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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 April 1852

(51 a st) ci to VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1852. NO. 8 rut. W. T. D.iMF.ROM HuutivlUe, Mo.. OFFF.nS HIS PROFF.SSIONA. SERVICES to the eitifCBtef Huntsvih. and vicinitv. (JT Offl 'c over McCamphell. Coates ,t Smith) store coins. Iluntoritte, Aug. 4, 101 tf CARD. DOCTORS- VAUQHAN .V CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Msdicinc, StC, Ac. Office next djor to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1861. r. A. HAVAOK, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY O00D HOOTS AND SHOES, fiats, Cup, Hard and (Juff tuu-erc, A"iid, A;r., WAVER STPF.ET, OLA MOW MO. Ill MP h !:. Dealer in Family (iroceriew, Wines. Liquors. C igarH, &C. Water Street, QtatfOW, Missouri. KEEPS COnStaatlV on hand a general assortment of Goods in his line, to Which the attention cf the public is respectfully called. April 10, ISM. s. CARLOS BOAItDM W, Att'.n.ny . Law, Llnneui, Linn County, Ho. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness entrus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 April 1852

THE TIMES fcY CLARK H. fWEEN. vi.tMrtX' rvrov tnrMMV Moaitxo. 0.coi R'ttfcf ttreet, Vp Stuiri, m;l dour to th TERM 8- -fc: In Advance $3 At the did of the i : In Advance to Clubs of 10. Year. Bates of Advertising. S. per squire of 12 line' or Itss, for the First In sertion, ant Fifty Cent' for subsequent ones, liberal deduction to Yearly Advertiser. Anthsrized Agents. v. n. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the otilv authorized Agent for this paper .. Boston, ffew York anil Philadelphia cities. Burette ANBaiW J. HrnNPON. Hu'ntsvillc W. H. Bamcel, G, H. BuaCKHAar, Bloooiinjton Thomas G. Siiasf. Linneii' Carlos 1!o,riman. CatDOridee Jons' H. Oaovi. Chillirothe W. ('. Soti'EL. Milan Stephens, Hines ft Co. ron president MILLARD FILLMORE. Of -New York. FOR VICE MFSIDEN'T JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CIT' OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, April 22, 1852. PUB WfHm H i 'I e" MBS Lost A Breasti-in. On Tuesday last in the City of Glasgow, was lot a small Diamond-crosr. Ereastpin. Tiie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1852. For California. Lewis Crg'ar, Jr., Henjy J. Peyton, Reuben Basket nml Jno. Duncan, from JPtVOtta and vicinity, passed through this place yesle day for California, by way of the plain. This, we helieve, is tho first party this year from our county. May success attend then). Lamartinc has already completed eight of t:.e popular biographies which are to appear in his forthcoming journal, ( The Civilizcr.) among which are enumerated those of Co lumbus, Joan of Arc. Homer, Guttenberg. r.r.J Br.imd Pali My, the potter. Whig Meeting in Chariton County. In pursuance to a short notice to that ef R0t a respectable mwnber of ihe Whigs ol Chariton county met at the City Hall in Brunswick, on Wednesday, the 14th inst., and on motion of Mr. John M. Davii, Dr. EDWIN PRICE was calied to the Chair, and on motion of" Mr. Mobcrly, J. M. Doco Lis was appointed Secretary. The Chairman called upon Mr. Davis to explain the object of the meeting, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1852- SILENT LOVE. Have 1 a '"ream end shapes array Within its niiy sphere, And all their grace and charm iiiplay, Thy fo;m ii always n"ar In vain I strive the "."hade" to hide And And where thou art not; Thy features in my soul abide, Thou canst not bo forgot. 0! IriJy, I would breathe thee naught To wound thy gentle breast; But surely I have read thy thought A in thy lace exprcst. meet- Why d it thoU s'nrt Wnctl 'er w Why greet tue with a Mailt? The fondest dreamt of passion Thy rasting hjurs beguile. V.'cct, Tny love 5aih wet a warn return From hear '.hat dare not speak The gentle flame, though hid must burn Until the urn shall break: This hem must ever turn to the". Though I may rove a!'ur. E en as t)ic needle o'er the sea Poitltl to the r.orthcrt. stnr! I love theo but mitfortUSt rend Hope'i golden thread in twain PorMlffy toy life attends Add render hope in vain. Trtn lonatiiiiot in my dreams of tliee. "Joy's (lowing bowl" my s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 April 1852

VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1852. NO. 9 ua. w. t. m . it HnntBvtlle. Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSION SERVICES o Ihc c t zensof EtuntSVill and v cinity. 5?" )fTi -c over Mc'Canipbetl, Coates A. Smith, sto.e ooms. Hu itsvilki, Aug. 4, 1851 If CAEB. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN 4t CAMPRELL. have associated thettv-ielves in the p. ncticeot' M 'dicine, iec, flee. Office next door to D. Vs. residence. August 7, 1R!1. r. A. Si? AGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC D?. 0003 BOOTS AND SHOES, JntJ, Cnij, Hard and Quecnswarr, Ain't, Sjc, WATl'.n STREET, OLA0OOW, MO. IMIU.IP mir.it. Drn'er in Family 'iroceries, Wines, Liiliiorn, Cigars, fcc. It'itcr Street, Gas.ow. Missouri K EEPS consta.i'ly on hand a general assortment ilmAa in hie I nn tn ti-Vi-h till, Mtontinn of the publ'C is respectfully called. Ap.u iu, ltex. . CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law. Linnetu, Linn County, Ko. w TILL continue the p-act:ce of the Law, L'nn and the adjoining counties. All busi- ness entrusted to his cac w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 April 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1852. THE T II 17 0 1-1 JUL 0 BY CLARK H. GREEK. rCILI'lltD tVrY TIIDRHDAV MO.M1VO. Mm ch Woler Strict, Up S nrs, next door to the Glasgow House. T IBM S 92 Io Advance S3 At the End Of the $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. Year, Bate, of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In Mrtion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advtrtisers. aotnorised Agent,. PALMER, the American Newspaper V. B Afttnt, is the onrv authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia does. Fayette Asnstw J, ttMHDM. Huntsville W. R. Svmvfl.G. H. BWHM. Bloomingtnn Thomas O. Suvar. Linneus Carlos Boabpmam. Cambridge John II. GRovr. Chillicothe W. C. 8aMfl.. Milan Stiphens, Hincs 4. Co. ron rREHDr.yr MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. - run nee mrirr.MT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW Thursday Morning. April 29, 1852. Whig State Convention. A Convention of Whig D -legates con vened in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 April 1852

GLASG 0 The Whig: Convention. I n Christian doctrine cr is it not; does it come I he proceedings ol the Whig convention from Heaven or Hell, from SJon or the Dev OOOUpy our room to-day, to the exclusion of il; do we sec anything ol' it in the Bible, in our usual variety. Wc commend them to the the Fathers: in the actions or writings of perusal of ourrcilrs. I the Saints, in the trralisrs of the deetn's of About fifty counties were represented, the Church; was it heard lirfcrc the birth of MjHVisv there being in attendance some one hundred Protestantism jhas it not teen conu'emnc I by the August election and fitly delegates. The proceedings were Couniil of Con. ltd nee, and, repeatedly, by the highly interesting, and during the delibvra- Supreme Pontiff's; is it anything more than a Irrfl i at the il JBTW ar Dr.TH t RAliF. Jl Aupuat election, ' S- tions a free interchange of feelings convenient theory, &ot i.p thut Catholic! mW r a-W'o are ai views was had, which will be of ultim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 April 1852

