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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 February 1854

times. CLARiI. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1854. NO. 52. pc c kip t3v li" V St wj TALLY &. MATTHEWS, tniXET M A It Eli 8, Corner second and Market til,, Glasgow. -rE?F ir.i. make to order, in ttienc.it rn esi ami most rasiuoiiaiilc style, an, r.P3rroin the bust matcrinlsall kinds IVrnitt hi:. Particular attention paid to making CofTtJri, Also Patent Uelalic Coffins kept constantly on A, "J u" haL Sptcmh 183 3 THUS. Nil U Itl.l.IOItl), ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO., WILL practice 111 the Courts of Howard. Sa line. Cooper, Randolph and Charitor.cotin lies B3f Office on first street. n w ii. sn iTzi.Kn. Attorney a Law, Unimnick, Mo. PR ACTICES in the Courts of Chariton and Hd joining counties, and pays prompt attention to the collection of claims. augll. A. r. DERBY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .., ST. LOUIS, MO., , ' WILIj(rvt prompt attention to all businessen trnsted to hiiu. g"Oince in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 February 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 1854. fLIHF.D KVKRV T H U RSD A V MORNINU IV CE&RK. H. UEEH, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. gp.'nbscriptions promptly discontinued at the e xpirauon o wc ume paid tor ArKRTtJKMr.NTiiiserteii at the usualrates. liberal discountto yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, CH tvery description. promply executed at short notice on. reasonable t rras. AGENTS. V. R. Palmes is our only authorised Agent in Iiw l ork. Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bo.vnnstAX, Linnens. G. H. Bi'bkchart, Huntsville. Thos. (J. Siiart, Illoomiiigton. vamf.s ore, Floretta. J. H. Pi.NNV. Penny'? P. O. PoWCLT. So Co., Cambridge. W. A. WltSOH, Marshall. V. J. Honsriv. Kcyiesville. O. II. Hubble, Trenton, fj" Postmasters generally arc authorised to re eaive monies for subscript ion or advertising. ijgAli Agcits are requested to remit by mail wheucT'r thoy have convenirr.t amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morninfj, February 23, 1354. JTr" Notice This. A c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 February 1854

6 GLASGOW WISER. I V TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, 3854. t Vt I NATIONAL DISPA TiIlESI UepdrtM Exrnrsfsjjh for rut Times. RAfLIlOAD tONVENTION. For the Times. Bniissmi it, February 23. The Convention met yesterday morning at 1 1 o'clock, nnd was permanently orgnn ised ley the election of Samuels, of Clay, President, Willi seven Vice Presidents. I Dr. Jolin H. Blue, Secretary. Them ire! good delegation from all (lie eountics but otic and Callaway. Randolph is repre sented, ..and there is considerable disposition to have the Rood in that direction. The Committee have not yet reported. Feeling good in favor of a Road. The Con- .yention may get through to-day. Editor. SECOND DISPATCH. A minority and majority report was made last night majority for the Callaway route, minority for the Randolph route. Mr. Por ter spoke in favor of the minority report, and evidently made friends for the Randolph route. A warm debate is anticipated to day. Boohfl and Callaway not being rep resented ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 February 1854

1 mm A LADY'S HAT. Old it Cost n hundred dollars. Ami as j'ljit tli sweeWM thing, Pereti04 almvc u queen of collars, Tel with vast expanse ol' st i ingl AW the frinr weighed twenty ounces, Round her mantle short nnd cool; ArfiMfar siik brocade, with tlminces, Filled the pew superbly full. Dainty gloves), nnd kerchief Of nidcrc-d, In her INnim hook kept her slop; All llie tliinsrs she'd on were ordered From the first Piuisian slions. e) I 4iil that hundred dollar bonnet That's ihc gem 1 wish to paint; Such a shower of tiling! were on it, Quite enough to craze a saint. O, I could not hear o word of - What the pioui pator said, Tor the shapes and shines uuheord of That wore floating round her head. Bands, nnd plumes, and flowers, and laces, Fancies more than vnu could name; And they suy Miss Dorsey's cases lieast a dozen just the sume. Hi'W I wonder wlio will wear them: If the pastor seeks to teaeh By his texts, ho well may spare them: 'Tii the milliners that preach. All our eyes such ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 March 1854

