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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 October 1848

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. ftKEEN Ai SiJIIlM.V, " ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COtiBAT IT." Jefferson EDITORS Ac. PROPRIETORS. Volume O. WLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1818. Number 31. at GEN. TAYLOR AT PASS CHRISTIAN COMPLIMENTARY TOAST. 5ih. Gen. Zachary Taylor, our honored guest. Great in his incorruptible honesty; strong in his inflexible firmness-; invincible in his steady independence; as n soldier, de liberate and cool in action, wise in council, end a successful conquerer; a man who has dono his whole duty as a citizen and as a aoldier. A sentiment by ihe ladies of Pass Christian: Gen. Taylor Husband, father, friend; gentleman, warrior, Christian. The fiee women of our land will bear him on their hearts to the highest seats of honor, giving to the world their appreciation of a man. HIS SPEECH. It is with emotions of no ordinary em barrassment, Mr. Speaker, that I find myself called upon to respond to the cordial recep tion with which I have j...

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. — 5 October 1848

o THE TIMES. The l'cople's Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: Z A O II A It V TAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: MILLARD FILLMORE. tOR ELECTORS FOR rREStnKNT AND VICR PRESIDENT 1st. District. T. L ANDERSON, of Marion. 2d. ' A. LEONARD, of Howord. Hrd. " WM. A. WITCHER. of Clay. 4ih. " J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper. Sih. C. N. HANDY, of Ronton. Oth. v- " A. COOK, of Cnpe Girardeau. 7ih. ' U. WRIGHT, of St, Louis. ii L A S O XV : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1818. The l'cople's lMatToriii. "I have no private purposes to accomplish, no 4 party purposes to build up, no enemies to punish, nothing to serve but my country." "The Dower iriven by the Constitution to the Execnlive, to interpose his veto, is a high conser vative Dower which should never be exercised ex cept in cases of clear violation ot the Constitution, or mnnifest haste and want of consideration by Conpress." "The personal opinions of the individual who may happen to occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action ot Congress upon ques tion...

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. — 5 October 1848

i GLASGOW REPUBLICAN. It is known to most of those; who sub scribed for the paper proposed to bo pub lished by the undersigned, under the above title, that its publication has been abandon ed. By an arrangement with Messrs. GREEN &. SHIRLEY, publishers of the Times, all who subscribed for the Republican, will be furnished with that paper, which is now permanently established in Glasgow, and will be published on the samo terms which tho Republican was proposed to bo issued. All who have Prospectus' of the Repub lican in their hands, with names appended, will confer a favor by copying the names, and sending them to me, at the Times Office, which paper they will reoeivo by return mail. Tho Prospectus can bo kept and more names procured and forwarded. I return my sincere thanks to the many friends who so generously stepped forward and gave me essential aid in the proposed undertaking; and while returning them my unfeigned thanks, would solicit a continu ance of their efforts in beha...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 October 1848

FRIENDSHIP. Oh, prized and loved through many a year Of pain and aorrow past away! Why shouldst ihou lady, blush to hear, Why should I think it wrong to aay How near In pure regard thou ail To the best feeling of my heart? And yet my inmost thoughts of thee ' The sinless eye of God might see: Nor would it dim ono ray of light That ihinea around the eiernal throne, If of the angels the most bright Such tnoughts of mortal-kind should own. A sister's love I ne'er have known, But it has ever seem'd to be Like that regard which ihou hast shown, The same in weal or woe for me. No were I worthy to be blest With friendship so sincere and true Unless ray very eoul confess'd Esteem as pure, as sinless too. TmeMexicau Girl. There has been con aiderable talk in the cily, says the Pittsburgh 'Tost, about the young woman brought from Mex ico hy ihe JJuquesna Grays. She was first no ticed by the members of the company at Puebla. She attracted their attention by her devotion to the sick soldiers. ....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 October 1848

OASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. J UKEEiV & SHIRLEY, Volume O. Cjagow Weekly Times. ' POOUBHRD EVERY THURSDAY BV CLARK 11. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. Hfficet or the pretent, Firit Floor Cremhnic'i : Hotel, Water Street. TERMS OF r-UnLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before I ho Close of the vear, 2 00 3 0U . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Une square, (12 linos or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each subsequent insertion ' Liberal deductions made to Merchants and vnhcrs who advertise hy the year. JOB rillNTINd, t)f every description, executed with neatnes and Xlcspatch, on reasonable terms. JOSTlCF.s' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, NeaUv executed, kvpt constantly on hand, and for salo low. AGENTS FOR THIS TAPEH. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow Weekly Times, si liis offices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner of Third and Clicsnut strems. - BALTiMoitBSouth-East Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 October 1848

THE TIMES. The People's Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT: i C II V U V TAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: !ntM,AKI FILLJIOKE. Toa'SLtfcTOHSTOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT IAL District. T. L ANDERSON, of Marion. Hi. " A. LEONARD, of Hownrd. Brd. " WM. A. WITCHER. of Clay. 4th. " J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper, flih. " C. N. HANDY, of Benton. Gih. " A. COOK, of Cope Girardeau. 7th. ' U. WRIGHT, of St, Louis. ii I. A HUP XV ; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1848. . The People's Platform. "I have no private purposes to accomplish, no party purposes to build up, no enemies to punish, noiliinir to serve but my country." "The power civrn by the Constitution to the Executive, to interpose his veto, is a Iiih conser vative power which should never be exercised ex cept in cases of clear violation of the Constitution or manifest haute and want of consideration by Congress." "The personal opinions of the individual who may happen lo occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action of Congress upon ques tions ot d...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 October 1848

. J. 0C7The river opposite this place con tinues low. We understood, however, from the officers of the Mary Blunt:, down from St. Joseph this morning, that there was a rise of some six or eight inches, the niglit she In y at that place. The troops are all in except a parly of about sixty, who are daily expected. In dependence is filled with soldiers, awaiting their discharge. The Independence Expositor says Maj. Reynolds is lying dangerously ill at Fort Mann, lie is not expected to recover. "Clark'i Counterfeit Detector, Ii (ink Note List, and St. Ixiuis Wholesale Price Current, for October," has been received, Published by Fisher & Dennct, at one dol lar per annum. It is a valuublo work for merchants, produce dealers and all who arc fortunato enough to handle much money- Weekly Fountain, Devoted to Temper ance, Literature" &c, published in St Lou is by Davis, Hayes & Vance, at two dol lars per annum. The second number is before us, well filled with selected and ori gina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 October 1848

LINES TO A LADY. I never dared to hope that thou eould'st love me, And now I feel t In time that 1 should tear Thine image from my heart. Heaven above me Would be too near me earth too fair. Were thy love' accents breathed upon its air. If I bad felt for thee but common love, Such as finds language in deep sighs and tears, And time, and change, and coldness can remove, . Nu pang should force me vainly to repine For joys, though dear, that manhood could resign. But thy soft eyes have ever b-en to me A light, a halo that seemed shed from Heaven, Touching all nature with its alchemy; And I have felt for thee a passionate excess Of love a more than lover's tenderness. Words have no power to tell how that one thought Pervades my being with resistless power How with my inmost soul it has been wrought 'Till all I feel, and all I hear and see, By some mysterious link seems bound to thee. My heart is sick of all Earth brings to me 1 Of Joy; I dare not look upon the stars, For they are beauti...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 October 1848

