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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

fty mm VQLUM1S XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, .1898. NUMBER 4.1 (jr&0 W o vn U'T -f .Local 1ST ews. Next Sunday Ih Faster. Good prospects for fruit. Garden making Ih now t lie rage. Mrs. Fuii bunU lor lino millinery. Additional local news on the Ittfet Pge. ' , Today U Good Fnduy potato plant ing day. The protracted meetings at theChrls tian church still continue. - .1 t !! 1 Irvln HadlocK is working in thy bar ber shop at Ilowothis Week. Nebraska City Leader Hour lakes the lead, bold iy S. Gilbert & Son. Frank Burgess litis rented Put Mc. Gun j 'a larm lor the ensuing year. I. i flndlock came in from Johnson lust Friday, returning the next day. Win. Bant- is Very sick vlth ulcera tion of the stoinauh. His condition is oiiticul. Jim Burns is building a bam 00x70 feet for John Quinn. of Bedford pie- ClliCt, On account of the storm no services were held at either church last Sunday evening. Born Stihirday morning, April 2nd, to Mr. and Mis Dick Chambers, tin 8 pound g...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. SANDICIIH, PahUiher. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA, W4.XJ.4.AXA4.J.AXJ.XXAXXJ..4.XJltf r APRIL 1 898. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Vcd. Thur. Frl. Sat. 3 To" IV 24 8 U 18 12 13 15 f I 9 26 20 27 22 25 28 29 30 fTTfvfwvri:rYtvTTTV'rfT".'' THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Hows. WASHINGTON NOTi:S. Ahbibtant Skuhktauv Wkhstkh I)a VIH Hindu mi importiint decision, over ruling1 tliu notion of II. Clny Eviuis, lioiniiilhsionui' of pensions, in liis ru ccnt order thnt clnlms for increase of peiision.s will not be considered within 12 months from lust action. .Secretary Davis sai's Unit pensioners have a right to apply for tin inereasu of pensions when they believe themselves entitled thereto, and no discrimination should be made against them substantially tiflectlnfj their rights. Tin: navy department at Washing ton on the oUtli received a dispatch stating that two armored cruisers and a torpedo boat destroyer hud left Carthagena. Spain, but their destina tion was nn known. Srcm:...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

I- THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER ' YT. W. SANOKItS, FablUher. .- NEMAHA, NEBRASKA A SONG OF HOME. I've wandered north and south; In many lands I've been, But one small spot alono Am I contented In. And there the rosea bloom, And thcro the ilulsles nod For home, my humble home, f I thank the gracious Qod. The glory of the enst, The splendor of the west, The pomp of prince nnd king, ' Aro but a hollow Jest. Give mo the sunny stream, The green and fragrant sod For home, my happy home, I thank the kindly God. The rain upon the roof. Tho robin In his tree, And simple fare and health, And peace and liberty What greater boon to ask, Had I a Merlin's rod? For home, my pleasant homo, I thank the gentle God. Moreover, at my side, When singing, full of cheer, Tho blessed wife of youth With deepest love I hear, I fancy more and more My paths are angel trod! For home, my Joyful home, I thank the living God. Chicago News. muiiiiXiUimiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiUiirV. CLEW BY Or, An Interrupted Current. BY HOWA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

;i THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER - m . W. TV. 8ANDBIIH, rnblUbar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. WHEN I MOTHER ROCKS BABY. don't know much 'bout mufclo and the Klncln' what is fine. To raise a tunc ut jncotln' Isn't any trado o' mine; A plain old hnllcluyah I could never carry through, " Fur nil tlio hymns J'm knowln wouldn't make but very few. I Dover teched a pinny nor a nddlo and a bow; I even don't try whlstlln much of. less It's mlRlity low; And yet a restful fcclln In my eoul begins to creep When mother rocks the baby nnd Is sing- In' it to sleep. It ain't no timo that'B rcg'lar, with tho po'try words to match, But llko tho bees that's hummln' In tho bloomln' clover patch, It's sweet an' low mid soothln and It mnke.s mo kinder seem As If 1 was as a'ry as a jilctur In a dream. Jt takes mo off a drlftln' und a drlftln' till I feel As If tho winds were music and thar wasn't nothln' real It Jf st nln't no use tryln from a dozln' fur to keep t When mother rocks tho baby and Is sing In' It to sleep. H...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

