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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 March 1849

if n (f Ita trae CLARK ii. ;ri;i;: C LASOW, MISSOURI, TIH i;MAY, MARCH 2tt, 1 84J. dumber 4. mi ft n m m i . i . . , hi a 1. 1 1 w uiLtviv Tmrp i iiimu invito. rUni.lSIIED EVERY THURSDAY. Offet, up stairs, next door to Crenshaw' i Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF PlinLICATION. For one year, il paid In advance, 2 00 If nol paid before the end of the year, ii (JO TERMS Or ADVERTISING. Ono square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and GO cents fur each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOR r-RINTINti, Of every description, executed with neatness and deipntch, On reasonable terrps. justices' dt.anks and di.ank deeds, Neatly executed, kupt constantly on hand, and for sale low. AOKNTS lull THIS TATER. V. H. Palmer, , is authorized to pro- nre Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nud make Collections for the Times, It his of fices in the- following cities: riiir.AiiELFiiiA North-West Corner Third and Chesnut...

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. — 29 March 1849

THE TIMES B li A 8 B O W , Mo. THURSDAY, MARCH 29. 1849. orrici, atxt door to csskshaw hotil: ISTBABCS, WATII STSItT, Cobrespondkmt. "It. II." of Sul livan county; your letter jmt come to hand. Rather too late in the season, for incident! of January latt! Let us hear from you again. "S. M. G." Your letter received: will comply toon. "II. C. XI." We will answer you in person. CHARTER ELECTION. Our charter election takes place on Monday. We have heard the names of several gentlemen mentioned in con nection with the offices to be filled It is important that good and efficient mon should be chosen, and every one should take an interest in the election, LATE FROM SANTA FE. Great suffering on the Plaint authentic information from Col. Fremont. Oliver P. Ilovey, (editor of the Santa Fe Republican) and Mr. Brown, with five men, one wagon, and a sufficient number of animals and provisions left Santa Feon the 10th February. We learn from Mr. Ilovey, who pass ed down the river on the Alice, je...

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. — 29 March 1849

i rotio mws. The steamer Canada with European newt lo ih 10th inst, reached New York oa the 24 ih. The pricet of grain were going down. Provisions were arriving in unprecedented quantities, with fair pricei. Codon main, tainei) iia price, notwithstanding a declining atate of the fundi. , Fc. The Government continuea to gather etrength, and there ia evidently a grow ing deposition on the part of the nation to crush any attempt at public disorder. Upon the whole, the prospecte of tranquility are more favouble than they have been for the past year. Isdu. Another murderous conflict among the Sikhs haa occurred near the left bank of the river Ahell, between the army of the Punjaub, under Lord Gough, and the Sikh force under Rajah Shwereing a struggle in which the British have to deplore the lose of 93 officers and 2,500 men killed and woun ded. The atruggle terminated in victory to the British, but was disgraced by the flight of the Bengal cavalry regiment, and the retreat as yet ecarcel...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 March 1849

- the days of childhood. Tha pleasant days of Childhood, '' How swiftly have they flown,.' " Like young fljwera in the wildwood, When autumn winds have blown; They're gone, they're gone forover, They will no more return, Though Memory hold them in the heart Like ashes in the urn. ' The happy days of Childhood, When innocence end glee - V'Uh gentle fingers tuned tha heart To music wild and free. They're gone, they're gone forever, Kike riven lo the main, Their dancing days of joy and mirth WilJ ne'er return again, , The holy days of Childhood Ere evil thoughts came near, When in the heart no sin was found, ' And on the cheek no tear; They're gone, they're gone forever, Like footprints on the shore, Washed out by Time's relentless waves They will return no more. The pleasant, holy, happy days, Life's only blossom time, Where aieyour buds which promise gave Of flower's in summer's prime? Art gone, aye, gone forever, Ye haunt the heart and brain, And Memory keeps ye to annoinl Life's af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 April 1849

1 AX claick ii. ukeex: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT T.B Jeffeksoji. i:iITOIS fc PROPRIETOR. Volume 10. GLASGOW) ItllSSOl'RI, THURSDAY, APRIL, tf, 1819. IV umber S 1 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, fUBUSHED EVERT THURSDAY Qfiu, up stnirs, next door to Crenshaw' t Hotel. Entrance, Wafer Street. T1RMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, f 2 00 If not paid baforo the end of the year, 3 (10 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 00 cents for each subsequent Insertion. " Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. JOB MINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds. Neatly executed, kspt constantly on hand, ud for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAFKR. . B. Palmer, Esq , is authorized to pro ure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, at his of fices in the following cities...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 April 1849

