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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 December 1848

GLASGOW 3K'L YT:':T IMES. V i it i:ek;v & smikluy, Volume 9. lilnsgow Weekly TunLiBHF.n F.vr.RY Tiiur.sDAY nv CLARK II. GKEEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. (tjfci,up stairs, next dnnr to Crenshaw's Hotel: Entrance, Water Street. TF.IIMS OF PUBLICATION. Forono year, if paid in advance, If not paid before ihe close of the year, $2 00 3 00 TERMS OF ADVF.HTIRINQ. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for tlie first, and 50 cents for ench subsequent Insertion. Libernl deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise hy the year. job rniNTiNn, Of every description, executed with neatnos and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeps. Neatly executed, knpl constantly on hand, and fur sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS TAPER. 1 V. B. Palmer, Eq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasbow Weekly Times, it his offices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner of Third and Chesnut streets. Baltimore South-E...

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. — 14 December 1848

THE TIMES. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1848. ornci. vp staibs, hixt dooh to crensuaw s HOTEL: SHTSAKC1, WATBB STBEET. NOTICE. In order to lay the President' Message before our readers as early as possible, we shall issue our next paper on Tuesday. Those who have advertisements, or other matter to be inserted, will rleaso hand the same in by Monday evening. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We received this document on Tuesday night, via Hannibal, in an Extra from the office of the Hannibal Journal. It came to hand after the first side of our paper hod been worked off, and is. too lengthy for our inside. We are therefore compelled to lay it over until our next publication. Being the last regular message of Mr Polk, he of course has much to say, in or der that he may leave his administration as well "posted up" as possible, and conse quently it is a very lengthy, as well as la bored papor. After the usual exordium, the President congratulates the country upon our peace ful relations and friendly interc...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 December 1848

lO" Wo havo ha j two or Ihreo eastern mail failures lately. Saturday and Tues days mails camo togoihcr, yesterday about noon. Tlio roads havo been almost im passable, in consequence of tho heavy snow and elect. STOCKHOLDER MEETING. A meeting of the Stockholders of Odd Fellows' Hall & Female Seminary, will be held on Monday, at 1 o'clock, at the usual place of meeting. A full attendance is re quested, as business of importance is to be transacted. lOGcn. Taylor has accepted an invi tation fr 0111 the citizens of Nashville, Tenn essee, to visit them on his way to Washing ton. Ho expects to be there some time be tween 1st and 1 5th February. Hewillso journ also, several days at Cincinnati. 0C7Editors very rarely insert communi cations unaccompanied by the author's name. We refer- "Sol Quandary"' to the "committee" or invite him to a persoa) interview. Gov. Crittenden. The Louisville Jour, nol, after saying that Gov. Crittenden will, in all probability, be offered a scat in Gen. Tay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 December 1848

SEASONS FOR LOVING. BY W. C. BBYAST, Dost thou idly nsk to hear At what gentle seasons Nymphs relent, when lovers near Preo the tenderest reasons? Ah, they g've their faith loo oft To the cureless wooer; Maidens' hearts are always soft,' Would that men's were truer ! Woo the fair one, when around Early birds are singing; When o'er the flagrant ground Early floweis are springing: When iho brookside, bank, nnd grovo, All with blossoms ladon, Shine with beauty, brcaiho of love, Woo the timid maiden. Woo her, when, with rosy blu-h, Summer eve is sinking. When on rills that softly gush, Stars are softly twinkling; When through boughs that knit the bow'r, Moonlight gleams are stealing; Woo her, till the gentle hour Wakes a gentler feeling. Woo her when autumnal dyes Tinge the woody mountain; When the drooping foliage lies, In the half-choked fountain; Lcf the scene that tells how fast Youth is parsing over, Warn her, ere her bloom is past, To secure her Lover. Woo her when the north winds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 December 1848

L'A'SGOW WEEKLY TIMES. "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT T." Jeffm"." i:iitoecn A: ricopieiuToits. Volume V. KLASWOW, IUIStOUKI, THURSDAY, Il ICTIIU It 31, I 8 IS. TV umber IS. ritLSIIHVl'S MUSS AUK. Fellow- Citizens of the Senate and ' House of Representatives: Under the benignant providence of an Almighty God, the representatives of the States and of the people, are again brought together, to deliberate for the public good. Tho gratitude of the nation to the sovc reign Arbiter of all human events, should be commensurate with the boundless bles sings which we enjoy. Peace, plenty and contentment, reign throughout our borders, and our beloved country presents a sub lime moral spectacle to the world. The troubled and unsettled condition of some of the European powers, has had a neces sary tendency to check and embarrass trade and to depress prices throughout all commercial nations; but, notwithstanding these causes, the United States, with their abunda...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 December 1848

