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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 July 1851

CLARK II. GREEXi "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jtntusoii. jrciHTOi: .v ritoricuroir Volumr 12. LlSOW, JIIHSOIHei, TIIIJKSDAY, .11 I.Y 17, lh.ll. JViciuIiri- SO. t i it GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUDLISHLD EVERY TIHJllSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. For ono 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, 9 00 10 " " " 15 00 30 " " " 30 00 TEKUS OF ADVERTISING, One square, (12 lines or less,) Ono Dollar for tlio brat, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertiso by the year. AGENTS FOB THIS PVPER. ' V. B . PALMER, the- American Ncwspnpor Agent, is the only authorized Af.ent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. llerndon. lluntsvillc W.R.Somucl.G.H.Eurckliart. Blonminglon ThomasG . Sharp. Linncus Cahlos Boabdman. Cambridge John H.Gbove. Chill...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 July 1851

THE TIMES TRAGIC OCCURRENCE. The usual quiet and tranquility of our city was interrupted on Saturday evening last, by a melancholy and trog ic occurrence; the circumstances ol which, as near as we can learn, were about os follows: about twilight, a young man, (a stranger and name un known) came to the Glasgow House with a jug of whiskey in his hand, and very drunk, and by his conduct very much annoyed the boarders and guests of the house; Mr. Chiles, its proprietor, endeavored for some time peaceably to induce the man to go off, but without success, and finally Mr. C. struck him one or two blows with a chair which caused him to retreat to the middle of the street, offering some excuse fur his conduct. Mr. C, supposing he would give him no further trouble took a seat in front of his door, when the mln drew a large knife, rushed upon Mr. Chiles, and before any person could interfere, inflicted a fatal wound, in the left side ranging upward to the heart, from the effects Mr. Chiles die...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 July 1851

Wo clip the fallowing account of a and affray from the Iirunswicher of the 12lhinst: Horrible Traokdy. We are told the particular of a most revolting af fair which happened last week in the eastern part of this county. Mr. Hen ry Best, an old citizen, was intoxicated and beating his wife. Ilia son who waa nearly grown and very worthy young man, interfered, when the father attacked him. He struck the old man in self defence with aboard, cutting the scalp nearly off his head, when a youn ger brother (only about twelve years old,) was called on by his father to run his knife into Uia brother. He did 10, literally cutting his abdomen open, and letting out his bowels on the ground. Young Best died the next day. The father was likely to die, and the boy ran away somewhere in the neighbor ho6d with the mark of Cain upon him. O whiskey, tnese aro thy fruits ! Metuodist Church Slit. We learn from the Christian Advocate and Journal that the book agents of the Methodist Episcopal Church, actin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 July 1851

.... ,- Tobacco Juice, and Tobacco Quids. And then, my friends, just think there' nought exceeds The filth that from the chewei's mouth pro. ceeds. Two ounces chewed a day, 'tis said produ ces A half pint of vile tobacco juice, Which if continued five and twenty-years, (As fiora a calculation it appears,) With this foul stuff would near five hogs, heads Gil, Besides old quids a forger parcel still. Nor am I with this calculation done: lie that in time has chewed half a ton A wagon load of that would of course . Sicken a dog, or even kilt a horse, Could he fortee, but ul a single viow, What he was destined in his life to chew, And then the ptoduct of his work survey, He would grow sick, and throw his quid owoy. Or could the lass, ere she had pledged to be His loving wife, tier fuluro prospect see, Could she but know that through his mouth would pass, . In this short iifo, this dirty, lontlisomo mass Would she consent to take his hand for life, And wodded to this filth, liecoino his w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 July 1851

HlHTOi: !fc PROPRIETOR. Vol II ill i 12. (3LASUOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, .ILLY 31, 18.11. .:itnlM r 21. " ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Ojjiu on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. For una year, if paid in advance, 2 00 II not paid before tho 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 tor the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. A OEMS FOR THIS t-VPEB. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the. only authorized Agent for this napennjho cities of Boston, mew York and Philadelphia. ' Fauette Andrew J. Uerndon - Iluntsville W.R, Samuel.G.H.Burckhart. Hinomingloii ThomasG . Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge John II.Gbove. ChillieotheW . C. Samuel. Milan S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 July 1851

