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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 return our thanks to Mr. Switzler,
of the Statesman, lor n complimentary tick
et to the limine ceunty Fair, which will be
held October 3rd, -lib, 5th, and u'lli. We
observe some very liberal premiums offered
among them two uf $50 each (sweepstakes,)
tor best hull and cow, and two of $100
each for finest stallion of any ngc, and for
best saddle horse, mare or gelding. We
doubt not the Exhibition will bo very in
teresting, and regret our inability to be
present. Our ticket, however, is at the
disposal of any friend who wishes toulteud.
A private note frum a friend in HiiuU
ville, informs us that Mount ricosaii'
College has opened encouragingly. It now
has I HO students. Wo are gratified to note
it is iu a prosperous condition, uud hope it
may sontiuue to be well sustained by the
Messrs. Thompson & Dunnica are the
the agents for the "Old iKtua," Columbian
nnd Morris Insurance Companies. They
are rcliuble companies, and have a cash
capital and assets amounting to over ten
million dollars. See advertisement.
plan. J ijewis purcuuseu
i bridges, Mr. O. Charute, or , Church in Glasgow, Mo, an
ho is Chief Engineer of the , an(j benefit f
on nnd St. Louis Hailroad, is . ,,.
the following decisions :
Of iron bridges, the Bollman patent
bridge, presented by Chas, Kellogg, iron
bridge builder ol Chicago, was considered
Hie best, nnd that of Messrs, Albert and
Rudolph Fink, ol Louisville, Ky., Civil
Engineers nnd Superintendent! of Machine
ry of the Louisville and Nashville ltoad, the
second best plan
Of wooden bridges, Mr
considered the best plan, and that of Joseph
Tomlinson, ol Ohio, the second Dest plan.
Newspaper Circulation. The follow
ing is nn official statement of the receipts
of sales of the New York duily newspa
pers for the year ending May 1, 1S65:
Herald, $1,095,000) Times, $308,140 ;
Tribune, $252,000 , Post, $169,527 J Sun,
$151,427; World, $100,000; Express,
me to become a candidate.
For the Howard Union.
A PRAISEWORTHY SEED.
On the 22nd inst., Col. B. W. and Mj
W. Lewis purchased the Christian
d donated it for
M. E. Church
Messrs. Lewis sny their object is to
give it to their friends, and tjjo friends of
the M. b. Church m Glasgow
As the Pastor of the Chu4h we have
already organized a soie'nd "in Jrrrf
School, both, of whio1f),'J.rmC" lL the
The purchase and donation of tjiis church
by these brethren is in keeping with their
well earned reputation for liberality.
It is designed to have a meeting of the We will however, leave it to others who
Louisiana Legislature in time, so that the hve been longer acquainted with these
new Senators may arrive in Washington in
time for the meeting of Congress.
The Emperor of France lius issued a
decree prohibiting the introduction or pas
sage through that country of cattle from
England, Holland, or llelgum, on account
of (he cuttle disease.
A boy fell fn m the sixth floor of a Cin
cinnati warehouse to the ground and only
broke his arm.
Mr. F. W. II. Dioges, Druggist, in
Post-office building, has on hand a large and
well selected stock of drugs, medicines,
paints, &c. The ladies would do well to
Mrs. Margaret O'Brien, of Philadelphia,
fell down with a pitcher in her hand, a
piece of which cut her throat so badly that
she bled to death.
The testimony taken thus far in the
Wirz trial covers nearly 1.200 pages of
foolscap. It is thought the Commission
will finish its labors early in October.
The Furis Mercury of the 15lh inst.,
says that Mr. Ephriam Smith, nn old citi
zen of this county, has just returned home
give In in a call, nnd examine his perfumery, from the gold regions of the West,
nnd sozoi'on!, for cleansing and beautifying very bad state of health. He does not give
a very flattering description of the country
from whence ho hails, and feels fortunate
in again getting back safely to his old home
in Monroe, where peace and plenty ubouudsi
and law and order reigns.
a I. - ...it. ,1. I ,
mo iccui. no nas aiso a very goou sup
ply of flavoring extracts. Read his adver
There nro now but for'y Federal troops
in nil Southwest Missouri, and they only
remain to dispose of some Government
property still remaining. This is expected
Governor Perry, in a message to the
: State Convention of South Carolina, advo-
to be done as early as the 1st of October, cates humane treatment of the freedmen,but
Large quantities of sorghum rnolasse, "PSeS ,hfT e xlcns!on of ,uirB ' them at
are being made in the vicinity ofSt. Joseph, I present- IIe ,nB0l cIlilnSes in llie State
where it sells nl CO to 70 cents ner ..lion. : ConslIIU"0". with the view of making it
i n - 1.1: r .
muic icjiuuucan in lorm.
gentlemen, to speak of llu praiseworthy
deed. D. A. McCREADY.
