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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 June 1851

Wttk iwt AX CLARK II. GREEK: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. ED1TOK fc PKOlMtl ETOIC. Vol nine la. GL4SGOW, MISSOURI THURSDAY, JUKE 13, 1851. K umber 15. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. OJice on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. For una year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 15 00 30 " " 30 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar tor the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. A0ENT3 FOB TUIS PVFEB. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorited Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. ' Huntsvilk W.K, Samuel.G.H.Burckhart. Hloomington ThomasG. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge John H. Grove. ChillicolheVf . C. Samuel. ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 June 1851

THE TIMES ti I. A S liOW, ill o . THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1851. 5UJamc8 Abcrnathy, Esq., cdi lur of i he Paris Mercury, is a candidate far I lie office of Circuit Judge of ilic lit) Judicial Circuit: 12 l Paso This stanch, light-draught and ikcl little craft, under command ol on cKpciiunccd river man, is now run ning ns a packet between this place and St. Louis. Sec odvertiscmcnt. OCPi'iiB Odd Fellows of Hunts villu had an interesting celebration on Tuesday last. Rev. W. G. Caple?, of Hannibal delivered tho Oration, which was an eloquent and glowing commen tary upon the objects and aims of the Institution. The Dinner was served by Messrs. Gopgin &. Rutherford of the Randolph Hotel, and a more tasty or ample repast it has never been our good fortune to discuss. Some sixty members of the fraternity were pres ent. The order is in a flourishing con dition in Randolph, and must continue to flourish, as it is composed of the best citizens of that enterprising and intel lient community. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 June 1851

44 NEW TYPIS-WI3W IIKUSS. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. Cheap as any paper in the West. About die first of August ncil, llio Times will nppoar in on ENTIRELY NEW DRESS, of beautiful jype, which is now being cast, nt tho Foundiy of Ladew & Co., St. Louis, oxprcssly for that purpose. Our now ndvor ; tisiug type will be smaller than that now in use, which will givo more room for reading matter. We prefer to present our readers with o convonionl sized sheet, well filled With the Events ond News of the Day, than to bousl of its size and have its columns Hill' cd with dead advertiscmcuts and Prospectus' of Eastern Maguzines and Papers. TEICJI3 For ono year, if paid in advanco $2 00 If not paid before tho end of the year, 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUB. j Five copies ot the same office, 1 year 83 00 Ten ' " " 13 00 Fifteen " " " " 13 00 Twenty" " " " 20 00 B3"And on extra copy to llio getter up of tho club. C3"iNo club subscriptions received unless payment be made at the lime of ordering the papers....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 June 1851

UNWRITTEN MUSIC. Wi hear iu low and dreamy (one, Like tome tweet angel apell, Among the woooVhaunta wild end lone, Where (he young violets dwell! Wlieie the deep sunsel-fluh had thrown Such glory on (he sen, We linger for its ceaseless moan That worthless ministrelsy! The primal world its echoes woke, When first the ardeut sun: From out (he primal darkness broke, His regal course 10 run; It floated through those lonely skies, Each immemorial hi I, Where now auch countless cities ri.e 1 lie might of human will! Through llippocrene's violet fount The hunting spring rung, To every old Thessnlian mount In storied legends clung, h filled the lone Boelian hills With fubled visions blent, And murmer through the Pythian rills, A meledy unspent! An incense breath upon the wind Fur morning? glorious dower; A fairy spell the heart to bind At noontide' languid hour; A voice the forest child has sought By every glade and stream, But must, at twilight's hour of thought Half shadow and half dream....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 June 1851

a. CLARK II. CSREEN: Volume IS. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Offict on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. S copies 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " ' 15 00 30 ' " ' 30 00 TERMS OF ADVEBT1SIBG. 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. AGENTS FOR TUIS PVPEH. V. B. TALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J . Herndon. Hantsiille W.R, Samuel.G.H.Eurckliart. Bloomington ThomasG. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge John H. Gbove. ChillicotheW , C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. Howard High School, FAYETTE, MO. TIlIE Fourteenth Session of this Institution X. will commence on the first Monday in March, and cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 June 1851

rf safe THE TIMES HL1SQOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1851. FOR SALE. The Type on which this paper is now print rd, conisting of Small Pica, Long Primer and Bourgeois. The whole, or either one of the Founts will be sold at 15 cents per pound. Apply on or before the 10th of August next. A CHEAP PAPER. We beg to call the special attention of our Agents and friends to our Pros pectus, in another column. The low price at which our paper is offered the reduction in postage, and the in creased amount of reading matter our riew typo will give, will make the Times one of the cheapest papers to be had, while we intend it shall be one of the Lett. Examination. The Examination of the scholars of the Female Seminary commences to-day. The patrons of thu Institution and the public, are invi ted to attend. "UNDER WHICH KING." Our neighbor of the Banner affects profound stupidity in reference to an article of ours, under the above cap tion, published on the 5th. Neither the "yankee guessing" of our nei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 June 1851

