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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 7 September 1865

, . j . , . "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT TV' JrrrEasos. VOLUME I. GKLASQOW, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 7, 1865. ISTTJMI3En 13: THE WAY TO SAVE MONEY BUY YOUR GOODS OP HARVEY &, THORPE, GLASGOW, MO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Pliipps' old y-'wi' .stand.),,:;" : fTmE subscribers take pleasure in informing jl me citizens or Howard and surrounding counties that they have now on hand a Splendid Assortment OF All Descriptions of merchandise, and flatter themselves that they can meet all de mands their friends may make upon them both as lo tne quality or meir goods and CHEAPNESS OP PRICE, as will effectually defy competition, and ihsilre luu saiisiacnon to tneir customers, uive us a call and satisfy yourselves. Respectfully sub' milted. ITARVEY & THORPE. Glasgow, Mo., July 6, 1R65. MILL NOTICE, mHE undersigned have their Grist Mill in the J best of order. Are prepared to grind for the public on luesdays aim Saturdays of each ...

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. — 7 September 1865

Cjje gjofonrb Slnum. Francit M. Tujior, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 18G5. a ?! 43 o K 6 ! h.,2 a r; X a 2 a c S - Ill'' a J ' ' ? o 1 1 w Cf. W r 5jS2 5. "3 The Mount Pleasant District Association of United IinptifU was held with the clniroh at Mt. Moriah, some live miles west of Fayette, in this county, beginning on Sat urday last. It concluded its luburs on Mondoy last. Quite a number or preachers were in attendance, and on Sunday an unusually large congregation was present. Col. William A. Wilson died at the Mis souri Hotel, in Marshal, on the 28lh ult., after a Gainful illness of more than three weeks of typhoid fever. The deceased was an old and valued citizen of Saline county. The trial of Captain Wirtz, the com mandant of the Andersonville (rebel) prison, where it is estimated that near 10, 000 Federal prisoners were starved, frozen, or otherwise shamefully put to death, is still progressing in Washington City, before a military commission. His coun...

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. — 7 September 1865

A Wife in Trouble. j f'Prnjrlell me, my dear, what it the cause of those tears ?" 't) nuoh a disgrace I" "What U it my dear, don't keep me in suspense?" "O, I have opensd one of your letters, supposing it to be addressed to myself. Certainly it looked more like Mrs. than Mr." 'It that all f What harm can there be in ft wile opening her husband's letter ?" "No harm in the thing itself, but the con tents. Such a disgrace I " Who has dared to write me a letter unfit to be read by mv wile t" "Oh, no, it is oouched in the most chaste and beautiful language. But the contents 1 the contents 1" Here the wife buried her face In her handkerchief and oommenced sobbing aloud while her husband eagerly caught up the letter and commenced reading the epistle that had nearly broken his wile's heart. It was a bill from the printer for two year's subscription to the town paper. He "settled up," and pays for his paper in advanoe herealier. Protracted Mkitino. A protracted meeting commenced at Blanket G...

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. — 7 September 1865

President Johnson's Southern Policy h9 Authorized Gen. Tamer to set Aside the Richmond Election, lion. S henck, in recent able speech n! Cliillicothe, Ohio, mude the following inter esting statement relative tu tlie policy of the President: The President might have held the rebel lious Slates in military subjection s a con quered people, until satisfied of their entire loyally, end until rtiiistiitcd in their former positions by legislative action; or lio miptit liove withdrawn the military lorce altcgetli cr, and left them to exercise their civil luna tions locally and in their relations to the other States. I-'ruin tiio start there were objections to ench of these courses, and the President combined them, holding a military force over them nt the Mine lime thai he al lowed them to reinstnto liieir civil powers, mm begin sgiiiu tlie exercise ol their loyal junctions. This latter privilege, however, was only nn experiment, and the speaker assured his hearers that President Johnson s...

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. — 14 September 1865

rv :-- ini i 1.1 i, --.--. '"""Ll lllli;j!L',M'M"M,",l'M,,'!!!LJJl!l!L .i.wn UIMIIIIMWIH1.HI1m a. H.1LJM1H .Jl IU'.IU.. I..m m ,, ,,,,,, "ERROR CEASES TO BE DAJVGEROVS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT 77'-jErrtas01. VOLUME I. THE WAY TO SAVE MONEY IS TO BUY YOUR GOODS OF HARVEY k THORPE, GLASGOW, BIO., (On First Street, two doors above the Post Office, at Phipps' old stand.) .. THE subscribers take pleasure in informing the citizens o Howard and surrounding ceuaties that they have now on hand a Splendid Assortment OF All Descriptions of Merchandise, and flatter themselves that they can meet nil de mands their friends may make upon thein both as to the quality of their goods and CHEAPNESS OP PRICE, as will effectually defy competition, and insure full satisfaction to their customers. Give us a tall and satisfy yourselves. Respectfully sub mitted. IIARVEY & TIIOHPE. Glasgow, Mo., July 6, 1805. r if I MILL NOTICE, THE undersigned have their Grist Mill in the best of order. Are pr...

