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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 6 March 1858

HE KAN25 AS NEWS': Pa&fcW htfj Mr&r lores, it Espem, fcsas, . B"3T I- Bi PLUMB. Tuns rie DeUmra per tf saint, i mdvaner. Bates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; eaeh eubae cnent insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the shove rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in gure insertion. job printing: v. The office of Tn Klxkas Hrwf is farnished with a complete assortment of Ihe newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Taney Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze,- Ac, enabling the proprietor to print Cncuuuts', Caass, CxatmcaTis or Stock, Dixoe, Posnas, and all other kinds of Job Panrrrso, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. FarticuKtr attention paid to -printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. " Ex celsior" is our motto. , THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER. By P. B. Plumb. EMPOEIA, KANZAS, MAPCH 6, 1858. ...

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 March 1858

The:Kdnzas,;ews. YpJPIAJ3S,Br i : Proprietor "and Editor II J. HISTON : : Crrespmdias Editor : . EMPORIA,. uKANZAS: . , -SAT.UIlDAY:;uu:::nu:JiAIlCn 6, 1858. No mail this week, and consequently no very soon. yXr.'. rzr? o r. " ; Election V, ,- For Delegate to the Constitutional " Convention TUESDAY, 2IARCH 9. 1858. " ; ' -; i V0TEH3 OP BalECSETRTDaS AITD, T -. . ,. SABISOIT COUHTIES I On tke vote can by you oa Toesdar ext, iepeads entirely yenr r epreeatation La the firtt Stale Legislature Will yon disfran- caise" yourselves, by staying away from the pells ! To the poll 1 To the polls I '. . .. The Election. . , . ' Although there is bat one ticket in the field in this county, and the triumph of Free Stale principles is sure, yet the importance of a full turn-out of the voters of the coun ty is fall as great as if there was an oppo sing party, and the result in doubt.' The vote cast at the coming election is to be made the lasis of representation under the Constitution to be framed ...

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 March 1858

BY::::?:::"IAnClf 6, 1838. - ii-r . V t '.VV. . tM ""STJm1 er m.r v -U rtss Tg - -; ; ... . ... ,......- - Bates of Advertising. - '"" to; six mm.. M OOj yw. M. SInele copies of The News in wrappers for sale t this office at five cents per copy.; V BtASi DECtAxno5 for filing, for sale at this See." '; y, . J ,:. -. v' . Wanted at this Office.A few eords of wood m J fret in length, o subeeriptaoa. : Blank Deeds -For sale at this office.' . . - Breckinridge County Ticket.. . For Delegates to the Constitutional Convention, JOHK R. SWALLOW, PRESTON B. PLUMB, . ; WILLIAM McCDLLOUGH. Election Notice. . The undersigned having been appointed Commissioners for Breckinridge county for the purpose of establishing precincts, and appointing Judges for an election to be held on Tuesday, March 9th, 1858, for the pur pose of electing three Delegates to the . Con stitutional Convention, in accordance with an act of the Territorial Legislature, at its Lite session, do hereby establish the' follow ing...

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 March 1858

J(V;,. ..... .,.. 3 ;1 1-1 Hi j i 2 ; .1:1 !: I -; i -: ti HI J '-Mi i 5 is The ' Mnzas lews. The Pipes at Xucknow , .-' -" it J. e. wnirrru- Pir c the misty moorland. Voice of the glen ud hill. The drone of highland torrent, , . .. - . The song of lowland rill ! :"- Not the Lne of broom And heather, Nor the mountains, dark "with rain. Nor maiden power, nor border tower. Have heard your sweetest strain ! - Dear to the lowland reaper . ". -' And plaided mountaineer, - To the cottage and the castle, -The Scottish pipes are dear. Sweet sounds the ancient pibroeh " - O'er mountain, loeh ana glade; " But the sweetest of all musie The Pipes at Lueknow played ! r Day by day, the Indian tiger Louder yelled, and nearer crept; Round and round the jtingle serpent . Near and near circles swept. "Pray for rescue, wires and mothers- ' Pray to-day 1" the soldier said, "To-morrow, death's between us, And the wrong and shame we dread. Oh t they listened, looked and waited, . , Till their hopes becam...

