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Eallroad Disaster on Long Island Rail-
road-A TerribU Smash Up -Fifteen
Ntw Yobk, Aug. 28.
The following particulars of the collision
on the Long Island Railroad to-day are
furnished by passengers t
At 5.45 a. m. the Greenport train, which
ahould not leave the Jamaica Station unless
the Hunter'a Point train had arrived, was
alerted from Jamaica ten minutes before
time, and met the other train at full apeed
bout mile west of that village. The
signal of the approaching train from Hun
ter's Point Was heard by several passengers
on the other train, and one gentleman who
was standing on the platform ol the smoking
car looked out, saw the danger, and leaped
off without sustaining any irjury. The
n timer e roint train was under lull speed
as me oonaucior doubtless leu sure or his
right of way, but the other contactor, whose
Dame, we understand, is Sands, had begun
somewhat to slaoken the speed of his train,
as he was aware of the insecurity of his
position. There was sufficient time for all
the firemen, engineers and conductors to
jump off, which they did without receiving
serious injury. The eastward bound (rain
was completely run and crushed to pieces
by the suptrior weight of the other. The
aoene was so frightlul to those that escaped
that some fainted with terror at the appall
ing sight. Men were hanging suspended
beneath the wreck bv the laaerated lendnn,
of their legs, both of which had been torn
away in the collision; others were suspended
by the throat, across which strong iron
fenders had been crushed; others were
lying beneath tone of wrecked oars, and
moaning out the Tew brief momenta of life
remaining to them. At first it seemed as
though lew could have escaped from the
catastrophe alive, but in a few minutes one
and another of the unfortunate victims
crawled from beneath the awful mass of
An jionesi Army officer He Refuses a
Brioe of $200,000 from Cotton Sharp
Brev. Brig. Gen. C. A. Grosvenor, Pro
vost Marshal General of Augusta, Ga., has
placed himself on the record as one of the
most extraordinary men the war has devel
oped, A brace of gentlemen Messrs.
Thos. S. Metcalf and Leopold Cohn liavine
a good thing in prospect, offered Gen. Gros
Venor the snug little sum of $200,000 to
decide a cotton question in their favor.
Strange to say, the General couldn't see it,
and the speculators were arrested for an
The RuMO-American Telegraph
Now that failure has followed the last
attempt to oonneot flurope and America by
a telegraphio wire laid across the bed of the
Atlantic Ocean, inoreased interest Will be
felt in the enterprise known as the Rutso-
American leleeraph. I his telegraph will
connect London with New York via St.
Petersburg in Russia and San Francisco
and St. Louis in the United States. The
work upon it has been prosecuted wilh
diligence for some months; and will be com
pleted next year. From San Francisoo the
line will be carried through British Colum
bia or New Caledonia into the Russo-
Americnn Possession on the northwest coast
of the American continent. The communi
cation between the opposite shores of Asia
and America will be established In latitude
62. The distance across is 400 miles, but
an intervening island reduces the distance
to which it will be necessary to extend I lie
submerged portion of the cable to only 200
miles for the longest interval. In Asia the
line will be taken up by Russian officers
and completed so as to connect it with St.
retersourg througli me mourn ol the river
A moor, in latitude 52.30. From New
Westminister, at the mouth of Frazer river
in British America, to NicoloieQVk. near
the Amoor, is 4,000 miles. The line will
be completed through a large part of the
Frnzer river valley the present season.
Since February last 250 men have been at
work upon this section of it. Next spring
there will be on the grouni the wire and
all materiuls necessary Tor the prosecution
of the work for the remainder of the route
on this continent. The materials will in
clude 200 miles of submarine wire.
The California Alia, from which we
collect these facts, mentions the clearing
from the port of San Francisco on the 10th
tin., ol me Darn uuiden Uate, the nag-aliip
or the telegraph squadron, which was bound
for the Gulf of Anadir and (he shores ol
Bering's Straits, with Colonel Bulkley
Superintendent, and his staff on board.
