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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 November 1848

, REEiV & SHIRLEY, ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT T-JMrEMoir. EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Volume 0.', GLASGOW, MISSOtJRI, THURSDAY, AOVIOTIIIFU 9, IS 18. - -- " . . . A-m mu iw a w wiansow ltcruiy rimes, , , The Holy city.-; :t -v ' rnnttnHKl) vnr TBtmsriAY v CLARK H. fiKEEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. - OJuxi vp stnirs, next ionr to Crtnthaw's J Mel. ... , :, .., Entrance, Water Street., , . ..,.) , ' " TEBMi OF frrjIILtCATION.' 1 ' 1 Purone vesr. If niid in sdvsnce, ' 2 00 1 If not mid before the close of the yer, 8 00 i . -V TFRMB OF ADVERTISIR0. ' - u One qroire, (13 tinei or le) One Dollar for the Brst, and SO cents tor ccn suosequem insertion. Libersl deductions msdo to Merchant and other who advertise by the year. ' ' ' inn FRUITING. ' ; ' Of every description, executed with neatne and i despatch, on reasonable term. . , . JCST1CE' BLANK AND BI.ANX DKr.DS. . Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and ' for aie low. ( ' Aat.nr ton ti fafsk. V. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 November 1848

THE TIMES. UI.ADUOWI U THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1848. IT IS DONE. . The election if over the die if cast the fate of the candidates it decided, and we have nothing now to do but to wait pa tiently until the result ia ascertained. We long ago predicted that Gen. Taylor would be elected, end we believe that prediction I i f..icn.i t .:. c j .1... H UtTCU lUlllllCU, lur WU BID UIIMIUU tliai large majority of the citizeni of the Uni . I C. . .1. I . ! I .riH tea oiaiei are neariny sick ami ureu ui iu cofoco misrule, and that they had long since determined to put their seal of dis approbation upon the course pursued by the present party in power. On Tuesday fast, we feel confident they executed this good resolve, by casting their votes for Gen. Taylor, the People's man, the man who has lighted up the history of his na tive land with imperishable glory, and who ' is in favor of the will of the people gov erntng the action of their servants. THE LEGISLATURE. We are perfecting arrangements to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 November 1848

IIbavy Lawsuits in TaxAS.We learn from tlid Galveston Civilliao that there are , now. pending before the V. 8. Court for Ihe district of Texjs, tho following suits ' lor landa claimed under grantt made prior to the Texan Declaration of Independence: ' Whitney vs. Ham: suit brought for eleven : leagues, but dccda filed for aixty-iix: all of wmcn depend upon the result of tlui auit. ' Cameron, against more than one hun lred . defondanta, settlers, for four eleven league grants, or forty-four leagues. Garcia v . Giddings, for eleven leagues, on Guade loupe, worth 950,000. There is now tin der advisement, in the Supreme Court ot the Slate, the case of Jones and others vs the German Association, involving eleven . leagues; the Mission case, embracing ten iMgoeaheld under an old Spanish title; the Perry claim for four leagues, but surveyed for sixteen, on the Medina; and the great . case, Smith vs. Power, involving fifty -six leagues, extending up the coast one hundred miles from Point Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 November 1848

DIRGE FOR , THE BEAUTIFUL, j v if B. ILLC9 OOODMAV. v.- . j ., , Tout ;OA bid me not utd kirn" Softly, peacefully, ' ' ; Lay ber to retj ' ;.' .. , i -tit 4- i . .. Piece the lurf lightly ... j .... r - . . '' : . . daily, solemnly, - Bnil o'ar ika ht - Where yon have pillowed Thus early btr bead. . , Plant young willow 1 ' I Close by hergrave; Lt lit long branches Soothingly wave; . Twine iweet fosetr Over bar tomb ; Sprinkle fresh bud there--. ' Beauty and bloom. Let bright fountain Limpid and clear, Murmur iia muaie Smile through a tear- Scatter iia diamonds Where the loved lies- Brilliant and starry, Like angel'a eyes. Then shall the bright birds " On golden wing, ' Lingering ever, Murmuring sing ; ; Then shall the soft breeze Pensively sigh Boaring rich fragrance And melody by. ' , Lay the tod lightly Over her breast ; Calm be her slumber, Peaceful her rest. Beautiful, lovely ' . . She wsa, but given A fair bud to earth, To blossom in Heaven. THE CONTRAST. TBill WltKS AFTER MAB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 November 1848

