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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 July 1857

VAX (ffSli ar -2 inrihrtmtt. ttfi.ii U 1 !s- ' : rr --C. s ' r i. .L.l njrg a v . , a CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ( ONE DOLLAR JPER I , INVARIABLY IN ADtAKCE. VOL. 18. GLASGb-7, T.r.0 . , THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1857. r' , . 21. rr($Iaspto Cimes. S7Sing1e copies of The Times, put up in Wrappers, can always be had it the office at five vents a copy. J58YearIy advertisers are restricted totheir legitimate business. Other advertisement! will be charged at regular ratea. (Jrpjo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. Byrhe charge for marriage. notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the Where editorial Notice ear advertisements egiMtejitjinllb WHO SHALL BE GOVERNOR! Letter from Judge Wood. In gratifying a general desire to see the following letter from the Hon. Win. T. Wood, former Judge of this circuit, Mr, Letcher requests to' soy in justice to the author that it was written...

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. — 23 July 1857

mil:. I Ma. $ I - - - ale fA GLASGOW ,SIVLJIT. , Oston, Swi 13, 1867. axr.t:M)il Jut Friday the candid 'overjibr addressed a larira Lim ber of iTieVitiasMis of Si. Clair' county, at tlx Cuttrt-house ttsjiis place. Mj. Rol lins led off in 4peah ul an hour and a half, and waiolluMM by Cpl. Stewart in answer oi two MouTsfule Mujor IhenJ poka in rejnlnui'rfor JIMf p.fr hour, and, few At ditstuHrtTvmarksJby each, the !,aile oloteuV J Ins w '- ll-ni? fojc our peoidn, ftc lli.e Iieard herei mik Mnj uidate for (he an icjerealine day ke Imd not-, fcafciU orLitoiinii wai a can o otficeKiiine veara too. The peopl"ere struck -witi a marked dttTereiica bsttyeea the cludidaus, not only in peronaUrfpnranee, btitalso in their mannerdffceu'jTie. Rollins was courteous.. 'Rtrfied an,1 gentlemanly, whilat Stewart w'aafijy ),ipr, low sd vulgar in many of his expressions, and by hrs shamefully indecent anecdotes, drove mea Irom him who would -,.othrwie have have supported him. -' Rol lins Uyt down hia pr...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 July 1857

L JW'SMUa IMM1, jm newsman .M.uiiii' GLASGOW WEEKLY T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. VBtISItCD tVtUT THURSDAY MORRtRO BY OLABK B. GREEK, v AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY I If ADVANCE, : tcjt Subscriptions promptly discontinued at lh expiration of the time paid f or,J - A D T.I It TiTe Kt K H t laierted at the usual rates. A liberaldiseount to Yearly Advertiiera. JOB WOKK, f every description promptly executed at ihort notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. PAi.Mcaia our ourthorized Agent in New York, Boiton, and Philadelphia. C. BoAanMAH, Linneus. O. H. BiacKHART, Huntsville. Wayland Co., Roanoke. Tiios. O. Shasp, Bloomington. J. II. Penny, Penny's P. I). . Powell 4. Co., Cambridge. ' : . W. A. Wilsok, Marshall. O. If. Hobble, Trenton. Postmasters0'enerally are requested to act aeents. ff" All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. - GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thuriday Morning, July 23, 1857. Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 July 1857

G L A S G O W WEEK L'Y ' ' T fM E 8'. 1 ?! v H 4 OITE DIG A LOTIKQ HEART. ' BEATRICC. Give ma a loving heart 1 ' ' Tia better fir then f m ; WV-.B h at beit fleeting thin;, In breathing of a nam. For laurela gathered fresh and green j When flowers in beauty bloom, When bound around a mortal brow Soon wither in the tomb. Give me a loving heaat.' More precious far than gold ; Or all the weelth that India boasts. Yea, India's wealth twice told. For what are gold or pearls, Or kingly diadems, ; Compared with one true loving heart, The purest of earth's gems. j Give me a loving heart I , ' . j To cheer me on my way, Thro1 this dark world of sin and pain, To one of endless day, For not can calm the troubled breast, Or holier balm impart, To the life-weary pilgrim here, Than on true loving heart. The Eon Charm The horsa easter is a wart, of excres cence which grows on every horse's fore leg, and sometimes on his hind legs. It has a peculiar rank, musty smell, and easily pull ed off. This a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 July 1857