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 March 1858

T H E K A N Z A SN E .W S : ; l ' JO B ; P R I H T I N GjJ j The office of Thx Kurzas Xrws is famished with a complete a&sortoent of the newest- styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cats, Cards, Faaey Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, &c, enabling- the proprietor to print Cimccuss, CutD. CzxnncATxs -or Stock, Drrra, Poetxss, and all other kinds of Job Pacmso,: ia. 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-. cixsiok." is our motto. "Xxx Wlrt per annum, in tdtancr. . Bates of Advertising. -, Urtt insertion, per lineten tents; each eubse--nit Insertion, five eente; one dollar a Bne, per ononu Displayed advertisements one-hAlf over the above rates- All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the eash, to in jure insertion. - . "THE 4 PEO PLE ALWAYS C ONQU ER." By P. B. Plumb. ESIPOBIA, KZASjNJAECH 13, 1858. Vol. 1-No. 37. TheKanzas ...

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 March 1858

The Kanzas News. P. B. PLUMB, : : : Proprietor and Editor. R. J. HINTON, 1 1 CorrespoadiBg Editor. EMPORIA, ICAXZAS: lATURDAY:::n::n::JlARCH 13, 1858. Kanzas in Washington Nothing of interest concerning Kanzas affairs has transpired in Congress since our last issue. Monday, March 1st, was set for . their consideration in the Senate, - and on the next Tuesday Seward was expected to speak. It was expected that Minnesota would be admitted into the Union soon, it being reported that her Senators and Repre sentatives had gone over to the Lecompton ites which would render the admission certain their rotes being needed to secure the passage of Lecompton. Gen. Calhoun is said to hare abandoned the Delwaare Crossing returns, but he has 1 .1 J.J i lt.1 rTll BCrcriu uiuci uueuueu iciuiua iu " produce the same result which he will bring forward after the admission, when it will be too late to investigate. Several Northern Lecomptonites have told him that he must announce the result in Kanzas of...

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 March 1858

Tlie; Kanzas .News. SATURDAY:: ::MARCII 13,1858. Terms of Subscription. Tea eapiea J"i (ui aa ta grttar ap af elaa.) , t . n w . set Rates of Advertising. Flrat inMrtiom. per lis. tracea-1 el ntaeqoeat iuartiaa cats; aae doliar a liaa. per una. Oma foanfc ealau (kM BMBtbs. 19 : aiz mo. 17 Off; year, at M. Om half cat. tlirc bum.. 11 M; six mo.. NWm rear. M. All t ,ilBt fargs ad-rartiacBaata art ka paia ia. adraaca. Single copies of The News in wrappers for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. - i v ' '" Busk Dxcuuunoxs for filing, for sale at this office. Wanted at this Office.--A few cords of wood 2Js feet in length, on subscription. . 4 Blank Deeds For sale at this office. Inducements to Subscribers. We will furnish to new s-bscrirers one copy of The News one year and one copy of the Atlantic Monthly (price S3) for four dollars a year one dollar less than they can be obtained singly. .The Atlantic is the only truly American Magazine published, and is worth a dozen of Harpe...

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 March 1858

The ATUBDAtnsr:nr.srJlARCn 13, 1858. The Haschish. - i; ST JOBS . WHITTIX. Of all that Orient lands can Taunt Of marvels with our own competing. The strangest is the Haschish plant. And what will follow on its eating. What pictures to the taster rise. Of Derriah or of Almeb. dances ! Of Eblis, or of Paradise, Set all aglow with Houri glances ! The poppy visions of Cathay, " The heavy beer-trance of the Suabi&n ; The wizard lights and demon play r Of nights Walpurgis and Arabian ! The Mollah and the Christian dog Change place in mad metempsychosis ; The Muezzin climbs the synagogue. The Rabbi shakes bis beard at Moses ! The Arab bv bis desert well Sits choosing from some Caliph's daughters. And hears his single eamei s oeu Sound welcome to his regal quarters. The Koran's reader makes complaint Of Shitan dancing on and off it ; The robber offers alms, the saint Drinks Tokay and blasphemes the Prophet! Such scenes the Eastern plant awakes ; But we have one ordained to beat it. The ...

