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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 February 1858

'.5 If '' '1 . '.a I n ;i j i :i v v o n T.4 i U ; CLAltK, H. GREEN, , EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.' i ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCE. , VOL. 18: 1 GLASGOW,; MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1858. . NO. 51- DENTISTRY. Dlt. A. E. B0117TOH would respectfully inform, the citizens of t avette and vicinity, mat lie u si nis old stand, where he expects to remain until some thing new turna up. He will put in Full or Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure end warranted to remain fin. in U.4 ilouIIi, and to be won without incon venience. The most difficult easel fitted with ie--curacy. ..'.. . .. . : . " AATIlFATIOlf OUAKA1TTEED AIL CAISS, r no charge win be Made. ' Decayed teeth neatly filled with gold foil, and treat care taken to' render the operation attendant with as little pain as poa eible, and those past cure skillfully extracted. . He respectfully solicit favors Loin all those Whs may wish any operation performed pertain, tog to Dentistry. ''.....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 February 1858

GLASGOW WEEKL Y. (T f MES QMtMl V: Coigresi.' ".. StHAT. Feb. B.r-Mr. FessemJen of Maine, toke tgaintt the President's Mes uf( on (he Katigi s question, arguing that it was one-sided view of the cose, awl not orily ignored many fact, -but staled" things which were nul true. Mr. Clay of Ala bama end Mr. Benjamin of Louisiana re plied to Mr. Fessenden, , Mr. Davit, of Mississippi, teemed Mr. Fessenden, - of disunionism. The latter denied, and harped Mr. '.'Davie with disunionism, which Mr. Davis also denied. - The Mes ojb wee referred to the Committee on Territories..' v , ' ' ' ., : Hovn, Feb. 8. The House was crowd ed, there being Inrje number of persons in ihe jrallerief.-y'Mr. Stephens notion to refer the President's Kantas Message to the. Committee on Territories was . rejeoted by a vote of 113 yea to 114 nays. Mr. Harris' motion to refer it to Special Com mittee, with instructions to report faols in relation to the Leeumpton Constitution end .the Kansas eleolioris, was adopted b...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 February 1858

Tie G L A S Gr O W W E E R L Y T I-M E S V J, THE GLASGOW TIMES. 1 tOBMSHCD IfUT t HUBSDAV BtOaNISO BT .,- clajk e. greek, At one . dollar per annum IKTARIABLT VS ADTAWCE, - . axpiratioa of the time paid for.J ADTIITIIIKSNTI astrtea at the usual rates. A libereldiscount to .:, Ytaxly Advtrtisara. . 1 JOB WORK 1 evtry dtscription promptly executed- at ihort . T B- Paisibb ia our ourthoriatd Agent in New Yorsj,Boaton,and Philadelphia. , y. ... C, BoAaoMAW, Llnneut. . H. Bi'acKHAAT, Huntsvillt. Wavland It Co., Roanoke. ' Thoi.-G. Shabp, Bloomington . a. J. H. Piimt, Penny's P. O. Powait & Co.f Cambridge. - - - W. A. Wilson, Marshall, n H Hiiiaii. Trenton. JPostinastersrenerelly artrequesttdtoact (Raf"Allagantiarerequeited to remit by mail aaneverioey nave cuuvemcuianiuuii,.. GLASGOW MfSSOURlT" n i Thursday Horning, Feb. 18, 1868. -a a ! : Look for tho X , f A eross ( thus X) immediately before the name, eigmfiesliiat ihe time paid for bai ex pired. ... ' - Hotleo This. ' For the fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 February 1858

'r.-w;.,t;j A. . 't 'lffcX? ' 'Tr 'Pti'IVlni.Jiifcliif,.o! 7-1 r-' t?Ttrft-f- flas. i Aitxmt t I .! . . .k ( fiVKKXR.LoirGixasr Im I !. - -Ul . 1 . -AM my Wirt it aver wailing' ; 1 5' .' -; Waiting for the May ' , Waiting for tha pleasant ramble, , . a, Whera the pleasant hawthorn brambles, With the weadbine alternating, ":.: ' Scent th dewy May. r " " Ah? rty heart is weary waiting ,v: , Waiting for the May. ,. ' - " ! :. "' . . ' ' AM my heart it tick with lunging '- ' .Longing for the May Longing to escape front study, .' To tha young fgea fair and ruddy, -i - And tha thousand chirms belonging -j To the summer day. " . 1 .' ,' I . . Ah I my heart is siak with longing, .,. ! 1 Longing for the May." ' "n " ' i " ' """ Ah! my heart is sore with sighing" Sighing for tha May V Sighing for Ilia sun returning, ' When tha summer beams are burning, - Hopes and flowers that dead or dying, , ' . All the winter lay. . - Ah! my heart is sore with sighing ' Sighing for the May. ' '.'. '' '. .'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 February 1858

