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,, The cholera lio at lnit reocliej our shores
or rather It victims hove, which some dno-
InrM inv li lliA mmfl thincr. wli'ilo oilier doc
tors; stiv it is not that it will not spread
until certain "mystcriotii atmospheria con
ditions" are present. What Ihcso " mys
terious ntinosplierio conditions" tire, no
body known. What we do know i, that
on every occasion on which it has reached
this country, its advent was preceded by
the death of person in a ship on their way
liuin anil lli.il a... -in aTluP tha n.-1-lllll nl' ill
ship, people began to die of it on land. The
use of talking about tho presence or ab
sence of "atmospheric conditions," of vhoc
nature nothing is known, and of which no
body can detect the indications, is not very
The truth is, that the cholera is now
here, that cases of it may henceforth be
looked for in greater or less numbers j that
dirty, ill-led, ill-clad, badly-lodged people,
drunkards, peoplo living in filthy streets
and near cesspools, drams, and nuisances,
will die like cockroaches, and even some
people who enjoy every possible physical
advanlnge,and that the best defences dguiust
it are good health, cheerfulness, good food,
temperance, J'resh air, and a plentiful use
of the bath. All bryuml this is pure spec
ulation, and will not save a single life
Now York Nation.
About Political Promises.
Politicians art itist now verv nletlinrirt nl
promises for positions in the regular army, j and is bom Duke of Cornwall
Tho English Royal Family.
Republicans as we are, the following
facts and figures, (furnished by a foreign
correspondent of the Home Journal,) if not
strictly "new," will, ncvrriln less, prove
interesting to many of our render-:
The allowance apportioned to tho Qnecn
ol England, for the support of her household
and the dignity of her crown, wos fixed by
the sta'u'e (1st Victoria, cap 1 1 ) at 3?5,
000, lo ba paid annually,, mid appropriated
as follows: For her limjeM ) V private urse
00 000; lor suhinos ol her M jesty'f
h('uuhold and retired allowances, 131,-
000; expenses of the household, 172,500;
royal bounty and special services, 10,200;
pensions, 1,200; and miscellaneous, 8,010.
On "The Consolidated Fund" nr.
charged 8,00 to the Princess Fredrio.li
William of Prussia; 6,000 to the Princess
Louis of Hesse-D.irmstailt, 6,000 to the
Duchess of Cambridge; G.W'O to her daugh
ter, the Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-
Strelitz; 3,000 to the Trincess Mary of
Cambridge: nnd 12.000 to the Duke of
Tlie Princess Alexandra ! ns setlKd upon
her, by Parliament, the annual sum of 10
CG0, to be increased to o0,CC0. in case ol
The Prince of Wales is tho eldest son of
Victoria, Queen of England, and hcir-np
parent to the crown. He is created Trince
of Wales and Earl of Chester and Dublin,
He is also
I have heard lately of I don't know how
many persons who are to bo Captains,
Majors and Colonels in tho regular service,
on the simple recninmend itions of the Hon.
Mr. Spriegins, of the House, or the Hon.
Mr. Smith, of the Senate. It may inter
est mi'itury aspirants to' be informed that
their chances of success will be in inverse
ratio to tho amount of political influence
brought to bear in their favor. Polilicians
may hold the word of promise to their cur,
but Gen. Grant will break it to their hopes.
That an increase of ' the regular aimy
wil bo agreed upon by the next Congress
thero is no doubt, and that a great many
officers will be appointed is equally true,
but Gen. Grant is deternrneJ that merit
and qualification alone shall securo such
appointments. It is probable that o board
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r,,.. ....,., ii,o !.,;.. r nii . i;i,i ..,,i!ue born or live to succeed
IU.-0 llM.ll MIL IIUIII11 HI Ull 1J'J 111 - , 1I1IU
that the recommendation of one ol tho prom
inent Generals of the late war will be ne
cessary in addition to a successful examin
ation, to secure an appointment.
The Power of the Heart.
Let any one, while sitting down, place
the left leg over the kneo of the right, and
permit it to hang freely, abandoning alj
muscular control over it. Speedily it may
3ST -J2 W
(IIAICM.3 F. UltKiHT,
WILL pive prompt attention to nil orders for
liis servii cs for tlio public sale ot all kinds
ot property, real or personal.
