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UMOM GODNTIT HERALD.
E. J. EUIM, ICDITOH
Troy, 31 o,
3IA V 23, 1860,
ANDREW JOIINftON THE HOPE OF
The revolution which dethroned rui
English King rind finally drank hU lifed
blood, had its origin in encroachments up
on tho constitutional and immeuioiial pre
rogatives and jrivileges of that monarch.
Tho sunn resiatatico to constitutional
government, tho tame fanatical zeal fur
changes in tho fundamental principles of
the government which wc recognize in the
incipient-, and throughout that struggle,
may be c.uily and readily discerned iu tho
tspirit of the dominant party in thU govern
rnent. 'i'ho rame spirit is at work, and if
minute inquiry wew madi-, it may turu out
that the allocators of the tribe th'at not.'
rule or rather, misrule tin nation, were
tho very identical fanatie.il and turbulent
revolutionists that drenched Old IJrittain
in tho blood of her kin and children, an 1
enthroned a tyranny unparullud for its
aonatioaity, in the history of civilisation.
If we are not diifting into just iuth a
revolution of bloodshed ; if we arc not
threatened by an anarchy and confusion
only more fatal tlitiu tint which followed,
or was a part of the i evolution of th Sev
enteenth century ; it is only because the
blind, pariizan. puritanical, hypocritical
zeal of Steven?, Sumner, Phillips, et id
vmnc gmtis, will cot and can not drive
AnJrcw Jobr.ton from the Constitution
and Laws which arc the very bulwark
and support of the political, civil and re
ligious liberty of the peopl.
It is upon these, and there alone, that
Mr. Johnson plant liimtclt", and all the
fury and malignant thunder of the radi
cal blasfe-jrnarj?, -r.d coist.tutio.l blood
auckera, will pr:vj a ineffectual t? be
tray him into a violation of these taorvd
landmarks, as did the syren note of the
rebellion in seducing him fioia bis noble
allegiance to his government. The im
prisoned arrows of the enemies of all lav. ,
fall thick and fast above him ; the scur
rilous abue. tho mad and frenzied vom
itings of a polluted bad debouched faction,
ftre vainly trained agaii it his r.oble patri
otism. He standi unmoved amid the
rcuttvringt of the Ftorm, with eye, and
heart, an J hope fi;cd upon that light ol
liberty which will shine ag'in with re
newed energy tad glorv, when the im
pregnate political sky bhall be purified of
its bloated pestilences.
Thu great h'.art of the people U w'uh
him, and bu is with the p.-ople. His pa
triotism has a broader ranpo than a vile
pandering to party, and party policy.
1I sees the riuht and gra-ps it with
'hook- of steel," nor tl.iiu.s present, nor
things to come, will jhako hira fiomhih
firm hold upon t'no-o principles which
look to the good of the people, and the
perpetuity of tho Republic.
Let all good men rally around, support
and sustain him, and again will peace,
Larmony and concord loom out from
atnonrr tho thickenin" doom, and the
American people meet oncf rcain, in uu
broken concert, at the restored temple of
liberty, and worship in glorious unison
under tboprotccting ai'gnot tho tarn1 uag,
ano rnr.it VETO.
Tlio question ofvctuiug tho liill forth''
idmfctilon of CuloMtlo Into the Union wai
again before the Cabinet on Tuesday, and
vsb, doubtless, improved, for as pooh a.- it
adjourned thcPrcvident tent his veto tnes
nago to the Senate. I is a brief ilocu
aicnt, and argues agaiuRt the bill on the
jrround of insufficiency of the population
for a State, and tho ttmnjr contract in thr
vfay of injustice it would furnWi. If
gcnaiors.were admitted these States would
equal thofo of th larse?t pcpulat'on.
lie thinks that to allow Colorado to have
one Representative for 30.0U0 population,
while New York has but thirtv one for
4,000,000 of inhabitant?, 1 not jV.st. He
alrto uialntains that it is not proper to
make a new Statu uitli so small a popu
lation, whilo Homo of tbo older States of
the Union aro unrepresented in Conprc.
