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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 15 April 1907

WJ(WtH.i. fVX'v ' . v ",7-. f ;tfiWvof .bbti'lnatiCbarta' of the Order of .Calanthe, 8ffi$S Ttfdt'tPtoWod:ifiW,Tetlogf Exec at We. Officers, etc,' Subject to Semi-annual andGrand Court'Changes. wmim1? courts 19 s&SIMamy, 1734 Grand Ave. , Meets each aid and 4th Friday af&riwen of each month- at 28 oclock. Mr.S Matthew Dibble, rthv oaociUr; Jank Combs, recorder of deeds, ra06uss no. 5. l Meets each 1st and srd jby aversion f -each montla at 2:30 cVrlodc. Mira, Lily' Johtwon, worthy omuc11orj Mrs. R . H sVwning, recorder f deefis. OMTKKTML aw. W. Meetseaah2nd and-4tlh Thura ' oay afternoon of 'each month -atj 330-6'clodk. Airs. (DoU'e Yates,; wortbv lOOuncilloK: Mts. iLiilui IDd-wards recorder of deeds. twaKFGWoscva 17. Meets each ttat and :8d Tborday! afternoons df each inoireh at2:g0, Mrs ttovenaWest, worthy coun sMoe. Mrs. iPirikey Green, e i ' order of deeds. WASCOf (COURT JtO 132 , AmOmore, Mo., j Macts on he 'fiwt -and "third. Tuesdays df each month at 3!30j 9 im.imithe ...

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. — 15 April 1907

ft - : - .-t.Lu I? 1 I rJVM" 'SlVinwj: 3J ',51 Arc You a K. of P.? Notice of Final Sctf ilemcm si IF NOV, WHY NOT? TheKnijjhts of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in this State, is the most progressive Negio or ganization of today. We have u) fur departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mei? are receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak inj; Them hotter and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who are being educated for the common duties oi me. IV Endowment, In this depart tnent we ar? paving out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIV EN, that the undersigned Admin istrator, C. T. A. of the estate of Colonel Welton deceased, will make final settlement of his ac counts with said estate as such Administrator at the next term of the Proba...

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. — 22 April 1907

2A'' . mm: Pit'; fee rasas? SBDALIAj MOy MONDAY. APKIL, 22 , :gtf, NO. 47 : nit V II' 1. 1 J teenth AnauaJ Commencement, ft - MMTiiniirniMMiiriii it ' j - - - - - - R' GEORGE R. SMITH COLLEGE, . Wcdnciday, April 24 To Tuesday, The 50. fx T i Ma----- . Br. - tlx WBDNKSDAY, THURSDAY AND FRI? JOA7, Apra24, 'Sknd"26, " 4 Ezaminatidns. r . , v THUS8PAT, AFKIZfl'25 TP. M., f :Ltertry Sbcictiet'jolnt Anbi- v?riaries. , APRIL, 26, 8 P. M., rnn-noTicai enza uoniesi. - Contestants: . ... . , Henlry T.' Reeves. Isaiah Davis,, 'l 'Miss'Nora B. Davis ' , Miss Janie Nar tin,. Miss' Ruby Martin. je,.,Bawl, the Jeweler, wilt Jbe the donor of the medal to be 'tvarded in tbis'contest. .flATORDAY, APRfI.27r' 3 P. M thletlcie.Day, j EVENTS. ' Sack Race,' ' H ardle Race, ;V lflO' YaibaTj,, " , . ."Base-Ball Game; yselcted ' v'"' ' 'teams. ! " Not less than, three may ' com--oete! in,aDy'eyent,nd no .person majff compete for more; than, two prizes. ' 1 SUNDAY, APRIL 28, ..M-llWO ,a'., m., .Baccalaureate ...

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. — 22 April 1907

iedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor to Publwher Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda Ha Post Office as Secend Class matter. about' ancotp T' WmmSW' MM department of justice. Although it is understood that he was- not indorsed for this particular place it is said that Senator Foraker and; Dick' indorsed Tyler- for various nositionV. '"' ' ' i ' ExchangeJ -CO- CALVARY ACTS AS SERVANTS, aH;f). Hr I SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. THE CONSTITUTION LEAGUE'S DEFENSE OF BLACK BAT TALION ENDORSED BY MASSACAUSETTS COMMITTEE. A Clarion Cai.u To Arms Sustain The Appeal. i?Af HEADQUARTERS SOLDIERS' DEFENSE FUND COMMITTEE. his Con American Boston, Mass., April, 100-. Recognising the unlawful d.s c'largeofthe "Black Battalion' of the Twcnlyfifth U. S- Infantry by the Chief Executive of the U. S. as another blow at the Consti t Jtional rights of American citi zens, "The Constition League of th-2 Un...