THE TIMES SICKNESS-CIIOl.E R Since our last issue our place has -. been visited by cholera, which, with other diseases, peculiar to the season, 1 has rendered it quite sickly, and a num ber of deaths have occurred. Know ing the liability to exaggeration, in the present alarmed state of the public mind, we have taken some trouble to get a list of the deaths that have occur red in the place and immediate, vicinity. as also the disease with which they were afflicted, which we append, 17th, Pb'Mp Kissell, Cholera. x Chiles' Boy, (colored) Perkios ' (neighboihootl) 13th, A black man attached to this office, " . Negro child, (Dr. OLer's.) Whooping Cough 20th, Mrs. Duenkle, , Choleia " Adam Kirlemann, " Mrs. Marth Pugh, Protracted Fever " Mrs. Steel, (neighborhood ) Cholera Zlal, Oeo. a. f itts, . " Dr. Ober's youngest child, Whoop ing cough and teething. 23d, Mrs, Montague s bluck woman wioltra " Daughter of Mr. Ash worth, of Indiana, traveller, Fever This is a heavey mortality, in one wc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 July 1851

Our New York Correspondence. New Yobk. July 9, 1851. Editor of the lmes: Thtteam ihip, Alabama, arrived hero, yesterday morning from Suvanoh, and, about ihe came lime, the Southerner also arrived from Charleston. Ona of ihese steamers brought ua a large supply of peaches the first that have arriv ed in New York this season.' We have had several scorching days. To-day ia the warmest of the season; but there has been comparatively little sickness, this summer. We get a liule scared, how ever, on each arrival of a steamer from Jamaica, where it ia said, the Cholera ia on ibe increase. The English papers continue to aneer at the American contributions to the World's Fair; but occasionally they inadvertently let alip a compliment to some of our contribu tors. . For example, the London correspon. dent of (ha Liverpool Mercury, in one of bis letters, says: Yesterday, as I was sauntering through the American Department, I was aurpiised to observe His Grace the Duke of Wellington, closely sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 July 1851

Ready , Marie Clothing', mid V Dry tood. t IN THE SAME STOCK. - ; Tweedy, Moiilton & riiiupton, IMPORTERS dy JOBBERS, 41 Lroadway, Xeu Vori. INVlTEtheattePtion of Country Merchants JL to their foil and general assortment of . ' i f i r ii , t . n oinjirans rnncy, uomesuc ana rnreign lry ow?tp,whicta they offer for Cosh or Credit, by the piece or package. Our slock is one of the largest offered iu the City, and our as sortment is complete and gcueral in every lepartnipn. , IN THE UPPER STORIES OF OUR EXTENSIVE WAREHOUSE, we offer complto and grneral assortment of REAP V MADE CLOTHIjYG, adapted to the wants - and tastesof every section of the country, the clothing department is tinder the manace- ' nient of our partner in that branch of the business, WILLIAM GARDNER, who is a practical Tailor, and is unrivalled fir his taste and judgment. (KrWe invito the inspection of Countrv Merchants to our Stock, before mak'ng their purchases. t :. Nw Yortt. May 15 tf. icw Arrangement r. s Sad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1851

in . v0 My CLAKK II GREENS "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. Jw A A A. J ft Volume 13. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES FtlDLISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. For one year, if paid in advance, v $2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 8 00 CLOBS, 5 copied 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " ' 15 00 ao " ' 30 00 TERMS OP ADVIBTI8IBO. 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. AOGNTS rOB TH18 FTFEB. V. B . PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paperin the cities of Boston, Mew York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Himtsville W.R, Samuel.G.H.Burckhart. Bloomington ThomasG . Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothe V. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines &, Co. NEW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1851

THE TIMES i. - ... U Ii S O W, ITIo. TOURSDA 851. HEALTH OF OUR I'LACK. ., The health of our place has materi ally improved since. our last issue. - Three deaths have occurred,' tu wit: On the 21ih. Mrs. Uaibara Slicnard. an aged German lad', of c hole fa. On lhe25lli, Mrs. Obei, wife of Dr. A. It. Ober. She originally had chol era, but lingered five or six days, and Iicd of congestion of the brain. On the 27ih, Mrs. Uitich, nn aged 4Z n rm i n lfuNr IfifiTu nrrivnrl liprn nf 1 ever. We think ' we may announce the disappearance of the Cholera. There ure several cases of sickness in town, some of which were originally of a i lioieictic nature, oil of which bid fair to recover. SUPREME JUDGES DECLEN SION OF JUDGE BIRCH. We publish this morning the Card of Judge I'irch, withdrawing from ; lie canvass for the Supreme Lcncli. It will be seen the Judge withdraws in nrdcr that no Anti-Benton votes may be thrown away.. He considers the election of the Anti Benton candidates a matter of grea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1851

i 1 I I THE WORLDS FA IK We have been politely furnished with a letter from London, wrilitn by a gen tleman of this placej from which wo make an extract, giving the writer' impression of the great exhihitionat first-sight. Tfeletter is dated July 1st. "Yesterday I taw the exhibition for tlje first lime. I gave it but a general inspection for the purpose of getting an idea of the lo calities for future guidance, arid of course 1 CBn have no properly formed opinion. 6ut I will give you my general impressions, which I may change to morrow. The Amer icans are all chagrined at the paucity of wares from our country, while there are so many things that might have been sent that are not here. . A considerable portion of the space allotted us is unoccupied. However, there is one advantage peri sons examine much more particularly the ar ticles from the United States, which have elicited as many expressions of admiration and surprise as any other part of the exhi bition. The United Slates ough...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 July 1851

