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Fmncii M. Taylor, Editor ami Proprietor.
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 times. He has told two or three citi
zens of this vicinity who have had horses
stolen, where they were taker, to ; and il
there be any others who have Inst horses,
they mny probably learn their whereabouts
of Lowe, as he seems willing to tell all he
knows on these matters. .
A Convention of the publishers of Mis
: souri was held in Jefferson City last week.
It was numerously attended. After organ
ization, a number of Standing Committees,
having reference to different branches of
the Printing business, were appointed.
With this small amount of business trans
acted, and the passoge of a resolution in
regard to railroad passes, the Convention
ndjnurned to met t again in Jefferson City
on the 4th of July next.
A Desperate GiEnim.LA. The Slier-
Expeeii ost ron Liberi a. The "'II. P.
Russell," chartered by the American Col
onization Society, sailed Iroin Bull'mora on
the 4th instant; wito 174 of the " Freed '
men'' of VirJnia comprising some thirty
families, besides several young men. A
large number of ttietm are mechanic and
fiirmers j some of them can read and write,
and a large number of them Bre professing
Christians. Their departure from tneir
homes in Virginia is described as very im
pressive and affecting.
The American Uip'it Publication Socie
ty has issued an appeal to nil the Baptist
churches to raise this year a .spcei.il fund
of $50,000, for the purpose of re organizing
Sunday School missions among the whiles
of the South, and heaintiing them for the
blacks. This fund, It is ca.euta'eU, w
sustain Sunday School oolponeurs in every
Southern Stnte, and supply 2,000 school
West Uaahcii Railroad. This is the
branch of the North Missouri Railroad that
points to Leovenwnrih City, leoving the
main trunk at Allen station. Of the pros
pects the Drunswicher says : .
We are credibly informed that.! he bond
for the construction orflie West Branch ol
the North Missouri ralirood have been sold
for ninety-fivejoents on the dollar, win h we
presume pl.ices the completion of that en
terprise beyond any doubt whatever, as the
wont of funds has heretofore been the
ereat imnedimcnl to the consummation of
Queen Isabella of Spain has given another
instance of generosity. Some time ago she
relinquished a portion of her income in con.
sequence of ihe low state of the public ex
chequer. She has now renounced a fur
thcr portion, end has ordered that the
amount of the Civil List so saved (hull be
devoted to the sufferers by the cholera and
by the fl.-ods which look place some months
We have received. a couple copies of The
Daily National, published at Grass Valley,
Nevada coun'y, California. Our old friend
John P. Sbeltom, formerly of this place
and Fayette, is its business manager. It
seems to bo in a flourishing condition, well
filled with advertisements, and neatly print
ed. We wish John much success.
New York, Nov. 22.
The Herald's Washington dispatch soys:
Il is understood that Gen. Howard will
demonstrate in his report the utility
f . I T ' , I . . 1 1 1 1.
llv.rT, , ., , Ol me i rceumeii uuicuu u.,u uiu
II. Ul Cl.c viiuilij, HAiaomiii, uiiciiiiGUj
i i . r i : : . : i ..
to arrest one John Wn'ion. last Monday, a Bcanu..B . ..!.. u-
noted guerrilla, who surrendered last spring. lil Pvi.i..ni are no longer needed by cither
Wl.iU lhA Shariff rea.linrr the writ whites or blacks. ;
Wntson suddenlv Mazed awav at him with I American and EnglWb e-pitaluU talk of
I.S. reiver nnd broke for the timber, man- Mganijirm national cotton growing com-
nging (o effect his escape, although hotly
pursued. Some seventeen shots were fired,
and nobody hurt.
. Gen. John B. Clark, of Missouri, who
was arrested in Texas returnine from
Mex:co and imprisoned in Fort Jackson,
has been released and is en route to his
former home in Howard county.
pany in ihc South. The English attempt
to produce cotton in India, proves discour
aging. To remove opprehensions of secu
ring (he labor of freedmcn, Mr. Conway,
late of the FreeJinen 's Bureau of Louisiana,
will visit Liverpool shortly.
ti :.. . ih. i t.;M !
xut'ic II Biaibcijr a uuuui uui u.ui n um
will pass Cungress providing that the heirs
of soldiers who died in rebel prisons be
privileged to colteut commutation of Gov-
Lorenzo Miller, of PutinBiy I-land, ' erismcnt rations or the time deceased were
Lake Erie, is said to have produced this prisoners of war.
