockerels far ale at the TituB Nursery. Lee Devorss has concluded to remain in Oklahoma this summer. Call and see us for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. XV. BANDKKH, I'uMIMier. NEMAIIA, - NEBRASKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. niic A;ilo Tree Dcnl. K. 1'. Stephens, a prominent horti culturist of Nebraska, Iiiih distributed frco to farmers of IiIh Htnte 45,000 ap plo trees on condition tlmt they will bo cultivated according to his direc tion. Mr. Stephens will receive one lialf of the yield for u certain mini bor of years. Miwi'n I'ruroKtlllvc In Peril. An Onlchind (Cal.) Judge linH mndc n inout serious nssnult on tho vested rights of tliu male of tho litiinan spe cicH. 'I'll lit learned jtirlHt intikca the nntoitndlng declHlon that a wife linn the Biimo liberty iih a liiiHlmnd to stay out nights and keep knowledge of her whoreabotitR to herself. AnKi-iI lu a liiimp Num. The appropriation asked for the ex penses of HunatorH who attended President MeKlnley's funeral la $0, 413. It Ih naked iu a lump sum, prob ably hecnuso nn itemized nauotmt. would not look well in print. How did tho senators muniigo to spend so much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

jk t ffe 'Fa R TVANT THE BALLOT. Able Speakers Address the National Woman Suffrage Convention. Mm. Hlinw lioMiy Clilm I'roililnnt Knti veil nn Ailviirnto of Wommi'n UltrliU Kltziibclli Ciwly HI iit mi rentta for Kituculetl suffrage Washington, Fob. 13. A feature of the public bcbs'oii of the National Woman Suffrage convention Wednes day was the n'ldrobs of Mrs. Carrio Jhnpmnn Catt, of New York city, president of the association. Mrs. Catt said In part: Why Bhould woman BUffrnso not come? Mrn throughout the world hold their BUffrat'o by tho guarantee of the two principles of liberty, nnd for those rea sons only. One, "taxation without repre sentation Is tyranny." Who dares dutiy 117 And are not women tnxctl? Tho other, "governments derive their Just powers fiom the consent of tho gov ernpd." And aro not women governed? These axioms have been translated Into every tongue and thundered forth In elo quent pita In every civilized land. He fore their logic the most cherished of an cient p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

i m ktf wl i m T THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER VT. YT. 8ANDKK8, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. SHEEP-HERDING. ry. slow-movlns, dust-bepowdered wiive, That on the edges breaks to scattering spray, Round which my faithful collies wheel and bark To scurry-In the lnggard feet that stray; A babel of complaining tongues that make The still ulr weary with their ceaseless fret: Brown hills akin to those of Galilee, On which the shepherds tend their charges yet. The long, hot days, tho slark, wlnd-beaton nights; No human pnsenco, human sight or sound; Grim, silent land of wasted hopes, where they Who came for gold oft-times havo mad ness found; A bleating horror that foregathers speech, Freezing tho word that from the lip would pass, And sends tho herdsman groveling with lila sheep, Face down and bcast-llko on the tram pled grass. The collies halt, the slow herd sways and reels, Huddled In fright nbovo thn low ravine, Whcro wild with thirst u herd unahop herded Heat up and down with somcthlntr dark ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER i - XT, W. SANDKK8, Fnbllaher. NEMAHA, - ' - NEBRASKA. SHEEP-HERDING. A it-ay, alow-movlnt;, dust-bepowdertd wave, 111 at on the edges breaks to scattering ipruy, 'Round which my faithful collies wheel and bark To scurry-In tho Inward feet that stray; A babel of complaining tongues that make Tho still air weary with their ceaseless fret; Brown Mils akin to those of Galilee, On which tho shepherds Und their charges yet. The long, hot days, tho stark, wind-beaten nights; No human presence, human sight or sound; drlm, silent land of wasted hopes, where they Who came for gold oft-times havo mad ness found; A bleating horror that foregathers speech, Freezing tho word that from the Up would pass, And sends tho herdsman groveling with his sheep, Fa co down and beast-IIko on the tram plod grass. The collies halt, the slow herd sways and reels, Huddled In fright nbovo tho low ravine, Whcro wild with thirst a herd unshop herded Beat up and down with something dark betw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

