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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1851

mgtfa VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1851. NO: 25. From the Harrisburg Po. State Journal. Parties and the Compromise. The Democrats claim to bo tho exclusive friends of the Union. Their papers in this state are constantly boasting of the fidelity of the 'Democracy" to the compromise moas urcs of the last Congress. And this absurd claim is set up in the very face of the fact that the disunion movement at the South is confined almost entirely to Democrats, whilst the Whigs to a man have planted them selves upon the broad national platform, and are nobly bailing for the success of the Union and the Compromise candidates. The Dem ocratic papers in the North, with scarcely an exception, takes sides with Gen. Quit man, of Mississippi, and Gov. McDonald, of Georgia, both of whom are anti-Compromise candidates. They prefer Democrats opposed to the Compromise to Democrats who are in favor of that measure, and yet they assume to be the peculiar and exclusive friends of...

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. — 21 August 1851

THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. PUBLISHED F.VEnY THURSDAY MORKINO. Office on Water Street, Up Stain, next iluor to the Glasgow House. T IEH 6 $2 In A'lvance $3 At the End of (tie Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 30. Rates of Advertising. $1 per square pf 12 lines or less, for the First In-t-erlion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Airent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette AwnRi.w J. HtRNnon. Huntsville w. R. Samuel, U. H. UeRiKif aot1. liloomington Thomas O. Sharp. 1 unions- Carlos Hoaupmai. Cambridge Johw H. Grove. Cliiliicotlie W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hikes & Co. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 18?1, OUR NEW DRESS. We present the Times this morning to its numerous patrons anil readers in an entirely New Dress, and on an enlarged sheet. Our type are from the Foundry of Mess, Ladew & Co., of St. Louis, and were cast expre...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1851. Mail Aomt. Mr. Carson, the ncv ila,- nppoiiitcd Mail Agent, is a resident of IV lion county, in this Slnte, and not oflllinois, as has been published. Mr. C. is nn old and highly cstccnicd citizen of this State, and will doubtless fill the oflico in a way entirely satisfactory to the government and people, and creditable to himself. The Palmyra Whig says: Wctake pleasure in announcing that Capl. William Caiiso!?, of this county, has been appointed the Special Agent of the Post Oflico Department for the Slate of Illinois and Missouri. The appointment is a most judicious one. The intelligence and energy of Cnpt. C'irson, his well known integrity 1 and business qualifications, peculiarly fit liim for the discharge of the duties imposed upon him by this appointment. We now have every assurance that the regulation of the mails will be complete and satisfactory. PnorosEO Agricultural Association. From a communication that appeared i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 August 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1851. From Arthur', Home Gazelle. My Father. DY MBS. MARY A. DENSON. I ii ear Uic wave of holy wing, Some strain of Heaven around me lingers And on my heart'i ibratrating string, Thrills the soft touch of holy fingers. Through the still air a whisper float", To my sad soul sweet rapture bringing! And tones, soft as from happy throats Of summer birds, arc near me ringing. Whose presence this? AV'liat angel stands To glad me with its sinless blessing? My father's lips, my father's hands Seem as of old my brow caressing. Dear father! thou art come to oc The star of love within my dwelling, An angel guard to comfort me When earth's dark cares arc o'er me swelling. Like infants round a mother's tomb, My gathered thoughts, last morn and even, Grew melancholy with the gloom That shut my heart from thine in Heaven. But now 1 will believe, blest saint Thy sacred presence near me linger", And that those harp notes low and faint, Arc moved by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1851

3t a a Ik rcx.rj 111 I VJllVJfijiiBllffll. r. 3 VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1851 NO: 26. THE TIMES mmmmm BY CLARK H. GREEN. PUBLISHED EVERV THURSDAY MOHNINU. Oflict on Water Street, Up Stair, wxt dvor tu the Glasgow llouaa. TERMS $2 In Advance $3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 2". s Bates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or leas, for (lie Tirs-t In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMEK, the American Newspaper Agent, is the onlv authorized Asent for this paper in Boston, Xcw York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. Herxdojt. Huntsville W. K. Samuel, G. H. Bt'RCKH art. Bloomington Thomas G. Shahi. Linneus Carlos Hoardmak. Cambridcc John H. Grove. Chillicotlie V. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. From the Drawing Koom Companion. HELEN HEAD, OR THE SCHOOLMASTER'S WEDDING. VB HARRIET S. NATHWAY, A must rural spot was the village of P . S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1851

THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. 1TBI ISIIFD F.VERV THt'RPAY MORNING. Offiee on Water Stmt, Up Slain, nut ilour to thr Glasgow House. TERM 5 $2 In Advance $3 At the End nf the Year. $1 In Advance to Hubs of 21'. Kates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or less, for llie first In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMEK, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Anprf.w J. Hebnpon. Hiintsville W. R. Sami-el,G. H. Burckhart. Hlooinington Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boaroman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicolhe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. 1851. Ij'Rev. Mr. Bebee will preach in the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. M. Camp Meeting. The Camp Meeting commenced at Bethel Camp Ground, near this place, last Friday, is still progressing. and will continue until Sunday,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1851. ed From (lie Now York Tribune. Fire Annihilator. A few days since, we published a coin municatiun from a sliip-owner, showing the great ndviiiilnge to be derived from a univcr nal adoption of thin invention. We confess wc were somewhat incredulous about there being a gas which could instantaneously quench a Hume and yet be inhuled by the hu man lungs wilh safety; but this nmtter seems to be set completely at rest by the following extracts which wc make from London pa pcrs. . The London Times, in describing an ex hibition or demonstration of the practical uses of this invention, by setting fire to a house and immediately extinguishing it with this machine, says: The lecturer instanced the case of terrific eruption which look place Borne years since in the Mediteranean, when an island was thrown up from a depth of 80 fathons. The flames reached a height of three miles, but as soon as a vapor arose, the flames were extinguished o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 August 1851

M1IUUM1W1IJ l 'Jt gill Weep not for the happy Dead. There is a home where mortals rest, Far, far beyond this glittering; sphere Where friend meets f r'eid and ail are Meat Where sorrow never wakes a tea'; Tis where tha weary find r. osc, A pillow for tlie aching head Far, far from earUi and all its woes, O, weep not for the happy deadl Who, who would wish thi m back again, To drain the cup of worldly grief, To tread the path endure the pain, From which they find a sweet relief? Soft be their rest beneath the turf That gently wraps their mouldering clay, Wo would not wish them back to earth, Again to tread life's thorny way. Ah, no! we would not, if we could Dissolve their deep and dreamless sleep, And bid them stand where once they stood, Again to s'rgli, again to weep. But still, the burning tear will start While bending o'er their silent urn, And sorrows shade comes o'er the heart, To think they never can return. Yet, oh! it is a pleasing thought, And one that calms the troubled b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 September 1851

f' won to mroa, MJsmuML, wmmm m mmm, wmMmm VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1851. NO: 27. 1 THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEK. rUDLISHF.n EVERY THURSDAY MORNINfl. Office on Water Stmt, Up Slain, next door to the Glasgow Uovte. TEEMS $2 In Ailvance S3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers.. Authorised Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Afjent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities, Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsville W. R. Samuel, G. H. Burckhart, Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Liuneus Carlos Boardmai. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hikes Ac Co. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1851. f . ' law of Newspapers. The following principles have been Bet tied bythe decisions of the courts, in refer ence to legal res...

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

GLASGOAV WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1851. THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. M-mmiED every Thursday mornino, Ofict on H'lihr Street, Dp fltairt, next door to the Glatgow Houit. T S & M fl i In Advance $3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Club of 20. Batel ef Advertising. $1 per square of 12 linen or loss, for the first Id , sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. ' Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised Agent. V. B. PALMER, tlie American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper ki Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette An'.w J. IIkrnbos. Huntsville W. R. Samuel, G. II. Burckhart. Bloommgton Thomas G. Shart. Linneus Carlos Boarpmas. Cambridge John H. Grove. I'hillicothe W. C. Samuel. Miliin Stephens, Hinks & Co. THTTRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1851. Jot Work. We beg to remind our fr'rcnds that we have made extensive ad ditions to uui Job Offioo, and r now pro pared to attend to all orders promptly. r3Pcrsons indebt...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER '4, 1851. The President's Tour. We Irnrn from the White Sulphur Springs thlttthe President, accompanied by Mr. Sec retary Stuart and some other gentlemen ar rived at that popular and beautiful watering plane on Wednesday evening last. A com mittee of gentlemen from different Southern Stales, met the President the previous even ing some twenty miles from the Springs, and accompanied him thither. His arrival was greeted by the large crowd sojourning at the Springs, as well as by a great many peo ple of the neighboring country, assembled to see him, with the most cordial demonstra tions of respect, and without distinction of parly. lie was addressed on behalf of the assembled citizens in a patriotic and eloquent strain by Mr. Beverly Johnston, and by the Hon. John Barney, to whom the President replied in a brief but happy manner de claring, among other sentiments, that in ad ministering the Government, he knew no North, no South, no Eas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 September 1851

