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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 August 1857

"BJgLlJUs.HL.L. U f'JP'JE.'ll1"!" ,' M ,I '.I f v I 'i ! . . - - naa-afJHSV - ... Ik M - . ... . . V m "m- a 1 'nw .AX t - . . : - CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR '3 s s" taJ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL, 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, -AUGUST 27, 1857. NO. 26. (fjySingle copies of The Times, put up in wrappers, can always be hod at the office at Ave cents a copy. Yearly advertisers are restricted to their egilimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. ("jr"No charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. JJThe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. (p5 Where editorial notice of advertisements requested, it willbe given and charged for,. 4 i I 1 THE TORY MASSACRES. BY RICHARD EVERETT. A little more than a year ago last winter, we made a tour through the Southern Stales, and in the course of our rambles...

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. — 27 August 1857

GLASGOW WEEK L Y T I M E S Booth Carolina Denounces Walker and Buchanan. . f incendiary ProclamationThe A a i tonal Dtmocracy dmouncti as Fret Soil. Hon. Mr. Keitt.thepet Representative of South Carolina, in Congress, writes a long letter to his people, literally skinning alive Gov. Walker and Pres't Buchanan. Hear some of his talk: Has the present Administration fairly carried out the provisions of the Kansas Nebraska bill? have they secured fair play between the North and the South? The first act was the appointment as Governor of Kansas, of a man of broken fortunes and sullied name; . a needy adventurer, who traded upon tbe sincerity of the South, and stole into her confidence through deceitful professions. What was his first act? To debauch Kansas from allegianoe to the South, and deliver her into the hands of Free-soil fanatics. To say that the cause f the South was lost in Kansas prior to the appointment of Walker, lis to paliate fraud by falsehood. A plain statement of facta ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 August 1857

i GLASGOW WE E K J, THE GLASGOW TIMES. fflLtSHID BvAY THOE1DAT MOftKllia Y CLARK E. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY 111 ADVANCE, JOT Subscnptlonspromptly discontinued at tn expiration ol in iimtpnaior. lai rta tt the utul rates. A Uberaldlseount to Ytvljr AdrrtiM. .. JOBWOIIK, f svarv dsscriotion promptly executed t (bort uotice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Pa t.M ii U our ourthorlsed Agent in Now ror,lf i(on,ana rniiaaeipnia. C. Boaidma, Linneus. O. H. Bochat, HuntsviUe. Ws, viand Ii Co., Roanoke. Thoo. O. Sharp, Bloomington. - J. H. Penwt, Penny's P. O. Powell A Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hubblb, Trenton. - gjrPoatmasteragencrally are requested to act agents. gy All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they hare convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, August 27, 1857. Governor! Election. By rererenoe to our table it will be seen Col. Stewart is elected Governor by a very mall majority, All the counties hive been officially hear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 August 1857

GLASGOW WEEK L Y ' T I At E S . ,. . From tht Louiivills Journal. ,1 AH WEARY -LEI ME KE3T. s. : IT WM. . BRAKAM. : 1:... . ,-'..-.. ,.. , . . I tm miry let me rest , . . Lisped an infant to it mother - 81eep, injr darling, on my Breast, A Thou wilt never know another . , , Who will Mothe tliy throbbing brow, ' - Loving thee, as I Jo now. I sm weary let me rest, - . - Sighed the honest ton of labor; . Toil has been my constant rw, Pleasure shuns my brawny arms; , For me there's pine or tabor, Wooing with their sweet alarms.' v I am. weary let me rest, , . - ' Cried the votary of ambition) ' Wherefore am I thus unblest, .,, i- i Wherefore comes the haunting vision Thrilling hearts with thoughts of fame? Life has been a hopeless mission, . Futile as a feeble flame. 1 am weary let me rest, Wept a fair and hapless maiden; With tit's burden I'm opprest, - With foul wrongs am overladen; I would seek that unknown shore In the dim and distant aidenn, There to rest forevermore. Louisville, J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 September 1857

