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iii, May VI, ISM. I
IVt compliance with the. wishes
number of citizens tHrou1nnil th' ''
the Conservative t'uion O.nveiitifii. up
pointed tn lie lu-lil in H. I.oiii:. on Wed
nesday, .luneti, i hcicliy p-l 1 In
Wednesday, July '',
K. . HKOWN. IV i.
A nil k.n It. Smith. Scc'y.
Will pay fr the Herald '
flwtiljy of.liitinary next: We a.k mir
friend in Ml parts. if the "''y -pistus
in incirayini: mir liM i
Club ..I ten SI", ! n '"py '"'-"
...... u.t... .,.-i mi ilio club: Termi
oaph ill advance:
0tau,liin.i':i I'rui willa-cepl -mi tlt.itil.
for the ncemid IU of new :;ub-ci iIvr.-.-
So alie.n1, friend until every man in
ymir urm.iitanee lia. netted for the llutal.l.
ItW-Tlic l'rinliiiL' I'ic-sb need nil In
make it work easy t lit: piinler cannot
labor without lucid ami meat tn tinuri.ili
liim ami lb paper maker won't n il bile
paper u ilcxi h pay. v:At in aMvanee.
You can nlw.iVh tell fiom tin advcrli-.-
inc columns of a imw.'ipaper tlio.-o who 1
the forgot bur-incus ami ."ell llict-licupe:-!,
The rcon nt' energy ami indmlry, wlm i-
dctcrniincd to outstrip all competitor.,
always wants the public to know what be
has for unlo. Look through the column
of your county papers and make your no
Tho Bxhibilion at the rinse of the.
Spring and Summer term of this popular
institution cloned '.ant I ucfilay cvemii,
The forge hall was lilled lull, yea. crowd
ed, while many could not gain admittance.
The exercises ctmtialcd in Orations', Hea
ding, Vocal and In.stumental music and
wiouii other things gotten up by the
wholwi, which were amusing and inter
eating. There was some very '.nod Kpeak
iog from several young men and boys
who have been in attendance duiin'j the
Tho young Misses pet formed their part
exceedingly well, and all tilings wcic
conducted upon the strictest older and
decorum, except a few whiatlitig boyu in
he back part of the hall.
Tho catalogue of the institution is now
ready, and wo notice that the number of
male students is 60 and the female 50 -total
Tho Hoard of Trustees are 15. Crump.
President; F. Wing, Treasurer, dl. C.
W. Parker, Secretary; and W. I. Mnnrc,
J. 11. Miller, J. W. Sydnor, J. l. find
The Lincoln Academy has beeniue a
permanent and fixed institution, limn
which id dealt out to the ynuth nl'nur
county n syHlcin of tdiieatinu which is
lasting and good. Mr. .lone., the Princi
pal, is faithful Hiid untiring in his labor
to bring all who arc placed under hi.
charge to that point which ulevatcn ami
ennoblcH the mind. His instruction ,
uiild and decisive, and all must obey his
roilcs or leave the school.
Notics of the commencement of tin.
Fal.l and Winter term will bu given in
Ureal Eieitomtut i ercatcd at tin;
ntoro of Parker and Hutt over the targe
etaek of new goods just received, which
for beauty and liehnes.s surpase.-. all for
mer puruhaFed. JS'ow U the time to buy
while goods are cheap and everybody
who warns a new cunt, dress pan Is tr shirt
ought to buy it now before trices up.
Tho dog have btew slaughtering tho
bheep in Pike county, 111, The Vhuficld
Jhtnot rut says Hull ami lluldwiu lad rc
" cenlly six bucks kMled by dogs, for five
of which (uicrinocs) they paid last full
aiticcc. For the sixth they hail been
ciAcredluU. They had sheared linui him,
onr season'n jrowth, Iwetity four pounds
of woof. St. Iiouis ilfpnblieun.
Wc invito attention tn the ailvetli.e-
niviitn Sl,r0 per year ami PU a month
KmI wbat Alex J. P. tiaresirhe says
Therciis'iio use forfthe friendu of tho
Pntb' oath to attempt any longer to hold
it up;iilhw,v hen there is evidence of tho
highest authority of its unconstitution
ality. Mr. (larcschc, whoso case has
been before tho IJ. 6. Court, and who
has been misrepresented in the St.