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. — 22 April 1907

K$t V Nwaciof BurtlhtleGiitnia ,of tbOrder of Calantbe mmy W itlv&Offi1ferCetcSutject'l6S4mi.ariaaai 19 B?ft K A NSAS CliY TCOUltTS All Meet at theYeadotne A: cademy, 1734 Grand Ave. , IS i n,RODBKCB NO. 166., , . Meet! each 2nd and, 4ttr Friday ' 'tfteVnoOn o each, month at:30 o'clock. Mn.?S Matthew Dibble.:. worthy councillor; Janie Combs, recorder of deeds, ' i PK00RH38 NO. 5. Meets each 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at 2:30 ra. Lily Johnson, couucillor; Mrs.L'R H recorder of deeds. s mi ORIENTAL NO. 10. . . Meets each 2nd and 4th Th'ures day afternoon of each month at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. D6ll;e Yates, worthy councillor; Mrs. Lulu P -uv $M wards,-recorder of deeds. ?ll:v-HWH1Tiao8,tN0-17' MS ' iHiets each 1st and 3d Thurday UTOPIA COURT NO. Sedalia, Mo. 1 ftro 'MrsvNorenaWest, worthy coun. cillor. Mrs. Pinkey Green, re corder of deeds. MASCOT COURT NO 132 Ardmore, Mo., Meets on the first -and third Tuesdays of each month at 2:30 P m, in the Pythian hall. Mrs Fannie E Majors...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 22 April 1907

HI LB LB m ft. IF NOT, WHY NOT? The Knights of Pythias, with ovt r 4,000 members in this State, i-, the most progressive Negro or ganization of today. We have u) fivur departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look after the sick and distressed and bury the de-ul. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mrr nrertccivinf; a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak inc them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Couth, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc heing educated for the common duties of life. IV Endowment. In this depart ment we are paying outthousatids cf dollars annually to tlie widows and heirs of deceased Knights. MISSOURI JURISDICTION. (6 Subordinate Lodges in Mo. 10 Uniform Rank Companies. $55,000 Paid to the heirs of Knights of Pvthias of Missouri within the past ten years. $11,500 Pythian Home at 3137 Pine Street, St. Louis. Mo., own ed and controlled by Pythians. $3 Per week sick dues paid by every lodge in ...

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. — 29 April 1907

wmmmtmmmmm I it OP cmscuintor. SBDALIA, MO', MONDAY, APRIL, 30, :go7, UjvjliV . .. X? c.t fcjl" 11' - 'Hiiiiiim'iiiiiiiiH NO. 4 THE CONSTITUTION LEAGUE'S DEFENSE OF BLACK BAT TALION ENDORSED BY MASSACAUSETTS COMMITTEE. A Clarion Call To Arms Sustain The Appeal. HEADQUARTERS SOLDIERS' DEFENSE Ft'ND COMMITTEE. Boston. Mass,, April, 1907. soldiers' defense. Recognising the 'unlawful, dis- It is after this actual experience F. J. BROWN, "GRAND LECTURER of the Knights of Pythias of the jurisdic tioa of Missouri, is making a record breaking trip throughout this jurisdiction of nearly 70 lodges. His official visits are .noted tor occasions oj crest rytntan enthusiasm. A good, re . por will be made by him atr the Grand. Lodge in Fayette. NEVER HIND THE KNOCKERS. Bvll HP 1 EST , 2. Co ahead and Make your play; 1. There's in every worker's way, .Never mind the knoekera. Everyone who seeks to shine, It successful they malign; Tit of fame a certain sign; Never mind tho knockers. They strike onl...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 April 1907

ft cider.. v mmi'nwmmmmmmmsmt Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor Pabiisher Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. him when Don1 take of causing him to atofeMftr and then cold brcaasen4et J SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. Foraker as a Constitutional Defender. In these days of greed and rush for financial and political influ ence, it seems almost impossible that there remains one great Amer ican, who loves the constitution so well that he will imperil h:a polit ical career for its defense. Some have alleged divers reasons for this American taking the stand he maintains with such dignity and ability. But all allegations and aspersion fade into vaporous chaos, when the greater proposition of defending the constitution is in volved. Senator Joseph Benson Foraker is destined to win a position n breaat of Hamilton. Madison. Webster, Sumner, Blaine, Gar...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 April 1907

