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

Or HftftMHY lit c c U 1 1) Iimc FT CLARK H. GREEN, ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ER ANNUM, N ADVANCE. $ EDITOR AND PKOI'UIETOH INVARIABLY IN VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1853. NO. 37. ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. UNITED STATES JIOTEL.( formerly Scott's) corner of M irket and Third streets. Board $1 25 per day. Jos, P. Buown, Proprietor. A DOLP.'I".; MEfER& Co., Importers and JTl tellers in Hardware atul Cutlery, Mar.n- ctun.Ts of st. Lonls Cotton rarni, tc No. M Ml street, comer of Ohssnab RP. PERKY fc CO.. in.poil.ro end wholo- s.ilc d Hardware and Cutlery, Sti Main street. HARDWARE and CUTLERY. Springs 4. I. Chabi.is Ro'OEH; No tft.t Math street 1 lm porter and wholesale dealer in English) German und American Hardware, Cutlery and Heavy Goods, has now in store a large sioek, and w ill continue to . eeeive additions through the season. Countiy M .-chmits are particularly invited to cx' aininehis stock before purchasing. He will sell as as any house Baal or West. N...

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 November 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1853. rCSLtSHiri KVE1T THCB8DAY MOKN1NO BY CLARK H. OREEN, At Ob Dollll Par Annum, InrartaMy in Advance (fTS ibacriptions promptly discontinued at tbe expiration ot the time paid lot.mJj Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WOKK, Of avery description, promply executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS. V. B. Palmes is our only authorised Agent in Ktiv York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Boaedman, Linneus. G. H. Bu rkch art, Huntsville. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. James Flore, Floretta. J. H. Pennv. Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Horsely, Keytesville. G. H. Humble, Trenton. tpgr Postmasters generally are authorised to re ceive monies for subscription or advertising. C9" All Agents are requested to remit by mail, whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. . Thursday Horning, November M), 1853. Senator Atchison Nebra...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 November 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1853. NATIONAL DISPATCHES! Reported Eipreasly for the Times, New Yokk, November 9. ELr.cTtoNi. Eighteen Wards of the city have elected two Whig, two Hards, four Reform and Whig, and four pure Reform, one Reform and 8oft, and three Hard and reform. For Coun cilmen, the latter have a strong plurality. In Kings county, Hutchins, Democratic Senator, elected. In Buffalo City the Democrats are probably successful. laughkeepsic gives a Whig majority over both hard and softs. A Hardshell Senator is elected in the 3rd, New York City, District. Whitney, Whig in the -1th, and Brooke, Whig, probably in 1 1th. The State Ticket is not heard from yet. New Jersey Legislative Ticket is reported elect ed in Camden. Later returns indicate the election of Ruggles and Davis, Democrats. The Judges of Appeals are supported by both wings of the parly. The rest of the Democratic State Ticket is defeated in ten wards of the City. Cooke, Whig, for Comptroll...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 November 1853

l.LASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1853. MR. F. X. AUBREY S TRIP. Wo tid I'm' following fim tho Otfitte, of the 21'h. li will be foiinrl to be a m! i.ulc'ni.'.! interestino; nccunl. It was fur-1 nished In reply io the following OTreepon. Jenoe bi iwn Mr. Arnnn mid Mr. Coi. uns, the Kvlilor: Sasta Fe, N. M Sent. 15, '53. Priii Bill! I congratulate! oH on your life. arrival in New Mexico, niter along sua1 ill i. roils journey through n region ol o innlry hitherto unexplored, but at Mil lime I by the public with intense intcr ttt, on acfQiiUt of tho supposed existence lhi oi'.:;l. it of u comparative!) limbless mule tor a h ilroBil to onnncet the Valley of the Mississippi with Hie Pacific ' Ocean. May I i -! votl tocr.iiily ay curiosity, anu in: August 4th. We moved 10 miles south lo avoid mountains, nnd struck a valley which w e left a lew days since, and which extends to the Colorado; the mountains timber. Grass i Indians in readiness to shoot us down. I ' started ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 November 1853