Louii Itcmocrat, replies in the Republi
can, and the following is the closing part
of his letter.
"The iiucsliotifl involved are, therefore,
fcuhmitlcd In the Court, and will soon
pass through the crucible of I heir opin
ion"." No compulsion then im
pel') me, when I reassert it that the oath
has been voU;d on, has Iccn Jnuhd ilk
ijttt, for reasons which annul It fur every
cum ot the community, ami that at tho
next term of the Supreme Court svth mill
In' tltrtlni i'ilon.
I icpe.it I hen my appeal to civvy vutrr
of the Shite, tn lake this nath, if his con
M'icucc permit him, ;iml if not, to oiler
his vnie, ami not nuly sue the reckless
nllieer wlm lel'itncs it, hut insist nu its
lnMiit leieiwd ;it least :is u rejected vole.
I'nles-. .it the .'ipprnat'liiiig cleolimi the ic
tuniH enme in mueh mnic lapiilly tliiin
lieielnni, tin- ilci'i.-niii "I I lie ( unit will
be known bel'nic! tin: i --n 1 1 - ol the elec
tion, and llill.-i wrnlis cill lie lighted.
ai.i;. .i. iMiAiii.'sciii:.
Sl. Louis, . I one !, I Mill,
Iilir.il Pllll'.- Wc.iu-iin slate fur llnw
who do not umluist.iml, that wc charge
" cents a hue tn r'gulai a'lvertiseis,
and 'JO eeiiN a line In It'iiueieul ciLilnmcrs
Inr pull's in the lm-al eoluiu.i. - Louisiana
Prorrrilfiigs of a Merlin at An burn,
The citizens of I'nioii luvn.-liii, Lin
cnlii county, Mo,, held a meeting at Au
burn mi tin: 'Jlilh nil., .Limes licid, Sen.,
presided, and Mr. S. 11. McKay tided as
Sceittiry. 'I'he fnllowiu, geullcmau
,viv selected I'lnin the several tovnliii
of the county to I'-prccut tho Conserva
tive I'nir ii p.uly in the Cniieutinn tn be
held in St. .Louis mi the Hid nl'.luly next.
Union Township James Hei.J, II.
II. Mauiiic, ('apt. Timjjiic, T. I. S.inl'ni.l.
Ill lilili'ANB ll.ivid Keid, Mr. Welch,
Cid. W. (i. Fiuley, Mr. Chas Kinley.
MnXKiii: dipt. Wader, Itnhl. Kicks,
Judgu Lovell, 11. W. Il.ir.le-ly.
W.w Kill. V -.ludgu Shaw, Silas Tur
ner, Sam'l Updcnivc, S.un'l jMntley.
Mli.i.Hdon li'iehai'il Wnmmaek, (!.
A. Palmer, J. W. .lamisuu, II. C. Clan:.
l!i:irnun- Cnl. C. W. Parker, Clum.
V. Porter, V. Wing, .1. W. Wilhemw.
Cl.AUK- Inol ltlank, .1. 11. Urittun,
T..I. W light, .1. M. Heady.
I U. I ill K -.1. II. Mudd, .Inhu Mnraii.
Wright Nichnls, Ucv. Air. Cunningham,
(.'n motion of Mr. McKay a resolution
wai unaiiimnusly adopted, pledging our
unqualified and hearty emlnrsuient and
supinrt of the Prcsiccnt in his liberal
and patriotic policy for the restoration of
the Union as enunciated in his veto mes
sages nl' (he Fieedmeu'a liureau and Civ
il Ili"hls bill.
A inniion was adnptcd authorizing the
President and Secretary to procure the
services nf sonic geullcmau to address us
at a fiituiu meeting, at wh'ch time we
prnpn:D lu ui n.ini.o a .loliiison Club.
On mntimi ihe ineeling adjourned In
meet again nu (he L'nd Saturday in July.