A propeller, the George S. Wright, was a
consort of the Golden Gate. The barks
Clara Bell and Palmetto, and schooner
Milton Badger were up the coast. The
five Vessels mentioned form the telegraphic
squadron. Ongress authorized (he bee
re.ary ot (he Navy to detail either a steam
or sailing vessel to moke sounuines, trans
port material, and assist in hiving the sub
marine cable, but that official has persistently
refusej to furnish a vessel, or (o assist the
enterprise in any way. The Secretory of
the Treasury, however, placed the revenue
Cutler Shubrick at Colonel Bulkley 's corn-
attempt to bnbe an officer. Colin admitted mand, and has in many ways extended
the truth of the charge, and Gen. Steedman, 1 vors, and so also has the Collector ol the
to whom the case was referred, decided as orl San r.rancisco,
Administrators should bear in mind that
(he law now requires all Administrator's
sales of real estate to he advertised in a
newspaper. All written notices are void
and sales made in accordance with written
notices, are contrary to law.
Bo Dho w kid im Well On Mon
day evening last Thomas Geej little step
son of Mr. Levi Kitchen, near Allen, in
this county, went to the well to draw a
bucket of water. Being absent an unuscs)
length of time, the family, becoming alarm
ed, went to look for him, and found his
body in the well. He was buried on the
next day. Randolph Citizen,
ST. LOUIS MARKET.
That said Leopold Cohn shall leave the
department ol ueorgia within twenty-four
The Golden Gate, as she proceeds north
word will stop at the mouth of Kvicllpak
(pronounced Vio-pak), which is a great
to-wit: On or before 12 o'clock m. of the river with a delta 100 miles wide, reaching
12lh day of August, 18C5, and lake up hisrrom 61 cleg 30 min. to 63 deg. lire
residence at a point not nearer Augusta ! Mr- Kenniontt and party will disembark,
than Charleston, S. C, and not to return ' I w'" 08 the duty 10 ascend the river and
during the military occupancy of Georgia, 'explore its source something . which has
tinder penalty of arrest and punishment for ! never been done heretofore, although some
disobedience of orders.
That the money deposited by the said
Metcalf and Cohn, the property of said
Metcalf, with said Brevet Brig. Gen. Gros
venor, in part payment of said officer of two
hundred thousand dollars, to wit: The sum
of eleven thousand dollars, be distributed
on the order of the Major General com
manding for the relief of the poor of
Russians attempted it h teen or twenty
years ago. It is supposed that the Kvich
pak is the same stream as the Youken, into
which the Pelly river of British America
'empties. Mr. Kennicott spent four years
Ion the Youken river, about latitude 65
ugi ... bi iiba vi fcija kjiiiiiiinuuiau All
stilute, and therefore the present enterprise
is not altogether novel to him. While
Kennicott goes up (he Kvichpak. Major
Pope will go up Frazer river and down the
Pelly and iYukm to meet him. Major
Pope started in May last.
Colonel Bulkley will also land a party at
the mouth of the Anadir river, at lati'.ude
The Soldiers are Industrious.
A gentleman traveling through Iowa,
aays that thousands of returned Iowa sol
diers are busy in the fields, helping to fi?5 rW. in Siberia nml it will h their ,lt
gather in the harvests. The same remark t0 ascend that stream, and they will be met
la true of other States. The soldiers have by another party, to be sent out by Major
generally returned (o industry, and have Abasa, a Russian nobleman, who, alter
not, as was predicted by some, resorted to having studied the telegraphic business in
fjuiaig-j iui a iitcuiiuuu. ou iar uie tacis
snow that the increase of crime is amongst
the roughs who shunned the army, or went
Into it for the purpose of bounty jumping.
Few soldiers who have served three or
four years in the field, have turned out
rogues. The war has had a demoralizing
effect, but the demoralization has not been
in the soldiers so much as was feared. A
noble enthusiasm has protected them in the
midst of temptations, and returned (hem to
their homes little changed, except, in many
instances, for the better. Galesburg ( III .)
the United States for several years, has
taken part in the undertaking.
We may be pretty sure that this enter
prise will be a success in every po'nt of
view. Whether it will ever be superseded
in part or whole by an Atlantic cable is a
question which a moy yet take many years
and repeated experiments to answer.
The London Times, speaking of the
Atlantic Cable, says:
No commercial misadventure of modern
times has ever excited more wide-spread
interest and deep regret than this almost
national disaster. It believes the directors
are about to take steps to in mediately re
place the cable that has been lost.
The Times further remarks that it
would be strange if, after all, (he land
ahould beat the sea, and the Russians and
Americans should oomplete the wire Irom
London to New York, by way of Siberia
and Behring's Straits, before the success ol
the cable. There can be no question as to
7e Dossibilitv of a land lina. but Fnolnrwl
inclines to the Atlantio route. Both are
only a question of time and money, In the
too probable event of the Great Eastern
returning from the late disaster, we might
immediately set about improving our cable.
