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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 January 1905

V Apple Sauce. Pare and cut Into small pieces twelve good-sized tart apples, put them Into a sauce pan with half a pint of water, cover and stew them all till tender; add one cup of sugar, press It through a sieve or colander; pour Into a glass dish and serve either hot or cold. Apples should never he stewed In rusty tins or Iron pots, as they will spoil the appearance of the sauce. Wmlb Tfi TBA DftfcWS Twilled surah Is having a renais sance. Cashmere Is becoming the vogue In Paris. Aurore Is the name given a delicate pinkish blue. Uloused Jackets look particularly well on small women. All the muffs are large and most of them inclined to flatness. Old rose, shading to a brick red. Is a popular shade for a hat. A few are wearing bright green net face veils, with curlons effect. The pearl-laced cap of the ill-fated Juliet is again a popular ornament. Women with very plump faces f hould never wear a thick neck ruche. Ladies' Costume. Fashion has decided that all smart costumes must be ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 January 1905

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Business Manager. Published Errr Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO UHsCHIlTlON KATES: Aaa Tear I.I mo.tb. fir, nmntn. On montb . H M . .1 trletlj pitlil In advance InUrtd at tht 1'M Offir at Kana$ CktJ, u Scanul CUim Matter, Ourwpondeot wanted In er city tad town id this state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication fihnuld rearh our olllee not ) ler than Tiusday, c( each week and mutt be signed by tho writer not for publication, but a guarantee of authenticity. tFFICKl-No. 117 Weil Slstl. Kanaae City, Me. St., tlio old "111 Hiily Klilrt' question lifted to perfo-m for tho Republican party of tho Nofih. As lotijr an tho whites can lie kept solidified by shout Inn "nln hit," It la not necessary to strain their feeble intellect in trying to illsciis really Intellectual Issues. Of course, tho alleged fear of "Ncuro domina tion" a titl social equality Is a mere pretense. What they are really afraid of Is losing the honor and offices. The Freeman. The ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 January 1905

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo.' O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey, avenue. Remember please It's tne little nit we collect here nml there That enable us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Miss Jennie Griffin Is In the grocery tmsltiOHs at 99 James street. We wish her success, dive us more plucky girls like her. Doc Drown, the enke walker. Is very sick at the city hospital. We hope we will recover. He would be glad to sec his friends.. Some of these times when you are playing tricks on tis when we call to collect we will tell the public how cunning you are and tell your name. Mrs. J. Alice Hamlin, of St. Louis, Mo., widow of the late E. L. Hamlin, who was a prominent contractor and builder of that city. Is visiting Mrs. Wm. Daker, of 1712 Michigan avenue. Mrs. Hamlin Is a noted pianist and Is called St. Louis's favorite musician. Mrs. Hamlin will be in the city two weeks. Mr. Rice Anderson, the father of William Anderson, of 1328 Highland avenue, has been quite 111, but Is ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 January 1905

I&2 Sed Beyond tue Bar Just l.wiklrg t th bur We MmmiM 11. t( drrnm Ihnf fir The oi'.nn rnllil on Its lllimimlils wsy lu-yuml the buy. Th bar hemuM all. find Urn hero mert I hi' intlli nnd Fklen. We hit n. nui'KinK waves, nor hear their iivxllo riini'n Hound tlio dunes. Aenns the bav, my bnrpe Oniln'S to that illm nmrge. Or lat or slow my luuinu, It endeth at the bar That llos nf.ir. There, tli.-re shnll mret my night A S' I nf liMIIK light. Thi'te Mi.itl Hi" ui'iuii of Uod'8 love Upon Ih" nlvtie H:tai evermore. Woman's Journal. "P.wIkM. lr '.". hy Pally Story Pub. Cn.l "Tcnible disgrace to his family! awful thing that null n bright, I tnising voting fellow us Jack should I ;i cr'f i-.iiif.'-soil burglar. Caught In Mil- ait. by Jove!'' These words, spoken liy n nmtiial f-. !!'! uf .I nk ami niysi'lf. staggered Hi'.', .lack a burglar! Tin notion f "tn. grotesquely absurd. Jack 1 hearted. IiaiKbJttie, Inmost Jack, v '."in I had regarded as tin- soul of I' ui'.r. 11 midnight burgla...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 January 1905

