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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 October 1857

1 I Kill . I I II CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 18. 3 flsaoiiia m mil omuii. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER. 1, 1857. NO. 31. r t ilaspfo Cimes. ("Single conies of The' Times, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office at live cent a copy. ("Yearly advertisers are restricted totheir egitiinate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. ; (j?"No charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cenU per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. . JS'The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be ncknolcdged in the paper. (TWhere editorial notice of advertisements s requested, it will be given and charged for. From the Missouri Republican. The Election of Got. Stewart Its causes and Publio Consequences The Pro Slavery and Anti-Slavery Parties in Missouri Necessity of a Third Party to Restore Peace Re organization of the Whig Party. Well, Mr. Stewart ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 October 1857

AWARD 07 PREMIUMS. 1 Eg the Howard Courtly Mechaniral Asio tiation, allhtir Third Annual Fair, held September, 22d, 23rd, 24M, and J25M 1857. ' P, JFIrmt Day. V.,-;.! rmsiTt At rLoittai. Grapes, prem.Mrj. IV. S. Truitij 'cert. Mrs. J tie. H. EiUll. Apples, prem, AYm. L. MiUer; cctt, Mrs. Ann M. Hughes. Fetches, prem, Mri. John Miller; cert, Mrt. Ira C. Darby. . Fears, prem, Miit Nannie Walker; cert, n Mrs. M. B. McCrary. Cucumber Pickles , prem, Mrs. .Tno. A. - Talbot; cert, Mr. W. S. Truitt. Sweet Pickle, prem, VV. S. Truitt; cert. Mrs. A. R. Jackson. Preserves,' variety, prem, Mrs. J no. Miller; cert, T. E. Williams. Jelly, variety, prem, Mrs. A. R. Jackson; cert, Mrs. II. J. Vivion. Hornet, Natural flowers, prem, Mrs. Trav is B'irres; cert, Mrs. John II. Estill. J VrCETAiLES. i Irish FuLutoeii, prem, Mrs, B. R. Patrick; cert, Thns. M. Lewis. Sweet Potatoes, prem, Mrs. W. S. Truilt; cert, Mrs. Robt. Blanket. Tomatoes, prem, Mrs. B. R. Basket; cert, - Mrs. Jno. A.Talbot. Cabbage, p...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY T I ME S THE GLASGOW TIMES. TlHHIDVl;Jl THURSDAY MORHIIIB BY CLA&K a. QEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM A IWTAIUABLY tW APTAWCE, J2iv Subscriptions promptly discontinued at tbt expiration 01 mi time paia ror.jj ISTK&TISEKEITTI Inserted attae usual rates. Aliberaldiscountto If sarly Advertisers. JOB WORK, iif tvary description promptly executed at ibort V. B. Palmer is our ourthoriied Agtnt in New York, B-iston, ana miladeipnia. C. Boarduak, Llnneus. O. H. Burckhart, Huntsville. . 'Watiakd Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. Sharf, Bloomington. J. H. Pawwr, Penny's P. O. . PowsLt A Co., Cambridge. : W. A. Wilsok, Marshall. O. H. Hubblk, Trenton. . (rPostinastersgenerally are requested to act trenti.. - ItAll agents are requested 10 remit by mail wbtnever tny nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Oct. 1, 1857. ... look for the X. A oros (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for hat ex pired. PUBLIC SPEAKING. JAMES B. GAEDENHIE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 October 1857

f G L A' S G O W W E E K L V TIMES. i l H v I .Fiodi tho Churchman's Monthly Magazine. THE WIDOW TO THE BRIBE. "I saw thee wedded, lady,' ! , ; At the altar's holy aiu. - As with roues 'mid thy shining hair, Thou stood-st a happy briiic. The soft light o'er that joyous bam). A tender radiance slied, . ' " ' While priestly won! ami marriage-ring, Proclaim the 'l ily wed. v "I saw (Ue wedded, lady, With the love-light ontr.v brow, And 1 beared thy low brcutlied whisper Of the holy marriage vow. Ami hy the quick pulsation lu my bosom's inmost core, ; I knew thy heart was throbbing As it ne'er hod throbbed before. "I saw the wedded, luily, And my thoughts went roving back To a bridal day which long ago, Illumed lifes's siinny track; ; When like thyself, I vowed to love, Through weal and wo, for life, And with the golden circlet clriined, That aweetest name a wife! 'Ohl marvel not, if 'mid the smiles That graced thy nuptial hour, M ine eyea were wet wi Ih bitter tears, Which fell like su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 October 1857