The f hilosopher' Scales. In days of yore as Gothic fable tell, When learning dimly glcaru'd from grated cell, When wild Astrology's distorted eye, Shun'd the fair field's of true philosophy And wand'ring thro' the depths of mental night Sought dark predictions 'mid the worlds of light When curious Alchymy with puzzled brow Attempted things which science laughs at now. Losing the youthful purpose she consults In vain chimeras and unknown results. In those grey times there lived a reverend sago Whose w isdom shed its light on the dark age. A monk he was, immur'd in cloister'd walls Where now the ivy'd ruin crumbling falls: !Tvxs a profound seclusion that he chose; The noisy world disturbed not that repose The (low of murmuring waters day by day, And whistling winds that forced their tardy way Through reverend trees of ages growih, that made Around the pile a deep monastic shadi j The chanted psalm or solitary prayer Such were the sounds that broke the silence there. 'Twas here when h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1851

wra to mma, MmTaia, mwmmi urn mimi !r ' VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1851. NO: 28 mmmmi THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. PCBI.IHHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. Office on Water Slrrcl, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. TERMS $2 In Advance $3 At the End of tlie Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Bate of Advertising. 51 per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. Y. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. IIerndon. Huntsville W. R. Samuel, IS. H. Burckhart. Hloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Poahiiman. Cambridge John H. Grove. C'hillicotlie W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1851. Law of Newspapers. The following principles have been set tled bythe decisions of the courts, in refer ence to legal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1851

THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. nntwn every tMvbjday mohnino. 'Pffiet on Water Street, Up Stair; next door to the utasgovo riouse. -TERMS $2 In Advance $3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertising. 1 per square of 12 line!" or less, for the First In sertion, and Viftv Cent fur subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. , Authorised Agents. V. C TALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this pnpor in Hoston, iew loricano rnuaueipuia ciues. Fayette AsrFW J. Hebndov. Hiintsville W. U. Samuel, O. H. Bcbckiiart Bloomincton Thomas O. Sharp. Liuneus Carlos Hoarpman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothc AV. C. Samvki.. Milan Stephens, Hinf.s Sl Co. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1851. Job Work. We beg to remind our friends th-.it we have made extensive ad. ditions to our Job Office, and are now pre pared to attend to all orders promptly. 2-Persons indebted to tins othee are respectfully and earnestly requested to set tle th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY -MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1851. Our New York Correspondence. " Ni.w York, Aug. 27, 1851. - EniTon or the Timfs: New York hns brcti in a sluto of ferment, ever since the news of ihe execution of the fifty American, at 1 Invunii, readied us. Meetings have been held ill Die Park, every night, and the most intense anxiety is felt and expressed for "News" from the Pearl of the Anliles. In the absence of that, however, the New Or luans Riot is, considering the weather, not no bad; especially as the lust Telegraphic dis patch on the subject, left the Rioters and Po licy Authorities in a situation well calculated, like the last paragraph of a chapter of a sto ry in a Sunday newspaper, to make the reader look out for the denouement, in our "next number," wilh avidity. I believe the last dispatch left two thousand Rioters in front of the jail, demanding "wilh savage shouts and fearful imprecation,; ns the au thors of the Yellow Covered Literature say, the body of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1851

