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LUCOLN Mm HER1LD.
K. JT. ELMS,
rum, .TT'uKrT. i, im.
' ei. f BON (JIITAR, r BMRf.
rOU STATE BKNATCH,
JAMEH W. WELCH, ( l.iRCla.
T ft Moris f Kaaratla.
Tha undersigned desires to thank bis
frieada Tor the encouragement which
tha attended to hint daring the tlae
-1 . ' . m . .
no naa cnargo 01 twvj oeaemary,
aid to say to then that Prof. E. V. Itica,
who is a scholar and an experienced
teacher, having been chofctt 1'rcsidcnt ol
tho Institution there is reason to 1 elicvo
that the school will be conducted with
ability and success.
The Fall term of the rchool will open
under tho direction of President Hick eu
Monday, tho IOth. last, and all its inter
cats will be promptly attended to.
C. 0. JONK3.
Sept. lat, I860.
Mailt CeBfssToBaT IHMrlcl.
Columma. Aug. 2Sth, I8(ili.
Editor Minouri Hepuhlivan.
Sin At the eolicitation of frienda iu
tho various parts of tho district, I hereby
announce myself at a candidate to repre
sent the "Ninth Congressional 1 istrict"
in the ncil Congress ; subject to the do
minion of the Conservative Convention to
bo held at Mexico, on tho 20th of Sep
tember. Very rupcctfully,
Alteiliaa Jabasai Clubs.
The Johnson Club of the several town
hipa in Lincoln county arc hereby re
quested to tnect in their respective town'
bhipit on Saturday September 15th 1WG,
to appoint Delegates to represent tbein in
a I'uuuty Meeting to bo held in Troy, on
Monday the 17th of September fur the
purpose of appointing dclcgatei to tlic
Congressional District Convention to be
held in Mexico on tho 20th of September
C. W. l'AUKKIt,
President County Club.
Augiut Blht, 18(10.
Canly Fairs. Hoone, September,
Kith, 19th, 20th aud 21bt.
Audrain, October 9th, 10th, Uth, 12th.
Monroe, September Uth, 12tb, 13lh,
Cole, September 21th, 2.rith, 26tb,27th.
St. loui, October 1st, 2d, 8d, 4th, .r)th
Callaway, October 10th, 17th, IStli.
Tho Democrat positively dentex that
the Civil Ilights Kill given the l'rcsidont
of the United States authority to protect
white citizens of a State in tho exercise
of their righto, aa against tho lawless
State authentic. It argues substantial
ly that tho Civil ltights Bill was intend
ed exclusively for tho benefit of the ne
The members of the Conservative par-
ty, are in favor of ficcdoiu of speech,
freedom of the pres., freedom to worship
God according to the dictates ol a man's
conscience, the Union, the Constitution
arid the caforceaaont of the law. What
is the Badieal party in favor of? Look
at the numerous outrages committed by
mombors of that party over the State, and
yon have the answer.
Tub Kentucky JiUM-rio. The
Shelby (Ky.) ikntittel gives returns of
tho late election from 85 counties includ
ing tho city Louisville, showing u Demo
cratic' majority of 40,098, Full returns
from 21 additional counties will probably
swell the majority to 50,000.
The Nevada City Tim says that at an
election for Probate Judgo ol Vernon
county, No., bold uu tho 7tb of August,
Dr. Allen Badger, Conservative, was
elected by an overwhelming majority.
The Radicals felt themselves badly In.at
ea. Two purely radical institutions 4he
frcodmen's barcau and the federal system
of collecting taxes are expensive It
costs twelve millions of dollars a yeir to
conduct the frcedmen's bureau, and fif
teen millions a year to collect the inter
Keep every thing iu it place.
URlKh'S IOLKNT IU RAN tilt IN j
TROjEILG INTEICEKr(E OF
A. t. ft. OrHCEK-TJIKKATS
AGAINST I. S. TKOUPfs
From the Kanias City Advertiser.
