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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1858

.K0 ' s s ' t - , clark H. green, . . , . fflisvffliTrem. - tDitiB BTn reA - (ONE DOLLAR7 PER' ANNUM, ' I INTiBIABLYViN ADVANCE. , v VOL. 19-; . ;: GLASGOW. MOV THURSDAY;; MORNING;' :i858;;::' i.-zz jut '. r i:ir N6:-.;i.; r, m l V.ITAN it CO. . . -v- n WAS., . HBEr r. CBA5E fc CO., JP ' IUUM Solid Saver ana s "" mE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, W removed to earner of Foortli and Locust Street in . , . MMITII' fclOTEL, ... Glasgow. 3VIo The undersigned has opened a largeaod commodious Hotel between Second md iiird, and Market and Howard streets, in this j city. His bouse is new, and fitted up in the Terr pesi.Tic, iuu mmm Kiupic ABCluiies lor a Drst class Hotel. He has snared no pains in making his rooms elegant ana comfortable. - His table will at all times be furnished in amanner to grat ify the utmost reasonable wishes of his guests. The situation of his bouse is one of the most pleasant and healthy in thi city. There is a good livery stable close at hand, where stock will be well at...

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 May 1858

-T-j r .. f G L A S G O W WEE K L!Y ; T I MES v. Americtn Stete Coincil of Xiuoari The American Slate Council assembled in St. Loui on Wednesday, April 21, 1S58, and continued in session, at inter vals, until Tuesday evening, April 27ih. The following is a succinct account of the proceedings of the Council, so far as they resulted in any final action on the various matters Drought forward aud discussed by that Doay. BtSOLCTlOSS. RttolvtJ, That we have unabated confi dence in the correctness of the principles cf the American psrty, and adhere to the belief that their justice and truth will, at no distant day, command the support of every true patriot, - Resolved, That we heartily and Zealously , res Hum ine principles of the party aa em bodied in the resolutions of the last national council, and bold as cardinal maxims of publie justice and private duty, to the fol lowing rules of faith and action: i ,: 1st. The federal union must be main tained. , 2J. The reserved rights of the slat...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1858

I G L A: S G: O Wn" ' W:E:E K L Y T i m ES A Sgmsgowtimes . rnilM UOSJflllO T CLARK n. AT oOWAE FEB ANNUM IXTABIABI-X fiWIffTI '.".A rf ft. ..ual rate. A liberal discount to Yearly Adrertwert. JOB WORK, T"- AGES"' Joy, Co co, rwwdpto d n.w to W.T.MAtwT,Fytte. gyPo.lm.Uen generally are requested to ct earAu ipnti requested to remit by man r: k,T. convenient amount. .WMDCtci UJ GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, ICty 6, 1858. Look for the X. A cross (thus X) immediately befor the came, signifies that the time paw ior na. expired. - The Cirem. Recollect the great Circus, tomorrow. Knihin.tacoual it. in the allow line, feas tvr travelled through the country. Look out for the forty horse team, end M'lle Anna Church's ascension to the skies! Attmtiow Bbkxpes. See notice of Mr. Williams' celebrated Morgan Stallion FtvinK Goud. His points are eufficiently set forth in the advertisement. JT3T. Slaughter, clerk of the elejrant n ' steamer "Peerless" furnished ua pspeTs - ., M L'L. yesterday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1858

G L A S G O W W E E K-L Y -T I M ifS'. THI WILL.BE DOSE. r My God, any Father, while I stray Far from my horn, en Kft's roah wry, H 0,teach roe from my heart to lay, "Ml ine .. - , v . ' . i If thooahouldst call me to resign '' What most I prise it ne'er u mine, I only yield the what wai thine v. 'Thy wiU badonel- . v t 1( Should pining sickness waste sway My Me.ui premeiure oeciyt . My Father, still I strive tesay, ' ' Thy will be donel .- - . , - . .-, --. :! . E'en if again I "e'er ehoatd see The friend more dear than life to me,- ; , ., ,i.Vr lung we both shallhe, with Uct; . . . , ' Thy will b done! '" " If but my fainting heart be blest, " With thy sweet spirit for its gheat, My God, totbee I'll give the rest ;' '' Thy will be done! ' ' Tlenew iiy will fromlay fb day- ' : ' Blend it with ttriae.and take away All tfcatviow makes it hard to say, . - . Thy will be donel " . And when on earth I breathe no more :t ; . The prayer, oft mixed with tears before, ' l'H sing apon a happi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1858

