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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 January 1849

'"I ' I X, ,.-,.,.,:.,( . -. .. mf 4 . "H" A'..'.. Ni VNi iy-v- ' - T JUJ-.UJ 1 it ' ,., ' ' 1 1! .1 r Volume J). GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, l- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. . v.e, up stairs, ne.vf door to i'remlmic't Hotel: entrance. Muter Street 1 ' TCr.513 OF rcnLICATIOff. rorono your. It pnid In advance, ' '3 TO . uui pmu oaiure llie cinso (it the year, 3 (l(J ' . TEAMS or AtiVenTIMNO. . . . '' , One square, (13 lines or loss) One Dollar far the "' "u ov coins ror oauli subsequent insertion. : Liberal deduction made to ..Merchants and other who advertise hy the year JOB l'KINTIXtl. Or every description, 'executed wiili ncatnesand despatch, on reasonable terms. t JUSTICES blanks and nr.AKir rmrn Neatly executed, kopl constantly on hand, and ior saia low. , ; . AGENTS FOIl THIS FAl'EB V. B. Palm En, Esq., is authorized to procure 'Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, nd nuke t ollcctions for the Glassov WeeklV Times, t his nfliees in the following cities: .'' '. I'Hir.ADELPiiiA Norlh-Wes...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 January 1849

THE TIMES. I. A8GOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1849. rnci, vr staibs, ssxt doob to cmssiiAw hotel: istsascs, watis stbbet. - NOTICE. - Our friends In Fayette and vicinity, who have job-work or advertising to be done, ire res pectfully Invited to forward the same to this office. We will be ready at til times to execute their work EXPEDITIOUSLY, CHEAPER, Snd in BKTTEB STYLE, - than whea at Fayette. The mail leaves there every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Orders fur Job Work, such as Store, Horso, and other Hand-Bills, Blanks, fee. Sic, will be promptly attended to, and forwarded back by the next stage after the one bringing the order. Advertisements intended for the paper sltouid be sent by Tuesday's mail. -Certificates of the publication of legal adver tements, left with the Clerks previous to the term of the court for which they are advertised. 04yAll expenses (postage) incurred in sending orders, or returning work, will be defrayed by us. O-Andhew J. Herndon, Esq. is our agent,...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 January 1849

in- U. W. S.nith, Esq., will accept our lhanki for a copy of the report of the Supetin. lendent of Common School, and oiher public documents. The amount apportioned among the different counties in January 1847, was 148,579 78; in January, 1848, 456,959 20. The ratio on which tha firii apportionment waa mada, waa 88 cents for each child repurted between tha agea of sis. and twenty yeari; tha ratio of tha tecond, 40 cent to each child between tha tame ages ana extends to all the countiea in the state, ex cept Ca.dw.IK Harrison New Madrid. Shannon. mM-.m ..i.gui, mi me oiner counties 01 the State have organized, in whole or part, and received their quota of the apportionment. The recommendations of the Superintendent, to the Legislature, to devise ways and means to increase the funds, amend the laws, and give life and per manency to the system, should be seriously and promptly considered. The Superintendent well remarka, ' Educa tion is the great lever of modern times;" "edu ate the ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 January 1849

--my MOTHER'S kTsS. " v' I love' lo. hear the music. v , Of a sUler'a careless glee, . i And a brother's kindly voice . Bringeth melody tome. 1 love the gentle preasura -"' Of many a fond caress; " Yet there's one that more than all . . Hath power to oolhe end ties. My infant lip turned eagerly '' To'nieet its soft salute, - -. '. . Giv'n with a trembling earnestness That scol'd the giver's mute. '.. I loved it then unconsciously, And from that hour to this, ' There's nothing on earth so precious As my mother's gentle kiss. ' It was then my richest gurdoon, 5 1 When, some childish lesson o'er, Wiih tha wildly gushing joyousness Thai may visit me no more 7.7 My young heart oveiflowirg . , With (he fulness of this blies, 1 flew to claim the promise Of her proud and hoppy kiss. And when at length giown weary - Of happiness and play, "" 1 sought repose and balmy sleep At close of summer day; Vien my vesper hymn was ovor, ' And my evening prayer was saiJ, And the curtains gather'd carefu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 January 1849

G L ft&m W W E:E K 1 Y " T I M E S. CLARK II. CREEK, "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffersok. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. Volume 0. CLASfiOW, MISSOURI, TimtSUAY, JANUARY 83, 1810. ftninbrr 17. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. IUBL1BHKD EVERY THURSDAY. OJice, up tlairs, next door to Crenshaw' Hotel: ' Enlrattce, Water Street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid before the close of the year, 3 UO TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oneseuare, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and tbers who advertise by 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 law. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. T. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 January 1849

