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TMptAY,MOKilMQ. JULY . JSWT
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
' of Ohio.
ro not TKESIOKSX
WILLIAM A. WHEELER,
of How Tork.
The Cry of Koform.
ir, me democracy arc inaKitig special
A effort to humbug tho masses by I ho
j cry of "roform." But this cannot do-
celre an Intelligent people. That
?f which most nocrts reform Is llio dem
4 oerscy itself. If lids psrty bo so
bx1ous for Its country's welfare, It
' should address itself to this task at
oneo. Its post history aud present
J position commend this as tho proper
thing for It to do. They talk of Til
den as a 'reformer," and call upon
tho people to elect him Prcaldont for
this supposed virtue. In whnt re
spcet does his life, character, and an
tccedeuts, Justify tho assumption?
Has not his whole llfo been spent in
the most corrupt political atmoi
jihcroktiown to American politics?
How has lio amassed his giant for
tune otherwlso than as the attorney
and agent, counsellor aud adviser, of
tho largost corporations, and most
cxlcnulvo railroad monopolies, kuown
to the country?
Tho moro thoroughly to subserve
their alms, they have mado tho ad
ministration ol President Grant, and
the policy of tho Hcpublicau party
generally, tho special marks for their
abuse and detraction. Hut Time,
aud the truth of History, will vindi
cate the llight, and show up theso
merciless tradnccrs in their true
light. On tho subject of these abu
ses and misrepresentations, the Inter-.
Ocean justly says: "It is useless to
lecture there greedy defamers; but It
is not wholly useless to appeal to tho
people to discredit these vile attacks
on the chief magistrate. For eight
years charges of tho .most vlllanous
nature have encircled General Grant
like a cordon of angry serpents. Ev
ery eflort has been made to iuvolvo
him in dishonor, rromlucut mem
bers of his own party lu the Senate,
able and merciless, have sought,
through months, to eliminate him.
A House committee has labored
through an entire session to destroy
his character; ambitious and unscru
pulous members of his own Cabinet
have tolled to blacken bis reputation;
but through It all ho has come, clean,
unsullied, unbroken ; no stain upon
hisrcpiiUtlou; no particle of pitch
upon his garments; uo color of spoils
upon his fingers. Talk of reform I
Ho Is tho father of It. It wis he that
urged upon Congress tho clvil-scr-vice
bill. It was ho that forbade the
taxing of government employes for
party purposes. It was iio that
brought tho high-toned smugglers of
Now xorktoan observance of tho
law. It was ho that directed tho
prosecution of tho whhky thieves
and hroko up the most powerful ring
known since the Itrpubllcwas found
ed. With tho lifting of a finger ho
could havo stopped all prosecutions,
all reform of every klud in tho Fed
eral service, but the order went forth
aud dishonesty fell beforo it. Per
haps if It had becu different the Pres
ident would not now be tho object at
which malico aud stupidity both dl
reel their blowa ; it looks as if he
were attacked because ho has been
fearless, becauso ho has been inde
pendent, because ho hfi been truo to
tho party which elected him, and
truo to that down-trodden race that
trusted his promises."
What Is the matter with the confeder
ate House? Why don't Uicy obey tho
command of tho National Democratic
Conrentlou, and "instantly repeal the
resumption act of 1876?" Greely said
oftho last Democratic platform upon
which he was nominated, "Platforms
are mode for candidates to spit upou,n
and perhaps IM Is tho general Demo
eraUo idea of the present "sound and
fury meaningless docalojtio." Ex.
Gen. James II. Tiiltln, or Des Moines,
the strongest Democrat in Iowa, who
has been the Democratic nominee for
Governor, is going to work for Hayes
Like thousands of war Democrats,
Gon. Tu'tlio ts alarmed by tho record of
tho Confederates In Congress, and the
ruin thra?-5d to tho country by their
rctBnTUi power. The sight of a solid
array of tbp ex-rebels oftho South at
6t;Lous,.wlthnot6ne 6oulhem union
tusn there as a delegate revealed to Gen.
Tutte the purpose of the Confederates
tocarry Into effect what Hen Htl
thre4iRd'In Consrress last winter.
feet down AC)000 majority in Iowa for
Hsf m w4 Wtytey-Ks;,
Oiw.fcJaowaiUtouT, Ii; neekmati
atwlfe, returned on Balordsy last
from a visty of several weeks to the
centsBpialfifia t JUwYork. Mrs.
R. wm sick" for right days in New
York but bat about recovered, Mr.
. retunu 1 fo4 health ud spirits
lbh k stvrs it was getting rather
wal JPhW4elphl ajsong so
'm&?itfmlUn Tho wonderful
tm stsMfMWi t4Mr svra cnoogh
-IB lfrUtHisHfetime, utA utterly be
Conslttencv mav be aJewel. but it Is
evident that.the Democratic party has
no ownership in the jewel, in mo lot-
lowing plank of tho fit. Louis platform
ft will bo seen that tho Republican par
ty Js denounced tor not taklnir steps to
sesame specie payments, while it is al
so denounced lor taking steps in that
direction. As a rich contribution to tho
contradictory literature of tho day we
give It the benefit of a wide circulation.
Certain portions of this plank might
havo bad an air of fairness about them
if they had iriven tho cause for tho in
crease of taxation since 1860; but n
this would nave oeen iroiunng or. uoni
ocratie corns, it could not. bo expected
In a Democratic pUttbrm.
"fit form Is neeeaaarr to establish a aonnit cur
rency, to restore tho public credit, and mxlntaln
l"riiltlonl honor. W denounce the failure.
for all these, eleven year, to nk roo-l the
promiseofthclrraltcndcr notes, which area
changing Itandanl of valiteln thehaml of the
people, nl the nro-psyment or which It a His
rerard f o the tdhrhleil fallh of the nation. We
denounce the Improvidence which In the eleven
r1eral talea thirteen timet the whole amount
ranvimcc nM warn irom ine peonie in
of the lea-at. tender antes, and squandered four
times this sura tn useleis exjiense without ac
nenoanre Inc financial Imbecility and Immor
ality of that party which, during-eleren ear
of peace, baa made no advance toward reiiimp
llon, no prcnerallon for resumption Instead
haeolMtrocU-u resumption hr wasting our re
sources and exh-usHog all our surplus Income,
ami while annuallr praretslng to Intend a
speed) return la specie pafroeiitt has annually
enacted freah hlndrnnra Iheretn. Aa aurii a
htod ranee we denounce the resumption clause of
kuv ae ui ibio, ami we nere ueraauu us rciieai."
At what t mo In tho hislorr of tho na
tion naa wo a currency sounder or sulur
limn at tho prcsont time? Siuco tho
creation ol the national system not n
dollar has been lost on the
mils ol a broken bank. Tho people
have no dosirc to return to tho old State
bank srjttm. whon a man hod to con
suit a bank-note detector beforo ho felt
safe in taking a bill.
vt mi a aaot or moro than sz.uuu.uuu.-
000, created to put down a rebellion
brottcht nliout throiiL'li Democratic
teachings, nnd with over 1700,000,000
)pcr money auoai, uccs any one be
ievo that Democracy would havo
brought about resumption by tlili time?
It might have dono so by repudiation,
but in no other way.