...g.., ,. , .J, .1 T intuitu. j- , . - t M I CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. WE GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1854. NO. 1. VOL. 15. 3k I TALLY &. MATTHEWS, CABINET MAKERS, ( omr second and Market sis., Glasgow. M Wn.L make to order, m the ncat- cm ana n. 1 i lasinon.inic v'.n, lp Una the ucst materialman kinds of IP I'nrticulai 'iyfla4HittriHMylHHflH8HB(lHuilK ...:-.... frftWMi! :aptemii BHMmuhS599N9H'MHMIk. I IlllWimi'i" 1 Thei PTORNE Y J y SMITH'S HOTEL, (il.iSGOW , MO. The undersigned has opened a loan rominnilioiis Rofol between Second Mid Frai and Market and Howard fttreeU, In this ci(. His limine is new and fitteU up in the very bestsfrjfii 01 jj tm ajanlj facilities for a first c!ns IIS in making his rooms Hi tabic Will at all ner lo rrmtit'v the nt- lis fueitt. 1 he .Qitua the most ploasanl and Cc (TMasjoto Ones. ,T LAW, GLASGOW, MO.. fclj practice in the Courts of Howard, Sa .hie. Cooper, Randolph and Cliari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 March 1854

X J I PUBLISHED nVCRY THV RSDA V MORNINO 1t C1.4KK II VRF.EN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. .'JV. -descriptions promptly discontinued allli. expiration ot th. time paid fnr.SJ AnTKHTUCMF.NTsinserted at tlie usual rates. A I iberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description, promply executed at short notice 01. reasonable terms. AGCNTS. V. B. Palmeti isnuronly authorised Agent in iw Yirk, Boston and Philadelphia. . C. Board.man, Liuneus. O. II. BunKciir.T. Huntsville. Thos. G. Shahi", Bloomington. James Fi.onn, Floretta. J. H. Punsv. Penny's P. 0. Powell Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson. Marshall. W. J. Horsily. KeytesviHe. O. H. HwBBir, Trenton. ffiitmasters generally arc authorised to re ceive menies for subscription or advertising. (p"All Agents are requested toremilby mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, March 2, 18E4. Sir Notice Thi9.4TJ A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, on tho pttper, or e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 March 1854

GLASG owl WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1854. Latest JYews. By Telegraph. Kail and River. The "Europn" arrived nt New York on the 25th, bringing important intelligence. Dispatches from St. Petersburg received in Paris to February 1st. Excitement very great. War party enthusiastic. From Vienna, it is laid that the Emperor Napoleon in an autograph letter made n last ftppeal to the good sense pf the Car. Prin Napoleon is stated to bo enthusiastically in favor of land operations, and to support the Turks, in which event he would probably receive the command. London, Saturday 11th. Three battallions guards, with two regi ments, aro under orders to embark on tlit 19th, for the Mediteronenn. Whole num ber of the British troops to be dispatched, is 10,000, but as many more will be held in readiness. Twenty ships of the largest onage will be required to couyey troops and supplies. The government had taken up Oriental coast iteamcrs, riinWi'yah,,rVipoii, and Manilla. No reply recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 March 1854

A CHILD'S PRAYER. A lit!l( child beautiful as a chcr-i 1, knelt in iU white robes It its wiofhcr's fuct, und with tiny hands j cu ped together, raided its lisping' i ; ce in prayer to God. The motlier 'was pule and wan: tjHn and cold was thu hand thV Pes i pon the golden tresses of the! child sorrow, bitter, poignant wor roV wrung with anguish front her n am "large tear-drop.; courted t, . ill other down her pale, sunken ' eks she, too, whispered a pray er, ieida" H mingled with her miant'a ladings, they were wafted by the I : oath of MMteh to the Redeemer's' tin one. The motlrrr prayed for the refor mation of a drunken husband. The i.'.il3 pleaded for a father's redemp tion foovBhe fascinating spell which bounu him to the intoxicating bowl. Lo! tlie door opens, and before t?m stands the inebriate husband ! I ad father. His features are bloated ! dimes of alehohol are emitted with iiis breath. Disfigured, besetted and j loathsome, the man stands in the pre- j sence of his wife find ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 March 1854

