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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 15 June 1865

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Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 15 June 1865

tljjc"$j0foarlr Sink. Franrii M. Taylor, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. O v THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 18G5. THE "HOWARD UUION." With tli i s issue I begin tha regular pub licalion of a weekly paper in Glasgow, en tilled The Howard Unioh. As its name indicates, it will be zealously devoted to the cause of the Union, believing that the people never oommitted a graver political sin than when Ihey allied themselves with Treason and Rebellion. But a brighter dny is dawning. The success of the Fede ral arms, and the return of reason and re flection to an Intelligent people, will soon work out their natural and booeficcnt re suits. As a consequonce, a speedy return to the peaceful end industrial pursuits of life may at once be expected and in lieu of the destructive implements of war will be substituted those of the husbandman, the mechanic, and the business man. With this great end accomplished, the permanent prosperity and peace of our people will be secured, and they will then fully reali...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 15 June 1865

T Georqi Hi Tatom, Esq., ttill continues hit Grocery and Steamboat Agcney buni hen on Water street. ' He has exoellcnt facilities for the' transaction of hit business, and by making his purchases at a favora ble itage oftha ourrency market, It enabled to sell hit goods at Idw rates. See adver tisement. ' 1 ' . : The Mnsonic frnlcrnlty of Huntsvilie will cele brate the anniversary of the birth of St. John on the 24th inst. The Grand Master of the State is expected to be present and deliver the address. Ample arrangetaehts for the dinner and refresh ments have been made by the committee ef ar rangements. All affiliated muster masons are cordially invited to be present. . S3 The Union Army after ita perma nent re-organization will consist of our army corps, of -40,000 each, one corps o regulars, one corps of white volunteers, end two corps colored. The four organi zations will be complete in themselves, with cavalry, artillery and infantry in prop er proportions. . . , The GbeAtest Acc...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 15 June 1865

THE AMNESTY PROCLAMATION. 1 A Proclamation by tht President of the United Statu of America. Whereat, The President of the United States, on tht 8lh of December, 1863, end on the 2Glh day of March, 1864, did, with the object of suppressing the cutting re bellion, end to induce til persons to return to their loyalty, end to restore the suthnrily f the United States, issue t proclamation, offering amnesty and pardon to certain per loni who had directiy, or by implication, en gaged in the aaid rebellion, and nhtrtai, Many persons who had engag ed in the aaid rebellion, have, since the is suance of aaid proclamation, failed or neg lected to take the benefits offered thereby, and - Whertat, Many persons who have been justly deprived of all claim to amnesty and pardon thereunder, by reason of their par ticipation directly or by Implication, in said rebellion, end continued hostility to the Government of the United States, sinco the date of said proclamation, now desire to apply for and obt...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 22 June 1865

1 liifi "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT If." JirrimseiT. VOLtTME I. GLASGTOAV, MISSOURI, JTHsTE 22, 1865, ISTtTMBER 2. . - (' x PROSPECTUS !THE HOWARD UNION. v r i The undersigned having purchased the 'Times' printing Establishment, proposes the regular pub lication of t new paper in Glasgow, called The Howaid Union. To the State and National Ad kulnistrationa in their efforts to wipe out the laat trace of the rebellion, restore the union of the States, end secure the return once more of peace end prosperity to the people, it will yield I cor HU1 end hearty support. It will be as much of a local "ptper as possible, thereby specially adapt ing it to the wants of Its subscribers j and in addition, will contain a summary of all important Tents transpiring.' Determined to labor zealously to promote the Interests of the people of Howard and adjoining counties, and believing that a well-conducted pa par will be of utility and convenience to them, I respect...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 22 June 1865

V CONTINUED fROM VI KIT VAOK. To whom assessed, o r : : : hi-fi i I Steel, Robt lie nw 25 bl 14 40 same n ne 21 51 14 80 . v dame nw nw 31 61 14 40 Mc Henry, Thomaj nesw 29 62 14 40 Purkins, William nw se 29 62 14 40 same ne aw 29 62 14 40 same mw 29 62 14 40 same ' pt 1 ee 29 52 14 40 Johnson, Wm ee 9 52 14 80 Johnson, Wm sw 29 52 14 80 Kollins, James W (w A 2 48 19 73 20 same . ee fl 2 48 , 15 127 92 Bradley. James el nw 4 48 15 40 Klffin, Guss- , , ne 1 49 15 162 08 Rollins James S e 3 49 ' 19 13 80 Simpson Edward D pi ne 82 49 15 40 Huckally, Milly . hi 1 M 19 40 Cropp, Samuel sw se 11 51 15 40 same - ee sw 11 61 15 40 Huckally, Milly nenw 12 61 " 15 40 Cropp, Samuel nw ne 14 61 15 - 40 n same ;! nenw 14 51 15 - 40 , , Ridpeway. nw sw 24 61 15 40 Lesely, Sbelton lie ne 25 62 15 . 40 . Lynch, Neptune ne 25 62 15 80 same sw 29 62 15 160 same nw ne 29 62 15 ' 40 , same ' nw 29 ' 52 15 ' ' 160 same V ' Bene 29 - 52 15 40 ' Lessley, Shelton nwne 31 62 15 " 30 Lynch, Neptune ; ejnw 32...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 22 June 1865

