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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 December 1850

31 M ir o h ill ill u 1 1 . ir i AX CLARK II. GREEN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR V PROPRIETOR. Volume II. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, TniRSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1850. A umber 43. ft GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUBBDAY. Vfict on Water Street, Up Stain, next door to the Glasgow House. TEUUBOF PUBLICATION. Ft r one year, if paid in advance, $3 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 J0 .. .. 15 00 ,! 25 00 25 ' U8 00 y0 ,, ., .. ao 00 TERMSOF AOVEBTISING. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cent foreach subsequent insertion. Liberaldeductionsmade to Merchants and others who advertiseby the year. JOB PRINTING, Of everydescription, executed with neatness and despatch, ou reasonable terms. jostices'blasks and blank deeds. Neatly executed, kept constantly on band, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PATER. . V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is Me on...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 December 1850

THE TIMES U LA S O O W, Mo. THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1850. TO TOETS. - The Glasgow Timet and Oodey's Lady Book, will be given one rear as a premium for the best New Years Apdrbss, fur our carrier, to be furnish ed by (he 25th inst. The Address lo contain from 80 to 100 lines. The pro duc'.ions received will bo submitted to three uninterested persons lo decido as to their merits. Address Editor. TLANK ROADS THE BALL IN MOTION. The Plank Road Meeting yesterday was well attended, and all heartily con curred in the proposed improvements. The various speakors were repeatedly cheered, and the best feeling prevailed. Let the ball be kept rolling. See pro. cccdings in another column. .PiANK Road MebtisoTA public meeting of the citizens of Fayette and vicinity was held last Mondav, at which resolutions, were adopted favor, ing the construction of the roads be twern this place and Fayette and this place and Huntsville; and appointing delegates to attend the meeting held here yesterday. A resolution...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 December 1850

Mail- Faimjmi. We are enjoying t "full tide of successful'' mail failure!. Saturday noeastern moil was received ed at this place. Tuesday, we were favored wilh halfrations: of our ex changes in St. Louie, ilie Intelligencer, of Saturday last, was ilic only paper that reached us. We are at a loss to fix the blame, andean only console ourselves, and our readers, by announ cing, that while the stages fail to bring us our mail matter, we arc pleased to see they are1 well-filled 'with returning California emigrants, whose friends and and families willio doubt rejoice mure titan we grieve. MISSOURI II KM P. The St. Louis Republican has been permitted to make the following ex tract from a letter to a business house in that city, in relation to Missouii Hemp. As will be perceived, the wri ter is a well known dealer in the arti cle, and his suggestions ought to be heeded in thi9 quarter. Erery objec tion urged nguinst Western Hemp ori ginates with those who" ore the grow ers, and have the pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 December 1850

SMILES AND TEARS. ' AtlMILt, FmiU on those who smile on thee; . For (line i rang In on faith to sweet, , A, when (fit heart is full of glea, A look of kindioJ joy 10 intel. The evening star (list thine alone, Can tcarcely through the shado be known; But when her liatera oil atise, . How brilliant are the midnight skies! Weep for ihose who weep Tor thee; For there is nought on earth below Like mingling leers of sympathy For drooping heart of tare and wot. The flower of pleasure rise again, Like blossoms wet with summer rain; And hope teturn to light the eye, L:ke sunshine, when the clouds go by. EPIGRAM. Some say that Susan's breast is steel The lying rascals have forgotten ' That bosoms now have ceased to feel, ton, And why? because they're made of cot The following touching stanza we lately found inscribed on a tombstone in liopkinton: "A wife so true there are but few, And difficult to find; A wife more just, and true to trust, There is not lift behind. t$3p"The most pleasant trip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 December 1850

l011""1, LASOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1830. Wnmbcr 43 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES ' PUBLISHED EVER V THCnsCAV. Ufice on Water Street, Up Stairs, tal door to the Glasgow Home. Fcrone year, if paid in advance, If not paid before the end of the year, ci.vns. 5 copies 1 year in advance, JO ..i. as i. , ;J0 " 2 00 a oo o oo 15 no .- oo " " i!8 00 " " - ao oo ItiKMHOf ADVERTI8IXO . One square, (Inline or less) One Dollar for the 6rst,and 50 cents fo teach subsequent iusertion.. Liberalileductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. ' JOB rKISTlMi, Of everydescription, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. jrHTICKs' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, N'oatly executed, kopl constantly on band, and for sale low. " ' AGENTS I OB Tills t A I Kit . V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only au-horized Agtnt for this paper in the cities of Boston, Now York and Philadelphia, and is duly empowered to take advertisements and subscriptions at me rates as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 December 1850