THE TIMES GLASGOW, No. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1849. orricc, mxt doob to crinsuaw's botil: , INTBANCS, WATER STREET. CITY ELECTION. The election on Monday last, result ed at follows: Mayor F. A. Savage. COVNCIL.UE. Ut Ward John D. Terry, A. VV. Roper and Jacob Zimmerman. 2nd Ward T. ShBckelford, R. G. Runyan, Thomas M. Davis, and Jesse Arnott. ID" The Free Soilers of St. Louis have addressed a very lengthy circu lar to the democracy of Missouri, or rather Col. Benton's friends in the dem ocratic party, in favor of the "Jeffer on Proviso." The address contains many points which will attract the at tention of the reader, and of which more will be said hereafter. It is ad dressed particularly to one portion of the democratic party, and, as whigs, we do not know that it becomes us to interfere at present, further than to an nounce its appearance. The address will create considerable excitement in the democratic party. Col. Benton and his friends start large ly in the minority, but how far th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 April 1849

Adjournment oftiik Sknate. Th Senate adjourned id extra session on the 23d tilt. The "Protocol" to tho Mexican trea ty was discussed at some length during tne lemon, but trom tho Telegraphic dispatches, nothing definite seems hare been done in reference to it. On the1 lait day of the session Mr. Foote of. fered a resolution that it be considered no part of the treaty! but objections be ing made to us reception, the resolu tion had to lie over, and the Senate ad journed without acting upon it. It rumored that Col. Benton designs pub lishing lus speech on the subject, deliv ered in secret session, lie is said to have been pretty severe on the late Ad ministration, for its course on the "Pro. tocol." i. Important trom CanadaExcite ment amono tub FfcopLB. There isev idently a rebellion bfrwing in Canada and the movements in that quarter are watched with no little anxiety. (tZTNotict to the Public Perrons wanting genuine popular Family Medicines, are advis ed to go to Dr. Easterly's Fami...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 April 1849

TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD. On (he page that ii immortal, We the brilliant promise sec: "Vs shall know the Troth, my people, And its might shall make you frea!" For the Tauxii, then let 01 battle, Whatsoever Tale betide) Long the boast that we are Fsiimcs, Wa have made and published wide. Ho who has the Truth and keeps it, Keeps what not to him belongs But performs a selfish action, That his fellow mortal wrongs. He who seeks the Troth, and trembles At the dangers be must brave, Is not fit to be Freeman: He, ot best, is but a slave. He who hears the Truth, and placra Its high promptings under ban, Loud may boast of all that's manly, . But can never be a Mas. Friend, this simple lay who readest, Be not thou like either them, But to Truth give utmost freedom, And the tide it raises stem. Bold in speech, and bold in action, Be forever'. Time will test, Of the frecsouled and the slavish. Which fulfils life's mission beBt. Be thou like the noble Ancient s' Scorn the threat that bids thee fear, ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 April 1849

1 "" s ' t f I "i 'J I,A1CK II. UKEEft: Volume 10. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, PUnUSItHD EVF.ItV THURSDAY. OJJtce, up stairs, next dnnr to Crenshaw's Hotel Entrance, Water Hired. TFMU OF PUBLICATION For one year, if paid in advance) $2 00 If not paid before the end of tho year, 3 1)0 TERMS Or ADVERTISinu. ("inn imiirp. M-2 linos or lessl One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. tnn rniM'tKr.. Of every description, executed willi neatness and Iepalcn, on reasonauie terras. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and fur sale low. AUENT3 FOR THIS PATER. V. B. Palmer, Esq. , is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, t his of. ficcs in the following cities: . Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chcsnut stre"ts. BALTUtor.E South-East Corner of more and Calvert streets. New Yokk Tribune Uuildin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 April 1849

THE TIMES lt A s o w , no. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1849. . vrrici, sext door to crenshaw t hotel: tUTBANCE, WATER STREET. ScnooL. See advertisement of Mr. Scott's ichool in another column. Mr S. has been engaged in teaching a nunv ber of years, always giving satisfaction to his patrons. The recent examina tion of his scholars was highly satisfac tory, reflecting credit alike on teacher and pupils. The San Francisco, Capt. Kennett's new boat, passed up the river on Tues day, about noon, having left St. Louis on Sunday, about the same hour. We are indebted to friend Shepard for a package of late papers. The S. F. had on board about one hundred Califor- mailcs. DO The obliging clerk of the fine steamer Alex. Aarnilton, will accept our thonks for a package of late St. Louis and New Orleans papers. The officers of the A. II. are very attentive and accommodating. ' Missouri River. The A 'gotna, on her last trip down, between St. Joseph and St. Louis met twenty-scven steamers, as cending the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 April 1849