ax x5 fzf 5. HIM QMTIiLyilll ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 19. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1858. NO. 11. jewellers, Watch ACIockMakers, Yo. 30, Fourth St., St. Lovts, Mo. . 1 .J ! IClKiea assortment v- lo1k,w.tchM,jewery,iiIverspoons,&c., 'TlST Jewelry made to order and neatly All li. ...mtvd.Mid all or- repaired. MJ"." ' dePb prepaid for old Gold and Z BE F. CRAKE & CO., A DEALERS I If Solid Silver ana riaicu FIXE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, Ha, removed to comer of Foarlh and Locust Streets in OPPFELLOWj,T1loU&MO. JAS. G. WILLIAMS, MERCHANT TAILOR, GLASGOW; MO. ias now on hand, second door above the Tl Post Office, a superior lot of J? Cloths, Cassimers, testings, Shirts, Hats, Cravats, AX., Which will be sold on favorable terms. jgrGarmenta of every description mad to or der, Chtapfor Cak. April 8, 1857-ly. . 'lumber, shingles, laths. THE undersigned is again in the market with a fine stock of Pine and Poplar Lumber, Shin ties, Laths, Sash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1858

GLASGOW WEEK L Y T I ME S EXTRACTS FEOM THE SPEECH OF EON. 3. 3. CMTTEHDEjy, H Iht V. S. Senate, Jpril 2"lh, on Ik Re port of Iht Conftrtnee Commillt. M. Crittenden. Mr. President, I wib, with as little consumption of the time of the Senate as possible, to set lortli t) reasons w hich, upon the fullest consideration that 1 have had the opportunity of giving to this subject, c.itistratn me to vete against this report. In some respects, undoubted y the amendment proposed by the comnvlte of conference meets my cordial concurrence. I was epposed to the admission of Kansas upon the basis of the Lecompton constitution, beoause I thought that instrument not only did not express the will ot the people oi Kansas, but was cgqinst thrir known wish c; and moreover I thought it had been made by fraud and political trL-kerv. I opposed, therefore, the enforcement of that constitu tion upon the people of Kmn. That was the main point of controversy then. Gentlemen n the other fide regarded it as bei...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES CLARK H. GREEN, a J ORE IOttAB PER AKfcUM 4 HWBUBLTn ADVANCE. AOVEBII8EKEHT8 , rt-J at the i.sti.1 rates. A liberal discount to JumiW"01', Advertisers. job work, Of WfT ascription promptly executed at .hort W notice, on reasonable terms. , , - ---- 1 AGENTS. Jots, Cor fc Co., Philadelphia and Sew York. W. T. Malloby, Fayette. C. Boahdmak, Linnens. O H. BuacsnABT, Huntsville. WATLAHD& Co., Roanoke. J. H. Pennev, Pney's P. O. W. A. Wuson, Marshall. Postm.sfers generally are requested to act "mSiaeeiiti are requested to remit by mail Wbewwr they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, May 13, 1853. Look for tie X. A cross (thus X) ""mediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has expired. Acccptablc Last week jast after we tad gone to press, we received from Mrs. Eitili a beautiful bojiiet, mad up irom a vsriety of flowers, presenting a pleasing prospect to the ere, and exhaling an odor that was sprirg like, notwithstanding...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES (HTLet cot tbc length of the Ode to Impu dcnce deter any on from reading it. It is most capital: .For the Louisville Journal. ODE TO IMPUDENCE. y i. c. m. Onili'css of Impudence, Whose tinsel-crowned pretence And shameless eye and cheek of polished brass Rule Young America Wilb all triumphant sway, The forward school-boy and precocious lacs, Whose unweaned mouths siarll of their nurses milk And ethers of that ilk Inspire my pen, Queen of the groundlings and the Upper Ten, For to thy empire both belong And both deserve a song. What Protean power I thy mysterious dowi r? Thy wonder-working wand Transmutes all things to gold like Midas' band All, save the melal of thy followers'0. And that is brat, we know, in every place; Thy favors, where thon dost dispense, Make up for lack of decency and sense; Thy harlot tread Crushes the modest violet in its bed; Truth, wit, and merit are proclaimed a bore, And kicked tan cemnonit from the door; And power, wealth, and fame Ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1858

