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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 12 October 1865

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT J77' Jsrrtusos. , . Li L- I. GLASGOW, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 12, 1865. NUMBER 18. JXO. HARRISON Tnoi. 1. BIRCH RICB'O BAMCKSOH. - BIRCn.EARlCKSON & CO., t i. 1 i i Glasgow, Mo i WILL buy and fell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at ill accessible points. J "Jty Until pur Bnnking-House is finished, office will be in the building occupied by PHILLIP YOST, MACHINIST, Frankfort, Saline County, Mo. , T) EPAIRS everv descrintlon of Machine. Ao-ri- IX cultural Implements. Ac. 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 rates. Frankfort, Mo., July 13, 1865 3m. June 22, 1865, kp our the D.H.WITT. K.M.SLOAN. J. A. THATCHCB. ' Witt, sloan & co,, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec ond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington av enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt per...

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. — 12 October 1865

LETTER FROM For Hie Onion." MEXICO. , I'Ynncis i). Taylor, Editor and Proprietor. G luow, to. . THURSDAY, "OCT,. 12, 18G5. pmwMmi sgiijimjiii misus ul1 "W" nimiiiwi iiu-nst , Soma enterprising - citizens of St. Lotm liove constructed., a grain elevator at tlit tipper end of the lauding, in that city. ThU is done to facilitate the handling of large quantities of grain in bulk, as the expense of handling it under the old system made large inroads into the margin for profits contuins 103 wheat bins, 05 feel in length with a storage capacity of 1,200,000 , bush els the largest of'sny'sunilar'eatablishtnem in the country. There are'twelve elevators 'inside and .two ouLul'e, with ' oapaolty ol taking Id 1,QOO,000 bdsli'els of grain it. twenty-four hours, and putting out the same number of bnshels at tho same time, The oily papers of St. Louis publish e call signed by many citizens of that city, for a mass Convention of the people of Mis eouri, to asscmblo in that place on Thurs. day, 2Gth...

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. — 12 October 1865

BMtfa.auuffumt.y. 'i 111 wiiiiiiiwp m A new society hai been launched, having for It object tbi greater diasemminalton o' the principles of the gospel among the masses of the' people'. 1 The New York Ob server haa the following concerning it: Three hundred then from varioue parti of the country, of nine different denomina tion!, met at Cleveland last week, with Chief Juatioe Chase presiding, and then fend there constituted a Commission of sixty to prosecute the work of evangelizing the masses. It it made the duty of the Com mission to collect and diffuse information adapted to stir up the hearts of Christians everywhere to inoreased activity in the re lief, resoue and sajvation of men; 16 sug gest methods which extended observation, Comparison and experience have proved best adapted to these various ends; as far as i possible to call forth and inorease the vol untary, unpaid services of individuals in the Master's vineyard; to devise plans for the training and employment of woman's ...

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. — 12 October 1865

Disturbance -Man Shot. After the close of the Fair on Wednesday evening end the return of the people lo town, young man by the name of Robert Bush, of Kentucky, took hit horse from the livery stable, end, crazed end exoited by liquor, mounted him nnd f'r a time terrified the people on Broadway by his outregous conduct. He rode furiously up the pave ment on one side of the street and crossing over rode down the other, hurrahing lor Jeff Davis, cursing and damning any man who wouldn't, end firing his pistol indis criminately at the people, great'y to the peril of their lives. He firtd at Airs. Perry Young snd her sister standing in the door of Mr. Perry Young's house, nt t negro man, and at the son of Miles Henley, a small boy not ten years old. On his re turn tip the pavement, nnd while passing the store of A. U. Newman, this drunken J . ! . r. .1 ,!.. I I.I . ucpi'uiuuu iuiliiu uui uiiii. lie uuiliu nui 111 Columbia shout for Jeff Davis through our streets asd fire upon our citizens...

