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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 December 1905

CHURCH DIRECTORY Sedalia Churches. SUNDAY SERVICES TAYLOH CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Bcliool Preaching Class-meeting Ep worth League Preaching Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing of each week. Rr.v 1, Davib, Pastor. Residence 107 E. Cooper street. g;3o a, in. 1 t,oo a. 111 5',oo p. ni. 0,30 p. m. 7,:5o p, in. BURN'S CHAPEL, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Schcoi - 10 a in Preaching First and Third bun day in each month, 1 1 a. 111. and 7j3o p. 111 Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Paws free and everybody made welcome Rev K i Burns,' Pastor, .MisrfLela Jones, Clerk Morj&.n Street Uaptist Church. Preaching 11:00 a. m. Sunday school .. ..2:30 p. m. Preaching 730 p. in. Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening". Come, you will be made welcome lo all of our ser vices. Rev. R. Adfcins, Pastor. PERSONAL. Anyooc failing Jo receive their paper should notify the publisher by letter or postal card at once Don't fail to visit the firms that advertise with us when you mak...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 23 December 1905

7 i 1 lifii t i ' - m ' "V,i. iiris Concluded. come and, His Svillbc done 6a the earth, as it is in Jieaven." enccs. Climb on, boys, all your streriRl'i lies In union; your dan gers, in discord. The citizens of Pnri? arc "up and do'ui,'.' T'Ih well, because !' dleness ia the whirlpool of ruin and destruction, The "Hint to Mothers," in a re cent ISSUf Of tllC SllDAMA COHSKK vai ok, was timely. II would be well for some mothers to put a latch on their tongucS, while in the presence of their children. Rev. 1'. D. Yocum, pastor of the A. M. E. church, is moving thins"! along At the ral'y on the 17, he raised SUMO. The Red Birds flew awav from the lilue Ilirds. Rev. Downing-, pastor of the Uantist church, has moved his family here nnd, wilt locate on S Main street. lie has the best wishes of all. Mhe program rendered by the pupils of room No, I of our public school last Friday was in every re spect a credit to teacher and all. The celebration of the 100th an nivcrsary tf the bitth of Wil...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1906

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Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1906

! 'tar Sedalia Weekly Conservator. Pablihsed every Saturday morning an entered at SedaltaPost-ofiftoe as Seo ond class master. W. H. Huston. Editor. Per Year (in advance) . Six months (.in advance) Bintie Copy. . 1.00 , .60 . 05 Turning Over a New Leap. Christmas has come and gone. New Year's has brought its all inviting-hopes befere us, Now is the time tor wise and sober resolu tions. All of us have turned over a new leaf, figuratively speaking. It has been turned over all right, but how long will we let it remain turned over? So many of us, after we have turned over new leaves often, delight to turn back to the old ones because we love them best. You had best be a little cautious lest you get your leaves tan gled. Don't be so loud in your talk aljout the new leaf, the new life, the new aspirations and the new ideals. Talk less of them and show us by your activity what you mean. People today -judge each other not by their talk, but by the standard of what they are doing. It is alwa...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1906

Sedalia Churches. WJW 4UNDAY SERVICES. Will ttUPEL METMODtST CWMCH. 9J30 a. IjlEpwor.th League m. it.oo a. m 5;oo p. m. 63 p. po. 7, Sop. m. FVrPfiver Meeting Wednesday even- rjr l!bTns of each week. . fsv' Residence 107 E. Cooper street. d'Pritanl.Snff nnrscium, hue umsr emu & Preaching First and Third Sun day in each month, n anv and. 7;8o p. m Prayer Meeting Tuesday night Covenant Meeting Wed. night Pews free and everybody made welcome ' fiev B D Burns, Pastor, " Miss Lela Jones, Clerk fferg&n Street Baptist Preaching ... i. ,iil:00iVinV r,y weanes- ,ome, you will be S. W. BACOTE, D. D. Pastor of the Second Baptist church, Kansas City, Mo., where the Inter -State Literary Associa. lion was 8E hospitably entertained. Dt. Bacote is a man of remarka ble energv, and a versatile .trend of activities are very constantly awaiting his attention. He is greatly aided in his work by his wife, a woman of extraordinary character, intelligence and com. mon sense. 1 Dillard's Grocery at...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 6 January 1906