The Senate will probably nisposoofthe
bill 'to-morrow and it U com idered very
doubtful if it will b? passed over the ve
to. In fact there seems to bo no feclllnp
A Johnson Victory.
Tho democrats itid confji.ttivei of
Charleston, Oolcf Co., Itt., rlc-tc I their
ticket at the lite flection, by n hiti'l-mne.
A Sail CaiaHiiy F.oir Porous
' Drowned ii Iowa,
Wmtmn Colleob, Iowa, May 15
Editors CurcAOO TntnuNE. It falls
to toy lot to announco to jtou a most
heart-vending calauiitv which occurred
near this village, on Monday, tho 14th
inst. A party of our citizens, iucludiug
a number of our college students, started
to Cedar river, ?omo six miles distant, on
a fishing excursion. Arriving at the
place tho company separated, one naitv
taking a seine, and the other skiflt, for
pleasure, iwo j oung gentlemen and two
lariios, viz: Ezra Davis his sister Mnrv,
children of Kev. Win, Davis, President
of Western College, and John Chamber
lain and Annie Hisinacr, students, took
a skiD'and launched it, but had proceed
id only to thu middle of the river, when
it capsized, drowning all four o! then: !
The bodies of Kzrn Davis and Annie His
inger have been found, but nlthcugh al
mout the entire community ate tngaged
up to this hour, tho other? remain in the
river. The toolings of the afflicted par
cnts may bo conjectured, but cumot be
told. A dark gloom pcivades the entiic
community, and tiars of svty.j. .thy flow
trcely t'ro'ii many ehe'.'k. niro'l', "iu
the luidjt of It to we arc iu death."
Arrival of Slci ln-ns,
Si w Vouk May
fitcphcn. ik"u ('coir-' or tho Fenian. '
who arrived here yortevLay, r-is met on I
his arrival b a c'luiiifc'.' of the Koniasi !
.., ," 1.1 .... I
unicnr'noou ami ttiotisniin ot ms
ttitwits who wore autiou'ly awaiting his
arrival. Ik- proceeded from tho wnarf '
to the Metropolitan Hotel, followed by Tho Academy of Mtuie was valued at
the crowd, when' he will remain for the 5335,000. Insured for 8130,000, and the
l-rc'eiit. K-encry, ,vi, for S30.000. MaretzcU's
.Mr !-.;tc ''f n rctiniiud in IiN room con- loss 870,000, and U rail's 810,000. cith
v.'r:ing with the reinmittce and receiving er insured. I'tiivcr-ity Medical College
calls ol'i-ueli ftiends : he 'i,o.-o to meet, valued at ? tS.OHO; insured fur S-.,000.
iu friii lhr conversation and with tfyj rep ; The Worehntcr piano factory was saved,
lte'ntstivi.:' ci'tbe p.Cii. Mr. Stephens t l.ms on Mine s factory not ascertained,
we a lew hint!- of the object of Ii'h mis Fire douWc-.' incundiarv.
sion, and confidentially asscrte 1 that thr j J)r. Va'entino Mott's valuable anatomi
Iiish uimy would ticht on tl.eir own toil leal oiil'tvtioti was destroyed in University
eic tin. expiiMtion of the present jcar.
i no Loumittee oi .rrjtn;ement ex
pect the Common Council to nive Mr.
Stephen: a reception. There will aho be
a grnnd deinoii'jtri'ion at .Jcr. vford
when tho Head i.'eiitro will fuiiy explain
tho otjeet of" iM;ion to thi- eoutitr
Mr. I. D.-rntl Killin has i-uyj a V ir I
bulletin to the HryiheihcoJ, in vliich be
states that bo has ia.idc vo report of hi.
aetion-i laritifo', becaufC the public
-hnitld not fcnon cwrvtbin cotn.eefcd
w.tlt the war purp.vfs uti'.if the action!
rrpoea u it.-ioaicd cr 11 aucceis-ful. but
i.c proceus io tia'c mat in
on tnc Ji?tern l-niier is only teinpomr.