I THE TIMES $5 Ij A 8 W, Mo. iiuRSDAYTDECrer 1850.' Christmas Dir. Iter. J. Lamis wilt preach in. (he Melhodisl Church, al 11 o'claclt, on Ctiri8lma( Day. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. Uev. Jno. W. Dvmt, of Fayette, will preach in the Presbyterian Church in iliit place, next Sundy Morning nnd Af tcrnooD, at tho usual houri. CHMSTMAS-1 We issue our paper in advance of nur regular day, in order that all con nected with our establishment may be at liberty to enjoy ifee Festivities of the Season, and for a few days forget the dull routine and monotony of business. We tender our subscribers, readers, friends, enemies, "and the rest of man kind," our compliments, well-wishes and defiance, and hope they may an have a " good time," during the approaching holy Jays. CoMMixTtB Meeting, The rnceiiog of the committee appointed at the pub lic meeting held in thia place last week, will take placo on Saturday, the 4th Ju&uary, in this place. MASS MEETING. A Mass Meeting will be ht-M in Fay ette, on the 1s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 December 1850

TOBACCO MANUFAC- We looked through iho new Tobac co Manufactory of our enterprising fellow-citizen, Mr. B. W. Lewis, jester day, and were pleased to find that he ii now ready for business in his new es tablishment, notwithstanding he was burned out on the 8th of September last, l'l.ocnii like, from the ashes of the' old concern, has arisen one of the largest and most complete establish ments, in every department and partic ular wo have seen, or that can bo found in our Slate, The dimensions of the building are 104 by 160 feet, and is conveniently arranged for the different branches of business, into Receiving, Sieming, Bulk ink, Manufacturing and Prizing Rooms. From the ground floor to the roof of the building, it is fifty fect; and so complete and perfect are the arrangements of the establishment, that every foot of this vast space can be advantageously used. The building, exterior and in tenor, is constructed oi tne oest materi al, and the work is executed in the most durable and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 December 1850

. ' I' T '- From the Richmond Whig. .3 - -UNION FOREVER. Perish die hand that would destroy ..' Tht temples of out sirsM PeritJi the heart that hopet for joy In iti consuming fires! Lei not the monster be forgot , Who daret to light lit flame, But curse him with a traitoi't lot, And with a traitor's name. Our fainting hopes refuse to dir. .Our tottering bulwarks stand. And Freedom's bsnner still floats high O'er a united Land! The stare that gem its azuro folds May cease awhile to shine; But tiemble not! The arm that holds The flagstaff, ia divine! , . While the dark raven booVs despair i Aud still our fesra renews, . The noble Eagle, high in eir, His onwajd way pursues, lie dreads not there the tempest's wreath, Though all its thunder's roll; Out soars above the tempest's path, - Exulting, to the goal, r (fg'You have stolen my soul, divine one,' exclaimed Mr. Sickly, to Mrs. Sensible. - "Pardon, me," responded the lady, "I'm not in the habit of picking up small things!" - t3?If you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 January 1851

time i, a itk ii jici;i:: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. Volume 1 1 . ULASttOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAMARV 3, 19.11. IV umber 44. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSflAY. Office on Water Street, Vji Stairs, door lo Ihc (llasgoic House. Kcxt TF.r.Msor PUBLICATION. Ft r one year, if pit id i n advance, If not pa id uefore the cud of the year I'MT.S. 5 copies 1 yea r in advance, 10 2,1 .. .. , $2 00 1 3 00 ft 00 1.3 00 25 00 23 00 yo oo TEI1MSOF ADVEItTIFIKM . One square, (lilincs orloss)One Dollar for tlie Brut, and 50 centsforcach subsequent insertion. Libcralle.biclions made to Merchants and itliers whoadvertiseby the year. JOB PRINTING , ' Of evcry.leseripliun. executed w ith neatness n nil .lospatch, on reasonable terms. jusnnr.s' blanks and blank deep. N'ently executed, kept constantly on hand, nil J for sale low. AHENTS 10K THIS l'Al'KH . V. K. I'ALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 January 1851

THE TIMES GLASGOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1851. . NEW YEAR ADDRESS. The Address of our Carrier wi composed by Mr. William Taylor, of ihii vicinily. We received Four Addresses, which wero submitted to a committee of three gentlemen, to de cide upon their merits, and fitness for the occasion. Mr. Tayloi's produc tion was considered the most appro pi iate, although that of Mr. N. S. was decided to be the best poem, or literary tfl'orl. Mr. Taylou is entitled to the prize, and will please give us his address for the paper and Lady's Book. CITYORDINANCE PLANK ROADS. Pursuant to an Ordinance of the City Council published into day's paper en election is to be held on Saturday. l places specified, ta test the sense of the inhabitants of the city, as to the propriety of taking slock in the propo sed Plank Roads. We suppose no man who has any interest in this place, or who having none, desires to see it g ahead, will oppose the taking of slock. Wo ate of opinion Plank Roods will ion well at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 January 1851