jM1y.yMasjaggiiajff . i a i.i ' I '-A I irr lip ZsQ 7V A . jo r r - -r- r :i r:;nn ' .... . r. .t r" ;t T i V.' irv"; CLARK H. GRELJN, SP1TOB AND PROPRIETOR. t ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUfc, INVARIABLY TS ADVANCE." : . c. D.sixLivAJr & to- dweller., watch A Clock Makers. . -Ve. 30, WA ST., SI. Louts, Mo. - A laree and well selected assortment o ic,w':'.jelIry'siI4eSP00nS'&C, repaired. Engraving neauy ere.., rThePbfgherPrlci.aid for old Gold and Silver, Z BEX F. CRAKE & CO., Jfffc SEiLIU IN . t,, f vt POCKET CUTLERY, Ha? remdto corner of Fourth and Locust , Streets in uiw urn , . 31, aw V - Q COST. sort JAS. G. WILLIAMS, MEBCIIAKT TAILOR, GLASGOW; MO. Has now on hand, second door abov the T Post Office, a superior lot of W ClOtllft, Cassimers, Testings, guilts. Hats, Cravats, Kc., Which will be sold on favorable terms. (JjrGarments of every description made to or der, Cheap for Caih. April 8, 1857-ly. TTTAT RER." SHINGLES, LATHS. THE undersigned is again in the market with a fine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1858

GLASGOW WEERL Y S T I M E S TO THE nOOH ABLE. TIIK COCT Ol RT. I STATEMENT The nndmirned Treasure r of Howaid couty,a1u leave tom-kethe following report of Town- Of the amount of Revenue of Howard Count v. from tbe 1st day of May 1857, Ito tie 1st darof wuiji ovuvui r uuu, ivaurv i um-it jij mowing mc amount or rnncipai or earn Dona, ana lis aaie, i'ijr 100, aim uriaucu accoutu oi cxpenuiiures oi u (.uiujijr tor u same perioti; Hereto at together with the amount of interest due thereon oo tbe 1st day of May, A. D., 1853: TcwktHip No. 1. Bcod Jas. W. Pulton, Cbas. . Oirent Ac, balance - 488 80 dated Jan. 1, 18S8, Interest doa 88 77 M Lrwis Barnes, Chas. E. Givens, 10U Ou lated March 28, 1848, tnt due S 3J Lewis Barnes, Warner fiayler 62 60 dated Sept. 8, 1868, int due 1 75 " Deris Petty, Dni IL Petty, W. F. Petty 100 00 dated Jan'y 1, I860, int due 23 83 1 Jaa. R. Hiinhrs, A. M. Hughes, Ac. 241 00 atrd March 2S, 187, int due 27 10 Ricbard L Reynolds, M Cleeton. R M Myers 100 00 dated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TD1ES. -3 tUgusgow times. CLARK H. GREEN, AT OKE DOLLAR PEE ANNUM IXVABIABLT ADTASCE. expiration of the time paid for.J) Vatfth. usual rate. A liberal discount to job wbnR, Or Mj description promptly executed t short notice, on reasonable terms. AGENTS. Joy, Co. A Co., Philadelphia and New York. W. T. MAtLoar, Fayette. C. Boa a dm a if, Luu"";n,tWru O H. Bcbckhabt, HuntsrtU. S.,um 4 Co., Roanoke. W. A. WusoK, Marshall. -Postmasters generally are requested to act ".AH agent are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amount. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Timriflay Morning, Kay 20, 1858. look for the X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has expired. School Superintendent. The last Fulton Telegraph contain card frn John G. Provines. announcing himself an independent candidate for State School Superintendent. Mr. P. i na tive of Missouri, graduate of the Slate U aiversity, and has had several years experi ence as aTeacher...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1858

G L A S GO W WEEK L Y T I M E S Yti r ii ;1i K if fe ci I i THE DEATH OF FRIENDS. T JOtKril H. EPTLIB. One by one, like rosy blossoms. Earthly friends around us fall, Oft the dearest to onr bo torn Are the frailest of tbem alii Hearts that are of sterner fashion. That each loss can calmly bear Others, swayed by aoftei passion, Keenly feel each sorrow there. Way was not a sterner nature Made my pcrliou here below? Vice, I know, ir onr Creator, Tho' Mi will we may not know. I lure lived to see life's beauty Stricken from it fro pile tmf Spirit, aid me in my duty, Let me bow and trust to Thre. Wary a bosom friend departed Make my days seem desolate; Lovely ones and ftithful hearted Died beneath the blast of fate. May J learn thii truthful lesson, Earthiy joys are born to die Eeekmy soul a deathless blessing Iu fadtless world on high! I remember some in sorrow. Not tintnut with tenilerest love They have found a brighter morrow . In their sainted home above; But I feel a lonely stranger,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 May 1858

