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

xvxt VOL. 18. CITYOF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1852. NO. IS- ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. MM Administration Wool l arding and Weaving. fpHE UNDERSIGNED begs to announce that J he has purchased of Mr. D. 1. Hays, at the J'oint, north Glasgow, his Carding Machine, and is PREPARED TO CARD WOOL, w ith promptness lad DjSStneSS. He is also prepared to do all. kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and plede ' himself in both branches, to attend to ill orders in a workmanlike manner. (J Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop. Glasgow. JOHN 8UTL1FF. AprU I, l52 tf DRV . T. DiXEKON' JBurteville, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES to the citrcensdt Jduulsvillt and vicinity, jy Office over Jffc CtuyrbelL. Gates Sanith, tore rooms. Hantsvilk, Aag. H, 1851 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VACC-HAN t CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, fcc., it Office next doerte Or.Vs. residence. JaUjTeStT, 1K5L FT . 8AVAS3B, DEALER IJJ FP."EIV AND DOMESTIC DBT ...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1852. i n U rr Ml 17 ci 1 IMhO BY CLARK H. GREEN. PQILttltBD KVKnY T11CRSPAV MORNING. (Matte Wtt$f Street. Up Stair, next Juor to the GfoSfess House. IS In TERMS Advance $3 At (lie Uml of the $1 In Advance" to Clubj ot III. Year. Rates of Advertisine. tl ner smuu e of 12 lines or le.-s, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent .ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspnpei Ap.Mi1. is the onlv authorized Agent for this paper in BoHton. New York and Philadelphia citio. Fayette Andrew J. HlMIDOK. Hiintsville G. H. Bchckhakt. Bloomington Thomas 0. Siiabp. '.inncus Carlos BOAKDM n. Cambridge .Iohn H. Chove. Chillicothe W. C. Sajicet.. Milan Stephens, Rttll ft Co. FOR PRESIDENT, WiN FIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICK PRKSIDF.NT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates for Presidential Electors. 1st Di. Jofferson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d " Tlios. L. Anderso...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY I, 1852. W 1 1 n m i iff n n Mil1. llMLUY WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR governor, JAMES WINSTON, Or D EH TON COUNTY. Pot Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW KING, OF s r. CHARLES. COONTTa Tor Scrrctary of State, PIERCE C. GRACE. l' ST. LOUIS COUNTY. For Attorney General. LITTLEBURV W. HENDRICK, or Qllllli For Register of Land, II E NJAM1N F. M M 0 N S , or ST. OHARLBI COUNTY. For Auditor of Pubtie areoiints, II I R A M II . HA B E H . or coli: county. For State Treasurer, ENOS 1!. COR DELL, or DOLE roTNTY. 1 I II El in Kiilae Academy-Examination. The Examination of the pupils of F.hn Ridge Academy will lake place on Wednesday, July 14th. The patrons of the School and the friends of Edu cation are invited to attend. Female Seminary Examination. The annual lamination of the pupils of , r,. . c , I ilic Glasgow Female. Seminary commenced L on Monday evening last and will con clude this .morning. The closing exer cises will talite place this evening in the ...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1852. BEN BOLT'S REPLY: OK, Ah! Yes. I Hrmrnilwr! I yes, I remember that MUM with (Might, wect Alice, so cherished and dour ; ( seek her lone grave in the pale hour of night, . nrj moisten her turf with I tear; And there, when thejheart is oYrbur In'd with woe. I wander anil muse all alone, .-.i '. long for the time when my head "hall repose Where "sweet Alice lie, under the stone.'' 1 oam through the wood where so joyous wc stray "d And recline on this green sunny hill, .-ill thing, are as bright in :hat beautiful glade, Bttt my heart is all lonely and chill. 1 hi hand that so fondly I pressed then in mine, And the lips that were melting with love .ie old in the grave, and Tin left to repine, Till I meet w ith sweet Alice above. M well I remembei the srhoi 1-liouse end brook, " And the master so kind and so true," 1 .. wild-blooming flowers in the cool shady nook, bo fragrant wvth incense and dew. I it t weep not for these, though so ...

