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Tkurs.laj Etfrirg, May 22, 73.
iEm cr .u. toom rt EHEn.
tl- Vr one vc crn Ihe livrr,
Om- lv .mm wi are sailing o'er ;
(W- Iit "tic the rirfl es are civcii
tn ihni lniisM miU lniii.it shore.
Atinttirr utriareh lias cro.'sed
to that almiiug rdiore. Anotlict
landmark tlvf.t pointed us to the
)itt , in v( i ; It M nn moir. Major
Kolierl Sevier wm km (uolmbly
known tn neatly every reader of
thia i(jcr, ias'il air!)" on Fn
div nioniifi?, ahnn. I o'clock.
M,iy 1U 1ST?, at tin- ndviverd
!!0 o' years. Hittinjj a Ion?
ml active life a hdjij .e iooplo
of Kay runut.v, hi- h.l nuci-eeiled
in no enjiraftins himself in their
afTcclinnh as to make his death
nniversallr mourned. He was
correct In his business dcnlir.gs,
courteous in demeanor ami very
correct in Lin habits ol life, which
leaves a bright example we
nhouM all try to emulate. From
the Pt. Louis i?rjiMiii wc take
the (ollowinff history of his liie :
lie was a man whose life Is inter
woveu with the hhstory of our
country ami was descended from
a noMe racti of ancestors, his f;i
ther be in J that Sevier that was
second in commAftd at tbu battle
of King's Mountain. Robeitwa
bom in Greenville, Teniienec,
October 30, ISO", and -entered
West Point abont the age of 18.
lie was a classmate of Robert E
Lee, Jefferson Davis and Albert
Kidney Jolinstou, and graduated
with the highest honors of the
institution. He was in active
service during the Florida war,
and also on the Texas frontier.
He resigned his commission
abont the year IM", moved to
Bay county in 1840, aud was ap
pointed Circ.iit Clerk in 1815.
Afterwards being elected to till
that position he held it for twep
ty years, but being removed by
the onsting ordinance, though a
strong Union man, he refused
from tba time to accept any of
fice whatever, preferring to re
main a private citizen. As an
evidence of his discernment and
knowledge of men, at the break
ing out of our late civil war, he
declared with prophetic voice
that its duration would depend
on the position taken by two
men, Albert Sidney Johnson aud
Robert E. Lee. They went with
the South and the war lasted 4
years. When Jefferson Davis
-visited Kansas City a few years
since, Major Sevier went there
to meet Lira, and the interview
between these old friends w,i
very gratifying to each, and will
long be remembered by all who
saw it. He was a strict member
of the Presbyterian church and
died as be had lived, firm in the
belief of a blessed Redeemer and
without an enemy in the world.
The Circuit Court, Judge Dunn
presiding, which is no in ses
sion, adjourned, in honor to his
memory. Maj. Sevier was twice
married, his first wife being the
sister of Gen. Sibley, and his
second wife, who survives him,
the sister of the late Gov. Austin
A. King. He leaves one son,
Charles Sevier, who inherits a
large and valuable estate, and
worthily succeeds to the honor
ed name of his uoble father.
AFTKlta long, long session,
tho MisHOati Legislator adjourn
ed on Tuesday lust, and now the
people cats breathe easier. I'.
was fully expected by many
member of that body that the
Governor would reconvene them
in special session to finish np
their work, but old Phelps didn't
look at it that way. H was
tired of them, and wauled them
to go home and give nrconnt to
Ihoir constituents of their stew
ardship. The Senate and House
were, apparently at cross pur
poses much of the timo, and
several gnod measures thiit woro
pnss-ii iiy tue House, were killed
in the Senate. The revision of
the laws arc said to be complete,
lint until they ate printed and
disbursed, which will not be be
fore late next tall, we can't tell
how well the work has oeen
done. Let ns eover the short
coming? of this General Assembly
with a mantle of charity, and
their fe virtues we miht keep
John J. West was hung at
Ttooneville on Friday Inst for the
mnrder or a fellow tramp at
point in Cooper county Inst fall.
West cojilessed the murder and
nlso confessed many other
crimes. He had been A tramp
for About two years. When he
was hung the rope broke and let
him fall to the ground and he
had to bo picked np and lifted
toward the gallows so that the
rope could be tied. These buna
ling executions are fretting quite
common, and ofllccrs who have
to perform the the paiulnl duty
of hanging men should prepare
themselves properly, so as to
have no accidents.