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. — 19 October 1865

lo "ERROR CEASES TO . BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMSAT 77' jEirtRsos. Volume i. GLASGO"VV, MISSOURI, OCTOBER 19, 18G5. ISTTJMI3EI1 19. fao. lAnRtaon - thoi. i. birch. mcn'D earicksuk. BIRCH, EARICKSON & CO., ' i Glasgow, Mo. WILL btijr and celt Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessible points. Jffl" Until our Bnnking-House is finished, our office will be in the .building occupied by the Western Bonk.. ' June 22, 18(5, flm. ' " D. H. WITT. E.M.SLOAN. J. A. THATCHER. WITT, SLOAN & CO,, HLODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec ond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington av enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention given to Forwarding; Goods and Filling Ordrrs for all kinds of Merchandise ; also to sale of cot ornTobacco, Hemp, Bacon, Ac. fly Manufactured Tobacco always on hand. St7 Louis, June 22, 1865 lyr GLASGOW MARBLE YARD. PBAIER respectfully announces to the...

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. — 19 October 1865

mUJLJJIM1 HHffUUUiJ Jill I .'t-R'. W"S- Francis M. Taylor, Editor and PrcprUltr. Glasfjow, Mo: 'THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1805. At the solicitations of his friends, Mr JAMES E. HARVEY, of this place, lias consented become a Union candidate for the Legislature, to fill the vacancy occasion ed by the resignation of Col. C. H. Green. Mr. IUnvET is an old citizen or Howard having been born and raised in it. Ho is one of our most worthy citizens and is very favorably known throughout the county. From the begininj of the rebellion he 1ms been steadfastly a Union man, and thorough ly identified himself with that cause. He is a gentleman whom the Union men of Howard may well delight to honor. Governor Fletcher end Mr. Sturgeon; President of the North Mo. R R., addressed the citizens of Columbia on the 5th inst., on the subject of building a railroad from Col limbia to the North Missouri railroad. The distance is about twenty. one miles, and the estimated cost $-120,000. Mr. Sturgeon thought the co...

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. — 19 October 1865

At the city election in thii place on Monday last, Messrs. Alfred Foster and George E. Rose Were elected to fill the vacancies in the Council. We learn that the house of Mr, Koper, of thii place, caught fire this morning. The flames were gaining head way, but fortunately were extinguish ed before much damage was done. How the accident occurred, we are not nppris ed, but as this is the season for putting up stoves, etc., preparatory for winter's use, it would be well for all our citizens to carefully exnmine the flues In their houses, and see that they are safe. "Sta" mint send us her name before We can publish her lines. KANSAS RAILROADS. We have already announced the vote on the 12th September last in the comities of Dousing Osage, Lyons Anderson and Allen (Kansas) on the subject, of subscriptions to the Galveston Railroad and Emporia Branch. These energetic portions of a yours; and progressive Stole have taxed themselves with very large amounts for an important work, and exhibit i...

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. — 19 October 1865

1 Proclamation of tli e President Alex. U Stephens and Others Ordered Repeated. Washisotow, Oct. 11. The following was issued to day: Executive Orrice, CM. 11, 1865. Whereas, the following named persona, to-wit: Jon. A. Campbell, of Ala., Jon. (I. Reagan of Texas, Alex. II. Stephens, of Ga., Geo. A. Trenholm, of S. C, and Chaa. Clark, of Miss., lulely engaged in n rebel lion against the United Slate Government, who are now in close custody, have made their submission to the authority of the United Slates and applied to the President for pardon, under hit proclamation and, whereas, the authority ol the 1 edcral Gov crnment is sufficiently restored in the afore- soid States to admit of the enlnrgemeut of said persons 'Irom clnso custody, it is ordered they be released on giving their reapec'ive paroles to nppeir at such lime nnd place as the President may designate, to answer any charge that he mny direct le be preferred against them, and also that they will respectively abide, until ...

