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GLASGOA7, MISSOTJIII, ' NOVJilMBER SO, 1SG5.
j.io. lunnrsoj -riioi.B. Binen.
v BIRCIT, EARICKSON1 & CO.,
' Glasgow, Mo.
TTTTILL bny and sell Exchange, receive depos
. VV 'Its; 'ileal" In Securities, loon money ami
make collections at all accessible points.
Jfjp" Until our Br-nking-House is finished, our
'qncWill be in the building occupied by. the
Western Bank. ... . .-
June 22, 1865, 4m. - ' v
, to. Ml Witt. n. m. sr.eAtr. ' thatcheb.
. . WITTj SLOAN & CO,,
PRODUCE' AND COMMISSION
MEHCIIAIVTS.HEMP, COTTON AND
. TOBACCO FACTORS, No. Ill N. Sec
ond 8treet, (betweenVine st. and Washington nv
. enue,) ST. LOUIS. Prompt personal attention
' tven to Forwarding Goods and Filling Orders
' for all'kinds of Merchandise ; alto to sale of cot
ton, Tdbacco, Hemp, Bacon, &.c.
(fr'iMariHficliired Tobacco lway9 on hand.
' StT Louis, June 22, 1865 lyr
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ITU 1 1 I j-T I n T I I t 1
Arrival mid ncpai'inre of iWuils.
ROUTE 10,48!), KROM AM.F.ft TO Ol.ASOOW.
Arrive eveiy dav, except Sunday, 7 p. m.
Depart " "' . " ' 8 a. jm.
FOUTE lOj-102, COI.IMUIA TO GLASGOW.
Arrive every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
9 p. m.
Depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
0 A. M.
routs 10,192, or.Asocw to mtami.
Arrive every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday,
3 r. H.
Depart every Tuescinv, Thursday and Saturday,
5.m. - 1. W. D1GGES, P. M.
CIIAMBmAlN'S ' X
BAIER respectfully announces to tln
ST O KE,
At tlie ro-l-Gfiitc,
fTWIE undersigned would re.-pcctfiilly announce
jl iu ins menus aim me piroue in general, ll:at
lie has returned. Willi a new and well selected
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &C.,
of the latest styles ! selected w'th great care from
the largest stocks of Philadelphia m;d New York
Wntrliea from Use niost tt'K In fi
led Makers ttt liurnpc. Celebrated
AMfciilUAA l.liVLK WATCHES of the finest
NOTICE is hereby given Hint all personi fail
in; to ritnkc a icl'iun of heir taxable property
to (he undersigned Assessor of Howard county,
on or before tins day upon which his book is re
turned to the County Court, (about the 1st of
December.) will be assessed as far as Van be
found, double, with ten per cent added thereto,
and their names reported to said Court for tins.
Ollico at Court House.
V. CON'. r.OON,
Assessor of Howard cjuntv.
Nov. 9, ISC5 3w.
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
KEEPS con fantly on hand all kinds of
Diujis, ftt.-dieincs-, Paints, Oils, Dye W
Studs, Puletit M"dicincj, Toilet and Fancy
Articles. &c. &e.. n malty kett in first da
country Drug Stores, which he will sell en H' nil
'ernis to liis customers, (jive me a call. Store
room on Fir.-t Street, Glasgow, Mo., at tin) old
stand of II, I,. White.
June 15, IsijfL ly
AGENT FOR THE COLLECTION
Clauns e.gahist the State
Froiatlit! Grass Vullry (Cal ) National.
LETTER FROM SAN FHA2JCI3CO.
8as Frascisoo, Oct. 10, ISGj.
Editor lSTiTio.NAt : A very solemn and
impressive seene cocuTed here on the Otli
a scene yliicli will not soon bo forgotten.
At linlf'-p.-ial twelve oVock Ilia severest
ciirtliiuuke occniYed which was ever felt
hidUe oily.' I wai in the Minna Street M.
E. Church, -.South, when tlie vhock came.
Tho vtn-fol Father Fisher haj just lin-
Proslam&t'on by Governor Fletcher.