WMMiS"'. . hQarSfthnra;AofrOHOAY MAY. 6, 11111 pMet.TMt'8onday night, Apr. Shine In the noon-day .un PfBMTOi; jgV VpWA coufo. 19 21 of pneumonia He .u 59 years what 0 M our B,ms n ,ife b teSSlnW Sdlj;;ld, ' old. A wife nd four children, f where'er our paths diverge (fii':":'-f. '' i,-fi Ji T,..,in three boys ana one Rirl mourn Somewhere on the bright Meant of fame -a - (Mil , chlnCoiiGcmntor. ii .". fIcb'tnonttivt 2-301 rc; j.ile Combs, MeJ"ech- i.tind)Kd.Ifrida, i iM6rUi;..c-u-ucUldrMtJ .R' H rV.!OWBWg,TewKO)B.r oj una. -v ........... in fefjilwSs.'each'inaiandth.-Thurs-- 'fc'ii''lf-nrtnri'''n M'eKf month at n--. 31300C10CK. lra, -uouie ; iaies 'Lulu deeds.' &thv Councillor;' Mrs. Edwards; recorder of hesn weacn mown i ;3u. LVM' BaMiai.WMit. wortnv coun S5K9HeKiW .Green;-re ,mt; prder of deeds. Eft. 132 . Artimore,-MO.. . , Meeta on the first and third fr AUCiuavo u svu uivuiu mwy 'Opm, in the Pythian hall. T Mrs '.v"' TTanntl. MaSnra. wArtViu rntinctl ;iori..Mis8.Julia.Hali; R...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Conservator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sedalia weekly conservator. — 29 April 1907

IjR&t -ft I'? Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H, HUSTON, Editor Pubhslicr Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Secend Class matter. him wheh-oldef. xon i ao ana say tnings.ror; the sake of causing him to shor anger To Organize Pythian Cadet. Any lodge in the jurisdiction-' Missojm.'w-"' Catkin ig iiia,y ;teWil SUBSCRIPTION One Year, s2 Conser- TheKnldhts of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in this State, ii the most progressive Negro or ganization of today. We have (4) four departments: Subordinate Lodges, which look after the hick and distressed ana bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young nmr arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak ing them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc being educated for the common duties of life. IV Endowment, In this depart ment we arc paying out thousands of dollars annually...

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 May 1907

iWitt Canscrtirt tor. ' ivy .J 5BP I. ilAi There'wfer nine .comestant,,fiye from the, Gratn ajr ichool ifld four from the. A caerny, were on program. At 8it 5 pi mi, they 'marched in, pre eM bf resUpnt Lowe ' ,After k insrriintal duet by Mrs;'-Layne and' Miss Barneft, rpWrered by the Rev. jsamuel Hawkins of Georgetown '.'Between the speakers some ex ceilni musical numbers were in ieifepened. The Boys' Quartet. Messrs Jackson, Camp, -Reeves, speaker r .2 ,t ! 6 - t;.. 1 v.uarv'S' mi It Eg ft It t if 'A.i' Ira REUBEK-Q. WRIQMy. A; B. , .. The subject of 'this sketch in a Saline county .product, cince he v. wai reared near Naotoo. Miasou- rf.:- He has, (or the past tcnry ears, ' rbecn a student and tutor of Geo. l;- Smith fqile'wtiew-be was jawarqea tne aegree of bachelor ' -oMffKnessorstholarship, .manli MM-' way ;" mi ness.in deportment, godiiBess in ' h'arQter, inbmtiriouo in habits 'and a lof tiness.' of .ideals re Jlie noticeable t'rai tsof h is character. iDuring1 his recent year...