I buulltcd not defeated. lie eniiclutlod
by statin,' that he and Mr. V Mahoncy
aie on the b.'t cf terina and not cnomie's
piibl'e :oiort lia-i it
Mi h .Mis was. fcrenaJJ by the
Ol'th regiment. Col. O'Mahoney, wlij ar
rived it his hotel about midnight. Mr.
Stephens ma.-le- a short addres lasting ten
minutes. II t3 manner f delivery wa'
viy slow, and his voice very iinudible
ileta'd he Lelon.'ed to no party but lnd
ci'iue to un'to tbj Iiish republic. No
niic should be accused until he had been
t.iirlv tried and found uuilty. l'nrtv ci-
pics.iioni bad been doin: a crreat deal of
damage to tl i cav.-e, and be advi-ed sen- j
siiiie uiiinea r emiini to retrain tmm auen i
, .. ,, ... , ...1
i-bit. II( hi be catno horo bv mvi-
taunii, anii tinm.u remain nuici 'or aiinie
. . , , , , . . .
When tlie comuiiitve tinvt appoin'ed to
inquire into ma'ters of the Irish Kepub
lie had made their report then ho would
have Mimethiu:,' to say. After express
inpr thunks fur il.o seicnade and other
demonstrations, he continued hi remarks
by saying ih it the p:op!e of Ireland were
rrcpared fir a loiter trial, but they have
been ik-appointcd in net receiving Mip
poit bel'urc this.
renian Dtmunstraiioii Stephen's
New vonK. May 20.
A convention on Lons Inland of the
Fenians indorsed Stephens' policy, and
promised active HUUbort. lliev'aie to
havetprand demonitraton the cnutii!;i?ia Florida, South Carolina
week. fc'tenl Circles handed in fun U tC.iroHna, represent the giov
Stephens cnmincnccs tun isits nt New
en on Momlay, and in a few days af
terwards he wi'l coMmenco his tour.
DrsCi-wnrrnut of Probst.
rtilLADEi.t'Hi.'i, May 9.
The doath warrant for the execution of
Antoine I'rolst. on Friday tho 8th day of
I une, Ta rea l by the Sheriff this u. m.
The'cveniuf: Tplegraph says the prisoner
received tiiu announcement quleify.eeciu
insrly unmoved, lie!-.. i l.'-'ytold
his cmil'essor that he iielinvcd that'ls.t.h
was the only expiation for his crime?,
and he was i!linj to suffer. No person
except his confe-sor will hereafter ho al
lowed to meet him, To-duy thrco years
igo, Probst landed in this couutry.
1'novirKScr'il. I., May 12.
Thu uniall fate of Davenport, Mason &
'o.'s Taunton, New Bedford Si New York
I'xprcss was thrown off tho steamboat
train on the Stoninjrton railroad last night
between Kjst Greenwich and Westerly
It wio found this morninrr robbed of its
contents, the value of which is yet un
known, Thero nro about twenty Republican
journals of Pennsylvania who are sup
portlnp with vifror and effect tho restoro
tiin policy of President Johnson.
.iu'n Linni'v, r.-iys a o?u autlior.
..., - w'll true ,Vi0 inaiurity against Had-1
iVi'iMji C LUiP'T '
The Latest News!
TBIAE, Of JKl'r. DAVIS.
The trial of Jefferson Davis, before a
civil tribuual, has been finally determined
on. An indictment has been found
against him, and ho will be arranged be
fore the U.'S. Circuit Court, sitting at
Norfolk, Chief Justice Chase, with Dis
trict Judge Underwood presiding.
It is intimated that the Chief Justice
would most gladly, have avoided the du
ty of presiding at this trial, and that this
w the real reason of his declining to en
tcrtain tho ease up to this time The tii
al will place him in an awknrd and cm
b.irrasing attitude, for be will be trying,
on a charge of treason, a man for doing
that which he hitn.-clf thrcatosed to do in
1360 that U, resisting the authority of
the United Statu.
' Another Negro Outrage.
F;iec!al Dlijiatch to the r.ciublicin.
New Orleans, May 22.
