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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 December 1880

v " VH2 t," jtmk$ Viii-I SlteBViLjk 'v. .uirlXiVa Y.G.IO. ii. Jaetii. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1880. Velnme XVII-Ne. Price Tire Cents: m V .TOJI.V irANAMAKER'S STORE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AM) MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. ITUIE HOLIDAYS. A. There is nowhere In IMillailelphiu -r varied a collection et rlcli ?oedj as lien; such :w lath ers, mother.-, brothers, Misters levers, leek for ti little later. There Is an cmlevcn or Gift. Our collection Is large enough and rich enough, one would Kupnesf. even for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. These goods are arc new at the height or theirglery. The choicest of them are here; ethers will come of eeur.se ; hut the choicest are going. What is equally te the purpose, TmyerH are new nbent as many as can be cotniertahly served, anil the throng will Ite denser every lair tlay till Christinas. WOIIN WAXAMAKEK. ITVHLKT FUKXISIUXtJ. J. KacheLs, tidies, lamp-shade, pin-cushions, ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 December 1880

t'&e&&5ir-' "".. -3-jirji Vt tK.,, V LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, DECEMBER 27 1880. -Lancaster ntellegencer. MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 27, 1880. About Sheeting Husbands. Seme one, in the editorial columns of the Philadelphia 77i.?,is wicked enough in this Christmas season te hope that some one may sheet William Sprague te give his wife the divorce she seeks with out public scandal. It must be the Christmas dinner which has disordered this commentator's judgment and temper with his stomach. Everybody knows a bit of indigestion sends an un due quantity of bleed te the head, and se it comes that naturally the most amiable people get a murderous impulse and de and say the most bloody things under the excitement that comes from the deranged circulation. "We certainly fail te see any geed reason why William Sprague should be shot because his wife has sued hiinjfer a divorce, charging him with grievously sinning with a score or se of women, and he proposes te deny and resis...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 December 1880

3 LANCASTER BAliST INTEMIGMCER, MONDAY; bEteMBER 27, 1880. been se successful in building up St. Mary's choir. Dr. Henry Carpenter was gratefully re membered by one. of his patients, Mr. David B. Bartholemew, who presented him With a splendid geld-headed ebony cane, upon which was inscribed the following : "Presented te Dr. Henry Carpenter by D. B. B., as a token of respect and high regard as a skillful physician. December 25, 1830. A patient." A fine organ was presented te the btve btve denbergian congregation, holding their services ever Leng's drug store en North Queen street. The organ was pui chased by a friend as aClnistmas .surpiise, from the well known Lancaster organ manufac tory. Tight, &c On Christmas theic was a great deal of drunkenness in the city and there were several fights, none of which were very herieus. In the afternoon a ciewd of boy.-, fol lowed several Italian musicians te the co:I nor of Lime and Orange sticcts. They kept teasing the players until one of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 December 1880

A ? LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1880. vtiucastet intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING. DEC. 27, 1880. Matters tiastrraemlcal. Suggested by iieiiday Feasting. 0 The original scckcl pear tree, leU years old, stands en the sheif the Delaware. This tree was produced from a seed that was washed ashore. Samuel Meedy, of Charlcstewn, Vt., is the champion gourmand of the world. He is 35 years, and lives en the peer farm in that town. Net long age, at a single sit ting in the hotel in Island Pend, he dis posed of six quarts of oysters, with soup, eight dozen crackers, forty large dough nuts, and mx mince pies. lie claims that his mother can beat him, as he has known her te eat a ten quart pan of baked beans at one sitting. That pride efhe American dinner tabic, the turkey, has graced the Christmas feast longer, perhaps, thau is generally known. Tusscr mentions it as forming part of the Christmas dinner of an English firmer in .1578. Eeefe. mutton, and perkc, slued pies of th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 December 1880

I " - - r s. 3KL N. t mxtit$tei Telnme XTTI-Ne. 100 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1880 Price Twe Cents. a mntzllmznizt JOif.V WAKAMAKEB'8 STORE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. THE HOLIDAYS. There la nowhere in Philadelphia se varlcil a collection et rich goods as here such as fath er, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for a little later. Then in an end even of Gilt. Our collection is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal rity tlmii Philadelphia. These poeds are urc new at the height of thcirglery. The choicest of thcin lire here; ethers will come of course; but the choicest are going. What Is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many us can be comfortably served, and the timing will be denser every fair day till Christmas. JOUX WAXAMAKER. rpeiLET FURNISHING. J. Sachets, tidies, latnp-Hhades, pin-cushion. boxes, in satin and plush, embroidered and...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 December 1880

