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SPEECa 9?. (SCHUYLER COLFAX.
, Special Dispatch to the Chicago Republiceii,
,l,V'i-; r". Y..'V",,',-!,0T0'' NuV'
.'Tli' speech ef the tlon. Schuyler Cullux
IdHt nighty his !rba(le (Jiliies sensation, h be.
ing consiJerei as, in a, great measure, the
key note of the, action' of the Republican! in
Congre,'Oijd (rtijloating pearly ;( ,
Eirt-tlil1n'o Southern rebel State will
be admitted Upon the floor at the organiza
tion. ' ;' '. ,"
"jScoortrj-i'l'llst no work of t-econstntciion
will be reoognized tinljl, (Tier , mature de
liberation, that action m submitted In and
ratified by tie people rit the polls, in such
mttiiner lluit the North will have an sssur
ahce or their honesty.
- Third--The test oath will be enforced
for year ta coifie. ' ' '"
'hi . M.I .Mil L ..''.' ' - i. i
lolirin Uiat Uie organization oil lie
Union party will not be abandoned upon any
consideration.
'Filth That the President hii made de
wands liport rebel Stoles, lo comply with
certain conditions that he deems ' necessary
to re'orgnrvizalion ; that ubngres will - ftp
proVe of that much, btit go hinder and do
miind more, and in that they will be sua
tained, by the people; that the question of
negro auttrage' will not be made a primary
consideration, but will come in due time
that, llipupti many men have paper pardons
in their pock el i, the people have not yet
ratified iliem. ' '
I'. r ' I .r n m. .
AauiscTONj nov. to. i ins evening
a large crowd of friends of Speaker Colfa
repaired to hie quarters, and complimented
hita with a serenad',' In response to ear
nest calls, he appeared and addressed them
as follows I '
, iMi Friends I thank ynti fur this pleil-
sunt screnado with Which you welcome me
on my return to me spnere oti; public duly
v amceji tell liere.g, h.ave - travelled, as you
ail are aware, many thousands ol miles
:.JVIy thr nghls turn 'this evening lo the aus
piCious condition or our . country. now
compared wilb the. closing of the last Con
gre&s. Then) an alien and hosMle flag wav
ed over cities, and forts, ' and camp, and
regiments ; and we went home in March to
assist in raising more troops, called for by
the President, Now there in peace over all
the land, and the Aug of" ihe Republic waves
unquestioned over every acre of our, nation
al domain. fCheera.J .
. . VVe never knew the value of our institu
tions' until the hour of their peril. If. . we
had failed, there would have been no recon
struction from the tomb of nations. Hut,
thanks to our herdio defenders, no Gibbon
will write the history of our decline mid
fall, Cheers.
1 shall hail the day when all the States
i First That the declaration of Independ
ence mtit be recognized as the law of the
land, and every man, alien and native, white
and Hack, proleoted in the inalterable and
God-given rights of life," liberty and the
pursuit oT happiness. Mr. .Lincoln, in that
emancipation proclamation, which is the
proudest wreath in his chaplet of fame,
cheers not only gave Ireeclum totiie slaves
but declared the government would maintain
that - freedom, f Applause. 1 We csnnol
bandon them, and leave them dclenoel as
al the mercy of their former owners. They
must be protected in their right of person
and property, and their freedom must have
the right to sue in all courts ot justice lor
nil just claims, and lo testily also, so as to
have security against outrage and wrong.
call them Ireemen not Irecdmen. I tie
last phrase might have answered before
their Ireedom was fully secured, but they
should be regarded now as ireemen or the
republic. ("L.'Udnnd enthusiastic cheering.
