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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 September 1849

5 ci, a ick it. sti:u;: ERROR CEASES TO BE DAAOEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT TV' Jefferson. i:iiioic a ruoruiKToit. Volume 10. ULASttOW, MISSOURI, TH I It Il VI , SEI'TEnRRK 20, 1810. Milliliter 39. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, fUSLISIIED LVERV TlllTf.SnAV. Ojux, up stairs, next door to Crenshaw' i Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Fur year, if paid in advance, 2 00 If not paid before the end of tiie year, 3 00 TKRMSOF ADVERTISING. One square, (1U lines, or less) One Dollar for the first, and 00 cents for each subsequent Insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and vtsers who advertise by the year. JOB MINTING, Of ever; description, executed with neatnexs and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS,' ?fatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and fur salt low. AOtNTS TOR THIS FATHIt. T. B. Palmer. Eq , is authorised lo pro uure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, it his of. Sees in the follow...

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. — 20 September 1849

THE TIMES li l. s ci o w , No. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1349 GLASGOW FEMALE SEMINARY This institution opened on Monday last, under the supervision of Rev. An drew B. Frozier, with fifty pupils. The number will soon be increased to the caoacilv of the buildings, and those who desire to send their daugblc.is wards, should enter them at once. W are pleased at this favorable beginning, and predict a bright and useful career to this institution. Grapes. Mr. C. B. Fallenstcin, of our city, sent us a specimen of grapes a few days since, grown in his garden, which were of very large size and the finest flavor we ever tasted. Ho calls them the Burgundy grape; the vine from which they were taken is but two years old, and produced this season forty-five large bunches. Mr. F. thinks grapes can be cultivated here with more profit than in Germany, as the vines bear several years earlier, after planting, and produce as abundantly. FROM THE EMIGRANTS. Several letters were received in town during the...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 September 1849

OI'reibury &. CoVTmifiterfeit Dciectcr for Sept. has been received. Clark' Doiecior has been united with it, and it is o lie rod to lubscribcra at 91 per annum, including a coin chart. Addrem Prcsbury & Co , St. Louis, gold dollar enclosed, pay postage, and you wi.l raceive ilio Detector ono year. IE7"The President of the United Si alexins appointed Nathan Brown, of New York, to be a paymaster in die U. S. army, lice Col. Edmund Kirbv, deceased. . - ... uL"Wc aro remtf-atud lu state, that by ah arrangement with the Trustee, Mr. acorr s School has been converted into a District School. Advertisement next week, giving particulars as to session and terms. Mr. Strei.k left hero yesterday, for the purpose of re-slocking the road be tween this and llocheport. He expec tod to send the mail up to day io the coach as usual. Amkrican Art Union. We are in tk-bted to W. P. Switzler, En . Hono ry Secretary, for the June Bulletin of the above institution. It contains much of interest to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 September 1849

THE ZEPHYRS. Zsfhyis loam likt winged angels, ' Through all flora's blooming bowars; And perfume their wing with odours Of her aweely icented fljweta. They unite the'r plra.-anl voice, In the summer end the spring; And their sighing music aoundeih, Like the angels rustling wing. They fan the browi of fsint and weary Both the child of joy and pain; And with sweetest graca they wander, O'er the field of waving giain. And ihty chase lbs tiny billow O'er the river' tranquil breast; And they sport with glancing tunbearn, Where the silvery wateu reit. There ia an angel' ministry, Their work lha holiest love; For they are sent upon their mission, By the band of God above. WOMAN'S WORLD . Amid the hope the fears -of life, It tumult and its care, Or where aonuilion lead is strife, The heart, it proudly tear; Or where lha thrilling voice of Fansa Strike on the ravished ear, Lei Man, who die to gain a name, Be 1o emost to appear. But eh! in softer scenes of Mia, If e'er her footsteps team, Let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 September 1849

CXAUK II. GREE, ERRQR CEASS TQ gg DANOERom WHm REAsm g gpr r,.MMMrj ffBIMP Volume 10. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, FOBUSHED EVERT THURSDAY. Qtflce, p itairt, next door to Cremhav't Hotel Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OP PUBLICATION. For one year, if piid in advance, 2 00 ii not paia oeiore me end or the year, 3 uu TERM8 0F ADVERTISING One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and ethers who advertise hy the year. JOB PRINTING. Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and lor sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro care Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times, it his of. aces in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore South-East Corner of Balls more and Calvert street...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 September 1849