Glasgow, Mo., Sept. 25th 1SC5.
Mr. Editor : I
It is expected that the price will go down
to 50 cents, in consequence of the extensive Large fields cf cotton are growing
culture of the cane in that section
The emigration from Antwerp, Havre,
Bremen, Hamburg, Rotterdam, and other
continental seaports, has displayed on ex
traordinary activity since the close of the
rebellion. Hardly a day elapses without
the formation of some new project of set
settlement in this country of Poles, Nor
wegians, Swedes or Germans.
We call the attention of our readers to
the fact that Mr. II. ( !',,, ,
of the telegraph office at this nlace. lm, tima' and lhe ourtion having worked
been appointed Agent for the Home and
Arctic Insurance Companies of New York.
Also for the Equitable Life oikI New
York Accidental Insurance Companies.
His advertisement and a notice to the
patrons and friends of these companies will
be found in another column.
i California over one hundred acres in one
field looking well. The State of Califor
nia offers a bounty of $3,000 for the first
one hundred acres of cotton; also, $3,000
for the first one hundred bales of three
hundred pounds each. Over $100,000 is
donated by the State for the encouragement
of agriculture, in the raising of various
Burning Swamp. A iwamp in Ttwks-
bury, Mass., has been on fire for some
For the Howard Union,
am grateful for your
notice of my school in your last Week's
Issue. I am happy to say that the number
of pupils in the last few days has been
Cannot something be done to resuscitate
our Male Academy ?
Every branch ol business in our commu
nity seems to be prosperirg. Our several
large buildings are being pushed to com
pletion as fast as possible, and the rooms
are engaged before the first brick in any of
them was laid. We have any number ol
dry-goods stores, grocery itores, &c. Every
mechanic has as much work as he can do.
No one visiting our town would see ought
but prosperity, and yet our boys have no
school. The rich man nay shut his eyes to
this and think it matters not to him, but
some of these very boys may be acquiring
an education at other places in town that
will quiet their consciences in the commis
sion of the most dreadrul deeds. They may
be acquiring an education that will make
them set fire to your own houses at mid
night that they may shr(( 'Jie p-'.'s.f 4 .
The poor man U ixtyXty'Vijtyffy
maintaining good BibfirfydfuxfgiuilliL,
He is not able to senilis, irji'(f . , x
tant schools, he needn' t!' -.-if 'assists, e.it
home when they are not "in suiool, and he
must consequently suffer most.' We are all
losers and our children suffer an irrepara
ble loss when deprived of good sehools.
I would urge upon (lie community the
condition of the male school. Let us hold
a meeting and take the matter into consid
eration. A committee could.be appointed,
who, by advertising and corresponding could
soon secure a gentleman well qualified to
fill the position of Principal of the Male
Mr. Editor, we always regard the pro
prietor of the local sheet as the friend of
home education. He looks to the educated
for his suppri t, he is (he especial friend
and advocate of good schools. This being
the case, will you be so good as to let us
hear from you, until by your fostering care
we 6ee the advertisement of the male school
An election will take place in the 7ih
Senatorial District, composed of the coun
ties of Macon, Shelby, Knox, Schuyler and
Adair, on Tuesday, the 15lh day of Octo
ber, 1SC5, for the purpose or electing a
Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Hon. E. V. Wilson. There
are several very influential men spoken of
as being suitable persons to fill the vacan
cy. The Kirksvillo Patriot called upon the
citizens to hold a Convention and decide
who should represent them.
One J. C. Wood, an Agent of the State
Insurance Company at Hannibal, recently
"cut" on the company after gelling consid
erable amount of its means on his hands.