It appeara to be admitted that it is capable
of improvement .
Secretary of Stale, Rodman, has been
made the happy recipient of a splendid
solid silver tea service. The ceremony
took place in St. Louis. Hon. II. T. Blow
made the presentation speech, which was
responded toin a very happy vein by the
A Noble Sfntimeht. Condemn no
man, says John Wesley, for not thinking
as you think. Let every one enjoy the full
and free liberty of thinking lor himself.
L:t every man use his own judgement,
since every man must give an account of
himself to God. Abhor every approach, in
any kind of degree, to the spirit of perse
cution. II you cannot reason or persuade
a man into the truth, never attempt to force
him into it. If love will not compel him to
oome, leave him to God the Judge of all.
To Prevent a House ranis Pulling; the
Halter. The Country Gentleman says:
Tie a rope around the neck, put it through
a hole in the edge of the manger, an I tie it
around (ha fore-leg below the knee, and
when the horse pulls, the rope will slip
hi ough the hole and pull up the lore leg,
and he will soon give it up.
Monday, August 28 p. M. J
TOBACCO The market was more active snd
firmer to day. Sales include 2 hhds scraps at
$1 402 60) 3 do green lugs at S4 404 60 11
do factory $S to $5 71 24 do planters' $5 80 to
$8 27 do common shipping S3 29 to $12) 22 do
medium (12 25 to 114 79; 7 do good and fine at
$15 to $17 11 do common manufacturing $19 25
to $22 25; 9 do medium do $24 50 to $23 3 good
at $40 to 43 50. Bids on 25 hhds were rejected.
FLOUR The receipts were 8,068 bbls and
1,953 sacks, -..and holders of the higher grades
stirrer, but the lower grades of extras and supers
were extremely dull of sale, and buyers stood
otffor further concessions. The only reported
sales were 50 bbls spring super at $7; 30 bbls
spring extra at $8 120 bbls double extr.i, part
delivered, at $9(9 2o; 50 bbls do do at $10 75
100 bbls do do choice at $11) and 42 bbls do do
at $11 75 f bh; also, about 305 sacks supers and
spring extras at from $3 65 to $3 85 4, and
about 1,000 sks double and single extras at from
$4 25 to $5 50 $ sack.
WH EAT Receipts were 12,303 sacks, 4,327
bushels, 160 bbls, and the market was heavier and
lower for all grades except club and the choice
grades of fall. Sales were about 2,000 sacks
damaged and inferior to common and fair fall at
from 40c to $1 30 and $1 50 1,130 sacks club at
$1 40, $1 42 and $1 45 4,000 bushels do at
$1 45 129 sacks club and fall mixed at $1 50J
314 sacks good fall at $1 65 to $1 70 1,650 sacks
prime and strictly prime new and old at from
$1 75 to $2; 716 sacks choice at $2 10 to $2 15;
522 sacks strictly choice at $2 20 to $2 25 150
bbls and 374 sacks do at $2 30 142 sacks do at
$2 35 and 50 sacks extra choice at $2 40 "j bush
el, which is an outside rate.
CORN Receipts were 1,030 sacks, and the
market was lower and heavy, with tales of 560
sacks mixed inferior, delivered, at 72c; 3,500
sacks mixed and yellow at 7Gc; 1,685 sacks prime
and choice at 78c and 80c; 203 sacksjinferior
white at 79c; 340 sacks prime do at 80c, and 323
sacks choice do at 82c bushel.
WHISKEY Market steady, with sales of 95
bbls. in lots at $2 24 gallon.
HAY Receipts were 567 bales, and the mar
ket was dull and lower, with sale of 71 bales
tight-pressed at $20 $ ton.
ONION'S Sales of 290 sacks at $1, delivered,
and 80 sacks at $1 10 $ bushel, including sacks.
POTATOES Sale of 63 sacks prime, including
sacks, at 60c bushel.
HIDES Market steady at 13 to 13Jc $ s for
LARD Sale of 75 tierces prime kettle at 22c
WOOL The market for unwashed and tub
show a declining tendency, but for other descrip-1
tious prices are steady. Sales to-day were 12
sacks tub washed at 65c; 2 sacks do at 64c; 3
sacks do at 62c; 4 sacks do, slightly burry , at 61c;
5 sacks do ot 58c; 10 sacks unwashed at 36c; 2
sacks do at35c;6 sacks do at 33c; 1 sack do at
32c; 1 sack burry at 28c, and 1 sack badly do at
22c ft Bi.