unro rnww K - 'L-rT. . -.1 JYaitd Af. Taylor, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow. Mo; Thursday, June 22, isgs. We oommenoed , the publication or the Union two or three weeks earlier than we had t first contemplated. To get out the first iitue we had the extra assistance of soldier printer. Last Week tie was order' dered to another Post. Thus deprived of neosary help we hare been compelled to "double" couple columns, without which we oould not bare got out the paper. . sneriff Jackson draws heavily upon bur space with the County delinquent list i Those having real estate thus advertised had better be prompt in "settling up," for by a late law of the Legislature negligenoe in this respect will endanger tho loss of such real estate. See to this matter, at once, delinquents! They are getting up a party of 120 men at Leaveuworth to start "a buffalo drive," about the 10th of August. Each man is to furnish his own horse, arms, perscnal outfit and $200. They propose to go upon the plains, "driv...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 22 June 1865

THE IHEBRIATE. n He stood terming upon broVen gate in front of miaerotile dwcjling. Ilii tatter ed bit wb in hii lisnJ, tnd the cool breeze lifted the matted looki which covered hit once tuibte brow. Hia countenanoe was bloated end disfigured, but in hit eye there was an unwonted look a mingled exprei tiou of sadness end regret. Terliapt he wa listening to the low, melancholy voice of hi i wife, as the soothed the sick babe on her bosom or perhaps he was gazing Upon the sweet fnce of his eldest daughter as at the window she plied her needle to obtain for her mother and the poor children a scanty sustenance. Poor Mary 1 for her self she cared not J young as she was, her spirit was already crushed by poverty, un kindness end neglect. As the inebriate thus stood, his eyes wondered over the mis erable habitation before him. The win dows were broken end the doors hingeless, scarce a vestige of comfort remained; yet memory bore him back to the days of his youth, when it was the abode of p...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 29 June 1865

f m ISlIK ' p- ,l l l r 'Ji .; 4 'ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON : IS - LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT."3ttri:x. VOLUME I. aLAsaow, missoxjxii, tTuisrE 29, lses. 'At ' ' IP.ALY UP. . feOON, BOSTWICK & CO. ALL those indebted to the firm of BOON, BOHTWICK t CO., either by note or ac count, are notified to come forward immedia'ely and pay up, u longer indulgence cannot be riven. k JAMES F1T2PAXKICK, Aeent. June 15, 5 4mi 0. J. ROPER, JJRUGGIST AND" APOTHECARY, KfeEPS constantly on hand all kinds of n ... JJr!ls Medicine., Paints, Oils, Dye V? bluffs. Patent Medicines,: Toilet and Fancy tjL Articles, etc.. Ac, usually kept in first class countrtr Drug Stores, -which he will sell on liberal terms to his customer. Give me a call. Store room on First Btrect, Glasgow, Mo., at the old o.unn ui , ii. nulla, June 15, 1866, r JAMES FITZPATniCK, , LICENSED AUCTIONEER, GLASGOW, MO.. WILL give his attention to collecting NOTES and ACCOUNTS. Will also advance money on the same if desired. "-H...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 29 June 1865

re )otonv Wmi fiancij M. Taylor, Rlitor and Pmprk'or. OlaSROW, Mo. .THURSDAY, JUNE '29, 1805. Tlisre U a great demand fur laborers in this community. Dunns the war, our place was at a standstill so fur os any pin gress was concerned. In fnotj it received a decided set-back by the disastrous fire diring the Lattle, involving the loss of over fiftcon puhlio and private buildings. There being little or no demand lor mechanics and laborers, (hey sought cm ploy in nt else where. Now thenspcot of uiTairs is changed. Business lias revived, and a spirit of en terprise,, activity and bunynnoy prevails. Excellent wages and constant employment can now be obtained. Our people stand in 6rcat nced f such assistance, and all who will como will advance their own interests thereby. Carpenters, briult ma sons, and day-laborers, particularly wanted, but all others con find profitable employment. THE MACON TIKES. , The first number of this paper has made' its appearance, issued in Silicon, wo. n is edi...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 29 June 1865

