ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Glasgow Weekly Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,668 items from Glasgow Weekly Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,668 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 January 1850

X CLAKK II. CiKUKN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffeiiso. i:i)iroie a ii:oii:iXToit. Volume IO. ULAMiOW, JIISSOIJ:!, THIKSIIAY, JAMAIS!' , 130. Aiimbei 11. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUnt.lSHED EVERY THURST1AY. OJJict on Water Street. 2 00 3 00 0 00 15 1)0 25 00 28 (10 SO 00 TERMS OF PUBLICATION For one year, if paid in advance, If not pi id before the end of the year, CLUBS. 6 copios 1 year in advance, 10 " " " 2j ( ,i it 25 11 " 80 ' " TERMSOF ADVERT1BINO. .- Oni innarp. M'JIinpft nr Iimih OnA Tlnllnr far the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and thers who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. nioTirca1 or AKtra ivn ni iNir nErrta. Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, nd for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nd make Collecti...

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. — 3 January 1850

kKi:siDi;vis nc-s vtiK. Ftlltw-Citizrni of the Senate 3 and House of Representatives: Siiiy years have clapBcd since the ettVlishnol of this Government, and .1. . . a, . me congress 01 me united states is again assembled to legislate for an 12m pire i freemen, the prediction of evil prophets, wb formerly pretended Ij firettll the downfall of our institu tion, are now "remembered only to be derided, ;id the Unitod Slates of Amer ica, m this moment, present to the world tlic most stable and permanent Covernmeni'in earth. Such is the re sult of tho labors of those who have gone before us. Upon Congress will eminently de pend the future maintenance of our system of fiee Government, and the transmission of it unimpaired to pos terity. Wo are at peace with all the world, and seem to maintain our cher ished relation of amity with tho rest of mankind. During the past year, we have been blessed by a kind Provi dence with an abundance of the fruits of the earth, and although the destroy! er f...

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. — 3 January 1850

would sdmit, .hould b. opened within the! now, by it. operation, during four years, pro Territory of the United States, from the duced results fullv showim- .(,. i ravigRbl. water, of the Atl.ntic, or the Gulf. o M.xico, to the Pacific. Opinions, as elicited and expressed by two largo and ria peeiable conventions lately assembled .1 St Louis and Memphis, point to a railroad as that which, if practicable, would best meet the wishes and wants of the country; but, while this, if in successful operation, would be a work of great National importance, and of a value to this country which it would be difficult to estimate, it ought also to be re. gaided as an undertaking of vast magnitude and expanse, and one which must, if it be indoed practicable, encounter many difficut. lies in its construction and use. Therefore, to avoid failure and disappointment; to ena ble Congress to judge whether, In the condi. tion of the country through which it might pass, the work be feasible, and if it be ....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 January 1850

w . (lulliiiiK 'I Clothing!! B. H. SMITH, Attorney at Law, Teiktow, Grundy Co. Mo. IT TILL promptlf attend to all business. V V entrusted to his care, in the Cuurtv ol Eleventh Judicial Circuit. noia. U. II. Dtircltltartt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hunts vVle' M Will practice Inw in the comities ol Randolph, Chariton, Howard, Boone, Monroe. Adair and Schuyler. All business entrustei to him will receive Ms prompt attention. Office in the 2d story above McCampVll & Coates' storo. uct243 NUWDKl't) STOKE. THE subscribers are now receiving aim pening at their Drug More, corner offtlarke and First streets, in Glasgow, a general as aortmentof Drugs, Medicines, Painls.Oils 0111 Dvestuffs, Perfumery, Fancy and Shavinc Soaps, direct from St. Lomsand Philadelphia Wa return our thanks to our mends am the nublic generally for their liberal palronag the last year, and hope by strict attention ti business, to have a continuance of the same FhyaicianB orders put up neat and witii de ateh all articles so...

