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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

HOME, FARM ASP OARPEX. It is soon enough to put on shoes ti lien tho colt lias reached two years. SrAi:cn I'olimi. Take one ounce ot spermaceti anil one ounce of white wax. melt and ran into a thin cake on a plate. A piece the size of a quarter dollar add ed to a quart of prepared starch Rives a beautiful luster to the clothes ana pre sents the iron irom sticking. Kakim Jbllv. Boil one tjmrt of new milk; whilst boiling, sprinkle in ,ltiwlv :nuarter of a pound of farina. Continue the boilinz from half an hour to a whole hour." Season with live ounces of sugar and a tcaspoonfnl of vanilla. When done, turn into n mold, and place it on ice to slitlen fccrvo it with whipped cream. Ax extensive apple grower, of ork Countv, I'i, states that he cultivates his orchards six or. eight yeirs after planting, and fertilizes with honedust and wood-ashes. Then the soil is sown to gnu- and annually enriched with goil stable manure as a top-dreeing or mulch, feUon? Ire is used as a wali for the bodie...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. STOCK jy THE TERRITORY. Caldwell Commercial. Mcwre. M. II. .Bennett and Jdo. A. Bit! returned on Sunday tvenmif, from m (rip through tbe Terrilory,taking in Pond Creek, lltii Fork, Wild Cat, (ijlJwaUr and other ranger. Tbey Kite a mort favorable report regaiding tbe filiation of afiairs through that lection of Jthe ccuntry, and teem confi dent Ibat tb loe of stock this winter i nothing comparatively rivalling. Taking lino torsiaeration tbe many sturmr, beat; mow and lack ol vater, tbe rattle men in the Territory will ccme out this spring iu be'ler haie than Ibry did lart year. Mr. lbnrelt ati he m many cattle that looked tough, hut the warm weather of the part iwo cs Las stance: me grais, and nnieM cold, sltety raina set in, there will be no further low to rpeak of. Mr. Bennett has a Lira of tCO cone, and out of that number, he has lot bulaevtn so fr. A few calm dropixddurine tbe hard weather had to be killed in order to save the cowr, but as he don't count the...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

A S DODGE CITY TIMES. o VOL. 'YII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 17, 1881. NO. 44. S" THE JUDGESHIP. Got. St. John, in tie sppoiotment of a JuJge in the new district, ret the political machinery in the Arlaneaw Taller a bilin hot He displayed strategy; a coop d'etat, brealing up a "tripartite" a political corr pjct. He threw a birnbehell and kilkd a political Cx ar a C-zsr. t Senator Srang was appointed Judge aga'nsl the wishes of the tii-party, the tea party, and the par-tee. But he will male a good Judge all the same. 1 The "expose" shows that Booth, Inman and S rang tried to deliver the unhatched tig', hot the Governor wouMn'nt eet on the nest. Ue wouldn't incubite! t He was "imperviousl" " t Judge Strang is the innocent Tictim of the Governor's political designs on the U. S. Stnate. Strang used no hook or crook, or device. He could.o hers could not qualify under tie Gaternitorial dispensation of the cece sary qualification. He got it I t Why was Inman pcted day and night at the port...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

,, , , , ,.. whisper can bo heard from cml to end THE DODGE ClTY TIMES. Uft!.e land, and it runs beneath the roar in ocean to cany mo voice 01 one ' -wonu ro nnouier. lltit other things than those of this htKMUimOS: $i.00-r Yrr, In Utlart. MMJOI.AS It, ELAINE, - EniTor. "THE WIDOW'S MITE." A widow bft had onlvone, A puny and dt-crcplt noii; lint, liny and night, ThoiiKb ft-trul nft. and wale andsnmli, A lot in;: child, h" was her all The widow1 mltc Th widow's mile nr, so 8iitnlnil. hb li.ittled onward, nor conqilalntxl, Tuotiah frinda-wen? fencrr Aod Hbllr sbfl loil'd fordailv luro X H'lto crutch uixin the stair Wo music to bcr. I aw her tbrn and now 1 urn Tbat. thouph re-i;?n'l and cberf uU srip lla Korrowt-d much: rheum: Ho pate it tf-ndcrly Muct faith; and. carefully laid by, A link- crutch. FmUrtdi Lochcr. THE PATENT OFI'ICE. Tlie business of the Department of Hie Interior is carried on in an immense cdilice that is built round n quadrangle, mid occupies two whole squares, half...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