Last night one of tlx negro soldiers at
Greenville entered Peter Stanllg's grocery
store, and refused to pay the boy in
charge. Stanlig and wife in passing
through to tho front door wcro fired at
by all six of the soldiers. Mrs. Stanliir
will probably dio. The Colonel of a
Texas regiment said ho would shoot the
I uuiltv parties on the snot if found. To-
day out negro soldier was arrested as the
guilty party. Stanlig is a well known
'ra Collector of Jefferson parish.
Tbo Fire fo New York.
New York, May 22.
Medical (.'ollcfc: lorn Sl'O.OO'i.
J.o. s by the burning of St. James
I.uthern Church 800,000; partially insur
ed. Li'js of Col. l;rD?ior, restaurant keeper,
SIS.00U; no iiiruiratiee.
1 i'o jh ut the Worchester factorv.
which was nut "rent I v mi nnv
cied bv insurance.
Thc'buildin-. So. V22 and 124 Third
avrnue, occupied by various parties, were
destroyed, hnjb cjin-idciabie
The total Io.? will uot exceed if it
.reaches mo million.
l'WS and (tsf p.
: w Your:, M.y M.
i Wi. .J.
sava Miat .' r. .
I II. ililllll J
It. i Ml livv
nor.iin.'.t nn as (V
me fir the Third
..r tf In
Marvbtid. in place nf Mr. Tin'ev, reicct- i
o 1 bv t io .leu.i':, was tent to the ion ite
the President has nominated Mr I.o
can. lather of tlen. Lnnan, Marshsi fu ho
southbi'ii DiiuLt of Illinois, vice L. L
The leasou for removi'i" United State
Cuuns from Norfolk to Iticlunond be
c.nna there i no fit place in -Norfolk to
lie in tiiem.
Preparations arc making to i;sue 5300
nnenv,.i;... .,.,. : ,.,., i..,
,w.,,i ,, vu, , tiio ,,f., iu tart,
!.,., ( c;.:i... '. . ,...:n....i
vr, (I i-llltllUt ..U.U'lillV 111 .IllUU.l'il
.tii'l to be cancelled.
Smith, of the late
rebel navy, h.ii been pirdonud on tho re
uLimeuJiition of e'euators Stewart, Ns
.McDi'ti'.'all, Iluwari), Chandler and uili
er.; u!fo Henry A. llroL-au. otficer in the
rebe'l army on reeomniendation of Sena
tor HcnJerson and linn. II. 1. Bluw.
Government M'ood limned.
At.t-iandkia, .May 'J2. About 9.000
cords of wood were burned last niulit
The fire wu-t exnn uished this uiorniti''.
About Hit' Co I tutt CroDi "
AuocsTA, 'ia., May 20.
Newiiriircr accounts from Texus. Lou.
isiatn:, Mi.-sistippi, Teiin., Alabama, tjeor-
ami ,N Di ih
lowiii' crun of
rotton a seriously unpaired by told
weather, heavy rains and the oreillow of
the cotton lands, and the stands b id,
Defective teed, in a ureat measure is the
causo of the failure. Tho crowing cot
ton is looUin; yellow and sick. Not
more thnn a third of a crop will bo real
ized, as planters throughout the countrv
are plowing up bad stands ana planting
corn. Tho estimated crop cannot exceed
ono half million bales
Terrific Storm Damage Doue.
KocntsTJ-n, N. . May 20.
There was a terrific storm in this city
this aftornopn, of wind, rain and hail, ac
companied with thunder and liuhtning
A number of buildings wero unroofed,
Awn'mj-s wero torn down, and glass was
broken to the extent of many thousands
of panes. In some of tho publ o build
ins, churches, Sic, scarcely a whole pane
of plass was left A number of persons
r. s. ie,.u, ci as injured. The dmnagc to
property is very laro. The storm ap
jufsred to be local in its character, ,and
lusted but a few niiimt:s.