S. II. Mi'K.W.Sec'y.
The i.cpulilicau press of 1'euusylvuiiia
ue gradually leaving Thad, Slevcus am!
s ili.-uiiinu paily, and are are falling in
lo Ihe support nf President Johnson and
his policy inrc.-tore the Union. Among
ocr Itcpnbliean exchanges, wu notice the
Wowing ihjitarc labnting with vigor in
siippurt of Ihe administration : Philadel
phia J to Hi jWws, Halon Jmmutl, (letlys
burg ,'iitiml, Sonicij-et lltrultl, (jrccus
burg lintlil, Huntingdon O'loU; Miiu
&:niii(l, and Indiana A'. jitter. 'I here
ire nt hers, wc understand, making in all
Uaii. 11a.mii.iun lias in the press of
her puplishors, Messrs. Ticknorfc Fields,
uoslon, a new volume specially adapted
to summer reading., and bearing Ihe ta
king title of 'hummer Host." Most of
the articles in (his volume are now for
the first time printed, and will be found
cijual lo uny of the author';, most brilliunt
essays, iialiearnassus i ppears again on
the carpet; and his exploits in the way
of gardening and other domestic matter
are made very amusing, (lull Hamilton
is never dull. Posr,c:tcd of a sharp and
ready wit, speaking boldly, and that loo
upon tnpics wherein women have bceu
siiyposcil to have but little interest, she
has already gathered about her ati audi
ence, which, by its hearty appreciation of
her v ritings, attests tho truth of many of
her convictions. The siieccsu nf her va
rious volumes of essays has been without
a parallel ; in fact she is the moot success
ful writer ul'thu day,
The New Ynil. Post OHicc. forwauUOO
t i - ot mail in.itUr tvciv 't hour...
MAP AND DUMB ASYLl'M.
This Institution located iu our midst
having, been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished inside and outside, presents
uti air of neatness and cleanliness, which
is realy refreshing.
Some sixty children are now in attend
ance and iiccomndations are now making
to receive all who may apply.
A work-shop will bu erected during
the present season, 30 by CO feet, two sto
ries high, so that, boys will leave the In
stitutinu tint only intelligent citizens, but
prepared with a uselul trade to support
them-elvos, and be useful men in the
community in which they may reside.
No parent having a mute child should
keep il from the benefits of thu noble
Institution, under the mistaken idea, so
often prompted by affection for the uti
fortunate one, "that no one could be so
kind :u those who love it at home."
Here they have a delightful home, and
soon they have a language with which
they may not only communicate tlnv
wants, but enjoy themselves in converse
lion with their comrades.
Tim Legislature having made liberal
appropriations for this Institution, the
Hoard of Commissioners hope to make it
not only a blessing to the unfortunate
uiutc, but an ornament to the State.
Priil". W. M. Kerr and his excellent la
dy Mill stand at the head of the Ihstitu
lioti,.assiatod ably by Mr. H, P. KiiVe
naugh, I!. T. (Jilkey, .Mrs. Cilkey and
Mrs. Kerr, making up a board of Teach
ers, which for ability and industry, is un
surpassed by any similar iii"titutioii in
the country. Fulton Teh-graph,
All Arab Horse for Missouri.
J. J. P. Johnsnii, of Fulton, Missouri
proposes to iuipme the bleed of horses
in this State by eroding the pre.-ent
stuck with pure arabs. lie suggests, that
a company be organized tn si-euro a pure
Arabian horse to bci:iu with. His prop
When sixtv shares arc taken, at fifty
dnllars cadi, I will furnish the balance.
and go In Arabia, and there select the
best hnrsi! I can liml, and bring him tn
Central .Missouri, where he shad be kent
nt least livo years, if ho lives, each share
nan ruiimo i no uuKicr to nrccil one
mare annually, tree of charge, Inr live
vears, thereby getting: fic .Vabitiii colts
I'nr lif'iy dnllar-i, iii-lcad nf pawn:; niie
Immltcd dnllars each, which is the Inwcst
liuuvean Arabian, nl'puiv Llnud, was ever
si mil Inr. I In: advantages nf my plan
erenbious. Stockholders will not only
secure their celts Inr comparatively until-in-.-,
but they will be the nniy ones wlm
can breed by hiui for five years, at ihe
-.spiratinii nf which time their cults will
be old enough for breeding purposes ami
A letter from the Cherokee county,
Texas, to the New Orleans Time, states
that om: source nf wealth of that section
of the state, which will be fully develo
ped at no distant day, is its capacity for
producing the grape: Tho writer adds:
There N lilllc doubt that the lime will
come when this country will rival '.he
Hhinc or any nf Ihe grape producing
countries of Kuropo in its vintage: The
climate and soil are admirably adapted
In the growth of the vine: The wild grape
grnws in the most magnificent luxuriance:
There are many varieties, but the finest
is that variety "generally called here the
post oak grape: It is ol a rich purple
color, grows very large in heavy clusters,
and is a pleasant tasted fiuit tor table.
