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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 October 1850

' ci, a i:k ii c;i:!:i;i: Volume 1 1. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THOIISOAV. Office on Water Si reel, Up Stairs, door to the Glasgow Home. ttext CRMtOF PUBLICATION. Fcr one year, if paid in advance, If not paid oefurc the end of the rear, clubs. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 10 ' " 20 25 i 30 ' 2 no a (io 9 oo 15 no 25 (Ki 28 (IO 30 00 tfiimsof advertising. On square, (lglinra or less) One Dollar lor the first, and 50 cents foreaeh subsequent insertion. Libera I deductions maile to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. JOB PRINTING, Of everyriescription. exeruted with neatness and despatch, on reasonable iprtns. JOSTICBs' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, snu lor sale low. AGENTS Foil THIS PAITR. V. B. PALMEK, the American Newppt?r Agent, is the only an horized Aferit fur this piper in llie cities of Boston, New York am! Philadelphia, and is duly inpnwered to take advertisements and subscriptions at the rate as required by us. His rec...

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 October 1850

THE TIMES THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1850. tOThe Editor left home yesterday morning, and will be absent a week or two, during which time we ask the in diligence of our readers. Cariiiaob and Dicgies. Wo call the attention of those wishing to pur chase either of the above articles, to the advertisement of Messrs. Perry & llarlholow in another column. Concert. The Concert last Thurs day evening, at Odd Fellows Hal!, was indeed a rich musical treat. The au. dience was very large, and we have ne ver seen the seme number of people so pleased with any performance. The music was excellent, and varied to suit all tastes. DCTHon. W. P. Hall has politely forwarded us several bound political documents of value, for which he has our thanks. Fkost. We had pretty heavy frosts Saturday and Sunday nights. We be lieve the tobacco crop of the country was generally cut before the frost. Missoim IUil Road Hill Defea ted. It turns out that the bill.granting lands to the State of Missouri, to aid in the cons...

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 October 1850

CALIFORNIA LETTER. Sacbamekto Crrr, Aug. 14ih 1050. 4 Ma. Greeh: Psrmit me again lo (res pass upon your valuable columns. Some four mounlhs since, I addressed a few lines lo you, in which I gave you a true alafemont of metiers end things on Deer Creek. I think now, that the same kind of statement, from the above place, will be read with some degree of interest. Our city l this time presents a scene of bustle, and confusion, its streets are crowded to eicess, and at the same lime, the business houses are doing a fair business. Flour is now worth only $20,00 per ubl. at most, Clear Pork 38 per bbl., Sugar 25 cis. per lb., Molassrs $1,75 per gal., and scarce; Butter from $ 1,. 60 to 75 els. per lb. Coffee 60 cm. per lb. k Tea 40 els. per lb., &c, &c. Stock are very low owing to the great number imported into the countiy, by the recent emigration. Good horses are worih from 9175 to $200. Cattle are worth from 50 to $ 100 per yoke. Emigrants are arriving daily, both by land and w...

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 October 1850

FADING. "WE ALL DO FADE A3 A LEAF." Fiding. fading, H are fading No subsian'inl thing if here; Loved one leave ut wo era porting, Pastii g to arioiher sphere. Beauty, wiih her accustomed smiling; And her loa inspiring eya, Fadeth, like the day-god Hying In the twilight summer sky. Like 10 pilgrimi worn and wea'y. Toil we on our weary way. Through this right of life while gasing, For ilia downing of the day. Like a stately psjeant moving, Slowly o'er the trembling earth Past tlie ages dim and hoary, liendir g all to scrptered death. And the tread of valiant nations, Thundering on in mighty line, Leaves a faint and fainter echo, In the ciumbling hall of time. Yes, these bright mnjes'.ic heavens, In this mighty march proclaim, We are passing, we are patsing, Unto nothing, whence we came. But when liko a baseless vision, All have ibd.'d thus away. There is buiii a home eternal For the weary pilgrim's s:ay. On the hill of God it standrih! Rearing high its golden Home, And the song come s...