For the Howard Union. To th Memory of Samuel and Aaron Steiumetz. , A TKIBUTt FROM A COMRADE. In the dusky eray Of the break of day, On the Fifteenth of October, Joe Shelby's corps, From the other ahore, A shell with a craiih aent over , The welkin rung Aa the missile sung ' Its song of carnage to the village And the women'j shriek Along the creek Told this town was doomed to pillage. A voice through the din Cried out, "fall in I 'Twas Steinmctz his company forming ! "Quick I forward, men 1" , Was heard from him then, As he charged to repel the storming. Inch by Inch he fell Backward to the trench. Such sons a nation takes delight in Brave Sam fell dead, His life's blood bled, And Aaron fell beside him fighting. They sleep 'neath the sod They often had trod, The sleep that knows no waking. Those gallant boys, Their parents' joys, But the dawn of manhood breaking ! On the side of the hi)!, They lay cold and still, Where the winds through the trees doth rattle, And the snow and sleet ...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 29 June 1865

i ? t i, i i . 1 ILo Policy ci the President in Becon-J ginff t0 tie Navy Depnrltrrnt within IimitK, end jml into operation nil the nets of Congress In reliilion to nnviil hf fuirs having application to'said Slate. Seventh. That the Secretary of the In terior Department tint in foroe the Inws re luting to that department, applicable to the geographical limits aforesaid. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand Mid cntisei! tlio seal of the I'nitcil States to he. affixed. Doue nt ihe city of ViVhirtf-len this 13th Jay of June, A. IX lu! of the Indo- '.ctulenco of the United States the f-'Sllh. (Signed.) AKDKKW JOHNSON. Iy the rrcni.letit ; IVm. H. Stsw-'nn, Snrrctnry of Slntn. stiuctiffn. Now lh.it the war is over, the work of reconstruction is the most important that engages the attention of the Federal tiov crnnicui. As the nimcxeil Proclumutioii el rren-'cnt J il nson, In regard to this subject i'l T IN : .cipj i- loiditlcts embraces the same -'V-'y.Y. r.t will . n,i.te.l ...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 13 July 1865

lift "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT r."-Jrrtmoif. VOLUME I. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, JULY 13, 1865. ISTUMBIilR 5. OUR OWN CONSEQUENCE. We think of our own consequence; our talents, our entertainment!. We think what a breach will be made when we die. We think of the mourners who vill gather around ui with broken hearti. We think of the aolemn, ead procession that will go with us to the tomb: forgetting how seldom it is that the hearts of any considerable pro portion in a funeral procession are serious end aolemn at all, or care anything about the dead. We look at our own affairs and press them forward, as if every thing else should give way to them, and es if the world had no interest - so "great that they may not be required to yield to our oonve nienoe; Now, -how contrary all this is to truth and reality, it is hardly necessary to at tempt to show. Few will care about it when we die; and the world nt large will care nothing, and know nothing about it. A ...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 13 July 1865

- I J Ce, Dufeart Pinion. fVoacit SU 7'aylor, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. 'THURSDAY,' JULY 13, 18G5. Tho trial of the Assassins of President Lincoln has bekn concluded. Pour of them wefe sentenced to be hung s David . liar old, George A. Atzerolt, Lewi Poyne and Ml . Mary E. Surralt, wliich sentence was carried out on Friday In at , at Washington City, Four others were found guilty accessories, and sentenced to imprisonment ai followi : O'Ltutghlin. to hard labor for life; Edward Spongier, at Iinrd labor for tix years, Samuel Arno'd and Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, ai hard labor for ,iil'e The New Constitution. The official result of the election has been duly announced by Governor Flelcher. The official majorl'y was 1862 votes. The St. Louis Democrat says there were some votes cast in its favor that were thrown aside, ow ing to some legul informality, that would have increased the majority to over 2,000. , The majority, however, is sufficient for oil practical purposes. It is now th...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 13 July 1865

ijjtl f, I . Il THE OCEAN BOTTOM. Mr. Green, the famous diver, tellt sin gular tloriet of hit adventures when mak ing search in the deep woteri of the ocean. He give pome new sketches i t what he saw al the "Silver Bank," near Huyti: "The banks of the coral, on which my divings were made, are about forty milet in length, and from ten to twelve in breath. On thii bank of coral is presented in the diver one of the most beautiful and sublime scenes the eye ever beheld. The water varies from teu to one hundred feet in depth, and it to clear that the diver can ee from two to three hundred leet, when submerged, with but little or no obstruc tion to the tight. The bottom of the ocean in many places tt as smooth as a marble floor; in others it it itudded with coral oolumnt from ten to one hundred feet in height, and Irom one to eighty feet in diameter. The tops ol Ihose'innre lofty support s myriad of pyrl lnidal pedants, each lorming a myriad mure, giving the reality to the imaginary abode...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 13 July 1865

