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I'.. J. f'.l.f.lM, - - - - - EDITOR.
FRlDAVf - -CTOBKR IS, 18CS.
For State Senator,
110 BERT A. CAMPBELL.
B. I. WOOLFOLK.
JAMEtt K. CANNON.
Jttiticei of etmutu Court,
M0ILE1, M. I 10VELL afld
J-or Clerk of Cotfnty Court,,
For Puhlio Aduiinistritor,
JOSEPH B. ALLEN. '
For Snperrisor of Registration,
For Superintendent of Shook,
JAMES IV. McLELLAN.
J. B. CAMPBELL.
Wc call the particular attention of our
readers to the advertisement of II. II.
Curtif, in this number of the Herald.
He h.u the large-it nml best furniture c
tablishtnetit in St. Louis. His immense
clock of furniture coinprifces every varie
ty and style of patent and finish, suited
to the want and iip-csmIic.i oi all grade
of society. Wc have lecn through his
citablitdiuieut vcteral times, ami know
that he, docs not misrepresent bi f tuck.
From a personal aciuaintaiK'e with Mr.
Curtis for tweuty ycam, we can anuro all
who waitt Furniture of any description,
that they will find him a gentleman to
deal with, and will suit you as to price
and quality of any article in the l'uiui
lure line. Friend?, give him a call when
uiu go to St. Loui..
J. J. 1 Johnson, canttin of militia
of Callaway county, with his company
few days ago, hvizid tight hoses of aim
in Fulton. Thcio arms it in eail were
purchased by the Kadieul County Court,
paid for by funds raieil by taxation up
ou the people of the county, but ate now,
by the action of thix Statu militia officer,
transferred into the hands of lladicals,
probably to be uml in an attempt to carry
the elections next mouth.
The Supervisor of JlcgUtration of Ma
ries county refuses to either perform the
duties of his office or rcbigu, and it is ro
cprlcd (hot the (iou'i nor ha, instructed
him not In rcL'islcr the county. The
county is strongly Conservative.
Attorney General Slanbcrry has given
his opinion that the contract entered into
by Mr. Harlan, Secretary of the Interior;
with the Connecticut KmiLratiun, Com
pany, disposing of S00,o6l)' 'acres of the
reserve iands of the Cherokee. Indians in
Katuab, at 01 a dollar ppr acre, .cannot be
sustained and ought, to, be ignored
Needs money. Those who ewe the
lleraldfficeaud Imvo a tm;ro dollar,
will please bring. it along, wo nerd it
The cipenses to erect tihew building for
our office have' been more than wc rx
peeled, and bur lat dollar is gone. Help
now, in time of need. .
Spain has accepted the offer of England
and Erano to act ,a. mediators in the
i-panish Chilian difficulties. It i also
stated, .from Madrid, that llio Spanish
tlotrernmcnt bus information that the cf
fortH of tho United States Oovcinuunt in
the same direction were prngics.Mng fa
vorably. Tike i'oiiHly Fair.
This F.tir begins on TucMhiy October
fu'fli, and will Ia) four days. The fair
giouud-i near Ashley have been put in
good condition andtho eitirens of the and
have made every arrangmeuta for' the
proper accommodation of, visitors. .
A lata crnaut of Nebraska City Miowa
a population of eight thousand inhabitants
and oyer, one mousaud new buildinga
pnvato reudencea and bumnes houtes -
text, Ker. ereeted durmijj the aummir.
Drake oi TakliR ike Vtr r' Oath.
Here is what Drake said in his 1 1 ill
boro speech ob the lSth of June, said in
relation to the 8d claure of tho Constitu-
tion. Wo quote from his own printed
As the writer of that clause, and as a
man who has for more than thirty six
vears made the law tita study, 1 say that
Tl I ! . ,' . t
Ilic OIUJ proper coti.irucuun oi iuu:u
words is, that icArn i man take that oath
before reentering cjjtecr, if it r nvt Jacie
etidenve'thnt. tu far at p,m ln'jaUv ' "&"
ternen, he itii qualified tuhr, and If 110
CeRirxry Evrarncr Appears, it is Con-
ClHMTe' and ttie orhcer is bound to regis
ter him, as audi, it m no other respects
he ootsesses reuuiste iunliflciton. if his
ricni IS .UlftuUlCU. 11 13 UU. IUVHUI.ll. V"
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him. alter takini? tnc Oat i. to prove mm.
clfoutitlcd to vote, but hit pri.M faeic
right mutt le ihtproveJ.