its flavor is very similar to tho Catawba.
and is tich and juicy: It ripens about
the tirs I ol August, when it may be gath
crcd in the fotcsts by the wagon load:
The Crows. The Lagrange, Lewis
county Mo; American r.ays that the wheat
crop in (hat section will be almost n u.tal
I'ailuic, whole fields of wheat, whkh a
few weeks since promised well, nrw that
it h, heading out arc nearly a!' 1; t, and
many farmers have plough . up Jieir
fields and put in corn. The oat i rop will
be light, (irass is very fine, and prom
ises an unusually large yield.
San Irancisco, Cahlornia, June 8, A
Portland, Oregon, dispatch says that the
Union majority iu Oregon is bO'J with
four counties to hear from. The State
Senate .stands 1-1 Union lo 8 Democrats.
Hoth parties claim a majority in tho low
er House. The total vote is 22,2000.
DitoWNJ'i) ;A man named Drown,
while going to Jefferson city iu charge of
the Sheriff of Linu county, jumped ,into
the river. The irons on him were enough
tosiiik him, and ho was not accu again.
The prospect of a good fruit crop in
tho vicinity of Juliet, Illinois, was never
more promising than at present; The
same is true of tho section r.urrounding
Mt, Vernon iu the same state.
A gentleman in the village nf Jelfer
Min, Wisconsin, went In a More one day
and purchased two pound:, of CnlfW, and
iu it wjj found a diiiuotid wenh 51,000.
Judge T. J. (!. Fag makes a Speech.
The Hadical Judge of thh Circuit, hai
made a speech. He was present at a
Radical meeting in Ir.tnton on the 24th
of May. Tho following is an extract
from his speech which wc take from tho
F.nterpriso, the Hadical paper printed at
1 ronton. Hemember that the Judge ad
vises his friends to use tho Hayonet.
And, remember, that tho Conservative
men of Missouri who support the Presi
dent, tho Union and tho U.,8. Constitu
tion, want to use the ballot without the
At Ihe close of Mr. Hush's speech,
Judge T. J,C. Faggwas called for, came
forward, and u.au one of the best speech
es wu ever beard. He began by showing
that the Conservative party of this day
; have taken up tho light where the rebels
surrendered, that the doctrine ol fctate
llights now so loudly contended for is
the same idea which caused thu rebellion
that President Johnson was t traitor to
hi party and advocate of tk) doctrine
ihii h cost us so much blood -ntid treas-
me lo overcome. He said he could have
Ire-ipect for a rebel who had the courage
t.t tight Inr his opinions ho had rcpcct
Inr the lion on account of his coinage,
but u pcrk-ot contempt for one nl t!ice
cowardly kicking jackasses'. Lc.iing
National politics bu spoku for some time
in vindication ol t lie policy ol the judic
al party of this State, and showed con
clusively that it was the party of prom-ess
and safety. The Con-crvalive or
"peace party'1 he denounced as traitors
and ruffians, and that while they cried
pcaca they weio attempting to create
another revolution. He closed by advi
sing Hadical men to meet these disloyal
platers on the stump, at tho ballot box.
beforn the registering ollieer, and wi7i
( Ji-ijtniit, which advice was received
with cheers, that showed that tho Hadical.-'
of this part of the country were ready
to follow the advice.
'It.iro word t lir.ivc wctMl lli-ftcv, my
I); 1 iciil'l M i.-li till- t:iYi-m wrr my iltum."
An cnthuM.tstio temperance man in
Vermont writes tn one of the papeisthat
he thinks the hanging qf two rumscller.
woubl stop liquor selling in the State.
There are statutory objections to tij tng
his plan at present.