A Day at the White House -How the
Freeldent Difpatchei Business.
The Washington Str says 1
Were it hot for the" relief from dully an
noyances afforded by the Cabinet meetings
on Tuesdays and Fridays, lio physical con-
sti'ution, however strong, could endure Hie
exhausting labor performed by the Presi
dent of the United States. There is no
oltiee of the Government so burdened wiih
responsibility anrl anxiety and no man liv
ing required to listen to such an endless
recital or private grielsj as unsophisticated
visitors pour into the President's ear at ev
try public interview. President Johmo't
has lew equals in industry. He rues it
six, nnd until' breakfast, which is served
ut hull-past seven, louKs o"er the newspa
pers. Immediately after' breaktnst he goes
to Ihe Executive apartments and commenc. s
the labor of the day. 1 irst, there are nun
dies nl letters to be read, and Hie replies
dicluted to the Secretaries. Applications
for appointments, promotions, discharges
from the army and navy, political advice,
petitions for Executive clemency, and in
numerable other subjects are disposed of;
before half completed the visitors hove
eimmenoed to flock into, the anii-fnoms and
thrust their cards upon him. Pardon seek
ers swarm on every hand. Former owners
of confiscated property pace up and down
before Ihe door of the Presjdsnt's room,
and females with indj-scwr'rVlllVffnin.terv
I inisf upon immediate admittance.
Alter the mosl important business of Ihe
morning has been disposed of the visitors
are admitted one by one, and Ihc President
submits himself to the artesian process.
This lasts till about half post one or two,
sometimes three o'clock, when the doors of
his oportment are opened, and Ihe whole
crowd admitted. At such times, Citjonel
Johnson, son of (he President, or Colonel
Hrowning, private secretary, stands neor
the President, and takes memoranda asdic
tated by him on the cases of the visitors
who succeed one another with subjects lor
Executive action, like (he dense throng at
the Post Office window. The President's
manner at such times is always pleasant, and
gives confidence to the most timid. His
decisions are quick, and each individual
who lays his case before the President
learns in half a dozen courteous words the
fmul decision. When all hrve been listened
to, and the halls are once more empty, the
President turns ngoin to papers on his table
until lour o'clock, the hour for dinner. Af
ter dining he returns to his office, nnd there
generally remains until a laic hour, seldom
retiring before eleven o'clock.
In addition to all these duties it must be
remembered that there are distinguished
visitors constantly prescn'itig themselves.
Representatives of foreign courts, Govern
ors, Senators, Generals, and hundreds of
lesser magnitude must be received, each
having some important subject requiring
care and deliberation, while over all towers
the great and ever present problem ot re
construction. . Cabinet days and the Sab
bath afford three days of rest from the petty
and exhausting annc ynnces (hat beset the
President, but at no time is he free from
the oppressive weight of national difficulties
which now, more than ever lefure, obscure
, WHAT I LIVE FOR.
I live for llicise who love tnn,
Whose hearts are kind n. id true,
i'br (life beaten tint smiles above Didj
And awaits biy spirit too )
For all human ties that bind mo.
For the task my Gnu assigned trie;
For the bright hopes left behind me,
And the good that I can do.
I live to learn their story
Who suffered for my sake,
1 o emulate tlieir glory
Add follow in their wake
Bards, patriots, martyrs, sages,
The noble of all ages, .
Whose deed's crown history's pages,
' And Time's great volume makei
1 live to hold communion ','.
With all that is divine, .
. To feel that there is a union
'Twixt nature's heait and mine j
To profit hy ofleetion,
Reap truth from fields of fiction,
' Grow wiser from conviction,
And fulfil each grand desigin
I live to hail that season
By gifted minds foretold,
When man shall live by reason, '
And not alone by gold (
When man to mm united,
And every wrong thing righted.
The whole world shall be lighted
As Eden was Of old.
1 live for those wbo love me,
For those who know me Irue,
For the heaven that smiles above me,
And awaits my spirit too )
For the cause that lacks assistance,
For the wrong that needs resistance,
For the future in the distance,
. . And the good that I cm do.