I 'I Y h -A h To The Shade By RICHARD From "A Poem ; Sacred to tho Memory of George Washington, LAto President," etc., written In the year 1800. "JfflXALTED Chief In thy superior I HI mind 1 11 What vast resources, what varl- ous talents Joined! Tempered with social virtue's milder rnys, There patriot worth diffused a purer blaze; Formed to command respect, esteem In spire, MIdBt statesmen grave, or midst the social choir, With equal skill the sword or pen to wield, In council great, unequaled in the field, Mid glittering courts or rural walks to please, Polite with grandeur, dignified with ease; Before the splendor of thy high renown How fade the glowworm lusters of a crown, How sink diminished in that radiance lost The glare of conquest, and of power the boast. Iet Greece her Alexander's deeds proclaim. Or Caesar's triumphs gild the Roman name, Stripped of the dazzling glare around them cast, Shrinks at their crlmo humanity ughast; With equal claim to honor's glorious meed See Att...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

- X , ..' p- r -A V To The Shade o! Washington By RICHARD ALSOP. From "A Poom; Sacred to the Memory of George Washington, Late President," etc., written In the year 1800. a HXALTED Chief In thy superior mind What vast resources, what vari ous talents Joined! Tempered with social virtue's milder rays, There patriot worth diffused a purer blaze; Formed to command respect, esteem In spire, Midst statesmen grave, or midst the social choir, "With equal skill the sword or pen to wield, In council great, unequaled In the Held, Mid glittering courts or rural walks to please, Polite with grandeur, dignified with ease; Before the splendors of thy high renown How fade the glowworm lusters of a crown. How sink diminished In that radiance lost The glare of conquest, and of power the boast. Let Greece her Alexander's deeds proclaim, Or Caesar's triumphs gild the Koman name, Stripped of the dazzling glare around them cast, Shrinks at their crime humanity ughast; With equal claim to honor's gloriou...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

r 1 t AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAoAAAAAAAAAAA I News from Over the State Itcnl IXutr- M Tho real estate men's convention ut Fremont Inst week called together delegates from all over tin; state and topics covering every feature of tlio real estate and rental business were touched upon. Itosolutions were ndopted favoring tlie passage of more stringent lawn for tlio protection of landloidH, encouraging building and loan associations, but condemning the tontine plan; favoring a national Ir rigation law, hut opposing tliu ko called compromise bill now before congress or any other bill that takes away the, actual control of water by the Btatc. The Torrens land system wan strongly Indorsed and a strong rcHolutlon wax adopted condemning tins owerHlck bill for the leasing of the vncnnt public lands to the cattle inen as a detriment to tlio best Inter ests of the state. Chancellor Andrews, of the statu university, delivered a masterly ad dress to the convention, ile spoke of the great change Hint had com...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

a y t ROLLER FEED MILL. How to ItlnUc One at Itnmu Which Not Only Uiiiim Kany Hut nt a Small Uxpcimc, I have used different kinds of feed grinders and have noticed thut the feed is mostly left in cubes and differ ent sized pieces with sharp edges, which does not digest as readily and easily as finely pulverized feed, such as old mill stones or the roller mills make. A very simple mill can be made with rollers that will not cost any more than the common farm grinder, and still do practlcnl work. L had one constructed which I used some time ago. The ro'lers were com posed of( two-inch pipe and gearing was used' from an old mower. These rollers were a little too small, but it ROL.LEII FEED MILL, did good work. It was run by a four horse-power. The rollers should be i six inches in diameter and from eight to twenty inches long, according to the amount of power at hnnd and the amount of feed to be ground. In the illustration, bb are the feed roller, n the hopper, c the main drive wheel, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 21 February 1902

j33C3X3ES53SJ rws; scs i..iV . .iiITnil iiiiij-ii ii'Tti t rtf i 'Atffimrffr V WESLEY H. CLARK Dealer In ills and Pumps, Tanks, Pipes, etc. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 'Phone calls answeied promptly. NKM MIA. NKIJ11 Sn TIME TABL Nemaha, Nebr. XjImciiIii Omuhii Chleittto Ht. .loHoph aCariHHH City Ht.H-outM and till I'olnlH JCriMlmiU Mouth Dcnvop . 1 ruloiia Xltilttt Hull IjiiUt) City I'orllmul Snu irnuioiMoo jYnclnlliPoliitH VoHt IHAINH LEAVE AH rOLI.OWH.' No. 117 IMHKoiiKt'i.diitlyi'xi'uplHiHi iliiv. lor Ti'ruirmoh, llimtrlro, Ilolclrcije mill nil points wi-m 0:10 n in No.DSl'iiHMi'iiisiir, dully ttxccptHmi liiy, for NiiliniNlcii City, t'hlcnj;" , mid nil polnjH norlli ami oust li3Sp in No ll: liOriil fruluht, Tuesilnvc, 'I humility ami Hutu id ay. for llo iililcn anil lnturiiii'illiiti)Htfttloiii..l:OOp m No. HI Looul frnluht, MoiuIut" WpiIih'hiIiuh mill KrliliWH.for No. lir Hlui Oily mid liiterini'illiitu otnlloiiH 11:30 p in No,llfl-Iocftl frolulil, ilnlly except Huniliiv, for Atrlilnoti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 February 1902