s-.l ... V I j-n-it. jjt.tti I .. . -i-L.-Ul-J.L..lL.H.. Ml,-. ...(.": 4 . J i , CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR i '3 ibultjjml mm mmML mrmxmii VOL.-18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1857. Chncs.. f5"3ingle colics of The Times.- put tip in wrappers, cau always be hud ut the oilice at five cents a copy. . . (Ycarly advertisers are restricted to tlioir egitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. . - ,-t; fpNo charpe for inserting deaths, but fifty coins per square will bo charged for obituary netices to ho poM in advance. . , JSfThe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknolcdged in the paper. Where editorial notice of advertiscmenls requested, it will be given and charged for. From the New York Herald, 2lst. THE EVENT OF THE AGE. THE ATLANTIC CABLE. Telegraphic Union of the Old and JVeto Worlds The First Cable ever constructed --The. Telegraphic Squadron Sketches of . the Savan$ and .Officers hngaged m...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 September 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES Ffs tht Charleston, 8. C., Mercury. publish in our columns, to-day, a letter from Col. Alpheus Duker, enclosing extracts from letter he hit received Irom General. We commend these letters to the careful peruse! ef our readers. They will see that the assertion so widely circu lated throughout the South, that the pro slavery party in Kansas had given up the contest to make Kansas a Slave State, is a mere falsehood. We argued as much, as ur column will (how, from the faot them Ives, as far as they were disclosed. Thank God, Kansas i not yet lost all the lie to the contrary notwithstanding, Evthvii, Ala., August 1, 1857. To th Editor of tht Charleston Mercury: GtitTi.tMtn: I received thi morning, from Gen. Atchison, letters from which 1 make for publication t he following extracts, ehedJing light upon the real position and hopes of Southern men in Kansas, refuting the dander now widely circulated, that our leaders there have abandoned the struggle for the right of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 September 1857

GLASGJ 0 W WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW. TIMES. SOILISBtD XYSRT THURSDAY M0RHIHO IT CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM . IXTAIUADLY lit ADVANCE, t&F Subscriptions promptly discontinued t to , expiration Of tht time paid f or.J AOTIKTIIIXIWTt (alerted1 at the usual rates. A liberaldlscount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WOIIK, tf erery description promptly executed at short nonce, on reasonaDie terms. V. B. Palm cats our ourthorized Agent in New lorn, u ,ion,ma rnnaaeipnis, C. Boardmah, Linnens. O. II. Bubckhart, Huntiville . Waylard Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Perry, Penny's P. O. Powell fc Co., Cambridge, ' W. A. Wilsor, Marshall. ' ' O. H. Hobrli. Trenton. ,-. QSTPostmaatersgenerally art requested to aet a aeents. SS" All agants ire requested to remit by mail woenever may nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Eorillng, Sept. 3, 18S7. Look for the X- A cross (thus X) immndiately before the name, signifies that the -time paid for has ex pired. Ho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 September 1857

1 wa)iiaiujgM.jiM ,11 iU'iu K-ji.it 1 llIILIUl.JJJIJJIM'J.tWJlW'JJ irs1 GL A S G O W WE EK L Y T I ME S from iht Baltimore Patriot, August lSs ETAODIlT SoBOtCAt CaSB A DllSX TAVt.lWO FoOBTIEtt YtARt tiihocoh A Maw's Sevm.. -W met with the most interesting case this morning which has occured in our experience Tor a long lime. We wer introduced to a gentlemen, who gave ua a prnoticial exemplification of the wonderful. Fourteen or fifteen years ago. lit stated that he was passing ' down Balti uior street, late at night, during a heavy now storm, when he met, near Fredrick street, three men and a woman. He gave them the way, but being violently jostled by one or them, he upbraided them somewhat sharply, when they attacked him. Being a powerfnl man, standing about six feet in his shoes, he soon laid two of them hart de com bat, end chased the other to the opposite side of the street, where ho ' felled him to the ground and where, leaning over him, he re ceived a blow in theleftlemple, wh...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 September 1857