(Dlaqoto S CLARK H. GREEN, ) EDITOR AND IOPRIF.TOR. ) $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ) .VARIABLY IK ADVANCE. 5 NO. -38. VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 185:3. ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. UNITED STATES HOTEL.ff ormerly Scott's) corner of Market end Third streets. Board $1 2". per clay. Jos. P. Brown, Proprietor. ADOLPH1JS MEIER & Co., importers and dealers in Hardware and Cutlery. Mann arturcrsof St. Louis Cotton Yarns, &c. No. 23 Main street, corner of Chcsnut. O P. PERRY & CO., importers and whole- it,' s. ale dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, 80 Main trecl. I T lllliw vol.- ..: ci-Tr i-nv c.: l H Y,,. L. 7 7 . . n . -, Vr "l"'"!-I nrlr ,l.l..l :.. t.-....i:..i. . I'.".' 'u uwi.Dais ubicj iii l.iiiisii, , vc-i ui.i j 1 i itid American Hardware. Cutlery and Heavy! own) iius now in siore a large siock, anu win continue to receive additions through the season. Country Merchants are particularly invited to ex amine bis stock before purchasing. He will sell as lo...

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

ffc (ftlasgoto (Times. rtrsLMHiD evkby TiiitnsnAV xonmNO IIV I I HU H. UREGNi At One Dollar Par Annum, Invariably in A dvan on. (ty 3 disruptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid fvr.Jg) Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK. Of every descriptfoa, promply executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS. V. B. Palmer is our only authorised Agent in i"rs. Boston aim rniiaatipate. C. RoABDMAN, LinMttt. G. H. Burkc.iiart, Hinitsville. Titos. G. Sharp. Blooinington. James Klork. Kloretra. J. H. Pknnv. Penny's P. 0. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson. Marshall. W. J. HoRsr.LY, Kevlosville. G. K. Hi-bblk. Trenton, ty Pnstinislei's gta -rally are authorised to re eeive Bjoeiei for subscription or advertising. (l5All Agents are reipiested to remit by mail whenever tbev liave convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, November 17, 1853. psi i a n 1 1 1 b mm 1 1 siar-isat wn a The Democra...

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

CIjc 6la$pto tiaras. NATIONAL DISPATCH I ". S 1 ltiiiorted Fxpressly for the Times. New Yory, November 15. A dispatch recoil ( J at Liverpool Salurday, from the lla dated Oct. 27th. says a body of the Turkish infr.mtry fetid cavulry fix "liousand strong. ossed the Danube und took Kaafat without re- istance. The Russians were concentrating arou nd ! Kanl'at to attack thein. The Times has a dispatch from Constantinople stating the A'istrain Envoy had submitted to the Sultan a draft of anew note from the Four Pow ers, accepted by Russia. The Times still thinks that negotiations may prevent a general war. PiTTSBracn, Nov. 15. n:... ..... e. L. tkaltu ....I tar ..-it,,.- i.i.ci 1.-11 irci i, in i,n. lie, ani liii.iiiir. en- nu-i , , , 1 clear and pleasant. Rostov, Nov. 15. Three hundred and eighteen towns give Wash- ! burn, Whig, f0,71K. Bercross, Democrat, 20.700. Witson Preesoiler. 9A.4K0. Wales. Hunker. 8.100. I Scattering SOffll. Proposed Constitution defeated . . , by about 500. ---...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1853. Krom tlie Parkville Luminary. NEBRASKA. A DESCRIPTION OF UNOCCUPIED UNITED STATES LANDS TIM BE It. STREAMS, FACILITIES, ROUTES, SOILS, CLIMATE, AP PEARANCE OF COUNTRY SET TLEMENTS, fee. On the 4th day of October, we left Park ville on a lour of exploration; crossed the Missouri river at Knykendal's excellent Ferry at this p'.oc, and took tlie fine road westward used ly the California and Oregon Emigrants who prefer the Kansas Valley route, on nccount ot grass being two weeks earlier in ll-e spring, thin either of the oth If routes. Wc crossed the Fort Scott and Fort Leavenworth road, about ten miles from this place, and took nearly a westerly direction, on the same excellent road; cross ing Stranger Creek, we came in sight of the Kansas river, whore it make a bend in a southerly direction, about forty miles distant from rnrkville. Crossed the Grasshopper and Soldier Creek beautiful clear stream running in a south-easterly di...