i l ik 1VERY face in boam- ing, Every step Is light, .All the world Is beautiful From merry morn till night. The little streams are dancing And flashing, Just for fun, And Joyfully to meet the sea, Tho mighty rivers run. .'.And twice ten thousand flowers, And twice ten thousand morn. Jvre wnking In the lonesome woodB And hy the cottage door. To count the Easter lilies Is more than you or I Can hope to do the long day through How hard soe'er we try. 32very faoo Is beaming, Every step Is light, For o'er tho threshold Easter slipped At waning of the night, And lltllo birds are singing Ukc mad for Joy of life, And all the hours, In sun and showers, "With brimming Joy are rife. Uplift the songs of Easter, Let none to-day be still, "When this great world Is like a cup That flowers overfill, When blossoms deck the orchnrd, And boughs nre pink and white, And winds go by, like wings that fly, From merry morn till night. -Margaret E. Sangster, In Youth's Com panion. Two Easter Bonnets II, HEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

WWB SPEECHES ON CUBA. .'Four Senators Deliver Addresses on the All-Absorbing Topic. tltntlny Wants Inforiu-ttloii About tlin Wnr Alftifliirim mill Siiya Ho I UiiwItlliiK to Walt for Negotiation wltli tho IlHtl'lllTA of Hpalll. Wahiii.voto.v, April f. It was frank ly und openly charged in tho sunuto yesterday by Senator Perkins, of Cali fornia, in a kuL speech, tliat Spain was responsible for tins Maine disaster, as it had been brought, about by Spanish -machinations and Spanish treachery. Tho speech of Senator Perkins was only one of four prepared addresses upon thu Cuban question delivered in the senate yesterday. Senator Clay, -of Georgia, while hoping for a peace ful solution of thu problem thu coun try is now facing, declared strongly in favor of independence of the Cubans und pledged to thu administration the loyal support of thu south, which, in thu event of war, would have to bear thu brunt of thu conlliut. Senator Perkins took substantially the same grounds and his vigorous ...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

WBf s- U V L K i BREAD, POTATOES and MILK. He Lived on A Dyspeptic's daily diet. Dyspepsia U one of the not prevalent of diseases. Thousands of people suffer from ft hi n more or less ncRfavatcd form. 1'cw diseases arc more painful to the individual or more far reaching in their effects on human life and happiness. What the dys. peptic needs is not local treatment, not mere temporary stimulus. The real need Is the toning up of the entire system. I'or. tify the system and it will do its own fiiiht. I UK, and promptly eject any intruding disease. The success of Dr. Aycr's Sarsa parilla in curing indigestion and dyspep sia is due to just this ciuality which It possesses, of renewing the vital forces, repairing tlie waste and loss of the body. The ordinary treatment brings the food down to the level of the weak stomach. Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparllla puts strength Into the stomach, and brings it up to the level of the strong food fit for men. It docs this by strengthening the entire svstem The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 8 April 1898

iirer.- "UW.'g'.v.aTaic nrwar-yaTtrto &KXK&w)KrrTarniTWwmarrBirrm&rrkafxnMiT -"i WI-JU" "HJ w rTRTTyyrrwWwwjwvAi,ajau.Jw;aryvg. mkkmha f f3 ff! Ms2 ssrgsaiaasaiiasggBsga ft.? i:um YJHIUI. All MVt ti s. Wi Best Coiuih fctfrup. TfcMca UxxJ. Uoo IC1 IhII.., ,.l. I.. ,l...Mnll U Mothers! fmm iri in 11 mi'. pMU IIT UlUKHirni The Nebraska Advertiser If. W. S.lJ'lifltH rultllnhtr. MJRSUJIIl'TION, - Sl..r)U 1'KK YKAIt FRIDAY, AIMUL 8, 1808. 7 P P P ? jpgSi fxutftaj oou cisi sa via a r'& ViaS 1 H. V. W. KEELING, 5SKMAI1A OlTY, NeIHIAKA. Odlce Hrwt door aoutli of Park hotel W. W. SAWDERS, Noiarv : - s N-nmaha City, Kob. PLASTERER Amm mill AKillto work u Hpi-Hult.x . 'li. Ntim Imllt. I'lipi-r lliinuliii;, ICuUoiiilnlnu hmiI WMtoWHchliiK donu. I.iiv prUts, All tvml; wnri'iiiilnil, Kcrkcr & Hoover, zmzeTXts Highest price? jmlil for IiIiIcm, laid, Inilow giiuio, Hr NHMAMA CITY, NISUItASKA. J. L. M13LVIN, M. D., I'll. I)., PIYSICIIII ARD SOBGEOH CMMCIMAi-liEH: UlscnHfHof lli Hl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