It is said of the Kev. John 31. John
son, a' ministor of tho Baptist Church,
who died in Pik'o county, Mo., on the
2lith ult., that during the lat nineteen
years of bis life he travelled 27,94? miles
in tho dischargo of his ministerial duties,
and preached 2.822 sermons. u r.v.nn
.of three a week durin- tha pcljd, and
received as compensation lor his services
'81,205, or about 8tll,!:0 a vcur
CSFl' TUB HOT.
Webster's fJnubril cd Dictionary.
V.EV II.LUHTHTilCD KDITIOW
i l Thoroughly rorlcd nn.l muth rnl.irR.t. Orcr
3,000 fine ngravtmri. It a wd nK, Inaiinm
isblc icqulMtv tot evi'f Intclllircnt r.inillv.
It cuin iln 10.000 WOltbS auii MIMN'lXOS
not touiul In oilier Dictionaries,
tt i; now Icttcvp I lo be tiy Tar the moit com
i1cte, uifol, iiikI atlffclor,r tlictlonarr of tho
lmij;ii.ik'i cer mllulirii. as It l hy far the larg
ist jingle volume ever Isiucd In any lnngunge.
Thi' '(ifejjlon of any other EnglLh Diction
ary, it nny irevlom eilillon of t!il, cannot eoni
peniato for the wunt of thli very full and cora
tlete one. In lt trc;nt ncrf.-eic.t Hate it must
loni!tciii.iln the DEjT ENOM.SII DICTIONARY
and once (o-'csscJ, renmlnof conttant and abid
In ene vot. t,S10 Itoyal Quarto Paitci.
Putluholby O. & C. MKRUIAM,
May 1 1, nu 20. Springfield, .Mom.
w. r. cir.ns, Pnlnt w. . rum, fit. Eonli.
R. o. nes, J Charlei I. m. riciD,tXc Ybtk
GIBBS; FIELD 8b ROSS,
St. Charles, Mo,
CLOTHS, CiSSIMRES, SIT-
FLA iViV E L S, ZIXSEYS,
500,000 Lbs, Wool
ror whict caih will be paid, or our manufactured
OinO, l-'IULO A ROSS,
may 4, 1Si8. Sin
WOOLEN. FA)T ORY.
Corner Main & Chauncy Streets
ST. CIIARLKS, MISSOURI.
FAULE WALTON Co.,
at alt timcj prepared to fillerdcrj for
0-4 FULL'!) CLOTHS.
0-1 MKKIXO CLOTHS,
V L A X X C L S,
(of all color,.)
CARPETS, FIGURED COVERLET:
All Wool Bltnhjs,
Stvntiifj Yarns, Eic.
.o r. I or w'uicli n. i.n Ite l.: r.ttc Vi.a
Cu..!it- ir. l ,r. i.rr:. v,. j l
I ri .e jaia lit oui
St. Chnvlcs .llisouri,
JTY the aid of the oxpirlcncrl ra"lirrlch'-,
-M-r-.r- A. K, IU'.-ram ant M. r..!il . f ":
I." !!". I have juvitcidfd in pulling up n NEW
Mtl.l.on Main and Jacltio-" ireitt, supcr.or io
any in St. I'hjilci, thcuU're I nm enablid Io lur
null I'tlilJ. oftlic list qiulity, hieh 1 war
.nit tu give allifacttnn. Jr". X. KUEMEU.
1 1 V 1.' ii i s n3tl'
ST 13 A 31 MILL,
CHMS'lOi-ll WKEKE, Proprietor,
ScconU Street, St. Charles, Mo,
KEPI'S con'Untly on Lit, I all kin'N of flour,
coin meal, brae, ihort and lip :uCT. .
,iC The bigbeit mtrku tjrlce ii.ii.l lor Corn
ULil Wheat. foLW-ly.
Luuls I'Ucrcr. Louis I'nulstloh.
Li.si:ui:n k f.u l.siicH,
And Dealers iu
Beady Made Clothing
1IAT3, CAPS, tie
Main Street, Opposite A.i.t rican Iluttst
hT. CHARLES, MO.
February 9 JSCS n7 Ijr
C. II. lilaustermeir. Vlcnllue Moore.
FIRST NATIONAL S.1L00N.