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. — 2 November 1865

1 J ... : ; "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT 17 "-JtrrERsoif ,..-!-.. ' ! )' VOLUME I. atiA-SGOAV, MISSOTTIII, :' NOYEMBEE 2, 1865. J0.AnI80! TR09. . SIKcn. Blck'D lARICKSOli. BIRCn, EARICKSON & CO., , ; Glasgow, ;,Mo WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collections at all accessible points. Jty Until our Bnnking-House is finished, our office will be in (he building occupied by the Western Bank. June 22, 1805, 6m. , ' - D.H.WITT. E. M. SLOAN. J. A . THATCH KB. WITT, SLOAN & CO, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec ond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington av enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention given to Forwarding Goods and Filling Orders for all kinds of Merchandise also to sale of cot ton, Tobacco, Hemp, Bacon, &c. AST Manufactured Tobacco always on hand. V bt. Louis, June 22, 1865 lyr GLASGOW MARBLE YARD. PHILLIP YOST, MACHINIST, Fr...

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. — 2 November 1865

ffljt )obarb Wmi i'ratid'j M. Tuylur, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. .fllCRSDAiW. 2, 18G.. Election Retcbns. We have not been able to cut n t!ie oflijial vole of tiie county, for Representative. We have heard from but two precincts; Fayette, Deatherage &7; Harvey 7; (ilasgow Harvey 75; Deather tao 35. VVe understand that Bunker Hill a:id Landn a k gave Mr. Harvey a m.-jni ty, but at all other precinct Mr. Deather age was ahead. THE NATIONAL flNANCES. Policy of Secretary McCulloch-A Re turn to Specie Payment! -Contraction the Only Means. ' .. . Special dispatch to tlio Cincinnati Gazette. Chicago, Oft. 12. I net you that pail nl' Hun. Hugh Mo Cul-tich's speech nl the bai-quot- given him lit Kurt Wnynr, lasl evening, which relates For the Howard Union. Mr. Taylor : At the request of several of our jmliiia, I addressed a communication to hi Honor, Mayor TlioniB, of St. Lnuia, to know what lotion St. Louis, cfunty had taken tn regard to the bounty cla'mi of volunteers and mil i...

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. — 2 November 1865

A$tleBlta, CcBMOKjr.ryA. Mssollic ivjSliJn lit witor'k, called Iho Lodge of Perfection, performed , a lingular cere mony last week a sort of imitation of ChrUtiawtaryisni'. 'it U described fol- l?!"'7(n,:: i7 ? -'': .( The members having entered In prnces. iliii. wart followed by. a party with six children, tome born on cushions and oilier led by 'sponsor and fifiretits a ; man lol lowing behind with the f tiered ititinglti 1 bl burning cnndlei. This cnmpan'y'innda three circuity eaoorted by (ha odRBi the Mason chanting praises. Then' advancing to the cast, they, stood .before the Grand Master, prayer, tons read and a hymn was sung. The orator then-addressed the sponsors and childrervadrnnnialmig thcrn to be true In thergielvos, .tbiir,. neighbors I their country and their God. Another prayer win then repeated. . A font of perfumed water stood "before the Grand Master., Taking each chlLJ"s"Kii)J) he immersed ( In 4he -water, repeating ita name and the words, "1 wash the with pure wa...

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. — 2 November 1865

r Correspondence of the Manchester Examiner. MUSCULAR CHRISTIANITY. In (he autumn of 1857 I uncut a few days in a cfimtry parsonage, anil on llie Sundry morning, nt breakfast, (he pastor's frifa received a letter, which her tillering tnld ui mutt be a tit-bit. Ha, uncle," eiolaimcd the, "here are clerical doings exactly to your taste." The writer, a Indy in distant country narrated that there had lately coma into (he next parish a new vicar a very fine young man, who at icliool had do superior either in Greek or in boxing' and who at the university won ' honors for his classics and his silver cup for his boat ing, lie was beginning in earnest the work of an evangelist among a Ions neK' Icteted, vicious and brutal people. He had B plan, and a will, but many worthy folks were fearing that his zeal was without knowledge or wisdom, at any rate. One of his first measures was to open a school in a remote part of the parih, and get the room licensed for week day preuching put all tho drunk...

