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Glasgow, Missouni, Sept, 17, 1869
ROMAN CATHOLIC Rev. Fath.r
Pastor. Sabbath Services i Low
Mass, 8 o'clock A. H, High Mass, II) o'clock.
Mnss every morning at 8 o'clock.
FIRST M. . CHURCH Rev. John
Glaus Paitor. Services every Sabbath
at 10 o'clock A. M. anil 7J r. m. Sabbath
School, 9 o'clock A. M. Class Meeting Tues
day evening. Prayer Meeting, Thursday eve
ning. EPISCOPAL METHODIST Rev. Wm.
Vnitn, Pastor. Service every Sabbath at 101
o'clock A. m. and 71 r. m. Sabbath School
SI A. at. Class Meeting; Thursday evening; T
o'clock. Pi oyer Meeting Friday evening 7j
PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Lko Baie, Pas
tor : Services every Sabbath at 10 a m. and
t before 8 r. m. Sabbath School 9 o'clo-k
A. M. Prayer Meeting! Tuesrlay 71 p. m.
EPISCOPAL. Rev. Mr. Walls, Pasr
tor. 8ervice every Sabbath at 4 o'clock r. M.
ia the upper room ot the Presbyterian church.
We publish the following list of County
officials for reference to those at t distance.
Member Congress J. F. Benjamin.
Circuit Jut'ge Geo. H. Burckhart, Hunts
ville. Ktate Senator T. B. Reed, Huntsville.
Supervisor Registration Chas. F. Mayo,
- Huntsville. '
Member Legislature Lumen A. Brown.
Circuit Attorney John H. Overall.
Sheriff Rice Patterson, Roanoke.
J. L. Morrison, Deputy, FayetteT
Circuit Clerk Chas. Stewart, Fayette.
County Clerk A. J. Herndon. Fayette.
County Justices W. R. Heath, W. B. Han
nah, M. A. Taylor, Fayette.
Public Administrator 8. C. Major, Fayette.
Assessor H. P. White, Fayette.
County Surveyor Joshua T. Allen
County Attorney S. C. Mejor, Jr., Fayette.
School Commissioner T. G. Deatherage
Treasurer J. M. Reid.
Coroner John Pierce, Fayette.
County Supervisor Registration J. D. Rick
County Board Registration Lewii Finnell,
W. I. Reeve and John P. Sebree.
Saad Commissioner Wm. F. Cunningham
ArrlTal and Depart are of Mulls.
HBW SCHEDULE TIME ON OUTK NO. 10613
Leave Huntsville every day except Sunday,
at 7 p. m.
Arrive Glasgow every day except Monday
At 4 p. M.
Leave Glasgow every day except Saturday,
7 P. M.
Arrive in Huntsville every day except Sun
day, at 3 A. m.
Mail closes everyday at 6 o'clock, p. M.
The office will be opened on Sundays, from
7 to 8 o'clock, A. M., and rrom a to o p. m.
Leaves every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday, at 7 o'clock a. M. and arrives every
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock
Leaves every Monday at 7 o'clock A. M
and irrivee every Tuesday at 4 o'clock P. M.
J. D. KEEBAUGH, P. M.
North Missouri Railroad.
SALISBURY TIME TABLE.
Going East. Going West.
Express- 9.45 r.-M. 12.27 A. M.
Mail fc Express 2 17 p.m. 6.15 p.m.
Accommodation 3.05 p. M. 9.86 A. M
No Express train East on Sunday night,
i. u Wgst "
The Express train eoine East connects at
Moberly with Express going South.
The Accommodation going East connects
at Moberly with Express going North.
ALBERT BLAIR, Ag't
t&" Barton's cash houso is the
plncefor liargains in clothing,nlrygoods,
boota shoes, Ac A new stock just
received and selling at tho lowest
It is supposed in St. . Louis that
Prince Arthur, brother to the Prince
of Wales, will visit that city at the
time of the Fair there this full.
A swarm of bers that mado a bunch
as large as ono of Eas'in'a pumpkin
pics, was shown ua yesterday by Mr.
John Chamberlain. They were
"swarmed" from his bees, yesterday,
the 30th ult., the latest time in the
season, for such an occurance, on record
The second Annual Fair of Balis-
bury, commences Tuesday the 18th
irjst., and continues five days. Our
thanks for a complimentary ticket
The Life Association of America
issued over 2,500 policies during the
New Minister. Rev. Thos. J.
