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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 respectfully solicit from them that patronage
the enterprise deserves. '
Tebms Two Dollars per year, or bne Dollar
six months, invariably in advance.
' FRANCIS M. TAYLOR.
TERMS. OF ADVERTISING.
tone square, ten lines or less, one insertion, SI fit)
Each additional insertion, per square,' 60
One square, three months, 5 00
Final Settlement or Administration Notices 3 00
Quarter of a column, three months 10 00
" ' six months 15 00
it, a u twelvemonths 20 00
Half column, three months 15 00
. " si months 25 00
w ' w ' twelve months 40 00
Column, three months 25 00
.' " . six months 40 00
. ."' twelve months.. 75 00
Advertisements out of the direct line of busi
ness of the yearly advertiser, will be charged for
separately, at the usual rates.
. Notices accompanying deaths 60c. per square.
. Stray Notices, $3, and $1 for each additional
animal in the same notice.
All advertisements, not marked with the num
ber of insertions, will be published till forbid and
charged for accordingly. .
Professional or business cards, not exceeding
eight lines, $8 per year.
Advertisements, of a personal nature, will be
charged at the rate of two dollars oer square, and
payment required invariably in advancu.
u JOB PRINTIUO,
Of all descriptions executed in a neat and work
manlike manner, on reasonable terms, exclusively
lor cash.
BLANKS kept constantly on hand.
9" Office in the old "Times" building.
GIBBS' WOOLEN MILL,
ST. CHARLES, MO.
WE have completed our LARGE NEW
STEAM MILL, and invite merchants and
farmers to send us their Wool in exchange for our
Missouri made -
CLOTHS, . SATINETS, FLANNELS,
CASSIMERES, LINSEYS, BLANKETS,
TWEEDS, JEANS. YARNS, &.C.
It is cheaper for you. to do this than to work
your wool at home. We allow you full St. Louis
prices for wool, and send value in any goods we
make. Samples sent by mail when requested.
Give us a trial, and we will make it to your inte
rest to send again. .Mark sacks in plain letters
to 7 - . GIBBS & ROSS,
June 15, '65 6w St. Charles, Mo.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
'ft ''iS. B. Graham & Bro.,
82 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Every kind of
;-; i j. 3? in n.
bn hand, and for sale at MILL PRICES, (freight
added. Cash for RAGS. - junelS, 4jm
THE SlNCliiK
at HE marked and ever extending popularity of
Singer's Sewing Machiwt both in America
and Europeis such as best to establish th eir su
periority ever all others In the market. Sewing
Machines lo-cauea may ne oougni, it is Irue,
for a smaller amount of dollars, but it is mistaken
econyay to invest anything in a worthless or un
.He article, and those who Will do so must
abide the consequences!
BINOER'B NEW FAMILY MACHINES.
In order to place the best family machines
In the would within the reach of all we have
reduced our Letter A, or transverse Shuttle Ma
chines, beautifully ornamented, to $50.
Singer's N. 1 and 2 Standard Shuttle Ma
chines, both of very general application and ca
pacity, and popular both in the family and the
manufactory. Prices reduced, respectfully from1
135 and 150 to $90 and $100.
Einger'i No. 8, Standard Shuttle Machine
For Carriage-makers and heavy leather work.
Price, complete, 1125.
Also. to complete the listen
, ' ENTIIttLY NEW ARTICLt,
Unequalled for manufacturing purposes: Noise
less, Itnuiu. mm ynfjuuictui cvci j miiu VI wufn:
Price, (including iron stand and drawers,) $110
cheaper at that in view of its value than the
machines of any other maker as a gift.
All of Singer's Machines make the interlocked
stitch with two threads which is the best stitch
known. Every person desirine to procure full
and reliable information about Sewing Machines,
their sizeSjprices.workiug capacities; and the best
methods of purchasing, can obtain it by sending
for a copy of I. M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette, which
is a beautiful pictorial paper entirely devoted'to
IDS UDieci, u tew ot tuypuea grain,
I. M. SINGER & CO.,
New York.
Notice of Final Settlement.
A LL creditors and others interested in the es-
JX tate of JAMES BEVIN, deceased are no
tified that the undersigned, administrator of said
estate, intends to make a final settlement of said
stats at the next August term of the county court
of Howard, county, mo., ikoo.