W i . , , , i CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . , . . VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1857. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. ( INVARIABLY IN" ADVANCE. $ NO. 32. Cfee fegoto Cimcs, ("Single copies of The Times, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office at five cents a copy. l (J3Yearly advertiser! are restricted totheir egitinnte business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. " (pyjfo' charge for inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. (gyThe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. i Where editorial notice of advertisements requested, it will be givenand charged for. What a Woman can Do. Ai wife and mother, woman can make the fortune and happiness of her husband and children', and even if he did . nothing else, surely thit would be sufficient destiny. By her thrift, prudence and tact,ahe can secure to her partner and hera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 October 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES TV?" c3 Old Soldier 'i Meeting. For the Lexington Express. Pursuant to ppointment, the association oftlie olJ eoldiert of the wsr of 1812-15, for (lie State of Miiaouri, met ot Marshall, in Saline county, on Tuesday the 22d day of September, 1857. The President, Hen ry Wallace, Sr., of Lexington, called the meeting to order. The Secretary being abient, the Hon. David Todd, of Columbia, was appointed Secretary pro ten. The following named persons appeared and were, on motion, received and their name added to the roll of members of this association, viz: Jacob Ish, Stephen Smilh, Daniel Little, John Major, Isaao Hughes, Jat. Williite, John Foster and Jamei Mur phy, of Saline count Larkin Dix, Neal McGaughy and Joseph Phillips, of Cooper From the National Intelligencer. V The Panio. We feel convinced that the views of the writer of the subjoined communication from Philadelphia are strictly correct, and that there was no just foundation for the panic and alarm which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 October 1857

GLASGOW WE E KLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. tUttlSHID tVCMY THURSDAY M0RIUKO BT GLARE H. GREEK, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM lUABlL Y 1 N ADVANCE', Igf Subscription! promptly discontinued at the expiration or we lime paiaror.y; ADVKBTISKHKHTI Inierted at the usual rates. Allberaldlscountto Yearly Advertisert. JOB WORK, ererv description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Palmer is our oarthomed Agent in New yoric, Bnton,ana rnuaueipnia. C. Board i.n, Linneus. O. II. BuacKHART, Huntsvillc. Wavland Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Psnkt, Penny's P. O. Powkll & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Mrshall. . G. H. Hobble, Trenton. . Postmastcrs.renerally are requestedtoact aeents. Ijy All aironts are requested to remit by mail whenever tney nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thunday Morning, Oct. 8, 1857. . Look for the X- A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifiesthat the lime paid for has ex pired. No One Omitted. All persons inde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 October 1857

p, :! u i 1 1 1 y .r MHMBMMIIIll 1- ' I mmi'juuuwi G L AS GO W WEE KL Y -TIMES Sy,SJtmil.l.J.sS MtSMUW 0 U f: M.r LirC'S BETTER MOMENTS. Life hot iti momenta : , . Of beauty and bloom But they bang like tweet rosea, ! ; ;v On the edge ot tin tomb. ...i, ; Bleating they bring us, Aa lorely aa brief, , . . . They meet us when happy ' They leave u in gritr. linos of the morning, , , Tinging the sky; ' ' Come on (he sunbeams, And off with them fly. -Shadows of evening HiDgsolt on tlie shore, Darkness enrapa them, We aee them no more. So life's better moments, In brilliance appear, ' Dawning in beauty, ' Our journey to cheer. . Round ua they linger, - Like shadowa of even, Would that we like them Might melt into heaven! GOOD-BY.'" . ay h. a. millett. Good-by! how aad that trembling sound, Falla on the pulsing ear; It teems aa if all nature frowned, And Winter ruled the year. The pressure of the parting palm, iiie icarcui, nnai glance, Fills the fond soul with strange alarm tu.ua uiuj in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 October 1857

