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. G L A SCO W- . W E E'K Lvy:"'.T 1 M E S
iClark II. Grreen.:::::u:Ed.itor.
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TfiS SPEISGFIELD BATTLE.
The Battle between the United States
prces under Gen. Lyon, and the State and
Confederate forces, under federals Prlbe,
ZfJhis State, and McCulloch. of Texts.
as fought on Wilson's creek, ten miles
outh of Springfield, on Saturday, ldlh of
ugust. The State and Confederate forces
ere in camp, were surprised end attacked
y Gen. Lyon, about five o'clcck in, the
ornin. Toe fight continued until about
alf bast twelve o'clock.
At Ae Conclusion ef Ae battle, the fed-
raf . forces fell back to SringGell, anl
ext morh'.ng took rp the line of march
foc-Rolla, which place they reached in
amy, ine conieaerates not pursuing.
Rnssors are Very contradictory as to the
mber of men engaged in the fight, and
l. .. . . heret. P. Jackson.
.about ten thousand. All accounts be-1 Sam'i Homer
.-. . . - . ,
lue battle, represented the opposing j J. R. Joy,
rce at twenty thousand, and higher. We Sarol Steel,
SmArt not these numbers are about correct-!J- 'minerman;
C , .. '...., .. . BjJ. Groves,
neir enure lorce laic acuon. lien, mce
reMlj. Col. J.Q. BurbrWge, head. Ma
jot Jno. & Clark, jr., leg, sliKUlly.
compaby a. killed.
LLJ.S. Hoskin,. Bleomington. Sers-t
V wr t. .-. V. : ...
rreus, miton, . js. Herriil, t al
ton. '. ; . r
Capt; t). H. Mdlntyre, tuJtoh, ja'wl btdly
Lt. J. H. Jamison, "- do ' - teverfely.
Corp. N. R. Crslgheadj da ' . dd
. .do arm.
St. Aubert, slightly
Jfc ulton, severely,
St. Aubert, mortally.
J. P. Snediker1
J. B. Bell,
J. P. OlTj
C. P. Vfti,
J. R. Dunlap.
Jesse Gamer, "
A. J. Audrey,
J. J. Latigly,
J. W. bavUi
T. S. Rains.
J. H. Latham,
R. H. Young,
J. R. Strand,
Joe Davis, :
C0MPA9T . WdBBDED
P. S. Hudson,
L. M. Study,
R. W. Tanner. .
W. L. Winifieia,
G. A. Meed;
D. H. Stewart,
W. G. Sterling,
C0MTA1IT C XILLEB. .
Capl. HiIeFarri.', Fayette.
Lieut. . K. Atterbery, Fayette, severely.
B. G. Johnson, do . mortally.
Henry Marks, do slightly.
Lieut. Sam'l Morrison, Jeflf. City,, in arm.
COMFAHT . KILLED.
H. C. Million, Howard. .
; wodkded; '
Lt. J. B. Hairston, Howard Co. slightly.
Lt. W. E. Singleton, . do . missing.
P. P. Kention, . Boone Co. severely.
Sam'l Diihn, Chariton Co. do
Geo. H. Fawkes. do do
Wm. F. Richardson; . do do
" COM PA ST X. WOCBDEP.
Sergt. M. H. Gentry. Columbia, severely
Wright Cityi eive'rely.
do . to
de ' do
do'- ". do
. St. Louis, do
H. M. Chewins,
J. W. Bean,
J. W. Thompson,
J. W, Sorrell,
A. H. Curtis,
iva lha State forces enpased amnunled to
Inly 5 221. The confederate force that
7yd them, he does not give,
f The Republican sets doWn the federal
Iss at 600 killed and 1,000 wounded.
either Slurgis nor Sigel bave jet made
hi official report.
VThe following ia a synopsis of Gen:
Price's cfScial report: It will be seen he
trti down the federal loss at "over 500
tilled; asd a great number wounded." It
jaid this is mistake, and should be
pdO killed." The official report will
t the matter. Here is the synopsis of
Price's report: , '
I 500pederals killed and areiit num-
Ti.C State forces csptnred 3 twelve
finder howitzer, two brass six pnun
s and a great qnnntfty of small arms,
4 amunition, als a great number of pris
iera. The report says, Col. Weightman ' was
ounded in three places; and died juit as
e" victorious shouts of the. army began to
upon 'be air. Col. Ben. Brown ef
it county, is also dead. Brig. Gen. Slack,
seriously wounded. C. H, Rennet, Ad
ant of the Regiment; Capt. Blackwell
d Lieut. Hughes, were killed.
Brig. Gen. Clark was also wounded, bis
lry,(290 men) lost 17 killed and 71
ded. Col. Burbridge was seriously
Jded. Capts. Hsze Ferris, (of Fay
i) and Hslleck and Lieut. Haskin's
Ce Killed. '
Vig. Gen. McBrides divisions 605 men,
22 killed (57 severely wminded and
dignity wounded. Col. Fori and
L Nichols, Dougherty, Armstrong and
n were wounded, while ealllantlv
I g their respective commands.