He received quite a number of risks, and
obtnined considerable amount of cash pre
miums. The loss (alls on the company, as
it confirmed all the acts of its defaulting
On the first Monday in October an elec
tion will beheld in Mississippi, under her
new tree Mate Constitution Tor a regular
Governor and other free State officers, &c,
a Legislature and members of the Federal
House of Representatives. On the third
Monday in October the Legislature Is to
meet, and all local officers are to be sworn
ITfE are agents for the "Old JEtnn Columbian,
VV and Morris Insurance Companies," repre
senting a CASH capital and assets, amounting to
In which we are prepared to issue Policies, con
voying all kinds ot property on land and water,
on as reasonable terms as any other good office.
Thankful to our friends for the past liberal pat
ronage we solicit a continuance of the same.
THOMSON &. DUNNICA, Agents.
oept. zo, looo ir.
The friends and patrons of the
HOME AND ARCTIC
N. Y. INSURANCE COMPANIES.
will nlenm lake notice that the agencies of these
companies have been transtcred from Mr. J. S.
Tliompson 10 ir. II. J. ILmi'Ltr, manager
telegraph office at this place. Office for the pres
ent in telegraph rooms, where policies covering
against loss by
Fire, or Inland & Ocean Navigation
will be promptly issued on the most favorable
terms. C. J. MORTON, Special agent.
Glasgow, Sept. 23, lfcOS no. 16 tf.
HAVING been appointed spent of the follow'
ing well known companies, viz i
HOME Insurance Company of New York
(Fire and Marine.)
ARCTIC Insurance Company o' New York.
(Fire and Marine.)
EQUITABLE LIFE, of New York.
NEW YORK "ACCIDENTAL" Insu
C"10ME add examine those beautiful Photo
J irrnnll. I .1. at (he thin? to fill those pmnlv
places in yoir allium. Palmkr & Co.
Ulasgow, aepi. n
On First Street, one door above the Shoemaker's
Shop of N. Franzen,
rpHE subscriber takes this method of inform
L iiir the public that he is now prepared Ui
execute all orders for COATS, VESTS, PANTS,
CLOAKS, KTC, with neatness, durability and
dispatch, in the BEST 6TYLE OK THE'TAI-
I.UKI.Mr aki, and cm reasonable terms. He
also keeps on hand an Elecant and Superior as
t lolli, Cnssltncrcs, Cftssiiier?, Nest
ings, Ilea vers, Trices, Trim
miiigs, and oilier tiooda, .
of Gentlemen's Wear
which cannot be excelled in this nitrket, which
he will retail or make up to order at the lowest
rates. Goods sold by the yarl will be cut out
Having had many years practical experience in!
the Tailoring Business, I feci confident of givin -entire
satisfaction to all my patrons. ,
Please call before purchasing elsewhere!7
' LOUIS FISCIfl
Glasgow, Sept. 14, 1865. " "
OF NEW YORK, requests us to say that eho
has met with such patronage the two weeks
that she has been in our city, that she is induced
to remain a short time longer, to prescribe tor
persons afllicted with Rheumatism, Neuralgia or
Nervous Complaints, and especially complaints to
which females are'subject. She offers testimo
nials of the highest character. Journal.
She may be found at the hotel of Air. Stemmed
Sept. 14, 1863.
IN PRICES OF
OKDEIl OF PlIULICATIO
Hannah Jackman, Elizebeth Jack
man, S'ephen Hurt. Angeline
Hurt, Thomas I). Jackman, Eli
jah Jnman, James Uutler. Polly
Butler, Missouri Ann Butler, Or
tav'e Gates, Joseph Evans, Jemi
ma But'er,Harneite Butler, PllPs,
Houston Jackman, Thomas P. i Partition for
Smith, Elijah Butlev, Ausun t Partition
Requa, Hannah Kequn, Thomas
Smith, Minerva Smith, Jumes
Cal vert, Alice Evans, Thomas
Etans, Clifton Fvens, William
Evans, Sohn Scraggs, Mary A.
Scrapgs, Charles Porter, Eliza
beth Porter, John Mcl'heison.
Angeline JVlcPherson, Thomas J.
Jackman, Isaac N. Evans, Hous
ton Evans, Defendants.
