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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 January 1858

31ft iu ll -CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPKIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1858. NO. 46. THEO. BARTIIOLOW, ' (Successor to Bartholow It, Williams,) For ward lug;; and Commission MERCHNJT, JSD STEJilBOT AGENT. rpHANRKVL for the very liberal patronage X extended to Bnrtholow . Williams for the past season, I respectfully ask ft continuance ;of same, pledging myself to use my best exertions to merit the same. 'I have safe and ampleroom for everv description of storage. (Jj Office second door'above Thomson, Lew is & Co. I am also in the market payinjr cash for every description or rrouuee, or win snip per nccoum f Farmers. T. B. Dec.25,1858 DENTISTRY. am. irT A IT, null I TAT vmilil KTi ....11.. ....... tUm nl I r3 IH lil I Ull V llliui 111 lnr l-Mitciis w. Fayette and vicinity, that he is at his eld stand, where he expects to remain until some thing new turns up. He will put in Full or Partial Setts of Artifi...

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. — 14 January 1858

GLASGOW WE EKL Y TIMES Prom Washington. Washington, January 7. Senate. Messrs. Henry and Toombs sited, bul the Senate refused, lo excuse them from serving on ttie French Spoliation Bill Committee, . N The Senate llien proceeded to the consid eration of Crittenden's resolution in favor of increasing duties on importsfend substi lulinging home for foreign valuation. He did hot believe that the present law will produce an odeqiinto amount of revenue for the support of the Government. An in crease of fivo per cent, on woolen end cot ton would bo sufficient to afford all necessa ry protection. Mr. Filch moved nn amendment taxing all bank notes, with discrimination aguinst those nf a small denomination, so as to drive the loiter out or circulation. On motien of Mr. TJlay the resolution and amendment were lubled. Mr. Pugh presented a petition from citi zens of Portsmouth, Ohio, praying for the charter of a National Hank, for thirty years, with a capital of $00,000,000. Also for an increase...

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. — 14 January 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES LISIISD SVBRY THURSDAY MOR.NIMO BY CLARK H.GEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM invariably XJSi, iibscnptionsnro discontinued t the ,, exiiratiim of the time paidfor.3) aDvertiTkmbhts iMirtad atthe usual rates. Aliberaliiiscountto ; -., Yearly Advertisers. job uonit, tvery description promptly executed at short , notice, on reasonable terms. V, B. PAtMEHisom ourthorited Agent InNew York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boa nisi ah, Linneus. O. H. Bjrckhart, Huntsville. Wayland & Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. Shahp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powkll ft Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. n W Hrrnnr.E. Trenton. If'Postmasters.renerally are requestedtoact I agents. . ... .1 ., r All: igsnts ire requested to remit by mail srstnevertney nave comeum" " Thursday Morning, Jan. 14, 1858. took for the X- A cross (thus X) immediately before the Mine, fignifiesthat the time paid for has ex- pired. Notice This. For the future we expect to charge for 11 notices. Relictio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 January 1858

GLASG O VV WEEKLY TjM E S The Unieen Buttle Field. There it an nnaeen batlta field. In tret J Jiiunan bnrost, Where Im o opposing forces mt, And where iliey seldom rett, That field Is veiled from mortal e"ght, 'Tin only seen by one Who knowt alone where victory lie) When each day't fight ii done. One army clusters strong and fierce, Their chief oa demon form; His brow is like (he thunder cloud, His voice the bursting storm. Hit captains, Pride, and t.ust, and Ht;j Whose troops watch night awl day, Bwifl todetcct the weakest pointj And thirsting (or the fray. Contending with the mighty fore Is but a little baud; Yet theie with an unquailing front, Those waniort firmly standi Their leader is of God-like form, (if countenance serene: And glowing on his naked breast A simple cross it seen. Hit captains, Faith, and Hope, and Love, Point to that wondrous sign; And gaxingon it, all receive Strength f i om a source divine. Ihry feel it speaks a glorious truth, A truth as great us sure, That...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 January 1858