1 ' 31 Oft I .; ,; v - .- untie CLARK II. GREEN, fiDITOtt AND PROPRIETOR ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1857. NO. 22. it ' ' BOLLIKS AND STEWART. ' ' ; For the "Glasgow Times." , -..' , IlCBEPKKDINCE, July 18,1857. Editor Times Dear Sir: I propose fur nishing you a few items louohing the can vase fof Governor in this section: ' The joint appointments of the two eandid tei closed at Lone Jack, in this county, on the 16th, and after Rollins had made his ap pointment for Kansas City last night, it was , Tha, negroe9 werp n,t maJe to bo sold and bought announced tliat Stewart would speak here flint an owner of Slaves is not yuitona level COL. STEWAItT. BV PASquiN. Hurra for Bob Stewart! he was born I avow , Down East in the land of "I gntst so" and khow But then what of that) sure the place of his birth Has nothing to do with one voting, on earth. No more than if Robert had first seen the light In the land where the peopl...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 July 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. Movement of Gen. Walker A Future for Hicaraguk. Walker arrived at New Orlean on (he 14th, pmsing on hit way thither through Alabama, the citizens or which Slate are actively engaged in furthering hit cause.- The following article from the New Orleans Time teems to be a foreshadowing of events that may transpire on his second advent on the field of his late exploits: It would appear from the insane rejoicing orthe Costa Kicnns ana Uuatemalaus, and other mongrel races, at the departure of Gen. Walker from Nicaragua, that Ihey pre sumed the country would henceforth be gvien up to their savage rule. These people are laboring under very false impressions. Commander Davie, of the sloop-of-war St. Mary's is not a type of the American citi zen Hia conduct toward the Tresident of Nicaragua will, we trust, ere long, undergo a strict investigation, and if it he proved that he allowed his prejudices against the South to usurp his judgement, he should be reprimanded. We tho...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 July 1857

V G L A S G 6 W W E E R L Y T I M lS V TIIEJGLASGTIMES. IDItllBiO VY THURSDAY MOnHlBO BT CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM I3VARIABL.Y IN ADVANCE, tySubtcriptionsnromplty discontinued et the expiration or. ins uintfiuii.jt inVHTtltMIXTI Inserted at th usual rate. A liberal diicount to Yearly Advertiser. JOB WOHK, v' ,'. if every description promptly executed at short V. B. Palmer is out ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, snd I'hilattelpnia. C. Boakdmak, Linneus. O. H. BvacKHAar, Huntsville. ; Wavland V. Co., Roanoke. Tho. Q. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Pikky, Penny's P. O. Powell A Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilsoh, Marshall, fj TT. Hnnnt.I. Trenton. JPostmastersgenerally are requested to act (jgp" All agents tire requested to remit by mail whenever mey nave convenient ainuums. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. T.riay Mornlp?, Jnly 30, 1857. Look for the X A oross (thus X) Immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for lias ex pired. JAMES FOR CONG J. M. i for a f 3 OVERSOR, ROLL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 July 1857

The Bom ! all the World. . t J , il '.. I ,. . .,.;) w,; IV OESALD kiHiy, , , All In eur m arnage garden . Urew smiling up to God, ....'., , , A bonnir flower than ever, Buck'd the green warmth of the sod.. O beautifully unfathomabfy Its little life unfurled! ' ' , . Life's crevn of sweetness wii our wee y White Rote of all she world. ". From uut t gracious bosom, , ., , OjT bud of beauty grew; Jt fed on smiles for sunshine, , i t 'And tears for dantier dew. r Aye nestling warm and tenderly, Otir leavei of lore were curled ' ' " So close tni close about our wee ' ' White Bose of all the world. 1 - Two flowers of glorious crimson Grew with onr Rose of light j Still kept the heaven-grafted slip, Her whiteness saintly white. I' the wind of life they danced with glee, And reddened as they whirled; , White, white and wondrous crew our wee White Rose of all the world.. . -, , frith mysticnl faint fragrance, ' ' Our home of life she tilled ' -Revealed each hour some fairy tower, Whose wing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 August 1857

