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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 30 November 1865
1 ;:;;.! a ;if if". -. -...( sift - ; "' .--"l -.,V.; r. , r . Ix j c : y I M R JOE '.b ' Sim "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASOX IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT 777' Jen ersos. VOLUME I. GLASGOA7, MISSOTJIII, ' NOVJilMBER SO, 1SG5. j.io. lunnrsoj -riioi.B. Binen. v BIRCIT, EARICKSON1 & CO., ' Glasgow, Mo. mcii'n eamcksu.. TTTTILL bny and sell Exchange, receive depos . VV 'Its; 'ileal" In Securities, loon money ami make collections at all accessible points. Jfjp" Until our Br-nking-House is finished, our 'qncWill be in the building occupied by. the Western Bank. ... . .- June 22, 1865, 4m. - ' v , to. Ml Witt. n. m. sr.eAtr. ' thatcheb. . . WITTj SLOAN & CO,, PRODUCE' AND COMMISSION MEHCIIAIVTS.HEMP, COTTON AND . TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec ond 8treet, (betweenVine st. and Washington nv . enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention ' tven to Forwarding Goods and Filling Orders ' for all'kinds of Merchandise ; alto to sale of cot ton, Tdbacco, Hemp, Bacon, &.c. (fr'iMari...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 30 November 1865
Fmncii M. Taylor, Editor ami Proprietor. OlaPffOAT.. Mo. THURSDAY, NOV. 30,1805.. On Fri Jay night las', Liwe, the horse thief, of whose arrest we spoke last week. and who was concerned in the shooting scrape in Macon couniy, made his escape, lie was under confinement at ope or our hotels, and during the night requested his guard to go out with him. After they Jind fvnt nut. f.nwA trllpV. litm ivilli m lirinlf nnrl ran. The gmrd was stunned, and so snon as he recoverd he fired at La we, but with out effect, os he was then some Jia'ance off. On Monduy last Sheriff Jackson, whiln ou collecting, happened to come across Lowt at a negro's home, near Ilamncr's Mill, seme three miles nTth of Fayolte, and at once ,Lnahbed him," and conveyed him to the Fayette jail. The jail being rather insecure, lie was chained, end we hnpe this time such precautions will be ta ken as will render his 'f scape impossible In the shoo'ine ahVir in Macon county, he acknowledges to hove Tired his revolver six t...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 30 November 1865
? '.. Our Hexitail Belattili. ' Tht nomination of Gen. jnhn A. Logan a Minister (o (lib 'K'pliblio of MeJkieo proves that bill- Government maintains t consistent position in relation to the contest in that country. We have never recognized Maximilian Emperor of that Unfortunnle country, and Until the. lust Vestige of hope of (he success of the Republican cause is extinguished tve will not do so. At the lime time, it may be assumed tlmt olir Gov ernment docs not inebn to Quixotically in . tervent in the tjusrrel, and to curry out tht Monroe doblrine by means ol' war. We lave had quite enough of War to satisfy us Tor i long lime, and our iatiorial debt is as large at it it convenient for us to manage. tmd rather rnnrt bp. We can vindicate the Monroe doctrine by raenure ether thnn forcible; by maintaining a dignified position end exerting a moral efleot. Gen. Logan Will go to El Paso, the representative of a great country, to one which is in serious difficulties. Perhaps no other count...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 30 November 1865
,, The cholera lio at lnit reocliej our shores or rather It victims hove, which some dno- InrM inv li lliA mmfl thincr. wli'ilo oilier doc tors; stiv it is not that it will not spread until certain "mystcriotii atmospheria con ditions" are present. What Ihcso " mys terious ntinosplierio conditions" tire, no body known. What we do know i, that on every occasion on which it has reached this country, its advent was preceded by the death of person in a ship on their way liuin anil lli.il a... -in aTluP tha n.-1-lllll nl' ill ship, people began to die of it on land. The use of talking about tho presence or ab sence of "atmospheric conditions," of vhoc nature nothing is known, and of which no body can detect the indications, is not very apparent. The truth is, that the cholera is now here, that cases of it may henceforth be looked for in greater or less numbers j that dirty, ill-led, ill-clad, badly-lodged people, drunkards, peoplo living in filthy streets and near cesspools, drams, and n...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 7 December 1865
