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"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANQEROUS WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jbiteiuos.
GLASGOW, MISSOURI, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865.
JKO. 1ARRIS0.1 TDM. I. BUICB. RlCll'D IARICK80.1.
BIRCH, EAMCKSON & CO.,
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buy and tell Exchange, receive depos
its, deal in Securities, loan money add
llrt collections at (11 accessible poind.
Until our Bniiking-House la finished, our
office will be in the building occupied by the
June 22, 1865, 6m.
II. B. Graham.& Bro.,
82 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Every kind of
p a p e n
. en haml. and for sale at M ILL PRICF.&. ffreiirht
added. Cash for BAGS. june 15, 4jin
D. H. WITT
E. M. SLOAN. J. A. THATCHER.
Frankfort, Saliuc Comity, iHo.,
REPAIRS every description of Machine, Agri
cultural Implements, &c, at short notice anil
in a workmanlike manner. A M of Singer's Ser
ine Machine on hand) which will b disposed of
at low rates.
Frankfort, Mo., July 13, 1863 3m.
WHITE, BILLISGSLEY & CO.
NolOG N. Second St.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
July 27lh, 1863 ly
BOON, BOSTWICK & CO.
T It ; t i .1 1 41. - i Tl-t-tT
l BOSTWICK & CO.. either by note or sriUS JohniwyMiseperauly in all future Ins.
count, are notified to come forward immedia'tly j (ory as fit 'Vymbent of a chair that has
THE 6PEECH OF PRESIDENT JOHN
SON. Tim noble utteranoe of the President
complete tlie chain (lint will bind Lincoln
and pay up, as longer Indulgence cannot begifrt'.
j AMts r i iirATKitu, Agent. -June
15, '65 lmi$0. -..j,. . :'
AGENT FOR THE COLLECTION
Claims against the State
Glasgow, June la, 1S65. tf
WITT. SLOAN & CO,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, HEMP, COTTON AND
TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec
ond Street, (between Vine st. and Washington av
enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention
given to Forwarding Goods and Filling Orders
for all kinds of Merchandise ) also to sale of cot
ton, Tobacco, Hemp, Hacon, &c.
tjgg" Manufactured Tobacco always on hand,
tit. Louis, June 22, 1865 lyr
i-l UJ iJlJJ Li
At the ro-t-Oflicc,
riHE uni'crsigncd would resnectfallv announce
J to his friends and the public in general, that
he has returned, with a new and well selected
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &C,
of the latest styles ; selected with great care from
the largest stocks of Philadelphia and New York
Watches ftomllie most Celebra
ted Nakei's of Kurojio. . Celebrated
T BAIER resnectfullv announces to the ABlhim-AW l.fc V tK W A 1 Ltt hb ol tlie linest
JT. public that he is still engaged at his old ! man" fact in e, warrant, d necurate lime I copers.
business, and is determined to devote his entire CI.OLK.S Ol- ALL 1 A 1 1 LUNS, and a general
time to satisfy the increasing demands of his pa'
I now have on hand, ready finished up to or
EXCELLENT STOCK OF MARBLE.
suitable for Monuments and Grave Stones, which
I will work up on
Very Reasonable Terms
I have many new, beautiful and original de
signs for ornamentinggrave stones, which, togeth
er with my stock of Marble, all are invited to
call and examine, and I feel confident I shall be
able to give entire satisfaction, in style, workman
ship, and terms.
Glasgow, June 15, 1865 ly.
GABBETT W. MOREHEAD.
JOHN C. WOODS.
MOKEHEAD & WOODS
HAVE now on hand, as
LARGE A STOCK OF
Fancy and Staple
BOOTS AND SHOES
as can be found In
Howard or Saline Counties! t
We expect always to keep a complete stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
which can't be beat, and prices put down to the
lowest ngures 1 1
We make special efforts to excel in the
and flatter ourselves that we have accomplished n
signal success in tins department. Weleel com
petent to do that very thing.
We have a superior selection of
And are constantly receiving at all seasons of
(be year fresh supplies of merchandise, so as to
;p fully up to the ueimnds of the market. All
at our country friends need we can supply ai
wich reasonable rates as will convince them tt is
to their interest to trade with us.
MOREHEAD fc vVOODS.
Glasgow, JulyO, 1865.
assortment of goods, such us may be found in the
best establishments of St. Louis.
Watches ond Jewelry ot the linest kind made
SILVER WARE MADE OF PURE COIN.