& tJ w r THE DODGE CITY TIMES. rHrnirTIOS: $i.p(Fr Tur, la Idrinrr. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Kwtok. T1IE KIXG-CVPS TEST. Mr lip eemel swift enoucli with word?, 'Mi i 'diml-in no-, ion? iind tory, Thu'. c er ft her -weot f 1C? c laie, iAtt nil lbcir wonletl irlor. borne sliitnour in the deep blue eye Lo v' ntmt!e. tender toki n Drew clo.' the 1 l n irate of spectra, -ndlft the word unspoken. Till one rare morninir. when the car Wn jr iv with le-ifv limner. And N miru's tuneful tnmliidaur Wero lnirinir blilho lifnunniis: Wh n ei po found was in the air Thu wert-oiced Sprinc could utter, bhe plucked a kinir-cup frum tho hedge To see ir I liked butter. A (roiden ehilice. closed In "now; The blue cj cs pe rina- nn Jr E'en now. in oNTtnMulp-i:re, I And no nom forwonler. That, when youth's hippy intasrotmre It bubble-lieidetl wine. Tup per!es I'-ttul's tensl e face fcecuud more thjn half dii ln. Dear, cull les jrirll fbo clearly meant The sroldcn f rnitif d dry: I heard nlune a prenoun we...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 6UBSCHUT10N: M 60 per year. In advance IT. II. KLAI.-li:. Editor nnilPnlillaher. A SVRIXQ 6ERU0X. An exchange MrmoMze8 as follows: Text: Tie fir.t book or Motti, called Genesis, I chapter, 11th verse. "And God aaid, Let the etrlh Lring forth grans and tiers, jea, fruit trees; aud it was to." The worm locking hcue in this country cia be made to look kume like.by surround ing it with treia. A date, ncatby, rigretl town, devoid of bouvs orarchitecturl beau ty, devoid of pint, and lacking in every at traction, can be improved levtn thousand nine hundred and eeveniv-lwo per cent by the judicious s-ttiog out of foiest trees. A Log walljtring in tLe mud, on a July day, in the middle if the alreet, will look pictur esque if walloninu in Ike shadow of an ever li.uxir'g tree. Children are made happier, mothers. re relieved from the csre of theru, the household duties are better ptrfoimed, II treta are provided, uiider which 1J bouiirti can ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PLANT TREES. We on saf.ly eOiigest the plsntirg of tree ibis swing. All the condition i favorable for the plaatirg ud growing of tin. Many of out cu xts have, succeeded in stowing lre daring dry lenom, but there in ame lost and s f rot deal of troub le experienced. All kinds of tress ibat get a rood and vigoicut growth tnd ibedrj arose. Thioeasoo pruaiisie so will tht there ia likely to be nodraab.exe. Many f toe reasons far pUntirg treet need not be urged in thit pstaxrapb. Our cttixeat fall; understand ibe necttiity ud advanlsgtof tree culture. We imply desire to oirtci attentiin lo the nutter of plsntiog. Now the lime. Secure fiail, shade and orna mental nee. T.eet that tare teen propa gated in thi region will do much better for transplanting in this foil. lforria Collar bM fiat lot 'of rait and abade treea that Wrrre plaatrd last year. Iheee treei will do brtter than the plania groan in another sec tion. Mr. Collar baa mad a auocca in Ire planting, and he i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

HOME, FARW AX8 OHtnE.X. Rubber headed tacks are handy fo have in the house in man) ways. They ciay'lfe placcdon the backs of chajre to'prtsWnt lrijhfv To thcValls, and in luo rabbets of rattling windows to stO the uoUc, or in the janiln of doors for a similar purpose, tl I rrof. Knapp, in the Iowi Ilomt- slcail, ku in reference to tho llaxpced remedy for Itoj cholera, that as an al terative to keep tho blood in ood con dition there is no'hin;; equal to Ilax cod, but tint as a cure when animals aru disuiSJid. tlu.re.is uothiur in it. l ' J Ior toilet foip, make the he ana uso nke lanl r beef tallow; add eipht ounces of irlvtenne just before taking up. and stir Until luarlj cool. Perfume i with oil of almonds and cassia, or uae the oil of casu .ith oil of Iwrgamol oj ruse fjenmiuni. r"n fcoaP ,uaJ" UIJ I colored redLTUth Jintlinij of -d.a;;on1s blood or jellowwith a little jnnitta. I Seed Cake. One pound of butters beaten to a crc-im, one pound of silted liAnp'-iipkHone,,'poriiiiI of'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