Advices from Europe of the 9th, state
that (he privateer Shenandoah surrendered
lo the British authorities at Liverpool, on
Ihe Olh. Ihe ofliccrs nnd crew were pa
roled. The vessel will be delivered to the
U. S. authorities.
RY virtu of an order of s.ile mnd? at the De
wmhpr Term. IPBS.oP Hie Howard Circuit
Court, In the case of Edward fcurfell.et ohj ri'ain
ti its, against Henry Scats, et Hi. defendants, I
will on' . ;
Thursday, t th day of Decertiber,
18f5, before the ecurt-house door in FsyrhVi
Howard couritVi Missouri, between the hours of
D o'clock A.M. and 5 o'clock r. M. of that day,
and during the silting nf the Circuit Court of said
county, sell to the highest bidder on a credit of
twelve months, with bond and approved security,
all Ine rnrnl. tit lo ami interest or said plamtills
md defendants ill and td the following described
real estate, situated in the countr of Howard
aforesaid, to-wlt : The E half nf the RE or of
33, 80 acres s the W holf of Ihe 5E or of o 31,
80 acres .the SE qr of the SE qr of S 28, 40
acres ond part of Ihe SW f rl qr of S 31, 6i acres
all in township Sl.rnnce 18, in Howard county
) nntf in .ntrorM
miBsoun. j-iuun 01. j Aijawii,
Sheriff of Howard County,
November 16, IRAS $9
) y virtue of three executions Usued by (he
J Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Howard coun
ty, and to me directed and delivered, returnable
to Ihe December term 1805, one in favor of Eliza-
DHIi ioun, one in favor of KirharU T. W.
Graves, ami one in favor of M. A Ktanleton. and
-11 1.1.-.-. n r-i t :u '
mi Hymnal xiiaui cwuice, X WH on
Till USD IV, DECEMBER t, 1HG9,
before the Court house door in the city of Fay
ette, Howard county, Missouri, between the
hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 6 o'clock P. M.-of
that day, and during the sitling of the Circuit
Court of said cotir.ty.sell ot public auction, to the
hiehest bidder for cash, all the ritht, title, and
Interest of the said Isham P. Embree, in and to
the following described real estate, situated in the
county aforesaid, to-witi The W of the SE qr.
of S 18, T 02, Hnnge IS, 80 acres; and the N end
of the NE qr. S 19. T 62, Ranje 15,;- 120 acres,
situated in Howard county, Alissourl, together
with all the improvements and appurtenances
Levied upon by me as the property of the
above named t.'ham P. Embree to satisfy said
executions and costs.
P. M. JACKSON,
Sheriff of Howard county.
Kovi 10, 1865. $9
PAUL BOOB & CO.
fTlAKE pleasure in informing the citizens of
L Howard arid surrounding- counties that 'her
have just received their
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS CAPS
Hardware & Qaeenswrxd
RtGAIt, COFFE TEAi Etc.,
which they offer to the public at low prices
.or any kind ot
WANTED, . V,
Dried Apph i, Socks, Home-made Jeans, I.inseya,
and' all other Goods of domestic manufacture.
Intending to trade largely for these kinds of
goods, we offer for them the very hiphest prices.
ciiuieruuin ai me oiu srnna on rirsr street;
Glasgow Mo. . PAtJl. BOOB &. CO.
October 26, 1 865,
HOUSE FOR SALE.
AVERY CONVENIENT dwelling house,
with seven rooms, two halls, and a coed dry
cellar. A good cistern. Location one of the
most desirable in the cily of Glasgow. For par
ticulars, call on Messrs. Clark & Cockerill, or the
undersigned. , JU. fc. -SOLI ill.
Nov. 23, i860 3w
" 17 E have just received a large and beautiful
T T collection or metojrnpn Albums.
PALMER & CO.
ON SATURDAY NICHTlast, in Glasgow,
a GENT'S SCARF PIN; Pink Coral
head in heavy gold setting. A very liberal re
ward will be pnul to the finder by leaving it at
this office, or at the store of Messrs Palmer & Co.