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 March 1858

" THE AKzXs- NEiyS: Ps&y Etj. 5alarfaj IBa, at Empora, Kasns, TtxxsrTKO Dollar per annum, in a&baicr. . J Rates of AdvertisUs. -. .. .;: " lint insertion, per line, ten cento; each subee ,nt insertion, five centa; one dollar a line, per qnnm Displayed advertisements one-half oyer 5,. above rates. . All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in jure insertion-' r " JOB PRINTING. ,Thr office of Tax Kaxzag ITrws is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest style of Type; Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Fancy Papersi Colored Inks, Bronxe,- Ac., enabling the proprietor to print Ciculabs, Cams, CxRrmcATx or Stock; Diem, Postcss, and all other kinds of Job Pabrrtxc, 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. - ' celsio" is ur'iE'otto. f "THE PEOPLE ALWAYS' CONQUER. By P. B. Plumb. EMPOKIA, KAjStZAS, MKCH 20, 1858. Vo...

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 March 1858

The Kanzas News. T n ' TT.IT SI Tt. i s TroTiriftor nod Editor. fS. J. HINTOX , : : Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: SATURDAY: -.MA.KCH 20, 1838. Editorial JewsItems. .... " Tbe Dunleith Advertiser 'ja, an engi neer on the Illinois Central railroad named Smith, in looking over the papers belong in to his wife, recently," discovered that she is the lawful heir to property in the city of Yincennes, Ind., amounting to upwards of 8100,000. -Gen. Boford, who was so prominent in Kanzas affairs a year or two ago, has given up the canre in disgust, and- returned to Eufaula, Alabrma, to resume the practice of law. Mr. Thayer, of Mrssecbusettc, has an other speech prepared, which will produce a greater sensation than his first. Seven of Mrs. Fanny Kemble Butler's recent "ShakspeTean Readings," in New York city, netted the fine sum of 86000. This is what may properly be termed "prof itable reading." Miss Gentry, of Hopkinsville, Ky.,was burned to death a few days since by her clothes tak...

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 March 1858

The Kanzas : News. SATUBDAY::::::tn::::::JfABCH 201858. Terms of Subscription. T-. t to gtttT .p rf"- I It M " hi Rates of Advertising. yint iMTti.. per lime. te eenU; each ratiMqMt imaertiea. ' oUr lim., per - Om ftsrtfc calcma " B,atk.K0: 1x . n ; y". - OMfcmlf ' Hi tin - " 001 ix "- Te' AU ua" .t4foif"rtit pilmdTe.. , Single copies of T Niws in -wrappers for sale at this office, at five cents jereopy. Bunt Dkcuuiatioss for filing, for sale at this ffice. . . . ' - Wanted at this Office. A few cords of -rood feet in length, on subscription. : j Blank Deeds For sale at this office. Inducements to Subscribers. We will furnish, to new subscribers one copy of Thk Nkws one year and one copy of the Atlantic Monthly (price 83) for four dollars a year one dollar less than they can be obtained singly. The Atlantic is the onlv truly American Magazine published, nd i worth a dozen of Harper's. . Back numbers of the Atlantic can be furnished if desired. Sabbath Notice. There will be a meeting...

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 March 1858

:JIARCH 2D, 1858. - The Press. - , Capi. G. W. Cutter has aeceaUy written for the N. 0. Picayune, a poem on the Press, from which we quote the following stirring and characteristic stanz3 : , . "And priestly craft and kingly power Hare striven to bind thee down; . But ah, how low beneath thee cower The Mitre and the crown ! " Thv nod can lop the proudest head; The world thy sceptre owns; The path thou cost to glory tread, That path is paved with thrones. . Yet art thoa gentle as the breeze The latest Breath of day; Bnt ehainless as the mighty teas, ' In thy resistless sway. . - At thy eommand the seals were broke That bound the silent deep, And liberty and troth awoke. From centimes of sleep. . Then first to every sinful shore. That man in darkness trod, , Thy bright and speeding pinions bore . The beacon words of God. The sage's lamp, the muses lyre, Thou brought'et o'er ocean's foam; The stellar light of vestal fire ; The eloquence of I Lome. Then music rose in Runic chimes, And t...

