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Bath Independent (Newspaper) - February 28, 1880, Bath, Maine 1 + 4 F 4 i1 � ii' |1-* SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1880, - * NO. 12. CHANCE. w word unspoken, a hand tuiPreseed, A word unseen or a thought ungnesied. 'Ana Boulfl that were Kindred may live apart, Never to meet or know the troth, Never to know how heart beat with heart In the dim put days of a wasted youth. She>hall not know how his pulees leapt When over bis, tempiee n er ireesea swept; As she leaned to give him the jasmine wreath She tel this breath,and her face flushed red With the passionate lore that choked her breath, And saddens her Uf enow her youth Is dead. A fadedjwoman who wait* for death And murmurs a name beneath her breath ; A cynical man who scoffs and jeers At women and love In the Of en day, And at night-time kisses, -with bitter tears, A faded fragment of Jasmine spray. -London Society, Grump anil His Pet. TBUH romance op mining life OOZiOXtADO. in r On a certain day in November, 1864, ihere meandered into the new mining camp at Painter Bar, Colorado, an individual who was inBtantly pronounoed, oil voices concurring, the nglieet man in Ifeeoamp. The adjective ugly wes applied to the man's physiognomy alone; but time soon gave the word, as applied to him, a far wider significance. In fact, the word was not at all equal to the requirements made of it, and this was probably what influenced the prefixing of numerous adjectives, sacred and profane, to this little worJ of four letters. The individual in question stated that he came from " no-whar in pertipklar," �nd the savage, furtive glance that shot from his hyena-like eyes seemed to plainly indicate, why the land of his origin was so indefinitely located,- A badly broken nose failed to soften the expression of his eyes, a long, prominent, dull red soar divided one of his
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