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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 April 1850

" ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT TV-Jefferson i:i5n n &; issoikii:tk. Volume 1 1 . GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, rUBLISIICD EVERY THURSDAY. OJict tn Water Street, Up Stairs, ionr In the Glasgow House. veil TEIiMSOF PUBLICATION. Fur sne roar, it' paid in advance. $2 (10 I f not paid before I lie end of the year, a 00 M l!t) 20 on as no BO oo CI.U11S. 3 copies 1 yrnr in advance, 10 " " 2t) ,1 14 It 2") " " " ao " " " TEIIMSHF ADVERTISIXfl . One square, (Ivilinca or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents forcacli subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and thers who advertise by the year. JOB rr.lNflNG, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, ITently executed, kopt constantly on hand, and lor sale low. AfiENTS FOB. THIS TAPER. T. B. Palmf.k. Ei., is authorized to pro- ure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Col lections for the Times, 1 1 his of f...

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. — 18 April 1850

THE TIMES rar"M --,-" SrVw is"w Si L'."t.v:--.w.fii-t? THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1950. tCT An anti-Wilmot paper, eiliud by William Forney, lifts been started in Wilrast'i district Pennsylvania. DIP It seems that Mr. Cuihciun'." woik on Govei nment, in tho writing of which lie is understood to have put forth hit whole ability, it loft by him in a fin iihcd stole. Calhoun's Successor. The Gov ernor of Pouth Carolina tendered the vacant Boat in the U. S. Sonote, to Gen. Jas. Hamilton, which was accepted in n letter, written in real South Carolina, secession, eoutlicrn confederacy style. In a subsequent letter, ho declined llie honor, having some doubts as to wheth er he was n citizen of Stiuth Carolina or Georgia, having resided in the hit ter Sloto during the pr.it winter. DjJudg'o Walker, of New OiIeans, has declined taking the Editorial man element of the St. Louis Time, tl.e new ami Benton paper recently started in that city. Wc suppose he declined immediately after having heard the re s...

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. — 18 April 1850

):mmiu.'j,iamM lAT;S'l' NHWS. CLAY FESTIVAL. Nnw Yonit, April 13, 7 P. M. The sevc rilysthird nnniveuary of felho birth of llie illustrious statesman of tha West was elcbialcd wiih unhonrdcd frill, us!am last evening, by a large assemblage of his person, nl and politic! friends. At nn early hour the avenues and largo saloons of Niblo's sprt. cious theatre were filled 10 oveiflowing with the nomercm company. Subscribers to the fcstiTsI and invited guests, including many ilislingn'slied men in public life; a large rep rpscntation of clifTee rnt professions and of the press, and a noble specimen of mercantile and mechanical intercrt. Washikcton, April 13, 7 p. u. Thomas J. Campbell, Clerk of the Ilouso 1 of Representatives, died in this city at 1 o clock this motnig, after an illnc?s of two days. Campbell was a whig in politics, and b citizen of Virginia. Ms was elected Clerk to the 30lh Congress, and was recently re elected after a protracted contest. Ho wn a gentlemen much esteemed b...

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. — 18 April 1850

Maiden's Advertisements. AT EIGtlTRGK A heart 10 In! A worm, fresh, cherry virgin hca: t, Untenanted by man ns yet, New and unfoiled in any pari; Who bids the prize lo gci? To him who'll pay (he easy renl, Daily oncl hourly duo a wife, Of honeil love, 1 But content To give a lease for life, ll has large chambers, warm nnd bright, Well furnished wilh off-dions fine And rlmprr'd with hopes that glow with light However i lie sun may shine. The owner's tide's pood, no claim Has yr i been raised, and every put 1 hers in her own right and name Who'll lake tr.is precious heart AT TWENTY r.lOIlT, No tenant yell To let! A valuable limit! Who seeks tudi property togt, Will nowhere find, in any mart, A better to be lot. The terms are cay, payments few Ah, yes! the hcai t described abuve, Oilers inducements to the tiua E-ouoir.iu '.n Ilv..' The properly' in good repair, The fuiniiure has ne'er been usrd, The r'rnpery's slightly worse for wear, But naught has been nbtis'i). 'Tis cumbei'U with so...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 April 1850