Talk lo Your Neighbor
We have got the Radical ludly deatcu
in Fiko county if the people will only
come out and register
Thercforo uicge upon your neighbors
J.ct no one stand, back
No man can vole unless he w registcrci.
NotwithMandiug you may be dut upon
the tcicctcd list, the new constitution says
the Judges of the election mnt receive
your ballot when you go to vote.
Then don.t fail to rcgiste your name.
At o meeting of delegates to the Con
grssiotial Convention of the Oth District
from the counties of l'ikc, Lincoln and
Montgomery; comprising the 11th sen
atorial District held at .Mexico, Mo on
Wednesday, ''eptcmbcr 10th, ISlW, a!d
delegates Icing authorized to nominate a
candidate to represent said District in the
State Senate, on motion of Thomas J.
Powell, James II. Ray, of Mont
gomcry, waaclwcn Chairman, and D. L.
Cnldvell, of Tike, Secretary.
R. i. Snctlicn, of Montgomery, put in
nomination Major Robert A Campbell,
of l'iko county, and no other Humiliation
being .i ado, Mai. Campbell, was unani
James II Ray, James L. Hcstir and
I'. 1). Vandevcner were appointed a com
mittco to notily Major Cumpdell of his
A resolution was passed rroucsting the
Conservative puiiers ol'llin iliatiicr ami St
l.onii lia vers to iiiiIjIiisIi tliu proceedings
of (hid Convention, and on motion tho
tho Convention adjourned-
JA51KS U JtAl, Uliairimm.
!) L. Cai.uwkm., Secretary.
Keep Dark tilt the Kltrtlum are over.
The editor of the New York Indepen
dent, Mr Tilton, wiitcs thus from l'hila-
The only hesitation of the Southern
delegates us to uttcrihg their solclm de
mand lor ttie negioc s Imllot, as a sale-
uard lor tho woitc man s lile, wan ihc
fact that they were buttou-holcd by timid
iNorllircu politicians, who beusicit tliem
not to mention negro suffcragc until the
elections were over.
Bold. Highway Robbery
On Saturday, the lTith lilt., a man by
the name of Hogan, who was employed on
the farm ol Mr. harlci Hcaidsler, near
speiK;er.,lm.g. 1 he occurienco took plate
ioi uiu uiiuii in en ie. . iio'.'an n ai
driving a team, and one ol his horses hav-
iug lakin sick, lie hadttopped tocc what
was tho matter, when two men rodu up
caught him, took all the money he had a
bout his person some Sll thetit tied
him hand and fuot, and left hem. Ho
mh lio men were well armed and moun
ted. Louisiana Journal.
North Missouri Railroad.
Wc are informed that Mr Chaiuplin of
tho Gnu of Chmnplin, Smith & Co, con
tractor for the building of this road has
just rcturu'od from New A'ork, layo made
a lavoraiii contract lor Uve tlioUbatidtou
of railroad iron to he delivered in New"
OilcatiK this hill, ami that the work on
tho branch to briinswiekjou also on this
extension of the Iowa dine embraced in
their coniriir.tj'jwill now bo prosecuted
with renewed aucrpy, mid wo hope; our
nij'gbbiirs in Iowa will also jmsh tholr.por,
tion of that State to meet us, in limo that
we may have duiing llio year iidiredt rail-
mad couuoeltuu Iron St, Louis totall por-
..r .1 .1- i t... ii
mum ut mi- aiaic oi lows oi..1jvui o
publican. ' . m - 7 , i
Our Roiinlaiion, A-gcutlcman'orici-
uio and intelligence has. been ct'gaged on
an estimate nf population of this city, and
and fixes it tit1 twenty three' Ihnnsand.
The estimate is based ou the recent report
of tho la rue increase of school pupils jn
the city limits. The gentleman is positive
his estimate is correct, and wo aro confi
dent that he is not fivn hundred out of
tho way. St. Joseph Herald,
, $500 Or Inprisounrnt.