Un: Parson's Brieade. 256 infantrr and
Hery; Under Command of Col. Kelly and
m. uuieor. and 4Ut cavalrv. Colenel
Jm, lost, the erlillert. 8 killed and 7
aded infantrv 9 killed and 88 Wounded.
,Jry, 8 kilted end 2 wounded. Col.
j was Wounded in hand. Capt. Cole
iLwu rn'ortstly wounded, end since
IS . . i
la. Rain's DiviMon was coiepnsrd of
l brigades the first under Col. VTeight
1, embfsfcing infantry and artillery, 1,.
I atrong; lost not aa Weightmaa, but
killed and 111 Wouuded. The id bri
je, mounted meb. Col. Caul horn com
jd'mg, about 1200 asenj lost 21 killed
I 73 wounded. ' C(A Caut.horn among
1 wounded. Mj. Oiarles Roger of St.
lis, Adjutant, . mortally wounded and
n the da flr lha twill. -
hie State forces engaged eonsistedl of
f 04221, efScers and men: 150 men
lid, 517 wounded.
lack. Uol. Ueo. w. AiienforH tostine
rbta refers le Missouri forces. The
ederate fof eel .u.... ia he ad-
Milan, , do
COktrAKT F. KILLED.
Slay ton Jackion, Chariton county.
Lt. R. H. Dickey, Brunswick, slightly.
1st tergt J. P. Franklin, do mortally.
!3d do J.A.Hickman, do ' slightly.
' Brunswick, do
do - severely.
Chariloo co. do
Iase T. Owen,
E. H. Shepherd,
Ij. Geo. Smith,
COMFAT a. KILLED.
Cspt. L P. Hslleck, Micon City.
Seret, Alonzo Hslleck, d6
Sergt. H. A. Dowd, do
Corp. E. C. Alexander, Kirksville.
Z. W. Goodard, Blooiningtori.
Hurdy Sear, ii
Lt. J. W. Lucky, Mexico-, severely.
G. H. Swetnam, Kirkville; slightly.
Jno. A. Loulher; Bloomlhgton, do
B. R. Dy sart, db do
CoilPAKT B. WOVHOED.
Jas. Simmen , St. Joseph, slightly
Win. Lily; do do
COM PA XT t. XILLE9.
Saml. G. Pullisci, Montevelld,
P. M. Gabbert, do
J.H. Ray, do
G. W.Ray, ,! do
W. C. Maddox,
fj. D. Wood.
L. L. Griggs,
P. M. Shock,
J. W. Baker,
cbatriar . woCKDED.
J. S. Beny, Casnille, slightly.
W. ft. Merrick, Boon's Lick, do
Simpson Nelson, do
JOHN G. GRINSTEAD,
Surgeon 1st Regt. tnlsntry. 3d Dist.
cued. He was shot at end be thinks wur
ded. CoL Sweeney of t be Federal army
was killed. The enemy's loss ia from 2,
300 to 3,000.
FAtcrfxTtLLt, Ark., Adg; i0-Me
Cullobh aeht k force after Sigel's command,
about twenty miles from Springfield.' Gen
erai naroee met ana captur,ea ine whole
Federal forces and is now bringing them
The Account 6;ut South.
Memphis, Aug. 16. Little Rock dis
patches of lbs 14th say that by news from
Fort Smith, of the 14th, McCullocb's victo-
rj is confirmed. The fight occurred on
Saturday, eight miles smith of Springfield.
The enemy took tlii Confederate pickets
prisoners, and surprised the mslfl bcy.
A bloody nd desperate encounter ensued,
with great loss on both; sides. Five regi
ments of Missourians were panio atruok
and thrown into disorder, and fled. Gener
al Price made inefleotoat attempts to rally
them; The Louisiana rrgimeht fought
gtlltntly and suffered much. Gen.' Price
led tbe Third end Fifth Arkansas regiment
to a splendid cbsree. - ;
McCullocb's Utter, of the 11th, says
victory h ours. The WsAtltf lasted six end
half hours. Our loss Is great. General
tLyon among the dead.( Took several pieces
jof ariifiery from Sigel; destroyed hie com-
TZZit k" wocsStn Imand. end took mantf pr7soners ehd small
Nfollowing efielal report'of the killed LrBf; Tfie Coafederale loss is from 200 to
iseded, from this avisinci, ruu xiiea, ana iroro juw huw wouneea.
Lm A.n, Clark's report, end pub- Ben. SigeTsforees were pursued to Spring
I m an extra from the Bdrmtf office, Held. ' It wa thought McCalloch would
A CeptttQ CiCgbt Sigel but he WM rol
w .o.Brig vGer. Clef k, , Iff. . te
Military and War Mttteri in Missouri.
We gie accounts from the Springfield
battle, elsewhere,' Our news last week
was far from coffecti Lyon was killed.
Neither Price nor McCulloch were killed.
Parsons wss not mortally wounded,
Springfield wS not burned. Sigel and
Stiirgis left Springfield Sunday morning,
and were net pursued, and have safely ar
rived in ihe vicinity of Rolls. Thus much
for leading facts. Particulars elsewhere.
