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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 June 1849

f, 9 CI, A It K ll. ;ii:i:.: Volume 10. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVETtV THURSnAV. QJRi c, up sttirs, next door lo Crenthaw't Hold. 11'...,.. Sl.l fcumii np rrmr.irATlON. Jf not paid before- I lie nml (if llio year, 3 00 One square, (Tilinc or les) One Dollar Tor the first, and OU cents lor cacn 'u"H..ti Liberal deductions iimdo to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. ..... ntuvfiMi:. Of every description, executed with neatness anu oespalcn, on reaMinauie ici no. justices' ijlanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand and Tor sale low. icrvTR rnn THIS TATER. V. B. I'almf.ii, Eq , is autliorized to pro cure Adverti-enicnts, receive Buoscnuiiuiis, and make Collections lor the Times, at his or- finna in tlita fi il li vl i llif Pllift": Philadelphia Nurlh-Wcst Comer Third ft n A I'linitnnt utrinli I!ALTiMoiiE--Si)uh-East Corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. New Yoiiu Tribune buildings. Boston No. 5, State street. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Hun...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 June 1849

now exist in point of fact if lhat blow had not been struck. The Proviso supported by Mr. Calhoun actually abolished siffvery wnere u existed oy law in all the upper half of Louisiana from 3030 -to 49, and from the Mississippi to the Rocky Mountains over territory nearly a thousand miles square nearly a million of square miles enough to make 20 States of 50,000 square miles each more in fact than all California, New Mexico and Oregon1 put together. Over all this vast ter ritory the proviso, supported by Cal houn, abolished slavery abolished it, then existing by law and shut it up from the slave emigration of the South. And now what becomes of the dogma, in his mnulh and that of his follow ers, so recently invented, of no power in Congress to legislate upon the sub iect of slavery in territories? what be comes, in their mouths, of the new fan pled point of honor, just fell for the first tune in thirty years, of insult to slave States in their exclusion from set- j tlemcnt in the terr...

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. — 7 June 1849

has greatly pained mo. I had hoped that the inhabitants of Rome, opening their eyes to evidence, would receive with eagerness an nrmy which had ar rived to accomplish a friendly and dis interested mission. This has not been tho case. Our soldiers havo been re ceived as enctnici; our military honor has been injured and I will not suffer it to bo impui'ncd, for reinforcements could not bo wanting to you. Tell your soldicjs I appreciate their bravery, and lake part in w lint they endure, and they may always rely on my support and gratitude. My dear General, receive the sentiment of my highest esteem. Signed, LOUIS NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. The electric telegraph of tho N. Y. Herald, says that private letters pub lislied in tho National at Paris, rc-af-ti mis tho statement of the loss of the French in Rome. Up to the 2d, Rome remained unsub clued. An exchange of prisoners had been effected. The Roman Governor' Palace was under siege. Steamboat Monroe, June 5th, 1819. Mr. Editor: Sir: Judging ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 June 1849

WOMAN'S SMILE. There ii t tiar that brightly gleams, Calm in iho sky above, , And throws o'er life its golden beams Of happiness and love: A beacon pure, whose radience bright No lowering cloud confines Bui in affliction's stormy night With heavenly luatia shines. There i a star, whose magic powrr So finnly binds the soul, That even in joy's most sunny hour Man feels its sweet control: A glorious light, whose mystic apell Life, hope and joy .imparts And calms the wild tempestuous awell Of earth's despairing hearts. The star that from ila glittering sheen Gilds life's declining slope, And throws o'er youths resplendent seen The rosy tints of hope: The sters that drives the clouds away Thougli dark they frown awhile, And ever shines with peerless ray Is women's angel smile. HOUSEHOLD ORDERS. Rachel go and comb your hair; Betsy slop your laughing there! Kate, make haste and wash the dishes, And Susan mend your father's pan' taloons! Sammy, run and feed the hogs, Jimt go out and get som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 June 1849

tine I i l'. ft I k CLACK II. CiKEU,: Volume lO. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Office, up stairs, next dour to Crenshaw's Hultl Entrance, Water Street. TSl'.MSOF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before the end of the year, $2 00 3 III) TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One scjiiare, (Id 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. JOB rillNTINU, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank def.ds. Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS Foil THIS PATER. V. B. Palmer, Esq, , is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nnd make Collections for the Times, it his of fices in the following cities: Philadelphia Norlh-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore Soulh-Enst Corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. JS'f.w York Tribune...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 June 1849