October" 5, 1805 3m. '
H'cto Jurniturc Store.
A. MlNTElt. 1. W. HKRYFORD.
MIWTEH Sc. CO.,
riBisT stkef.t, ;i..4sam, :o ,
T" EEP constantly on hand a good assortment
All Kinds of
which we oiler at a small
A complete stock of
advance on St. Louis
High Steward of Scotland, I;!;e of lluthsay,
Earl of Can ick, Barun of Renfrew, end
Lord of tho Isles, His person and that ol
his wife ore specially protected Ly the law.
Should his eldest son die, bis next brother
! becomes Prince of Wales and Earl of Ghcs
ter, but not Duke of Cornwall. Ho has an
annuity of -10,000, payable out ol the Con
solidated Fund, settled upon him, and the
revenues of the Duchy ot Cornwall, which
now amount to about E0.OCO a ytcr, with
every prospect oflheir increasing.
The Princess Royal, now Princess Fred
crick William of Prussia, is tho eldest
daughter of the sovereign. Her person is
also specially protected; as, should no son
to the crown,
she would become Queen of England.
The other members of tho royal family
have no special rights conferred by law.
They rank before the dukes, and are for
bidden by the Statute, (12 Geo. 111. c. 11.,
called tho Royal Marriage Act) to marry
without the consent of Ihe sovereign tigni
fW under the great seal."
A Uahe UccuuncNCE. b.imo time ato
be observed to sway forward and backward a gentleman died in New York city, leaving
through a limited space at regular intervals, by will a million of dollars, chitlly for the
Counting the number of these motions from
any given time, they will be found to agree
exactly with the beatings of ihe pulse. Ev
ery one knows that, at fires, when the water
from the engine is forced through bent hoei
the tendency to straighten the hose, and if
the bend be a sharp one, considerable force
is necessary to overcome tho totidency.
Just so it is in the case of the human body.
benefit of poor children. The will was
carried into court through the unseemly
strife of different societies to get the legacy,
when the court decided that the will was
void. A brother of the deceased who was
named as executor, resolved to distribute
the money according to the desire of his
brother as really as if the will had been sus
tained. Already he lias given away &75,-
The arteries are but a system of hose, 000 amonc different institutions, and ftlSO.
through which the blood is forced by the ' (J00 to the News Coys Lodging Rooms of
heirl. When the leg is bent, all the arteries ' tl,a ci'y. lie has the balance of the million
within it ore bent too and every time the to distribute, nnd claimants are as plenty as
licirt contracts the blood rushing through j autumn leaves. It is a rare occurrence for
the arteries tends to straighten them; and it a m.ir)i wit, a million of dollars in his hands,
is this effort which produces the motion of, to give it away bedauso a dead brother de
the leg ulluded to. Without such ocular! sired .1 to be done,
demonstration, it is difficult to conceive the!
power exerted ly that cxquiMte mechanism. . '" oi " m ,. i -ayno, s. uu.cj aooui
,, , , ,. ,. , I eight miles south ol I-nyettp, has recently
the normal pu'sations ol which are never heen SM u G MoCunoni,,. of 0,io.
II ATS & CAPS,
STORE-ROOM AT HIS NEW PRICK
STOKE, CORNER OP MARKET & FIRST
STREETS, GLASGOW, jfj
IIaVIXG just returned from NEW YORK
CITY, and purchased A LARfJE AND TINE
STOCK OK FAXtV A. STAI'M)
JOOOS, would respectfully call Ihe atlention
of those wauling Goods to give me a call.
Returning thanks for past favors, I hope to
merit a continuance of the same.
Persons wanting Drv Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Clothing, Hardware, and many
other articles too numerous to mention, will do
well to r;ive me a call, and examine my LARGE
STOCK hefore waking their purchases, as I liavo
paid special attention to selecting a stock suitable
to the wants of this community.
Glasgow, Oct. 19, IS65.
Itlclallic and IVooiIcn Iiurial cases
kept constantly on hand, for sale at reasonable
All kinds of repairing done in n neat and wnrk
mtinlike manr.nr. WINTER is. CO.