Wo were informed, yesterday,' that
Cbas. I). Drake was delivering one of bis
violent harangves at the CoMrt House, in
Independence, Thursday afternoon, and
after proceeding with his lofty declama
tion some length, defying U. S. troops,
he said in tubstauco that Missouri be
longed to the loyal men, tho ltadicals,
and " the copperheads and rebels would
have to gel out."
His audience numbered about two hun
dred, mainly Radicals, and this " driving
out" threat was violently cheered by the
most violent present. At this period,
some ono at the east end of the, court
room, cried out : " Hurrah for the Pres
ident of tho United States!" This re
sponse was so obnoxious to Drake's in
doners, that there was an immediate cry
to " put him out." lie repeated bis in
dorsement of the 11 President of the Uni
ted States," when a Ridical rush for him,
with revolvers drawn, was made.
At this juncture it U. S. Lieut, in com
mand of n company of tiro 5Jd U. S. In
fantry, (who reached Independence that
morning, and was in camp outside of the
town,) who was individually present at
the meeting, to prevent bloodshed step
pod rapidly in front of tho advancing
party, demanding of the armed Drakoitcs
to stand back : " for if violence were per
sistcd in, he would hang tho aggressors."
This prompt interposition in ono of
(Jen. fiberuan's veteran.-) restored order
and in all probability prevented murder.
o i o of the mo t violent of Drake's
Radical endocm, hero thicaten that
(iovernor Fletcher will call out the
State militia to drive out tho U.S. troops,
who have no right hero."
low The 1'act Mtnnri.
Tho Kadieal organ thus states its case
The fact stands : Tho Radicals of thi.s
State have offered peace, and tho fuithful
enforcement of law ; they have urged
peace, omeiatly ana by tlieir pro.8 ; they
uave Willi all sincerity and with a patri
otic debiro for the welfare of tho State,
plead lor peace, ami I ho Conservatives
have answered civil war, " arm, organize
Not exactly. Tho fact stauda . The
Radicals, while perfidiously preaching
cacc, were secretly preparing for war,
by drilling ncgroc?, and shipping arms,
at night, and by lawlessly organizing
companies of select militia, all ovor tho
State at the same time breaking up re
ligious congregations, and popular assem
blages with lire-arms. Not till nil this
had been going on for months, did the
conservatives call on tho pcoplo to 'arm."
1 hat s how the matter stands. St. Louis
Another Increase" Six Araed Cob-
Fred. Schuyler, "Acting Adjutant
tJcncral, State of Missouri," writes a note
to the Democrat, stating that but "tiz
companies of militia are annul."
This proves that tho Democrat told an
untruth, whon it said, last Friday, that
"just our companies, and no more, had
So that the State authorities, from hav
ing first asserted that there was no mynn
izatiun of the militia, have advanced so
far us to admit tlx armed companion, aud
"other skeleton or paper organizations I"
And yet the Radicals complain that we
cliargo them with " insincerity I" St
Neither the constitution or the regis
try law leaves it iu the power of the re
gistrar or judges of election, to exclude
a vote. Ilia name must go oo the books,
either as a qualified voter, or a duviuali
ncu voter, u a rejected voter, the book
must-show why ho is rejected. Tho roll
is to be kept separate aul all tho fact
must be stated. All appeals from the
decisiou of tho registrar must also bo no
ted on the registry. So all may register,
ono way or another, and it ia important
that nauiea of all white persons ol tho
;e of 21 years and over, shall appear on
the poll books, cither as a voter or nen
voter, that all tho facts may go up to a
nigiicr zriuunai. Louisiana journal.
The St Louis Daily Press, about the
change of which from a Conservative to
a Radical paper, tho Rads made such an
ado a few months ago, has diod, It died
of political CKuUra.
The Peoria, Democrat, states that E
U. Jngcreol, lladicical, io bis recent
!pei:h in that city, distinctly declared
himself in favor of negro equality and
iicro sulTiagc on ibe same turuu aud by
I the :-auic laws as white wcu.