HORSE AND MULE MARKET.
The large auction sales of mules by Govern
ment and John Finn & Co., gave' the appearance
of great activity to the market this week. A
great many buyers were present, and the range of
prices was generally high.
The demand is now confined principally to
work horses for farm use, heavy draft horses and
large mules. We do not hear of much inquiry
for fancy horses, and small mules are dull.
Business for the week at the mammoth stock
mart of John Finn & Co., corner Fifth and Carr
streets, comprised auction sales of 182 horses from
$19 to $118 274 mules from $75 to $280; and
private sales of 35 horses from $93 to $275, and
56 mules from $100 to $350.
ww ii 1
Uaeat Race. ''The Laclede," a racing
association of St, Louis, have made up a
purse of $10,000, tb be com poled for on
(heir race course, in three mile heats, on
Monday, September 18th. It Is made a
condition that the famous race horses As
teroid and Kentucky shall be among the
competitors. We presume the main object
is to decide the question of speed between
these (wo noted rivals, The field, however,
is open to other horses.
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
route 10,489, rsoM allek to OLAsnow.
Arrive every day, except Sunday, 9 p. M
Depart " " " 6 a. m
BOOTS 10,452, COLOMBIA TO GLASGOW.
Arrive every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Depart every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday,
o A. M.
BOOTH 10.492, GLASGOW TO MIAMI.
Arrive every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday,
Depart every Tuesiay, Thursday and Saturday,
A. M. . w. uiuuts, r. M.
I. W. HEBVrORD.
MT. PLEASANT COLLEGE,
rpHE TENTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
JL this institution will open at Hunstville, on
the Second Moml.iy in September next. All the
departments will be supplied with teachers; and
no pains will ne'ypared to make the College in
discipline ant'ia sruction all it should be. hor
nine years, through sunshine and storm, it has
mainiainea an nonoraDie position among inn per
manent institutions of the country. Faithfully
adhering to its mission, It has been sustained with
out suspension yhrongh the war, and now every
effort will be put forth to extend 'its usefulness
commensurate with the demands ot peace. We
have a complete assortment of apparatus, and a
fair library. 1 he college buili'ing and grounds
will receive such repairs and improvements as are
needed before the opening of the session.
Our terms will remain as heretofore, vis:
Tuition in College Classes $18 00
" in Intermediate Classes 14 60
" in Primary Department 7 50
Contingent Fee 1 00
Tuition in Instrumental Music 20 00
(One hair payable in advance.)
Good boarding can be obtained in private f am'
ihes at the lowest reasonable rates.
W. R. ROTHWELL,
Aug. 24. '05 Gw. Presiuent.
TILLMAN & CO.
WATER STREET, GLASGOW MO.,
Would call attention of all buyers of
To tlietr present Stork, purchased
after tbe large decline in Gold
W are prepared to offer to our friend's and cus
tomers a complete assortment of all kinds of
Groceries at the
Very Lowest Hates.
Will pay the highest CASH PRICE for
Oacou, Lard, Hides, Wool, Chick
ens, Eggs, Butter, Potatoes, Apples
Corn, Wood, &c, &.C.,
Hi TJ M33 E II .
We have just received a large Stock of Pine
SHINGLES, LATHS, SASH, DOORSC.
Which we offer at reduced Prices. Call
before buying elsewhere.
TILLMAN c t U.
August 3, 1865.
VTTE regret very much that necessity requires
us to call upon our patrons,
medium, for a settfement of dues, nut the nature
and incidents or our piorcsston demand a private,
permanent home, ana in consequence ot this, our
present condition and the great press of the times,
we make this general call, intending to offend
none, and hoping that all indebted will respond
Aug. 10 '65 3w.
1865. lJm& 1865,
ST. LOUIS & MISSOURI RIVER
THE above line is now composed of the fol
lowing first-class Missouri river steamers :
CLARA, E. Spencer, Master.
PEORIA CITV, Jud. Cartwrizht, Master.
'MARCELLA, James O'Neal, "
PARAGON, John McCloy, "
ISABELLA, John T. Dozier.
JENNIE LEWIS, Henry McPherson, Master.
