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The Nebrask an -Hesperian
THE AMERICAN MAN WITH HIS
Buoyed up by every hope that nnimatos
The human breast ho stands erect and
Amidst the fertile emptre of his fields;
"Upon his face the light of promise like
The burnished sun; within his ar
The pent-up earnest for all future time.
Who built so wide and high the shell
Which holds his teeming brain! who
set his eyes
So wide apart? 'twas liberty, 'twas she
Who ran the wires of energy along
His sturdy legs and put the fires of
Like blazing torches in his lifted eyes.
Behold him as ho treads the loamy soil
With independence such as kings
The dawn to sound his reveille; the
To bring him peaceful rest; his only
The changing seasons as they come and
The gentle spring; the summer with
To woo the harvest, and that russet
The autumn with her rich rewards,
Old winter with her snowy months of
By every mark of toil , within his
By every bead of sweat upon his brow
The world may know he has the right
His honest bread and look to none for
He holds the keys to all the riches
Beneath the generous sod, and wider
He finds within the heart of nature
The secrets, ages long "have sought,
and-scans- p --
The heavens with "knowing eye to read
L.ike open pages of a printed Dook.
This man of "brawn and brain with up
Sees visions in the stars and dreams
That kiss the gates of God; with eagle
His strong Imaginings leap up the
And o'er the face of all the eaTth, and
Within her hidden mines, and yokes
The cheering comfort of a poet's song.
Nay, Markham, the sodden man you
"WaB never whelped beneath the float
Of yonder flag, but bred in empires
And crumbling to decay, whose waliB
Upon the craven nocks of slaves; but
Have reared a nation towering high
The -willing shoulders of such men as
As strong as rocks that rib this chang-
Nor all the blatant tongues of anar
chy, Nor tostored discontent, nor sorpont
Of oily 'demagogues, can move the state
fDeep ifounded on thlB mighty adamant.
William Heed Dunroy.
MR. KING'S ELECTION.
"We dip the following which -will 'be
of much Interest to our rcaOors:
"The Bchool board at its laBt meeting
itook up itho matter of the ouporlntend
ency for 'the coming year. Mr. Alibott
not being an applicant. J. J. King
was elected. Mr. King was at Cedar
Rapids some years ago and remained
three successive years. Since then he
has oeen attending school In the state
university. He Is one of the rising ed
ucators of the state and Albion can
congratulate herself on securing his
services." Albion Blade.
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and having read their advertisements
in our own and other papers we pur
chased a bottle to see how it would
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best medicine out for colds and coughs.
The Herald, Andersonville, Ind. For
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GIRL'S BASKET BALL GAME.
The last game of basket-ball of the
season will be played in the gymna
sium today at 2 o'clock. This is the
championship game between the first
and second teams, and will be a snappy
scientific game as the girls are all in
good condition after sever.il months of
A committee meeting of the regents
was held last Wcdnesdav.
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N. W. Cor. 12th and N Sts. Lincoln, Neb.
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