Howabd High ScnooL. An ex amination of the pupils of Howard High School commence on Monday, and will continue three days. Tues day and VVednejday afternoons, public addresses will be delivered. These ex ercises are always interesting, and well attended. CoMiEsroNDENTS. -The attention of our readers is called to our New York and St. Louis correspondence. We expect to receive letters rcgulalry hereafter, and from our knowledge of the writers, congratulate our readers upon this new and interesting feature t in our paper. Another Rise. The river has been rising very rapidly for the last few days, and is still rising this morning. It is not out of the banks again, but from present appearances soon will be. The Duroc, down last night, reports all the tributaries on the north side of the river, very high. Elders IIopson and Proctor will commence a Protracted Meeting in this place, on the evening of the 27th, inst. Brunswick and the Flood. In our paper of the 5th, we staled that the "town o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 June 1851

T ' Y U AN I NO. Thera'are too little word thai we Uae, Without thinking from whence they came, But if you will list to my mute, The birth place of each 1 will name: The one came from Heaven, to bleaa The other was sent from below: What a aweet little angel ia "Yet!" What a demonlika dwaif is thnc "No!" And 'No has a friend he can bid To aid all his doings so well, In the delicate arch it lies hid That ndorns the bright eye of the belle; Beware of the shadowy Fbowh Which darkens her bright brow of anow, A, bent like a bow to atrike down. Her lip gives you death with a ' No." Out "Yes" has a twin sister sprite 'Tis a Smile you will easily guess, That bheds a mote heavenly light On the doings of dear little "Ye," Increasing the charm of (he lip That is going soma lover to press, Oh sweet is the exquisite smile ' Thst dimples and plays around "Yes.- mi; silent farewell. In silence we parted, for neither cou'.d speak! But the tremulous lip end the fast-fading cheek To both were betrayin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 June 1851

I . t 4 tunes. CLARK GKEEIV: ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. vditok & ri:rKii:Ton. ii- Volume 13. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Offict on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door io the Glasgow House. For one year, if paid in advance, 2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " " " 15 00 J0 30 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar for the first, and 00 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. AGENTS rOB TU1S PVPEB. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is Ae only authorized Agent for this oaDerin the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fundi e Andrew J . Kerndon Iluntsville W.R, Samuel.G.H.Burckhart. Hlonmington ThomasG. bharp. Linneus Carlos Foardman. Cambri 4?e John H.Grovk. Vhillicothe W. C. Samuel. MVan -Stephens, Hines & Co. THE TIMES CLASBOW, ItU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 June 1851

THE TIMES GLASGOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1851. FOi: SALE. Tbe Type on which this paper is now print ed, conisting of Small Pica, Long Primer and Bourgeois. The whole, or either one of the Founts will be sold at 15 cents per pound. Apply on er before the lOih of August next. The Metropolitan The Ban nerThe True Democracy. We find an article in a late number of the Jefferson Cily Metropolitan, which opens as follows: 'Will the Glasgow Times have the good ness to specify wherein we differ (coin the Howard democracy on the slavery question? Some of our political friends in that county, and among them the editor of the Banner, believe that the Allen and Broadhead letters of Mr. Geyer conflict in principle. We have ventured, without the vanity of assum ing to ourselves the province of shapeing the course and conduct of those intelligent friends, to express a different opinion on that parti, cular point, and have therefore said, that we were unwilling (o charge inconsistency where, accord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 June 1851