Second the amendment ol their slate
constitutions, which have been ndop ed by
manv of their Stale conventions to reluct-
anllv. under the pressure ot dispatches
from the Pretident and the Secretary of
State, Should be ratified by a majority of
their people. We all know that but a very
small portion 61 their voters participated in
the election of delegates to these conven
tions, and nearly, If not alii the conventions
have declared them in force without any
ratification by the people. When this crisis
hat passed, can they not uirrj around and
say that these were adopted under duress,
by delegates elected liy a meagre vote,
under provisional governors and military
authorities, and never ratified by a popular
vote r And could they not turn over the
auli-Lecompton ercument against us, and
insist, as we did, that a constitution not!
ratified by the people may have effect, but
no moral affect w hatever 'i
Third The President Can, on all occa
sions, insist that (hey shall elect Congress
int h who cruld tako the oath prescribed by
the act of 1SG2 ; but, in defiance of this,
and insulting the President and the country,
they have, in a large majority of instances,
voted down Union men who could take the
oath, and selected those that could not, and
wiuld feel disgraced if they colli J. VVithoul
! mentioning names, one gentleman elected
in Alabama by a large majority, declared
in 'his address to the people before the
election, that the iron pen of history would
record the emancipation act as the most
moftXrous deed of cruelty that ever dark
ened the annals of any nation; and an
other, who avowed that lie gave all possi
ble aid and comfort to the rebellion, de
nounced the Congress of 1SG2 as guilty in
enacting sucjj, an oath. A Voice 'Put
them on pronation. J
Fourth. While it must be expected that a
minority of these States will cherish, for
years perhaps, these feelings of disloyally,
The adJrest wat cheered throughout, and
at its conclusion, many in the crowd rushed
forward to Congratulate the speaker, while
the band played patriotio airs.
' Every yoiing man is eagerly asking the
best way to get on in life. The Bible
gives a short answer to the question:
"Walk in the way of good man, and keep
the paths of the righteous," A great many
hooks ol advice and directions have been
written, but here is the gist of them all.
'Now, gentlemen,' said Sheridan to bis
guests, as the ladies left the room, 'bt us
understand each other. Are we to drink
like men or beasts?' Somewhat indignant
ihe guest exclaimed: Like men, of course.'
Then,' he replied, 'we are going to get
lolly drunk, lor brutes never drink more
than they want.'
Reconstruction. Last week the wife
of a rebel officer, killed whilo slaughtering
our soldiers in line of battle, and whose
father, Gen. Pettigrew, of South Caoolina
was twice wounded on the field while fight-
ing lo destroy his country, had presented
to her acceptance d position in one of the
Departments I As she Haunted in, 700
wives and children of Union soldiers wan
dered the streets of Washington, postponed
or despairing applicants lor Government
employment.
Again, on Friday last in Alexandria the
only man in Fairfax county who had ihe pa
triotism and courage to vote tor Abraham
Lincoln; was shot doad in the streets by a
returned rebel officer. The civil judge
who weighed the cruel murderer in the
scales of justice, assessed its price at $5,-
UUt). 1 hut was the Bmount of bail upon
which the bloody villain was enlarged.
St. Jo. Union.
INSURANCE CARD.
AND i
MARINE, LIFE,
.A-ISTX)
HAVING been appointed1 agent of the follow
ing well known companies, viz :
HOME Insurance Company of New York
(Fire and Marine.) .
ARCTIC Insurance Company of New York.
(Fire and Marine.)
EQUITABLE LIFE, of New York.
NEW YORK "ACCIDENTAL"
ranee Company.
Iniu
I would respectfully ask of the citizens of Glas.
gov and vicinity, a continuance of the very lib
eral patronage heretofore bestowed upon the
Noras
PROSPECTUS
OF
THE HOWARD UNION.
' Determined to labor zealously to promote the
interests of the people of Howard and adjoining
comities, and believing that a well-conducted pa
per will be of utility and convenience to lliein,
I respectfully solicit from them that patronage
(he enterprise deserves.
Terms Two Dollars per year, or One Dollar
for six months, mtarinblg til adeann.
FRANCIS M.TAYLOR.