Aug. 3, lM'o.
Paints C'le 5cals,OiIs,VariiisJif9,
rinislieta, I )3Te-stuirs,
Fine toilet articles of every description.
WINDOW GLASS. PUTTY,
COAL OIL, LAMPS,
SCHOOL ROOKS, STATIONERY
the Infallible Hair Restorative.
AGI E IIBE, SAnS.tr.4KII.L,.1t
Cherry Pectoral and Pills
Spices, epper Spice, utmcfB,
tiev Ciuuiuou nail '3 ace.
Flavoring extracts of all kinds, for llavoring
ice-cream, custards, jtdlies, sauces, &.c.
for cleansius; and beautifying the teeth.
a superior assortment of Drugs, Paints, Oils,
and Varnishes, which I will sell on
Tlie ItloHt 'Accommodating Terins.
PHYSICIANS may rely on haiins their pre
scriptions carefully compounded ami put up ac
curately, and w ith despatch, at all hours, day and
F. W. H. DIGGES.
Glasgow, Sept. 28, 1SC5.
The fiiinds and patrons of tlie
HOME" AND ARCTIC
N:Y. INSURANCE COMPANIES,
will nleace tidce notice that the agencies of these
companies have hecu trnnsfered from Mr. J. S.
' . ... ti ni'iir,T ry
l iiompsonio iir. n. i. i r. oi i-jjr,, iiiuniirj
teleemph ollice at this place. Oilice for the pres
ent in telegraph rooms, where policies covering
against loss by
Fire, or Inland & Ocean Navigation
will be promptly issued on the most favorable
terms. O. .1. MORTON, Rpeciul agent.
Glasgow, Sept,i3, IStio no. 10 tf.
The Mrtsrtit : Ilnarllin f 'abinet
Oi eims, forty dillercnt slyles, adapted to sa
cred and secular music, ifor $S0 to $itO0 taeh.
THIRTY-FIVI! GOL1) or SILVER MEDALS,
or other first premiums awards the.m. Illustra
ted Catalogue free., Atlress, MASON K. HAM
LIN, Uos-roit, orniASUii HKUlHKKJr, Tiiw
xork. .! uci. in, inoo,noxv-f .jyui
ficljci'ql fteeiOcif Jqfre
he adiusted and paid without unnecessary
ests and convenience of patrons. Policies on
p ....., i.:,..! ...in i i, icc.io,! I,,, u.t. ir,,,,;i.
hU I.if ftitil ! Kw Vnrlr A.-riilpntnl" on
i.'f i apjilication to me. Particular attention is invited
" : to the advantages atibrded bv these last named
BT VV. P. PITTS. j modes of Insurance. Pamphlets and information
! rpHE undersigned takes pleasure in informing furnished on call.
j .L the public that he has opened a new Lively if, t'. TEMFI.E, Agent.
j Stable in Glasgow at the old stand on First Street, omce in T(,1(,ra., r00ms up.stairs, in Phipps'
! new brick building, Glasgow. .
HAVING been appointed agent of the follow
ing well Known companies, vii :
HOME Insurance Company of New York
(Fire nnd Marine.)
ARCTIC Insurance Company of New York
(Fire and Marine.)
EQUITABLE LIFE, of New York.
NEW YORK "ACCIDENTAL" Insu
I would respectfully ask of the citizens of Glas
gow and vicinity, a contimir.nce of the very lib
eral patronage heretofore bestowed upon uio
HOEiE Mm ARCTIC-
floth these companies will centinuo to issue at
Fire and Marino
policies promptly on application, and on as
other "first Class" institution. Loss
lelav- Every etlbrt made to promote the inter-
ntnl will keen excellent
for .il2,5U0. It contained 'S'J2 oores.
New Application of Steam, The En
glish Courts of Exchequer and Common
perceived by Iiim whoso very life they ore.
