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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 October 1856

s?3 r i J s n :i v 7 (.) ; - it ' .; Ma ' ' ' ' m 7 " 5 j 7 m a wm p a in mi i iiibii i 1 " 11 J : ' 1 gggW ' LJ gHBgg . 1 ' Ll'Jgy CLARK H. GREEN, DtTOft AMD PROPRIET( R. C ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY lH ADVANCE VOL. 7. ,3 i f :-. ',?' I'll GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 185C NO. 33. Por Sale or DEToxvt. THAT wall known Farm on the State ! Roads leading from 8t. Louit to St. Joseph . and Hannibal to the latter place, about four miles Gut of Kevtesville. Charlton Coun- . ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the -late James Herryford. Thesubscriher being desirous of leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will tell low for cah. or will f ive time on one half of the purchase md , .(,. key. This Farm i so well known that it iionly necessary to eay to strangers coming to the coun try thet it ie one of the best Stock Farnii, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing a...

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. — 9 October 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY ' T.I ME S For the Timet. Tli newt itantM Expedition. , Th Iotin ExpfMion-Wha it h Warn Jar il, and how it might have been prevent J Amrwumy pot distuibed, and ihe Law and Order ciiiltns of Kansas been permit' iti h rtmain m ihtir improvements, and noi been competltd to Itavt them by Ih trai . tor Ltn and kit to adjutort, and ih set of oiUltws under Xu common J. ', In first pi net, tli Abolition Aid So cieties in th North war to blame for fend ing to Kaniai net of unprincipled aboli tionists, sworn to voft let make Kannai an ab olition Statt, and disobey Ihtlaw of Kaniai which they have done! No honorable and correct man will gainsay this. ' ' In the second pines, Provident Pierce com mitted an unpardonable error in appointing Boeder, a dUhoneat man, and an acknowl edged abolitionist, the first Governor of Kansas, who gave every advantage to the Abolition Aid Socieliet. The President is certainly able on paper, but we must make tome allowance for the force of educatio...

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. — 9 October 1856

MMriMMM GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES' THE GLASGOW TIMES; nrautattn bvcrt thcrsdat kobiuho at CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IftTARUIlMr IN ADVANCE, M Subscription promptly discontinued mt the expiration of th time paid tot.JfT) ' IDTIETIIIMBrTIi IoMrtod at the usual rates. A liberal diiconnt to ' , Yearly Advertisers. JOD WORE, notict, on rettonabh Of Tory description promptly executed; t ihor inable terms. . , T. B. Pa ma a is our ourthoriied Agent In New York, Boston, end Philadelphia. C. Boasdmak, Linnett. O. H. BoacKHAKT, Hunttville. Wavland 4. Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. Shakf, Bloomingtoo. J. H. Pmv, Pennyt P. O. PowstL Co., Cambridge. W. A. WiLfow, Marshall. O. H. HrsaiLa, Trenton. 7Poitmasters generally are requatted to act agenta. (fSTn.ll agonts are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. "': ratSIDCNTIAL ELKCTOKS. 1st. District Jnmes 0. Broadhead, P...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 October 1856

f-VJi, , H,ilS..SN Ml II I III 1 1 llWMIMMWIWMMMWlMiMI IIHI G L A S b O W aV li li K;L Y ""ilil'E' s9 X OtO. r, M0BBIS. i k With tott ojtcb aqaih. I'm with you one again, ry friends, " No more my footsteps roam, "WheTe it began my .journey ends, . Amid tlie scenes of home. , ' No other cliine has skies so blue, Or streams so broad and dear, And where are hearts so warm and true As those that meet me here? ,'iuJ e. ; ' " t ,, ." - .- Since last, with spirits wild and free, I pressed my native strand, .Tve Wandered many miles at sea, -' ; And many miles on land. I've seen fair realms of earth By rude commotion torn, Which taught me bow to prize the worth ' Of that where I was born. ; , In other countries, when I heard The language of my own, ' How fondly each familiar word Awoke an answering tone! . But when our woodland songs were sung ,. Upon a foreign mart. The vows that faltered on the tongue i With rapture thrilled the heart! My native land, I turn to you, With blessing end with ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1856