t lab: K is ciiet:u.: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT r." Jeffeiuoji. KZHTWZ & S22I?KSETOK. Volume 11. v GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED F.VEUV TIlUr.fDAV. Oflct oil Hirler Strut, Up Stairs, door to the Ulasgow louse. next TERMS OF PUBLICATION. fr r ens year, if paid in advance, If nut paid before I In.' end of tlie year, cutns. 8 copies 1 yea rin advance, 10 " " a, i . .. $,p, i ,, 30 " " " $2 (11) u no 0 00 15 110 i.'5 00 vH 00 SO 00 TEUMP OF ADVERTIfitfliJ . On Manure, (lv! lines nr less) One Dullrir for tli first, and 50 cents foretell subsequent Insertion Iiberal doiluctious made to Merchants and others who advertise by the yeor JOB I'KIM'IMl, Of everydescription, executed (villi neatness iv u U despatch, on reasonable terms. . JUSTICES' lll.ANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, (foully executed, kepi constantly on hand, n 1 lor sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS rAl'F.II. V. 15. I'alnek, Esq., U authorized to pro. mire Advertisements, receive ciu'iiscriiitions and...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 April 1850

THE TIMES 1 fi'-1 ULASDOW, Mo. THURSDAY, APRIL 25. 1850. L7 A convention for (ho nomina tion of a a candidate fur Congress in ilio 2nd district, is to be held at St. Charles on the 3J Monday in May. next. Cols. Davis and Richmond, of Marion county, Dr. Welborne of Pike, nd Mr. Bay, the present Reprcsenta live from that district, are all up for the nomination. Akotheii Finn at Roahoke. An other fire occurred in Roanoke last week, distroying some four houses. It is supposed the fire was the work of an incendiary. Fine The tobacco house of Mr Cambrel, of Randolph, was set on fire last Saturday night. The building was partly consumed, as !bI.-o s me two thousand pounds of tobacco. JOHN G. MILLER. The Columbia Statesman nominates the gentleman whose name heads this article, as the Whi candidate for Con gress in this District, subject to the de rision of a Convention, should one be held. Mr. Miller is a gentleman of fine ca parity, and has an extensive acquaint nee in the district, having...

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. — 25 April 1850

TELEGRAPH. We tiro pleased la Icorn by a letter from Copt. Joii.x V. Munius, Agent, that he will bo hoe in a few days, to mnko lite necessary arrangements for iho immediate erection of a lino of Telegraph between this place and St. Louis. Part of the line is already under contract, and the whole will be comple ted without delay. We trust our busi ness men and capitalists will be ready to give him a cordial reception, and as sist in speedily putting us in instanta neous communication with St. Louis and the East. LATEST FROM WASHINGTON. Wasiunotom, April 187 p. m. The committee to ivestigate into the the disorder of yesterday was an nounced os follows: Messrs. Podgf?, Webster, King, Phelps, Husk, Doll ond Shields. Mr. Dodge asked leave to be excused because of the peculiar relation exist ing between him and Mr. Denton. Mr. Foote said that as far as ho was concerned, he would prefer the Scnn tor as a member of the Committee to any man in America. Mr. Dodge thanked Mr. Foote for this ex...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 April 1850

Howard High School, FA Yli'VTE, MO. fl'MlE Tu-efth Session of this Institution J will rouuiience on Monday 11th inst, and continue four months. TERMS: For the Primary Studies, 5 PO Common English Branches, 0 00 Higher " " H fit) Latin and Greek Languages, 10 10 EXRTA CHARGES. Music, with use of Piano, M fiO ' without " l'i 00 Drawing and Painting, 0 00 French, " U'J Vocal. limbic will be taught gratis, (iooil hoarding cm be procured at from f 1 25 to $-1 00 per week. The Board of Instruction for tlio ensuing term w ill consist of the following persons. P.ov. W. T. I.rcKV, A. M. Superintendent and Principal of the Female Department. V. T. Davis, A. B. Principal of the Male Department. Miss C. S. White, teacher of Music " S. Er.i.L, " " Drawing and Tainting and assistant in Female Department. Miss L. C. Leland, Assistant in the Fe male Department. C. C. II uffakeu, Assistant id tlio .Hale Department. Muns. J. E. Hamilton, teacher of French and German. SAM 'I, C. MAJOR, Chn'n ii'rd of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 May 1850