If icgistcr unlawfully lejcctsyour name
he ih liubl to a line of 9000, and it heeau
not puy .the tine, be must livo it out in
prison. He is alr.o forever disqualified
from holding oflieo. A terrible thrust at
the "cormorMtiUs." Letjunlawfully voters
remcmocr tuia t
A Massachusetts farmer Bays he' has &
biuuii iiicec ui lauu vu nuiun uiiiuub were
raised every year for seventy five years.
I .. J .1... .k. I.!.! .! ..... 1
and that the railing of the game crop was
Utopped then by tho onion msggeti and
cot bv want of fertility tn the coil
Xintli Mafriet t'nfrcsiai
I'ursuiotto tho recommendation of the
delegate of tho Dili Congressional dis
.i 1! L.'l .. .. I 'nnvniil inn r
trict, attendins the Suto Convention of
tho National Union Conservative party of
the State of Missouri, which assembled in
the city of St. I.ouis on the 3d day of July
ISUU, the delegates appcumcu in saiu dis
trict to nominate a candidate tn represent
the district in thoCongrMs of tho United
Slate, met in Convention t Mexico, on
the -lith of Scptetnlor
On motioti of James Harris, of Roonc,
the Contention wa called to order by
choosing Dr. M. R. Arnold, of Boone, as
On motion, T. R. Dodge, of Ral.s.and
James L. Hcs.-er, of l'ikc, were appoint
ed Secretaries pro. tern. t
J. W. II. Harris, of Buono. mouetl that
the Chair appoint a cotnmittco of ouc
lrom cacU county, wtiosc uuiy ir suaii uo
to report the namci of proper person's for
permanent organization of the Convctir
tion: and also to examine and report upon
tlic cicdeotials of the delegates present.'
The motion was adopted and the follow
ing committee appointed, John R. Mor
ris of Audrain; J. V. Harris of Roonc;
John H Jameson of Callaway; 1. D.
Vandcvoucr of Lincoln; Thos. J. Powell
of Montgomery; John A. Sncll of Mon
roe; Wm. Stark ofl'iko; N. S. Dimtnitt
of Ralls; John K. Me Dcarmon, of Saint
Charles nml Simucl Price, of Warren.
On motion of Thorns: B llsn is of Cal
laway, A liovcll of Audrain; James M.
VVaugh of Roonc; Thos. R. Harris of Cal
laway; A. M. Shultz of Lincoln; D. II.
Moss of Monioe; Dr. Thomas Tollcy of
Montgomery; D. L. Caldwell of Pike;
W'm. Xcwla'ud of Ralls; A. II. Edwards
of St. Charles and Thos Uarrord of War'
reu, wcro appointed a coiumittcc to fix
upon and recommend a basis of represent
ation for tho several counties of the dis
trict. The Convention thereupon took a re-
cos.'' for ten minutes. Upon reassembling,
the committee on permanent organization
reported as follows: For President, Dr.
M. R. Arnold of Roonc.
For Secretaries D. II Moss of Monroe
and A II Edwards of St. Charles.
Tho report of the committee was re
ceived and unanimously adopted.
Tho committee also reported that the
rollnwing named delegates wcru present,
a.. . . - ........
and only cutiltled to teats from their re
spective counties. ' llc names are omit
ted lor want ol room.
Thomas H Harris as chairman of the
committee to fix mid recommend a bails
of representation, reported that the com
mittee had agreed to recommend the pop
ular voto cast for Governor in 1SI50 a-, i
proper Ihim., allowing to each county one
delegate for 100 vote given and one del-
oguto for each fraction of 100, when in
excess ol fit) votes, thus giving to Ar.dral.i
lit delegate votes; Uoonn 27; Callaway
-C; Lincol IS; Monroe -2; Montgomery
III, Pike HO; Ralls 12: St Charles 17, and
The report of the committee wa re
ceived and adopted without disrent
Tho convention beinir thu permanently
organized, E. C. Murry of Pike, offered j
the following, which was
I'ts'dued, That this convention in ma
king a nomination of a candidate to rep
resent tho people of the'.tth I'ongression
ol district of Missouri in Congre, will
expect from cadi person named to the
convention in that connect ori by him-
Hell' or fonie authorized delegate, a pledge
. aWdo , ,he BC01 or,,,J wnvMi,?u
. , . , .. .1..,CJ1S.-.1
good faith to support the' successful
nominee, ami that tuc convenrion will
entertain thu claims of no person fornoin
ination unl'efs such pledge ii first given.