Gooch has been assigned to take charge
of the M. E. Church, South, in this
city during tho coming year. Rev.
Mr. Penn, an able preacher who lias
been stationed here for the last two
years, has been assigned to duty as a
L. Coleman, the boot and shoe man
ufacture, has moved into his new build
ing, the Western House. Uolenmn
can't be beat for fine work.
Bio Corn. Mr. J.S. Thomson has
left with us some very large corn rais
ed on his farm, which is hard to beat.
A colored man by the name of Jim
Davis, who has been working the farm
of Mr William Lewis, of the firm of
Bartholow, Lewis & Co., gives us four
ears of corn which are the largest we
have seen, each of these measuring
over fourteen inches long, and each
containing twelve rows.
J. LichmajjaA Sons are determined
not to be undersold, and are selling
their handsome new stock of clothing
and dry-goods at the very lowest pos
Profesional. Prof. E. Von. Ade
lung, is now permantly situated in
Glasgow and offers his services to
the public as a teacher of music, mod
ern languages, stenography, &c, Ac.
The Professor is not excelled as a teach
er, and fully undci'stands'luning and
purchasing pianos. We ore glad to
note the fact that so intelligent and
gentlemanly a scholar is to remain
HARVEST!! HARVEST!! ! P. -
sons wanting the "JOHN P. MAN N Y
COMBINED REAPER AND MOWER"
will please leave their orders, earlv, with
The undersigned contractor for car
rying the mail between Glasgow and
Huntsville, wishes to rub-let said con
tract to responsible parties. Address
F. C. Wicks,
On the morning of the 20th ult.,
considerable frost was seen here, which
we believe was the first of tho season
J. Lehman & Sons are determined
not to be undersold, and are selling
their handsome new slock of clothing
and dry- goods at the very lowest pos
Collecting Agent. John H.
Boyd, E., will act as general collect-
in? and business agent to those who
may need his serviced. John under
stands his business and is perfectly
Rev. J. O. Swinney aud Ciipt. J. L,
Morgan left here on the steamer
Mountaineer, last Sunday, enroute to
New Jewelry. Pete Sears hai
just received a large and handsome
6tock of new jewelry. It is a splendid
assortment call and see.
$10 reward is offered for the discov
ery of a double barrelled eun one
barrel rifled and the other for shot
bearing the brand of John Wachter &
Bros., GlasgowMo.. Any one giving
nformation at the Posl-jffice that will
lead to the discovery of this gun, will
Dentistry. Dr. W. L. Doyle, an
experienced and able dentist, located
for tome time in our city, will visit
Roanoke nest Mouday, the 4th hist,
And offer his professional services to
the public. We can assure the good
people of that city that the Dr. will be
sure to give entire satisfaction and un.
dcrstands his business thoroughly.
The other day we stepped into the
photograph gallary of Mr. L. Ware's
and had our profile sketched. We be
lieve it is the best copy of the original
that we have ever bad. Mr. . Ware,
we are pleased to know, is receiving
fuifficcnt patronage to keep him busily
engaged.w hich is in itself a testimonial
of bis ability to please.
A Double Homicide A Sad Af
fair. Another distressing story is
told of the death of two young men
who each received death from a pistol
in the hands of the other. Ou the
evening of Saturday, the 25th ult.,
party cf young men, consisting of Da
vid Kirby, James Ross, Elisha P.
Kirby, George Brashears, aud a Mr.
Wilson, were returning home from
Fayette, most of whom had been
drinking considerably. Upon a rrive
ing at Mt. Gilead church, about four
miles from the town, a difficulty arose
between Mr. Ross and Kirby on ac
count of the former expressing himself
desirous of shooti ng at the door knob
of the church, aud the latter objecting
to the same, remarking that his father
was an elder of that church. Firing
their pistols at each other, both fell,
inoi'Uily wouiulou, almost at uie same
instant. Ross received one shot in the
luce and one m the month : Jvirhy re
ceived one shot through the heart and
one through the hip. The latter
leaves a family consisting of a wife
and two children. Previous to the
time of their death they had been close
friend, and had both been soldiers in
the Federal army ; both were members
of highly respected families. Poor
fellows, what a sorrowful death was
theirs to those relatives aud friends
who mourn their fate.
The Huntsville Herald Btates that a
coundral by the name of Brooking,
who was in the employ of Mr. N. B.