Is there n Democrat in tho land who
docs not know the reason of the extra
ordinary increase of taxation since
IbW Irthcre is. wo reler him to the
cost of putting down tho Democratic
slaveholders' rebellion. This ascer
tained, the only question for tho Dem
ocracy to go before tho country upon
Is, "Is the Union worth what It cost to
Is thcro a Democrat who lias not in
formed himself that t'.io Republican
party has paid niT moi o than SfiOO.OOO. .
000 of tho national debt, reduced tho
Internal revemio Irom S309,52C.8I3,4l
in 18GOtolt0 007.493.8 in 1875 lo
than ten years ? To acconmllsh this
has required economy, anil not extrava
gance. Every year of this economical
management has brought tho nation
nearer to mo resumption ol sncclo
payments, and, according to Republi
can judgment, mado it possible In 187!),
the time fixed upon in tho Resumption
act that Democracy wishes repealed.
Is it possible aud wo nsk tho ques
tion of those Democrats who havo not
yet sold themselves to tho dishonorable
tactics of Morrisscv. Tildcn & Co s t
possiblo to cstifrtruct a plank for polit
ical purposes containing more pure
demagogism than llie one above quoted?
It will tall far short of its intention.
The American people read and think for
uiemseivcs, aim cannot oo deceived by
such transparent humbug as was put
together at St. Louis, and scattered over
tho country as a reform platform for
that nilnco ot demairuirues. Samuel J.
Tilden, to stand upon. The Republic.
The End of a Tragedy.
A story told by tho Ucv. Mr. Ilayiess,
pastor of tho Trinity Methodist Episco
pal Churcli at Indianapolis, over the re
mains of Mis. Helen E. Willis, who
died In tho latter-named citv last Sat-
nrtiay, is ono to arouse the liveliest feel
ing throughout tho North. Mrs. Willis
was the bister or State Senator Twitch
ell, of Louisiana, who, it will bo re
membered, was shot Mid horribly
maimed while attempting to cross Itcd
River In May last. The assassin, who
tired at him from the shore, killed his
brother-in-law, who was in tho same
boat, and wounded the faithful colored
inau who was rowiiir the narlv over.
Senator Twitclicll. upon helm shot.
jumped into the river and endeavored to
ellug to tnc fiilo ol tuo uoat with his un
injured hand, but tho assassin fired
away until his victim flouted helplessly
down tho stream. It was whllo
trying to savo him that tho coloicd
boatman was wouuded ; but ho perse
vered, and finally drew tho bleeding
man into his boat and started for the op
posite shore Senator Twitclioll was
toiupcuca to nave both arms amputated,
but after mouths ot lingetinc lietween
lire and death recovered sulHcicntly to
start on a trip North. He was aecom-
Eanicd by his sister, who was prostrated
y tho lerriblo calamities Hint had over
taken m succession the uitlereiit mem
bers or her family in Louisiana, and of-
ter reaching Indianapolis slio sank
quickly and died, us stated on Saturday.
Tho 6tory of Senator Twitehell has been
related before in Tho Iiitcr-Ueean, but
from tho address of Mr. Daviess we
learn other facts connected with his Ids
tory of tho utmost intercut. At tho
close of tho w.r liowns an officer of
General Sheridan's staff, on duty in the
Red River country, where ho became
acquainted with the ladv who nttcnvnrd
becanio his wife. Ho bought land and
settled there, and was finally joined bv
Ids mother nnd three shters witli iheir
husbands. It is not necessary to re.
count tho details here, but ot all that
number of men none except Senator
Twitehell remain alive. His brother and
his three brothers-in-law Hero deliber
ately murdered, and, as a direct result
otineseuorrm crimes, ms sister tiled,
as lias been recounted, lho remainder
of his fmnily have taken refuge in New
England, where ho will rejoin them.
This is tho story briefly told. With ono
or tuo victims fylnir dead beroro lam,
with another standing beside tho coffin
weak and maimed, unablocvou to wipo
away tho tears that fell from his eyes,
was it any wonuer mat uie oiuciaimg
minuter exclaimed :
And Mils la America, "the land of the free
and the home or the brave " the land whose his
toric koait lias been Its ftoutheru chivalry) the
land here men can thluk what tbejr pirate, and
sjieok what Uiev thluk the laud where more has
oeen said aooui ireeuum auu me ns;iiia ui iiuti
thau has beeu said In all olliur natlous com
bined. UI how the eloquence or these mute lips, and
those luiudlcsa arms, rebukes and scathes us In
our boasting. Our talk ol freedom Is a ssreasra
lhese while lips do mock at us, freedom lur
the bOUUl yet wans lis nawiuar.
Tildon ad Hondrloks Not at all
Nkw Yok. July 17 A special from
Saratoga to tho Commercial-Advertiser
says: it lias lesKeu out mere an ir
re-conceivable difference between Til
den nnd Hendricks, and hence tho
non-appearance of Tllden's letter of ac
ceptance. It is very evident from tho
harried manner In which Tilden and
Hendricks left Saratoga, tho meeting
was not a harmonious one, .and that
there are wldo differences between
them on the currency question, which
-I. II.. II I t -.I.- ,1 Mn...llMn Til
UiajT uuilge tirutiuta-B w iKpuuiaw iir
den or peacefully retire from the ticket,
Tli Democratic State Convention to
nominate ussdldates for the various
State ofBoos met In Jefferson City yes
terday. Tho result will soon be known .
County Court July Torm.
All the memliera present, except fl. D. Wat
son. Minutes read and s'gneil,
Charles JtoohrrMCounl quarter's salary allow
ed amounting to S1S0 on county fa ml.
freit. Zurcher allowed S10, Uiree months IU
port of pauper. t
Susan Itlchantson allowed S3, balance due her
for support of pauper. Warrmnton pauper fund.
"Millon White allowed I0 three months sup
Marian Ilausom allowed SS S3 three months
support pauper fund.
Dr. J, O. fl. Ferss-oa allowed S73, ono qr.'s
alary radical attendance on paupers pauier
J, ft. Caldwell allowed S73 one Uartcr salary
K.'Itrayton account maktmtTax Hook, Ac.,
S1VI M, the same amount to be paid Iir the
StateialsoaccountoltlcUlserrlcc Sill 01 1 also
account pwtsge, Ac, S100. All allowtil
llondofO.il. narbce, collector of Umpire
towmhlp.forSISOOJ approrwt anilonlcred on
Account N. Khtly, for having Delinquent list
published Sill 7J-nlloweil nlso one quarter'
saljrrSlM-allowed, w.irranU county fund.
James O. Walker presents llond Collector
Not.iwaytowu$Iilp S.UW9, avprored aud or
dered on (lie.
T. 8. 8. Wilton presents pellllon for bridge
across Caslle Branch same granted, awooul
t , i
J. L. GlMlcr account printing Sl-county
II. M. Dtn ford account SI i llanlwaret a.
lowed county fund,
.1. 8, 8 Wllwn apiilntel special brid?e com
mlsslouer to snpcrlnlend cohslructlon of bridge
across Castle tlranch.
J. U. Itlchantson presenla llond.'ddleclor.teir
erson township S1W00) apprmed and ord'-red oil
JorphS. IleiMeck presenH nind.ICollector
.Monroe township, SliO00 approved and ordered
Drlirrit that Franklin llrwllt and family be
sent to I'oor Farm.