TIM WS. Volume 9. Ulatngow AVcckly Times. PUBUSHKD RVrRV THURSDAY BV . CLARK II. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. Office, up stairs, next door to Crenthav's Hutel. i Entrancs, Water Strtet, TBRMS or PUBLICATION. rot one year, if paid in advance, . if pot paid b.ifure the close of the year, TERMS OF ADVKRTISINn. 3 no ! One squire, (14 lines or less) One Dollir for the nrst, and ou cents Tor each subsequent Insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. . JOB PBINTINO. Of every description, executed with ncatnes and despatch, on reasonable terms. JOSTICSS' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly oo hsnd, and for sale lowi 10ENTS FOR THIS PAPKR. V, B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Ulaboow Weiklt Times, tl Ins ufiices in the following cities: Philadelphia Worth-West Corner of Third and Chesnat streets. . Baltimore South-East Corner of Baltimore and Calvert street...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 November 1848

THE TIMES. OLASUOTVl --"THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER 16, lS4s." iENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR ELECTED! The ftraiitl Result. ' y,' , 4 "Sufficient returns hova been received to unceringly 'indicate the election' of Gen. TAYLOR TresideW, and MILLIARD TILLMORX. Vice President of this great Republic, for four yean from the 4ih of March next, ' . . As this glad "newt came rolling over the country. it sent a thrill of joy to the hearts of millions, and the exclamation involunta ' rily escaped the lips of thousands, " T II 13 r COUNTRY IS SAFE!" Aye 1 "tub country is safeT llcr destinies will soon be committed to the hands of a man whose Platform is her sa cred, blood-bought Constitution, and who stands pledged only to defend that sacred platform from invasions without or immo lation within. That he will do this, in ad dition to his recent pledges to thai effect, we have his whole lite as guarantee. ". Who asks more ? No one who knows Gen. Taylor, or who has studied his life and character. , . . As far as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 November 1848

IIm 'I' - I I . . 7 in irrteaf--tomrrtufafioA A mw o- carter, onrf oAer Fur ier Ainurpanec in frutsia. ' Niw Yo.,' Nov. 9. In. fine steamer Am.,;. .j i... L. 12 o'clock from Liveroonl hr!n: .i "... j ""7 laicr nuin jjurope. . : ...T o.nenC,Lf ?'Brl4n' Megh. McMan uunonue, naa ue.n commuted to tian ,-...-.. m repiy io the lenience. aieegner and McManue tpoke with the eloquence : til r.tnmil France 1 : ' I. tianquil, Tha election of President fiied to laka placa on the 20th of December. : Tha P... .;... as: .. . . 6 " "4"""lr7 naa moi with a .ig. .... . w oiiicnameni 10 me constitution 10 oeiay me election or President. ... , Austria. ., A here nothing new from Austria. Vienna was aurrounded on all aide, but nothing new Ireland. Duffy's trial had been brought to a conclusion uui ipu veniici was rendered, T . . a ne country presented a deplorable picture, jmwiiij gm 01 loeiaiiureot the potato ciop. Fniia. Dialuibancee look place at Berlin on tha 17lh, : wmcn reauuea in considerable los...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 November 1848