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

(Dlasgoto r! 1 1 f J .r VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1832. 0. lft. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. Sew Administration WooM aiding and Weaving. THE UNDfiSsiGNED beg to announce that I he has purchased of Mr. i). I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, hi Carding Machine, and i. 1KKPAKEI TO CAHD WOOL, with promptness anil neatness, tic is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to all orders in a Workmanlike manner. Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline Wool received lit Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN BUTLIFF. April 15, 1852 tf IK. W. T. DAMBRON HuntBTille, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvilh and vicinity. PT Office over McCampbell, Coates & Smith, store rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1851 tf CAM). DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. THE TIMES. BY CLARK H...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, L852. Til k rmi!xi I II I J I 1 .'1 ki ' If FOP. PRESIDENT. W2NFISX.D SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA: V?hig Candidates for Prnsiflsntia', Electors. 1st Di". -Jefferson P. .Tours, of Calloway: '2d Thos. L. Anderson, of M... ion; ;ld .'. N. Brown, of Macon) 4th " Vt. A. Cunnineham. of Buchniinnj 5th ' ('has. B. Oibson. ol'St. Li iu-: tith " Robt.A.Hatcher, of New V. ... 7th " D. E. Ferryman, of Was. I- 8th " Henj. Tompkins, of C v: ltli John S. Waddc'l. of Green. FOB congress THIRD DISTRICT, HON. JOHN G. MILLER, or cooi'tu. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, July 8, 1632. DEATH OF MR. CLAY. Hon. Henby Clav died in Washington City, on Tuesday June 89th, a few minutes past 1 1 o'clock. His death had been daily looked for, du ring several weeks, and the country Was prepared to hear it. It was received every where, and by every body, with profound regret and heart felt sorrow. He is gone, but like ...

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

mv--)IM' nostras Rrrr trr GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MM?IG, JULY s. L852. THETIMES.I ii WHIG STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES WINSTON, Or DEN TO N COUNTY. Tor LitotiNnt GoWHOf A N D R E W KING. or st. OUAKLEI COVHTYi I'm Setjcdr.ry of Staff. PIERCE C. GRACE, OK ST. LOU lh(f l XTY . For Attorney General, MTTLEByRY W, HENDRICK Or GREENE. For RoglstW of Lands, 11 K N .1 V M I N E M M O H S , Of sr. iiAnr.T.s cm-.iTY. For Auditor of Public ict iui. II I R V M H . B A B E R VOF COLE COUNTY. For State Treasurer. KNOS B. CORDELL, OP C01i COTNTY. For the Glasgow Timet. Glasgow Female Seminary. Mn. Editob: Willi a good many others wo had the pleasure of attending 1 1 1 c- rccctu Kxainii.a'.ion of the pupils of tli is institution und without unmerited compliment or ndib 'ation to the young ladies or llatti-r to tin Jeacncrs, sav. t Hal we nave rarciv, n cv cr.gera lias 1 -. u raging , .th learlul moi ialiiv tori nttended an institutiou ot ins charaajtef where the Examination was more tho...

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

THE lASTVMn DBSFAIm. 8V Wil l- " II DWOOD. I hate the gills, I hatp them all. And who indeed should wonder ; With torments rife They've plagued niv life They've made me mad as thunder. t went of late to see my Katf., To her my love unravel ; When horrors! Kit Gave me the mit, And told me I might travel ! Park deeds intent and fully bent. I rushed down into the river! But heavens! the bath Soon cool'd my wrath. And made tnc fairly shiver ! Half froze to ileath and out of breath 1 thought a moment whether It was not best To wait at least Till it was warmer westher ! 'Tis cruel K.vtk, 'tis horrid fate Thus to thwart my wishes ; I'll rend the air With my despair. Ye gods and little fishes. GENEROSITY. Tlivre is something in a generous heart) That thrills Dm bosom to the core, And gives that glad, impulsive start, Than which the spirit asks no more. The firm free grasp; the lock that binds Like magic on the soul within, Bespeaks its presence and it finds Whatever is to it akin. Met'iinks...