Une or wlncn will leave at. Louis every lues,
day, Thursday and Saturday for Boonville. At-
row Rock, Glasgow, Cambridge, Brunswick,
XieWiti, Miami, Lexington, Camden, Missouri
City, Wayne City, Knnscs City, Wyandotte
Leavenworth City, Weston and Atchison, as lol
Clara and Jennie Lewis leave St. Louis on
Tuesdays. Pass Glasgow going up on Thurs
days, coming down fass Glargow on WedneS'
. Peoria City and Isabella leave St. Louis on
Thursdays. Pass Glasgow going up on Satur
days, coming down pass Glasgow on Fridays.
Marcella and Paragon leave St. Louis on Sat
urdays.. Pass Glasgow going up on Mondays,
coming down pass uiasgow on Sundays.
Throughout the entire season.
C. II. T.1TIJI, Agent.
August 17, 1865 tf.
'S It jn THIS school will be returned (he
. J . 1 1 wi ucjimuuci . i lie srn.iuii
consists of two terms i the first ex
pires the Uth of February; and the other the last of
June. A short vacation of one week given at
The Institution has Been well patronized for
years. Last Fall our accommodations were not
sufficient for the applicants.
Board and Tuition for 5 months, (payable
in advance,) $100 0O
Music Lessons, Piano or Guitar, 20 00
Day pupils $10, $13, $16 and $20, according to
For full particulars apply for catalogue.
N. B. Two Teachers needed one fully pre
pared to teach the higher branches of an English
education, and the other to teach music. No ap
plication will be regarded unless the one w ho makes
it is explicit in stating age, experience, tpialifica
tions, where educated, what salary expected, itc.
Address. FRENCH STROTHER,
Aug. lutn, iBta. uiasgow, mo.
rilHE undersigned having purchased th Stock
J. and fixtures formerly owned by G. CREWS,
Esq., beg leave to announce to the citizens of
CHARITON AND SALINE COUNTIES,
that they will open at that stand, on or about
A Complete Stock
Aggregate Assets, liiOST 5.3.
Statement of the condition or I lie
UEiniAXIA FlllE lSl litML
COM FAX Y, of I he City of Xew
York, on the 2nd day of January,
1SG.", in conformity with the
laws of the State of Missouri.
Cash capital and surplus
Cash in Banks and in hands of
Loans on Bond and Moitgage
United States Securities
Loam on Stocks end fends,
payable on demand
Bank and Insurance Stocks, etc.
Losses incurred and in process
Statement of the towlUlm of the IliSOVEH
FIRE 1SSUR.1XCE COMPJIXY, of the Cttw
or" New York, on tie 2nd Hay of January,
1865, tn coiiormily with the laus of the State
Cath capital and surplus
The beautiful extract below is from the
pen of Hon. Geo. S. Ilillard:
I confess that increasing years bring with
them an increasing respeot for men who do
Dot succeed in lile, as those words are
commonly used. Heaven is said to be
place for those who have not suoeeeded up
on earth: and it is surely true celestial
graces d not best thrive and bloom in the
hot blaze of worldly prosperity. Ill suocess
aomeiiruus arises Irom a superbundanca of
qualities in themselves good from a con
cienoe too sensitive, a taste too fastidious, I
self-foreetfulness too ruinanlio, a modesty
too retiring. I will not go so far as to say
with a living poet, "that the world knows
nothing of its greatest men," but there are
forms ol greatness or at least excellence,
winch ''tlie and make no sign, there are
martyrs that miss the palm but not the stake;
heroes without the laurel, and conquerors
without me triumph.
THE HOWARD UNION.
The undersigned having purchased the 'Times'
Printing Establishment, proposes the regular pub
lication of a new paper in Glasgow, called The
Howard Union. To the State and National Ad
ministrations in their efforts to wipe out the last
traces of the rebellion, restore the union of the
States, and secure the return once more of peace
and prosperity to the people, it will yield a cor
dial and hearty support. It will be as much of a
local paper as possible, thereby specially adapt-
in; it to the wants or its subscribers ; and in
addition, will contain a summary of all important
Determined to labor zealously to promote the
Interests ot the people of Howard and adioinine
counties, and believing that a well-conducted pa
per will De ol utility ana convenience 10 inem,
I jespectrully solicit trout them that patronage
the enterprise deserves.
iebms iwo Dollars per year, or une Dollar
for six months, invariably in advance.
f KAISClS M. TAYLOlt.
. N. FRANZEN.
HAVING ogoiin opened my Shoe Shop, I am
prepared to mannfacture TO ORDER,
BOOTS AXD SHOES.