rt . Li cYsrV- I'-it tit irrf ,,J , 'J:t. . Lr A j't" . r,,f TT rT7TTI J ICITOB AND PROPRIETOR. lifiini ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ' INVARIAELY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 19. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1858. no: 13. C D.BUIXITAW A CO. I SMITH' HOTEL, .." mv.tcii a. Clock Makers, Glasgow. Mo. a-, in VuurA tf., louts, Jlo. The undersigned ha.opet.ed a largeand " 7 ' .1 11 .elected assortment o : JBtaL.cominomous Mote i Between Second and 1 ..."V- ;.,elrv. silver spoons, &c, """' sireeis, in this fcIoei;J" , .city, msnouse is new, and fitted up in the very I HU1U 1V " " .... ' L..I a & . rl hie nmr.1A ST.. m - i nr C0.,T5.f Tewelrv made to order and neatly es ror a first AH kinds of Jewelry n d Hor class Hotel. Hehas spared no pains in making repaired. Engraving neatly execuieu.au his rooms elegant and comfortable. His table derM""?1' i V, Lrir ,iid for old Gold and will at all times be furnished in amannertograt-Ha-The highest prices paid lor oia . theutmost reasonable wishes of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 May 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. v it St, that w shall pTort inadequate to tlia tatk. And jet, at thia critical period in the biatory efour country, wi arc asked to ad nit a State into thia Union, whosa destiny nay ba controlled by men bern, raited, and educated to foreign countries; enveloped io the dark mantle of despotism; with thoughts, feelings, and sentiments unlike ourt, many of whom have come hither under the delu sive idea that freedom cor.tistt in whatever their unbridled will may dictate. Do the great body of thete aliena pot sett the quali fications indispensably necetiary to enable them to exercise intelligently the right of suffrtge, Many of them: ay, a Urge ma jority, are wholly ignorant of our langusge, the machinery of our Government, the ge nius and spirit of our institutions, and yet atrange to tell, we are asked to place them, while under allegiance to a foreign Govern ment, incapable of committing treasen a gainst our own, on a full and perfect equal ity with native-born c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 May 1858

GL A S G O W WEEKLY TIMES. CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM WVAB1ABLT ADTAXCE. SlffiKSSS the sxpiration 01 m r jn-.rt.d at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiser!. JOB WOIl, "flTlf lOLl notice, on reasonable terms. ir.r.!(TS. Jots. Cos t Co., Philadelphia and New York. W. T. Mailosv, Fayette. C Boafdman, Lintieus. G H Bcbckhabt, Huntsnlle. Watiakd . Co., Ran,0,c'-rt J. H. Pewnst, Pennev's P. O. W. A. Witsox, Marshall. -Postmasters generally are requested to act "mTA agnf are requested to remit by mail ,bSr toy have convenient amounts. "GUSGOwTilSSOUIlI. Thursday Horning, Key 27, 1858. look far the X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has expired. This Congressional District. Week before last, we announced what we supposed to be a fact, that a candidate for Congresa was to be put upon the traok, Tilth District. J O-Mr. B. H. Cravens, of Cedar, bat The "Central Committee" have issued a been nominated for State Senat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 May 1858

llipa I IBIBB-ITTTTTn ,,BBMMMHWBBWMPgWWgalll HI I Willi .IIM .MM m HlWIlia ' ' 1 """ - BP 11 " ' - ' GLASGOW WEE K L Y T HI E S r ' "- V s. HOW nEWOJME. V EITXLB A. UWH. Twasnot by connin? trick, love, Of thine, nor subtle rt, . But by thy gentle words, lcve, You woo my doting heart. By amiles and thoughtful cares, love, Heart-easing sympathy, That all my life I've sought, love, And only found in thee, By soul that from thine eyes, love, Looked softly on my soul, 1 And drew m up to thee, love, As the magnet to the pole. For years before we met love, I'd not unlocked my heart; Though many loudly rapped, love, I bade them all depart; i- But, when you tapping, came, love, The sound so sweetly rung, That ere I was aware, love, Apart the portal swung. 'Tis no use to repine, love, No use to mope and moan The monarch of my heart, love, Tou reign upon its threuc. CLASP ME FOXDLY. Clasp me fondly, treat me kindly; Asa lily on the bosom Of a lake reclines its blossom, On my trusting breast re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 June 1858

( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, 7 ' INYARIABLY IN ADYANCX. $ - .w . ar m. CSS. jewellers. Watch C,fkHf . ' ,d Well selected assortment o "AifcE orderand neatly ,fflXyXprecued,.nd ...or. Hirer- 4 BEIT F CHASE nr.Ai.EM ill ..-.--- 'iwii.JeweIr j ,aiw - - rim.ERY. " Streets in r nvarfi' IflLIn " ST. LOUIS,' MO. JAS. G. WILLIAMS, BEBCHiST IAILOBi GLASGOW; MO. M Has bow on hand, second bov lh Post Once, a superior lot of W Cloths, ; catsstnsers, testings, - Shirts, Cravat, Ax., Which will be W ivrVl terw. Garments of every descript.o. made to or der, OeapforOuk. April8,185Wy-i . LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS. lath.. 8asa. Bliads and Doon, consisting in 1)0 " Poplar " J00 " Whit Pin flooring KJ300 - u YelWw Pine u 40,000 " " Poplar siding.; uia nriA u Vm Pin Shingles. Toe'etber with a rood lot of Laths; all aires Sash, Doors, minus, .;"" wu. . - . - Louis rates, freight added. f7Tersas Uajn, pouuvey.jeg MayV857. A. W. KOPEB. JUST received direct from Alton, 60 Bbls Lime in first rate order, and not sla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 June 1858

GLASGOW WEEKLY X I MES ' i , t J. -w The Outrages ia the Gulf Eeport of the Senate Committee. Wacbuotov, May 28. Skate. A comamnicttion wat receiv i d from the President, covering the corret- pondence respecting tbe arrest of ueneral Walker, which was ordered lo be printed Mr. Seward presented resolution to extend the session to 21st of June. Laid over. - . ilr. Mason, from tbe Com mil toe on For eign Relations, to whom was referred the 5 resolution inquiring w hether additional leg- itlation .it necessary to place certain power in the hands of the Executive; submitted a reijort, of which the tubstance i, that om cial statements show a succession of acts of etreasioa W British cruisers in the Gulf of Mexico, to marked and extraordinary as 'iohive awakened 'the Indignation" of the country. Vestelatlnder our flag pursuing lawful commeroo lt been fired into and topped, inquires made as to cargo, destina tion, crew, &e. Noless than fifteen Ameri can ships in the harbor oT Sajut la G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 June 1858

- GhL A S -G O W W E E K L Y - T-I M -E-S THEGLASGOW TIMES. CLARK H. GREEN, . AT OK E DOLLAR PER ANNUM ,VV4nl4BLV IX ADVAXCE. expiration m un i . .. .f fh. ..sua! rates. A liberal discount to T T yearly Advertisers. jon WORK, Of every a Wed gt ,hrt notice, on rtui" - AOEXT8. - Jovr, Cos t Co., Philadelphia and Sew York. W. T. MAit-orr, Fayette. C. Boasdmas, Linnens. . G H. BtracxitAST, Hantsn"'- WAYtAWB fc CO., R""'- J. H. PTKTtr, Penney'i i P. O. W. A. Wimok, Marshall. p-poilmasten generally are requested to act "mtaii nts requested t0 reB,it by nuil JZZcnx tbey bare convenient amounts. ' ;- GUSGOWTMISSOmtL ' Thursday Horning, June 3, 1858. look for the X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the nsme, signifies that the time paid for haa expired. J1-'Tb Times" haa more reading matter a greater variety later news for mi mohit than any eeirntry paper in the State. State this fact te your neighbor, when he wishes to borrow your copy; thiak of it sponger; ond you, who never know what i...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY T I MES , LABOR. The ShyJock who, with head erect, With honest people mingles, Should cease to have bis fellow men, And go to shaving shingles. The lawyer would he better oft Hi conscience far less pliant, Who owned a little farm in fee, And made that farm hi client. We hare tome doctor ia our midst, With talent they should use, By practising the healing art, la hixuho boots and shoe. The minister; whose ne advice A useful moral teaches, Should mind and 'watch as well as pray And practice what he preaches. Tbe.world should bare its docket called, And sluggards all defaulted; And those should be the "upper ten," Whom labor has exalted. SO NET. Perhaps the lady of my love is now Looking upon the skies. A single star Is rising In the east, and from afar Shed a most tremendous lustre: silent night Doth wear it like a jewel on her brow: v.... t - i:A. tli i tm Iir.l V lifrht Onward and enward through those depths of blue To its appointed course, ntjumi ho, dearest, would I...

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