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 October 1850

x5 I, A It It II CiRREIV: ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. editoic Sc. neoritiETOK. r 1 Toliunc 1 I. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY.;, ('(ice on Water Street, Up Stairs, vext door to the Ulargmc House. , ' T RUM 8 OF rUIl LIC AT ION . . F r one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If uulpaidlicfurc llio end of tlio year, a (10 CI.UH3. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 10 " " " nt i "it ii if) " " ' :i0 " " " 0 00 13 00 25 00 28 00 ao 00 TERJISOf ADVE11T1BINO. Ono square, (1 J lines or less) One Dollar for l!ie first, and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. LiberaldcJuctions made to Merchant and uthcr who advertise by llic year. JOB PRINTING, Of ovcrydeseriptiou. exerulcd with nealuc-s and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand an I for sale low. . AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. ' V. B. TAliMER, the American Newspaper Agent, i the. only aulwrized Agent for this i'per in ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 October 1850

THE TIMES 1LAS OW, itlo. THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1850. 0We are indebted (o the polite nd gentlemanly clerk of the Robert Campbell, Mr. McLiuif, Tor full filet of late St. Louii papers. SoMBTniRO New. We call attention of ihippcre to the advertisement of the Glasgow and Si. Louis Low water picket "Salena" The enterprise is worthy of encouragement. Lady's Boo.The November No. of this periodical is on our (able, filled with its usual quantity of choice read ing. The engravings are admirable, the Evening Star and Lord's Prayer can scarcely be excelled in beauty or originality. STKAMEn Mi'stano Sunk-The Steamer Mustang, in ascending the Mis aouri river on last Thursday struck ,a snag three miles below Brunswick and sunk in S feet water. She was heavily laden, the boat and most of her cargo a total loss, amounting to 990,000. St. Louis IitTKLLioKNCkR. We no lice a chance in the proprietorship of this paper. Mr. Chat lea E. Ramsey who has been connected with that and the New Era has sold out hi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 October 1850

Non-Intbbcovbib Seveoty-ono cit izens of Beaufort, South Carolina, have pledged ihemiclvei never to em ploy a coaster owned by o citizen of ilia North, or manned by a crow. The Charleston Mercury commends their course as "a worthy example!" F. . y DIED At bis reaidence, in Brunswick, on Saturday the 6lh inat., of Bilious Fevsr, after an illness of ihrea weeka, Pitsi Hai ht, in the 63d year of bis age. On Saturday tha 5ih inat., of Typhoid Fever, at tha residence of Dr. Vaughn, in this place, ul ast t-Lii vaiws, m the 15m veai of her sge. Whether it is that pucity and lovelineu are enscparsbly, connected with soma pliys. kal conformation, incompatible with length of days, or that the Creator, in mercy to such beings, will not suffer them to contemplate tha revtue of tha sunny picture, which earth preaents to youthful eyea, we know not. Certain it is, the most beautiful the most amiable the moat lovely but seldom attain maturity. They coma forth aa a flower, and ere cut down e er tha ...

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 October 1850

THINK OF ME LIZZIE. Think of me Lizzie; let memory tenderly Dwell on Ibe rccorJsof which I form part; N-r shun the kind power, exerted tho' slen T) r derly, Which changes my place from the mind to the ( , heart. 1'ti in k of me kindly; prey think o' me kindly Whether r.csr me, is crowds, or ming alone, And regard not my faults, or them but Mindly At gentle as mankind consider their own. Think of me often; do think f me often! With the welcome return of each happy day; Let fteinenl reflection have power to soften Objection, and mellow each blemish away, Tliink of mo over oh, think of me evor! Let my image e'er throb as a pnlic In thy heart; , Fur from mine fate itself haa nut power to sever, Or shade thy dear form, but by death's fatal dart. sgA rusty shield pr.iycdto the sun ami said, "O, sun, illuminate me with thy rays." To which the sun retorted, '"O, shield! make thyself clean." ' Q?WA- sacrifice of property de notes philanthropy, but a sacrifice of lecliiiff denotes love. e-"Wh...