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 March 1858

THE ANZAS NEWS: fiiM fterj fatarfaj loring, it Emporia, Ksnna, B"3T Is- B PLTJMB. Trans Two Dollars per annvm, dmee Rates of Advertising. Fiwt insertion, per line, ten eenta; each subse quent insertion, fiTe eents; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. JOB PRINTING. The office of ThxKuezas Km U fnrnished with a complete assortment, of the newest styles of Type. Borders, Flourishes, Cats, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, &e., enabling ther proprietor to print Cutccuxs, Cakm, CDrtwicaVjar' or Stock, Deeds, PosrxBs. and all other kinds of Job Printing, in a manner unsurpassed in the conn try. Particular attention paid to printing , all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly'' attended to when accompanied with Cash." "Et- THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER, By P. B. Plumb. EMPOEIA, KAjSTZAS, MABCH 27, 1858. Vol. 1-tNo. 39. CELsioa" is o...

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 March 1858

The Kanzas P. B. PLUMB, : : : Proprietor and Editor. II. Ji 1IISTO Jfi : r Corresponding Editor. 8ATUKDAY:t:r. :::JS:ARCil 2T, 1858. Editorial News Items.' ' ' -TEe 4)emocracy of Ohio and Indiana Lave been holding mass indignation meetings . in regard to the proposed Admission of Kanzaa under the Lecompton Constitution." "Sew York has nearly fire hundred miles of pared streets. , ; . -About thirty artesian wells are in suc cessful operation in Iroquois County, Wis. A -bill has passed the" Rhode Island Legislature which, requires the sale of grain by weight. ;j , . . i The nett proceeds of the Calico Ball lately, giren in New York for the benefit of the poor was 84,685. .' . 7-fA white man receded thirty l&shes on . his bare back; at Winchester, Va. on Fri day last, for stealing a store. ' The majority of the Democratic lead ers and newspapers in California side with Douglas, against Buchanan, on the Kansas question. . i; ; . -The Tennessee House of Representa tives hare rejected...

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 March 1858

i- ; ? - 4 ji .! ' i: -TEW .i-i !!!.. t '7' -. , pTerSiOSBbscirJpo. .;,,:, . i. i'';;i'-rT?rrT''--i-:- it 1 -.-.. : " . ....Rates ff Advertising.. . ,.rj f i- tUjtrtia. r" la"." ui "l"' Usertio. " ,j. TUr A 1T. er una. On fomrti eolana "tW U m. M ; . - W kWf ZTihrte "; -ite7 t 4 ' 'i:mU But pM U 4ree,- V - ;J 1 iT mmt ' i JiJ'i ,'(;-" ! Single eeptes of Tn Nrws io wrapper tot eale ,1 this office.' Pr py-':'; : u " ' v Blast Dicuuutiox foe filing, for sale at this office 1 :i; Wanted1 at this Office.--A few corda'of wood feet m length, on iubwripfidh.' " . ." ' t -, Blank DeedTor at this office. To th Friends of Education. . . ,7 The friendsaof education," male and (e male old and young, of JEmporia and jicin-' itv, are requested to meel at the Emporia Hoaae, on Saturday 'next; April 3d, at 1 o'clock P. M.V to consider the ' educational interest of this' community, and 'pee what encouragement will bo given, to an A.cade mr, commenced the coming season- We wish that the. ladies trould...

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 March 1858

Concluded from First page.- terra of three years' eerviee which the usurp ing Legislature had fixed for its own mem bers expired, and the elections authorized by itself were to be held, for the choice, not only of new members, but of a Dele gate to Congress. While the Lecompton convention was assembling, the free labor party determined to attend these Territorial elections, and contest, throngh . them, for self-government within the Territory. They pat candidates in nomination, on the expiess ground of repudiation of the whole Lecomp ton proceeding. " The Lecompton coven -tion prudently adjourned to a day beyond the elections. The parties contended at the ballot-boxes, and the result was a complete and conclusive triumph of the free Labor party. For a moment this victory, so im portant, was jeoparded by the fraudulent presentation of spurious and iabncated re turns of elections in almost uninhabited dis tricts, sufficient to transfer the triumph to the slave labor party, and the fre...