I 4" 1. ft Jesse Allen, sr., spent Xmas with his daughter in Muskogee IT. Miss Aurora Perry resigned her position in the Lincoln High school and began teaching in the public school at Guthrie, Oklaho ma, the first of the, year. Miss Glover Hawkins passed through this city Friday en route to herhome in Lexington, George Neff and wife, of Boon yille, visited Mrs Fannie Gorham during the holidays. The entue party were guests ot Mrs Jennie Vincent Tuesday. William Vincent visited rela lives in Georgetown Xmas. MissesCordelle and Russie Wal ton visited their mother, Mrs Su sie Smith, last week. Mesdamcs Gcorgie Jackson, Se- ralda Jackson and N H Henncr arc on the sick list. Ben Burton, 'jf Sedalia, was a guest of Mrs J CColderlast week. firs Hensie Hamilton, of Colo rado, was the guest of Mrs Jane Miller, her mother, last week. Piank Murray, wlio has been working in Powhattan, Kansas, visited relatives here last week. Mrs Sarah Lewis and John Hy att spent Christmas with Mrs J C Groves, s...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 January 1906

It; iv",;voiviii.- fed ;, - :. I3T.V celUuConocnmtor. ' mi; "Mi SBDALIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY. JAN, h. 1906 NO. 33 Muffleri, Overcoats, r - Suits Fun, Gents Supplies Mien's and Boys' Underwear fc. fc. JUHNS1 UN, 44:Wf The Clothier. 4 207 Ohio Street. VGH HONORS. (,iVi,, . , , . .vf ? ft" UdkiWjikclwon. son of Jarrett ;ofowi4, of this city, cap turtiHr iihest honors at the Inter-slitt Oratorical Contest at Kansas Cif.yv of 'Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, last week. The prize offered was $10 in cash. Young- Jackson represented the .Cinram VI.. Smith Pnlloo-o nf Aa. to be especially nd hle.parentH ar Mr. young nlen sweetened the occa sion with good music. Mr. Hyter is one of Versailles' best young men and has a host of friends among both white and col ored. He is serving his seventh year as clerk in one of the leading stores in the city. Miss Tutt is an industrious and energetic young lady, possessing all the noble qualities necessary to a pleasant companionship. All their many friends j...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 January 1906

Sedalia Weekly Conservator Pnblihsed every Saturday morning au entered at BedallaPost-offlee aa Seo ond class ma.tter. II 1 I' - W. H, Huston. Editor. i l i ' l l-li Iii'ii ill mil II ml in llM.rilniii ill ilnnil ! II Per Year (in advance) 8ix months (.in advance) Single Copy 91.00 .60 05 A Condition Sensibly Elucidated. Lawyer James H. Guv. of TooeWa, Kansas, in his annual ad dress before the Inte-State Literary Asssciation at Kansa9 City, Mis souri, on the evening of December 26, gave utterance to some very valuable truths relative to Negro Journalism, So sensible and prac ticable were these truths that we arc delighted, with nis consent, to reproduce tnem for the benefit of our patrons. After speaking of the greatness of the American Press, he spoke as follows concerning the work of the Negro-American Journalist: 'It is within the province of this (in accordance with our merit. ... . - v. -v.v .j.Aj-.j . nenrr amiii, prominini u. also, thenewepaperioiKbavemany trwisanatrtnmauoca,...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 January 1906

CHURCH DIRECTORY dered valuable service to several Pythian lodges in Central Mis souri during' the past fortnight. 'V ralEHurches. WAY SERVICES. Joseph Douglass, the greatest Negro violinist living, will be heard at George R Smith College Ion the 19th. Prepare to hear MR him. 1 Bvrton's and WHlia.m's CAFE AND RESTAURANT, iY t- -v faday School ' 93 baching - -11,00 a. m iM-meeting - 5 P ra worth League - 6,30 p. ro. eaehing ' - - 7.3op.m. P-WV Meeting Wednesday even- ol each week. Rev R. Davis, Pastor. Board by the day, week or month. Hot lunches served at all hours, day and night. Meals prepared by one of the best Chefs in the city. PARTIES, BANQUETS AND PRIVATE DINNERS Served on Short Notice OFFICIAL ROSTER Semi-Annual Elections in the Pythian Lodges of Mo. ISM S Residence 107 E. Cooper street. .UN'S CHAPEL, FREE IAPTIST CHURCH Lee Nelson, one of our most re liable patrons, suffered a $1,000 fire last Monday evening. His house was completely destroyed. Fortunately for, him he carri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 13 January 1906