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. UKVEIV X SHIItLUY, Volume 9. Glasgow Weekly 'limes. ' ftlBLimiFI) F.VERY THOFSDAV BV CLARK 11. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. OJfice, for the present. First Floor Crenshaw's ;;,. Hotel, Water Street. TERHI Or PUBLICATION. i"or bne yenr it paid in advance, $2 CO If not paid before llie close of the rear, 3 00 TERMS or ADVF.BTIHISO. ; One square, (Vi lines or less) One Dollar for the firvt, and 00 centi for each Mibsoquor.t insertion Liberal deductions mado to Merchants and bthert who advertise hy the year. JOB I'UINTINO, Of every description, executed with neotnes and despatch, bh rtehsoli&ble terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND III. AMI tJEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, fthd Tor saib low. AGENTS FOtt THIS fAPER. V. B. Palmeb, Eq., is authoriied tn procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow Weekly Times, at his cdices in the following cities: Philadelphia -North-West Corner of Third and Chcsnut streets. , Baltimore ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 October 1848

THE TIMES. 'I he People's Ticket. FOR tRESlDENT: 2 A C It A. It Y T A V L O 11. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: MILLARD FILLMORE. FOK ELECTORS Fon FHESIDS AND tfCE FRF.SIDRKT 1st. District. T. L ANDERSON, of Marion. 2d. A. LEONARD, of Howard. VM. A. WITCHER. of Clay. . J. C. RICHARDSON, of Cooper. C. N. HANDY, or Benton. A. COOK, of Cupa Girardeau. U. WRIGHT, of St, Louis. 8rd. 4th. fith. Bin. 7th. Thursday, October i9, 1848. The People's riatforiii. "I bave no private purposes to accomplish, no part purposes to build up, no enemies to punish, nothing to serve but my country." "The power given by the Constitution to the Executive, to interpose his veto, Is a high conser vative power which should never be exercised ex. cupt in cases or clear violation of the Constitution, or manifest haste and want of consideration by Congress." "The personal opinions of the individual who may happen to occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action of Congress upon ques tions of domestic policy, no...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 October 1848

"HOWARD COUNTY BANNER." Thii sheet made its appearance last Sat urday morning. In one of its articles, speaking of the Presidency, il gives a brief review of how Gen. Taylor was nomina ted; which article we propose to give by paragraphs, with a few comments. The opening paragraph is as follows: When the news of the victory of Buena Viita spread like praiiia firs throughout the land, the two great parties were preparing for the nomina lion of such men as in their estimation were ben fitted for the Presidential chair. The Democrat ic party had already cast their eyes upon their favorite leader of the present day, the lion. Lewis Cass. They called for hia opinions of the times, the present tmd the future welfare of hit country; and he answered ;veiy question in a aatiafactory manner, lending to his nomination by the universal Democratic party. The intelligent reader will recollect Gen. Cass' "satisfactory" letter to the Chicago Convention; his more than " satisfactory" letters on the W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 October 1848

MISSOUHI ELECTION. OFFICIAL. COMPLETE. OOVEKNOR. ,, LT. GOVERNOR, Dem. Whig. Dem. "8 Whig. BOUNTIES. 3 TO a Cu CD IK- Ailair Andrew - Audrain Atchison Barry Bales llenioh Bnone Buchanan 117 395 235 95 85 183 250 1256 675 649 297 100. 186 833 95 408 301 745 277 223 885 303 151 85 387 58 49 324 511 219 93 150 879 324 05 105 103 754 205 213 397 135 000 100 404 613 274 245 3G4 103 955 154 102 127 183 817 213 411 318 151 00 5 191 41 215 883 290 874 247 120 78 438 683 011 10 27 233 612 152 320 199 4032 567 40 291 107 107 115 154 51 62 295 70 360 008 115 222 931 233 193 359 301 503 773 1208 1045 405 375 107 721 282 604 270 532 262 603 742 389 343 '388 392 200 74 803 1035 216 433 420 981 272 251 313 187 1042 311 575 550 139 580 472 490 747 306 401 587 492 753 250 387 257 570 591 446 248 200 778 303 136 419 449 520 908 359 1428 592 320 163 391 657 686 207 213 333 689 298 301 321 4339 521 111 290 316 273 400 250 460 201 518 558 331 537 327 ;920 233 105 302 372 400 791 1109 Cape Girardeau 106U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 October 1848