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 October 1850

' Ss J i "vL J A. ' o--- . " "s""ags's"MMa,aBM""t"'ES'w"SEMsssa j i jij-rtwsiriii dimmmemmMsamrmmrymwmmmamBtmnturrmmmmKim CJLAltK II GIlIiEI: "ERllOli CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffesox. EDITOR A: PROPRIETOR. Volume 1 1 . GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. OQict on Water Street, Up Stairs, next 4oor to the Glasgow House. TEIIMSOF FCBLICATIOS. Fi r one year, if paid in advance. If notpaid Before I he end of the year, CLUED 5 copies 1 year in advanco, 10 " " " 20 " " 23 " " " 30 1,2 no 3 (JO 9 00 15 HO 2!) 00 28 01) 30 00 TBRMff OF ADVEBTISINO . 'One square, (14 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 00 cents foreach subsequent iasertiun. Libera! Jeibictions maile to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of evcrydescriptH.n. executed with neatness and despatch, unreasonable terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, Uspt constantly on hand, and lor sale low. AGENTS FOB THIS FAFER. -V. B. TALM...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 October 1850

THE TIMES THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1850. Hon, Thomas H. Bentow, arrived ai BionviMa no the 17th Instant. Which is moiit.- There has been r.nncluded an armistice between the rival factions of the Democratic party in New Yoik, and the different jour nals of that pnny out of the Slate are congratulating themselves and the party on the ftliciiitus union. Wehnve here tofore repressed the opinion that the Ftee Soil wing of the parly had gotten the advantage in the bargain. We now feel convinced of the truth of the opin ion from an announcement in the Even ing Post that the Union Convention had nominated Martin Van Burcn for the Presidency in 1852. From some cause thin portion of the proceedings of the Convention must have been sup pressed as we find (hat the St. Louis Times tho organ of Ami Bentonism in this State denies that any such proceed ing was had. We would be glad that the question was settled, that the Dc tnocracy of this Slate might know whether ihey ore to hold fellowship with o parl...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 October 1850

Bountv Land. Persons entitled to land, under the recent act of Congress, re referred to the advertisements of Messrs. Shackelford and Stratton, of this place, Andrew J. IIcrndon.Esq., of Fayetic, and Col. John II. Trice of Boonrille, who are now prepared to prosecute their claims. we me indebted to Mr. Haymokd, the polite c!;!i k of the fine steamer Sur anak, for nver f,vor. The S. passed up the" river yesterday morning, and will return about Sunday, affording . travellers a good opportunity to take a passage on a light draught, safe and ex ceedingly well managed craft. Howard IIousk.--Ws observe that our old friend, W. G. Chilf.s, has opened a house of entertainment in, this place, at the old Maynard stand of the above tide. Those who give him a call may rely on finding all those comforts which make one feel at home, though abroad. Pi blic Sentiment im tub South. Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Livingston, Alabama, to his friend in Washington: 'We held a meting here some we...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 October 1850

FROM MARY. Oh.J would hm thy breast to know, The pangs that toiture m!n, f .But only to rhy heart (o show How I lament o'er thine; And I would have such tear to burn Thy liii iheu by met Cut only thai thy heait might learn How I have wept for thee. I'd have thee bear the painful thought That haunt lot like uiioe; But only 'till thy heart was taught, How oft it brooi's o'er thine. And thou uliould'st mourn o'er wasted love O'er ruined hopes, like mine; But only that thy heart might prove, My sorrow felt for thee. I'd have thee Teal the wounds of pride Within this bressi of mine; But only 'till thv heart had tried How it has bled for thine And thou should'athave parent's woo, As it is felt by me; But only that thy heart might know My sympathy Tor thee. I'd have thee prove bow I deplore Sucb blight of life as mint; But only 'till thy heart, no more, Could doubt my grief for thine; And thou should'st even feel the deep The keen remorse in me; But only that thy heart might weep Ona woe, ...