CyC JGCa! pelfalta jftteftijel y VOLUME XLV1 NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1902. NUMBER 86 "SI! fff'ff4Jf3fjff'f'f43f5ff5fff'f'f'f)f5ff)ff'f)ff'fJ-'fff'f4)f)f'f4)f i kfi-A: GILBERT & M- CANBLESS Have Just received a. large stock of the latest styles In Dress Goods Prints Dry Goods Notions Boots Trunks, Valises, etc. You are Invited to call and see them. and a complete stock of Fresh Groceries Also u large assortment of etrxdi Shoes GILBERT & M CANDLESS 1902 Wall Paper AT Hill's Drugstore Elmer E. Allen took advantage of the legal holiday lust Saturday, closed the bank and went to Auburn. $ Local News 8ee II T Hill for Ore Insurance. Bob Bucher went Jto Graf Wednes-. day. v 4i Oscar Devorss visited Humboldt friends last week. The Advertiser and the Cbicage In ter Ocean for $1.40 We understand there are 22 cases of smallpox in Stella. There is not a case of smallpox in Nemaha or yicluity. George Lewis, of Shubert, was a Nes maha visitor Monday. Thirty Plymouth Uock c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 February 1902

'--' s,c-jucMfir '". ; & THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDI5UH, Ptil.lMior. NEMAHA, " -" - KISIIItAHKA. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Mioulilii't (Jive It Awnr Mrs. Alary Smith, of Philadelphia, claims to be 100 yearn old. There ii no rciiRon why she should give It awny, unless she deslreH to show tlio effect of renewing husbands. She hud (our iu her day. A ('oliielitcnco. It was a mere coincidence Hint on tlic day tlic steel trust announced Ita profltB for nino montliH an $84,000,000 the census bureau announced tlio 'population of the United States and their possessions us 81,000,000 hoiiIn. The trust did not fix on a dollar a beard nH its profits. Aron of Korrnt IIi'hjttp. According to the annual report of the United Statea geological survey, tho nrcan of all the forest reserves ninount to 70,0 17 square miles. These, 87 in number, lie in Wnfdilngtoii, Ore gon, California, Mont una, Wyoming, Utah, Colorndo, New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho and South Dukota. Annoying Mtlurutlon IllorUoil. Afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 February 1902

y Y 1 y BLOWS IN SENATE. Tillman and UcLiurin, of South Caroline, Have Vicious Encounter. rtio DLernnoful AtTu r Followed Clmrgea by Tlllm.ui and ttin Calling of Names by ftleljiiirln Ovnr it Duli.ito on tliu riilli)plni'H. Washington, Feb. 21. Tho senate on Saturday listened to tho furewell address of Washington, which was read by Senator Burrows, of Michi gan. Senator Lodge, of Massachu setts then presented a mcmorlnl for a constitutional amendment to enable congress to enact laws regarding tho hours of labor in the various states. When the routine, business was con cluded Senator Tillmun, of South Carolina, resumed ids speech in oppo sition to the pending Philippine tarilt bill, in the course of which lie mnde some remarks rellecting on his col lengile, Senator Mcl.aurin. McLnurin arose nnd said that Tillman's Btn le nient regatding liitn was a "willful uml deliberate and malicious lie." Tillman jumped over chairs und struck McLnurin in tho face. A vicious encounter ensued, Both ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 28 February 1902

. . ywwt''im!'rmymBimmirvwrwr,. "11" rilMT MrfiMrafwa THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDKItS, Publisher. NEMAHA, NEBRASKA. THE KNITTERS. All hall to the little brown fingers ., That pull the first blossoms of life, And hall to the strong hand that lingers To calm tho hot pulses of strife! But where, with the last light caressing Their thin silver tresses, they nit, Our hearts call down favor and blessing Upon tho old ladles that knit. Their hands have long slnco dropped the burden That nge made too heavy to bear, And pence and repose aro tho guerdon That follows long labor and care. Ambition has burned down to embers; Hopes outgrow the old nest and lilt. Alono with the lovo that remembers Thuy sit by the llresldo and knit. Where now Is the full mending-basket, Not empty ono day In the year? Bpcuk gently and low us you ask It, Lest tho dulled our bent neur you should hear. For the children have grown and departed, The work of the daylight Is gone; In tho twilight of llfo, tender-hear...

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