- SAMUEL C. MAJOR,
Public Administrator
Juni 18, 1864 tw nl $3
UNION MILL NOTICE,
THE undersigned have their Grist Mill in the
best of order. Are prepared to trrind for the
public on Tuesdays and Saturdays of each week.
Flour and meal kept constantly on hand to ex
change for Wheat and corn. The very bestarticle
of Flour in the country, kept for sale.
nanieu to purchase, w neat, corn and l ord
Wood. ENGLISH It CO.
June 15, 1865. 1L
-...N. FRANZEN.
HAVING agaim opened my Shoe Shop, I am
prepared to manufacture TO ORDER,
BOOTS AKD SHOES. f. ...
Having had n experierlcef some fifteen veers
at the business, I feel confident that I can give en
tire satisfaction in my work. My material and
Btock are of the best kind and warranted.
Being- thankful for past favors from old patrons
I would solicit a continuance of the same, at my
new Shop, on First street, opposite Thompson &
Dunnica's Bank. N. FRANZEN.
Glasgow, June 15, 1885.
ISTew Stock
OF
GROCERIES.
HE undersigned is fully prepared to give to
me puuiic
All the Benefits of the late Great
appreciation, of Currency,
1... J :!! Al. tiv a. ' e- t 1 m
vy mm. suing uieiu wuu any article iu nu line 01
business, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES-
Having boueht recently, under all the advan
tages ot a CASH MARKET, will sell accord
ingly.
MY STOCK CONSISTS IN PART OF
Sugar,
Hay Forks,
Weeding Hoes,
Coal Oil,
Salt,
Seeds,
Cotton and wool cards,
Shovels,
Fruits,
Confectionaries,
Locks,
Brushes,
&c, &., ic.
(tS- Will pay this highest market price IN
CAhH for all kind of Produce.
IJg Also, Agent for Receiving and Forward-ine-Treieht.
Rtnro.rnnm in th nM Pout Office, at the corner
of Water and Howard streets, next door io my
old Stand, Glasgow, Mo.
GEO. 11. 1 Al UJsl.
June 15, 1865 ly
Coffee,
Iron,
Nails,
Spun Cotton,
Dye-Stuffs,
Hardware,
Cutlery,
Scythe Blades
FUH,
Scoops,
Chains,
Rope,
Hinges,
Screws.
&c, &c.,&c.:
GLASGOW
MARBLE YARD.
PBAIER respectfully announces to the
public that he is still engaged at his old
ousine6S, ami is aeiermiiiea io uevoie ms enure
time to satisfy the increasing demands of his pa
trons. I now have on band, ready finished up to or
der, an
EXCELLENT STOCK OF MARBLE.
suitable for Monuments and Grave Stones, which
I will work up on
Very Reasonable Terms
I have man v new, beautiful and original dc
signs for ornamenting grave stones, which, togeth
er with my stock of Marble, all are invited to
call and examine, and I feel confident I shall be
able to give entire satisfaction, instyle, workman
ship, and terms.
r P. BAIER.
Glasgow, June 15, 1865 ly.
NEW STOCK
OF
GROCERIES.
THE subscriber respectfully announces to the
public, that he has just opened the present
tne present ween, ai nis
Store Eoom,
on tne corner of Water and Market streets, front
ing the river, a
LARGE AKt) VARIED
ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES
OF
Every Description,
Which he offers for cash or produce, on the most
liberal terms Please give me a call and exam
ine my large stock, as I am determined to make
it to the interest of the people to trade with me.
Quick Sales and Small profits,"
is my motto.
solicit a coimuauce of the same,
Glasgow, June 15, 1865.
Thankful for former patronage, I respectfullv
same.
S. STEINMETZ.
Administrator's Notice, de bonis
nou.
THE letters of my predecessor, as Administra
trix of the estate ot Samuel tfroce, deceas
ed, having ceased to have any legal force by rea
son of ber marriace, by virtue of an order ot the
fount v Court of Howard County. Mo., made on
the 21th day of May, 1365, 1 have taken charge
of said estate to administer the same.
SAMUEL C. MAJOR,
Administrator it towo,and Public Adm'r of
Howard county, Mo.
June 15, '85. nl 3w 3
SWEET MEM0EIE3.
BY I. RUSSELL.