Concluded ft em First Page. fee enabled to do much, to bo punctual, to fulfil hi prornisesy If they are ' judiciously taado. Punctual labor will make punctual tustomeri, and ihit man will grow rich, and in lu time when aga requires real, he will be able to be at leisure, leaving his bu smen to others, white those of his age who Wera at leisure whik he was busy, will be atruggliog aiill even under the infirmities of go for their daily bread. ,A greet mistake often made and fraught with the worst consequences is, that labor ia discreditable to gentleman. Nature ays there can truly be no gentleman 'without it. It ia necessary to the existence certainly to the perfection of the race in their proper relations here. It is necessa ry to wealth, comfort and happiness. It is the appointment of God himself. God made man a laborer. In every good sense of the term, which connects him with the interest of his race and the proper destiny of man; lie made the laborer a gentleman and the gentleman ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 November 1848

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. - MI I KM, Y Volume 9. : Glasgow Weekly Times. . 1 roBiunr.D tvruv thursdav nr CLARK 11. GKEEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. VJice, vp stairs, next door to Crenshaw's Hold: Entrance, Water Street, . TF.RM8 Or rCRLICATlON. Tot one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before I he close of the vear, $2 00 S 00 TEnMR OF ADVERTISING. . One square, (12 Unci or Ices) One Dollar for the lirst, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion Liberal deductions made to Merchants and there who advertise hy the year. job rniNTiNa, Of every description, executed with neatnes and despatch, on reasonable terras. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low, i A0ENT9 roil THIS rAPEB. . V. B. Palme it, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nnd make Collections for the (ilasuow Weeklv Times, tt his offices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner of Third and Cliesnut streets. Ealtimore South-East C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 November 1848

THE TIMES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1843. , AT FAYETTE, TO-NIGHT, The Whigs will celebrate the election of Taylor and Fillmore, by an illumination, procession, tpeaking, &c, &c. lO"The citizens of Glasgow are invited to attend, one and all. THE CELEBRATION. The celebration on Monday night passed off admirably. Just after dark the signal gun was fired, and in a twinkling, the city was in a blaze! Every whig house, and several democratic, (not ultra!) was brilliantly illu minated, which, with the bonfires on the hills, banished darkness from the streets. Immediately after the illumination, the crowd assembled in front of Mr. Simp son's school room, and a procession was formed, Maj. John II. Turner and R. G. ftunyan, Esq., acting as Marshals, and marched through the principal streets of the place, to the music of the Glasgow Brass Band. The procession was headed by the Stars and Stripes and a Transparency containing a large likeness of the old Hero. There was some forty Transpare...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 November 1848

tO St. Acbkrt it the name of a new lovmjiist surveyed, at a placo called Young'a Landing, Calloway county. We learn from in position, being the receiving and forwarding point for the merchandise and produce of that county, as well as a part of Audrain, that it must become a placo of considerable business. Our towns man, Louis Robiou, Esq., it interested in it. THANKSGIVING. To-day is the day appointed by tho Gov ernor, to be observed as a day of Thanks giving, by the l'eoplo of Missouri. ID" Lady's Book" for December. This gem of periodicals has already been re ceived, filled to overflowing with articles from the most gifted pens, and embellished with a perfect gallery of splendid engra vings, independent of the fashions. The portrait of "Grace Greenwood," one of the most gifted and charming writers of the age, is alone worth the subscription. Every number contains 72 pages read ing matter, three steel engravings, colored fashion plates, music on tinted paper, and from ten to fiftee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 November 1848

LOVE PUB.ITY--FIDELITY." Lort is ihe golden chair) that blends, In unity, 'Confiding friends; -Tbl image of (he bltsl above, -Who dwell m God, for God is love." roxitr The pellucid gem, That glows upon ihe diadem; It daftces in the chryslal stream, And brightens in the burning beam ; Our bridal garment it (hall be, When we the King of Glory see. FiDitiTT The final teat, For such aa shall be truly blest; And srowns of glory will descend On all who're faithful to the end. epTgr A M . Marie's like S clock, they say, Unconscious of her beauty; She regulates the live long day, Exact in every duty. If this be true -such self command, Such well directed powers 0 in ny her little minute hand Become s hand of hourt. EARLY MARRIAGES EARLY DEATHS. Our attention has been called to this sub ject by reading in on of our daily pa per tli notice of the death of a child, sixteen years'of age, who appears to have been a wife and a mother! This, we a aware, is only one out of many thousands of instanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 November 1848