Mi I I ill ll tmt CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR J ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1858. NO. 52. DENTISTRY. DR. A. E. nOlXTOUT would respectfully inform the citizen! of Fayette ana vicinity, that lie ii at his old stand, where he expect! to remnin until some thin? new turns up. He will put in Full or , Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure and warranted to remain firm ill the mouth, and to be worn without incon venience. The moat difficult cases fitted with ac curacy. 8ATI3FATI0N GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES, r no charge will be made. Decayed teeth neatly ifiUed with fold foil, and great care taken to render (he operation attendant with ai little pain aa pos sible, and those past cure skillfully extracted. - tie respectfully solicits favors from all those who may wish any operation performed pertain ing to Dentistry. All Operations Warranted. . Fayette, Oct. 22, 1857. JAS: FITZPATR1C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 February 1858

-v- G L A SG O.W W E E K L, Y T 1MES Mr. Anderion'i Bpeech. Tli speech or Hon. T. L. Anderson, do livcrcd some time stnte in Congress, 'is t'liciting tip little attention and remark from the press of tlie State, end especially of bi Diitrict. The Locofoco papers are loud in iti praise, while a large majority of the A meriean paperi condemn it. The stricture of the fireti are confined to that portion ol the speech wherein he tkes tide with the administration on Kansas affairs. We uppoie no American 'paper will condemn, much lets will the locolocos approve, the following extract from, the opening para graph of the speech: "I am, air, the reprnentntive of a con stituency who, looking to the purity and permaiiancy of our institution, demand that the term for the naturalization of foreigners chail he expended; who desire to render harmless all .foreign influence in our politi cal affairs; who deny to Congress the con stitutional power to interfere with the do meslia institutions of eithe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 February 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY, TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. WBLIIHEB ST1XV THURSDAY MOBNINO BY CLARK H. GREEN, ' AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY 1ST ADVANCE. ' JT Subscription! promptly discontinued at; the expiration of the time paid for.FJ A D V Z & tTTe If E II T I Inserted it the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. jon work, Of every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. f AGKWTS.' . Jove, Coa & Co., Philadelphia and New York. W. T'.fMAU.ORY, Fayette. - C. Boardman, Linnens. 6. H. Burckhart, Hunlsvllle. Wa viand & Co., ltoanoke. J. H. Penney, Penney's P. 0. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. jy Postmasters generally are requested to act a agents. (tTAll agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. , GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, February 25, 1858, Look for the X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time) paid for has expired. . Notice Tb.ii. For the future we expect to charge f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 February 1858

nria jgllialSigIo Iw! W li ek l' y M e' s 'nrwEHT ie Ans ago.' : . I nut girl the other dayfc " ,1 ' ' Some twelve years old or so, ' ' (, :-i The image o( a nymph I loved Borne twenty years ago The blushing chef k, the sparkling eye, 5 ' ' The heir of raven flow Ah, bow they set my heart a-blaze ( , Some twenty years ago. 1 spoke her answers did not much . .. Of wit or wisdom show But thus the lovely Mary talked - Some twenty years ago. . What! could a shallow heart like this My heart in tumult throw? y I must have been a little green Some twenty years ago. I met the lovely Mary since Her charms nave vanished though - Her wit and wisdom are the same , As twenty years ago! I looked upon her faded cheek, . Unlit my feelings glow; . And thank her that she scorned my lore Some twenty years ago. fond boyl who now wouldst gladly die To please some simpering miss Who knows what thou wilt think of her Some twenty years from this! 1 Fashions. Time was when girls their bonnets war Projecting...