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. — 16 November 1865

ill Q SI ' " ; ' "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT TVJerrEasos. 'n VOLTTMia I. . aLASGO-W, MISSOURI, NOVEMBER 16, 1865. NUMBER 23 80. HARBI80 fllOfl.B. BIRCH. HlCU'0 ARICKBOW. BIRCH. EAMCKSON & CO., Giasgov Mo WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and make collection! at all accessible points. SST Until our Banking-House is finished, our bffice will be in the building occupied by the Western Bank. June 22, 186S, 6m. . H. WITT. X. M. SLOAN. J. A. THATCHBH. ..,tr UITTLPIHIM B, Pfl PRODUCE AND .COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec ond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington av enue,) 8T. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention given to Forwarding Goods and Filling Orders for all kinds of Merchandise ) also to sale of cot ton, Tobacco, Hemp, Bacon, &e. flj Manufactured Tobacco always on hand, tit. Louis, June 22, 1865 lyr GLASGOW MARBLE YARD. PHILLIP YOST, -MACHINIST, Frankfort, Sa...

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. — 16 November 1865

ijijjjeiiisisx.usuissnMui! . - - i ft'"""1 fliwi Jlf. Taylor, Editor arid Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. THURSDAY, NOV. 1G, 18G5. Printer wanted at this office. Apply im mediately. . . . We learn from a citizen of Roanoke thai the location of the Western Branch of the North Missouri Railroad through Randolph county, is again an open question. If (lie people hiteested in t ho Roanoke route will . subscribe liberally they may yet get the Road.- The other route, wo bslieve, has subscribed the most money, but it rusts more to build it that way. Farmers and land-holders in this section should feel an interest in this matter, for by the Roanoke route the Kailrnad will be brought within six or seven miles of Glasgow. We return our thanks to Col. Denny, of the State Senate, for favors to tbis office. We learn that Mj. Jas. W, Lewis, liv in in the vicinity of this city, had seven hay stacks burned upon Tuesday night last about 8 o'clock. When discovered two stacks were burning, but with what help ...

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. — 16 November 1865

Execution of Wirz. WAsntHOTOR, Nov. 10. The exeoutinn of Ilsnrv VVirs), which took place at half pasl 10 o'clock this morning, possessed very little exoiling interest, end wii preceded by no remarkable inoidenU. The prisoner pent the most bf the night in slumber, first receiving hit spiritual adviser at six o'clock this morning. After partaking of a sligh meal, he spent the rest or the morning in writing letter. The Inst one he wrote " was to his cotinsfcl, thanking him for his kindness, end begging him to do all he could for his family. He also wfota his autograph for a curiosity seeker, adding to it hii rank in the rebel army. He had i brief interview with Captain Winder, con lined in the same prison, and who is a son of the rebel General Winder who had charge of rebel prisons. At a few minutes after 10, accompanied by two priests, and B guard of soldiers, the prisoner appeared in the prison yard, dressed in a robe of glazed black cot I on, His lip was firm, his face bright wilh l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 16 November 1865

the lotul do! it and interest due by (tlie Platte County railroad. The Norlh Missouri railroad, i liberal ly assisted by you at your last session has thus Tar failed to negotiate for the money to make the extension to the Iowa line, and to build the West Branch and the bridge at St. Charles. You have made the securities they are now offering the best ever put on the market by any road in this State. I have no doubt their value will toon be un derstood, and that the company will be pre- pared to commence the work at an early day. A prominent feature in the picture heretofore alluded to is the road which shall connect our railway system with that ol Iowa, and bring thence a tide of trade and travel to aid in pushing on the extension of cur roads to Southern connections. The Hannibal and' St. Joseph Railroad continues to mi'et the interest promptly on the $3,000,000 State bonds loaned for its const ruction. THE CHIOS PACIFIC RAILROAD is one of those works of stupendous mif nitudx desti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 23 November 1865