" Tub Government Loan. The New York correipondcnt of the Philadelphia American eay: My information Irotn Wtshinglon n to ihe f fleet that the million loan which wat (tiled for April 1st, will not then be celled in, and when called only a portion will be needed. Thia loen will be resetted as long , 6 at potsibla by the Secretary, to guard against contingencies. J he arrangements The arrangemeuta 1 have before alluded to, by which the Mexican in. demnity will be paid by the unissued loan, thus rendering it unnecessary to move specie for either purpose, will, I have no doubt, be carried out. 1 Ivarn that Mr. Meredith will, at the meeting of Congress, in December, advise a modification of the Sub Treasury, by I which the specie clause will be abolished, I Tub Wheat Fif.i.ds. The Charles town (Va.) Free Press sayi: "Never did the eyes of the hoebandman reel upon a moie beautiful prospect thin it presented at this time by the wheat fields of Jefferson. The color good, and the growth most ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 April 1849

THE STREAM OF DEATH. Triers it narrow stream whose tide The known end unknown worlds divide, j . Whero all must go , lie wayelcM walers dark and deep, Midst sullen silonce downward sweep, -With meanless flow. I taw where at the the dreary flood, A smiling infant prattling stood, , . Whose hour was come, ' Untaught of ill it neared tho tide .' Sunk as to cradlo rest, and died, Like going home. Followed with languid eye anon, A youth diseased, and pale and wan, And there alone Ho gazed upon that leaden stream. He feared to plunge I heard a scream, And he was gone. And then a farm in manhood's strength Came bustling on till there at length He saw life's bound: He shrunk and raised the bitter prayer, Too late his shriek of wild despair The walers diowned. Next stood upon thut suigeless shore A being bowed with many a store Of toilsome years, Earth bound and sad, and left the bank Back turned his dimming eye and sink, Ah! full of fear. .'How bitter must thy walers be, . Oh death! How sha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 April 1849

-I I . J s y c -. Sg, 'CLARK II. GltEEN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FRER TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR A: PROPRIETOR. Volume 10. CiLASCSOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1840. Number 7. GLASGOW WEJEKL Y TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Qfice, up itairt, next door to Crenshaw's Hnttl. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF rUBLlCATIOK. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. .... Liberal deductions made to Merchants and Others who advertise by the year. jon PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. V. B. I'almer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nd make Collections for the Times, st his of fices in ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 April 1849

THE TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1849. rrccc, aaxf doob to cbensiiaw s hotel: . tMT ASC, WATES STBtlT. .. Li . New Goods. F. A. Savnge is dow opening a splendid slock of new goods, which he wishes the public to call and examine. Advertisements next week. By reference to OurJ advertising columns, it will be seen our otlior mer i.ni. i. - i i . i huto iiiKUi siocks. Always trade with the man who advertises TL ...I. - I i . t . inuoo who navo uestrauie slocks are neither afraid nor ashamed to let it be known. ' and Juha, are regularly in t-he packet trade, per advertisements in this paper. i ney are all excellent boats, comman- aeu, oy accommodating officers. We hope they will have a prosperous sea son. i ackkt J tut. The "Julia" has al. tered her day of leaving Si. Louis, from Wednesday to Friday on her return n - 1 - leaving here at 10 o'clock on Monday See advertisement in anoiher column." James' Eve Wash. Sore eyes are great affliction, and have been quite prevalent in this section fo...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 April 1849

W . -n s m. na immediately lunk, in (he Minissip pi river, aooui 130 miles above 81. Loui last Saturday morning. Hopes ara en tenainea mat tns b at can be raised Mie was insured for $8,000. - DC7"Trte Synod of Mieaouri ill meet in this jJace on Thursday, 3rd nay ot May neit. T. GOLDMAN. Portrait 1'ainter. 13 ESPECTFULLY informs the citir-ens of coun,y. t"t he has opened h i. Ti j urTuiie tne stage Office, - "in nfiiii! nn attention to (he Drt tice of Oil and Mini.mr. r.;.;,. p From his well known experience in the art vi i . .lining, tie is rutiy convinced that he can rcuuer general satisfaction to those who may favor liiin with their patronage. . ,? ",0 B'e lessons to a few Pupils For terms apply as above. - Glasgow. April 19. 1840. Cheap! Cheap!! (ttr DAGUERREAN MINIATURES-CO Taken in the Beit Style at from ftl 50 to $2, in family groups or singly. Also miniatures for Lockets, Breast-pins, or rings. Likeness- es. warranted perfect or no charge: taken in an kinds ot weather, in fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 April 1849