Having had an experience ot some fifteen years
at the business, I feel confident that I can give en
tire satisfaction in my work. My material and
stock -ire of the beat kind and warranted.
Being thankf .l for past favors from old patrons
I would solicit .i continuance of the same, at my
new Shop, on Knit street, opposite Thompson &
Dunnica's Bank. N. FRANZEN.
Glasgow, June 15, 1865.
CoaaECTED Weekly by G. II. Tatum.
Glasgow, Aue" 31,1865.
Sugar, N. O. 10 to 20 cts.
Collee 38 to 40 "
Molasses, Belcher's syrup, 1,50 "
Molasses, N.Y 1.26
Salt, per barrel, 4,50
Flour, $4 to $5 per sack.
Bar Iron 6 J
Nails by the keg, 7,5u to $8,50
Corn meal pr bushel, $1,00
Bacon, Sides 17 to 18 "
Hams, 19 to 20
Farmers Produce Bbooghtto Town.
Potatoes 75c per bushel.
20 to 25"
40 to 50 "
$1 60 to 2 00
80 to 80
35 to 60
Tobacco, from $3,00 to $4,00 per hogshead to St.
Louis, and freight tu cts per luu lbs.
Fiom St. Louis, 30 to 60 cts per 100 lbs.
Chickens, per dozen,.
nuuer, per pound,
Eggs, per dozen, ...... ....
Feathers, per pound, ,
Dry Hides, per pound, .,
Green Hides, per pound,
Cotton Yarn, per pound,
t heights by
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
One square, ten lines or less, one insertion, $1 DO
Each additional insertion, per square, 50
One square, three months,. 5 00
Final Settlement or Administration Notices 3 00
Quarter of a column, three months 10 00
" " six montns 13 ui'
( u twelve months 20 00
Half column, three months.. 15 00
" six monius xo ihj
" twelve months 40 00
Column, three months 25 00
six monins 40 vu
' twelve months 75 00
Advertisements out of tho direct line of busi
ness of the yearly advertiser, will be charged for
separately, ai toe usual rates.
Notices accompanying fleams cue. per square
Stray Notices, $3, and $1 for each additional
animal in the same notice.
All advertisements, not marked with the nnm
ber of insertions, will be published till forbid and
charged for accordingly.
Professional or business cards, not exceedine
eight lines, $8 10 lines, $10 12 lines, $12 15
lines, n, etc., per year.
Single copies of paper, 10 cents.
Advertisements, of a personal nature, will be
charged at the rate ot two dollars per square, and
payment required invaruuiy in auvaucu.
Of all descriptions executed in a neat and work
maulike manner, o.. reasonable terms, exclusive!
BLANKS kept constantly on hand.
t3T Offics in the old "Imn" building
WM. (j. BROWN,
Dealer in all kinds of Staple
Opposite the Steamboat Landing,
WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO.
Has now on band a large stock of Groceries,
ALSO FRl'ITS, NUTS, CANDIES,
and in fact every article generally found In a
Urocerv and Hi aware House. 1 nave a siock
of l.ia ora 4iat cannot be surpassed in this
market, all ot which I pledge myself to sell
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Tbe highest market price paid
(or all kinds of Produce.
Feeling thankful for former patronage I solicit
a continuance vi name.
WM. G. BROWN
August 3, 18G5,
HATS -A. INTO CA.3PiE3
BOOTS AND SHOES,
THE SEW YORK .MARKET,
which we propose to sell
At prices warranted to suit purchase
J We will also constantly be receiving Goods
from New York of the very
LATEST STYLES &. PATTERNS,
TO St IT ALL PARTIES.
Wo have also on hand now, and will sell at very
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF ffRY
GOODS, XOTIOS, STATIOX
ERY, COOKS, &.C., &C.
fro Trouble to Show Goods.
Remember the place i G. CREWS' OLD
PALMER & CO.
Glasgow , Mo., August 1?, 1965 3ms.
Cash in Hank and in Olfice
United States Securities
New York County and Tennes
Loans on Bond and Mortgage
Loans on Stocks and Bonds,
payable on demand
All other Securities
Losses incurred and in process
Statement of the condition of the
SIRE ISSL'IUXCE COMPJXY, of tlie City
of Xciv York, on the 2nd day of January, 1085,
in conformity wilh the lata of the State of Hu-louri.
JOHN PHENIX'S NEW COMIC BOCK
THE SQtjlDOU PAPERS.
A new and intensely comic hook, by the late
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