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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1851

3, VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1851 . nn. j. i. lewis, OFFERS his Profession!!! serviees to the public. Olhce at present, in the Drug Store of Messrs Piece' & Co. Glasgow, Aupi9t I I, 1S61. IR. M. J RK hlilt, WIIL atteml to trie various duties of his pro fession with promptitude and fidelity. (f Otliee at the Glasgow House. Glasgow, August 21, 1SS1. CABD. DOCTORS' VAT70HAN k CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of iWedicine, &.C., ke. Olice next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DEY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hail, Caps, Hard and Qnccnnearr, Xails, $e., WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. J. C. TRl'EFITT & CO., DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Corner of Water and Market street. GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linnetu, linn County, Ho. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness entrusted to his care will receive prompt at...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1851

THE. TIMES BY CLARK H. G&EEH. fl'llIISIIED r.Vr.RY TIIUBSPA Y MORKIXO. Paccori Water Srct, I'p Slnir,- ntrt door to tht Ghugjw Himtc. T B H 8 $2 In Advance ?3 At the End of tho Year, f 1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Katei of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 linos or loss, for the First In sertion, ana v my ueuts tor runspquem ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agent. V. I), PAL.MLH. the American Newspaper Aecnt. is the only authorized Aecnt for this paper in Boston, snr rorK ami I'lnlailclp.'ua ciucs. Favette AN"iu:w J. Hlrndon. Kintsviile W. R. Samvei.,0. H. Bi'RCKiiAm. lilooi.i;ngton Thomas G. Shahp. Linneus Carlos llo.vnrMAN. Cambridge .Ions II. Grove. Chillicotho W. C. Kami-el. Milan Stknikns, Hikes & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 30, 1351. TtRov. J. W. Dunn will preach in the Presbyterian Church in this place, next Sunday at the usual hours. T?Rcv. C. D. Simtsos will preach in this place on the Second Sunday in Novem ber next. Than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 80, 1851. ; 1 World's Exhibition Awards. The New York Tribune lias an article on the Worhl's Exhibition, which closed re cently, which estimates the Mai value of the articles exhibited tit $500,000,000. It thinks that the Crystal Palace will again he erected nt some more roir.oto place than Hydo Tark. In relation to the premiums awarded, the Tribune has the following: The premiums (warded at this exhibition arc bronze medals, of admirable design and workmanship, ci.hmUi'ed to perpetuate the memory of the exhibition, and merit of the successful exhibitors, through ncs. Th y are of two kinds '.he jury medal, awarded by the several juries to the articles of de cided merit exhibited in their respective classes, and the council medals, awarded by the council of Presidents of the several ju ries, on the recommrmlation of those juries respectively to their several sections, by those to the council of presidents, and there approved and ratifie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 80, 1851. From the Cincinnati Time. JS"The following song wai composed by Dr. Benjamin Franklin, during the Revolu tionary War, and was never published. An intimate friend of Dr. Franklin obtained a copy of it, which his family has kept: Free America. ST DR. BENJAMIN rjlASILIS. Tcs s " British Grenadiert: ' That seat of science, Atliens, And likewise ancient Rome Where now is all their glory? You scarce can lind its tomb! Tiicn guard your rights, America, Nor stoop to lawless sway Be free! be free! be free! My brave Amcricn, Forced from a land of tyrants, We crossed the Western lain, And to maintain our liberty, We formed n new domain; No haughty lord or prelate proud, Shall ever here have sway, Be free! be free! be free! My brave America. Proud Albion bowed to Ciesar, And numerous lords before, Tol'icts, to Lanes, to Normans, And many masters more, But, we the brave Americans, Shall never fall a prey Be free! be free! be free! My brav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1851

