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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1852

J VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1852. NO. 3. n. w. T. DASIBROn Hontavllle, Mo., OFFERS His PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvill. Mtd vicinity. gJjp Once over MeCampboll, f.'oatcs At. Siith, store rooms. rtuntsVlMe, Aug. 4, 1851 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, See., fcc. Office next door to Dr. Ys. rwidenc. Atiirut7, 1831. V. A. SAVAGE. DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY OOODB, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hate, Cuptj Itiirtt and Qtirensware, .Yuil, $r., WATI'.K STHM'.T, GLASGOW, MO. THE J If Tr ( I I II H 1 J ill u BY CLARK H. GREEN. PVILUHKD F.VEBV THURSDAY MORNING. Office on Water Street, Up Stain, next door to tht Glasgow House. T R 8 $2 In Advance $3 At the End of the $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. Year. Batea of Advertising. fl per square of l(ines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. B. Authorized Ascents. PALM...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1852

THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. rtmt.ixiiKD r.vrRV tHOSSDAV jiohnino. Office oh Water Street, t'i Ntnirt, mil door to thi Giuirute Home. TERMS Advance $3 At the Rod "f tlic $1 In Advance lo Clubs ol 111. : l Year 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 Ncwspapei Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in noston, rvew York ami rniieaeipnia cities. Fayette Anobf.w J. Hkrntwin. Huntsville W. R. Samc tt,0. H. Bubckh aht Dloomington Thomas G. SiIAnr. Linneus Carlos Uoarpman. Cambridge John H. Grove. CliillKothe W. C. Samvkl. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. r0R PRE9IPF.NT MILLAUD FILLMORE, Of New York. FOR VICE PRES1DKNT JOUN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, March 18, 1852. WHIG MEETING. A ueneral nieetin" of the Vhiirs of Howard will be held in Fayette, on the FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1852

1 V i Whig Meeting in Linn County. Tim Whigs opLinn county held n meet ing on the 1st inst., Judge W. B. Wooilrnfl' presiding, nnd V. 0 UOOOh acting as Sec retary. The object ot the meeting having hecn explained by Jacob Smith Esq., the following persons were appointed a commit tee to report resolutions, viz: Jacob Smith, Thornton T. Easley, Thomas McClanahan, Samuel Thorn and Esom Hannn, who report ed the following, wliioh was unanimously adopted Wiir.ur.AS, Important elections, Statu and National, are to be held during this year, and whereas the time has arrived when it becomes necessary for the Whig party of Missouri to prepare for the contest; the Whigs of Linn county in convention assembled, desirous of doing their v. hole duty to themselves and to their country and wishing to give expression to their views and sentimens on this occasion, therefore Resolve I, That we have an abiding confi dence in the administration of President Fillmore, and that the manner in which he has con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 March 1852

0r& MOTHER IN HEAVEN ,iv for Hie loved iunl the lost, I or our anprl-mollier in Heaven ! Our light ami our joy while she lAfried on rarthj Wo mourn her-OUT heart liatli ben r'urn. ! 1 i Ua) 9 thai J Wo a2e uu her fireside seat, Wo list for hor mutioal voire. And wo fondly recall the sweet aro past, when Iter prenwee bimIc all ioJcc lt ails re-1 Tlie light ol her loveapeuking eye. Which illumed with the brightness ul yore. No more hnd its sunshine of joy in our midst: Ami hor loved form, tvcgreul ii no utori'i B it lo r image ii lives wilhusjrelj Her Coioe in suit eohona still uuur: Vnd u thou-iiinil sweet niemorir. embalmed in our In-art. That imago o oherihwl reMores. And thotlgh liuslieii batboae aueftnts ollove Our nharm through HfVs tangled mote, ho wealth of eta counted s, mure pree loui than gold. Still lingers to light up our days. Ami those prr which hallowed our homo Vet fling their swot Like the fountain of ever swelling. Hold us still in swool enthral. Dear mother in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1852

O- CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1852. VOL. 13. NO. 4 im. w. T. DAMfiROJf Huntsville, Mc. OFFERS ii is PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens nf Httntsvtth and vicinity. IW 0! over McCampbell, Coates .t Smith, tore room. Ituntsrilk, Aug. 4, i:i if CARD. nOf'TOIlS" VACOHAN & CAMPBELL, have assoetatsd tlwro-elves la the precticeof Medicine, fee., kt. Once next door to Dr. V's. residence. August 7. 1801. THE TTMT7Q I J M U U , BY CLARK H. GREEN. FVSMsiieo rvr.nv thwhsoay mornikc;. OJficr jn Water Strrit. Vp Stair, next door to the GlfftffOIS House. TEEMS '. $2 In Advance--43 At the End of the $1 In Advance lo Clubs of 10. Year. F A. SAVAGE. DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Rate, of Advertising. DRY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES, $ per square of IS lines or less, for the First In- llali. Capi, Hint and Qve,uware, iVattt, Ac. ! sertion, and nny ccnisior snnsequcm ones. WATER STM.I.T. QLASOOW, NO. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. 1MIII.IP IIAIKR. iteairr in l'nmiiv Groce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1852

T II I- TMJKX 1 II u ,1 1 'l ij ' i BY CLARK H. GREEN. realism o rvrnv thcbspav moknim:. OJi.v on Unf.- Street, I'p Stair, nrxt door to thr (ilatgaw ffoute. TEEM I Advance $3 At the Bltd of the $t In Adwnceto Club of 10. $i Ir. Yonr. Rates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or less, for the Ftftl In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones, Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertiser-. Authorized Agent. V. B. PALMER, (lie America?) Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper uBoton, New York and Philadelphia cities. Payette Anpkf.w J. Herndon, H'intsville W. li. Samcii...;. H. HrRcKHART. Bloominiiton--TitoMAS (i. Sii.wir. Linsjfeus Camoi Bo.vrdmas. Cambridire John H. tiiiovr. Chillleotne W. C. Svmcei. Milan Stephens, Hinks & Co. FOB FRESI PENT MILL A R D F ILLMORE, Of New York. FOR trtCI PRFS1PF.NT JOHN J, CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, March 25, 1852. WHIG MEETING. A general meeting of the Whigs, P TT i .. -it i. 1 ...1.1 :.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1852

GLASGOW "WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25. 1852. Df" Yesterday's mail brought uj a Re publican of the 1 1 tli, and the Intelligencer of the 20th! when wc should have had both papers of the 22d. The Clipper, No. 2. We are indebted to Capt. Lynn, of the i , pi't-r No. 2, up last night, forlnto.papcrs. Sin is very decidedly otic of the most ex tensive rrafts in our river. Wc will refer tn her again, when we have more time and mem. The Clipper No 2. up last night, and tli" Kansas, this morning, were both crowd ed with passengers, chiefly emigrants for Oregon anil California. Missornt Laxd Bill. It will be seen ley our telegraphic dispatches, that this im portant bill has been ordered to be engrossed in the Senate. r.tsmoNs. The -'Bloomer Fashion" hav iog been decided out of order, the Ladies have got up another innovation on the. "Lords of creation." As they eould'nt get the pants, they have gone to the oilier extreme, and now wear coats and vests, disguised under -onic outlandi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 March 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1852. roMiMi i D i rom first pace. York, tin not the experience of the last ten j vcur . -rilied and sustained what was suid By this distinguished man ol your Slate more - than twenty vears ago'r" Anil will you, with the experience of the past hefore your eye w lien WO come to vou lofh pittance like this ; will you say that these railroads mid i means of communications shull not cross the MississioDi river? Bull will lass on to another branch of I this snbject, and notice another objection : "e steam-engine, and happy us arc its influ whieh has been made hv irentlciiieii who clues socially and politically, and however irld a reluctant support to these grants. - freel its tendency to strengthen the bonds The objection it this; Tiic Government of of our I'nion. another, if not greater discov thc United States, it is said, is not a propie- e.ists, of more recent dutc, w hich pro tor holding the soil and obtaining enhanced niotes fratern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 April 1852