.1 CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. La Crlppi It Epldemlo Catarrh. IT spare no clas or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aris tocrat and the pauper, the manses and the classes are alike snbjeet to la grippe. None are exempt all are liable. Grip in well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been short ened by the busy American to read "grip." Without intending to do no, a new word has been coined that exactly describe the eae. An if Home hideous giant with awful grip had clutched us in its fatal el asp. Men. women, children, whole towns and cities are caught in the baneful grip of a terrible monster. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you? If so, read the fol lowing letters. These testimonials speak for them selves as to the efficacy of I'eruna in cases of la grippe or Its after-effects: A Southarn iadga' Cured. Judge Horatio J. Goss, Hartwell, Oa., writes: "Some five or six years ago I had a very severe spell of grip which left me with sy...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 January 1905

Kansas City. New York. Chicago. Atlantic Pants Co. ...TWO STORES, 10 EAST 7TH ST., ANO 2825 SOUTHWEST BOULEVARD... Suits to Order 517.30. Pants to Order 53.30 RICH BROS., Props. -bifatbiaJuMtiteed of Mony Rw.und.xl. KNA CITV. MO. Saturday Monday AND Tuesday "Clothes That Cent lemen Wear' ARNETT, The French Dry Cleaner The last three days of the month of January will be devoted to RIOH, A Great Clearance Saie All througli this big store. Merchan dise will be on Sale for less than half price, in a. great many instances. Don't Lay It Up. r " t I iv It n n i IiMut khuIi:." Ml ..'..till l- I.Ul'li'h Nit A . ! : - urn' h 1 ( 1 1 .if. I I ttt.tr. r. iv it in. n 1 f 1 t. u i . Ill tMltM II I'tll I't t.l'tt- illl.t llii Y it: miv ! r 1 1 1 1 ;iti. tie l.r vvrt.rg", .: . if .ill ti l yt.i.l tint v A'l ' 1 1 V ill.- it M- Itl 'if ti.il. I hf t.tv..r- i.l l.iw :ni'l It.-a ill -. 'I t" itiit" iii.iv . 'tin'- It'ti I..' rm v f.'.l llt.v iM.iii.lly ..u w tli ..Ilit'iM tlf.il. Imi; 1 I IV it ill' l...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

U (Uf V-S- ,,, , t.,) nioFr"'3 It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME IX. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The great event of tbe week,-the lit erary and mimical concert In the hall of the house of representatives by stu dents of Lincoln Institute, was In every sense a brilliant success, was largely attended by senators and members, and pronounced on all sides as one of the best, possibly the best, given in the history of the Institution. It Is the first time that the general assembly considered It worth while to pass resolutions in honor of these concerts, but tbe following was the first procedure on Friday, February 2, the morning after the concert: Representative Speer offered the fol lowing resolution which was read and adopted : "Resolved, That the thanks of this house be extended to the officers and students of Lincoln Institute for the delightful ' entertainment given the Forty-third General Assembly last night Resolved further, That as their en tertainment was exhibited as a ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

A Lost Lincoln Monument. In IS67 It Was Proposed to Erect a National Memorial In Washington In Honor of the Great President - Captured Confederate Cannon Supplied for the Work No Record Now of the $100,000 That Was Raised for This Obfect. A tiiovrnn nt to orn-t a monument to I'roMilont Lincoln lias fcralled th Mlstorro ami mysterious tin-vslng of the National Lincoln Monument asso ciation. ehurti-rt'U by act of Congress, March 3. 1 :7. Tlip l'lnn was bnrkcil by the most j.roniincnt nu-n In the country at the lime, nnd $liii,imn was raised by popu lar rulmrrtptlfin. The design for the monument was executed by dark Mills, the sculptor, a site In front of the Capitol wan selected, nnd cap tured Confctlt rate cannon were turned ovtr tj the as.-ociation by the war tli partment from which to cast the bronze fitnc suriroutitiiiK the pedes tal. Hut the association and Us orsnnlz ers seem to have vanished into thin rir. work on the monument was never even Ik'khii, and so far as can be learne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