dfrnslm Mdvertim. VOLUME XLII NEMAHA, NEB11ASKA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1898. NUMBER 42 m i jf wf ( I' V V h & i K Local 3STews. It i allied Tuesday. It rained nearly all day Tuesday. Mrs. Falrbank for fine millinery. The school Is having u vacation this week. Fine indications for a big fruit crop this year. Miss Minnie Elliott visited Auburn Thursday. Judge Broady. of Lincoln, was in town Thursday. It was cold enough to freeze a little Wednesday night. M. II. Taylor hau had an iron roof put on his residence. Col. Joe Harper, the Shubort rustlor, was in town Thursday. Birl Hoover has had ah iron roof put on the west part of his grocery, Nebraska City Leader Hour takea the lead. Sold by S. Gilbort & Sou. Harry McCandless shipped five cars of corn to Burlington Wednesday. Bev. Mr. and Mrd. C. II. Gilmoro were down from Brownville Tuursi day. As it did not rain Easter, some of our weather prophets are predicting a drouth. HEADACHE BUICK1A" CURED. Dr. Davis'Anti-Headacho never fails....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISES YT. W. 8ANDKKS, Voltlliliar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA '. , . . . - - - ij..4.xxJi.xA.VJuxJ.XJ.xxj.xj.xj.x.LX APRIL 1898. Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wod. Thur. Frl. 8 10 11 25 12 13 15 J6 17 19 26 20 27 22 23 30 24 28 29 ?TfTffTrffTTTTfTffTTTf' THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary of tho Dally Nows. 1VASIIINHTOX NOTKS. I'kkhidk.nt MoKini.kv did not send a muHmitrit to innirrHH on tho 0th as Gull. ...V.,w..r,wrn - - .( Leo informed him he could not got all . the Americans out of Cuba and if tho mnuutwr. tvim ennf iii wiilln 1nv wim ' i.iunni.uu miiii iiut.v .....aw -..w. ..w.w in tho island ho could not answer for their lives. Another reason, also, for holding back tho message was that news had been received that tho queen regent had taken tho Spanish-American trouble Into her own hands and all the demands of President McKinley wore lilcely to be conceded and there would bo no war. Tin: navy department at Washington has received Innumerable requests from newspapers throughout tho country f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

V h V h POSTAL REVENUES INCREASE. Money Order iiml Stump Tniiiauetlonn for tho l'at Otmrter Mnlcn the llrcuteat (lulu on Kecortl. Washington, April II. The money order transactions of tho post oilloe de partment for the qutirtcr ended March 31, 1808, increased to an unprecedented extent. During the corresponding quarter of 18!)7, (5,500,000 money ordora came into the auditor's oillce as vouch ers from the paying postmasters, rep resenting in amount tiboub 550,000,000. During the same quarter this year tho number of money orders increased to over 8,000,000, with a corresponding in crease In cash represented. Tho ledger accounts with 72,000 postmasters huvo just been closed for tho quarter nded December 31, 18!)7. Tho footings show a wonderful increase in tho postal revenues for that period In tho item of stamps sold, which covers almost totally all postal receipts, the comparison stands as fol lows: Quarter ended December 31, 1800, 820,480.808.15; quarter ended Decombor 31, 1SD7, 22,...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

V. THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER TV. 8ANDKRH, rablUhcr. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA- FIREWORKS OF THE FIELD. Firefly, firefly, but a twinkle, floating by, nometlmcfl burning In thubushefl,80tnetlmcfl gleaming In tbo nky, Llko a glcnrn from a dream, or a fragment of Hunbcam, Sparkling spangles on tbo dnrkncoa wlilcli llko golden Ingots acorn. Winking llgbt, In tby flight, Bwlft winged mngnct of tlio night, Dost thou know, flmtill electrician, thou hast left man out of sight? Flamo ho fleet, lacking bent, thou canst endlcns repeat What our best Inventors covet and hcoIc for, to bo beat. Now confess, mlto or less that thy secret may bless How thy flickering flame Is kindled minus money or distress; How thy clear and steady lamps burn through rains ind dowy damps, Till tbo meadows pearled with molsturo look llko countless lighted camps. Dost thou over cross thy wlrefl, dost thou slngo by tby own fires, Dost thou ring a flro alarm when thy small flamo to rise aspires? Dost thou havo to bo "put out" when ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