'.KmimMjr.!Luum InSSKSSSBSSI Female Seminary. An examina tion of the pupils of Glasgow Female Seminary look place Thursday and Friday of last week. The young La dies and Misses allowed themselves quite proficient in the various branches of their studies, while the mode of ex a'minating show no desire on the part of the teachers to screen either them selves or pupils. The next session of the school will commence on the first Monday in September. tC7Hon. Bryan Mullanphy, one of the wealthiest citizens of St. Louis, died very suddenly in that city on the . 14th. He was sevoral years Judge of the Circurt Court of that county, and was Mayor of the city at one time. He left one-third of his entire estate to the city of St. Louis, in trust for the benefit of all poor emigrants and trav ellers coming to St. Louis, with a view of settling in the west. He was of a very eccentric turn of mind, and du. ring the latter part of his life was dis sipated. Improvkmeets. A new Tin shop, a new Boot an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 June 1851

The Morning; Dream. "The superstitious believe (lie dream of the night to be false, and that or the morn in g true." Lour. The f ye of the weeping Had closed in sleeping, And 1 dreamt a blight dream of night; And that tweet dreaming Had ell the seeming Of truth in softer light. I saw ihee, smiling, And light beguiling Beamed soft from that eye of thine; As in a bower, You own'd love's power, And fondly vowed thou wouldsl be mine. The dream deceived me, For I believed thee, In sleep, as in waking hours; But even slumber Few joys could number, While resting in dreamy bowerv For soon, my waking The soft spell breaking, I found fancy false as you; 'Twas darkness round me The night-dream bound me And I knew the dream was then untrue. Again I slumber'd, And woes unnumbered Weighed on my aching heart; The smile had vanished, And I was banished! For aver doomed to part. From sleep I started, All broken hearted, The morn shone as blight as you! The lark's sweet singing My heart's knell ringi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 July 1851

lite t Jk XKK ki:i:: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT". -JfcFFERSON. i:ii roi: t ri:iKii tok. Volume IS. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUULISIIUD EVERY THURSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 cupics 1 ycor in advance, 10 " 30 " " " !) 00 15 00 30 00 TEAMS OF AUVtUriSISU. One square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar tor the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions mado to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. AGENTS rOR THIS PVPER. ' V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, Now York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsvilh W.U.Samucl.G.H.Burckhort. tihwminglon ThomasG. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. CimiriJge--3oiiN H.Guove. ChillicntheV . C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Ilines & Co. NEW TYPE NEW UUSS GLASGO...

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

THE TIMES OLASCiOW, Mo. FOR SALE. Tbe Type on which this paper is now print cj, conisting of Small Pica, Long Primer and Bourgeois. The whole, or either one of the Founts will be sold at 15 cents per pound. Apply on or bo To re the 10th of August next THE TEST. We have sought in a variety of shapes to draw an opinion from (he Banner, as lo its present position on the test question. The Metiopolitan af firms there is "no principle involved" io the (est that it matters not what a man believes as to the power of Con gress over slavery in the territories, so long as he stands on the Baltimore plat form of non-intervention. The Ban ner man discarded (he platform, and would support no one who did not go farther, and deny (he existence of the power. We asked which was right, in the following words: "Does the Metropolitan represent the views of the AntiBenlon Democracy of this county, or is (he position Dr. Lowry, Gen. Clark, end the Editor of the Banner main tained with Buch sleepless zeal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 July 1851

STRAYS POSTED IN JULY, Notice to Clerks. 1 he Stray Noti ces ere published (he First Thursday in each month' No letters taken from the office on which the postage is not pre-paid, end no notices published unless the fees are sent with them. BOON COUNTY. Taken up by Trios. Fletcher, Rockyfork township, a bay mare, 3 years old, hind fret while, snip anil smell star in the forehead, 15 hands high: appraised to $30. By John Barkwell, Rockyfork township, a grey horce, 7 yeais old, 14 bands high: ap. praised to $30, By James J. Winacol, Rockyfork lown ship, a bay horse, 15 hands high, 8 years old, hind feet while, alar in the forehead, saddle spots on his back, gear marks, lame in the left fore leg or shoulder, small bell on, collar of black upper leather: appraised to 45 dollars. By Man L. Nash, Cedar township, a son rel mare, blaze face all the way down, hind legs and feet white, 141 bands high: ap praised to 40 dollars. By R. M. Hill, Rockyfork township, a sorrel horse, 7 yeasr old, Hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 July 1851