Tax Legislative, Judicial and
Executive appropriation bill wns
passed by the Senate on Tuesday
hist, and the President wiil im
mediately have an opporV cMy
to veto it it he likes. Likeades
pot on his throwi , he has the
power to thwart the :vill of thei
people, ex presxed through their
representatives in Congress, and
he is using that power,as a child
would a plaything. His objection
to this bill is, that it repeals the
jurors test oath, and the right of
the government to appoint super
visors and United States deputy
marshals to prevent free elec
tious. It is a part of the policy
oftheriugof which John Sher
man is the head, to retain all the
power possible iu the hands of
the President, to bo nsed in elec
ting a Republican President next
year. If the Democrats, in Con
gress, will only remain firm, they
can, and will bring this lordly
despot to terms, or starve him
tcckfr watts, a young man
about 25 years old, born and
raiseii at ltuntsville, Mo., wns
arrested at that plice last week
charged with complicity with
tlio gold brick transaction where'
by a Mr. Callahan of Lexington
was swindled out of 1500.
man tunned Clark, and auothe
named Alegro have also been ar
rested oj the same charge.
Road overseers in Carroll
County are allowed :! per day
when working ten or more hands
but when they have less thau 10
bands killing time they gM only
1 50 per tiny. We imagine all
the road gangs in Carroll this
year will number at least 10 if
Tnu penitentiary bill has at
Inst become a law, and after the
expiration of the present con
tracts, we will have no more
convict coal miners iu thisSUtc
to drive off honest labor. This
is a wise law, and will add much
to the prosperity of Ray county,
for while we have bad none of
this class of labor here, we have
had to come in competition in
u a kct with coal mice! by fiese
convicts. Onr coal mines are an
immense source of wealth if we
ran only got our eoal into mar
ket at a price that will enable, us
to compete successfully with
other points. The withdrawal
of convict labor in the mines on
the south-side of the river, will
enable us to sell our coal in Kan
sas City as cheap, if not cheaper,
than any other mine iu the State,
and an increased trade, may be
looked for when matters get pro
perly regulated as proposed by
Mrs. J. II. Cook, of St. Joe,
hns been laying tip money lor
some time, and had accumulated
t7."0, which she had sealed up in
a box and kept in her room. Last
week a thief stepped iu and stole
The St. Louis Ertning Star was
sold last week at public auction
The paper was bought in by the
2ut )ipatch, who stopped its
publication immediately. This
leaves St. Louis with only one
evening daily paper.
The Fund Commissioner of the
Stale of Missouri wants to sell
250,0'MI of State Reveuue Bonds
bearing six percent, interest, the
money to be nsed in paying for
statu bonds falling due.
Baku Smith shot and mortally
wounded Caleb Lowry, 7 miles
north of Sednlia, on Saturday
morning last. The young men
were, about 21 years of age, and
the shooting was t le te n t o" i n
Is this s Republic or a despot
ism! If a republic how is it that
oun man at Washington can de
feat the will of the people ex
pressed through Congress t
That certainly doe not indicate
that we are the free people we
boast of. Hayes now sits on his
throne at Washington with com
plete despotic power in his
Lauds and by A simple stroke of
the pen can defeat all the meas
ures of relief to the people pro
posed by Congress, aud tsitti all
this power iu his hands he is
but a puppet iu the hands of the
(leaianiiiz rcurpiumtaliveaf ihe
money power in the East. Truly
these Are strange times that have
come upon us.
Minos Tootle lias resigned
the position of commissioner to
assist in rcbniUing the St.
Joseph Lunatic Asylum, and the
Governor hns appointed J no. R.
Hundley In his place.
TtlK Carrolltou har.d took An
excursion, last eck, on the
steamer A. C. ISird, from Do
Witt to Glasgow to see the new
bridge. Most of them saw it.
Miss Kn.nta SM'onn, of Kansas City,
fl.lUng tho Misses Powell of this
MImck iH-h Morchcad and ilatlle
Hughe, went up to Kansas City on
Weduenlsy nioruli.g U"t.