l-i-'j. J . M J . ;u a- . I J .'M' I M , i ; J . I A j 'A M V 7 O I.) gi A J 0 w , a : ii .v it J t a. , ra w i t i a v n -vi e vi as- as i. s t. s v . AX " t?T - ' V CLARK. II. GREEN, . DiTOR AND Proprietor; ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, J INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 4 jj if .GyAS&dW, M 1856. NO. 84. ' till MILE FAIUf i. for Solo or ITtoxit. THAT well known Farm on the 8tnl . Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Josenh . anil TTnnnihnl in ihm tatfnr n) atiinl tour miles East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo.", formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. r 1 The subscriher. being desirous of leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for cwk, or will give time on one half of the purchase no- ney.-. This Farm is so well known that it is only neeemary to say tout rangers coming to the coun try that 'it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country t no. better can probably be found in the country, and as to its localit...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1856

GLASGOW WEEK L? Y (T-J M E S -J..JT' Would Fremonti Election BImoIy th Union! Happily thars) is no probability Ihnt litis juolion will b practically tested. Virgin ia is the only Statejlhat is running complelly inad in discussing it. But Virginia is al ways debating abstractions. And now that Virginia lias a inad Governor by laugh able misnomer called H us the is more madly bent than ever upon fighting for an abstraction. ' ' 1 -' There is ho reason whatever for Fre mont's election dissolving the Union. . The Union is greater thnn John Charles Fre mont, or John Charles any body tit. He can'l be elected and if he could, the Union would stand. It is able to outlive any and all of the politicians, candidates, office seek ers, fillibualers and fanatics, ttiut now howl their dismal funerals on its promised down fall. The National IntelJigtnctr, while publish- ing some able Southern letters, showing Fillmore's strength and certainty of success, . criticises one writer as follows: ' Bui to...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1856

r m 1 G L A S G O W iW.:EiEK L Y, TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES rUBLUBtD BVtltr THCatDAT KOMIUS T CLARK H. QREEK , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IK ADTAWCE, Sd Subtcriptiont promptly discontinued tt the expiration of th urn paid tor.JgQ , . ABTIfttTtlVBVTI Inserted at tae iiluol rate. A libtral difcount to , Yearly Advertlter. ' i JOB WORK, Of every dticription promptly executed at ih8 aotice, on reasonable term. V.'B. Palme it our ourthoriied Agent lit New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boabdmak, Linneus. O. H. Buchat, Huntsvill. ' Waylakd fc Co., Roanoke. Tuoa, O. 6harp, Bloomingto.r J H. Psnxv, Penny P. O. Powell fc Co., Cambridge. W. A; WiLaow, Marthslt Q. H. Hubsle, Trenton. Postmasters generally are requited to act as aeents. . ffAU agentt are requested te remit by mall whenever they have convenient amounta. ' For Preaident , . MILLARD FILLMORE, , - of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, -',;,. i of Tonnettee ' racaiDEMTiAL ilictohj. let. District James O....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1856

f1"'" .'Ms1,hV THE rdUTICAU WAOO!t. Af '-Wait for the. Wagon."., t . f-.Ti to A o'r l' 7 .' .wi --,. j v Thr right end Wrong in parties, . ' 1' And right it on our side; - " " ' l! So we will mount the wagon, boys, . " ' -! And tt the Ratio! ride I ,....- . ' ' The Union ii otar wagon, . .'' And the People are Its spring--' 1 ' ' ' And ery true American , , ,., .". j . For Millard Fillmore sings, .; ', , .7 . Wait for the wagon, etc. t .Tin's wagon ii a noble one, (; , Twes made in 76 t Twaa driven by Orvrgt Washington .., " Through stormy polities. .Witti Western Oak and Eeastern pine, . t 1 Aud Northern ash 'tie bound). Palmetto cypres, cotton-wood, - i In Ipokes and wheels are found. . . 'Wait for the wcgon, etc, - ' ' .The Mill-boy of the slashes, boys, Our gallant Henry Clay, -. Once sat within this wagon, ; ;.a And we're sitting here to-day... He drove the road of Compromise, ..' ' ; By Constitution charts, And held the reins of Union All around the people's hearts. ' , . ' Th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1856