Fashionable for the Street. An effective walking costume seen t Sherry's at the luncheon hour was a lightweight black cloth, but lustre Jess. The round length swlrt was gored to fit and had at the back two meeting underlying plaits, and scanter ones In the center fronts were pressed In and secured invisibly, while down each side was fastened a row of tiny dull gold buttons, perhaps an Inch apart. The blouse effect closed ap parently by double rows of buttons to match the skirt, and the sleeves were also plaited and showed tiny buttons at their center tops as well as at their wrists. New York Times. Girl's Blouse Frock. Many of the styles that have taken uch a hold upon adult fashionable persons are duplicated In a modified manner for the young girl s iasn lons. This Is ex emplified In the smart design Illus trated, with Its deep yoke, long shoulder effect, as well as the full gathered blouse and skirt. The de sign is capable of several variations. and will lend Itself to any materia...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

THE RISING SON. LITS WOODS Bomb mi Maaagw . Published Eery Week RISING SON PUBL1SHINGCO rNCBSCKUTlON RATKS: a Ml tit moaUu f hra. nontna at Oa. ibubUi 11 tMictlf pIJ In advaiKV ImUrtd at the JVf Office at Kama OiiJ, as Stcoitd VUis Matter. Correspondents wanted In every city an town id tlil state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub Uoatlon should reach our office nut la tor than Tuesday, of each week and Butt be sinned by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. )FFIOKt No. 117 West BlatL St Kansas City, Mo. Ad varttatng Rnttl, rot aa. 1ch. ob. loMrtlon t " or on. Inch, r. h anrjuot Ineertlon .su for two larhf. lhn moaib 100 fur two lach., (II dvibOi 100 for two loch. , nln. months 10 00 at two la? bN twelve month! U00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RFST. Hie paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. EDITORIALS. .According to Emer...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

THE BISIHG SOIT. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Q. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleaae It's tbe little bit we collect here and there That enables ua to run from year to year.' LOCALS. Keep on the lookout for the McRay hotel. The RiiHBlang what war means. finally understand FOR RENT Two rooms, unfurnlsh ed, at 1734 Vine street. The Smart Set met with much sue cess In Kansas City the past week. Miss Osle Davis Is very 111 at her home, 605 McQee street, with the la grippe. Benjamin McOray stock Is high at this time says the man from Blue Green. We will accept Thomas K. Nledrlng haus, as It was the will of tbe ma Jorlty. Why do so many of our eolored friends refuse to pay such a small bill as a paper bill? Mr. William Ramsey of Topeka Kan., and Miss Chloe Bailey of this city were married lust week. The Son believes In rewarding those who have been faithful. That Is why we were for Col. Kerens. Colored Agents wanted. Agents, big money sure. For particulars call fore noon Sun...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

HimiwwiMiwmanmwlliiMW .. . tow km. .,. . -. Wlff l1f M.iJH..nMm. uuaH What ahnll ! on1 yon for a valentine IVtlinim tliores untiling that would pli'IHI' 1110 hPttiT Tltnn to inclosB this loving hrtrt of mlna Within tl snowy pnn.s of my li'ttfr! Thit would hp vpty tnnoiint find nrtli'tn, Hut, thru. I know that 0U would uVvia me Iioji tlvaa! Hut tnkf It. i!'nr, tich na It l fi trim Anil Im-tlnu livarl ou did not n.-ek to win It: Vncon.u'lnusly the ponr thing went to you, Pi en ml UK an J daizlcd In on goldrn . ml'iutiv Let It h thrall to you swert STvlce this Ik Itj oniv n-cominisa your ftnlh-s and kissm! Atlanta Constitution. ByflartJia Young Tlio Koliruary nlr was full of per 'inn? anl damp hroozinpss. Clou-Is, -,irp!e a thi hai-inths aixiiit to MiHini. sourrii"! tip and on swiftly. A tuim-h of brlaW lt-aw.. crisp ati'l dry. In the treat cak over the "oHlre." just across the lawn from the lln.'iit IIoiiip, Kept up ujiv enough for a goodly fjresf. G-n. Telham stood at the office win ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

atnsEt Justus. AN OLD MAN'S TRIBUTE. An Ohio Fruit Raleer, 78 Ytara Old, Cured of a Terrible Cat After Tan Ytara of Suffering. Sidney Justus, fruit dealer, of Men tor, Ohio, Bays. "1 waa cured by Doan'a Kidney Pills of a severe cue of kid ney trouble, of eight or Men years' standing. 1 suffered the most severe backache and other pains In the region of the kidneys. These were es pecially severe when stooping to lift anything. nd often I could ciardly straighten my back. The aching was bad In the daytime, but just as bad at night, and 1 waa always lame In the morning. 1 wag bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet. The urinary passages were painful, and the secretions were discolored and so free that often I had to rise at night. I felt tired all day. Half a box served to relieve me, and three boxes effected a permanent cure." A TRIAL FREE. Address Foster Mllhurn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. "Why do so many actors Insist on playi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 February 1905