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. — 14 September 1865

.Y'; fTTT & Franeit M. Taylor, i'. Iitur ami I'rpprictor. Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, "SEPT. 11, 18G5. Tbo examination of Finlcy and Johnson, tho two men whoso arrest wti noticed last week on tho cliargo of horse stealing re sulted in Johnson bring released ond Finlcy being bound over in the sum of $G00 to answer nt tho next term of our Circuit Court. Another charge for robbery of Fielding Shipp, of this oouity, in 1BG3, was also prelerrcd against Finlcy. On this he was Dounu over in me sum ol stsuu to answer at our next Circuit Court. He gave bail in both cases. See advertisement of Mr. Louts Fisciiin in another column. He is a skillful work man, with many years practical experience in the Tailoring Business. He also keeps on hand the best description of Goods for Gciitteman's wear. From the appearance of tho columni of tho Woston "Border Times," it would seem that the Sheriff is about to sell a good por tion of that oounty out for debt some mm closely printed columns of that paper ...

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. — 14 September 1865

. -4 jea An Appalling Explosion An Ammuni tion Train Blown Up Twelve Cars Destroyed Three Lives Lost Mar velous Escape of Others. From tlie Nashville Times. Yesterday morning about half-post eleven o'clock, a train of twenty oars from this city Id Jolinsonville, was blown to atoms about seven miles out on the North western Railroad. The t ruin was com posed ol twelve cars besides the engine end tender; nine of the oars were loaded with powder ana ammunition, another was an express cor and contained freight, end tho other caboose car e few passengers. Just as (ho train was nearing tho seven mile tank, crossing an embankment anu just entering a cutting, a spnencai Biieil, prouably care lessly packed, exploded, and in tin instant an explosion eusued which shook the Cap ltol, and made the earth tremble for miles around. There were probably eighty tons of ammunition in the cars, and the shock can be imagined better than it car. be described. There wero three persons kill eci ouirigm uoue...

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. — 14 September 1865

HOW LOUIS NAPOLEON BECAME EMPEROR. In th beginning of 1851 France was till republio, with Prince Charles Louii Napoleon Bonaparte for its President; but the constitution ol 1848 had struck no root. A conviotion was gaining ground that a monarchical form of government was the only one really adapted to the nation; and of this conviction the Prince President was secretly preparing to take advantage. He first formed a plan to change the constitu tion of the government, with the assent of some of the leading generals and statesmen of the country; but his ability had not at that time been recognized by them, end he was disappointed. Thrown back upon his own resources, therefore, he began to make confidants and secure the assistance of men of a different class. He commenced with Count de Morny, a well known speculator, and resolute major named Fleury. The latter was a daring so'dier, a man who had squandered his fortune, and then, when every one con sidered him ruined, made his own way in...

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. — 21 September 1865

J fill . . .. . .. kfa 1 Clk r-fV Tk OK AIM 11 "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WIIEK REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Wensos. Volume i. QLA-SQCTWy MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 21, 1865. NUMBER 15. JKO. HARRISON THOS.C. BlliCB. RICH'B IARIOKSON. "RTRPTT i7 AttTfTTCfW P, PA .UA4.1.V.U) AJUAlAVAVUVil U VVi) Glasgow, Mo WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos itt, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessible points. OSS' Until our Banking-House is finished, our uiuce win De in me Duildi Western Bank. I June 22, 1865, 6m ing occupied by tlie PAPER WAREHOUSE. H. B. Graham & Bro., 88 Becond Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. Every kind of Paper on hand, and for sale at MILL PRICES, (freight wuucu. asii tvi luiuo. June 13, 4D1 PHILLIP YOST, MA-OHIISriST, Frankfort, Salliie County, Rio., REPAIRS every description of Machine, Agri cultural Implements, ic. at short notice and in a workmanlike manner. A lot of Singer's Sew ing Machines on hand, which will be disposed of at low r...

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. — 21 September 1865

CIjc gjnfoarb Slim Francis AC. Taylor, Editor ami Proprietor. ' Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 18G5. We direct the attention of all those wish ing to secure a most valuable tract of land to the advertisement of M An ion F. Hats, Adm'r. Tho tract lies near Glasgow, and is of a superior quality of soil, and eligibly located. It Is not often that better bargains oro offered at publio sale. Glasgow Female Seminary. This In stitution was re-openel on Monday last for the education of young ladies. Competent Teachers, of ample qualifications and expe rience, have been secured, and every effort will be mado by Mr. Srnoinrn to give full satisfaction to his patrons. Great Chance fob Bargains. The Hudson Town Company desiring to wind up their business, will offer at publio auction on Wednesday next) tit Macoi, all their re mainme unsold lots, some six or seven hundred in number. A great sale like this should attract the attention of specula tors. Macon is situated at the junction ol the Hann...

