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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 October 1852

4 (51 a 90 to c VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1852. NO. no r Tll.lt N. M ATT II K VV N . Us, CABINET MAKERS. 1 1 It'idr Strut) Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kind9 of Furniture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Mctalic Coffins kept constantly on fcand. (J Shop second iloor above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CABTJ. DOCTORS' V AUG HAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &,c, &c. Ollice next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. 1'. A. AVAE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMKSTIC DRY 0000 BOOTS AND SHOES, Hate, Caps, Hard and Qvrrnsware, Kails, lie., WATF.B STREET, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law. Llnnetu, Linn Coanty, Mo. ITTII.L continue the practice of the Law, in VV Linn and Hie adjoining counties. All busi ness entrusted to his care will receive prompt at tention. April 3, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1852. THE TIMES. FOR PRESIDENT. W:NF113XiD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates fof Presidential Electers. -t Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d U.I 4th aui eft 7lh 8th Oth Trios. L. Anderson. of Marlon; J. N. Brown, of Macon; V. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan; Chas. B. Gibson, of St. Louis; Rob'. A. Hatcher, of Raw Madrid) T). E. Ferryman, of Washington; Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; John S. Wadckll, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 14, 1852. Glasgow Scott Club. The next regular meeting of this Club will be held in the old Methodist church, next Monday evening, the 18th, at 7 o'clock. All persons favorable to the election of Scott nnd Graham to the Presidency and Vice Presidency of the Vnitcd States, are invited to attend. Signs of the Times. We lay before our readers this week, ex tracts from various whig papers, show ing the opinins they entertain in regard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1852. THE TIMES. Destructive Fire. The large Hemp Factory and Rope walk of Mr. Joun II. Estill, in this place, was consumed by fire this morning about one o'clock. The fire was supposed to be the work of an incendiary, as it broke out in a part of the factory where no fire had been used the day previous. The books and a portion of the contents of the factory were laved. Wc learn the buildings, &.C., were insured for their full value. Polar Star. This new and elegantly finished Missouri River Packet made her first appearance at our wharf last Sunday. She is decidedly the finest finished boat that ever came up the Missouri river, and being built expressly for this trade possesses those qualifications which will render her a favorite with the travelling and shipping community. Suc cess to the Polar Slar. Daguerreotype Miniatures. All persons wanting an exact likeness of themselves, should call on Mr. W. B. How -xll, over Mr. Mille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1852. From the Campaign Republic. A Whig Campaign Song. Air "I should like to Marry." Frank Caniy-daW my covey, When Locos first, for true, Began to make (heir choice, Frank, They had no thought of you. And though they brought you out Frank, The people all should know You must have been their last resort, Frank Candy-date my Co'. Oh, then beware, young candy, Oh, then heware, oh, dot Our Scott's a "fussing" dandy, And we're his "feathered' crew. Frank Out) data, my covey, The LoCOS ne'er did boast Of you till here ol late, Frank, They're bvun I to wake th.ir most' They say you are rising f.ist, Frank, And should they not say so? Since now you are their nominee, Frank ffit?i-datc my Co'. Oh. do your best young Candy, Oh, do your best, oh, do, Our Scott's no '-fainting'' dandy, And we're his lighting crew. Frank OinJy-date, my covey, Improvements sure don't suit you, sir. Ami looking o'er your votes, too, Frarik, We find them with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 October 1852

.Ji-BM! MB td wotiml miimm, mmmuM Am mmn VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1852. NO. 34- O TAiL & MATTHEWS, Vk CABINET MAKERS. T" Water Street, Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kinds of Fubniture. Particular attention paid to miking Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on band. ES?" Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CABU " ' DOCTOHS' VAL'GHAN ft CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, ftc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, lNjl. F. A. !s O UEALER IN FORIilGX AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Hat'. Caps, Hard and Qaeeaswarc, A'ails, Ire., waiei. stueet-, Q2.ASOOW, co. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linnem, Linn County, Ho. WILL continue file practice of tlie Law, in Linn and the adjoinini counties. All busi mos entrusted to bis care will receive prompt at Saation. April 3, 1851. LOGAN Dr DAME...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 October 1852