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. GREEN & SHIRLEY, Volume 9. Glasgow Weekly Times. PCBLISHED EVF.BT TtlURfDAV B7 CLARK II. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. OJiet, up itain, next door to Crenshaw'i Hotel: entrance, water afreet. TSHMf OF PUBLICATION. For one year, it' paid in advance, $3 00 If not piid before the close of the rear, 3 00 TERM OF ADVERTISING One square, (12 line or lets) One Dollar for the nrst, and OU cent tor each subsequent insertion. Liberal deduction made to Merchants and snhers who advertise by the year. JOB f RINT1N0. Of evt'y description, executed with neatnea and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds. lfeatly executed, kept constantly on band, and lor sale low. AOKNTS FOR THIS TAPER. V. 6. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collection for the Glasgow Weekly Times, it his dthces in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner of Third and Chesnut streets. BAtTisioBE South-East Corner of Balt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 November 1848

THE TIMES. U I, A.SiO W: u. - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1848. .MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA. , .Those are the only two States about which there seems to exist any doubts, as to their vote, A Telegraphic dispatch from Memphis, dated the 24th, states that Mississippi has gone for Taylor, by a ma jority of 20 votes. The last accounts from Alabama, gave hopes that Taylor would get the vote of that Stale The majorities in both States, cither way, will be small, and until full returns are re ceived, it will be impossible to know the result. We hope by next week to be able to give the majorities in all the Stales. - Since the result was certainly known, no one has paid much attention to particulars; the whigs have been jollifying and the lo cos weeping. CELEBRATION AT FAYETTE The Whigs of Fayette and vicinity had a glorious celebration last Thursday night. The day was rather unfavorable, which prevented many from being present but night found some three hundred together, in the best of spirits. At...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 November 1848

-THE MAILS--CARELESSNESS. The canVass bag which left this poat of fice last Thursday, containing the western mail, including our paper of that day, re turned in the , stage, on Tuesday evening. How it could have been overlooked, and sent back here, we cannot conjecture. It shows a carelessness on the part of some one, either post master or driver, which ought not to be suffered to go unnoticed. Our package of papers for Key tesville, for in stance, which ought to have been delivered last Friday morning, is back here, five days afterwards. So of our subscribers at Bruns wick, Linneus, and other places. We shall attempt to find out where the fault lies, and will at least give the offender a public no tico for his carelessness. We labor hard, night and day, to prepare the news for our patrons, always mailing it in due time. This we do, faithfully, and after our paper .is deposited in the post office, our control 'over it ceases; others are paid to perform their part, and if we can ferr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 November 1848

IMPROVEMENTS IN WROUGHT IRON. Take (craps of wrought iron and melt them in a cupola furnace with a toft fan blast or use a reverberator? furnace, a for inciting pig iron. After being melted, it is poured into moulds, and is very hard and brittle. After this it is put into an iron box, if a small quantity is wanted, surroun ded with bricks, iron ore and charcoal dust being placed between the box and the tricks, and the whole submitted to a degree tjf heat to restore tho malleability of the iron. A trial bar is used to be withdrawn from time to time to ascertain the degree f malleability to which the mass has ob. tainei. For making articles which do not require to possess the density and texture of wrought iron alone, mix therewith cast ire ia various proportions, according to the nature and requirements of the article, taking care that the proportion of cast iron in no instance exceeds the weight of the wrought iron. In making articles which require to take the nature and temper of s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 December 1848