ON the 11th day of September 1865, come the
plaintiffs aforesaid, by their attorney, and filed in
the fllice of the Clerk of the Howard Circuit
fmivt in uaralinn. Ilinir naliiiitn .ffiJ.iill
,';"Jn "V ' .Jr.' "l T "Dovf," ot every kind, will also be issued by the "Em.it
T."r" " Vi. able Life" and the "New York Accidental" on
tjui.ii uliill, .NiuiH. a utuilll, Alliuil DUIiei. ilUfl- ntmlinnfirtn tn na D..I nnlnR t 4.,t :n
I would respectfully afk of the citizens of Glas-! QT?V INP Hf A PTTTIVT T? t
gow and vicinity, a continuance of the very lib- J-i I J-li VT lllil V7llJ.il l!iO
crai patronage Heretofore DestoweU upon the
Both these companies will continue to issue at
Fire and Marine
policies promptly on application, and on as
as any other "first ClaRs" institution. Loss
es will be adjusted and paid without necessary
delay. Every effort made to promote the inter
ests and convenience of patrons. Policies on
These uncqualed Machines for Family
and Manufacturing purposes are now sold
cheaper at the St. Louis Agency, No. 85,
N. Fourth street, than anywhere else in
America. Send for price list. Agents
wanted. EDWIN DEAN,
Sept. 14, 1865 3ms.
NOTICE is hereby given that in election will
be held on Monday the 16th October next,
in the City of Glasgow, for the purpose of elect
ing three Covncilmen to fill vacancies, as follows:
Two for the Middle Ward, polls opened at the
office of the Council room ) one for the North
ward, polls opened at Kiester's wagon shop.
By order of the Board of Council.
Sept. 18, 1865. F. V?. DIGGES, Mayor.
ALL persons interested in the estate of Richard
Jerome, dee'd., are hereby notified that t
the last August term of the County Court of
Howard County, Missouri, the undersigned, ad
ministrator of said estate, filed in said court, a
emui" on ,w: ...:.,. n. . . ... . ' r
n..i:A:H .i I'ciiuuii, i wiui uie uecessarv accounts, lists, atc.l
tin Requa, Hannah Requa, Charles Porter, Eliz- iA1 h, advantaees afforded b these .,7 for the sale of the real estate of said deceased for
P.rL"'.Jci!!,..Mci.e,Mn' An?f'ine ,Pher- modes ouTu&a fACK ?Jtll ? the contrary
own, luuiuuB oiiiiim, Aiiiiiciva oujuu, uiq james furnished on call o..vw vii uis uiai uay ui iiexi xfuveiuuer term
Calvert are non-resiiienls of this State, and cannot, "-"""'' of said court, an order will be made for the
be served with process as the law directs. Itisi II. C. TEMTLCj Agent. sale of the whole, or so much of said real estate
tlie efore ordered by me, Clerk aforesaid, in va- , Office Telegraph rooms, nearly opposite Tliotnp
cation, that public action be made notifying; them son & Dunnica's bank.
that an action has been commenced armnst them .
by petition for partition, in the Circuit Court of 1865, 1865.
nundiu vuuuij', in uic i?iuie ui iflissoun, me OD- 1
ject and general nature of w hich is to procure an Cj I ? I"0 I 1
nrrter nr snip nr rprrnin trnela r.F liwl ailn.tnj - - -
Howard county, Missouri, to-wit : The south
west quarter of the south-east quarter of section
19. The south half of the south-we3t quarter ot
section 19. The north-cast quarter of the north
west quarter of section 30, and all that part of
the north-west quai tei of the north-east quarter of
section mi, lying norm oi ine main orancn tnat tiitt I vt TirTXTTrri nrrTn
runs through the samc.all in township 50, range I ALL AhD Wl-NlLK (lUUlJO,
14, also the east half of the south-east quarter, I '
and the north-west quarter of the south-east quar-I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING.
as will pay the debts of said deceased.
EDWIN F. ANDREWS,
Sept. 21, 1805 4w. Admn'r of said estate.
that unless you the above named non-residents, nnHTQ t TVTTS ClTATie
be, and appear at the next term of said Court to be JlwW X tJ U ijllJXut3
IXettst and Caps,
Loudon Times. Tlio proprietors of the
old "Thunderer" who fought us with the
pen through the rebellion while the rebels
fought us with the sword, lose $375,000
by the robel Cotton Loan speculation.
Marmaduke and B.auregard have both
applied for passes to go and remain abroad
during the pleasure of tho Government,
which have been issued under the official
crder of the Department of the Stute.