THE TIMES. Vok PRESIDENT, WXNFIBLD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidate! for Presidential Electors. lt Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d " Thos. L. Anderson, of Marion; 3J " J. N. Brown, of Macon; 4th " A. Cunningham. oflhichnnan 9lh " Chas. R. Gibson, of St. Louis; 6th " Robt.A.Hatchcr. of New Madrid 7lh " D. E. Perryman. of Washington; 8th ' Bcnj. Tompkins, of Cooper; Oth " John S. Waddell, of Green. "CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 21, 1852. I , iii 1 IB JJjWe are again at home, after an ab tence protracted some litttlc longer than we anticipated, and resume our vocation re freshed in body and mind, with buoyant hojies for the future. Thanks to friend who have more than supplied our place, the readers of the Times have lost nothing by our absence, whilst we have been a gainer; but as we arc in no wise selfish, we shall share liberally with our readers, as time and circumstances may offer, what of mforma tion,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1852. THE TIMES. For One Day Only! Our friends will remember that the Pres idential election takes place on Tuesday, the 2d day of November, and lasts only one day. Removals. S. W. Robertson has re moved his fine stock of jewelry, &c, to first door above Nanson &. Robbins'. Mr. R. is prepared to manufacture any article of jewelry or silver ware on moderate terms. We urc indebted to him for one of Baglcy 's superior gold pens, which we can recom mend as an excellent article. Give him a call. F. W. Digges has removed his Drug Store to the stand formerly occupied by S. Steinmetz, and Mr Stcinmetz has taken Digges' old stand. Tobacco Barns BoMT. Mr. Win. Cock, living near Keytsville, in Chariton county, had his tobacco barn burnt on the night of the 7th inst., together with some 14,000 pounds of tobacco a loss of more than a thousand dollar. A. M. Knecdler, living a few miles be low Brunswick, had his barn and contents burnt on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1852. Can't do without the Paper. x eoi.ir.oo.cv by 'on or run MOttaV Wlr.it: lo Without a paper! No, I've tried it to my sorrow; So, fu suriseribe for our I'll go, Nor wait until to-morrow. Should lovers tang or drown themselves, 0 other foolish caper, 1 never get 'he hear of it 1 lb not take the paper ! Why, there's my neighbor, Toby Stout, tie always reads the "Timcs,"' And having news to talk ahout. He's sure to get the "dimes." While others yawn in ennui, His mind is light as vapo. ; The cause is plain to half an eye Hi always takes the paper. While neighbor Stout hears all the news, And knows each current pr.ee, And always minds his P"s and Q's, By taking good advice 1 cannot tell the price of grain, Of poultry, codec, taper, Or any kind of nieichandise. Because I tjdffl no paper. Though I have studies which retire. Much time, ami menial labor, let I can spare a liUlc time, As well as Stout, my neighbor. Though time be preciou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 October 1852

la C)o to me sDIu VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1852. NO. 35. Tll.LV &. JIATTHKWS, VSL CABINET MAKERS. M1 W'ufrr Street, ftn.voir. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kinds of I'urniti-ke. Particular attention paid to making Cot-rfKSi Also Patent Mclatic Coffins kept constantly on tend. Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CABD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL. have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, -Stc, Stc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. r. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Mai, Caps, Hard and (iurctuware. Kails, Sic., WiTLR STREET, GLASGOW, MO. CARLflS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneu, Linn County. Ho. WILL continue the practice of the Law. in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ni entrusted to hie care wdl receive prompt at tention. April 3, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALEU IN Foreign and D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1852. THE TIMS . FOR PRKSIDENT, WiWPIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates for Presidential Electors. Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway; Thos. L. Anderson, of Marion; lt 2d 3d 4th 3th tilh 7th 8th Pth J. IN. Hrown, of Macon; V. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan) Chas. B. Gibson, of St. Louie) Robt. A. Hatcher, of New Madrid; D. E. Perryman. of Washington; Beiij. Tompkins, of Cooper; John S. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW Thursday Morning, October 28, 1852. The Election. The great battle comes off next Tuesday, and before this paper reaches the hands of many of its readers, they will have voted, and the contest will be decided. It is too late to talk for effect. Hut it is not too late for every voter who sees this to remember that it is his duty, as well as iiis privilege, to vote. We hope no friend oi" (Jen. Scott will fail to be at the polls and cast his vote. Particularly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 October 1852

I GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1852. THE TIMES. runijc M-nhiM.. Hon. John G. Miller will ad dress the citizens of Howard coun ty at Fayette NEXT SATURDAY, the 30th instant. FOR ONE DAY ONLY! Voters I remember the Presidential Elec lion takes place, on Tuesday November lhelc econd and continues for one day only! Election Retuns. We desire our friends in the adjoining counties to send us the result of the election, as soon as ascertained. Death of Mr. Wehster. Damei. Webster is dead ! Ho died al his residence, Marshfield, on Sunday morn ing last, at 3 o'clock. He had been indi posed for some days, and the 'telegraphic reports had prepared the public mind for the worst. The late hour at which we received the news, leaves us only time to make the sim ple announcement: an announcement which will carry sorrow to the bosoms of thou sands. Truly the great lights of our coun try are passing away, and we can but hopi that "He who doeth all things well," will raise up ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1852. Tbe Wronga of Women. To tisk Cor money is one of lliem wry i inoyiggyjry inconvenient, and sometimes pvMtirwjr dis ic-iii). To insist on knowing where we spend our leisure. especially to ask a member of our Club whether we were there on a par ticular night, when we have already assur ed them of the fact. To be sure to wake and look at thoir wa eh on our return from every committee meeting. To ask nur counsel 0:1 points of difficulty pertain ng purely to the kitchen or the nur sery. To have cold dinners when hot ones are o milch 'miter tor our spirits. To make such n terrible row. if we hap pen to w ipe our pen on the old linen giblets ' that are always around, and wltich they generally prove to be their best handker chiefs or collars in a half manufactured s'l'M. To leave their neek-i iblions. laee nnder sleevcs. &c, on our book shelve, (a lini v r ;vl n tt r o'c m d; in .) To hac such a taste for music, that the) niu-t h...

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

t lle t kip une mimm m mnrnt mntwrnt mmmmi Am msmi mmimm, VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1852. NO. 36. vL CABINET MAKERS. fL T II U h N f' Water Street, Glasgow. 'T 1 I I I 'j I II I , i 1 Si MM . M.-4 M JM -1-IJL. fV Hater Street, Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kinds of Fijbnitubk. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Melalic Coffins kept constantly on end. FS" Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2. 1852. CARD ' DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &C, i.c. Office next door to Dr. V's. residence. August 7, 1851. A. SATAE, DEALER IS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Jlu . Caps, Hard awl. Qurensware, Xails, tjc., WHTEM ITtEtr, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BO AROMAS', Attorney at Lav, Limwtu, Linn County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi es, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 November 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1852. i if i 1 II I urn lo CfTY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, November 4, 1852. The Result in Howard. The diction PD TmkUlJ created loss excitement than nnj Presidential election the 'oldest Inhabitant" can call to mind. We nave no! the official vote, :md will give no tabular Statement until it is received. The whole nunbef of votes east was about six teen hundred, of which the Pierce Electorul ticket received n majority of about 80, The number of votes cast, is somewhat larger than was cast at the August election, which, considering the absence of any thing like the excitement that then pre vailed, will doubtless astonish many. The excess can be accounted lor, in part, if not wholly, nt this precinct, as a considera ble number of persons voted here who re side in Saline and Dinrilon: and so far as our observation extended, they were mostly democrats. The result is as favorable to the whig! as we anticipated, and leaves cur opponen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 November 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBERS, 1852. THE TIMES. 3rj The election in this precinct passed off very quietly. The vote stood 220 for Pierce; 167 for Scott, giving the former a majority of 53. The combined vote at the last election, compared with the vote be tween Miller and Green, in August, shows on increase of 55 votes. This was caused by a number of persons from Chariton and Balinc counties voting at this place. For Circuit Attorney, Mr. Garey leads Prewitt 10 votes. JEThe American Whig Review for November, is on our table. It is embel lished with a portrait of Hon. Truman Smith, Senator from Connecticut. The political articles of this number, are very able, but were too late in reaching the West. We commend this work to our readers. Three Dollars in advance. Address Cham pion Bissell, 120, Nassau street, New York. 5fjfTlie river has risen several feet in the last few days and is still rising. Dirn. We learn from Mr. F. M. Mc Lean, of Randolph county, who has jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 November 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1862. FARE THEB WELL. Part the well, tar the well. Meal beautiful of osrthly thing, I will not hid thy spirit stay, Not link to earth those glittering wingi, That burst like pght away I I know that thou art gone to dwell In the sunny homo of the fresh-day beam, Before decay's unpityiug tread llnth crept upon the dearest dream That ever came and flad: Fare thee well, fare thee well; And go thy way, all pure and fair, Into the starry firmament; And wander there with the spirits of air, As bright and innocent. Fare thee well, fire thee well I Strange feet will be upon thy clay, And never stop to sisrh or sorrow ; Yet many weep for thee to-day, And one will weep to-morrow: Alas ! that melancholy knell Shall often wake rny wondering ear. And thou shalt greet me for a while. Too beautiful to make me fear, Too sad to make me smile ! Fare thee well, fare thee well! I know that heaven for thee is won ( And yet 1 feel I would resign Whole ag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 November 1852

