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ween pMMHMiit HhU to. : .
saT TrMMiMkffrNHUNkM MBit V lesom-
vUlte laoartad till othorw.M ordorod tad ohargod
1 at Ue iWr rate.
Prsfesrioeal oards .of Ja Hats er ton, will bo
MarrUf. Deatk, aHaetal aid Cbarek aotlcet
ttl ke pahUthed free.
All ooataiiBloatlmi of a persoaal satare mart
to aabUshed over tho writer aaao.
fegBlar TtMi tf tie Cwru if
OOUSTT COURT Steoad Monday la Febru
ary. Ma. Angott nd Noreabor.
CIRCUIT COURT. Third Moadtr ta Marea
tit K.u.t'i Moaday In Psptember.
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i?3 ar.tr nii"in:.-V, H.timWty.
Jcor.lv l'u;c:in:caJrnt of Common &chooljnJ
:nl y u'n Ar.eat. Jti. M. McUlrlUn.
V 1 C W'-.-.jT 4th Patriot. A II. Martin.
G AHDING HOUSE:
U.i. 47 flotttb Foarth ntreet.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
,-r Vekly n1 Dor Duordarf aeoouno
ditr.J 09 ramoaablo trmi.
rsiey at Lawt
f .-uiton, Lincoln County, Mo.
111 proe'lao in all the Courtt of It, third
1 I; ttcul Cirialt. All 1uIu"m entruittd to
'.-.: IH bo prinptlT attendtd to.
v. 12, IMS. al
.i.TIES iTI. ITIcLEIiLAIV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
1 1 L I T A il Y CLAIM AGENT,
TROY, Lincoln Comity, Mo.,
Offlot In tho Coort Ilomo.
Dto. It, ISA. nl
F. T. WILLIAMS,
Attorney a,t IaWi
NOTARY PUB. 16,
Poeaabir , ttl. at ly
JAMES A. WARD)
OSoo aao ioor Nortbof Hart aad BtatrU,
jr. ,rio,ko!,i rl' r
OooraiborlS, ISO. al
Attorney' At lLia,w,
".X7IL1. attoad to all bailaoti oatraitod to h'i
W ear, ta tka ooaaUai of Uaoora, Wmtob,
Hontgoanry aad Piko.
(any IS, IBM)
Attorney at Xavr,
r?.OY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.,
02s la b Coart Hoilt.
T?ilit IS, IStS al
.Dai. 3. . GCODHICI
'VILL SPSND OME THID OF
hu t.ce jr. Troy, iron th 2H!i
5 t'i T.d of M ur.nth. wham
no win f.ea1 tj ts ctllJ of ts-Mt who nay do
sir 1 51 ;,-a
tti.-'.in Oild Oni'rlmln'ntercd for the psialo 1
iw ii .'(tth. reath iatcrttd on G&H ollvor
iz.1 juiicr 2ic. Alio, coall&a'.ioa of Gold aad
'Cii, Et'drca:,;, ay old patroni,
til. O&v, a WontiTlllo. jaao 92, 1801.
iiii & HOUSE PAINTER,
u lot Soatb st tkt Pmbytsrltn Oharsh
lit Sootk af tha PtMbTtarlta Ghana
rrprd at all wsms teexennte allwerkwl
o-uio aad dlopataa, 'aaylf, MM. IMy
TROV, LINCOLN COUNTY,
GIBBS) FIELD 9k ftOtt,
hi. ckarit, m,
MANOFA6T UALRt Of
CLOTHS, CISSIMES, SIT
' Jcbmi Blaakeli,
" . . . i
500,000 Lbs, Wool
tor wblob oath will bo paid, or oar aaaafaotarod
OIBB, FIELD BOM.
mj 4, 1806. 8a
Corner Main 4 Chauncy Streeta
St. C1JARLK8. MISSOURI.
PAULi, WALTON A Co.,
at ail tuato propand to tllordori for
-4 FULL'11 CL0TH8,
! MEBhO CL0TU8,
(. Alil'ETS, FIQUUKD COVERLETS
All Wool Blankets,
Stocking Yarns, Etc.
7a alt of which wo Inrlto tko attontloa of rair.
eluntt anJ furmtro. aV The blcbort aarkot
prkf potd tor Wool.' may 4, 1889 Am
.fAKiTPiK ma? a Dana
rr. ro rathlng tbx Iowa City Pomp, with do.
taobod chatabor, Iron futoatagi forhandlo.