What Hay bo Done in Louisiana
The New Orleans riciiyuno says: Capi-
lal can find no better, no more profitable I Pleas ore about to be ventilated by n new
employment than in raii-itu; suijar or cotton j application of the steam jet, Fresh nir is
ot present prices, cither on a largo or sniull to bo brought in at n high level above the
ecalo. Ten bales of cotton ore now worth courts, und the vitiated uir withdrawn by a
lit least two thousand live hundred dollars, ' separate jut iroin each
and likely to be worth as much this lime j they nre to be wanned
next year. Almost any uhle-bodicd man j cooled, by a peu!i;.r application ol this
can raise and l ick ten bales of ooltoii on uur rnucinie.
rich alluvial suil.
We know cue man and his wife and little
hoy, not one hundred miles from this city,
.. i, ,.,,i r.,., ii,.. .i .1.11., Kf!i ..iri
mull i)t:r ncaa is i;uru;,:. s iiruiuer
M. S. HOLMES,
2S SECOISTO STREET,
ST. I.OU3, MO.
Wholesale Paper Dealer
And ajent for the sale ot the Atlantic Paper
FIXE WRITING PAPERS,
the best and cheapest in market, at ir.anufiicttir-
civ pnee. f
KM Ml Keams Cap and Letter Paper.
1000' " Flat Cap " 10, 12, 14,1
10 and IS H. I
SOU Reams l-'olios " 11,10,18,
M and 22 lb
1000 lteams Flat Letter " 7, 8, 9,
and 10 It).
100 lti ams Demy " 20. 24, and
100 lteams Medium ' 30, 32, 34,
and 30 tt.
50 Urains IloyaP "
20 " Super Hoyal "
Note, Letter and Leal.
500D nuudles Wrapping Paper
20'c0 Reams lVes Piiper,
1000 Reams Hook Paper, Cut Cards, and Card
Sheets, Printiie,' Ink, Amber Mucilage, Writing
Ink, Pjjier llays, &c, &c, &c.
always on hand for the accommodation of the ! sam'l. steismf.tz
public. Charges moderate. He also keeps a
Feed Stable, and ill furnish feed for stock by the
week, day, or single teed. By constant attention
to busiii-ss he hopes to receive from the public
that encouragement the enterprise deserves.
W. P. PITTS.
October 5, 1805 tf.
DII. H. SHErPEH
STELNMETZ & SIIE1TERD,
G R O C E II I E S
ten ocres of ground in cotton, in spite of the
worms, which were very destructive tha'
season. In all that cinniilceut stretch ol
alluvion north of Red river, in and
18G0 produced, in four parishes, two hun
dred and thir'y-four thousand bales of cot
ton ten bales to tho aero is the ordinary
crop. There cotton grows so luxuricusly
nnd ripens so richly that the great struggle
is to gather it.
The liandi had no time to pick, but grab
bled it out, and with little trouble hurried it
off to market. This country is all open to
cultivation and capital, but the owners nl
these lands are wiihout means nr laborers.
The Northern people will display a great
deficiency of sagacity, and enterprise il they
do not quickly oppreciate and profit from
this grand opening this boundless field of
wealth, richer, far richer than tho mine ol
California anil Arizona.
Secretary McCulloch will urge, in his
forthcoming report, tho reduction ot the
currency by positive and cautious means,
mid lie will continue the policy of contract
ing whenever practicable, as the floating
portion of the national debt becomes due.
We eat too much not that it necessarily
hurts us always but the food does not nil
benefit us, but passes away the surplus, as
an incumbrance. U.'tter, lighter feeling,
more activity, i.d more happiness, is the
result of light m-ili.
France is now Ihe most heavily taxed
country in Europe, if we lake into account
the revenues. In England, tho (mount
ihe average income is greuttr ul.so, so that,
prop irtionately, the sum is less. The cal
culation i.s that a mm or funily with the
modest revenue of three thousand nine
hundred and twelve francs, p;iys in laxes
not less than f..ur hundred a:.d seventy-five
N. C. Orders In ken for the Atlantic Papon
delivered in New York at Mill Prices. Hi-nu for
Sample Sheets. The paper suits everybody.