( I repeat, I am fur the Union; I.i,m for
arev.rving all tho States. I am for ad
mitting into tboSfouncilvof the nation all
flh-eir Representatives trho nro unmistaka
bly and unquestionably loyal. A man
who acknowledges allegiance Jo the Gov
ernment, and who swtars. to support tho
Constitution, must ncccssarilly bo loyal.
A man can not take that oath in good
faith unless he is loyal. A.nmiew John
son. That in 'this national emergency we
banish all feelings of moro passion or re
sentment, and will recollect only duty to
the WHOLE country ; that this war is
not waged on our part in any spirit of
opposition, nor for the purpose of over
throwing or interfering with the rights
or established institutions of the States ;
hut to defend the SUPRKMACY of tho
CONSTITUTION and to PRESERVE
THE UNION with 4 all tho DIGNITY,
EQUALITY and IU'JHTS of the sever
al States UNIMPAIRED ; and aa soon
as theso objects are accomplished, the
war ought to cease. Resolution adop
ted by a Republican Congress, July
With malice toward NONE, with char
ity to ALL, with firmness in tho right
as God gives us to sco the right, let us
strivo on to finish tho work wo aro in, to
bind up tho Nation's wounds, to care for
him who shall have borne the battlo, and
for his widows and orphans, to all which
may achiovo a just and lasting peace
among ourselves and with all nations.
I hold that this Government was made
on the WHITE basis, by WHITE men,
for the benefit of WHITE men and their
posterity forever, and bliould bo adminis
tered by WHITE men, and NONE
OTHERS. I do not believe that tho Al
mighty mado tho negro capable of self-
If the infernal fanatics nnd abolition
ists ever get the power into thuir bauds,
thoy will override tho Constitution, set
the Supremo Court' nt dcGanco. change
and mako laws to suit themselves, lay
violent bauds on thoso who difior with
them in opinion, or dare iiucstion their
inability, aud finally bankrupt the coun
try and deluge it with blood. DAN1F.L
Look out for the Cars
All aboard lor Wo. S7.TIain t.
Whistle on the Breaks at
WA ARE ALL GOING TIlEltK.
Every Body Rushing to
Children cry to go.
The reasei is that Coeds rai be
HoiHuiT ciii:api;k thkri:,
ban at any other Hove in tho Unltod Butei.
STOP AT IVo 87.
Whiro yon csd buy Clothing at ItcliccJ TilcM.
(.all and see tho genuine
TMR tier i f Ihl. iknirti hujujt received the
Uracil ni bcit itltrto.1 fk f
cnt FarniMhlng (lootla
tht w( rcr offered to lh lojl eiilicn, of
st, oxxjrxjEs :m:o.
la Iks Haee lon't o lo anr other fllewarear
i ... i i v.
A COAT AND TROUSERS
ia wfcleb to f land p ut promlat to lore, chcrtih
and obey torn blaihlag 4aal, or a (ait to lay
tbla body-whea It bat "abaflad off tbli mortal
cell" wbiafc la Matrakat to lov. ckcriib and
oUy HO TO
(This is no "goak")
Gho to No. 37
for lha latcat faiblon platai (Uy telegraph go to
FRANK J' A U L E 8.
For a partect fit or so pay,
Cr o to IV o. 37
for builnen aulti. In abort, go to
fur all kind of clothing of tha lattitt styles, and al
inch pricaithat you cannot and will not rofuio
to j urdiau-. Mark tha iilaeo well. Your own In
torait oonjurn you to call. Bca to It tban that you
won't Pass JVo. 37
. A atofk of 20,000 now In sloro and conitantly
inyoaiing this ii trutb. Thoy uuit bo sold at
Nova is the time to get Bargains,
snout ring tna licll blow tha bora sound
tho wblstlc wltew 1 1 I'm off for
A minister has been indicted in Mem
pbis for refusing to marry a whito girl to
The Dcniocrfttic CecJ.