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. — 21 September 1865

THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH. How I lie States are to be Restored. The following ti a revised copy of the speech marie by President Jolitnon on Mon day, a, the interview accorded to the Hep reaentatives of nine Southern Stales : Giktlemkh I can only say, in reply to the remarks of your chairman, that I am highly gratified to receive the assurance lie has given me. They ere more than 1 could have expected under the circum stances. I must say I was unprepared to receive so numerous a delegation on thin occasion I U was unexpected ; i Had no idea it was to be so large, or represent so many Stales. When 1 expressed as I did my willingness to see at any time so many of you as choose to do me the honor to call Vpon me, and stated that I should be grati fied at receiving anv manifestation of rerrnrd '"" you might think proper to make, I was .-.n. i , i . lomiiy unprepared lor anjming equal to tne present demonstration. 1 am tree to say it excites in my mind feelings and emoliocs laneuace is tota...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 21 September 1865

THE GUANO SUPPLY. A recent leotureron Guano and the Gua no Islands, before the royal agricultural col lege, says : " It is now 22 or 23 years since the first crop of guano was imported from the Chincha Islands, on the coast of Peru. These islands comprise three rocks, the joint area of which is under three thou sand statute acres', and the quantity of guano still upon these rocks is commonly estimated nt fifteen millions of tons, valued ot more than one hundred millions ol mon ey." His brother had visited the Guillo Islands last year, and, as to the result we have the following statement : "His account of these islands is totally different from any I have yet seen published, for instead of the guano being exhausted in eight or ten years, which most writers assert, he says that the supply, comparatively spealiing, is Inexhaustible, the beds of guano being, in many places, more than one hundred feet thick, and two of the principal islands be ing yet untouched. On climbing the cliflV a...

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. — 28 September 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANQEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jbiteiuos. VOLUME I. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865. NUMBEE 16. JKO. 1ARRIS0.1 TDM. I. BUICB. RlCll'D IARICK80.1. BIRCH, EAMCKSON & CO., Glasgow, Mo. - t . -vv .. , , - . buy and tell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money add llrt collections at (11 accessible poind. Until our Bniiking-House la finished, our office will be in the building occupied by the Western Bank. June 22, 1865, 6m. PAPER WAREHOUSE. II. B. Graham.& Bro., 82 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. Every kind of p a p e n . en haml. and for sale at M ILL PRICF.&. ffreiirht added. Cash for BAGS. june 15, 4jin D. H. WITT E. M. SLOAN. J. A. THATCHER. PHILLIP YOST, MACHINIST, Frankfort, Saliuc Comity, iHo., REPAIRS every description of Machine, Agri cultural Implements, &c, at short notice anil in a workmanlike manner. A M of Singer's Ser ine Machine on hand) which will b disposed of at low rates. Frankfort, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 28 September 1865

-. Sjjc Jntoarb Pinion Francis H. Tay!or, EJitur ami Proprietor. . Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1SG5. Mnjnr Generals VV.T. Sherman and John' Fayette, Mo., Sept, 27th, 1SC5. Popa en J Governor Fletcher who were Fbitob Howard Union, Dear SW : In appointed a Commission by the North Mis- your Issue of the 21st inst., I notice myself souri Railroad Company to make the award announced ns candidate loi the Legislature or premiums offered by that Rnilroad Cum- j to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resig pany For th best plan Tor bridging the notion of Col Green. The announcement Missouri river at St. Charles, after exam- j was made without authority from me. ining the various plans offered, have made . Fleese state that it will be impossible for Having Business la nuenu to in Macon which demanded our personal attention, nud intending also lo go to St. Louis to pur chae our supply of winter printing mate rial; we are compelled to be obsc.it from our post for a week or ten days. We retu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 28 September 1865

From tlie St. Loui Republican. tHE END OF THE WORLD. Notwithstanding the expreit declaration bf Urn Savior, in foretelling his second ad vent and the end of tha world that "of that day and hour knowelh no man, no, not even the angels of heaven" there have in all ages been those who vainly attempt to be ''wise above what is written;" and in their interpretation nf the mysterious lun gunge of prophecy, they have from time to time confidently predicted the exnet year, month, and even day, "when all these things shall come to pass.' Repeatedly as tliey have proved to be falsa prophets, each gen eration sees new ones Brining, and they are never without tome deluded follower'. The last that we have heard of it Captain W. A. Baker, a British army officer of the Royal Bombay Engineers who has pub lished to the world a book bearing the title bf "The day and the Hour, or, Notes on Prophecy, a Sketch of the Future, extract ed from the Bible." This strange volume lias mst appeared in iMiolanu, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 28 September 1865