17 TV 1! 2 E5 A CHRISTMAS BARGAIN "Judy Is my chief anxiety," wrote Judy's mother, Mrs. Phoebe Follansbee, to her sister, Miss Jane Prlngle. "Just as soon as we know that the bank In which we had deposited our little all had failed, Ethel went to work In the straw factory and Hetty is learning dressmaking. I am sorry to say that Judy is still a little flighty very fond of pretty clothes, and not so sensible b the others. Judy must help, out 1 don't know what she can do." "Judy! Fudge! I suppose she means Susan Jane," said Miss Prlngle to her self. "Well, I can't have her here, and that settles it." Nevertheless, this is the letter that made its way by the next day's mail to the small gray house, under the shadow of a great bald-pate mountain, where poverty had flown in at the door: "Dear Sister Phoebe: I have been thinking that It would be handy to have a spry young girl to help me in the store. But she must be sensible and have good Judgment, besides being spry, because I may want ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1906

fesBTOSB - f 1v :tW' ' v ' " witfcwMcli she routed sobadMiil out delay, and the Holy Father fe4if S 5 nl dreams, as shelettd a? conversed with him at great WWmmti ' bove your,reslles8 pillow, have all length,- asking for details about V' K'$&V'i e ' been on interest theie long, loathe international organization Ife&a - yctr.. . . - Ubout to be founded to work ior IBS . - Underwear " ' .'J 7 J- - ' '' Street. I lit. .Rctrder. We are authorized to announce -Charles b Baybufn as a caridi--date for Recorder of Pettis coun ty, subject to the decision of the republican county convention. CMAty Clerk. We are authorized to announce M. L. Imhotf a a candidate for Xant V cltrk of Pettk couoty aub- That county is Rockingham, and itis needless to ay .that her far mers are prosperous and happy.. Statistics show that from Rock ingham county alone last year more than 80,000 crates of "hen fruit" were shipped to market. Thia means a total of some 10.800- 000 eggs and does not include the ma...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1906

Kit MS 1'. kg i 5 - Sedalia Weekly Conservatot. Publihsed every Saturday Worala an entered at SedaltaFost-pgtifie M 8b ond class ma.tter. W. H. Huatoa. A Condition Sensibly Elucidated.. Lawyer James H. Guy, of Topeka, Kams's, in his annual ad dressbefore the Inte -State Literary Asssciation at Kansas City, Mis ouri, on the evening of December a6, gave utterance to-some very valuable truths relative to Negro Journalism, ; So sensible and prac ticable were these truths that we are delighted, with nis consent, to reproduce tnem for the benefit of our patrons. After, speaking of the greatness of the American Press, he' spoke as follows concerning the work of the Negro-American Journalist; mbiso. iifii ii 1 1 win ii ii mawT r " J ' - t Honorably. 1 - "f7-r- U.SiATfC&0&3 'Per ?aMii!aiVance)p.; . ..H'-i.tM Six Months (laatfvance) I ... . f iVfr tingle Copy. . . . .'v.. .'. . V 'tfi them, Think soberiVand at ENPOKcajtsm; opjTrb Law "It is within the province of this organization, be...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1906

iMHimn nnHiMiT mwrw r'ilMbiue ; A jo P.. ro? i IHhMWJ' .......5 7i.8op..r' 'Pray MeiWjSiwent hi Y t4 TWM S- -1. Prafrtt Mating Tuesday qight voyraani iaeeng t , vvjcm.jhsu Piwt "free and everybody made welcome ; Rev E D Burns, Pastor, Miss Lela: Jones, Clerk lUtfrM Street Baptist Church, Preaching ........... 11:00 a. m. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Breaching . . . . $ . 7'30 p. m: Prayer meeting every weuue" iday evening. Come, you will be made welcome to all of our ser- -inStadi6i0r Pn tc K ri the wtelc: attendrosr to bust- claW Photography.- 118 E. Main yc:c;eifjn.hl.w(viy4 f ervices ,,t Lam'ohte. ' He and th kev.Haw. klfls have aucciedia In fining' seven converts. r--n. ir- Attorney H G Phillips appeared in tbe'cotirts at Topekai'KtrtBai"; recently and proved ' himself to be . leiral power -from Missouri iDatxoum "8bow,them' ... ; ri;,' Bishop Howlett is about to make his ancqunement aH a can didate 'foi- 'cobstahle of Sedali4 iowaishlpi' " See Bish, boys, he will, square things.. !...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 20 January 1906