limc VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1852. NO. :37. i TALLY & MATTIlF.WS, Vk CABINET MAKERS. s HVifcr Street, Glasgow. Will make to order, iti the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all 1 kinds of Furniture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. j Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on J band. CJ" Shop second door above the Post Office. j September 2, 1852. CARD. Doctors' vaughan & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &.c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August", 1851. F. A. SlV.MiE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DEY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, jyf Caps, m aiut QuttMwartj Xails, fyc, WATER STREET, OLASOOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at law, Linneus. Linn County. Mo. ILL continue the practice of the Law. in Linn and the adKMnirur counties. All busi- entrusted to his care will receive prompt at tention. April 8, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALER IN Foreign and Domest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 November 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1852. THE TIMES, CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, November 11, 1852. The Result. We presume most of our readers know llie result of the rloetinn. For thoe that do not know it, w e have but little to say. At present writing, Gen. Scott seems to hnve carried but three states, viz: Massa chusetts. Vermont, and Kentucky. There is some doubt about Tennessee, but the chances arc in favor of Pierce. The Whips are more thoroughly, decided- ! ly, emphatically, and wholly used up than any party ever was, at any clectian. at least within our knowledge. We arc beaten worse than we beat the democracy in 18-10. As to the causes of this overwhelming de feat, we have nothing to sav at present. When the full vole is in, and the surprise, not to say mortification of defeat has become somewhat blunted, this subject may be looked into. One feature strikes every observer. The democracy neither act nor look like they had achieved a great victory, nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 November 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1852. THE TIMES. Elder Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia, will pronch in Fay ette, on Saturday anil Sunday, 20th and 21st instant. Circuit Attorney. Mr. Robert T. Prewitt is elected Circuit Attorney in this District, by a handsome majority. Mr. P., though a yeun man, is well rend in his profession, and in a few years will have but few superiors. The vote in this county, where he has been raised, is very flattering indeed. Wo congratulate the people of the District upon the election ol one so well qualified. Daouerreotytes. Benson, the Daguer rean, has rooms at the Glasgow House, and is prepared to accommodate customers in his superior style. Give him a call. Daily Pater. The Jefferson Inquirer is to be issued daily during the approaching session of the Legislature, and will con tain full and accurate reports of the proceed ings of both Houses. Painting's. Wc understand Mr. Geo. C. Binoham will visit our city in a short time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 November 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1852. FVnm In Dublin Pniveisii) Magaiine. MEMORY. oft II rays of sunlight stealing On the dying day; f wret, ai chitaes of low bells pealing, When eve faciei away ; Sad as winds at night that moan Through the heath o.er mountiins lone, Come he thought! of days now gone On manhood'.- memory. Aj the sunbeams from the heaven Hide at eve their light ; As the bells, when fades the even. Peal not on the night ; As the night-winds eeasc to sigh Whet: the rain falls from the sky. Pass the thoughts of days gone by From age's memory. Yet the sunlight in the morning Forth again shall break. And the bells give sweet-voiced warning To the world to wake. Soon the winds shall freshly breathe O'er the mountain's purple heath ; But the Past is lost in Death He hath no memory. Incident of the Battle of New Orleans. A British officer, who was in the buttle of New Orleans, meutiuni an incident of thrilling; strangeness, and very (iesceptive of the We...

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