. public that he is still engaged at his old I mnnufjr.tme, waivauted accurate 'liuic keepers,
business, and is 'determined to devote his entire
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 upon
"'Very Reasonable Terms
l:" I have1 mahjFnew, beautiful and original dp
sigris for brnamentinggrave stones, which, toeeth-
'"r wirhmy stock of Marble, all ore invited to
'call and examine, and I feel confident I shall he
able to give entire satisfaction, instyle, workman
ship, ami terms.-- i -J
-! ic-t - P. BAIER.
ist Glasgow, June 15, 1865 ly.
Glasgow, June 15, 1S05,
CLOCKS OF A f.L PATTERNS, and a cuieral
assortment of gooils, sucli as may be found in the , a ",t K
host estaldiiiunentsof St. l.ouis. wl cxi
Watches tnd Jewelry of tho finest kind made
SILVER WARE MADE OF PUUE COIN.
QT No Goods misrepie.sentrd. Having been
a Watchmaker for some years, I iLiller niysvlf as
a competent hand to do all kinds of work iu the
very best luuiucr, and on the most reasonable
AYM. Ci. BltOAVAr,
Doalc-r in all Irincl.-? of Stailo
Opposite the Steamboat Landing,
C I'TI.EEcY of the besr Rraiuls, I'vn
linive,Scis.s(ii s,li;zoi s. &,c. of ltoi-
ers' and Wostenholm's make.
Old Gold and Silver bought ami. taken in ex
change. JOSS.V CliASiJSilUSlIX.
Glasgow, June 29) 186a..
' OAKRCTT W. MOIEHSAD.
JOHN C. WOODS.
MOREHEAD & WOODS,
HAVE now on hand, as '
' " LARGER STOCK OF
IParicy and Staple
: : : DRY GOODS,
' . "BOOTS AND SHOES
as can be found in
f -1 " . - "
Howard or Saline Counties!!
We expect always to keep a complete stock or
Beady Made Clothing;,
which can't be bent and prices put down to the
lowest figures 11
. . We make special efforts to excel in the
: Vi . '; -'. .. ;.
-, .J.ADIES' DEPARTMENT,
: ffid flatter ourselves that we have accomplished a
' signal success n this department. AVc feel coin
petent to do that very thing.
t We have ii superior selection of .
j "T?inp Grooeries,
;And are constantly receiving at all seasons of
THE WAY TO SAVE M3KEY
BUY YOUH GOODS
HARVEY & THORPE,
(On First Street, two doors above
the Tost Office, at Thipps' old
rrHE subscribers take pleasure in informing
J. the citizens of Howard and surrounding
comities that they have now on hand u
All Descriptions of merchandise,
and flatter themselves that they can meet all de
mands their friends may make upou them both as
to the quality of their goods and
CHEAPNESS OF PHICS,
as will effectually defy competition, and insure
full satisfaction to their cuiloi'ie.-s. Give us a
R'ATESJ STREET, GLASGOW, O.
Has cow on hand a large stock of Groceries.
ALSO rROTS, Kt'TS, CAX3!F.S,
and in fact every article generally found in a
Grocery and Hardware House. 1 have a stock
of Liquors that cannot be surpassed in this
markotj all of which I pledge myself to sell
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Tlie highest market price riUl
for all kinds cf Produce.
Feeling thankful for former patronage I solicit
a continuance of same
vy.m. g. mows.
August 3, ISO j.
THE undersigned have their Grist iVii! iu li e
best of order. Are prepared to griad for
public on Tuesdays and Saturdays cf e icii week.
Flour and meal kept constantly on hand to ex
change tor Wheat and corn. 'I he very best article
of Flour iu the country, kept for sale.
Wanted to purchase, Wheat, Corn and Cold
Wood. ENGLISH ic CO.
June 13, 1R65. tf
The coming moti'Ji will cloo a year
inrmorublo in the onnals of our country
and fuil of noli blessing', for which we
s!i( uUl appropriately acknowledge our in
debtedness to the Providence of God.
