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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 March 1853

imc CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. fry 5 ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. r1, n e i i i-ie. i .j i VOL. 14. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1853 NO. 1. V. A. HAY AUK, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Ul.Y GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Halt, Caps, Hard and Qiicciuwarr, Naitl, Sic, waths street, Glasgow, mo. TAt.LV & MATTHEWS, m j CABINET MAKE RS. eV Water S'.rect, Clauow. ' 1 I tlSLS, r,l2 Z KTlSLKi kinds of 1'crnitchk. 0 Jo hand. &'Zlto'lltt,lerMlW'te' " " 1 - ' J" cars. B r f-rn n c, V . tt... s- . t ,(nnr. t I U have associated theuisehes in the practice of Medicine, U.c, &c. Oilicc next door to Dr. V'. ' CARLOS BOARDMAN, Aitorncy at Law, Linneus, Linn County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law, In I Linn and the adjoining counties. All bui-', ness entruited to his care will receive prompt at ention. April i, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMEROX, DEALER IN f Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Water S'rcet, Glaszcn; Mo. KEEPS constantly oa hand a general s...

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 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1853. ! THE TIMES. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, March 3,63. XIV Volume. This number commences the Fourteenth olume of the Times ; and we are highly gratified nt bcinp aWc to stale that it enters upon the fourteenth year of its existence with a larger amount of subscriber!, and a better advertising patronage than it lias ever had, or enjoyed. This is gratifying tons, indeed; not so much for the pecuniary gain nit from'thc reflection that our efforts and ibors are appreciated by n generous com munity. Our constant aim shall be to cx nd the circulation and usefulness of the rjper, by making it more acceptable to (be omiuunity in which it is located. As be re remarked, our subrcription list is lar rr than it has ever been, and is increasing very week. Our new terms On I Dl UI in Advance work well; and by the -dose of the present volume we shall have two thousand subscribers, if they continue to come in as they have for the last few ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 March 1853

aart GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1853. THE TIMES. Hannibal and St. Joaeph Rail Road. A meeting of the Directors or the Hanni bal and St. Joseph Rail Road, will be held in this city, next Monday. 33" A. VV. Lane, Esq., subscribed for the Times, and we have been sending It to Cimbridsre, Saline count)'. The Post Mas ter advises us it ris not taken out. and tlia1 no such person lives there. We shall ho pleascl to receive such information as will mblc us to direct his paper rijiht. Polar flttr. See card of this bttUtlful new boat. Cipt. Bsiehlt, her commander, is an old favorite on our river, and will be none the less sn, on account of his ni w craft, which was built under his immediate supervision. with direct reference to the Missouri trade She combines all the essenliils required for first class boat, and with Cant. B. on the deck, we could sleep with perfect compo sure, even in the absenseof a Lite Boat orJ Preservers. When vou want to (ravel look at her adverti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1853. Speoch of Mr Geyer. Tlio following rcm-irks were made by Hon . H. S. GtxtH in th Senate, Otl the! , . ji. . .' .. nmendmont offered by Mr. Cuask to the Pncifio Railroad Bill: ' ' , Mr. President, I regard llic omendmont i submitted by tliti Senntor fn in Ohio, M ve- 1 ' . . : ry important Itl View ol the Inme Of this : bill. II proposes to fix the terminus of the ' 1 r i road, and of one road oil'.y somewhere on . 1. . sf: : . 1...1 1 C inc. i.iissoiui nvci, uciwccn i iHii'ji.iii:ieiiei: . the westernmost town in Missouri, and K inesville. Iowa. If that proposition pre- ., . ... . , , vni.s, it will be destructive to the bill. The bill is predicated upon the idea that the rood is to be made by public lands, and that the' bl anches are to be made in the same way. If you make 11 grant ot land ol lorty miles in width, and on either side, j ot: cut off ail connection witli any branches to be made 111 the same wny. The bill contempla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 March 1853