IPS" No Goods misrepresented. Having been
a Watchmaker for some years, I flatter myself as
a competent hand to do all kinds of work in the
very best manner, and on (he most reasonable
C UTLERY of the best Strands, Pen
Knives, Scissors, ISazors, &c.,of Rog
ers' and Wosteiiholm's make.
Old Gold and Silver bought and taken in ex
change. JOII.V ClIAMISEltEAI.V
Glasgow, June 2'J, ISOa.
DRUG & BOOK STORE,
rTIHE subscriber would respectfully inform his
X friends and the public generally that he has
purchased the Drug Store of his brother, I. C.
Digues, ana lias now oil liana, anu intends Keep-
A General Assortment
BEST DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Faints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, and
which he offers to the public on
The Most Accommodating Terms.
Those wishing to purchase will do well to give
me a call before purchasing.
AVM. G. BROWN,
Dealer in all kinds of Staple
Opposite the Sleamhoat Landing,
WATER STREET, GLASGOW, 3IO.
Has now on band a large stock of Groceries,
AESO FRUITS, NUTS, CAXOIES,
and in fact every article generally found in a
Giocerv and Hardware House. 1 have a stock
of I-iii itols that cannot be surpassed in this
maikut, all of which I pledge myself to sell
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
The highest market price paid
for all kinds of Produce.
Feeling thankful for former patronage I solicit
a continuance of same.
WM. G. BROWN.
August 3, 1S65. '
been e jora1 TCwhy AVashineton himself. It
mTprtivter wluchvjlhe irfure may de
vclopUtq. . We tlionfiilently hope for the
best it matters not even if the South
should iiufst upon her own destruction, or
the North be fatally torn by faction the
faut can never be- erased from tlie tablets
o! history that Lincoln and Johnson, who
were forced into th highest responsibility
hat human liberty lias ever devolved on
frail mortality, have bo discharged tneir
solemn (rust as td put aside every guide
but that which speaks from the example
and teaoliings of thoss sainted men who
launched our government on its grand voy
age. It' the Republic shall be doomed to
fall nmid the confusion of factions, their
calm light will !iine nbove the melancholy
ruins so proudly and serenely, and with
such a lustre, to guide the future
HcADQUARTEns State or Missoum,
Paymaster General's Office,
Jr.FFERSon City, Mo , Sept. IS, 1.SU5.
Circular No. 11. J
All claims for services rendered in the
E. M. J.I. will be paid at these heachjimr
ters. '- -
Fayrolls must be signed by (lie men who
have rendered service themselves and wit
nessed by their commanding officer, or some
other commissioned officer of the regiment.
Alter the rolls ore properly signed and
wilneised, the company commander must
notify this department, and companies eo
signed will be registered and the command
ing officer notified by return mail when
payment will be made. None but respon
sible officers will be allowed to represent
their respective companies.
No speculating rx mihiia officer will be
allowed to collect lor claiinunts. This de
partment is in possession of information that
certain parties have been ilcfrauding their
former commands in collecting for them.
A Member of the Ear Indicted.
The Grand Jury of St. Louis county on
the 20th inst., returned into the Criminal
Court an indictment against Samuel T.
Glover, Esq., for practising n on attorney
end counsellor at law without first tailing
the onth of loyalty prescribed ly the new
Constitution ot the State. The indictment
is preferred on tlie information of Mr.
Glover himself, and at his request, and that
of other leading members of the bar, for
the purpose of tesling the validity of the
section which prohibits otlLrr.r; s frrm
practicing unless they first subset ibe (o
The case will be disposed of in the
Criminal Court nt an curly day, ond pro
bably without trial. In lieu of it, the matter
will come up on a demurrer, and if over
ruled by the Court he will plead guiily, and
judgment will l e entered against him from
which he will appeal. The Supremo
Court can decide upon it nt the October
term, and if the decision be adverse to the
defendant a further appeal will be taken to
tlie Supreme Court of the United States.
ages tn i vviinie snips in ine iorui raciiio oc
ll. In.!,. lit W i; .1 11 1 -J -w..... u, ulo , July, Du uoimeu mil
i .. . . I mifrtrmj icit ue man e to iimm.
reached, as to convince all posterity that not
through them il was that the sun of our
freedom darkledin the blackness of anarchy.
