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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 May 1849

4 -mi CLARK II. UREEN. Volume 10. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. l-VBLMHCD BT THURSDAY om,, up stairs, next door lo Crenshaw s Hotel. W ? Entrance, Water Street. TERMS or PUBLICATION. For on. year, if paid ' l X2 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 TKRNBOF ADVERTISING One .mi."; Oil'"" ot less) One Doll., for the n?st, ..d 50 cent, for each subsequent 'Tbtr") deduction, niade to Merchant, .nd then who advertise hy llie year. JOB rRINTISC Of every description, executed with nealne. nd despatch, on reasonable terms. JUITICF..' BLASK. AND BLANK DEED. Neatly Executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGKNT. TOR THIS ' . Palmer. Esq.. i. w"'",?,'!!' V. B. .nd make Collections for the Times, it his of flee, in the following cities: . . Pnti.ADELP.iiA-Norlh.West Corner imni nd Chesmit streots. ,. p-i.i. BALTiMoi.ESouih-E.st Corner ot Balti more and Calvert streets. Nr.w York Tribune Buildings. BostonNo. 5, State street. layette Andrew J. Herndon. . ;..Vin. D. Malone. . . .nnaign ...

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. — 3 May 1849

THE TIMES u i as(ow, no. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1349. fFlCC, KEXT DOOR TO CRENSIIAw's HC INTBANCE, WATER STREET. OCTWm. II. M. Lewis, of Marshall is authorized to receive subscriptions and collect accounts due this office. OCfFriend Weaver of the fine stea mer .i-omcr,inever forgets the Editors may passengers and shippers never for gel him. ECThe Alice has laid us under obli gation to her for packages of papers She is the neatest and swiftest little craft on our waters, and must keep ex ccllent accommodations, from the nutn ber of passengers she always has. DCPThe attentive and polite Clerks of the liowena, will please accept our most cordial thanks for their repeated favors. We are pleased to see this boat doing well. The obliging dispo sition ol her officers merits encourage men!. IrVc are indebted to the atten tion of tho Hon. Richard M. Young, Commissioner of the General Lam: Office, for a copy of his recent annual Reports, accompanied with an Appen dix containing tabular statements o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 May 1849

Holidays ik Michigan. A bill has passed the Michigan Legislature, desig nating ns holidays, to ho observed in re spect to the protesting of notes, Christ inns, New Ycnrs, Thanksgiving, and the I ourili of July. Arr-oiMTMEMT of Postmasters. The President nnd Cabinet appoint Post masters whose emoluments reach $1,000 per annum. These arc styled appoint ments by the President, nnd have to be confirmed by the United States Senate. Postmasters whoso emoluments nro less than $1,000 per year, rcccivo their ap pointments from the Postmaster Gener al, and are not confirmed by tho Sen ate. The Second Assistant Postmas ter General has charge of the appoint ing Bureau, with whom applications, &.C., have to be filed. QtjrNottce to the Public Persons wnnting genuine popular Family Medicines, are advis ed to go to Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Store, corner of Third and Clicsnut streets, St. Louis, Ko., where they can find almost every Popular Family Medicine that is manufac tured in the Unit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 May 1849

- lb I SMILES AND TEARS Let olheri court the witching smile, And prlM i(t beam! most der; Give me heart devoid of guile; lit pledge, lb pserly Utr. Ofwimea emit is bul assumed, How oft '(it tniinctre. Who ttuns, with blteding heart it doomed, To Mek thtt balm ttr. Smiles, like the sparkling lunbetm'i light, First glad, then tare the flower; Tears, like the dew of "Hilly night," Renew its drooping power. The only pledge of truth we have, Tbat gift if heavenly sphere, Scarce ae ita prototype we crave, The sympathetic tear. Wbeo Martha with smile received Her much loved Savior dear, He who was never once deceived, Prized higher Mary's tear. Not thai he doubted Mertha'a lve; Sincere that smile he knew But smiles so oft had faithless proved, While tears were ever true. OLD BACHELORS Oh! who would be a bachelor, Be dead to love and beauty; To hem! and ha! and still hang on, Like sentinels on duty? Poor knights of rueful countenance. So timid, so faint-hearted, Your lacbrymary eyes complai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 May 1849

