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Glasgow, Missouri, November qs, 1865;
(ao. BAMusoir tdoi. a, mncH. nicu'D tARimsos.
BIRCH, EAliICKSON & CO.,
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.
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, FHOM ALLEN TO GLASGOW.
Arrive every dny, except Sunday, 7 P. M.
Depart " " " " 8 A. M.
ROOTK 10,452, COLUMBIA TO GLASGOW.
Arrive every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
9 P. M.
Depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
6 A. M. , .
ROUTE 10,402, GLASGOW TO MIAMI. -
Arrive every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday,
3 P. M.
Depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
8 A. M. F. W. D1UGES, P. M.
ST O HE,
At Ihe Po-t-cnice,
rpHE undersigned would respectfully announce
X to Ins menus ami the public in general, that
ne nas returned, wim a new ana well selected
t Stcck of
WATCHES, JEWELRY. &C,
PBAIER respectfully announces to the
public that he is still engsged at his old
business, and is determined to devote his entire
time to satisfy the increasing demands of his pa
trons. : , i how have on hand, ready finished up to or
. der, an i .
EXCELLENT STOCK OF MARBLE.
suitable for Monuments and Grave Stones, which
1 will work upon
Very Reasonable Terms
I hav many new, beautiful and original de
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, in style, workman
ship, and terms.
Glasgow, June 15, 1865 ly.
OAHHF.TT W. MOREHEAD.
John c. woons,
MOREHEAD & WOODS,
d GLASGOW, MO.,
HAVE now on hand, as
. , LARGE A STOCK OF
Fancy and Staple
' SOOTS AND SHOES
as can be found in
Howard or Saline Counties!!
We expect always to keep a complete stock of
Heady Made Clothing,
which can't be beat, and prices put down to the
lowest ngures 1 1
We make special efforts to excel in the
and flatter ourselves that we have accomplished
signal success in this department. We feel com
, petent to do that very thing.
We have a superior selection of
And are constantly receiving at nil seasons of
me year rresn supplies or mercnanuise, so as io
keep fully up to the Reminds of the market. All
that our country friends need we can supply at
" such reasonable rates as will convince them tt is
to their interest to trade with us.
MOREHEAD & WOODS,
Glasgow, July 8, 1865.
BOON, BOSTWICK & CO.
indebted to the firm of BOON,
BOSTWICK & CO., either by note or ac-
CX. HOSTWICK. & CO., either by I
count, are notified to come forward immedia'ely
and pay up, as longer indulgence cannot be given.
lAMI'.s r I izr A lKll.lv, Agent.
June 15, 6o 4ms $0.
COST OF LIVINO-1SC0 AND 1865
We compile from the market reports In
the ''Statesman," Ihe prices in St. Louis
of various articles Tor 1SG0 and 1865, as
follows, the highest price and the best at ti
des being quoted in each case :
AGENT FOR THE COLLECTION
Claims against the State .
Glasgow, June 15, 1865. tf
of the latest styles ; selected with great care from
the largest stocks of Philadelphia and New Yorlt
Waiclies from Hie most tele lira
el Makers or l'.IiroiX". Celebrated
AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES of the finest
manufacture, warranted accurate lime keepers.
L.I.UCH.S ui1 n ll. i'A 1 i truss, anu: a general
assortment of goods, such as may be found in the
nest establishments or at. Louis.
Watches and Jewelry of Ihe finest kind made
SILVER WARE MADE OF PtTRE COIN.
IPS" No Goods misrepresented. Having been
a Watchmaker for some years, I flatter mysi'lf as
a competent nana to uo all Kinds or work in tne
very best muiner, ai.d on the most reasonable
CUTLERY of Ihe best III a lids, Pen
Knives, Scissors. Razors ttdol Rog
ers' and Wostenholm's make.
Old Gold and Silver bought and taken in ex
change. JOIIX CHAMBEltXAIX.
Glasgow, June 29, lS6b.
Tlir WAY TO FIONIY-
BUY YOUR GOODS
HARVEY & TII0IIPE,
vm. g. brow,
Dealer in all kitids of Startle
Opposite the Sleamhoai Landing,
WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO.
Has now on hand a large stock of Groceries,
ALSO FRl'ITS, NUTS, CAM) ICS,
and in fact every article generally found in i
Grocery and Hardware House. 1 have a stock
of Liquors that cannot be surpassed in this
market, all of which I pledge myseir io sen
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
The highest market price paid
for all kinds of Produce.
