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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 30 January 1858

TsTOp-Il -Krai ITChr .The cfiScc.otTKi K jrxA, ( faraiakM witk'a wsnpUte; aaaorttan & hc iWesV 'ifcJ of Type, Borden; Floiui8aCnts?Xaraa,i'ajiey" Papers, Colorsd Inks Bret., ensiling tha ,. proprietor to print CiJKXiaa3,CAia, Cxarnclrta" cr Stocx, Pkkm, Foams and all other 'kinds of Jo Pniyrrse,' in a .mannef nasnrpaased in tha eountary. Particular attention paid to printing all kinds of .Blanks." Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied "with CiStjl "fix csostoVfs onr motto, ""-r - r " . i TiziiBTvo DoUart ftr anmm',ia mdvanee. . :J Rates of Advertising. 7 . 7irt insertaon, per-line, ten- cents; 'each rabse mt Insertion five cents; one dollar a line, per trn. Displayed advertisements one-half over U'SL rates. All transient and foreign adrer tisemenU must be accompanied by the cash, to in Ure insertion., . - . THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER." By P. B. Plumb. EMPORIA; KANZAS, JAOTTillY 30, 1858. yoL.lNX31, tf x; - ' a r rr n a tillil r v 111 Jl 1 The Kanzas News. sATURDAY...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 30 January 1858

This Kaiizas News; P.B.PtTJilB; 1 ti Proprietor mad Editor; Ttf'J jtlfrtOXj t Correpmtog Editor. KANZAS;- 8 JLTUSD AYst:: JTA2C UAIiy '301858. W. F, 31; Asiy who has been for some weeks past in JVaahington, for the -purpose of tee earing the establishment of mail routes and the appropriation 'of land for railroads in Kanzas, arriredin Lawrence on' Wednes day erezung. -H , reports' that there, is an. oh doubted majority m both Houses of Cob gresfin favor of the admission of the Le compton Constitution. If ,thi3 be true, our admission .under ihat Constitution is only a question of: time, unless something should occur to change the opinion of,-members of Congress. The "Republicans can stave off the final question tor tnreemontns, or longer,- necessary,; and will do so. " JfTin the mean -timer the people of .KanxaV uld manage- to have a Constitution., framed un der" an act of the Territorial Legislature, and send it to "Washington, "the effect would un doubtedly be trood.. " We understa...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 30 January 1858

sATIJBDAY:::;K:rJAJfUAEy 30, ;. - i ;Term" of Snlscrilftio;f ; p5tr jw. (aaat Tcmty -:. '..'":-. - ?. Rate of AdYertislng. ' . It u; cm dolUr a li. pw - Oa. foartt Aolama VU Ont half U tbtet mot.. 11 ; i bu.. JW. . an teaa ' Single eople of Tkx Niws in WTafpers for sale at thU office, at five tent fx eopy. ; , V .. J Buss DwiKArrosw fur filing, for sale at this office . , , T ,J " ' . ifaate at tiii 6 fi5eiA few eof da of srood 2 feet ia length, on subseriptioW ' V"' .. Eev- Q-C'lloTse will delirr discourse at the EmpQria House,' on Sunday, tbe 7th ' cf February, on tbe following subject :- Tfio RrKlp- tW whole'or none of iuV . "All are invited to attend. ,Tbe town meeting on last Saturday night to consider tbe subject of building a Town Hall, was well Attended aad the right fcir.d ' of spirit evinced. After some prelimina ry business the meeting adjourned tVj. yes- ' i-i i OL Ldo suoc. were laaeu, hu ui?r uusmtss transacted. 1 Tbe meeting adjourned to meet again next Friday evening...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 30 January 1858

The, Kajizas" lews. ATUSDJLsusrJAWI7AIlY 30, 1 tat. ., 'Far TnIiixu5m n . "Wliat Cheer f . . , " n tm cBTuin. What cheer f Em morning ope'd Iter paly gates And night and darkness fled far, far away t -, Aad hare the fearful shadows, dim and dark That ever haunt the night, now eanght th ray t i . 1 "What ehaer T I ask of thee, grim sentinel, Who stand'st forever on yon towering height - In sin's tent eonfliet that on ia raging, "WhTI gain the victory, Darkness or radiant light? Whataheer? I Lor and Faith and Hope to reign, And Envy, Self, and Hatred be dethroned ? Is human life to wear the garb of Troth, And fallen rnan be stamped as Heaven's own ? .What cheer? What signs are there of coming day! The clouds hang lowering black in this dark vale. The eye of faith grows dim with watching long, 'And fainting hearts breathe prayers of no avail! ' "What cheer T O watchman on yon towering height, - Can'st catch no gleam to cheer the dark'ning world? Or hare the Sons of Light sheathed their...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 6 February 1858