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

V eittte CLARK H. GREEN, id S ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ) '( INVARIABLY IN ADTANCE. $ NO. 39. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 9 VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1853. ST. LOUIS ADVERf iSEMENTS. UNITED STATES HOTEL,(formerly Scott's) corner of Market and Third streets. Board f 1 tp per day. Jos. P. Bsown, Proprietor. ADOLPHUS MEIER & Co., importers and dealers in Hardware and Cutlery. Manu actnrersofSt Louis Cotton Yarns, fcc. No. 23 Main afreet, corner of Cliesnut. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Witter Street, Glasgow, Mo. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assortment of seasonable goods. RP. PERRY & CO., importers and whol- sale dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, 8fi j Main street. TALLY &. MATTHEWS, CAMLET MAKERS, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. HARDWARE and CUTLERY.-Sprhigsales. , -yr J , ' I T , , ,61 Charles Rogers, No. 154 Main street, im- i -AtthThLr n '. "" 'ilTl porter and wholesale dealer in English, German ! mater.als...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1853. (l3Ia$pto times. FUHI.ISHF.P KVJ;nv TUTfRSBW MOIMMi R I,U II. tlltl CV. At On Dollar Far Annum. Iavariably in Advanta. CaS ibscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid fr.J) Adt K rt i s rSi f NTs i nserted at the usual rates. A Irberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Ot every description, promply executed at short notic Hi rea nmble tp AGENTS. V. B. Pm.msr ia our only authorised Agent in New York. Boston and Philadelphia. C. Boa rdm a n. Linneus. O. H. HiRXH.nT, Huntsvillo. Tii.n. O. 8uar, Bloomuigtmi. Jamf.' Ft.onr.. Floretta. .1. H. Pennv. Penny's P. O. Powki.i. & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J, Horsely, Keytesville. L G. H. Hubble, Trenton. Cr Postmasters generally are authorised to re erive monies for subscription or advertising. CBAll Agents are requested to remit by mail, whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning;, November 24, 1853....

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, ,1853. m Cjre 6(itsgato Ciim KrATiOKrx. E5" I)I9rATtHK8! ltcuorted F.xitressl)' for the Tlmeti St. Louit, November 22. Hemp No sales reported. Common to prime $115 to $125 per ton. Tobacoo At State Warehouse two hhds offered and rejeeted at $5 50 each. Vlnur Coun try superfine $5 30 to $5 40; country ex tra $5 50to$5 75. Wheat Prime red $ 03; white and red $1 04 Corn ! No sale. Oats Sales at 3637c. j Whisky Prico declined half cent. Sales I at 224". Provisions and Lard No op- ; erations. Groceries 20 hhds new su- j gar 4. PriTSBrnon, Nov. 21. River 5 feVt 10 inches on a stand; been raining all day. CtvctNNATi, November 22. River fallen two feet since Saturday. -Weather mild, appearance of rain. New Advertisements. Read new ad vertisements in to-day's paper. They are varied and Instructive. Fine at Cor.icn. Bllits. A destruc tive fire occurred at Council Bluffs on the 1 1th inst., by which property to the amount of $200,000 waa des...