Baker, living four miles and a half
from Huntsville, decamhed during the
night and stole a gray overcoat, a
black dress coat, a new pair of tweed
pants, and a pair of boots, all valued
at fifty dollars. Mr. Baker ofTers fifty
dollars for his capture. The thief is
discribed as follows: About five feet
teen inches high ; rather heavily built ;
about thirty years old; heavy bcaid
dyed black, and is represented to be a
good talker and sharp fellow.
Read the advertisements and buy of
those only who are not afraid to advise
you of what they have to sell and envite
you to examine their goods and learn
their prices. Some people don't believe
n advertising, because thcysay "nobody
reads the papers." But let them get
into a scrape, and you will find them
flying around to the newspaper office
with the request, "please don't mention
that little affair it's all a mistake ;
don't want my name published all over
tST The " Literary Society" is now
in full blast. Question for next week ;
If a man builds a corn crib, does that
give him the privilege to crib corn.
A Scotchman who had hired him
self to a farmer, had a checo .-?rst down
beforehim, that he mighthelp himself.
The master had occasion to remark
sometime afterward : "Sand, you take
a long time to breakfast." "In troth,
master," answered he, "a cheese o this
size is nae eae soon eaten as.ye may
Conflagration A Diriy Trick,
On last Sunday night, about half
past eight o'clock, some dirty scoundrel
set fire to a new brick building belong
ing to Mr. F. Sliifflet, who lives about
five miles south of here. The building
was erected for a smoke-house to
large brick residence Mr. F. has
commenced, and was being temporarily
used as a carpenter's shop, and contain
ed tho tools and tool-chests of Mr
Daniel Walker and Lucian Porrier,
valued at $300, which were entirely
consumed by the flames, The buildiug
remains uninjured from the fact that it
was brick covered with green oak
sheeting, uut cousiderable work, such
as cornice, finishing work, nulls, &c
were destroyed. The object of the incen
diary seemed to be to burn the tools
and tool-chests of the carpenters. At
the time the fire was discovered, the
charred remains indicated that a large
heap of combustiblo material had
been placed on the chests. The chest
of tools belenging to Mr. Porrier, is
said to have been very fine .valued at
$200, which he had bought with the
sweat of his brow, and wag all the
property he had in the world. There
was $12 in money in Mr. Walker's
We ask pardon of those ladies who
so kindly presented us with choice
fruit, last week, for omitiug to make
our acknowledgements. The "copy" was
placed upon the "hook," but for some
unacouutable mystery was not "set
We make our gratefnl "courtesy" to
Mrs. B. E. Powell for a basket of fine
peaches; to . Mrs. N. Swacker for
basket of fine peaches, apples and
grapes j and to Mrs P. R. Sears for
uuinber of fine peaches,
Valuable City Properly
IP o n SALE.
A rood frame house and theee tots are of
fered tor sale in this city, situated on the cor
ner of Third and Commerce streets, near the
new Baptist church. It is originrlly known
as the Runyan property. The house is in good
condition, contains four rooms smoke
house and other out-buildings, is well sur
rounded with fruit trees and shrubbery, and
is convenient to the business part of the city.
If application is made soon it will be sold at
low ficures. Annlvto Mrs. Fannie J. Baker,
on the premises, or at the Journal office.
If Susan B. Anthony wants to get
herself identified with the labor inter
est, why dont sho get married ?
Jo9H Billings says; Maekrcl
inhabit the sea, generally ; but those
which inhabit the grocery alwus taste
to me as though they had been fatted
on suit. They want a deal of freshen
ing before they're eatin," aud also ar-
terwards. If I can have plenty of
mackrel for breakfast, I can generally
make the other two out of water."
Items from the Chariton county
Thos. B. Edgar, an old citizen of
some thirty years residence, died at
his home near XeytcsviUe, on ednes
day about sundown. Mr. .hdtrar was
about sixty years of acre and in his
younger days made the canvass for
the omce ot bheritt ot tins county.
Mrs. Cooper, mother of J. B
Cooper, died in Keytesville on Thurs
day, of consumption.
"Jimmy," an old Irishman, known to
the public by no other than his Chris
tian Dame, died lately at the Chariton
House in this place and was buried by
the proprietor, Andrew JMackay, br.
TheGerman Methodists of Bruns
wick have commenced tho erreetion of
a church edifice.