F M. Ilrockiu allowed SIM, one quarter's
salary superintending .Poor Fjrmi wurranls
II. II, Thompson prcent Bond, Collcrtorof
ttochcslcr township, SUOWt npprov.d and or
dered on llie. . . .
tt'm, ll.iycs makes selllrnient as lload Over
seer, District No. 1.1, Monroe township) Balance
due him Sid .V), ccrliuVdto lloanl of Dlieclors
ol sail township.
Itoadcasc, Itiley Fuller and others appeal
from the decision of Id-ntnn towntilp.
Hiram Ilaln lwesenls Bond, Collector Wash
ington township, SltOOOj uppruu-d und ordered
Ordered that t'O 00! be given to J. 8. Wilson
to build bridge across Castle Urunch-wjrraut
on Bridge fun I.
Boud of John Anderson, Collector BcntoH
tosriihtpt approved and ordered oivllle.
Deellou ou road ease reiers ttl till to-morrow.
Jclv IS, it;o.
Court met all present.
K. Acer, Bjnd, Collector of 1'Ialle lonnshlp,
SIOOOOi approted and lllnl.
Ihederislon of roadense ot KIley nillcr and
others nppcalrd fioni Binlun tonnrhip, Is as
follows 'I he lload lo be fttilbllidltd ns decided
by Benton township lliard. Aln, that James
HulTman ricilte as dsnugie Sin nut all cuels
anil damages to Benton township Board.
Ambrose M irrjy alljvel Sl.i, fjr three
m inths support warrant on pauper fund.
Jamestl. Walker account SI .VJ I.-tterlng box
es Circuit Clerk's office) allowed warrant on
John Lincoln, Bond, CdlectorJa'k-on town
ship, S1.VWI) npprotcdiind filed.
J.J. jlillcr urcouiit $27 i.i, chithing furnished
prisoners) ullowid) warrant on county fund.
Ah.aji Mutllnlx stresents prtlti'in ot J. II
Holme, and others, asking for an order to di
vide Washington township as de-crib.'d lu pe
tition which is tak'ii und.T consideration.
John Anderson presents petition! if A 8. Dodds
and others to establish cerlan line for municipal
purpose, as described in petltlou. Court rt fu
ses to grant pracr of in.tiUon.
Francis M. Blaggs granted dram shoplicensc
at Whitest Hie for six months from August 1st,
18711;. ludge Watson protesting.
Court adjourned to m?et to-m )rrow.
Jlxy 19, lrt.
All members present except Joseph Peters.
WiuTjrrcl, account for twocotlius, pauinre,
S10, alloweil warrant on pauper land.
Frank Huickeibacker presents report asspe
cial bridge commissioner, w hich Is received und
filed, andS'213 paid him as cost of bridge) also,
allowed $10 services as s)vcial bridge commis
sionerwarrants on bridge tund.
Abrum Baker allowed $10 support for thrie
months from date w arrant on pauper fund.
Ordered that the lMoseculing Attorney take
ateps to restrain the sale of the real cstateadrci
tiscd for sale inn lei execution issued on judg
ment lulavor of John S. Logan, anil against W.
A.J.Smith and older, the comity luting a
mortgage ou said real estate.
1'clllionor.I II. IMme, it si, being callitl
up was ordered to be continued (ill the next
rtguhvr It rm of court.
Ordered that the freasunr be instructed to
replace the money us d ou the Klucuid case to
lis proper hind.
J. II. Caldwell account SI 3., allowid) war-
raut county fund) also, cost bill, Johnl'rino
Insane ptrson $1S -23, allowed pauper fund.
Oscarbmltb account $2 00, arm rest for Cir
cuit C If ik'sonlcejallou id county fund.
B, 31. Danford ncccouut tltl, Sunclrli'S fur
Circuit Cltrk'sofllcct allowed county fund,
Treasurer made setlleineiit. Ordcrid that Jou-
athtn Snowdin ncelve S3 UO fur three d.ij
official si-rsices, Jobeph Peters recelte Si 00 lur
tsvo days otUciul sits ices) wurrants on county
L. D. Carter account $11 30, official services)
allowed warrant on county fund.
Ordered that the lety uu railroads be as on
olher properly lor the) ear ls73.
Coutt uitluurneil to mtct ou -Jlst Inst.
Tho Blowing up of tho Saluda.
Tho following account of tho blowing
up of tho Saludu, was read by Win. 11.
Child at tho court house on thu 1th. It
was received by us toolato to appear in
its regular order:
On Good Friday, in tho vcar 1852, nn
appalling disaster oeruiteil at thu upper
lauding. Tho river was swollen Irom
spring rams, nnd tho cuirent thickly
btutled with floatiuc ico, a steamer the
"Saludu," laden with Mounon c milli
grams, declined for Utah, had lor two or
three uaysiruiticssly attetnpteit to stem
tho flood und round tho noint at Lex
ington. About tl o'cloekln the miirninz
it nuestion, the cantain vexed bv del.tv.
ordered an extra pressure of steam for
a final ctlort. llie mmacus were tilled
with glowiii" lutlamabli's, tho guards
crowded with passengers watching tho
outcome, the signal was ulvcu lor start
ing tho engine, when at tho second rev
olution ol tho wheels, both boilers ex
ploded with fearful fatality, all of the
bout forward of the wlicclhoue. was
entirely swept awny, nnd the hull ca.
reened and sank in tho shoal water near
the river bend. It was never known
how many lives were lost; eighty-thrco
bodies Horn inuwrccK nave uccn nuricu
at Loxington. As nr. instnnco of tho
lorco oftho explosion, it is said that
tho bout sale, welching 600 or COO
pounds, with a dog chained to it, was
found noarl v hall the way up Commerce
street, which leads down tho bluff to the
river. Lexington Uegistcr.
Texas is a Democratic State with
majority truly ponderous, and the result
Is that lawlessness and vlolcnco prevail
to an alarming extent. Tho Galveston
News, alludidg to a bill beforo the leg.
Islature, say :
"fly all means let tho scnato bill for
orzanizinir a force of fifty men. to aid
the civil authorities In suppressing crime
nnd lawlessness, pass tho house without
losing Senator Hobby, s consldcrnto
amendment cxtendlm; the service oftho
forco to every place in tho Stato, whero
occasion may require its cmpioymuut.
With tho publio school system abol
Ishod and outlawry tho rule all over tho
State, Democracy has achieved a signal
triumph In tho Lono Star State.
Tho Ho v. John Ttcnnctt prenches in
Kansas City ou Sunday next (23 lust)
consequently thcro will be no service
on that day III tho Kplscopa) Church
buiidny School, however, as usual
time for smiio until further notice,
Tho following Is a list oftho nom
inees by tho Dcmocratto convention
of Nodaway, for comity offices:
Jtcprcscntnllvc, A. P. Morehouse.
Treasurer, P. J. Keclcr.
Prosecuting Attorney, John Ed
wards. Sheriff, -Joseph M. Cooper.
Surveyor, J. T. Paquiu.
Public Administrator, Fred D.