Feeling thankful for fbrmer patronage I solicit
a continuance of same
WM. G. BROWN.
August 3, 1865.
Tofcacco, 100 lbs
Baton, shoulders, lb
Bscoti, hamt, lb,
Coffee, Rio, lb, .
Apples, green, bbl.,
Apples, dried, bush.,
Peaches, dried, bush.,
I lump, ton
Mess Fork, bbl.,
Potatoes, Irish, bush,
Beef cattle, lb, gross,
Hogs; lbs; gross,
WILLIAM B. TALLY,
(At tlao old. Stcmca.,)
has now for sale on commission, all kinds of
such a9 Bedsteads, Waitresses, Bureaus, Chairs.
At. Innliiilinu- nil kinrU nP Furniture USed
(Un iirst afreet, two doors above , tor family purposes,
the Post Office, at Phipps' old
THE subscribers take pleasure in informing
the citizens of Howard and surrounding
counties that they have now on hand a
All Descriptions of Merchandise,
and flatter themselves that they can meet all de
mands their friends may make upon them both as
to the quality of their goods and
CHEAPNESS OF PRICE,
as will effectually defy ' competition, and insure
full satisfaction to their customers. Give us a
call and satisfy yourselves, llcspectt'ully sub
mitted. HARVEY & THORPE.
Glasgow, Mo., July 6, 1805.
It will bo seen by this comparison that
many articles are one hundred .per cent.,
but most of them from two to three hundred,
higher than I hey were five years ago Yet
some of the farmers and others who now
receive these fabulous prices for the pro
ducts of their labor, complain at high prices,
If the comparison were extended farther
into the cost of clothing, dry goods and
articles indispensable to the household we
should find an equal or larger advance.
THE NATIONAL WEALTH.
It is estimated that eight millions of coal
More Trouble in South America War' ;
Inaugurated between Chili and Spain
From the New Vorlt Herald
The Spanish Admiral Pareja has actually
inaugurated another civil war in South A
merica by the blockade of Chilian ports and
the Congress of Chili has declared war
against Spain. President Johnson, in what
he said Io the Minister of the Argentine
Republic on Thursdny, exprcsd pretty
distinctly the interest the Utk0l States
has in all these South Amerioan troubles.
He expressed the "special favor and affec
tion" with which we "regard the republics
on this conlirent ;" and while he regretted
the miseries that wnr must inevitably bring,
he hoped also that the issue "wculd involve
no detriment to the cause of republicanism.''
This expresses the national thought as to
the late of South American Republics,
while it intimates to (lie Argentines that
their present relations to the empire of Bra
zil, in war against a sister republic, neces
sarily lessens our interest in their tvalfare.
In the case of the war just begun against
Chili, there is no such cause to qualify our
interest ; and all our sympathies with an
American republic at war against a Euro
pean monarchy are even intensified by the
arrogance the assertion that might should
make right with which Spnin has entered
upon this contest. It had been supposed
that the dilliculiy between the two Govern
ernmculs was amicably adjusted some time
ago ; but the Spanish Admiral, arriving at
Valpuraiso on September 17 with a con
sideruble fleet, announced in the most
brusque manner, that his government en
tirely repudiated the'nrrngement that had
been made, and authorized him to commence
hostilities at once, if certain things were
not dune by the Chilian Government. The
Unties required were that Chili shotihl
make certain explanations ol supposed out
rases to Spanish dignity, and Balule the
".ot Foutiicomiso. We understand that
; ..ors of the Cahoka Oil Company have
suspended for the present, as the in
dications of the presence of oil do not seem
to increase as the boring progresses. The
gas which first attracted the company to
that locality, still continues to blow off, and
some of them, who pretend to know, think
that oil will yet be found in connection with
the source from which it is derived. The
company have expended about five thousand
dollars in the attempt, and do not feel like
doing more under the circumstances. We
learn that very favorable offers have been
ade to citizens residing near the Incalitv
of the well to induce them to continnn ih
Hurts, which if successful would be of
much advantage to the neighborhood. Fer-
aps in going a few hundred feet further,
1 in paying quantities may be reached. Sd
ay il be! -Allon Democrat.
fields surround Pittsburg, Petin., averag-1 Spanish flag, the Admiral ogreeing to salute
ing a depth of eight feet, and estimated to
contain 53,516,430,000 tons of coal, which,
at the averge price per ton at that place,
say $2,00, wculd be worth $107,032,860,
000, f; more than thirty times the amount
of the national debt. This only comprises
that section which is already developed,
while there are more than double the num-
Wooden and Metallic coirins of all kinds, fur
nished to order.