CITY FLOUR MILL
WOOL CARDING MACHINE,
WOOL ! WOOL ! t WOOL!!!
We have the very best facilities for eard-
ine wool, and have engaged the services of
one of the most experienced carders in the
I hose having wool carded will be required
to furnish one pound of grease to eight pounds
are 8 cents for clean and 12 par pound for
Persons from a distance can rely upon
l aving wool carded at our machines at the
rate of 500 to 000 pounds per day.
Out flour Mill Is making; the very best
brand of flour. Bring on your grain.
Thankful for past patronage, we respectful
ly ask continuance of the same.
S1E.11 .V1UIVU .. HAMU
Dnteher'i Lightning Fly-killer.
Death to the Living I Long live the Killers
Sold by Dealer Everywhere I
Bgk, Subscribe for the Times.
FIRE PROOF PAINT.
This invaluable paint, a new article in this
market, hi.s been made end used for many
years Dy me patentee, ana uorougniy tested
by frequent experiments, and is beyond doubt
the most durable and best print now in use for
houses, railroad cars, steamboats, and all
other purposes where durability, and safety
against nre or exposure is requireu.
It will neither corrode from long exposure
contract with cold or expand with beat
neither will it crack or blister from exposure
to heat, ir nrst allowed to become perrecl'y
It is much lighter than le!d, and will cov
er ft larger surface tnan the same weight of
lead, and make as smooth a surface as any
other paint. In can he finished in any colors
desired, retaining it fire, weather and water-
C. A. AtcNair, of the Carondelet Iron
Works, who has tried this paint, says it pos
jesses all .he valuable properties claimed
This paint is now on sale at the Compa ny'
omce, km. 2UJ W. linn street, ot. Louis.
The company have purchased the exclusive
right to make mil sell this paint, in all parts
ot the United States. Try it. n8tf
J. O. SWINNEY.
NEW HARDWARE STORE
HE Ml o, ULEYBE.
Stoves tfc Tinwn.ro
Stamped Tined Ironware. Roofincr. (iulteiinir.
sheet-iron works. Repairing done witli neat
ness and dispatch. All orders will be prompt
ly attended to. Store under Times office, op
posite Glasgow House. BUtRV C CI.EVRE.
lilusgow, Mo April Klst. v4n3Uyl
RUFFEL & HE ASTER,
Phipps corner, Water 8treet,
Would call the attention of
their large and new stock of
the public to
New Goods ! !
J. LEHMAN & SONS,
cr.Ai r.s; m
&C, &C, &.C.
They are prepared to offer to their friends
and Customers a complete assortment of all
kind-, of GROCERIES at tha
VERY LOWEST RATES.
Staule & lanc y
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
NOTIONS, Ac, A., Ac.,
are just in receipt of their new and splendid
Spring tfc Summer
JKtm av apsfe. TM
U U 15
Call and examine,
as it pays to look
RUFFEL & HEASTE14.
Is now in successful operation, cutting from
FOUR TO EIGHT THOUSAND FEET of
Lumber per day.
Keep a good supply of
ojsjh: & walnut
ann ll tinds of FRAMING TIMBER of
soft nnu ard wood.
The County and Township Bonds,
subscribed by Cooper county, to the
Tebo & Ncoiho Railroad Company
were printed at our office this week,
They are neatly executed on vegetable
parchment, and are all ot the duonii
nation ot SOUU.UU lorty coupons
attached for semi-annual intercut, aud
run twenty years ; subject, however, to
redemption at any time after ten years,
at the pleasure of the County Court.
They will be immediately signed by
the Presiding Justice of the County
Court, countersigned and sealed by
the Clerk, and handed over to the
Company. Boouville Eagle.
TUe Eiemptiou Law of
The homestead of every housekeeper
or head of a family consisting of a
twellinv house and appurtenances, and
heland used in connection therewith,
not exceeding the amount and value
herein limited, which is or shall be
used bv such housekeeper or head of
a tamuy as such homestead, shall,
together with the rents, issues and pro
ducts thereof, bo exempt form attach
ment and execution, except as herein
provided. Such homestead, in the
couutry, shall not include more than
160 acres of land, or exceed the total
value of 1,600 ; and iu cities having a
population of 40,000 or more such
homestead shall not include more than
18 square rods of ground, or exceed the
total value of 3,000 ; and in cities or
othei incorporated towns and villages
having a less population than 40,000,
such homestead shall not includoinore
than 20 square rods of ground, to ex
ceed tho total value of $1,500.