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. — 10 January 1850

H ii Ik 111 111 i j i r i r i ivn AX CLARK II GREEI. "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffersoi. EDITOR 5L FROIMEIETOII Volume 10. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JA ALARY 10, 1850. i timber 43- I! GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rUDLlSHKD EVKRT THCItSDAt. Ofc on Water Street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION Pr nna vear. if paid in advance, $? on If not paid before the end of the year, a uu o oo 15 m 25 0(1 28 00 30 00 CLUBS. 9 copies 1 year in advance, 10 " ' 20 . ' 23 " . " " TIRMSOr ADTEnTISIRO. On square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the fi rst, and 00 cents fo r each subsequent iesertien.- , . . Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy ths year. inn PttlNTlKa, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, ou reasonagir ici . ..,.,..,. n, . iuv AND BLANK DSGDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, tod Tor sale low. rnn THIS PAPRIt, T. B. Paliieb. Esq-, is authoriied to pro .nr. Advertisements, receive Subscriptions. an...

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. — 10 January 1850

THE TIMES CIiASGOW, No, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1850. CLUBS NEW VOLUME. A new volume of the Times com mtnees the first of March, thus present ing a favorable opportunity foi subscribing. The election comes ofl' next summer, and erery body will want a paper. See our unprecedented low terms, and make up your clubs in time to begin with the new volume; old sub scribers, who are not in arrears taken in clubs, but they must scttlu up, before th-v can De thus received. We receive tij inonies, at our office, on club ac counts. Those who undertake getting them up, receive the money and pay it over in a lump. Recollect when the new volume begins, and be ready. A Goop Wiiio Neighborhood? We acknowledge the receipt of a club of subscribers, numbering tiiirtv five. from Roanoke. We now have ovei fifty subscribers at that office. There is another club making up there, and by the beginning of our new volume 1st March we expect our list to be in creased to one hundred. We like such neighborhoods as th...

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. — 10 January 1850

J STANDING COMMITTEES. The following are the most Impor- 'i tant commitcs of (he two Ilouaci of 1 CongrcM SENATE. On Foreign Relations Messrs. King. 4 Jjenton, Webster, Funic and Mangum. 4 On Finance Messrs. Dickinson. Hunter, Phelps, Uouglns and I'earco. On Commerce Messrs. ' Hntnlin, Soule, Davis, of Mass., Dodjje, of W.. and Dell. On Manufactures Messrs SubastiaD Duller, Jones, Clark and Uphtitn. On Agriculture Messrs. Sturgeon, Turney, Walker, Spruance and Cor win. On Public Lands Messrs. Fetch, Borland, Underwood, Shields, and Smith. On Indian Affairs Messrs. Atchi son. Sebastian, Wales, Hunk, Bell. On the Judiciary Messrs. Duller, Downs, Berrien, Bradbury, Dayton. On Territories Mcssra. Douglass, Underwood, Butler, Cooper, Houston. On Uoads and Canals Messrs. Blight, Atchison, Greene, Foolo and Spruance. On the District of Columbia Mess. Mason, Yulce, Shields Miller and Ber rien. HOUSE. Ways and Meana Bayly. Jacob Thompson, Vinton, Green. Toombs. Hubbard, Ducr. Jones and Hampt...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 January 1850

THE VICTIM. ' . ' ' ' BT THE MILFORD BIRD. 'Hand m the bowl, ye jovial band." 11 Hid 'I will rouse my mirth;" Bat conscience seix'd his trembling hand , ' Aid dropl the cup to earth. He kok'd around, he blush'd, he laugli'd; He sipped the sparkling wave; In it he read "who drieks this draught, Shall dig a tnurdrer's grave!' He. Started up like one who slept. And trembled I'or his life; He gax'd around his children wept, He saw his sleeping wife. In his deep dream he had not felt Their agonies and Tours; But now he saw them as they knelt, To plead with prayers and tears. But the foul fiend her hateful spell Threw o'er his wilder'd mind; He saw in ev'ry hope a hell; Ho was to reason blind. He grasped the bowl to seek relief, - No more his conscience said; His bosom friend was sunk in grief, His children begged fur bread. His peace, his fortune, and his fame,, From him were doomed to part; His orphans were the heirs of shamo, His wife a broken heart. Through haunts ofhorror and of stri...

