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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 January 1885

r. i iM i . a1 i - U J m Mr A r THE JOmtyAIi. ISSCEO EVZRY WEPEi:DAY, :m. k. turner & co. Proprietors and Publishers. 23" OFFICE, Eleventh r., up " in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six month Three months single copies COLUMBUS STATE BANK! C0LTT5I3TJS, 5EB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75.00C DIRECTORS: L-E.v-DEit Geueahd, Pres'i. Geo. W. FIulst, Vice Prert. Julius A. Ueed. It. II. Henry. J. E. Tasked Cashier. Bank of Iepoit, l)lcemt and Exchange. Collection. Promptly Made o all Point). Pay Interest on Time Deposit- "- HENRY G-ASS, UXDERTAKEE ! ( OFFI AND METALLIC CASES iNJ DE.VLER IN Furniture. Chairs, Bedsteads, Bu reaus. Tables, Safe3. Lounges. &c. Picture Frames and Mouldings. "Snirpairlna of all kinds of Upholstery (mods. ti-tf COLrMBF-. NEB. HENRY LITERS, DEALER I WIND MILLS, AND PUMPS. Buckeye Mower, combined. Self Binder, wire or twine. Pumps Repaired on short notice rc??One door wc-t of Heintz's Drus store, lltn Street, Columbus Neb. S tt rji T yfor working people, -end 10 H...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 January 1885

9 3 i i ofowhusJIottcRal, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, 1884. Ida Lewis, the "Grace Darling" of America, has united with a Methodist church at Newport, R. I. It is stated that South Carolina is the only state in the Union that does not make provision in its laws for divorce. D. B. "Wesson, of Springfield, Mass., has sent forward a check for $1,000 as his contribution to the fund to re lieve Gen. Grant from his pressing pecuniary embarrassment. C. S. Campbell, Probate Judge, Las fled from Watertown, D. T., tak ing with him $4,000 belonging to the court and private citizens. It is pre Burned he is heading for Canada. The expenses of the Democratic National Convention amounted to $150,000. The remaining indebted ness of $1,700 was raised the other day by the local financial committee. Another dynamite hoax has been perpetrated on the public at London. A bag containing two pounds of iron filings, with a fuse attached, was found under an arch at the Waterloo bridge. Ax attempt waB made by an infer...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 January 1885

1 li ri - M ift 4 i CqJamittsferutttat WEDNESDAY JAX. 14, 18SL nuger-farBitwe. The board of suprevisors are in session thiB week. Coffins and all kinds of fnneral j goods at ilunger6. Ton 'will save money by trading at Wermuth & BasttchePa. 21-tf Several communications have been laid over for next week. "When every base turner fails to give yon satisfaction try a Grand. Hore snow yesterday. Sleighing will probably be the next attraction. ' Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tinware, at "Wm. Becker's. 31-2m Guns and ammunition are pold by "Wermnth & Bcettcher at bottom prices. 20 Only one of those Grand square base burners left at KrauEe, Lubker &, Co's. The celebrated base burner "Splendid" for sale at "Wermuth & T,.jettcherJ6. 21-tf The celebrated Moline wagon sold at very low figures at "Wermuth & Boettcher's. 20 The best heating and cooking stoves for the least money at "Wer muth & Boettcher's. 21-tf The largest and best assortment of cook stoves and ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 14 January 1885

THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14, 1885. ster:i at tia P::tsS:e, Cslsato. Het, u steal elut sitter. TOGETHER. ffee winter wind Is wailingr, sad and low. Across the lake and through tho ruaUlaff The splendor of the golden after-glow Gleams through tho blackness of the great yew hedge; And this I read on earth and In tho sky: "We ought to be together, you hd L'f Bant through its rosy changes into dark. Fades all the west; and through the shaA owy trees, And in the silent uplands of the park. Creeps the dbtt sighing of the rising breeza; It does but echo to my weary sigh: We ought to be together, you and LM My hand is lonely for your cJasping, dear. My ear.is tired, waiting for your call; want your strength to help, your laugh to choer; Heart, soul and senses need you, one and nil. t-m I droop without your full, frank sympathy e ougnt to De logeiner, you una x. We want each other so. to comprehend The dream, the hone, thintrs planned or seen, or wrought: Companion, comforter, and guide a...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 January 1885