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

irjoto Ifetfaii) Otitic- VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1852. NO. 20- (!M a s . jggg to raoTCL,iiiiJMaL, EiiiiMa aipjm jiioi ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. New Administration Wool larding and Weaving. rpHE UNDERSIGNED begs to announce that X he has purchased of Mr. I). I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, his Carding Machine, and is 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. Mp Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN SUTLIFF. April 15, 18S2 tf DR. W. T. DAMERON Hnntsville, Mo.. OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL. SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvillt and vicinity. Office over Mc Campbell, Coatcs &. Smith, store roomJ. Huntsville, Aug. -1, 1851 tf CAKD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &c. Office next d...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1852. THE TIMES. FOR PRESIDENT, WIN FIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRE9IDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Csadldatts for ftusiisntia) rjeetors. lit Dis. Jefferson F. Junes, of Calloway; d 3d 4th 5th 6ih 7th 8th 9th Thos. L. Anderson, o; Maricn; J. N. Browp, of Macon; W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan; thns. a. Gibson, ot St. Louis; Robt.A. Hatcher, of New Madrid; D. E. Perryman, of Washington Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; John 8. Waddcll, of Green. FOR CONGRESS-THIRD DISTRICT, HON. JOHN G. MILLER, or COOPER. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, July IS, 1852. Religious. A protracted meeting will commence in the Christian Church in this place, to-morrow evening, and continue several days. Elders Gaines and Proctor will be in attendance. The Memory of Mr. Clay. The citizens of Fayette, and the county generally, paid appropriate honors to the memory of Hon. Heart Clay, deceased, last Monday. A large concourse ot citizens, precced...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JtfLY 15, 1852. THE TIMES. WHIG STATE TICKET. CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATIONS First DiMiet. SAMUEL CAIUJTIIERS. Sr-conr! Dislrint. GILCHRIST PORTER. Third Dirtrict. JOHN G. MILLER. Fourth District. MORDECAI OLIVER. Fifth District. JOHN C. PRICE. FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES WINSTON, Or B EM TON COUNTY. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW KING, OF ST. CHARLES COOilTT. For Secretary of State, PIERCE C. GRACE. or ST. LOOK OOVMTY. For Attorney General, LITTLEBUHY W. HENDRICK, OF OIBBRBi For Register of Lands, BENJ A M I N F. M M ONS. or st. ciiabi.es cou.ntv. For Auditor of Public accounts, HIRAM II . BABER, or COLE COUNTY. For State Treasurer, ENOS B. CORDELL. OF COLE COTNTV. For Representatives. RICE PATTERSON. THOMAS J. PAYNE. JfJ"Vrr beg our neighbor of the Banner to give himself no uneasiness about our in sulting the readers of the Times by our ad vocacy cf Gen. Scott's claims and fitness for the Presidency. If they grow "indignant" Set thim gie tlicrr indignat...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1852. FOR SCOTT, B073, HURRAHI II Y OKI; Ol' THK 11(1 V.v The old men all rfmcmWr As 't were but yesterday When British sought, on Freedom's soil. Again to plant her sway; The Old men all remember Who hurled her back ajrain I'was Winfield Scott, at Chippewa. 'Twas Scott, at Ludny's Lane! So fling lor Scott the banner out, And sing for Scott hurrah; With him we can the LoOOf runt. And win for Chippewa. Tift Young men all renumber rTwas not five year9 ago -Who led our hoste to victory And conquered Mexico: The Young men all remember How Cherubusco's field. And Vera Cm., and Contrcras. Were made by Scott to yield! So fling tor Scott the banner out. And sing for Scott hurrah: With him we the Locos rout, And win for Chippewa. The Old men and the Young men- With Seott to lead the light From hill and dale, from shore anil wave, Will rally end unite; The Old men and the Young men With Scott to lead them on Will make the hero of two wars Their...