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. — 17 January 1850

n it Ik i ill i j 11 ir 1 171 CtARK IX CREEIV; "ERROR CEASES TO-BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferso. I I!I TOIt A PROPRIETOR. Volume 10. LA$r,OW, niSSOlKI, TIll'KSDAY, JAM'AKY 17, 1S50. Nttinbcr 16. i1 i 7i r ) GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. fUBI.ISIIED EVERY TIIUR8DAT Office on Water Strut, Up Stain, door to the Glasgow House. nest TERMS OF PUBLICATION. TT on year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before ihe end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 9 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 " " 15 00 tO " " " 25 00 IS " " 28 00 yo 30 00 TERMS Or ADVERT.SIRO. One square, (llincs or less) One Dollar fer the first, and 50 centa for each subsequent lasertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchanta and there who advertise by the year. JOB miNTINO, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blahk deeds, Xeatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS VOR THIS PAPER . T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorixed to pro au...

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. — 17 January 1850

and (he invoices, for the purpose ol aiding in the aicerlainmentol (he value at the time fixed by existing laws. That time was, by circular issued by my pre decessor, dated 6ih July, 1847, deter. mined to be the time of the shipment Jof ine gooai. wy predecessor issued three circulars, calling tho attention of the officers of the customs to the provision! of the 2d section of the act of 10th August, 1840; one dated the 11th and one Ihe25th November, 184C, and the last tho 26th December, 1 848, and there can be no doubt, exhausted all practice ble means for preventing undervalue lions and frauds, so far as they could be checked by Tressury instructions and regulations. These efforts have been continued by the Department; but the radical faults of the system are such that no vigilance, sagacity, or reguta lions, it is believed, have been, or can be found, effectual for the purpose. In England it is believed to have long been a settled point that specific or rated duties (which are ad ...

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. — 17 January 1850

Another Mail Failodi The eastern mail due here Tuesday, got in tail nlghl, giving us the papers, but Ml ng to connect with the western and northern linci. A sim liar failure miy be looked Tor again to day. Hundreds of people are disappointed, report of the failure is made, and a fine of one or two dollars is imposed; the contractors beg off from that, perhaps, laugh in their sleeve, and pocket the passage money and thus we go! Will not the people, the press all who are thus swindled almost weekly, look into the matter, .see where the fault is, and mako an effort to remedy it. "CGNGRESSIONAL. Washinoton, Jan. 10' Two unsuccessful! ballots were held for Clerk this morning in the House. On the first ballot, Forney, 03, Camp bell 06; French 18; scattering 6. Sec ond ballot, Forney 07; Campbell 103; French 13; scattering 5. In the Senate, Mr. Hale replied to Mr. Clemens, and remarked that the Senator from Alabama had convinced him of one thing, but had failed to con vince him of anything...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 January 1850

KEASONS FOR RISIBILITY. Sweet cox! I'm hippy when I cm, And merry whil I may, For life's at most a narrow span At (east 4 winter's Jay. If care could make the sunbeam wear A brighter warmer hue, The evening star shine out more fair, The blue sky look more blue. Then should I be a graver man But since 'tis not the way, Sweet cox! I'm happy when I may! If sighs could make us sin the less, Perchance I were not glad If niournisg were the sage's dress, My garb should then be sad. But aince the angels wings are white, And e'en the young saints smile Since virtue wears a" brow of light, And vice a robe of guile Since laughter is not under ban, Nur gladness clad in gray Sweet coz! I'm happy when I can, And merry when I may ! , I've seen a bishop dance and reel, And a sinner fast and pray, A knave at the top of Fortune's wheel, ' And'a good man cast away. . Wine 1 have seen your grave ones quaff, Might set our feet afloat; But I never heard a hearty laugh From out a villain's throat; And I n...