Wcc Ulji (lime pie 5 ONE DOLLAR PER KKUM, f INVARIABLY ix advance. CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1853. NO. 2. VOL. 14. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Hall, Cap, Hard tad Qtmniwarr, Nail, t)e., WATER STRKF.T, GLASGOW, MO. tn TALLY & MATTHEWS, a CABINET MAKE RS. vfe T Water Street, Glansou-. ' THE TIMES. Appointments by the Governor. Curators of the Sale l.'ni versify, appointed by Gov.' Price for four years next ensu ing. Charles S. Stone, Win. H. Duncan and Wilt, make to order, in the neatest and most a-ihiouable style, and from the best materials all kiadsef FoaMToaa. . Henry F. Gary, of Boone county I anicmar ai lein iuu pici m mam ii fulfil,?. Alto Pa!et Metalic Coffin kept constantly on t and. IJT Shepseeenn door above Die Post Office. September 2, 1852. CARD. DOCTORS' VATJGlf AN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in tjie practice of Medicine, 4tc, &c. Office next door t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1853. THE TIMES. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, March 10, 1853. The Inaugural. President Pierce's Inaugural Address will be found in our column to-day. It was telegraphed to the St. Louis papers and was copied from them. There are evident ly some errors in it, but the President';, general ideas can be ascertained. The President is evidently a Fillibuskr. for he says "my administration will not be controlled by any tim'd forebodings of evil from expansion." But in his expansive ideas he expects to be governed by policy which will leave no "blot upon our fuir name." Cuba, Canada, and a part of Mex ico may readily be annexed under his platform, and it is not to be denied but that lie will find backers in any such enterprise. He gives whig office-holders but little hope, and office seekers but poor consolation. The former was expected, and wc care not how roughly he deals with the latter. The President is "sound on the nigger questio...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1853. .A THE TIMES. Prize Medal Missouri Tobacco. The following is a copy of a letter to our fellow-townsman, Capt. W. J. Strattoh, informing him of the award made to him by jury of the Royal Commissioners of the World's Fair, held in London, in 1851, for his specimens of Manufactured Tobacco ex hibited. The Tobacco was grown and man ufactured here: Executive Mansios, ) Washington, January 31, 1853. To W. J. Stbattok, Glasgow, Howard co., Mo. Sir: I have the pleasure to inform you that a Jury of the Royal Commissioners connected with the Exhibition of the Works of all Nations, at London in the yogf 1851, in consideration of your having exhibited "specimens of Manufactured Tobacco," has awarded you an Exhibitor's Medal, Certifi cate, and a copy of the Reports of tho Ju ries. These articles are in the possession of Col. Peter Force of this city, Chairman of ; the American Executive Committee, and , will be forwarded to you by such mode...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1853. Fiomthe Now York Spirit of the Time,. The Major's First declaration. "I always was " sai'l tin' A 1 .1 j i r . slowly filling hi plass, "wliat you might call 'a bashful man, among the women. I am as bold as a lion with the mrn, but some how, when I Arid myself in company Ot Indies, 1 feel my valor 'oozing out at my Hngfr'l ends.' It "s a kind ol constitutional weak ness of mine, decidedly provoking to my self, and troublesome to my friends, and what's worsr, I don't got rid of it, and on this account it was mnsl likely ihtrl 1 lived to be twenty-eight, and had never made love to mortal woman. 'Well, about that time (when 1 had eele brnted my twenty-eight birth day) the old gentleman (that is Major senior) had a '.aim against the government that Mcdcxl nursing,' and so he sent me on to Wattling ion to attend to it. He save me loiters 10 several Hon. M. C.'s, witli instructions never to stop worrying 'em until 1 got the bill pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 March 1853

(5lacoto CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 5 ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 14. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1853. NO. 3- I A. 8AVAUE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DBT GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Hate, Caps, Hard atid Queentware, Kails, IfC, WATtl Si nn T, GLASGOW, MO. A TAI.I.V & MATTHEWS ik CABINET MAKE 1 " ICafcr Street, Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kinds of Furniture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on hand. fug" Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &.c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. Aiurust7, 1851. THE TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING BY CLARK H. G REE X, At One Dollar Per Annum, Invaria bly in Advance. ("Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1853. rn ir n I 111, T I I 17 c 1 liUJjO J k. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, Marc'j 17, 1S"3. Congressional Canvass in this District Froo Soilsrs. The editor of tlio Bloomington Republican is taking a deep interest in the subject o! the Congressional canvass in this District, and has started with a lie and a slander in his mouth, against Ul and the Whig party, which wc take the liberty of correcting al once. Fbei: Soil is to bo his cry. Fail Soil Whig Beutoa Whigs D'.air Whigs. Wo disclaim all such handles to our Whig grrv, and ho who prefixes them in applies tii m to us, we pronounce a slanderer and coluraniator. If thero is any sterna at tached to being culled a Cuv Whig, we are willing to bear it for we profess to be a Clav Whig, and are willing to defend and uphold his Whipgery. A Fr Sfl Whig, we trust cannot be found on Missouri's soil: but if there be such, we want no fellowship with them. With Benton's or Blair's Free Soil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 March 1853