Martial law has been proclaimed in St'.
Louis, and Maj. J. McKinslry, U. S. A.
appointed. Provost Marshall.
J. A. Brownie, Chief of Police was ar
rested and sent to the arsenal. The ''Her
ald," the "War Bulletin," and the "'.Mis
sourian," have been suppressed, the
main avenues leading to the city have been
The steamers White Cloud and McDow-
al passed down Saturday, having on board
Col. Stiflea Reciment. from Lexington.
Their time is out, and they were Boinlfc
home. Fearing an attack between this
and Brunswick, they threw some shell into
a point of timber where they supposed the
attacking jiarty were concealed. No troops
being there, they came on. Some six or
eight miles below this place, near Ligget's
woodysrJ, the boata were fired at, and one
man killed and t'x wounded. The boats
were landed and the troops marched ashore,
but the parties firing had left. Previous
to going ashore shot and shell were thrown
into the woods. When on shore the house
ofe Mr. Ligget was bnrned. They took
on the boat a Mr. Shiflet, who was woun
ded, and several horses that were found
tied on the river bank. Mr. Ligget, whose
house was burned, we understand was on
the other side of the river, and was not
engaged in firing upon the boata.
From this place, the boats took two fer
ry flats, which we understand were left
where the firing took place. Tljey also
took the Rocheport ferry boat. On their
way down, they met Capt. Fisher, with
the ferry boat belonging here, which he
had been to Jefferson efterj and took it
back with them.
The parties firing upon the boat tilled
one man, and wounded six. In return one
msn waa wounded and taken prisoner;
Mr. Ligget lost his house (and contents,
we presume,) several horses were taken
off, and the people of this place and Roche
port, are left without their ferry boats.
L'Sgc'. Shiflet, end those who lost horse,
will net discover much good accomplished
l-y firing on (he boats.
The Ialan and War Eagle bound up
with troops, returned 'o Jefferson with the
A skirmish took plsce on, the North' Feb
iu, on the 15th between the State forces
under Martin Green, and Union Home
Guards under Col. Woodyard. Report
says that Green lost twentj.fiveand Wool!-
n ... .
vara one. ureen is said lo nave haj nin
battery. He bad about 150 infantry end
150 cavalry."1 " . t 'u '
A riOHT AT CBAILBITO", MO.
The Enttnj JUtdcktd and IkfalidHU
Lou id Kditdtt FUermllMS 1
Killed and 6 Wounded;-
From ihe Evening ITews,20tK.3 . ;
Intelligence waa received from-Cairo,
thia morningj of a spirited fight at Charles
ton, Mississippi couuty, Missouri, last
rtieht, in which, the secessionists were
routed, with considerable loss, by an infe
rior fof fee of federal troops... ' '
Thefedeial force was 300 strong, and
under command of Col. Dougherty. Col.
D., with his command, left Bird's Point
last evening al 7 r. u., and Disking rapid
march upon Charleston,' fifteen miles in ihe
interior, where a force of Confederates htd
been encamped for ten days; to the serious
ar.nfyance ol ine leorral scouts, ne allacKed
the place, although it was held by 1,200 of
the enemy.' Alter a bruk fight, the enemy
were driven back with a loss of 40 killed
and 17 prinone's.
Cot.' Dougherty having aucoeeded in
routing the enemy from the town returmd
to Bird's Point, which has seventeen pris
oners and fiiteen captured horses, reach
ing his camp at two o'clock this morning
He lost one man killed e'nd six wodnded.
Asiorg the, woundefl vere.Co-1. Dougherty,
Capt. Johnson and Lieut.' Rswson'i
A train wss fired on above Jefferson
City,, from the brush, by which one man
was kitted and nve or six wounded, some
ol whom will die, A detachment of troops
was sent out, and reported having killed a
number of brush shooters'
.LtBBBALtTt of Phtsioia; It baa
always been said that physicians would
diparae;e any remedy, however valuable,
which they. did not originate thmaelvea.
Thiaj Jpv been disproved byhelf liberal
course toward lib. j. Kj.- atii prpr
lions. They have edopted them into gen
eral use in their practice, wfcicn snows a
jvillirigijess to countenance articles that have
vmrmsie merits woion. Reserve auenuun.
This does the learned prnession great Cred
it, and effectually contradicts the prevalent
erroneous notion that their opposition to
proprietary remeaies is Dsseq in witpr in
terest lo discard them. ' We hare always
L-J bj L' .i ii t'.
usu coiiiuience in ine nnnorauie motives 01
Cur medical men,' and! are glad to findUsus
lalried by Ihe liberal jvelcome. they accord
lo such remedies as Ay er 8tC'.'s inimita
ble remedies, even though tb'ey are not or
dered in the jb.k, Jbu( are pjade known to
the people through the ne wspapers. f New
Orleans Delta. aug
Prcsbyterial Notice. . . a
The Presbytery of Missouri will hold its next
iiwea meeting in mex.ro, Aaurain coupit,
on the Thursday preceding the, meeting of
bynod at 1 o'clock.