October 5, 18tij 3m.
fJIIE undersigned is fully prepared to give I
JL the public
All tiie Kenefits of Ihe late Great
iiiiieciaiii)u of Curreucy,
by furnishing them with any article in his line of
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES-
Having bought recently, under all the advan
ces of 'a CASH MARKET, will sell accord-
MY STOCK CONSISTS IN PART Or
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
TIIENi:W YORK DOLLAR WEEKLY,
A popular Literary Journal, devoted
solely to chaste literature and general fam
ily reading published ot one noLLAn a
year. Any person obtaining THREE
SUBSCRIBERS, and sending us the mon
ey THREE DOLLARS shall icceive
the Dollnr Weekly one year gratis, A
good agent, malo or female, wanted in every
neighborhood, who can retain 23 cents cut
of each full subscript in, when three or
more names arc sent ut one lime. Hp :ci
men copies cent free.
D. BF.NTLF.if & CO.,
bl Nassau St., N. Y.
I3athi:.u. Wherever I riaincd in the
ancient world (und I have been every
where) everybody bathed, Russian baths
in Moscoa; Turkish baths in Stamboiil
were simplo importation from Chinese Asia.
The Siamese live in the water, and the
Japanese maiden swims like u duck. In
Java, bu'li black nnd white have their water
cures G-n. Franis Train.
I WISH TO INFORM my old customers and
the public penerallv, that 1 have mv Manufac
tory in COMPLETE 'RUNNING ORDER, with
an addition of the Latest Improved SPINNING
MACHINERY, and am now prepared to CARD,
SPIN and REEL YARN, all guides, at 25 cents
per pound. Also, to CARD ROLLS and MAN
UFACTURE WOOL into li-i fulled cloth, ; do;
WHITE RED HLAN1CETS, GRAY ami SAD
DLE lll.ANKETSj WHITE. COLORED and
PLAID l-'LANNELS, GIRTHING, CARPETS,
&.C., by the yard or on shares.
ii j.m; and i)ir.ij.
Country Cloth, Flannel, &.C., fulled, colored
and finished, at l'-' J to 30 cents per yard, accord
ing to woik, color and finish.
1 warrant my work done in u comph le and
workmanlike manner, and in dun time, (iurc Ihe
vat ii oi-c-i) ' JOIIX IStTl.tTi-'.
Silver Ciii:i:k Mills, near Roanoke,
P.anilo.pli county, August 31, j
kc, 4i.c, &c,
WILLIA2E B. TALLY,
(Jt tlao old SStincl,)
has now for sale on commission, all kinds of
such as Bedsteads, Mattresses, Rureaus-, Chairs,
etc., etc., including all kinds of Furniture u-.cd
fur family purjioses.
Wooden and Metallic collius of all kinds, fur
nished lo order.
All uilicles finished in good ttyle, and sold at
ri a-ionable rates, for ca-li.
Gh.s-ow, July fith, lSOj.
Hay Forks, ,,
Weeding I foes,
Cotton and w ool cards
&c, U., &.C.
Mi?" Will pay the highest market price IN
CASH for all kinds of Produce.
37" Also, Agent for Receiving and Forward
S1 ru-iooin in the old Post Ollice, at the corner
of Water and Howard streets, next dour to uiy
old Stand, Glasgow, Mo.
GEO. II. TATUM.
June 15, 1S65 ly
2STO.10G :N Second St.
ST. i-oiis, mo.
July 27th, IS05 ly
Cor. of Iaiiict and Waler Streets,
We have now on hand and are now in receipt
daily of a
OF THE ' ' '
TDBF, riELl), AND .FAKjrv.:,
r)ELIEVINO THAT. THE INTERESTS of
) the American people demand a first-class
weeltlv .lnnrnnl. devoteif exclusively to the Shorts
of tlie nrf anj field, nnd to agrkuflnral and lite
rary pursuits, we liavo made,.trran;emeiiU to
publish such a paper. With the return of peace
to our land, war and its exciting issues will no
lonner encross the attention, and form the chief
tome of discussion. ' The people wullireturn with
new vigor to he sports of the field and '.turf,, to
the breeding of fine stock, and the,de,vclopment
of the resources of the country. The want of a
lournal devoted to the best interests of the wholq
country was never so severely felt at -how, To.
supply tins want we propose 10 estaDlisn me ,
Turf, Field and Farm. , . ,,. .