The nation has triumphed in a strupgle
for its ei-s!siice. The opnrcsscd have been
1 i;i. ...... nri.- i,..n i r
.ii iiuiii. x ilia ii.uioweu not lien Ui
- . ..
iVcc.ioa! &!:d no'.v-
crl'ul sermon, and Ihe imineuse congrfa
gallon seemed wrought up tu the highest"
pilch. Tho most pru'onnd relisious feeling
pervaded the entire multitude, when nil at
once, a loud noi:o was heard in the gallery,
which brought t!io nudicneo to their feel.
Iu a moment more, a second shock enme,
m':ch heavier than the first, Tlie Luil linj
heaved, like a ship in a storm, the timbers
creaked as though they wero being disloca
ted one from another, and it seemed lhat rill
creation was quivering, as if touched by the
ht:g.:r of Omnipotence. It appeared that
tlie btii! !': wou'd be demolished, but for
tunately f. was nut injured. A brae portion
of tlici ci licnce rushed to the door, but the
o:ei!'.iii.- .s ceased in a moment, and their
fears w.r.j soar, quieted. Many of the
ladies w re greatly frightensd, but in the
ru:li to l o door, n.) one was luirt. The
audience heir. quietly reseated, the services
wert: r '-med. when the? iWirs ibn rl-.ni-r-ti liiCin s
were i:.- -d. One tUrnj struck ir.9 very : ot 8
forcibly , the preacher iinJ pooplo ell sccia-! ""s'niza ac
c'i0;r ' Uju, and rentier tliaiilts end pruise, let
Evils of Goss p
I have known a country society which
withered away all to no'.hinj under the dry
rot of gossip only. Friendships once as
firm as graliito dissolved to jelly, and then
run away to water, only because ol ihisi
love that promised a future as enduring as
heaven, and as slnble ns truth, evap
orated into a morning mist that turned to a
days lotij tears, only because cf this; afather
and son wero set foot to toot with the fiery
peace he- , s.icce.Hlcd the horrors of civil l nrea'" 01 " KoM'1 , rver cuo1
war, and while we moJrn over our dead tween th. m, only beouuse or this and a
heroes, tho living ones are relume 1 to us. j1"""'! nl yn2 cn "training
Abundant harvests have crowned t!,e nt lifted leash, whij.i in lha Ln;;inti: S
husbandman's labors; the privileges of ed-! l,ccn 11,8 CoK!e" endage of n God
ucation and the beni2n inilu r.ces of Chris-! b,e,set, l jV0' 9tit lnournruI,' t,je Me ot
tiatiily luve been continued; we have bceu ! ,he Rrave wllere a" ,heir love nnd lay
exempt from nurial plsgios; pros-ierity
h?.s blessed Ihe marts of commerce; wu arc
at peace with all tho world, and tho future
ii as rcplct-3 with premise us the present
Desiring to p?rpetuato Ihe good customs
of our fathers, I hereby desi:ialo
THURSDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY
OE DECEMBER. PROXIMO,
buried, aiid only because of this, I havo
seen faith transformed to mean djubt, hope
give placo to grim despair, and chtirily take
on itself the features of black malevolence,
all because of the spill words of scandal,
and the magic intittcrins of gossip. Great
crimes work great wrongs, and the deeper
tragedies of human life spring from its
larger pas-ions, but woeful and most mel
ancholy are the uncatalog'ted tragedies that
to be observed in the State of Missouri, as
a ilav of miMio thanks:-!,-:..-, end ,,t,iliiM lrom KUSli,P
i.-..-. r .t' . i i mournful the shipwreck often made, of
nr.! c. . I reno mm, ; it I r.t Hin iie-r, '
J , 1 1 l 1' I ,1. 1 U
1 t' 1 1 t ) - .. i . inn res aim luveiy iivcs uy me uiuer w i u"
Abniiuii for t!io a.iv !:ic;r usu:il ovoci.liui.p. J 3
t 1 -1 1 1. i 1 . 1 . C I
tir.ge in sTicu rti: 'i-hh .j!caimUc8 ns to
seem i-xj:ressivo of t!.e feulitigs
soy, yet o liartl to di-prove throwing cm
tlio inoccn, am! jiui.isliing them a3 guilty
:r i i.. i .1... :
tclui ite;:vt; mij while we tluis re- j 3 J
1.11 ,i i ,. u m Miuncu wu us u l y iut.r uu ir.