Mr. J. W. Ilarri, of lloone, moved
that tho convention proceed to the nom
ination of persons fiom whom thall be
chosen a candidate tn represent thd 9th
Congressional district. Adopted.
Thereupon J. L. Ilesscr of Pike, nom
inated IV in. l Switzlcr of lloonc. ,
J. A. Roulton of I'oone, tiotninalcd
Ucncral Odon (luiuir, df Roono. ' T -
J. R. Harris, of Rob-fte; nominuteu A
drew Kingof St Charles.1 " n,l .'
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It, J. iTiinj,ui i inv, nuujiiinivu ir ill
Ncwland of Ralls. " ' "
Co further'' nominations hcinsr made.
ihe'eonvention then, proceeded to ballot
for51 t'hndidato. ' ' "
, ;'.J ll.V llir.l l.i.tl.,1 .Cnilluln.1 fvAnnll'ilil
There being 18S fotes 'Cast, 9."i was ne
ecssary to'o'choieei'and'lhe President an
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liar on j rvmg'ii; iawiaiiu u
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nounccu mat no cnoico una uecn mauo,
The second ballot, Sw'tzler 81) 1-0 votos
Gtilttir; King 45, Rowland
Weecssary to a choice vo votes, bo that
no coico-wus made.
Refoce procecdinR to a third ballot, af
ter a Consultation among the delcgatoa
from Rhone, J. 11. Harris withdrew the
uame ol (Jen, Odon Guitar.
On the third ballot, Switzlcr received
120 votes, King t!2; Newland having been
...i.i-j j. .i i ,i .,
wiuiuniwii uuring inc nauoiing.
Win, V. Switzlcr havinc received a ma
jority nf all the votes cast, was declared
by ttie rresidenl, to bo the npniinco of the
J. K McDearmon of St. Charles, there
upon moved thrtt'ol Switzlcr be declared
the unanimous choice of tho convention
Tho motion was adopted without dissent
auudliie plaudits ol the cntircconvcntion
T. W, Sampiun, of Roono, moved that
the President appoint a committee of 3
to watt upon tot bwitzler and inform him
ol his noniiuation
The motion wai adopted, and Messrs,
Sampion, of Roono, Morris of Audrain',
and Newland ot Kails were appointed
Durinc the absence of tho committee
Gen. Guitar was .called upon to address
the Convention, which be did, amid much
enthusiasm, in soma well timod rcmirks
upon the principles ond policy of the
Conservative party and tho necessity of
their maintenance in order to secure the
liberties and welfare of the people of Mis
souri and of the. Union, and rehiring his
thanks to his fricadsfor their confidence
expressed in him.
Jtidae King and Mr Nowlad also rcs-
fiondcd to calls made upou them, paying
lamlsomc compliments to Col Switzlcr,
their successful competiter, and pledging
him a hearty support, in order to .'ceurc
The committee appointed to watt upon
Col. Swit7ler appearcc, and through the
President introduced him to fhocotivcn
tion, which received him Villi rapturous
and mo-t hearty applau'e. r
Col Switiler addrcsed the Convention
at considerable letiylh, thanking the Con
vention heartily for the honor confered
upon'hlm in according him the nomina
tion, dibussittg some of the ifsnes now
before thc pcdple. and Promising to thor
oughly canvass the District before the
Mr Lesser, of Pike, was foffercd tho
following resolution, which wus enthusi
astically and unanimously adopted-
lCct')'lrte, That this Convention does
most heartily approve and indnrso the
Declaration of nrineinles enunciated hv
the Conscrvarivc union Convention which
assembled, at Philadelphia on the 14th of
After the adoption of tho resolution, J
S Rollins was loudly called for and in re-
aponcc came forwardjand addressed tho
Convcntion'at length in hisusual eloquent
manner, upon national and State politics
being ircquently anplnudod during the
delivery ol his speech.