T HE KANZAS N EW S ; PaSSsW Iwj -Srfariiy fcmtl fepmviaas, 7,330 7V IWiar jr io, w mdmwer. Rates of Advertising. : first insertion, per line, ten cent; each eubse floent insertion, five cents; one. dollar a line, per nnam. Displayed advertisement one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisents mast be accompanied by the cash, to in lore insertion. . - - JOB PBINTIHOr; ' .v. ... -; , vf The. oSc of Thx Ktxus . 5rw is farahed with a' complete assortment of the newest tkyfcx of Type, Borders, Floarishea, Cuts, Cards, Faney Papers, Colored Inks, Bronie,:Ae, enabliagtJw1 proprietor to print Cisccioxs, GiXM, CzatmcArx ' or Stoc, Dxxas, Posrtas, and all other loads of : Job Parrrrso, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. Particnlar attention paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to whea accompanied with CUfiB.JEx-. THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CON QUE K.' By P. B. Plumb. EMPQBIA, KANZAS, FEBETTiRY 6, 1858. VoL.lNo.32. cxLsioa" is our motto. l...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 6 February 1858

PJU PLUMB, : ;: Propr.ie.tBr and Editor. JUSTOX: : CorrespoBdiBS Esfitor. i 1 ... ; : .-. .. : " --. 8ATDBDAY:i:::FEBRCABY, 198. - A Uiggeivin th.e7o6dLPil?.,!7! 1 ' "ThScmmiUee "appointed by theXegisla ture to investigate " the frauds of the two cc lions' held on 'and under the Lecompton swindle, hare at last achieved something tangible.' ; On Saturday, last a subpoena was nerved, on Calhoun's chief clerk, Gen Mae Lean, which required him to appear before, the committee with the returns of those elections; 'llacLeaa appeared and swore positively that these returns were not in his possession,.. he', having a deli rered them on Thursday "to a man from Platte county, Mo., who was sent' by.Gea. Calhoun for them. - -On if on day the committee " having re ceived positive information . of the wherea bouts of the returns, procured the issuing of a search warrant : by the Judge of the Eduglas1 County Probate Court. . The war rant' was placed . in the hands of Sheriff "Walker, and on Tuesday...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 6 February 1858

Atp G5L sATLTBDYun:f:FEIJRUAIlY 6, 1838. Terms of Subscription. V - Rate of Advertising. . I lime. te m emeli ntqaet inert. . ... Mlut lirn.. fmr tuw. Ou fomrtfc Mluu zTtir"- i o.. T. - AHtra- 1 O i I ' " t i Single copies' of The News in -wrappers fia-sale ,t this office t five cent per copy. , . . , ;. k - '" -- . Biask DmctARATJojw for filing, for sale at this office. , , , y.V- ' ir anted at this Office--A few cords of wood feet n length, en subscription. ; ' ., .'4 -i To Persona in the Bast who intend Em - igrating to the West. We venture to address a few words to those who' are looking westward from the crowded East, and intending to emigrate during the coming spring. We shall speak more particularly of Kanza3 and its advan tages over other portions of the Great West, that are now open for settlement ; and also of the advantage which the cause of Free Labor will derive from an immediate pos session of the new Territories by tho labor ing classes of the North. The battle betwee...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 6 February 1858

The Kdhzas News. iATUBDAT::nsnsFEBBUABY 6, 1858. The Earthquake at Bapies. 1 The London Times' Naples correspond ent writes : We are just recovering from a fright occasioned dj several awmi snocKs oi an etrtiquaie on the night of the 16th. They were undulating, and lasted several seconds, but were so violent as to cause the be lis to tin' and the walls of every house to swing - backwards and forwards visibly. Many (.thousands of persons passed the night in the streets and many in their carriages, the worses oi wmca were lajcen out. xrom eleven o'clock until nearly two o'clock in the morning, I walked through the crowded streets, where every indication of fear ex isted, k ires were lighted at almost every hundred yards, and ' hundreds of people were grouped around them. As a spectacle it was most remarkable, but the fear of the inhabitants was very great, and it is not , easy to forget the violent causes which gave rise to it. No one remembers such severe shocks, and as the disasters...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 13 February 1858

