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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 17 October 1857

- i X 7 - I'V.v- -. ' - - wrffff-aw ? - THE KANZAS NEWS: t$3$ki Inn Siisrfiy Ssssg, ii fspera, Kasiss. , BT P. k PLUMB. TrtJts Tw DoOmraper mum, iiaor. Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each rnbse quent insertion, fiveenta; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed aJrerdsnenta one-half over the above rate. All transient and foreign adver tisements must he accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. JOB PRINTINGS ' Th office of Tbx Kakeas Nhfb is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styl of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cots, Cards, Faney Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, &e., enabling tha proprietor to print Cikctlaes, Ca&ds, Cixtificatm or Stock, Dxxds, Poetess, and all other kinds of Job Printing, in manner unsurpassed in the country. Particular attention paid, to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. S CXLaoa" is our motto. . THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER.' By P. B. Plumb. EMPORIA, KAN...

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. — 17 October 1857

TlieKaiizas?!NBws: P. B. PliUaB, s : : Proprietor and Editor. & J. IIIKTOjr, : : Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: IATUSDAY.:s:::::.OCTOBER 17, 1857. '' : The Election The Besult. . ITha returns of the late election . come in slowly. Nothing absolutely reliable has I teen , received from tout four districts--the Atchison, Doniphan,' ' Leavenworth, and Douglas aad Johnson county districts. The knife is being applied to the returns from . the strong Free State Districts, and our rote - Trill probably be , lessened eeyeral thousand by this "razeeing" process. "Official" re turns from the First District, composed of Leavenworth county, give the pro-slavery men two hundred and fifty majority. This District elects eight Representatives and three Councilmen. The Tenth Representative District and Sixth Council District, composed of Doug- las and Johnson counties, gives a Pro-Slavery majority of about two hundred. This District is entitled to eight Representatives and three Councilm...

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. — 17 October 1857

'-4-J .LULUJ11U.. The Kanzas News. SATURDAY,::::::::::OCTOBER IT, 1857. Terms of Subscription. Single copy, me year. . . Tn espies tst.ye&r, TWMt? " " ' (! oae U getter ap of das.) . i, 11 Rates of Advertising. Pint iasertioa. per line. tea cent; each saWftaeBt inserSoa arc cesti: ae 4sllxx a lime, per una. Oas tmrth cola ma threat auitkj. M uot six bm, 17 ; year, SO . Oae half eol. three ms.. II ; ix bo.. SO 00". year. . All tr iBt aad tomgm adrerUfrajeat oast be id ia advance. Single eopies of The News in wrappers for sale at this otnee, at live cents per copy. Blaxc Deciabatiosb fur filing, for sale at this office. . Pierson & Garnand advertise for sale a lot of goo 1 quality shingles. See advertise ment. On Thursday night last a heavy frost, the first of -the'eeason, fell in this vicinity. The com was all secured before its arrival. " Forssl&s's celebrated Grinding and Bo t in" Custom or Merchant Flouring Mill was awarded the first premium at the late Ohio State Fair...

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. — 17 October 1857

It m - Tf Mil! Hi S is-J If I The Kaiizas ATCEDAT,.;::s:::CTOBEB IT, 1S5T ' " . Secret Courtship. ; - racx vbx mxcH or BESAXOta. . J A blind mother site in her cottage, beside her pretty dawhter, and captions her against love. While, ail tie time, an amatory scene is going on between &e gMaad the Very lover whom the old xLuao dreads. " iWGirrEB, while you turn your wheel . listen to the words I say; Colin has contrived to steal Yourunthinking heart away. Xit his fawning voice beware. You are mil the blind one's care. And I stark your sighs when e'er Our young neighbor's name is heard, Cdin's tongue is false, though winning . . Hist! the window is unbarred ! Ah ! Lisette, you are not spinning I - i The room is close and warm, you say ; But, my daughter, do not peep Through the easement night and day, Colin there his watch doth keep, Think not mine a grumbling tongue: Ah ! here at my breast you hung, I, like you, was fair and young, And'l know how apt is love To lead the youthful ...