M "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT 7."--Jirrrnso!. VOIATM32 I. GLASGOW, MISSOITHI, DECEMBER 7, 18G5. IsTTJMBEK 2G so. SAnnuon toos. k aiiicm ricu'p eabkksok. BIRCH, EARICKSON. & , CO., , , Glasgow, Mo ' WILL buy and ell Exchange, receive depos its, deal in Securities, loan money and taake collections at all accessible points. Until our Bonking-House is finished, our office will be in the building occupied by the Western Bank. June 82, 1805,m. d. h. wirt. B. .OAI, ' J, A. (THATCHES. ArriVHl ami Departure of mails. kootk 10,489, most am.f.n to olasrow. Arrive every day, except Sundav, 7 p. m. Depart " " " 8 A. w. JIOUTE 10,452, COLUMBIA TO GLASGOW. Arrive every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 P. M. Depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 0 A. M. routs; 10,192, slasoow to stiamL Arrive every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, 3 P. M Depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 8 A. M. F. W. D1GGES, P. M. WITT, SLOAN & CO, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION M...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 7 December 1865
Cjje otaar5j Pinion. Francis M. Tiylor, EJitor and Proprietor. Olasffow, Mo. TlllT.SDAi, DEC. 7, 18G5. We direct the attention of the ladies to the crj of Miss HoMriiRtts, Fashionable Dress Maker, uf this pity who it now pre pnred tu fill their orders in neat and sat isfactorv manner. ' 'V ' The attention ef our farmers and all olh er wishing to purchase block or t arming Implements, it direct od to the advertisement of Messrs. Swinney and Eppebsou, in another column. They liavo a considjrubte amount of Stock which they will expose at public sale, and a splendid opportuuily is offered .for profitable inves'ment. Attend that side! . The people of northeastern Wisconsin are rwving lor a gram 01 iana irom con gress to .enable that Slate ttt construct a hip csnal. which will form direct conneo- tion between Lake Michigan and Sturgeon Bay a body of water Connected with Green Biy, and lying between it end the lake. The lentil of the proposed canal it one mile and half; ill cost, wilh the ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 7 December 1865
SPEECa 9?. (SCHUYLER COLFAX. , Special Dispatch to the Chicago Republiceii, ,l,V'i-; r". Y..'V",,',-!,0T0'' NuV' .'Tli' speech ef the tlon. Schuyler Cullux IdHt nighty his !rba(le (Jiliies sensation, h be. ing consiJerei as, in a, great measure, the key note of the, action' of the Republican! in Congre,'Oijd (rtijloating pearly ;( , Eirt-tlil1n'o Southern rebel State will be admitted Upon the floor at the organiza tion. ' ;' '. ," "jScoortrj-i'l'llst no work of t-econstntciion will be reoognized tinljl, (Tier , mature de liberation, that action m submitted In and ratified by tie people rit the polls, in such mttiiner lluit the North will have an sssur ahce or their honesty. - Third--The test oath will be enforced for year ta coifie. ' ' '" 'hi . M.I .Mil L ..''.' ' - i. i lolirin Uiat Uie organization oil lie Union party will not be abandoned upon any consideration. 'Filth That the President hii made de wands liport rebel Stoles, lo comply with certain conditions that he deems ' nec...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Howard union. — 7 December 1865
From the Davenport (Iowa) Democrat, 27lh. , ThoPork Business.- '' So far the lesson has not been particu larly favorable for handling the hog crop of Miis part of the State. While the supply it unquestionably es great all through the country as it was last year at this time, the tame roasona do not exist for hurrying it into market. Last season cold weather set In early corn was 75 and 80 cents bushel consequently there was nothing to be gained in holding. This season on the other hqjid, the weather continues warm end hogi fatten fast: corn is cheap worth about 2030 cents, which, by feeding to hogs' brings from 00 cents to $1 per bushel- hence farmers are holding and not losing by doing so. " We ore informed, on the best authority, that the average weigiit of hogs throughout this part of the country will.be from 25 to 30 per cent, greater than last year, and for the reason above given. The packing prospects are not as favor' able at could be wished. Those who would embark in that en...