mmm to nutigal MttLTiML mmmmi m ussa wnummi, 9 VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1852. no. :. mi. w. T. DAMERON Huntivlllo, Mo., OFFERS His PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Huiitavllli and vicinity. iXJr Office over McCampbell, Coates &. Smith, store rooms. rfaritsvTnV, Aug. 4, iK3i if CARD. I DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL. ) have associated themselves in the practice of Medlelne, fee,, Jtc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. AogttstT, 1 H.r l . V. A. sav k.i:. DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES. Hat, ('aim. Hunt ami QMMMWNV, Xaib, flrr. . WArr.B stiu.it, OtJMRMtWj MO. rmi.ir 11.111:11. IH-iUt-r in Fniiilly Groceries, Wines, I.iiliiors.'Clgurs. ItC. Water Street, (Hasjvu: Missouri. Kf'.l'.PS constantly on hand eaeneral assortment ; of Goods in hf line, to which Uic attention of the public is respectfully called. April 10. I8SL S. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at law, Llnneua, Linn County, Mo. eontlnue the praxtice of the Law, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 April 1852

T I T "P T I II 17 0 ; N II H I 1 1 X XJ X 111. XJ KJ I BY CLARK H. GREEN. FUtlt.ISIIFti KVEKY THURSPAV MORNING. Vjficr a H'lUr Slretl, l'p W.iir. titzt door to the WttttOlt House. T E R M 8 Advance ?3 At the Bnl or the Year. $1 In A4vai.cc to Club of 10. $2 In Rates of Advertising. $1 pc-square of 12 lines or less. Cur thfl Firt In sertion, and Fifty Cents tor subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. An honied Aeoats. I, PALMER, tlie American Newspaper Acent, is the only authorized Ageut tor this paper in Boston. New York and Philadelphia cities. Favette ANOMW J. HsMtDON. Huntsvitle W. R. 8AMCt,0. H. Hi rokhart. Bloominirton Thomas G. Siiasf. Linneus Carlos Boardmas. Cambridje Jon II. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephen-". HlNM & Co. eor president MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New Y'ork. EOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITDF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, April 1, 1852. WHIG MEETING. A "eneral Ripeting ol the W hiffS of Hmv;ml will l.o held i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 April 1852

GLASQOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1852. New Store New Goods. Messrs. Bihmi & Son, will have tlieir Now Eatlgffl Goods rendy for inspection and snip, next Monday. 5th inst. They arc also prepre'd to transact all Banking business, pursuant to advertisement in another column. Hemp.--This irtlcle is quoted in the Si. Louis pupers of last Saturday, ul I'roin $(() tn s7,r) per ton. Tuhocco at In in $J.5l to J7 ier liim slreil. acvuriliiig lo (jnalilx . ruling I ron, ci.ni inon to line inutiiil'iielitriiir;. Or1 Da. W. S. Pot is, an eminent Pres byterian Divine, md a most estimable man. died in St, Lou!, last Sunday. ifr The two feetfpni of the democracy, In St. Louis, hud u "general muss-' on Sat urday evening, Cok rils, whiskers, liats, ye, noses, i.nd oeeasioniitTj' a hi ad. siifTcr ul. TJie Aniii s lniighi 'iUe Turks, hut the lli'titonites wi it ino r.iinicrciis. 2 f Mil. Dabbv, M. C. from St. Louis,' reached home on Saturday, Our dates I'rom Washington are lo (lie 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1852. FLIRTING. li, could I recall the days of yore, 1 would flirt '. lb neveiniore I" Oh( could I bill recall the hoUtl, The hours It) Blrtltog passed. The Mad joy i like lununcr flower":. Too fair and frail to last CoUid I fiMVOt tin- smiles, the tears. The whispers uiid the sighs. The ghosts oi'lioties. the shades of fears, Thar oft to mem iv rise; And flee from ihem us flees the. I.ird. To some far distant shore. I do helieve, upon my word. That I w ould flirt no more, t d ii my choice forever, or. I'd live a "cruty bachelor. ' For 1 am sick of valentines. Of love-knots atid boqucts. Oi albums, and their tender line. So prized in other day: I find, alas . 'tis folly now, As oik :0 I did, tu talk III rapture of a m.irble blow. That, possibly, is chalk. I've found that sentiments a f in e. To alt but lovers green, That angels after all arc scarce. Their visits far between. I'rom years' experience I find, Thin flirting but a bole-. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 April 1852

VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1852- NO. (j. DR. W . t. DAMERON HunUvllU, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvill, nml vicinity, ijy Office over McCampbell, Cottss k Smith, More rooms. lluutsvillc, Aug. 4, IS51 tf CARD. VAl'GHAN" i vot'ions mJ have associated themselves in the practice of & CAMPBELL. Medicine, Ac., Ac. residence. Office next door to Dr. 's. August 7, 1851 V. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hals, Caps, Hard and Queenswarr, 8Mb, fie., WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. m iTi 1 miff v a 1 u u J 1 1 IT BY CLARK H. GREEN I'l RIISHKD EVERY THI'RSPAY MORNING. OJRce on ll'ater Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow Home, n In T E R M 8 Advance $3 At the End of the $1 In Advance tn Clubs of 10. ear. PHILIP RAir.R. IHaler in Family (irocertes, Wine. Uquor,ICig;arB, fcc. H'attr Street, Glasgow, Missouri. v ELPS constantly on nana a general avroriincni IV of Goods in his line, to which the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 April 1852

TTTF, TTMF.S I BY CLARK H GREEN. rrimntc ivirv tih rhpav moaning. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door fo the (."; frtUM. T B V 8 Adrtt.ce $3 At the End of the $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. 2 In Year. RiUra of Advertising. $1 nersnuir f 1? lines or less, lor the lirst In- sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Antr.ori7.ed Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American NeWtPtBi r Agent, ia the only authomcd Agent for this paper Fayette Asnniw S. Hersiwh. Hu'ntsville W. R. lalHm, O. H, Bcrckhart Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Linneua Carlo9 Boarpmaw. Cambridee John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stetheks, Hists . Co. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. TOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, April 8, 1852. Job Work and Advertising. We beg to remind our friends that Job Work and Advertising arc always done at Cash Rates: Consequently we cannot j offord to wait a vcar for the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1852. POSTSCRIPT. Thi'b8iay Morning, 10 oVlock. The steamer Yuba is just up. We are indebted to the Cnpt&lt) for the following ev tra, from the Boonvlllo Observer office, da ted Tuesday, 6lh: Telegraphed especially for the Boonville Observer- GREAT RIOT IN ST. LOUIS!!! Great Riot in First Wa-d Several lives lost The office of ths Anzeigcr mobbed Military called out Young man named Stevenson, of St. Louis Fire Company, killed Neicrmeycr's house on 7th Park Avenue burned by the riot Artillery called out and taken possession of by the mob A delegation of 250 Germans gone over in Illinois The press and fixtures of the "Anieiger" had been previously removed. 5 o'clock, r. m. Ned Buntline bad a horse killed under him he acted like a man fired 7 times, and each ball took effect. Bob O'lilennis was conspicuous in the fight. Sr. Lovtl, April 6, 9, a. m. Report of the riot is confused yet. Some Germans and three Americans killed. Three hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 April 1852

'NOTE THE BRIGHT HOURS ONLY. A lesson in itself sublime, A lesson worth enslirmmii. Is this "I take no liceii ol time Save when the sun is shining." These motto-words a dial bote Ytid w isdom never tenches To human hearts a better love Than this short HMtoBM teaches. At life, is sometimes bright and fair, And sometimes dark and lonely. Let lis forgot its pain and t are. And note its bright hours only. There fcl no grove on earth's broad eharl Hat has some bird to cheer it; So hope sings on, in every hear!. Although we may not liMT U( And if to-day the heavy wing , Of sorrow is oppressing. Peschance to morrow's sun w ill bring The weary heart a blessing. For lifejis sometimes blight and fair, And sometimes dark and lonely ; 1. t u forgot its tail and care, And note its bright hours only. We bid the joyous moinenls haste, And then forget their glitter We take the cup of life, and taste No portion but the bitter : Hut we should teach our hearts lo deem Its sw eetest drops the strongest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 April 1852