At the close of .Mr. Kollins speech, on
motion of K. C. Murray, of l'ike, the
tho Conservatiye Union papers of Saint
liouu'wero rcnticsted to publish the pro.
ccedidgs of the Convention, and all the
papers in the 2s inth Congressional Dis
trict favorable to thee ausowcie requested
to copy tho same.
On motion, the Convention then adjourned
sine (ft". .
M R AH NOTD President.
D. II. Moss, 1
A. II. KuwAitD.. f
Anolher l'rrarhrr Arrcslcd.
Corresponeuee of the. RepuMican.
HWiiiyfim, Mo. Oct. !! 1 S00:
This night Rev. Father Vattmau Ian
guishes in a felon's, cell charged with tho
terrible crime for which Chtiat was con
demned iiud crucified. Two indictments
hud been fou'id against him by thu pro
fessiuual jurymen of this county, for
preaching the Word of Cod, and the cry of
crucify him, crucify him'' wins to great
that he was confined to the criminal's cell
by order of court in this, one of the Uiii-
ion .-Maic.i ol America! Wit I wiierc : i
our boastep religious liberty '! where tho
boasted home of the oppressed; the laud
or the lice .' here can the .May l-Iow-cr
of IfsOf! land, that her pilgiims may
again kneel upon the ruck and give tlum'ss
to their God that they arc delivered from
the ham's of iheir i.'cr.-ecutors
In leroidiug thin outrage, that must
"hock eery lover lcpublicau government
it must be stated in justico to the Judge
' tlitl U'l r1it-l fill 1 1 111. iivlrnhiil Itn.lirtt.Ktn
t lllltlirtllifltp US.- VAIIV.I4IV tUHIVlll IP 111 i 1 1 V:
he dischaigcd this duty with much to
litetanee, but the new Constitution and
the Fletcher Cuurt made it imperative
upon li i iii-
Outragcs of the most disgraceful char
nelcr arc being pet petrated almost daily;
but as Radicals anil professional jurymen
mo the paticipants, no notice is taken of
them. Hence it is not to be wondered
at that prcacciug to asiuful people, is ro
gardod by thcBe conservators of the pcacoj
is the only.criino that should be punished.
The famine in ludin. v. .
Tho reports oflhe flimihe ihilndla are
cnnfir'tiicd, especially in the region around
Calcutta. The'eorrcilpoiidctit of tlic Lou
Ion Times, writing frorn that city on tho'
llth of August, sayy,' tho city w:i.-beiti!r
su crquded with paupers', afid pestilence
was so itnminent, that the'muutcipal com
missioner and one. or two1 mcrchtnta or
organized a Committee, 'and on Monday
mt n piioiio meeting ot all classes was
held in tho town hall to raise subscrntionB.
Official, reports were read givine'statistics
nuivu wuiiiiiiuicii -iu uuec snow iiiai'iir
ditiuii to thd, Kirk in the hospitals,1' and
that numbcr'is increasing by about 240 a
day. It may be said that' 20,000 atarving
are now subsisting on charity dally in
Calcutta. ' ltcports from Cuttack aun
llalazon arc oven more appallintr says the
some authority. Think of 900 hundred
dead hodics picked up in the streets of
waiazon in onp morning, lialf the truth
has, not been told. The lait return from
llalazon show 703 deaths in one' little sta
tion, the week ending July 21, and if you
treble that number for tho many' who be-
comolho food of tho jackal and and the
vulture in the junglo.or ditch you will not
go beyond Gods, truth. If is ominous,
that thu board of revenuo has ecascd to
A Herald, s Washincton scecial sbts
the Commisiioiihr of tho I?rccd'mcn,s Bu
reau has received reports from Tennessee,
Alabama, and Arkansas, for the month of
Augtiht, all of whacli coutinuo to give
nigiiiy encouraging accounts ot the return
of peace and tranquility to theso States
Djfr eu' Ibo Nlwen "iTpat Dyer
of Pike, one- oftho Radical worthies, re
iterated, at a recent barbacue iu Ilals
county that "ho had sooner voto for anig
gr iuao awmto manLonsorvatiyQ, So
says the Kails County Record. Does
Dyer pak tbr his party? .This mubt be
eoiv"o'i unle.-s they reputijtte him.