t i H n 1 THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. T. TURNER & CO. Proprietor! aa PubliAeri. 3T OFFICE -Eleventh St., up stairs. in Journal Building. wm Mimltts BtttI tATES OF AlMTBRTISlISe;. terms: Peryear Six months Three months . Single copies . . 1 2 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! VOL. XV.-NO. 89. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. JANUAEY 21, 1885. WHOLE NO. 767. COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leandeu Gerhard, Pres'l. ' Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Pre't. Julius A. Heed. K. II. Heskv. J. E. Taskeji, Cashier. o - -f DAY BY DAY. little older every day, A little nearer to the etoM; Nearer the ending of the fray. Nearer the lonjr repoM. Nearer the time when o'er our bead Shall spring' the hlossom and the grata. And friends will murmur: ?'He la dead,'? As by our tomb they pass. Nearer the time when v. e shall cast An anchor by the mystic shore; And see and feel and know, at last, What we could not before. Ah! how the years go rollim tb iri Into the vaults of Time! I How short ow soon the o...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 January 1885

4fttntttti$ctfttl WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 1884. Emteeoe "William, it is said, is fully persuaded that he will not live to see the end of the present year. Heldt, the would-be train-wrecker, had his trial in Schuyler last week, and was sentenced to ten years hard labor. A saw-mill boiler eight miles' south of Smithficld, Ohio, burst the other day, killing J. G. Evans, H. Evans and "W. Armstrong. J. G. Evans was horribly burned. W. Morrison was badly hurt. Wm. Hale, governor of "Wyoming Territory, died on the evening of the 13th after a lingering illness, aged 48. He was appointed by President Ar thur in 1882. He formerly resided at Glenwood, Iowa. Ho was buried at Cheyenne. The south infirmary of the Illinois eastern hospital for the insane, locat ed at Kankakee, burned last Sunday morning at 4:30. Seventeen of the forty-five inmates are missing; thir teen bodies have been recovered. One patient, believed to have been burned, has since been found wandering the streets. Democrat conjectur...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 January 1885

I w -. V v . 1 -1 V r 1 ffuKtbusfoucnjil, WEDNESDAY JAN. 21, 1884. Muager- faraltare. It pays to trade at Kramer's. A iittle snow and a good deal of cold last week. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Manger's. Two good store buildings to rent. Inquire of J. C. Martin. 1 You will save money by trading at Wermuth & Bcettcher'e. 21-tf When every base burner fails to give you satisfaction try a Grand. Pride of tbe Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tinware, at Wm, Becker's. 31.2m Guns and ammunition are sold by Wermuth & Boettcher at bottom prices. ZU Kramer sells overcoats and all winter goods at greatly reduced prices. 4-39-2 Only one of those Grand square base burners left at Krause, Lubker & Co's. The celebrated base burner "Splendid" for Bale at Wermuth & Boettcher's. 21-tf -'The celebrated Moline wagon"sold at very low figures at Wermuth & Bcettcher's. - - 20 You can Bave 20 per cent by buy ing cloaks, Newmarkets and circulars now at Kramer's. The best heating a...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 21 January 1885

i.aTVTf"TT'J?''A,a" J-J A HAUNTED BRIG. A Singular rhcnomenon on Hoard Ve scl In rhiladclpM Harbor. The brig Frances, a West India trader of Machias, Me., lay at the foot of Prime street wharf a few days ago, waitingfor the arrival of a crew to enable her to put to sea. Captain Hial H. Thomas, the commander, a blufi, hearty old Bailor, who has, in his time, navigated nearly every ocean om the globe, sat under tbobit of awning stretched across the quarter-deck of the brig and told of the predicament which has kept his ves gel here for several days. The Frances finished taking her cargo on board on Thursday last She is 580 tons register and laden with hoops, staves and head ing, consiged to a sugar exporting house at Matanzas, Cuba. Captain Thomas said: "To begin, none of my old crew staid by the vessel when we arrived here, so I shipped a new lot, live seamen, and sent them on board last Thursday afternoon. "It never has been my plan to puc a crew on board until I was ready to tow ou...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 January 1885