r I Iri -Tut.- . TO A BROWN-EYBE MAID. IWhen the sun shines bright, and the ikr Is clear, And the gentle breezes blow. Then I sins; the songs our fathers sang In the days of long ago Of maidens fair, In towers old, Uhnd rescuing lovers, daring, bold And their sweet Arcady. .tl?hen the sky Is dark, and the rain pours down, And the wind doth loudly roar. Then I sing the songs the sailors sang In happy days of yore Of mothers, sweethearts, friends and wires, BVtao were the essence of their lives, rIn their eweet Arcady. Of all the songs I like to sing, There's ens comes from my heart: .Where I have a terrible, bleeding wound, Inflicted by Cupid's flart; Ah, maid! This truth I would have thee know! , ' Since first we met, and 'twill e'er be so, I love to sing of theel Alfred C. Mohr, In N. O. Times-Democrat. Awful Experience I Bridal Pair A STORY of thrilling interest comes J from Cook county, down the north ehore of Lake Superior, the most north easterly division of Minnesota. It re la...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1906

,r1 " ir. j: Suits Vi. IVl l WetfsaKa Boys' Underwear to. to. JDHNSTON ! ( t-r. The Clothier 4 tfi ii Ohio Street ANNOUNCEMENTS. 5 . Recorder. We are authorized to announce Charles. D. Rayburn as a candi date for Recorder of Pettis coun ty, subject. to the decision of the republican county convention. We are authorized to announce Walter Moey as a candidate for recorder of, Pert is county, sub ?;j(!ct to'tbe the decisfoa 4f the Re- rV-y . I. . AN nllMH' nAnnvtfii VAM PanM - I WMSSs:; :) :U A. Washington, M. Jones, A. F, Freels, E. Fields, S. George and M. Buckner. .After a pleasant chat the good brother poured out his thanks anil "all departed for their respective .homes, .feeling that they had done a goodly ser vice for a deserving- follower of the lowly Nazarene." iroqd' people of JLeajngiob, Mis .seurjiwiw so kindlyandruntirlng' ly aided uV dung theillnes and death of our befoa husband and brother, the late Rev.. J, J. .Clark . By their kindness, and sympathy -this"pebple has mad...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1906

Pabllhsed every iaturday raornlnaran entered at SedaliaPost-offloe aSeo ond class m&.tter. Per Year (In advance) Six months (jnadvanoe) Single Copy. . .-v--fits:j-,-ivi-"jjr!fE.?ra.'T properly looking after the WorfcalfoWtf,! oeen iounu anywncrc m sucd. great cvipkc w em Turning Ovicr a New Leaf. Christmas has come and gone. New Year's has brought it9 all our puouc iniercviBT t cwnsgr itiy uure q,ji-M pawv4t 'years: add duHnsf fbetr trictimbency thei o - . ,L . ...!. - ii.. ..i- .va.i..!'. Luitif..:: ijii.j:vi"iwt.,3 inviting hopes bef ere us. Now is the time tor wise and sober resolu weir amies to tne enure siusiacuon . 01 inwr .oraaignsnwra tions. All of us have turned over a new leaf, figuratively speaking, "holler" for a change? It J. L. Babcofck h.at made a good xotiv It has been turned over all right, but how long will we let it remain for several years, why chaugeior some one Whoiri weknowWW. A a j. J M...a. t . .float mm LIM 4 A SklT AM Un'voo of as an administrator of m...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1906