v" CLAKK II. UKEI2.: Volume 10. PlinLIAIfrn CVPSV TUHDaniu Office, vp ttairs, next door to Vrensliaio's Hotel. entrance, water gjireet. TERMS or PUBLICATION. Vot one year, if paid in advance, g2 00 11 not paid Delore the end or the war, 3 00 V TEKMBOF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines orless)Ono Dollar for the first, and 00 cents for each subsequent u9uruon. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and ethers who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING. Of every description, executed with neatness ana despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and ulank DEF.IiS. Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, ana lor sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS TATER. V. B. Palm eh, Esq., is authorized lo pro. cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, it his of fices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chcsnut streets. Baltimore South-Eust Corner of Jialti more and Calvert streets. New York Tribune Buildings. Boston No. G, State street. Fayet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 May 1849

THE TIMES a i a s (i o iv , in o . THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1349. 1111 !- DQ-Wm. II. M. Lewis, of Marshall, is authorized to receive subscriptions and collect accounts due this office Cuoi.EUA. By reference to another column, it will be seen the Mayor, at the request of the City Council, haa made a statement in reference to the health of our place. This statement it induced by the many rumors which have by some means or other, got into circulation, in reference to the preva lence of Cholera at this point, much to tho detriment of the interests of the place, and the peace of manv citizens We are rejoiced to learn that this scourge is abating in the South. We notice by the St. Louis paper, that there is but little or none on boats, ai ming there from the South, notwith standing they are in many instances crowded with emigrants. Upon inqui ly, wc also learn, that boats passing up our river, in the last few days, are en tirely free of the disease. When the California emigration shall havo poss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 May 1849

STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Wagon for Sale. Pursuant lo notice, meeting of the rpiIE subscriber offer for ale low for Stockholder.' of the Female Academy & Odd ZVZ'Z: S r.u it-tl L.I.I : .L. I...:l.l!. ' . . ' r reuowa nail! n uviu hi iuo uuuumg wi i can o seen, iippiy 10 Monday afternoon. Aftsr tht mealing n called to oidar. the! Rev. F. A. Savage wat on, motion, request ed to take the chair, end called for the read ing of the act of the Legislature Incorpora J NO. D. PERRY. may 4 CKEN SHAW'S II on; I,, MA IX ST., GLASGOW. ling the Stockholders of ihe building. When KPHE undersigned respectfully announces on motion, t committee cenantmg of VV. B. Foster, W. F. Dunnica and John D. Perry were appointed to draft a code of By-Laws for the government of the corporation. The Building Committee were instructed to receive the building, when some few al. JL to his friends and the public, that he has again opened house of entertainment, on Main Street, Glasgow, In the building former ly occupi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 May 1849

From Godev's Lady's Book for April. CHRIST'S MOTHER. T H. V. WILLIS. The boy was tad but fair. The marvels of his birth were strange to hear And, to regard his gentle face, end speak Some fond word of him to hi youthful mother, Stayed, mom and eve, the humble Naxarenes Whe passed by Mary's door but thoughtfully Sho listened to their praises, that so wido Of her own knowlcdgo foil, and let her heart Look, with its answer, up to God. And day Followed on djy, like any childhood's pass "g; And silently sot Mary at her wheel, And watched the boy-Messiah as she spun; And as a human child unto his mother 'Subject the while, he did her low-voiced bidding-- Or gently came to lean upon her kneo, And ask her of the thoughts that in him siir red Dimly us yet or, with affections sweet Tell, murm'iing, of ilia weariness and there, All fcnrfuNhcared (us a human mother Unutterably fond while touched with awe,) She paused, or with a tremulous hand spun on The blessing that her lips instinctive gave,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 May 1849