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

? j ; P N , . ' I I .1 EDITOR AXD PROPMETO. ) ( I 'J J r-" : ; -",.7" u rS-wti... " ,.c.,V r,l':!;.i: .. : ; '. . ' ...... r - . '...' - , . .... w a, .i 1 . . - - - - - - - - - - - . .. - I : E 7 " 1 1 ! ' ' ! : ! T3 . : 1 t . a ' ... : T ... ; r , . . -v. v. . - . - 9 Ut- 5:1 'CtABk'H. GREEN,-?J EDITOR AXD PBOPWETOB. i vol: 19: r ' 7 f GLASGOW; MOl; THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 11 v 1858- - V-1 ' . w , .. ,.,1 . NO.' w ' c d: mju-itaw & CO. le. Trawu ciock Maker.,. ; i ..Vo.30;.our4 SU It,.U..,.,-. A laree nd well sclfrtrt assonmfni or on AT and Uiv any 're- i 2, ;lrcdl Epsravu. really .xecukdad lloi- ris-rbe blghest price. P.d f0,0'u,'"7:nr tjver.' "" ' '- , J 5IACKELF0KD, FINNEY & CO, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,; " IO. 1S2 8ECOXD ITKEEI, . Sf . LOPIS MISSOURI, -r Ftb. S6.l857-iaa . ' ; atclieg.Clock,Jewpln So ixirer ana naiea ""Lf; riVE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLEBT, H removtd to co'.iwr cf rourtU Bd Loet , , Slreets in s : JAS: FITZPATR1CL nOCSE, SIGN AXD QRSAMEXTAE ' ...

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

From the " Bruuswicker k. Gazette." " To the American Party. -7' The application of Kansas -for admission . into the confederacy of States as an inde pendant State, under-what ,is eommonly called, the "Lecotnpton Constitution, has given rise 10 a diversity oi opinion among ' Democrats, respectieg theamits of that application, and from the present indica 'tiona, will also occasion a difference of sen timent amour the member of the -Amer i- -ean party, in--this Stale. ,-Ai; an humble nember of the latter "party one who has proven himself true to its principles, by his - defence of tbem, when they .were most . fiercely and bitterly assailed I ' desire to address some considerations,- to the mem bert of that 'party, in relation to this new question,' -..--.- .. . r If there he one principle to which the A . merican party u committed, and .upon which its members-have uniformly eonduo- ted every canvass, in which they were en gaged, it la the principle oi a firm, and uni ' ted opposition,...

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

G L A S Gr Q W W E E K L Y TIME S THJbftASGOW-TJMES: i,iiiuu avsav , CLARK H. GREEN, . AT ON 5 DOLLAR PER ANNUM f VARIABLY a ADTAIICE, frSuliseription promptly discontinued at tht expiration of the time paid for.J . Inserted at the asua! rates. A liberal discount to t..t; Yrly Advertisers. 0 " job won, Of mi? ascription promptly executed at abort ' :-- An Maiiinahle terms y . . . WWtlCCjVI , , AGENTS Jovt, Cos A Co, Philadelphia and New York. W. T. Maixobt, Fayette. C. Boabia, Linnea. O H. Bcckat, Huntmlle. Waa Co., Roanoke. J H. P Penney's P. O. W. A. Ifwoi, Marshall. yToslmasters generally are requested to act af ee'. - y l nnt are requested to remit by mail wfclt.T thsy hare convenient amount!. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Tiuray Morninj, March 11, 1858. Look for the X. A cross (thut X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for fata expired. , ' ' Ketiee Thij. For the future we expeet.te charg for fill notioea , Religions, Political, &c. Our eharge will be nrTT ctit...

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

YpYtKilMBw-s r-T rr r :ssTr""i '.1 r ' r ' r T,o,BEr.EFI. ST ALICE CART.. V il 13 IJa tbe .uVeoW ujJ lo-dwy, Peggy? I Cannot tee-it-slime. ... i 'A. I fcsed lo when Biy '(fa-ling's band.' Were paddling over mine. - - f Are Qiere rry bled, ii the hedge rows? ' ' Do they chatter anil lhg end stir,- ' 1 ' A they used to when I walked on the grist, At Ibe id rt lb lne.riiU h? i r - Do ye mM ber tannine rya, Pejry? A be at BcrpBay knee, wi The day that mi broke year sugar-pot, And breugbuherpiece lo t aiajr t J PiTl down her dress abdut her fref, And wrap them salt an warm, A if but Ion a little while, 1 v-j , You'd iUpt her f.-03 your arm. ... v v. '.-. ' . ', ,- And ee,pon tier qnlet face, f'l , t . How white a shidnw lies, . "' ' Ai if the bad pulled be cap of laet ' ' ' 1 4 Over ber sleepy eyes. - ' - - - i f Ab, let the 6re g a oat, Pegpyy As it plays.along lie wail, . ' : My heart g'tow heavy with the tiatt --; u Whea it iione upon us all. . , j,: MfWs nrosrili be threadbare, now '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1858