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A i l n o A
rs Hi;xn.iv. aimiii. sth. ieno. and
Vuntll furtlier notler, the 1'aiiciiEcr Kstirots
iriin win run uaii, etunuyt flxcuiau, nil .
Trains from 8t.' Iul North.
XifL and ttrncsj.
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41,:; v. i.
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Arrive) t Macon
Yraliu from Macon Hauth.
Lesbi-J .Macon '.'.:(0 . M
" .U:l:tivllle 10.01) A. K.
" Cairo 10,1 7 a. M.
" Allen... - ! lu.a.'i a. M.
" Jtcnnlck Is a. v.
" Sturgiun II.'.'S a. v.
," Contiiilla 1 1. .'hi a. .
" .MciIpu 12.32 i: v.
" .Mn'thmliiri; 1,11 l'. til
" Mt.ntpiitncrv City p. i.
" IHkIi Hill 2,20 I', m.
" tViirrcntmi X.AH V. M.
M'l'ntzrlllc 4,:;n r. .,
" St ClutliM (1,2.1 r. M.
Airlvc at rit Louis 7,'M a. m.
0 Largo flgurm liowf wln-ri- trlm mol.
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J. ft, I''clis, i J'ict'l Jti'0'.u S"it.
April 27, 1800
.flnguirc'si noiinc B'lanl.
l'ur mure ilian twenty tuns t!il viilu itito tncJ
tchie liii" In n In gei i i.i iiau iis a retnt'ily nr ill.i
Then, ily-onhiry, c1mi1ii,i un t i.'iin!.illili nt'tlii'
towel InrKli'tit tn .iiiiiiiur, mi l we iln imt i-mii;-si'Mic
win a j s.iv lint 1' l tin; eii-t mi lul
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Tin' tcry t i"l rcmi'.ty lli.it rm 'iMi'fl i H'mt
Hta 1 Mu'uiu'i' i:.tt.i. i 1 ii.Miiii. I'l.mi, ii l In
tinllrtv ni"ilr tunnv nf tliu i bulill.iii'il
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tl.i'i- tii.iv liu i!.lkri, li in' ii in l"l'.' .ul
mil) .'il Milli ii.tnul''iiii j hum ,-, riii I'll Hi it linn'
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tn (.iir l'nlr a iiuiiilx r o! iirmlnrK nf tin- Smlitiin
.tulk. v, liu'li In-n't'um tn li ive muJo n t-1 1 1, 1 1 i,l
liUliiMtitivo iri-iilii'. mill ntiiin nthori" lie liml :i
jjiitlniiii nt nun- ti'iiiii-iiti 1 frniii .nrtfliiiiii, lili-!i
will viry 'itri-lj b iMtni' n s"l 'i.'i buvcrjjst1, nlun
oli.vn :i u n r.i-.-: lin-l In niil'f.i'iil i'i,int',lli i It !
a i-li-.ir ilnrlt nil In i'ilu , ultli it trrli" innl Ihim
ln-tiiii'ii shirry n I n rljn;, tiuity .Minldn. The
ariil in It i' tii.t n'i'it. tut linietl,nn i.i '
Slii-rry, liilo It Inn ii b -ilv mil rir!inc n n
lumly locmlilln lien nl.i JLnli'lra d an imytl ln
i l-i- n-i inn tliitit, t f. Iti'.l l' l'.avt.r li nut ilr iii
1 ijiinlity lllcly 1 1 tiuU'i' it i i -1 .r. It 'f i'!i'-ni.