Oh, there are memories that throng
So closely round my heart,
That of its hidden, trembling strains
They seem to form a part )
They're woven in witrrtvery dream
'inat haunt my nightly rest,
And nestle like a golden beam
Deep in my troubled breast.
0, there are memories that crowd
And cluster in my brain,
That bind mc gently to the past, . ...
V And make me young again i
The blooming wreath my childhood knew
Ere change had come or blight,
When each fair bud was wet with dew,
Each blossom crowned with light.
Sweet memories, ye gently now
Are whispering to my heart,
I feel your light upon my brow,
In tears of rapture start
Ye tell me of the sun-lit hours;
That flew so gayly on,
'Mid singing birds and fragrant flowers, .
That bloomed without a thorn.
Ye tell me of the young the fair,
Who flitted around my path t
I twine amidst their clustering hair
A bright and glorious wreath I
1. listen to the warbled notes
" That tremble on the tongue,
Till through my soul that music flows
Like strains by angels sung.
O, stay then, gentle memories,
Within my heart of hearts I
And softly hush its heaving sigh,
And dry the tear that starts.
O, hold, ye gentle memories,
Your empire in my breast,
'Till death shall close my weary eyes
And take me to its rest.
DELINQUENT LAND LIST
For Howard Countv. for the Year 1864.
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Jaker, Jesse, wj nw 13 51
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Baker, Jesse, wl nw 13 51 14
same aa ne 14 51 14
same, ...... nine 1 51 14
Baldridge, Mary C aw 29 51 14
same wj se !i 51 14
same nw ne 32 51 14
same ' ne nw 32 61 14
Clark, WmR,--pt sy2(i28 48 17
Chipley, L J se pt
same sw Dt
Campbell, Squire ej sw
Craig, Augustus S-. h sw
HOW BODIES ABE EMBALMED.
By embalming, people are generally apt
to imagine that the modern process consists
of saturating, filling and surrounding '.he
dead body with spices, gums, and other in
destructible and preservative substances, as
is understood to have been the process prac
ticed by the ancients. Such, however, is
not the case. The modern process is about
as follows : The blood is drawn off thro'
the jugular vein. An incision is then
made upon the inside of the thigh, through
which a chemical liquid is injected by me
chanical means. The liquid permeates all
the veins and arteries, taking the place be
fore ocoupied by the blood, and in short
time renders the entire body as hard as
stone, and as rigid as a statue. A portion
of the scalp is removed, and the brain is
scooped out. The chest is opened, and the
heart, lungs and viscera are abstracted.
When the process is completed, the body is
reduced to a mere empty shell, having only
the outward semblance of the departed in
dividual. How long a body thus prepared
will remain unchanged we cannot say. The
process has only been employed for a few
years since the war commenced, we be
lieve so that time sufficient has not elaps
ed to test the indestructibility of bodies thus
prepared.
EARTHQUAKE IN ST. LOUIS.
The Republican of the 30Lh ult., says :
A little before 7 o'clock yesterday morning,
the shock of an earthquake, lasting for
nearly a minute, was felt in this city, and
at Carondelct and Alton. A good deal of
alarm was excited. Persons not yet up
were aroused by the shock, and houses ex
posed vibrated so much as to cause the over
throw of flower pots, &o. Children were
much frightened, and at Alton the bells of
a clock were set in motion. There were
three distinct shocks, the first being the
most serious the others following in quick
succession. Yhiit effeot may have been
produced in the southeastern portion of this
State, where such visitations have been
quite common, is as yet unknown. Tho
earthquakes at and around New Madrid
are mattersof history ) there lakes of wa
ter suddenly become high land, and trees
standing upon high ground were at once
hidden from view and the whole surface
for a great many miles was at once changed
in positicn and appearance. The effects are
visible at this day. and shocks are of fre
quent occurrence.
ALL FOR THE BEST.
Dr. Johnson used to say that a habit of
looking at the best side of every event is
belter than a thousand pounds a year. Bish
op Hall quaintly remarks : For every bad
there might be a worse ; and when a man
breaks his leg, let him be thankful that it
was not his neck." . When Fenelon's libra
ry was on fire, "God be praised ! " he ex
claimed, that it is not the dwelling of
some poor man 1 " This is the true spirit
of submission one of the most beautiful
traits that can possess the human heart.
Resolve to see this world on its eunny side,
and you have almost half won the battle of
life at the outset.