AJID ARCTIC
Both these companies will centinue to issue at
this agency
Fire and Marine
policies promptly on application, and on as
Favorable Terms
as any i
ill be adiusted and
other "first class" institution.
Pi
delay. Every ell'ort made to promote tha
Loss
aid without unnecessarr
inter
e.its and convenience of patrons. Policies on
shall revolve in their appronriato orbits ,i, ,,,.. i,. . ,;!,, i ,. ,i..., i,
around the central government, and when !ore ,leir ,mbers are admitted lo a share
we can behold them distinct as the billows in the government of the country, a clear
but one as the .ea i but w cannot lorget of ,llB pe0(,ie 0f eaoll of tiiese
tbat history teaches us that it was eight states should give evidence of their earnest
years after the surrender of Yorktown, in Bnd cheerful loyalty, not by such speeches
the, revolutionary war, though, our (albert , ar8 so common, that they submild the is-
were oi one minn as to us necessity, l.elore i f ,le t0 tl,e arbitrament of war; but that they
ure cuusmuiion wi.s auopieu,- ana uie union
thus estubllMie'd.
are willing to stand by and fight for the
'l i f ,lia nAnnll.iT nitnin.l nil il. on n... n(
It, is allsbicious'that the ablest Coneress ! i,f , .1 i ti. A.,n. ,.,., ; ; ',
ihat.ever;sal, during my knowledge ol pub. mucIl prtipi,n(lon. Let u, rather make
1 1 n afT.ifa. rr. ..... h .... . 1. - i 1 , . 1 1 . .
haste slowly, and we can then hope that tha
lotindatidns ot our government, when thus
lio affairs, meets next month,' to face and i
settle tho mnjnentqus questions which will
De brought . before it.'i It will not be gov
erned by any spirit of revenge, but solely
by duty to the' country. I have no right to
anticipate its action, nor do I confine myself
to any inflexible, unalterable policy J but
fbese ideas occur to me, and: I speak of
them with the frankness with .which we
should always express our views.
Last March, when Congress adjourned,
the States lately in rebellion were repre
sented, in a hostile.. Congress and Cabinet,
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Single, copies of paper, 10 cents.
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1865
1ST E "W"
FALL GOODS!
GEO. PHIPPS,
AND
C3
c i1Ari.es f. WllIGHT,
LICENSED AUCTIONEER,
ROANOKE, MO.
WILL give prompt attention to all orders for
his services for the public sale of all kinds
of
v. real or personal.
October 3, 1805 3m.
flcto Jfunutnrc Jito,
A. M1NTEB.
J. W. HERYFOSD.
MINTER & CO.,
FinST STREET, CLASliOW, MO ,
KEEP constat"" on hand a good assortment
of
Furniture,
All Kinda of
which we otfer at a small
prices,
A complete stocK or
advance on St. Louis
LIVES,
And acainst
A-CCIDEISTTS
of every kind, w ill also be issued by the "Equit
able Life" and the "New York Accidental" on
application to me. Particular attention is invited
lo the advantages anoroeu Dy inese iasi nameu
mcdes ol" Insurance. Pamphlets and information
fumiTiicd on call.
II. C. TEMPLE, Agent.
Office in Telegraph rooms, up-stairs, in Plnpps'
new brick building, Glasgow.
sjCm'l. steinmetz.
PH. II. SUEPFER
DRY
Boots
HATS
GOODS,
Shoes,
& CAPS,
HARDWARE, &C.
STEINMETZ & SIIEPPERD,
WHOLESALI! & RETAIL
:HOG:
reconstrueled-, on the basis of indUnutahle 1 VS "H"' invariably in advanc
JOS PHUJTiriO,
lnyahy, will be as eternal as the stars
f Applause.