BATES OF AVEMTISII. pirBnalneaa and professional cards of five lines or less, per annnm, five dollars. Eff For time advertisements, apply at this offlce. SSTLegal advertisements at statute rates STFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. I7A11 advertisements payable monthly. THE JOURNAL. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, IVI. Iv. TURISTEK, & CO. Proprietors and Publisheri. fc S3T OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year Six months Three months . . Single copies .. VOL. XV .--NO. 40. COLUMBUS, NEB., ..WEDNESDAY. JANUABY 28. 1885. WHOLE NO. 768. - t 3 - I M l VI I & J f COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, NEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIUECTORS: Leander Gerrard, Pres'l. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Reed. R. II. Henry. J. E. Task En, Cashier. Damk of Deposit, DLsco-sat and Exchange. Collection Promptly Made ob all Point. lay Intercut ob Time Depes- It. 274 HENRY G-ASS, COFFINS AND METALLIC OASES AND DEALER IN Furniture, Chairs, Bedsteads, Bu- reau...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 January 1885

fttttastctl WEDNESDAY, JAN. 28, 1884. Peterson of Burt county is the only member of the House who was born in Nebraska. In London a new form of gas lamp has been invented which gives the light of 200 candles at a penny an hour. The State Board of Agriculture in session at Lincoln the other day lo cated the state fair at Lincoln for the next five years, by a vote of 48 for Lincoln and 38 for Omaha. A pboject is announced of tunnel ling Mount Blanc, notwithstanding the fact that it will cost $16,000,000, take eight years' time, and be the fourth tunnel route into Italy. The city limits of New Orleans so greatly exceed the bounds of the city proper that some persons who live within the corporation limits have not a neighbor within twenty miles. An electrical instrument that will register the temperature of Pike's Peak and Mount Washington in the Chief Signal Service at Washington threatens to supercede the army of signal station men of the conntry. We aro indebted to Senator Mc Alliste...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 January 1885

: S ? IotttmftnsXatttiwl9 WEDNESDAY JAN. 28, 1834. Clanger faraitwre. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Manger's. Found, a cream-colered pony. Inquiro of John Knobel. 39tf School books at A. & M. Turner'?, 11th street in Jourkal building. Pride of the Kitchen Soap, for cleaning tinware, at Wm. Becker's. . 3l-2m Kramer sells overcoats and all winter goods at greatly reduced prices. 4-39-2 Dr. Schug had five cases of diph theria under his care last week all children. School supplies at A. & M. Tur ner's, one door cast of Kramer's dry goods store. Corn crawled up a cent higher last week. "Was selling Monday for twenty-one cents. You can 6ave 20 per cent by buy ing cloaks, Newmarkets and circulars now at Kramer's. TV. T. McKean, merchant tailor, is selling winter goods at cost to make room for spring goods. 40-2 1 John Routson, who is an expert draughtsman, has prepared a fine map of the city for the Council. $5,000 just received and ready t...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 28 January 1885

ODD SUPERSTITIONS. Strange 'toIon or People In Variooa Countries Concerning Matrimony. There is perhaps no period in a woman's life that so completely changes her whole existence as mar riage, and for that very reason she is apto be more superstitious and fanci ful at that time than at any other; and while superstitions arc fast becoming a something of the past, there are very lew women who will not hesitate be fore making Friday their wedding day or will not rejoice at the sunshine, for happy is the bride tne sun sumo vu. June and October have always been held as the most propitious months in the twelve, a happy result being ren dered doubly certain if the ceremony was timed so as to take place at the full moon, or when the sun and moon were conjunction. The Romans were very superstitious about marrving in May or February; they avoided all celebration days, and the calends, nones and ides of every mnt. Tho H9v of the week on which the 14th of May fell was considered very unlucky in...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 February 1885