" f- i .1 ... i ,i... ii- i j . i .
in the g ,;lcrv, and they all . cote hold epJ! not forget to share cur Guidance with -rue.e.t wca,oi,s man ha, for ht, oro.her
J . . i...m ii: i.i... . I hurt. Ail tin: ear K.mn.l.
sut-K an oi.i tuetiiodist hvmn, and did nt " u"u ' L,-" UB'
crcpi;u:'o :or las r.attcn s sr:!:e.
In t'.-stimoiy whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand, mil cause.! to he rlHxcd the
! Great Seal of the Stain, at the Ci!y of JjiT-
CIIAIYGE OF TIME.
jF'fetsf ffztit. rrri'UD'r
ST. JOSEPH EXPRESS TRAINS
will leave the Depot at thp corner of North Jlar-
Uie vear fresh supplies of merchandise, so ns tn eall and Kitisfy yourselves. Kespcctfully sub- Ket anil .eeon,i siree j:-, .1 o -iJ o clou,, a.
kivi fullv un to the ileminds of the market. All mitted. arm ing m M.wiii.e same u-y.
that our country friends need we can supply at
such reasonable rates as will convince them tt is
to their interest to trade with us.
- f MOREHEAO & vVOODS.
- - Glasgow, July 6, lbua.
THIS school will be resumed the
14th of September. The session
consists of two terms s the first ex-
Sires the 0th of February, and tlie other the lust of
one. A short vacation of ' one week given at
The Institution has been well patronized for
years. Last Fall our accommodations were not
jBufficiexfor the applicants, -
J'.VkeN and Taition for B months, (payable
in advance,) $100 00
' Music Lessons, Piano or Guitar, 20 00
Day pupils $10, $13, $16 and $20, according to
For full particulars apply for catalogue.
Aup. 10th, 1865. Glasgow, Mo.
'. JAftiES F1T.ZIATRIC'U,
... GLASGOW, MO.,
WILL Rive his attention to colleeting NOTES
and ACCOUNTS. Will also advance
inonev on the same if desired.
tloward Couuly Bonds YVnnted,
for which the highest price will be paid,
(jy Mosey to Loaw at Faib Rates. ,
Glasgow, June 22, 1805 tt
GREAT . REDUCTION
i , .
in I'niCES or
SEWING MACHINES !
' Thesa unequaled Machines for Family
Atid Manufaoturinp; purposes are now sold
cheaper at the St. Louis Agency, No. 65,
N. Fourth street, than anywhere else in
America. Send for price list. Agents
Wanted. . EDWIN DEAN,
' Bept. 14, l?65-3ms.
HARVEY & THORPE.
Glasgow, Mo., July 0, lti5.
ST. LGUiS TYPE FOUNDRY CO.
No. 9. Pine St.,
TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
MANUFACTURE and furnish Machine and
Hand Printing Presses, Metal and Wood
Type, Borden, Rules, Cases, Chases, Sticks, Gal
leys, and in fact everything that is uoccssaiy in a
complete Printing Oifiee.
Printing paper, ull sizes, of good quality. Col
ored and Manilla paper, also. Note, Letter, Cap,
Flat Cap, Commercial, Packet, and Folio -Post
Cards and Card Boards, white and colored, all
qualities. Piiiitmg Inks, Hand Stamps, Seals and
Seal Presses, &c, all of which will be sold at low
prices for cash.
Proprietors of Newspapers publishing this ad
vertisement, IMCI.l-I.INU THIS NOTE, to UlllOUIlt of
Ten Dollars, and sending s a copy of their pa
per at its fust insertion and one at I lie time of its
discontinuance, will be allowed their bills when
they purchase live times the amount in tyre or
other material of our own manulacture.