9 fl tlii ft lib Ay m v CLARK II. GREEN: Volume lO. WCOW, JfllSSOIJRI, TIILRSDAY, ITIAY 17, 1849. '" i umber II R A SBD W W FF 1 1 Y T MPS w - - . . aw w w I M ill to W, I PUBLISHED tVKRY THURSDAV. ' Offiee, up stairs, next door to Crenshaw's Hotel, Entrance, Water Street. TERM! or PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $3 00 If not paid before the end or the year, 3 UU TERM! OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lino or leas) One Dollar for the first, and GO cents for each eubsequenl insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and there who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness ad despatch, on rcasonaoie terms. J Otters' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, aad lor sale low. AGENTS fOB THIS FAl'ER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive euosenpuuns, and make Collections for the Times, it his of fices in the following cities: Philadelphia Nortb-West Corner Third and Chesnut ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 May 1849

THE TIMES i. a s o w , mo. Thursday, May n, 1849. Cholera We will stale for the in formation of our friends in the country that our place is perfectly free of chol r. We hear reports from the country very day, that the cholera is very bad here. ThU is not the case. Upon it appearance here, it will be promptly announced through our columns. TELEGRAPH TO FOUT VENWOUTIL LEA- In our lost, we published the pros pectus of Mr. O'Riley for extending the Telesranh from St. Louis to Fort Leavenworth. An agent, we see it an nounced, will goon visit the towns on the route, to see what the inhabitants will do in the matter of taking stock. We see the citizens of Boonville are to have a public meeting on the subject, and it is time for those to be moving who desire it to pass through their pla ces. This is no sectional matter; it comes home to every neighborhood, benefitting alike all. The gaining in formation from St. Luiis, at a few mo ments warning, as to the price of pro. duce, the arrival or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 May 1849

Intkrgstino from California More Oold Discovered. Advicei re ceived at New York contain the fol lowing additional particulars of late in telligence from the gold region: The Tiovado arrived at Mazatlan on the 14th, from Sin Francisco, with advicei to the 3d of March. Tha steamship Oregon, with her three hundred paaaengera, arrived at Mazatlan on that data she merely touch ad there, and proceeded on her voyage to San Franciico on the aame day. By private lettera received in Mexico, it was learned, that during the week ending the lOih March, a schooner arrived at Ma xallnn, fiom San Francisco, with fifteen (Aou tand ($240,000) of gold on board, from the Flacert. This gold had been purchased al San Franciico, at from 111 to $15 per ounce. On the 1 Sili of March, a biig and a schoo ner left Mazatlan for San Franciico they each carried seventy passengers. The news which srrivtd ev ery day was so good and so positive, that every one in Mazatlan was wild to go to the gold regions. News als...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 May 1849

V From tba Reveille. , THE SONGS OF YORE. r OLirirA. Alt! lh good old songs of yore ' Usv gont quit out of dolt Surpassed" by "Old Virginia Short." And the North Cir'lina Situ." No mora art haard th pleasing noies Of "coming through tha Rye;" Bol turn jrou whr you may, you'll hear "Susanna don't you cry." To ling tha aongof "Home, Swast Home," A girl could not ba led; But ask har for aoma "favorite tune," She'll etrike up "Uncle Ned;" Tben finiah off with "Buffalo Gale," Or alia with "Dearnt Mae;" Forgetting that (ha ever knew Soma more heartbraathing lay. Oh, give to ma (ha aong of yore, That coma warm from tba heart; Tbit make each pulse throb with delight. And bid the passion atari. Sing ma tha aong of "Hours there were;" I'll crave not what belongs To the liatof 'nigger' pshaw! I mean Of fashionable song. A FUNNY LAW. Virginia is famous for many thing, but in nothing more than inner law if tha folio wing be a specimen. A Washington correspondent of the Co. lumbu Standard, deserv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 May 1849