MISSOUM PACIFir Arrive Going Cast Depfe iMB IHiP pSPf E lBESKTAUR ANT, r. M.,oe T-l l yAp''T'2-!iTPW.lL Jhl H.Ti".k ''..ifT ',1.,-ySrit,,,- 'ft. Ill M . .BBWKtVa mil 3 IIIHIlllBIII IS .. 'mT",mgMiiiai--',T 4"- 1 "Tiff p. wk, p 187 'FA V- r r t i r ii ii iin i r - . ' L . J m . 'Stir Ii.' Jlii-. r..j.. fiev E D Barns, Ptor M in Lei" Jones Clerk jHfc&.Tltwtliig Wed; night U,J?in-i frte and everybody "mtde A? -J -r.,elcoille ' - , . LI..' I t ' 15 FrTa&ing .... HsOO a. m. $ndychpoi vv . . . .2:30 p. m A.feiPjWiii'.v. ......... 730 p. m aiidCGBfa.thebkckmitb. arc wpinacfiv ku uie fascsmery - Milter rBBfrM-.rid Mmr SuMri 1ljbV)riiboiri rtieive;d , their cneckior,tMtr,.weeit8'.uowncq on account of ickocss from the ProtecHve Association of Hannt aV Jaat 'eek'; Both speak , in flattering terms of the work of this licfro drgantzatibn. " Lonoli 'Drake and Mrs Laura Kingibury, :two of oor' most in dustriots and- reliable:' citizens, were happily married on the eve nftgbf the" 23d; Rev ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 27 January 1906

rev 1M" J. Si TO A BROWX-XTZI) MAID. When the sun shines bright, and the skr ia clear, And the gentle breetes blow, Then I sing the aongs our fathers sang ' In the days of 'long ago Of mnldeoa fair, In towers old, JLed retrains lovers, daring, bold And their sweet Arcady. .men the sky Is dark, and the rain pours down, And the wind doth loudly roar, Then I sing the songs the sailors sang In happy days of yore Of mothers, sweethearts, friends and wives, fWho wtre the essence of tholr lives, In their sweet Arcady. Of all the songs I like to slnr, There's one comes from my heart; Where I have a terribte, bleeding wound, Inflicted by Cupid's dart; Ah, maid! This truth I would have thee know: . . . Hnce first we met, and 'twill e'er be so, J love to sing of thcel Alfred C. Mohr, In N. O. Times-Democrat. Awful Experience of a Bridal Pair i STORY of thrilling interest comes A from Cook county, down the north ihore of Lake Superior, the most north easterly division of Minnesota. It re bates ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 17 February 1906

I'r' JTHE "MOS't IMPORTANT FACTOR IN SOLVING ; ; ":iA Til? NjEGfc PROBLEM. , ? J J That the pulpit has occupied a very important position5 in i 1 things pertaining to men's well 'being, along moral, social and f spiritual lines,. since Iho establish ment ofthe gospel system I pre--same no one denies, abd.jtiias not failed to concern itself about other affairs that tend to man's better ment. The Christian ministry, in suffering all things, enduring ail things, raising men everywhere from' the ignorance of idol wor ship to the knowledge of the true God, and bringing life and. im mortality to light, has been acting in obedience to the Divine com msnd "Go ye, teach all nations,', ' .etc. This truth has never been poured into the human heart, nor waters springing' up into evcrlast 4 ing life except in the trach ' of 'the christian ministry. Xbe Christian pulpit is so in separably interwoven into the social and moral growth of the people that they invariably ,'ook for the highest examples...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 17 February 1906

V 2 Pabltbsed erery Sat-Mvlay morning an entered at 8ediUfctoffloe as Seo ocd class ma.tter. . " Per Year (in advance) $10 8lx months (.in advance) ' , .00 SinsieCoDV . -09 r..T j, .r.'ji CfSSi i I'.VT7 ... THE MARCH of DEATH. J. Wm. Jackson, What is it of sounds confused that frighten lands utmost? Methinks I hear the rushing feet of a mighty, surging host. Like the deep voiced Niagara, With noise upheaved that stagger you, I hear its muffled murmur, like the wail of some fell ghost. Can it be of storm so rude, thus pressing near my path ? Or t'an it be a dream profound as it bodes oncoming wrath ? In undertones that start the air, Like lions lowing in their lair, Conic forth in stifled answer strong, "Tis but the March of Death !" "Why is it he cometh.not with legions strong and bold, Nor sounds the trumpet's blast of war, like the marshallM foes of old ? In hollow words that fill all space That shake the earth in ev'ry place, I boar, in ruffled accents hurl'd, this speech so grim...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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