!! k) ) ; A ,) 'Hi - . I CLARK II. GREEN, EblTOR AND PROPRIETOK. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, i .JOSE NVARIAELY IN ADVANCE. f vol. 17. GLASGOW, MO , THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 185G. NO. 35. i v f 4 1 V 1. -Por Sale or riont. Til AT well known Firm on the Stat 1'I '""'in? from St. Louis to 8t. Joseph t i n l Hinnlbtitto the latter- place, about f'ur "I les But of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, M., forin irly owned and occupied by the late James tlerrytord. T le mlMcriher beine desirous of leaving Mis ouri f ir a mil lor climate, will sell low for cwh, or will 'tire lime on one half of the purchase mo aejr. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary fo say to strangers coining to the coun try thet it is one of the best 8tock Farms, and 'tor richness of (oil, is unsurpassed by any in the en.itryj no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic b iiiness,no better can probably be found in the State. Tis farm consists of 258 Acres; UOnnJ...

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. — 23 October 1856

G L A SGOW WE E KLY T IMS From tin St. Louis thiol I itencer. I The lw Meeting ftt Crr Place. Grand American Rally. Vs ..' The American Mm Meeting held at Co rr Place yesterday, wee one or the tnol Iriumpliant political demonstrations ever witnessed in this cityj. There were Amer ioani from Missouri, American from Mi noil, Americans from Indiana, and Ameri can from Kentucky present, to participate in the pleire of the re-union. A. 2 o'clock, the preeaitm, comprising horsemen, escorting ladies; a company of Isnlienaiis, dressed and painted a Indians; a Cur, oonUiiiinj thirty one young tallies, eitch representing a Slule of the Union, a Triumphal Car, with gorgeous canopy, tinder which stood a lady, representing the Goddess of Liberty, surrounded by thirteen little girl, with flags the whole accompa nied by four hands of 'tniisie started from the Planters' House lo Carr Place. An object which attracted the attention of all, and excited universal admiration, was huge ship, the "Constit...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1856

G "X A. S G O W ". W E E K IY T I M E S 4 THE GLASGOW TIMES. rUtLUMID IVtST THURSDAY MOaMSO T CLARK E. OREBN, f AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM . IXTAMABLY IJT ADACEf Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the ; expiration of tk lime paid for.gj advibtTTkmihti ' InierWd at the usual rate. A liberal discount to , - Yearly Advertiser. JOB WORK, Of vry description promptly executed at bo aotice, on reasonable terms. AOENTS. T. B. Palmik it our ourthorixed Agent In New York, Button, end Philadelphia, . C. Boardmak, Linneus. O. H. BtrcKHT, Huntsvillt. , Watland ft Co., Roanoke. Tho. O. Shasp, Bloomingto.r - ' J. H. Pinny, Penny" P. O. ' . Pewatt at Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. G. H. Hoiili, Trenton. (Tjr-Po, tin asters generally are reqneeted to aet ai agents. 83"" All agent are requested to remit by mail wheiierer they hire convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. CaCStDENTIAL XLICTOKS. 1st. District Ja...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1856

1 G L 'AJS G O VV ' W K K K L Y -T I M E S" fc THfi OLD UltEEX LAKE. Pwat tht Very merry mmroer tins ' , , , , -That garland kill! ml dells, -And tht tvath wind rang t fairy chin ' Cpn the foxglove bells j . ( , ' ; Jbt cuckoo ttood on the lady birch ;, .,. To bid br kut good-by : Th lark sprang over the rillnf cbarcb, ' And whittled to the sky, And wt bad eotta fron tba kirmt sheaves, A blilba and tawny train, ; And tracked our path with pompcy bam , AI0B4 the old frotn last. - . ; 1 i TwatB pleasant way on a tunny dty; Arid wt were a happy let, ' , ' c ' At wa idly bent whera the streamlet want To get our fingers wet, . With th dog-rose here, and the orehit there, And the woodbine twining through, J With Ihe broad trert meeting everywhere1. And the grast (till dank with dew," ' . Abl w all forgot, in that blissful spot, ' The names of care and pain, I - Al we Jay on the bank By the shepherd's col To rest in the eld green lane. . . ! Oh,daysgone by! I can but tigh .r Ai 1 think of ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1856