Mr. Thou, Uurmr, of Norborne, rnt
tcversl ilnj t In town hut week, vUlling
til fHilirt't laiinly.
Mr. Artmnn, who lives up on the
MIsonrt tlwr nir ."Orrlrk, nmile this
nlllie a pli tnt oil! on TrUtuy Inst.
Mr. K. N. Fori, of thia place, left on
lat Krtil.-xy Mtffiiln;' Iniln tor Khiimii
("It J, hit old homo.
Mr. J. N. Crowhy. of Vlblmnl, made
ns a very pleant and substji ntlul csll !
Hon. Johu A. CroM, from Mirnhlo,
Mo., jr.ivc Ihe Democrat office a call on
Mrs. Rnau Kemper, of St. Jwrpli,
spent vveral days in Klthionud thla
week, the guest .( Mrs. J.S. Ilnglint.
Mr. Joshua Bonlne dropped In Sntiif
day, ami m.vlc tlio heart of the editor
zlad, by handing u the silver tor
anotlict' years fubscrlpltoii.
MIm Ellen Mrnrlce, who has been
TiUiir In Iioontlllc, rrtsrnrd home
last wn'k, sccniiiHiikd by Miss Katie
Dalentlne, ol Nvlrakt City.
Mij t.ulil Wall, who Is nttciullng
school at Ijcxlnxton. spent ' Saturday
taij biuulay livit In tills place, and re
turned to 1 zex hifftoii on Monday.
Mr. O. IK Stewart. gev.t for Honk's
Tree 1'roteetor, was in to see in Tuc-
dsy. tie U gnliig to Illluola to Intro
duce his Invention.
Mr. Hui'glii, the prml.il proprietor of
the ilndj;ii House In this place, la on
Ui street ayahi after (everal wcekl of
aickncM. Wo arc glad to see bhn out.
Mr. Itlcli.ini Powell, a detective Iroin
Moberly. wa In town on Wednesday
morning hut. A screw loose some
where. Ithnd Dick, the musician, has Wn In
town several days tills week, making
limbic for the boys, and picking up an
occasional dime. As an Imitator of
birds, he Is s success.
Mr. W. II. Kltch, the efficient secreta
ry of the Hay county Home ri-ntcclinn
Association, made us a business call on
Saturday last, lie speaks well of this
paper, and (five words of encourage
ment (or us fin ure.
Judge Xlles Erey, from near flardin.
dropped In oo Friday aud made hJ tusuli
solid wiih the Democrat for another
year. There Is room for more hko
Mr. John A. Buchanan, from near
bawum, made this olllce a substantial
call on Monday. Ho had no news of
special Importance to report from h'.s
Messrs. Milter aud Fargo, of Polo,
Caldwell county, were In town on
Saturday last, buying horses we under
stand, for I lie hausus market, lln-y
go! about IS head.
Mr. E l. Mauouhrie, who hns been
working in this oflieu for some time
p:it, left this morning, fur CarrolU
to i, lo take a position ou the Dunverat,
At that place.
WAS ON & FOWLER,
WikSStM aHe FOWLER
DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF THEIR
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK
Boots and Shoes, Hals and Caps,
Cassimcres, Cuffs & Collars.
Jeans, Duck. Neckties. Cloves.
Bed Ticking, Handkerchiefs,
Shirting, Overalls, Oil Cloths, Silk Scarfs,
HAMBURG EDGING, INSERTING. ZEPHYRS, NOTIONS.
Bp-till III I If.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
And, in fact, everything usually found in a First-Class Dry Goods House can be found in
endless variety, and at prices that cannot fail to plene o all. Wo h Ave an unusually largo
stock of Spring and Summer Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc, and invite all our old
customers, and the public generally, to call and see us.
Ono Door West of Hughes' Bant.
Tee LefMaliiture of thin Bute
liax panned a very stringent law
in rrganl to lihting no ten aud
lioniU by tax pHjeiH, ami we
imagine a good many solid old
tax (layf-rn will hare to face the
in iihio thi fall aud give to the
aoiteftKor, a true list of llicir
note and bond. Tho f.ict in,
wo collect lo load, tux in thin
country oft' the laud and stock ou
l,ii inn, aud not enough off oar
real cIciiii-ntH ol wealth.the note
ami other t vidt'UCCS of doht, held
ly our inonied men. We will
)ii!iixli the provisions of the
law relating to thia eulijeci, he
foie the aKtCBKor htaita ou Lin
next uiiuiul round.