All articles finished in e;ood style, and sold at
reasonable rates, for cash.
Glasgow, July 0th, 1805.
the Chilian standard in return, lliese rc
quUitions show the war to be a truly Span
i-h war a war for dignity, punctilio and
etiquette. Spain, in thus coupling her de
mand with a threat, made it an insult, and
at the very start-rendered it impossible for
Chili to accede to it without national humil
i.ilion, Chili 8t once, and in the most dis
iBjgiTl THIS school will be resumed the
I3ui ui oepieuiuer. iuu Brwiun
consists of two terms t the first ex-
Sircs the 9th of February, and the other the last of
une. A short vacation of one ' week given at
The Institution has been well patronized . for
yers. Last Fall our accommodations were not
sufficient for the applicants.
Jloord and Tuition for 5 months, (payable
1 ' in advance,) $100 00
Music Lessons, Piano or Guitar, 20 00
Day pupils $10, $13, $16 and $20, according to
For full particulars apply for catalogue.
Aug. 10th, 1805. Glasgow, Mo.
- JAMES FITZPAl'KK'K,
WILL Riv his attention to collecting NOTES
and ACCOUNTS. 'tyiU also advatico
money oa the same if desired.
, Howard. County II o lids Wanted,
for which the highest price will be paid, ,
(fJT Money to Loan at Fai Kate.
Glasgow, Juno 22, lb05 tf ,
ST, LOUIS TYPE FOUNDRY CO.
No. 9, Pine St.,
TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
MANUFACTURE and furnish Machine and
Hand Pnntinir Presses, Metal and Wood
Type, Borders, Rules, Cases, Chases, Sticks, Gal
leys, and in fact everything; thut is necessary iu a
complete Printing Office.
rrintniL' paper, all sizes. oreotd quality. Col
ored and Mnnillu paper, also. Note, Letter, Cap,
l iatcnp, commercial, racket, ana 1 olio rost
Cards and Card Hoards, white and colored, all
qualities. Pi inting Inks, Hand Stamps, Seals and
Deal I'resses, &c, an or wmcn win ue sold at low
prices for cash.
Proprietors of Newspapers publishing this ad
vertisement, INCLUDING THIS NOTE, to UUlOllUt of
Ten Dollars, and sending hs a copy of l heir pa
per at its fust insertion and one at the time of its
discontinuance, will be showed their bills when
they purchase live times the amount in type or
other material of our own manufacture.
Will furnish Electrotype copies of the adver
tisement to parties thut send for theul. -
July 20, 1805
THE undersigned have their Grist Mill in the
best of rider. Are prepared to grind for the
public on Tuesdays and Saturdays of e.ich week.
Flour and meal kept constantly on hand to ex
change for Wheat and corn. Ihe very best article
of Flour hi the country, kept tor sale.
Wanted to purchase, W heat. Corn and Cord
Wood. ENGLISH &. CO.
June 15, 1865. tf
oer ot acres yet undeveloped. Ihe gold tir.ct manner, refused to meet the require
ana stiver product ol the racilio states can ments ol spam.
not fall short of $100,000,000 per annum, Admiral Pareja therefore declared a block
with millions of acres undeveloped. The adc of the Chilian ports a measure which
oil wells of Pennsylvania will yield, ac- he has seven ships to enforce. His ship
cording to the last estimate, $60,000,000 ore njarly all heavy t earn frigate. Chi
the past year. The product of iron, lead has a coast line of thore than two thousau
ind copper, is counted by bill'ons. Thesa miles, and thevho!c coast is exceedingly
are seme of the resources, but still the main bold, and has a large number of ports. Th
resources of the nation ore undeveloped. : Spanish Admiral propbses to blockade thes
The inn mines of Missouri, alone, when ! with the same number of ships that we re
properly developed, are capable of supply-1 quired in our blockade to close one port
ing the world, and our only need is sufii- , His blockade is therefore an absurdity
cient labor to develop the grand wealth of Chili has met this measure by a declaration
Ihe country. I 0f war, and by authorizing the President t
! raise Iroops, and to contract a loan of Uven
tv millions. Furria prsposcs to continue
T WISH TO INFORM mv old customers and
L the public generally, that I have my Manufac
tory in COMPLETE RUNNING ORDER, with
an addition of the Latest Improved SPINNING
MACHINERY, and am now prepared to CARD,
SPIN and REEL YARN, all grades, at 23 cents
per pound. Also, to CARD ROLLS and MAN
UFACTURE WOOL into fi-4 fulled cloth, J do;
WHITE BED BLANKETS, GRAY and SAD
DLE BLANKETS t WHITE, COLORED and
PLAID FLANNELS, GIRTHING, CARPETS,
tie., by the yard or on shares.