In the stuteinent of National finances just
published, the total puhlio debt is given ut
.ii2,7j7;JS),571 43. Totul interest, $138,
C3 1,020 2-1.
Thero are ut present upward of one hun
dred Major and liriKadiur Generals still in
Government service, unemployed, in aJili-'
lion to the large number mustered out of
It is stated liii.t the Gjvernuient has de
termined to ptiblUh the laws of the United
Stales passed within the last four years,
and the treaties concluded within the some
period, in one newspaper published at each
Slate capital of the late rebellious Stales,
for the information of the people.
Josepii Leumik, Eij., has the largest
etock of dry goods to be Icund in this city.
He has just relumed from St. Louis, where
lie has been malting additions to his already
large stock. He has on hand a splendid
assortment, and variety of Ladies Dress
Goods. His stuck of Ready Made Clothing
cannot be surpassed in this city. Read his
All sentences of death, in cases of sol
diers convicted of desertion, have been
commuted by the l'residcut to imprisonment
jr a ttrm of years.
into a peat bed eighteen to twenty inches in
thickness, continues to advance. The roots
of trees are burned off and they topple over
adding fuel to the flames. Gangs of men i in vour olumn'i end we again hear the
have been at work in various places trying 8rale,ul 'ound of tho school hell of that
to check the nre, but without success
holden at the Court house in the city or f'ayet'e,
in said county of Howard, on the first Monday in
December next, and on or before the sixth day
thereof, (if the term shall so long continue, if not
then before the end of the term,) judgement will
be rendered against you and the said laud sold and
the proceeds divided.
j Given under my hand and official is now offering "the LARGEST and most elegant
I SEAI Veal, September 25th, 1805. assortment of goods ever offered in this market.
V S C. II. STEWART, Clerk. Having bought his goods at
Austria is almost in a state of bankrupt-
once tinnlll.ir finlinnl. Tn nnnnlllsinn T nnain
t . l ... . . H.
thank you for your kind notice of the Fe
male Seminary. I hope we shall have
cy, caused Uy Her obstinacy In supporting your cooperation to its fullest extent ...
a vast and useless army of 700,00 men; Uui,jillg up our 8ohoo,8 end
when nobodyj, goingjo attack her. j create in popularity so may your paper,
Nearly ten thousand acres of land havo jal" t'IRl before long some of our good peo
been leased lo colored people near Vicks- ,1'1b latlng pity upon your forlorn condition,
burg, this year, and most of it is under ,mny c'leer UP a,u' 'e,la a new d'orm to
successful cultivation. Hie by persuading you to test for yoursell
. the truth of that proverb of Solomon, which
inenu iua Cfllieu oui lj Uov. Miarkcy. ' ...... oVVlioso findeth wife, flndelh n nA
..p.r:....: .:n i. n.. .... i , . i ' ei -
ui iniaaisniiiui, n in proouuiy numuer auolil ,!,! nr,A i.i..:r. J(i. r T j
- ; llllllK, 1.11,4 uUlfllllGill ItltUI UI 111V AJITU.
. o nni IT- . .
i.uuu. no ijroi'uses 10 arm one company FRFNPII STJ3TJIT?R
ol iniamry anu one ot cavalry in each county
in the State. Thee companies will aver
age about eighty rank und file each, aud will
Late dispatches from Constantinople
state that the ravages of the cholera are on
muke quite a formidable army, as they will the increase in that city, the deaths amount-
all be veterans, and, should they justify the ing (o 1,500 per day.
fjiilli tilnnifl in Ihem liv PrAcilu.,1 T..V,n...
they will make a most efficient police for I, 1''' f BinB,Pl. C-
. 1 , tmiuij uuulicu UJI nil UU11CB UUU, WI1IUII
. . i w em nearly tnrougti las tiead m the battle
The Sou'h Carolina Slate Convention on of Avervshoro. N. C. ami nnnld not be
the 10th ihstnnt, passed without debate an previously extracted.
ordinance, repealing the ordinance of seces-
)Ilt uuyers oi siock nogs in Ilia Miamia
Valley, Ohio, are paying as high as $10
The North Missouri Railroad Company per hundred, end farmers hesitate to sell
Sept. 28, 1805 5w.
EXCEEDIXULY LOW RITCS
he is nuw prepared to furnish all with goods at
a small advance upon cost. He calls e.special
attention to his stock of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
PRINTS, DELAINES, GINGHAMS, &c, fcc.