CLARK H. GREEN, I KiHTOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 4T1 VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1854. NO. 2 r TALLY &. MATTHEWS, camivi:t makers, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. Will mnkoto order, in the neat-jr JT est and most fashionable style, nndvL, rSC.lfrom the best materials all kinds ofl Fuwnito re. Particular attention paid lo making Coffins, i AUo-PatcntMctahc Coffin, kept constantly on hand September 2, 1852 THOS. SHACKELFOKU, ATTORNEY AT LAW. GLASGOW, MO., WILL practice in the Courts of Howard. Sa- line, Cooper, Randolph and Charitoncoun I tics, mr umceon lirst street. W. II. sivnzi.i it. Attorney at Law, nruuswlck, IMo. PRACTICES in the Courts of Chariton and ad joinin counties, and pays prompt attention to the collection of claims. faugll. A. F. !I1,M . ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. LOUIS, MO., w ILL give prompt attention to all busincssen- trusted to him. CrOHice in the new Post Office buildings. May 13, 1862. CARLOS BOARD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 March 1854

r; in.' iii i ;d every tiiursdav MoMKiNw BV l I.AIIK II. GU2V, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. pjWibucriptions promptly discontinued atthc expiration ol tue time paid for. Jj Apt ertisemi v rsinse 1 1. d at tin- usual rates. A liberal liscountto yearly Advertisers. job Fork, Of every description, promply executed at short ' notice oi reasonable tcrtns. AGENTS. V. H. Palmer is our only authorised Ageutin Mew Vork, Boston and Philadelphia,: C. Roardman, Linncus. O. H P. on a 'ii inr. Hunlsville. Tims. (i. Siiarv. Bloomington. Jami.- Fror.r. Flcretta. J. H. PmiNV Penny's P. O. Powem. U Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W.J. Hnasn.v. Kcvtcsville. G. H. HvBHi.it, Trenton. i3taiSters generally are authorised to re ceive monies (or subscription or advertising. fT.Yll A'-cnts are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, March 9, 1B54. 23 Notice This. .2 A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, on the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 March 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1854- 1 1 i Latest JVW's. By Telegraph. Mail and Eivcr. Passage of the Nebraska Bill in the Se nateConviction and fjuioide of Dr. Gardner. Washington Mnrcli 4. Sfkatj:. The Semite was in session all night ut live o'eloc!: this morning the Ne braska bill was passed by a voto of J7 yeas, 14 nays. Tim debate was very warm and exciting, and high Words passed between Wade, Chase, Seward, Sumner, and the ad- voeatcs of the bill. Dr. Gardner was convicted and sentenced to ten yeart' imprisonment in the penitcn tiary. Dr. Gardner cominittrd suicide, and expired in great agony, tic was 36 years old. Pittseuro, March 5lh. River eleven feet, at a stand. Weather clear nnd pleas ant. Cikciskati, March 4. Hiver fallen 10 inches. Flour firm at ij;6 10, with light re ceipts. Whisky Nothing done in provisions. Other articles unchanged. Ni.v York, March 4. Flmir steady, 4,000 bbls- sold, State $7 8?, Ohio $3 12 From Washington. Clemens and JIari is Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 March 1854

k (klasgoto firs; 9;rk copies of The TPtWW, put up in wrappers, can alVi ..ys be had ut the office, al five Yearly advertiser, are restricted to their Ic- ' guima'e business. Other advertisements will bo Charged a! regular rates. Nrt charge for inserting deaths, but a charge of fifty cents per square will be made for obituary iiotiees. The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknowledged in the pup. .i Mnttnswtcs TonAcco FacroSY. When i:i BtUlttwitnC last week, we accepted tn in vitation ol'llie Messrs. Gillium to visit their new Tobacco Factory. W'c found it to l.ej a suitable frame building three stories high of ample width and length for doing an ex tensive business. They were busy rccciv-js ing Tobacco and preparing it for manufac turing and shipment. T.'icy have pur chased large quantities this year, nv.d linvc paid the highest prices, determined to have the best article, which they propose to man ufacture. Some samples of t!:eir last year's manuf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 March 1854

