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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 October 1849

0to t CLARK II-. lilt LUX: Volume 10. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBI.IBIIEU EVERY TIILR8DAV. Ojicc, vp itairj, nexi dour to Crennhavi'i Hotel Entrance, Water Street. TEF.M8 Or PUBLICATION. For one year, it' paid in advance, 2 01 If not puid before. Iho end or the year, 3 Ul TKKMSOF ADVERTISING. One tenure, (1. lines or less) One Dollai for the first, and 00 cenls fur each subsequent insertion. Li burn I deductions made to Merchants am others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINT1NU. Of every description, executed with nea.lne!' and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and fur sale low. AOENTS rOR THIS TATtR. V. D. Palmer, fcsq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collectionsforthe Times, it his of Sees in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore South-East Corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. New York Tribune Buildings. Boston ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 October 1849

NATIONAL RAIL ROAD CON VENTION. SECOND DAY. On our first page will be found the first day's proceedings. We condense the balance of llie proceedings from the city papers. Tuesday morning, Oct. 10th, the Con tention met, pursuant tu adjournment. Prayer by Rev. J. B. Jeter, of die Bap tist church. Hon. Geo. Darsic, of Penn.. from the committee appointed to report officers and rules for the government of . the Convention, submitted the following report, which was unanimously adopt ed: - The committee appointed to select officers for the permanent organization of the Convention, and to recommend rules for the government of its deliber ations, ioW, That they have agreed to recommend, FOR PRESIDENT, Hon. S. A. DOUGLASS, of Illinois. FOR VICE niKsiDitvr, W. L. Totten, of Pennsylvania; S. Furber, of Ohio; Samuel L'mison, of Indiana; Henry J. Easlin, of Kentucky; Joseph Williams, of Iowa; Charles Bracken, of Wisconsin; II. S. Geyer.of Missouri; John Biddlc, of Michigan; Amherst K. Williams, ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 October 1849

THE TIMES OliASGOW, ITIo. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1849. THE GREAT CONVENTION. . H'e give up a largo portion of out jpoco to-day, to the proceedings of the great Pacific Roil Road Convention held in St. Louie last Week. (0Ca!l at Messrs. Wiilliami &c P ton's, and examines their elegant stock of clotliing. 0QSee J. W, Wnms's advertise mcnts. lie keeps a full assortment, and is always ready to supply the wants of customers or buy the produce of tlx farmer. 0C7"Eld.T. M. Allen wilr preach in tills place Saturday and Sunday next. CCJCol. Denton was to have spoLen ' at St. Charles on Monday last. His ap pointments extended from there to Troy, Bowling Green, New London, Hannibal, Palmyra, Monticello, and Al exandria, where he takes the back track and is to be at St. Genevieve the 5ih of November, Perry villc the 6th, and Jack tun the 7ih. DC7Ci)l. Benton addressed a large concourse of people at St. Louis, on Thursday afternoon, after the adjourn ment of the convention. In the evening Jud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 October 1849

The rnriucr' oiig. '; Tlc riow, the Plowl the ancient Plow . Has torn ihe yielding- sod Since rl'st this world was given to man A heritage from God. The Plow, the Plow! the dashing Plow That elevates the loam; We follow free in breezy track, Beneath the sky's blue dome. The Flow, the Plow! the glorious Plow Extends her smiling reign Upon the flinty mountain's brow, And o'er tne sunny plain. The Plow, the plow! the regal plow Hold on its kingly sway, Alike where royal tur reins rise, Or humble hamlets lay. The plow, the plow! the conquering plow, Unlike the conquering sword, Has joyous life, and beaming wealth, On swarming millions poured. Oh, oh! for help to drive the plow And break the flinty clod; No longer starves in man's employ, Come, take your pay of God. The Earth, the Earth! the teeming Earth, God's store-house here for man, We may go to God's own and draw Gifts from the generous hand. The Earth, the Earth! the fuir broad Earth lias locked within her breast Kich gifts for al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 November 1849

- - ci.akk it. -iti:i: : ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT II." JErrenoii. liuiroR & PRontiETim. Volume IO. filjtMfiOW, MlwSOIJKI, TlltllKiDAY, OYi:tlREK I, 110. lumber 23. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rUBUSIIED EVERY THURSDAY. Qtftce, stiirs, next door to Crenshaw's llottl Entrance. Waltr Strtet. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. , For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not pai before ih end of Hie year, 3 00 TERMSOF ADVERTISING. One square, (l-2lines orless)One Dollar for the firit, and 50 cenls for eacb subsequent Insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and other who advertise hy the year. JOB MINTING. Of every detcription. executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLARES AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS FAPEB. T. B. Palmer. Esq , is authorized to pro sure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Tikes, it his of 4r.i in tha fullowinc cities...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 November 1849