5 CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW MO:, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1858. NO. 47. j TIIEO. BAUTIIOLOW, (Successor to Bartholow &. Williams,) Forward ing and Commission MERCHSAT, AND STEAMBOT AGEXT. THANKFUL (or the very liberal patronnee extended to Bartholow k Williams for the past season, I respectfully ask a continuance ",of same, pledging myself to use my best exertions to merit the tame. I have safe and ample room for tvery description of storage. (J" Office second door above Thomson, Lew is &. Co. I am also in the market paying cash for every description of Produce, or will ship per account of Farmers. T. li. Dec. 25, 1856 DENTISTRY. nn. a . r.. nouirox would respectfully inform the citizens of ' Favette anil vicinity, that he is at his old stand, where he expects to remain until some thing new turns up. He will put in Fill I or Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure and w...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 January 1858

From Utah. Wc publish below Gov. Cummio'. let ter to ex Gov. Yoono, ond alto hit prncla tnation on entering tlie Territory, and de claring I'luh in a state of rebellion. Our information ii t lint the Mormons, already satisfied of the hopelessness ol their resist ance, are preparing to abandon Salt Lnke City early in the spring. Pioneer panic have already gone forward, nnd it ii proba ble that Youfio't threat, that the army would find Great $alt Lnke City in ashen, will be verified. They have uetorminod, H is said, to emigrate to the British Posses sions, but what portion of them is not known. All that Governor Youito has de termined upon, it is said, is, that he will keep the troops of the United Stales where they are this winter. It is believed that many hundreds of the Saints will be left be hind to abide the protection of the United Slates troops. Understanding that the ar my was in want of salt, lie sent to the camp ol Col. Johnston fifteen mules loaded with nit, with his respec...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 January 1858

mm j' rviJaMiMijsami'H.:'tM jiiia !) .imwyu.awwj-Ji'tmLa GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES I THE GLASGOW TIMES. SDBLISHED XVERY THURSDAY MOnHINO IT CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXVARIAIlEY IN ADVANCE, jkir" SnUicriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration or me lime paiuior ADVERTISEMENTS laasrted at the usual rates. Aliberalditcountto Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, : ayery description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. - ' ' AViif N if S. V. B. PAtMEnisour ourthorizedAgent iliNtw York, Boston. and Fhiladelplna. C. Boa until an, Linneus. Q. H. B.'acitii.' rt, Huntsvilli. Wavland & Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. Shahp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powkli St Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wit.soN, Marshall. n. H. Hubble. Trenton. frs-'i'jstinasters jenerally are requcjtedtoaot s agents. r"ll tgents rt requested to remit by mail whenever cney nave convenient umuuma. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Jan. 21, 1858. Look for the X- A oross( tints X) immediately bef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 January 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY T I ME S The love-Knot. BV nora Fenny. Tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied her raven ringlets in. But not alone in the silken enure, Did she catch her lovely flouting hair, For, tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied a young man's heart within, They were strolling together up the hill, Where the wind comes howling merry chill And it blew the curls a frolicksome race, All over the happy, peach-colored f.ice, Till, scolding and laughing) she tied them in, ' Under her beautiful, dimpled chitij And it blew a color, bright ns the bloom Of the pinkest fuschin's tossing plume, AH over the cheeks of the prettiest girl That ever imprisoned a romping curl, Or, in tying her bonnet under her chin, Tied a young man's heart within. Steeper and steeper grew the hill Madder, merrier, chillier, still, The western wind blew down and played The wildest tricks with the little maid, As, tying her bonnet under her chin, She tied a young man's heart within. Oh, western wind, do you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 January 1858

- . f a-- .11. . . " V . I X PB . W V ) v Tsar 1 . -r 1 ! , I ' ivo .i.iic; l.-w - " r SWtWJBI f1i '.?Sf iiJ'v J ' .(it l"fl t jra;' 14'J ! Wl(fii Illiica !.'.;) iiC'M. Y't'ii :i it it t-.. , ,-! -ill ': -...."- i-'i. ' .. ' ' I. ' "TV I -V I JVDM.:;-;;f,::L,. Lm fl , r i lj i l f i ,,. am 1 1 a ii w I . ..-'' El CLARK II. GREEN,! EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ;.i T'D.!ipyir-BiiLr emltuml ismsl teobiwb tit; ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. v "3 1 XiiUSfl Wsik GLASGOW, MO:, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1858. NO. 48. vENTISTRY. J It; A. E. ROVLTOIV would respectfully inform the citiiens of Fayette ana vicinity, that he it at hia old i tand, where he expects to remain until tome thing new turnt up. He will put in Full or Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on 'ATbiSnlieric Pressure and warranted to remain r . ' ii. : . i i v :,i . ; una in uiewuuiu, ana 10 oe worn wiiuuui lotuu ' vehlence. . The most difficult cases fitted withac- , curacy. . ,. .... IAIIBFAHOS GUA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 January 1858

