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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1896)
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... . . , , , . Bryan 260 to 157
OiereK victory in defeat j Knag w t, 4
The temperature of affections is not
ahvavs indexed bv the thermoinetric reg
ister in the library.
I'v'U labored long in many a tight;
IVe, lain full many a wiivJ;
lve som the triumph of the right.
The wrong with groans expirnj
Bnt now it seems- in ripened 3 ears.
When age hoiiM taketf hor crown.
I'm soaked in big renmrful tears.
Ami Habit; to drown?
That is. I would, bnt fruity fr.-akvc
ln-t in' their frigid ml
Huge gtaeiers run down m rlo-eks.
And iuk into mj heai t "
- hiT I -it. r-frn'i tdl.
l'ltmcd heart ami ouI to ire.
In atn I pu-h m trenchant inil!
A thattklev aerdiee.'
t)h, good .John tircdiM. poke up 3 our lira
xu -hovel in the coal
For- e the mercury up higher
And thaw my frozen sul;
Or I -hall ask Herr Devil4 in
With nil hw smoky crew
Then warm things, up for me, John,
Or I'll make it hot for 30110.
Analytical key to above: I. Why does Charley
say this at this timeT Observe Char ie's pugilistic,
tendencies. Nit a string .J Note Cliarley'.s
broad experience Note his meekness now. C.
A vivid plot un T N-te his helpless coudition,
Alliteration -'. Hun aloitly Charlie uses slang!
W. Observe bigness of heart N'otf Ins materi
alistic views flopping out. li Charlie despairs.
IA Chief tmgineer of University Kngine House .J.
Cjhicf engineer of Hades. 16. Charley grow,s pug
uauiotis tWrite out a careful aualy-U noting all
literary otTeuts .)
(The following Euclidean proposition
was found on the reverse side of a roll of
ancient parchment upon which was
written an exquisite love-story of prehis
toric Greece. The rare literary produc
tion was entitled Nieodsamus. )
When is a sheet of papyrus less than
twite as wide as half its width I
When one edge i$ nearer the middle
than the other.
A SKNIOK'S SUMMER VACATION
A MONTH BV T1IK SEASIDE.
In l-'our Chapters
VlltbT WEEK .
Chloris dear littl- heart!
You know I love, you;
For me. among all lovejy maids
U none above you
Chlnris, dear little iieart!
Bertha. dear hazel eyes!
(Jive car to 1113 heart cries:
Vill you lii mine?
Bertha, dear Im.el eyes!
Laura, my lily fair!
How I adore you!
For gentle sweet loveliness.
None stand buforo you.
latum, my lily fair.
Mehitabel, my dai ling.
Your auswi r 5s received.
'At lirt by yours s-ineerely.
, Tho news was scarce-believed.
You say that you will have me!
For weal or woe as well -A
happy man you've made me.
My own Mkihtabki. ! ! u
A PRIVATE TUTOK
Melimly's tutor umno at last,
One wht eoul 1 fully suit her
In languages his fame was vast:
Indeed they said that lione surpassed
Moiiudy's ijija -
She learned in one slforT week so fast.
In languages as high as ten.
Could say, "I lovu, thou lov'sl," ami then -
Her pa's a number 'le.veu bolder
Over the threshold swiftly passed
Melindy's tin or.
Prince, eveiy e'en when Knrtli'ti o'ereast
With Night's dark mantle cornea ft u'1
Under her bower: a in tho past.
Huppy hi heart if he bo classed
F.H.Peters, 1024 0 street, jeweler.
Diamond rinsjcs made to order.
Seventy-five cents payi"?$fe Ks"
perms from, now until the end of the
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