llL9 VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15. 1S52. NO. 7 nn. w. t. n.tnr.ito Huntsyille, Ho., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL. SERVICES to tlie citiicusof HuntsVllu and vicinity. (55?" office over MeCtmpbell, Goatts h. Smith, store rooms. Hutitsville, Aug. 4, 1851 tf CARD TMJCTOK9- VACOHAN CAMPBELL, J have associated themselves in the practice of I Medicine, &c, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. I rsidencc. August 7, 1851. F. . SAV AUK, DEALER IS FOREIGN' AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. SOOTS AND SHOES, Hat), Caps, Hard and Quccmware, Xaili, lie., WATER STPELT. GLASGOW, MO. I'll H.I I' BAUER, Dealer in Family lirnreries. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c. WaUr Street, Glasgow, Mixouri. A EEP8 constantly on hand a general assortment .IV of (ioods in his line, to which the attention of the public is respectfully called. Aprtl 10, 1851. a. CAKLOS BOAKDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneus, Lion County, Mo. II I 1 11 1 ii i l ill ft a BY CLARK H. GREEN. rrjuLisiiEn every THOMBAV mobsino. Offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1852. THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. rciuHEr vuv THVUBAV mosnimo. OJiee Water Set, Up Stairs, iwit door to the Ulatgvu- futJt. T IBM 8 12 In Advance S3 At the End cf the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. BUs Of Ave-f.'. ng $1 pr square of 12 lines or leas, tor the First In . and Fifty Cents for HIDSfquCnt ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised Agonti. V. It, PALMER, the American Wewsespei Ayent, is tlie onlv authorizd Agent for thi paper la Boston, New i oric ami rniiwHipuia tiuw Vivattn Ancrnrw 1. Hekndon. Hn'ntsville W. H. S.'.mi r.i,G. U. Bvrciiast. Bloomington Thomas Q. Sha. Linneus Csrlps Boabdman. Cambridge John H. Gkove. Chillicothe W. C. 8Mt St, Mllsn nrTrnirrfi Btxu & Co. for MBMMMT MILLARD FILLMORE. Of New York. - ron vim mrsiprsT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, April 15, 1852. The Whig State Convention Meets in St. Louis next Monday. V I shall try to eivc the rcMi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 April 1852

rrrrr. a-rjaar 'iliii'j, fi. .'asrc GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1852. 4 JUf'Tm: EvSTtnx Mail fni!t;il to bring us any S;. Louis papers yestcrdr-y. T! if is Uio casi about Bifcfy other dny, rivi the faull is with llie publishers' or postmasters. It is loo provoking, these repealed failures, when Uiey assuredly nrise from careless ness. JjGto. C. Bingham was in town last week with his great painting, "The Village Election," embracing some 45 faces. It is one of the best designs we ever looked upon. Democratic Convention. We take the following from the telegraph ic reports of the Republican, which shows the bye-play of the harmonious democracy: Mr. Doxey. of Chariton, (Benton,) offer ed a resolution, authorizing the appointment by the Chair, of a committee of fifteen, who should report the names of candidates. This was the turning point. The Antict wiih the committee to be appointed; the Ben tonites opposing, and wish the nomination to be made by the full Conventi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 15 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1852. THE PRINTER BOY. WOBOT IIT JESSE lU'Tcmsov. WriUox for the AtLMfl AN t AM a nd J ung by them at the Printer's Festival. I'll sine you a sontr oC n Printer Hoy Whose bright an.l honored nauic Stands out in glowing capitals, Upon the Scroll of fame Who in the days that tried men's souls. In freedoms darkest night Stood manfully with Washington, And battled for the right. Ban I rnnklin was that Printer Hoy one of the olden time. And it was that buy whonVw Ids kite To the thunder cloud M high. And brought the forked lightning down From the regions of the sky: Tvru he who caught this fiery horse, Ar.d trained him for the chase, 'Till now he's driven safe by Morse Rright into the Printer's Case. Hen Franklin was that Printer Hoy one of the olden time. Longshalt the world exul his nam''. The patriot and sage Who fully justified by faith Was proved by every page; His form, corrected and revised. Is now worked off and pressed', A new ed...

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