r G L A S GO W 0t. Wirt on tht leoomptoo ComUtu- tion. V ..... . ;. Extract of a letter from Hunt A. Wiss,' Governor of Virginia, to the New Vork Tamma ny Society, in reply to an hritatio4o attend the Society'! celebration of tbe Anniversary of tht Battle of New Orln.J X . When we (North- and South) fisppsrHo meet in the common, Territories, to male new home i and neighborhood! there, alt we have to do ia to respect each ether's e quel rights. If we are Southern slavehold - era, don't ice ear- property be invaded or . taken, away from us( don't allow, any powr $ er to prevent ua from tetllirig upori oommofi lands, or don't drive us away; from- -the set tlements we have made upon a domain pur -ehnsed or won by common treasure end u nited valour. - On the other hand, il you prefer that slavery shall not be incorpora ted, in Jhe new Jjpdy pulitio,of which, jou are to become members, we promise you c.thBtH-"halt net irnhosed ripon Vott, With our oonsent, either iy force or by fraud. ,: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 January 1858

-.THE GLASGOW TIMES. ronnsiiEj) ivsnr thUbsdav mobmho ST ', i' CL1BK Hk QREBN, , tAT ONE DOLLAR .PER ANNUM . st Subscription promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.aJ 'f ' ri'i' ADVKfctliEIIKHti i! Bessrted atths usual rates. AUbereldiseountto . .. ; Yearly Advertisers. ,.; , :.. ... job WML, C every descriptionproroptlyeMeuted at short noticeron reasonable terms. T. B. PAistmisour ourthorixed Agent InNew York, Boiton, and Philadelphia. "'-, -0. Boabdsiaw, Linneus. ..--. Gi H. I'JictRAit, Huntsville. W Watland Co., Roanoke. . ., Tho. O. Shabv, Bloomington. 1 J. H. Pirrwv, Penny', P. I). ' " ' . Powell at Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wiliok, Marshall. rv (t i O. H. Hobble, Trenton..-, -. (J5J"Postinastereenerally are requested toast . (jjJA.ll3zntirereqiiested fo remit by mail r wkenevermey nave convenient muuma, . ; i 'GLASGOW MISSOURI; ThnrWiRy Morning, Jan. 28, 1858. .1 ,i..,v.lo'k for.tle X.'. '. V A cross (thus X)innecliate)y before the tname,ignifieithat the time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 January 1858

I G L A S G O W rW E E R L Y T I M ES .THOUGHT Olt THE PAS ".", j wA o'er the vanished yeer -i.:V,-J- ' ' t ix -i i" The hrt acidly stealing,' "''J' i'v, - ' What tcrmw to memory dear '" . Awake the slumeeriiur feeling!' ' ' ;;l ...When gentle Spring - On rosy wing, v f""' . Lint sung her long beguiling', -u WaeVwrtijoy, ' ' ' tany lip was srailiiur. eC '3? w- . ohl ften were fruinds beloved,- i f 'iTr. In health and beauty blooming, .' And green tlie paths we roved, i - t t..o Midst flowers o sweet perfuming! in v Hope too was bright ,, . .il.,e.. . i! , "And trar'j no flighty- ) '1 i n And youth no sting at sorrow! V. 'Th smile so gay, V lr' i CSV. :-v jT ; V.-.IW Trial snone to-day, .y-. . Like promise gave "tile morrow, i I Vi - i mi . Those lovous hours arerona. . Thoe friends in deal h are sleeping! y -- Hush'd is the tuneful toVue, -i ' . . - "c eje smuaiaweepingr- "'"' " "" Hi ,t Spring hath fled, -. j ...?,.ii. boon "Those flowers are dead, i ,tv Y . Anl mournful winds are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 February 1858