ft iMii lui in.iilo ni.il tulii fur itivniy-rtc ni.t n
ntlui. Tho S'lrnlmiu rt.i 1, 1, unl fur rn'ir m
ni'il ifM a' fully ur J.yf riU'e, nml lln ulli"!' ilur
in.i'K- from tlio it-fur'. Nutliln I' ni.Titir-il nl a
iri'ir t alii illo i'iir)i,.n li r tin- wim-. It i n i v
iiiii U' nf tliut Hliiil. Ji - yii'Mi'i) ult tin' u:ir It imii
' vIbI'I. TIii' (iiniiitliv, .Mr, M ir rt.itir, l-'nliout
out- l. itri'l ol Him- for every ti n ot'molii'.i'ii.-iMiiiy
otttv tin- n-fiui' hKit I Ik- inoliirni" U mililii. Wc
:in't why tlilr ilUuiitiT.v rlioiil'l nut rui- toil-
vcrmiiy nu'i ini'i Jiy ruvc-nifiui. . .vi'c .-.
l.inr.itrv, Oitin, Mny :, 10.1.
Sin. rittt.it1 ltiv Ui'.ir Sir : Your iitii'tluii
cxticui 'iltit; .-'orcoUM Witw I wilt iuiht with ili-n
lire. I li ivo ln:i llm kIiih, nml mine Nnnly rix
tiiniiili' olO. 1 liAtu fiuiiari"! It it'i nh it'lli. t
cull .M;i'.on:l, ntni it i iiii:il tu .my 1 Iuivmi'ii
or m.'ti'l : nn 1 i! I iini'i'itliii- i-vitv il iv l-v ai'.
1 c.lll iy tn till' Mililii' it l tum'li 1 L'tlll llllllt Mm
ri-'it-it.tiil It tu me. I oni M'tliin; niywliio lm
" 1'iT e;.iilii, ami I imii innlin it . it tin- io.t of
ii'. Ms Ui'liiiiimrr nreull niisioiir to km.'A iiniv
the tvlnu 1. iiinilr. I utiiriiti.lii.-il I will riiiliai'
fiMij a yfar liy .illlnir lnillviJu.il rlglil', for tln-v
cun milri" trine enougli out uf lhc!lnimliis; wtiltli
it re tlirnnn uwqgktu il tlicm j Lrsidcr, it U mi
trouuiu in uiaku I la' nun'.
Aiif!3t IM'.I". nVS,
' DEiLIS at
Which I o'cr at Friooa'u low' u aaj
hooae.Xaat or "West, -
lierobanta wiahing aar'gooda la
my line will aave money by getting
my prloes before pareiiaalng elae
AZZ OOODM WAMMjUlXaJO,
ST. CIIAHLKS, 3IISSOURI
J. CU8TKR, Proprietor.
Thlf home haiboen refllliia andraraiihod, an 4
and buiner men
.. luiaicu ior loe convriinro or t'aiclcrr
1 ine 1 1806 j
. MATT. H. CUI ,LE , 1 v
Kwtlcr. 03 Xorih Fifth Street,
Orpolte Mercantile Library,
tit. Lenin, Mo.
BOOK SBLLER & STATIONER.
OrJera from the country promptly attended t
January 16&0 ni ly
In the Lincoln County Herald.
SPECIAL n THA.I3KT.
Look out foi the Gars
Whistle on the Breeds at - f (
k 1 1
WAa'ARK ALL'fiOINQ TIIIRE. J
livery Uody Hushing l0 ' '
FT A1VK IVtTr..lEs,
Children cry to go.
The reason Is I hat Goods can be
iint't.iir (,'iu: a per vnnitK,
tliaii nf any othr Hoiit In thu Vnttel Ststei.
stop ATio ar,
Whuie yo'a citn'tjuy flotlilng at HcJiceJ Vrl
Call and sen the genuine ' '
rpilir If. ro . r tlt'l .J.-trh l.a.JuU teccIM tti
I lnrKept anil l.rst electnl rtork ol
iivnU Fiii'niMliinj; Hood
tti.it wn cut oflUcil tu the lyil cllizem of
ST, CHARLES MO
I 'HANK P Ai;j.'r4
U tin- tiliiei-Joti't gd to any other Bensmof
Imlnitiiin If yon want
A COAT AND TROUSERS
In wliU'h tnrtamt up uol irotjiiri. tn Live, ilirn'-li
atnl nljey mm. Ii1utiiii; i1:iiiim I, vt a milt to lur
llil 1.0'ly win it liai "rliufH.il off llilt rnurtjl
i-oll" whti li N niulviiliiit tu tote, cutriihtml
. Ley 1:11 'HI
i a n A; 1 a if e '! s.