Will furnish Electrotype copies of the adver
tisement to parties tlut send for them.
July 20, 1S05.
. JAS. A. CLARK,
Late Judge 11 Judi
that 'una to worship Gud by proxy,
haw u..l seen the niornii.z piners, but
I learn that immense damage has been dune
in ninny portions of the ci'y. A largo look
ing-glass estaoliiajont, it is said, lost many
thousands of ilullars. Many large buildings
havo been fcriuii-iy injured, and numbers
of them are almost entirely ruined. The
iron doors of many of the stores were so
pressed and ber.!, that they could not be
opened without mechanical aid ; and of
course Jews and Gentiles wero all busily
eiig :ged trying to get in to see what w.is
the streets nr.d ulhtrs in their house
street car was thrown from the truck
ersan, this li'h day cf November, in tlie
year of our kord H Gj, c-f the Independence
of tho United States the ninetieth, and of
the State of Missouri the forty-fourth.
THOMAS C. FLETCHER.
By the Governor:
Fh.vkcis Rud.man, Secretary of State.
The Missouri Democrat says: This gen
Many ladies fainted, some on tlcm in, who figured pretty extensively at
Tfco Registry Sill.
A bill has been introduced into lite Leg
islature provii'.it g for the registry of voters,
of winch the following is a summary. It
may undergo seme alterations, but we havo
the opinion of a member that the main lea
tures of the bill will probably become a
law. Macon Argus.
It provides that tho Governor shall, on
the 1st day of June, 1SC6, for the first
general election to be held, appoint in each
Congressional District, three competent and
discreet citizens, who are qualified vot rs,
as a Board of Supervisors of Registration in
one tune in Missouri pcdilioj who came -said diiirid, and the board shall meet on
near being elected over Claib Jackson for the Artt Wednesd iv of July, nrectdinar the
S'arr K:ng's . Jiiirch, portions of the ceiling Governor, in lbLiO, who was subsequently j genoral ck-ctiou and shull appoint a Prcsi
cainmenced I -:ii:ig, which caused a unive-r- a meiiibci- of tho old Convention, finally j dent and Secretary of their own number;
sal stampede. Away the crowd wen', pell Register of Lands li.is emigrated tu Idaho-! and each Sucervisor shall rcceivo five dol-
ine-ll, he'tcr tkelter, no regard lor w
Wo are sorry to learn that previ. us to his jars per d..y for each day engaged, and be
departure he was quite unfortunate in his paid also actual expenses fwr traveling in
business enterprises. It seems that by j the discharge of his duties. On or before
careful industry lie had accumulate 1 unite a , the first dav of Auzust next, each Board of
iliis or anything else. The
result was a general supply of siv.ishcd
corns, bruise '. heads, and skinned shins.
Many deci: red lhat tho judgment day 1 snug little competency seme )s 13,100,
had actually eine. Tlie ground opened in more or less. During the gold speculating
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n inimuer rt aces, particularly on riowar.i mania u:ai rageei ins winter, ne uiou-nt i.e etwric-l iu cacli county, as cliioer J o! regis
strect, and tl -nigh many of Ihe apertures, ' c uld increase his "pile'' by investing in tratie-n, and transmit to the cierk of each
quantities of AVer gu.-hed out. Two Chi- ".-hurts," and i ccordingly proceeded to New i county a list of the names as appointed, and
Supervisors shall appoint three persons.
who are qualified voters, in each election
namen, I lear i, were killed by the falling York for that purpose, in company willi
of a brick w II. Other persons are said to two or three other gentlemen from (his Stale,
bo injured, la t I have heard of no other ! Ho invested to the full extent of his means
dea'hs. Till- 'ii ns a whole, I presume this in the auriferous metal deposited his $15,
is the hcavie-' shr-ck ever felt in San Fran- 000 in tho "pool," and a.vaited the result,
oiseo. What is yet to be the fate of the ' Unfortunately for his investment Richmond
city I know t;
the board, or President thereof, to have pow
er to fill vacancies. Each Supervisor and
ollicer of the Registration is required, before
entering upon his duties, to take and sub
scribe the oath cf effic-e prescribed in the
C:h arid lli'.h sections of tho second article
STATE OF APPALACHIA.
