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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1856

.1 j J.l?.f3 1 i ;-; :i ;-i ? , '. .; urate CLARK II. GREEN, , DITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCE. J VOL. 17. .GLASGOW , MO. , THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 31,1856. NO. 23. VAMMMJE rAItM IF'ox Solo or Ilont. AVl THAT well known Farm on the State Roads leading front St. Louii to St. Joseph JjLTand Hannibal to the tetter place, about four miles East of Keytraviile, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. . The subscriber being desirous of leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for caih, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country; no better can prokebly be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business, better can probably be found in the State. The farm consists of 258 ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY4 T I M E S 6 3 From t)i Pniknlelntiia Neer. deduction of Wge Is Mr. Snshanti in favor or UT-iiars is tne Proof. Tli great ms meeting of tin friends of 1 illmore and Uonelscm, held in Indepen dence square on Wednesday evening last, having declared, among' other, tiling.., that those there assembled cuiild hove no "sym. )aty with the principle! of James Huchan an lits doctrine of low wages for Ameri can mechanics, and hit opposition to the war of 1812," that fuct seems to hnve a roiised the indigrmnt ire of our otherwise jolly and amiable contemporary of the Fvnn sylvaiiinn to so high a degree, that he oould not contain himself without letting off hit bile, a follows: 'IlASt asd, DinoroABi.r. We have made no secret of the high personal respect have ever entertained for ex-President 1'illmore. We have avowed this upon all occasions, at well at our painful feelings of mortification and regret that he should have lowered himself in our estimation and that of the public gen...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1856

1 1L AS Hi is V i '.1 -i ss&3 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. THE GLASGOW TIMES. rVILllHCD SVKKY THURSDAY MOSKIKO BY CLARE H. GREEN , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IN VARIABLY, IX ADVANCE, Of (ty Subscriptions promptly discontinued it the sxpiralioa at Uia tirua pud for.J AD VKBTiTk HERTS Inserted It tht uiual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiser!. - Jon wonK, every description promptly executed at shor nonce, on reasonaoie terms. V. B. Palme is our ourthorized Agent in New xor, Boston, ana mnadcipuia. C. Boasdmah, Linneus. O. H. BuacKHAar, Huntsviile. Wavlard Sl Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Shasp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell t Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hubble. Trenton. . (jy Postmasters generally are requested to act as agents. gAII agents are requested to remit by mail wuenever nicy nave convenieni amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, or lennessee. 1st. Sd. 3d. 4th. 5th. 6th. 7th. 8th. 8 th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1856

0 L A S G O W E 'E'K L' Y TIMES ; , ., THE NATION'S 80310. , ' , Fillmore' Going Homo! ,... BT I. . W. ... . . ' " TvntFep Days, Come, clieer up boy nnrl hi its sing, Few days, few dnys, For Fillmore make the welkin ring, Fil Imore's going home; Hii home w ill loon be Washington, Few tiny , few dny a, We'll send him there with Donelson, ' Fillmore's going home. ,, Ohl the Locos now are sighing, Few days, few days, They see there's no use trying, Fillmore's going home. Our cause is brightening every dny, Few days, few days, !So "Buck" and Fremont clear the way, , . Filhnuro's going home, "Old Buck" is but a quarter nag, Few days, few dnys, And the "Mustang" now begins to fng, Fillmore's going home. Oh! the Locos now, &c; &c. Just sec how blue the Locos look, Few dnys, few days, As if their friends had them forsook, Fillmore's going home; Ohl how they tremble shake and shiver; Few days, few days, . They know they're destined up salt river, Fillmore's going home. Ohl the Lucos ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1856

-J' in ! i 41 ii CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR FLR J!, INVARIABLY IK ADVA VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 185G. NO. 24. VALUABLE FARM Por Bolo or nont. 9 THAT well known Farm on the State jsy Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph , An and Hannibal to the latter place, about four miles East of Keytcsville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. The subscriher bring desirous of leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for ca, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business,no better can probably be found in the 8tate. The farm consists of 258 Acres 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1856