Several Independent papers in
Calfornia are advocating the election
of the Republican nominees for the
Supreme bench, on the ground that
they are the best candidates, and
political issues aught not to enter in to
a judical election.
Send in vour subscription for the
Glasgow Tim eh,
The best in Market !
DONOHOC, COCKEIMLL & CO.,
Delivered Free of Charge
AND FOU BALK RY
PURE BRED HOGS AND FOWLS
WINTER 6EED WHEAT,
And other FARM SEEDS, from Jeitz's
Experimental Farm, Chambersburg, Pa.
Dielil's and Bouahton Beardlese; Week's
and Treadwell's bearded white wheats; French
white and red chaffs; purple straw bearded
red Mediterranean, ami German Amber Beard
less, are the best, earliest, hardiest and most
productive Wheat that can be recommended
for general cultivation. Price $5 per bushel.
4 pounds of any kind by mail, postpaid, for
$1. Twenty heads of different varieties sent
postpaid for $1. Twenty other varieties of
Wheat, Barley and oats, of iast year's impor
tation. See Dietz's Experimental Farm Jour
nal; send and subscribe for it; only $1,50 per
year; the most useful journal printed. Address
GEO. A. DIETZ: (.'hainbersburg, Pa.
Tlie earliest, hardiest aud most productive
Wheat is thipua eKr White Chalf,
SPRING TRADE, 1869.
STRODSE AND LANG F ELD
Uav IVow 011 Hand Hie Larg
est Hock iu lilasgow. of
SPRING AND SUMMER .
comprising; in part
of all varieties
A HEAVY STOCK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Also a heavy slock, of
O AEPET S,
OIL-CLOTHS and WALL-PAPER
Boots and Shoesi
Queensware j Glassware,
all of which wt are offering it roduced pric
es for cu.
Calicoes at 10 cents
Ladies' lin white handkerchiefs 10
Ladies'-hoop skirts 7a
(EST All other Goods priced in proportion,
The Dublid are respectfully invited to call
and examine our stock before purchasing, aa
we are skiuuiu we can piatse (lie most, fasti
dioua. nn STROUSE k LANGFELD.
Logs always on hsml to fill bills lo order.
Custom sawing done at any time the loge are
hauled 10 tne Mill, either 011 snares or at
for which lumber will be exchanged or cash
piid at a fair price.
H3T Parties wishing information concern
ing lumber or logs can get it by calling at the
Aug. 26, 1R68. J.IS. W. LEWIS.
Having just returned from New York, with
laree and varied assortment of goods in our
line, we now offer them to the public at
Unusually Low Prices ! !
We call especial attention to our stock of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, under the name of
Crossan & GiUtrap, is dissolved by mutual
consort, to date from August 9, 186'J. C.
Crossan will continue the business under the
name of Campbell Crossan, assuming all lia
bilities and collecting all debts due the lute
firm. Cam pn eli. Crossan.
n4. Jacob Gilstraf.
(Three Miles North of Iionnolce)
RANDOLPH CO., MO.,
Is uow in full and successful operation, and
the proprietor is prepared to manufacture
wool nir. cioin
at as low rules as can be dona elsewhere
either tor cash or on shares, as suits the par
I am thankful for the patronage, and solid
a continuance ot the same, assuring my cus
tomers that all work entrusted to me shall be
which is full in ever narticu'ar.
PREMIOI SAX FORD
The Beef and Most Prolific In
This new corn is beyond doubt the best in
the world. It will pro'duc from one to two
hundred bushels per acie; is vrorth ten cents
per bushel more thnn lh rotnmon corn raised
111 the roiin ry (the partip-ii of whom th - seed
whs nh'aincd having bargained to p-iy that for
e-i bushel lU-livi-rrd) It dues lint require
ttettrr land than the ordinary corn laised, and
will grow lo perfection in all paits of Missou
ri and the We t. I have exclusive sale of this
corn raised bv Maj. J. W. Lewis and J. 8.
Thompson. Numerous lulls on the farms of
these ?ntlemeii contained from twenty to
twenty-two ears enrh, with not more than
three stalki to the hill. Specimens al the
post-omce. Alt orders rroin a distance by
muilstiictly attention to.
IJ. XI A 1A AKU, lilasgow, MO.