4 Don't Lay It Up. Dr ' Uv It up Ihnl bitter nitire 41i11ni yur friend T nelnhtHr, fit atxiut I' liutilen fvot With nnirli iviro nml Intmr. Miy' Uilln-r iwlity 1'imn It liy. Or Omul it out tu f.iil'" nil die. Y it 111.1v ! rlctit in. I Vie tie wronf, V-i II vmi ili 1 1 r duly An I : 1 1 1 1 1 1 itiMi-.nl iif Kite I'll-' .1WT Hi lnVO MM. I IliMlllV, 1 ! 'iin-i !Ihv riiitii' Ih'ii ti- in;iy fr-rl ll.v :.iinll imi Willi ottnr. ilial. (1 , 1 1 ,v :i up. n r I-I 11 tin ! -w.-t r-v.m!-'- 1 v . i fi. . mil 1 111 lit ni i.'.-h-Ii 1 ii.it tr mill" .iti'l 1I11" V"i () ir 1 i" th" mrnfis nli 1'iti'i A i .v ;.l 1 .iri H "U tv.' iti-ath. Hk'lit ni. nir ears breath J. ,1 ...I f 'in-1'. A i-i ; .- 1 IviC I up in t'i 'lli'St lif" i" r.iniiil.iti'iN. Iririi 1" 1 I" wit's n t hi ir tut tn.itiiiii. in) 1 i'jrt vai tit's p. V ii- ni iv i.ii, k- ri.Jpit huill lip.'ii n r.n k N. ork Weekly. . - I 1 H tHe FreeHnan Read His Bonk. I ri;r:m' .IV In l''.i .1 llticil was , wlir I s.w tli.- ihIht 1l.1v rinuiiiK...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT PLEADS FOR THE NEGRO. Hia Speech Before the Lincoln Day Banquet. President Roosevelt made a speech on the race problem ut the Lincoln dinner of the Republican club In New York last Monday. The president said In part : "We of today, in dealing with nil our fellow-citizens, white or Mack, North or South, should strive to show just the qualities that Lincoln showed: Ills steadfaslness In striving after the right, and his infinite patience and forbearance with those who saw that right less clearly than he did; his earnest endeavor to do what was1 best and yet his readiness to accept, the best that was practicable when the ideal best was unattainable; his un ceasing effort to cure what was evil, coupled with his refusal to make a bad situation worse by an ill-judged or Ill-timed effort to make It better. "All good Americans who dwell In the North must, because they are good Americans, feel the most earnest friendship for ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

r i t ' i x Tim The Spring sleeve. T! i v:i,)i f sleeves In ( jo future ". n: is. it.. t- irn iti k ing and sum 11 r is tii' of inn li st, mill tunny l'f tile 'lei,i III. IIS luiiili' concerning them are board Willi mingled pleasure and disapproval, the .alter fur some, '!. forim r fur others So far as tin ':'-- ri blouse is ut ri nu ll, the u-its' ti.iil tun. wl'h a tuil tup tapering i!i' 11 in rather narrow Ioi-vch below :li' i lhuu iiini uai lit tv'l into ini-ilitmi width c::fT of im-hs m bands of flm' i !l: It. :iii i y. arc among the latest im ported tro.'c:". This is tin' most sen stb'e fashion of all. Its full top con 'aN both tli- too thin anil t lie too fi' aim. unless it t.i. of tin. sheer .ir.i'y. aid ts close lower portion iio. s away w.th the : pini; nr. I muss ing of tin' fuller u!, firm1. Fashionable Necklaces. T! amethyst, which is enjoying v: ', pi..iari:y in;'s season. Is a most r, v.- i.i. i t jew, !. f,,r ,,t only is it ! i i i m:i.i.- (. ho'h blonde atH brunette...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

