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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 13 December 1888

S-i'A; mmimzmmm!. m&mM ml '&& S tf "r f3fVV '&frCi S 1 s h T ri J. -a ' - ttfk a,VL J JC t.,1 V WirftB' iK, 4.V"1T ' "'VTsrs-. urf . -ic,- jj .1- -if 'a.--9ei- , T j-- Ti .T7-Y-S --1 . Jjc 'i'VT'T'. Wifc--" "C,?- rr ". 1J ,.," - --v v-'T-wrr-r -mfrwAaii W w. W4. fe rv Sj.iJ k?, V - are! M'r nu f v s WP1 &&' THE THOMASCOUOT CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTTr PAPER. Issued by TbomM County PuWshlnr Co., at Cblbr. Kansas erexy Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. The substitute tariff bill it is said -will pass the senate. The Kansas Farmer is advocating 1 farmers institutes for Kansas. These are successfully conducted in other states, and in none would as much good come from them a in Kansas. Discussion is nowrampant concer ning the annexation of Canada. .We presume Great Eiituiu will have some thing to say on the subject befoieitis done. So far that power has not dis, mussed the Mibjecf. ,- " Democratic pupcis arc now holding lip their hands in holy honor ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 13 December 1888

j f .-r Y ,'X '? Wtfwmmm T- t m WOMAN'S DEPABTMENH WOMAN. Cfiuvguardlan an pel she has always bsen. Our guardian angel she will always be. lEe'd have her fair as Helen, Sparta's quoee. We'd hare her virtuous as Penelope. Sufi she's so often all thit we desire, go fair, so virtuous, she must not mix Cjh oil, and so we keep hor from the mire, lie dirty slough of modern polltlps. Hs vry strango how long some chestnuts llvet The foregoing Is a chestnut, wormy, old But 'tis the reason legislators give Why thoy the right to vote from her withhold. Boston Court sr. MRS. M'LOONEY'S VIEWS. Eenslble Sentiments on the Woman Suf fraRO Question Crudely Expressed. An' it is mcsilf ye ax wud I vote an' I cajv me chance? Faith, an' I wud, thin! An1 wus it consarnin' meself ye wus a TOinlhrin' cud I tell the rason why I'd like to bo lakin' meself to th' polls? faith, an' I kin tell ye that, too!" The assessor, on his rounds, had questioned the sad-eyed woman, think ing to make the comely face bright...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 13 December 1888

If"- m iVJl T3- 'HW . ."- ' ' - Jtj -" - 'I AN t ;; X ft h t) h s "s d C C a'1 At I' food; Aa Economical aad Healthful Feed for All lint Very Young Stock. According td the German values of the albuminoids, fats and carbo-hydrates in stock foods, the digestible parts of a ton of oat straw have nearly seventy per cent-, and of a ton of wheat straw nearly fifty-six per cent- of tho . value of the digestible portions of a ton of average meadow hay. Whilo the German valuations are too high for this country, at least for that por tion west of New York State, the com parative values given above are not thereby rendered incorrect. But when fed alone oat straw has not seventy per cent, and wheat straw fifty-six per cent, of the actual feeding value of average meadow hay fed alone, weight for weight This is because the hay has albuminoids, fat and carbo-hydrates in such proportions that animals can digest nearly all there is of them in digestible form; while in oats, or wheat, or rye straw th...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 13 December 1888

T7 TF ac-eKf k- Vt?W 4" WHEN WIFE'S A QO'N' AWAY SMBehotr-yants mrooBtkofie'TT Ain't so funny as before, An' I'm all the tine forgettla' Th-s or that 'ere little ebon; When I git out in the kttcnea. Want to sang around an' stay; Gness Tm foolish cans this ct'iuV, Why my wife's a o'n away. She's a flxin' things np for me With a thoughtful, iovin' care, TeUin me that somethin'a here. An' somethin' else h oTer there; Lookin' sober, speakin' low voiced, Tbcuzh she hasn't much to say: Ketch her eyes on ma all dim like Guess sheha'cs to go away. Wish 'twas oer w'sh 'twas way off W sh we didn't have to part: That's jist what I keep a thinkin'. An' afeclin' in my heart. P raps ourspecrit-, ste muh furdcr Than the partm' of to-day, An' jest hint what they can't tell us. When a loied one's go'n away. Calls to minJ another journey, Ily an' by we all mnt go. Wonder who's a gttin' ready For the train that moves so slow? Brings the fars to thin' about it, So I git nigh'her an' pray. It may be my ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