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. — 24 October 1857

THE KANZ AS NEWS: Kb&ki Iverj Salcrfay Ionia, zt Enpcra, fossa. Tekhs 7Ve Dollars per a tin tan, in advance. Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subee fluent insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. The office of Tsz Kakzas 2Tkws is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Fancy x apera, worw- mvmm, w-v-, uvuug ui proprietor to print CictLAis, Caxbs, Cxmxiticxtu or Stock, Dsei, Postiss, and all other kinds of THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER." Job PanrrraG, in a manner unsurpassed .in th country. Particular attention paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. , Orders for work promptly attended Urwlien accompanied with Cash. "Ex celsior" is our motto, "" " " By P. B. Plumb. EMPORIA, KANZAS, OCTOBER 24, 1857. Vol. l-No. 17. i O ill The Kanzas...

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. — 24 October 1857

Mr i 3 , - f!:;l - 't Hi' i&i ; M 4 : -Hi i fit "ill HI ill n The Kanzas News. p. B. PI.U31B, S : S Proprietor and Editor. B. J. HINTON, : : Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA," KANZAS: 8ATURDAY,::":::::KCTOBER 24, 1857. 7: :;z: "The Election.;. - , -The result of the late -election still re mains in a state of doubt and 'uncertainty. By reference to another column, it will be seen that Gov. Walker and Secretary Stan ton hare issued a "Proclamation" avowing their intention to throw out the fraudulent vote of Oxford, in Johnson Co., which gives to the Free . State candidates in that District' a majority of about 1 500. This 13 as. far as heard from. But the returns of the "country lying west of the counties of Wise, Butler and Hunter," and whichis attached to this District, have not yet been received; and it is thought that these will be regulated by the 'wants' of the pro-slavery party, which have the appearance, at present,' of being numerous and pressing. As soon as Walker and Stan...

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. — 24 October 1857

The sATCKDAY.::::::CTOBER 24, 1S5T. Terms of Subscription. Tem MFi rx. C e t gutter Pf d Tcmtj- " ' ' "- " Rates of Advertising. . r. MU: ae nr liw. I " tk eJ-m .! ton 1T--X .. tr- ,itat U foreign fctrerttaeneaU imnt 1 yU i xlTiiee, Single 'copies of The News in wrappers for sale at this ofiice, at five cents per eopy. Bla Dkclazatioxs for filing, for sale at this office. y "Distressing Casualty. Mr. John R. Cole, iesidins about two miles from this place, was almost instantly! killed, on Tuesday evening last. He mount- ed a spirited horse behind another man, and: seizing the reins, said : "Now for a ride," j or something to that effect. The horse rear- j ed. and Cole still pulling on the reins, fell over backwards, across the chest of the un-: fortunate man, breaking several ribs, and literally crushing in his chest. Medical aid was immediately summoned, but was of no avail, as he lived but a few minutes after the accident. Mr. Cole has left a large family with, we understand, but s...

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. — 24 October 1857

SATURDAY,::::::::::OCTOBEJl 24, 185T. ' Bright "Prospects Ahead. The TT, Y, Evening Post, taking the Her ald" t standing text of "18371857," dis courses rery edifyingly to the "Dismal Jim mya of financial circles." It will be seen that the writer gives very substantial rea sons for putting a cheerful face upon the future: ' ' ' ' r In 1837, we were importing from Eu rope large quantities of grain to supply our necessities, in addition to our usual import ations of merchandise. We had experienc ed a loss of. over twenty millions of dollars by the most disastrous fires this country ever experienced.. The winter of 1836 was one of the very coldest ever known in this climate, and was followed by a backward spring, a short summer, and a general fail ure of the crops. Added to this, the coun try was possessed with an' insane passion for speculation in wild and unproductive lands. Nothing to pay with, without crops lO live upon, wim weaain su uiiesieu in land3 of no current value, with des...