Modest, firm, imnmon-sense, nobly am
bitious and unselfish Americans-, Lincoln
and Johnson seem to have been raised as
prophets by the' Divine Hand, that th
The New JJedford Mercury says they
have positive intelligence that the British
Pirate Shenandoah had burned twenty five
whale ships in (he North Pacific ocean up
il,. OClil. f T..I.. .. .. .1 t. .. !. 1 c-
A certified . teen of the burned and three of the bonded
might stand ninong the people, even
WILLIAM B. TALLY,
CA.t tlxo old Strixacl,)
has now for sale on commission, all kinds of
t. o-.l-i I. ht-ii n rti,:,.
sucil us ueuMt'uus, ij ill il esses, uuiean-, v-uun-'i
etc., etc., including all kinds of furniture used
for family purposes.
list of payments will be forwarded on pay
ment of each company, so (hat each man
will readily see the amount due him. No
changes can be made nn pa'.d rolls. Cor
respondence on this point will be returned.
This department intends closing the
; j unpaid rnlls as soon as possible. Fund
i nre lii'iriT i,reiir.reil as raiiidlv m hilmr will
these cyil and jiriing times, as men to be 1 , , 'Ui, - , , , i. c i
. .if, j admit. Claimants ur.d holders of claims
airecl.ona.ely claimed throughout all time as awaU ... .e Um(j ?ct t foJ.
Fathers of the Republic; as those who did , thf.m. Ko claim will be paid on unpaid
not abuse iiuwer 10 the "thick of temnta-i n ,., r. .1 rr u
' "",i,,a rolls until arter the company ofiictrs have
Hon; a, men exalted by their very humility , nlei t,)e a, (o ,,)e cocct.
and conscientiousness to the proudest height neM f,f lhe r, ,,, a imo 6erveJ
that generous ambitipn can attain. But we N con,missioned officer can draw his
-t P. t. : T it it. .u. . .. i : 11 :
"wu win I ,n ftftcr hjs C3lnrnaniJ is r;lii,
.1 1:1.. ,1 1. ,1.. 1. o J '
uuilic uuu Bpccuiiy, liiruiiu uiu iriuinpii 01
Bujtioi. ' Weirnnot doubt this. Faction
belor.ging to Hint port. The persistance of
VVaddell in this foul work, alter the news
of the surrender of Gen. Lee reached him,
creates the apprehension that he has carried
out his threat to destroy the entire whaling
The loss of this fleet to New Bedford
and another whaling ports is immense, so
great that it cannot be repaired fur many
years to come. The people there are de
pressed but not dispirited.
The Alabama State Convention.
MoNToojiKRY, September 14. The new
ly elected State Convention of Alabama met
here to-day, and there were about ninety
members present. Ex-Governor Filzpat
rick was chosen president by acclamation.
I'hc delegates comprise many of the ablest
Wooden und Metallic cotiius of all kinds, fur
nished to order.
All articles finished in good style, and sold at
reasonable rates, for cash.
Glasgow, July lith, 18b5.
tucm'ST premium With Coj II hah.
must Site iUqfii'iJ patriotism be des
tineitifw '-J'Jtt'J rpVice of all our perils
shufTTI j'VSp'U'rriiil specoh of the
PriJiL; W !' '..ie heart of the whole
Dation7 a(''ir.;Ue of a loved and revered
parent falls upon erring but manly children,
whose pride, whose sentiments, whose in-
bound up in the des'iny of the sacred ark
of home, wherein are gathered all their
most cherished memories, and whose inviting
shelter invokes the prodigals to enter in
and bo in safety and at peace,
Il is the sentiment of President Johnson's
speech that will melt the hearts of all true
LTnion men into one as no force, as no logic,
as no complicated scheme of legislation can
do. This address breathes from the heart
precisely as did the simple appeal of Liu
coin, made on the close of the war, that a
'Yankee" ban I of music would gra'iTy
him by playing what he called the "cap
lured"air of ' Dixie." It is American love,
an American sentiment, that the nation
Tito requirements of this circular will be ! iiiid best men of the State. It is supposed
strictly adhered to all interested will note ; that the action or the body will pretty close-
iy louow inai 01 uie .Mississippi v..unvcn-
Acting Paymaster Gen. of Missouri.
Important from Ireland The Ball Open
ed between the Fenians and the Government-Four
Trivate advices received in New York
through special private channels from Dub
lin, bring the news that on the 5'h instant
the British Lord Lieutenant in Dublin had
'proclaimed" four Fenian counties, Tippera
ry, Limerick, Cork and Kerry. These are
the counties where it is understood the
tion. Governor Parsons believes and hopes
that resolutions permitting negro testimony
in (he courts will be passed. In any event
the doings of the convention will be of a
decidedly conservative tone. All the mem
bers present have taken tlie prescribed oath
i i. ..ii..