ll happened that after Air. Van Buren'e election, Mr. Calhoun became a soil of a snppoiter of bis administration; and upon the principle lliat one good Sum deseives another, expected hii auppotl for li e uc cession. Th involved a scheme for north ero vote. There was a alave subject which presented it the liberation of American slaves by the British authoiiiies in the Balia nia inlands who had revolted Against their owners, committed murder ai d piracy, and carried their masters vessels into British ports. When these enormities occurred, Mr. Csl houn took up the cause of lha south with justice and vehemence, and I stood by him. Wtv-n he took it into his head to become Van Buren's successor, be abandoned the south, and "led me and a few others alone, ly the side of the ill fated owneis of the Comet, Encomium, Cieole, Enierprizc, and olhen. In his new born zeal then to please the north ha shot a head he must always be ahead beating Woodhu.y, Buchanan and other northern senators in his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 June 1849

Keytcsvillo, one il. The disease St. Louis at our Glasgow FUN AHEAD. The Clique Determined to Give Battle! A number of Col. Denton' ( fi lends in this place and vicinity, tendered liim en invi. tation to visit our city and make a speech. We understand Col. Benton accepted the invitation, but has not yet appointed the dny. Upon learning (hat Col. Benton was certainly coming to Glasgow, the Clique became much excited! A gi and consultation was had, and it was determined to give Old Bullion battle!! "Jackson, Sunders, Smith & Co-" have vowed to give him a warm reception, and slick to him as long as he remains on (heir soil! As the Col. is to speak here, at Brunswick and Krytcsville, (and rumor says at New Franklin,) epon maybe anticipated. We advise the assail: ants to provide themselves with long poles, wherewith to jump that "ditch," and ladders to scale that "wall." " lo your tents, O Israel." "O'We understand the Cholera broke out again in Brunswick, the lat ter part of last we...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 June 1849

fly the President of the UnU ted State!. In pursuance of law, I, JAMES K. TOLK, President of the United Stales of America, do hereby declare and make known that pub lic rales will be held at the undermentioned land ntfee in the State of Missouri, hereinaf ter designated, to wit: At the land office at SPRINGFIELD, com mencing on Monday, the fourth day of June next, tor the disposal of the public lands sit uated within the undermentioned Townships and parts oftownships, viz: North of the Base Line, and West of the fifth principal Meridian. Townships twenty-two, twenty-three, and twenty -four, of range eleven. ' Townships twenty -three and twenty-four, of range twelve. Township twenty-two, of range ninoteen. Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, of range twenty-one. Township twenty-three, of range twenty two. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, military, or other purposes, will be excluded trom the sales. The offering of the above-mentioned lands will bo commenced on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 June 1849

" ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffekso. i:iitok A: niorieiEToit Volume 10. CiLASUOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JLWE 91, 181!). umber 16. CLAKK II. GKGE.Xi Ill if. H if if VI. I! it I; i GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rUDLIBHF.D EVERY THURSDAY. Office, up stairs, next door to Crenshaw's Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF rUDLICATlON. For ono 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. 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 TOR THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, it his of fires...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 June 1849

Isabel's visit to her country cousins ti drawing lo a clow, when, Harvey in despair, inviied her to ride, deter mined that "me good should come or it. The day was magnificent, and as they cantered over the turnpike, with the inqigorating morning breeze on thtir brows, Isabel, in the excitement cfS pleasure, seemed less calm and cold, while Harvey felt emboldened lo ac complish what he had so much at heart. "There is a beautiful view at the end of this lane, which you must see be fore you leave us," said he, aud turn ing their horses heads, tl ey entered the unfrequented avenue. "New" thought lh lover, and he turned to gaze upon the lady at hia side; but as he did so, his heart sank within him. She had never looked half sd command ing as now, when thrown upon her noble steed, snd undulating gtaceCully to his mo tions. Her magnificent figure was display ed to the greatest advantage by a riding dress, filling tightly to the person; ihe skin springing in rich volumnious folds from tht w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 June 1849