Synod meets at Palmyra on th 9th of October,
Presbytery on the 3rd of October. . :t
surf2-lt. H. PaIntes, Stated Clerk.
Uy Columbia Statesman, and Sloigeoti News,
LETTERS of administration on the estate of
Thomas B. Wiiiiams, dee'd, were granted to
the undersigned,, on Ie2d day of August 1161,
by the County Coiirt cf Ctiriloir County, in ta-
All personshiviof clain-s, against said estate,
we (wjutrea u exninii mem xor allowance 10 me
Exerulors within on vear from the date of
I said letters, or they may be precluded Jron any
Denrui oi saiu esioir, ar.o iz rjen claims oe not
exhibited within three years from the date oi
said letter tbey will be forever barred.
auK-3w TtiOAlAS WILLIAMS, Admr.
For tbe Times.
The circumstances now surrounding the
nations of the earth j Induces Hie followers
of Christ in this world, io realize the truth
of the conception of the Blind Poet, whose
imagination could picture ao vividly the
horrors of war. It is not to be wotfdered
that our first parent was melted to tears
when on being permitted to ' view in tbe
dim vista cf the future the consequences of 1 uiately
his sin, he passionately exclaimed,
0 what are these! death
Death, monsters, not men, wbo thus deal
Inbuma'wly to men, snd multiply
Ten thousand fold the sin of hiut so slew
His brother: for of whom such maaaere
Make they, but of their brethren, men of
The heart of the strong man ia appalled
at the realization of this scene, but the
child of Fsith turns with Hope lo another
scene pictured by and foreseen. by ,' O.ib
who spoke aa never man spake;' He saw
with prophetic eye "upon the earth, dis
tress of nations with perplexity, the sea
tn'i Ihe waves roaring: men's hearts failing
them for fear, and for looking after those
things which are coming on the, earth: for
the powers of heaven shall be shaken, and
then shall they see the son of man coming
in a cloud wiih power and great jlor."
The heart of the Christian need not dispair
when the cheering voice of the Captain of
his salvation announces: '-And when these
things begin to com to pass, then look up,
and lift up your heads, for your redemption
drawelh nigh." "Watch ye therefore, and
pray always that ye may be accounted
woilhy to escape all these things that shall
come to pass, and to aland belnre the Son
of man." OBSERVER.
j- vl - - - -
Tifst 1'n.lAm rs.
have ss lone ss possible indulged you with
ine usual credit, out Swine lo tbe times
wa are compelled from henceforth to
Sell For Cash,
ApdCash only,, to. each aad everyone. We
bave to paV.casb, for all we buy, and of course
cannot self cur roods ou credit. We exce ec"inel v
regret the necessity for our action, but under the
circumstances, we cannot do otherwise.
Those of you who bava not settled ) our last
years accounts. Will Oblige us bf doinj so imme
diately. The amounts are small and can be easily
paia. iiescectrviiy yours,
ang22 '61 CROPP A. WILLIAMS.
TO OUR FRIENDS AHDPATROSS
"RELIEVING it to be to the interest of our
Xj customers as well as ouiselvrs, we bava
this day adopted tba .
and in future, Strictly Cash Buyers will find enr
prices reduced to suit th
We train return our sincere thanks to our old
friends and patrons for their past favors, and hope
tbe course pursued will meet their appioDslion.
, . , TOLLMAN t PHlPPis.
Glasgow, Aug. 19th, 1861. auz22
Washington and Virginia.
The givings.out from Washington and
Virginia indicate stirring times at no very
distant daV. The Government is urgently
Anllinn l. l.Mna - .wl ih. P.mILI.. mm.
hundred and Woodyard V"our hundred men. ; pushing their columns closer to the federal
Alter the fight, ftobdyard joined Colonel
Moire, reported to have eighteen hundred
Geri. Fremont asked a temporary loa'n!
of the banks and Moneyed Institutions of
St. Louis, of $250,000. V'jott consu'lri
Hon the InSii 'Vas made, all escept. t!:e U-
n!on bank, taking a share!
Bank, in addition to Its share
, J5Paraon Brownlow's Knoxvilln Whig,
has been suppressed by Gen. ZollicofTer.
Proclamation by the bbverndr of tie
Stats of Missouri.
Whereas, The people of the Stale of 5ljsoh
n. by their ilelsai"s.n Convention. assembled,
did. tn an orilinunre braviH:nir for certain iimpiift-
Tlie Exchange m- n's to the Coiistihitieit paitsed, on July Win,
font iW f I i"oi. declare ineonce or u.ivernor, ueiuenant
looii n ji oi Governor: fifcrelary of State, and members of lb
loan of $17,000 from the Branch of the St.
Louis Bink at Kirksville. We suy- Imh
though our cotemporSries say "to!en."
iroops are rapmiy coming into at Louis
from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana and Ohio.
A camp of Slate troops began to assem
ble at Marshall, Saline county, the first of
the week. 1 Some two thousand were in
camp yesler Jay. t They do not propose to
remain their long. v ...