"I I ;-j.en'."mu in im.WMgwmwi . v,..blih j e. t ;) . - "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jn SFFERSO.V. Volume 1 fl . GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rUCMSlir.D rvr.UY TIIUIiHIUY. Ollcc oil lV'rtcr Street, l' Stairs floor to the iilasirnw Inusc. next TFinntsor runr.trATioN Ff r one vcir, it' paid in advance, &-1 (HI I f nut paid boforo 1 1 10 end of the year, cr.urs. ") copies 1 yenr in advnnce, 10 '0 " ' 05 11 ' tt 11 ;n it 11 11 o on 1.") 00 J.") 00 J'i (HI ao oo TEKJ1SOF ADVERTIFINO . One square, (lJlincs or less) One P.-llnr for tho tirst, and GO cuius fur each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. job ruiNTiNc;, Of cvcrydcscription. executed with neatness and despatch, (in reasonable 'onus. justices' blanks and ih.ahic ih.iid.i. Neatly executed, hopt constantly on hand, and fur sale low. ACiF.XTS roi; this paier. V. B. Pal5if.ii, Esq., is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 May 1850

'inn B7 fTirnTiTcj 1 IlCi AAlTJLHiO ( L 1 S G O XV , M o . THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1850. OThe attention of t lie business men oi'ihe communiiy.and iho public gener ally, is called to the advertisement of Mr. I.'enhv O'Rielly's Atlantic and Pacific TeK'grnpli Line, which will be found in to-day s paper. O The Steam Ferry Boat, built c pi'CMbly for the Glasgow Forry Coinpn ny, at a coat of several thousand dol la is. has arrived, and is now in success ful operation, crossing, without unne cessary (Intention, all who arrive with their wagons and team, and, as seen ficm our windows, with despatch. m fO5 The attention of Physicians, l)i ujrjists, and Tobacconists, ia called to the advertisement of the Messrs. Dlpi v, in to-day's paper. Dealers will find them polito Grid .accommodating, with a full stocl;. DC?3 The resolutions of Messrs. Clay and Bell were referred to a select com mittee, on tho ISth, without instruc tions: yeas 30, noys 32. lO"J. Wickcs has been appointed by tho President and c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 May 1850

J .1 I I.: I! 11. r . . ft V1 II If 'I 'i 1 l 1 1 Florida Sugar. Tho editor of (lie Sovan tiah Georgian has received a sample of mgni raised in Florida. It it almost white, beau lilully groined, nnol perfectly cryatalizeil. ll W03 grown orul made on the plantation of Col. Cole, near Pilutko, and the yield per acre, ofSO acres planted in cane, tins been en average of 1,200 pour da of sugar to llie acta. The Ctin.v Amdassadok. The New York Express learns from a private source that llio Cnndo do Mernsol, sent by tlio Spnnisli Government to inquire into tlio revolutionary nfiairs in Cuba, had arrived at Ilivnna on tlio 4tli, had already entered cn l!ie duties of his in ission. COMMERCIAL. OlTICB GLASGOW WEr.Kr.V TtlMRS. May 2d, lSoO. Tin wolher fur the pnst week 1ms Iron cool and pleasant; business continues brisk and '.aple orlicles (except c.ft'ce, which is given May a little in cctiscrpitnco of tlio decline in the southern murkot,) maintain full pnices. River at a stund ord in fino b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 May 1850