Iu some part? nf tho West, the cgjso''
praire chickens arc gathered and sold,
contrary tn the game laws. The posse-
sinii of the eggs, as well as tho sale of
them, is a punishable oflcncc iu several
Another new bnunut is nut a common
white handkerchief parsed over the top
nf the head and tied under tho throat,
with a wreath of roses in the shape of a
hnrse-.-hoe on the tup. So says J I mo.
Mcniorcst for May.
A Cineinnatti, paper says that a peach
grower iu that vicinity has ten thousand
trees, and will gel perhaps ten bushel nl'
fruit. On a lull crop he would have re
ceived a prolit oft n thousand dnllars at
thu minimim price.
Krfrks Wc are surprised that pom
enterprising man does not burn brick here
rfiis season: Two hundred thousand
could be sold in a few weeks.
Col. J no. II. Chiisty, member of Con
gress elect from the Athens district of
Georgia, has just distributed a car load nf
provisions to destitute constituents iu
Alliens and vicinity.
A party uf 21 gentlemen in Caldwell
'nunty, N. Carolina, have just returned
from a great squirrel hunt. Half of the
number exhibited one thousand three
hundred scalps, and the other exhibited
nineteen hundred and sixty six. The
largest number killed by oue mau was
eight hundred and twenty seven.
The festival and ball lately held at
St. Joseph, Mo. iu aid of the widows and
orphans of the South, netted 81.50U, and
contributions collected in the s.iuio eitv
amount to S.'iOU more.
From Cairo v
Hjicctul ItUptcU to the Uriulillcan.
Caiuo, June 11.
Tho election yesterday at Mound City,
for city officers, resulted overwhelmingly
in lavor ol tho Democrats. Thoro were
majorities for the full Democratic ticket.
Dr. Casscy was elected Mayor, and Win.
Hainblcton Tieasurcr. All local elec
tions in Southern Illinois Hhow Demo
eratie gains of from fifty to one hundred
por cent, on last year's vote.
Ono hundred and fifty Fenians arrived
from below last night, and proceeded
eastward by rail, making a very fdiort de
lay hero. A train was all ready for
them when they arrived hero.
W. II, 1illon, a Huflalo printor, and a
Mrs. Martin, wife of a brother typo, clop
cd (he other day. The injured husband
is after Ilium with a 'shooting slick."
Speaking of tilting hoop bkirfs, tho
Louisville Journal valiantly r-uy.s: "Tilt
as inuen as you plcute: wc cau btaud it if
SANDFORO G, SCARRITT'S
Xo. -I I M.-uVct street. Xear !ind Street.
St. Mollis Jliasolirl,
Tilt: HiiiU-rsl(?ni-.l Im! Jmt ui.iip.l n Mipctlo
u.-f.ttiunit uf l'limiluri-, ouiiflstliij? In pal t of
pa it fiOK i ir it iv i t i it i:.
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linin- Hooin Iurnitrivo,
Kxtctidnn Tid.li . MiMioanl', Otntnun Leaf
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BED ROOM FURNITURE,
I'illows, Jhkcr.s, t(V.
Tiij!i tier .villi a
Of ili-'.nit, cimtum A- ins.lium farnllnrc, whii-li
In- Hill nil ui the very lnui-l iiii-.,
1'liolcxale and Kclail.
H.inRi.l.tnlticil tin- tun. tvx pi-rirnpi.it an ),(.i
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with uiimii ili.-d t.u-ilitlc.., ht- cm. . i.u Hill li-U
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Wvhders Cnuhr'nid JJicf toiletry.
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fur ti- wini! i.f tlil very lull ami i-iia-j.lrti-
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Ill IHII Vol. ft," Id UnVlll Hill" 1 .. -.
I'uUI In 1 l. U. A-V. MI'lil'.IA.M.
May 1 1, no i'ii. ,-".iinlii-l I, .!,!.
ANO "Ml. it
Which I offer at Friccs as low as mj
house Emt or VTost.
66 & 68 North Main street,
Merchants wishing any goOta iu
my Una will save money, by getting
my pricof before purob'uing eUo
whore. ALT. OOOV8 WARRAXTKn.