From the BillimoraSun. Waiiiinotoi, Deo. 13, 1850, I rat. Fillmore i Course--Position of Seward. I see there aro all torts of (pecula tions on foul as to the manner in which the President will treat thoso whig who tse disposed to carp at or upsei the compromise measures passed at the last session of Congress. Whether Mr. Fillmore has addressed private tellers or letter which ho did not care to avow publicly, to particular friends of his administration in the city of New Yoili.it of no consequence now that Mr. Fillmore's opinions are on record in his published message. He there plainly expressed his satisfaction with (he measures called the compromise, and avowed his determination, so far as it could be done in a paper of that sort, 10 uphold and maintain them. It would seem to follow as a corrollary, then that those who oppose these measures, or any one of them, cannot be friendly to his administration and as a corollary we may safely assume that those who are not friendly to his ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 January 1851

To you tin worthy Pattona of lh "Time," Your Carrii sends around his usual rhymes. Time' wheel has lurn'd around lh Sun once more And left your Cibsier soma things lo deplore. What future was, has now merg'd in the past, And the Bentonian frvf r' cured el last. Old HowikD Hands the pattern county yet, She, he alone, is free and out of debt; Her Jail's deserted, and her Lawyers diead The lima may coma when they may beg their bread; All will adjust their claims without their aid, And eBth the other helping feel well paid; Hasten the time, so prays the Glasgow Times, Aiid then the Editor will pocket dimes. Our mint drop Senator, of fame renown, Has, sicca my lat, allow'd his faca to frown; His satellites erratic in their way Have dai'd to doubt, tho' Bullion said hie say: So round and round and here and there he's gona To speak for Buncomb, and to laugh to scorn Those who for many years have folio w'd atrait, Now roughly thrust him from the "Treasury gate." On consolation would your Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 January 1851

31 M ir ir IH tmes. AX clakk ii c;iti:i;: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. FDITOK & ritOrRIETOSt. Volume 1 1 . GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY , 18(51. IVmiiher f."5. 111 111 u ir r e ixi GLASGOW WEEK LY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Office on Water Stretl, Up Stdiri, door to the Glasgow House. next . TVRMSor TOBLICATION. Ft rone yen r, if paid in advance, If not paid before the end of the year, CLt'BS. 5copic 1 yearin advance, 10 " 20 " ' 25 " ao " " o nn 3 UU 0 00 15 DO 25 0(1 28 01) SO 00 TERStSOF ADVEIITISINO . One square, ( 12 1 i ncs orli'Si)Ono Poller for tlm first, and 50 cents forcach subsequent insertion. Libera M?J'ictions made to Merchants and others whoadvcrtisebylheyear. JOB PRINTING, Of very lescriptinn, executed with nealuc"! and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES1 BLANKS AND BLAH K DEEDS, . Veatly oxecuted, kapl constantly on hand, and for sale low. MENTf rOB T1IIV P41TS. V. B. r.L".lKit, the American ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 January 1851

CiOVERNOlt'S IN ESS A WE. Gtntkmtn of tht Stnattnni Hons of Rtprttenlalivts: The period has again arrived when (he representatives of the people are re quired to assemble and consult togeth er for the public good. The constitution require! that "the Governor shall, Irom time to lima, give to the General Assembly information relative to the atale of the government, and shall recommend to their consider ation such measures as I e shall deem necessary and expedient." I enter upon the performance of thisdutv with a due sense ot the weight of obligation resting upon me that in Co-operation with you, the people, our common constituents have devolved upon us the important duly, for the lime being, of giving point and direc lion to the destiny of our growing and prosperous State, of developiug us re sources and elevating its character. We have assembled under the most favorable auspices to do good. Enjoy ing the blessings of health throughout our favored land, surrounded with that abundance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 January 1851

sufficient, and other meana ouehl to ba ail ded. Take (he balance or Ilia proceed! or me ouu.uuu acre giant. Hit is believed the people will not annciion thia, atop ita Timber fliatribution, until, by a law, the queation can be directly submitted to them. The friends of education need have no fears for the result. If the content of Concrete be by any thought necessary to be had, it ceo be ooiained. I bough, in my opinion, no such consent ia necessary. When thia and oilier resources shall have been exhausted, in en larging this fund, ihen pass a law submitting the question directly to the people to vote yet additional means, to enable the Slate to put the system in successful operation. I feel authorized to sny, from the success of this ex Diriment in a number of our aisier mii.a tkm the people of Missouri will never dishonor a draft made upon ihem for so noble a pur pose. . The present system for die organization and government of common schools is defets live. Its complication ofte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 January 1851