TT.Hjs !,K .NS NEWS: , srsr,',,. s- -iixaacaBr r.r j ' : Xixk--rin'Doflflr per raum, u advancr. , , ; ! Rales of Advertising; '" J Firt insertion, per line, ten eenU; each- subse ijaent'insertion five cents; one dollar 'line, per oinnn-J D5p3y. advertisements one-half over the abore rates.."-All transient and foreign .adver tisements mut be aceopjpanied by the cash, Icin gs insertion. . , ... , -r-... ... T P7JQB PRINTING. r I - The f5c of-Tas Klszam Hfgrwt is furnished with , complete assortment f the newect. styles Typ?InJs;,rijrUhef , Cote, CardsFanej Papers, Colored Inks, Bronse, o., enabling the proprietor to print Cifct-jjup, Qaas, Crrrancins or Stock, Deeds, Postms, and all other kinds of ' 'MTHE,,PEOPLE 'ALM.S.!CONQUER,.M- r. JoA: Puxroio; ia 4 manner unsurpassed in the country Particular attention paid, to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to rhea accompanied -with Cash. Ex- By P. R-Plumb. ; ",3QB!KZ$r iTRHARY.,13,,1858. ; 'Z Ypti lSTa 33: CELa...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 13 February 1858

The Kanzas News. P.'B. PIUSBj t : t Proprietor aad Editor. Iti J. HIIfTO?r, t : CorresponiBS Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: SATURDATrnFJSBRUARY 1 Z, 1 We have received no information as to the action of the Legislature in regard to count j boundaries, or as to whether they hare pro vided for a census and new election in the disfranchised district The Constitutional Convention meets at 'Minneola", the fourth week in March. . We do not know the time provided for holding the election or the ex act apportionment for delegates, although we. believe thi3 county is entitled to three. ' i ';. v Kanzas in Washington. ' The President having received a certified copy of the Lecompton Constitution, has transmitted it to Congress, with a Message ' recommending its passage. -We shall pub lish it next week. Various opinions are ex pressed by the Washington, corespondents of the Eastern journals as to Jh probabili ty of the success of Lecompton. .The cor respondent of the .N. Y; - Courier and "En- xuirer...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 13 February 1858

Tlie Kanzas, . News. gX::t:::FEDRUARY 13, 1858. Terms of Sulwcription. : i its 5r t" - ........ , m .. -- Bates of Advertising. . r- ijerti. Pr Be. fWqwmt iuertioa. ' ,r" Jnr a per MMMmm. Oh fnk ctlrai " ..Jtlu. fix -. ri 0 rr. . 0klf '" rr ; ix J m; w S AH tr- Single copies of The Nevs in wrappers for tale .taU office, at five cents per copy. jju5 Dcuuu")X for filing, for ale at this oSxt-. ... ' Wanted at this Office. A few cords of wood 2'i ft in length, on subscription. A Town HalL The projectqf erecUnga Town Hall in Em poria, which has been agitated by the citi Zens for a few weeks past, has met with tuch success as to ensure the erection of the Hall at an early day. The necessity of a public building which would answer at the same time as a place of meeting for pub lic assemblies, a place of worship, amuse ment, &c, has long been felt, and we are hd to know that this want will soon be supplied. Although enough stock has been taken to ensure the erection of the Hall, there ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 13 February 1858

i V ! ATXJRDAYu:u:::FEBRUABY 13, 188 ". 1 -' . Prom the National Era. The Love Knot. " ' XO&A PXSBT. . " ' Tying her bonnet under her chin, ; -. She bed her raven rinekta in, --. Bnt not alone in the silken mare .i' Kd she catch her lovely floating hair, -, ; For tying her bonnet under her ehin, -. 7 She tied young man's heart within. ' . . Thev -were strolline together nr the hilL And it blew the earls a frolicsome race, -All over the happy, peach-colored faee, Till, scolding aaa laughing, she tied them in, Under hex beautiful dimpled ehin, . And it blew a color, bright as the bloom '- Of the pinkest fuschia's tossing plume, ' .' ; All over the cheeks of the prettiest girl (' ' .That ever imprisoned a romping eurl. Tied a young man's heart within. " Steeper and steeper grew the hill Madder, merrier chiller still The western wind blew down and played. . The wildest tricks with the little maid, As, tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied a young man's heart within. . Oh, wester...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 20 February 1858