The Illlnoia Pomp, Rprlogttld, Dooator aad Chi
cago pattern!. AUn, tho PenatyUooU Pomp,
Erie and Jonetborvngh pattora, al of wblob wo
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
thry eo bo boaght at aay otbor FaoUrjr la tho
Uaitod titaloo. A literal ditcoontoa largo ordon
of ON It hundred and orrr.
I'trton ordrring can addrcn Haley and Co.
CommiMion mrrchnnti i n thli city , or through my
trarolingORcnt, Williira Donelmn, tho on y u
thorlicd trtvrlling agent in the Sttto to take or
deri . All ordn promptly nl ed.
may 18, ISCtt nil 8m Loulilana mo.
. ?. Crawford
Wboloialo and Retail Dcaltr la
Books, Stationery, Cheap P Mica-
tions, Newspapers & Magatlnei,
No: 84 N: 1th ttreol, 6T LOUIS, M 0
Particular attontloa paid to ailing all ordon
for tho Country trauo:
ruWih'or of Kilkt Sootloaal' and f.Ywirlp
nap of Miiiourit UareUyi dlgoit of Mlwoari Be
portaaad Wklitloaty Uinoart Pont Booir.
Jllnob', 18W a4 Taj
T-Buth and Sn
,i AlMr Maanfoetoreri f
fflH, DOOBH1rtlr, dkcl
LnMbor Y4k(d 42i. .PwuiVBr. Enb F.ofcrV
and KonlngWlli LWif AfeaT, botween THlrd
Airainat orareirod lumber, mourning, o;y on
Jan. i. ao I.
Publishers of lWusic,
P1lM.?ariei jf Ht-stctr IwimBBits
Of olairy doterlpUoBj WooUra AginU foriolhof
laflPSaBoo; aaTPrlMa and CoVMarawod
Patit oUdaoai. whUh wo farabKwFfialory
Vlllg-Jlli Igalaarlot. Proboaora aad
Now Maila pakllakod tally, aad an aow amoio
pubiliaod la tka eeaarry ragalaoly raooirod.
Juno 8, 1144 aM Tib
t. X. KREMSR, P. MARTIN.
KRRMKR Jt MA MEN,
Proprietors ef tka
Coraor Uala aal Jasksoa Itroots,
ST. CHAR.LK8, MO
are bow proBaret to eMtar a okaieo artl.lo of
'atioaa. The' will OA aH. Uoaoa; tsaalia aaat aav
Ue fall valas far 01A1II aallMrad
at tao Warskoase af P. tiattsa, s
undursiitnad, s committee appoint-
th Central Johnnon Clnb of St.
t(l liv the Central Johnnon Plwh nfmt.
it.... . . . . . .
uum to propose apian ot action tor tie eommuitao. or ollitrwiie, a lit confain
prppu ot iba State, ta raf'aranet t tka ing: ! Tha mbm F all paraona rtR
v ruumn !. luiiuwmg auiruaauoDa la
regard to your righto and oldtiaa tuiiar
tho Aompltcaied .y.t.in.nf ragiitration,
tno .complicated ayaMtn.nf regiatraiion,
provided by the new Cot atltuiion aad tho
ae! oFtlw Lagialatuw. : . "
.'Thoaa provlaiorla of law' wera dcreaed
aa. aeprive a urue naitiuw ol.ou artba
aieOllVa IrillClllap. Hann, tlia
UeceiBltV lor Vonr aetivitv ami ri, !!...
in aecurtag that intatintable ritfht when
e.r it c U uo uriHar .kV law ..it
now standi : and blao .i beinr Dren.nd
Mlbow to tba World and h, :oh .tha,
what, vonr .trough i. In .iJVt.i- w.i
llOW n.-lllV Ol'Vi.U kava k,in rn A
We ati'seu tlerefbiS that ttery one
who coBsido 8 himself a roier uttend t'io
p ae of le.i tf itiot. in hii own t cutiou
preomct, take tho oath unJ ark to be roit
itral, By the ninth ecetinn of the Registry
act, the Qatar ia bound to put down the
name oi every nun who applies thus for
fied or rejected voteia. If von am nut
on the list of qualified voters there is uo
tanner amenity. ,
If you are nut down as a rejected vo-
ter, then appeal to the Board of Rcpetra-
tiou, and at the proper time appear be
fore the Board and seek to have your
vote changed; but whether chanced or
not, in every ease let tho applicant attend
judges of election. The judges of elec-'cccded against at once, criminally under
lion are bound to receive his ballot by the provision of the twenty-third section
the provisions of tho filth section of the of the Registry law, which subjects him
second article of tho Constitution, to punishment if he in any manner vio
la cms where tho registering officer late, willfully, the provisions of the law.