mm- wt'.m' ' i .'cvr- ';! ' Si ' Vi ;i:i.iT':i '.'. ; TIME .1! ; ; WEEKLY V CUtUKIV & SlilltLKV, Volume 9 i Cilaogow Weekly Times. rOBLWHKD BVERV THURSDAY BV CLARK H. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. 'Office, for the preterit. First Floor Vrenshaic'i Hotel, Water Street. ! Terms op publication For One year, if paid in advance, $3 00 If not paid before (he close of the vear, , 3 UU TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One sctisre, (12 line or less) One Dollar for the 'flrst. end 50 cents for eacu subsequent luserlion I.iberol deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. " ' . - 101 PRINTING, Of every description, executed with nestnes and despatch, on reasonable terms. JOSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, ; Neatly executed, kept constantly ou hand, and lor sale low. agents Por this papeb. . V. B. Palmer, E-q., is authorised to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow Weekly Times, tt his Offices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 October 1848

THE TIMES. The People's Ticket. .- FOR PRESIDENT: Z A C H A R V TAYLOR.. FOR V1CB PRESIDENT: . MILLARD 1 ILLNOItl'. OB ELECTORS ron tafcsiDENT AND VICE PREfll'BENT. 1st. District. T. L ANDERSON, of Marion. Cd. " A. LEONARD, of Howard. 8rd. " WM. A. NVITCIIER. of Clay. 4th. " J. t!. RICHARDSON-, of Cooper. 6th, ! C. N. HANDY, Tf Benton. 6th. " A. COOK, of Cope Girardeau. th. U. WRtGiIT, of St, Louis. j I.ASH O Wl THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1849. The People's Platform. "1 have no privnte purposes to accomplish, no party purposes to build up, no enemies to punisn nothing to serve but my country." "The power Riven bv the Constitution to the Executive, to interpose his veto, is a high conser vative power which should never be exercised ex. coot in cases of clear violation ot the Constitution or manifest haste and want of consideration by Congress." . . . "The personal opinions of the individual who may happen to occupy the Executive cliair, ought not to control the action of Congress upon one...

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. — 26 October 1848

t PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. Tiie St. Louii Republican givei tho" fol lowing table, and remark. As the elec tion draws nigh, politicians begin to make their calculations as to the result... There is a wide difference between the estimates of the two parlies, and ono or the other is des tined to be sorely disappointed. - We feel confident of Gen. Taylor's success, even by a larger vote than the Republican's cal culation. " - 1,; ' - The whole number of Electoral votes is 290necessary to a choice, 146. We set down the following States ns almost cer tain to vole for Taylor, and if they do he will be elected. H o give to Gen. Cass, but only for tho purpose of this tabic, eve ry doubtful State; and giving him these, and New Jersey besides, Taylor will still be elected. JVe divide the States thus: FOR CASS. States. No. votes. Maine 0 New Hampshire 6 FOR OEM. TAYLOR. States No. votei. Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut Vermont New, York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware Maryland Louisiana N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 October 1848

' . From tha New York Tribune. Thoughts at the Old Homestead, II I, ), 0TTIS05. On Gobi 1 thank thee; once again My wandering feet have borne me home, . Thrown many a year of joy and pain " I've had, and yet may have, to roam. ' A cherished purpose of my heart, That ever gleamed along my way . That in the darkest hour would atari To cheer me, is fulfilled to day. The trees that wave above me now i The stream that murmurs at my feel ' The breeze ifaal cools my throbbing brow The wildwood tiiids that ting so sweet The stately ever greens, that rise Like fadeless Hope o'er all below, Still pointing to the azure skies The shining path we all would go , The very clouds thai shade trie wood, While here and there the sun looka through Like happy thoughts in Solitude, All seem the same my boyhood knew. ' There the old roof, beneath whose shade On Life's rough journey tottering slow, My infant feel to atep essayed, And first obstructions learned to know. There the same chair, that year by ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 November 1848