Coroner, Thomas Phillips,
Tho superintendent of tho Transpor
tation lluroau nt St. Louis, In a letter to
tho Times, in speaking of thu direct
trade between tho Valley States nnd
European nnd tropical countries, speaks
theso words of encouragement :
Aceoidinir to mv latest advices frnm
Paris tho managers oftho French tmna.
atlantlo Steamship Lino nre making
reparations lor cstaiiusiiing u regular
ino between New Orleans nnd linvie
as soon nslhoro isttventy-lhreoto twon-tv-five
feet through tho ifeiith Puss, nnd
thai the first steamer will bo dispatched
in me tan oi mis year provided that tho
results of the next few months opera
tions on the jetties nre equally suet-OSS'
fill with those of tho past. Tho rato
from Now Oilcans to Havre on ceneral
freight will not exceed $8 per ton, or
forty cents per hundred, nnd tho St.
Louis merchants will bo enabled to get
through rates to all European ports for
fifty cents per hundred, or ?80 per ton.
ns against ninety cents per hundred
nottnds and oeeaslnnnllr PI tx-r hun
dred pounds, tho prevalent rato from
St. Louis to Liverpool when shipments
nre mado via rail to New York nnd oth
er Atlantic soapoi'ts. If Mich rales can
bo permanently secured, the whole bu
siness of tho Mississippi Valley will bo
lovoliitionizcd and thu conimerco of St.
Louis will nssunio proportions which
could hardly havo been anticipated by
tiie most sanguine believers in tho fu
ture development ol thu "Future Great."
Tho Washington Monumont.
ltolh houses of ennsress havo unani
mously passed tho bill by which the
United States assume? control aud is to
carry out tho successful completion of
Washington monument nt tho national
capital, which for so manv vcars has
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oeen n iiiuei reiuuiuiier ot wuai tuiiit
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uu ;iiiiii;MMii-ii ill lllli llisi.lill llllinu.
Tln m-li.in.il (intifiat t tut, Tuf llw, nr..,..
tlou of litis monument to the great and
goon asuingion was suggesteil oy
tho loyal women of America, who or
ganized tho Washington Monument
Association, ami nv their imltuiiuul el-
oris they secured sufncldnt suliicrli)-
turns to give an impetus to the move
ment. I rom every State and Territory
in tho Union ns well as from foreign
governments, blocks wet c donated, to be
inserted in tho monument, many or
v hich arc rich and valuable. The pro-
losed height ol tho shaft Is six hundred
eet and when completed it will tower
n majesty to the clouds nnd tdand as a
illcnt'iucmoriul of tho esteem in which
thu American pcophi hold tlu memory
of the revolutionary hero who plucked
the colonics from tho dominion of the.
liriti-h crown, and planted in tho deseit
wilds of tho new world the great Amer
ican republic. It was a very happy
thought that suggesled so auspicious n
beginning of the second century of this
Says tho St. Joseph Ilcmld of ins
Hon. James II. Itlrch. sr.. wa
too truthful in his remarks to please
ho Democracy, anil they squirmed
erriblv when he said "ho
know Rutherford n. Haves, and ho
was a gallant soldier, ami a noble clt.
zcn. cleat in war ana in pence.
He knew him to be a pure man and Hie
neer of Tilden as n gentleman nnd a
man of worth, mid no intelligent
Democrat would utter words to the
this is tnc true ciinracicr ot iiaycs,
his enemies thcuiscUcs being the
Let the North howl, for In! It is the
victim ot military oppression. Thu
South has howled long enough. It is
now our turn. A statement prepared
by tho Secretary of War shows that the
degree of military oppression in the
Noith is to that in the Sotl'h as 352 is to
303. In other words, tho number of
United States soldiers in ciirht Northern
Qtnln, ntw.mi,r,0n. !Ct-lfn ivlillntlio
average in eleven Southern States is on
ly 303. This, ol course, does not in
clude Texas, whero thcro aro sotno 3,
000 troops, and whero the citizens want
about 3,000 more to dclcnd them from
MoMcan marauders. J exas is oxcop-
tionully situated, and don't count.
Leaving mil texas, men. me ronii
has lust about onc-blxth more reason to
complain of niillitary oppression than
the riniitii. on iicnult ot llto norm, we
Tho Panic nt Wolls Hall.
finni the Chilllcothe Tribune, 13th.
Tho panic at Wells Hall last Satur
day was n sccno never to be forgotten
iv 11100 who saw it.
Tim Hall was crowded with people.
tn witness thu proceedings of tho Dem
ocratic County Convention. While ono
ol lliu candidates was speaking, a sun-
ileu crusn was iicani.a sinking ol part
of the lloor near tho door was felt, and
instantly tho wholo multitude, with on
ly a low exceptions, were rushing in
frantic delirium of terror to get out of
tho door nnd windows.
In their frenzy, thoy tornot all claims
of couttesy, all thought of propriety, ev
ery sentiment oi Kindness; nnd, regard
less ol'all others' Interests, each man
was intent on saving himself from what
nil regarded as imminent dealhj for It
was supposed that I lie walls of the
building wero nbont to fall, and bury
the wholo assembly in the ruins.
J ho wild null, tho Inltiriated clutch
inland scrambling to make a hasty ex
it, tho uncart lily utterances of mortal
alarm and horror, the ghastly expres
sion of straining eyes und pallid laces,
aro beyond the power of words to do
fcciibo. Tito occasion developed a phase
ot human nature which is bcldom re
vealed, and which seems nlmost in
credible. Men wlio aro ordinarily per
fectly self-possessed, entirely reasona
ble, and studiously considerate of the
just rights of others, lost all presence
or ininu, nil oaianco oi jttugmont, all
regard for others, aud'ruslicd with reck
less madness and prccipltato frenzy to
ward door or window. In utter oblivion
of everything except lho sense of over
mastering terror which rendered thorn
lor tho moment superhuman In strength
uui iiivru man uiiimii sis icruvuy.
J no wonuer is, mac nououv was
killed in the insane panic, aud that so
few were hurt.
Tito crowd that rushed Irom tho door
foil down tho steps In a promiscuous
mass, and wo suppose that many wero
moro or loss bruized thore whe mado
no complaint ot tlicir hurt,
Mr. Storrs, of Chicago, struck the
nail ou tho head, in a speech recently,
when ho niiAweicd tho "bloody shirt"
outcry of tho Democracy by asking,
"Who put tho blood on tho shirt?"
Whoro Thanatopsls Was Wrltton.
From Ihi Evening Tost.
At tho Williams College commence
ment banquet, in reply to nn Inquiry of
Dr. Prime's ns to where "Thanatopsls"
wus written, Mr. Ilryant said that hav
ing Joined tho Sophomore class nt Wil
liams In 1811, ho left it in May, 1812, to
go to Yale. He was disappointed in
ibis becauso of Ids father's limited
means, and while nt his homo i.i Cum
mlngton, o. o afternoon, when in his
eighteenth year, niter wandering
through tho woods, ho rested under
some majestic trees nnd wroto tho po
em. In tills place ou Monday evening
last, July 17th, of cholera Infantum,
In kant Son, of Mr, and Mrs. Nlch
olas Kirtly, ngrd about three months.
On Saturday last, lit this place, of
cholera infantum. Louisa, infant
daughter ot Mr. & Mrs. L. Ilauiiile
aged 1 year 7 months.