Eieltind to the Lored Ours at Home. Be kind to thy father-for when t!iou wcr! young Wlio loved tlico so fondly as lie! He caught tho firstacccnts that fell from tliy loiigui, Amljaini'd in tliy innocent glee. E- kind to tlio father, for now he is iM, lli htcks intermingled with gray, JIisi fu'it-trp aro feeble-unco fearless and bold: Thy fu'hcr in passing away. Be kind to thy mother for low on her bro.v May truces of sorrow bs seen; O.l well may'st thou cherish and comfort her now, For loving and kind hath she been. Remember thy mother for thee will she pray, As long as (JoJgivth her breath. With occcnlsof kindness, then cheer her lone way, E'en to the dark valley of death. r.u kind to thy brother his heart will have dearth, If tho smile of thy love bo withdrawn; The (lowers of fueling will fade at their birth, If the duw of affection be gone. Be kind to thy brother wherever you arc. The love of a brother slmll l0 An ornament purer and richer, by far, Than pearls from the depths of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 May 1850

f I ai:k ii ;itn:i;: Volume 1 1. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES - rWBLISHED EVERY Til OTISDAY OQlce on Water Slrtet, Uluirs,- text door to. thi Viatgntc House TEHMOP PUBLICATION. Frrene year, if paid in advance, If not paid before the end of the rear, ' ' ' CMTBS. ' 5 copies 1 year in advance, 10 . . n 20 ,!....; .' . .. 25 " " 30 " " ' 1 (10 3 (10 9 on 15 110 25 00 28 (10 90 00 TERMSOK ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar Tor the first, and DO cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, . . . Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. ' ODHT1CS.S1 BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS,' Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, anil lor sale low. AGENTS FOR TIMS TAPER, V. 13. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive subscriptions, and make Collectionsforthe Times, at his of fices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Ches...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 May 1850

THE TIMES SG O W, .TIo. THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1850. Sr. Luuii Advertisements. Sever I newodvertiscmcnls will be found in our columns ihis inorning.fiom business men in St. Louis. Vc have a person si acquaintance with these houses, and recommend our frieuds who may want anything in their line, to give them a call, when they visit the city. The Belle op the West. Whilst descending tho Ohio river on the 24th ull., the Licilo t'f tho Wot, when about cno mile below Warsaw, Ky., caught Lie and was almost wholly consumed, with every thing on board. All eiTorts to check the flames proved unavailing. She had, when see left Cincinnati, about 400 passengers on board; about 1 00 of whom are supposed to have cither been drown-' cd or burned to death. So sudden am! overwhelming was the rush ofthc flames. that escape seemed entirely impossible The officers and crew saved their lives by jumping ovorboard. The scene is described a having beca otio of the most agonizing ever witnessed. There wore on board...

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. — 9 May 1850

,. A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. Notices of tir-w and wor.drrful discoveries bava become so .common, thai llie afflicted look with a jfolous eye upon any new rem tdy brought before the public, for; the cure of any d isoase Dot atill, there are circum nance, which sometimes demand o( very ' philanthropist, and friend of hu maiiiiy that such notice should be made, The objret of this ta to 'direct attention to a mod valuable discovery and remedy known as Moktimobe's Rhtumatic Com pound and Blood Purifier. Dr. Morlimore reside in St. Louis, where he has establish ed a Medical Depot, which ho has had in sue cessful opeiation for more than one'year.du ring which limo. we understood more than even hundred case of Rheumatism have passed under his treatment, with uniform success. Some, of them were fiooi foreign countries, as well aa from the various cities of our Union. And very mony of them were, fiomevidences they hove given, ca ara of the most obstinate character, and of " tohg iiBiiJing! Some ...

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. — 9 May 1850

Howard High School, -FAYETTE. MO. riHE Turillh Session of this Institution J. will roinmonre on Monday llthinst, and continue four months. TERMS: For the Primary Studies, $." PO Cumiiiiin English Branches, ti (l) Higher ' .r)it Latin and Greek Languages, 10 CO EXRTA CHARGES. Music, with ue of Piuno, 14 f0 without 12 (1(1 Drawing and Painting, 0 00 French, B 00 Vocal music will bo taught gratis. Good honrdingcan be prucurcd at from if 1 25 to s2 00 per week. Tho Board of Instruction for tlin ensuing term w ill consist of the following persona. Rev. W. T. t.fcar, A. M. Superintendent and Principal of the Femalo Department. W. T. Davis, A. B. Principal of the Male Department. Miss C. S. White, teacher of Music " S. Bell, " " Drawing and Fainting and assistant in Femalo Department. Miss L. C. I. eland, Assistant in tho Fe male Depart tncnt. O. C. lluiTAKEr., Assistant io the Male Department. Muns. J. E. Hamilton, teacher ol trench and German. PAMT, C. MAJOR. C'ni'n b'rd of Trustees. Fay...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 May 1850