(11 j$ ;. r.-..V ---i-. i;. ,.. A - I .,,- BBfc.- - I II u u ' '.I v,i -lw ifjt i -'' ... ef 'I 1 vXSgy ' ,f,i" H if 111 r''! : ' .-' V?- :. i. : Ky, 'r::::;'-r"'::;-'- VOL.18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1857. Nofsi J; J; 4 i $9"Smgle copiea of Thk Tikes, put up in ' -wrapper!, can always be had at the office at Ave cants a copy. Yearly advertisers are restricted totheir egilimate business. Other advertisements will tehart;ed at regular rates. tTNo charge or inserting deaths, but fifty tents per square will be charged for obituary tice to he paid in advance- '55 The charge for marriage 'notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoJedged in the paper. Where editorial notice of advertisements I requested, it willbe given and charged for. From the Columbia Statesman. -Political Partial in Missouri and the Union What of the Futprel1 Now that the smoke of the recent gub ernatorial battle hos cleared away, and the result declared, conservative, 4 reflecting mn o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 September 1857

GLASGOW. WEEKLY TIMES LAWS OTTH TOWN OF CAMBRIDGE. Ounsunca Ho. II. jt tr JMaat in reiatiea to All itmmon. IV MJaloea theboaid oT Trasteea of the Teem of Cambridge M folVmti f t. That any ftrn or nor persons who shall aaaembl) logctrwr within tha Town of Cambridge, with Intent to do any oojawfnl act, with fore or violence against th persoa or property of any individual, being lawfully assembled, ahull a rM with each other to do any unlawful act aa a foresaid, ami ahall aukt any movements or pre paration therefor by words or signs, ahall be deemed gallty of misdemeanor. t . AW person who ahall wilfully disturb the pet.ee and' quiet of any neighborhood, prime family, or person, within the Town of Cambridge, by loud and nniHual none, by blowing home or other Instrument! or by the rattling of belli, or any other aoisy Instruments, or hallooing with loud and boiaterons lauehine. or br Profane and endecent language, by threatening, cursing, chal lenging, assaulting or striking any person,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 September 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES Tp GLASGOW TIMES. VBLISBtft tTEIT TBCHDAT Motl T GLABK H. OESBS, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM tlTTARIABLT I ADTAIICE, 1ST Suhriplloni promptly discontinued at the luun 01 io nm paidfor.B uwenea at the usual rates. A liberaldiscount to I early Advertisers. Job work. J erery dcrlptlon promptly executed t ihort r. - r ... "u"ole wrms. r'v' "r ourthorized Agent in New ----"", uu rmiaaeipnia. C. Boa a dm a if, Linneui. O. H. Bokkiiabt, Huntsvilla. Wayiad Co., Roanoke. Thos G. 6haf, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. w Co., Cambridge. A. Wilsow, Marshall. - O H. HOBBLE. Truntnn iPostmaatersgeneraily are requested to set agents. .. ISA-U agants art requested to remit by mail GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Sept. 10, 1857. Look for the X A orof (thui X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid Tor he ex pired. " Vo One Omitted. All persons indebted to this office, are respectfully requested to come forward and Ioee their accounts, without delay. Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 September 1857

i r- --VW"i- ! G L A S G O VV ; W E E K L Y r Tfl M E S v 4 no TIG. I wondered jr the brook tide, 1 wandertd by the mill, I could not hear the brook flow, . The noisy wheel wm Mill . . There wa no whir ot grasshopper. No chirp of nv blfld, ' But the beating of my own heart Was all tbe sound I heard. - ' ' ' -; - i x 'C, ' I sat beneath the elm tree, . I watched the long, Ion shade, ; And as it pew still longer, , ; 1 did not feel afraid: For I listened for a footfall . I listened for a word, But the beating of my own heart Was all the sound l beard. ' " He eame not no, lie came sot . . The night eame on alone, ' The little stars sat one by one, Each on his golden throncj The evening air passed by my cheek, The leaves above me stirred, But the beating of my own heart Was ell the sound I heard. ., . Fast silent teari were flowing,1 " ". When something stood behind, , A hand was on my shoulder knew its touch was kind; -. II drew me nearer nearer " We did not speak a word, But the beati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 September 1857