In President Julinson I have unshaken
confidence. I cannot forget thtt, in
Senate, at the opening of the rebellion, he
was the only Southern member who
denounced it and its originators, and that he
was faithful among the faithless. Ap
plause.! Nor do we forget that, when on
his way from the capital to his home, insul
Of all descriotions executed in a neat ai 1 work-
i manlike manner, on reasonable terms, exclusively
the . Qh
e never faltered in his devotion to the j Tishld m'this counlTy
Jnioti. Nor can I forget his speech, w hen jas will be approved in Uie
uevising ways eno means lor the destruction ,ed thouFi he was at many railway stations,
nf ha miiiiiI... ft . .1 -- It.. . n J . . '
known, and it bns been reported to me on
thi testimony of members of the to-called
Confederate Congress, that : General Lee,
the military head of the rebellion, declared
last Februury, in his official character, that
the contest was utterly hopeless, but (hat
their.Congres,and Cabinet determined to
Continue the struggle, end 26,000 men Ml
after that time, on bah sides, in the balllts
around Petersburg and Richmond.
Since the adjournment of the United
States Congress, not a sincle rebellious
BLANKS kept constantly on hand.
(5?" Office in the old "Times" building.
he
U
IVi Hilary Uovernor ot iennessee, to a mass
meeting of colored men at Nashville, at
which fie declared all men should have' a
lair start and an equal chance in the race of
life, and let him succeed who has the most
merit. You all remember his speech to the
colored regiment of the District of Colum
bia, wherein he repudiated that stereotyped
declaration that 'This is a white man's
country alone,' and insisted that it was
llmir. uln V'.ill .(.m.lrilia, nln Ilia fA-
State voluntarily surrendered ; not an ermy ,narks to ,ile South Carolina delegation, that
aiu uunn us wruuuns noi a ree mem
abandoned . their
1 1 the only right system was to protect all men,
L'nion armies conquered a peace, not bv i ,ii. .1 i. V.i
any promise of Voluntary submission, but
byllie force of arms. j
Some- of the members of the so-called
Confederate CoPg'ress, who, about adjourn
ment last March, were struggling to blot
this nation Irom the map of the world, pro
pose, I understand, to enter Congress on
the opening of its session next month, and
resume iheir former business of governing
the country they struggled so earnestly to
ruin.' They say they have lost no rights.
It seems as if the burning of the ships of
our commerce on the ocean, starving our
prisoners, and raising armies to destroy the
nation, would impair some of these rights
until their new governments wers recog
nized by Congress. fCheers.l The consti-
uuon, wnicn seems irameu lor every etner-
Cor. of Market and Water Streets,
GLASGOW, MO.
IPS" STORE-ROOM AT HIS NEW BRICK
STORE, CORNER OF MARKET & FIRST
blllLlilS, ULA&UUW. .SfcJJ
TT
rXAVIXG iust returned from NEW YORK
CITY, and purchased A LARGE AND FINE
STOCK OF t'AXV AXI STAI'LE
HOOnS. would re-pcctfullv call the attention
of those wantine; Goods to give me a call.
Keturnmg itiauKs ror past lavors, i nope io
merit a continuance of the same.
Persons wanting Drv Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Clothing, Hardware, and many
other articles too numerous to mention, will do
well to give me a call, and examine my LAKGE
STOCK before making their purchases, as I have
paid special attention to selecting a stock suitable
to the wants of this community.
GEORGE PHIPPS.
Glasgow, Oct. 19, 1SC5.
laterals would follow. We all remember,
too, his earnest dispatches to the Southern
Conventions, and that he has signed the
death warrant of every one who has been
convicted of conspiracy.
The great Union organization of the
country carried it successfully, aided by
our heroic defenders, through iho perilous
crisis of the past four years. Our beloved
martyr President leaned upon it inthe dark
est hour. It stood by the national cause
unfaltering. It Toted down the Chicago
platform, which declared tha war to be a
failure, and which demanded a cessation of
hostilities. The people have placed the
whole power of the Government in its
hands executive, legislative, and judicial,
and reassured it by the brilliant victories
gency, gives to each House Ihe exclusive ol this fall. Let us emulate the example ol
right to judge of the qualifications, election,
and return ol its members J and I appro
hend they will exercise that right.