Glosgow, Nov. 23, 1865 3vy
BY virtue of an execution issued by the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Howard county, and
to ine directed and delivered, returnable to Ihe
December term 1MI5, in favor of sam'I J. Duncan
and against E. K. Altcrbury, I will on
Tlil'RSUAY, DECEMBER 7, 1S65i
before Ihe Court House door, in the citv of Fav-
ette, Howard county, Missouri, between the hours
of 9 o'clock A. M. and fi o'clock P. M. of that day,
and during the sitting of the Circuit Court of
said county, Sell to the highest bidder, at public
sale, all the right, title and interest of the said E.
K. Altcrbury, in and to the following described
real estate situated in the county of Howard, to-
wit: The North holf of Lot No. 50 in the city of
I'ayeite, togeiner Willi rne appurtenances and im
provements thereunto belonging.
Levied upon by me as the property of the obovc
named E. K. Atterbury to satisfy said execution
ana costs in lavor ot Saai'l. J. Duncan.
Sheriff of Howard County.
Nov. 10, 1805. 59
season eight and one fourth (ons of gropes
from an acre of ground. He shipped five
and a half tons nnd made Iwo and three
fourth Ions into wine, Eellina five hundred
gallons. Other growers in thai region of
the luke on islands and on the main lutid
have done nearly as well.
St. Louis is to bo thoroughly cleansed, in
anticipation of a visit of the cholera, oral il
is probable that a hospital will be established
there for the exclusive use of cholera
The Dtccniber Term of the Howard
Circuit Court commences at l ayette on
The grand railroad meeting at Fullon on
the 20th, attended by the Governor, various
members of Ihe Legislature and other dig
nataries, resulted in the appointment of a
committee to correspond with the people of
Boone and Howard counties, and secure
their co-operation in getting a road through
the counties of Cullawny, Bonne and How
ard; also, to correspond with the Pacific
and North Missouri Railroad Companies,
end get such assistance as they would give
in aid of the enterprise; to hold meetings at
their pleasure, and secure the passage of
a bill at the present session of the Legisla
ture incorporating o railroad company; to
open books for the subscription of stock;
(o have a route for the contemplated road
surveyed, as soon as practicable, and to do
anything necessary to forward the work of
building a railroad through Callaway
Gen. Fremont is in JdfjTarson City mak
ing proposals to the Legislature for the pur
chase of the South Branch of Ihe Pacific
Railroad. It is said that his friends at the
capitul gave him an enthusiuitio reception
Secretary McCulloch will urge, in hit
forthcoming report, the reduction of the
currency by positive and cautious means,
and lie wi'-l continue the policy of contract
fog; whenever practicable, as (he floating
portion of tli o national debt becomes due.
Our Relation with Mexico.
A leadire paper Lo Sociedad publi.-h-
Advices from Europe of the Dili, state
that the rebel privateer Shenandoah surren
dered lo (he British authorities at Liverpool
on (he Gill. The officer and crew were
paroled. Tlie vccl will bu delivered lo
the U. S, authentic.
ed at the Mexican capital, has the following
article in relerence to the attitude of the
We do not believe in Ihe imminence of a
declaration of war against Mexico and
France, nor in ill immediate danger of on
American invasion. Bui that which seems
to us scarcely less offensive is (hut neither
can one confide in Ihe protestations of neu
trality by Mr. Johnson Ihut (here is room
fir presuming (hat, Although he might be
tincero and well tlisposed, he would per
ccie it impossible to extinguish the cunll i-
gralion whose elements accumulate on the
trontier. Jhal, in line, in the actual stale
of nll'iiirs and of feeling, the menacing atti
tude of Ihe American Uovernment cannot
do less (h:in retard iiidelinotety the pacilica
lion ol Mexico, deprcciato its credit, para
lyze enterprise, encuurage the disalfucted,
and disconcert alt cclcuhilkms, military, po
litical, and linanclul. We know that the
Cabinet of Washington finds itself assailed
and besiegad by grave internal occupation
that it has to reconstruct the Union, organize
the lubor of ihe negroes,, and sutain grand
farliamenliiry struggles, tint also it is
known that it views with on evil eye the
Fre.icli standard in Mexico and the found
ing of a Monarchy on this continent, and
that while it maintains in reserve this im
portant question, it wilt endeavor to resolve
it in accordance with the sentiment of pop
ular impatience and republican traditions.
