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UM'OLN (OUTl III lilLH.
K. it lll.I.l!.. ..... Mill OH,
Will pay for the Herald to Dee. W,
156G. This price be i tig en hw wc Loj
our frientli will cnl in tlicir iiatuc? ty
Hm doxen The political cauiairi
ow opto and every voter iu the county
ought to tale li i s own county paper when
it is offered to hi in s-o cLc;i p.
'flier: ir not a mm iu tlic eout.ty who
it too poor to talc tlio Herald at tl.e
ilove price it is not :t half ilay hbor.
Vfhy, ilitti. Jo so tuitiy remain in incr
tuve of the pauiug oventa as o deprive
themselves autl families oftbeirown conn
ty paper every week. It is rtraiigc
Tale your own county paper alvtr
tisc in it, ati'l show by your actions that
you are wilting to patruu'.ze tlic printer
aud benefit yourtclf and family ly takitit:
the Lincoln County Herald,
Send in tbu name: with 70 cent for
ach one. The sooner yon subscribe lit
more pafWR yon get.
At a meeting of tie delegate:: to the
Conservative State Convention from the
Ninth Congressional District, held in the
Southern Hotel, St. Louia. ou July, 4th.
C, A. llailcy, of Callaway, iu the cLuir,
the following resolutions were pa-fed
Kttalvul, Tint with a view to haruiou
ixtiig thcJCotiecrvativc clement.- iu the 'Jtl
Congressional District, we hereby rceotu
mend that a Convention ho hehl in the
city of Mexico ou Wednesday the UGth
day of September 1306, for the purpose
ofnominatina candidate to represent jaid
district In tlic Congress of the U. .State.-.
RaofatJ, That the people eouipriiinj.'
the different counties in said li.trit.-t arc
requested to hold meeting' aud appoint
defecate.-' to said Convention.
CoiigreM tfth IMutrirt
Wo are authfriied W ncur.e- Col. V I.
cWlTZLER, ef Eoor.r, i candidate f.r Cue
Hit. is tit Sinlh t'litti-l 'cljcc' ! Ihe .lecibL
il m Onrttitkc of the C.'J.'CVilli! f (:;, L ut 1
or be bell.
CaOartfatt No candidate will be
-lOiiouiiecd iu thi: paper unle?:- tlx. an
nouncing fee, five dollar.-, if paid hi
idvanev. Aspirant and their friends
"ill please remember this. OAumLlt
Kfl;Uflt, John 11. Ku-jx hi ic--ii:ned
the-office uf Registrar of thi.- coun
ty, and Timothy Cuuiuiin:? has Ken ap
pointed to Gl! the office made vacant by
Mr. Knoii-' resignation. The natnce of
tlio new rcirUtrari for the -.cveral voting
prcciutti iu the county wc- have not yet
Wllf.ll Thrcthin the New crop of
Wheat has already roiiituincud iu tliff.r.
cut parti- of the county, and the farmer
:ire agreeably i-urprised at the ijuautity
and uality of grain yielded. St. Clinic.
The communication of jiu pare
nt closely writtcu matter by 1'. I,, b too
long for the little news it contain.-'. One
page would have been sufficient ou which
to .-late the particulars of the whole affair.
The communication in ou file .-ubject to
the authors order.
M AHMED On the 10th ot July by
Elder Tho. Wright, .Tamo.- A. Hub
bnra and Nancy V. Sheltin, boil, jf Liu
'OJUCAps ui joj pttd .
bnui om jaijvcuoti put 'lOitunoj aoqie
hi ptfiiqa 9 urqi 'naatiou osjqi jo i)oc.-
iy fsoj Jf)op ouo ai uu3) jno -siqt
uquwuun 'jaded at iu jeoddc jCoiji
wojo anxtp mi jpj pd nq juai
ou juamojiia,- jcujj pun tjjojujiyjuitnpy
'WBl ZZ unf 'aivp Joy pue uiiuj
Tlic libel cmo of MtOtuu w. Clphanc,
brought before the Circuit Court at Wubh
injton, Laa been cloned and $3,000 dam
age awarded. The plaintiff wlteu iu the
employ of the War Department, wat
charged with being ditloyal and a seres
eion tyatpatiiiiur, and lost hi placti in
couHcqucaec of Nr. Clephan'a letter to
the Department containing too above.
in pacniiL'w i
T'.'i ; -ilc at thip effite.
l'ritc 15 ctuttr.