Congress having passed no law on re-1
Btoratiou, President Johnson prescribed eer
tain action for these States, which he deem
ed indispensable lo their restoration to their
former relation to Ihe government, which
I think eminently wise and patriotic! -
First That their conventions should de.
dare the vass'ous ordinances of secession
null and void ; not as some have done,
merely repeal llietn, t ut declare them abso
lutely without any force and effect.
Second Thai their Legislatures should
ratify the constitutional amendment abolish
ing slavery, that this cause of dissension
nd rebellion might be utterly extirpated.
Third That the whole United States
repudiate the rebel debt, though, by its
terras, it will be a long lime belore it falls
due, as it was payable six months after the
recognition of the Confederacy by tha Uni
ted States,
This reminds me of en old frieud in In
diana who said he liked to give his notes
payable ten days after convenience, laugh
ter and cries of 'good," "good."
r But there are other terms on which, I
think, there is no division among the loyal
Dto ol Uie Union i
its Iriends in all the States. Lat us study
unity in the light ol duty, and believe that
the executive nnd legislative departments o!
Ihe uoveriiment, when tiny compare views
together, will cordially co-operate in this
great work before us all, and so act that the
foundations ot our Union, wisely und pa
triotically reconstructed, shall be eternal as
the ages.
With a hearty acceptance by the South
of the new situation, 1 rejoice to belive that
under a system of paid tree lubor, and re
specting the rights of freemen, it w ill go
lorward in a career of prosperity, wealth,
and progress, unparalleled in Its previous
history. It lias a more genial clime than
we have in the colder north; a wider range
of produoiions for it has cotton, tobacco,
rice and sugar, which command such high
prices now in the markets of the world; and
has boundless Water power, almost entirely
unimproved. Kid, now, of the shiftless t
tein ol slave labor, it will with its loins
girded anew, rival us in the race of pros
perity.
In conclusion, I can but echo the words
of our departed President in his last inaue
ural, on the steps of the capital, Willi mul
ice towards none, with charity for all, but
will) firmness lo do the right ss Uod gives
ui to see the right, end all will be well.
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daily of a
on hand and are now in receipt
Metallic and Wooden Iturial rases
kept constantly on hand, for sale at reasonable
rates.
All kinds of repairing done in a neat Rnd work
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I Glasgow, Sept. 2?, 1SC5.
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EVKltY DESCRIPTION,
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for we'are determined to make it to the
NTER.EST OF THE PEOPLE
generally, to buy their groceries of us.
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7,1
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IHE undersigned takes pleasure in Informing
. the public that he has opened a new Livery
Staoie in viiasgow ai me oiu sianu on r nsi oireei,
and will keep excellent
Horses, Huskies, Carriages, etc.,
always on hand for the accommodation of the
public. Charges moderate. He also keeps a
Teed Stable, and will furnish feed for stock by the
week, day, or single feed. By constant attention
to business he hopes to receive from the public
that encouragement the enterprise deserves.
W. P. PITTS.
October 5, 1S6j tf.
iSTeTT Stock
OF
GROCERIES
IHpHE undersigned is fully prepared" to giva t i
JL the public
Ail the Rciiefita of the late Great
apprrciatiou ot Currency,
by furnishing them with any article in his line of
business, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES-
Having boil"',! .ecentlv. under all the advan
tages of a CASH MARKET, will sell accord
iuu'ly. MY STOCK CONSISTS IS PAHT 01
Pugnr,
INSURANCE NOTICE.
Tbe friends and patrons of the
HOME AND ARCTIC
N. Y. INSURANCE COMPANIES,
will pit ace take notice that the agencies of these
companies have been transfered frum Mr. J. S.