Ul IV'J til
Ciiu Aco, Sept. 20.
Last night, while the play was progress
ing before a crowded house, at Wood's
Theatre, on exciting scene occurred. One
of the actors, George B. Beach, was shot,
while in the green room, by his wile, Au
gusta II. Beach, the ball entering his neck.
He was removed (0 his house and surgical
aid summoned. The ball could not be ex-
Fenians are most powerful some
fifly I traded, but the spinal column not beinp
thousand of them, it is asserted, heir" sworn touched the victim may survive. Mrs
"soldiers of the Irish republic" in one i Beach immediately gave Herself into custo
The intelligence seems to be of the most
vital moment IVr the Fenians, as "proclaim
ing" a county under the Parliament statutes
amounts to a species of martial law. Under
lhe '-Arms net," '-Peace Preservation act"
and others, the Lord Lieutenant has power,
Rooks, Stationery and Fancy Ar
PHYSICIANS may rely on having their pre
scriptions carefully compounded and put up ac
curately, and with despatch, at all hours, day and
F. W. II. DIGGES.
Glasgow, June 22, 1865.
in grave contingencies, to proclaim a district
tho panacea that is to repair, as by or even the wholo oHhe country, and the
I .1 r il , iciui iM uiu uruuiatii.itiou may ua souil us
Illl.t.S ICr.DB. 1 USl. magic, li e ravaus 111 iiib rj,i. uuu iiiuic . ,, - i r
n--5 . a. . h ., to empower the seizure ol arms, search of
Large Size, $10; Medium, ,oO. than all, and dearer than all, it is this, .md J1)remi,cs nn;1 even l!ie arrest (lf b)1 R1p.
THE REST IS Till' C'IIE4Fl'Sr. ,u's mV' "1,lt c"" nalH' down free and great j posed leaders or members of obnoxious
m tt in 1 ru, .1 I nd united America to future ages. Want-1 orders. It may also forbid persons bJng
The Universal Cog W heel Clothes . t nft certaill , at an s
W rinffCr !,., , ' , , , , I effect, institute martial law and the rule ol
r , . 11 .1 ; like clay witl.out a soul, on y a " much ; .1 r , ,1 ,- .
Was pronounced superior to all others at I, . , ,. , I curlew 10 n.i pracno.11 purposes.
THE WOliLD'S FAIR IS LONDON. 'territory under the partial rule ol urutei If, Hs the Government partisans claim,
it. 1PG2 j received lhe Mronze Medal, (highest force, and liable on every instant to mis-i knowledge of ull their leaders and secrets is
premium,) at the great Fair of " chiefs from lurking treason, open revolt, and ; 1,ai1 " llle castle, the Fenian Order may
TUB AMERICAN INSTITUTE, ... ;, . Mn now be thornugMy .teoapitaied,
dy and exulted over the deed. Beach had
a divorce suit pending in court against his
wifi. She insisted he should withdraw it,
threatening to kill him if ho did not.
111 Ne.v York City, in 1303. It has also received
the F1HT FKEMlUMs'at the following Slate persuaded to be ruled by tho silken cord,
THIS school will bo resumed (he
Hth of September,
consists of two terms 1 the first ex
Sires the 9th of February, and the other the last of
une. 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.
Soard and Tuition for 5 months, (payable
in advance,) f 100 00
Music Lessons, Piano or Guitar, 20 00
Day pupils $10, $13, $16 and $20, according to
PAY for service in nil kinds of Missouri Mili
tia is now being collected by STEELE &
It LA lit. of Macon. Persons who have served in
any company or regiment can send in by letter
tlieir run names, 1 lie leuer or ineir company, me
New York, 1862-lfio3
lSiil 1R6 ( so tenderly sugj;st?d by tho Chief Magis-
l03-istil Irate, nuu to accept tho war nnd its conse.
The session mber of tlieir regiment, their post ollice address, , pronounce il an indispensable part of the machin
and at the principal County and- Institute Fairs
uiiougnoui uie lanu.
" My family would as soon give up the cooking-stove
as lliis Cloth i s Wuinghr. It cannot
be too highly recommended." Solon Robinson.