Mttlin; of thf t oimalhr Stale
Tl srtl convention of delegate to
the State Uowrcntion of Conservative Un
ton men, which met in Mercantile Libra
m 11.11, Jul 3rd, 1S0G, was iteclf an
cpi h amon;; the memorable assemblages
of the sovereign people of Missouri
The number prcent from all parts of the
.State, was variously estimated ot from
fifteen hundred to two thousand delegate
A more imposing body of men never as.
octublcd in St. Louis. It was not only
the lone and sinew, but it was that and
the leading intellect in the State, come
together to take sober counsel in regard
to the impending crisis which overhangs
our people, and to determine what policy
to purine and what means to employ to
-.vtcst the control of the Commonwealth
Irotn the grasp of men who, forgetful ofi
the right and liberties of others, seem
roolvcd to trauiplo these in the Just, in
order to ?oeure their own aL'gtatidizcment.
The farmer lud left lluir cro.u in the
fields, the mechanic? hail for-ikeu the
implements of their -eviral callings, the
uier.h.iutc their counting roouw, their at
tornev. the hu-ines of their clients all
sreuiii. impelled by a single purpose the
restoration of our tJovernmefit from the
'hao into which, weak an 1 bad men have
oouiViiird to plunge it. The delilera-ti'.'ii-
d jo hirgc, o intelligent, so re
spectable, earnest and influential a body
of men, assembled by a eommm object
and by a common imtiul.-e, eautiot but
have the mo.-t important results. V
congratulate the whole Cop1e of our
x'tate upon the great good which promt?
vs tv How from ti e action of this intelli
gent, and, we might add, noble body of
men. Their deliberation: have not yet
come to an end, but from what lu'9 al
ready !ccu s:id aud done, aud judging
from Ihc character of the actors, wc think
wc risk nothing in Myiuc their conclusion-
will be every wiy satisfactory to
those they represent, as their final ac
tions and rccoiiuic:id.itious will be sure
to lead to the inu.-t dcirablc ends. It
will then only remain fur the f eple to
act, act promptily and energetically, in
harmony with the policy that promises
to tc pointed out. If this is done, as
doubtle-i will be, the State is certain of
being redeemed from the hands of bad
men who are ruling our people to their
ruin. The people are at last aroused to
thi- murnitude and importance of the
work of redemption set lnjfore them.
Let them eiecute the task. Thr reign
of Il idiealisrr. approichw ito end. The
ritigin.; tones of determination on thf
art "I the .maker? in yotorJi)'4 Cou
vcutiou, the hearty rcjj onses with which
they were met by the listeners, cannot
bu shake to tLe fouuditioiis the battle-mem.-
of lladi.'alisu: iu Mi:3ouri. Hi.
Mr. Lincoln Oiluion.
The follouing extract liuma scch ot
the 1-te l'rcidciil Lincoln, wouid Uot
make a very good campuigu document
for the lladicale. It may, however, be
cll for them to read it and lemcmkr it.
"I am not and never have bceu, in fa
vor of unking juror.-) or voters of negroes,
imr inteminrryiriL' them with the white
pcple, and 1 will say in addition to this,
that thoie is a physical difference between
th'1 white and Llaek races, which I believe
will f.irever forbid the two races, liing
together on terms of social aud political
equality. A ad iuusmucb ah they cauuot
-o live while they rcruatu together, there
mu-t be the positiou of superior aud in
ferior, and I. as much a? anv other man.
am in favor of haviu the tupcriur posi
tion assigmd to the white man."
Thiik of il.
A correspondent of the Cincinnati!
Commercial, u ltcpublican paper says :
"The country may as well understand
now as io compelled In learn it when too
late, that thu impeachment of the Presi
dent means the inauguration of a civil
war, which must bo fought out, not in
the distant Kouth. aud alous the Misaisa.
inpi Bivcr, but in every city aud ill12e
of the North, commcuciog iu the city of
It is well enough to thiuk of these
things uow, that we may bo ready to act
wi.cn the time of trial comes, if come it
doc. The radicals are determined to
rule or destroy the country.