Hariiisox HussKl.t.. an old and re
spected citlzon of Holt oiinly, died nt
his resilience 31 miles oast of Oregon,
July?, 187C, aged C3 years nud 11
BYVlltTUK AND AUTHORITY OF AN
Kxeeutlon Issued from the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court nf Andrew Counts,
Missouri, returnable at the Aiorust Term, 1970.
of said Court, nnd to me directed In favor of
Nathan Cole, Kara U. .starkueather and Arm
stend o. Oruhh, to the use of ticrjrcT. llryan,
and nirnlnst Andrew .1. Harlan, Henry M. OKle
ami leurjil It II. Harlan, 1 have lesled lioll
and aiized all the rlvht. title. Interest and claim
of the otiose liaruid Andrew j, Harlan In and
to the rulliiwlnic ilescrlhed real eslnte, situtte In
the county nl Andrew, and Stale of Missouri,
lo-wil The west half oflhu southeast ollartet
of Section 2S, Township .11, of lt.ule 11. And
Saturday the 12A day of Auyust, 1870,
between lhe hours of nine o'clock in Die lore
noon, nnd lire o'clock In the afternoon nt Hint
djy. at the south door of the tiurt House, in
the City ol Sarannnti, County of Andrew, sell
the same, or so much thereof as may he re
quired, at Public Vendue, to the hl-the-t bidder,
for cashln hiiid, to eatlsfy such executlun nnd
COSls. I.. D. CAItTKU,
PherltTof Andrew County, lo.
BYVIIHTK AMI AliniOUITV nf u )m.
rial Kxrciilltm hem-1 from I lit nfllri' ol the
(U-rk Drill1 Clrrlt Court of ltucluiun (flinty,
U.url, return.tbU- nt the St ptcntln'r Ttim,
."Tit m1.iM Court, unil to nm tlirivu-tl, in favor
ol John S. Istigtmuml ,ilnt William A
.Smith I li.ttf k' ifil upon timlm'izt'tl nil thcriKlit,
title, tnttrist mul dulm ot miM WillUm A .1.
Smith, in iiml to the follow .titf iW-Dcrilit-tl lenl
estate ultiiHle In the county of Amltvw. mul
.Slate of MUourl. anI upon which the (vti
anil ran tn In stilil execution mentluneil nre tic
t Itiuil to In1 n Iwr. unil chaigf, tn-wit: The
wett hilf of the eulliat quarter o ncction Ihlr-t-slx
in Tonnhlp nlxty (W), or rui.KP
tlitrtv-rotir (31), In Amlrevv County, Missouri,
iwul I will, on
Tuesday the $th day of August, A.J), 187G
between the hour eif nine o'clock In the fore
noon, nm, live o'clock In the nliernoou of th.it
l.iy, ut the ituulli lloor of the (Vmit IInue, In
the CUy of .Sti.iuinali, Otunty of .ndrew, kcII
thf s.ime, or m i much then-of as m.iv he re
qui nil, ut l'uhllc Vvuiliie, to the highest lihliler,
lor citli in himl, to natUfy nuoh execution tun I
Sheriff of Andrew County, Mo.
Proposals for Cord-wood.
Scaled bttla, will be recHteilhy (he iiinUr:u
eJ, until Aiiffiist I2th to furnUh fto cords of
good, sound, dry, hard wood, four frit long, to
be di I her rd und eon led tn .School Uouie nrd,
at dnriim bh , by Oct. II liTrt. .No bid wni be
received for lesi thin ten c tnh, und Hoard re
hvrt the ripht to njret nil bids.
Ily order or ISomhI nrKducntion of Savannah.
A11U AM UUUllS.sSeo'y.
Notice U hercbv clven th it letfcra of ftdmlnbi-
trjtioii on the 04 1 tie of (i,f.r;w W IVi-litt, tie
cca-tcd, h ive been grunted in-i iinder-tlgnrit by
tht I'rob it Coin t of Andrew countv, bearlnr
ilite July II, 187U. Allpi'nonf tuvinir claims
tantn-t Maid estate are rcmilred to i xhibit itii-nt
fiiralltiw.ince. within imih ve.ir from ll.t il.itt- nf
ild letier. or they nny be precluded from hav
ing uny betn lit ot d.iid enute, and It' Huchcliim
re not pri'ented wilhm twoypur thev shall be
forever barred K. KNi.KKUUAC(CKIl.
July SO, ldiC4)wJ. AdminUtiator.
Groat Slaughter of
Look at these Figures :
Di-usaeU will ho sold us low as $1 00
Extra Supcriino from 95o to $1 05.
Medium supers from 85c to 05c.
Good two-ply, till wool, its low as 60c.
Cotton chain from 35c to 45c.
Ueslrlng to make room for my fall purchases ,
I will sell
Carpets, Oil .Cloths. House Furnish
UEGAUDLESS OF COST.
Tho!- who are fn need of inrhgood will Und
it to thf Ir intereHt. and ae mouey to give me a
call and make their uvlectlona.
will be sold at bottom pr icon, to enable me to
keep my orKiiivii riiijiioj ei uurutjf inu iiuii
keatHi. All K(d nre Wttrranteil to be as rep
rceuted good style, fn-nh stock, all of the lat
Mt jiatterni, IMeitse.GIVE ME A CALL and
105 & 107 South Fiah tit.,
LarKe assortment of Uahy C'arrlatfea at mulo
iirlces. uso w3.
ni.ls.1s. IIM'I'V ltKUKP lo Young Me n
UnSLdClBa Irom UieelTists ot Krroi-anixl Aonsei
linniilfiui'iits to Maiilaire liluotiil.
New mellioit of lleatinent. Nen
anl riluurkable reiutilles. Hooks
ami clirillura'S.! lit lies 111 senieil en-
Aildiesa HUH Allll AavlUlATlUN
411) N, Mnth strut, l'hllalrlihla, l'u. An In
sllllilion haTlns a high leinitalion for honorable
comluet unit professional skill. ntos rl
fsnAKKN'I'l'ty F. M. Sonnzs, nu premises of
X J. V. Kinney. Us. Intern Uneoln Township,
In Aiulrew luiniy, Missouri, on th, Alh day of
Jline, A. If. IOi', as a riray, imic iwi h k,
about II liuii'U lnKh, "IkiiiI lour years oi l, hlszc
laee, lift hllnlfoolaml also lift fore loot white,
iKS lilack up to the knees, lilaek mane anil lull,
no other marks or hrancls peret-ptlhle Appruis-eilattwenty-llieilnllurs,
(M) , hy John Wilson
nt Alexander IlnMrr, Hho lime Lieu duly
sworn ror that purpose. A true copy from my
Stray ltook. JAMKS llUKNH,
.lusllreof llie IVare, for Llnoolu Tp,
Juno 7.1, 'It noSJ ssl'.
Utitra. Geo. P. Howell ACo., (N, Y.) Isewr
i mper Iteixjrter, auya:
('Daniel K. Ueattr. IhoortTiin bnllder.nf Wash'
I opt on. N. J., prcmeii forward with greatest
From Wm. Voel, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
'Hsfrtral niontln oia nl Ihu ideirdnt 1'iirlor Or
Cap roil svut me, satbtfles mu that It is one of the
ettmsde. It hss arlrh tonei Its various tones
are rvsdo pleasait. I most heartily recommend
your orffii ua for parlor, church or other use."
Kent offer err r given. Money refnniu-U upon
return oioriran anu ireigni ennrgea pmii uj- nm,
I uauiei r . ijeaiiyi uuui w) u uiumiiiiHiiui) .