Commerce, a town on the river be
tween Cape Girardeau and New Madrid
is in possession of the . State troops,' end
hosts are not permitted to paaa up or down.
Warrensburg, Georgetown and Sedalia,
are reported to be in possession of Slate
troops. ' ' 1 - -
Tbe Cobfbobbatbs Daivijr . raasi Coi
KEBCB, 113., Thb Blockabe Raised.
General Assembly vacated, and did, in conformity
Slate, to continue in office until their successors
ttr.lh .ttrl f.t.li.i.in. nnAnl tirnvt.innBlTtr C Hnu-
lt l stated that the secehers ob'tatned it' erdor, Lieutenant-Governor snt. Secretary of
. rFrom the Evening NewSy20th.J
It is sifted in enotber porlionof otfr rja
perlbat a force of confederates i n Sunday
seized Ihe village of Commerce,) between
Cape Gieardestt end Caifo, and . tanted a
battery on the river bank to command th
channel and interrupt communication be
tween Cairo and .St. Louis. At Loon as
intelligence 6f ibis mevement reach! Gen.
Fremont be sent orders te Cape Girardeau
to dispossess tbem. In obedience to this
order 500 men left Cape GimdeiuVes
terday evening went down tbe river
point above Cororiler6e, i landed, atticiaed
ine enemy ana arore mm oa. There w
but little; fighting at the enemy made
jattemjt t itaad, tut fetreatel . U6 X
are elerte.1 and qualified, or until the qualified
voters of the State disapprove the action of said
Convewlioii" and ychertu; the people in Conven
tion assembled, as aforesaid, did further ordain,
that ,r , .
'On Ihe Ir fonday of Not.,1S61,
s Governor, Lieutenant-Governor and Secretary
of State, and members of Ibe General Assembly,
shall be elected by the qualified voters of this
Slate, "to hold their offices ilurinir the term for
which tne (then) incumbents of said offices were
elected:" snd . v .
Whereat. In "an ordinance concerning tba re
peal and abrogation of certain laWsand or other
purposes," (ordered by resolution fo be published
in the several newsptpers of tbe State) said Con
vention did also urdain that certain acts of the
General Assembly, passed in Secret session, and
approved; respectively, on the 1 1th, l4ih and 191b
of May, 1851, "be and are hereby repealed and
declared of no effect or Validity whatever" and
Whertat. It wss further ordained, that at the
eleclioa provided to be held as above recited, tbe
action of said Convention should be submitted to
their approval or rejection votes
hould 'iFqrtKe icti'on of,, the .Con
vention" or " Against the action of the Conven
tion," the majority to determine whether the per
sons chosen snaO or ska It not enter .upon the dis
cbarge of t)e duties of 'he offices, respectively, for
which thev insv be elected, and whether the ac.
tion of said Convention shall br shall not contia.
ne in force: .Ui .
Now, therefore, I, HAMILTON,!. GA.MBLE,
Governor of the State1 of Missouri, do. in ranFnr.
mitv with said ordinances, hereby d::Mt and eon.
mand tne anerins oj ius.counues respectively, or
the State, lo tadse notice of th time aarf place of
noiains; saia. fci" """.n and ror tneeoonry or
which each resttectivelv hi(r tn t ciTn in
aceordaace.. witr thr "provisions ot lb recersl
Uw, th election to be-eondncted in the same
manner, ia av ' spec, aa is bow provmea oy ine
election law'.ot Una State, and at tbe places pre
scribtdla aaid Ordinance; ad it is commanded
thai the returns be also made ia conformity with
said Ordinance.1 . : . - .i . ' . '
IntestinmiT wbareaf, f htra here-
1 SEAXt lto act my name and cause to be arfixsa
VwUit Gskat Sai of the 8tita of Wiat
souri: Done at tha City of ittittttA mM itf of
Aaenst, A. 0.1861 jot the IndapeMfsace of the
United. Slates tha avIrry-wetB.tnd cf the Stat of
Missoeri the fortyavst. "
8f tbe Govror - H. R. GAMBLE.
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Clin Ridg9 Academy.
rfillS well known Institution will bee-opened
.I ' on the first Monday in September, 18fil,
under the superintendence of Jno, G. Price, aid
ed by uch eomnettnt asistsnls as circumstances
may demand. The desirableness of its location,
as regards lieallru moal .and Social inHueces,
eic-i is too well fyiowrt to nrd fcomirtent. Ev
fsy opporinnity ill be alTordcd to pupils for ac
qliirinc a thoro'igh enplish or classical eilucation.
The Institution is supplied with a food apparatus,
and lectures will be delivered in connection with
its use, throughout the session, as tbe interests ot
tbe Institution may require, and no pains Will be
spared to make the present session all that the
former biph standing of this Institution woulJ
cause us to anticipate.
Tuition will be reduced td suit the pressure of
the times. Good and t;heap boaf.$ng can be ob
tained convenient. to the Academy. ,
: Tbe atten'ion of (nose baring children to edu
fate, is called td the advantages here offered, and
a shere of their patronage solicited.