THE TIMES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1849. OrriCE, CP STAIRS. NEXT DOOB TO CIII1H1W I HOTEL! ESTSASCt, WATER STREET. NOTICE. (r Our friends in Fayette and vicinity, who hive job-work or advertising to be done, a re res pectfully invited to forward the same to this oflice. We will be ready at all times to execute their work El EXPF.D1T!0ULY, CHEAPER, and in BETTER STTLE, than whet at Fayette. The mail leaves there every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Orders for Job Work, such as Store. Hore, and other Hand-Bills, Blanks, &c. &c, will be promptly attended to, and forwarded back by the next stage after the one bringing the order. Advertisement intended for the paper should be sent hy Tuesday' i mail. OCertificates of the publication of legal adver tisements, left wiih the Clerks previous to the term of the court fur which they are advertised. Or All expenses (postage) Incurred in sending Orders, or returning work, will be del rayed by us (KtAndrew J. IIerndon, Esq. is our agent a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 January 1849

Niw CouiTERrirr. Th Cincinnati Com mercial or lha 11th Inst, lays; ''An entirety new counterfeit was ' placed incur hands last evening. It. is dangerous one, and may de. ceive even those in the habit of handling much money. It is a One, on the Northern Bank of Kentucky, Lexington Branch, payable to 'Jo l)aviess' the name engraved. The signature Mr. T. Scott ond Jn. Tilford, are also engraved and are striking fao similes of the genuine. The main vignette is a female in a' silling posture, with her hand upon a scroll, inscribed with the words, in very small capitals, 'Northern Bank of Kentucky. The vignettes on the loft represent Washington and Henry Clay, and the one on the right, a female bust. This counterfeit can only be detected by the quality of the paper, which is flimsey, with here and there a red silk fibre. The "Home Journal," published in New Yoik, by Morris & Willis, is one of the very best and handsomest literary sheets in our coun. try. The beginning of the series fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 January 1849

o- THE CONSUMPTIVE. Ym, I am dyiug! Few believe) That to the grave I am so near, For none have aver heard me grieve, Or aeen me shed a single tear. Upon my cheek there lingers still A flush like health's own brilliant light; And sparkling are the eyes that will Close, ere (he Summer, in death's night. None know how Oil the midnight chime Hath rung upon my wakeful ear. Nor how fierce pain hath many a time Brought to my eye the burning tear; No, none can know this; and they deem ' That life to me looks fair and bright; They think I revel in the beam Of youth and hope's enchanting light They think that all the joy and mirth, By me through fancy's glass is seen; They little know how dark this earth-- And yet i'ara only just nineteen. Oh! it is sad, 'tis very sad, To feel, when comes another May, That all thing" will be bright and glad And I lie cold beneath the clay. So young! so very young! and yet To die ere comes another yeai! And will the friends 1 loved forget That once with them I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 February 1849

1 ' ,, GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. ILAKIi II. GICEEiY, - ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS; WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jbffersox. EDITOR & PROPKIirrOR. Volume 9. LASOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, I lilJKI AKV I, 1841). dumber 1H. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. OJlce, up stairs, next door to Crtniham's Holtl: Entrance, Hater Streit. 2 00 a oo THE TIMES. ui.Asr.ow, Mo. METROPOLITAN CHIT CHAT. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, If not paid before the close of the year, TERMS OF AVTKHTlBiau. One square, (12 lines or Ions) One Dollar for tlie first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions mado to Merchants and .1 . ...I. J l.liHlk. .... otners wno "Zt"r From a cttcr 0f our correspondent, in- Of every description, executed with neatnes and (Cn(jetj for ast paper, and letter from ie'P":" rs a blank kekhs, friend. at the Capitol, we make the follow Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and ing extracts beginning with that from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 February 1849

THE TIMES. ( I4 1 S ft O V , JI o . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1849. firrici, VT TA1S, NEXT DOOR to CRENSHAW f HOTIi: ESTEASCE, WATER STREET NOTICE. (gT Our friends in Fayette anil vicinity, who have job-work or advertising to be done, are res pectfully Invited, to forward the same to this office. We will be ready at all times to execute their work as expeditiously, cheater, and in better style, than whca at Favette. The mail leaves there every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdny. Orders fur Job Work, such a Sdre, Horse, and other Hand-Bills, Blanks, 6zc. 4.C., will be promptly attended to, and forwarded back bv the next stage after the one bringing the order. Advertisements intended for the paper should he sent by Tursiay's mail. O-Certificates of the publication of legal adver tisements, left with the Clerks previous to the term of the court for which Ihey are advertised. QrAll expenses (postage) incurred in sending orders, or returning work, will he defrayed by us. O-Andrew J. Hehndon, Eq...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 February 1849