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. — 24 January 1850

AX CLARK n. Volume 10. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. ' rOBMSHED BVERY THORSDAT. Offict on Water Street, Vp Stain, neat door to the Glasgow House. T1RM8 OP PUBLICATION. ret on year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If notpiid before the end of the year, 3 00 1 CLUBS. 0 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 " , , 15 00 Si) .. - ' 55 0(, K ' ".,' . : S 00 0 " " . 30 00 TEltMSOr ADVERtlSISO. One (quire, (12 lines or less) One tlollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberaldediictions made to Merchants and thers wtro advertise hy the year. , Jon PRINTING. . Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND BLAMK DEEDS, Jfeatly executed, kept constantly on hand, sad for sale low. AGENTS TOR TniS PAPER. ' 7. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro sure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collectionsforthe Times.H his of. Ices in the following cities: . Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. New York Trib...

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. — 24 January 1850

THE TIMES GLASGOW, JIo. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1860. OCPReT. J. W. Dcitif will hold ser vice in the Presbyterian Church in this place, next Sunday morning, at the usual hour. mElder S. S. Church will preach in the Christian Church, in this plare, on Saturday evening, and Sunday fol lowing. Subject for Sunday's sermon: Influence nf the Spirit. VsORREspoNDBNTs. K. I, vours re ceived, and 15 placed to your credit. W. C. B. Your job is completed, and will ba forwarded first opportuui 'y- TOBACCO PREMIUMS. We call the attention of Tobacco growers to the advertisement of Messrs. Houseman & Lowry, Proprietors of the Planter's Tobacco Warehouse, in toiday's paper. That a good manufac turing article is raised in this section, is proved by the fact of the superior article put up here, by our manufaclu rers; the fact thus being established, that we do produce it, what is to pre vent our producers from shipping, get- ling a higher price, as well as the pre rnium? We should like to see How ar...

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. — 24 January 1850

the mails. . The Eastern Mail due Tuesday, gol in this motning. We understand the delay occurred in crossing the Perche, four miles (hit tide or Columbia. The Western mai nr. t uue luesoay is nol yel in. Both these mailt have been behind, from twelve to twenty.four hours, for the last three or four trips. OCT-Vlr. Cass has delivered a speech of some length on the subject of suspending diplomatic intercourse with Auttila, to which Mr. Clay has replied. These speeches are both in the lest Republican, and are well worth a pe.tual. ' How ti it? The Metropolitan intimates (bat Gen. Sterling Price will be the units Benton candidate for the Legislature in Chariton. Is this a bid or a bully? A line of light passenger wagons ia to leave St. Louis, on the 20th April for Cali fornia. Passage 1200, and 63 days to the trip. Election of Got. Drioqs. The Hon. George N. Briggs has been con atitutionally Ire-elected Governor of Massachusetts for the ensuing year. In the House, Briggs received 157 ro...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 January 1850

THE VOICE OF THB STREAM. BT til OBABT. Sweet brooklet, ever gliding, Now high the mountain riding, The lone vale now dividing, ' Whither away? 'With pilgrim course I flow, Grin the summer's scorching glow, Or o'er moonlesa wastes or snow, Nor stop nor stay; Fur oh, ly high behest, To a bright abode of rest, In my parent ocean's breast, I hasten away.' Many a dark morass, Many a craggy mass, . Thy feeble force must pass; Yet, yet delay! Though the marsh bo dire and deep; Though the crag be stern and steep, On, on, my course must sweep, 1 may not slay; For oh, be it east or west, To home of glorious rest, In the bright sea's boundless breast, I hasten away! The warbling bowers beside thee, The laughing flowers that hide thee, With soft accord they chide thee, Sweet brooklet, Slay, '1 taste of the frogranl flowers, I respond to the warbling bowers, And eweetly they charm the hours . : Of my winding way; But ceaseless still, in quest Of that everlasting rest, In my parent's boundless br...