KL.irSTCU.DEIR & MORE'S
Oppoitto the Cjurt House,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI,
Keep; constantly on hand the best Liquors, the
choicest lureign nnd native wioei and Ircch beer
February 9 1S06 ly
NEW YORK SALOON.
GERMAN BERT i'lCT, Proprietor.
Near the North Mistourt Railroad Depot,
ST. UIIAKLES, MO.
THIS laloon U furnldied with two blll'ardi,
and keepi on hand tho belt kind oflnger
Deer, Wine, and Uquori. Oyiteri raw, itcwed
or tried at all houn. teb. 9 ISfifl n'ly
PHILLIP Z0LLJ1AN, Proprietor,
Comer of Sixth and Clay Street,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI.
THIS Homo hnvlns been Kewly Farni.'bed
for tie accommodation of Ibe trivclllng j;ub
He. would n ot reiinetful'y solicit a thare of the
puMt. jntronjje. Jo.irders will a'wajifind jood
LeJ acd flrt rto coart. A very lar wai-cn
yr l ut 1 mbla aro also itttt.hed to thlj tvwz
ntfiarj ' I'.s c lyr
DRUG & BOOK
Jrji Street, Sairit Charles, Mo.,
(oppottle Kllnger.a Mill,)
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Lamps
Books and Stationery.
Guns and Pistols.
I fl"n now receiving a well jolccted atcek of
O UNS, PISTOLS & AMMUNITION
At iny Dm; nnd Book Store, otino'ttc Kllngoi'i
mill, on main Mrcct, St.CLatlc, which 1 will sell
'OH CASH, I Invito attention to
TV ttifc. T. L. I'.IVIIS.
fcl. Cinrlcf, may 4, 1S6S gm
"New Grist MiffsT
Tun nnsT a:i cheapest, with bo;i
ln; Cheit, Elevalore, l-miittm.etc.aUonoiio
aoor. rorlallc, any good man can jmt tLeta up.
COIR, INT IVtlLLS
Foi one to foar hcr.e pf.rcr. jmt such m eiery
launcr w.iiit, ,ini ' mul il.vnp.
Mil Slun.j, luitrli l).ilnB Colli!, nnd all kind
of Mill rninlthrn. I.catliu Beltlcj; f our u.n
ikar.uiatriuic, H:iH.t Eclt'.n', ito.
51. l.ml .Utlt I-unil:.lilii laniit'actiii!ii';
Ci-mpauy. i;. ,t ''. TODD A Co.
iiuy I, 1608. 8ai i'n.pricurj.
.'i. 1 TOIUtS' V A: CO.
WhoIcalc nnd Retail dcalerj in
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Periodicals & Cheap Publications;
No. V) N roiirlh tt. eppnl;e t!i" Curt llouic,
.SI. Louis. Dio.
Order? f.om the coun'ry promj.ily utendfd to.
and fn.wjriod as qnlik i-- I,v ,-,nv ntlut u'jate iu
St. LtJif. .lj'itl 1.1.
J. J. DALY,
lVhoIrsnlt Stationer. lioolveitcr Prln
tcr. ntatik lluok .Manuucturcr
EOOK IUM)i:HS MA7EIUALS,
Si. HjOU:, J?.,
cu tonctj cm n'.y up n u'.t.i'i in.; povl
" ' '..ir. ti . . .'rs: ' the t m
Irr '. a J ii.,ii!t k; th . I v l ' eli::';.'. r: k I l.y tin
!.. '"T uir':t'i pri -eO n!"n'!::r h. :-! in tin-
Itnle, " li.nl. iiuiiili't.itijiu;, j'u-1 ur eu
j lev.en 'he 'm.fl: d a.) K'!c" ' .f, t, , !. r, !4...