Ik , I Laus Mortlt. Nay. why should I fear Death, vho gives ua life, ami In exchange take breath? lie la like cordial Spring That lifts above the aull each burled thing. Like Autumn, kind and brief The from that chllla the branches, frees the leuf. I.Ike Winter' stormy hour That apt end their fleece of anow to save the flowers. The lordliest of nil things Life lnl ua only feet. Death gives Us Wilms! Fearing no covert thrust. Let me walk onward, armed with valiant trust, Dreading no unseen knife, .Across Death's threshold stop from llfo lo life! Oh! all ye frightened folk. Whether ye wear a crown or bear yoke. Laid In one enunl bed. hen once your coverlet of grass Is spread. , What daybreak need you fenr? The love will rule you there which guides you here! Where Life, the Bower, stands. Scattering the ages from his swinging bunds. Thou waltest, Reaper, lone. I. ntll the multltuilinouM grain hath grown. Scythe-bearer, when thy blade Harvest my flesh, let me be unafraid! iod's htiMhnml...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

THE RISING SON. a m ISVIfi WOODS BumticM Maaufni. Publisher) KiTy Week RiSINOoON PUBLISHINGCO WM'Ust'HIITlON UATKS: Oa Ti-af ;i moathn . . fir umntn On month fulfil pnKl In adiain-a InUrtd at tht I'."t Ojfift at Kan Oitj, at .Vfn,i CUw Matter. OiirrHVotirleot want la rfsrjr clljr tad town 10 tlii state. Write us. All ne' matter Intended for pub lication should reach our oftlce not la lr th in Tut sd.iv, of each week and nuit be lgne(i iiy the writer nut for publication, but a) guarantee of auth-ntii-ltv. These scries of Nt'Kl'O meetings s li i li liavc I ii In lit roectitly havlni; for tlnir iMirpii.-!' tin1 impeachment of imlilir official, especially Kuril of tluiti as a circuit JuiIko. liavi' supplied fouil fur nuirli cotiiiiiint by tho public press. The Son rather assumes that any effort on tho part of tho Negro the niiteiiiiie of which would lirlllK a rolif.iet between the two races Is not to he olicoiirtmed. The Impeachment of a Jud.m or public official Ih a very serious tliini...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember plciwe It's the little bits we collect here nml ihere That eniible us to run from yenr to yeur." LOCALS. O. A. Clay Is on the sick list. We will arri'pt Thomas K. NiedrltiK haiiH, an It was tho will of the ma jority. x Why do ko many of our colored friends refuse to iay such u small bill as a paper bill? Mrs. Fanny Garth of 202"i Madison avenue. Is a lover of her rare, and in race enterprise you can always de pend on her to do her part. Miss Afines Johnson, of 2."1! High land avenue, is a woman of her race. You can depend on her and her word Is her bond. We hope to see all Ihe friends of Hev. F. J. Peck out next Sunday. Business of importance is to be trans acted. The members of Prudence court met at tho hall. 3.":j Main street, last Friday evening and had a good meet ins. Mrs. Dr. Perry was In the chair. Mrs. 1). A. Doyle, of f,'l K. Thir teenth street. Is able to be out again after three we...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

8 A Song My KjiIiT, II Is goml f'T me To ti'i-t. rinil inil to tm'-e; And .itl Willi .).- p humility Kor lliy icvciliiiK Kia'.c. loin" hen Tliv - l In the a. And firiiiigrt in nivt'il aensei I I've Thee in the in'i-, , 1 tiu.l Thy tuovkl. t c'uMinl ee I h aecret thlnf In thu my tlmk ul-ede. 1 may net reach nritli e.irthly wings The li-ihts and depth of r.eii. 9o faith a rut tvitienre wilt awhile; Nut d'luiitit . not in frar: Kor nori In lira en niv Katlior'x amlle Shall rendei all thicsa i ar. U. lUwson. "! ' lht. 1!0I. I'V Rufus V : r. s li i w u.m llu fae simile of his (xv in broiler Dii l; in fare and flcure. Imt in t rti 1 1 1 i ;iin. nt mid dispo sition tiny Were MpMislli'S. Tliry both came in love Kali- Laurel, tin' pretti est til l in YnrKi illc; Pick, with a varn:. wit.iiiiii: aft- el ion; Itutu. with A j -. j ! i ! t ii tin itit.-n-j'ty. A I" Kali', when sl.i- was with I'll U I t ." unity wati'lcri i to K u fn h. nml win n in the pr"ii in i' of the lat ter .-ho Inn::.' ! fu...

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