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 October 1850

I CI, A It K m;i:A: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT TREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. II Yoluiuo 1 1 . GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES FUDLtSIIED RVER X TIIUI1S0AY. 'Ofice on Water Slreel, Up Stairs, next Uvor to the Glasgow House. TEHM80F PCBt.lCATIO!. Ti. t one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not it id before tho end of the year, 3 00 ct.uns. " c;opins 1 yen r in odvn nee, 10 " " " 0 00 15 DO 2.i 00 a no so oo 'Jit HO TERMS OF AI.'VEr.TIMM! . One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar fur llic first, and 00 rents forcach suhscrjucr.t insertion. Libcroldcd'ictiuns made to Merchants and (it hers who advertise hy the year. JOB riUNTlN'R, Of overydeseription. executed with noalness and despatch, on reason We terms. justices' blanks and blank pf.i.ds. Neatly execuled, kopt constantly on liand, and for sale low. aifENTs von Tins rApr.r, . V. B. TALMER, tlo American Newspaper A pent, is the only au horized Agent fur this ptier in ihe cities of E.iln, New Y...

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 October 1850

THE TIMES -0 (LASGOW, Mo. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1850. TO CORRESPONDENTS. ,.. "A Clean Whig" shall appear nest week.' , "J. U. J." Advance payment is no c?uary to receive the magazine. i PROTRACTED MEETING. A Protracted meeting will commence iu the Christian Church in thia place, this evening, and continue until Sun day and perhaps longer. Elders Church, Henderson, and other Ministers will be in attendance. FROM CALIFORNIA RETURN ING EMIGRANTS. Information has been received by telegraph to St. Louis, that the follow ing gentlemen residents of this county, arrived at New York on the lOili, di rect from California: Weston F. Birch, Jas. T. Birch, S. C. Huicheson, Jas. F. Morrison, Josiah Tim! all, Jag, Tindall, Thot. M. Lewis, R. Baskot.and James II. Palton. They ought to reach home by to-day. Several of these gentle, men, it will bo recollecte J, crossed (lie plains last spring; the cause of (heir early return is not yet known. Jbut the prevailing opinion seems to be thui they reached 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. — 31 October 1850

lOTho fino little steamer Cora, ir rived here last night, and returned this morning. She passed the Salena at Jcfforion City; with ordinary running she ought to bo here this evening, and will most propably luave to.morrv. rX7Anoihcr fire occurred in St. Louis, last Saturday morning, which destroyed the building on Pine atrcet occupied by S. II. Bailey, manufac turer of candy. His loss was not very heavy. Mr. James Green, whovas preparing a city Directory, and Mr. Neidner. job printer, who had offices in the same building, lost heavily, con sidering their business. Messrs. Lou rcal and Taylor, next door, also lost some little in liquors. PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. The mist has at last cleared away fram the Pennsylvania election, and the Harrisburg Telegraph says it exhibits the following result: Whigs Joseph It. Chandler, Henry D. Moore, Thadeus Stevens, II. M. Ful ler, Thomas M. Bibighause, Joseph Kuhns, John Allison, John V. Howe, Thomas M. Howe, and John W. Wal ker 10. LocobccjThomas ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 October 1850

Written for the Saturday Gazette. LOVE SONG FOR MUSIC .,,. 1 T MAT. . . 3,1 tU I tell thee that I love thee. And how truly end how wcl.T There i nought around, above mc, By which try love to teli. I might say I love the dearly, As the blossom loves the dew;. ' That all sweet, rtfinhing g'a loess, Fiom thee my spirit drew. A the moon, with fondest Jiansport, Loves the sun's unclouded bUze, So I glory in thy presenco, To riflcct thy brilliant raya. Yet these figures both are feeble, Love's rapture to disclose, For, one ray of warmer sunshine , And tho dew drop leaves the rosie. Anil the moon with sliange iiicrnstai.rf, No more displays his light, ' When datk clouda of gloomy lempe-t (Hs'sprtad the face of n;glit. TUre is nought I see in Nature j Which can show my love for tiite, I For no cloud ot brilliant sunshine Can niaUe a change it: me. I rJjgrTo lie driven by external mo tives from the path which our own heart approve": to give way to any thing but conviction; to suffer the opin...