THE OLD FARMER'S ELEGY. FROM Till KNICKERBOCKER. On green grassy knoll, by the banks of 111 brook, , 1 hat 10 long and so often his watered his flock, The old farmer rests in his long and last sleep, While the w o.ters a low, lisping lullaby keepj He has ploughed his last furrow, has reaped his last grain. No morn shall awake him to labor again The blue bird sings sweet on the gsy maple bongli, Its warbling oft cheered hiui, while holding the plough i And the robbins above him hop light on the mould, For he fed them with rrumbs when the season was cold 1 He has ploughed his last furrow, has reaped his lust grain, No morn shall awake him to labor again. Yon tree that with fragrance is filling the air, So rich with its blossom;, so thrifty and fair, By his ownhand was planted, and well did he say, It would live when its planter hat mouldered awayj He has ploughed his last furrow, has reaped his last grain, No morn shall awake him to labor again. There's the welt that he dug, with the ...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 20 July 1865

mmmrn ..Mum- mi imwwiii .. n ---inn,!,-,,, , . mm mmm ummm mwh.!,,,,.!,,,, ! , iiiiiMiMmnn MM w i i,m mtli mm iww""1! "ERROR CEASES to BE DANGEROUS WIIEK REASON" IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jurmsos VOLUME I. QLA-SGrCTVV, MISSOURI, JULY SO, 1865. SOCIAL CONDITION OF THE SOUTH. Inside View of Affair, in Alabama Reb el and Federal Fraternize With Each Other Reign of Terror Among the Original Secessionist!. &o. The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser ny : The following extract of a letter recently received by gentlemen of this city from Dr. Hunt, formerly one of tbe editors of this taper, and now Surgeon in the army, has been kindly furnished us for publication : HiADq'as 1st Dir. 16th Army Corps, Selma, Ala., June 7, 1SG5. This region, you know, is the heart of the sfaveocraey. Estates are large, lands fertile, and the blacks constitute about two thirds of the population. It had entirely es caped the horrors of war. The poor whites were all forced into the war; the rich staid at home in ...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 20 July 1865

.:if'-.jw,-!.wj Francis Jf, Taylor, Editor and Proprietor THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1S05. Nichols Voting. On the first page we publish an artiote in relation (o negro suffrage from a Massachusetts paper. The writer of the artiote though evidently in favor of the negro voting everywhere, show Up in practioal and common tense roomier the urrant hypocrirsy of those Northern politicians who are so clamorous for the negro voting in the late Slave States, while their own States refuse this privilege Got. Sharkey ' Proclamation' Gov. Sharkey says, in his document, issued at the capital ol Mississippi, 011 the 1st day of July : ' ". j - The people of tile Southern Slat were in rebellion; the President of (lie ijniled From the Cincinnati Enquirer. Senator Sumner Has an Interview with the President He comet away with, a . Flea in his Ear. . A friend at Washington assures us that a few weeks since an interview took place ! States had a right to presori'ue .leviis ofbetween Presidont Johnson and Senat...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 20 July 1865

Ik A Key to the President'! Policy. On the day of the assembling of the re cent Slate Convention of Ohio, there appear ed in the State Journal, ot Columbus, letter, written by a. prominent delegate to that conven'ion, and which, in the clearest From the New York Tribuno. "Ennninp" Off" Returned Hebels. SOUTHERN INDUSTRY. We regret to learn from severnl counties The bugaboos, io industriously circulated of the State that in some neighborhoods through many of our journals, importing that young men from Missouri, who joined the the necrroes refuse to Work that the mas- rebel army end have since!relurhed, under i ters decline or are unable to employ them , pledges from our Government Hint they end most direct Innoiinue. sell forth the that the fields consequently stand unculli snouiil ue unmolested, Have been perempto policies of President Johnson on the ones- vated that hence there is great dnnger of rily ordered off, end in many cases have tionofrehabitation in the South. The Lou. gen...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 20 July 1865

ELECTED ro THE "tTNlOX." 117 HOME 13 IK HEAVEN. My home Is in Heaven, my rest Is not here Then why should I murmur when trials are near? Be hushed, my dark spirit, the worst that can come But shortens thy journey and hastens thee home. It is not for me to be seeking my bliss, And building my hopes in a region I ke this I look for a city wh-ch hands have not piled I pant for a country by sin undefiled. The thorn and the thistle around me may j.owj J would no. lie down upon roses below i I ssk not a portion, I seek not my rest, Till I find them foicver on Jesus' brei.it. Afllietiors may damp me, but cannot destroy; One glimpse of his love turns them all into joy ! And the bitteiosl tears, if he smile but on them, Like dew in .he sunshine, turn diamond or gem. Let doubt, then, and daii;e'', my prog.esa op nose, They only make Heaven more sweet at ilie close i Come joy, or come sonow, whate'er may befall, One hour with my God will make up for it all. A snip on my baek, and a stuff in my...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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