Ready 31 ft tie Clothing and .; Dry floods. . riv - ; . IN THE SAME STOCK.'',.- Tweedy, Men I ton & Plimpton, . ' IMPORTERS 4- JOBBERS, ,' .- 47 Broadway, New Tort. " INVITE the attention of Country Merchants to their full and genoral assortment ot Staple and Fanry, Domestic and Foreign Dry Hoods, which llioy oiler lor Uash or Credit by the piece or package, Our dock is one of the largest offered to the City, and our as- ortmcnt is complete and general id every deportment. ' IN THE UPPER STORIES OF OUR EXTENSIVE WAREHOUSE, we offer a coninlre and irpneral assortment of HEAP T MADE CLOTHING, adapted to the wants and taste s.or every section ut the country the clothing department is under the manage . ment ol our partner in thnt nrnoch of the business, WILLIAM GARDNER, v.ho N - practical Tailor, and is unri'olled for his last and judgment. ' ft5-Wo invite the Inspection of Country Merchants lo our Stock, before mak'ng their purchases. ' N.w York, May 15-tf. IVcw Arrangement. Saddl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1851

CLAKK " ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." JtriunsoN. i:iu ob: v risoriciFroie. EI Volume IS. mugow, mssoimi, Tiuiicsnvv, akjist 7, 1s.11. 'GLASGO W WEEKLY TIM E S I'LUI.HIItU EVEIIV THURSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgoio House. Furone your, if paid in advance, $'2 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CI.UBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 II) " " 15 00 yi) " U0 00 TEKMS OF AD VEBTIS1N Q , 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 wljo advertise by the year. iHESTS FOn TIIJS I'VPE. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is ihe tiyly authorized Agcnl fur this paper in the pities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. F'l'jette Andrew J . Herndon Hants oi lie W.R, Samuel, G. II. Burckhart. HUioniington ThomasO . Sharp. Linneus Caulos Boardman. Gam'iridge John II . G rove. CtiiMir.otlieVf . ;. Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1851

fj THE TIMES ULASGOW, Mo. CAMP MEETING. v A Camp Meeting will commenco at Bethel Camp Ground, six miles east of Glaacow, near the mam road leading to Fayette, on Thursday the 21st of Augutst inst. Health. We have had two cases of cholera since our last, which resuli cd fatally. Last Saturday, a child of Mr. Baier's was taken, and died very suddenly. On Monday night, a negro man in the employment of Mr. Hayden, residing in the vicinity died. We have heard of no new cases since then. There are several cases of sick ness in town, generally arising from a deranged slate of the bowels, but none of them are considered dangerous. There seems to be a pre-disposition to bowel .complaint, all over the country. and aB long as this continues, cases of cholera may be anticipated. ELECTION RETURNS. We append such returns as we have been able to gather. Four of the se ven townships have been heard from, which embrace the bulk of the voles cst. The poll books for Moniteau township had not been rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1851

STRAYS POSTED IN JULY, TO CLERKS. The Strays are published the First Thursday in each month. No letters taken from the office on which the postage is not paid. No notices published unless the fees are sent with them. We keep No Accounts. It is very ea sy to make the change, enclose it in a let ter, and pay the postage and this must be done or the notices will not be published. 0OiVo deviation from the above. We mean what we say. We have no back numbers. LINN COUNTY. Taken up by Clark Banning, Yellow creek township, a sorrel horse, 15 hands eigh, 10 years old hhi spring, left hind foot white half way to hock, white on the right hind Toot, small scar on right hind foot, small star in his forehead and a small snip on his nose, few collar marks, bell tied on with a rope; appiaised to $50. By Robert Smyib, Jackson township, a bay mare, 15 hands high, 5 years old, blind in the near eye, small star in the forehead, near hind foot white above ihe ankle, while spot on heel of right fore foot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 August 1851