y u P t r THE GRAND OLD MAN. Public and Private Life of William Ewart Gladstone. Itcmnrknhly Lone nnil Ilrllllnnt Ca reer That Mnrku Ouo of tho Grcntent Men of the Nine teenth, Century. Special Correspondence "flint William Ewart Gladstone, the greatest Englishman of the ctn tnry, is Hearing his end was an nounced recently in a short cable dispatch which stated that he had at length "stopped work." Ever since he resigned the British premiership to Lord Roscbcry in 1S93, Air. Gladstone has been a sufferer from neuralgia. A year or more ago It was claimed that he had lost his eyesight. This report, although exaggerated, was not without foundation, for ho has had more or less trouble with his eyes for at least live years, and in the performance of Ids literary work has had to rely upon stenographers and friends. Mr. Gladstone's last public utterance was made on St. Patrick's day, when lie sent a message to the Irish people which preached a moral and sent n thrill through every Irish pa...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

: jk'8..S weswtwiiji wittr. il i' ' m a The President Sends to Congress a Communication About the Situ ation Existing in Cuba. THE EFFORTS TO BRING ABOUT PEACE. Xvolly of Devastation Tlio Overture Mmlo Tim Starving CiibHtm Pod Proposi tion Mucin Prccci'lontA oti Recognition Tim Mitlnn Wreck Power Asked to Terminate) UontllltloA. Washington. April dont to-duy Hunt tho bnjjo to the congress 11. Thu prcsl following incs of thu United States: Obedient to Hint precept of tho constitution which commands the presldont to glvo from time to lime Hie congress information of the Hlnto of tho union und to recommend to their consideration kiicIi mciiHUroR ns ho shall Judgo necessary und expedient. It becomes my dutv now to address your body with regard to tho Knivo crisis tlmt has arisen In the relations of the United States to Spain by reason of tho wnrfaro that for more than three years has roged In tho neighboring island of Cuba. I do no becaum of tho Intlinnlu connection of tho Cuban (itiest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

X 1 A h p y , f A Nt CONGRESS AND CUM.- In the Senate Mr. Quay Presents Petitions and Makes a Speech. Bentitnr Itutlor Offer: n Itrnotutlon Author izing tlio President to Stop tho Wiir I.lttlo Intercut In tho Houso Outside of tho MosHnt;o. Washington, April 12. In the sen ate yesterday every available scat, both on the'iloor and in the frallcries, was occupied when Vice President ilobart's gavel called tho session to order. Scarcely had the senate been called to order when Senator Quay, of Pennsylvania, precipitated tho Cuban question by presenting some petitions and making startling comments upon them. He took tho strongest ground for immediate and impetuous action. "The people of the United States, in my judgment," said he, are pretty nearly unanimous that the time for negotiation upon tho Cuban question is past. Tho present is a case for neither pope, prelate nor pres byter. They believe that further negotiations mean further time for the concentration of tho Spanish naval forces...

Publication Title: Nebraska Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 15 April 1898

TOiqirww:',''''WilMi''-riw?J"'l'tl'u'IJ''''lw'''g; WH.WJ3MftCMt r-jwtz.ii')iAWixromgCTtHiii.i.iJUUumwiwa3 un&am OUrtLS WHlRfc ALL f LSt FAILS. BBt OourU Hynip. 'fasten Good. Uo El in uuio. sola nv aiwgixin. The Nebraska Advertiser W. W. NJUWHiltNi rubUihtr. I SUllSOHIl'TION, SI. 50 VVM YUAK )Il. W. W. KEELING, 2SKMAHA OlTY, NkBKAKA,. Ofllco first door south of Puilc hotel FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1808. W. W. SAWDERS, Notary : - : Public Nomaha City, Nob. i it nit sEJiuvinr, PLASTERER Acmo nml Anntlto work n NpooJulty. CIh tenia liullt, l'upcr lliuiKliiK, KiilNOinluliiu mill WhUowRBhliJB ilono. Low prises, All work wiirnuitml. Kerker & Hoover, Denier In Hiutiost prices paid for lildeH, Inrd, tnilow game, utu' NEMAHA OITY, NEHUASKA. J. L, MELVIN, M. D., Ph. I)., PHYSlGl&H&eiD SURGEQH SPECIAL! IKS: DIsonBCRof tlio Skin, DIh cascf o. Woinon nnd Clillilri-n Will promntiv ntiHwcr nil culls, cither day or nlnht. Olllco "i rcHldonae. "f.K. SHEEN, Donler In HARNESS I liavo a flrtit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