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

c kip f S VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1852. NO. 21 ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. New AUniiuislratlou Wool t aiding anil Weaving. THE UNDERSIGNED begs to announce that lie BSS purchued of Mr.). I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, hti Carding Machine, and It 1'REPAREI) TO CARD WOOL. with plOlllptem and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and ple.lgc hi.iwlf ill both branches, to attend to all orders in a workmanlike manner. ggp" Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, GlsSfOW. JOHN8UTLIFF. April 1"', 1862 If lt. W. T. DAJIF.KOX Hantsville, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL. SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvilk and vicinity. (Ig" Office over MoCwupbell, CoateS & Smith, store rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 18.il tf CARD DOCTORS' VAUOHAN k. CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, fee, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. I . A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FORE...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1852. THE TIMES. FOR PRESIDENT, WINFIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates for Presidential Electori. 1st l)is. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d " Thos. L. Anderson, of Marion; lid " J. N. Brown, of Macon; 4th W.A.Cunningham. ofBuohMItt) 5th " Chas. B. Gibson, of St. Louis; 6th " Robt.A.Hateher. of New Madrid: 7th " D. E. Perryman, of Washington; 8th " Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; 9th " John S. Waddell, of Green. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT. HON. JOHN O. MILLER, or COOPFR. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, July 22, 1852. The County Canvass. The county canvass has opened and re opened. Messrs. Rawlins. Jackson and Elliott, the central clique candidate I whom the old line democracy determined to run. canvassed the county, after the township j tie meetings, with a view to whipping in me John 0. Miller in the Legislature. Messrs. ('. F. Jaskson and Owen Raw ling have publicly cha...

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

i wu. jwnn THE TIMES. WHIG S'iATE TICKET. CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATIONS. First Distirt. SAMUEL 0ARUTHER8. Srfoml District. GILCHRIST PORTER. Third District. JOHN G. MILLER. Fourth District. MORDECAI OLIVER. Fifth District. JOHN U. PRICE. FOH GOVERNOR) JAMES WINSTON, or DCItTON COVIfTY Tor IVuiii truant (lovprnor, ANDREW KING, or st. CSAktM cor.N rv. For Secretary of State, PIERCE C. GRACE, OF ST. LOUIS COIN TV. Tor Attorney General, LITTLEBURY VV. HENDRICK, or DftfiCNla For Register of Lands, U E N .1 A M I N E M M 0 N S , or st. CHARLtt count v. For Auditor of Public accounts, HIRAM II. RARER, or COLE COUNTY. For State Treasurer, ENOS B. CORDELL, Or COLE COTNTV. For Representatives. RICE PATTERSON. THOMAS J. PAYNE. Patterson and Payne. Messrs. Patterson and Payne make pood impressions wherever thsry go. Tlieir straight-forward deportment, and entire free dom from anything like political trickery or juggling, lakes well with the people. They make no clap-trap appeals to the people, but ...

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

.. a. - - GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1852. ST.tZ.N. Like a lustrum star I thjf diirk e e't liglit. Shitting Irulu afw Thru' the deepest night. Like n magic spell Is that smile of thine: As a gleam it fell Of the sweet sunshine. Like a deep, full river Is that voire of song. Kverj heart doth iiiver. As it tluws along. Hills from in finery iteming MingU with its How, All the springs of feeling Gush into it now. On the stream we float. Souls from earth set free. Higher t wi lU that note Wave ut harmony! Hush! the song is o'er. And we ask in vain, Shall we on this shore Hear that oiee again? Never Do It. Never ask the age of anunmarried lady, w lien she is past the age of twenty-five. Never show your protested bill to a man vou want to berraw money of. Never expose your poverty to a rich rela tion, if you w ouid have him treat you as a cousin. Never let it oome to the ears of a rich and , hlldleil relative that you secretly pray for his sudden and premature dissolut...