Management of a Sicfc.Koom. Tiirirr nra nponle who seem to have been bom for Iho express purpose of rariDfr for their sufferin-,' fellows; they have tho light step, thecntle voice, the perfect manner which gives vou not only i tho inipre5'ion that you will be ciied i for tecilcrlv, but a!-o that your case is i w" ml I- n.l n nil ' nnilertLOtt. l nereis uu ucm w ".. them ju-t how sick you aro; they know it before j ou have spoken. It U a rare n).csiun, and liko the "quality of mirrr" blesses him that gives and him that takes. Such a woman do I renieni- bcr, hoe presence was a spiritual tonic, a mental anodyne, whoe brown, I wrinkled hand hid somehow learned j. the secret of consolation. Ihe kecn-j ncjs of her uart eyes not even au could dim; honored more than the heroine of great events is this patient woman, whose anxious care chanced the sick-room into a peaceful resting place. Not every one, by any means, can attain to perfection in tho adminis tration of a sick-room, but all can ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 March 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIflK TABLK-1., T. n. V. B. B. U0I10 K4T. rM-ri!tr..i: am. raaM-nger. It ESr.H. rnlfrtit .Mr u f'reijr&l.... 710 a.h oouo imt. raetLRcr..35A.M. l'aasrnger. 3"i ro. Krrl.bt.... I-JOT.K. t'rtlibt.... 1:15 . Our eiuzens are anticipating a Urge sum mer trade. We shemld remark there was a slight breeze on Monday. Motiii Collar bu a hrge variety of all kind of Med frr spring planting. Klijili Hutchinson and nan hare located in Meade count; and gone into the sheep raiairg. A little March wea.her Sunday night rin, fleet, mow, bail, thunder and light nirg. A. Bennett w in tie city McnJey. He will commence Ike republication of the Fearle'te Cull about Miy 1st. How thej will do it after the first of May: Putin fixtures for the sale of sods, lemonade etc '-Siilled drinks" aw likely to become fashionable, Howe faimers are substituting honey lo cuts for ossjre crrnge as hedge. It grows rapidly, rometrees jilanted in lb5 baviog Iliuba tifieen fret long. CiiLOeo. W. Kendall, whohadc...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

C'Cit yc" DODGE CITY TIMES VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 24, 1881. NO. 45. s MillGRATlOX. Immigration ia a fruitful theme for the Kansas newspaper. It ia elated that there are newspapers ia Missouri quite as helpful to the Kansas immigration cause as the neaspapers in Kansas. But these helps come from the comparisons made of the two states; and it is for no particular des're for Kacsia immigration. Tbe storm blasts o! winter are hardly over, and March is in all of its glory in variega. ted weather before the land-eeker is plod ding these desert wilds. Ilia advance guard is already on the field, and (he warm epriog sun will develope his numerosity. Much experience has be:n leirntd and the general character of the situation better understood, which will afford the immigrant a proper idea of the country, and tend to put him in sproper position in his new weMern home. Firming is not now the average Kansan'e delight. Kxperiesce has wrought a wonder ful change over the entire Slate. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Mlts(ISirTin: J5S.O'j.iT War, la tenure. XK HOLV5 I! KI.AINE, - 1'i.itok when it was given them convinced the managers that the tramp element a c en greater among the applicants for help than is generally suppo-id. Kach man is allow eil to saw a quarter of a conl of w ooil a day, ami for tint 00 SLOW. XVhn you a pair of bright ere. meu Thit inakcjuurbeart lu rapturv tieat: Vhiimme mice kettu? to you unite gwirt Than any ot her olco jou knuw ilo it!nr.tny friend, yo slow! ForbTlclile.t ejc. bat coll lictnijisl. Am! j.wo.te.1 voice of youth anil inaU Tbel rj falet thing time uld. And thereby wrtmirlit n 1t al or wo (otfluv, iny frkud.jruslovrl Wdnijou'r1 com Im-ed ymi are a t.iet, Ant, fet.htujrall ibe Krld to know it. Call fn irac il lt to how it. 1 oiiriiraetiulluf irlour an t blow, OoHitn my friend, ? slow! Tor many a one bus dim the a'e. And thought toirraeplhe band of Fame, An'l let hit n er en bU name Ju print. .And bl wuTe-lt-kets know: Go p'oW, my tricixU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