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. — 31 October 1857

. THS KANZAS NEWS: ft&U &en Salarfaj Xrcz$, at fispcra, Kanas, -32" I. B. PLTJMB. Toms Tv Dollar per annum, m tdernner. Bates of Adrertisiaf . First insertion, per line, ten eenta; each ubae quent insertion, ire cent; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements mast be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. JOB P BINT I If G.', - Tha cfSae of Tss Kasum "xw is faniisted with a complete assortment of the newest sty lea of Type, Eordera, Floorisi-es, Cuts, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, c, enabling' tha proprietflr to print Cucclam, Cass, Cejlt'uicatki or Stock, Desna, Postxbs, and all other kinds of Job PusTixa, in a manner unsurpassed in tha country. Particular attention paid to printing all .kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. "Ex cusioa" is our motto. THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER.' By P. B. Plumb. EMPOEIA, KANZAS, OCTOBER 31, 185...

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. — 31 October 1857

- - .... . . ! 4 3 I? HI iff iff II I. ::!! fnij s ri -- - t i- 1 f" ' ! ill U!5 : .4 The Kanzas News. P. B. PLUMB, : :: Proprietor and Editor. R. J. IIIJfTOJT, : : Corresponding Editor. . - EMPORIA, IvANZAS: 8ATUIiDAY,::::.::OCTOBER 31, 1857. The Triumph- - ' For the first time in the history of Kan sas, its people hare triumphed at the ballot - box. In spite of all the fraud of their' un scrupulous opponents, they have elected a majority in both branches of the Territorial Legislature, and secured' the county offices in nearly every county of the Territory. Their triumph is as complete as it could well have been. This, though it does not deliver Kanzas from her thraldom, has sen sibly weakened the power of her oppressors. It has demonstrated, beyond all cavil, that the pro-slavery faction that has hitherto assumed to govern Kanzas, is in a misera ble minority, and assisted to expose their rascally recklessness and audacity. This much it has done. But there is still much need of la...

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. — 31 October 1857

The SATURDAY:::n::OCTOBER 31, 1857. Terms of .Subscription. Siag! copr, ne jemr. . , 8 XtB eoU- iu ;or, aaJ o to getter pf db. ., ;- . , TV." - --- f .", - - Rates of Advertising:." ;" I First insertion, per lie, trm eentt; eaek MhKqBeot iueriioa. , eeu: oaa dclUr line, per uub. Ooa fourth eolama thne months, la iU m,' W u year. . 0 half ej. thrrmo.,XJ ix m-. " ,ient ui forms 4Trtieneati must b pid JadTnee. x Single copies of The News in wrappers for sale at this office, at five eents'per copy. . . Blaxx Declaxatioxs for filing, for sale at this office. .'V'. ' L rS A 1 . - , , '. ' ' . T-rr-i-.' J;' ! ;" - Religious Notice. : ' 'u-'. Rev- Henry Moys will "preach at the hall under The News Office, in Emporia, on next Sunday, j to-morrow) at 10 o'clock, a.m. -::::'l:r?r!; Can we Baise Pruit in Kanzas? This question, which we hear asked al most every day, I propose . to answer as far as I can. Of course we have no experi mental knowledge a3 yet on the subject, but, judging from the na...

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. — 31 October 1857

ATURDAY,::::::::::OCTOBER 31, 1847. J . .- - From the New York Tribune. A Paraphrase. Moat learned gentlemen, I've read your flattering epistle. And lor your slanders I dont care a continental whistle; Sot Tone j says. You oust reply." Says I, rather wouldn't." 8a vi he, "Yon must; for if yon don't, they'll eay J l !,!. What right have ya to tread upon the Presiden tial toes, , And thrust your Tile memorials beneath xny very . nose? , It's very kind of you to pray for my conversion now; Loot x ail you prayed and Toted too do you re- . member hot; If Northern hordes w&Z rush like Goths and Van- dais into Kansas, ' . They must obey the bogus lavs or suffer eonse - quences. Let them remember that I stand in General Jack son's shoes. And, "by the Eternal," I will shed their blood if they rex ase : . . Slavery exists in Kanzas by the Taney Constitution; And as to the Nebraska bill, you're under a delusion ; It leaves the South entirely tree to introduce their niggers. But when it com...