A large supply ou hand, and for sale cheap.
LADIES CLOAKS, SHAWLS. BATS, FUES.&C.
ORDER OF rinLICATIOX.
Andrew C. Tolson, Plaintiff, )
Acainst S Attachment.
James Matipin, Defendant. )
UN tlieJrd itny of June 186a, came Andrew
C. Tolson the platu'ifT, in theaboveentitled cause,
before the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court
e ii .1 i .. . i. , , .
i'i iiunmii luiiiii v , in vacation una .n rie- il. . . ... .
. . "-"i i.it-u ii I MO nn hsir.H in vrpat Vttrintv nm nl nripaa fn .ml all
lition ana aniiiavit, stating amongst other things, " 7 " ' ' ....
that the above named defendant is a non-resident i A ,a'f MS5t nent of
of this State. It is therefore ordered bv the KUAHY 3IA1JK CLU I lllISU,
Clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that publication be the largest that can be found in the ritr, which
made notifying him thai an action has been com- for maUe anil cut camiot be surpassed this side of
menccd against huo by petition and attachment, ! t. Louis.
in ine 1.1ICMU vuun ih iiowara county, in uic '
State of Missouri, founded on a note for the sum
of $100 00, that his property has been attached,
and that unless he be, and appear at the next
term of said court, fo be holden at the Court house
in Fayette, in Howard county, Missouri, on the
first Monday in December next, and on or before
the sixth day thereof (if the term shall so long
continue, if not, then before the end of the term,)
judgement will be rendered against him, aud his
property sold to satitfy said debt and interest.
unen unuer my nanit ana official
seal, September 26th, 18D.
C. II. STEWART, Clerk.
Sept. 28, 1805 5w.
advertises for 100,000 cross-ties, to be used
in building the Western Branch, as well as
the direct road lo the Iowa boundary line.
Th'.s looks like business. The lime for
receiving bids is the tenth ol October
J udgc Emerson, of the 7ih Judicial Cir
cuit, is now holding Court at Warsaw,
Benton county. At the opening of the
Court the Judge ruled that attorneys who
could not or would not lake tho oath of
loyalty could not be permitted to practice.
Among those who were thus prohibited
from procticing were Foster P. Wright and
even at this enormous figure.
The parties entitled to the reward offered
by the Government for the arrest of the
assassin conspira'ors, have been selected by
the War Department, and their names will
be made known in a few days. Promo
tions for officers conspicuous in bringing the
conspirators lo justice have been made out,
and are awailiiig'the signature of the Sec
retary of War.
A well known pickpocket recently died
in New York, leaving properly to the
amount of sixty thousand dollars, all of
Mr. McLain, prominent lawyers iu tl' ' wl.M, ,9 .ccumulated within the ptut
Read thv new advvrtisuuiviits.
j years in excursions through various cities
ol the Union.
ORDER OF ri UI.ICATiO..
Delina Cunningham, Enoch ii.
Cunningham, Demarc us George,
and Henrietta T. George, his wife,
and Sidney D. Cunningham,
Thomas Cunningham, John P.
NOW at this day come the plaintiffs aforesaid,
by their attorney, and filed in the office ot the
Clei k of Howard Circuit Court in vacation, their
petition and affidavit, staling amongst other things,
that the above named defendants, to-wit i Thom
as Cunningham and John P. Cunningham are
non-residents of this State, and cannot be served
with process as the law directs. It istheiefore
ordered by me, Clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that
publication be made notifying them that an action
has been commenced against them by petition for
partition end assignment of dower, in the Circuit
court of Howard county, in the State of Missou
ri, the object of which is to procure an order of
sale and assignment of dower to the widow in the
lands of which John Cunnighain, dee'd., seized
and possessed, situated in Howard county, Mis
souri, and that unless you, the above named de
fendants, he and appear at the next term of said
Court, to be holden at the Court house in the city
of Fayette, in Howard county, Missouri, on the
first Monday in December next, and on or before
the sixth day thereof, (if the term shall so long
continue, if not then before ftie end of the term,)
judgement will be rendered against you, and said
land sold and the proceeds divided according to
the prayers of the petition.
v Given under my hana and official
I M'41. Veal, September 2ilh, 1Hi5.