4 " T tiy ' AT-. y '.VT L r u V -! -' Thomas Cat. .- f -! s VOL. IV. NO. 41. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20, 188 TEN PAGES. $1.50 PER YEAR., 1 ' -?.- '"ii1" COliNty k" THE RAILROADS. ' AN INDICATION OF BIC WORK 11 Nt.VT SDQINO The Union Pacific's Extension from Colby West A Large Order of Steel Rails at Low Figures Railroad Cuages-An Electric Locomotive- The Omaha Republican says that a Union Pacific railwaj- corps is still at work in JEaste rn Colorado, and that the indications are the company is seriously contemplating the construc ion of a line westward from Colby V next year. The Railway Age says "a contract for 17,000 tons of steel rails or the Union Pacific railwa3' company has teen awarded to one of the Chi cago rolling mills at a price which is stated to be a little over 27.50 per ton. It seems that the contract was obtained by a Pittsburg mill, which .. being full of orders, turned it over to. the Chicago mill, the latter being wil ling to take it at a ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

V-- -r.s -rf- t 5-t.' Sf3& i$ THOMAS COOTTY CAT. - JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. . COLBY. -"- - - - - KANSAS. A MODERN ROMANCE. She hid studied aU of the "olojties," Knew all about Latin and Greek, Italian and Spanish could read and write. And French and German speak; Could sing like a seraph or nightingale. Was pretty well up In art; She graduated from the Harvard Annex, And then she lost her heart. Thnre were moonlight walks, a sa'l or two, A drive, when the day was done; Ribbons, laces, a wedding march. And then tho twain were one. A run to Europe, then home again. Receptions and balls, a score; Then they settled down to life's routine, And tho honeymoon was o'er. Alas ! for their life's ship tossing now 'Mong the breakers of "Something to Eat;' Alas! that the lovo of a man should depend On a bit of bread and meat. Bat a dinner of herbs though seasoned with love. On the palate at last will pall, And he lougad Tor the flesh-pots of Egypt, And the fatted ex in the stall. The cook gre...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

X'" y -? . f. THOMAS COUNTY. OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. OOI.BY. KANSAf THE TONGUE. "The boneless tongue, so small and weak. Can crush and kill," declared the Greek. ' Tne tongue destroys a greater horde," The ?urk asserts, 'than does the sword." The Persian proverb wisely saith: 'A lengthy tongue on early death." Or sometimes take this form instead: ' Don't let your tongue cut off your head." " The tongue can speak a word whose speed," Says the Chinese, "outstrips the steed." "While Arab sages this impart: " The tongue's great store-bouae is the heart." From Hebrew wit the maxim sprung: Though feet should slip, ne'er let the tongue." The sacred writer crowns the whole: ' Who keeps his tongue doth keep-his souL" Philip li. Strong, inM Y. Mail andxpret. CURIOUS WAGEKS. Bash Bets Made by Some Persons in Days Gone By. Absurd Chances Assumed by a Physician Neat Way in Which, a Prince Won a Wager Betting; on the Weather, Ugliest Person, Kte. So far as wo can go back in the world's histo...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

r-j ;-f J "r i'-rjr- t " "" i . -ssvs', , f- T5iv? i ,J V W' f. 3P. , T:IE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CUT PAPBR. TREE PLANTING IN KANSAS. Written for the Tree Grower. Having made an extended tour through Kansas during the past sum mer, I will make a few observations upon tree planting for your valuable publication. That trees can be successfully plan- "orton now lights her streets by j jn jg there is now no shadow iMued ty Tbomu County Fublsblnjr Co., at Colby, Kansas every Tbundmy of each week. JOSEPH. A. GILL, Editor. the electric light. It behooves a town to rustle ewr thing that comes in sight. for Postmaster J. N. Fike's term of of fice expires January 12, 1891. The Colby postoflice is a presidential office with a salary of $1400. Several par ties have expressed a desire to sue cceel Mr. Fike to the office The Presidential Electors will meet at the capitols of their respective -gtates on the second Monday in Jan uary next to cast their votes for -President and Vice-P...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