i I r AX f1 riV Ik 1 VI I U II - IT v MAI s t'LAKK II. (;KEU.: "I -' - 1 ' A , ! LAJSOW, 1VIISSOIJICI, TIll ltSDAV, MAY 91. , . b? I umber 13. !' RIASRflWWCPIflYTIMCCl " : : " 1 . 13 vfbtanbi 1 1 ill l ui w vkmii Hiiiii i ccivBQ win enrrv on ine morn omnia i ri a i ij i a r c i roiil.iBiiKD Eviinr TitunsDAV. ?ice, stairs, next door to Crenshaw's I Intel. Entrance, Water Street, TtKMS OF PUBLICATION. For one yenr, if paid in advance, $'i 00 If not paid beforo tho end of llio year, 3 UU TERMS OF AUVEBTI8INO. Ono srjuare, (12 lines or less) Ono Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Mcrclionts and others who advertise by the year. jon PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND tll.ANK DEEDS. Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, una lor sale low. AGENTS roil THIS PATER. V. B. Palmer, Esci., is authorized to pro. cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, ana ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 May 1849

THE TIMES NI.A8GOW, Wo. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1819. Ol'R PLACE, Wc are much, gratified to announce, eonlinuci perfectly henlthy or at least entirely 'free of Cholera. rOThe tteamer Mary passed down en Monday. Site did nut land here, end wc hate not teen ' able to ascer tain the exact number of persons who lied on her during her upward trip. lrp to St. Joseph, forty seven had died. Revival. A meeting which had Veen protracted some two weeks in Kev. C. D. Simpson's church, of this place, closed last Sunday evening. Mr. Simpson was assisted during the meet, trig by the Rev. Mr. Reeve, of St. Jo tph. A number of persons made a profession of religion. DROWstn. Mr. John Kitchen, of Randolph county, was drowned at SwitrJer's Mill, on the night of the 10'h inst. tO A l a meeting of the Stockhold ers of the Glasgow Female Seminary and Odd Fellows' Hall, on last Friday, Copt. Wm. D. Swinney, II. W. Smith, Esq., and Rev. F. A. Savage were cho sun Trustees of the school. Cholera im Brunswick. Three...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 May 1849

TREATMENT OF CHOLERA. Ut, AIcCoimick, ol the United Sulci Army, and ooa of ihs gentlemen costituiing Gen. Taylor's tuh while on hit wsy to V sshington, ts th author of th following remsrks on tho pathology and trestment of Oho'lera. They wart originally written and transmitted, In privets letter, to a friend at North, who, knowing that Dr. McCormick'a experience In the treatment of Cholera em braced in the visitation of that dieeata at Washington, in 1832, and recently at New Orleane, very naturally desired to learn hie views with regard to the brat mode of Ireit ing it. Another of the gentlemen accompa ning Gen. Taylor, who wat awara that Dr. McCormick had committed hia viewa on the eubject to writing, and desirous to aeo them 10 print, applied to tha Doctor for copy, and having obtained it, kindly handed it to (he Ediiora of tha NatKville Whig for pub lica'.'on. It will be found below: Cholera haa four distinctly marked atagee: 1. Loose dejections. 2. Watery dischargee by the stom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 May 1849

From the London Athene mm. THE SOUL'S PASSING. It is ended'-sll Is over! Lo the wteping mourners come Mother, father, friend and lover. To the death encumbered room; Lip are pressed lo the blessed Lips that evermore art dumb. Take her faded hand in thine Hand that no more anawereth kindly; Sea the eyes were wont to shine, Uttering love, now staring blindly; Tender-hearted, speech departed Speech that echoed so divinely. Huns no more the circling river, Wsrming, brightening every part; There it slumbereih cold forever No more merry leap and start, No more flushing cheeks to blushiug la its silent home the heart! Hope not answer to your praying! Cold, responaclesa lies sho there, Death, thai ever will be spying Something gentle, something fair, Came with numbers soft as slumbers She is with Him otherwise! Mother! yes, you scarce would chide her Had you seen the (orra he bore, Heard the worda ha spoke beside her, Tender as the look he wore, While he proved her how he loved her More tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 May 1849