Thompson to Mi. il. C. TMPLK, manager
telegraph office at this place. Olhce for the pres
ent In telegraph rooms, where policies covering
iguius! toss uy
Fire, or Inland & Ocean Navigation
will be promptly issued on the most favorable
terms. 0. J. MORTON, Special agent.
Ulasf ot, Sept. 23, I860 no. 16 tf.
CELVm CHEEK
WOOLEN MILLS.
T WISH TO INFORM my old customers and
X the public generally, that 1 have my .Manufac
tory in COMPLETE itUNM.Mi iinm.K, wnn
an addition of the Latest Improved SPINNING
MACHINERY, anil am now prepared 10 I'AKU,
SPIN and REEL YARN, all "ra les, at 25 cents
per pound. Also, to CARU ROLLS and MAN-
Lr AlU Alj V, OUI. lino u-- iiiucu ciuiu, : ui';
WHITE RED BLANKETS, GRAY and SAD
DLE BLANKETS, WHITC, COLORED and
PLAID FLANNELS, GIRTHING, CARPETS,
iLC, by the yard or on shares.
FlM.IXi AM YEI.
C ountrv Cloth. Flannel, &c. fulled, colored
and finished, at 12 to 30 cents per yard, accord
ing to work, color aim nuisu.
1 warrant my work done in a complete and
workmanlike manner, and in duo time, ( nv Ike
war it oifr.) JOH Sl'TI.li'l'.
Sii.ves CRLtK Mills, near Roanoke, t
Randolph county, August 31, 18dj. )
Cotiee,
Iron,
Nails.
Spun Cotton,
Dye-Stulis,
Hardware,
Cutlery,
Sovthe' Blades
Kih,
Scoops,
Chains,
Rope,
Hinccs,
Screws, .
He, ii.c.,ic.,
Hny Fork.
Weeding Hoes,
Coal Oil,
Suit.
Seea,
Cotton and n oui rai 'i-,
Shovels,
Fruits,
Confectionarieii
Locks,
111 ushes,
pi ice IN
EST Will liny Ilie highest market
CA'hH for all kinds of Produce.
(JjjS" Also, Agent for Receiving and Forward
ing Freight.
Store-room in the old Post OlTice, at the corner
of Water and Howard streets, next door to my
old Stand, Glasgow, Mo.
GEO. II. TATDI.
June 15, lStio ly
WHITE, BILLING SLEY & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TC0IO6 N. Second St.
ST. I. Ol IS, MO.
July 27th, I86.1 ly
COME and examine those beautiful Photo
ftraphsl Just the thing to till those empty
places in your album. Pai.mii Si Co.
Glasgow, Sept. 21.
WILLIAM B. TALLY,
CsSkwt tlio old Stn.xxca,)
has now for sale on commission, all kinds of
such as Bedsteads, Mattresses, Bureaus
etc., etc., including all kinds of
for family purposes.
IXDERTAIUMJ
Chairs
Furniture used
Wooden and Metallic colfms of all kinds, fur
nished to order.
All articles finished in good style, and sold at
reasonable rates, for fish.
Cliigow, July th, 18ft6.
UA.ILY T1IKOH.M Ml
FROM
ALLEN TO GLASGOW,
AND
Allen to Brunswick !
MiKTSQ CLOSE CONNECTIONS WITH THE
NORTH M0M1AILU0AD.
1) ASSENGERS to and from Central Mi-sonri
will Und this a safe, pleasant and expeditious
route. At Allen, close connections are mads
with trains on the North Missouri Railroad, and
no annoyances of delay will he experienced by
passengers except in cases of unavoidable aco.
dents. Employing none but careful and expe
rienced drivers, there need be no apprehension of
accidents on this line.
Through tickets from either Glasuowor Bruns
wick, ran be bought at the offices of this lin in
these eili.s. WM. SMITH, IVopiietor.
September 7, IfWll tf.

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