? II v LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28 1880. Lancaster ntelligencet. - . ' --' - '", "' TUESDAY EVENING, DEO. 28, I860. The Northampton Lynching. The proverbial blindness of passion was strongly exemplified by that Xorth Xerth Xorth ampten county crowd of excited men who hung the brutal murderer of the Gegles. They believed him guilty of a horrible crime upon evidence which seemed te them conclusive. It seems se te every one. There is no present doubt that the verdict of guilty, rendered sum marily by the crowd, was a just one, and that the punishment of death meted out te the murderer was well deserved. The men who law lessly administered it may have thought that they were adding intensity te it by their promptness; but mere probably they did net step te think at all, but hung the fellow just te gratify their un reasoning passion. If they had stepped te think they would have found that in hanging their victim at once they were doing him the greatest possible kind...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 December 1880

ST"""" ' f- f' 3fSl LANCASTER BAltY iMELLtGENCER, TOESi)A. bfiOEMBER 28, 1880. HfiV-tfit"? "fc IV SUNDAY-SCHOOL. ANNIYKBSARIKS. St. Jehn's l'ree Episcopal ami St. JelmV Lutheran. A very delightful entertainment took place at St. Jehn's Free Episco pal church last evening, the church being crowded with the patrons, teachers and children of the Sunday-school. In addition te the. decorations of the church, -mentioned yesterday, a fine Christmas tree 20 feet high, and filled with orna ments, steed in the centre of the chancel. The exercises opened with an anniversary hymn, -which was followed by Christmas carols by the pupils of the infant and mid dle denartmeuts 01 inescuoej. jiiu i numls immediately The arch was composed of fifteen blocks, each representing one of the Christian vir tues, as Faith. Hepe, Charity, Cleanliness, Temperance, &c, fcc. These blocks were set in place by children designated for the purpose, and each of the children made a brief address, explanatory of the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 December 1880

v. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1880. Lancaster fritelltaencer. TUESDAY STONING. DEC. 98, 1880. A CHRISTMAS LYRIC. Tiie the Earth wltli age seems whitened, And her tresses hoary and old Ne longer are flushed and brightened By gllntlngs of brown or geld A Voice from the Syrian highlands, O'er waters that flash and stir. By the belts or their Tropic Islands SUU slngeth et Jey te her! A Seng which the Centuries hallow ! Though sorter than April rain That sewcth en field and fallow, A spell that sliall rite In grain Yet deep a the sca-straln chanted Or the fluctuant ocean-lyre, ISy the magical West-wind haunted, With the pulse or his soul en fire ! A premise te lift the lowly, Te weed the soul el Its tare, Ami change Inte harmonies holy The discord erflcrcc despairs: A glory or high Evangel, Or rhythmical storm and calm? ; All hall te the voices erange.s. Heard ever the star-lit pal tin ! A hymn ei Hepe te the ages. The iiiu.ilcef deathless Trust, Ne frenzy of mo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1880

7tW -v LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMUElt 29. 1880 Plriee Twe Cents. Volume XVIINe. 101. M r r t - " (Ehe JOHN HAXAXfAKEB'S STOBE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MAlfKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. IIE HOLIDAYS. X There is newhercin Philadelphia se v:nicla collection et rich goods as here such us l:it It ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for h little later. There is an end even of Gilts. Our collection Is large enough ami rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. The'e goods aie are new at the hcighlel thefrglery. The choicest of them are here; ethers will conic of course ; hut the choicest arc going. Whaliseiial-y te the purpe-c, buyers aie new about as many as can lie comfortably served, and the throng will be denser every fairday till Chilslmas. JOHN WANAMAKER. rpeiLET KU UXI.SIIIXG. X Sachets, tidies, lani-shadcs, pin-cushions, boxes, in wit in and plush, embroidered and painted. JOHN ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1880

LANCASTER iMlLt iM'ELLIGEKCER WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1880. ft. I Hancastcx intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 29, 1880. Mr. tiewen's Fight. Mr. Gewen sends a new surprise te bis enemies in Reading from across the ocean, by advising them of a postpone ment of the election for managers of the read and of his confidence that he will again be chosen te control it. Mr. Gow Gew en's cenGdencc, in view of the ascertain ed fact that the McCalments propose te cast their one-third of the stock against him, is remarkable, and with any one else would suggest the suspicion that he was whistling te keep his courage up. But Mr. Gewen has such extreme confi cenfi dence in himself and his fortunes that he never needs either te stimulate or simu late his courage. He is an intrepid man. Almest any one else in his place would quail before stockholders who own one third of the whole stock of His corpora tion. Mr. Gewen has always had a habit of treating the McCalments with any thing but distinguish...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGBNCER, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 29r 1880. r. j i GAME i'KOTECTlVE ASSOCIATION. Ad Appeal te Feeil ami i'retct the Bird. A meeting of the Lancaster County Game I'retcctivc association tvas lield at the office of the president, Alderman Spur rier, last evening. Candidates for the sev eral offices of the association were put in nomination, te be voted for at the next meeting, which takes place en the second Tuesday of January. A if solution was adopted to.precure from Xerth Carolina as many parti idcs as can be ob tained for stecki'.g the grounds of the association and ether parts of the county. In view of the scveic weather and unusually heavy and long continued falis of snow it is feared that most of our native birds will perish during the winter. Farmers are urged te protect and feed them as far as possible. The association eilers te pro tect and feed duriug the winter all birds captured and handed te either the presi dent or fcccrctaty, and obligate themselves te...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1880