refuses to rcoord tne name of a person, I It is all important for us to proscrve a
either as a registered or rejected voter, 1 Hat of all rejected votera and of the per
let him offer ta take the oath and be reg. ! sons for whom they offer to vote on the
iaterod both before the registering officer election day; for if those votes thus re
and the Board of Registration, and if jectedwhen added to the registered votes
still refused let him nevertheless offer, cast for our candidates, will give them a
his vote before the judges of election. majority, we shall claim that they are
We woulJ alao urgo upon the people ! elected and contest the election accord
of each election precinct of the Stato ingly, and in many counties, especially
where there are no Johnson Clubs or- whore the Judges of tha Courts hold the
ganited to sppoint a committee of vigi test oath to be unconstitutional, wa will
lance of from three to five of their most te enabled to secure the Sheriffs and oth
diaoreet citii.na, whosa dutv It shall ba ar eountv offieera. The members of tha
to attend, flint the place of regiatration,
then the tittinu of the Board of Armaal.
and finally at the polls, to aid in bring-
0 jrwawvaww owe Vj!le B4UUf Ull BV 7WIIH VVUII VI IHV VHIIWW UWIVI
in procuring taitimony where it is need 1 should at its next session in December
ed, and whoaa duty it shall be also to announce its decision that the teat oath is
preserve in a memorandum book the invalid, aa we bave no doubt it will,
names of all those persona who are re- It is no ordinary occasion which calls
funed registration, whether put down as for your active and earnest efforts to pre
rejected votera or not, and the names of serve your imperilled liberties. A stern
the candidates for whom they offer to and determined purpose to secure them
vote. ( at the approaching election under the
Let tbia committee carefully preserve law will alone euable us to do so.
these facte for future use, so that they JOHN HOW, Chairman.
may be able to testify to the fccte of the
rejection, the name of the rejocted voter
und the name of the person for whom he
oners to vote.
These duties, both on the part of the
citizen and the coiutcittee, should be dis
charged in a quiet and peaceable msouer,
offering violence to no one, but being
prepared to resist it when offered by oth.
Should it happen that there is no reg.
istering ofboer iu any election diatriot or
in any county, then we advise those who
consider themsolvea qualified votera to
hold their own elections without registrs.
tioo, complying in all other respects, as
far possible with the law. Although
there is no' pro vision In the Constitution
or the Registration law teuuiriin: pernons
to register in the district in whi Ii they
reside, yet' it ia b:nt to dn so iu ull c:ncs,
because the lint of registered to'eiii lor
each election precinot ks raturne by tho
Register, is the list to bo i'uriiUhed Mm
judjrea of clect'o'i, and it would be xsx
iruiuoy ,iiivyiivuivv, uuu in umu in
stances iuiprACiicab.e, for .the vu.er to
prriour evidence of bis having belli reg
istered except from the list in the Lands
of the judges of election.
Wbt never the voter is Satisfied that
the reulsteriog officer has willfully and
corruptly refused to register him ss a
" qualified voter," he abould immediately
institute proceedings againit him before
a Jnstice of the Peace under the provis
ions of tke 23d and 26th aiotioas of the
Registry law, and have him bound over
to appear before the next Grand Jnrj to
answer oriminslly for the offenee.
We suggest the foltowing plan of ad
tioa to the Johnson Clubs throughout
1. That nob club appoint a vigilance
committee of resolute ana discreet man to
attend the1 Ragister'a office nn the daya
appointed for regiatration, to voneh for,
enconrage and protect onr friaada in
their legal demands to be registered is
1. Tbia eomnuttee, or another ap
pointed tor that purpose, snoild also be
required to attend tne polls on election
day, and see that oar friends who are
2hw .w,J,.,ToUr ,w
td t vote that all persona pit 01 MoB,
lMt of rejectsd vsleraTofir their ballote
. ,B J.1"
or eieettoni en4 tftey I"" ,,!r 7" . .wmiviiw, loirf, te ipnii
astbairMU bioiW also preserve n net of seen tejeev gar, laieiy arreawa in riiiawptaw aw, , loaao nri wiie, piaee. The UUrEiyilln Hbnitof aaya
Clajatmt. ed voters, aid of those who offer to vote, roite so Barepe, was on innranay sen. noaiug mm aaaa, asu Eurrtea again, tie tint Its years ago it wee hat an inaTg.