Those who advertise in our public pa
pers says an exchange are- the proper
persons for the people to patronise.
They arc not afraid to announce what
they bavo for salo, tbo kind aud quality
of the goods they bavo on band, tbeir
changes and variety of stook, aud the
prices at which they are ready to dispose
of it. Nor are they rcluctaut to pay the
printer the price of the advcrtiiument
which calls atteutiou to their place of
HariUad the ucw udmtisemeut..
Mere Talk froa Phillips.
Wevdem. I'lilLLtrs Bade a spctch on
the 4th, to an anti slavery crowd gather
ed at Farmingbim, Mass. The pith of
it may 1 found iu the following ten
tence: "Admit no State for the present; bold
it under the sword till its hie.hayn arc
safe to Northern travelers and its marts
of business sale for Northern capital.
Admit no rebel b'tatcs, oven then, till the
land, education and ballot, under the
sanctity of FcJcral authority arc the se
cure inheritance of every man bornou its
The liiirreire far tiaahe.
Mr. Oliphant, an Englishman, who has
written some true and many amusing
things about the events oi our civil war,
shows the nature of the change wrought
in the condition of the negro, by the fol
"I invariably akcd every negro I con
versed with, whether he thought himself
better or worse off than formerly, and .is
invatiably received for answer, that he
was in some respects bettor, and in somo
worse. One fellow on board a steamer
illustrated the difference thus: If, when
I was a slave, I had tumbled overboard,
the boat would have been stopped, I
should have been picked up and put by
the firo to dry, because I was property,
and then given a hundred lashes for fall
ing overboard. But now, if I fall over
board. 'Oh it is only a cursed niggor, go
ahcud,' and I should never be picked up
at all. In a word, ttic negro u'c.l to ue
a dog with a master, uow he is a dog
Netada NaM. Here arc somo of
the names bestowed on the natural fea
tures of Nevada, by the romantic set
Jim Crow Canon, Loafer flill, Whis
ky Diggings, Slap Jack IJ.ir, Yankee
Doodle, tikunk Gulch. Chickcn-Thief
Flat, Urouiid llo'-'a Ijlory, Hell's Do-
light, Devil's Wood, Sweet Mevtnge,
!ihitt Tail Canon, Hough and Heady, Hag
Town, (.lit up and liit. Dob Hidley Flat,
Hunchback Jlido, Swell Head Diggings,
UlooJy Hun, ilat i rap Mule, llaug lowu
Tbf SaiuiV Jubilee."
We have received a Satirical poem with
the nbovc titlc published I y M. Cullen,
Book'cllcr, ft) North 5th street St Louis
It is "dedicated to all tbu SainU iu and
out of the Frccduicn's Bureau." It is
very neatly executed aud deserves a large
circulation. Price 2 cents.
A h ly in Concordia, Illinois, so the
story goc, vra- very sick a few days ago,
aud her physician decided that S'juirrcl
.'up was ueeesiary for her. A Tc.uct
wa- a: once sent to all the men iu town
t -h".ii a 'fjuirrrl for her, but theie was
not a man ti bo found in the town wi.ling
M do thi eharitihl. no! for an invalid.
A country girl who happened to l? in
the neighborhood heird of it, .-houldercd
3 tiflo, and retumcil in about an h"ur
with four sfjuirreh each shot thiouh
M..j. Gen I !'. P. HLAIU will addrc.-
the citizens of Lincoln couutv at Troy,
Mo., on Friday July 20th leCC.
A petition has been presented to the
County Court of Callaway county asking
nn appropriation of 200,000 for McAd-
admiring the pricipal roads of the county.
Lincoln county needs something of that
kind too. It is a shamoaud a disgrace
to thu county to sec such bad roads.
Tlieic arc about four thousand news
papers published in the United States,
while in England, Scot bud and Ireland
there are but about otic thousand two
hundred and fifty tcvcu, of which Londou
has two hundred and twenty six.