It is possible to loresee, therclore, that even
if it dues not openly combat the interven
tion and the empire, at least it will endeav
or (o agitate Mexico, to weary, by means ol
cjtitinual alarms, (ho expeditionary forces,
to let the i rench army exhaust itself, to en
ervote the tmpire, and excite the internal
enemies, with the puFpose with greater safe
ty, of precipitating itself w hen the day of
olli.iial rupture shall arrive.
This dissolving policy ennnnt be tolera
ted: a declaration of war would be prefer
able (o (his declaration of pennunent ill
A'itl. As to France, her
honor and (he safely of the expeditionary
lis? will not permit Iter lo remain long un
der the action of provocation disguised end
We hnpe, then, that before the year cx
pires Ihe Government of the United States
will be placed under the necessity of llmg
ing into the bravo (he sword brandished in
the air in that region for several years and
measuring it fuirly tnd squarely in a decis
ive and detinue encounter.
Cairo, Nov. 27.
Mr. King, one of the pilots of the ill-fated
JSiagara, arrived here this evening, and fur
nishes the following additional particulars:
THo loss of life is fifty to seventy-five, nnd
those principally negro soldiers. A few
deck hands are supposed fo he drowned.
No cfaers are missing. The boot is lost.
The cargo ccnsuled of 200 tons, including
100 bales of cott-m. The cargo was con
signed principally to Memphis and Cairo.
The accident occurred about 9 p. m. on the
24lh, eight miles bbove Helena. Each
boat gave the proper signal when sufficiently
far apart to easily pass. The Post Boy
struck the Niagara ainidsbipe. Being deeply
laden, she passed under the guards, of the
Niagara, and passed through her hull to the
I. jger engine. The Niagara sunk in from
three to five minutes alter being struck, to
the boiler deck. Mr. King says when he
left she lay straight, and thinks if Ihe bell
boats reach her in time they can saye her.
The Post Boy was uninjured, f Republican.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, to me executed
by John G. Eberle and his wife, dated the
8th day of February, a. b. 1R64, recorded on
cnees 3!) and 40, of Dced-of-Trust Book "E." in
the Office of the Recorder of Howard County,
Alissourl, to secure Ihe payment or a debt therein
mentioned, in favor of Bemamin Hays, I will,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. si. and five
o'clock p. M., on
Tuesday, December 12, 1865,
sell at public vendue, (o the highest bidder, at
me premises, ror casn. l.oi jso. i in DiocK lo
11, in the city ot Glasgow, in said county.
JOHN V. TURNER, Trustee.
Nov. 16 1865 4t n23 $5
o(icc of Filial Settlement.
A LL creditors and others interested in the cs-
S. tate of Calvin J. g.irtin. deceased are i
tilled that the undersigned, administrator of said
estate, intends to moke a final settlement of said
estate at the next term of the county court of How
ard county, to be holden at Fayette in said coun
ty, commencing on the third Monday of Decem
ber. 1865. DANIEL CROWLEY,
Nov. 16, 1863 4w n23 Adm'r.
Id. H. bAXTON & CO.,
ST. LOUIS. MO.;- - -
HAVE CONSTANTLY on hand the lafljlfcsw I
assortment of FIRST-CLASS PIANOSO
kept by any one1 House in the West- They keen k.
me neiiiiuie iiiairuiiiruui dibug OY
WM. B. BRADBURY, .,.
CHAMBERS & GABLER,' -
NEW YORK PIANO FORTE COMPANY,
JAMES W. VOSE.
Mason' & Hamlin's Cabinet Organs,
$UO fo $COO each. ;
SECOND-HAND PIANOS, MELODEONS,
Which are sold at Bargains. ';
Send for " Circular" and "Price-List.'?
Wabebooms : Corner Fifth and WALifdr,-
(,unaer soninern Hotel,; .
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Oct. 12, 1863 lyr.
A dashing vouna bachelor lately appeared
in the Central 1'ark with two handsome
ponies, 'Ahose tails were done up to look
like a liidv s waterfall, end cooped up in
small lUli nets. The resemblance was cap
ital, and the Icum created a great sens; (ion
PALMER & CO.
HAVE still on hand their usual assortment of
BY virtue of three executions issued by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Howard coun
ty, and to me directed and delivered, returnable
to the December (erm 1865, one in favor of Lem
uel JL. and Horace Kingsbury, one in favor or'
Chas. Harris, ondseainst Geo. W. Stapleton, and
one in favor of Robert Baskitt and against Geo.