'After a constant use of the Universal
Clothes Whinger for more than four years in
my family, I am authorized by the 'powers that
be,' to give It Uie most unqiialiheil pruise, anu 10
CoT'iii'ver V. F. 18.14 J"e"CC' 001 P'!l,' "'h1 ,clf"h
Chamnlain Yaliev. ISM but as a puiifioalion mercifully vouchsafed
and we will collect tlieir pay at a moderate charge.
We will prosecute claim of any kind against
the Slate or United Stalls. Address by loiter,
STEELE & BLAIR,
July 16, 1SG5 3m. Macon, Mo.
ST. LOUIS TYPE FOUNDRY CO.
Ko. 0, l'irio St..
TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
Tlf ANUFACTURE nnd furnish Machine and
XX Hand Fruiting presses, Meiai anu woon
For full particulars anplv for catalogue.
tiared to teach the higher branches of an Englisn , J'yPe Jlorders, Rules, Cases, Chase, fcticks, Gal
education, and the other to teach music. No np-: lV. and '" fact everything that is necessaiy 111 a
plication Will be regarded unless the one who makes , complete Pruning Otlieo.
it la avnlioii in ot Lit inn- nirp. PYnnrifllfP. II Hill ifien.! Printing paper, all sizes, of good quality. Col-
n u.i,Ur uhnt ssiUrv exneeted. &c. . ored and la
Address. FRENCH 8
Aug. 10th, .1805. Glasgow, Mo.
lary expected, &c. , red "d Manilla paper, also. Note, Letter, Cap,
B'IROTHER, I Flat Cap, Commercial, Packet, and Folio Post
Cards and Card Boards, white and colored, all
qualities. Pi lilting Inks, Hand Stamps, Seals nnd
Seal Presses, fee, all of which will be sold at low
prices for cash.
Proprietors of Newspapers publishing this ad
vertisement, INCLUDING THIS NOTE, to ainOljllt of
ILL cive his attention to collecting NOTES Ten Dollars, and sending us a copy of tlieir pa
and ACCOUNTS. Will also advance per at its first insertion and ou at the time of its
tnnnev on the same if desired. I discontinuance, will be allowed tliuir bills when
Inward t'ouiifv Honda Wanted. ! ""V Pu,'cl"s' fivl "me amount In type or
HOWaia louuiy lianui luieu, piaterial of our own manufacture.
a V. nil Msi.l I ... . . ... . .
lor wuicu mo 111110.1 jii.v. nn, ... j Will furnish Electrotype copies ol the adver
fry Moev to Loam at Fa in Rates. tisement to parties that send for them.
CIs60Wi Smo 2? l6i tt 1 July SO, 1665.
erv for housekeeping." Rev. H. W. Iieechcr.
" ims is Uie tirst Wringer I nave round mat
would stand the service required of it. J. P.
Muggins, l.ovejoy's ttoiel.
in tne i,aumlry or my nouse mere is a perpei-
ual thanksgiving on Mondays for the luventiou of
your excellent Wringer." Rev. Theodore L.
" We think too Machine mucn more man pays
for itself every year in the saving of garments.
We think it important the Y linger saouiu ue lil
ted with COUGS.-fO. Judd.
'I hearlilv commend it to economists of time,
money und contentment." Rev. Dr. Rellows.
" It Bares labor, expedites work, makes tne
laundress good-natured, does not tear oil' buttons
ami is nidispeiisiule in a well regulaleu raiuiiy.
R. S. Storrs, jr., D. O.
" fcvery week has given 11 a stronger nom
upon the aflections of the inmates of the laundry.
Every member of the household is in admiration
of it." N. Y. Observer.
(y On receipt of price from any part of the
couiury where we have no canvassers, we send
the Wringer free of freight charges.
A good canvasser wanted in every township.
bend for Illustrated Price Circular.
R. C. BROWNING.
No. 347. Broadway, N. Y.
Sept. 7, 1805.
i-wnnnyy ; orJur ,hut . mav
become n more Christian and stronger
people than ever before if we can be
persuaded thus to receive the lessons of '
our chastisement, then our humble hearts
will assemble around the holy altar of a
common country, nnd on that shrine we will
make such sacrifices as shall regenerate
our souls, ns will renew in us the patriot
ism that (flowed in their hearts whose for
bearanco and compromises constructed this
nation. And under such nn influence the
now hateful memories and symbols ofcivi'
strife will only bo so many props nf streng'h
to that patriotism which we shall Irau-init
to our children and our children's children.