Nowhere arc thenriiicirl':3 of the Deis
ocra'tie party better defined than 'vti the
firit inaugural address of Thomas Jeffer
son. Ho defines them thus;
"Equal and exact justice to all men of
whatever State, er persuasion, 'religious
or political; peace' commerce and honest
friendship with all nations, entangling
alliances with none fAe nlpjtort of (Stale
governments in all their riglrts, as the
most eomporeut administration for our
domostio concern. & tho surest bulwarks
against anti-republican tende'neies; the
preservation 01 tne uenerai uovcrnrocni
in its air Whole Constitutional Vigor
aa (ho sheet anchor of ourmence at home
and safety abroad; "ttt a jealotis' care o
the liijht tJ jsittium oy ie reopte, a
mild and safe corrective of abuses which
aro lopped by the sword of revolution
1 cn peaceable rcincdiog are unprovided;
nbsolatc acquiescence in thedcctsions of
the majority tho vital principle of ro
nuHro from which thore is no appeal
but to toroo, the vital arinciplo and im
mediate parent of despotism: the suprem
acy of civil over tho military authority;
economy in our public expense, that the
laborer may be lightly burdened by the
honest payment of our debts, and the
faithful preservation of the pnblio faith.
The diffueion of information, and tho
arraignment of all abuses at the bar of
public opinion; freedom of religion; free
dom of tho Press; freedom of tho porson
under the protection of tlic Habeas corpus,
and trials by juries impartially selected.
In 18G0 tho cntiro vote of the Stotc
In 18C4 Lincoln received 72,091, nnd
McClellan 31,002 votes making a total
of 1UI,U17. (Uayonets tliat year.).
In lntiu tho JNcw constitution was
adoptt d (according to Radical count) by
a vote of 43,570, the vote' against that
instrument bcintr somo l.HOO less.
There aro in Missouri to day, not Icj?
than lbiUJUU voters, according to thence,
About half Hub number voted for and
against the Constitution, there being 1,
8110 difference between the parties. Since
that eloction, more men who then ated
with Constitution parly, now act with the
Conservative part v. than the present Red-
ic.il party contain, who voted against the
Constitution; but say for argument, that,
the changes ate even, and concede to the
Radical party 43,000 votes in the State,
and docs uny one believe that (his num
ber cannot be doubled by tho Conferva
tivo Union party That would give a
total voto ol about 120,000 In the state,
leaving 50,000 ior tho disfranchised class
Double the diafranchit-cd class, and make
it 100,000, which would leave 80,000 le
gal voters, and who believes the Radicals
cau carry even half that number. Ho
unprejudicsd man, surely.
Progress or the North Missouri Rail
Tho Dcmwrat learns from John F.
Hume, I'und Commissioner for the above
uamcu road, that Jay Cooke k Co., agents
for tho sale of tho company's bonds, nave
met with very satisfactory succens, the
demand for tho bonds having been so
great that thoy have advanced tho price
five per cent, oil the dollar finco tho sale
began a few weeks ago. Among our own
institutions wiiicti nave shown coinmcnd
ublo zeal in helping forward this imior
tant enterprise for St. Louis, is tho Third
National JJank of Kt. . Louis, which has
purchased ono hundred thousand dollars
or the bonds. '
At tho same time Messrs. Chatnplin
Smith A Co., tho' contractors, arc rapidly
nusning on ino wors, 00111 on uic main
1 ' . 1 1 1 .1 .t -
ino and the West uraneb. Thcv have
recently contracted for a largo amount of
iron tor this road. Undor suoh favorable
circumstances, we may look for n scccdv
completion 01 una roaa, notn to lowa on
the oast, and to n through connection with
Omaha on the west,' tho last making an
unbroken road of nearly flvo hundred
miles. Ht. Jiouis Uispatcli.
Geseral Terry aid His Reparlaem
Tho Now York Times savs that Major
General Terry intends to start on tho 8th
of Heptcmbcr mst, to mako a rcconnois
sanco or tho now department he isr to conv
mand. His department includes Minne
sota, tho oastcrn part of DacoUp. and a
pan 01 Montana, his headauartors beinir
at Fort Snclling, near 8fc Paul, Minneso
ta. Between Forts Kiee and andling he
win cswDiisn military posts tor tne pro
teetion of a contemplated wagon road
which Ucneral Sherman 'is anxious to
push through to Montana. He oxpccti
to bo absent two or three' years, and his
mother and two of his sisters will proba
bly join him this fall at his now quarters
at xort pociiimr.