W. and Joseph Stapleton, I will on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1S65,
before tho Court House door, in the city of Fay
ette, Howard county, Missouri. between the hours
of 9 o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M ct that
day, and during (he sitting of the Circuit Court of
said county, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, all the right, title, and interest of
the above named Geo. W. Stapleton, in and to
the following described real estate, situated in the
county aforesaid, to-wit: The N part of the NW
qr. of S 35, T 50, R 16, and part of the SV nr. of
8 20, T 60. II 16, and part of Survey No 2&93. in
same township and range, containing in said three
tracts 155 50-100lhs acres, ar.d known as the mill
tract. Also 2 40-lOOths acres, part of the Wl of
the SE qr. of S 26, T 50, R 16, adjoining the mill
tract, and part Survey 25U1 in T 49, R 16, 120
acres. Also the S part of the NW qr. of S 30,
1 00, 11 10, lio acres, and also Lots JNos. m and
99 in the city of Fayette, all situated in Howard
county, Missouri, together with the appurtenances
and improvements thereunto belonging.
Levied upon by me as the property of Geo. W.
Stapleton lo satisfy said executions and costs.
Sherifl' of Howard County.
Nov. 16, 1865. $12
.-.RELIABLE INSURANCE;' 1
WE are agents fo.- the "Old Etna Columbian,
and Morris Insurance Companies, V repre
senting a CASH capital and assets, amounting to
In which we are prepared to issue Policies, cov
ering all kinds of property on land and water,
on as reasonable terms as any other pood office.
Thankful to our friends for tit past liberal pat
ronage we solicit continuance of the same.
THOMSON & DUNNICA, Agents.
Sept. 28, 1865 tf.
N. FRANZEN. ,
HAVING sgaiin opened my Shoe Shop, I am
prepared to mannfactur TO ORDER,
DOOTS AMD SHOES.
Having had an experience of some fifteen years
at the business, I feet confident that I can give en
tire satisfaction in my work. My material and
stock ire of the best kind and warranted.
Paintr 1 !inttf ill fnr M.l t itVAr. t mm itl.l nnlrnn.
I would solicit a continuance of the same, at my
new Shop, On. Firtt street, Opposite Thompson &
Dunnica's Bank. N. FRANZEN.
Glasgow, June 15, 1865V
Hardened Villi as. A mnn who called
himself Uev. Charles Rose, and who direc
ted to be very religious and sometimes
preached in the country in the vicinity of
tins place, was brorght back here in irons,
from St. Joseph, by Captain Wm. F. Orr,
charged with horse stealing, and was corn
milled lo j ail by Enquire Biebee, to awail
his trial. When arrested he was sailing
under the namo of Fronk Sigel. What his
true name is it would be bard to tell.
Springfield Patriot, 23d.
A Good Promise Well Kept.
We find in the New York Evangelist
A quarter of a century ago a faithful minis
ter of the Gospel, of Northern birth, was
preaching in f lori.la and was called to set
tle over one of the best churches id thai
State, The salary offered was large, the
people were united, and the position most
attractive and inviting in ell respects but
one. He could not bear to brine up his
family under tl.e influences of slavery, and
so, in spite of their entreaties, he declined
the invitation. But when leaving this at
tached people, ha said that bs he was a
konng man he did not depair of outliving
Slavery, and if ever that day should come,
he would return and preach to them once
more. With that purpose in his heart, he
came North, end for more lhan twenty years
has labored as a pastor in the Stnte of Ill
inois. At length he sees the desire of his
heart accomplished, Slavery is dead, end he
is now on his way back to the South, there
lo spend the rest of his days in preaching
'.he Gospel, where now there will be no
restraint upon his liberty.
Remonstrance. A remonstrance a
gainst culling off a six mile strip from the
north part of this county, as a contribution
to the proposed new county of Grant, is
in circulation in our city, and every inhab
itant of this part of Ihe county should make
it his business to hunt up and sign it.