THE SUMMER BIRDS. BY AMELIA. Sweet Writs of the sunny hour!", Forever on the. wing I love them as I love the flowers, The sun light end the spring. They come like pleasing memories, In summer's joyous lime, And sing their gushing melodies, As I wouldaing a rhyme. In the green ond quiet places, When the golden sun light fulls, We s't with smiling faces, To list iheir silver calls; And when their holy anthems Come pealing through the air, Our hearts leap forth to meet them, Willi a blessing and a prayer. Amid ihe morning's fragrant dew Amid the mists of even They warble on as if ll.ey drew Their music down from heiivcn. How sweetly sounds ea.li mellow note, Beneath the morn's pale ray, Whon dying zephyrs rise and float, Like lover's sighs, away. Like shadowy spirits seen ot eve, Among the tombs they glide, When sweet pale forms for which we grieve, Lie sleeping side by side; They break with song the solemn li ush, Whore peace reclines her head, And link ilieir joys with mournful thout...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1851

1 imt AX Cf.ARK II. CiREEft't "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffersoh. RDITOIC fc PKOPKICTOIt. Volume 12. GLASKOW, IllSSOlJItl, TIIOtKI VY, AKiiST I I, 1851. Milliliter 3 I. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES ' PUBLISTIUD EVERT THURSDAY. OJJlct on. Water Street, Up Stairt, next door to the Glasgow House. For one your, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid bofore the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 " " " 15 00 ao 30 oo TERMS Or ADVIBT1SIHO. One square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each subsequent Insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. AOENTS FOR THIS PVFEB. Y. B . PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this - paperin the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsville W.R, Samucl.G.H.Burckhart. Bloomington TbomasG. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Camhridge John H. Grove. Chillkot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1851

THE TIMES r i , : rilURSDAYTAUGM CAMP MEETING. A Camp Meeting will commence at ttethel Camv Ground, six miles cast of Glasgow, near the main road leading io Favelte. on Thursday the 21st of August inst. Health of our Place. The health of our place is perfectly restored. We have not had a case of Cholera for the last twelve days, nor is there a serious case of sickness in town. As the re ports of the health of this place, a well as the mortality, have been very greatly exaggerated, we ask of ou cotemporaries to give the above state mcnl in their papers. COL. It. M. STEWART, President of the Hannibal and St Joseph Railroad Company, will address thp riAnnln at the fo owins limes and , - place: Linneus, Saturday, August 16 18 19 21 23 26 Chillicothe, Monday, Utica, Tuesday, Nnvctown, Thursday, Gallatin, Saturday, ' Kingston, Motaday, Platlsburg, Wednesday 27 GLASGOW Fl?MALE SEMINARY. The attention of the public is res pectfully called to the adveniscnicnt of Glasgow Femal.o Seminary, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1851

SUPREME JUDGES. The following is the vote for Supreme Judges, as far as has been re- COUNTIES. St. Louis, Boone, Chariton, Randolph, Cole, Suline, Clay, Marion, Cooper, Lafayette, Ray, Audrain, Franklin, Livingston, Daviess, St. Charles, Monroe, Pike, Montgomery, Warren, Johnson, Lincoln, Howard, Carroll, Perry, Cape Girardeau. Washington, Platte, Andrew, TOTAL. lasgow Ins. Company. BOOKS for additional subscription to the Glasgow Insurance Company are now open for stock, by direction of the Board of Directors, In Glasgow, under the superintendence of W, F. Dunnica and James S. Thompson, at the ofTico of James E. Swinney. At rayotlo, under the superintendence or W. F. Birch and A. Hendricks, at the office of Birch it, Son. At Huntsvilc, under the superintendence of W. R. Sumuel and Jno. McCampbell, at the office of McCampbell, Coates A Smith. At Brunswick, under the superintendence of Isaac Brinker and S. B. Kyle, at the office of West A Kyle, And will remain open until closed by di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 August 1851

: Tr, v 1 TheTpeSter-A Song of V th..Frcss. T' illen on hearing a friend called "tat- tiled for a mert lype Setter . BT MR. t. I. BAT EL .. . a - . fit i : M - mjm " A mere yp fcucr: mi a mpi. .: The world, perchance, may wall teVere; Unknown, uajnoled, one who can j Have nought to hope, end nought ft) fear: Yet, where' the kingly tceptered hand, The brow tlt baare a princely gem, That wiclde 10 well a wide command Whose "mice" may maich a diadem. "4 mere type teller!" Let us aee Who gave the glorious stripes to air, That mark the banner of the free, And bound the stars that glimmer there? Who turned the bolt of Heaven ss'de, And conquered its ctherial fire! Who bade tho lightning harmless glide Along his magio wend of wire? "A mere type tetter!" Search the pasl( The records of each battle field: Who nailed our colors to the mast, And died, because they would not yield? Who taught our hand to strike the blow, Through toil, end danger, end distress, Tint severed England's chain of wo...

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