'THRILLING VERSES. Published at the request of Lady friend. th ciitomllancei which induced the wri ting at the following touching and thrilling lines are at follows: A young lady in New York was in tha habit of writing for tha Philadelphia Ledger on 'tha subject of Tem perance. Her writing wat to lull of pathos, and evinced such deep emotion of soul, trial friend of hers accused her of being a ma niac on the subject of Temperance where upon she wrote the following lines: Go feel what I have felt, Go bear what I have borne Sink 'neath the blow a father dealt, And the cold world's proud scorn; Then suffer on from year to year--Thy aoul'a relief the scorching tear Go kneel aa I have knelt, Implore, beseech and pray Strive the besotted heart to melt, Tha downward course to stay, Be dashed with bitter curse eside, Your tears burlesqued, your teats defied. - Go weop as I hsve wept, O'er a loved father'a fall See every promised blessing swept; Youth's sweetness turned to gall, Life'a fadin...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 April 1849

Wttk AX CI.AltK II. CiltEErV: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." JBrFERsoif. EDITOIt & I'KOPItlETOK. Volume lO. iIjASIOW, MISSOURI, TIIUICSDAY, APRIL 26, 1811). IYiimber 9. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, rilBUSHF.D EVERY THURSDAY. Office, up stain, next door to Crenshaw's Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If Dot paid before the end of tlie year, it 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines o-less)One Dollar for the first, and 00 centa for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Jfr.rchants and ethers who advertise hy the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. agents for this fater. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, it his of fices in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 April 1849

THE TIMES lTs XJsv" vr N o i. a u o v , Mo. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1849. met. xxt dooi to citmniw t otkl: tariAnci. wiTta rrittT. GLASGOW FEMALE SEMINARY ll ii expected ihit Instiiuion will go into operation in a few weekt. Propo- litioni have been received from teach en which are taiiifactory, and they will be here in a ihort time. The building ia completed, and in another column will ba found a notice for a meeting of the itockholderi to chooie Trusted for the ichool. The Inititution will be placed in competent hands, and we bespeak for it a generous support from the citizens of the adjacent countrv. This is an excellent point for such an Institution being healthy, accessible, and popula ted by a moral community. The build ing is an excellent one, having a fine lo cation, and boarding for pupils can be obtained at low rates. 8tcam Ferry. A very anug little ttcain Ferryboat passed up the river the other day, destined for Lexington we understand. Seeing this boat, and hearing some (Cal...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 April 1849

Tftoors. Th ateamer St. Paul pawed up thii morning, hiving ' on board iomt four hundred troopi, for rort Leavenworth. Micoakl Musbon hai bean appoint ed Postmaster in Now Orleanr. QLTrhe Synod of Missouri will meet in tliii place on TJjtireday, 3rd day of May r.eu. (Kr We are authorized to announce St. fiun Bynum, Esq.. a candidate for the office 01 circuit uierk or How ard County, to All the vacancy occasioned by the reaignalion of Sar ehel Bynum, Esq. 0O"We are authorized to announce AN- imtw wurtK t candidate for Circuit viers, 10 nil trie vacancy occasioned by the re ignition of Sarshel Bynum. COMMERCIAL. Ornca Uneu0w Wisely Tikes,. April 28, 1649. Ri at asks. There haa been leas activity in business ainca our lat, though it ia still good. The itocka of our merchanta, in av. try Iinu. are now full, and purchaiera can not fail to find whatever their wanta call for. The weather has been pleasant, but cool. Tba river ia atill fulling. HEMP There ia lesa activity in thia article. It...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 April 1849

r TIRADE OF THE UNLESS, r oio. t. MIHO. 'Thi strange to where'er you be How much importance clings, Not loone'e self, but dirty pelf, The transitory things, To have it ie the greatett good, To be without; a sin; "Til to be homely, base, end rude " ' And all for want of tin. My neighbor A., just o'er the way, Is quite a pattern mnn; 'Tie needles I should ever tiy , Hia virtues here to scan, But people whisper that in deal He'll shave beneath their akin; That for the poor he cannot feel But then, he's got the tin. Now as for me, though all can see I'm clever all day long, And good enough a stories tough And better at a song; Yet sail, for friends, with neighbor A. I hardly can begin; 1 see ihem flocking o'er the way, Alas I need the tin. Quite young in life I sought a wife To keep my elbow? whole; Celibacy 1 thought for ma Was getting rather dull, ' 1 tried all arts to please the girls, I wes resolved to win; 1 vsewed their feet, their waists, their cuils But sharper looked for tin. M...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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