Qctns. Of sixty-seven queens of
France only thirteen have died without
leaving their histories a reoord of misery
and sin. Eleven' were divorced, two exe
cuted, nine died young, seven were soon
widowed, three oruelly treated, three ex
iled the poisoned and broken-hearted make
up the rest. The pillow of royalty is in
deed filled with thorns.
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Carey, SQ...... ne 15 52
same sw se 10 52
Cassaiit, Henry wj nw 22 51
" same w sw 22 51
Cox, Elizabeth. sj sw 30 51
same sw se 30 51
Collier.Stcphen".-w nw tj 51
Dill, J.imes H lots 1,2,3,4,
&30,blk 1. Lisbon.
Dorlson, John I pt sv 2714
Denning, Oliver, e ne
ueiiavcn, nenjn, ag'i
for H M Brunt,ptsy2551 23 49 15
Evans, John sw ne, sw nw 11 51 14
same ejiie,swne, 10 51 14
Evans, pleasant se sw, w4
se, tie sw, 33 51
same se ne 11 51
Estill Ruth, ptnw 27 51
Evans, James H se 12 51
same nesw 12 51
same ejsesw 12 51
Finnel.WmJ ne ne 23 50
same ne pt ne 23 50 18
r ann, KoD t w nj se 30 at is
Fitzgerald, Morrace lots 7,
8,9,10,1 1 ,12,blk 25,Glasgow
Farris, James wj ne 32 49
Fisher, George pt se 13 49
Fisher, G L sw end se 17 49
Gannaway, J !) e nw 6 51
same pt se sw 31 52
Gallimore, Wm S-. el ne 21 50
Graverly, George ej se 28 50 17
same ejsw V9 50 17
Grigsby, James ptsw 20 50 14
same ne se 19 50 14
Grigsby, John T"--pt ne 20 50 14
Gucnn, Frances . . pt ne 8 51
same sw se 5 61
Green, Harmon se ne 7 51
same swnw 8 51
Gensin, Wm H nene 18 51
same 9 61
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Head, Thomas w 11 49 15
Head, Wm L pt se 33 49 15
Ueragin, A F s pt ne 13 49 15
same e pt se 13 49 15
Harris, Henry D ne 32 51 16
Hall, Benj(colored) nwnw 24 50 18
Hern, Geo W se sw 3 50 15
Harris, A J pt se 7 51 14
same pt ne nw 18 51 14
se nw l-t oi 14
nw nw 34 51 14
njsw 36 60
se 26 49
pt sy 2151 49
nl ne 4 61
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Isbell, W N
Johnson, W B
Jordan, Jas L
same
Johnson, Elias
same
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same senwswne
Loyd, Granville wj nw 14 61
Kerby. Joseph ne ne 10 51
Key, William J 1 lot in
Glasgow, bl'k 14, bl'k
15, lots 1,2, 10, 11,12,
" 13, 14. bl'k Hi; lot 22,
bl'k 58; lots 18, 19,20,
21,22,bl'k58;lot 21,blk 57,
Ketchum.Jas . swnw 28 50
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Magruder, A J w4. ne 33 52 15
same sw se 28 52 15
same ej sw 28 52 15
same ptnwse 28 52 15
same pt e) nw 33 52 15
Minor, Lovd F ej se 20 49 15
Moore, Wilson se se 2 51 15
same w nw 12 51 15
same ne ne 11 51 15
Moody, Sa ml. 8 sw se 27 51 14
McCune, George A.se se 8 61 14
Navlor, BR ne nw 9 50 14
Oneal. Stanley nw 32 52 15
Procter, Daniel A e nw 20 51 15
Peacher Royal ,0Vsw ne 23 50 17
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same ' , e se 23 60
Peacher, Petei,Dl!er m se 23 50
same pt nip thnw ne 26 50
Page, John W r VT-
Patten, R 8.....U. nj 25 51
same ...'V'. WJ nw 36 b2
Prewitt.Asa 1 it o Koanose
same, lots 3, 4. 5, 6 7 blk 1
same, lotfl.2, 3,4,5,6. blk 2
same, lots 1 2, blk 2
Pemberton, Stephen--e ne 12 61 15
same pt seas 12 51 15
Same wl ne 7 51 14
Rose, Oliver S"-pt se sw 28 60
same se sw 33 60
same pt sw se 28 60
same sw ne 33 50
Roberts, Isham nene 18 49
same nw nw 17 49
Rosebury, William ne 18 61
same e( nw 18 51
aame ptwl, aw 18 61
same se se 7 51
same sw sw 8 61
Reynolds, Francis W"-se 2 60
same pt ne II 60
Reed, William pt ne 8 62
Kobb, William.. ....ej ne 31 62
same nw nw 32 62
same n se 31 52
Snyder, James A ej nw 11 61
Saiiderheuser, Lewis nw sw 15 61
Slnpp, Hyram B adm'r of .