1 1 CLAItK II. Volume 1. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES runusitEn cvenv Thursday. Of.ce on Water Street, V) Stain, door to the. Uiusgnto House. vcxt TfiMIBOF PUBLICATION Fc r one yenr, it paid in advance, ?2 00 1 f not paid before the end of the year, 3 1)11 CI.UB8. 5 copies 1 vear in advance, 10 5t) m it 25 41 ' 30 i ii . - - 0 00 15 00 25 Ml 00 3" 00 j One square, (U lines or less) One Dollar I iians' "avc nominated James U. broad for tlm first, ui;d 50 cents for eaoh subsequent j head, Esq., of Bowlinirrcen, as their Insertion. Libera! deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB VIUNT1NO, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms.' ' 'JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, anJ far sale low. AGEXTS FOIl THIS PAPETt. V. B. Paliwcr, Esq., is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscriptions. nd make Collect ions for the Times, at Ins of. 5ccs in the following cities: ' Pntt.ADEi.pni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 May 1850

V THE TIMES n' tt L A S O W. M o. THURSDAY, MAY 1C. 1830. S. . . 1 .. i n w CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION JOHN G. MILLER. The voice of ihe Wliigs of this Con gressional District seems to be ogainst holding a Convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate while at the same time it points with great unanim ity to Jho. G. Miller, of Cooper coun ty, as the person who is to be our standard-bearer in the canvass for Con gress this summer. Wo have advoca tcJ tho holding of n Convention, not o much for the purpose of nominating a candidate, as for consultation upon points touching the canvass for the Leg islature, as well as that of Congress. Our friends take a different view, and it is now too late to lose further timo in discussion, or to gel the machinery for a Convention in opcrati m. The Boon ville Observer, the Columbia States man, and the Paris Mercury, have res pectively nominated Mr. Miller, as have the Whigs of several counties, in public meetings assembled. This being the case, ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 May 1850

X Our venerable friend of the Fayette Democrat publishes the following para graph in his last paper : 'ho Niiskfturi Statesman announces Col. Samuel A. Younj, of Boono county, oa a candidate for tha Stale Senale, for ilia Dis trict composed of Boone and Audrian. We have heard of this nomination with much pleasure, for we have understood from the best authority, that Col. Young takes the ground (hat Congress has not (lie Consilium lional power to pass iha Wilmot Proviso thai ha boldly denies that power to Congress that ho repudiates the Denton, Miller, Van Buren, and the whole batch of St. Louis and Xorthern Free Soilcrs, on that head j ond not only so, but that ha openly and manfully declares that ho will not support any man who advocates that doctrine.'' Wo know from recent conversation with Col. Youno, that Mr. Miller has not a more ardent friend in the District than the Co!. and that ho will not only tahc plcasuie in voting for him. but will use his timo and talents to per suade ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 May 1850

Time is not of Years. I saw a castle grim and grey, .Standing alone on a rocky way, And crumbling slowly to decay, Its mouldering stones appear; And a sparkling rill danced on near by, Blithely as it had done for aye: And it seemed to me, as it gushed, to say ''Oh! lime is not uf years!" I saw the pomp of the lordly great, Passing away from its ancient state, Oblivion over their name and fate, Her sepulchre uprears; And 1 heard a voice fiom the mighty past, Calling the names which forever last, And shouting loud as the winter blast, "Oh, time is not of years!" I saw a gid in her beauty's prime, Worn with the weight of care and crime, Mourning the waste of her girlhood's lime With a woe too wild for teais; And an old man, tossing a child's play. With silver hair and an eye whose ray, As it glanced at the blue sky seemed to say "Oh, time is not of years!" BEAUTIFUL LINES. The following beautiful lines are from the pen of Mr. Pbestice, of the Louisville Journal: The sunset's sweet and ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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