Soda Foujitai.. -Messrs. Diggei & Iloriley havo their Soda Fountain in full blast. There it nothing more de licious thcio warm dayi than a glon or bode; those who doubf, aro requested lo call as above, and if they know of any thing better, we hope they will re ciprocate, by letting us know where it is to be had. Brunswick. We regret to hear our neighbors of Brunswick are still af flicted with Cholera. Several deaths, we learn have occurred there in the last week. 0C7Tlio river opposite this place is very full, and rising slowly. A rise of a few more inches will cause an over flow of the bottoms. The St. Joseph, down yesterday morning, reports it still rising above. CimMnj. Alphonso Wetmore died in St. Louis on tho 13th inst., in the 50th year of his age. Mj. W. was an offi cer in .the U. S. Army 21 years, and lost his right arm in storming the batte ries of Fort Erie, in the war of 1812. Ho formerly resided in this county. ELECTRICAL PHENOMENON. The Lexington (Mo.) Express of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 June 1849

WOMAN'S SMILES. Thers it a alar lhal brightly gleam, Calm in the sky above, And throw o'er life its golden beams Of happiness and love: A beacon pure, whose radiance bright No lowering cloud confines; But in affliction' stormy night VViih heavenly luatre thine. There is a star whose magic power So firmly binds the soul, Then e'en in joy's most aunny hour Man feel it iweet cenirol: A glorious light, whose myotic spell Life, hope and joy imparts And calm the wild tempestuous swell Of earth'a despairing hearts. The star that from it glittering sheen Gilds life's declining slope, And th ows o'er youth's lesplendvnt scene The rosy lints or hope: The atar thai drives the clouds away, Though dark they frown awhile, And ever shines with peerless ray Is woman' angel smile. AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. Mental training and professional stu dy are deemed by everybody necessa ry to n talify a man to be an officer in the army, the captain of a ship, acler gyman, lawyer, surgeon, or anything else of th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 June 1849

AX claick ii. ;i:i:i.: " ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. i:ditou .v pitoi'icurroK Volume lO. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 2S, IS 19. lYiimbcr 17 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, FUBLISIIED EVERT THURSDAY. OJJice, up stairs, next dtmr to Crenshaw's Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $3 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 UU TERMS OF ADVERTISING . One square, (Ti 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. 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. MODEL FARM OFNEW JERSEY, plowing is necessary, and to avoid RED REPUBLICANISM. I Astliefarm of Professor Mapes is bringing subsoil of a sterile qnaliiy to The Red Republicanism of Eu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 June 1849

THE TIMES Uf.ASOOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1849. CORRESPONDENTS. " Randolph." You forgot one eg cntial: to tend your name. MW. II. G." Your letter was an iwered by due course of mail, giving the information desired: why have we not heard from you? "F. F. W." Shall be attended to. THE REPUBLIC. We have received the first number of the above paper, published at Washing ton, D. C, edited by A. C. Bcllitt and John O. Sargent. It is published Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly. The editors are gentlemen of ability and experience, and we doubt not the paper will be one of the most ably conducted publications in the country. The Pros pectus will be found in another part of this paper, and copies of the paper may be seen at this office. Examination, The examination of the pupils of Howard High School take s place on Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday next. We have frequently at tended similar exercises of this school, and were always well entertained. GOV. KING. His Excellency has written quite a len...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 June 1849

COL. BENTON AT GLASGOW. Col. Benton addressed the peoplo at thi place yesterday. But little time Vraj given for circulating the news that he would speak, yet there was numbers present who could not get near enough to hear: we were one of iliem. It seems that Col. Benton has found but who copied the celebrated "Jackson resolutions," and caused them to bo in troduced into the Legislature. The re ol copyisls are judges Napton and Mop row; Mr. Jackson was merely their in. strumcnt. "Wo bo unto you Judges." Col. Benton spoke something upwards ol three hours, and we understend dis sccted the Judges Calhoun resolutions in a most powerful and thorough man ner showed they were not gotten up as instructions for him not for instruc tions at all that they were part of a plan for a dissolution of the Union, of which Mr. Calhoun was the primo mo ver and head that to obey ihem would be to violate his oath and the constitu tion. Col. Benton's speech had a powerful efl'cct on many of his old friends...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 June 1849