We embark in an enterprise requiring in ucn lar
bor and.cxpcnse but we balieve the people will,
sustain us in it. Our facilities for' publishing' a
first-class sportine antl literary journal arei not
excelled in ihe United States. Our long connec
tion with tlie tin r and siock associations .or the
eoiiiitry, warrant ns in thus boldly stating thii(
fact. It shall be our earnest endeavor-to publish
a paper that will interest the Renral reader.-.
Politics will be excluded from its columns, as w e
have no desire to indu ge in bitter aspersions and
to engage in heated discussions.! The turf will,
receive especial attention,: and it will form ono
of the leading features of the paper.' Wa have,
made in raiigemeuts to secure cqrresponden's from,
every State which take pride in encouraging this
noble sport. The breeding and raising .of fine
stock will also receive especial attention. The
The horse, the noblest of animal creation, for
years has been our study, and we are prepared
to treat the matter in a manner that will chal
lenge the criticism of the public. ' ,' .'
To promote the interests of the farm will be
another of our chief endeavors. The Subject of,
agriculture is of vital interest to the American'
people, recovering as they are from the effects, of
a long and desolating war. Neglected fields and'
abandoned plantations must again be made tj
teem With life and bloom with the truiht of the
soil, None of us are so wise but that we may
require instruction, and by unceasing effort we
hope to make this department valuable arid inter
esting. .. ' . : l-' . '
No paper to the general- reader oo)d bo com
plete without n literary department, and it is not
our intention to overlook this important featlire.
Selections from the ablest writers in the country,
and contributions from some of the most reaiiy
and scholarly pens of the day, will Serve, to en
rich our columns. . -if
Believing that the perpetuation of the 'princi
ples upon which our Government is fonnded de
pends upon the general datfusion of knowledge, we
shall labor for the advancement of the cause of
education. .- ,)'' .
To interest all every paper must assign a .col
umn or mare to the recording of important events
transpiring in our oudst ; therefore we shall de
vote a small space to the current news of the day.
But our aim is to establish a first-class lournal
devoted to the best intetests of the country j a pa
per that will he warmly welcomed by the gentle
men of the turf, a paper that will prove valuable
to those who take delight in the breeding of fine
stock; a paper that will be hailed as a welcome
visitor by the farmer, one that Will be' read ydth
pleasure in the counting-room, in the olice,- in
the railroad car, and by the' fireside. ' To sustain
us in our effort, we appeal to the patronage o( the
American people, and we believe that tlie appeal
will not be in vain. No pains or expense WilVbo
spared to make the Turf, Field and Farm worthy
of the most generous support: , - ',;
FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
.. Single copies 15 cents. ' . .
Tb Clcbs Five copies $20. Nine copies $30.
SATES or ADVEBTIS1NO.' ' 1
Thirty cents per line teach single insertion.
Ninety cents per line-... one month.
Two dollars per line three months.
I Three dollars per line six months.
. Postmasters are requested to act as agents, and
retain 20 per cent. tor. their troubles This per
. cent, is not to be deducted from tlub rates. We
would be pleased to establish an agency-hi every
T..t nii:.; 4A... :n 4). it..uaj ciiii. '"
I'USl UlllUC IU,VI 111 HIC UllllCM OIOIC,
The first number of the Turf, Field and' Farm
will be issued on Saturday ,the 5th day of Adgnst,
lSiio. Our books are now open for subscriptions.
The Turf, Field and Farm will be published at
New York. ; ' - !: l,J
Addiess 8. D. BRUCE, No. 3o Broad street,
New York, or " ". J
B. G. JRUCE, Lexington
WAYEPtLY ' MAGAZINE,
Family Instruction and JlmusevMU,
Kditcil toy Itloses A. How. i
riHIS p?per is the largest weekly ever pub
Jl lished in this country. Its contents are such
as will he approved in the most fastidious circles
nothing immoral being admitted into: its pages.
It will furnish as much reading matter as almost
any one can find time to peruse, consisting of tales ;
history, biography, together with music and poe
try. I ne paper contains no ultra sentiments, anu
meddles neither with politics or religion, but it is
characterized by a high moral tone. It circulates
all over the country, from Maine to California.