1 4 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. M'&MHirTIOX: t.ttOer TrtU AdTaare. NICHOLAS I?. KLAIXK, - Eiutou. ; Wfo'D FANTASIES. O wIM nl woeful wlnM Cease forone moment ibvcomilainlmt dreary. And tell mo it thou art not sal and weary, Jtnd It thy navel I not lonir ami eerie O ilI ami Hucful wind I ) houseless homeless wlndl It wrinsrsinr neirt to heir th'S-iI lamenting: llattljoii a wound hose pain knows nore- luitinir, . . Canst never lay thy burden tiy repenting? O hirtieless houulew wind! 0adand mournful wlndl From what wild depths ot human pain and orrow CouldVt thou those tone of rtMlcas anuiso burrow. , Aa of a soul that dreams of no to-morrow? O sad and mournful wind I O solitary wlndl We know not whence thou com'st or whither irot. When round our hMiics thy wizard blast thou Mou e-t, No bnme. nor shelter, thou, poor pilgrim, knowet 1) solitary wind! Mot melancholy wind ! I thine a requiem o er the dead and dying. Or art thou soimMlepairimr spirit slxhinff O'er a lost Paradise behind thee...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. UODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MARCH 31 hLIl&Cilin ION : a it) per year. In adrance. It.B. KLArac.EdiforantlFablUtier. THE GOULD JIOUTE The ex'eorioo of the Missouri Pacific railroad is in progress The first point to te reached ii Wichiti. Toe Eij:!e says; 4-Ii u the intention of the Gould interest to pueh Oil's line as rapidly a powtihle rot lily faiier than any lice wn ever built txrfor to the mining regions ol New Mrx ico. Wichita being an important poiot and on the unect lite li Mexico can teture lor heree f and the coouy an iutmst in the iiiotl powerful corporation now on the conti nent oitli the lecond mist powriful already in her omeeudon. It hetiit: entirely improb able ibit any one coruraiiun can evtrosro or control two such national h'ghwavs the tot ire bentti a to accrue to ihr pruducara of th s arc inn ai.il to the trade and markets of Wichita need not be enlarged upoo. Every man With an ounce of brains can take in the eiiuaiion. It would eimpiy mean ui....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- Tie new town of Ifcmiog New Mexico, promise to be a business point lor tnohip meit of Texas cattle and the Taluebleoies of Art ma. The town i located at the i mcti ,o of the N. M. 4 T. K. B ( he A. T. A S. F ) with the Southern P.c fir, where Ibe former oases Ibe BoutnirorsciucRiioi: toward Guajmes. The conn ry atojod D.miog ia reculiarl adapted to gr a n. W.ter. thoogh icrc, can be obtained by drive well', and in nearly eery insancc where eflons have been made in this diiiCt- ion good water has been fonnd in p eoliful cmsmi ies at a ditsnce fiom 45 to 75 feel. Toe majority of the well injected to the ftfttai time baTe bien in the diy b.d of the Rio Membrez, about fourteen miles inm where the watersides. It ia belie Ted that the rieer rune utd.r the Rtouid for a num ber of mile. Dealing enjoys a fiou nitur! location lor a loan. The celebrated Fl ril jnouti'sios are ten toilet d shot. 1 Pao ab.nt C7 milt. The country between KaUn aod Doming along the tioe of iLe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

TuMinff a Calf Tall. Tlicro is nothing tlral demand state-liian-lilp of a high order as much as the driving of a cow with a young calf to any particular 'acc Two (Jalvcstou colored men undertook a job of this character yesterday, and although they gavo the matter their careful attention, .the result was very far from satisfacto ry to anybody except the cow, which teemed to enjoy it very much. Sam anil Kill weru to get a dollar to take the cow and calf and put them in the yard of the owner, Mr. Thomas Carljle, who lives at the south end of Galveston Av enue. After trying in vain to get the cow to nnderotand in what direction thov preferred she should go, Sam and Hilf called a cabinet meeting, at which the following campaign plan was agreed upon: Sam was to take up the calf in his arms anil go ahead, while Hill was to hold thu cow back by the rope which waj fastened to her horns. "Kf she gics too fast'" said Hill, "I'll jest hold her back." "And ef ulie don't foller fat enough I'll jc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