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. — 31 January 1850

a v i it! ', yf: H v: ' . Milan. 'fiaijjijiijiiHiaaKMiMiMairiiwKWMmnMMCTMqM CLARK II... CiREEftj - - '. . .' ..;,.,, .. "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. Volume 10. ,..- : - - .'....- diLAMJOW, MISSOt.'ECI, TIUKSDAY, J.t.MAUY 31, 1830; lYiiiiifH r 4. GLASGOW WEEKLY, TIMES. - ., rUBMSHET) EVERT THOHBDAT. ' Qflat on .Water Street,- Up' ktain, door In the Glatgow jluusl. next ' 'TERMS OF rCBLlCATlOS. ftt on year, if ptid ia advance, 2 00 If not paid before llie end of tha year, 3 UU clubs. 0 copies 1 year In advance, 10 tO " ' i " ' " is " . " gQ II ' ' ' , ii 0 on 15 (10 55 00 28 00 30 00 ' TRRMSOF ADVERTISING- ' 1 On aqiiare, (12 line or less) One Dollar fr the first, and 50 cent foreacli subsequent Insertion. . Liberal deductions made to Merchants and them who advertise by the year. . ., . ' " " job rniNTiso, " Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, u reasonable terms. ! .. , justices' blank...

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 January 1850

fcM the floor opoo the question left unfinish ed yeslerdsy. It ha been usual, when tht hour f adjournment arrives, for the Senator who rosy hav oblainrd (he floor to yield to tha motion to adjourn, under the assurance that h shall have the floor upon the following day; and obtained tha floor and ax peels to address tha Senate to have the debate pro procrastinated. 1 shall therefore oppose iui lhar debate upon this, until that other mat' ter has he en disposed of. Mr. President, I intend to aay not a word upon this subject; but as I am up, 1 feel it due to myself end to the occasion to eipress my simple sentiment upon this matter, bate long labored lailbfully faithfully to repress the encroachment of the North. At the commencement I saw where it would end and must end; and I despair of ever see. Ing it arrested in Congress. It will go to its end; for gentlemen have already yielded to the currant of the JNotln, which tbey ad mi here that they cannot resist. Sir, what th South will do,...

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 January 1850

iiera mere are very few here or else where who think it can. The Wilmot Proviso ii urged upon the ground of hi eipediency; it is opposed upon the ground of its unconstitutionality. Now is the contest worth the cost, to place inis oarren, and I believe, unconstitu lional proviso on the statute book. 1 will engage in no such crusade against the South, from whateve r motive it may originate. 1 will endeavor to discharge my duty as an American Senator to the whole country, and when I can not do this I shall cease to have my duty here to perform. My sentiments upon the Wilmot Tro viso are now before the Senate; I am precluded from voting in conformity with them. I have been instructed by the Legislature of Michigan to vote in favor of this measure; lam I believe, in favor of the right of instruction when fairly exercised under proper cir. cumstanccs. I acknowledge the obliga tion of the instructions I have received, and cannot act in opposition to them; nor can I act in opposition to my ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 January 1850

SUNSHINE AND SHADOW. . , ' , sr . BAflRlCK.. ; ' ' '"' The sunshine has a shadow. .'. l ' And (he starlight hatha shade.' i , , ; There's no type in art-like liature,' ' But an antitype tialh itiide. ' 1 ; r. ' The ky may be all azure, ", , With its canopy Mimic, . . But a cloud unbidden On Che glory ol the scene. . The moon may be of silver, V. " . Ani the stars of golden light; , But a speck will dim their beauty, : . In the quiet boly night; "And our livrs) are changiug ever; Like the spring-lime of the year; Sometimes all is April sunshjne, Then again 'tis dark and drear. We have our dreams of pleasure, -'- And our moments fraught with pain; ' ' The day may dawn all lovely, , Then put on its gloom again; We have our dreams of rapture Ours biiss none else may (eel, But the mournful hue of sorrow, - OYr the lightest brow will steal. Wo have our dreams of gladness We have waking dreams of care; These hours of kindly greeting, Then again no joys to share. Sometimes life is ail a sun...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
x
Loading...
x
x