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. edited by mrs. hale os on ace onEENWOon. The February number is already on our tableland a gorgeous number it is I S3 engravings, 84 pages of reading matter, from 54 of the best authors of the age ho Godey is undoubtedly ahead of all com- pelitors, and should be encouraged for his energy and disposition to please. In his book will be found Gems of Art, and Co- lorad Fashion Plates, Work Table for La- dies, Knitting, Netting, and Crochet Work, and paterns for all kinds of Needle Work, Model Cottages, Engravings to improve Health and Beauty, Equestrianism for La dies, Patterns of Caps, Bonnets, &c, An cient Fashions, Cottage Furniture, &c, &c. Novels and Stories, by Miss Leslie and Grace Greenwood, Mrs. Hale and every other male or female writer of any emi nence in the country. For 84 the Lady's Book and Times will J I be sent one year. Persons desiring to make this arrangement will please call soon A sight of the February number will close the trade I...

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

BURIED LOVE. 01 fling that laurel wreath away, And all those gems of art, I want no glad or bright array To cheer my saddened heart; Seek not the wild and deep sea wave For pearls to please ma now, I want but emblems of the grave, But cypress for my brow. 0! cease that wild harp's thrilling tone, . Or break its strings in twain ; My dreams of happiness have flown, I want no gladsome strain ; Then let that harp send forth no mora Its notes of sweet delight, Or let but mournful numbers pour Their music on the night. 0! cease, proud heart, thy beatings wild For one that's dead to thee, Whose love no more can charm or gild The dreams of night for me; Then fling that laurel wreath away And ell those gems of an, I want no glad or bright array To cheer my saddened heart. New York asd the Slavery Question We make the following extract from Gov. crnor Fish's Message to the New York leg rslalure, relative to the territorial slave que?, lion, which will be read with interest com ingasitdoes, f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 February 1849

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. ! CLARK II. GREEN, Volume 0. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rUBMSHED ttERT THURSDAY. Qfiet, up stairs, next door to Crenshaw's Hotel Entrance, Water Street. TERM! or PUBLICATION. for one year, if paid in edtance, If not paid before the close of the year, $2 00 3 00 TERMS OF UI1I1' One square, (12 linca or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and thers who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatnes and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanbs and blanx deeds, Neatly executed, kept constantly on band, and for sale low. AOINTS FOR THIS PAPER. T. B. Palmer, Esq., Is authorised to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow Weeelt Times, st kis offices in the following cities: Piiiladeiphia North-West Corner of Third and Chesnut streets. . , . Baltimore South-East Corner ol Baltimore end Calvert streets. New Yore Tri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 February 1849

THE TIMES. ulasuow, mo. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1849. rrrcs. up stubs, sext doob to criubhaw hotel: estsascs, wateb street. TO BUSINESS MEN. We respectfully cull the attention of business men, who are aware of the benefits of making their business known through the medium of news paper advertising, to the following facts : The HUES has a circulation not exceeded by any pa cer in the State, out of St. Louie: it is located in one of the richest and most populous portions of the Slate; it is permanently established, being now about the close of the ninth volume; it bas been issued Evsnr week, promptly, since itl es lablisbrneot; and our terms are lino. JOB WORK. We are prepared to execute all kinds of Job Work, with promptness, dispatch, and in the best tyle. lorms moderate. NOTICE TO FRIENDS. We will be pleased at all tiroes to hear from our friends, at any of the numerous post offices where the Times isjreceived. Matters of general interest to the com munity, r e-f local character, tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 February 1849

Distbbm in raw Gold Rboion. The Boston Foil received from Mr. J. Parker the fullowing extract oft letter from hii brother at San Francuco. lis itatementt have an air of exaggeration, yet there may be truth in them. The lack of provisions however, will probably be temporary as very large cargoes have gone out A state of distress and suffering prevails here, such as the world probably never be fore saw. People were so eager to get sold that they only thought how to get here. Thousands upon thousands have rushed bare, bringing no provisions with them trusting wholly for their supplies from what could be obtained here. 1 here was none raised here. All rushed to the mines. The sapply brought from abroad is nearly ex hausted, and hundreds have already died, and thousands more will die from starva tion, and by the hand of each other. Sick nest ragts as lamina increases ana men have become demons goaded to insanity by hunger, and, if you have any regard for brother, for Gods sake ship me so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 February 1849