;v Me r4 tit l&PtlitZfW r'A' VOLUME XLI1 NEMAHA, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APRJL 22, 1898. NUMBER 43 MnMUMH"MMa . v y iU I i-i I r Local News. Cooler weather again Tuoaduy. Old papers for sale at this olllco, Mrs. Fairbank for flno millinory. Irvin Hadlock returned from IIowo Monday. T. W, Wheeler returned to Lincoln Monday. Major Ebbs was up from St. Doroln Tuesday. ' W, li, llartnon was in from Auburn Wednesday. James A. Wolfe- went to Crab Orchi ard Thursday. These cool nights uro rather hard on eaily garden truck. Mrs II. E. Williams drove up from Shubert Wednesday. S. Gilbert was putting out more shade trees Wednesday. Nebraska City Leader Hour takes the ead. Sold by S. Gilboi t & Son . ' Chas. Lindsey has moved into his residence west of the blacksmith shop. S. Gilbert & Son sell best printa at 5 cents per yard. Table oil cloth 15 cents per yard. Willie Yates visited his sister, Mrs, Maud Lemon, at St. Deroin, from Fri day until Tuesday. HEADACHE HU1CKLY CURED. Dr. Davis'A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER M- W. W 8ANDKRH, Fabllih.r. - NEMAHA, NEBRASKA THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dolly News, WASHINGTON NOTKS. Seciietaky Oacik sent a statement to the scnato that it wiih impossible to enforce the liquor law in Alaska, pub lic sentiment being against it. Ho said that 40 saloons did open business in Juneau, a town of less than 4,000 in habitants, while in Sitlca, which con tained less than 1,000 white inhabit ants, thcro wero 12 open saloons. A hkgent Washington dispatch said that the president and tho secretary of war had received offers of 1,000,000 volunteers. Tho patriotic tenders of service in tho event of war showed how deep was the feeling of tho people upon the subject of Cuban independence and their wish to bring tho Spnnlards to rotrlbutlon lor tho murder of tho crow of tho Maine. Tim lS5th anniversary of tho birth day of ThoratA Jefferson Was cele brated at Washington on tho 13th by a dinner given under tho auspices of tho National Association of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

fr V i h n & N' THE NEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. 8ANOKK8, Fnbllthar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. ALL THE GOOD WE CAN. If tho sunshlno never crept Into hovels dark and sad, If Its Glories never Hhono Save where everything was glad, If It scattered not Its beams Over hearts by Borrow chilled, "Would tho sunshlno do His will? Would Ita mission bo fulfilled? If tho roses nover bloomed Savo for gladsome eyes alone, If their beauty and their graco For tho weary never shone, If they never brought asmllo To tho waysldo passer-by, "Would tho roses do their task Whllo tho houra of summer fly? If tho birdies sang their Bongs Far from every listening ear, If they poured t'hopi not abroad All the earth to glad and cheer, "Would tho birdies' work bo dono Ero tho autumn breezes call? Ere tho gold and crimson leaves O'er tho grave of summer fall? If the sunshlno of our smiles Wo have scattered not afar, If our roses kindly deeds Bloom not whero tho lowly are, If our words of hope and Joy Never fall to bless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nebraska advertiser. — 22 April 1898

-Ai ., A,.' UiMtaiiMaiaMiijrMm0mmua9mMtu,gt . hi 'i m THE MEBRASKA ADVERTISER W. W. BANDKKH, FablUhar. NEMAHA. NEBRASKA. LITTLE TINY TOES. When the Shndow Olant Coiucb across tha land, Dropping Heeds of Blumber Prom lila dewy hand, Then tho household darling; Llttlo Tiny Toes, Crlce In winning accents, Ah to bed sho goes, Ero tho slumber blossoms All about her creop: "Turn an' tlss me, mammal Den mo'll bo toa'cep." Pretty llttlo sly-boots, Though she calmly lies, She's not always sleeping When sho shuts her eyes. ' Mamma may havo kissed her Many tlmen before, Yet you'll hear her pleading, Whllo her eyes once moro Through half-lifted eyelids O'er tho bedclothes peep: "Turn an' tlss me, mamma; Don me'll go to s'ecp." 60 the household darling, Llttlo Tiny Toes, Fights tho Shadow Giant Ere sho llndB repose; As tho tranquil twilight Slowly disappears, Pleads for good-night klssei. In tho mother's cars Bwcot, ah, sweet J tho drowsy Nestling's parting cheop: "Turn an' tlss mo, mamma; Den m...

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