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

(Dlngoto VOL. 13- CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, "jULY 2Q.T852. NO. 22- Encourage home manufactures. New AdmlnlttfatlatiMiWooi Curding and Weaving. THE UNDERSIGNED Ben to announce that he lias purchased of Mr. 1). I. Hays, at the Point north Glasgow, liis Carding Machine) and is ritEI'AIIED TO CARD WOOL, with promptness ami 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. (J5p" Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN SUTLIFF. April 15, 1852 tf OK. W. T. DAMERO. Huntsville, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvlllt and vicinity. fgg" Office over'McCampbell, CoatcR &. Smith( store rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1K51 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &.c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1H51. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER...

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

im "jimim ,iywr ' Ta.:.i iia. ,j i hi i iiib bouhh GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1852. THE TIMES w. FOR PRESIDENT, OF NEW JEtSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. G LI All AM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidate.' fol Presidential Electors. st Di. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway Tins. L. Anuerson,oi .iinnon, .1. N. Brown, of Macon) W. fc.fiimninBham. of Buchanans h.K. tv Gibson, of St. Lonlsl ni Hutohet.of NewMorfrkli 1). Ei Perrymon, of YVashingtet Ijeiij. Tompkins, of Cooperj John S. YVaddell, i' Green. Sid 3d 4lh .r)ih art 7tli 8th Oth rOI OONQRBBS THIRD DISTRICT, HON. JOHN G. MILLER, or rooir.n. CITY OF GLASGOW Thursday Morning, July 29, 1852. Election Day. Monday is election day. Let Ihe friends of Miller, Winston, Payne and Patterson be nn '.md, vote, and Mi thai Others do likewise. Election Kcturns. Wo. particularly enjoin it on our friends to send us tlic result of the cloetion, in adja cent counties us soon as ascertained. 8J" Don't forget it. C. F. Jackson - Con...

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

1 mmm mgm -a wiu n iim". iwmiitvi..aaiLm..:i'n .-j,,; -.' - -. rrr-tr i if i "II 1 '.'I'j.w-1 J', a '1- m . 1 irr.u. i-a ni.ua.j bjWMSi GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 185:?. 1 1.1 Tj IIJ!tti WHIG STATE TICKET. CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATIONS. First Dlttlct. SAMUEL OARUTHERS. 8 oond District, GILCHRIST PORTER. Third Dirtrict, JOHN (i. MILLER. Fourth District, MOROECAI OLIVER. Fif 'i District. JOHN C. PRICE. FOB GOVERNOR, J A M E S W I N S T O N , 0 r B N r H COtf HT Y For Ltoutsntnl Oovernofj A N I) R E W KING, Of sr. CttAmtll f or n rv. Tor Btcrettrj of State FIERCE C. GRACE, or st. Loi'is COUNTY, For Attorney General, LITTLEBURY VV. HENDR1CK, Of giieem:. Pot ReguAsr of Lends, BENJAMIN EMMONS, or .sr. CHABLkl county. Par Auditor of Public aaaounta, II I R A M II . B A B E B or COLS county. Pot State Treasurer, BNOS B . CORDELL, Or f'OLE IOTSTY. For Representatives. RICE PATTERSON. K THOMAS J. PAYNE. Election Tickets. The tickets lor Richmond, Franklin Moniteau, Boone Fem...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1852, MOOJIUttHT. As In "- I sit within my lonely room, A spirit ircins sbroed upon the air. Thai o'er mi' lling" an influence mild and sweat Yet mournful and mysterious. It is soft And calm, ami hallowed, yet so very sad That tears are on my eyelids. It unlocks Memory's pale urn. ami to my soul reveals TminfM long hidden in its depths, it calls Forth from their cold and silent craves, the forms Of dearly loved MM faded long ago. T iiey seem to live again; they move once more Betide me. as they moved in life; they breathe Sweet, accents in my ear; they rise from earth tin angel plumes and gently beckon me Through the soft, silvery mists that float around, To follow tliem upon their long And finning trail of glory. 'Tis a strange Hut pure and blessed spirit, for each thought It makes is pure and blessed. Every dream It brings is sort and deep and beautiful As 'twere an Eden vision. And oh see! A pale, unearthly light is in the air, Cha...

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