(D I a srjo to ttc t It 1 v m c VOL 5! GLTsGOwTMO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1854. NO. 3. mrnwui 1 mw mju mm wilix ... jii in j.-m-.iULL. U-J JUiuw iwnnwi ' i 11 mhiiu i i jm wp iiinminiim an n imiii imhi n m hii f iiiMiiwit nmmm iwiim - ' -"" ' "' TALLY & MATTHEWS, CABINET MAKERS, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. .ZlZ& ' wake ! nlrr. i" the ncsl-. SMITH'S HOTEL, IA8GOW, MO. f The undersigned has opened a laage 'iili and commodious Hotel between Second and A ' 'VTV. I 1 ,, , - 1. , i 1 I! ' ' m il . l n.l f.tl,; 11 l,.l ...U1 . '""Ill, 11 H I Ivt L llllll 1 1U a. . ,, , ci,, I .. im i jL ,, , . ' ;'."- '"' ; eitv. Ills muse is heW and filled up m the very -pt&from the best matcr.alsall kinds oi Tfl gg;,y and ' ample facil.ties tot a first class triiNiTt-nr.. hotel. Hrhasspared no pains in makinghis rooms lytic:, "ttentior paid to making Coffin,. e , tqMM. His table will at all Also Patent Xrdalc Coffins keptconstantlyon 1 Jl.v r ,i0i.,i i ,,,, ,r In m4tv It, ut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 March 1854

rODLUHED tVEIV THURSDAY MORNIN0 BY (XAKX II. UREEX, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions promptly discontinued atthe expiration ot the time paid for.J AERTiKMKNTsiiiserted at the usualrates. A liberaldiscounttu yearly Advertiiers. JOB WORK, Of every description, promply executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS V. n. Palmer is our only authorised Agent in Mew Y"rk, Boston and Philidclphia. C. Boardsian, Lit.neus. G. Hi Burkchart. Huntsville. Titos, 0. Sua nr. b'ootnington. Jasik Kr.cr.E. Floretta. J. II. Tcnsv, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge-. W. A. Wilson; Marshall. W. J. HoMziVKeytMvUU. O. H. HOntC, Ircnton KPostrrmstLTS gercrallv areauthorised t re 'Tass whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morniii?. March 16, 19f4. Tt" Ncti-1 l This iT j A cross (thul X)"i'nmediately before the name, on the paper the naner. or envc one. sia-nf.es I hut llin liaaa nnid (or has exnired: a remit tai:ce of a dollar is neecss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 March 1854

S3 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1854. 11 latest JYews. By Telegraph, Meil and Kiver. ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. Nrw York, March 8. The Atlantic arrived In-low lml evening. I'rcndstufis arc risiiirr Brown &. Conuotc . I ., i 5 M.IIIHH l,,0 j " li I , IH , I. PIA M III I , irn rather more doing quotations tin ' hanged. Western Canal 41s(Wt4U Gd; liiludclphin, Baltimore and Ohio 41s. Gd s; Ounadian, 4ls.42S Southern 86s is; Wliite Wheat, 12; (Y. Iff 8d. White. Indian Corn 48s; yellow 47?(r r 17. (I I; mixed 4G. 6d. Pi visions McHenry total Bacon about equal in demand, and . ippiy of both being moderate. Beef and urii moderate. Transactions iu Lard less stive. Lrvc.poo! Cotton Market firm, 1-16 low r. Funds languid. Consols closed VOl 390. The Czar rejects the new proposals ten dered liim. War h considred inevitable. T ,,. W,I....t.,.. Tl .1. .. I rv"'" ' " ard Horns embarked from Liverpool, to ny. The Greek insurrection has gained a lor- niludbTe headway. :t is r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 March 1854

1 SONG. Oil! bright are lha moonbeam, which silent, ly play On the iafk rolling wave, and the high da,b Oh, bright is the lustre the diamond doth show, Oh, bright is the dew drop, and bright is the snow; Bright, bright are the bubbles that mantle the bowl, And bright arc the joys, old wine gives the soul; Rut brighter, far brighter than either to me, A glance of affection from thine eyes wo'd he. Oh, sweet i, the scent of the jessamine flower, And sweet are the roses that twine round thy bowc. ; Oh, sweet is the honey the wild bee col lects, And in opening petslf so slyly detects, Thrice sweet are the fancies and thoughts of our youth, That season of innocence, beauty and truth. But sweeter, far sweeter than either to mo Wo'd a kiss from thy beautiful ruby lips be. Oh, dear is old Cymry, the land of my birth, Above all other countries and places on earth. 'Wherever I wander, wherever I roam,'' Right dear is my own, my forefathers' home Oh! dear are mementos of long deceased friends,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 March 1854