The Ironton Knteroriso sava parties
have been in that place within a week or
two, preparing to prospeot tor gold 11
this vicinity. It is said old minera main
tain that tho indieationa for finding it are
good, and that paying quarts rock will
bo found. Whother or not, it ia vory
certain great varieties of minerals have
been round in that section. It is easen
tially a miuoral region. St. Louis Re
Let those who aro evil spoken of taken
comfort. It is only at fruit trees that
men throw atones. Whoever saw thioves
throw stonos at tho birch or maple treo
Tho moro fruit a treo boars and tho rich
er it is, the moro it is likoly to attract
tuc attention ot tne inter.
Tho latest brand of strychnino whisky
is called " needle gun. It is moro do
structhe then "Jers-ey lightning,"
ITS' "T 'B'O Y,' MO.
1 H. ( THIiO & CO.
, If avo;opcncd in Troy Mp, a,
Stock of Dry Goods,
ROOTS; AND SIIpKS,
which they Mil rell Cheap for Cash,
a a S j t 4
It is strange but true that since
J. II. THRO 1 CO.
llavo opened their storo there has been
rcduotton m pvicas'ol'at wast zu per
cent ' AI1 WHY!
Citizens of Lincoln County,
this reduction in prices wo will sustain,
ana as guuus uceune, rv win ireeiuie.
l-f -II 1 I!
N"o More High Pricos
The business to be carried on upuii the
ONE PRICE SYSTEM.
TvrniM . Vnnh.
(June 22, ISCfi.)
LYNOTT and KEMPER,
Wholesale d' Retail Dealers in
plows ami LivirrMxo HODS,
M a N' 1 r. cti 7 n k it or
Conner, Till add Sheet Iron Ware
(utters, Lightning Rods and Spouting
nt 1111 In tho country nt fclwrt ntli, 1111J nil
Mill' nt Ji.ui.inir i.ruiniiy itii'imru m. ercviui
nnJ irniit ntlrntli.n uit tu nil nrltr.';
In Exchange for Work:
All kinds of ltag nought.
Ciiuntrr luiTchunt? will finJ It to their ailvant-
agu in mill ami cxiimina my nnJ rtci-s lif
foro ptirchasing rliawhorc. nt I am lctcrininct tu
ser SELL AS LOW -e
as can bo bought in Saint Louts.
Copper, iKiKter nnd Lntd '
Taken in exebnngo lbr Work.
April 27, 180C. - nlStf
In Arkansas tho outrages of the Radi
cals arc not far behind those pcrpotratcd
by them in this Stato. The Van Ruren
(Ark.) I'reu pay :
The last czpiritiit strut'slo of the Radi
cal." of Washington county culminated on
tho 10th inst., in tho nofuriuu net of
break hi"; into the town elerk'ii oflicc, and
destroyin;; the poll books nnd ballota.
To glorify this hellrxh net of tlip.o lovers
of liberty, they, before they left, fired oil
liic ir justolH.
Humor nays tho naino act nag commit
ted to somo extent, in MadiKnn countv.
This must bo tho last expiring ptniL't'lc
e.i. n.i: tiV . " 1 1
ui iiiu xtauiuui i.iriy iu i mum iirKnn
In tho present important political
campaign, a vory largo share of the work
must bo done by tho Conservative press.
A special effort should bo made, by every
Conservative to increase tho circulation
of Conservative newspapers. Hy no oth
er agency cau so much good bo accom
Tho Hannibal Republic savs: "A
Northern Methodist preacher was ar
raigned boforo tho Recorder at I'almyra,
mo otneraay, tor ugiituig Mrs, Sarah J
La fever, and .was lined 825 and eoata.'1
As tho lighting was dono ou Sunday, the
revarena gentleman may have concluded
that tho day sanctified tho deed. Very
likely Lo was loval aud had taken tho
oath pf loyalty." some timo previously.
to say Qolptng oTan uncertain number of
oatbs bo may havo taken on the occasion
Before tho war tho Radicals said the
Southern states could not bo kicked out
of tho Union.