THE TIMES. BY CLARK H. GREEN. rtJBLisiitB rvr.iiv thorspav mosixino. t"i.v M Water Stmt, Up Stain, next door to the Glasgow Howe. TEEMS ja In Advance $3 At the End of the (1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. Year. Kates of Adreitising. $1 per square of U linos or less, for thc First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Anthoriied Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agtnti i' 'he onrv authorized Agent for thil paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cicios. Favette Axpsew ,T. Hf.rnpo. rliintswlle W. R. Ba stoat, G. H. Brtif kiiat,t. Wloomitigtnn Thomas O. Snvar. Linneui Carlos Boarpmax. Cambridge John II. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Sami ii. Milan Stefhens, BlNSI 4. Co. FOR rRESIOF.VT MILLARD FILLMORE. Of New York. TO VICE rRESIDEHT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, April 29. 1862. Whig State Convention. A Convention of Whig Delegate! con vened in St. Louis, on Monday, April 19th, 1852, for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1852

III W VWRAIL, aMSiOTKaL, IWNEBNAL AND HEMEBAL imUlM VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1852. NO. 10. KNCOlRAl.T. HOME MANUFACTURES. fW AiliuiiiiNtratiou Wool Carding and Weaving. rTIHE UNDERSIGNED begs to announce that JL lie lias purchased of Mr. D. I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, hie Carding Machine, and is PREPARED TO CAUD WOOL, w itli promptness and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING) and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to -.il orders in a workmanlike manner. JST Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN SDTLlFr. April 13, 1852 tf DR. W. T. DIMEROV Huntsville. Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Huntavilli and vicinity. Hy Office over Mc Campbell, Coatcs ft Smith, More rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1801 tf CARS. DOCTORS' VAUGRAN Sr. CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Sec, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. Au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1852

THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. rminnr.n v.vr.RY tiii h.pay mohnino. Ofirt on Water Stmt, Vj Mft, Sfcrt door lo the GUisfoir IfoHsr. -TERMS fi In Advance $:) At the End of the Year. 91 In Advance to Clubs or 10. Rates of Advertising. $1 per square nf 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. 13. FAT. MF.lt. the American Newspaper Agent, is the onlv authorized Agent tor this paper In Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Anprlw J. Hehsp"N. H.intsville W. K. Samikl.G. H. BuacKHAxT. liloomington Thomas (i. Su a nr. Linnous Carlos Boa Roman. Cambridge .Ions H. Grovf. Chillicotbe ft. C. BaSfOBL. Milan Sti l'Hi ss. Hints A. Co. ron pnEsim.NT MILL A R D 17 T T T MOPr 1 J x ' Of New York. FOB VICE PHEJITir.NT EDWARD BATES, Of Missouri. Subject to the decision of a Whig Cnnrenlion. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. To be Supplied by the Whig Slate Central Committee. For Lieutenant G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1852. r V Democratic Congressional Convention. The Droraanoy if tlii the Third Con gtcstlonal District, liirct nt Columbia on Monday next, to nominate a candidate for Congress, in opposition to Jno. (J. Miller, mir present worthy and kbit Congressman. Most of tlie counties havfl declared for Hon. .lames S. Green, who was defeated in the last race, but Wfi have tindcrslood in the last few days thai Maj. C. F. Jackson, of this Ciitinly. will be put in nomination by his friends, and they expect to secure his Domination, It is quite immaterial to us which is nominated, Mr. Miller is the man of our choice he has nbly and faith' fully represented the district, and we trust to the discrimination and good sense of the people to return him to the post he fills with so much credit to himself and the Slate. Dentistry. .1. (J. llrssn.i., M. 1). has located in this place, and will pivc his attention to Dental Surgery in all itl various branches, lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 May 1852

Touch 01 gently, Time. BY BARKY CORK W At.!.. This beautiful prayer must have born breathed by Barry Cornwall'! heart, while litting at his quiet fire-side, looking upon t!ie lace of his sweet wife, and rocking the cradle of his golden-tressed Adelaide Touch us gently, Time! Let it a glide down thy stream Gently, as we sometimes glide Through a pleasant dream! Humble voyagers are we Husband, wife, and children threr One is lost an angel, fled To the azure overhead! Touch us gently, Time '. We've not proud nor soaring wing?; Our ambition, our content, Lies in simple things. Humble voyagers are we O'er life's dim, unbounded tea, Seeking only peaceful climes Touch us gently, gently, Time! 3" 'Spirits Rappinos.'' Among the many wonders of the Spirit Rappers, we learn that in a country village, not fifty- miles from Cincinnatti, a poor fellow had lest his favorite dog. He enquired for Tow scr, and the raps came. Man ,;Is your spirit happy!'" Dog 'Yes," Man "Arc there any coons there?" Do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1852