mttk CliAItK II. ;kei:.: Volume lO. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, rt'BLKiir.B tverv Thursday. Office, lip stairs, next door to Crenshaw's lintel Entrance, Water Street. TKRMS Of PUULICATION. Fur one yenr, if paid in advanre, ij'i 00 If not piid before llie end of the year, 3 (10 TFKMSOF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and GO cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deduction made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. job I'kistim;, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. J I'm ices' blanks anu blank tiF.tus, Neatly executed, kupt constantly on hand, and for sale low. AKF.STR JOB Til IS 1'AfF.R. V. B. Pai.mf.ii, Eq , is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nnd make Collections fur the Times, it his of fices in the following cities: rini.ADKi.rutA North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore Souih-East Corner of Balti more and Culvert-Streets. Sy.w York Tribune Bui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 May 1849

i THE TIMES w i a s (j) o v , no. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1819. tO We are indebted the "Rowena for late paperi. Her polite cleiks are ever mindful of their friend. tCTiiend Cibiis, of the ' (Ilnnjjow Packet" will accept our thanks for late papers. Pios. See advertisement of (J. Collier Kobbins, manufacturer of pens. &c. Mr. U. was burnt out by the re cent fire, bul has promptly re-established himself, where we advise all who want anything in his lino to call. Glasgow Packet. The splendid new Steamer, San Francisco, Capt. Ke.nnett, will be in the packet trade regularly after this week, leaving Si. Louis every Monday evening, and re turning, leave here on Thursday. She is one of the best boats on the river, perfectly new, and in her construction combines all the requisites to make pas sengers comfortable. Capt. K. is fa vorably known on our river, and with such a boat as the San Francisco, ought and we trust will, do a good business. Foil California. Gen. John Wii. so.n, Indian Aent for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 May 1849

Iaxino the Elements. In Great Britain the Government raises a hontK some revenue from llio elements. If person wishes the light of heaven to penetrate his apartment, or desires to breathe the air within doors, he must pay for both. In a Parliamentary re port just published, it appears that the amount of lax collected on windows during the year ending April 5ih, was 7,C0J,'J00. From (he Missouri Democrat. TO THE PEOPLE OF HOWARD AND CHARITON COUNTIES. You have all doubtless seen the ie9olu lions relating to the question of slavery pass ed by ihe lust General Assembly of this Slate, and the instructions given lo our Sen aiors in Congress to obey them. Col. Ben ton has excepted lo those resolutions, and appealed to the people of the Stale. He charges that the Legislature have instructed him to dissolve the Union and die resolu tions are 'fundamentally wrong," and that he will not obey thetn. Nor does he stop here in his denunciations. He charges that (he resolutions are that "offspring...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 May 1849

THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. She may not in the mazy danca, With jewelled maiden vie, She may not imile on courtly twain With tuft, bewitching eye; She cannot boast form and mien That lavish wraith ha brought her, But oh she has much fairer charms. The tost and lily on her cheek Together love to dwell, Her laughing blue eye wreath eround Her heart a witching spell; Ilei smile is blight as morning's glow Upon the dewy plain, And listening to her voice, we dream That spring has come Bgain, The timid fawn is not more wild, Nor yet more gay and fiee, The lilly's cup is not more pure In all iis pui'uy; Of all ihe wild flowers in the wood, Or by the crystal water, There's none more pure nor fair thin she, The Farmer's peerless daughter. Then tell me not of jewelled fair The brightest jewels yet Is in the heart where virtue dwells And innocence is set! The glow of health upon her cheek, The gtace no rule has taught her, The fairest wreath that beauty twines, Is for the Farmet's (iaugh'.ei! THE F...

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