L.I . . I. ( "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." jErrEHsoif VOLUME I Glasgow, Missouri, November qs, 1865; ISTTJMBEil (ao. BAMusoir tdoi. a, mncH. nicu'D tARimsos. BIRCH, EAliICKSON & CO., Glasgow, Mo WILL buy and sell Exchange, receive depos - its, deal in Securities loon money and make collections at all accessible points. Jf-OT Untirour Bnnking-House u finished, our office will bain the building occupied, by the Western IJank. ' ...,.. . June 2, 18(15, Jfcnt. . , U. WlTf. r 8.71, SLOAW.. . I. . THATCHER. 1; -WltTiLUANfitCO., PRODUCEANiX 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec- tond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington v enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention given to Forwarding Goods and Filling Orders tor all kinds of Merchandise ; also to sale of cot ton, Tobacco, Hemp, Macon, &.C. f Manufactured Tobacco alurays on hand. St. Louis, June 22, 1805 lyr Arrival and Departure of mails. HOUTE 10,489, F...

Publication Title: Howard Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 23 November 1865

Fmuc'iM A. 71yor, Editor and Proprietor. Glasgow, Mo. -THURSDAY, NOV." 23, 1865. Tlie number (if desperadoes ond thieves have increased to Mich an extent in St. Louis, that Vigilance Committees nre talked of to remedy (he evil, the police lorce being inadequate. t Wasminotom News akd Gossti1. The Tribune' Washington special says! Judge Underwood has condemned Gov. Wise' personal property for ion lis cation. His re ul estate is not worth ti e formality. . 't ' It is snid that the President, on Monday, informed un cx Confcderaie general that it is not his present intention to pardon any more civil or military leaders of the re- bcllion. LinRAnr Association. We are grU Tie J to note that a pnject is on ham imon tome of our citizens to form a Library As.i sociation lor their mutual bene fit anH'm.' provement. Any one by payir.g an admis sion fee of three dollars, will be entitled lo membership, and the free use of Ihe Dunks belonging to the Association. In (his way a valiiuble Library m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 23 November 1865

THE NW CONSTITUTION-DISARM ITS OPPONENTS. ' This instrument will doubtless receive! nine amendments at llie. hands of the Le gislature ' hot til ffoltt eherhUs, but Irotri lriends.,cThe electiob of Speaker indicates jvcry plainly that tlis Constitution is sale in the hands of the Stale Legislature; and lliut its eneirilei rieed not liteU Tdf favors in 4 lint direotlon. ' A hurtibef of tile features of the Constitution can be amended without touching the vilul parts or it id the least degree,- It enemies have riot seen fit to at tack it excepting upon those more vulnera ble end less important points spoken of. The Legislature should therefore remove them, anil thus stop the mouths' of those cavillers. ..Their object is tu t the good of the State, but their own political advance ment by means of e re-auiinn, ' Among the amendments Unit could safely be made would be one removing the disa bility from Hank Directors, Teachers: Min isters and Lawyers, and enabling them to ply their vocati...

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. — 23 November 1865

THE WIFE. j What all Must Expect. Woman! love, like t lie rose llossolninft MsnTiond will come, and old nge will In the arid desert, spreads its rnyi over the colnet vn, le dying bed will crnne, and the barren plain of the human heart and verv ln,t 0k you shall ever cast on your while all around it W blnck and de.'olnte, it 1 acquaintances will come, end tlio agony of rises more Strengthened from the ntisence ,e pnrtin breath will oomo, and (he lime of every other thnrw. tn ho littiutinn vvlicn you are strclclied a lifeless corpse does the love of Woman appear mure beau- before the eyes of weeping relative! will liful than that of wife; parents, brethren, ' Coine, and the coffin Ihnl is (o inclose yon and Iriendi have claims upon the affections, w) cone, and that hour when the company but the love of a wife is of a distinct and nMcmble to enrry yon to Ihe ehutfch yard different nature. A daughter may yield ujl Come, and the throwing in of the loose lief life to the preservation of a...

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