ft ttite A t i nans tg wuTteat, fliaauriBa em Haai Icmuo7" r'ss:s ; ,-.. , " 1 ' ' -r, 1 v-it . , ' ""."'"... . 1 ; .... ' '' , 1 . : "" .'nLr.-T:'-- : a- rj:-jr-r.-: " VOL. 18. ' ; GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1858. NO. 49, DENTISTRY. mi. a . r. not t.roy would respectfully inform the citiiens of iayeite ana vicinity, that nets at hn old stand, where he expects to remain until some thing new turns up. He will put in Full or Part ial Setts of "Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure and warranted to remain firm in the mouth, end to be worn without incon venience. The most difficult cases fitted with ac curacy. SATISFATION GUARANTEED IN ALL CA8ES, or no charge will he made. Decayed teeth neatly rilled with gold foil, and great care taken to render the operation attendant with as little pain as pos sible, and those past cure skillfully extracted. He respectfully solicits favors from all those who may wish any operation performed pertaiu tng to Dentistry. All Op...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 February 1858

G L "A S G O VV W E E K li Y T I M E S Confjtess. House, Jaw. 5th. -The Speaker p pointed the following gentleman the Special Committee on the Pacifio Railroad: I'helpt of Missouri, Jones of Tenneiaee, YVashbiirne of Maine, Wilton of Virginia, , Curtis of Iowa, Corning of New York, Un ' derwood of Konlucky, Groesbeck of Ohio, Gilmore of North Carolina, Singleton of Mississippi, Farnsworth of Illinois, Phillips "of Pennsylvania, Lough of Mississippi, Dry- an of Texas, and Scott ol California. 1 Mr. Uaktkell, in Committee of tho Whole, spoke in defense of slavery, de claring that it was sanctioned by the word of God and by dictates of humanity, and that even England and France are ready to re-embrk in an attempt to establish the institution in their colonies. Mr. Waiubcrm, ot YViiconsion, de nounced the Treasury Note Bill as a lied Dog and Wild Cat speculation by the Gov ernment. Mr. Grihgir said that the Administra tion had, by extravagance, increased the ex penditures eighteeu or ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 February 1858

3 RnKsnm THE GLASGOW TIM PUBLISHED RVERT THURSDAY MOBRIBO BY CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IWAni AI1I,Y IX ADTANtE, j" Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the exjurauon 01 wie uuicpuiuiui.rfiv ABV1ETUEHSNT8 Hserted atthe usual rates. Aiiberaldiicountto Yearly Advertisers. j ok woim, C every description promptly executed at short nonce, on reusunnwc ivi JV. V. B. PALMERisour ourthorized Agent inNew York, Boston, ami Philadelphia. C. Boarosian, Linnens. O. H."U.ibckhart, Hiintsville. Wavland & Co., Roanoke. Tho. G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Pekny, Penny's P. O. Poweli. fc Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. n H Hnnm.c. Trenton. Postmastersenerally are requestedtoact intents. ' , (r"llas;ntsnrereqiiested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Feb. 4, 1858. Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, t ignifiesthat the time paid for has ex pi red. Notice Thia. For the future we expect to' charge f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 February 1858

'it ' GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PARTING. . The moor. ! up and I lmv com, To bid farewell to thee, - And by its cold pale light lo speak The word that seti thee free) Then let us juin our hand once more, And wander by the tide, Where ihou ud I shall tit no more, In friendship tide by iide. The eve if fair end beautiful, And not a oloud ii nigh, Save thnt which darkens on thy brow, And shade thy glorious eye; The moon lights up our tryiting plaoe As sweellv as of old; E'er thai thy heart had learned to doubt, Ur its warm love grow cold. I know cot why this darksome change, ' Has come across thy heart; I only know und only feel, That thou and I mutt part; I ask not if a tnirer lorm Had met thine earnest eye, I only know thy love estranged, And that mine must dir. I came not forth to tell thee all This aching heart must bear, Already bowed beneath weight Of more than mortal cure; I pnrting thus from all that made This cold life dear to me, For thou wast all I had to love, And now farewell to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 February 1858