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. — 7 November 1850

WIesotm Wee Mi) 11 '",,J,M,lj''",'',,,''B''',MW'',MII,,',MS1',','a UJIIi UE3Ml!iriMMIWMWMtMiaaa3g CI.ARK II. tiKEEX: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT ." Jerri:.). i.imtoi: & rnorRicTOR. Volume 11 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERT THCRSOAT. OJJice on Water Street, Up Stain, door to the Glasgow Home. next TERMSOF PUBLICATION. Fr. r one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If notpaid before I lie end of the year, 3 (10 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " ' 15 no 2( " " 25 00 25 " " 28 HO SO " " 30 00 TERMSOF ADVERTISING . One square, (12 lines or less)One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each subsequent insertion. Liberaldeductionsmade to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of everyrtescription. executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, to J for sale low. AGENTS rOR THIS PAPER. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper A cent...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 November 1850

THE TIMES GLASGOW, Mo. COL. BENTON. We learn from the Jefferson Inquirer that Col. Benton left that place on the ' 1st for St. Louit. tO"Whathas become of the Boon title Democrat! Hai it gone the way of til flesh? I UTE tUII VU.1UKESSSI.1. 1 HO Kill- ial vote for Congressmen, at the Au gust election, will be found on the first ' page of today's paper. 0CJMr. It. K. McL-bah, of the fine little steamer Robt. Campbell, will ac cept our thanka for files of St. Louis papers. RANDOLPH CIRCUIT COUUT. The November Term of the Ran dolph Circuit Court commences next Monday. Imsvranck. It will be seen by refer. ence to our advertising columns that j Messrs. Perry & Euriholow have been appointed agents for the Columbus In surance company, and are prepared to issue all descriptions of fire and marine policies, on as favorable terms as the offices of St. Louis. This company has a large capital, and a well-cstab " lished reputation for promptness and liberality in adjusting losses. Messrs. P. ...

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. — 7 November 1850

Judoi Douglass, at Chicaoo. The common council of Chicago passed res olutions ogainit the Fugitive Slave Law, and advised resistance to its oper etions. Senator Douglass, a short time afterwards addressed a mass meeting in that place, and upset the fanatics in toto. 'The Journal says he spoke for three hours and a half reviewing of his own course and that of his collea gue declaring himself opposed to np plying ihe Wilmot Proviso to territories, and that the vote ho had heretofore gi. . ven for that purpose, was in obedience to instructions a vote he never thought ot without mortification and advoca ted in a most alio manner the measures passed upon by Congress. Ho defen ded the Fugitive Slave Law, and urged with ability its claims to favor advo cated submission to if, and avowed that his vote would hove been recorded in its favor, hod circumstances permitted him to have been in his seat when it passed the Senate. He plead to "ihe bill of indictment" of the Common Council,and denoun...

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. — 7 November 1850

r KIND WORDS. There'f pleasure in lb - unshine, That eleeps on the hill In Iht Ml of tha water In the lefoof the rill la tlx let ret th it ara stirring By the brttih of the wind; But rowhre each phraser As in words that ere kind. The bright clouilt thtt cover The cerulean skies, And the Autumn's sweet sunset. How dear to the eyes! . Fut brighter end dearer The affectionate mind, Thtt daily mill utter The words that ere kind. 1 loic the celm waters. The sky and the earth The morning tt.tt bringetb The sunshine to birth: Sweet bloom end rare beauty t every whery where end But these are as nothing To words that are kind. O, lift the dark mantle That shadows the heart, And Hie rum-hiue of plsa-ur To the wretched imparl; When sorrow is pressing Be ready to bind, With the love of pure virtue And word that are kind. "Oil FOR A LODGE!" We heard some time ogo, a story about a sedate quiet, easelovin": cit izen, who was so much tormented bv the continual discussions and wranglings of the vill...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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