..r.r u ti-Mi irlal nfrtvu diva. Oriran w&rranteu
for five years. Hend for extrndtd list nf testimo
nial beror itiivini a parlor orjran. Annrrss,
DANIEL P. EEATTY,
3iu8 Washington, New Jersey, U.S.A.
W. A. PRICE'S COLUMN I
of Now Looalo, May 28th, 1870.
Vou can buy of V. A. rniCR, 1
Cnddy of bt'St Malclics, cutilaliilug 'J4
floxci, for 70 cents, or 8 boxes for 26
cents, or 3 boxes Tor 10 cents.
Hrlngnll your Wool lo W.A.Price,
ns lie Is pnylng lho highest pi lco In
If you want lho finest Crcnin Chcono
you ever saw, go to W. A. I'rlco's.he
ecus inciii ot 11 cents wliolcsalc, nna
Corn, Oats, Meal, Shorts, Dran,
Flour, for sale at W. A. 1'iico's.
Y. A. Trice Is still selling that cel
ebrated Mnryirillc Kansas Spring
Wheat Flour, for 82.C0 per hiintlrctl
potiml sack; J sack, $1,30, ) snck 70ct,
FANCY FALL WHEAT FLOUR.
If you want the finest article of
Fancy Flour you ever Haw In Savan-
nali, call nt Y. A. Price's anil fry half
sack of tho Florcnco Mills Fancy
Flour, initio from while wheat, es
pecially for city use.
No. one Millet cccil, at 73cts per
bushel, mul other kinds of seed at
W. A. Price's,
Ilrlng all your Hides, Tnllow.Laitl,
llacon, Iltitterantl Kggs, to W. A.
Price and got th: highest ca9h price.
You can got 13 pounds or Dry Ap
pies nt V. A. Price's for $1.00.
A No. 1 article of Pcnches lu three
pound enns, can be hud at W. A.
Price's for 20 cents per can, Every
can warranted the finest kind.
Oo to W. A. Prlcu'ri nnd get four
htrge lioxci) of Mason's bust shoe black
ing, for 2.1 cents, or 05 cents per dozen
boxes, nud 3 small boxes Inr ten cents,
or 35 cents per dozen bozes.
The Public will find it good assortment
at tiii: stoim: of
E. M. MITCHELL,
OF PUBLIC SQUARE.
SA YANNAH, MO.,
Prices as Low as any
House in the "West.
Cash buyers will find it to
their Interest to examine
E. M. MITCHELL.
Savannah, April 30th, 1875.
KL.:0 AT STYLES, with Vnliulile Ilil
provem'Mils. New ami llealilll'iil .olo Slops
OVKIt ON IS 'llll)i;s.NI)UrKanlstsiinl Mnsl
clans Intlwrw these orKinis anil reeJinilnenil them
usSI'ltlCn.V KIIIV1' V,..n in tone, .'.lerlian
ism uml iluiulillily. Warrnnted for six tears.
Most Elegant and Latest Improved.
Ilnselieen nwimlcl the HICllKSl'l'UKMIL'JI
Inconipetillon wllh others Tor
Simplicity, Durability. Promptness,
M HANO I.IKE ACTION.
PURE, SWEET, and EVERY BALANCED TONE, OR
CHESTRAL EFFECTS, and INSTANTANEOUS ACCESS
WHICH MAY BE HAD TO THE REEDS,
Siiul for Price I.lt. AiMrcFS,
DANIEL F. BEATTY.
30m3 AVablnfiton( Nfw Jiri'f. V, 8. A,
IKIIcvniB it to he nv FAIt thf hest Parlor nlol
Orchestral Organ minuracmriHl, we challenue
anv manufacturer to iual them. The celehrn-
teil tjohlell Tonirile Iteetts In this nririiii in e.nn-
Junction wllh the IVrlicliM ltrinl li.iurijs, iro-
nw o n-i, iui unii posserioi tones, nniieni
cases of new aii'l elegant ilealKlis, Ministers,
chinches, teuchers, schools, loilKea, etc. , should
semi tor price list anil illscounls.
Deiilcrs will II n t it to Ihelr mlrantairctockam
inethls Instrument. It has Improvements fuiinl
111 no other. CorrcHinclc nee sollcllnl.
llesl offer eterRiven. Mmiey refunileil upon
return ot niptn anil fl eight e.lurgea paiilh) me,
(lianiel F, Itealty) both ways IT unsalUiaelory.
uRer a test trial ol live rtayi. ftrtran seurrantisl
Mr hi x yiara. AKenls iliscouut itlien every
ss here I
havcuoniteut. Agents svunlcd. Ail-
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
.KiiltH Washliiton, .New Jerser, V. H. A.
T the Workins rin. We emi furnish you
emiilo)nirot ut Mhtih you can make wry large
pay. In your own localilics, without being nwny
from home over night. Ajeenti uunled In every
tnwnuiul county to tako unbscrlhira for 'llie.
Cviitennlal Keeonl, the largest (mltllcRtton In the
lnlteil .ilatec 10 (HtgeM, 64 colinnusi Klcgantly
JlluMratMf Term' only l ier year. The lUc
oril Ih ilevotedto uhutt-vcr in of hiterebt connect
l with thu Centennial year. Tim (ircut Kxhl
lilllonat I'liitndelhl.lnMully Illustrnlrl In iU
tall, Kcrlnl wants It, 'lhe whole people
fetl great Intereut lu tlulrCotintry'it Centenuml
Itlrtli'I.iy, und want to know ull about It. An
elegant patriotic crayon tlruwlng premium pie
Heutnl liee to enrh uhtcrllu'r. it l entltletl'Mn
remeiuhrancf oftho One Hundredth Anniversa
ry of lhe Independence of the United Hlutrn,"
hiZtilhv IV) Inches, Any one can become nnuc
resitlul agent, for hut ohow the pftir and iiicture
aut humlredii of Kubfteribera are t ablly obtained
every n here. Thi-te lit no bunlneft that will pay
like thU at prenent Wo haveinuny agents uho
are making an high us twenty dollar pirdsyand
iipwanls. Now i the timet don't delay. Ite
member It rosls nothing tn give the lmslncnH a
trial, tiind for our circulars, term, and futin
pie ropy ol paper, which are sent tree to all who
apply i do It to-day, Complete outfit fiee to
thoe who decide to engugt. Farmer and me
chanic, und thelv sons uml daughters make the
very best oragents. Address
THE CENTKNMAT. ItKCOltn,
SOS rortland, Maine.
SK OltllKlt to Introduce our large eight paste,
literary anil family paier, 'liiiholivn.iK,1
so of N'ew York f-uger,) containing Hlorles,
Thrilling A'lvi nluiej.Wil, Humor, I'oelry.Ac,.
to., we will send It on tilal, six months, for
only etl els., ami to every auhscrther, we will
send hymall, postage prepaid, oneof our MAM
MOTH lTAs-0.EllY I'AtKAOlif, contain
ing 12 sheets note paper, l'igood Knvcl ipes, on.
food lead pencil, 1 good Feu holdrr, X good steel
ens, 1 celebrated golden fountain pen writes
halran hour atone tilling 1 blank book, 1 Card
l'liotograph or u beautiful woman, and .splen
did piece, of Gold I'latid-Iiwiluv. Just think
ot it all Ih. above urlicles In an elegant packet,
ami an excellent literary paper an moiuns sor
only 60 cents. Try It, You aro sure to get mora
irmMls Ihan von eserlioueht before for th. PrlCfl.