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

From the Boston Port. Til North-West Passage Progress of Discovery. The desire to discover a north west pas sage to India, nm. the wealth of furs, oils, and other merchuudixe, druwn from the fro zen regions, have produced n race of navi gator, whose intrepidity, hardships, dangers and discoveries, for three centuries, form one of rhe most interesting chapters in his tory. At Wigth, the great problem has been solved; a northwest passage to fabulous In dia, though bat an impracticable highwav for commerce, is a fixed fact in geography. The pioneer visitors to the frozen seas of the North Pole were the Scandinavian. As early as 1135 they explored Baffin's Bay, Lancaster Sound, and Barrows Straits. Three centuries later, in 1380, the two Venetians, the Zeni, voyaged into these lat itudes and astonished their countrymen with the relation of their wonders. In 1460 the three Portuguese Cotorealcs made their dis coveries the father returning home, hut his two sons perishing. In 1497 Cabot l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 December 1853

IP! c kip intc $ CLARK II. GREEN, ( EDITOR AND PROPHIF.TOR. USE. $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ? INVAfttABL. IN ADVANCE. J VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1853. NO. 40. NEW ARRANGEMENT. Hoi si . Rugglcs. Carriages, c. !?. Till-; undersigned having l""fii chased the Livery Stable of Mes.85 . Emekson IIanI'Lf.y. bee leave to announce to their friends and the public that thev will he at all timcj prepared to accommodate" the travelling public, or pleamro parties, with good Saddle Horsos, Buggies and Carriages. In addition to the stock purchased with the stable, we have made additions, both of horses and car riages, and will he continually adding, as our cus tom may demand, and will stand ready at all times to accommodate such as may give us a call, as well if not better than has been customary, and at pri ces which shall he satisfactory. '(JS? A good hearse, and careful driver, together with carnage?, at all tuties ready lor funeral occa sions. (JSP Horses kept by the da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 December 1853

1 Cjt (ilasgoto mm rvausHr.D cvkrv ti r v MoimiNO DY CLARK II . URI'.EN) At One Dollar Per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot me tune paid ror. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates, liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. A Of .vary descriptto" prcmpW executed at short notice on reasonable terms. V GENTS V. B. Palmer is our only authorised Agent in "w oVtetftKSS ; G. H. BunKCHARr, Huntsville. j J. H. Pennv, Penny's P. O. w.TWu.,: SSlf- W. J. Horselv, Kevlesville. G.H Hubble, Trenton. I Postmasters centrally are authorised to re- stive monies for subscription or advertising. IQT A" Agents are re.,neste.l to rem.t by man. , whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thuraday Morning, December 1, 1863. jr0tice Allnersons indebted to this offico are I t earnestly requested to call and liquidate (heir accounts forthwith. Those living at a distance, can remit by mail, at our risk. j We ask attention to this. New Year...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1853. Cjie 6(a$goto Cimcs. Religions Notices. Rev. J. G White, Pastor of the Cum btfhnd Presbyterian Cliurch of St. Louis, will preach in the Presbyterian Church this evening. Rev. R. E. Trnnr, of Christ Church, lloonville, will preach in the Presbyte rian Church in this place, next Sunday morning and evening. Rev. C. D. Simpson will preach in the Baptist Church at Fayette, next Sunday morning and evening. New Advertisements. Our farmers hive a fine chance, to pro cure some blooded stock, as will be seen by reference to the advertisement of Mr. Cole man. There is no mistake in this stock, as it has been on exhibition, and bore off pre miums. Farm'Ts, call and see it. Jno. Chambliilain has received addi tions to his extensivo stock of Watches, Jewelry, Guns, Fancy Articles, &c. He has some beautiful parlor ornaments, in the way of engravings, in fancy frames. Look into his neat little establishment, and you will find a thousand ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 December 1853

GLASGOW WKEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1853. From (he N. Y. Evening Tost. COL. BENTON'S HISTORY. ANNO 1820. JAMES MONRO! PRESIDENT,! Admission of the State of Missouri. This was ihe exciting and agitating' eucstion of the session of 1S20-'21. The question of restriction, that is, of proserin, ing the nlmlilinn of slavery wiihin her lim ns, nau ucen "compromised (lie session 1 ...fore, by ngrctin? to admit Ihe Slate with- mit restrir.tiii,i nii.l -. tn.11.1, 1.... If t .11 ,1, .... ..... ...... 1.UVI1PUIIIK II III Ml iilC t , ...... . . , remainder of the province of Louis'iai. i. ! Mr'n' ! rpJoted in the House ol Rep nrth and west of the State of M.ssouri, ' rwcn,i,,'vp A ond resolution to the 1 .,,.( il ,llt r : .1.... on I This "compromiso"' was the work of the i South, sustained by the united voice of Mr Monroe's cabinet, the united voices of (In Southern Senators, and a majority of the Southern Representatives. The unanimity of the cabinet een shown, impliedly, 1. ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 December 1853