The Kan-aa City Jvuntul says the
number of persons settling there and iu
the couutry southward cannot be less
than one thousand weekly. Two bur
dred persons passed through on the 21tt
inst. going South to settle.
A roof is in process of construction iu
Detroit, over the Michigan Central Do-
pot, which will cover tbrco hundred thou
sand square feet, or ovor seven acres.
The Treasury Department has com
menced a umall disbursement of the ucw
five cent coin recently authorized by Con
A gentleman who has been travelling
in West Tennessee gives encouraging ac
counts in regard to the success of all kinds
A correspondent writes from Stkkl'i
Mill, IlandolDh. counts. Illinois. ilrnnri
biag some marvellously prolific wheat
Brown uy mm. ui lour ncaua no slates
mat one uoro 1 1 1 grams, ono U3, ono 80
and one SO. or o70 on ilm fnnv it..
scribes tho wheat, as a whito wheat, with
a slick bead and no beard on it. A sin
gular fact connected with it is, that theto
ptaruicss ucaus were louuu growing iu
field of loug bearded wheat. tit,
Froa 81. Jaseah
Dispatch to the Republican.
Sr. Josbph. July 0.,
The weather is iutenscly hot. There
has been one case of suu-strokc to-day.
On tho 4th a man named Johnson, in
had bis pocket picked of seven hundred
Two or tbrco men are Dassinc throucb
ihc counties north of this passing coun
terfeit greenbacks. I hear of several
farmers whom they have taken in withiu
the last week. Detectives from here
have started out to look for the scoun
drels. The proceedings of the Stato Conserv
ative Convention are heartily approved
here by all tho opponents of rampant
Radicalism. A confident fcclingnrcvails
nmAnr flin trlfnif nl I'rtftltlnnff .l.ihtitnn
and little doubt is felt as to the result of
lio rWtinn (hi fall. I
Montana news up to Juno 10, is re
ceived. Large beds of coal had been
liscovercd within twenty miles of irgin-
ia City. Tbo trip by coacli from Helena
to Fort Benion is made in twenty-eight'
1 ri . w 1 T .
nonrs. anc town 01 rort ucuion eon-
sis.ts of twenty-seven houses. A heavy
snow storm occurred 011 the l'tli ot June
The following were the cur-
rent prices for Fome leading articles at
Viruinia City. Flour is held at fifteen
dollars per sack, with occasional sales' as
low as twelve dollars and lilty cents,;
which docs not pay cost and freight.
Coffee sells at 50o, sugar 40c, b.io n CO?,
lard 50c, salt Vi to lac, tobacco el to 1,
25c, for common, nnd 81 50 for natural
leaf, tea 81 2o to s'J, sugar home syrup
$4 or gallon. The largo supply trains
expected from Benton would probably
cause a tall in prices.
Thu Northwest Fur Company's boat,
the Miner, has just arrived from Fort
lsentou. bue reports the Indians all
quiet on the Upper Missouri
ner has on boafd a considerable miantity
of pold dust, and her deck? arc literally
packed with buffalo robes, peltries and
Iadiau Hostilities Apprfhfid.
Di.-ipateh to the Republican.
Sr. Joitru, July 10,
From Col. Dcuham, of thij city, who
in just in from Denver, I learn that there
arc scrioui apprehension? felt at Denver
and on the route that the Indians will
aoon be on the war path again. It seems
1 .... n I.U.. i. n
to be univcrially apreed, that lor all
tracheal purpose, the grand pow-fow at
iaramie has been a failure. At Cotton-
wood SprinL's, Col. Iknham met with GOO
Sioux, who were returning from Liramio.
and bound for the Republican and Ar
kansas mem. They were well armed.
with plenty of ammunition. Although
they harmed no one at Cottonwood, ma
ny threats were made by the youny; war
riors, several parties in tlio vicinity of
the Little liluc have recently been tired
upon and there in a good deal of excite
ment atuon. tno Peltiers tilonc that
stream. several ihou-.ind Sioux and
Chcyeiiiies from Laramie aie now renoit-
1 ctKMinped on the Klk, tifieen uiik-.-
from the lllne.