were brethren and friends.and shared alike willi each other common toils, dangers and sufferings. Now, when their work is en ded when peace is restored, and they re turn again to their homes put off the ha biliments of war, take their places in so ciety and resume their pursuits in civil life, surely a spirit of harmony and concession, and of equal regard for tho rights of all, and of all sections of the Union, ought to prevail in providing Governments for the acquired Territories the fruits of their common service. The whole people of tho United Statesand of every State, contrib uted to pay the expenses of that war; and it would not be just for any one section to exclude another from all participation in the acquired territory. This would not be in accordance with the just system of Gov ernment which the frame rs of our Consti tution adopted. The question is belioved to be rather ab stract than practical, whether slavery ever cun or would exist in any portion of the acquired territ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 December 1848

That a National Dank, a Protective Ta riff, levied, not to raiae the revenuo needed, but for protection merely; Internal improve ments, and the Distribution of the titles of Public Land, are measures without the warrant of the constitution, would, on the maturest consideration, scem'to be clear. It is remarkable that no one of these mea sures, involving such momentous conso quences, ore authorized by any express grant of power in tho constitution. No one of them is incident to, as being neces sary and proper for the execution of the specific powers granted by the constitu tion. Tho authority under which it has been attempted to justify each of them, is derived from inferences and construction of the constitution, which its letter and its whole object and design do not warrant. Is it to be conceived that such immense powers would have been left by tho fra mersof tho constitution to mere inference and doubtful construction, had it been in tended to confer thetn on the federal gov ernm...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 December 1848

Legal Advertisements. Persons hav ing legal advertisements to be published, should be careful to insert them in a paper which is issued regularly. By the failure of the paper to apper one week, the whole business is rendered illegal, as the statutes re quire such ad vertiscments to inserted the requisite number of weeks, successively.' Administrators particularly, should look to this. , Theodore Paiiker, in a late sermon, said that the grandfathers of many men, who now a days are studying heraldry to get at their patent of nobility, had not even a co il to their arms. ., New Post Offices A new Post Office has been established in St. Clair county, Mo., en route to Fort Scott, called Chalk Jjevcl. Vm. Browing appointed Postmas ter. And another, en route to Clinton, in Henry county, Mo., called Locust Grove, Whitnel Holland, Post Master. Preserving Appi.es. An old farmer informs us that he has long beep, in the hab it of preserving his choice apples, for late use, in plaster. He takes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 December 1848

r. GLASGOW .. WEEKL'Y nA 'rft'- ft '' . ttREEN & SHIRLEY, .... j i . - -ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeftersoit. EDITORS & PROPRIETORS. Volume 0. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMRER 28, 1818. Number 43. TIMES. Glasgow Weekly Times.' fUflMSHBD KVERT THURSDAY TIT CLARK Ii. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. OJJice, tip ilairi, next door to Crenthaw's Hold: Entrance, Water Street. ' ' - ' ;' TET1M 6f PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the close of the year, 3 00 : I 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 others who advertise by the year. tot PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatnes and despatch, on reasonable terms. Justices blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 December 1848

THE TIMES. J 1. JTIo. T ICRS DAY, DECEMBER 23, 1S13. OrriCt, Of STAIKS, KE.TT POOR TO CRENSHAW S flOTEt: ESTB.ANCS, WATER STREET. MB HWWWWPIHIIIilUIiW PORTRAIT OF GEN. TAYLOR. Capt. Cleveland has It: ft at our office a large and correct Dngucroiype likeness of Gen. Taylor. All ' who desire to ice a correot likeness of our next President, are invited to call early, as it will remain id our possession but a short time. Our democratic friends are particu larly invited to call and see this likeness of the old General. They have heard much of him, and can form some conclusions as to the truth or falsity of some things they have heard, even from a careful examina tion of this portrait. The Legislature met on Monday. It will be seen by reference to another col umn, that bur correspondent is on the ground1, armed and equipped for business. The message of Gov. Edwards and the Inaugural Address of Governor King, wi most probably be along to-day. We hope they will not imitate Mr. Folk, as to l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 December 1848