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 May 1907

3p pi, i .1. 4' ? i A? Sed&lia Weekly ConseryMor, W. H. HUSTON, Editora Pubiuher '?.'Vvv-. Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. - ette Lodge ito. 35 "it progressing; there is much-room SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. . ... One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, S1.00. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies', $.65. The Season's Demand is for Laborers Spring.imc has begin to assert itself. Everywhere we see an abuudance of pouthful life. Vegetation is busy in its work of ger mination aud development. Idleness in nature, during the spring revival is unknown. Among the lower animals wc notice greater agility; quicker movement; brighter eyes; keener appotites and an industriousness that is ev'.dcnt and lasting. Bird?, bees, toads, flies and every phase of auimal is busily engaged in keeping paee with the advance movements of spring. Whaj then dose this scaaon demand of everything? Its denrnd is for workers enerjetic, everlasting and productive. If ...

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 May 1907

9, ar&ft'tialarith'el Pm$;-v; .tittoeXfflcei,et8tfw? & Mtf(fip Avcademyi nat GranovAvs; :s -.i 1 i All "l. - BR (-.(! nil HUU ,11 I1UIV $ as Wthy co&Hcliior; japiewCpwb, Meets each-ljt aad ' Friday aiternoon 01 eacnwomn. j o'clock. MuTr LiiyJoann, Y orthy councillor; Mrs. R H . V. T . ..I I J.. J.i 1 f jiruwuiuKi icwii-.iruuoi obntAl.no. 10. (. s y 1 1 j i :acti2nd'ktti 4tb Tlfiifs- OMENTAL Meets each'2itdad . day atyerndoh'of "each- month t as30pc1oclr.. tre. :pp)iie'J.Y?itesl worthy councillor; ittrg. jbulu' ' Edwards, recorder'' of deeds' WHITE KOSK Nd. 17. " T Meets eacb 1st and 3d Thurday , afternoons of aeb month at 2:30. Mrs. Norena West, -worthy coun cilieT.-Mr8. -Pmkey- ureeo. - re corder of deeds. mascot' court no 132 1 ' 'Ardmore, Mo ' 1 Meet on 'the first and' thifd Tuesdays of each month at 2:30 . p m, in the 'Pythian hall. ' Mrs Fannie ,E Majors', worthy council lor; Miss Julia Hall, ,R of D. . at " It.-ah . . ' KrLet the courts send some news to us occasio...

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 May 1907

V'Sv. h 5 Are You . K. - if ? IF NOT, WHY NOT? ThrJ Knights of Pythias, with over 4,000 members in this State, is the most progressive Negro or ganization oi today. We have (4) four departments: I Subordinate Lodrfes. which look atter the sick and distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young mm? arc receiving a military education which they can get in no other way, thus mak inc them better and more useful citizens. Ill Ladies Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights, who arc being educated lor the common duties of life. IV Endowment. In this depart ment we are paying outthousands of dollars annually to ilie widows and heirs of deceased Knights. MISSOURI JURISDICTION. 66 Subordinate Lodges in Mo. 10 Uniform Rank Companies. $55,000 Paid to the heirs of Knights of Pythias of Missouri within the past ten years. $11,500 Pythian Home at 3137 Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo., own ed and controlled by Pythians. $3 Per week sick dues paid by ...

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. — 13 May 1907

Jr j f - ' ''jv, '; '.i' i'i' V. SEDALIA, MOy MONDAY. .MAY, 13,190 NO. 48: A ' J c - in- I5- 1 it If'' 1 d5H fO 4 4r HA at v. V Sedlia Theatre Z2nd MAY1 Grand Select Musicale JACKSON SISTERS, Fam6is Medley Quarteiie Negro Ia Germany Suei a White Nan. .l1r r. 1' i BLACK PRINCB, WAS CALLED INFERIOI? INDIVIDUAL AKD a convicted thief. NAN NATIVE CHIEF'S SON. RETIRED .NAVAL LIEUTENANT IS MADK DEFENDANT IN 8UIT. 50 .i.,,P,A,IlJ..rf- S 0 Balcony Reserved for Colored e. t PRICES- i i ' 15 Cent- 2 WORTHY OF COMPLIMENT." Poplar Bluff, Mo.,' May, 4, '0.7. Editor op Conskrvatok: - Please allow me a small. space in your valuable columns. It is a pleasure of mine to have some thibgto say about a-tuam(not " -witbstauding it is a little ..late who has been to ourNci'ty in an . official capacity. By llie unami moUs actina of Flora Lodge No. IS K. of P.J was directed to send to the Conservator our official or , gan a few statement regarding the -off iclal visit of Grand.Lecturer f . 'J. Brown; He is ...