For a few montl ra-t we have advertised
the above Watches at extremely low pi ices. and
ne result nas oeen most aimsractory. iiur
plan has been te sell the genuine WALTHAM
WATCH, in solid jrold or silver eases only,
at a very small profit ; giving the purchaser
every opportunity ot examination and com- -
parison, and with the understanding that ir
the watch does not prove satisfactory, it can
be exchanged or the money refunded.
These watches are, without exception, the
most perfect specimens of hue mechanism ev
er produced in any country. Each and every
paitismide by mschinery of the most deli
cate and elaborate construction
Compared with foreign watches, they pos
sess many advantages, excelling not only 111
irincipie anu imisu, oui sun more in ineir re
iability as time-keepers. As an indication of
the prices we submit the following :
Silver Hunting Watches tlx 00
Gold Hiinfing Watches, 18-karat case, 80 00
iiom Hunting w amies, ladies' size-. TJ W
We- often receive orders direct from our ad
vertisement, but prefer that every one should
send first for our descriptive price list, which
explains an ine sinereni Kinds, tell the weight
and quality of the cases, and gives prices of
each. This will be forwarded to any one on
application, and it will be found very useful
in making a selection.
Every Watrh u warranted by tpecial crriifi
catf from the .Imerican Watch Co.
We seiul them by Express- to any address.
Allow the purchaser to open the package and
examine the Watch before paying, and it af
terwards it does not prove satisfactory, it cart
b : exchanged or Ihe money will b cheerfully
; Please say that yoi saw this in Ihe Glasgow
Address, in f nil,
HOWARD A. 00.,
Kb. 610 Broadway, New York.
Our establishment is well known to the res
idents of Tew York and vicinity, but that
those at a distance may address us witn confi
dence, we invite attention to the following
editorial notices :
From the N Y. Evangelist, May 2S, I8G8.J
We had occasion some time since to rr fer
to these celebrated American Watches which-
are well known as reliable time keepers. We
cannot do Deiter now than to call Ihe attention
of our readers to- the eard of Howard Jt Co.,
bv which i! will be seen that persons from a
ilisinnee ean oriier nv grade or these Watches
by exMe.F, t greatly redured prices.
From Ihe N. Y. Independent. June 16, 1S6R.J
We invite special attention to the advertise
ment of Messrs. Huward t Co., v. tin orier
ttie celebrated Walth.1111 Watcht-s not only at
the lowest prices, but will send them to any
part of the tountrv by express and cive the
purchaser the p-ivilege to examine the watch
ttefore pnyiuz for it. We have known How
ard 6c Co. personally for years, a:id cheerful
ly toiuinend them to the confidence of our
fi tends throughout the country.
Heady Made Clothing
done in a workmanlike manuer,
and in due
Apri 11th, 1869.
JOHN SI TTIFF,
Mouse's IndIan, Root Tills.
Wo have lately been shown the foiuu
lar from which tliese pills are prepar
ed, and from this and our expereuce
in the use of them, can honestly pro
nounce them a good 811 fe and reliable
niedioino. Being entirely free from all
fioisonoua ingredients they can be saf'e
y used while performing the active du
ties of life. We would advise all to
use them ; and by fair trial you can see
at once tlie benefit derived from them.
Use Morse's Indian Root Pilis in all
canes of BiUioutmevs, Headache, Fe
male Irregularities, Liver Oomplaints,
ixc. cold by all Uealers. n4ml
r Special Ablice.
WORDS OF WISDOM
FOR YOL'NCl MEN,
On the Ruling Passion in Youth and early
Manhood, with SELF HELP tor tha erring
and unfortunate. Sent in sealed letter envel
opes, free ot charge, Adjress, HOWARD
Association, box e, i'HiLniLPiA,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
which cannot be excelled by any in the mar
ket. H.ivine had an experience in the CLOTH
INtr LINE for upwards of Sl)vi:As,we
1 eel warranted in saying that we can furnish
V BETTER CLASS OF GOODS
AND AT AS
as can be found in the West.
Examine our Goods
and we are satisfied that you will see at once
thai we cannot but please th most fastidious.
LOOK AGENTS WANTED,
MARK TWAIS'S NEW BOOK,
Who has not nesrd of bi n ? Who has not
lriiigheil over hi quiint sayings and queer
ideas? Who ha i.ot fully succumbed to
his racy anei-dotes and melted under his pa
thetic stories ? Who has not thrilled with his
fine descriptions, acknowledged the keenness
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