THE TIMES O li A S O W , W o . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1849. ONE DOLLAR! The Cheapest Pnper in Jlo. CLUBS1 CLUBS!! Our subscriber!, friends, and post masters, are respectfully notified that wo offer the Times at as low rates, to clubs, as anv paper of the same size in the State. 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. I copy, 82,00 per annum. 5 copies, $9.00 or 81,80 per copy. 10 copies, 815,00 or 81,50 per copy 20 copies, 825,00 or 81,25 per copy 25 copies, $28.00, or 81,12s per copy 30 copies, 830,00 or 81,00 per copy. This makes the Times the cheapest paper in the Siatel Our friends, post masters, merchants, and newsmen, are invited and requested lo make up clubs, remit the money, and the paper will be forth coming Uld subscribers in arrearages can pay up and go into a club fJCJGenerally speaki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 November 1849

AN ADMISSION A COMPLIMENT In an article on "Benton's Anneal." he ' Metropolitan says: Moriifvino. and even humiliating, ns it must be io every proud minded Mistourian, ii must bo confessed, that thcro are hun tired professing iho democrnlic faith, who have blindly or wickedly commit ted themselves to the monstrous heresy involved in this pretended 'Appeal I' That is a pretty candid admission. when we read o frequently that the Democrats every where rcpudiato Ben ton. Of these "hundreds," the same paper in the next scnienco of the same article says "They are more to be pitied than dis pised, we mean iho honest portion of them. It was nothing more than a trap designed to catch 'fools and knaves' and it is lamentably true, that it has fallen upon a goodly number of both." A few "honest" men, but principally "knaves and fool" compose the Ben ton party! Smoke that, Benton men. UMaj. Basyo has been removed from the Post office at Jefferson City, and Thomas W. Cloney appointed in hi place....

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

THE OICt'HA. The f-jlnsring poem of "Pharos," oriff' nally P'lbtiibed In the Picayune, tells the Sto ry of hut too many of thuse bereaved little oae who appeal to the sympathy of ibe pub lie. . AN OR.PH TtTS STORV. I remember kitting weeping. Asking piteously fur bread, When I t iiuu gla my mullier sleeping And they told me she rs desd! Thrn I know I wildly screamed Tis like something have dreotn'd And ere we were torn apart, Oh! I felt that icy chill That went freezing to my heart, And melhinka enwrap it sti 11. Dead! A thought came wild and hurried Giving aid and remembrance birlu How I'd een my father buried In a box beneath the earth Oft I asked tny mother why Why did father go off and die? But then 'he would always weep, Filling me with strangest fears, And I used to wake from sleep By the falling of her tears! They were faces strange and new That about us gather'd round, And I knew my mother, too, Was to go beneath the ground! Then I ask'd of some one nigh, 'May not I, too, st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 November 1849

tLitirte Wtek V s - j GREEK: PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. Office, Mf stairs, next door to Crenthaw't Hotel Entrance, Water Street. TIRM8 OF PUBLICATION. For on year, if piid 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 for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and there who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank dikds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, end for sale low. ASKNTS FOR TR1S PAPCI. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Times.iI hit of. Sees in the following cities: Philadelphia Nor thWest Corner Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore South-Bast Corner of Balti more and Calvert streets. New York Tribune Buildings. Boston No. 5, State street. Fayette Andrew J....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 November 1849

THE TIMES THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1849. Mai-.. Attention is called to the ad vertisement of Mr. Abbott, agent for Iho gate of Maps, in another column. The testimonials in favor of these maps, from the beads of schools and colleges in our State, are very high. Ei-Prcsi- dent Laihrop, commends them in the highest terms; as also President Sher wood, of the Masonic college. Mr. Fb vigu, principal of the Female Semi nary in this place, procured a couple for the use of his School, ar.d is much pleased with them those in want of a correct and convenient map, either of the world or the United Slates, should secure them of Mr. Abbott. THE ST. LOUIS TRAGEDY. On our hi st page will be round an imperfect account of a most horrid tragedy in St. Louis. The first shots were fired from the porch into the room where young Barnum and Macomber lodged. A window from their room opened on the porch, and through this window the shot was fired. The shoot ing, and hallooing of the occupants of the room arouse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 November 1849