The settlerfl in that resinn have become
,o irmlitciicil that many of them have
deserted their homes, abaudoniu large
helds of corn and hay. Col. Jlonhaiu
ivs a general impression prevailed along
tho fclage route that, if the Oovernment
ili.l not move nroumtlv in tho matter.
much buffering and loa-i of life would re
ult before the fall, as there was every
indication that the savages contemplated
The Uvbbers Bet al Liberty.
Dispatch to the Republican.
AAN.3AS UlTY, July IV
A rich joke has jut transpired at In
dependence. On Saturday night, while
the "loyal" guard of militia, authorized
by Fletcher, were guarding the town.
Uncle Sam's property ihc posblliec
was robbed : ui course, tuo lladical olh-
eial there were ripe lor another sensation
being in great peril of another mvasion
ot busnwiiackers, notwitlistandiug the
presence of a 'loyal' compauy of inilitia
to keep things ill order. Dut, alas, a
cruel iiivoalir-nlinn r,r-ir.i,1 til Ll,,
cruci investtption prircd tlio burglary
ag.atnU tllO OcVCmmcut to baVO been the
acts of three of the Governors militia,
Wc bear thpv wrri tlililurninlr r,ln-n.l
i . i. . wcrc,Me"bc'0'y released
by tho eoiupaiiy outside of the town.
hy did not these reasonable oflieiala
hand them over to the civil authorities to
grace tbo inside of a penitentiary aa pro-
vidodbvlaw for nranil lar.vnct
tiuuu oy uw, ior granu (arecnyi
Fraa New Orleans.
New Ouleans, July 7.
Judge R. II. Howell, Presidcut pro
tcm. of tho Stato Convention, thia
ing issues his i proclamation for ite assem-1 Filial Sctileilll'ni.
bly on tho JOth Of July, and calls upon lyroTICK I, hereby given to all r-r.on. lnlereJ
tho OOVCrUOr to ISBUO wrtts of elections 1 led that tho uudemiKncd adtuiulttratur r tlio
for Vacancies. Tho preamble expresses "'atee-nuiley Younndcal, wilt uiako u final
tho purpose of the move.neut to rako '.r'ttt'W Uu
""f m vikuiiiu law ui muouiii
iu harmony with the Government; cstab-
lish important iustico: insure domostia1
Irnnnni itv r.e,.r ilJ l.li,c.!... f 1:1."
ty to all alike and to restore the Slato to
A tironcr nn.l nnrmnnnnl nr.Ulnn S .1..,
Union, with amplo cuarintces nMlnat
f.:.,i, i: .-. i ., :
any lurtuer UUtUrbance, Also. With
Tbcb I8'nt It. Politonoss goes a
great way. Henry Ward Ueecher Bays,
"an impudent olerk can do as much inju
ry to his store as the ucglut-t of the pro
prietor to advtrtiso his goods." Two
undoubted and siguiGcant facts ; whioh
every ono intcresM will plotsc bear . a
view vo me rauucaiiou by tno Otato of l"o . u w ijun ana new in iroy, on "innwn uarrct.as ten men can cnopia
tbu nronnkP.l nm.n.1,,,1. inonday tho l Uh day of Aumm I860, to. rcticn . " 'i equally ndvauUcooui for rtUinc
t!'n 7 .C ZX' . - anInglo block.. Prio.in ai
" tiiweuwiuiv, i J1JSKUX A UAIL.LY, may 1, imiO pm
lllt, ft. I.'iuif
rin.B, New York
GIBBS FIELD & ROSS,
t, tiiarlc, "no,
cloths, rain, nit-
FLA N2i ELS, LINSE Y
A. nl Yarns.
500,000 Lbs, Wool
A X T 12 D !
For wlilch ch rill t ralJ, r our iu.inuf.ictttTfd
uinni, iir.LU .t noMH.
tn.iy 1, ISCi?. 8ra
n ft I r II r 1 OTflDU
ffUULtN I" A U I U il Y
Corner Main& Cbanncy Streets
Cm tn, ..u
VAULL WALTON & Co.,
HU at .itl limes prpparcl fill ur.tor? l'.r
C-l Flil.L'l) CLOTHS.