The reverse ul this picture we have not
the heart to sketch.
that i.f the "United Irishmen" in OS.
in ease of tlieir feeling powerful enrm
commence operations, arrests would be re
sisted, ond the long la ked of revolutionary
fires be actually set Mazing through the
island before October dawns upon the
The Fenians, however, claim that this
contingi'iipy was taken into their enlcula-'
lions ab initio, that I hey have no papers,'
like the W men, to bo seized; that the I
irethrcn in Ireland for the p:vt six months.
have been actinlly finding fault with the
Iri.-li American orJer lor not making better
haste in forwarding the st'pulated supplies,
and that the Irih l.ute nnd American de
liberation have for some" time been fusing
and effecting mutual modification, all of
which, they say, finds Ireland, even to day,
if driven, perfectly prepared "to strike the
We learn that Mr. Casweii Maxwell, of
this county, lost about filty head of sheep,
on Saturday night last. They were in a
pasture belonging to Mr. John R. White,
and the heavy rains that fell during that
night, raised Salt Creek so high that the
pasture was overflowed, und fifty out of
eighty head of the sheep were drowned.
nine of them were found in one pile, the
remainder being carried away, and lodged
in drills all alo:ig lhe creek. "Advertiser.
Steiner, sentenced to ba hung ot Hoon
ville on the 20th of next month, on Friday
night, 8th inst., managed to make a fire of
combustible material in the jail, it is sup-
I posed with tne intent ot sulicealii.g l.imseir,
, 1 ....
! or by some means make his escape in the
confusion incident to a fire. Another pns
oner in the j iil gave the arm, and llie fire
was put out wi hout having done material
The Holt County Sentinel says Mr.
rla!:chaid, who lives a little east ol town,
had this season a curiosity in the form of
fruit. He had two bunches cf hazelnuts
grcv. ing upon a wild grnpo vine. Tho
vine had grapes upon it. He has sent Lis
hazelnut grapes to the Farmer's Club i.f
CHINA, Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Setts, of
ull Styles and Prices, warranted to suit, can
be furnished at i'almir s, ici
Glasgow, Sept. 21, 1865,
Gen. Frf mont, Col. Zagonyi and other
gentlemen, have taken out a patent for
expelling sap that produces rot in wood,
and inserting sulphate of iron and other
sub-lnnccs that render it incorruptible. If
lhe discovery is what Ihcy believe it, it will
be a fortune to the owners of the patent.
The wood can be prepared very cheaply,
and will be used lor railroad tics, wharves
ship timber, and various other purposes.
Fur the privilege of selling books ond
newspapers on the Hudson River R ailroad,
it is said that na K-ss than $5000 0 year U
paid. For the same 'privilege on the
Central Railroad, the tax is $5000 per year.
This seems large sum, and yet it is laid
that a large income is derived from the op
erations. On the Hudson River road the
sales average $100 to eaoh through train.
On the Central the average is $150 per
train. The books and papers are not sold
by the owners of the right, but by boys
employed by them. The boy receive fif
teen per cent, on all sales, and make large
GE5E2AL PRICE'S FAMILY.
Mrs. Sterling Price, her daughter, Miss
Mella Price, and two sons, Celsus nnl I
Qiiiutus, arrived in this city on Friday
evening, direct from Washington, Texas,
nnil irn ct.mtiino III till fllil'P Si TPPt Tfo'pl.
Mrs. Price and Inmily nra nccompained by 1 A Valuable Receipt. The Scientific
her eldest son. General Edwin W. Price, 1 American says: "The unpleasant odor pro
who left Brooklyn N. Y., about two months duced by perspiration is frequently a source
since and went ta Texas after lhe family. 1 "f vexation to persons who are subject to it.
It is not certainly determined upon whether , Nothing is simpler than to remove this
Mrs. Price and the younger members of, odor much more effectually than by Ilia
lhe family will remain in Missouri, or ac- application of such ongucnts and perfumes
company her son Edwin to Brooklyn, where as are in use. It is only necessary to pro
he has resided during the past year. At cure some of the compound spirits of in
present Mrs. P. is not aware of the exact , monin and place about two table spoonfuls
whereabouts of General Sterling Price anil in basin of water. Washing the face,
their third son, who accompanied his father litrml and orms with this leaves the akm
into Mexico, after the breaking up of the ! e clean, sweet and fresh as one could wish.
Cofederate forces under General E. Kirby , The wash is perlectly harmless and very
Smith. When last heard from, they were cheap. It is recommended on the authority
in lhe city of Mexico.-fMo. Democrat. of an experienced physician.