HuxATfiits lioj'kaday and Tar
iu and iPiivi'iiUti ve MiDati
ial mid Mt'Inlyrt, will remain in
JeUVrikon Oily lo tiiiUh up the
ivoi'k of leviiiioii mid eouipletinp
and iudeiu tho tame. It in
nip,ioi-d that it wiil reiiiiie
tl -He geiiih'ihi'ii four iiiontha lo
OUiJllutC liic jo i.
ALL these vetoes ly rregident
Uayea are put out iu the intercut
of John Rhcrman, who expects
to be the next Republican candi
date for the Presideucy. Hayes
is opposed to Grant, and those
who aid iu giving Grant a boom
now may be sure that they will
get no favors from this adminis
tration. If Hayes cau't succeed
himself in the Presidential chair
he is very anxious to name his
successor. lie ueed five himself
uo uneasiness on this subject as
the Democrats will select the
man to succeed Mr. Iluyes, iu
fact, they selected one two years
ago but for want of backbone
did not inaugurate him.
The racca on the farm ol Will
Turpio three miles from Carroll
ton came Off last week, John
VYilcoxeu's stalliou '"Rinniaik"
won the race over Ed. Devine's
"Engineer" and Frank Kobert
mmiV "Jtoxie." Other, trottiuc
races (ollowed, much to the
aiuusinent of the very large uud.
her of spectators present.
Tiikkb is a bill before (on
gress to repeal the tax ou leaf
tobacco in the hands of the pro
duuers, but it is doubtful if it
cau be passed. If it was a bill
for the relief of some rich molded
monopoly it would be put through
iu a hurry.
Tun Merchants bauk at St.
Joseph, got Ihe tiuie lock out of
tlx on their safe lust week and foi
several days could not get at
their assets. They had a holt
cut Iu the doors as to remedy
Uritzmachkh, the saloon
keeper in Brunswick, charged
with egging Campbell, the teti
pcrance lecturer, has been grant
ed a tie' paloou license by the
City Council of that place, aud
the Druuswick AVici man is mad
Til 15 Carrolltou City Council
lias extended I he- Dram shop li
cense of one saloon to the jlli of
July at which lime ull the olheu
Caukollion is making big
preparations for a rousing cele
bration ou the 1th of July this
jcr. A public meeting was re
cently held to make all necessary
Pukbiukmt 11a veh has turned
a double summersault, ami lit
right back iuto the ranks of the
most Iiadical of the Republicans.
B. II. Inouain has been ftp
poiuted County Clerk of Pettis
county, iu the place of J. C.
The Andrew County Court
levied a poll-tax of $2 per head
tills year as county tax. itatuer
a novel proceeding.
Road overseer in Andrew
county are allowed 1 25 per duy.
At the uight session of the
Missouri Legislature ou Monday
uight last the following re
solution, complimentary to Mr.
W. S Heymourof this place, tbo
Chief Cleric of the House was
oOeied and passed;
'.Vhkbkam. Tho Arduous duties
devolving upon the Chief Clerk
of the Geueial Assembly, Mr. W,
. Heymour, having been lis
charged with such promptness
and dispatch, as to greatly facili
tate Ihe business of the House
therefore be it
Metolred, That the thanks of
this House are due and are here
by tendered lo him lor the very
able aud eHective manner that
he has discharged the important
duties of his o'ho.
Mr. Mclntjte, of Audrain, in a
Hve minutes' speech, paid a feel
ing and haiidsoinb compliment to
tho Chief Clerk, w hose duties, he
said, have bt-eu discharged in a
fully and completely conducted
by any preceeding Clerk of this
Tho speaker pro tem. (ft. A
Campbell) said he endorsed ull
that had bceu said by Mr. Mclu
The resolution was then noani
niously adopted by a rising votu.
A resolution was theu adopted
complimentary to the luiuute,
docket aud other clerks of the
For the first time iu the histo
ry of MiKsourLJi'gislatioii the eu
tire clericul wotk of the House is
complete up to the present hour.
Whcu the gavel falls at 10 a. m.
tomoi row the entire force will bo
Trilmls of K.'sprct.