- -JUS' POETRY. TEMFCRANCE 1OB0). The Temperance Sons are earning, The Temperance Sooi aie coming, The Temperance Sona ara coming, With their cold water pledge. Cborua; We ara a band of Freemea, We are a band of Freemen, Wa are a band of Freemen, And we'll aound it through the lend. We bare Alcohol foraaken, And we'll all the land awaken, Stand firmly and unshaken, To tha oold water pledge. Wa are a band of Freemen, &o. Wa will aava your Sisters, Mothsrs, Your Fathera, Sons, and Brolhere, Your neighbors, and all othere, By tha Cold water pledge. We are a band of freemen, &o. Come all ye drunken bruisers, And ye moderate dram ezcusera, Come wine and bitter uaera, Take the cold weter pledge. Wa ara a band of freemen, &q. Coma all ye jolly tillers, Priests, Doctors, Lawyere Stillers, Come jug and bottle fillers, Take the cold water pledge. Wa are a band of freemen, &o. Come all of every nation, Ye men of every station, Throughout this wide creation, Teka the cold water ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 February 1849

GLASGOW WEEK L Y TIMES. ) ! : . . , vmwn xw otu ualimuvvs, yyntan HUAHun LEFT FREE TO COMBA T 7V Jefferson. , -"-- ' ' . .I . - i i ..., . Volume 9. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY Qfict, up tlairt, next door to Crenthaw't Hotel: - . entrance, water street. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For one year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not pid before (lie close of the year, 3 00 TERMS OF ADVERTIBINO. ' One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and thers who advertise by 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 THIS PAPER. T. B. Palmer, Esn,., is authorized to procure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collections for the Glasgow Weekly Times, tt his offices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 February 1849

THE TIMES; GLASGOW, ITIo. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1849. orricB, op staid, sixt oooa to citaintw i hotel: iitiaici, watki stbxet. TO BUSINESS MEN. We respectfully call the attention of business men, who ere aware of the benefits of making their business known through the medium of news paper advertising, to the following facts : The Tikis has a circulation not exceeded by any pa per in the Stare, out rf St. Louie; it is located in one of the richest and most populous portion of the Mate; it is permanently establohed, beinjf now about the close of the ninth volume; it has been issued evert week, promptly, since its es tablishment; and our terms art ha. JOB WORK. We are prepared to execute all kinds of Job Work, with promptness, dispatch, and id the beat tyle. Terms moderate. NOTICE TO FRIENDS. Wo will bo pleased tt all times to hear from our friends, at any of iho numerous poit offices where tho Times is received. Matters of general interest to the com munity, 'or of local character, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 February 1849

From the Cincinnati Commercial. Pkbtty Doutoa Meeting or mi Co tosBD Fkhmh or Columbus From the printed proceeding! of "a largo and en thusiastic meeting of the colored citiaeni of Columbu, held on the 39ih oh., we leara that the original object of the Ameri can Colinization Society, wai to remove the free colored people, and thereby make lave property the more tecure. That there ii no evidence that (hit object hat been chaoged, and the agent of the Society in this State ii regarded "ai our inveterate enemy, poor, contemptible aervile of the atave power a lick spillle for alave hold era and their abeltort," &c: and finally, the meeting Resolved, That we will nevei leave this court try while one of our btetbren groana in alaviah (altera in the United Staid, but will ramain on this aoil and contend for our rights, and those of our enslaved race upon Ihe rostrum in the pulpit in the social circle, and upon the field, if necessary, until liberty to the captive shall be proclaimed th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 February 1849

HOI FOR CALIFORNIA. Ho I for the land Where each atom of Mnd la into dollar reducible; Aa onward you travel, The coarse Mnd of gravel, Alt turns to doubloons In your crucible. With picks, shovels end baskets, And hogsheads for caskets, You open the vaults of Creation; Of the banks (of the rivers) Become the receivers, And place theoa in prompt liquidation. If you die pretty quick The next man grabs your pick, Andne'or thinks of asking'whose was it Then sacking youi gold, Digs pit in the mould And soon makes yeur final deposit. Ah I the gold as it shines In the streams, in the mines, Would make your eyes snap in their sock And (if you don't die) (els, You'll come by and by With plenty of rocks in your pockets. The;chances, 'lis said, Are that cold steel and lead Your affairs may wind up or unsettle; But if one of those twain You should find "in vein," You'll not want the yellower metal. ONLY FIVE MINUTES TO LIVE. The solemn hour will come to every one of us. when we shall have only f...

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