For further particulars apply. to
JNO. G. PKICE, Principal
Or G. W. MoaiHiAD, K. L. Bastow, .
Lewis, E. PaicB, Trustees. augll1 . i6i-s
iIoward emalf; college,
. laiLiir., MO.
C EVER AL LWeej ng0an announcement . wi
KJ made .or '.ne withdrawal of Re. W..T
Lnc V!? lbe bo,r named institution. The
Boardof . xrustees determined not witbstajHlihs;
the prejUr, 0( the times, and th f disturbed cpn-diliP-u
of affairs, to sustain the Caller.'. Haoy
"'..iiiuiiOBs, botn mole ana female, -navs been
forced, to suspend in consequence of tne political
excitement of the eourrfry-f but oitr town and
county are quiet, and we bone that, tber will re
main so. We believe .that Howard Female Col
lege is so firmly fixed ja the: affections ef the peo
ple, it will be able bean op against tha storm.
Ine most important -bus ineso before lbe Board,
was to secure a suitable persci.to take charge of
the College. In this we h ive been eminently sue
ceasfol having secured ibe services .of - Rev. W.
H. Lewis, lata of Indpen4enc(.Female-CoUega.
filsuXitiabaaiwd many years axperiance ia
the njanagement of female seuoola. - Havinj; been
brought up-in this county iiaU well acqqainted
witn the wsdIs of the ceaxminity add .is tboV
oughly ioenUfied w -talMha interest W the
epunty aad State. ' He informs as that tbe doUes
of tbf CcHppe will be resumed on the 3rd Mon
day, j Seplember next. Let tbe patrons be
prompt ia sending ia their daughters. - .
, r ....... . S.C. MAJOR, -,
AtujlS ' . President of Board ot Trustees.
T?On SALE. A lot of N. 1 Wsjoef, which
X - will be sold ob rwsonaoie s. .
-Cuett.ajMtarrott5ia. " . ; - jsri ,tuinM
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I RANKING AND EXCHANGE
v . Adjmlnlstrator'j Itttce- -
NOTICE is hereby fgtven, that tke-randersigTwd,
Public Adrninitratpr, of Randolph county,
n as uiten enarge, or me estate, or ciixaoem A
Cavanah, dereasert.. , . . . ' ' . ' .
All persona having claims against said esta,
are required to exhibit them la rjhf sard adminis
trator for allowance, by tbe eounty.'roart of Ran
dolph county. Mo., within one year from tbe 26tb
day of July, 1881, or they may be protruded from
any benefit af said estate, and if such claims be
not a xhibited within three years from said date,
they shall be forever barred.
aug:o-3w H. M. PORTER, Adm'r.
t BOB THB arBBBV CBBB OV . .
IatermitteBt Fever, er Fever aad Agae,'
Remitteat Fever j CHill Fever, Dsunk
Agwe, Feriodlcsil Hett4acli e,' elBUioaa
Headache, BBd.BUiaas Fevers, iadee4
for the whole class ef Aiseaeee ria
BatiBf ia biliary sleraacesBeBt, eaaeedl
by the Malaria Of miasmatic eeutriee
No one remedy is louder called for by the
necessities of the American people than a sore
end safe cure for Fever and Ague. . Such
we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate the disease,
and with assurance, founded on proof, thai
no harm can arise from its use in any quan
tity. -, -. . ,. ...
That which protects from or. prevents thia
disorder most be of immense service in-: the,
communities where it prevailat JrMnfM ia
better than cure, for the patient Bscapea the
risk which be moat run in. violent attacks ol
this baleful distemper. , This " QnxB" expeia
the minanyrtin, poison bf Fsvaa. aim Aoca
from the system, and proven ta. the develop .
ptentof the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory. symptoms. It ia
not only the best remedy ever yet discovered
for this. Bass of complaints, bat . also the
cheapest! Tha large quantity we supply for
Ulollax brings K within, the. reach of every
y ; and ia biliouv districts, where Fbtbb
abb Aocb prevails, every body should have it
and nee it freely both for dare and protection.
It ia hoped this price will plaoa it within the
reach of all the poor aa well as He rich. A
great superiority of thia remedy veT airy
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain enre of Intermittenta is, that it contahas'
no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution, .Those cured)
by it are left as healthy aa if they had never
bad the disease. ..?,. : - ,
, Fever and Agueis not alone the consequence
ef the miasmatic poison. A great variety of
diaordera arise, from its irritation, among which
are Italians,. Rheumatism, Gout, Headache,
Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection cf the
Bpleerv, Hysterica, Pain in the Bowels, Colic,
Paralysis, aad Derangement of the Stomach,
all of which, when originating ia thia, cause,
put on the intermittent type, or become period-,
leal. This " Cuss" expeia the poison from,
the blood, and consequently. Cons them all
alike. It is an ia valuable protection to immi
grants snd persons travelling or temporarily;
residing in the malarious districts. If taken
ccaeionally or daily while exposed to the in
fection, that will be excreted from the system,
and cannot accumulate, in sufficient quantity
to ripen into disease. .Hence it ia even more
Valuable for protection than cure, and few will
ever suffer from Intermittenta, if they avail
themselves of the protection this remedy af
fords. AyeVs Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO,
are so composed that duease within the ranee of
their action can rarely withstand og trade: theta.