Benj. H Shipp, dee'd, e se 7 60
aame sw se 7 60
Stems, Charle ne aw 28 60 17
aame se nw 28 60 17
Spry, George W se se 25 49 18
Smith, Preston T .nw sw 8 60 18
Pearson, OB pt ne 23 60 18
Sartin, David-" nw ne . 1 49 17
Shiflet, Wm A . el ne 27 60 17
Saltinstall, J R pt sy 2467 60 I
same, lot no 137 Fsyette
same, lots 80 & 85
Sinolair, Iaaao B se sw B II 14
auuie nw M 22 61 14
Tindall, James el II nw I 4t 15
same pt se 13 49 IS
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Williams, Wiilingbby C ns na
Walker, Jesse swsw
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Williams, W D sw
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22 61 14 40 25 08 19
19 61 11 40 25 08 19
43 lit 69 64 . 17 34
64 20 40
17 49 19 140 6 12 1 60 3 2
14 6t 16 80 1 28 60 40
15 61 15 20 82 15 10
29 62 15 180 2 21 70 1 40
29 52 1 80 ?J , S?
29 52 15 180 1 92 60 1 20
29 52 15 40 40 12 25
32 52 15 80. 32 10 20
29 62 15 40 16 05 10
2(1 61 15 80 1 05 32 65
20 49 15 80 2 04 99 64
29 49 15 20 60 21 1
22 61 14 80 93 19 12
22 61 14 40 32 10 OS
21 61 14 40 82 10 08
20 61 11 40 19 05 01
2 40 . 75 1 50
03 01 02
4 48 15 80 80 25 60
Roper, Joseph loti in Glasgow
n 10, 11, 12, 13, Mock aa 31
Mouett, 11 S lots Hoanoke w
ide Brad, st no 8 t'J blk 3
Bradley, Jm 11 cl-2 nw
Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned, collector for tho coonty of Howard
and State or .Missouri, will make application ioiihw;
county and State aforesaid at tho July term thereof to be htld on the four h
.Monday of July H6 at th Court House in raid county, for an order to sell
:r .1 1. c .L- : nn.ia nna tnwn lots as Eball be sut-
heiont to sati fy the tuxes, interests and costs due thereon. And that on the
first Monday of Ootolicr 1S, all of said lands and lots for the sale of which an
order shall be made, will be exposed to publio sale at the Court House in said
county of lluwurd for the satisfaction 01 tue '""'jjjfl M" JACKSON,
0D" Collector of Howard County.
LIST OF LAXD3 ASD LOTS IN OWAET) COVN FOHFKITED TO
SI ATE IN OCTOBER, 1363, FOR lAi.Es IN U02.
I This List draws iatmest from tho 1st day of June,lj63.
THE
To whom Assessed. a
g "3 M
- a
A
4
llargis, Wairen C
same
Roberts, Michael
same
wl-2 sa
ne sw
51 11
61 14
wna 11 51 11
senw 14 51 11
4 fw f P nit Off 4. if.
H -" - - -
Ballon, Gideon
same
same
same
eamo
Moris, Jacob T
Bradley, Jas II
tVainscot, W S B
Walker, Geo W Sr.