illccUli) i me ' 5 u CLARK H. GREEN, fj sera ti Mmm, )iiifiurruiii md lissa i?aywi. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. ? INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 15. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1854- NO. 4 H TALLY 8l MATTHEWS, CABINET MAHEIIH, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow. M im. make to order, in the neat est and most fashionable style, nnd from the b. st matcrialsall kinds of I FiitNiTune- ! Particn'ar attention paid to making Coffins. Wtol'tttent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on . hand. I Septimber 2, 1852. T1IOK. SH irHKl.FORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GLASGOW, MO., t-fTILL practice in the Courts of Howard. Sa V lino. Cooper, Randolph and Cliaritonconn ffy Ollice on first street. Attorney ut Law, Rrunswick, IHo. PRACTICES in the Court- of Chariton and ad ioiuinir BOimttefa and Devi nronint iillriition In ,,the collection of claims. (augll. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. LOUIS, MO., w ILL give prompt attention to all bus;ncs;cn- trusted to turn. OyOfflcain the new Tost Office ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 March 1854

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1854. Cjje !5In$pto Cimes. reaittHiD nut thuksdaV kobnino BY CXARU II. GIIEEH, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fAySuhscnption promptly discontinued atth expiration ot tbc lime paid frt.&ij At ruTKiMrnrsii ?crtoJ at the usualrate. I ib.iral discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK. Of trtry description, promply executed at thort nonce onreasonabtc terms. AGENTS V. B. r tt.M kb is our only authorised Agent in new lork, Huston and rTuladc-lpnia. C. BoAkDMW, Linncus. O. H. BtTBKCH art. Huntsville. Titos. O. Sharp; flloomingtoo. James Fi.ore, Fioretta. i H. PsKsr, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. HoasEt.v, Keytcsville. 0. II. Hrtinti, Trenton. Kg Postmasters generally areauthorised to re ive monies for subscription or advertisine. I23AU Agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. "" GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, March 23, 1854. Hotico This....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 March 1854

ft ? M il Th m m mt v By Telegraph, Mail and Kiver. E. J. Hays, Murderer of J. W. Brown at Largo $500 Reward. The citizens of this piece, upon the death of Mr. Brown, deeming immediate ac tion necessary, hrld a public meeting, to nn lii ate the action of the proper authorities, and offered a reward of $500 for the arret t end delivery of Hays at Fayette. Hayi was seen in Linn county, about 1 1 ' clock last Sunday ilaid Saturday night at a Mr. Watson's, cast pert of that coun "y. Three persons were in pursuit- He was supposed to bo on his way to Buc hanan county, and would cross the river at Old Fort Kearney, with a view to going to Oregon. Hays it ohout CO years of age, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high heavy set, red face, short neck, and when angry cr excited by drink, is very boisterous. 2Tew Hampshire Election. The very Latest. Bostoh, Atlas OrricE, March 15, '54. We have returns from 129 towns in New Hampshire they foot upas follows: Baker, (Dem.,) 18,646; Bell, (Whig,) 12,430; Perkins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 March 1854

From Washington Nebraska. j law or any other law. But if the ronstitu Tho fallow corrrspomloneo of the lion has no such self acting force, then it is Republican shows how little the ndminis- t .! .iin an act of tho Territorial Legislature tratian, or Atchison, care for any principle 1 , ill be required, under this law. to legalize involved hi tho Nebraska question one wishes to regulate a State election the other to kill eft' a pMilic.il opponent. Pat riotic men, influenced by patriotic motives. They care but little ho.v the ceuntry is ex cited by ng'lating dangerous questions, so they succeed. "The last night's debate was full of high interest. There were a number cf exciting personal secne, during which tho Senate was the scene of wild uproar and confusion in tho galleries and on the floor. This was particularly the ease at the personal passage of Mr. Douglas' speech, after midnight, on Chase and Sumner and llvir FYeesoil urttl Abolition allies. The applaiue was tremen dous, and i...

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