C. H. STEWART, Clerk.
Sept. 28th, 18G5-5W.
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
of every description on hand
rhankful to the public for their nast liberal
patronage, I solicit a couti'iuance of the same.
Glasgow, Mo., Sept. 28th, 'Co ly.
If; W. EL m
Paints, ('bemicals, Oils, Vara isheg,
Brushes, ! Dyo-stuHs,
Fine toilet articles of every description.
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTV,
COAL OIL, LAMPS,
6CHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY.
the Infallible Hair Kestorative.
AGUE CXItE, S.. US iPAIM I.L.I,
Cherry Pectoral and Pills.
Spices, Pepper Spice, Nutmegs,
tleves, tiuuiuou Hud Mute.
Flavoring extracts of all kinds, for flavoring
ice-cream, custards, jellies, sauces, fee.
for cleansing and beautifying the teeth.
a superior assortment of Drugs, Paints, XJils,
and Varnishes, which I will sell on
The Most Accommodating Terms.
PHYSICIANS may rely on having llieir pre
scriptions carefully compounded and put up ac
curately, and with despatch, at all hours, day and
F. W. II. DICGES.
Glasgow, Sept. 28, 1 Kl":.
t pHE undersigned, surviving partner of T. H.
t MEZICK Si. CO., will make a final settle
tlement of said estate at the next November term
of the Howard County Court, when and where all
interested may attend if they see proper.
W. W. CUCK.KKILL,
Sept. 21 1805 4w.
DAILY THROUGH LIKES
ALLEN TO GLASGOW;
Allen to Brunswick !
MAKING CLOSE CONNECTIONS WITH THE
PASSENGERS to and from Central Missouri
will find this a safe, pleasant and expeditious
route. At Allen, close connections are made
with trains on the North Missouri Railroad, and
no annoyances of delay will be experienced by
passengers except in cases of unavoidable acci
dents. Employing none but careful and expe
rienced drivers, there need be no apprehension of
accidents on this line.
Through tickets from cither Glasgow or Bruns
wick, c j n be bought at the offices of this line in
these cities. WM. SMITH, Proprietor.
September 7, 1 805 If.
MT. PLEASANT COLLEGE.
THE TENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
this institution will open at Hunstville, on
the Second Monday in September next. All the
departments will be supplied with teachers; and
no pains will he spared to make the College iu
discipline and instruction all it should be. For
nine years, through sunshine and storm, it has
maintained an honorable position among the per
manent institutions of the country. Faithfully
adhering to its mission , it has been sustained with
out suspension through the war, and now every
efi'ort will be put forth to extend its usefulf' '
commensurate with the demands of peace.
have a complete assortment of apparatus, nv
fair library. The college building and grounds
will receive such repairs and improvements as are
needed before the opening of the session.
Our terms will remain as heretofore, viz:
Tuition in College Classes $18 00
" in Intermediate Classes 14 50
" in Primary Department 7 60
Contingent Fee i 00
Tuition in Instrumental Music 20 00
(One halt payable in advance.)
Good boarding can be obtained in private fam
ilies at the lowest reasonable rates.
W. K. ROTHWELL,
Aug. 2 1. '05 0w. Presiuent.
HAVING agaim opened my Shoe Shop, I am
prepared to manufacture TO ORDER,
IIOOT8 AND SHOES.
Having had an experience of some fifteen years
at the business, I feel confident that I can give en
tire satisfaction in my work. My material aud
stock are of the best kind and warranted.
Being thankful for past favors from old patrons
I would solicit a continuance of the same, atmy
new Shop, on First street, opposite Thompson U
Dunnica's Hank. N. FRANZEN.
Glasgow, June 15, 1865.
I SAMUEL C. MAJOR, Public Adminis-
trator of Howard county, Mo., do hereby
give notice that, by virtue of my said office, and
iu accordance with the statutes in such cases
made and provided, I, on the 2nd day of August,
1865, did t.ike charge of the estate of William
Grady, deceased, to administer ttie said estate.
All ptrsons having claims against said estate
are required to exhibit them for allowance to the
administrator within one year after the date afore
said, or they may be precluded from any benefit
of such estate) and if such claims be not exhib
ited within three years from the date tforetuid,
they will be forever barred.
SAMUEL C. MAJOR,
August 3l,lKiij.3w Public Adui'r.