A dispatch from Florida, says that Gene
ral Howard, in a speech lo the Conven
tion, informed them tliut the President con.
sidered the privilege of Freedmcn to testi
fy in Court, ns n right which must bo conferred,
33CATS XSTjD CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I31aiikets, &c, &c.
which We will sell as low as the lowest All
persons would do well to call and examine our
stock before buying elsewhere, we esteem it a
pleasure to show our goods, feeling sure that we
can give sausracuon to all parties.
We hsvt also on hand a full stock of
QUEENS WARE ,
which we offer at the lowest cash prices.
We wish to buy a quantity of
HOME-MADE JEAXS, FLANMEL.S
for which we will pay the highest market price
Persons having these articles to dispose of will
do well to call upon lis.
BY virtue of two special executions, issued by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of How
ard county, and to me directed and delivered,
returnable to the December term, 18tio, one
in favor of Joseph Lesley, and one in favor
of Wm. M. Mnupin, and both against. Thomas
Haston, 1 will on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1865,
before the Court House door in the city of Fay
ette, Howard county, Missouri, between the hours
of 0 o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M. of that
day and during the sitting of the Circuit Court of
f.i ..... ... 1 1 i ih. kuu.i I,: JJ.. K..ui:.
Mlltl cuuuijr, bcii iv iiiu iiiiic-sl uiuuci , m puuui;
auction tor casn an ine rignr, title, and interest or
the said Thos. J. Haston in and to the following
described real estate, situated in the county afore-
i . .. .:, . Tt. . ul- c 1 l T ki i i -r i .-1 1
aiu, IW-WH I un u ji u i-., & ui, n ti, luu
acres; W part of SW qr. of S 14, T 51, Range 17,
04 acresj the W4 NE (jr. of S 14, T 61, R 17,
SO acres j part or ine ise qr. s lo, 1 oi,u il.
lily acres; and pari or BW qr. s n, .1 01, K 11,
125 acres; all situated in Howard county, Missou
ri, together with nil the improvements and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging.
Levied upon by me as the property of the above
named I nomas J. nasioo, to sality said execu
tions and costs.
P. M. JACKSON,
Sheriff of Howard County.
Nov. 16,1805. ?9
J. MacNkill, )
1). MlN. I'AI.MI B. I)
Glasgow, Nov. 23,
WATER STREET, GLASGOW MO.
Would call attention of all buyers of
To Ills present stock, purchased
ufier the large decline in Gold.
I am prepared to offer lo my friends and cus
tomers a complete assortment of all kinds of
Groeeries at the
Very Lowest Rates.
Will pay the highest CASH PRICE for
Bacon, I.ard, Hides, Wool, thick
ens, Ecgs, Butter, Pofatocs, Applet
t orn. Wood, &.C., kc,
;iagow, Nov. 9, Ifii.'i.
1865. . 1865,
raw -j tj m n m. m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
DRY ' GOODS. CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Sats and. Oaps
is now offering the LARGEST and most' elegant
assortment of goods ever ottered in this market
Having bought bis goods at
EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES
he is now prepared to furnish all with goods at
a small advance upon cost. ' He calls especial
attention to his stock of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
PRINTS, DELAINES, GINGHAMS, fcc, Ic.
A large supply on band, and for sale cheap.
LADIES CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HATS, CTHS, C,
on hand in great variety and at prices (0 suit all.
A large assortment oi
READY MADE CLOTHING,
the la rgest that can be found in the city, which
for make and cut cannot be surpassed this side of
of every descrintion on hand.
patronage, I solicits continuance of the same.
Glasgow, Mo., Sept. 28th, '65 ly.
Notice of Final Settlement.
ALL creditors and others interested in the e
tate of MAHALA HERRING, deceased,
are notified that tha undersigned. Administrator
intends to apply to the County Court of Howard
county. Mo., at Fayette, on the third Monday in
Decemoer cext, to mane a nnai sememeni oi sua
estate. J. B. 0AMERON, Adm'r.
Nov. 16, 1865 4w n23 ,.. .. I,,,
The friends and patrons of the
HOME AND. ARCTIC
N. Y. INSURANCE COMPANIES,
will pleace take notice that the agencies of these
companies have been transfered from Mr. J. 8.
Thompson to Mr. H. C. TEMPLE, manager
telegraph office at this place. Ollice 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, 1W55 no. 16 If.
BUY all vonr Bed, Carriage and Horse Blank,
ets of us, and you will be sort to get the
Iii...iK St Co.