ONE DOLLAR! The Cheapest Paper in Mo CLUBS! CLUBSII Our subscribers, frienrls, and post masters, are reaped fully notified thai wo offer the Times at at low rate, to clubs, ai any paper of the same size in the .Slate. ihe Iimes, for size and amount of reading matter, neatness of execution and regularity of issue, is turpassed by no country paper and shall be sur paised by none in point of cheapness. Hubs must always be accompanied by the cash. 1 copy, 82,00 per annum. 6 copies, 89,00 or $1,80 per copy. 10 copies, 815.00 or 81,50 per copy 20 copies, 825,00 or 81,25 per copy. 25 copies, $28.00, or 81.12J per copy 30 copies, 830,00 or 81,00 per copy, This makes the Timbi the cheapest paper in the Stole! Our friends, post -masters, merchants, and newsmen, are invited and requested to make up clubs, remit the money, and the paper will be forth coming. . . . . . uiu subscribers in arrearages can pay up and go into a club. OG'Generally peaking, the subscrip lion of those who subscribed aft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 November 1849

from the Lowell Courier. MARCIERY. . ' ' 'sy W..MARDXN. 1 I tee I life still, as in dretm, ' " Margery! I m changed, but thou dost cem The same to me, c The same sweet being bright and fair, With beaming eyes, snd auburn bair That once did my young heart ensnare, Margery! For pure, primeval charms were thine - Margery! Expressing innocence divine, 1 So beautcously, The village maidens loved tu bear . . Garlands to thee of of flow'rets rare, And owned thee "fairest of the fair," Margery! Clear wandering waters balmy galea, Margery! Calm moonlight walks, and tender tales I told to thee; These trooping to my mind return. My fancies glow, snd feelings yearn: 'Tis o'er and I again do mourn, Margery! Thou wast a flower that faded soon, Margery! A star that waned before night's moon Did come to thee. Admiring eyes were strained to know That heavenly light thou didst bestow, And grieved that thou to toon must go, Margery! Pale, withered leafless sought tht ground Margery! And wheeled in cir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 November 1849

1 9tt k rate AX CLARK II. GREEN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT J7V' JapraRsow. EDITOR A PROPRIETOR. Volume lO. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1819. IV timber 37. 5 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. , rUBLIIREO EVERT TUURiDAT. Qgiet on Waltr Slrtet. TEHMt OF PUBLICATION For on year, if paid in advance, $3 00 If not paid before the end of the rear, 3 00 CLUBS. S copies 1 year in advance, 10 " " gj ii ii 25 ii ii ii 30 " " " e oo 15 1)0 25 00 28 00 30 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISINO. One eqXiare, (12lines or left) One Dollar for 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 nd despatch, on reasonable terms. - justices' blanes and blame deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. A0E3TI FOR THIS TAPER. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro care Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 November 1849

THE TIMES l A S O W , Mo. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1849. Livery Stablb. Il will be teen b reference to our advertising column, that Messrs. Emerson & Uandley have bought out the Messrs. A molt, and an now holding furih at the old eiiib lished aland in this city. They have ad ded tome fine atock to their stable have excellent carriages and buggies ar accommodating and persevering end all who may want to lake a ride, on bu sinew, or for pleasure, will find excel lent accommodation. Carriages. The attention of per ona desiring a family carriage or Imp gy, is called lo the advertisement of Mr, Finlcy, carriage maker, at Si. Louis.-. He ia an excellent workman and a lib eral cenllcman to deal wilh. Give him a call when you are in St. Louis. tT"7"Circuit Court commences in Blocmington on Monday. IOThe Platte Argus is to be remov ed to Weston, and Mr. W. H. Adam is hereafter to be connected with Mr. A formerly resided in this county and served his apprenticeship lu ll" Drintins business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 November 1849

s. E7Mr. JammF. Wight, of Mili-.n, Randolph county, has kindly contented to act 11 agent Tor lha Timeb at thai place. Those in want of a cheap pa. per, are Tefered to our tcrm, and re queued to call on Mr. Wight. 0O"Tho attention of our renderi in Chariton, Linn, Carroll, Livingston, Ma con and Saline, ia called to the adver tiacment of Messra. Moberly & Halli burton, in to-day'a paper. Groceries. See Mr. Perry'e adver tisement. Hit atnek i the moil com plete erer brought to thii market. Lay in your auppliet before a further ad vance in pricea. OCT T. A.mell, Eiq. of Fullon, ia stumping it for Col. Benton. It ia sta ted that the Hon. John Jamieaon declin ed speaking at Mexico, Audrain coun ty, as Mr. Anscll was on the ground ready to reply. The Pittsburg Journal speaks of a patent Suction Power Pump now being exhibited in that city. It says: "With I'.iis pump, one man would be able to throw water over a three atory house; and on farms, or in small villages, it would form a cheap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 November 1849