i CLARK H. Cm F.F.N rrPT nrzcrrr crs x r.-inn n r i n e n n r, n ,n - ... a 5. - ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ) 1XVAHIABI.Y I ADVANCE. VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1853. NO. 41 NEW ARRANGEMENT. Horses. Iluggics, Carriages, &c THE unilrrsitrnril having our- . .. Schascd the Livery Slahle of JVIcss.isfUflir Emkrkon Handlkv, beg leave to announce' to their friends ami the public, that they will lie at all times prepared lo accommodate the travcllins public, or pleasure parties, with (joo.l Saddle Horses, Buggies and Carriages. In addition to the stock purchased with the stable, we have made addition, both of horses and car riages, and will he continually adding, asourcus tom may demand, anil will stand ready at all times to accommodate such as may give us a call, as well if not better than has been custrmary, and at pri ces which shall be -atisfactorv. (feSr A good hearse, and careful driver, too-ether with carriages, at all times ready for funeral ocr-a- ' Sions. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 December 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1853. Cbe $Iasg0to Cunts. VLI3HED EVF.HY THtMDAY SlORHING BY CI.1HK H. OIIEEIt, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. jy Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid for..J) AoriRTisxMENTsinscrted at the usual rate. A liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK. ?f tvary description, promply executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS. V. B. Palmer is our only authorised Agent in Siiw sorlc, liostnnand Pmladelpma. C. Boa rdm an, Linneus. G. II. Burkchart, Huntsville. Thos. G. Sharp, Blooinington. James Flore. Floretta. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W.J. HonsELV. Kcytesvill. G. H. HvBBi.r., Trenton. ICP Postmasters generally are authorised tore- aive monies for subscription or advertising. i.VU Asents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, December 8, 1853. Renewing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 December 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, L! Insurance. Seo notice of A. Hundrix, Secretary of the Howard County Insurance Company. This Institution docs business on tho Mutual principle, and only takes risks on property in Howard County. A MODEST WAY DP TELLlPc IT. 'I have not scca your wife, lately,' said one gentle man to another, in an omnibus. 'No,' was tho reply, 'she lias retired from society for the purposo of attending to one of those lit tle affairs which add to the duties of the census taker.' The color of the face of an old maid, who chanced to bo in Hie omnibus, looked very much like that of a blood beet, when the gentleman made the reply. Foa thi Times. Woodville, Macon Co., Nov. 2G. Dear Times: I have contemplated writ ing you ever since tho close of the Con gressional canvass between Messrs. Lind ley and Jackson, but have not done so. You, however, have been my weekly visitor and friend during which time, and I have been your minute peruser and investigator...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 December 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1853. From Sharp's Magazine. Taking Stock. Taking stock is a phrase which has a pecu liar husiness meaning. I am not a business man myself, and have notjHiy very prcenc .-non 01 me operation wmen n.ai pnrase idence; and it had been furnished, spick ai d designates, except thai periodically it in- tt!xn nelv, f,m ,p to bottom. She had - wives a general taking down of good? in been all over it, and did not see a scrap of 1 ops and warehouses, a general confusion the old things. Such carpets! real Tur in bales and paekeges, and on immense key; such pier glasses! you could see your IlilOUIlt of bustle and work among clerks, whole length in them; and they had nogauze porters, and sneh like people; the object be- ,),P ijrjpbt frames, rilher; such tables! ingto see what is available, and strike a she wondered old Worsted was not afraid to balance of profit and loss. ,.ut o(t them; and as for the chairs, she Though T do not know much about...

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