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. — 7 November 1857

THE; KANZAS NEWS: PabHsy Erery. Salarday Monmiii lepers, Kasas, B"5T I B- PLUMB. . Txaxs 7V DoUart per annum, in advance. Rates of Advertising. . first insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, fire cento; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. : JOB PRINTING. v, ; ! Tb office of Th Kaszas NaWis faraiahd 1 with a complete assortment of the newest style -of Type, Borden, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards; Fancy f Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, &c, enabling the proprietor to print Cocclama, Caim, Czxtiticxtjm or Srocx, Dune, Posrsas. and all other kinds of Job Pkixtrtg, in s manner unsurpassed in tha country. Particular attention paid to printing, all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cass. "Ex- " cstaoa is our motto.5 : : "the people ALWAYS CONQUER." ByP.B. Plumb. ESlPORLi, KANZAS, NOVEMBEl...

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. — 7 November 1857

P. B FLU MB, Proprietor and Editor. It 'J Ullf TOJf, s 3 Correspoadiag Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: -81TUIll)ATs:n::J?OTEHBER T, 1851. The Danger. - "Are the people ef Kanza3 fully awake to the perilous positiom in which they stand ? Do they comprehend that la - & few . weds more a Constitution, bloody with the life fluid of our martvrs and black with the Hackest infamy of slavery, will be in the Halls of Congress asking to be received as the compact under which" Yor, Fbxs vzn or Kakzas, are to be admitted into the Union. . Do you comprehend that in all probability this villainous document will be received by the Democrats aad .Dough faces who now have a majority in the Na tional Councils? ' We have been laSed to sleep by the syren song of peace while there was no peace, and the traitors sow In session at Lecomp ton have never closed their eyes. Not one step have our foes retreated not one ; but surelv, steadily, persistently have they gone on in their work of enslaving Kanzas, and ...

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. — 7 November 1857

The Kanzas News. Terms of Subscription Tcat7 - . " jj '."" Bates of Aarertiaing. rtfft iBrti. per lix. torn s-l-st-eat mt: aae uu a '. f tkn . All bu- Single copies of Tax Nwg in wrappers for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. ; Blasx DicnaAnoxa for filing, for le at this office. " - " i, ! ' Beligious 2Totice- TW Onarterlr Meetinur of the 11. . E. - rf 0 Church, Emporia Mission, wfll be held at Mr. Thos. Sbockley's, on Allen Ureefc, tne 14th and 15th or JNovember (rosu; oer vices to commence at the usual time. H. Mots. Messrs. C. V. Eskridge and N. S. Starrs have been appointed agents at Emporia for the distribution of clothing1 and other am cles donated by the Eastern people for the relief of the suffering and needy of Kanzas. The final distribution of these donations is now beingf made by agents all over the Ter ritory, nder the euperrision and manage ment of E.,B. Whitman, General Agent of National Kanzas Committee. The advertisement of Mr. John Dod3 vorth, twokbinder,...

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. — 7 November 1857

The Kanzas News. ATUSDAY,:nsJfOVI!3IBER T, 185T. Tor Tbz Kazas Nrn. Brightly tie ran dawning Over the sea; - ' " And rosy-red the morning . Beuu on the left; Golden warp and purple -woof Shines on each tree. And the azure soft a-loof . - Smiles o'er the free. Sing, brothers, sing! . Let your voiees ring Gaily, "with joy and gladness. Till griefand gloom, - Haste to their doom, Asd Hope illume The night ot doubt and sadness. Softly gleams the golden glow Oyer the earth. And from eastern slope the flow.. Of Lore has birth; : Wkfle with the morn, gay voices In merry mirth Proclaim truths that rejoices All hearts of -worth ; Sing, brothers, sing ! . Let your voices ring With the anthem of the Free, Till earth around, Its glad notes sound. And true hearts bound To the song of Liberty. R. J. H. Here is a delicious little rain song, as mu sical as the rain itself. We know not who wrote it, but is it not beautiful ? Millions of massive rain drops Have f&Hen on all around; They have danc...