(Dlasgoto fine (Hp Wto 1 Li: r r! 6 VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1852- NO. 11. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. New Administration Wool Carding and Weaving. THE UNDERSIGNED begs to aunounce that he has purchased of Mr. D. I. Hays, at the l'oint, north Glasgow, his Carding Machine, and ii PREPARED TO CARD WOOL, with promptness and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to all orders in a workmanlike manner. y Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN SUTL1EF. April 15, 1852 tf DR. W. T. DAMEROM Hnntiville, Ho., "VFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of HUntlVUU and vicinity. US" Office over McCampbell, Coatci c Smith, 8tore rooms. Hiintsville, Aug. 4, 1R51 tf , CARD. lOCTORS' VAUGHAN tt CAMPBELL. have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine. &r.. &c. Office next door lo Dr. vs. residence. August 7, 1851. I . A. SAVA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1852

THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. rUBLIUlM RTKRY THNIMt MOHNIKrl. Office on Water 8trrrl. I'p Stairs, next door to the Gltisxow House. TERMS In Advance $3 At the Km! of the $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. Year. Bates of Advertising. $1 per ifjuare of VI lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the onlv authorized Agent for this paper in Huston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Ancrxvc J. Hern do tv. Hn'ntsville G. H. Burckiiart. Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Lioiieni Carlos Boaroman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. SAUVtt, Milan Stephens, Hikes & Co. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. TOR VICE PRl.91nEKT EDWARD BATES, Of Missouri. .Viec to the decision of a iVhig Convention FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT, HON. JOHN G. MILLER, of cooprn. WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. To be supplied by the Whig State Centra! Committe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1852

2j Advertisements must be handed in Wednesday Doming to insure an appearance in Thursday's paper. We are compelled to leave out severul this week on account of their being handed in too late. For the Legislature. Thos. Jackson, Esq., is out Cor the lower brunch of the next General Assembly from this county. Ciioleha. A lew cases of cholera have occurred among the emigrants at St. Jo seph. We also hear of several deaths on the river. Platte District Whig Convention. We understand there was no Whig Con vention held at Pittsburgh on Monday In the Platte Congressional District. Dele gates from six or seven counties appeared. There was some misunderstanding as to time and place. The Convention will be held at Gallatin. 50rWe learn from the National Intelli gencer, that among the Cadets admitted to West Point, for 1852, there arc three from the State of Missouri. James P. Major, of Fayette; Charles Goode nnd Edward Rich -nrdson. 23 A meeting of the Stockholders of the Glasgow and Huntsvil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 May 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1852. OH, HAD WE ONLY MET. U! had we only met When life and hope were new. When love, untniirgleil with regret, Lay on our hearts like daw, I hud not heaved a srgli When, wrapt in that swept trance, I raised my MM and ract thine eye, Returning glance tor glance. 0 ! do not prize me lets For yielding to the power, The soft delicioiu dreaminess That filled that twilight hour'. 1 thought it's spells were thin?, Around my spirit wove. And halt forgot it was not mine To give thee love lor love. Love! Did 1 call it love? It will not bear the name! A softer thought our bosoms move A tenderer, milder flame 't feel it in the tone That thrilled thy low reply. As thy warm lip. beside my own Besponded sigh for sigh. 1 love thee not. but O! If we had met in youth. When lirst-wc dreamed of passion s glow , Its fervor and its truth, Perhaps it had been mine, With whispers soft and low-, To place my little hand in thine, And fnurmer vow for vow. Dear ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1852