CLARK H GREEN,' EDITOR AND PROPBIITOB. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCt. VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1856. NO. 3G. TAWAIILE FAIlH Fox Sale ox Ilent. THAT well known Firm on the Stat BtXrZ iwaus leadinr rrom at. iaii 10 si. josepn An i and Hannibal to th latter place, about four milet East of Kertesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owoed and occupied by the late Jamei Herryford. Ths subscriber being desirous of leaving Mis Muri for a milder climate, will ell low for eaJh, 'or will ire time on one half of the purchase mo sey. Tbia Farm ia ao well known that it ia only necessary to aay to strangers coming to the coun try thM it ia one of the beat Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any In the country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to ita locality for doing any pub lic bunnesi.no better can probably be found ia the State. The farm consists of 258 Acres; 130 tinder cul tivation, newly fenced. There are...

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. — 30 October 1856

I READ. EEAD1I Til NORTHERN DEMOCRACY. Willie the Democralio parly in (ha South are claim ing to ba ihe peculiar friend of Southern rihl, Soulhern interest, and Southern in- tiiuiiuiis, ins norinem uemocrucy are claiming to be better and more bitter Free toiler than are the Black Republican. They oppose the Black Republican not be cause they are a Freesoil parly, but because they are not a good Aboliliotii.ta a the Democracy. The f ollowing are exact copies of posters issued by the Democrats of Ohio lor two JJcmocrutic meetings.- The original posters are now in our possession. Read ihem, men of lbe South. Read them, Dem ocrats of the South, and then sny if the Democratlo party in the North is not more ultra in it Abelilionism than the blackest of the B2ack Republicans: Louisville iournai. " ; THE UNION! BOCK AKD tC. . TO THE HEICCEt i There will be a meeting of the friends of the Lmon, tlioe WHO ARE OPPOSED TO LEGALIZING SLAVERY IN THE TERRITORIES, and who tire opposed to Making all...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1856

G L A S GO W WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. f fiLiiito sviav thorsdat stoaaiao t 1 4 01AKZ H. OEBBH, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM ' IKTARIABMT IM ADVAKtE, fg" Subscriptions promptly discontinued tt tbe ., .- expiration or m urn paia tor.jg astibtTixkivti Inserted et tit usual rates. . A liberal discount to i Yearly Advertisers. . ; JOO WORE) executed' t eho terms. Of every description promptly i notice, oo reasonable IHCIITli T. B. Palmer it our ourthorized Agent In New iotk, Boston, and milaaeipnia. C. BoAKDMAit. Linneus. . , O. H. Bobckhabt, Huntsville. Watlakd Co., Koanoke. ., j , . Thos. O. SiiAe, nioomingto.r J. H. Pihny, Penny's P. O., Powell & Co., Cambridge. , W. A. Wiisow, Marshall. O. H. Rubble, Trenton. 7" Postmasters generally are requested to act a anents. ' (tjT All tgenti nre requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amount!. For President MILLABD FILLMORE, s of New York. '' For Vice President Alt DREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. 1st. Sd. d. 4th. 8t...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1856

a L A S G O W vWiLE'E' K UYU T I M E S ' 1 fc2A SOSQ. Xik i ftiingof life ' ' ' .. . Ih joyous strife, V ' ; Our ship bounds tight and free:-i , i As a tea gull springs . With snowy wings ' ,In tier course o'er the trackless set. , Some love to dwell " In the quiet dell, But '.lie soene thnt delights my view, I a vessel proud, v With her canvass ototid, 'As she sweeps the billows blue. " Some love to go . . .. Where rivers flow ; v Through valleys green and fair; 1 love the frown ' When nighl comes down ' 'Mid the lightning's lurid glare. Some love a sky Like a maiden's eye . , When it beime in the starlight hour: I love the waves When the storm king raves And the while seas rise in power. - A home for me . Oil truckle sea In n vessel swill and free, Where the whirling gale. In the swelling sail Is raising its ocean glee. J3"An effected singer nt one of our thea tres, the other night, was told by a wag in the gallery, "(o come out from behind ltii uose and sing like other people." 3...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1856