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. — 14 November 1857

"Mil iMTTiaiiinilirwawTnnrimtiTnTMirii THE KANZAS NEWS: PebfeW Ererr Srinrhj Sortie, at Emporia, Rams, I. IB. PLUMB Tbucs Ttn Dollar per annum, in advance. . Kates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, five cento; one dollar a line, per annum. Diplaved advertisements one-half over the above rates. " All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. . . JOB PRINTING. JT s j ' 1 i i 1 1 i i The offiee of Th Kaxzas Nsto is furnished with a .complete assortment of the newest atyla of Type, Borders, Flouriihes, i Cuts,. Cknls, Fanj Tapers, Colored Inks, Bronze, Ac, enabling tha proprietor to print Clrcuuiks, Cards, CtxTiriCATsa or Stock, Deeds, Fosrasi and all other kinds of Job Printing, in manner unsurpassed in tha country. ' Particular attention paid to printing all Undsof Blanks!" Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. "x cklsjosl" is oar motto. . THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CON...

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. — 14 November 1857

The Kanzas News. V. B. PLU31B, : : x Proprietor nuA Editor. W. J. rilJTTOJf, ft Corresponding Editor. .-' . ' EMPORIA, KANZAS: . SATUnDAY.:.::.?rOVE3fBEa 14, 1S7. The Bogus Convention Its Results. Tbe Convention has closed its labors i the delegates hare gone bome.'aud the result of ganic law fur. a . State alongside of the To peka Constitution, mntua competitors for popular favor and official patronage. On this point, then, the Pro-Slavery and Free State parties are equalT The Topeka Con stitution is not a partiiandocument except that it provides for a free State, and thai Its Bill of Rights declares that slavery or invol untary servitude shall not exist in this State except for crimes. On the other hand, this bogus Constitution is eminently partisan. It. b not only that it is a Slave State Consti tution it is even worse ; it is the sink into which all the bogus corruption is poured. It deifies nil the crimes of the Missouri- elected Legislature. Not content with , en deavoring to ...

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. — 14 November 1857

llio lanzas 'Mews. rr,:::::nyorE31BER 14, liT. Terms pf Subscription. . - Rate 'of Airrtising. . Vir-Hl"tiM. Ir Be. tea : ech iwrat imTJ. lUar a Ub, per - 0 feartk Im " - " ". - ohir Sinale copies of Tat News iu wrapper for sale t UiW offiee, fi'eeiiU per eopy.'.. - TtA5K Decuathj lor filing, for salt; at this . Religious Notice. . tltY. il. C. Brant, Pastor of the. Baptist church at Lawrence, will preach in Emporia, llPxt Sabbath, (to-morrow) at half-past :1 -Aloek P. M. ' ' ; ; 'v v To the Electors ofths Fourteenth . District. ; Vou are hereby notified to meet in Con vention at Emporia, on Saturday the 28th of November iust. at 2 o'clock P. M.r to ap point fire Delegates to represent the Four teenth District in a Delegate Convention to he held at Lawrence on the 10th of Decem ber next. Uv order f District Committee.. ', ' . ' '. ' ' - By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that Messrs. Eskridge aud Smrrs have received a Quantity of "relief clothing" which they are...

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. — 14 November 1857

Aanzas , SATUBIAYfr.nnJfOTE2fBER 14, 185T. . ' From the Dublin University itagaxine. , A Spinning-Xyiieel Song. Am "The little House nnder the. HilL" Mellow the moonlight. to shine is beginning ; ' Close to the window where young Eileen is spin- Bent o'er the fire her blind grandmother, sittin; la eroaning,and moaning, and drowsily knitting x,lieen, aenora. i near some one lapping. " Ti the iw, dear mother, against the glasa flap ping.' - - Eileen, I surely hear somebody sighing." ' M Tia the sound, mother d:ar, cf the summer wind Merriiycleerily, noisily whirring, -Sings the wheel, spins the reel, while the foot's stirring; Sprightly, and lightly, and airily ringing, ' Thrills the' sweet Toiee of the young maiden singing. ' "What's that noise that I hear at the window,' I wonder?" - . - Tia tiie little birds ehirping the holly bush un der." . .m. - . : : - ' "What makes you be shoving And moving your stool on, .-.: And singing all wrong that old song of 'The Coolon ?'" There's a fc...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
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