THE KANZ AS NEWS: PablisW Every Satsrfaj'larain', it Emporia, Eaaias, Tk Dollar per mnnum, in mdvancr.' - Rates of Adertiis. first insertion, per. line, ten cents; eaeh subse nwnt insertion, five cento; one dollar a line, per annum.' Displayed advertisement one-half over the above rate. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. ' ' ' '.' JOB PRINTING. The oSce of The Kaxxas News is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest style of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronte, fcc, enabling the proprietor to print Ciscclazs, Caws, CxanricAns or Stock, Deeps, Postxxs, and all other kinds of Job Paivrnco, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. .Particular attention paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. Ex ciLsioa" is our motto. . THE PEOPLE ALWAYS COXQUER. By P. B. Plumb. EjMPOBIA, KAjSTZAS, FEBEUAEY 20, 1858. Yol.1-No.34. THE ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 20 February 1858

The-'Kanza's News. IVIJ. PLTJ3IB, i : : Proprietor' and; Editor. Tt,;J, HIJiTOjr,' : : Corresponding Editor. rV' EMPORIA; KANZAS: ? SATCSDAT::rrJFEBRUAaY 20, 1858. JP" Sel call . for a Ibu ..Convention in another column. .:': - KAN2AS AT' WASHINGTON. Almost anotker "Bally Brooks" ACair. CHANCE3 OF THE LECOMPTOX - tutiox iiiPKOYnra CONSTL Since the delivery y the President's message and the. commencement of the great struggle, proceedings jij Congress hare been enliv ened by an attempt to re-enact -Bully Brooks tactics on the person of -Mr. "Grow, of Penn'.. . by that . departed ruffian's .boon companion, jem, 01 ooucn Carolina. i, however, signally failed of its purpose, and met a prompt and speedy punishment. From our exchanges we glean the following account of the affray: . . After the delivery of the; Swindlers De fence, as the last effusion of "Jeems" has been termed,'; the struggle commenced in earnest in both branches of Congress.' In the'Senate it continued till the 8th insta...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 20 February 1858

TCBDAY::;:::::FEBCUABY 20, 1858. Terms of SabscriptioH. - ":'J' Rates of Advertising.; '.' '; . "Lt,- ... 4oUr m. H, per . Om fcrta eofcuia ..'tU. J9 r. : n r. - O-.tolf aTiX mm:, n M;.j.. 'An- - single copies of T01 2Tw U' Wrpers'for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. ; i; Btisx DixiABAbss for fifog; for sale at this Wasted at this Office. A few cords of wood 2' fet n lngth, 00 subscription. . .- Mass "Meeting. The legal voters "of Breckinridge County are requested to assemble in Mass Conven tion at the house of R. W. Cloud, - Kanzas Center, on Saturday, February 27, at 1 o'cloct P. M-, for the purpose of nomina ting candidates for Delegates to a Constitu tional Convention, to be elected on the sec ond Tuesday in March next. Breckinridge County ia entitled to three Delegates. ' February 15, 1858. . Makt Cmzzss. Improvements. The farmers in this section are taking ad vantage of the present mild winter to im prove their , farms in the way of fencing, building, etc. Extensiv...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 20 February 1858

The KaHzas News. JA.TURDATrjsn:FEBRUARY 20, 1858. Fran the Typographic Advertiser. Gentle Humanities. Shoe the hone and shoe the mare ... Never let the hoof go bare : Trotting over flinty stones "Wears away the hardest bonea. life has many a stony street : "Even to the tonghertfeet : Men and horses find it so Ere through half of life they go. Streaks of blood are in the way Trod by humans every day. Seen by love'a anointed eye -While the blinded world goes by." Yea, if all the sighs were caught . Wherewithal the air is fraught, - What a gale would sweep the'skies Laden with man's miseries. Gently, then, O brother man I Do the utmost good yon can : God approveth e'en the least Kindly act to man or beast. The Last Parody on "Brahma." The Philadelphia Bulletin has the follow ing parody on Emerson's "Brahma:" If a pro-slaver think he slays, Or if it's Lane he think is slain. He knows not well his subtle ways, For Lane will cut and come again. Fighting or fuss to him is fan ; Stanton and...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 27 February 1858