..J V VOL; 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER C, 1851. NO: 8C THE TIMES BY CLAEK H. GEEEN. PEDLISHF.D EVERT THURSDAY MORNING. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow House. TERMS $2 In Advance 3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Kates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or les9, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Ajrent, is the onlv authorized Aent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Antirew J. IIerndox. Huntsville W. R. Samuel, G. H. Burckhart. Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. Eon. A Great Union Letter from the Henry Clay. Ashland, 3d October, 1851. Gentlemen: I have the honor to ac knowledge the receipt, yesterday, of the address which you transmitted to me, from a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1851. THE TIMES BY CLARK E. GREEN. pi'M isiied every TiiunsnAY sic-iiiiso. OJUt vn W'ulT Slrert, Up Stair, next dour lo the Glmgow llovac. T ISH S 93 La Advance $3 At Hie End of tit Year. 91 In Advance to Club of 20. Bates of Advertising;. 91 per square of 12 lines or less, fur the First I n serlion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. ' Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is tbe only authorized Agent for this paper In Boston, New York ami Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. II KnNnoN. ll.intsville W. 11. Sau'el,G. H. Bcrckhart. Btonming'on Thomas G. SiiAnr. Linnem Cahi.os Hoardmam. Cambridge .Ions H. GnovK. Chillicolhe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hints & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, November 6, 1351. Protracted Meeting. Elders Keep and Williams, commenced a protruded meet ing at the Chariton Biptist church, near this place, last Saturday. It w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1851. President'! Proclamation. We give below, President Fillmore's pro clamation, warning citizens of lite United Blntea not to interfere in the projected revo lution of a portion of Mexico: OFFICIAL. By the President of the United States, A PROCLAMATION. VVhcrcns, thero is reason to believe that n military expedition is about to be fitted out in the United States for tlic purpose of in vading the Mexican Republic with which this country is at prince. And whereat there is reason to apprehend that a portion of tho people of this country, regardless of their duties as good citizens, urc concerned in or may be seduced to take part in the same. And whereas such enterprises tend to de grade the character of the United States in tho opinion of the civilized world, and arc expressly prohibited by law: Now, therefore. I have issued this my proclamation, warning all persons who shall connect themselves with any such cnterpcisc, in violatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1851. LINES -By Bequest. You've ask me for t'tese promised lines, Till I am well ashamed At thinking of my thoughtlessness, And how I shall be blamed For always telling what I'll do, And meaning, too, to do it; But just as often putting off Performing till I rue it. I've thought me, now full many a time, When other duties pressed Die That this 1 would pass by, for once, Until I had addressed me To their performance but I found It would have been for hetter, Had I performed, the first of all, This promise to the letter. Not that you have not been full kind, And generous, to forgive me; But all along, I've had a fear My promise might outlive me. This made me wretched sable clouds Would now and then send o'er me, From which I knew that if I failed, You would at last igmore me. That must not be I could not bear To think that I should ever So far beneath your memory fall. So far your kindness sever, As that to any one who asked You once...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1851

VOL-. 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1851. NO: 37. TV I 1111 TIMES. BY CLARK H. GREEN. PUBLISHED F.VF.RY THURSDAY MORNING. Office on Water Slrcrl, Up Slain, next door to the Glasgow Hovlk. t e a m a $1 In Advance $3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Batei 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. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMLR, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Acent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsvillc W. R. Samuel, G. H. Burckiiart. Bloominirton Thomas G. Sharp. Linncus CAnLos Boardman. Camhridje John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. I)R. J. A. LEWIS, FFERS his Professional services to the public J Ollice at present, in Die Drug Store of Messrs Glasgow, August 14, 1851. DIt. M. J. RICHER, "TTILL attend to the vario...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1851

THE TIMES BY CLAEK H. GBEEN. rrBLimiED evf.ry Thursday mornino. OjHci Waltr Street, Up Stairs, ntxt door to thf Clangom Jiovte. T E R M 8 f3 la Advance $3 At the End of Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertisirg. $1 per square of M lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fiflv Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the onlv authori.efl Agont for this pRper Id Buston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Anvw J. Hkhnik.x. H-intsville W. R. Samuel, G. H. Budckhart. Blooiuingion Thomas G. Sharp. L:n:ieu Cahlos HoAnoMAN. Cambridge John II. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hinf.s & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, November 13, 1851, Rev. C. D. Simpson will preach in Fayette, next Sunday, at the usual hours. Maj . Jas . S . Rollins . The last Columbia Statesman, contains a long letter from the gentleman whose name heads this article, in answer t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1851