A J ' i 9 ' . t i vmt CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1856. NO. 37, (YAMJARL.E FARM For Salo or Xloxxt. Q THAT well known Farm on the State Ki&K Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph ! and Hannibal to the latter place, about tour miles East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryrord. Thesubscriher being desirousof leaving Mis , lapuri for a milder climate, will sell low for cah, , v r will jive time on one half of the purchase mo I ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only i necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun- try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richnessof soil, is unsurpassed by any in the ! countrvt no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business,no better can probably be found in the State. The farm consists of 258 Acres; 130 un...

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. — 6 November 1856

V GLASGOW WEEKLY- T I ME S . From the New York News. Eonglai Jerrold and Mrs. Boeeher Stowe., The celebrated Laurence Sterne, who wept over an ill-used aa, was notorious for his infamous conduct to his wife: This ex posed him to many retorts from las' literary enemies. In this point the authoress of Dred and Uncle Tom's Cubin resembles the Irish author, and like him, she now and (hen catches a Tartar. ' Mrs. Stowe, who bewail the fate of the nigger, has no compassion fur the million of QVertatkcd and hull' starved whites, especi ally the poor needle women of her own country, . ' -' Douglas Jerrold has lately addressed, through the columns of the paper he edits, Lloyd's Weekly, a letter in whbh the match less hy Docracv of Mr. Beechcr 5towc is held up to publio contempt. It is a matter of history that the most depraved and brutal of Southern plunters never treated his re fractory negroes as the Duchess of Suther land has the hard working peasants of Scot land. In this there is not a ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1856

G LA SGOW WEEKLY T I M E S OlLHHtD EVCAY THURSDAY MORHINO BY OLAEK H. GREEN, , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM ' IflVAIUAllLlf.il ADVANCE, (3T" 8ubcriptlom promptly discontinued at the xpirttion of the time paid for.&J ADV1RTIBEK SHTS Imerted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOD WORK, notice, on reaaom Of erery deecription promptly executed at sho limbic terms. AOENT8. V. B. Palmer is our otirthorized Agent in Now York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boardman, Linneus. G. H. Burckhart, Huntsville. Wavlaho & Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. Sharp, Dloomingto.r J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell . Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hubble, Trenton. (Postmasters generally are requasted to act as agents. All agents are requested to remit by mail wnenever iney nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Horning, November 6, 1856. Look lor the X- A cross (thus X) immediately before the nnme.'signifies that the time paid for has ex pired. Election Returns...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1856

G L 1 A S G O Wf WEE K L Y ' T I 'M E S AUTUM5. Bt Auci Caiet. Through ray window shows the stain Of the oak, grown redly sere Autumn frost, and Autumn rnin, Fall month too toon this year Fall a month too loon, my dear. Were you sitting near to me, O, my friend, this dreary day, Brownest fields would seem to be Sweet with speckled pinks, and hoy, And the maples, twice as gay. In their yellow caps they stand, Down the ridges, two by two, Looking very proud and grand, As if God had made them new. As I should be, loved by you. ' From its bower of biting thorns, Will the sweet briar break in Like a thousand little morns To one round and rosy day? Never, with my love nway. May, JfAntiquary too often a collector of valuables thut are worth nothing; and a re collector of all that time has heen glad to forget. 5rjMr. Y. declared that his wife had five fulls that she was beautilul, doubtful, youthful, plentiful, and an armful, Clearing Guns. The scientific Ameri. can says that a gun can be c...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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