Soiiff ol" n S i 11 ish Maiden. The land of my fathers, Biigtit sunny Spain, Would that tlix daughter Were with ihoe tig.iin. Though far (com thy ahoie, Her voice she'll nol srol But sing of thy grandeur, Thrice hnppy Castile. Like a bi id who both wandered Away from her nest, Again 1 will pillow My head on thy breast ; But thou hcar'st me not Between thee and mo Lies many a league Of the billowy sea. No home but one Can be found on the earth. And however humble, 'Tis the plate of one's birth. Ah! may I breathe Thy soft clime again, And lie 'neatli thy sod, My own native Spain. Matrimony. The man must lead a happy life Who's free Irom matrimonial chains. Who is directed by a wife, Is sure to suffer for his pains Adam could find no solid peace, Whan Eva was given for a mate, Until he saw a woman's face, Adam was in a happy state. In all the female face appear, Hypocrocy deceit and pride; Truth, darling of a heart sincere, Ne'ci known in woman to rcsida What tongue is able to unfold, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 July 1851

9 AX CJLAKK II. (iliEEK: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jci i EitsnN. liiiitoic tic ri:orceii:Tos:. Volume IS. ULASUOW, OTISSOITISI, TIII UHIIAV, .11 IO, IN.?!. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. Forono year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUU3. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 ' " " 15 00 30 ' " " U0 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING, Ono square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar tor the lirst, and 00 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. AGENTS FOB THIS PVTEB, V. B. PALMER, tho American Newspaper Agent, is the onhj authorized Acnt fur this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. Ilerndon. llunlsvillc W.U, Sauiucl.U.U.L'urckhart. Iiloominglon ThomasG . Sharp. , . Linncus Caklos Boakdman. Cam'iridge John 11. Grove. Chillkolha W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 July 1851

rHETIMES GLASGOW, Itlo. A CHEAP PAPER. We Leg to call (ho special attention of our Agents and friends to our Pros pectus, in another column. The low price at which our paper is offered tho reduction in postage, and the increased amount of reading matter our new type will give, will make the Times one of the cheapest papers to be had, while wo intend it shall be ono of sho best. Supreme Court. We understand the July Term of the Supreme Court which should have commenced its scs sion at Jefferson City last Monday, has been suffered to elapse, the Judges by arrangement, it is understood failing to appear. It is suggested by a fnenu thai the Judges arc too busy election eering for a re election to their scats, to lose the time to hold court; but wc imagine the true cause is, the present unhealthy condition of the country, and the pro-disposition to Cholera. Several cases occurred at Jefferson, just in time to get abroad 'previous to the meeting of the Court. The citizens of Cooper county...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 July 1851

' foreign Items. England. Tho three Bona of Lord Oldborough liavo been arrested ni Leghorn; clandcsiino materials ond publications having been found on their premise. France Tho deboto on tho amend ment to (ho constitution is progressing in tho Assembly with increased vio lence. General Cnvaignac in the course of a violent speech, declared that ho had made up hu mind to draw the sword in the cause of Louis Napoleon, to prolong his power. A perfect mclcc had taken place in tho Assembly, in consequence of a vio lent speech of Mr. Leon Touch, the minister of tho interior. Gbrmamv. There is but littlo news of importance. Hamburgh is more tranquil, but the dislike to the Austrian troops is increasing. Italy. Advices from Rome state that excutions still continue Two more persons had been shot. The treaty of commerce between the Helvetic confederacy and the Sardinian government, hos been closed, Sub scriptions for a loan authorized by the , Sardinian government, was opened at Turin on the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 July 1851

SADiTir.iYIOKILS. The evening shades como round me With silent decp'ning gloom, I'm tilling sad and lonely Within my darkened room; Mournful thoughts of thee steal o'er me, While tilling thus clone, Thine inioge comet before me So cold so pale and wan. I'm thinking of those long, long days, You lingered hero in pain; And though I'm very lonely now, I ask them not nga!n. -Ah! no, I could not wish thee hero To suffer o'er agoin, Those years of eick'ning toil ond care Those weary months of pain. I'm thinking of the lust sad scene The doting rcono with thee, I'm thinking of that earnest gaza Ye turned in death on mc; Of the weary day that followed That fearful night of gloom; When the sunshino seemed 10 mock inc, Within tho lonely room. I'm hoping soon to join ilice, On that thrice happy shore, Where toil and pain and tonow, And parting nro no more. How learful were the parting On earth with those we love, Without tho hopoof meeting In "Our Father's" homo above. DC7A correspondent of ll...

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