Their penetrating properties, aeaich, and cleanse,
and invigorate every portion of th human organ
isav correcting its diseased action, and restoring
its healthy vitalities. A a consequence Of then
properties, the invalid h is bowed down with
nor physical debility ia astonished to find his
th or energy reator ed by a remedy at once ao
simple and inviting.
. . Not only do they eura the erery-day complaints
Of every body, but also many formidable and
dangerous diseases. The agent below named ia
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing eertincate of their cures and diiectiona
for their use in the following complain ta : Cerfir
Swss, lUartbvqrn, Uta&ach tailing from ditctitrtd ,
Stomaci, Aaiuea. Indijtttion, Vain in mnd II avoid
Inaction of tit BomU, Flatulency, Lou of Appe
tite, Jaundice, and other' kindred complain ta,
arising from a low state of the body or obstruction
of its functions. Tbey are an excellent altera tire
for the renovation of the blood and the restora.
- tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated .
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral;
FOB TUB BAPrO CCBB OF
Ctfngas, Colds, Inflaenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis Incipient Consnsap
tion, and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients 1st advanced stages of the
So wide is the field of its usefulness and so.ntt
tneroua,are the cases of its cures, that almost
every section of country abounds in persons pub
licly known, who have been reatored from alarming
and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its
Use. t .When once tried, its superiority over- every
'Other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape
observation; and where ita virtues are-known, the
public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
for the distressing and dangerous affections of the
pulmonary brgans that are incident to our climate.
While many inferior remedies thrust opca the
Community have failed and been discarded, this
has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits
on the afflicted they can never forget, and pro
duced cures too numerous and too remarkable ta
Dlt: C. AVER & CO.
And bolt, by 4tll Druggists.
1 1 . t, . j . aua.tf . vwA.ri
, j t , , i t -r- -ws aw.--,"-, -r-T9 AJ'f
Western Bank of Uissonri;
GLAtGOtT. BHAXt W ,aJ"
Adminlstratort Ketl?e '
TVj OTICE is hereby given tUat the undewtped,
a. v surviving partner or tne tale urm oi rresiy
W. Cropp and W. C. Cropp, has. obtained from
Ihe Clerk of tbe County Ctfurt of Howard Coun
ty, in vacation, dated July nth, 1861, letters of
administration on tbe co-partnership estate of W.
C. Cropp deceased , .
All persons indebted to the late firm are reques
ted to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims aeSirist it will present rhem, properly
authenticated. PRESLEY W "CROPP,
aug2-3w Surviving partner and Adm'r.
. , . "' : . 1
B ENZINE for taaing out grease, ete Snald
, ings Glne, Cocoacine for the hair, and Stja.
Allen's Hair Restorer, all for sale by . i ..
cctll . CROPP t WILLIAMS. '
Still Another Great, Reduction In Prices!!!
WE Will Close but (lie remainder of our stock
ef " -
FINE TRIMMED BONNETS. LACE MAN
TLES, BLACK SIU: MANTLES,
spring and summer shawls, Ac, Ac, extremery
low for cash. - "
junea ;; BOOW, BOSTWICK. i CO. .
HAT B. CbtlBS, 2
jambs a. roBBi. ' a- saio. b. TSAcr j
a, c: atrrcHisoa, 3 jom c- jyons, ta
XAMEi f. BIRCH, Clrrfc eaa Kofi M
tyJ)icount days, Tuesdsv,. ThWJr, aBst'
Saluxda. . Board meet at 11 o'clock, A. ,
, ' . .i : WESTON F. BIRCH, Z. .,'
i MayiS, 186. . . : LittMrr. '-.
EXCs.AXGE BASK OF 8T; Lb 1 1 J
-' OLASCOW BBABCU. ; -C t "rvv
THIS Branch keeps constantly en hand sigh
Exchange on ibe East and St.' Louis, ia
sums to suit, at current rates. if-
DABNET C. GARfH, - - - - - JEiESiDEIsT
tbos. sHACBBxroao, tj ss. a., Tcsjraa,.. r 3 j
THOe. JU BABTUOLOW, 5 iBO T.tfiCXg,---.
t. W. SOOTH WOBTH, 3. . gABlCBSOSl,
t. r. HAVBBK.
2 6. W. MaSEHIAB.,,
Wm. F: Dunntca, 0nk aid fTolari Publiti
' DiiCQitT, ,DAvs.r-f tiacsday. and Sstarday,'f
Board meats at li o-elack. A. M . ' '
vtT. C. BOON, Crshleri
j w- inunuiuiv.
B&iket ad N6U Broker,;
, - GLASGOW, MO. .X- j:
BUYS and sells Exchange on St. Louis and the; '
East, Gold, Silver and unc arrant Bonk Noteaat
fl'rompt attention given to rplleeliow f
claims, proceeds remitted, less Exchange. "
Receives Currency on Deposit, -i - tJ
. (Qgrlnterest allowed on time Deposifi. ' marl
. CASH! CASK! ! v.'