LANCASTER DAILY IJsTELLIGESCEK, WEDNESDAY, T)ECEMBETi 291880. rancasicr iiucliigtncet. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 29, 1880. of feurtecn-Iect PROTECT TUB SPAKBOW. Fer the Ixtellieis:.-ci:h. In this xigoreus season anew. While our hearts ate elated by the firelight glow, And our tables arc ladcacd with plenty te cat, Let us cast our eye te the stiewdiiftcd htreet. In prose and In verae, by pulpitand press, WlUi language coercive and emphatic stress, We are taught it a duty, by layman and cure. Te open our heart and lcisiember the peer. TIs well we remember, when plenty abounds In the crops that are garnered lrem prenin. grounds, That we, who aie Inched with a plenty in store, ' Sheuldne'er the peer pleader tuni away fiem- our deer. But the innocent spirum our s-yiiipatblcs crave, As they begu-, though imitcly, lrem hunger t rilvc : And hanl Is the lieai t tint would turn them away. As they timidly fly te your deer day by day. Frem the snow-covered yaid a net have I cleared, And feed the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 December 1880

' a t laitf ata lb , Volume XYII-Ne. 102 LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1880 Priee Twe Cmts. JOHS WAXAMAKEBS STORE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. CLOIUIA'O. CniUSTMAS GOODS CHRISTMAS GOODS CHRISTMAS GOODS BELOW COST ! HELOW COST! I5KLOW COST! THB HOLIDAYS. There Is nowhere In Philadelphia he vailed a ollectien et rich goods as here such as fath er, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for a little later. There la au end even of Gifts. Our collection la large enough and rich enough, one would appose, even fcr a less frugal city than Philadelphia. These poeds are arc new at the 1 height of tlieirclery. The choicest of thciii arc here; ethers will come of course; but the choicest are going. What Is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many as can be comfortably served, and the throng will be -denser every feir day till Christmas. JOHX WAX AM AK Kit. GIFTS. Te buy Holiday Gilts early i...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 December 1880

& K$J9 --. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30,' 1880. Lancaster Irntelbgencec. THUBSDAT EVENING, DEC. 30, 1880. Belter Ask Ike Jadge. Messrs. Kidder, Peabody & Ce., of New Yerk, give public notice that they held the proxies of Messrs. McCal McCal ment Brethers & Ce., and ether large holders of Beading stock, and they re quest such stockholders as desire te co operate with them in securing a change of management te send them authority te" vote for them at the coming elec tion. It is reliably stated that Mr. Frank S. Bend, new vice president of the Texiis Pacific railroad, is the candi date of this party te take Mr. Gewen's place. The latter telegraphs his friends from Louden net te be uneasy for the re sult of the contest, as he expects fully three-fifths of all the votes that will be cast. Evidently there is going te be a very animated conflict, and a great deal of hard work done and hard feeling en gendered. The funeral that is evidently in prospect is ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 December 1880

LANeASEUDAILY ttteftf& hv 1 COLUMBIA. NEWS. OUR BEGULAK COKKES DKNCK It is quite in order tbis morning te say something about the weather, -which is by atany degrees the coldest wc have had for several years. At daybreak this morning the thermometers about town all register ed 10 or mere degrees below zero. At Ihe P. It. B. machine shops, up by the basin, the mercury steed at 14 degrees belowjcere ; at the opera house 12 below, and atseveral private residences 12, 11 and 10 degrees below were registered. The upward motion, despite a very bright sun, has been very, very slew. At 9 o'clock 10 degrees below r.as a fair register; at 10 o'clock 8 degrees below, and at 12:30 p m. the register was 2 degrees above and a Etiff breeze springing up. Quite a large audience assembled in the Bethel church, corner af Walnut and 7th street last evening, the occassien being the Christmas celebration of the Sunday school of the church. The exercises con sisted of singing by the school, addresses ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 December 1880