The paper Mono is more Ihan worth the money.
Hend us club of Are subscriber, and we will
sendyoitan extra copy for six month, and an ex
tra package. Send money by F. O . Order or
lleglatcred Letter at our risk. Sample cople. of
luiiwr tent ou receipt ol 10 cents. Agents want
ed! Addres. W. M. UUBKOVV,
nSilwt F. O, llox M, Iirl'tol, Tenn,
THE HARRISON PATENT COMBINATION KITCHEN SAFE,
ijBf BsQs3sB xJw'
I '-WKM BBi9Hsls8sMl9silasa
isisi 1 H I li -''i "lV,V'flrTaiVj'Jstsj3TT
Till: MOM- UsF.Kf I. ItOl'MKIIOl.l) ISVKMIll.-S OF THE Allt '
MONEYSAVINfr! TsABOR SAVING !
OVER 1,500 SOLD IN TWELVE MONTHS ! 1 !
SATIUKAUTON IIUAUAN 1:KI OU l'llltt;ll AMU MONHY HKI UMIKDI AslDRKSS,
MISSOURI VALLEY NOVELTY WORKS
fsOf.K I'ltOl'lllKTOIIS AN1 MANUPACTUUEIIS,
SO?. JOSEPH, 3VtO.
Pianos and Organs.
Are nuYrlng to persons ileslrlng lo purchase uu Organ or f'lano, the
MOST LIBERAL TERMS
KNOWN TO THE TRADE.
The instruments vc fu ll iirnulluf
Standard Quality, and Fully Warranted.
Wc do not denl nt nil in uny oTthe I'lAXOH und OKAN known to dealers ns
"CI!K.IM Instrument, 'lluy uiettlmot enthel) worthies, ttnd the nrler iuld
lor thi'in i- money throw n mvuy.
The Terms we Offer
Within the re nrh of nil cIuhsch of inirclmnvr-, midenolth's tuciii to niocuren strict I
llrsteliHS fiHtrumeiit. Tnino nnd Urrtins t un lu- Imupht of ns nnd pjt for In Y.
lN-TAt.i.MKNT-. puvtihle nt intervtils lo suit the iuiehuber.
Wegnantntee Instruments to hen represented in elrciilurs, to Unit iHirvluii'cr
ure tit no j isk in ordering nn Organ or l'iuiio of us or our HKeiit.
Send for Circulars and Writo for Terms,
rtl T WkfLlili in 4 nsfnt A OA 17iiiit.t lu G tnsT4
St raj' Notice
rpAKKK i hv Jneiih MeKee, ltlnp In Mom.
JL roc Town-lop, lu Andre" count), Mtouil,
on ilM".iiUlu ot'Mti). A It l"7'l, i lif-iiiul
.Sorrel .Mare, six jenrw oM, Hv fi.ur und
siiildle insrks, nnd necU suppo-rd to Injun il
hv cot lur, no other iimiknir I'l'.ind ptntd
ed nt $MI,nn, 1 Win. Ctu-m tind NiKitlii. I Mc
Kee. A liueeop) liomm Mi'.iy it.mk
W. V .Mulli:ill,Y.
lnolt fthe IVnee, for Monroe lp,
.lune 15. no t-'i w !
ATHINO tifiatly nnd iiroinptly
exeinteil. North shle the siin.iie,
"T. P .& W." Route,
rourcsKP or thk
Toledo, Peoria St Warsaw Railwr-,
Cincinnati. Lafayette Sl Chicago fR,
Indianapolis, Cinn. Sl Lafayette 3.R,
I THK DIIIKCT IIOL'TK Irom
BUELINQTON, KEOKUK, AND
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
CHICAGOnRoiFTOUDO CIEVEUND, BUFFALO,
Aiiil to all l'olnts In lhe
EAST, SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST.
Thenltenllnn ol the Irati Unit pj'glls Is eallnl
to the following superior ultunlsc jlereJ hj
tills Itente! .
Uiirlrolil for Speed anil Safetr TJinrrllcd
In I Equipments! Hlonl.:is' Traekl
INew strrl ItnllO. Luiurieus lies limine
I'holrt'urs! Millrr I'lalform! Wert
Inshoiue Air ltrukel
Ami in fuel eseiy iiiikIi iii apjilhinre which i
ealenl.ileil tolnciease the comtolt uml salety ol
1'iisseiiuera. , . .
.MiiRnllli-ent Sh eplnc Cars nre run on nlghl
trnlns, siileinliil Day I'oiii'liison ilny Iruliia to
i:hlciipioileli).'"iil IliellnluK Chair Cara on
eeenlnirtialns.lnlMIIAArOLlS an4 tl.
UI.ATI wllhout ihunsr.
Il this ronie imssenxt rs III nvnm Ueuys anil
lisagieiahle llninlhna translers Ihrmich large
ellles, Mhlrli liuikes It espicially tletiinhle lot
ohl peoile anil Uiom not aeenstonieil to travil
Ingaml tor I.Hilles trnirllng alone. Gentleman
ly anil court eon. Cnnilnrl'iis of this ronle meal
way rt it'll' tn nnllciiate thcsiantsofpassenrers
Through l ii Vi ta cun he obtalasl at the nlllees
of all connecting ltoails, Uuggage checked
lie sure ami ask for tickets reaillng, via "T. ,
I'. A V." itoutc, fromllurlinglon, Keokuk ol
A. L. linrK1M, rtecrleer,
ll. v. TUWAShlli, uen
rassrnierand Tlekit Agei
For further Information In regaril lo Frelghl
or rassengei llusiness, oildrcss:
W. K. OTi UMPTON,
Gonorol Woator Asont,
KeU. 4, 'Jo-nol- -If.
i:s:uniiihed in lwo.
The hest and most lastlnir uailor onruii now In
use. No olher parlor oigan has ever iilliilneil
the same popularity.
It has been testeil hy thnustimls, many of them
competent Jmlgca, mul gives llnlliiMil satisfac
tion to nil.
Theinuslnls nil.iplril tn llie lmmaii voire,
ranging Irom tho sottest flute-l Ike note to a s. ol
uineol Houml iiiisnrpnsseil hy miy iustruinent.
This Insiriiment has nil the latest improve
ments, ami every ora:aii Is fully warranted for
six vcars, Large oil polish, hluck walnut pan
eled cases, that will not LltACK or WAIIl'. aiul
forms. In nihllllin lo it spleniliil liistruiucut of
music, it tiNiulllitl piece of furniture,
This organ newts only lo he seen to h. appre
ciated, ami Is snhl at extremely low Humes fot
cash, becond-hawl Instrument, taken In ex
change. Agents wanted, male or female, In every
county In tho United Htates and Canada. A
liberal iliscouut made to teachers, ministers,
churches, schools, lodge., etc., where wo have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and price-list
free. Correspondence aollclted, Agent, dls
countghen eserwhere 1 have no agents, llest
otTcreverglsen now readr. Address,
DANIEL i BEATTY,
0(titi8 Waslilngt.n, New Jttstj, V. S. A.
34 m 4
to Purchasers Bring
i A ifieftfv an J ftiit.at curt
went. AtoVtiurfr noftt, L'ati 0 or ivutt ta
617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A rcalr (rsdoit of iwo Mrdtrtl rHg, hM ton lirr
enita(!'x tn tbt trll fetitaiitl of U VswurmL 0eiut.l
ftodCbronio trte thB bj oifaT fiiffvUBtatfi.