THE K: A N Z AS N BW S : f$$M Irery.Sitir&y 2hs3$ at ls?cra fcuas, ; , zrsr. plumb. , " TiJ DoZart per nmtm, in drawer. ,'72 Bates of;AdvertisiB.' -; , r first insertion per line, ten cento; each snbse qaent inseTtion.'five cent; one dollar a line, per annum. - Displayed adTertisementa one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in lure insertion.. ' ! ' - I':,,.. T X T T TT HT IXI T TIT i i - " ' ' . ' f . - f 1 ; Jhe office f THicr Kaxus imii tarnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles . oCVTyp, Borders Hoarishes, Cuts, .Cards, J&aey . Papers. lored4Jnks,. Bronze, .Ae-, nLUng; tha., proprietor to print Cutccuxa, Cads, CxanriCATia or Stoctc, DkesS Posr?s, and -all other kinds of Job PBmcea, in a manner unsurpassed in the eoaatry. Particular attention paid to; printing, all- kinds of Bknlcs.Orders.fof . vprkjrmpUj attended to when accompanied with Cah. Ex caasion' is our motto." ' 7 1 " " ' : "the...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 27 February 1858

n 1 If The Kanzas News. r. B. PLUMB, : x : Proprietor ud Editor. R. J. IlIirrON , : : Corresponding Editor. ' EMPORIA, KANZAS: S ATUBD AYn::::FEBBUAIY 27, 1858. Up to the hour of going to press the mall has notiarrived fromLawrenes .and we are obliged to issue without the very latest new3. Such things will occur once in a while until the service'commences on oar regular mail routes, when lbey will cea3e. : , , , One Day for the Cause! We hope all will appreciate the 'impor tance of a full turn out to the Americug Convention on next Tuesday. Important interests are at stake. It will be demonstra ' ted on that day whether or not you are in favor of fraud and corruption in your Leg islative Councils. Important events turn on your action that day. . ; Rallt I Ru.lt! i Union Meeting. . A Union meeting of the citizens of Breck inridge county will be held at Americus on Tuesday, the second of March, next, for the Purpose of nominating three candidates for elegates to the Constitutional Con...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 27 February 1858

8. Terms of Subscription yr' (u4HMptcriptrdtt.) . ;'. H'S Rates of Advertising. r'!':i-V ert'o. pe ! mbqneat iuertisa. f ,l'uM olUr a 11m. pr aum. Oma Aorta aim . i 09: iz km. n ; m year. . Oa half v r, M- tijBM' a ; iMTnr,'t. all tna- ,rinttiHawliBatk pais la a4vaaca. Tingle copies f. Thi Nrws in wrappers for sale tt this fire ato percopyJ 7 Bu DxcLAaATioss for filing, for sale at this office, r - ' : ;. ; Wasted at this Office. A few cords of wood n, in length, oa subscription. . , i. - Read the card of Zeigler & Roche, Dry Goods dealers, Leavenworth City. ., jj y. Fick is putting up a ' meat house on tbe corner of Mechanics street, and Sixth avenue. - , ' ' l See advertisement of McCarty is Sanson, of Kanzas City. They have the reputation of being fair dealers. ; . ? . . The advertisements of Mr. N. S. Storrs wHl be found in another column. Those merchants who advertise, our readers will fad, always do the most business, and gen erally sell much cheaper than those who do Pers...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 27 February 1858

From the Rational Era, Jan. 21- .1 1 The.Er of .Election. " ' ' Jl : V T , JOH2T CXXX5UAT WIIIK1. f J From gold to gray, our mild sweet day Of Indian Summer fade too soon; ' Bat, tenderly, above tb sea, -.-. Hangs, white and calm, the Hunter's moon, .;i T .A. "' . V.i .'.--. In ita pale fire the village spire , 'Shows like the zodiac's spectral lance; The painted walls, -whereon it (alls, Transfigured stand in marble trance ! O'er fallen leaves the west wind grieves,;. . Yet eomea the seed-time round again ; .And morn shall seethe- state sown free - With baleful tares or healthful grain. ) ' - .Along the street the shadows meet - - Of Destiny; whose hands conceal - The moulds of faith that shape the state, . i 'And make or mar the common weaL ' ' Around I see the powers that be, -' -1 stand by Empire's primal springs; " C 'And princes meet in every street And hear the tread of uncrowned kings ! Hark 1 through the crowd the laugh runs loud, -Beneath the sad, rebuking moon; God aave t...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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