31 r rl r VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1857. NO. 37 Cjre .(tepfo Chncs. (tySingle copies of The Times, put up in wrapper!, can always be bad at the office at five cents a copy. . (tyyearljr advertisers are restricted totheir eguimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. 8yNo charge for inserting deaths, bot fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. JTThe charge for marriage notices n left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. Where editorial notice of advertisements a requested, it will be given and charged for . Will the Grain Go Forward. From the N. T. Evening Post, 21st. There are more railroads in operations in the United Stales to-day tlian ever before, and there are larger crops to bring to mar ket. But the fear is thut for want of the convenience of money, and from the dispo sition of farmers tojwld "Sack for highor pri ces, the delay of ihipmerits will throw such a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 October 1857

GLASG.OW WEEK L Y ,.TIM E S IIUqoIi Currency letter from Hon. St. S. Henry, Bank Commiuioner, To the EditarB of iht Chitago Daily Prtssx At this season of psnio and distrust, when every man Is afraid to trust his neighbor, nd when he draws hie deposit a from hit bankers dare not keep his money after he lias drawn it, it is a, proper time for the people of IMionois to Inquire into the affaire of their own banks, nnd to inform themselves as to their condition. The Illinois hanks have issued end have outstanding a circulation of ubout five mill lions and a half of dollars; to secure that circulation, '.hey have deposited with the Auditor of the State four millions nine hun dred thousand of six per cent, Missouri bonds, and two millions and a half of interest-paying bonds -of ether Stales, The law also makes the stockholders individually liable to the amount of their stocks. Be sides that, they have the notes and securities for currency leaned out. I look upon the banks of Illinois as a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 October 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. .UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOBM1KO II CLAEK H. GREEN , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IWARI A BLYIS APTAKCE, Xar Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ol we time paiaior.jj Inserted at tbt usual rates. A liberaldiscount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, t every description promptly executed at ihort nonce, on reasunau.e leruist V. B. pALMKkiaoar ourthori.ed Agent In New York, Bv.ton,nd rmiadeipiua. C. BOARD.UAN, Linncus. O. H. BtntcKnART, Huntsville. Waylaid A. Co., Hoanoke. Tho.. O. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Pinny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. . W. A. Wilsoh, Marshall. . G. H. Hubdle, Trenton. . (gVostmastersrenerally are requested to act a airents. All agant. are requested to remit by mail whenevertney nave convenient amounts. . GL1SG0WMISS0URI. Thursday Morning, Oct. 15, 1857. Look for the X- A oross (thusX) immediately before the name, significsthat the time paid for hat ex pired. No One Omitted. All persons indebte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 October 1857

G L A S GO W WEEKL Y T I ME S THE PI05KERS. ' IT CHAS. A. JONES. , fflwit art the hardy yeomea Who battled tor this land, ' And trod then boar old forests, A brave and gallant band? O, know ye where they alumber No awnument appear, For freedom's pilgrims to draw sigh, And hallow with their tears? Or were in worts of jlory Dona in the olden timer And has the West no story Ofdeathleaadeeda lublime? Go ask yon shining river, And it will tell a tale Of noble deeds of daring, Will make thy cheek grow pal Go ask yon smiling valley, Whose harvesta bloom so fair, 'Twill teli thee a sad story Of the brave who slumber there: . 80 ask yon mountain, rearing Its forest crest so high Each tree upon its sumasit Has seen a warrior die. They knew no dread of danger, When rose the Indian's yell) Right gallantly they struggled, Right gallantly they fell; From Alleghany's summit, To the farthest western shore, These brave men's bones are lying Where they perished in their gore; And not a single monumen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 October 1857