GLASGOW W E E K L Y T I M E S Broiled Quail and Fanaticism. A ItOISLAllVf SKETCH. Mr. Boiley i nne of the most influential tnrmbrr In Iht Legislature. He spenk with prent fluency anil always to the point. Mr KiiUy it down or. uld jupy legislation f all kituls, and takes grnnt.J tnrly nnd de ciiety npninst.r.11 ineaurej which in any taamicr cut in upon tlio inheritance vouch d to t Ly the " great principles of Ninc'y-Kiglit." Mr. Bailey s inlliience tombinrd wiih hii great pood nature iiml iiff.b'e manners, rn.ko liim much sought after by nil kind"' of people. Among Ihe strangers who called upon liim nn MonJiiy last, i Mr. Monroe, from Steuben "Sir. IUl.y, I believe?" " Ym, sir--take a sent." ' I have ral'rd on yon, Mr. Bailey, for lV purpose nf obtaining your influence in defenlinf ntuil which ilwtnuntics of Steuben have jtit jot up for the purpose of circuui acriVipj; c",T F i:nl-v privileges." " U ti.it i thai ?A "T'urv wiih t!ie TiRiln!iiris to pass a lull ruihoii.it 3 the fijurd...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1856

I. JLUT 'JMM 1 u mw J1 . -I-.I rjtsf GLASGOW WEE K LY T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. Fl'ILISBtD tVTRT TIICRSDAT MOnSlSO BT CL ABE H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXTAItlARLT I ADVANCE, O Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.JJ adtietTbekenii Inserted at tht usual rates. A liberal diicount to Yearly Advertiser!. JOB WORK, terms. Of every description promptly executed' at shor notice, on reasonable A il E ST. T. B, Pai mfb in our onrthori.pd Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Hoasdmak, Linneus. O. H. BimtKHART, Hunlsville. Wavlaho It Co., Roanoke. Tuns. G. Shasp, Bloominglon. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. 0. JowF.Lt tt Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wiuon, Marshall O. H. Hubble, Trenton. 559"Postmajtcr generally are requested to act at agents. All agonta are requested lo remit by mail Whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSOX, ELECTIONJIETUMS. Howard County. Congres...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1856

GLASGOW W EEK L Y T IlM E S POLITICAL JORDAN. Dedicated to "Ten Cent Jimmy." Tin election day is neor, And lh candidates appear, To Veep up their battle-cry accordinj But if Jimmy don't beware, The people do declare, l,on- He'll be landed on the other tide of Jor So take off your coat, &c. He may march the country round; And make a migty ounl, At Lancaster and Baltimore nccordin; But when he get down South, ltd mav iust shut up hi mouth, . For they'll land him on the other aide of Jordun. The paid aristocrats, And the Sag Nichti rats, Are trying to wake the country up nc cordin; But the giant of the Went, II- will iln Ins verv best, To netid them on the other side of Jordon. Pennsylvania'! "ten cent" on, I lit tak if nearly done, A humbugging the people accordin; Before election day We'll find him far away, A squinting on the other side or Jordon. For when the people meet' At the ballot-box to greet, And vole for Fillmors accordin, Then Jimmy will be lost, And will find that he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1856

1 it 1 1 ; . n : . - . ! tii . ,. time CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 17. ONE DOLLAR PERAISNOI, INVARIABLY IN ADVAKI noi,? KCE. $ GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 185G. NO. 25. f For Sale or Kent. THAT well known Farm on the State gtiij Roads lending from St. Louis to St. Joseph -lTand Hannibal to lhe latter place, about four miles East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the lite James Herry ford. The subscriber being desirous of leaving Mis ouri for a milder climate, will sell low for eath, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so ell known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business,no batter can probably be found in the State. The farm consists of 258 Acres) 130 unde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY T.I M E S Picture for Southern Loeofocoi John Tan Buren and Mr. Buchanan. - The great argument of the Southern De mocracy against Scott, in 1852, was that he wu iiipported by leme of the Free toil Whig leaden. It ia a strange rule that will net work both ways, and theie intenaly Southern gentlemen will exouse ua for re minding them that their candidate ia far more obnoxioua to the objection of "Free eoil support" than Gen. Scott waa. Benton, who, aiuce 1844, has never aeted with the Democracy on the Slavery question; Martin Van Buren, who ran aa the MolUion can didate for President in 1848; B. F. Butler, B. F. Hnllet, F. P. Blair, Jr., John Coch rane, C. C. Cnmberlcng, Ludlow, Amass, Parker (present nominee for Governor of New York,) at well at many other eminent Free a oilers, who supported Van Buren; and lastly, John Van Buren, who has been one of the shining liglite of anti-slavery all support Buchanan, and still maintain their anti-Slavery sentiments, and advocate...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1856