It -port or Committee of Klclni&ml
Bar. appointed l)y Juiljre Georgu W.
Dunn to dralt resolution on hearing ol
tli deatli of M J. ltohcrt Mivler
Th committee of tUo liielinmmt Bar,
cihimmIiik of V. T. Uarm-r, Chmli'S J.
1 1 1 1 tr 1 1 - . sr., mill .lame . mack, np
Dointetl bv Tour Honor, last Friday. U
drifj iv'iiiiniiuxrtudve of their li-el-
HUT' on tn-iw In jf rl uiu ili nlli ol Mn
Itnlnri "3evir would n-Hfllnlly iilmiit
the fcdlowin recliitiiiA to hi spread
unoii the reconli ol this court u trili-
ute ol leiii sml ropiirl lo l lie memory
ol Ihe llltisli-ii'U dt-C'-med :
Fiht. Rrtotcnl '1 lint, ai member
of the Uk'hmouil B ir. we deeply n jrret
the dei-M. ol M.ior Ituhert Seller, who
n lor nlir.o.-t a quarter ol a cenliiry,
lie nhlr and ellk'icnt clerk of thin Court,
and hv the f lithful devotion to the du
lien of hiii oltlee, and In the ch-jtaut and
iiccoinpliidicd rxveiition of lhi-ni, lia
reared a monument In tne records ol me
Itay ('(mill? Circuit Court more eiulur
in IIihii the marble coin ill il.
Skcom). Reflvii, That ill the great
nd varied extent ol III iiMaiimiciit, In
the clone icsenrehcn of a vignroim
and nnnlytlcMl mind, and in tho purity
ami ricbucs of claasical eullure, lit, was
mi ornament to society, and prejlly
Ihv.hI by men ol letters and fciuiitiUc
Tmitn. Rrtolord, That hln high mor
al worth, lil (reueroMty ol ills position,
hit venial kiudnou and irenl lenesa ill cv
ery act and word ol nocial intercouiie,
endeared him to all who knew him in
Ihe kind neii;htior, the warm friend and
the true Clirullnn.
Fourth. Rtuvhed, That a member
ol the I'lchmoiid Bar we nltectloiiately
vniathlze with, and tender to Ills af
flicted family and relative our heartfelt
codolemenl upon thulr Irropurable loss
and suit bereavement.
FieTH.-ofo. Thnt the reolu-
tlons be spread upon I lie records ol this
court, and that a copy thereof be tur
nUlicd to each of the city papers tor
publication, and to the Mirvlylug lamlly
ol t:ie iiece&M;i.
f! T. lUIIVK.R. 1
C. 3. HI UHK-J, Sr. V COSIMlTTKE.
J. W. ulac u:, )
The project of starting a paper at
lllgglnsvllle, Lafayette county, lias been
abandoned for the present. The Illinois
man who wu going start the paper con
cluded to stay where he was.
Married, in Carrolltou on the
Ilth, Dan R. Brand to Miss Kan
nie F. Miller.
W. R. JACKSON,
(kast siua or riiBMC squark.)
eeps con.taiitly on hand a full stock
all kinds of
Tinware, &c &c.
llebuvslow for Cash and cannot be
... , 1 1
,ltn4-rtohl in ormwvv -tM,i..
FARRiS & SON.
7 14 tf
Ills stock of Coffins Is yery largo and
he Is prepared to fill orders for Collins,
L's-kcts, or Slutalic Cases, either nlglit
tall A' M-x limine Hooiln.
W. B. JACKSON.
CROW K." SETS
MOSBY & SOS'S,
The very best Styles In the market.
TTTT Tf Tnpi "WT
W j til JtM. .Hull.
GEO. N. tiVGEE,
Vfal Hide 1'iiblic rVpiare,
In the line of Cook Htove", he chnl-ten-res
the world for competition, lis
manufactured by the oldest Sfovo Man
ufactory in Missouri. This stove Is a
beauty, and W A lilt A Ji I K'D to jrlvo
cnthe satisfaction. And the ccleliruled
STfiNDAHD" I. X. L
of nnflonnl fame, which sin nils In t)i
front rank of Cook Stoves, Is nmoiijr the
larfe and complete stock he has now
on baud, besides many other brand
not necessary to mention tere. CAM
AM, HKK l Oll VUUliSRLVES. 11a
Will keep constantly nn hand a well
selected stock of everything ill Ids line.