A TRIP THROUGH A DESERT. We extract from ft work entitled "Travcli in Central Asia;" by Arminius Vanberry, the following thrilling tit etch cf a trip through the sandy desert or Central Atia : After leaving thi hospitable sojourn, the caravan penetrated further and (U r l lie r the untrodden wilds of Central Asia, until they reached the sandy desert on the route to Bokhara. Here they were doomed to encounter the most dismal terrors. It was the month cf July. The first station brotlght them to sea of sand, extending as far as the eye can reach. On one side it was formed into high hills like waves lathed into that position by the storm. On the other si le, it was like the smooth waters of a still lake, serene'y rippled by tlie western wind. The camels end asses sank to their knees at every step. Not u bird was visible in the air; nut a worm or beetle upon the earih. The bones of those who had perished on the way, whitening in the sun, as they lay collected in heaps to guard (he march ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 5 October 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT r'Jirrimoit. VOLUME I. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 5, 1865. NUMBER 17. - 4 iHO. HARM MM THOt.l. BltlCH. ' Rich'D IIRICKSOS. ! BIRCH, EARICKSON & CO., Glasgow, Mo- WILL buy and tell Exchange, receive depos it!, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessible points. Kg" Until our Bnnking-Hous is finished, our office will be in the building; occupied by tht Western Bank. June 22, 1865, 6m. - PHILLIP MACHINIST, Frankfort, Saline County, No., REPAIRS every description of Machine, Agri cultural Implements, fcc, at short notice and in a workmanlike manner. A lot of Singer's Sew ing Machines on band, which will be disposed of at low rates. Frankfort, Mo., July 13, 1865 3m. PAPER WAREHOUSE. H. B. Graham & Bro., 82 Second Sheet, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. Every kind of P A P 13 II on hand, and for sale at MILL PRICES, (freight aaaea. v;asn ror kaus. June 10, 4 Jm O. Hi WITT. E. M. SLOAN. J. A. THATCHER, W...

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. — 5 October 1865

fcjic priuarb Pinion. Francis if. 2'uyor, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 18G5. We direct the attetilion of ihuse intending to "auction ofl " their properly, to the card of Cuabi.es F. iVnioiiT, Licenced Auc tioneer ot Roanoke. Mr. Wright has the tact and peculiuf fitness Tor this business tlint always insures article! . placed under his hammer to bring good prices. lie acted ns Government Auctioneer at Macon for the sale ol stock, and other proper'y, ami gave great siitislnclion. The Directors of the North Missouri" Raitroad have resolved to change the gauge if the road from 5 fect 6 inches to 4 feet Si inches, to conform to the gmige of the Hannibal and St. Joseph and the railroads of the States of Iowa, Kansos und Minne sola, all of which are 4 feet 8 inches. This change will be m.-.de at once if the Company can place three or four hundred thousand dollars of its first mnr'gnge bonds within the next ten days, as it Intends to j avail of a large sale of engin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 5 October 1865

Mulder Near Waverly. We learn that llie body of a man n found near Waverly one day last wek, and the evidence was overwhelming (hat he had been murdered, & there were marks of two bullet holea in hi face, and also the appearance that his throat had been cut. He wore black boat and a pair of black pants, under which were a pair of soldier's pants. The pockets had been rilled of their oontents. Lexington Express, Sept. 23rd. We ftfe told (hut a paper Was picked up hear tlie body of (he murdered man having on it (he name of John H. Stowner, (he name of a gentleman who passed through this place on Monday (he lllh inst., on his way westward. Stowner lived in Ohio, and was in Missouri looking at land with the View to purchase a home in this Stale. Our Informant traveled with him seven or c eight miles out upon the Lexington road, and in conversation with him ascertained that he had served In the Union army, and was with Sherman in the Ueorgia, South and North Carolina campaigns. It is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 5 October 1865

SOWING TIMOTHY. Those who have not Bowed their timothy should Jo o at once. Sow half a bushel to the acre. Harrow the ground thorough ly, to ai to get it in a powdered condition if possible before sowing. Then now, and draw a brush acro9, followed by the roller. A leval surface it what is wanted. In a drouth It is best la sow immediately o'ter plowing, io that the moist roil at once sprouts the feed and seta it growing. The The beat manure Tor timothy it wood ashea. Harrow in as toon ai the plow leaves. Leached ashea are also beneficial but best unbleached. Of course fine rotten manure of any kind will aid where the aoil ft not rich. Harrow in the same aa ashes; or the cultivcr may be used. Ashes and manure combined are best in poor aoil. In rich, manure ia not needed, though ashes seldom fail to benefit timothy. As this plant has a very large amount of potash. SOW WHEAT. The incessant rains in harvest time did great damage to the wheat crop throughout the Watt. But littte good whea...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
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