same
Pemberton, Stephen
same
same
Lynch, Neptune
name
same
same
eutuo
Reynolds, Francis W
Kami,
Powell, Jookson
eamo
Rnrer. German A
Scripture, C U
Fenill, Benj
si, ma
wo . u -am htt nv QI.ASOOW
K ,,,," W R V..t blk 20 lot 1
same
w 15 51 11
nwse 15 51 11
nl-2 so 19 61 11
so no 18 51 11
ho nw 22 51 11
nw se 22 51 11
el-2nw 4 48 15
el-2ne 4 43 15
el-2 no 8 49 15
nend nw 9 49-15
wl-2 no 7 51 15
cl-2 no 12 61 15
pt e se 13 51 15
1 nw 29 52 15
l-2no 29 52 15
,w 29 62 15
nw io 29 52 15
seno 29 52 15
32 52 15
sa 2 60 18
nl na 11 50 IS
wl-2ne 33 61 18
w pt no 83 61 19
ptehfsw H 61 17
ptno 23 31) 13
sptwsido 23 50 18
v . fcft 1
pi BW -
80
40
40
40
80
180
40
80
40
40
40
80
80
80
118
80
80
25
100
80
160
40
40
80
160
12
80
60
101
35
S3
29
ii it ii
ii u a
ii ii ii
ii ii it
2
3
4
6
8
ii IS
ii ii 11
25 ' 6
ii 3i ii 10
ii i ii 11
i ii ii 12
ii ii 13
35 " 10
i 11
samo
samo
sau e
same
same
samo
anmA
Roper, Joseph
same
samo
mind
Rich, Iquatiui
mnmn
Kerr, Jenctto U- 11
LOTS IN IOK OV KEW rBAXKLl.1.
Seward, J W
tamo
T iat ,f Inrula And lots in
Howard county forfeited
to tho fctato in uctooer,
1S62. for the tnxesof 13-
61. XI. is list draws in
terest from tho 1st day
or j-aiy laos.
Elin, Gusa
Olahan, James
&n men
Patterson, Daniel
samo
Mahan James A
same
T.cwii). Wm
Schooling, Robt
same for 1361
Taylor, Win
Rollins James S
same
sumo
Davis. James
t-tfel, Robt
Mi.-hill. liobt Jr.
Myers, James R
awe
Myers, Jumes D
sums
samo
tame
62
45
37
37
42
1 S7
55
3 82
65
66
65
1 14
62
1 65
2 28
1 09
1 09
61
2 63
1 11
2 33
71
45
62
7 18
80
80
63
3 03
3 03
33
62
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
92
92
2
2
71
71
45
2
62
22
11
05
05
10
6
17
2 14
17
17
17
61
12
89
1 24
52
62
19
1 50
51
1 29
27
11
23
4 29
32
32
22
1 71
1 71
03
15
00
09
09
09
09
09
0
09
41
41
41
41
27
27
1
II
22
22
pt nw
s hf so
to FW
to
pt o bf
nw no
ne nw
9
4
4
6
6
9
9
i t sw 20
el.: to 2
e hf bo "
pt n hf no 11
whfso 11
nw tw 11
ehftw 11
rtnhfse 11
twnw 12
ehfiw 11
sw sw 18
sw to 18
se ne 20
to to 21
n bf tw 22
twtw 22
49 11 79 67 3 27 1 23
50 " 80 t3 32
40 55 IS
' 180 1 91 64
50 11 40 69 19
ii 40 83 3 2
ii ii 49 55 IS
40 1 12 34
51 11 80 1 79 20
60 79 20
it ii m St 07
ii " H0 65 14
i ii 40 42 09
ii 88 66 19
ii i 70 65 19
40 42 09
ii a 80 65 It
40 4 t
a " 40 43 09
a 40 42 07
ii a 40 65 11
ii ii 80 83 21
ii ii 40 55 II
oOITTtlitTED ON BEC0HD AOt.
West Point Defended. Prof. Mahan, of West Point, de-
nies, in sd srticle of some length, that West Point bss been a
disloyal institution, and shows that when the war broke out,
eight hundred and twenty graduates were l!yiof(, of whom only
one hundred and ninety joined the rebels,. Of these latter, all
but nineteen were from the Southern Mates, wnue mere were
one hundred arm imrty-wiree graduates irom oouiueru oiaies
who 'remained loyal. This shows that the institution has pro
moted patriotism instead of disloyalty.
Human Nature. Is that the prisonor?" said one snecta.
tor to another, during t trial for manslaughter.
"Yes," was the reply.
"Ah 1 indeed 1 Whst a dreadful look be has, eipeoially about
the eyes I But who is that respectable looking young man at
his side, in the green vest t"
O - . ...... . . . . f.L
'In the green vest r Why that is the prisoner Dimseu. i am
other man is his lawyer."
"Well, now 1 do begin to see mat me leiiow in ue gru vs
don't look so respectable after ill. Indeed, be has just the air of
an oi l offender.1'
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