EXPRESS TRAINS from St. Jof-ph
St. Louis at S:3u, i; ji., in time for Eastern con
nection;;! 'IVtiinc nf ITndsnn. tbfl iiin-ftnn nf ihn tlnnnilia
liibal and St. Joseph Uailroaa.are ordered to wait At the last sesu.n of the I tilted Mates
the arrival of trait g bmii.d for St. Joseph. Senate a bill v. is introduced for organizing
Stage connections at Allen. Keiiick, t t ntrah;,, -and
Mexico, for interior pointsjit Allen the ear, j u ttrritori.,1 grvernnu-lit for the Iivlnns in
connect with Smith's lines ot stages lor Htiut?
ville, Glasgow, Keytes ille, liruusw ie-k, and all
as I have no spirit of pro- fell about that time, anl when Mr. Oi r went ! 0f the Constitution. Each coun'y court, on
M. C. ; to (ho bank to ascertain how h;s account ! I)r before tlie first dav of July in each vear.
stood, l.u discovered that his . 15.000 had- f a general election, shall reuse tho for
all been swallowed up, und left him liable mation of election districts, in tho county,
to tho amount of 1,000 in addition. The! as tar as (he nublic convenience will admit.
b .nl;, however, loaned him a snfiistent sum and establish the election districts byto.vn-
to return home, and cs soon i.s l.c relumed
d by wards in cities or tuwns, and
M I L I T I A
C 11. Cl.AY COCKFHII.L,
2 Lale Judge PUtte P.-o-(
1 PARTICULAR attention given to Probate
business in Chariton and Howard Counties.
H. CLAY COCKERILL,
And Ileal Estate Agent.
XI. 13. Graham & XJro.,
82 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Every kind of
- X J X 23. JT.
on hand, and for sale at MILL PRICES, (freight
ailJcil. t a-ti lor i,Aii. juneiOj -ipu
1"AY for service iu all kinds of Missouri Mili
. tin is now being collected by STEELE &
l.LAlit, of Macon. Persons who have served in
any company or regiment eall send ill by letter
tlrt-ir full names, the ielter of their cou.panv, (lie
number of their regiment, liieir pust otliee addie'S,
and we will collect their pay at a moderate char.'e.
Wa will prosecute claims of any kind against
the Slate or United Stales. Addr.s ly letter,
STEELE 4c PL AIR,
July 10, lSoo 3in. Maeon, Mo.
Xiz.-raOaT'trtra.t ITcwa !
On First Street, one door abovo the Shoemaker's
Shop cf N. Frauiei,,
rpHTJ subscriber takes this method of inform-
X ing Ihe public lint lie is imw prepare.! to
the Indian Ter-itory, which is a preliminary
step to its luhius-ion at some future day as
ii i(:iln To n v. 1 1 1 ivi I i i it. nf l),:,t ilr.v. u lipn
. , ... e-, . t ' it to New York to liquidate his liabilities.
iiiis acl ot sterling Honesty created somueli
he made out a deed of all tho property he designate and establish the boundaries ot
possessed, consisting of a (arm and parcels
of land in Southwest Missouri, and forw ard
Maogownn, writing from the Indian Terri
tory (o (he Gi-ognq hie 1 and Statistical So
ciety, proposes the term Appalachia, as
meriting consideration, if net adoption, and
submits it lo Iho Society lor discussion. A
generio term is required, which should have
a geographical or historical claim to Ihn'
(list iiu-t ion. nod wMdl. iv-.oilil t,riii-rt rrpner-
,, , i . .. . i i 1 tolling him h could pay it at leisure
al u neeetilaliie to Lie various trihes to wnrni n 1 J
that exletisive region has bsen assigned.