" Old Bullion Coming;. The Washington Correspondent of the New York Courier nnd Inquirer, gives Us the following news of Col. Denton. If this writer has been correctly informed tho "old man" will have to be consulted before the marriage takes place between the "Free Sort ers" and "Rottcns." (We use their own terms, and as they christened each other, we suppose they will not be objected to.) We venture to predict, however, that Benton will go for a union, ufter a free use of the knife, and will agree to as liberal a platform es Judge Birch, or Dr. Lowry. The following is the extract: Mr. Benton is drawing toward comple tion the memoirs of his political life. The work will form two lurge octavo volumes, and will consist in a great measure of what its author said, thought, or did during the time he, was a member of the Senate. It will be of some interest as a contribution to our current po'itioal literature, and will be useful as placing in accessible shape, ma" terials for history, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1851. The LaBt Appendix to Yankee Doodle. ! 100,000 Reward. The Lomlon Puuoh thiw admirably hit, off LOOK TO YOUR I REST the stole, contempt with which the EnglUh .Call aV.thc Great Saddle Harness are wont to look upon the productions of this and 1 runk Manufactory. country, while the Yankees are stealing the , mnE undersigned having purchased for cash at a march upon them. A . Y. Observer. Yankee Doodle sent to town His goods for Exhibition Every body ran him down And laughed at his position They thought him all the world behind A gony, muff, or noodle Laugh on good people never mind Says quiet Yankee Doodle, C'k.orti Yankee Doodle, ice. Yankee Doodle had a craft, A rather tidy clipper, And he challenged while they laughed, The Britishers to whip her. Their whole yacht-squadron she outsped, And that on their own water; Of all the lot she went ahead, And they came nowhere artcr. Yankee Doodle, &c. O'er Panama there was a schem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1851

VOL-, 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1851. NO: 38. bl- in of ;en, JUS o igh -ok ore ive lOSt er-ar- the pa- liey veil lit irU ula, ular lht Sar- 9. ara the leu th vata rills. :vr. :t. ioua ivill Irup. iyes, tismj lline ea of lietj reatj : and k or .ill?,, lent )' ' the V. ide. V. ex. T in BY CLARK H. GEEEU. rCDI.ISHEO EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. on Water Street, t M ii, next rfoor 10 fic Glasgow House. TEEMS 93 La Advance S3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Kates 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. Atrtcrizfid Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is thp onlv authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette ANnnr.w J. Herntion. Huntsvillc W. It. Samuel, G. H. Burckhabt. Bloomimrton Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Hoarpman. Cambridge John IF. Grove. Chillicollie W. C. Samuel. M.I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1851

faithful odhcrene to them. I trust that in all our approaching political contests, a rigid adherence to, mid a faithful execution of these measures, will be deemed a cardinal principle with both the grout political par ties. But whilst these measures will in a great degree, quiet present agitation, it is the railroads to which we must look at last ai affording a guurenty of paramount tran quilliy. It is by railroads, that we are to hold the Union together in bonds of fi alernal affection ami reciprocal interest. The time is not far distant when you will be able to travel from St. Joseph, on the Indian fron tier, to Boston, the heart of New England, or from New-Orleans, on the Gulf, to New York on 'lie Atlantic, in the space of three days. JNor, 1 hope, is the day very tar re mote when the costly fabrics of the East In dies and the gold of California will be con veyed from the EI Dorado of the Pacific to St. Louis, the metropolis of the West, in the ihort space of five or six days. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1851. i A From tli Journal of Commerce, toiitlon of the United States Eight of V Search. Wamiinoiok, Nov. 5, 1851. It is understood in diplomatic circles here, that Chevalier Hulsemnnn Itna received a letter from Schwartzenberg, the substance of which he hut communicated to onr Gov ernment, in relation to the proposed visit of Kossuth to this country. Though Clicv- al!n TTilloMnnl le nr. 11 YrM I ! i n x ! I 1 . .1 f Upon the arrival of Kossuth, or, jit least, 1ms ' nmorjr which a e .'"Vi de I. rone-, nt from 20 lo EXTEKSiYE FALL STQrKl 9t'lf),CMMTUlTIII All Bound to he Sold -Profit or no Profit. NOW FOR BARGAIN'S! "'REENABAUMfc HARTII, Fayette, Mo., VT would announce to Uieir Friends and t'ie Public, that they have just received, and have now ready for sale, the largest Stork of Oood ever hrnuclit to Fayette, whit li tlioy arc determined lo "11 a th pliers, tower 11 in any house in tti.H scetnn nf the countiy. Tiieir stock embrac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 November 1851