1 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MORNING, MARCH 17, 1S53- THE TIMES New Goods. Friend Damf.ron lias a houso full of New Goods, having just retitrn od from the East, wlicro he displayed his well known taste in selecting every thing that combines beauty and utility. Call and sec him. Advertisements next week. 2fThe Hon. John Wentworth tele graphs home, that Harry Wilton is appointed Marshal of Illinois; Tlios. Hoyne, United States District Attorney; Isaac Cook, Post master; E. B. Williams, Receiver, and James Long, Register at Chicago; Wm. B. Snow hook, Collector. Sold Out. The "St. Louis Union" has sold out to the "Missouri Democrat," of that citv. Since Benton discarded the "Union" and started the "Dcmocratt," the "Union" has been without a party, and has finally been swallowed up by the New Or gan, which is the only American democratic paper in St. Louis. St. Louis Market. Hemp, at our last advices, was selling at from ijtSX) to $110. per ton; a lot of 50 bales sold last Friday at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TOjfiS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1853. School Law. The EcNsnr of the Paris Mercury, who was a "working member'' of the !a!t sess iotl of the Legislature, give, the following synopsis of the School Law, as amended proposes an entire change in our pre rcnl school law simplifies the mode of or janising school townships and districts distributes the means of education equally -mong all the free white children ever five ana under twenty years of ngc provides for the election of a Slate Superintendent at u salary of $1500, to be appointed by the Governor for the first year, and then to be d by liie people on the first Monday in August, 1854, and every two years there jf'er provides for one school commission er for each county, to be appointed by the County Courts, at a salary of $2 per day for not exceeding 100 days in euch year, 1 three Trustees, to be elected annually in each school district, on the first Saturday li each year. The bill sets opart twenty- ftvo per cent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 March 1853

onto Wee klv Qimei. CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 14. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1853. NO. 4. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, What oan be got for Five Dollars. rTMIE undersigned have entered into an arranee- X .. .Iflh 1 .. ill t,, Till. . . . A m- -I - UIISIH U UKI OEItC III ' I I IMC Halt, Laps, tiara aw wrensu-art, raui, etc., , Knickerbocker Magazine, ( monthly, 1 the Home I Journal, (weekly.) and the Musical World and; Times, (weekly,) to new subscribers at the very moderate price of five dollars a year for the three WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO CARD. pvOCTORS VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL J have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, 4ic. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August7, 1851. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Idnoens, Lisa County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness entrusted t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1853. THE TIMES. llUUSIlID ivehv thcesuw mornini; BY CLARK It. G R F. E JV, At Ost Dollar Prn Amsvm, Invaeia DLT 1H ADTASCK. c i . . . ,. .... ! ,TS Sub.cr.nt oni nmn,n v (lmrntitiniirrt af tb ' uxm i ' . . i ' -- - expiration ol the time, paid for.J ArTtnTiUMCNTs inserted at the usual rates, liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of erery description preBplj executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS. V. P. Palmer is our only Authorised Ac.es! in Hew Vork, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Boardman, Linneus. G. H. Burkchart. Huntsville. Thos. G. Sharp. Bloomington. .'amis Flora, Kloretta. J. H. Penky. Penny's P. O. Powell h. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. .T. Horsely. Keytesville. G. H. Hobble. Trenton. y Postmasters generally are authorised to re- eeive monies for subscription or adv.-rti.intr jSAI! Agents are requested to remit by mail, ' whenever they have convenient amounts. j CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1853. THE TIMES. New Jewelry Store. Messrs. Shepard & Robertson have moved into their New Store, on Water street, and are opening a very extensive and beautiful assortment of Watches and Clocks, Silver Ware, Jewelry of every de scription, and Fancy Articles. They have , fitted up one of the handsomest establish ments in our place, und have really a beau tiful assortment of the latest styles of arti cles in their line. Their stock has been laid in with great care, at the lowest cash rates, and they feel confident they can please all who will favor them with a call. Give them a call. "I DIGEST." Suchisthe true mtanino of the word "Pepsin," or of the two Greek words from which it is derived. This is the significant and appropriate title of the tme Dixt'stivr Flint, or Gastric Juice, prepared by Dr. J. S. Houghton, of Philadelphia, from the fourth stomach of the ox, for the OUre of Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It is nature's own remedy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 March 1853

.... GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAROH 24, 1853. GEN. SCOTT TAKES HIS DEFEAT. During the debate in the House of Representatives last week, Mr. Gorman, a Democrat, while speaking in favor of conferring the title of Lieutenant General upon Gen. Scott related the following anecdote, to show the complacency with which the gallant chieftain looks upon the Presidential defeat of November last. Mr. Gorman said, some weeks since I called upon him, and asked why he did not come down that we might see him. He replied that he had not been out, having been confined to the discharge of his official business but would be happy to see his friends; and then added : "several days ago, I was invited to visit New York for the purpose of attending the funeral of the Duke of Wcllineton, but declined because I had been buried a short time before, and tho't that it would not look well to see one dead man follow to the grave another."' The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Clipper also ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 March 1853

litre Uh) imt. CLARK H. GREEN, ) EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ) mwm m mmm, mmmnmR urn wmi mrmmm. J ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 14. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1853. NO. 5 F. A. RATAOfi, DEALER IN" FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC D3Y GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Halt, Cap'. Hard aii'l QneMMMWISj 1Mb, WATCR STKF.KT. OtASOOWj MO. CARD. rvOCTORS VAPGHAN ft CAMPBELL, i. have titociated themselves In the practice of What can be got for Five Dollars. fT riilir. undent ncd have entered into an arrnntrc- ment bj which llicy agree to furnish the Knickerbocker Magazine, ( monthly.) the Home Journal) (weekly.) and Hip MnttmlwarM ami Times, (weekly to new subscribers at the very II V 1 I I L roaLtsHSO aveav TttcasDAV stoiunMa R v CT. A 1! K II. a It K EJV. moderate price'of fn c dollars a vear for the three . . r nnhlictin ,s. All orders, enclosifie thai amount At On r. DOLLAR Vr.n Annim, Invaiuv- From tb Missouri Democrat of the 21t March. Messrs. Phelps and Lamb. We lav before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1853. THE TIMES. Ft'BI ISIIlin F.VtIV THfRSPAV MOBNfNi; liY CLARK II. GREEN, At One Doixab Per Annum, Invahia dly in Advance. kgT3iibscriplions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid for.gJ Aov ertisem ents inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Or every description promply executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS. V. B. Palmer is our only authorised Agent in VtW York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Boa bpm an, Linneus. O. H. Bubkcii a rt. Huntsville. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. James Flobe, Florelta. S. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell A Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Horsely, Keytcsvitle. G. H. IIi'dble. Trenton. (J Postmasters generally are authorised to re veiv monies for subscription or advertising. (g5rAU Agents are requested to remit by mail, whenever they have convenient amounts. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, March 31, 1853. Glasgow and Cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1853. THE TIMES. Glasgow and Chariton Plank Road. In pursuance of provisions of the Charter, Books for subscription of stock lo the above road will opened next Saturday, at the fol lowing places. In Glasgow, at the Store houses of James S. Thompson, and Perry & Bartholow. In Monticello, at the office of W. A. M'Clurc. Persons desiring tn take stock are desired to call early, as the books will be closed as oon as the requisite amount is subscribed, and an election of President and Directors ordered. New jEWELnv. Mr. John Chamberlain has just returned from St. Louis, with a new stock of Jewelry, which he is opening at his old stand, on Market street. He has renovated his establishment, refurnished it, and desires to see old customers and the public generally. Advertisements next week. New Saddlebv Establishment. It will tie seen by his advertisement in to-day's paper, that Mr. DrThas opened a New Sad dlery Establishment in our plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 March 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 81, 1853. Till: DKAU. Thr don. I ill. mip arc great ! While heavenly plant? Mutt-OS earth, The .'Oil is one ot dowles dearth ; Put when they die a Mourning shower Comes ihwn and makes their WCBroHoa tlowo Willi o4or iwm! though late. The li ad alone an: fair I While they art' with US, strange lines play Before DM cyca, r.p:l rhase awnv God' light ; hut let '.hem pale ami .lie, And ' '.vet the store of memory There is no envy tlierr. The dead alnne Rre ilear ! While Hi. , bote, lone shadows fall Down on our forms anil darken all ; But when they leave us, all the shade Is round our own - id footsteps made. And they are bright and clear. The dend ftlone rre blest 1 While they nr.- herecloudfl mar the day, A nd hitter no'.i -falls nip their May But when their lt-ni st-timc is done, Tlie tight ana heal of Heaven'sown sun Broods on their land of rest. ';Our aristocracy," said a divine in his Thanksgiving sermon. " is a mat'er of dollars and ce...

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