During tho first year of its progress
uvj uoviarvu iiint incy never snouia go
Ana now thoy protist with equal
ahamalessnoss that they aro out and
snail stay out. at. Louis Times,
It is dangerous to uso guano in the soil
01 Kansas, A veracious writer says :
it. iow uours alter planting cucumber
scods with guano the dirt began to fly,
and tho vines camo up like a atrcak, al-
wouzn no atartca on at tuo top of his
speed, vines overtook and covered him ;
and on taking out his knifo to cut tho
thing ho found a largo cucumbor gone to
seed in his pooret.
The 8t. Paul (HlaaO Press sava that
measures are now under way to establish
a newspaper printed in tho Swedish lan
gttngo, for tho use of the Scandinavians
in tho Northwostorn States. Tho wholo
number of Norwogians and 8wedos in the
Upper Mississippi Valloy, in the States
of Wisconsin, finnesota, Iowa and Illi
nois, is estimated at 200,000 of which
10,000 are tu Miune6ot,
Tray U?M M A. r. ana a, m
tfftto the full rqfc,n. V t!l
ItVIMiiiiPMil the lax payers i,f Lincoln
tjr at tho fulloKlng timet ami Lhu.. 5,.'
Now Hope September 3rd, ,4th, and SiL
Chatitilla PcHfinW Slh. 7th. in nS.
n-.. Q..1.J1... itiw i ... '".
Xruttnii fif ttmlf a Jut, 2lt; ant tun
Mlllnoml Si'ptcuilcr 21th, 15th, n1
LouUvlllu Sttitcmbar 27th Mth sadlmt,
Aulmrn Ortoher lit, 2m! ami Ht...
Ulanii furnliheil at oach jiltDa.
' I). B. SMlMiv
Aumor of Wncota Cuim..
NOTICH Is hereby given, thai I hatea,,!,
niv .i.i'jjon n itray mure, iiii.i. ..
three years nM lt rnnp, the U c.fn Irlrtu
eolur, hut n mull enr eh her H(tbt hln.lfj, 1''.
nlmvo the failure joint, Is well I luka to.tli,',,)
u. niv iu, ini m mj iiprriiin uy v. ll.Clarki,'
AU'lmln county M. whu tU(i.oid that fl( ij
fnlluniJ n linrse of his frntu that eonntr, 'jj
uwuur of !! mars ean trt hit property tiytill,..
Ht my refldcnoii fuur miks loutb eaat of.Trti
iiti.l log fur uJvv.Tllivii.eiit asj oil..
w.,Sv-. , iw 11 Jl I, n
qra nsr r
NATIONAL GIFT CONCERT
To'be given by the tnoit talenka Arllli cn tU
Aiii(i'icnn Co tineni!
St, LoiiIm Ho. Oct. 99, isfic
"it Ana m 1 ) sr 11 mn A.4 n . .. ..
' 1 1 1 M Slllll HU'I'V VI li' fill
In onKr to "oil a ttifficlcnt number of tUVeii
n iieiriiy 1 nc cxpeiiiet urttili
ainiil MiiNicnl IVttlival
1 ne irtiririiiri irnHio 10 preient to the Titt
Ih.l.li r. (I'tf.-int nr Kb'ent,)
Valued at fmin 2.'i.nl.i to f;iil,0Uil, anl nt "Trr
'ei'kn neither plie imr pnwrr but only as'.'i
hearlni;," m refer )uii Iu the f..lto wllif Vl'I.IA
IHU Ul I'ltriMiMS.
1 (.rand Gill iu Cash,
1 Grand (lift in Gash,
1 (iraud Gifl in Cash,
1 (lift af 82.000
!l Uilta of 1,000 each
.10 Spl1.1ri.4I I ni iiH
(LnnJ.t (elected ten years g)
.Sltuuted ne.ir (.'min.il IllulTi. nnJ In tne tlrithl
in naiiromn in pioiuoi eouMruetlon itf iraiil
11IIM. 1 liu titloJ. iierrect atnl frru from coiuk I
urances, may ne teen ul I nit oOiev.