aiatnwwsi ke have not been put on the list of teased tetva years .nrisoasjent. He left her indlitirbed, nd returned to the niloanj village, whil Way Ft aamTswi
I SBTnif. ! j i j- J.u... .A.k. Th.J -..1-all Lta IM anttan Mian Nnnik aV J .V. J ' - '
'awiaiiiBM aw aryacwro imia wnia w jin f wai - - evgiajna ,(
MO.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER i, I8fi
ptrions whom they Mrerallj offer to vote
for aa candidates
.8. That, each.
tor any office.
.8. That auekaluh nracura from thesa
; ..: r - .
aaaua oi an yenoua anronau aa "ra;aot
; I. Tha nataea of all fVea"
white adult malea not anrolltd. either ai
white adult nulea not enrolled, either aa
qnaliled or rejected tere, who present
themae te (or regUtn U n
4 That ancb Club dielda iU uiatrict
Into eonveniant aubdiviaiana. tack of
Whlnh ahll Km iot.ail In a MmmllM
rliiia Hnl If .h.ll ha In unmra Hit
of the name and pol.tical aiatoa of its
whii. adu.t mil. r.ald.rta V.tiU-d to
roji-tration. and to narauada and aaaiat
in .... U r,,!,.....' .lio- frlMJI. a
to t; e u ii ,ue or the Gun ectin of
. -c-.v f
t he xv r.nil articla f ilia l:uii.titiiiinn tn.
rejeoted voter offering to voia, marking
airen aa releotcd. hut no auch
be received unleaa the party offering it
tane tne oatn ot loyalty hereinafter pre-
It i the dnty therefore of the register,
ing officer, both under the Constittion
ml the ninth aeotion of the Registry
law, to keep a register of the names of
persons rejected as voters, and if lie fall
Legialatuie) thus chosen by a majority of
tha eanatiea in tha State will ba tba law.
ful Legislature of Missouri, especially if
F. P. Blair, Jr. J. O. Broaoiiead,
krabtus wells, C. F. Burncs,
Wm. 8. Cuddt, O. D. Fillet,
Joseph O'Neal, A. C. Bernoody,
J. U Terrt. 8am. T. Glover,
OEORGE A. MAOWIRE,
President of the Central Club.
A CAUFAI6N BONA.
Air "Auld Lang Syao."
Come all good Union Demoerate,
And join the column atrong.
That moves for i.aw and Liberty
Against the tyrants wrong.
We'll halo no broken Union, boys,
No PuUnd in the South,
Nor Ireland ruled by iron hand,
No padlock on onr month.
Hurrah I Hurrah! for Liberty,
Hurrah! Uurrahl Hurrah!
Hurrah for our country a lag.
And on it every star.
Dimliiioiiint may rant and howl,
'J'had. Stevens rape and roar,
And 1 uiuorr in the &iiate scowl,
And Wade hix curse pour.
Our banner ia the fl.ig that bears
For overy State atar,
And death to the Dmunionltt
Its symmetry would mar.
Hurrabl hurrah! for Liberty,
Hnrrabt Hurrah! Hurrah!
Oar Unions thst of all the 8tates,
From Maine to Oregon,
From Lake to golf, the sisterhood
Of thirty six to one.
Oh I who would strike a sisgre State
Yrota ent the glorious band?
Aoeirsed be his traitor heart,
And palsied be his hand,
Hnrrahl Hurrah! for Liberty,
Hurrah! Hnrrahl Hnrrahl
Ohl wbo would blot n single star
From ont that good old lag,
Or call it, Oreelylike, "a lie,'7
And 'bates polluted rag.'
The aaoriloial blood that towel
The Union to restore, .
Appeals to that trie lag tilt beers
Tor every State n ater.
Hvraht Hnrrahl for Liberty,
Hurrah! Hnrrahl Htrrahf
keen VrTf 71 1" ' f " B" tb7 Mt' driBk Trtbhna, cn
cc.t.fied to the Juduta'of aleotion. and ptat the prooacd. in gouernm.nt hyJ,
they shall receive the ballot of any auch imj IB U exempt from tasation. thus lKtZm
oaaaa ... ,fcW eLftj afc... Ou aith 1 T-'"
A Firaers 8tlftceiy
I have my hundred and sixty acres of
A bS"n&& 1 people were
all tiled alike and my taxes were light
a). aa.lu.aa aW Aa akaaa
I bought my eaiiinat forteraatr Ira
eaata a yard, y aigar for eiuht cont. a
poind, my coffea for twalta cent a pooad
poind, my eoffei
gB paid fot the
t dollar a day
lea in gout ana invar,
hire my hart tit Lands for
1 1 . A a ,
i .1 iA .1 I
I have to pay inoon
h i Vo Vut roTn. . w.wLJL'-"" fflS!