e t ? Captain EauVs Tarion Project. I'lans and L j the A St. Loui correspondent says: C.npt. James I!. Ead will start for Mevico in a few days to have his Te hauntcpec ;jrant confirmed by the Mcx ican Congress. He will then go to Tampico, where some of his engineers are surveyinz the harbor for the United States Government. Thence he wjll proceed to the Isthmus where he will spend a month and make a thorough in spection of the route for his ship-railway. This done, he will sail for San Francis-c-, and, as Consulting Kngineer of the State ot California, examine the mouth nf the Sacramento l!ier. From there hepoesto Orepm.wherehe will inspect 'm rf Dtcemb;r , x the mouth of the Columbia Iavcr and a8Udacn ,tuel of nearal;:U ilumooiai liiv. ue win men icuuu iu bed for years irlth that terrible disease, I If 'they were not convinced that It was a duty rheumatism, hire been completely enred they owed to suffering humanity: they hare by the use of a single bottle. Such cases experienced th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 March 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TlflE TABI.E-A. UOIKU IJH. rateenejrr. 1:30 A.x. P.ta-uj:ir II Ma x. lmzrint ..IfrUi." rrtUIti "' r.u freight... S 10 a.u , X. A I. I'. It H. COIXG VEST. I'wts uger. .3.10 a.m. l'uxngrr SiV) rjt. l.rulgrant 7.40 AJU freight... iair.. Kreieht 1:4Jax. . JlcGI.NMS, jrnt. Vt Gallai-dw adding eleeiiig rooms to tie Great Wee m Hu'el. W. CSliinu iii jmtctd ad interest in a newspapers Si. Elmo, Colo. The nilioad company will rLorlybuiH a comiaoJiwin round heu- ai llii ioiol. A round-up on theSavlog will take piste from Mueller's ranch, April 10:h. A. H. Bc-yd i ' " l,rm " Pawnee couuij.HJttrioundliii: the plaming of spring crop". On Friday ll there w a heivy snow in Fxtlern nd Central Kar.su. It was a et nuw. Eieler Sunday fails " tin lll cf April. It 1j Imped Kg' "!' l- '" on lh,t da' io pricf. Buriney- is uuAioS up" a Mile. Spring gratsar.d lie "ioui.d-1 p." will turtle DoJge witli activity. The rooiid-up ol ca'lle on the ranee scu h ofDoJge will coninieDce April 25.b, com mer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

DODGE CITY TIMM a VOL. TIL DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 31, 1881. NO. 46. UXCOSSTITV TIOSAL. The LMvenworth Tioois has an elaborate article touching the constitutionality of the Prohibitory lew in relation to faw issued by the Prorate (Xurt. The Time ssys: Article thiee, of the constitution, defining the powers and datitu of the judiciary, seta forth the power Tested in the Probate Court aa follow: Slctiox 8. There shall be a probate court u each couotf, wl.ich ihmll be court ol record and have suih probate jtirwliciton and care of esta e of deceased pem.ni. nun- t n-.nnf mind as mav tie or. ana peiwu. m md."- --- . . . prescribed by law. and shall havejorwdic-!?.-' - i- ,. -i,. The court lion in oe ui .-. -"j- - ---shall cooait of onejudge, who .hall be elec ted by the qailified voter of the con- ty .and bold hie nrhce two jean. He shall be bis own clerk, and ih.ll bold couit at tucb tine, and recetre for compensation such ftes, aa may be picribed by law. Now, a man does not need to b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. MTUM'KII-TIOV: $S.Olar lrar.la Jtdiaare. NICHOLAS II. KLAINK, - KniTon. A MAN'S LIFE. One Mirifif abo e all tons I si wr, Onuaoin- that breathe of Uneand spring- A man'e life Is a precious thing:, I know that we who Urn to-lay Art born to dream and die a tbey " fco-e lonnii hare wholly passed away: That we. who hearts are bol I and stout, A re weak dlcot erers tat about AmM the windy setsof djubt. The simple faith of other years Is muflled music to our ears A olceuf tanging- ihjked with tears: For we hai o lost the holy trace Of God. tbo unknowable one. whose face Is bidden in darkness fur a spjico; And rtianv men are prone to "wear That (J rd is but l he euul s de-pair, A being; as jrbostly as the air Tint out of passion and sweet breath rhftlleome whatever wldom saith, due t-kcrlastlng- nbrht of death. Alal 1 know that sorrow dwells Within the Hunt as sound In b'lls. That hearts are often nuinin; hells: I know tbat Mtter crime and lust Aro !art of our pollute...

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