IHEaglTO PjeiEM) JpMffl in EDITOR AKD PBOPBIETOB. VOL. 19- ONE DOLLAR PER A NNtJif, I ' &VABIABLY IX ADVAKCE. (GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1858. NO 3.7 w.icn Clock Makers, . , ' ,d well ltel esawtaent ef f& J&tc he., jewelry.s.lver spoon,, kc. AUkindsof Jee';'.. ...,ted.and alior- repaired. EF"Ti, ' Silrer- . SHiCKEtFORD, FINNEY & CO., WHOLESALE KOCERS, COMMISSION L FORWARDING MERCHANTS, XO. 133 8ECOSD 8TMEET, ST. LOUIS MISSOURI-Fcb.26,1857-12m BEX F. C It AXE & CO., DEALERS IK fiAWatchc.tlocks.Jewelrj VJi'l Silver ana riwcu FINE TABLE AXD POCKET CUTLERY, Hu removed to corner of Fourth and Locus! K! reels in ODD TELLOWS' IIAI 'm JAS. FITZPATR1CK, HOUSE, SIGX AXD OKXAMEXTAL PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AXD GLAZIER, TS airain nermanentlv located in this place, rre- J- pared give prompt attention to all orders in his line, warranting nis worn u ot humwiui), uio his prices to be in accordance with the times. Glasgow, Jan. 7, 18d& 3m iiort ST. LOUIS, MO. JA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1858

D 7-7- v. 4 GLASGOW WE EKLY TIMES, ) J IKioin tl.e New Orleads Delia of the 20:h nit. Startling; Disclosures, African Slave Trad Opened at the South. Some startling and significant facts have come to our knowledge. We have hesita ted to diicloie llicui, but after inquiry, ex utuliibtiun and consultation, we are cen vinccd that both duty and pulley demand disclosure. The facta, we say, are start ling, they are crucial. They will surprise and encourage many of ettr counting-rooms Ltl offices, and many on the plantations and in the towns, but in 7ft of all they will ,a tpiind the cabinets wl western Luropeand eminently assist to confirm between the ge nial French people and our own Norman "snd Ilunots, an unwritten, but nearly Magnanimous and unconquerable league a- gainst the allied avarice aud envy, cant and ritpBciiy of England and the northern slates, 'tlwiivh tho tailed and furious enemies o( our institutions may shake up, uncork, and pour out on our buttered bruws the foaming viu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1858

SGOW WEEKLY TIMES mSGOWTJME CLARK H. GREEN, AT OME DOItAK PEJl ANNUM i - ,k. ....al rates. A liberal discount to "" yftrly AdvertUers. JOB WORK, every deription promptly executed ei short ' otice,on reasonable terms. AOEMTS. Jote, Cot A Co., Philadelphia and Jiew York. W. T. Mallobv, Fayette. C. Boa bob. a, ljnne?- . O H. Bcbcehabt, Hontsvuie. Wavlawd Co., Roanoke. J. H. Pi Peauel V ' U T A. Wiljow, Marshall. Postmasters generally are requested to act "T All acentf are requested to remit by mail whenever tbey bare convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI Thursday Kerning;, JUrcn 18, 1858. Look for the X. A cress (tb.ua X) immediately before the erne, signifies that the time paid for has eipired. Hetiee Thii. For the future we expect to charge for all noticea, Relif, ioua, Political, &c. Our charge will be rimr cents, in advance. JJ'Eiahb; NoTia, approved form, neat ly printed, on good paper, for aale ia quan titiet to tuit, at thia office. Alto juslicei blankf. AMERICAN STATE COUNC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1858

f-Z-yt-rg, . ... ' . , "r . .. .. - .. ... . .... ........... ... . t : . ... ,. ,v , J T GL ASGQ riTiTY ' TIMS. " I . . . . , - . : . ' i ' . i '. 1 ' ' - i - - , . . , I - 1 11 m i i , . f ' - "THE TFAXTS OF MAX." I WOMAN. 3 - "THE rTAXTS OF MAX." 'ii . ... WRITTEN ST JOHH QUINCY ADA VI, JULY 1SW. "Man wants .t little here below ' " Nor wants that little long," Tis not with me exactly to, But lis so iu my sons, ' Mt wants are many, and if told, Would master many a score, v' And were each wish a mint of gold, I still should long for more. What first I want is daily bread, And canvas? backs anil wine, And all the realms of nat are spread, f .Before me when I dine. Four courses scarcely can proviJe Mr anDctite to uuell. With four choice cooks from France besides, . To dress my dinner well. i - What next I want, at heavy cost, Is elegant attire; Black sable furs for winter's frost, . And silks for summers fire: And cashmere shawls and Brussels lace, Mr bosom tiotit to deck, . And diam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1858