THE TIMES L A S O W, M o, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1849. QC7Tha Timet has an extensive cir culaiion io Linn county., k The atten tion of administrators,; and those who have anything to advertise, i called to this fact. ,, ;, , , t -' Ntw Goods. Messrs. Greenabaum & Brother have received and are now opening a splendid slock of seasonable goods, pa. chased by one of the firm in the east, which they assure us they de sign disposing of on very favorable terms. Their stock of Clothing is large and fine. Call and see them. Ad verlisements neit week. 1 Fine Fruit. We are indebted to Capt. Cleveland for a basket of fine Peaches, which, we think, for flavor and size, will equal those our St. Louis co temporaries have recently been blowing over. There was two kinds the large White Heath Free-Stone, and the common Red Cling-Slone. The latter is not very large, but exceedingly juicy and sweel; the former very lorgo and sweet, most excellent for preserving. Some of them weighed a fraction ove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 September 1849

Vermont. Tho Burlington Free Preu thus mmi up tho general result in the State ) "On the whole, the Whigs of the Green Mountain State have whipped the coalition "within on inch of their livc"-"-ihcre is'nt piece of tkin on the whole of bogusduin as big as a four pence! The honest, true-hearted, clear headed old Whigsoldier President Tay lor, ! nobly sustained in the stauncheal anti-slavery Whig State in the Union; and wo undertake to say that he has heard of the utter Bucna Vista defeat of his shameless and unprincipled re vilers in Vermont, with more real plea sure than he he heard of his own tri nmphant election to the most exalted civil offico on earth! American Tobacco i.t England. It appears from the Inst returns made to the British Parliament, that there had been imported into that Kingdom du ring the year 1848, of Tobacco, 27,. 304,134 pounds from which the gov ernment had derived a revenue of 4, 365,233 sterling, or $21,697,727. Commercial. Office Glasgow Weekly Times, i Sept...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 September 1849

The Ilriale's Ketnrn. . , She hath wish for which in vain She joined In restless dreams "Ob, Mother it Ihla horn again! ,- How desolate it eeemat Vat 1I (be dear familiar thing Look aa they did of yore; But, oh! the chango thia aad heart bri ngs Thia la in home no mure! 'I left thee like the dore of old I left thy parent breast But on life' watte of water' cold, My oul hath found do rest; And back again the weary bird ia coma Ita woe its wanderinga o'er; Ne'er from the holy.ark to roam - Yet thia ia home no more! "Oh, Mother! aing my childhood eongs They fall like aurainer'e rain On my warm heart, that vainly longa To be all thine again! Speak comfort to roe! call me yet "MY MARY" aa of yore Thoae worda could make me half forget That thia is home no more. "Sit near me! Oh this hour repaya Long year of lonely pain; ' I feel a if the old bright day Were all come back again, My hearta beats thick wjth happy dreams, My eye with teara run o'er! Thou'rt with me, Mother! Oh, it aeeme Like ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 October 1849

M 1 CLAltK II. GIIEEN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. editor & risorniinroit. Volume lO. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTORER 4, 1849. IV umber 31. 1 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Office, tip stairs, next door to Crenshaw's Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar f r the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, nd for sal low. AGENTS FOR THIS rATEIt. V. B. Palmer, Esq , is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collcctionsfor the Times, st his of. Grom in thn follnwincr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 October 1849

THE TIMES mmm THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1319. D"We have conversed with a gen tleman who has received a letter from Gen. John Wilson, dated August 24 near the South Pass. Gen. Wilson lady and daughter, had been very sick but at the time of writing were in fine health. Nearly every one in the Gov ernment train had been attacked by the same disease, which did not seem to be either cholero, flux, or dysentery but a fair combination of each. Grass wai represented as very scarce, and iome thirty dead oxen had been re cently passed, all having died from ex-1 austion and the use of impure water. Seventy cholera graves had been coun ted on the route, but every thing like disease had disappeared. The train was getting along very well, and trav elling from fifteen to twenty miles per day. COMPLIMENTARY DINN E It. Tho citizens of Columbia tendered President Lalhrop a complimentary dinner last Scturday. It was numer ously attended, and was a well-merited compliment to a gifted and good man, whose los...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 October 1849