iIlll. jm"& Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 1888. This office 1ms just turned out a neat " four page pamphlet for that enterprising real estate and loan man R. L. Kiddle, who while advertising his business i a'.so advertising Thomas county and Col by. Says the Logan Republican: "It is al w.i s best to treat criminals humanely, but, as the Thomas Cat intimates, they should before committing crime have considered the fact that prisons are not provided with beds of flowery case." There is tal'i in Grdiam county of the commissioners offering a bounty of 50 cents per acre for breaking prairie. This no doubt would have a tendency to bold much of the rainfall that now runs off into draws and streams. The plan looks feasible. In selecting your Christmas presents don't forget the poor. The scriptures shot.' that it pays in the long uin to re member them. By the way we are poor, very poor. Almost anything will Jo u-. Don't bring around the earth, our stock ing is not quite large enough...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

ssv . 4Alllk .. K. E. VAN EPP3, PHOTOGRAPH E B. , OBERLIN suid COLBY. Colby Gallery orea second Mondey in each month, formic week. C. H. T'liASTEii, lnsur'cand Col's Frank Pixciiee. Notary Public and cu'nn n .o. com. PIN GHEE & PLASTER, Miss Edith Lawrence is "to take charge of the Brewster school at its riext term. Kansas has su'iiu gifted ,- newspaper women, whose work shows thgi-eat apt itude for the profession they have made meirown. ai ini ume there "ate somel. thirty women devoting lhelr"o:ilire time Real Estate and Insurance Agts. Do a general real ota'e business, corres pondence 'olicited. Addies l'JNOUEK & Pr.tSTKK. Colby, Kas. v. c7 kiiy7m & PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. Office -! door north of postoffieo. Xicht call-, answeicd iroiti re-,i(Nnce on Mission Hidue Avenue between Fourth and Filth St.-.i H. E. Weld. WELD J. E. Campbell. & CAMPBELL. $r ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in tVeld-Scnter Building, ICOLfJY. - - - KANSAS. to newspaper wiiti.ig i...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

PH.,-;.P,X".P'HU1 ?W PLENTY OF M rS&r .- J'3f v-v - FARM CHATTEL LOANS. AND OFFICE IN BASEMENT UNDER BRICK BANK. '$ THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL. Editor. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 18S8. ADVERTISING RATES.- 1 inch per month $1.00 i column per month per inch 7"i i column per month per inch 60 1 column per month per inch 50 Advertising for 1 week, 25 per cent ad ditional on above. Professional cifrds 75 cents per month Locals 5 cents per line each insertion; 9 lines to the inch. Legal advertising, legal rates. 8ALINA & COLIJY RY.-TIME TABLE. West. East Fr't A. Pasp'r. Lv d'ly ex Sun STATIONS. Fr't & Paps'r Para'r. Pass' r. ar d'ly ex Sun day. Leaves Arrive daily. daily a. Ji a. m p. m. p. in. 5.30 2.30 a. m 0.40 7.05 5.03 a. m. 3.00 7.(0 4.5.'. 6.35 ... .!alinu.. 11.40 10.00 Lincoln Center 9.57 P. ID. 2.40 9.4( ... Plain villc, ...Hill tity. Hoxie... Colby... ....Oakley.. 7.10 4.40j 7.10 11.00 5 31 4.15 3 0") p. m. 2.15 p. m. 12.1! 9.30 !.15 C. K. & N.-KOCK ISLAND...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

55 t -jVSMf i TZTsrrZZ -'xTrV mmm WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. FROM FOREIGN FIELDS. Woman Suffrage In Austral la Report of a Recent Interesting Meeting of Leading Suffragists in the Great Island. A late issue of the Woman's Journal oontained the following: The Australian House has a bill be fore it which proposes to extend the suffrage to all women, married or sin gle, who aro twenty-five years of age and who have a property qualification. The women of South Australia held a spirited meeting at Adelaide, on July 20. The discussions were bhared not only by women, but by clergymen and members of Parliament. Rev. J. C Kirby moved "That a woman's suffrage league be formed in order to obtain leg islation giving women the franchise on the principles adopted at the meeting of ladies and others held at Gawler place on July 13." This was seconded by Mrs. O. Lake, and supported in a lively speech by Mrs. M. Lee, who said that two thousand women of South Aus tralia had petitioned the throne for the rel...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