f, it i, 1 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. i THE GLASGOW TIMES. rviLimto evert thoridat morriho bt CL ABE H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXVARIAtlLY I! ADVANCE, Subscriptions promptly discontinued it the expiration or the time paia ror.J astistTiimkiiti Inserted at th usual rate. A liberal difcount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every deieription promptly executed at shor otic, on reasonable term's. " t7 Y. B. Palmk ia our onrthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. BoAaoMAK, Linneus. O. H. BuacKHAUT, Huntsrille. Wavlawd ft. Co., Roanoke. Trio. G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Perky, Penny't P. O. PewiLt Co., Cambridge. W. A. Winow, Marshall. O. H. HuiBi.a, Trenton. (t"" Postmasters generally are requested to act agent. (pgr All agents are requested to remit by mail whtherer they hava convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vie President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. raasiSENTiAt electors. 1st. District James O. Broadhead, Pike. 3d. do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1856

G LAS G O VV 1 W E E K'L Y T't M ElS V From the American Organ. FILLMORE. An-" Tht Lay eAe v ml Giptying." The " times that tried men's souls," boys, Have com around again ' . We mutt prepare for action, boyi, ' . With all our might and main, The noble men who led uf then, Have taught us what to do ) And for the glorious Union, We will be staunch and true, We will only need a leader. Like those who led before, And for the post before our host, Who'll fill it like Fillmore. Chords. Fill up, fill up the sparkling cup, lo one well tried before, Who firm and just, we well can trust, Fillmore Fillmore Fillmore. He held that post before, boys, And well that work, was done, And nobly did he win hit name " The second Washington ;" For when our good old Taylor died, He bravely took the helm, And through the storm that deeply tried, He steered the troubled realm. . To stem the waves unshrinkingly, His powers were firmly bent, 'Till all the nation joined to praise . ' The Model President." Cho...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1856

o T I 9 ' VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1856. NO. 26- . - .4 it TAI.UA OLE Finn Pop Sale or IX out. THAT well known Farm on the 8tate Roads leading from St. Louie to St. Joseph and Hannibal to the tatter place, about four miles East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. The subscriber being desirous of leaving Mis aouri for a milder climate, will sell low for cwh, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to aay to strangers coming to the coun try that it is' one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the -country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business,ho better can probably be found in the State. . - The farm consists of 258 Acres; 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced. There are three good Wells, besides plenty of stock water Possession giv...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1856

GLASGOW WEERL YTIM E S WAR IMANSAS! From the Leavenworth Journal, 17th. The Bloody Issue Begun! Up Sov . reignsl To your Duty! Patience has ceased to be a Virtue! -An express from Leoomton has just ar rived, bringing intelligence of the attack on Franklin by Lane's men, the locking of the town, robbery of the mail and destruction or the Tost Office. , j ; r : : v The alt nek was nude on the town late in the evening of Tuesday, by upwards of a hundred and fifty men. They attacked Judge Fain, and shot him in the shoulder. , They next otlcked the Post office, and af ter robbing it of its entire contents and com pletely gutting and setting fire to the house, treated in the most dastardly manner the Postmaster and his family Mr. Crain's en ergies as justice of the peace being the cause of the unheard, atrocities pcrpetiated npon him. They broke into their houses, which, after ransacking, they condemned to the flames, but, after a parley, agreed to spare them, if they (the citizens) would...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES Si!l"SiLJ!lJJ!-U!. THE GLASGOW TIMES. roBLiiniD crtHT tbomsbat MotiHinb at CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXTAniADLY-IX ADVANCE (fJT Subscriptions promptly discontinued tt the expiration of the time paid for.J . - ADYIBtTiE HTI Inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount tb Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed; at shor notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Pa tare it our ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. BoAaoMAit, Linnens. e. H. Burckhabt, Huntsville. . , Wati.and at Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Shasf, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. : Powcll Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. , . O. H. Hubhle, Trenton. (py Postmasters generally are requested to act as aeents. ... (jy All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President 1NDREW JACKSON DOJfELSON, of Tennessee. 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 6th, fltb. 7tb. 8tb....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1856