Tl., r '
T i . AVJV- I Y.
' i. J " tTJ'TZ.. w
VBrtatk ajrl nn I Btilla tvata mw At ff
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necearies are tated
until they are
j..i,i.j i K.t I
l nave to pay laborers two or three
greatly increasing; the burden on those
i it is hard work foa me to get along
tin ier the burden imtosed.
I fear it will not be a great while until
they take all I have-all for which I
have labored hard for so muny yeuig.
Tho public dobt ta growing no Iss
The publio omcerd are becoui nj no
Thcisecmt to be no disposition to
I wi h titneri wore as they used to be.
My sons went into the army to save the
One was killed and tho other came
home a cripple for Hie.
The soldiers put down the rebellion,
hut the Union is not saved.
Those who induced my boys to Ight
for the restoration of tha Union are now
against its restoration.
They demand that tha naKtoan skeald
They were all Mt free.
I am taxed tn keep up a buraan tn
It is now demanded that the
shall vote and make laws for while people.
That a neiYs thattsp to the polls in
tne place or that slain boy or mine,
That a negro shall go to the election
and hill ay vole.
. , . 1 ' . . . 1,1,1 I
i aoni use ia nave aar vote auieu oy a
My ftthers assisted in making this a
white ra.ma government.
I would like to perpetuate it as our fa
thers made it.
They tell us that the negro is "a man
That ho should have all the righta and
privileges others enjoy.
I consider myself better than a negro.
My boys are better than tiegroea,
1 would not have negroes marry my
I dont like the way the Uadioals carry
on, and I dont sec any prospect of im
provement with the present men in power.
Guess I'll risk a chsnge at the next
election. Holmes County (0,) rarmer.
Andrew Jsekson was born in North
Crolina, emigrated to . Tennessee, and was
elected Preaidaot of the United States.-
were wonderfully exercised because he
dared to remove men from office who op.
posed the Oovernttent. Andrew John.
son was slso bora in North Carolina, em
inrated to Tennessse. snd ia now Praai-
rf.nl f th. ITnilaM S,.. PK. B.rtin.1.
.11 1 ' "'"r " , T i .
... jua. wonuarjui.y cn.is.U antmt
tin (waiaTinK mo irum ouco who are
now onnoied to the Government. Phil-
.Ipb:i.wthe onl, oityi.tb. Unon
vbosj, nun cipst authorities refused to
M!?' ?" a,ncj5,J?k??
ion bla visit to the .Wast, and Philadal
tort fii faa tli an Anita. ! eavL Aaa.mna4!ta-fc 1 aM J
. , i k 1 w rr a
thorlties refused to extend botpiialitiea
tj. Andrew Johnson on bla visit to tha
West. But the people of Philadelphia
turned ont enntass to welcome Andre
Jaekion. and by a decided vote at tha
SMaaa b a-asvj Vsa tj a-fea-j tf uepvtae aa,HBj4ei Oall'
,u .1 ,
ont en nius to welcome Andrew Johnson
and will ndmiaiatar a limilar rebuke to
tjje present municipal su
thorlties at the
ballot box. Strange coincidents some;
times bspyvn lb this wicked world of ours.
, L rnusaeipnia Age.
The New York Pot bal strong hops
of a resumption ofspecls payments by tha
Trtuury. It estimates hat by the Hirst
of ApHliharu'will be in the Bstlonal cof-
rer one hundred and forty five millions
of gold, aad allows the forty I v millions
a . i . Lm.JhJ fa.ltltb..h
forinwrest, leaving a hundred ntilUoak
in the Treasnry, wnten wm on inmeieit if.tMy ctJme In our party ,will be eat.' ,
to hegja opmiron with. i ; y , , r !'