V. X. KltllMKrt.
KUHMKH k MAl.TKX,
l'rnirlgti'ii of tho
ij a I'u in lie Mi lis,
Curmr Muln anJ JiicliJontri-ctii,
ST. C1IAULES. MO.
irliM. Thry will nt nil times rceilvc ntnl i.uy
lh full yalm. for (IUAI.N delivm-.l nt tln-ir Mill
nr thu Wiiri-liumo of F. Marten, on Clay street.
u uiuias iruniiu.v .iiiicuneil In.
liHKMI'K Ar M AIITI'V
IJimo 1 IStifi, n'J3, jiTui
A. J. KERSHAW.
llrasM Founder ami Pump
MAKNK. 82 Norlli 3rd Slrccl,
Near l'n.4 Ollk-o, St 1.0U1S, Mo:
llrasj i WnrU nf all ilcicriiUloiis for Hrewers auU
Hr.i.is, V'ui.l aivl Iron l'utup of nil lic I'ricoj.
Alfi, Iron, Woo l oml Uiml phio
Juno 1, ISiiii ji-j3 7m
lomiKlilioii IK li (J,
Nn hiiinluig .no nniiri'iirri F.ir-ts arc Mnl.l.nrr,
thiu-Lut .hi, I.. ,act beyond ill,;," ft".
hrt .nnl . itM....M ,.neo to piir.-liane yourt'lothlnB
l. at Iho Hi I'liarles Clntbliig Junrr, urvlo,nlnR
. t A: I KINOftm'RV.
Main Mrect opposito Klingcri Mill.
CnnMiintly on n liiliionahlo nfoitmci I of
Men and ll.iyj CloMng, rioishinR (Ir.oih, H.,
tapj, .Vci lu-iaitr imluecraeat oflerci than anv
MUer Uonso la St J.ouU In bU lin
rnui.i ar-l ronilnceyourMlf:
Tuni- 1, lhil n2,-j ppl
Annnnnri; tn tlu-ir I'rictiiU.-ind tliepulilic that thoy
?.'.',. i1."."".. l,r.l,l,?r,',t " 'I' liver a oIk.U-o nrtiolo nf
i,,vVi,,..,.l),: Ul"1 J1VCKWIKA'1' YI.QVK,
LOUIS nll.AI., etc.. nt tho lnni-sl i,,rl,..i
B A I I J 1 O A. X .
ON SUNDAY, A'Pltll. 8tU, 1ROO, thi
I i-...il.V .1. .1.. 1,.. . i.'
.....v. iiv.iv -i ui. i .iiiviji.-r rzt,ri'i
tralu will rim dully, f-.QnJy-t cici-jit ij, in per titn.
Trains from HU I.oUts North;'
MAIL A N 11 KTFkC.tt.
I.ravw S?t I.i.ull T.jl u
" St L'li.itIi-4 .'11,40 A, H
' Wwiuvlilp lUiKt A.
" ".nriiitiiii jo(20 i-. h
" 1 Jtti lllll 1.10 lyi
JJ' "" y tiiy i,.-,o r. si.
" Miirtltistiiirrf 2",i P .,
, p Mi
Icntrallii )3 ,,
'r.",;" 4,M v. M.
iti-niilvk ij ,j;
'V,1'" 6!I5 c. x
V'r v,v V2 v. m.
Iil.kiinvilln ft nu ..
Arrivw nt Muvun fl'ay c'. u'
Trains irnm Macon South.
Iii-ntji-y Min-un i,i,si) a. u
" .l.-n.-k-iiiivllio mini . ..'
t'liim u,i; A( ,;
Alliii In,:ii h,
It' imlck , Js a. y.
utintf'-"li ,H a. v
O-lilrall.1 1 1 ,60 a. m,
Mi-xlfo 2.:'2 i., M
M.l-tlll1'l,illg 1,1 1 c. M',
M.iiit..mi iy City !..',( (.. v.
Illc'h Hill v. a
Wiinviitini ;! in i. ..
H'l-ntviiii; .,::n !. y
" ."-'t t'linrli" t;,-j". i.
Atiivn t .-'t l.-jui- r,:'.it a. v
'' i.:ir.'.- l'.j;ur - -Innv wlieri- ttiilni mci-t.