GL fiUEjnX & SHIRLEY, Volume 9. jfvnvj0ixn every THunsDAV nr CLKfS l&TfiREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. VJJlcei Of present. First Floor CrenshiicU Hotel, Water Street. i TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before the close of the year, ' TERMS Or ADVERTISING $2 00 y uu One square, (13 lines or less) One Dollar for the first and oU cents for each subsequent insertion biberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. on FRINTINO. bf every description, executed with neatnes anil despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DKEDSVv Neatly executed, kept constantly on bfndj and for sale low. -(tiiy AOEXTS toil THIS TXTtUt', -' . V. B. Palmer, Eq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions; und make Collections for the (Jlasuow Weekly Times, it his oflices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner and Chesnnt strets. of Third Baltimore Baltimore South-East Corner of and Calvert street...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 November 1848

THE TIMES. The People's Ticket. FOR TR ESI DENT: 2 A C II A It Y TAl'LO It. FOR VtCE PRESIDENT: 1MLL.ARD FILLMORE. fOH ELECTOKS FOB PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT lit. District. T. L. ANDERSON, of Marion. 2d. " A. LEONARD, of Howard. 39. WM. A. VV1TCHER, of Clay. 4. h. - J. C. RICHARDSON of Cooper. 5, h. C. N. HANDY, of Benton. 6th. " A. COOK, of Cape Girardeau. 7th. " U. WRIGHT, of S;. Louis (i I.ASMO XV 1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1S48. The People's Platform. "I have no private purpose to accomplish, no party purposes to build up, no enemies to punish nothing to serve but my country." "The power given by the Constitution to the executive, to interpose his veto, is a hign censer vmive power which should never be exercised ox cent in cases of clesr violation of the Constitution or manifest tiala and want of consideration by Coneress." "The personal opinions of tlie individual who may happen to occupy the Executive chair, ought not to control the action oi congress upon ques tions of domes...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 November 1848

WHO WILL VOTE FOR TAYLOR. All who wish bh improvement in the fi nancial nd business condition of the coun try. All who wish to have property stand at ii fair value, and labor receive ita just re compense All men who lelievo that tho condiiion of our working men has been better than that of tlio working men of Europe, and who wish to have it remain so. All such men as prefer tho interests of the people to the office-holders. All who rre willing to try the experi ment of a change of rulers, and are not so bound by the shackles of party as to be afraid to do so. All who are in favor of the improvement of our rivers and harbors. WHO WILL VOTE FOR CASS. All who wish to havo properly of every description reduced to one-half or two thirds of its former value. All who wish to ace the prico of labor reduced to a level with that paid in Europe. All who wish for the destruction of the credit system, the poor man's sheet anchor. All such as prefer the interests of the office-holders to the inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 November 1848

From the Model American Courier. LOVE UNANSWERED. My heart il like to break, tonight, 'Tis lika to rend in twain, For loving one thai loves Die not, And heedeih not its pain. Nor is ilii love the transient flam Of Teeling's meteor glare; But like the fire on holy shrines, For ever burning there. Unkindled and unfanned, il fell A little spark at first; 1 knew not when it woke to life, And into being burst. I only know il spread and ran, , . Subduing earthly pride; Till feelings chastened fountain lay, Refreshed and purified. Yea, by a spell 1 could not break, I chased the beacon sign; Nor cored I that another soul Should give its life to mine Till day by day the name I loved Was trembling on my lips; And in my hrart no other light His glory could eclipse. And daily too 'twas all tny prayer, That God would keep and bless, And fill the soul transfused in mine, With perfect happiness. 1 know not how I dared to blend That spirit with my own, Or ask our Father's hand to keep The idle on h...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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