mm mvmmk Mmmmxu mmmxi m mm. immmmi, VOL. 18. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1852- NO. 12. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. Sew Administration Wool Carding and Weaving. THE UNDERSIGNED bees to aunounce that he has purchased of Mr. D. I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, his Carding Machine, and is PREPARED TO CARD WOOL, with promptness and neatness. He is also prepared iu uo an kiuus COUNTRY WEAVING and pledges himself in both branches all orders in a workmanlike manner. Fcrriaee rjaid on all Wool from Wool received at .Mr. Larson's 1 in Miou. IiUsl-i JOHN SUTLIFT. April 15, 1S52 tf DR. W. T. DAMEROX Huntsvllle, Ho., OFFERS HIS PROKESSIONA. SERVICES to the citizens of ttttntsvllk and vicinity, .""g" Office over McCampbell, Coates it Smith, store rooms. Huntsvillc, Aug. !, 1851 tf CARD DOCTORS' VAUGHAN CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, 4tc, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1831. F. A. S WAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMEST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1852

THE TIMES. BY CLARK H. GREEN. PfBI IXIIKH EVERY Tlll'MnAV MOWMSn. i on Wiitrr Strfit, f'i AV'iri. sex! ilntir to the 0Ismsw Ho-. TERMS - $2 In Advance $J At the End r Dip $1 Tn Advance to Clubs of in. Year, Rates of Advertising. $1 per square nf 12 lines nr less, for the First Ii sertion. and Fiflv Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. It. PALMER, the American Newapapei Agent, is the only authorized Ap ril (or ibis panel iu Boston, New York itnd Philadelphia cities. Fayette Anorew J. HrnxonN. Hu'nlsvillc (i. H. BeaCKHAkTa HlouiniiiKtoii ThoMAI Q. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Ho a hum an. Cambridge .inns H. QnovK. Chillicothe W. C. Ramvki.. Milan Stephens, HlHKI is, Co. cor nuMIMtNT M I L L A R D F I L L M ORE. Of New York. POI VICE PIll'.MDENT EDWARD BATES, Of Missouri. Subject to the decision of a Whig Convention Whig Candidates Hot Presidential Electors. 1st Dis. Jefferson P. Jones, of Calloway! 2.1 3d 4lh 5th (jtli 7th 8th Pth Thos. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1852. Temperance Lectures. Rev. Mr. Prottttnn delivered two torn- peranee lectures in our place this week, the ! last one last night, which we had the plea-' sure of hearing. Ho is a forcible lecturer, 1 and alternately had the large audience eon vulsed with laughter, and in breathless sus pense, as he passed from an opportune and well told anecdote, to some eloquent picture of generosity or daring, or horrid recital of of the work of that "thrloe damned, but subtle monster, rum." A. W. Lamb a Bentonite. The Hannibal papers state that Mr. Lamb, 1. - T-v . . . M uie jycmocraiic nominee lor Congress in the 2d District, is a Benton man, though he I has never been noisy. He stands on the Jeffenon platform, and goes for Union, and an office. Wc arc very fond of Lamb, (and green peas,) but in this case we'll take Pnrkr. Cholera. We learn the cholera prevails to a consid erable extent among the emigrants. Heaths have occurred several days tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 May 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1852. EARLY FLOWERS. I greet ye, lovely flowers Heralds of coming spring; Voiceless, yet unmistakcable, The message which ye bring. Ye tell of sunny skin. Bright, happy day, to come; Hie odorou, air the balmy breeie Wafting your fragrance home. I woo ye, gentle flower,. With your look, of quiet lore, Gemming the garden's gay parterre, The field, wayside, and grove A holy calm ye shed O'er sorrow's saddest hours. Peace, hope and trust are with ye still Thrice welcome, pale spring flowers. The following delicious "mornirg song'' is by Joanna Bailie. Its Wooing! arc potent enough to call one of the seven sleep ers forth to listen to the thousand-voiced harmony of nature: I'p! quit the bower; late wars the hour, Long have the rooks cawed round thy lower) On flower and tree loud hum" the bee: The w ilding kit sport, merily: A day so bright, so fresh, so clear, Sboweth when good fortune", near. Up, lady fair, and braid thy hair; And bathe th...

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