THE FAVORITE REMEDIES OF THE AGE Celebrated Family Medicines. . O. HENDBRSON, At. Glasgow. . The most valuable remedies ore as fol- twM "The Diarrhira Syrup" far Summer eomplaint, lharrhoea, Hysuntnry, Cholera Morbus, Colic, wind griping, and s'.l simitar disturbances of I lie bowels; cither in adult or childrnn a must imporlaul medicine: 2fetspor bottle. ' " ITnltrm J- U Compound Extract rf Sar saparilla," composed of 8 kinds of Sarsapar illa; yellow dock, wild rherry, dandelion, ptk-kly a-h and those other sulmsnces which iu combination hue been found to prove the most perfect specifics for Impurities of the blood, scrofulous affections, generil wen knee and debility of the system, impaired diges lion and, with llie Liniineut, for Rheumatism. A comparison with any similar preparation will at i nco show the immense soperiority in medical virtue, of thin Sarsaparilla. It is a Medicine, not a leverage. Price 50 cts per bottle. " Tht vr stern coug Syrup" is the favorite and universal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 January 1851

tlitite AX CLARK II. OREEN: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. HDITOR !fc PROPRIETOR. Volume 1 1. CLASWOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JAM Alt V 16, 185l IVumbcr 47 GLASGOW WEEK LY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. VJict on Water Slrtet, Up Stairs, door to the Glasgow House. nert TERMSOF PUBLICATION . Foroneyear.if paid in advance, $2 (10 tf noto aid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 yearinadvonce, 0 00 0 " I") 110 JO " i5 00 ar, as oo no ao oo TERMSOF ADVERHBISli . One square, (l'-2 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and OOcenlsforeachsubsequent insertion. Mberaldeductionsmade to Merchants and others whoadvertisehy the year. JOB PRINTING , yi of every lcscription, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. insTinP.s'nr.ANKS AND BLANK DCID. Gently executed, kept constantly on hand, and Tor salclow. A0ENT8 TOR Till PAPER. V. li. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent Tor this paper ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 January 1851

THE TIMES ULASGO IV, 1TI0. r7Rev. F. A. Savaqk will preach in the College Chapel, at Fayette, next Sundoy. GOVERNOH'S MESSAGE. This document -which seems to give general satisfaction to alf parties, so far as State policy is concernedwas laid before our readers last week, in ad vance of our usual publication day, and in advance of all our cotemporaries. excepting the Jefferson Inquirer. Ii was brought by private conveyance to the Observer, at Boonville, and from there for the Times, l our own expense, thus giving it to our numerous readers several days in advance of its receipt by mail. Trie Columbians. This gifted fam ily of vocalists delighted a portion of our citizens last Saturday evening, with one of their entertaining concerts. They are by far the most talented com pany we have ever heard, and made for themselves a host of friends during their short slay with us, who will give them a warm welcome when next they visit us, which we hope will be soon. COThe steamer Fuyawuy passed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 January 1851

GC7The aiteniion of Consumer! ond Produce it called (o the advertisement of Meiiri. Perry & Bartiiolow, in another column. They have a large alock or Goods, and are in tho market for every thing the country produces. ECTThe "Intelligencer" and the "Re publican" made their appearance the first of the month in enlarged forms and in new dresses. They both pre acnl Tcry handsome appearances, and are alike creditable to their enterpri sing proprietors, their city and the Slate. DfiATM in California.- News con firming the death of John Ilunton, R K. Bohannon, ar.d A. G. Tat urn, all of this county, has hecn received. They all went out last spring. 0We take pleasure in acknowl edging the receipt of tho Daily Metro politan. Mr. Robert Colman was recently appointed Pct Master at New Frank lin, in this county, and declined. lOThe river ia entirely free of ice, rising, with a good stage of water. Boats would find no difficulty in com ing up with full freights. PLANK ROADS. Editors Times ak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 January 1851

..'"VV,S POET0Y. ; DREAMS. Oh, I have hid dreams, I have litd tweet dretms Of childhood bright and sunny houri, When I wandered till day by the sparkling stream, And culled for my mother the gay wild flower. When t wove her a wreath of green wood bine, And twined in it berries and buttercups gay, And I crowntd her pal forehead and she kisted mino; Ah! ?bo, like the flowers has faded away! She ha faded away faded away! I've had bright dreams of the old Elm tree. Beneath whose branches spreading wide, 1 have sported away in childish glee The fleet-winged hours of eventide; 1 have dreamed of the friends once gathered there. To frolic away the livelong day. i'mrnrnrnelled by foar, unwearied by care; Cut they, iike the rest, have faded nvij! They have faded away faded away! I have hod sweet dreams of a fuiry form, That was ever around me there, Of her bird-like voice, with its silvery charm, Flcating away on the evening air; liut alas! for the Hash and the wasting breath! Alas! for thy p...

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