Fl'Untt AXD DYEIXG.
Country Cloth. Flannel. &c. fulled, colored
and linisliet, at Ii"J io jo cenis per yaru, accoru
in? to work, color aim nnisu.
I warrant mv work done in a complete and
workmanlike manner, and in due time, (fnre the
war it over.) JUIl.l MJ'l lilt t .
Silveb Creek Mills, near Roanoke, )
Itandolph county, August dljisuo, )
JAS. A. CLARK
Lale judge 11 J mil
C II. CLAY cnrKKKU.L,
Lute Judge Platte Pro
( bate Court.
IJT PUICES OF
SEWING MACHINES !
These uneqtialed Machines for Family
and Manufacturing purposes are now sold
' cheaper tt the St. Louis Agency, No. 85,
, N Fourth street, than anywhere else in
America. Send for - price list. Agents
wanted. EDWIN DEAN,
Sept. 1 1, 180 3ois.
1" ARTICULAR attention given to Probate
A, business in Chariton and Howard Counties.
H. CLAY COCKERILL,
And Real Estate Agent.
H. B. Graham & Bro.,
82 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Every kind of
added. Cash for RAGS,
C1IAXGE or TIME.
NORTH M0. RAILROAD.
ST. JOSEPH EXPRESS TRAINS
will leave the Depot at the corner of North Mar
kct and Second streets, at o a o-ciock, a.
nniviiic iii St. Joseph the sumedi'V
EXPRESS 1 KAIAS riom bi. josepu arrive in
St. Louis at 8:30, r. H., in time for Laslern con.
nuptinns! . -
Trains at Hudson, the junction of the Hanniba
nibul and St. Joseph Railroad, are ordered to wait
the arrival of trams nounu ror oi. josepn.
Ktne connections at Allen, Renick, Ct ntralia.
and Mexico, for interior polutsjut Allen the cars
connect with Smith's lines or stages ror iiunts
ville, Ohisgow, Keytesrille, Brunswick, and all
M I L I T I
A NEW WEEKLY.
The following is the prospectus of a new his blockade for forty-five days, and threat
weekly literary and news journal, the : ens then to resort 'o stronger measures
Guardian) which is to make its appearance i satisfaction is not in the meantime eiven
in our cily shortly, with Jumcs Clemens
Esq., a well known literary gentleman, es
editor and proprietor:
The Guardian, while not of a strictly re
ligious character, will look for support
princip illy to the Cutholic populalir.n of the Chili has any heavy guns at all the Spanish
Vtest. Us editor will treat ol passing ins mav have a warm reccntinn,
: i . -
It is mppo.-sd he may bombard Valparais
Chili has no effective navy to meet him
and Valparaiso is regarded as defenceles
But forty-five days is time enough for the
construction of splendid earth-works, and if
Suicide of Ex-SenAtob Kino, Our
ispatehes this morning convey intelligence
that Hon. Preston Kinc. of N'i Vr,rl .
ho had for some time previously been
uffering from mental depression, commit
ted suicide Monday morning, by jumping
overboard from the Hoboken ferry. Mr.
King, who has enjoyed no little prominence
in party politics, was born in or near Og-
ensburg, St. Lawrence county, New York.
He graduated nt Union College, and adopted
the profession of la x, which he practiced
with considerable success until within n
few years past, when he relired altogether
irom llie bar. He was a member (Dem
ocratic) of the New York Slate Assembly
from 1S35 to 183S. From 18-13 to 1847
he was a member of the lower house nf
Congress, and also from 1S49 to 1S53. He
was Ihe Republican candidate for Secretary
of Slate of New York in 1855, when the
party first assumed a distinct oremization
in that State. In 1857 he was elected to
the United States Senate to succeed Hpffl-
ilton Fish, which office he held to ex
piration of his term, March 4th, 1863.
Since Mr. Johnson's accession to to the
Presidency he was appointed Collector M
the port of New York, rice Simeon Dra
per, an office esteemed to be worth $100:-
000 a year. f Republican IRih
Wre learn that on Friday last, two horse
thieves, from Iown, made their way into
this State. Three persons, the const,,!,!,.
he owner of the stolen horse, and a friend.
pursued, and came upon them in the vicin
ity of Laplata, in this counly. On demand,
one of the thieves surrender d; the other
resisted and fired on the pursuirc parties.
and wounded in succession all three the
constable cn the top of the head; a second
was shot in the bowels, and the third, the
ball entered the left cheek, and came nut
back of the right ear. The alarm being
given, the Snraged ci izens turned cut,
captured, and executed both thieves.