wumin" i wiwii mwmuii9iMmu Beg sem WJBbSmqFi sw! se-sr. . - i TV" ' 11 l?" 1 I ,v w 'f t FACTS ABOUT REPTILES. Some of the Popular Errors m to Set-peats and Their Wars. King Solomon acknowledged that there were "three things which are too wonderful for me, yea, four which I know not,"' and one of these was "the way of a serpent upon a rock," and for years the mode of progression of a snake remained to men of science as much a mystery as it was to Solomon. It is thought the absence of limbs is a great disadvantage to snakes, but the fact is their ribs take the place of limbs, so that, instead of having two pairs they sometimes have over two hundred. Aristotle thought they had as many ribs as there are days in the month, but in fact the number varies and reaches four hundred in pythons. Mr. Furguson once followed a large snake and found a smart walk suffi cient to keep up with it. Nor do snakes exercise any fascination over their victims. Pepys alleged that they ejected poison on lark...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 20 December 1888

:5H?pi '3?,V t?f Wc Q 4-V "?,? TfSS j" T -".;;" -y? 'V t?r i ? ! t jerybo WILL SAVE MONEY by carefully HOLIDAY STOCK FIKE -AT- THE POSTOFFiCE STORE, before purchasing. We will sell you Dolls at Actual Cost! TOT2TS until you can't rest. The Finest Christmas Cards Ever displayed in the city. Our stock of PLUSH .' GOODS! Consisting of Toilet, Manicure and Work Sets, cannot be surpassed in the West. Also Whisk Brooms, and a choice selection of Gift and Juvenile Books. And as we are limited for space, we will not mention the IMMENSE STOCK OF VASES. C. B. DAKIN, Real Estate Broker ! And Notary Public. Deeded lands, school lands, town lots, timber claims, homesteads, relin quishments bought and sold. Money loaned on real estate and on chattels. One acre and three acre property in South View addition, 200 lots in South Park addition, and 500 lots in the town proper. Improved property to rent Farms pin chased for non-residents. Invite correspondence. Office with State Bank of Colby. THE Farm...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

if -vrl V PMMMpnFW - -VfcllttMrih '! ,j -a; -UU af --i ."S 4 I Thomas Cat ..- d .vi 'OL. IV. NO. 42. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 27, 188. ii.50 PER VKAR. COUNTy mm mMmmmmflimHLata WILL SAVE MONEY by carefully examining the OLIDAT STOCK -OF- 'IKE & GO'S. -AT- IE POSTOFFiCE STORE, before purchasing. We will sell you Dolls at Actual Cost! TOTS until you can't rest. The rinest Christmas Cards Ever displayed in the city. Our stock of : LUSH GOODS ! (4 sting of Toilet, Manicure and Work Sets, cannot be assed in the West. Also Whisk Brooms, and a choice action of Gift and Juvenile Books. And as we are limited space, we will not mention the MMENSE STOCK OF VASES. fee MUELLER & PARADIES, FURNITURE MEN Of South Franklin Avenue, )esirc to inform the citizens of Thomas County and Colhv that they now have on band line lines of furniture, which they are offering at lower prices than ever bu rns known in western Kansas. , (LEG ANT PAHLOlt SUITS. BEDROOM SETS, PLUSH ROC...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

i "'-5Sr V" '?5SF , "-, "" mmw?mmf , . c y-s- nJT.i MTil "..- W,"Sr K -w. 9-&1 j ; ai """ V 1 rk ' P- - THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. ...... KANSAf DANCING IN THE BARN. -Along the sky sweet airs are still; Across the grass the moonbeams fall; Upon the night strikes sweet the trill Of nightingale and wbippoorwill. And down the vale I bear the call To "Dancing in the Barn." Ah me! So long ago it seems to be That "Dancing in the Barn." The torchlight falls on each yonng face As, wheeling in the country dance. Now in, now out, onr shadows chase .About the dear, old-fashioned place Can aught in life so much entrance As "Dancing in the Barn?" Ah, no! For youth is fair, but it must go, Like "Dancing in the Bam." But ah ! that night when as of yore I heard the haunting old refrain "When Lovo is done, it comes no more; And ah, my heart, how you were sore! And yet my feet kept time again With "Dancing in the Barn." Too late; The hour had struck of life and fate To "Dan...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