0-4 MKItINO (LOTUS,
I' l A N i: 1. 8.
m a ierei a,c ,!
uajijwo v" '
CAUFinV, FHSIUIKP COVKULKT.S
All JVool Jllunfots.
Stockton Varn, Etc.
To all of wlileh wo invito i!in ;i:iei.ll"Ti f n-r-chant
ati I fjrii.T. The huhc-t market
pruv p.ii I fr Wuul. ( luiy 4, !.-'' .im
1 jo.vvtiia.y rciKti:,
I.OUIT N MO '
,, , ' i
IT rK are m.ikln. the Ti.wn City Pawn, with J-
,,.,.,., roll fa.t.in ir ii.indte.
The luitiob 1'uu.p. FpriniUM, bcettor on I Chi-
piiifm. Alf... the lViin-yi.inla Pump.
trie nii-l .Mne'i'i r.jun piuirn, an wni.-a -.vj
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
n- th.-y cm V- huti-lit noj- i.tbrr Factnry In lh.
l.i.iiol Si:iti-i. A lil cril .llfcuiituu lare er.K-r
of OXn huii Irnl a:. 1 evtr. i
I'.tjiiIi- r lerlni cm ;i Idr. tt ll.iloy an I (V.
Cornell. b'ii f.i.-rib.iiit- In ibi my, r thn.ujrh my
tr iM'lin .1. nt, H'i'liim Uotielr.m, tha eii.y uu
th'Hi.id Iru.-llin .1 .40111 in ll:- Su'.e to luku ur- .
dcu. All erderr piouiptly till. d.
JONATHAN PKtliCt;, '
m.iy IM, Im.I1 r.2l ?ta I.vuiuii.i nn..
FA km roil sali;.
ONK ttttri It--1 .in. I el-t.'ii .i.m.i
- Im-'i M'e 1 t'oiliu.ili'n, 11.0 1
4 .t-re- In .1
inoe liMm 1 it y.
Ne li.iim- linu e nh f"r r.'"iii .ml in'teh
y-i-in beiriiij ut.'hirl tlirie tcl,i..o I..IH-, Im
.table, nnd t.itr .-'tnemeiH-i.. l!u fnui i i,
l-iril.lt- one fr i' v-itu.it.le tltiiVr .in.l pi.iliu
ity to town. V r.-idi louti i L ir.nn i.m lehjl.
EtifjUirrnt ht i.P.iee. nirili'i luO.
IVolicc of Tiiial Scltlcnuiit.
All creditor, and otlur- interested l:i tbei at.-ite
lit lleiilii Y. liriu-ii, le'"e.iel, are ti.itlll".! that I
th uii br'i;;rie.l .f ud t-itt tnten It to mtUe ;i
Fin-il i?eltletii-itt .1 fi 1 .--tiile :it Hie i.v.xt Titi.i
at tiw cur b n-.-in i.id ejuniy,
..I i nr "iiuit i.oiui 'i i.ini-'iiu e-i'iiiuv, in im; iici i
II t!lC -teeUd
j ami: ii.
JI.iy 2i, is;i. b j:
Nutlee ii hereby ivca thai letltr' "f admitii.
trjtii'ii '.r that itato i.f Ernett Tleplc, ili.-ted
were-grant! il to the un.lcr'ii?ue-d nn the 2?nd .!.
ef May, liaiit, by the I.lti'Mlii ".uniy ci'irt.
All lur-iine h.nini-el.iiuiii airalmt ruld nl.ite,
arc ri-.jnir-l to exhibit tbein In the ailiuintrutur ,
for alluwanee' withiu one- year frmi the date of i
8:i id loiter, nr they may be precluded frmn 'iiy '
beiiifit in fii citato- and If not exhibited uithiii
niny ..i, i ,,. ,v, A.imiui.-triit..r.
TV0TIU,K ls herely given that the un lir-lgned
A" "uardiaD ef Walton Drown, I'mil Uruirn anil
oilthi iiwwn, minor helM.'wIli npi ly at th.-next
August' term of tho Lincoln county Court, to
1,0 henuu nnd held in Troy, n monday the utli
'lay "f Autut Isiflil, fir u filial .eltleiuont uf his
UllIiriii.,Usuip tahi'lin 4IITOiiki.Ii,
may is, lb isarj, nil piw tluardian.