Jut heuij or "hi ip I, nr. I ff.'l con!i.tiii" wseip-i.t
U ifti. .iu'.l. eve : thrr'i ;'i ihe a,c liuin I lift
'i r or 'puilcui ar-tj!i.. Ti.'a r. .ult g .it
il.l 1,'utain be jurch"r,g nil cur (.""! fvr
Ci.li, (!,rc t trcin the iu.innMeiuier, aii'l lj l..v
Ins; a crfiJfntl.il nr;cn: in I,w Yurk. Vh'ii
!t.,. w IcIks v, i he in.irkit) i.mnot l e vlleil.
Our irrjnm.'n with Ihe lli't.rn l'ajer mil!'
aretueh a to i-uable if to cll.-r 1'Hjer nt a vtry
!v ni i-in ii.inu!.ictuiir. i'iitc-, and w't
Ku- w "nr mc tuwer than eay ctlcr l.oajc
ii h'i Wi.it.
v.'c 'seep 'or the acammnjation of enr eujlorn
en a .upjily of Mebter Kl nitiUry. MefaalTy'e
f'.ti:, Mctrop"l:an nn'l lluieii's -Ipeller.', n'tii
Wttjiem Speller- nn I Dcfinen: U'disitrj Diitien
nr'er, Mc'juS;. ' KiftietOM nu 1 iir e'eric) .-4.1-drr.-',
Metropollian nvA '.'arUti.in Srotlui.' T.ia
ilcri! Mi'rhetl'., O'neyn, Sm'.tli'i, Culton an I
ri'ih'i (ini drne'l'i Oi jras hil-i lta ', li.nun'
aii'l Col bin n' Arilhni'li .'! Wil"mV Qti iihir.l.i.'.
inj Fre.icu Aneiint an I n.udi-rn ilii"rn.i
Smliir. nn.l Greeiic' Graiiitu irV, lhiyni .ml
Dunton'i iponetfim, nml plain copy UiA, and
tlher .'iindnul Soliovl H'wUt.
We will fill any td.r ft Type, Printer! InV,
B',nli!, l'-;rioJL'al , it any other artio es which
cm Ik 'hippo I wliu u pi.oil j at tli li v.c '. rate.'
ut which llivy can he procured in tho citj .
Tu i:iuic g io'Ij l eins .eiil i-irrectly, be piitie
u!ar a tu (li.-c'ri..iun, n l doiuaiu tie route ' I
hlpn.ent preftrrel. All c'oJj will bj puhod
'lih ;rcat care, thu actual coit of ckcs and car
tace only boini; added o t'..e bill. Wj do cot ia
turi C'odj unliMi pi -HHy ,iir."tcd to dj o.
OrlirJ frurn the c.r.ntry' pr'Tiptly f'lr.i. Sen 1
fur a ejiah,go tu JOUK .1. U.Vl.Y,
Pt.ttiT r, l'rint'T an 1 Win!. Du'iU injn,tlacturer,
i'ou'.lii'.wt mr.ior Tilth mid l'iii" "wl!,
m.iy 4, Sia s AIN'T I.OI.'Fi
It- M. l-'ry.
BOGY 8b FRY,
Commission & Forwarding
No. 17 S. Main & IS fomtscrcial Sts.
Cone Flour Mills and otlier Draudu.
February 'i ISf.S c rix limp
EMPIRE SAW WORKS.
Established in 1854.
riURTIS AN'D CO. MANUFACTUREIlS OF
1 in...-. . i
i nwui uruunn, ina erery aeieripiion 01 war
ranted beit refined east elect Saw.. Wotki Main
ahoro Florida street. Office and salesroom No.
O Olir street, t. Louis. Prompt and careful
attention siren to repairing Saws.
Agents for Stone's Patent Saw Gumtner, pro
nounced by praeiical sawyers "the best in me,"
Patent Cross Cat (Drug) Sawing Machines, with
which as much cord wood can be cut by two men
with two horses, as ten men can chop In same time.
It Is equally advantageous for getting cat stares
and single blocks. Prices fi;3 and $150
nay 4, 1 S63 8u
.UATT. R, CULLEIV,
Kumher 63 Xorth Fifth Street,
Oppoilte Mercantile library,
Mt. Louis, itlo.
BOOK SBLUER & STATIONER.