" "" "ij" nrS "VKSb J- i 'V THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. f r vr pv - - - KANSAS OUGHT. Speaking about the use of words; Friend, have you ever thought How much of life is centered ia That little phrase, 1 ought? 2?o great thing ever was achieved, No glorious battle fought $ By one who feared to strike the blow When reason said be ought. "Why is yon man so honored, and His fame by all besought? He followed Nature's teachings and Has labored as he ought. Behold yon poor, degraded wretch! Why has he come to naught? He would not leave the wine-cup though AH Nature cried: "You ought." I, too, am prematurely old. With knowledge dearly bought. Because I dared to disobey i When conscience said I ought. If you would lead a happy life ! With noble actions traught, Uespect the voice within you when It softly says: "You ought.'" And when 'tis finished you will And Whatever good you've wrought You did when you obeyed a voice That whispered low: "You ought," Frank C. HUM, in Western ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

HIHHIHTTT Tr V i.t 3i - . -"v -. II l f lll t.t? gskJi jf L." iiiiM,SJOUNTY CAT. '0L2.L COUNTY AND CITr PAPER. a rvmntr Tnhllhlm CO- at Kansas every Thursday of each wee. iMuedt'yTao '"olbj ju-dfcPH A. CILL, Editor. good redemption Kauas needs a law. It Is tcrj singular that Oberlin people should depreciate the benetits of Mi land office and yet work so zealously to retaia it are Thm- Forest Act. The Boeue signal bjs 4 fatnvmuBnu. beine tokea to build a railroad from Under tae forestry act of this state, Thomas county offers better oppor tunies 10 eastern people seeking to get cheap homes for themselves than any oiher place in the West While it is not at all new, it is sugges ted, and the suggestion meets our hearty approval that the salaries of our state legislature, senate and house be increased from 3.00 to $5.00 per day. The per diem now will hardly p.iy hotel bills, and no one unless he be we tlthy can afford to be a legislat or. Iucicise the per diem to $5.00. that place to St...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

r- , W- if --"V " -S3Ai-'5 PLENTY OF MONEY FARM CHATTEL L0ANS AND p" - - i U.Jb; 'hm THE THOMAS f OUNTY CAT. I .KiSKlMT A. (ULL, Editor. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1&88. A 1 1 V Ell 1'ISING RATES. 1 inch pci month 'JP column per month er inch ?.r coluniii !'T tniuiih per inch 60 1 column poi moMth er inch 50 AaveitiMiitf foi 1 week, 25 per cent ad ditional on 'ihovc. Piofcsvioiuil curds 75 cents per month. Liv.-.'s ." rs-nts per line each insertion; 9 line- tollw inch. Legal .u'vei'ising, lenal rates. SAUNA X COUnY U V. TIME TABLE. EaKt 2T6 273 STATIONS. Fr't & Pass'r. Arrnc Pass' r, ar d'ly cx Sun daily day. p. in. p. in. 5.30 2.30 a. m 9.40 7.05 5.05 a. m. 3.00 -nhna.. 11.40 Lincoln Center 9.5' ..Flamvillt'. ...Hill c ity. . ...Hoxie... .. .Colby... ... Oakley.. 7.10 5.31 4.15 3 0") p. in 2.1 C. K.&N -HOCK ISLAND ROUTE-.NOV 18, '88. OOINO WEST. T Dist frm Colo DIst frm Day Ni,tAc Ex com Col by. Kx Sp'if i m p m 145 Chicago Ft. Joseph Kansan City Norton Jennings 8eldrn COLB...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 27 December 1888

Vx. n ijn rfut rfT iK?f' Avk j1--tt Steffi "-V "" TOMAJS DEPARTMENT. MY BROTHER. TTma ensign streameth gallantly; ytty are Its folds so dear to thee, My brother? Because that fla proclaims thee free, What mean the stars and stripes to ine, Jtly brother? 'Strfrc not to satisfy my soul lAfOii less of 1utfce than the whole. My brother! Cod maketh woman's eyes to see; JbtA lo, her tears fall bitterly. My brother 1 She loveth thee with mighty love; Shall she not set the right abore, My brother? Dost thou, then, cherish Antony .As one like whom thou fata would'st bo. My brother! 2Say! Woman's heart must swell 'ncath wrong. .And woman's hands grow firm and strong. My brother; Cod driveth love of freedom high Ukc white-cappfd waves to meet the sky, My brother! llRcalleth woman to be free 2"en as His voice hath once called thee, My brother; fTbc heavens call the raging main, The lashing wind is in its train. My brother! Ob, loose the hand that, clenched, doth hold 3Ij" own from me! In what s...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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