What is a Year. Whit is a year? 'Ti but a wave On Life's dark rolling stream, Which is so quickly pout thut wo Account it but dream, "fis but a single, earnest throb Of time's old iron heart, Which tireless now and strong as w hvn It first with life did start. What is a year? 'tis but a (Urn Of Time's old bra.on wheel! Or but a page upon the bonk Which death mutt shortly seul, l is but a step u on the road Which we mut trav cl o'er, A few ru"re steps and we shall walk Life's vtary road no more. What is a year? 'tis but a breath From Time's old nostrils Mown, As rushing onward o'er the earth, We hear his weary moan. ' l is like a bubble on the wave, Or dew upon the lawn; As radient a? the mists of morn Beneath a summer's sun. What is a year? 'tis but a type Of lift's oft-changing scene: Youth's happy morn comes paily on With hills and valley's green. Next, summer's prime succeed" thesprin: Then autumn, with a tear, Then comes old winter, Death, And all find their level here! The Char...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 September 1851

w 1 twit CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1851. NO: 29. VOL: 12. THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. PUBLISHED EVERY T1IPR9DAY MORNING. Ofiix on Witter Stmt', Up Stnirt, n'xt door to the Glasgow Hoiue. TERMS In A-lvance $: At the End of the $1 In Advance to Clubs o( 20. Year. Batei of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 Hues or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. ' Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMEIt, the American Newspaper Ajrent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsville W. R. Samuel, G. H. Burckhaht. hloomington Thomas G. Sharp. T.inneus Carlos Hoardman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. THE TRANSFORMATION . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1851. Law of Newspapers. The following principles have been set tled bvthe decisions of the courts, in refer ence to legal responsibilities of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 September 1851

THE TIMES BY CLARK II. GREEN. rrm.i'iirD f.vf.rv thvusdav morning. Ofta en Water Street, Vp Stair, next door tn the C'.'attfOKi House. t www a V in Adv-mcc 3 At the End of fie Year. , $1 In Advance to Clubs ol 20. Rates of Advertising. $1 p,T sqnsirc of 12 linos or less, lor the First In siTlinn. and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Affeuts. i V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent lor tins paper in 'Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Kiyeltc Anihiew J. IIkrnoon. lililltsvillc W. H. SvMCI.L.G. H. BCFCKIIABT. Hlootnington Thomas G. Siiahi-. l.inueus Carlos Ho arum an, Cambridge .tons H. Grovc. Cl.illiei.the W. C. S.vmci.l. Milan Stephens, Uines & Co. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1851. TTTT TT i . , TV? , , i in mc ;vi. ij. vnurcii iu iiiid juiux u i u -clock. Saturday, 20th in-t. Auction. Fallcnstoin's great Auction sale is postponed until Saturday morning. 10 o'clock, when it will positively...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 September 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1851. Our New York Correspondence. Nkw York, Sept. 3, 1851. Editor or tub Timks: A few speci mens of riiillips' "Fire Anniliiktors" have been brought to this city, by the lust stenmer from England, and arc now being exhibited in Wull Street. On Friday hist, a trilling experiment was made, by setting on fire a barrel full of shavings and waste paper, the flames of which were instantly extinguished by the "Anniliilntnrs." The experiment was, however, by tin means u fair test of the power of the apparatus. hope to sec it brought into operation, shortly, at a bona fi le fire, by which the true efficacy and Uimost extent of its power will be clearly demonstrated. The Patent KiKht of the 'Annihilalor," for this country, is said to have been secur ed by a company of eminent capitalists, at a cost exceeding a Million of Dollars; and the lion, F.lisha Whittlesey, of the Treasury Department, has been elected President of the associalion. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 September 1851

By request THE SUN-BRIGHT CLIME. Have you heard, hve you heard of that un- bright clime, Undimm'd by orrow, unhurt by time. Where age hath no power o'er the fadeless frame Where the eye is fire, and the heart is name Have you heard of that sun-bright clime? II. A river of water gushes there, 'Mid flowers of beauty strangely fair, And a thousand wings are hovering o'er, The daz'ling wave and the golden shore, That are seen in that sun-bright clime. III. Millions of Forms, all clotli'd in bright, In garments of beauty clear and white They dwell in their own immortal bowers, Mid fadeless hues of countless flowers, That bloom in that sun-bright clime. IV. Ear hath not heard, and eye hath not seen. Their swelling songs and their changeless sheen, Their ensigns are waving and banners unfurl'd, O'er jasper walls and gates of pearl, That are fix'd in that sun-bright clime. V. But far, far away is that sinless clime, Undimm'd by sorrow, unhurt by time. Where amid all things that's fair is gi...

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