DEAL KISDLV ATTH THE STRANGER. Deil kindly wilb the stranger. Nor pas him coldly by, When in weariness and languor If ciime with downcail eye! Deal kindly with the stranger, As humbly at your door He sacks relief from danger Until the night b o'ar! Deal kindly with the atranger, ' When the norm ! passing by, And cheerful on your cottage hearth . The Ore ii blaxiog high! Be mindful of th stranger, When grief and want and pain Have laid him low pon hit couch,! Never to riae again! O did you know the loneliness Of heart the itranger beara, Kindness would mark your word to him, And Heav'n would hear your pray'ra! He who ever with the tranger In truthful kindness deals. May aomelimda Sind th stranger's garb An angel form conceals! FEMALE EDUCATION. Female educan'on it highly important as connected with domestic life. Ilia at home where man passu the largest portion of his time where he seeks refuge from the vex ations and embarrassments of business and enchantine repose fom his eiertions...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1849

W tle,e Mid -J- : !.M v. CLARK II. GREEN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jbffbrso. EDITOR A; PROPRIETOR. .Volume lO. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, IVOVE.TIHEU 22, 1819. Number 38. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. -'. rOBLlSHID EVERY THURSDAY. , . .. . Office on Water Street. ' J TIRMIor PUBLICATION For one vear, if paid in advance! ft 00 1 f not paid before the end of the year, 3 UU CLUBS ' 6 copies 1 year in advance, .' 10 " ) ", ; ' " . i 2t) ti 25 bo 9 00 15 00 25 00 -2S 00 30 00 . .. TERMS OF ADVERTI8IN0. 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 by the year. . ' i 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 for sale low. ,, ( ' ' AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. Y. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro eare ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1849

THE TIMES THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1849. Farm fob Rent. See advertise ment of an excellent Tobacco Farm to rent, in another column. A materia error occurred last week, which it cor rccteJ in this issue. . DC7"Alr. Weaveii, of the excellent steamer Anna, has our thanks for late papers. Mail Failure, There was a par tial failure of the mail last Saturday. The Republican, both weekly and semi weekly, fails to arrive ofiener than any other paper. Several subscribers to the weekly have requested us to call the attention of the publishers to the repeated failures. Lyceum. It may not bo generally known that there is a Lyceum in this place, in full blast. The meetings take place each Tuesday evening, when, wc understand, may be heard. "The grand debate The popular harangue, the tart reply, The logic, nnd the wisdom, and the wit, And the loud laugh " FROM SALT LAKE. The St. Joseph passed down Tuesday morning trom above. Among ner pas senders was Mr. Thomas Forsvtii, of St. Louis, just in from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1849

9 The Madison, (It.,) Courier of the 8th, says: IIooi Tbi Weather, &e. A ule of 100,000 Ibt. of pork, at four cents per lb. round, delivered in New Orleans, has been made by one of our enterprising business firms. A sale of eighty-five head of light but good beef cattle was made to the house on the hil yesterday at 3 nelt. The Indian summer is now; but though the weather is delightfully pleasant, our people woulJ rather feel as well to see a change. From all accounts hogs are abundant, and only await a change in the weather to give the packers some' thing to do. AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. It is said that since the President's tour to the North ha has repeatedly commended the plan of an Agricultural Bureau, and added that it was remark able the Government had never before paid more attention to the great lead ing interest of the country. We hope to see the Administration of Gen. Tay lor signalized by the establishment of such a Bureau. It will be a great step in the cultivation of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1849

VP ,.TH CHURCH-YARD STILE V.t'M : ; BT ELIIA.COOK. , -I leftttW young and' pay Mary, ' ' When last the thorn wan while; ;j I went upon my way Mary, : Aad all the world seetnM bright; ' ' For 'though my love had ne'er been told, " ..' Yet, yet I saw thy form Beside me in the midnight watch, Above me in the stortn. , ( And many a blissful dream I had, V , ,,,, That brought thy gentle smile Juat as it came when last we leaned ' v . Upon the Church-yard atile. "7." ; ' ., I'm here to seek thee now, Mary, As all I love the best; . ' J - To fondly tell thee bow, Mary, I've hid thee in my breast, ' ' "'. .... i csme 10 y'e'l ' up my heart. With hope, and truth, and joy, i . And drown with Manhood's honest faith , , , The feelings of the boy. : . t I breathed thy nan.e, but every pulse "''' Grew still and cold the while, , Fori was told, thou wert asleep, Just by the Church-yard stile. ' My messmates deemed me brave, Mary, ' '' Upon the sinking ship; ' ,, , But flowers upon thy grave, Mary,...

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