GL'A S GO W 'WEEKLY ! TIME S . ; r IMPUDE5CB. Wlit impudent qnetion art these? should an editor know? When a lady gets stalled in a gutter, That ran in a populous stmt, (Like a fly that is stranded in butter,) ; And has to uncover her feet As gently the calico lifts she, And gives it her graceful sweep, Is a "feller" to blame when he chances To give at her ancles a peep? Just to see if they're thick or they're thin, Mr. Editor, is it a sin? Or when a plump bosom is uncovered With delicate Honiton lace, ' Whose whiteness, like full-blooming lilies, .Contrasts with the rose on the face, like the artificial flower in flour, (If I may be allowed so to speak,) Should a feller be chucked if he's curious Within the lace meshes to peep? . Just to judge of the cotents within Mr. Editor is it a sin? How 1N06. J. M. CONVERS. 1SIMJ. ST. LOUIS fc ST. JOSEPH PACKET LINE, i IH THEsplendid snd fast passenger Stesm-kSmii?.ia- ' M. CONVERS. Gao. W. Bow man, Capt., will leave for the above and all int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1856

h VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MGjRNING, AUGUST 28, 1856. NO. 27. ; VALUABLE VAnn For Salo or nn.t. ' THAT well known Farm on the State f5 Ra('a leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph L and Hannibal to the latter place, about ' four milei East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty) Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the '. iate Jamei Herryford. . " - The siibaerltier beindlrsTroinTefleavIng Ml ouri for a milder climate, will sell low for eatk, ' or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the v country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic tusiness,no better can probably be found in the State. The farm consists of 258 Acres) 130 under cul (ivatiaa, aewly fenced. There are three good Wells, besides plenty of stock water Possession give im...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1856

GLASGOW" WEEK L Yr T I M E S Army la Knsai Instructions. 1 The following correspondence was .com municated to the Senate by the President last week, in reply le a resolution f the Senate requesting information to the na ture 'of certain instructions issued to milita ry officers in the Territory of Kansas: War Department, ) , Washington, February 15, 1656. J Sib: The President has, by a proclama tion, warned all persons combined for in surrection or invasive aggression against the organized Government of the Territory of Kansas or associated to resist the due ex ecution of the laws llieirin, to abstain from such revolutionary and lawless proceedings; end hns commanded them to disperse and retire peaceably to their respective abodes, on pain of being resisted by his w hole con stitutional power of the Government. If, therefore, the Governor of tho Terri tory, finding the ordinary course of judicial proceedings and the powers vested in the United Suites marshals inadequate for the supp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1856

G L A S G O W W E EKLY T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. rOILtSIICD EVERT THURSDAY MOHNIItO BT CLARK H. GREEK, AT ONE DOLLAR FER AdNNUM IWARIARLtf IWADTAWtE, 23" Subscription! promptly discontinued at the txpiration of the time paid for.3) ADVKRTISEMEH Tl Inserted at tbe usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiser!. JOB WORK, Of eyerjr description promptly executed at shor notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Palmk is our onrthorized Agent In New ' York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boardman, Linneus. G. H. BuacKHART, Huntsville. ' . ; Wayi-a nd & Co., Roanoke. Thos. i. Siiahp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny'i P. O. Powell ft Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. ' G. H. Hubble, Trenton. (y Postmasters generally are requatted to act as agents. ,'' A-ll agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. . presidential electors. 1st. District James ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES 3TThe following linen contain charming bit of auto-biography, told with exquisite grace. Old mint b the heart that not thrilled by the gentle rebuke, "so soft and clear:" From the Home Journal, KISSING. "The pie-nic's all behind us, Kate, 'Twill take them long to find us, Kate, Ther'ia world of bliss in a harmless kiss; And no one near to mind us, Kate." Her sweet face took ruddier hue, A hasty backward glance she threw; She did not speak, but on her cheek The crimson tint still richer grew. , Then mute she stood, with downcast eyes, As fair as nymph in maiden guise, Just then some evil disposed young devil My lips possessed by some surprise) And stole a kiss before I could Prevent the sauce-box, if I would; ' Why,. Barry Brake,how could you take Such liberties here in-tliis wood? . It's quite too bad! besides, how queer ' That we're alone together here! j Come let us go right well you know I'd rather have the others near." ' ' . " ? .' A glance gleamed from her...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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