..'?.i;.'. MM lit ')) ',; ' y "(t . VBMBBM Vi .. M , m m ...... ' . - VAinMin CI i t - - ' - " . JlJLJ. - ' ilL- ! r,l . MISSOURI, TlltltSllAY, IIFXCHIIER 7, 18 18. s . laKow ; "Weekly Xinu-i. FtJDUSrlKD KVKRY THUHSOAV HY CLARK II. GKE1SN & PAUL SHIRLEY. tfllce, up stairs, next Amr tn Crenshaw's lintel ' Entrance, Water Street. TERMS OF rUBMfATION. For one year, it' paid in advance, 2 00 ir not paid uciure me close ot tiie vear, u uu THUMB OF ADVERTISING. ' Onfl square, (12 lines or less) One Dollnr for the first, and ou cents Tor each subsequent insertion. ' Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. i .. ; JOB DUNTINC, T)f every description, executed with neat lies und despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and lor sale low. i.. .AGENTS FOR THIS TATEr! V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections fur the Glasgow Weekly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 December 1848

THE TIMES. U l AS GJO,AV Mo. TllURSDAY.JDECEMBER 7, 1848. orrics, vr staihs. hext door to crekshaw s hotel: shtsasce, water street. MISSISSIPPI. The returns from this Slato settles the question, although they are not all official. The majority for Gen. Cass is from 500 to 800. ' TENNESSEE. The official vote in Tennessee, was as follows: ' Taylor, 01.705 Cass 58,4 IS) Majority for Taylor, 6,280; whole num ber of votes, 123,134. Gov. Brown's ma jority was 1,015. NEW JERSEY. Taylor's majority over Cass, 3,120. Van Buren received 849 votes Smith 77. LOUISIANA Gives a majority of 3,130 for Taylor, being a Whig gain of 3,83a since folk's election. The Plaquemino fraud was not attempted on this occasion. MISSOURIOFFICIAL. PRESIDENT. ' GOVERNOR. COUNTIES. Adair Audrain Atchison Andrew Barry Bates Benton Buchanan Boone Caldwell C ill lawny Camden Caps Girardeau Carroll Cedar Chariton Clark Clay Cole Cooper Crawfurl Clinton Dadtt Da'.lsi Daviess UoKaib Dunklin Franklin . Gentry Greene Grondy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 December 1848

LnoisLATunfc. Tho Legislature meets on the 20th. Now is the time for persons who Are not taking a paper to subscribe. Ve shall have a reporter at the Capitol, who will keep our renders fully advised of what i going on. For the small sum of two dollars per year, a paper can be ob tained, containing the Legislative proceed ings of the Slate, Congressional news, the last messages of President Polk nnd Gov. Edwards tho first messages of President Taylor and Gov. King, together with the current news and chit chat of the day. Could two dollars be better spent? Send in your names, friends we have a long list, for which we are thankful; but we want, and intend to deserve, and have, more. This is tho best point in the up country for a paper, because it can be sent in all directions, as soon as printed. We have the big end of a thousand subscribers, and must have the balance. We wish our friends to advise their neighbors who do not take the Times of this say what they honestly can in its' fav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 December 1848

,THE PRINTER'S HQSR OF PEACE. Know ye the Frinter'S hour of Peace? . Know ye an hur more frouglit wtlh joy, Than ever fell the mind of Gieeca When kissed by Venus' atn'rous boy. ,.'Tis not when round the mazy.cASE, Hii nimble fingers kiss the types, ' Nor fa it when, with lengthened face, The sturdy devil's tall he gripes. 'Tis not when news of dreadful note His columns all with minion fill; Tis not when brother Printers quote The effusion of his stump worn quill. Tis not when in Miss. Fancy's glare Long Advertisements meet his eye, And seem in whisper as they pass 'We'll grace your columns by and by.' No readerno the Printer's hour, His hour of real sweet repose, Is not when by some maaflc power - His list of Patrons daily grows But, 0, Ms when the weather's clear, Or clad in rain, or hail, or vapor, He hears in accents roft and dear 'I've come to fay you for your pater. ' TO A LADY'S HAND. . From the Tribune, Lady) though Sculpter has the power To charm me with its mimic art, Ther...

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