Cadets or Temperance. A lec tion of Cadets' of Temperance was or ganised at Fayette, last Saturday eve ning, by P. W. V., R. E. Terry, assisted ly W. T. Davis and A. Hendrix, Esqrs. Tliis makes the 12ili Section in the Slate. Success to the boys. S. 07t . Rev. C. D. Simpson, of this place, and R. E.Terry, of Fayette, will deliver addresses before the Sons and Cadets of Temperance, on Satur day evening next, in the College Chap el, at Fayette. Harmony. Previous notice having been given, the Hon. D R. Atchison, on Monday last, addressed that wing of the Democracy which adheres to him and his principles, and not as he said, cither free soilcrs or abolitionists. In the estimation of his friends he demol ished Col. Benton told many tales out of the Democratic School, which, with out doubt, were true. Among other things stating that through his influence col Denton was re-elected to his pres ent seat in the Senate, and at the same time intimating, what (ho whigs have before said, that Ben...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 October 1849

mt Tha Future. Years ire coming speed thou onwartll Wliea the swerd shall gather rust, And the hamlet, lance and falchion, Sleep in iilem dust! Earth hat heard too long of battle, Heard the trumpet's voice too long; But another age advance?, Seers Tore-told in aong. In the past the age of iron, Those who slaughtering met their kind, Have too often worn the chaplet Honor's band has twined. But the heroes of the future Shall be men whose hearts are strong, Men whose words and acts shall only War against the wrong. But the sabre, in their contests Shall no part, no honor own; War's dread art shall be forgotten, Carnage all unknown. Years are coming, when forever War's dread banner shall be furl'd, And the angel of Peace, be welcomed Regent of the world! Hail with song that glorious era, When the sword shall gather rust, And the helmet, lance and falchion, Sleep in silent dust. A Belle op the Oi.de Time. The following picture of a belle in New York, in 1000, is copied from a new novel e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 October 1849

CM rS ir5 Ik ill ill u ir . ir . i li CLARK II. fiREEIV: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. I IMKIIt A; PKOFRIE TO 11 Volume 10. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, Til I US DAY, OCTOIIEll II, 1819. IV umber 33 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rUBMIHED BVRRY THURSDAY. Office, up itairt, next dnnr to Crenthmc't Hotel. Entrance, Water Street. TEI1MI OF rUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before llie end of the year, 3 00 TERII80F ADVERTISING One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable lerms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PATER. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Time...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 October 1849

THE TIMES cut; i I, A 8 -i O V , .TI o . THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, 181'J. TO OUU SUBSCMBLUS AND PATU.N$..i - ; In llic hurry . consequent , upon the grenl amount of j b-woik in our office, we omitted lasl week, to announce thai the Time had completed s Viiaii ol its existence in Glasgow. . We embrace the present as on oppor tune occasion to return our thanks to the public for tho very liberal and rn courageing patronage (hat lias been be stowed upon us since we commenced business in this place. We have suc ceeded beyond the expectations of our sell" or friend, and, li' doubt, q'litu be yond those of our enemies. The present number, commences an other year, of this placr, and vvc Imp's i have the company of all our present subscribers, besides many , new ones; and to merit a ccntinuance of that pat ronagn which hns been so generously bestowed upon us. . Should any of oui subscribers, desire to part company, wt refer them to our leim, on fust page, for the modus operandi of leave, tahir.g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 October 1849

Cholera at Brunswick. Werrirnt tcry mucli to learn thai iho cliolcrn hni "gain visited Brunswick. Twn sertant4. belonging to Dr. Bull died last week. Dr. William H. Waien.nf ihnt plnce, also died of cholera Inst Thursday. Wo have henrd of no oilier enses." Ii is quite common, we iindersioni), for cholera thus to reappear at places where it has extensively prevailed, but no fears need be entertained of its continu ing or spreading. The I'eacc Co.no it ess at Vam. The Niogira biings us detailed ac counts of the nssembloge at Paris of Representatives from every part of Christendom, whose olijecl in to per suade all the nations of the earth that a reference of all tho difficulties toaibi n ation is better than on appeal to force. Prominent among the orators who havo been addressing the meeting, a few days before the steamer left, was Victor Hugo, the well known author.---We quote a few cxtracis: "A day shall come when you will no longer make wars a day shall come when you will no longer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 October 1849

t LIST OF LETTERS, ; REMAINING iri ihs Post Office al Gins gow, Mo., October 1st, IS 19, which if not taken out within three month, will be sent lo the Posl Ollice Department at Washington as dead letters. Arnold William II Gibbs Stephen Adams James 2Herndon Andrew J Adams William Hix John Adams Miss Grizzil Hack ley William E la D Hotton Johnson II T A-hbrook Ann E II inly MrsEmelineR Boolhe Samuel S3 , ILighes Mrs Mary Burton A is renelo Hoy Jonas pe A Baily Sam el G Beat? R " Booker W II Burch Hugh' a W Brooks John Keer Andrew L Koulard Rebecca Lewis Rev A M Loughborough John Monday Lemuel E Manpin Mrs Virginia Brady Francis o Wil-Ne ly Richard A liam Funis William C Benty Joeph Owens Thomas Biainbrick James W Obermyer S Brown Mrs Mariah Pipe John Clark John W. lle John Crter Mr9 ElizabelhPage Samuel Cor be 1 1 W Pullinm Marquis Pea Jacob Ciuer James E Crotzer Joseph ' Cooper Edward Cabeen R E Collins W II Dodd James 2 Ewing Mrs Susan Estill John II Farr Woodson M Fristoe Rev Tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 October 1849