-, LANCASTER DAILY INI iiXLIGENCER, THURSnAX DECEMBER 30, 1880. JK' ncastei; intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENIKO, DEO. 30, 1880. Fanner and Hardener. A Hint 'te Fanners. Gcnnantewn Telegraph. tn some sections ajid it would be a de cided advance in tlieuRlitfulncss and" kind, ness in all sections farmers give each of their boys, and girls, tee, a'strip of ground te raise whatever they cheese upon it, and dispose of the product for their own bene fit. It is a favor that they all appreciate, and it is a pleasant and serviceable em pleyment for tliem in their leisure hours. They will vie with each ether in their skill at raising their little crops, and the proceeds, applied te their own use, arc frequently of some value ; and the whole arrangement, while it instructs them in the cultivation of the soil, early implants in the children the idea of thrift and econ omy. Sometimes, where a geed many animals arc raised, a pig, a lamb, a calf, up te cv.en a colt, according te the age of the childr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1880

- qpes ' v; -v2x" - Ti uV J. r iJ Willi k m . . Volume XYII-Ne. 103. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1880 Price Twe Crate. y 3b ttmmviUt y JOUX ITJLXAMAKEIS'S STORE. THE HOLIDATS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, -. CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AM) MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. THE HOLIDAYS. There Is newhereln Philadelphia se varied a collection et rich goods as hare such as fath ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for a little Uter. There is an end even of Gills. Our collection Is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even for a les frugal city than Philadelphia. Thwse poeds are are new at the height of thclrglery. The choicest of them nre here; ethers will ceme of course ; but the clieleest are yelng. Wluit Is equally te the purpose, buyers arc new about as many us can be comfortably served, and the throng will be denser every fair day till Christmas. lenX WAN AM AK UK. rll.ET FURNISHING. Sachets, tidies, lamp-shades, pln-cushlens, boxes, in atln and plus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1880

slftj &i j&L'- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1880. A i 8 Y f "fc K i lUncastcc f ntelligcncec. FBIDAY EVENING, DEO. 31, 1880. Tbat LjbcMIi n. District Attorney Ans ett, of North ampton county, finds him elf very much embarrassed in the discba geef the duty upon him te bring te justice the lynchers of the murderer Snyder. He declares that he is the only man in his county who wants te punish them, and lets it appear plainly enough that he only desires te de se be cause he recognizes it as his sworn duty. Mr. Anstett does net attempt te shirk his duty, but if public sentiment is as he says, Iiis position is certainly an unenvi ble one. Yet if he is a strong man he will find his account in it. It is the place for a strong man. The duty imposed upon him i3 as plain as the public sentiment that fails te support him in it. Of course, it is very disgraceful te the people that they should se unanimously defy the law. It proves that they are net acting under a cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1880

"G-ir'K-V ' -SJW-- -- --;3tH .7 " ' TtANeAgjyttg' IttfjpaaEMQEB, JEBflUY - DECEMBER 31,-1880. J- ' !; .4' H" 3. Church et Ged semi-centennial. 4. Steinman and Hentel reinstated bv the su preme court; death or Geerge A. Miller at Chambcrsburg; marriage of Mr. H.F. IIos IIes tetter and Miss Clara. Heist ; death et Mrs. Anna Barr, aged 83. 5. Accident te Chester X. Fnrr at the Stevens beuse; Alexander Mil, or Columbia, killed at the steel works. - 6. Marriage or Francis V. Walker and Miss XLB.U! v. ua.ru; .Jenn ucuoeneergcrs iidwi robbed. 7. C. Widmyer'a house and Mrs. Maggie Eck crt's bearding house robbed ; death of Mrs. Klizabeth Maurer. aged 40 ; marriage of Rev. J. B. Sonic and Mrs. K. Smeltz. 8. Humane lire company's dedication ball ; Bcpublicanparadc and rioting. 9. Death et Jacob Scncr, aged 70, and or Jehn 8. Harbcrgcr In Nw Yerk. 10. Hash factory and d we! lings en Plum street burned ; marriage or Mr. F. Xcuderf ami Miss Catharine Margaret Keller. 11. Large Democratic meeting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1880

' - V"S' iw ?-.! "-- -,j.t'',-c-i -"n ,ij'i.''j.W -.' pQ VriS'Sy-''l"'tf-' t--------'-''JV" -.- .S3 e-" - - -."i l"l- LANCASTER DAKY HTTELLIGiafCEK, FREEST, DECEMBER 31, 1880. ' v:--i!-: 1 ' ssg Lanctet Intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING. SEC. 31, 1880. RING OUT THE OLD. (Jrem " Ja 3Iemeriam.") Ring out the old, ring in the new. King, nappy bells, across the snow : The year is going, let him go ; ning ent the false, ring In the true. Sing out the grief that saps tbe mind, Fer these that here ire see no mere ; Rlngeut the fend of xich and peer, ning In redress te all mankind. King out a slowly dying cause, And ancient forms of party strife ; King in the nobler modes of life. With sweeter manners, purer laws. Kins out the want, the care, the sin, The faithless eeldness of the times ; King out, ring out my mournful rhymes, But ling tbe fuller minstrel in. King out false pride in place and bleed, Tnc civic slander and the spite ; King iu the lore or truth and right, King in the common lore o...

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