f" To teach a llurse to lie down.Tttt, with ome Roft handkerchief or cloth tic up one fore leg; then with a tticlt tap him on the other and say "ltneel."; Sometimes, by rub bing him him rfn tho head, and patting him on the leg, you will induce him to lie down. It appears that nil horses ore inclined to pbey when you teach them that you will 'not hurt them. Domestic Animals. (ff Notice to the Public. Persons wanting gen uine popular Family Medicines, are advised tu go to Dr. Easterly's Family Medicine Store, corner of Third and Cbcsnut streets, St. Louis, Ko., where tlics can find almost every Popular Family Medi cine that is inaniifacl unil in the United States, wholesale and retail, at the cheapest rates; or call on his agent, Dr. Win. R. Suelson, Fayette, who keeps them for sale. ftZfllead his advertisements in another column. O-Wm. T. Davis, Esq , will deliver a public lecture before the Fayette Lyceum, in the College Chapel, on Saturday Evening, January Gth. MARRIED la Monticell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 December 1848

Tilt SLEEPING WIFE. , Thoa art on my bosom sleeping, Genii, trusting wife of mine; And mine eyes are fondly keeping Love's nnwav'ring watch o'er thine! Hushed shall be my very breath, While thy dear heart slumbeieth. Steepest thou as slept In Eden, Slept in beauty, holy Eve Era her soul with grief was laden Era her bosom could deceive: Wife! may thou thus aver be; Grief and guile unknown to thee. Clasped upon thy gentle bosom, ' Now thy white hands gently rest, Even as leaves around the blossom ; " Of a slomb'ring rose are prest; Blossom of my life thou art Thine, dear love, a rose-bud heart. Round thy neck my arm is wreathing Softly to thy lips I bow; And the perfume of thy breathing Plays upon my bending brow. Gentle wife! that fragrance breathes, From the sweetness of thy soul. w FORGIVENESS. ' The sandal-tree perfumes, when riven, ' The axe that laid it low; Let man who hopes to be fo g'ven, Forgive and bless his foe. The rose its fragrance, to the foot, While crushing it, doth ...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. ..r. J .uiwiiyn. tiwiono jyitriituu, wuujy HVASUN IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffeiisow. Volume 9. TUHMBHFD KVF.BY THURHDAY Br CLARK H. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. Ojice, up itairs, next door to Crenshatc's Hotel: Entrance, Water Street. TERMS or FUIILICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before ihe close of the year, e2 00 3 00 TERMS OF ADVERT1BINO. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the llrst, 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 neatnes and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on baud, and for sale low. agents for this paper. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make 'Collections for the Glasgow Weekly Times, it bis offices in the following cities: ' Philadelphia North-West Corner of Third ...

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

reclaimed, their worse than worthless condition, ihe impracticability of ever selling ihem in their submerged condition, the inconvenience under which the inhabitant labor in pasting from ona section to another and especially in getting their product to market, and above all the effect which o large an amount of swamp land has upon the health of that rrgion and the surrounding country 10 great extent if all these ihings could be properly presented to the attention of Congress, that body could not discharge its duly failhfuliy nd refuse to provide means to improve the south em swamps. This subject of internal improvement ia one of vast importance to our country; hut the sub ject of establishing manufactories is another of equal importance, ann although the two era tn their nature very unlike each other, yet the en. couragement of either would produce a similar effect upon the country; that is, improve the pris tes of the productions of the soil, and diminish the prices of manufacture...

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

meeting was organized, a resolution binding all who participated in the meeting to sup port the nominee! this was strenuously re sisted by Mr; Jones of Cooper, Mr. Sims, and Mr. Speaker Robinson. The latter was. however, finally brought over, having been seized upon in the lobbie, conducted with in the bar, nd compelled to acknowledge the corn, any how. After various substi tutes had been voted down, the resolution of Mr. Jackson was adopted. Mr. Ballou put in nomination John 8. Phelps, of Greene; Mr. Jackson David H. Atchison, of Platte. When Mr. Atchison's name was an nounced, there was such a stamping of feet that Mr. Ballou jumped up and withdrew the name of Pholps before Jackson was fairly seated. It was, take it altogether, one of the greatest farces I ever witnessed. I noticed the author of the "grease spot letter" in attendance, as also, the Editor of Banner. Your Representative looked as if he could not, some how, exactly get the hang of what was going on. CASSIUS. For the ...