Orit' s frcra t'i entry '.'icp'ly J't-tdi te
inusryl Irffi c! I?
ANDFORO G, SCARRIT
PIT R N I T U RjE .-p
No. 4ft.Bfrkct Ktrert, Kaar tost stntt;
st. Louis, niMri,
THE undersigned hat Just opened a aonerta
aisbitoient of Furniture, eonsl(tlnt(pt,t ,r
Sofas, Cintre Talks, Chain, dc.
rininfr Room Furniture,
Extension Table;, Sideboard, Common Lesf
Table, Chair, As.
BID ROOU FURNITURE,
Pillows, Bolsters, dc.
Together ftlHi a
Of etcf-tnt, comm.in A medium farntturc, wbleh
he nill sell ut tho very lowest prices,
Wholesale nnd Retail.
ri . ivmv j unit urn
ly upon thvirfj.'Od. Mr. pncketl nj th-sy hra!J
"v. "'fiiiB uu r.ttiitv(4 WiUi 1TUU1I1 TO aiVlQ4
profit-", ornl comprtfitively small cxpenjcs, rtt
vrhh nncsttrilctl t.-.-llltl. t,. ,.nil n-f 'u
Ctir.AP. Vail nnd sec. '
SANKOUI) a. SCAHrtITT,
No. U market Street. St. Louis
K. E M O V 13 X.
II. I tt O U H E T
HAVIXO CtOiEI) HIS OLD STAND a'.l'o.
132 mih s'.reet. Ln oocned a SEW E3
No. 9 North Fourth Street.
st. lows, no.
H1 nr.T! rtore his l-tn fitted cp in t alyle of
cle-stue uiiriirpairiil by any hoie of the kisl
1.1 the T.'nl, and has lein fursUhed with fctery
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
D1AM0XD3, lVATCIIES, JEWELBT.
CLOCKS AX SILVEIt WARE
ivcry vatlfly and jujllty and cf the lery la.
He 1 nvjarcd to n.rf p'eeicu, Mnr., rsalie ti
r all ini nt .S'.'.Vfi' ir,irr mirf Jf.iir verk It J
11 j'tiilfttll rit.alr j'nr XKittha vud Jtatlt.
Ian IS. .:.
W hilt nliall and Chapman,
IiF.AI.PKS I.V ALL KINDS QT
Tath-s n.nd ShinerlcH9
A'ro, Manufacturer of
hash, noons, BLINDS, c.
Lntnbcr Yard K Ilroadway, ?ah I'aettty
.hi.'. 1'I.nun; Mill, Lucnst etreot, between ThirJ
an' fourth. ST. I.OUIS, MO.
All kinds nf drcs-el lumber, rnnuldlng, cs
'i.in.l. LaiWinj- uf all kin U inJ job work .
'1 to .Tan. 6. tel. ly
Xcu' Wholesale Dvuk Ho line
No 113 Main St. Cornrr ot AVuLlnjtcn
Aveuuc ST. I.Ot;i-; MO.
FRESH G00DS& LOW PRICES
I hare !-, store and are !ai'y reselticg
Ijrpe and full a-.urtnii nt of all such ar:icl
usually i;ipt ty
To which we call the attention of I.
roTiii:. vines &. geveiul deal
i:US IN THE tOl'Yl'RY &. tm.
Onr entire strck was bonghl when p.-ctJ
At lltrir Lowest & Gold At 130,
Thereby eniblin? us to defy ell competition.--buyer,
wi'l do i c 1 1 to giro us a call.
SfOTT ti- Mellier,
No. 143 North Main t; St. Louis.
January ii I 80 ni six m.
Frank Von l'hul, A. V. Sugratn,
C. U. Francl.
VON PHUL SAUGRAIN & CO.
AND DFALERS IN
Llmr, Cemeit, riaslrr Paris, It.
No. 42 North Second Street,
Warehouse, N. 118 North Levee.
February 3 I8JS n sll Urn
GRAY & GUBRDABf,
South ait Corner of
MARKET AND SECOND STREETS,
and 82 North Fourth Street,
g1. ,oMis, Miwwnri
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