r - j 1 M K .1 1 - CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. mimm mmmuL immmnmM, urn mmM, mmmmm ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( I WARIAMLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1858. NO. 50. DENTISTRY-. JAS. FITZPATRICK. IlOt ST., SIOX A1VD OIIXAMEXTA1. PAINTER, : PAPER HANGER 4ND GLAZIER, DIl. A. E. DOl'l.TOX would respectfully inform the citizens of Fayette anil vicinity, that lie is at his old stand, where he expects to remain until some thing new turns up. He will put in Full or Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure ami warrantc.l to remain .. ' ",.,;,;,, his work to be satisfactory, and iii prices to be in accordance with the times. Glasgow, Jan. 7, 18jS Jra fS nirain permanently located in this plnce? pre- 1. pared clve prompt uneniion loan orucrs in ma firm in the mouth, and to be worn without iticon vemence. The most ihflicult cases fitted wilhuc- curocv. ; 8ATISFAXI0N GUARANTEED IN All CASES, or no charge will be made. Decayed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 February 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES Congress. Sesate, Feb. 1m. Mr. Houston op poexl ilia Army Bill. He saw no necessity (or standing armies; Ihcy were contrary tu the theory of our Government; mid should liol be encouraged. He advoouled (lie rais ing of volunteer to meet all emergencies, declaring I hat tliey were uot more expensive 1 linn rrgnlur troop, and were decidedly preferable. Tlie lour regiment raised a lew year ago had dune nothing else limn kill a lew Indian women a d children. Bet ter, oiJ lie, treat the Indians like men, than Until them down like wild beasts. Mr. Wilvik gave notice of tin amendment, authorizing the l'reilent to cull out not mora than 5.000 volunteer. Mr. Douglas endeavored to itave the Minnesota Lit 11 taken up, arguing that the two Senators from thai new Suite ought to be admitted and heard on subsequent sub jects. Mr. Cm tterdek, Mr. Seward, Mr ilulo, mi. I Air. Wilson, took the same view, while Mr. Green, Air. Gwin, and Mr MaKon, opposed it. Mr. Mason declared that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 February 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE'GiaSGOWTIMS,t rOBMSBtD BVEKT TlltJIlSDAY MOHMHO CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, sjiiliscriptions promptly discontinued at f lie sxpiralionor. tue unispaiaior.v ISTKKtllEXlHll asorUd Bttlie usual rates. A liberal JUcount to t Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, . svery description promptly executed at ihort notice, on IffUBUiigwic ani ut V. B. PAtMEaUour ourthorued Agent inifew York, Boston, mil Philadelphia. C. Boahoman, Linncus. t. II. B;itcKHAHT, Huntsvills. Wavlano St Co., Roanoke. Tuns. G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. II. Pknny, Penny's P. O. Powictt Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. JT. HtmsLF.. Trenton. (fypistmasteriienerally are reqiiestcdtoact a scents. ItSTAll iantsarereqiiested to remit by mail believer tney nave convenient auiuuma. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Fet. 11, 1858. Look for the X. A oross (ttius X) immediately before the name, signifies tliat the time paid for hn ex pired. KotiCB This. For the future w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 February 1858

ft G L AS GO W W E E K L Y T 1 ME S 7 TIIK fcrilMTCAl. ItAILYt'Al'. The following line were round in railroad stationbonse in England, supposed to be written by a gentleman who had been there detained) . The line to heaven hy Christ was made With heavenly tiuths the rail are laid, From earth to be; ven the line extend, : To life eternal, where it ends, Repentance is the station-house, Where pussengers are taken ill) No fee for them is there to pay, For Jesus is himself the way. ,. The Bible is the Engineer, It points the way to heaven so clear. Thiough tunnels dark and dreary here, It does the way to glory steer. God's love the fire. His truth the steam, Which drives the engine and the train, All you who Would to glory ride, Must come to Cuiist, in II. m abide. The first, the second and third, class, Repentance, Faith and Holiness, You must the way to glory gain, Or you with Christ cannever reign, Come then poor sinner, now's the time. At any station on the line, If you repent and t...

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