' man naxaed LUiet'iatnraad IkaTwik i- 9unmmmn.rm. '
New York Pept f-A Tribaae Lea-
tenwnrlh enMltl tafnrmattnn vaoatva
from Port Laramie, Reno and Big Horn
rier.etal4i that whltei' hare bean'
till. 1 a t. . W "
allien y ine inoiane. -i ' I '
The roi.4 fir im Larakla lo Powder ri
r ia tiled wtb graTaoof aaurderaarefi. (
A whole iia ..ei p!gHnrn
Number of mm and wontop kata also
been killed., A hand of Artfahoea at
taakad aaathttjrain oa.BixlLflri.lilld .
iHvan, atola ail tha .stock and xoinUid
no mi nop ITBTei.
ronta from Ifort Ra'fiii MnJffttl tha '
. r- vr-i- :
I!"'.'. "AVS1 ".I"""?
. At, aa . . . f ,
were killed on tha Big.Hom rim.
wav, ivimi w ana .aiiwaiii jjiw
I Tllriy TWt) Inn M
lm mm aa .. al iJi, ' J
T.UnlaWant .rMMn., ... at,..!.
i,u,a,B r .... t,..in. ih
Indians, Howard was grieving over his
h u defeat Qovemor, Breckenridge was
,tudying the oration of Cicero against-
Citalineata Koutucky College, Chase
Wih endeavoring to gain a law' practice in
,(." inni t . Sumner was eulctingtho Bos.
ton bur, Broderick wa cutting stooe,-
Grant was s schoolboy in his teens,, and
Farrugut was watching the honor of his
flag on the torrid coast of Brasil:
losses it D.yten, Okie yjMl riieij
I Tha foltowing is an estimate of the'
I damage at Dayton Ohio by the late rains;
Business losses 1138,000 '
Detnestio Idssea 7&.000
Publio losses (axeepting t
sul railroadt ft bydranlio (0,000
Grani (01.1 MSO.OOO
The loaeea at and. affetnd-IfcdiaaaDolts
ale eatJmatfJd.nt MOO.000.
I il Mi l
CraiY fbT ter lair Ce itttjt
TSn,t?ptihteJd Republican sUtet that
there U Jow, living in Bnckland, a toiuiao
named Jotlah 8pi nldihr, who has been
ociiflned in an iron eagb ft r over 60 yearsi
'and for more. than 30 years has not stood
A .III 1. 1 1 , 1 . 1
arwet, uu no aao uocuiua so ueionaeo insi
f . . . ' 'if. i ... -
it is impossible to' straighten bis limbs by
manuel force, He refugee to.be clothed.
and will not suffer any thing toi retholn
on him, and is Only ktpt warm in winter
by waruidg the robm in which his cage'
Thad. Bteveus said in his place in the
House of Representatives, during the
war I " We intend tp whip these south-,
ern rebels, seize .their prpperty, and. hold
their territory aa. subjugated prftvincee,"
But Andttw Johnson very decidedly re
plies we will do no such thing, Mr. Ster
vens. On thr contrary,; we will restore
to tbcm tbeir property and reinstate, thm
in the possession of their constitutional
.rights. ., , ,
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A correspondent of the Selma, Messen
ger describes the Ice Mountain, eighteen
11, I A. r.nm Unm... W n . t'lHA.n.H .
hm i0ne 80o feet high, at tL? fwt 9f
which lttue, , jce coirM.'
woiio on ino aiue, oy turning up tne loose,
rocks, ice may be fonnd io;ie, idfle 9?
lummer, th. trriter, as be M fiL :EaViitV
p,rsonslly tested tho faot. "5 -MWfr
, , aye
t. w-..- . in-u.. Lt-L-if, )..
. V?. .Mr." , R
isna, maine. tne neau aectdenuy rami
ottt oroo df An, fcarVeU'f i
rMa T ...11 u.U.I.A'J
ward tlt-9"'p V'
wiy w uayivaTsn III dve-TW aJBt1VnB
year will be an'aversre'oheaJlVrr
the contrary n6tVrftliwteHi0C.1'&iq
-. .a-t, "ui loilodln
X quaint writer ft he hM see woaaaa
.n tl.t tfc.vU'lMTjTa
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but I never law one afraid ' to bVnttrried
wMh u r.k i.avr iha. all t,,
pat together. ""' ' ' '- ' '
The election in Mohtona, On ,tho Mth
nr Sept. isreportw to Have frtuTt-fl lri a
dsmbcratib Wttorj, by h vltf gOTO.
Why dont they reconstruct the Southern
Whb stand retenterit knocking It tlk te
It seems to me,' says Simple, 'ttt'fc sin,
Now they've. repebted, not tmthtniin,
It would not do, says Wise, for eaet k
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