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

Hi ' Fall and Winter Cioods. subscribers have received tnd opened t X large and beautiful assortment of Fall and Winter Goods. They now oiler fur sale, on the most reasonable terms, . Blue, black, green and brown Cloths Black, fancy and buckskin Casimeres 15 pieces Sattinetts and Kentucky Jeans " Red and while Flannels 120 pairs negro, Mackinaw and bed Blankets 30 " Blue, drab, brown and Cadet Blan kets, for Overcoats 29 pieces Mouselin de Lane and Cashmeres, various styles and qualities 7 do French Merinos 9 do Alpaca English Merino 1 do Heavy Tweed Casimera 190 do Calico 29 do Ginghams 13 do Vestings, satin and worsted Canton Flannell and Plaid Linsey New style Silk for ladies' dresses Capes, collars, ribbons Thread and lisle lace Edging;), gimps, fringes Shawls, hdkfs, worsted and silk hose 160 pieces 7-8, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 brown cotton 60 do 3-4. 7-8, 4-4, 5 4. 6-4 bleached shirtings and sheetings 100 do 3-4 and 4-4 Omsburgs HATS AND CAPS. 13 doz Fur, Seal, Cloth and Slick Cap! 4...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES t it V' 1 . r IILL. & SHIRLEY, Volume 0. Glasgow Weekly Times. PUBLtfiHKD KVERY THURSDAY I1T CLARK H. GREEN & PAUL SHIRLEY. Off.cs, up stairs, next door to . Crenshaw's Hotel: , ; Entrance, Water Street. IEBMI OF rtJBUCATION. For on year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the close of the year, 3 00 TERMS OF ADVERTIBINO. On square, (12 line or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and thers who advertise hy the year. job printing, Of every description, executed with neatnes and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THI9 PAPER. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow Weekly Times, it bis ofliecs In the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner of Third and Chesnut streis. Baltimore South-...

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

THE TIMES. CLASflOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. 1849. OrriCt, C STA1BS, BEXT DOOE TO CRENSHAW HOTti: TBACE, WATSB8TBEET. NOTICE. (Vi-ftiir friends in Favette and vicinity, who hive job-work or advertising to be done, are res Tjectfully invited to forward the same to this office. We will be ready at all times to execute tbeir work at expeditiously, cheaper, and in better Tvr.F.. than when at Favelte. The mail leaves there every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Orders tor joo-wom, sucn as oiore, norsu, " other Hand-Bills. Blanks, &.e. &c. will be prompt- ly attended to, and forwarded back by the next suge after the one bringing the order. Adver tisements intended for the psper should be sent by Tuesday's mail. Q-Certificates or the puonca tinn of leiral advertisements, left with the Clerks. previous to the term of the court for for wbich tbey are advertised. 04rAll expenses incurred in sending orders, or returning work, will be defrayed by us. (Andrew J. Herndon, Esq. is our ag...

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

LEGISLATIVE NEWS. For eomo reason, wholly ineiplicablo to tie, we foiled to hear from Jefferson by Tuestlay'i mail, through our regular cor respondent. The Jefferson Enquirer of Saturday, givems the proceedings of the Legislature up to Friday afternoon last. The businesi of the Legislature, last week, was not of a verv imnortant nature. Excepting the disscussion on the subject of survey of the St. Joseph and Hannibal nil road, no subject of general importance has been agitated. The House, on Friday afternoon had a considerable debate on a motion to postpone the 2d and 3rd instal ments on the sales of the State Lands, from March to September, 1840 and 1850. The motion was discussed at some length, and adopted, ayes 58, noes 37. The election of Judge of the St. Louis Criminal Court was then gone into. The following gentlemen were put in nomination, and received the otes attached to their names . Mr. Colt . 68 Mr. McAfee 23 Mr. Sharp 16 Mr. Colt having a majority of all the votes cast,...

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

WE SHALL BE HAPPY YET. BY MRS. JABS 6BAT. Fear not, beloved! though clouds may lower, Whilst rainbow visions may melt away, "Faith's holy star has still a power That may the deepest midnight sway. Fear not! I take a prophet's tone, Our love can neither wana or set: , My heart grows strong in lrui Mine Own, We shall be happy yat I What! tho' long anxious years have passed Since this true heart was vowed to thine, There conies, for us, a light at last, ' Whose beam upon our path shall shine, Yet who have loved 'midst doubts and fears, Yet never with one hours regret, There comes a joy to gild our tears We shall be happy yet ! Aye, by the wanderiug birds, that find A home beyond the mountain wave, Though many a wave and atorm combined To bow them to an ocean grave By summer suns that brightly rise, Though erst in mournful tears they set, By all Love's hopeful prophecies We shall be happy yet ! A BEAUTY. 'Twas in the ball room's mazy round, A beauteous form we raw; The sweetness of her ...

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