Isaac ii. iT!nt(;i-:
S. l-'elp-. J'n 't it-;.. ,V,ii,i,
A"l.. A'ni. ,
April 'J7. l-'t!0
Clinpinnii Thompson 4 Co.
TU'.AI.ntS IX AI.I. KINIIM Or'
I iii Us :nul Shiirl's-,
.li.., .M in ii lac 1 11 1 i-r- i.f
SASH, DODItS, Itl.lMtS, .vc.
l.iiml.L-r V.ir.l .11 1lri.!i.1r:n. is.i.li 1.'....,.-
.nnl l'l.niiii .Mill, I.I.I U..I 'iifnt", liimiin i"i.lt"i
Hi I l'liinlli, ST. l.Ol.'l. .III).
All liiiiili nf itri--i-l liniil.ii, iinitil.lin. Ac, m
li.ili.l. lluil.lilr.v.l'all Kili-lt innlj.ili wml; atli-u
Iml I". .I;ln. :,. mi2. ly
Xvw Whole-alt' ih'iiu Houm'
SCOTT 8l MELLIERj
ij Il;t Main t. t'lirncr ut Washington
Axeiilic ST. I.OIJIS; .MO.
FRESH GOODS LOW PRICES
f I' ! IV'' :,ll nrc 'Lilly ri-cciiiiL' :i
l.i ii- inn I lull ii'.intiiii nt nf all rin-li urtulm
iitii.illy Liit hy
Tn wliti-h wo call the ntU-ntiun uf
iroTiiiH Aitiiw & (.i:xi:itUi imsai.
Kits ix the roryritY & i itv.
Inr i-iitin- "tin I: h.-i- ln.iijrli ulu-n .ri-Ti wire
Al their Lout. si t: (Johl nt l.')0,
Tln-n l.y i-ii.ililiti;: n' to 'li-fy nil enmi.vlltiun
j:u vt-ijt wji id, m il tn nlvi "i1 a rail.
Hciitt it'- iMt:i.i,it:it,
Xn. It;! Ni.rlli M.'!n il; St. Luu'n.
.I.mu.iry iii l.silii tix in.
ST K A 31 MI l7",,
ClllilSIOl'U VI:i:K1:, I'roprietor,
Sccoml Street, St. Charles, Mo,
TrKi:i'.-5 ruiKt nitty nn liaml nil kinii-i of Uuur,
Iisirit iin-itl. lu.iii, Utt iiml ti!i .tulf.
Tin- l.llie.-t market juiiu imiil fur Corn
ni l liint. fcWH-ly.
I.mils I'.lvcrcr. Louis I-'uiiIhUuIi,
EISi:iti:it ic FAU.STICII,
And Dealers in
Ready Made Clothing;
Mum &raf, Opposite Ai.tricun limine
ST. CHAKI.KS. MO;
l iljriniry '.' Hfiii 7 lyr
('. II. Kluitstci'tiiclr. Valentine Muorc.
FIRST KATlllL SALOON.
kliusti-:k.ikir & kiore's
WINE 8l BEERSALOONr
Oijp'uiti. the Cuml Iluuso,
ST. CIIAltliHS, MISSOlini,
Keep1 cinitiintly on hnml the hrst I.liii r.-", tho
elmiwt I'nri-iKtt nnil tnitlvu wini-i and Ire. h heer
l'elintiny V lfifili y
NEW YORK SALOON.
(JKK.MAN BERT iiET, Proprietor.
Near tho North Mi.iiourl Ilnllroad Depot,
ST. CHAHLKS, 3IO.
'pilIS nuloon H furnisliod with two hilllard,
X and l;eep. on hand thu beat kind of linger
liter, Winei ami Iiiijuori. Oyelcni raw, titt-nvil
or frtcil n nil bnur. tch. 18fift 7ly
South Kast Corner of
MARKET AND SECOND STREETS,
and 82 North Fourth Street,
S. Mollis, ITlissoitri.
in'y 12 Iffin. nStf
National Banks. Under the recent
order of Assistant Qusirterruaitcr Oen.
Chnrlcs Thoiiias, the officers of tho Quar
terum.stcr'.s Department in this vicinity
liuvo withdrawn tlw imhlio funds in their
hmsus IVom the uationul banks here, do
posited tho Mime in the Treahury. Wash