J L.J i ii u ii r . i ii VOl7i8. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1857. NO. 34. JUST It Et'EITED, MA1CUCS IIAKHAH. A Nn for fin e. At the Boot and bUoe store or V Kteimeli ft Dieees, twenty-two cases Boots and Shoes, consisting of the following! 7 cases Brogan Dootsj 2 Trunks Ladies' Shoest 1 case Water Proof Gents boots) 2 cases Boys Bhoesi 3 cases Boys ass'd boots; 2 cases Women's Shoes) 2 cases Genls Winter Boots) 1 case Children's shoes; 2 cases Brogan shoes; all of which are now opened and for sale. Jan. 15, 1857. Tii iso. iuimioLow, (Successor to Bartholow & Williams,) Forwarding nnd Commission MERCHSAT, AND STEAMBOT AGENT. THANKFUL for the very liheral patronape extended to Bartholow it. Williams for the past season, I respectfully ask n continuance ;of iam. nlp.tffino' mvself to use mv best exertions to merit the same. I have safe and ample room for every description of storage. j-Oiaee second door above Thomson, Lew is &. Co. . I am also in the market pay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 October 1857

The Indebtedness of the Stat and htr Resources. We find tli following under the Finan cial and Commercial head or the Republi can, which should be attentively reud: f We presume, Ihnt if so many of our eitU Bint were not thinking o muoh of their wn debts and credit ol the State. The questions of how the rred.l of our bonds t hall be appreciated, and our railroad inter ate dealt with, are among the moat impor tant of any that have ever fretted them selves upon the consideration of our Slate Legislature. . ; ; '. ' . ' As we have learned, on inquiric at the office of the Auditor of Public Accouuta, the whole amount of State bonds issued to this date for railroad purpose is $15,730,. 000. This amount is divided among .the several ruilrosds in the proportions shuwu below: - ?''"' $6,380,000 Pacific Railroad, 8. W. Branch, (construction bonds) Hannibal and St. Joseph Road, North Missouri Railroad. Iron Mountair Railroad, . . , Cairo and Fulton Railroad, ' V700.000 3,000,000 3.150,000 2,4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 October 1857

G L A,S G QW -WEEKLY TIME S sVBLUUtD EVERT TnOJtSDAT MORNIHO B CLARK H. QVi,EN, I "" AT ONE DOLLAR PER. ANNUM INVAKIABLY IN ADVANCE,, tjr subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paiaror.fcj ADVIBTII1II HI 8 inserted at the usual rates. A liberaliscotinttp I early Aiivertisers. JOB wonK,v f every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasomioie terms A t E. 11 1 t L M V. B. Palmer it our ourthorized Agent in Nev C. Board uN, Linneus. . , ' n U D,i..... IT.... n- t ' Wavland i, Co., Roanoke. ' Thoi u. Sharp, Btoomingtoa, J. H. PtMH Pnntrl. D l Powell & Co., Cambridge. '. ' t W. A. Wilsosj, Marshall. u n. iiubblk, irenton 1 1 gVojlmastersjenerally are reqnestedtblact t ae-ents. . ( ffjJTAII agents are requested to remitby? mail waenevermey nava convenient amounts. GLASGOVMISSOURI; Thursday Morning, Oct. 22,183TiJ ' Look for the X- A oros (thus X) immediately before the . ' . . . . - . t tinrae, tigmbcslhal the tune paid lor has ex pired. . ' ,;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 October 1857

G L ASGOW WE E RL Y TIME S FAREWELL TO BUMMER: BT WM. H. C. UOSMER. Farewell! ll.y moon it on the wane, Thy lust bright dny is near iu close) ' On rosy tips thol thirst Tor rain, Heaven not a drop bestows; Tha cricket, Summer, sounds thy knell, Queen of the season! fare thee well. The flowers that wreathed thy bounteous head Droop, pale end withered on thy brow The light thnt made thy morning red Is dull and misty now; Sad voices pipe iu wood and dell To Summer and her joys larewell. Gone with thy belt of rainbow sheen Started with tha dew drops of the show ers, And kirtlu of enchanted green Embroidered o'er with flowers; The golden wand of won'rous spell Is dim and broken now farewell! There is a Summer of the heart That hath its mournful ending here; Delights that warned its core depart While all grows dull and drear, And sadder than the funeral bell llnpe whispers to the soul farewell. WHAT I LOVE. I love the wood, the mazy wood, With long green aisles so dee and dim, Through whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 October 1857