Appalachi i is a term lhat meets (hose con
ditions. 1.' Solo found a thriving village
of that lu.ino in Alabama ; the - name has
been applied ulready to a town, a river, a
bay, and to the S mthcrn portion of the Al
legheny chain of mountains, which is the
water-slieJ of the regi-jn former')' occupied
surprise among the New York sharpers
that they immediately wrote back informing
Mr. Orr that whenever ho desired ei y
money he could draw on "the bank." Mr.
Orr replied lhat ho would like enough mon
ey lo transport himself and family to Idaho,
tindlliu bank nt otice forwarded him !; 2,500,
Orr shortly alterwards set out on his jour
ney ler Ihe gold regions wilhhis family, anJ
we have no doubt il, in time, bo heard
irom, "rigut unto up again.
execute ulloiders for COAT.-, VESTS, PA NTS, 1 by (he people of lite Indian Territory. They
hiTot. y therefor, properly be called Appal.-
chians, and their btute Appalachia.
LURING ART, and on reasonable terms. He
also keeps on hand ail Elegant and Superior as
Cloths, f nsRirnereR, Cns-sinct, Vcbt
iugn, Heavers, Trics. Triui
miiigs, mid oILcr t.oivels
which cannot be excelled in this market, which
he will retail or make up '.o order at thu lowest
rates. Goods sold by llie yai t u ill be cut out
New Yj-ik, Nov. 21,
Very hi,;h tides prevuiled to-day, and Ihe
lower portions of the city were flooded
with water, overflowing piers on which
large quantities of merchandize were stored,
thereby causing much damage. Nearly nil
west, south, and many on
v. ithout chara-d
Having had many years practical experience in t , ,,
Hi. Tail.,,-,,, . Ilusiaess. I f el conlident ef ..ivin- Cell"r' 011 "'e
entire satisfaction to nil n,y patrons. i Y.'ashiugtotl 8Iid Frout streets, are over-
Please call before l'''''' J (lowed, doing considerable damage to goods
(ilaseow, Sept. II, ISO.".'. " ' there stored.
The Lynchburg Virginian, referring to
the electien ot Wurth over Ilolden, ler (he
ollice of Governor of North Carolina, says:
lie is, end has been during the whole1
w ar, the mot eousi-ti nt and thorough
Uuion man in North Carolina. Worth
was never 11 secessionist in his life, but on
honest and conscientious Unionist all the
time. This is what elected Worth and do-
(lie elec'.ioti district pertaining to each place
ol voting, und beforo the day of ihe election
certify to lha supervisors of registration a
statement of the election districts in the
counties, and the boundaries (.hereof.
Tiie Governor is charged with Iho duty
of preparing the form cl (he necessary reg
istration book, which is lo be distribute J
to the proper officers throughout the Stale.
Provided with the proper books and forms,
ihe registration t-dicers are to meet in each
election district between (he 15th cf Sept.
of eath year of a general election and the
tenlh day prior (o such election, when the
voters shall cause their names lobe duly
registered. The constitutional oath of loy
alty must be subscribed at the time of rcg
islnlion, but 11. is of ilself -a ill not be a
sufficient qualificalion. If Ihe cflicers ore
satisfied, upon proper evidence, that tho
candidate for registration is disqualified,
ihey must reject hiin, notwithstanding ho is
willing to take Ihe oath. A list of tho re
jected names is lo bo kept and published.
Of course only those whose r.umes aro en
tered nn tho oeceii'ed list will ha liprmitleil
fealed Ilolden. The people of -North Car-!,0 Vjtef .j,,,, , r,rovUio U madt
olina knew very well that Ilolden has not: (j gec al . . l5,icJ u Jo0 , ne iu its
been honest or consistent in any part of his i
conduct, while, never hn ving doubted the,
honesty of Worth, they are nol nlraid to I
Tl... r.m.i1 ... .if iiii.riiiit Inn. led nt reev
York last week was nine thousand eight. w lfl.lU3.4-35; itu-reas. in lav or
hundred und ioiirtcen 'o! Ootob.-r this yei.r, f3o:i.-10:. '
Tho earnings of the New York Central
Railroad for the month of October, 1605,
was ,500,000. For iho same month in