Inland. Immigration to thc United Statet. A Dublin Ittttr to tha I iin rick Chronicla supplies the follonr ing statistics in reference to the im mii;rRtinn from the former port: "Talking of emigration, it is idle to ask 'Where will it and?' Why it is only beginning. In the LiflVy there are this moment three vessels advertised to s nil this week the Coronet, ( Roche, Brothers,) an ad mirable ship, capable of acooimnoda tine comfortably 300 passengers, the Samuel, (James Aliley) also about 300; and another thy -looking craft, rather the worse for wear, which lias been christened the British Queen, belonging to a third house. Here then thij very week nearly 1,000 people will leave this port alone, di rect for 'the model Republic' But this affords a very imperfect idea of the depopulating drain which is go ing on, and which is fast causing Ire land literally to sink into the bosom of the Atlantic. We have from this port alone, either direct to America, or via, Liverpool, an exodus of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1851

' ' VOL-, 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1851. NO: 39. DR. W. T. IiAMEltOIV, Huntsville, Mo., fFFERS HIS PltOFRSSIONAL SERVICES V to the citizen of Huntsville nnd virimtv. (5? Office over McCanipbcll, Coates it Smith's more rooms. Huntaville, Aug. 4, 1851 tf NOTICE. JOS. A. LEWIS will adjust the unsettled busi noss of tlie late firm of Vauirhan & Lewis. Persons indebted to said firm are requested 10 seme men nucs as eanv as convenient. VAUGHAN & LEWIS. Glasgow, Sept. 4, 1851. Cotton Yarns. &c. JUSTreeeivcdatthe Dig Missouri Cash Store, 1000 pounds Cotton Yarns, 300 lbs. Hatting. D. BRONSON. . Glasgow, Sept. 18, 1851. WIl. J. A. LEWIS, FFERS his Professional services to the public. J Office at present, in the Drug Store o Messrs Aiurees a, 0,0. Glasgow, August 14, 1851. CABD. D OCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of icine, 4tc., &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. Medicine, residence, August 7, 1H.U. F. A. SAVAGE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1851. THE TIMES 11 BY CLARK H. GREEN. iTMMnr.n KVRRV THURSDAY MOItMNO. OJJici on Water Street, Up Stair, ntxt door to the I IBK S $3 In Advance $3 At the End of the Year, tl In Advance to Clubs of 20. Bates of Advertising. II per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. . Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised ARents. T. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the onlv authorized Agent for this paper In Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Anorkw J. Hi-.rndon. Huntsville W. R- Samuel, G. H. Buckhat. Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boarpman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicotlie W. C. Samof.l. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, November 27, 1861. JTJWe will not only take it as an es pecial favor, but shall expect every one in debted to this oflice, to close their accounts between this and the 1st of January n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1851. Mail Service. We see it announced that there it to be an immediate dnily mail from St. Louis to lioonville on both sides of the river, and to be continued on the south tide of the river to Lexington and Rich mond thence a daily mail in effect to Wes ton. But we in the interval between Roche port and Richmond must wo suppose, be content with old abuses, crawfishing, back from bad to worse, till "hope deferred makes the heart sick," and wo cease complaining from sheer despair. Bnmswicker. 'Never give it up so." We the folks of this place, nro going to set ourselves to work to have the daily mail continued to this place, at least. Wo think we can show the 'facts and figures" to bring it. Hotter unite with us, and attempt to procure a daily line to Brunswick, than get "heart sick" the very thing the "opjiosition" desire. If the daily service should terminate at Brunswick, considering the vast amount of mail matter that diverges ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 November 1851

k fi 4v GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1851. We Ear Been Friends Together. 8T MRS. NonTOK. We have been friends together. In sunshine and in shade, Since first beneath Uie chesnut tree, In infancy we played. But coldness dwells within thy heart A cloud is on thy brow; Wc have been friends together Shall a light word part us now ? We have been gay together; We have laughed at little jests; For the fount of hope was gushing Warm and joyous in our breasts. But laughter now hath fled thy lip, And sorrow glooms thy brow; Wc have been gay together Shall a light word part us now? We have been sad together) We have wept with bitter tears, O'er the grass-growngraves where slumber The hopes of early years. The vices that are silent ther e, Should bid thee clear .thy brow; We have been sad together Shall a light word part us now? Give Me A Faithful Heart. SY B. A. BUM, I do not crave bright gems of earth, Nor gold of dazzling hue, But ask for something of more worth A hea...

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