' ll,al ScHlflllcnl.
V0TI?lli4 ,1,crt,,y R'Vl,n ,0 a"pon intcr-
leitod that Ihe undcrtlgnod, Aduilnistrater uf
10 ottatl. uf j,ut,on vmi)t accrued, win mako
a final rcttleuient of hit adininlitralluu ofaaid
estate at tho next Aut-uit tutu of tho Liueoln
county Court, to bo bctin and held In Troy, on
oiunday the 13th day uf AuRii.t lhCil.
UE0110E 1' A LSI Ell
may Is, ISM n2I ptw AdmlnUtrator
euun, 10 uc uvgun ami una in Trwy, ou meuday
tLc mh da7 uf August lse.n.
... ... . " M. Yoi mo
I ,c' ,sm' Aduilulitrator
At ... a m. . .
1 wwiiuwHa-a nvinr.
' NffJSS ,?. h
- - """""" ui vuiu. u uaucy, a minor ceir,
wRI apply tu the next Aurunt term ..f tbu Linooln
may 18, ISM nSt ptw
FiMnl Set! lenient.
NOTICE U hereby giren to all penoni lotoru
ted that tho undenigned aduilniitrator of the
r-Mutu i.f Jam.. Stallard doceaied, will make a
Final h Hitmen t of hit adrntoiitratloD of laid
tale at tho nut Augu.it loru of tbo Lincoln roun-
I , U. N. BA8KKX Administrator
I Jem. 2 16U0 aJT-ptw
w. r. ninn,
K. e. tun,
J. J. DAI.Y,
Whelesale Stallentr. MtkMliet friit.
lei? JitiiDK HW. JMMICtHr6r
iD DfcALRB III
BOOK BINDEUS MATERIALS.
Nt. LohIn, ltl
Oti'R euftcmtrt oin rtly upon !U(tBg'o.
nt the luwcct p5;H.lr ntf tha market wQ ,f.
ford) aoJbilitw ttullAtboljaOatMtitlj
firicci jt siii-Ni!eu pricr-; ui wine egwei q
ride, wc -hall, aatwilbittnillnff, girt oar .
tonirri the loncfit "f nil reduction-, tnade Hihtr
at liome ir nbtffil, nnl frtl ennfidmt we mnrji,
be unilrrxM, except thr-mtu ibe raeJiita f nf,..
rlor f.r mtliu article?. Tills remtt weirttss.
blcl in i tjtaln by urc!iailng all our fools rot
cash, .lirei't from the tnanufueturcrf, omTbT bar
a cor.C UliIjI ngint In New Yort. hoM
knowlcJgv of the raarhctl c.mnot tc cirellej.
Oar arnnU'CUK Willi tlio Kutrrn Taper mttli
arc Mifh m to cuillc 11 to oflrr p(r at a ftrr
tmall a.lratuc on ujiiitr(tiiren rln, tat
know onr ralcf ie letter tbu any elbet hwt,
in the Wit'..
Wr kri fur the acevinaBJitIt.n of our tarto.
fr n S'ip.ljf of TVebjUr KUmeutiry, McOuffj',
KIcpIIc, Meirop'ilitnn nl tltcn' Ppellrrt, mJ
WclftrM FfKlUri n l DiDncn; Wcbjtcri DWIon-are-,
Mctluffy'- EIyllc((lM nil J N.-w Sfr)8tn.
Ut', Mitri.pollian anJ Chriil.m llrotheri' Kta-b-ri:
Mltrhetl'ji, (itney, FoiithV. Oolton ui
l'ik-h'j m.'l I'.TiicU'i llfKr.iptil..'; ltaj's, Ihulo
and Cvlliurn't Atllliiuctlcri Wllfon'. (jaieketboi,
ill Tre'li'i.' Ari'-iinl ami mcJtm IJiitorle!;
SniUh'f .in I (ir.viK'' (Irainmir'f. Piyioa til
Duntn h'ltii'rrlan aud jdaln cepy booki, taj
other star.Jntd Srhoel Hook..