KATES OF A1EMTU81NG. Oulumbtis Smnpxl J3TBusIness and professionalcards of five lines or leas, per annum, fivo dollars. 137 For time advertisements, apply at this office. BTLegal advertisements at statute rates. J3TFor transient advertising, see rates on third page. 13TA11 advertisements payable monthly. jgr OFFICE Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. terms: Per year ? TT Slxmonths ? Three months Single copies VOL. XV.-N0. 41. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1885. WHOLE NO. 769. THE JOTJBNAL ISSUED EVBKY WEDNESDAY, M. K. TURNER & CO. Proprietor! and Pabliihen. mm I v K 1 C 3 J X. 1 - I i. .! &' rfTt-5 trl 1 COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, VEB. (MS2 CPJTli, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leandeu Gkbkakd, Pres't. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Pres't. Julius A. Reed. R. II. Henry. J. E. Taskeh, Cashier. Baak of Deposit, Dlscoaal ud Exchaage. Collection Promptly Wade all Point. Pay IatereMt oa Time Depos it. 274 HENRY G-ASS, , UNDERTAKER ! COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES AND DEALER IN Furn...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 February 1885

n p $lawfus?atil WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4, 1885. Sekatoe Vaxce, of North Carolina, haB been unanimously renominated by the democrats. It appears that Dakota's capitol is to be located at Ordway, Brown coun ty, instead of Pierre, Hughes county. Kebbabka. ought to be thankful to Leslie's and Harper's Weekly for cuts of Nebraska's exhibits at the World's Fair. m Nebraska, it is claimed, lacks only f56,451 of having enough money in her treasury to pay off all her indebtedness. Haikes haB been elected permanent speaker in the Illinois House. Thus ends the long speakership fight, and probably eettles the question that Logan won't be elected senator. The woman's relief corps of the G. A. It. of Nebraska, held a session last week at Beatrice. Mrs. D. G. King, of Lincoln, was elected vice-president at large to attend the national en campment at Portland, Me., next summer. "The duty of a people suffering under any disposition, native or for eign, is to better their condition." The foregoing, from th...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 February 1885

I . v Columbus iJoutnat, WEDNESDAY FEB. 4, 1SS5. Mud snd wind. Valentines at Turner's. !fIBser fritre. It pays to trade at Kramer's. See samples of Hutching' photos at post-office. 6-41-1 Hutching's railroad photo -car will be here soon. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Plunger's. Mrs. J. J. H. Reedy is seriously sick with heart disease. Found, a cream-colered pony. Inquire of John Knobel. 39tf The coldest winter on record seems to have let up a little. School books at A. & M. Turner'?, 11th street in Jocenal building. Pride of the Kitchen Soap, "for cleaning tinware, at Wm. Becker's. 31-2m Hutching's prices for fine photos is cheaper than at any gallery in the west. Ilutc '.g's mammoth rail road photo car . ill stop in this city a few days. Mrs. Page's sight-singing will close until the public schools open again. Such a wail as is being sent up for eggs was never heard in the land before. Kramer sells overcoats and all winter good at greatly reduced prices. 4-39-2 One ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 4 February 1885

li la THE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4, 1885. ItUr:i it tho Pen:S:e, Cslsstaf. Het., m nei clus matter. IM SITTING ON THE STILE." 8he turned the music ewlftly o'er. Her lovely color came and went; Sie tossed her Jaunty bat aside, And st before the Instrument. Re Ivory keys her Ivory hands Touched with a master touch tke trhfl With sweetest voice she sang that sweet Old soda;: "I'm sitting on the stile." He softly stole within the room To hear her sins;; entranced he sat Upon the most oonvenlont obalr. Toe obalr which held her launtr bat. Bhe turned and looked with amrulabed He turned and lookod with sickly ssaile; Beheld the rule ho had wrongs. Ana saia: "i m sitting on we styiei -Mr. Gto. Arttntxaa, umrvmgum A POOR INVESTMENT. The Custom of Putting Spare Cash in Precious Stones. "The time-honored custom of put ting your spare hundreds or thousands daring flush times into jewelry and sil verware, under tho impression that you arc at any rate laying away a nest-egg for a rainy day, is ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 February 1885