Terms : I he Waverly Magazine is published
weekly, by Moses A. Dow, No. 5, Lindall street,
Boston, Mass. Two editions are printed, one on
line paper, for periodical dealers, at 15 ocnte a
copy, and an edition tor mail subscribers, (on a
cheap paper, so as to come within the low post
n' law. 1 ' .' ' J
n - t
TERMS ON FINE PAPEB. 1.
LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT
UA1I.Y TIIIUtlGH UXtS
ALLEN TO GLASGOW,
Allen to Brunswick !
MAKING CLOSE SNECTI0H8 WITH THE
I")ASSENCERS to and from Central Missouri
will find this a safe, pleasant and expeditious
route. At Allen, elo-e connections are made
with trains on the .North Missouri Railroad, and
no annoyance of delay will be experienced by
passengers exeeot in cases of unavoidable, acci
dents. Employing none lntt careful und expe
rienced drivers, there need bo no apprehension of
accidents on this line.
Through tickets from either Glasgow or Bruns
wick, cuu be bought at the ollici s of this line in
these l ilies. WM. SMITH, Proprietor.
September 7, ISI'o tf.
which we are determined to sell as low as the
market will possible allow. Those wishing any
thing in our line will do well to
Give XJsi n Call,
for we arc determined to make it to the
INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE
gcnu'ally, to buy their groceries of us.
Country Produce Wanted.
STEINMETZ & SHEPPERD. '
August 31, 1805.
...y., .. i . ia oo
w.f-.l: 8 00
CIO. ME and examine those beautiful Photo
J graphs I Just the thing to fill lliose empty
plares in your album. Palm lb d Co.
Ulagow, Sept. ii.
One copy for 12 mouths
one copy for u montiis.,
One copy for 6 months-..
One copy for 3 months
Four copies for 12 months
lour comes rord mouuis
Two copies for 12 months
Two copies for 6 months.
TERMS ON CHEAP -VAPE. "
One copy for 12 months..... ,. ...... $-t 00
One copy for U months 3, 00
unecony ror o moiitns -x uo
One copy for 3 months.... I 00
All auuiuonsio ineciuos at me same rates." All
moneys received will be created according to the
above terms. Paper stopped when the last num
ber paid for is sent. No clubs taken for leas than
three mouths. i ,, . (
A new volume commences every July and Jan
uary. But if a person commences at any number
in a volume and pays for six toonthsba will have
a complete book, with a title page. . , - ,
When a subscriber orders a renewal of bis sub
scription, he should tell us what was the last num
ber lie received, then we shall know what number
to renew at without hunting over our books. ' Oth
erwise we shall begin when the money ia received.
Persons writing tor the paper must write their
name, post ollice, county and State, very distinct
ly. Those who wish their paper changed, should
tell where, it has previously been senti Postage
on this paper is twenty cents a year, payable ill
advance at the ollice wheie taken out. i
Clubs must always be fent at one' time to' get
the benefit of Ihe low price.' We cannot send
them at the club price unless received altogether,
as it is too much trouble to look over our books,
or keep an account w ith each one getting them up.
Monthly Parts. iflla year, In all cases.
Any one sending us six dollars ean have the
W eekly Waverly Magazine, and eitherof thefol
ing works for one year by mail i Peterson's Ladies'
Mag:.ziue,.Liodey's Lady's Book, Ladies' Cazette
ot 1' iisiiiuii., f viir! 1
For seven dollars we will send the., Waverly
Magazine, and either Harper's Magazine or the
Atlantic Monthly, one year. '.'..
All letters concerning the papeP must ba. 'ad
dressed to tlie publisher. ,!-.
The Way to Subscsibe.- Tha proper mode
to subscribe fur a paper is to enclose thp money
in a letter and address the publisher direct) giving
individual name, with tha post ollice, county and
State very plainly written, as postmarks ra often
illegible. . ,., .. i , .
Aug. 3, 1805. , ' " '
XxLL PERSONS '. ,
who are nutting un '
Fruit and Vegetables '! ;
may find tlie latest ' in. ..
(lid most approved .: 'j-,
Self - Sealiug Jit ,
very cheap, at' '
, PALMER k CO.'S