11-tf UEO. N. McUEE.
NOTIt:K Is hereby givon, thut letter
of Adinlnlstratiuii were granted t
the tindcr!)rued, by Ihe 1'rnhate Court,
it flay coiiuty.upon the estate of Kliji
bcth B. Vannoy, deceased, bcariuir date
April 2Jrd. 187.
All person having claim against
mid estate are rr-qulreu to present tliciu
for allowance wiihu one year to the
Administrator, and if the same be not
presented within two year from the
dale of said letter, they will be for
THOMAS V. BTOIIM,
Jtwr iAjJ -Wi
TnE trial of Frank Davidson
charged with the murder of Wil
liam llaifL'erlly baa iual ben
completed at Wai rouHlnirtr, the
jur.v finding him guilty of murder
in the drat uegte, whluu indi
cate a banging noon.
Tub Kaunas City Timet: Gov
ernor riielos will not call the
Legislature in extra HPHsion. He
nay they might at ay all aummer
at 43 a day. Any way he 18 not
willio to risk them.
Tuk Legialuture appropriated
12,000 lo Improve the Capitol
building at Jefferson City. Thia
amount of money nhould make
aotne grand linprovineiita.
In alx or eight week work will
be begun on the new government
cujIoiii house at Kantian Cite,
HOLD THE FORT.
The uadcrslgued, dealer In
HARDWIRE & GROCERIES
Has now on band and
will keep constantly a
full stock of builders'
Hardware, Cutlery ,
also a General Line of
Family Groceries, all
of which amy be had
Tim braina of Zuch Chandler
of Michigan uow run the Preai-
.11.. i i.f M.a IT..!..,! lllnl i.a -u
J LOW FOR CASH.
I will not give a list, hut ask all
tlose wanting goods Iu my lluetoooine
i.XTO THE rOIlT,
wWr there Is safety, ouUldu there is
J. P. QUESENBERRY.
Spring1 and Summer
THADE OF 1879.
Iteturn thank to all their old Customer for their patronage In the pi
ollcit a continuation of their favors, and assure them that they can now give
them better bargains than ever before, having just received and opened out oi'd
of the largest and best selected stocks of
if mill i mm
ever brought to this city, wbleli they are selling at prices that defy competition.
The uttentlon of the LADIES I especially called to their superior stock of
DKESH GOODS, the most handsome, largest stock, clegs nt designs, and cheapest
ever offered in the city. KINK SHOES AND SMITEUS In endless variety.
A larger Stock of Coo l's AND SHOES than ever before.
Their stock of liltOCEKIES I large and complete.
Iu the Hue or DIIV GOODS and NOTIONS, they have everything u.uully
found hi a first-clasi Dry Goods and Notion house.
In fact If you want AN YTHINl hi the line of Pry Goods, Notions, Boots,
Shoes, Mats, Caps, Groceries, to call on HOLT A HCGllES. v7-nl3-tf
Are you going to Paint?
THE BEST m TEE WORLD IS THE
Geo. W. Pitkin fe Co.,
Wucafdiuirrwiiii. A K 1 87 Xarht ftresL ChieuA 0.
RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI.
We are now maniifactifftiig a sunerlor
article of Flour. Meal, etc., at our mills,
and will uim to keep constantly ou hand
FLOUR and MEAL
to icll for CASH and exchange for
wheat and corn.
of TKN rtUSIIKT.S mid upwards, on
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Mulurdu) , fur
Thanking the people of Rv county
generally, tor their liberal patronage in
lie past, we solicit a renewal snd con
tinuation of the same, thinking we cam
give satisfaction to all.
J NO. it. HAM ACflEll A BRO.
I wish to Inform tbo citizens ol Hay
county that I Iistc opened out a llrst.
cluss ltt4i-aui,and would ho thank
ful fin- a liberal share ol the publio
AND LUNCHES at all hours ol the
day or ulgl.t, for
Only 25 Cents
Hoom IT KTA IKS. second door west
ofKlgerA: Werlz's sloie, on tho bunlU
Side ol the 1'ublle hipiiiie.
JNO. A. ZIMMEf.SCHiED,
l",-lf l'ropi ietor.