BEAUTY. "The wind passelli over it, and it it gone." How often do we her men eager in the pursuit of partner! for lifo, enquiro 'for beautiful women; and yet how brief is thoeiistence of what they seek, and how unproductrr of happincia in its possession. We know full welt the satisfaction that aleepa beneath the snow white lids of a beautiful eye; in the haughty curl of an eiquisite lip in the blush of a rose that leaps into the budding cheek; in the fine turn of a awan like neck, the gentle motions of a symmetrical form, or in the shadowy redundance of dark and beautifully flowing tressos. The hearts of the young and passionate leap gladly, und are filled with wild impulses, whilst gazing upon these things but" when the soul is scrutinized, and found unblost by elevated thought and gener- our imaginings; when the intellect is uncultured, and the imagination cold, the slumber of forgetfulness will soon fall upon the dream of beauty, and the flame of affection bo quenched in apa thy ...

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

Volume lO. rUBUBIICO EVERY THURSDAY. OJJice, up stairs, next tloor to Crenshaw's Hulrl Entrance, Water Street. TEHMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If nut paid before llie end of the year, 3 00 TEKMSOF ADVERTISING One square, (12 linos or lens) One T)olIar for the first, and 00 cents fur cacli subsequent iusertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PKINTINB, Of every description, executed with neatne and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank detps, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. agents for this rArr.n. V. B. Talmer, Esq , is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and nuke Collections for the Times, it his of fices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore South-East Corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. New York Tribune Buildings. Boston No. 5, State street. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Hunt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 July 1849

THE TIMES ni.iscow, no. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1819. Correction We published in our lait issue on what we deemed authority, the death of Rev. Garv Hickman, of Arrow Rock. We or happy to state that the report provaa to be incorrect. Mr. Hickman is in good health, and is making preparations to go on with his school. OCT The obliging clerk of the stea mer Highland Mary, politely furnish ta us wun papers irom si. l.ouis in advance of the mail. Tub Rowena. This "fancy craft" came up on Monday. She has been thoroughly repaired and repainted her cabin re-touched and she looks liko bride adorned for the eventful day in woman's life-" "With Jewett for Cap tain, and Welbourne for Clerk, it is not to be wondered at, if the ladies 'woul prefer waiting a week," provided they can travel on the Rowcna," says the Republican. Mr. Welbourne has our thanks for late papers Capt. Jewett for latest. UT"Col. Benton, we understand was to have made a speech yesterday at Lexington. lie is on his way up the river;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 July 1849

Tub Epidemic The report of in terments on Saturday was not made to the Register yesterday by the Sextons of any of the Cemeteries. To-day we shall receive the reports for Saturday and Sunday together, in which wo hope to show a decline in mortality, and es pecially in cholera deaths. The Regis, tcr, who with his clerk were in attend' ance at their office during the whole of yesterday, inform us that less applica tion for burials in the City Cemetary was made than on any day previous for some weeks past. This is auspicious, and if the same falling off has been ex perienced in the various other Cemeter ies, it will present a decided improve ment in the health of the city. Let san itory regulations be strictly enforced and proper precautions observed on the part cf every citizen, and its salutary effects in checking the ravages of this direful disease will soon bo manifest. Republican, July 1st. DC7The Cholera is prevailing with very considerable mortality at Collins ville, III., a vil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 July 1849

' HAD 1 KNOWN! Had I known, when feint with weeping, My young fowl I pledged to thee, Thai viper dirk wai ileeping, Neath ihe love professed forme With a stem and true endeavor, I had torn out touts apart: Firm forsworn thy faca forever, Tho the struggle broke my heart! Hd I known thy lips as lightly Whispered love in other ears; And that other cheeks as brightly Blushed beneath I hy treacherous tears, Had I known thy eyes could borrow Angel smiles but to betray - -1 hsd never fell thissotiow, That consumes my life away! Once I loved thee oh how blindly! Not a fault could I discern: And thy voice spake ever kindly Words that still my bosom burn; Now my trust in the is broken, Every feeling stands revealed, And every woid thai ihou haft spoken Only shows deceit concealed! Triumph not! my wounded feelings Bear no longer passion's rose. And no more thy wild revealings Stir the depth of my repose. Slow tho lyre of life is breaking, Sadly snap the sounding strings, And the angel, Death, ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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