7 E have jpst.receiveo a largesiipply.-of goods
l ..usually kepi in our libs, coseiatitig otevery ;
kind of. . ...--.. . . - -.?
mm & jakcy 'GrCciaiiEir
bought sad selected with special cere, at lowest
cash rates, and truss the immergsncy of the limea
propose to sell at greatly reduced prices tor -. i-
; X 'Qr Ita EqtTIalt, , ,..
The ttehtnen of the times demapl . that as
should adhere tirictly to the ebotfi. rlt. Jn iu--tice
to ourselves, and as we heUeve, the good of.
tbe country, consequently ktpe we may cot bw
forced lo tbe necrwMty of refusing credit -to any
one, which we would be compel&d to do without
respect of persons. We are in the market for all'
kinds of produce, at full prices, either in. tnone
orgcods. ihay2 BOBBINS a. TATUM. '
OWI.S to Ihe greit derangement of all busi.
,pess facilities, and not knowing what to ex.,'
pect in the future, snd believing that we can pro
mote.'he beaUnterests of our friends and custom-,
ers by so doing, j- . . n
BOON, BQSTWiEX &'C0. ; v
ha:e determined to adopt thb:
commencing on Holiday, Map: Sill,
We offer our splended and well assorted Ala "k
of Goods, eoinprisinp everything wanted ia the
unc oi . - , . -
STAPLE & FAiNXT DRY GOOtS;
And Cnala oitly, wKbotit ao Cx
... jwptiwB. .
As we art.ciefyrmined to sell for oxx'i, Tra will '
ba able to aller, greater inducements than aver be-
lore; SM wa mme me puouc 10. can. ana exam
tn our stock and trices. We nramire lo masra
one dollar boy more good than ai ex ketoce.
Thanking our many friends anl ccstomera fos
their liberal patronage in the pat'ws hope .fo
have continuance of same undef iha cash system,
nothir. but tbeteia ejcier.cijs.of. the present
times have induced us to mate this change. We
will spare nq ettorts to nave our goods- at surur
prices as will work to the best advantage ol all.
our patrons. i
'AAB sH raws S IS VWW m MM
aiayx . nuu.i, nuoi. iv iwflv a. tu.-
WE have jnrt received, per steamer "Mili
Boy" and "Eajisraut," our ..
FAtiL AND WINTER :
stock of Groceries, which is now cosRflete .and
full in every departmr.,t, consisting ii part ot the .
following: ' ,
ia n&ds strictly Prime Sugar.'
35 sacks prime Kio and Java Coffee.
40 bbb Crushed and Powdered Sugar.
10 Clarified Sugar. j
Molasses in bbls.nalf bbls and kep. ,; "
100 kegs Wheeling Nails fall sixes.) " ,
fO bxs W. R. A E. D. Cheese, (very fine
20 bbls Soda Crackers. novH
S.fHr ! S! !
uGIWEEn Glasgow and Cap'xra Swiaf $
XJ en the evening of the 22f initir.f, a pot.vrt
ease of Sorgicat Instrnmsnts, for: the raltnr ef
which, i suitake rwd will bpafd tK t V.
'"' ! . ""'
E would say to eur friei.da . fxr e nsai.
tinat we nave on nana, . .
500 SACKS SALT, -
(large bleached sacks) that we are selling at
. $l 60per fJacu:... .
200 bbls Kanawha Salt at $2 SO-per barret
So bring on vour wagonsjand get as much as you
want) ,- We can soppl. yc wish.- Salt and cwry-
(Atsf rlstas low aa aay reasonable man can ex
pect. . . . . .
BOBBINS A TATUM-
- i . .. . .
v ' . cal OH ilamps.-
A LARGE and well assorted stock, which we.
Will sell cheap. Tbe oil we keen constant'
ry cn head, oetlt CROPP , W ILLIAMS -
. BlWN, BOSTWICK. A. CO.,
HAVE just received a fresh assortment of
heavy, 4-4, !lrown and Bleached Domes-
tics, usnaouraaanu an no-a. uc opun v.uis anav
Aug. I 1S61 .
iruiitn na m inai aciurme
VTOTICElis hereby given, that the unde
it'i fixeeutora or I e estaieor M V
lor, defeased, will apply to lbe Rsb
court ror a nnai settlement or sua
4th Monday in August.'
wa. u. a.
ply to lbe RsBf
tmtat of said e
t. - ' )
. AdblRisirater X.
Xj W. C. Crsp, deceased, wer jfmUA tn
(he nnihirriga'ed.'Mr the Cobmt CJrf at Howrd y
nrm ia vacatioriv aa tbe I7ta v! irj'. l -;
AJt persons btvinoTclaime te.' sate, " '
araTsc-Birsdto m hi tit i f wsrelsIM
letter, or ney may oe pr v a Jea trrM
fit ef aafd estate, and if r- i ela'-s b '
ted wilhitf" years f
tars,thr wLt b farew