F" m ' i : 3Sft - CLARK H. GREEN, I IDITOB AND PROPRIETOR , VOL. 19. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUJi, .' INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE-1 8 $ , GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1858. NO, 4.' sri.MTA & CO. Jewelier Watch & Clock Maker., X o 3 Four St., St. Louis, JUo j A lar and well selected assortment of Jdoatche,. jewelry,s.lver spoon., te, J-.dLtowder.nd neatly s! ecu,ed,.ud eller- Silver. r SHaCIvELFORD,'FINNEY & CO., WHOLESAIE GROCERS, COMMISSION &. FORWARDING MERCHANTS, SO. 132 SECOSD STREET, ST. LOUIS MISSOURI Feb. 26, 1857-12m BEX F. CRASE & tu DEALERS IM iWache8.Iock,JeweIryi 'Solid Silver and nana rrrc r.Pt.lf AVT) POCKET CUTLERY Ha removed to corner of Fourth and Locust r - - sireeis m ODD rELlOWS'HAM., ST LOLIS, .it'. JAS. EITZPATK1CK, HOUSE, SIGN ASD OUSAJIESTAL PAINTER, ..... PAPER HANGER AND GLAZIER, S again permanently located in this place, pre pared eive prompt attention to all orders in hit line, warranting his work to be satisfactory, and his prices t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1858

3S3 G L A S GO W W E E K L Y T I MES. Forney on Things at Washington. John V. Forney, of Pennsylvania, was Rteat Buchanan man always at Cincin natiduring the canvass at the inaugura tion, and as late, as the presentation el the Lecomptan Constitution. He is at Washing ton, writing for his paper, the Philadelphia Prut. The following is from one of his late letters: What a difference between March, 1857, and March, 1858! I dwell upon it with surprise and grief. One year ago the coun try was full of content, and at peace with itself. The hearts of all our people beat re- ponsively to a noble Inaugural, and the hands of men of all parties were uplifted to support and te strengthen our venerable President. The Democrat were united and . joyous, and gazed hopefully into a tranquil and victorious future. The Republicans ' vrre dismayed, and new political combina tions were abandoned before the prospect of a wise end patriotic policy. - - Mr. Seward, in the Senate; Mr. Stanton, in the House...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1858

G L A SGO W W EE K L Y TIMES TBEIjLASGOWTIM. rOILUBED BVBBV THTJMDAT BIOBBIBO BV CLARK H. uncci CnrtAR PER ANNUM AT ONE D01I.AR "tvTdicontinufd it the A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. aii WORK. a4-i!S2?i at,hort notice, on rc AGEMTS. Jovs, Com A Co., Philadelphia and New York. W. T. Mailobv, Fayette. C. BoaaimAB, u"? , 0., Roam Pennev'l Postmaster. P-y ue,ted l Mt "rAu "agent, .re requeued to remit by mU k. ennvenient amounts. whenever uicj - G. H. BOBCBH.BT, nuu. " n n . PenneV'S r. i n r&j.n. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thurtflay Horning, Mrca 25, 1858. Look for the X. A cross (thui X) imnidittely before the Mine, signifies tint the time paid lor nas expired. Katies This. , For the future we expeeUo charge for aU notices, Religious, Politioal, &e. Our charge will be titty cibts.id advance. JJ-Burb: Notbs, approved form, neat ly printed, on good paper, for sale in ooan titisstosuit.at this office. Also justices blanks. Hew Advertisement. Tillman & Phipps are receiving f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1858

gMVas g o.W w'fe'E'k-L y" t m S." SLEEP. - -j . - " r ' "God otesslhe man who first invented1 deep P" 80 Sancbn Panzasaid, an J 10 say I: . .. ... r 'And bless him also, that be didn't keep " ' 1 i His great discovery to himself; or try ' To mti il m t be lucky felknr might 1 A close monopoly by "patent right!" . r. .".... 4. . J .Ye bless the man who first indented slleep, c - (Ideally cant aroid. the iteration);: . But blast the man. with corset loud and deen. - Wbate'ej the rascal's name, pr age. or station, v no nrsi nivenico. ana went round advising, TLat artificial cut-oil' early rising! 5RSw-witn t!Te lark, and wilh the lark to bed," Observes some eolemn sentimental wl-- Maaims like these ire very cheaply said; -But ere. yoa make yowseif a fool or fowl, Pray jtttt inquire about tbeir rise-and fall, And whether larks have any beds at all I ' " ' . ' ' .. 1 t t The Time" for honest folks to be abed," is in U raa ruing, if 1 reason right; ' -." .- j And he who cannot keep his pr...

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