.m!J...mm!j CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1857. NO. 23. p. 1 . 14 1 i Cjje (ilasgoto Cimes. (Single conies of The Times, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office at five cents a copy. (jy Yearly advertisers are restricted totheir legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. . UJNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. ty The charge for marriage notices is left to the ioridegrooin, and will be acknoledged in the paper. HT Where editorial notice of advertisements . requested, it willbe given and charged for. PARTHIAN ARROWS, Not launched in time, to make their mark, in the first emission of Censoria Licloria, revised and enlarged. ... . "don't know what it all means." , Well, it really is deplorable, the way people do misapply their relative pronouns. There, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 August 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES TEE NEW BANKS. To the Editor of ihe Republican: Em: I have given attention to several of your editorials in relation to the organiza tion and propecta of the new small Hunks. You think their course is clear, and that certain success and prosperity awaits them. 1 entertain a different opinion. The state of the country, and trade, indicates caution, and those who think otherwise will proba bly be mistaken. There is, in this State, a well settled hostility to all paper monty, fact well known to all, having many monied transac tions with the people. The old Bank of Missouri, with a good standing of near twenty years, is not above suspicion. Many parties, in all portions of the State, refuse its paper, and all paper. While in flating his gold humbug, Col. Benton crea ted and sustained a party feeling against iht circulation of paper money for commercial purposes, and although abandoned as one of the political frauds of the day, the fact must be admitted, and consider...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 August 1857

GLASG O W VV E E K L Y T J M 1 THE GLASGOW TIMES, VBLISHtD IVCRY THURSDAY MOnBlBO BY CLAEK H. QEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IVTAR1ABLY IW-ADYANCE, I7Subscriptionspromptly discontinued at the expiration of tht lime paid f or.fl A0TTl7llimIi Inserted at the usual rates. Aliberaldiscountto Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORE, tf tvary description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terma. V. B. Palis t a is our ourthoriied Agent In new York, Bston, and Philadelphia. C. Boabdmak, Linneus. O. H. Bcrcbhabt, Huntsville. Watlako A Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. SHAr, Bloomington. J. H. Pckny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wiliok, Manhall. O. H. Hubble, Trenton. gyPostmastcrsgenerally are requited to act e agents. jy All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounti. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Horning, August 6, 1857. look for the X A croii (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid Tor hat ex pired. j The Kew Banks. . ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 August 1857

Y 3 I. :.J h c LIST OF PREMIUMS' ' 1 L To Awarded on the Fair Groundt in Fayette, on Tvttday, Wednesday, Thurs day and Frtday, Iht f . . . : SJd, 33d, 31th nil S3lh days of SEPTEMBER, 1847. First I ry. rUDtTS AND flow i as. flasket best grapes, I 1 00 Half bushel best Apples, 100 do do Peaches, 1 00 do do Pears, 1 00 One dozen Quinces, 1 00 One quart best Sweet Pickles, 1 00 One quart best Cucumber Pickles, 1 00 Preserves, best variety not less than ,. . 4 kinds, nor less tnan 1 quart of each variety, in quart jars, Jelly, best variety, not less than four kinds in pint jars, 'Handsomest boquet of natural flowers, VEGETABLES Irish Potatoes, half bushel best, . Sweet Potatoes, half bushel best, Tomatoes, half dozen, Cabbage, do do, Beets do do, Onions, do do, 1 DAIRY, ETC. Cheese, not less than 10 pounds, Butter, 2 pounds, Cooked Ham, Loaf Light Bread, Loaf Corn Ureal, Pound Cake, white, GRAIN, ETC Wheat, one bushel, Oats, one bushel, Corn for bread, one hundred ears, Corn for stork, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 August 1857