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. — 3 April 1858

JOB '-ft- PBINTICT G-.; ... T L . The office of Thk Kaxxas Jfnra is furnished with a . com pie ta assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cute, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, &c, enabling the proprietor to print CiBCxxAas, Cams, CsxrincATxa or Stock," Deeds, Posters, and all other kinds of Job Paumxo, in a manner . unsurpassed ia the country..,. Particular atlectioa paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to -when accompanied frith Cash. 'Ex cel&iok" is our motto. - . " r-; Ts ,Tteo &&ar.?r annum, in advance. Tj ! '.'.f.i ,r. ('Btierof 'AdTertfaiifr 1 . first insertion, per line; ten; cents; each subse iooent Insertion, five eente pne dollar a line, per Bnum ' Displayed advertisements one-half over above rate. 'All transient and foreign adver tisements mast be accompanied by the cash, to in jure insertion. ' ' . .V.T H P E O F LE j A 1 V 4.I,&.'C ONQUER.": By P. Plumb. EMPORIA; KAjSJZAS, APEIL 3, 1...

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. — 3 April 1858

The Kanzas News. P. S. FfcUMB, : : : Proprietor and Editor. It. J. I1IJITON, : S Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: SATURDAY: ::n::::::"APRIL 3, 1858. ; Ijecompton has Passed the Senate. On Tuesday, th(23d ult.," the Lecomp ton Constitution passed the Senate of the United States, by a majority of exgJd! At the latest accounts the swindle had not pass ed the House, but it wa3 not doubted that it would be forced through under the gag of theprevioua question. Mr. Stephens, of Ga., gave notice in the House, on the 25th ult., that on the following Thursday, the 1st inst., he should call up the bill for the admission of Kanzas and call fof the pre vious question. There is no room to doubt that the bill will pass, and Kanzas be ad mitted into the Union as a slave State. The lust of office and gold has proved strong er in the Halls of the National Congress than the love of justice and liberty. The people of Kanzas are called upon to act in view of the consummation of this great crime ag...

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. — 3 April 1858

The Kanzas News. jBPAY:::::::::n::::n.::APRIL 3, 1858. Terms ot Subscription. Rates of Adyertisiiig. VLT-oBtki. 0! no, n m-. yemr. M 8. Ou half T!h- -o- M w; i .. ; yew. t All ta- Single copies of Thi Nra in wrappers for sale ,t tliB office at five eentspef copy. Bw Dxcxaatioxs for filing, for ale at this office. , ; Wanted at this Office.Afeweotdrfof wood 2 feet in length, on subscription. ... Blank Deeds For sale at this office. Slaves For Sale. T OFFER for sale privately, two valuable serv .nt. The conditions of the sale will b the securing of a good home, where humane treatment will be extenaea. ai " vuuas "I1"" - GEORGE W. McKOWN. January 16, 1858. tf. We clip the above advertisement from ttat delectable sheet, the Star of Fmpire, and insert it gratis. The said George W. McKown was one of the framers of the Le compton Constitution ; and after rendering his name infamous in that body, he return ed to his , home in Missouri, . became editor of the above mentioned paper, and is no...

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. — 3 April 1858

The Kanzas News. . The Old Man Dreaina. ST O- WXXDEIX HOLMES. 0 for one hour of youthful joy, Gir back my twentieth spnngi I'd rather be a bright-haired boy. Than reign a gray-beard king I Off with the wrinkled spoils of age; Away with learning's crown! Tear out life's wisdom-written page, - And dash its trophies down! One moment let my life-blood stream From boyhood's fount of flame! Give me one giddy, reeling dream Of life all lore and fame! ly listening angel heard the prayer. And calmly smiling said: "If I but touch thy silvered hair. Thy hasty wish bath sped. But is there nothing in thy track To bid thee fondly stay, "While the swift seasons harry back To find the wished-for day V Ah! trnest son! of womankind! Without thee, what were life? One bliss I cannot leave behind: IH take my precious wifel The angel took a sapphire pen And wrote in rainbow dew, "The man would be a boy again. And be a husband tool' And is there nothing yet unsaid Before the change appears? Remember, all ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
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