Loui, tt city pupt-r bur, d4 kU i4 riWnu kouw.
Syphilis. OonorrhcM. Gltt, Stricture. Or
chilli, Hernia, or Rupture til Uriniry Diieatti
nd Syphil.tio or mercurial Taction! of th
throat, tkin Or bflMt. ar tmtoJ with uspirnllrl!
ucn. ea Itttcit KlcDiino prloelj l Paftl, lrit ily.
Spermatorrhaia, Sexual Debility and Impot
enCy, tbt remit if Blf 0um la jouth, Kiual HeMfi
Id niturf jean, or other cu. md bt?a proJnes ioni
of tba follow) of tffsnui 6s?r oumm, sxiuiBkl sttblnloasf,
clllltT,dtmoci)f l(tt,ds!fiKllrt uicmorr, rimpinoa lb
of tdrtu. iou of Miaal fxintr, ffc. rfDdvrinf XDtrrUK I
imprOporcruntppr,rtiirtii inoil7urv4. PatnpLkl
H prt) relkUaf tw u ttHtrp, ut la Knie4 tovcUi.
fur two potlaf ttunpi. CDiullifloB l 0tH Of by HiaII
trtt, DJloviwd, frfrtiJly tiUmrlsiioplploQ rocu nihBC
Xhta it ll loccn.ctjltDt to vlott tlioclty for tret...i,
medi':lneeo La lent by ciprtJ or tin 11 ctrry wbf n. Cm.
lil csfiurtotrs?(l,whfrt doubt f ili It tfrlilyiut'l.
VOe houni 8 A.U.toTP.M. Su&tUyt, 14 U.ul r.U.
Pamphlet, to any adJreti, for Two SUmpi.
MANHOOD Ml tg?&iS' B"'
Bent .saled, all thraa, for 80 Cents.
ai.anooo aaa wom.nnooa in usnoin, oein
(og.th.r, llluslrsted, IS Csnts.
pffiis. i GUIDE.
Hef nt eloth AQd fill Wmdiiiff. 8eild fr 00
Wt Iny vtMKlflrful io blcUrM, u u to Wat rit.kiM
ttl follow b( tjut Kit mT bo mi, wby.
Trwtt ill to marry TVbomrry Ant, Waiboo4, WoftbU
fcnod, Fbrll decftr Tbe iHu of Ikbncy kd1 ixecii.
Wbo ihouls) uarry 1 How Uf ittj b&prlai1 tx lacrtMi-d.
Tbe rbyitetogy er kiproducUoa, a& tS wn. Tbwte
urrlod or eootnapUtlog aiarrlMe ibouM r4 It,
AftiraUft-Wogiiraeiioe.lwNrtfroa tuisu M vol) M
nral eoBTiotloa, ft eufbt to be ml br ftll ftdult prMn4.
than locked up.nn Ubt jwndorloet.taltu rtti
fr-rw)lBF. It cmuIdi tbiormof medioal liter
ture,ttKiB(btif ailvrfJ In ea titnttr pracilet, and wortk
u any oi wbo wui (lie U oarefui paxuaei, tea una
"opafkdltkB. Bent M afore, b"rtrl emr, MO per.
89 eanu by mail. Cbpuv CsuArU la ABcrVca.
tiLbcr AtldrisH. leoUelaa aaNwai,
617 Si. Chirles afreet, 81. Louis, Mo.
705 Chestnut St.. St. Louts, Mo.
CMitvutUaffoH n ELI A BUB BFXCtAZt TRTATV
Miun?in eMSXCUiJVr Mid UaiHABY DteeMea.
crtbmciiKi of iwb-rycari 'ich aa 8parmatorrbaiat
Cemlnal ZsOwaea. Kervoua DobUlty, BienlitT, Im
poteaoe. end tbclrdtMitrousi ilTot, wakveHerBUDdaail
Uinautted CooiuBptloa. laaapatliy for aoclety atid marrUf
riuccMilabnilDri'l alwroccaleclonf-iUBlliiceeee el
OteeCOouerrticBa. &:riatura end Byphjlla (! rormi)
htftl DerrawltMai.areaaoi (uiure, .mummy, inanrii.
elTeoUBi Hlood. frxiM, la(rii Vlull'fiaa, moiitb. tbroata
Tbousandi of catVou cnrc4 br muU o Uitlfy, Our
tblrty Tiareprutkaasebrlaa rrBdiiitreefiercril BMdU-il
ecltrfta, bn rnpd ikUl aud esiriveoa. e ca tu4
edvLoamltr-AtaiPnt itvuraly ad piiiatcly to pervoni al
a dhtiura C'ormifiDd"Uoa eod cromltatioD fre. Flivata
Medloel Oulda it at ia aoalad aaTClopo for twoinaia.
BOOK OF NATURE,
CoBUlfiJof 14 Tr auatW flrte mraMu.
FrvrT perant) af boib artei. and riwUl!y ik9 cuitnrUf
lue BniA(v, iboulj ban UU Ulr priratoerawtr. a-icnc
( Itrtat InBi, a ad rwlnlo tbe lof of taabon4 and
wrtsa&lwod. ltiprodiKt,ro-bow to bava kMltbT,aaaUM
tbUttrea. Careful tuMlcal edTloi aod duu wall UifA er
(wriptlooi for tbe torlUioU of carij Marrlad tllfe.
Mtwrrly araled. (poll Pld) l eoy a4Jraa for f3 mu.
7iirv Dr. JaoQoee, Ootrai Vedioal lutitute,
70&UoetQut atraou 81-10 ula, Alo,
O.V riPROI'M MRUS,
IX IOWA anil MI'ssnUKI, for a term of years,
r alio PER CENT. INTEREST. V
roll nrlnteil iarlTcnlars. aililress ttko. Vi .
FiiavkA Oahkoiv, nankers, t'ornint?, Iowa
or, W. V. CALDtvtLL, Savannah, lot Asilr.w
County, Mo. J7
Dtaltr in and manufacturtr of
And Metallic COFFINS,
North Side lhe Syttare, Savannah,
(lulhe three-story Ulck.)
nOl'l-'INS OF ALL SIZKS KKI'T
VV onhaml. I also keen constantly on hand
lamenUHiitllvol tliebest tiualltyof lumherto
make any article of furniture rteslrcil. liiyeine
u cull . I can not he umlersolil hy nnyilealei
west oftho Mississippi,
Cr-lhere can always some on. lie founit ilay
BKiTnlglit at my ohl resilience, ready to sell cof
tins renin mait to all who call. ..
Irfl.lv C. WASHME"
BEATTY 131 A 9
Grand Squaro and Upright.
From Geo. n. I,etcher, f'rra ol Wm. II. Letcher
X lira. Hankers, Fayette, Ohio,
"We received the piano ami think It a eery
flu. toned one out here. Waited is short time to
Klvu It nitood test. If you wish a word In faror
of It we will cheerfnlli give It.'
James It. Ilrnwn, Ksq,, Kdwanl(Vlllr,lll.ayt
'The llratly I'lano received gli entire .af Is.
Agents wanted. Rend lor catalogue, Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
IKiuS WashlMjt.o, New J.r.cn V. . A.