-W..JUUMLBlB.!ll 111'., "Mil. B'."L'tllliJ .'. -J'. 'J l?'. IJLRiB' .!'.;; . .L. . j&Sji J ' ' J.J ! i,..i , ..,.,. j SSW. r'V jWttWgMjWyyMWWWMM Will rKJOM I -Ml. iJll -mmT?mmmlmm'm?,m'mmm CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. (ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1857. NO. 24. t (ilaspto Chitcs, (jtySingle copies of The Times, put up in cents a copy 'wrappers, can always be had at the office at five (KYearlv advertisers are restricted totheir legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. BNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. (tSTThe charge for marriage notices is left to (lie bridegroom, and will be acknolcdged in the paper, J"Wher editorial notice of advertisements ( requested, it willbe given and charged for. Suootino Arrant. On Monday evening last a (hooting affair occurred in Macon county, a short dista...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 August 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. 9 Missouri Colooizttioii 8ociety. AVKVAl C1RCOL1B. Dear 9i: Prompted by sentiment of humanity, nd a desire to promote the eleva tion end happiness of our race, which we trust will meet with a response in your own bosom, we addrasi to you this Circu lar, in which we would urge your atten tion to the claims of the Colonization cause, and awaken in your mind an interest in a subject well worthy of it; such an interest as may lead to active efforts to promote this good cause, by the contribution of material aid, and the exertion of your influence in its favor. It is hardly necessary to enter into a de tail of the objects aimed at by the friends of Colonization, and the benefits to be derived by its successful prosecution: these have been presented to you again and again, with such olear light and urgent appeal as intel lect, learning am eloquence migni give. It is an important object. The elevation and happiness of millions of our race depend upon it. t or it is no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 August 1857

ii I milium ii i in ii urn a iimu imii mi n 1 1 GLASGOW WEE K L Y T I M E S 4 I SBBLISHED EVERT THUBSDAY HORRIltO T CLARK H. GREEN", AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, JS' Subscriptions promptly discontinued at tbe expiration of the time paid f or. J ADVERTISEMENTS (nitrtad at the uaual rates. A llberaldiscount to a Yearly Advertiaers. JOB WORK, f every deacription promptly executed at (hort notice, on reasonable terma. Z iCuis'ti'T'ir. 1 V. B. PALHiaiaour ourthorized Agent In New York,Boston,-md Philadelphia. C. Boakdmait, Linneua. O. H. BaacKHARt, Huntaville. Watland 4. Co., Roanoke. THoa. O. Sharp, Blooroington. J. H. Penny, Penny'a P. O. Powell k. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hubble, Trenton. QTPoatmastersgenerally are requested to act a agents. (py All agents are requested to remit by mail wneneverioey nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, August 13, 1857. Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 August 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES LIST OF PREMIUMS To he Awarded on Vie Fair Ground in Fayette, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day and Frtday, the 23d, 33d, 2Kb and 93tli day of SEPTEMBER, 157. First IDcvy ruiT akd riowm. ftatket best crap!", Half bushel best Apples, do do Peaches, do do Petri, One doxen Quince, One quart best Sweet Pickles. One quart best Cucumber Pickles, Preserves, best variety not less than 4 kinds, nor less than 1 quart of each variety, in quart jars, Jelly, best variety, not less than four kinds in pint jars, Handsomest boquet of natural 8owers, VEGETABLES. risli Potatoes, half bushel best, weet Potatoes, half bushel best, tomatoes, half dozen, Tabbage, do do, Beets do do, Onions, do do, PAIHY, ETC. Cheese, not less than 10 pounds, Butter, 2 pounds, Cooked Ham, Loaf Light Bread, Loaf Corn firea l, Peund Cake, white, GRAIN, ETC. Wheat, one bushel, Oats, one bushel, Corn for bread, one hundred ears, Corn for stock, do do do, Flour, barrel Missouri made, Watermellons, not less ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 August 1857