t4 CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 9 (ONE DOLLAR TER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1857. NO. 29. Cjje (glasfloto Sinus, JSingle copies of Thk Times, put up in wrappers, can always be bad at the office at five cents a copy. JYenrly advertisers are restricted tothcir egitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. HTKo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. t jyrhe charge for marriage notices is left "to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledgcd in the paper. . (H Where editorial notice of advertisements s requesiea, u win oe given aim i-uai geu ivi. President Buchanan's Response to Prof. . Sillman and others. To bis Excellency James Buchasak, Pkesidekt or the United States. The undersigned, citizens of the United States, and electors of the State of Connec (icut, respectfully offer to your Excellency tlits their Memorial: T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 September 1857

G-LASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. Benefits of Agricultural Fain. No fact it nor apparent to tbt reflect ing mind, than the immense benefits Agri cultural Fain have contributed to our ma terial prosperity. They have contributed mora to our vigorous griwlh at a nation than all the gold California can pour into the country for ages. They have awaken ed a spirit of inquiry in the breasts of thou sands, who have elaborated and made known their experience to the world through the Agricultural Press contributing their ex periments to the general stock of informa tion (which at best is made up of atoms) garnered together, a rich legacy of facts, troin which the principles of Truth shall be dsdiiood by the hand of the future historian. Alillhit has been done quietly. The silent step of agricultural progress has not been noticed by the world aa it should have been for the simple reasen that it took time to nurture in man the high obligation he owed to his Maker, hie country, and himself, to so use and d...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 September 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES TJIimASGOOiMIS. UlllllltOimi THURSDAY MOBKtKB T CLARK H. QEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXTARLiBLY IX ADYAtfCE, Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the , expiratioa or to tim paid ror..g: A S T X B TlTx MIHII Inserted at the tisual rates. Aliberaldiscoiwtto Yearly Advertisers. job worm, X ever j daicriptlon promptly executed at ihort notice, on reasonable terms. B. PALKOisour ourthorized Agent inN'ew iorK,iosion,ana rnuaaeipnia. C. BoAaoum, Linneua. G. H. BoacKHAar, Huntaville. Watiaud & Co., Roanoke. Tnoa. O. Sharp, Bleomineton. i. H. Pinky, Penny's P. O. PowtLt, Co., Cambridge. W. A- WtLSow, Marshall. O. H. Hobble. Trenton. (fyPjstmastorsgenerally are requested to act I a rente. All agent are requested to remit by mail wnenever tney nave convenient amounta. GLASGOWJHSSOURI. Thursday Morning, Sept. 17, 1857. . Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the lime paid for has ex pired. No One Omitted. All persons indebted t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 September 1857

o i I 4- J .- G L A S G O W V K K i; Y" ' T 1 ft K S he's corns o. lb-' coming, the blushing roses . . Whisper it low to me, Atvl the starlight hastens with it, Ortr the twilight tea. AH trembling tbt tephyrt tell me, . . On lijrbl wing hurrying past, And my own heart quickly beating , Coming, toning , it last. The soft-hpped waves of tht ocean. Gathering at my feet, Breeze borne from tht coral island, Murmur tht tecret tweet. There1! not a dew-steeped blossom, . Or glistening orange tree, But turneth its leaves glee-laden To breathe thi joy "to me. List! that is the found o( rowing Stealing along the air. I muit gather around my templet Thit weight of braided hair) And trust to the growing darkness, And evening shadows dim, To hide with their wings the traces Of tears I have shed for him. FitthionaMe Amusement. Wont folly tht "young man of fashion" displays; To what childish pursuits he is willing to stoop From morning till evening, he finds now-a-days, No better amusement than cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 September 1857