At our hit odyices, the wounded meti
were all living, though two were consid
eredvery dangerous. Macon Argus 15th,
The reward offered for the capture of
Jtff. Dais has been paid over to Gen.
Wilson and his men. Those offered for the
apprehension of Booth are not as yet dis
tributed, the President not having acted
ujnm mo repori oi ine commission appoin
ted to make a proper division. The
PAY for service in all kinds of Missouri Mili
ii i now beine collected by STEELE &
ur. A 1 11. of Macon. Persons who have served in
any company or regiment can send iu by letter
ilioir full names, the letter of their company, the
number of their regiment, their post office address,
uml we will collect their pay a( a moderate charge.
We will prosecute cluuni ot any kind against
the State or United States. Address by letter,
on l,.nd,.nd for sale .1 iMILL PRICES, (freight B.uc -
J HUB fiFui juij " ' 1
events from a Catholic stand point, and
proposes to apply to their discussion
the well settled principles of Catholic
Every effort will be made to render the
new journal generally acceptable. It is al
most needless to say that every thing cal
culated In (he slightest degree to sully the
bright surface of youthful purity, will
be excluded from its columns. This,
though indispensible, is a negative virtue;
it is also hoped that those iu charge of this
new enterprise will succeed in presenting
to the pubtio weekly, a well-digested sum
wary of domestio and foreign news, a selec
tion from what is most valuable in the
ephemeral literature of Europe and Amer
ica, with such editorial t'omments and criti
cisms as will add real interest and Value to
their columns. Arrangements will be made
to secure the co-operation of correspondents
of ability in the leading" cities of Europe
In short it is proposed to offer to the
Culhulio population of the West a weekly
newspaper, which, while by no means
prominently religious or controversial, will
meet a want which has long been felt, serve
as an organ dl Catholio sentiment, a medi
um of communication among the Catholics
of the West, and prove a welcome visitor in
he family circle.
The total sick in the Government hos
pitals throughout th) country is less than
five thousand. Eight months since the
number waa over one hundred thousand.
We may expoct stirring events soon. It
is to be regretted that the United States is
only represented in Chilian waters by the
old sailing slurp St. Mary's,
THE WINE GLASS.
Who hath wo ? Wlm hath sorrow?
Who halh cir.:tenti.in ? Who
hiith wounds without cause ?
Wrhn hath redness of eyes ?
They that tarry long at the
Wine ; they thai go to
seek mixed wine,
Look thou not i pan
the Wine when
it is red, when
it givelh its
it biteth like a
Serpent, akd stikgeto like ah Addeb.
amount in the latter case is tieorly $250r
000, including $100,000 from California.
Details of the fatal accident tb W. P.
Johnson, brother to the President, show
thut he was aocidentaly shot while removing
a gun from a small boat in which he crossed
the Brazos river, on the 24lh of October.
The ball shattered his arm, and ampu
tation being deferred too long, he died af
tcr lingering three or four weeks. Ha
leaves a wile and three children.
The white population of th? District of
Columbia is to the black as four to nriA.
but the statistic of the War Department
show that two black soldiers were raised
to one white. The whites furnished 1.7.10
soldiers, almost entirely by drafting; the
blacks 3,900, and nearly all by volunteer
ing; yet during the war it was impossible
lor a negro to leave this city to go North
without a passport.
We learn I ruin the Nashville Banner that
the small-pox has found Its way into Nash
ville in a dangerous and even dreadful form
That in a miseruble building on the bank
of the river, erected as a temporary shelter
for patients put off from steamboats, now
lie sixty-three human beings in all stages
of this loathsome disease white and black)
The Monitor says it regrets to say that
the same frightful disessa exists in Mur-
freesboro, and it is still Increasing to an
At a meeting of the officers of the "Chil-
licothe and Brunswick R. R. Co." recent
ly, it was resolved to hold a railroad meet,
ing in Chilicothe on the 21st of Nov. 1865,
to consider the importance of building a
railroad from Chilicothe to Brunswick to
connect with the 'Misssouri Valley Rail
road." A reward of $500 has been offered for
the recovery of the body of Hon. Preston
King. The bottom of the river where it is
supposed to be lying is being carefully