" ) ' e- r in ftcl' 1 CJuARtf II." GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. it womb; mid V I- '-.HV -I'. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM ? INVARIABLY IN ADVAXTE. j VOL; 18. r.- . GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1857. NO. 25. Cfet Oil a$g0fo - : ChttCS (tySmglo conies of Thb Times, put np in wrappera, cn always be had at the office at five entsa copy. . (Tf early advertisers are restricted totheir egitimate business. Other advertisements will la charged at regular rates. (No charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary oticea to he paid in advance. (jyrhe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. jywhr editorial notice of advertisements 1 requested, it willbe given and charged for. Silve Plate Presentation State Tobacco Warehouse. The following proceedings were had Sat urday morning, at the State Tobacco Ware house. On the assembling of the buyers at the hour Tor the regular tobacco sales, Col, F. P. Chil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 August 1857

GLASGOW WEEKL Y T I.MES XJ Proa lb Baltimore Bun. AnarjcsB IxtravftgaM. The authorise of th "Three F.nperi nentt in Living," hat not only eonlributtd k rkling gem to our native literature, but bat taught be countrymen aleiion in econ omy and morals most appropriate to the times, and, if observed, most salutary in its bearings on all the relations of life. There is bo period of any continuance, in which we do not bear the cry of "hard tiroes." What should make the times hard in such a oountrg as turt? Nothing, surely but fa mine, and that is a scourge which Divine Providence baa hitherto snared us. There baa been a remarkable succession of abund ant orops, running back over a long series of years. And yet our ears are greeted with tbt cry of hard times. What has our young and vigorous country to do but pro vide for its wants? We hare the cheapest government that was ever maintained. We have no dangerous and powerful neigh bors to compel us to squander millions in , fortifying an exte...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 August 1857

K3H2 mwrmnmjiM jswawwaaajaaiaiiiiMfci.Jg GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. SftLISnst) lvaT fat SB SB AT 01 at CLARK K.'OEIII. AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM lit TARIABLT 1W ADTAa.CE, J3T subscriptions promptly discontinued at to expiration or in time paia ior.j ADTS&TlTxiCXVTI ' lasarssj at th usual rates. AliheraldUcottntto Yearly Advertisers, .f svry description promptly executed t ihort V. B. Palmes ii our ourthoriied Agent in New Tork,B,ton,nd rntiadeipnia. C. Boabdsiah, Linneur. O. H. Bobckhabt, Htintsville. Watiamd at Co., Roanoke. Tho. O. Shap, Bloomington, J. H. Pamrv, Penny's P. O. Powill Jc Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. 1 II . T, . IPostonsters.renerally ire requested to act the State at large, will have no cause to re. e ae-enrs. k .. trot the choice that hat Deen maue, II 9m All anl 4itil fcA Iait Ia vctm it k m ft I I I aunoiiu H vHnto.. sw a w.a y; LATEST NEWS. ! The following contain the latest newt we hate from the gubernatorial election, which thaws e d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 August 1857

v vi ;i .T.TV"","-V-' ' f"'Jl -m.M.aMU.'j'j iw.'MU'Jimuii .mt. mtA Jul ' mlijmt.. ..uTSMfi uiu15iART,v i:; .KEW.'FURNITUUE. STORE r J ' i J. W. , WHITE'S ;. , I .;.: r "lUS '??of he.n- K.Trs-K. .,!... Mn... HRTCAT VARIETY' STORE., I I of mh which r. offer. . ..le She ga m her heart when th spring blossoms .. . cam, , .t , . , Herself but the had of a (lower, 1 spoke of' tweet built that had died on the stem: ' She gar me her heart in the bswer. . She tang of her love when the soft tunny ray Enlivened itt holier fire; . 1 told her of sadness, in love's tweetelt lay She gave ma-ber heart at the lyre. ., I found her still trusting whatever deceives, That hectic, when autumn was nearj -I tpok of bright hopes that would fade like the leaves She gave me her heart with a tear. The wild winds of winter, the sound of alieu, Repressed er the whisper wa o'eri t spoke of a world for the constant and true She gave me her heart never more. - ' SOMEBODY. ' Somebody1! courting tomebecly, , ' Somewh...

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