CLARK II. CilSERIV: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffeiison. iiiuroi: x. ruorHiLioR. Volimio 10. ULASKOW, ttlSSOL'KI, TIIIKSDAY, OCTOIlElt 18, 1819. A ii in he r US. GLASGOW. WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. OJJice, tip stairs, next dmtr to Crenshaw' I Hutel. Entranre, Water Street. , TERMS OF PUBLICATION For one year, if paid in ndvanne, $2 (10 If not paid before 1 lie end of the year, U 0(1 ; TF.KMPIF ADVERTISING. One sKjnarP, (1.! lines orli'ss)0ne Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each siibseqoer.l insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. JOB .'HINTING, OP every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks anu blank dekus, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and Tor sale low. AOENTS roll THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer. Eq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collpctionsforlhe Times, it his of Sees in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 October 1849

l m THE TIMES GLASfiO W, Mo. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1849. CLUBS! CLUBS!! Our subscribers, friends,' and post masters, are respectfully notified that wo offer the Times at as low rates, to clubs, as any paper of the same size on the north side of the river. The Times, for size and amount of reading matter, neatness of execution and regularity of issue, is surpassed by no country paper and shall be sur passed by none in point of cheapness. Clubs must always be accompanied by the cash. 1 copy, 82,00 per annum. 5 copies, $9,00 or 81,80 per copy. 10 copies, SI 5.00 or 31,50 per copy. 20 copies, $25,00 or 31,25 per copy. 25 copies, $28.00, or 31,121 per copy 30 copies, 830,00 or 81,00 per copy. This makes the Times the cheapest paper in the Slate! Our friends, post masters, merchants, and newsmen, are invited to make up clubs, according to the above unprecedented (in the west) low rates, and forward the money. A copy of the paper will also bo given to the person making up the club and for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 October 1849

An Easy bulb pon Farmers A cor respondent of the National Intelligen cer thui corrccta a pnragraph which is going the rounds of the press, giving the tnodo of computing the English quotations for a quarter of wheal into American measurement and currency: "The 'quarter of wheat' is one fourth of a ton, (2,240 pounds,) or 560 pounds. The standard bushel of wheot is not the 'Winchester' bushel, but one-eight ot 660, or 70 pounds. Now, in our coun try, the bushel of wheat is 60 pounds; therefore, divide 500 by 60, and the re sult, or nine and one-third bushels, will be tho equivalent, according to our standard, for the English 'quarter of wheat.' But, to make this available to the farmer, let him 'divide' the price per 'quarter' in sterling shillings by nine, (instead of eight,) and multiply the quotient by twenty-four, for the price per bushel (American) in cents. Thus at 54 shillings per quarter 54 divided by 9 being 6, which, multiplied by 34, gives $1,44 per bushel. fOA new Post Off...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 October 1849

T 1 f 'FrAnlha S. O. Ptcayuiia, r The Hose of Alabama. ' BY A. B. WEEKi ' 1 1 ' I loved in boyhood's happy time, ' When life was like a minstrel's i-hymo, Aad cloudless as my native clime, ' ' The Hose of Alabama, f -' Oh lovely Rose! . ' , .' , , The sweetest flower earth knows. Is the Rose of Alabama. One pleasant, hilmy night in June, When swung, in silvery clouds the moon, My heart awoke love's vesper tuno, - Fur Rose of Alabama. . . -. ; . Fhe caught the strain, and to the bower, Impelled by lovo and music's power, . , Vtola like an angel, at that houi! The Rose of Alabama.. Beside me there her form she placed, My arm stole gently 'round her waist. And earth oemed with new beauty graced, By Rose of Alabama! The breeze and streamlet ceased their tone; Like winged gems the fireflies shone; The flowers gazed envious on my own Sweet Rose of Alubam! 'Tis vain our mulual vows to tell One strain upon my plantive shell, And then I bade a sad farewell To Rose of Alubamn! Long years hove...

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