I J -J rhvlr , CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1857. NO. 35. JITSTJ RECEIVED, AND for sale, at the Boot nnd Shoo Store of Steimetz & Digues, twenty-two easel BooU nil Shoes, consisting of the following! 7 eases Broiran boots) 2 Trunks Ladies' Shoes) 1 case Water Proof Gents boots) 2 cases Boys Shoes) 3 Cases Roys ass'd boots; 2 cases Women's Shoes) 2 cases Genls Winter Boots) 1 case Children's shoes) 2 cases Brogan shoesl all of which are now opened and for sale. Jan. 15, 1857. TIIEO. BARTHOLOW, (Successor to Bartholow & Williams,) Forwarding and Commission MERCHNAT, AND STEAMBOT AGENT. THANKFUL for the very liberal patronage extended to Bartholow & Williama for the past season, I respectfully aslc a continuance ;of tame, pledging myself to use my best exertions to merit the same. I have safe and ample room for every description of storage. gT Office second door above...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 October 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY: TIMES INAUGURAL ADDRESS or GOVEHNOa B. M SIEWABVT, TO Till GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI. ' ADJOURXED SESSlOX, OCT. 19, 1S57. FtlloW'Citistnt, ' 'i and Gentlemen of the Senate 1 and of I he house of Represent at ivts: I have been called by tho people, in ac cordance with the form of the constitution, to preside over the executive department ol the State. I enter upon the discharge of the duties llmt imposed upon me with great distrust ol' my own ability and experience, but with n firm determination, under tense of my responsibilities, to do every thing in my power to promote the prosperi ty of the commonwealth and the happiness and welfare of the people. Respect for my own character, and a sentiment of deference to public opinion, a like, impel me to declare frankly and ex plicitly the principles by which I shall be governed. Our relations as a State arc two-fold, federal and local; and these respectively secure to us distinct rights, and impose upon us d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 October 1857

GLASGOW W EEKL'Yy T I M E S TTTV GT. A. QfinVV TTTVT I?C! 'VBLISHCD IVEItY THURSDAY MORHIKQ Bt CLASS H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, 13 Subscriptions promptly discontinued it the ixpii ation of the time paid f or.J ASVE&TI8EMBNT8 fassrted at the usual rates. Aliberaldiscountto Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, f srsrr description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. AClJiNlfsi V. B. Palm Knit our ourthoriied Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Board .ian, Linneus. G. H. Borckhart, Huntsville. WaylanD & Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Pkhky, Penny's P. 0. Powkli. St Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilsow, Marshall. O. H. IIobhi.k, Trenton. Postmasters generally are requested to act s ae-ents. UAllagonts ire requested to remit by mail wueuevvr mejr uuv convenient amounts. Thursday Homing, Oct. 29, 1857. Look for the X A orosi (thus X) immediately before the name, signiliesthat the lime paid for has expired. Obituary No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 October 1857

J V r GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES fFor the Louisville Journal. ft 3 - . A BALLAD. f The fact versified in the following lines were originally published In the Trinity (Cal.) Times, and may be relied upon as authentic Begone, begone! ill-mannerd hound What fiend hnlh sent thee here To rouse mt with thy dismal yells Upon a night so drear? Tliua from his bed the farmer spoke Then turned again to snore, Cut all in vain, the dog without How Id louder than before. And still the more the man complained The brute the noisier grew, 'And, leaping, shook the oaken door As he would burst it through! Then up at lenght the farmer rose And donned his gear in haste There seems a mystery here, ha yawned. That should be fairly traced. He drew the bolt, wide swung the door, And, ere he could retreat, ' A lordly mastiff, bounding through, Crouched, whining, at his feet. Thence to the gate returning oft, The intruder seemed to say In eager phrase, "Come, come with speed NEW FURNITURE STORE! ENTIRE NEW STOCK! S...

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