We n III f.ll onv orderi for Tvrcf.PrtDtm III.
Itj.jkf, lVrloJIcal", or any Atbor article whltk
ein be shipped nllh oat ooS t the lowett nUi
at nrhlch they cm be procured In the city.
I To Imure goo-U being cut eorrtetly, be prtl.
ulii'nj to dcicrlptlon, and detlgoat the route ot
shlpient preferred. All eoait will b ftkti
nlth c.reat e.ire, tbo netasl cot of rtuet tmj e.
tti-i! only being added 'o the bill. We do not I.
urf jjood. ur.leM pcelill dircelcd to do 11.
iird-r' from the cuuntry promptly HUd. Sett
f ir j eatalnzuoto JOlI.N J.DALY.
-Mil. ncr, Printer and tllank Ib.'k rnanafietirw.
t etrncr l lflh aa 1 rin! ttreeu.
I may 4,
cp!i Iloff-. U- M. h'rj.
BOGY & FRY,
. c. -n !
UOIllllllSSlOIl IV TOrWaraiOff
No. 17 8. .Main & 18 CoMfrt.al Sis.
Cone Flour Mill and other Bread.
February 2 liCi nili llap
F. TO K REV Ac CO.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Periodicals ft fkeap Pabllcailsssv
No. lit X. Fnurth at. opposite the Comrt IIobh,
SI. LoniN. Jlo.
Order f.'. ti the oi'iintnr rroinpllj mtrnded to,
:in 1 forwards! 1 o'lltk a by any other b'.or Iu
M. I...UI-. L'l'"' l'i
New Grist Mills.
aMIi: 1IKM- A.M CHEAPKST, WITH UO..
lev I'luvt, Uleiiilor;. Pitter, allnni.Ko
Ji.i'i. IVit.il.lc, aay cond ui.in cm t ut iheu up.
F.i mu1 ' f 111 horse ."er, jnl mch every
t.t . ui. 1 mtit , -It!i'le -ind ebt-.ip.
.'I l"-i in.-, I' ih-Ii lli.liint'lotb., tnd nil klud
( .M.il rmuiJiiiiL', l.' Hli.r )! Iling vf i'ur "ii
m i :iuf..vt arc, I'.iil l .r lt.-ltluj-, elc.
St. I.ouU Mill I'urnl-lilng Manulacturlni;
OVnilMiiy. II. .V W. TllUIi i IV.
t tu.iy Li-fin. u,j Piupneli't..
t-y it . i i ir
' J J ltllf Cv JJ .f .) J.
Street, Saint CAark.
(HP".lle Klln:er,. Mm.)
DRUGS, HCIKBS, PUNTS,
Oil, D.vc Stuffs, Lamp
-A.3STID COAI OIL!
looks and Stationery.
Guns aud Pistols.
I am now receiving a well ttlMtoa Hock of
GUNS, PISTOLS & AMMUNITION
At my PniR and Book 8tor, oprxwlta Klia'f
mill, on main jtreet, HLCbarW, which I will Mil
LOW FOIt CASH, I Invito altenllon to.
my ttuek. T. L. KtVIU.
at. Charlet, may t, 1668 Sm
EMPIRE SAW WORKS'
Established in 1S&1.
' rWHTlS AND CO. UANiri'AirrnRKBK or
i Vj-uunt Uround, aud every 4icripti of war-
I runted betrtUnod cast U-vl gaw. Wvrka Main
anorg tlurlda.lreel. OBee and aal-woa. No,
iibuvo Florida elreet.
U Olive rtreel, ft. Iuii. Proaipt aa4 aaicM
'""" Ri'i 'i i" rrpainnc caw..
Agent, ur itonc'i Patent Saw Ouaaer, mtn-
rawyera "Iha koat ia a."
viu. vui terra kip.
which as much curd wood c
cawing aaaaaaaa, wm
can no cut jtj twa Bowl
II, D. MEYER,
OILS, DYE STUFFS, ETC.,
Opposite Ihe Court Houio,
tcbru.ry t) ibSa b7