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. — 13 May 1907

I IF NOT, WHY NOT? ut"o Names of h ' I ' 1907, by the Probate Court Pof , XeCrt'!VJa'VSSmn,,' ' ' tBBBSfj-; Iffift, SL jSijffit V . ' '.. S'Ml ThcKnidhts of Pythias. wUh cUy, Missouri. t "d Grand .Lodge Changes. t . , ,, , ,Vl Jft.fc f, over 4,000 members in tnis State, All persona having claims . . - . ... - i Il-l'Aafli -MW A is the most progressive NeGaor- agaln8t 8ald Estate are required jl. Loub Lodge. LODGES IN THIS JURHTOICTIO mil'eWniral- "4XW Lfr nanizationo! today. . to exhibit them for allowance to , . . , , MEETING ON TBEF PIRST AND i.'IIIlj '4SZ:.ftAlitS v' IH If. t ft Iff -,; i r ' . I A 5 . Subordinate. Lodges, which look after the side ami distressed and bury the dead. II Uniform Rank, in this depart ment our young iup.p arerecciving a military education which they can get in no oilier way, thus malt tag Them better and more useful ritizens. Ill Ladies' Courts, for the wives, widows, daughters and siitors of Kniglus, who are bfing educated for the common duties of li...

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. — 25 May 1907

I p I.if?'. VOLLV..: ... .... . Jl.:. SEP ALIA, MO-, SATURDAY. MAY, 25 :97. NO.50. '. Intsv" 1 f ' ; I ' I II PSt,. x 'fSlS& NEGRO, CAPTAIN . BK V & MONDAY. MAY 2 7 . I IS vi lb I 5,1 Ik J. 3&I Grand Select Musicale JACKSON SISTERS Famous Medley Quartette 5 0 -People - 5 0 B&lcony Reserved fo Colored r People. PRICES - 30 35 15 Cents. Captain Young of the Ninth Cav alry is recalled From Detail as Attache at Hayti, Ques tion of Rank. that this way out cannot be affect ed. With Young marooned at Port Au Prince the department had things to suit it, but he is needed in the Philippines, a.nd in addition had been kept in Hayti longer than a detail ordinarily lasts. Ex. Lincoln School Closing THE PRESIDENT TO DELIVER ADDRESS SUNDAY, 1 I Bryan Praises Negro Debater.. NOTED NEBRASKAN PRESIDED OVEU RECENT IN TERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE, AT LINCOLN, AND ' SAID MARSHALL'S ORATION BEST EVER " HEARD IN THE STATE. o Lincoln, Nebr. The great inter collegiate debate held in' this city last ...

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. — 25 May 1907

Sedalia Weekly Conservator, W. H. HUSTON, Editor trubhihcr . . I. 5 11 J Published every Monday morning and entered at the Seda lia Post Office as Sccend Class matter. . - SUBSCRIPTION PRICES. One Year, 52 Consecutive Copies, $l.'0O. Six Months, 26 Consecutive Copies, $.65. aching! tWmmmMilm uut tney suenrest mat tne-voutn bouvea bv an inrj rattrnr kiit-i rnwi,hir-MiAiiiT-ii'4i..v(-i . vf, 'evUHtWis$ft died anew, shall diHcriminaterbelWeen the good and the bad. uikc ."sui iu uavc muiai buuiHirc saaicicut TO CuaaSInu'Ilie' DHU'IuQ a oroau ucaneuness inai win coinmena ana louow we gOOa. A Pratyer. O Ood, for Whom oar spirits yearn,. Thy ihildren's need in mercy tee; ' Fountain of life, to Tate we turn, Our Father, help eotne to The. Give s Thy purity within, Bead Qraee to pardon and renew; O wash u freely from our lin, O mako us elean, and strong, aid true. .' Not for the Ufe exempt freae eare, Not for our selfish joye alene, Not for delight that aone May share We pray In reference at...

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