if s time VOL.18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1857. NO. 30- Si 1! n V 1 ; 11 ii jySingle eoplea .of Thk Times, put up In wrappers, can always be had at th office at fire canti a copy. Yearly advertisers are restricted tothelr eg-Ilimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. jyNo charge for Inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. Where editorial notice of advertisements S requested, it win oe given ana cimrgcu ii .1 '. From the Palmyra Sentinel. .-, Hew Tarty. Soma two r three of our exchange! are beginning to agitate the subject of a consoll dation of the Americans, Benton-men and Old Line Whigs, and the formation of a tins eartv under the nave of the " Union Democratic parly." As the editor of an American paper, in the Banner District of the State, we wish, in all candor and wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 September 1857

GL A S GO W WEEKLY) . Ti'l M E S kcrw York Gambling Bouses. ' From the tricks and Traps of JVc York Citf. forming Yo. 1 of Br award's Half. Dim Hand Book just published. We have said that it was not possible to f.iin edmittaiiee ta the upper Gambling Hello without an introduction ihii i true Fifth Avenue itself Is not half 10 exclu sive. And w'ny U this? Think you, my simple friends, it it because their proprietor fer the police? Why, kt mailer ef pride and assurance, Pat Heine would at any time bet (he Astor Houso (he ii rich enough to buy it,) against an apple woman' stand, that he could not be hul up for a tingle evening. No, my good friend, if you knew who own the building where these Helli are kept; who patronize them, and who are patronised by their keeper, you would be well atisfi. ed that no law except "black-mail" law, can affect them. Not it i to keep out the falh er,broUier and friend of victim in course of being fleeced; to prevent the honest mer chant from eeing what hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 September 1857

G.L A S GO W. W E EK L Y T IME S THE GLASGOW TIMES, ItflltlAtO tVCBT THORSDAT K0"IO T 01 ABE H. GASES, AST ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IJfTAIUABLY IJT APTASCE, tiiubtoripWoni promptly discontinued at the expiration ot im nat peia lor.eJ 1BT11III1IIIII leserte at tb usual rates. A liberaldlseonnt to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, f every description promptly executed t short nonce, on reasonuiw wruiB. T. B, pALMinisour onrthorized Agent in New Trk,BiKon,inl rnuaaeipnia. C. Boaroma, Linnens. O. H. Buckhat, Huntsville. Waylahd A Co., Roanoke, n Tnoe. Q. Sharp, Bloomington. J..H. Pewwv, Penny'! P. O. Powell A Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilioit, Marshall. O. H. Hobble. Trenton. Postmajtersjenerally are requested to act aeents. JgjrA.ll agenti are requested to remit by mail whenever tney nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW , MISSOURI. Thursday Morning:, Sept 24, 1857. Look for the X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has ex pired. PUBLIC SPEAKING. JAMES B. QAR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 September 1857

,.00 a: ti-. v. 11 ll'H'U i '.'1 i GL'A'S G O W i WE E R L Y T IMS' 3- cftfc Tij'i t!f:.V.iU . tkxuj wtn Foti all nr tarns.,. T riHUT 10HHS01S. ! V Should clouds or sorrow riot, t. .1 iAi shadow e'ar us flittf . V? A Jt And hopes Ihit one have taken root Die in their early spring; ..Should every joy and bliss of life . t 5 Fade like the buet of even; We still have thia tolace left There's rest for all in Heaven. - - - t - If life's pathway should seem to us A dull and beaten track, And all our deep and holy love. By grief be driven back; If we are like the wearied dove, O, let aa raise enr eyes above , There's rest for all In heaven. - ' ' 1 Should sickness pale the rosy chech, 1 And dim the radiant eye, ' ' " And every pulse that faintly throbs Tell of time to die, 0, then indeed unto the world 1 . Our thoughts should not be given, for we must r e'er forget the truth . There's reat for all in heaven. . , , ,.-- jNEW FURNITURE STORE 1 ENTIRE NEW STOCK ! . . MAJOR.,,:- ; ( . .. fc.t,...

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