("fliis is no '':oaI.")
lor III" liit.'.. f.vliti.n leliKtii!i i
.1 A' A' 1 A U !. i: S.
I'or 11 I'l-r'ni't fit ur tin jny,
CrJ o 1. o TV o. ii T
for 1jti!iif4 fUilft In tlititt. 0 tu
I IC A AIi P ' I I, i: -s
for nil Uml of duililng nf llin lili-t rtylci, uu, (
mli riic that ymi ciuiiivt on J nllt nut n-fu-o
to 1 11 . J.;i .Murk the iilaic well. Your nun in
ti rivt 'lijurej ymi to call. S'ee tn It then lliat t un
Won't lam JSo. ZV?
A -t". 1: uf ?i!!i,uO'l tint In htuii ami coiilntitly
Iiht": .t film ii jiuth. Tl.cy must In foM at
ii'luii I j ilfi-..
Xoir h the time to fet Itargains,
Shunt- M11;! til," fK'll I1W1W tlm Inirn iuuJ
thu wliln'i irltett I ! I'm ..ff lor
1?" I .VTV I C I A.f j rs.
Anoint Jl l?t'd u."l-4ui
IA'NOTT aiul KEMPER, ,
Wholesale iC- lleiail Jkulert in
PLOWS AM) MGUTMNG RODS.
Cojipor, Tin jitnl
Slirct Irou Ware
Hods and Spout'tntf
imt 11 p in tlm niiintry at short nutliv, anil all
-ni'l pr i't iitti'iiiioii ... I I tu all oritur.
num. oi .lunuiti iiroiniir tllli'Tnletl In.
In t:f limine for Work:
All klnilKluf It it trf "llnufilit.
t'niintry men liaiitr will tliul It tu their intrant-
n " In. mil mill et inline tnv imoiU tw uriep. be-
I'm I'lii- liii-iii i l.enln ie, in 1 uiu ilvt.-rinliiwl to
tr,r tv.i.i as j(o',v -m
us c.iti he" 'lintiolit in fc'.tint Linus.,
f.yiw,' Iir'ti-'itid l.riid '5
Inki'ii iu fxc'iutio fur U'ork.
Ajuil 7, 1 . nl.Stf - .
Jcntiinjrs 4' 1 fflf farJkn I il'rhprimhV
J'imrlli .Vmttlir.'WiV cn, i Uc, ,y ta
Mi. liOiiiM, ,TIo.
XV'lH ' r''eelfii1ly Invito Ike IriteHlniptiW-
. no io giro lueir iou?c u trial, otrprc
y.rrt. iii-iv, n-mininoif iijtoiia VMUP:
lulliocity. , , Si til. 21, iHlW.)
J i J
Ri li CI. DIKRKBR. .'roprlelerg.
Thin In a How lintel with largo ami '.t(w!inV
ronnir, with a.J grind nci'ntnmoihitlon. a. at any
elly hotel. Tliolahlol. .uiipUed wth the ,heit,.
tlm innrkvt afford', mid llm bar with lu'thntccitf
nine anil liquor that can be found.
an. 2t, no 3i. ; t
II. II. IUfDSOiV, Aiictiouocr.
i'o.T urnt'i: Aiinnn.'s,
Irfumille, or Troy.
J. n. .noRRi.soi & co.
DKAr.KflS XN It
MM, l.nrfs, Frtnrh EMBROIDERIES
ItlllllOXS, IUIKSS TniM.MI.N08, ,
Hosiery, Gloves White 1 Goods,
French and American Corsejs,
Zephyr Worsted, d e.
No. 51 North Oth street ST. I.pi'IS
Juno t, ISfifi n23 p7m
A. :J; KERSHAW.
Draw, Fonntler ami Pn
ear 1'u.t Office, hi LOUIS, Mot.
Brats Work of all UcKriptloni for Hrenora ana
Didillcr. , i -r , ,
Vtait, Wood anJ Trou Pumriu'f all ir ptic'r
Alio,. Iron, Wcil aoil Lead pipe I
hme I, l-'6 n-r. Tm . , ,J