IS Fnrint, 1 aeren, f,t00 each t!l,i".l
lt I'urra, 120 arret) 1,500 each h.iwl
I'U r.irint SO ueret 600 enoh W.it-I
I itiiiiroveit farm In tuna, cuiih value ln.iutl
10 Valuable City ..tn. In thlt city, In I
Riiiiil lucaliiiiK fi Hch iMl
W Hleinwnyt tlrmid l'lanos, 80t each,- tf
15 ChlekeriiiKS " . 60U (ucb, ",W
2 3itonilil Mul..iloi,n. soil
5" "A".i. 1 .Sewing .Maehlnej.flt'O .ifh it
li Class 11 " rSt2-!i.V:(
HHIIiMuil 11 ft .. $y
So Kleeant fllk lireti ralternt '.i " .t,rv
a.'. "Ii'iitii !oll ( IturtUtl ) Walchns i(H " Willi
.'"i i.iuiiea Diamond 1S9 " 7,wil
lliii Kiuiiiieliai " 100 " 10.11
l.'iUtlcnts huntlniteaacit ." ii " II.J
20.11 " Viitcnl Lever 4" " r.'l
tu.ueu viiiiiinw I'huieu I.lterarv ti, I
fmin i in in nicli, W'll
.'.,Ho i:ii(;raTliis and oil Painting.
i:xecutcil hy Aincrtran .Arll-t. Themlt
proceeds uf their unln tu fcv euually
ilinlrlliiilvii tu tho
C'hnritalilc Iiislltullons of this I'll),
Tinier the tlireellcn uf the l.'lly Cminelt.
.'-,0(10 lleantlfnl (IutJCI.iru.il(lUr(ure) I
Albuini r f.'i.DU eatb ' A1!
10,000 Fine llulJ Cl.wcl (iu ulctuns) I
Allmms nti.i,e0 iaeh JVM
10,000 Sutscrijitions for
Id the United Statu nnd Cnnailas,
3n,iu ueaaiae (hild l'eris f Jlxleasita I
' HolJert, lttnit Lockets, ate. St. J'l
20,00( fiteet EagraTia&fvA Bheet Utttlt, . I
2Zt,D02 Choice arlloles consintlnn of Thole
graphs of dlttlnguitbcd pertonagts
of both Continent!. Piieknt ('uil..ri
and other unlquo articles,' Vim I
J0O.O0S Making a flmnd Total vf lOi.tU I
After the Concert a Cominftioo 'of hcoll'i'1!
will bo selected by the andionco, reiireseatlsl
nearly aa pottlble tha Interests or Ticket W
present and absent, under whoso immeJUU n
pcrinlandenca the presents will be dlstrtes'
and all Ticket llodlors and Agents wl I la Inn''
diately furulthed with a eompleto list of feM
bors with their corresponding ptcsonts as distrib
uted by tho Coramittee.
Parties holding tickets will retain (tea until
after tho distribution, and If their nambsr ap
pears la the List ot Presents distributed, tneywll'
lorwaru tliclr tickets immediately with lull air
tlons as to the shipping of goods or moneys-
Tickets are for sale at theiirlnolpal Uoteis.BV
and MujIc Stores In the City and at ear 01";
No, 13 I'inhHIreet. Fried SI. Bentby
on reoelpt of prlpe and stamp for return poeup
Active, Enercetle and RellabU Ati
wanted In erery city, town and Tillage la l
United States and Canadas, to wboat frtat "
uveeinenie un onvreu.
Npeclal Tarma or Club Bates
5 Tickets to one address ft?
ie " t.t
30 it , ( ltt
40 " 11 .
! t ( "
cry case send the name ef each subicrit
lr V. O. addrtsa with town, county
Ktato in full.
press or lt Registered letters, may be sent at "'
risk. Address all communications to
' SHAFFER C
Pot otite nox, ami.
Money ny arail, r. O. oratn ,