fljflwto BATES OF ADVEKTISHf C ETOuaineM and professional card of five lines or leas, per annum, fire dollars. Bs For time advertisementJ, apply at this office. adTXegal adTrtissants atatatat rata. ETTor transient adTertisiag, M rates on third page. E7A11 adTertlseaenta payable monthly. ISSl EVERY WEDNESDAY, M. 3v. TURNER & CO. Proprietors and Publishers. Z2T OFFICE, Eleventh St., up stairs in Journal Building. M terms: .Per year Six months Three months "Single copies VOL. XV.-NO. 42. COLUMBUS, NEB., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1885. WHOLE NO. T70. THE JOURNAL. Sit ipl 99 I & . . 5 i J f '4 fa i COLUMBUS STATE BANK! COLUMBUS, HEB. CASH CAPITAL, - $75,000 DIRECTORS: Leander Gerhard, Pres'l. Geo. W. Hulst, Vice Prcft. Julius A. Reed. R. II. Henry. J. E. Taskeu, Cashier. Hank of Deposit, DiNcesmt bbv1 ExcIiuhsc. Collection I'roniptly Made all fioiati. Pay lutereNl oi Time Iep It. HENRY G-ASS, XJISrDJERTJSIEIl ! COFFINS AND METALLIC CASES AND DEALER IN Furniture. Chairs, Bedsteads, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 February 1885

$UmfcasmnMt WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1886. McAllister has introduced a bill to prevent removal of causes by in surance companies from state to U. 8. courts. Potnteb has introduced a bill to provide for the location of a state normal 6chool north of the Platte; also another to locate at Albion. The Began bill having passed the House and the Cullom bill the Senate, it seems likely that we shall get no railroad legislation from this congress. Rossi's wound is reported as doing well. There is no inflammation or swelling. It is stated that he will be able in a few days to leave the hospital. Express and telegraph companies need some attention from our legisla tors. We believe their monopoly is a little more grinding than that of the railroads. Mrs. Dudley said in a recent in terview that many of the Btories con cerning her are vicious lieB. She said she was never confined in any 'English prison. At Dublin, Irish nationalists are circulating the report that Mrs. Dud ley was in the pay of the E...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 February 1885

.-i 4 I' ir v- X 4 s$lumluswt WEDNESDAY FEB. 11, 1SS5. Valentines at Turner's. Imager frUre. It pays to trade at Kramer's. Scale books, 90 cents, at Tur ner's. 42-tf Hatchings makes family group a specialty. 42-6-1 No. 1 photos, for $1.50 per dozen at Lundy's. 42-2 Twelve fine card photos at 1.50, at railroad car. Coffins and all kinds of funeral goods at Manger's. Horrible The comic valentines, at E. D. Fitzpatrick's. 2-42-1 The Chicago Photo Co's car will remain but a few days. Attorney Reeder has been com missioned a notary public. Hctching's photo car will open in Columbus about the 18th inst. Do not fail to go to Lundy's for pictures while they are cheap. Dr. J. F. Wilson has taken np residence at the Liudell Hotel. Cloudy weather as good as sun shine for photo3 at railroad car. Henry Ragatz has an advertise ment in today's Jouekal. Read it. The finest photos in Nebraska made by Hutchings at Chicago car. The justice's courts are the busiest among the busy these times. Pride of ...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus journal. — 11 February 1885

THE JOURNAL. "WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1883. ZbU1 at the Perteflci, Celsslu, Kit., u iwmI dux sitttr. THE EYES OF LOVE. toeytcH us love is blind, but Is It so? Is not Lore opon-oyod and quick to see Vic hidden Rood that from all other eya .; Deeply concealed may be? TWhat can bo see in her?' one asks, dismayed. .-"-Small, plain and poor, with not one bit of mind! "Unused to worldly ways, quiet in speech Surely, Lore must be blind 1" Another questions, laughing: "What can sk& With" all her gifts and countless graces, find In him. so grave and plain a perfect clod? "Ah," archly. "Love blind!" '"Sec," sneers another, "now the mother -bonds More rravelytender, smiling slow and kind, O'er.that frail child most worthless of them .'ill Aye, truly. Love is blind 1" Bo the world says, passing upon its way. Having no time nor wish to pause and tad "The hidden pearl under tho rough, crude soil Lovo finds tho' he be blind I Tfls only Love that looks beyond tho face. The ungraceful form, tho quie...

Publication Title: Columbus Journal, The
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