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Dry Gaoclfc Store
- . IN TBI '
CITY OF SAINT CHARLES.
ATKINSON BROS. & 00
Xarge and Well
ASSORTED STOCK OF
CJ LOTHIN 3
A N I) i
which they are utility ot tho very
Store on if a in Street,
'nearly opposite Malliiikrodti Now
Nov. 30. I860 u49 6tn
nfi;npR 6 ir h et i
Also, Manufacturer of
No. t North -Mi street,
fj)j,o,lln iho Ci.nrt Iliiati) 8T I.OL' li, 110:
JW Precious Stones tastily reset ami
niciics and Jewelry btillJuily repaired'
4 IMP 1, 1500 .
The 6rV.il b.scoveiy of lite Age.
The luUrrlberi lislnn .uicbnr.l tbo p.Ucjit
fixlil for tk flnlc of Mincml fur iniKUI'ncturlug
HoiluilUM WISH, I
Itiiij Dili m-tho'l of Informing itiK cltlicm of I
Mil oi.ri Ibtt tlioy h.itu c)io!nti't Henri, liar. I
1 :r i 11 yon, ni St l.iil. i Ilia Uenernl ArioU i
t r thi Stato to oU rUhUj ami any n(iUontlon in I
tlino fnr lnfcruiliono., will ) nunctualtr at
UnJctltjailhclro!:i:c, Xo.JdB l'inuit, 1'ai.inli-!
toti, ciititnr, Ao, oan tr found at their ofrlca jir-1
lug iniria.thnn n to tbn gronth oftliscane, mi l ,
tbt uasu:aclur ofSorjjbua:, j
SUItOIIUM WINK j
it tliaiUr ! MtJcIr.i or Slion.r In ll.iwr uutl
i(ii:ii. Initeo'l it hn tho naaio ultmoiiti, hiiI
ii pi fvelljr frr from nnjr ilrug iilmtcvcr, bii
uttra aairoct utid snail u::ij, tkau any Urrr
wlu. and aa nutrlliuua and hoalthful ninny of'
'.ho brat gntfi wlnra; linn cxcctlcuttonto luetic
l)ipi'pala or ntalc rtomaih. During the lint
voir it has baon rxibiUd at nil the Drinclniil citlo
if tbo Korlheru Ututrt, alio at tha Stota F-ilra ol
tl'ilo tadana aad l,ciinajlvanli..anJ C.i vrorv lu-,
Unco bat toot wilt, drolded crinmcnaallon, the
boit JuJgej invaitahly jironounolng It Madeira J
4i wflif nnmr ami run winuui ino urn (UBiiiy ,
It exit be nirnia at.a vqry oxp-nca, njr at iS eta
par gallon. Suijbuia luanafMluicr. by proour-1
mr tLa llhl. oan ...ro nil lb inenu .if rt.ln !
ih Cunn ud uiPi.ufncliiriuj; tb aytup, by tyrla
ibr WMhlnf(( and kiiaminr; of the pup r:J mul.
Ing tbiim into '.ai.it-. ,
T.. I. KIVE3, JI D. I
11. V. I'KIPEK StCliar!.J Ma.,
Agenta for all tha oouiitlea Id
state to aril rlibta.
Apply io ii.MU'tn
BKYUK, (0) Plae at
Amouit many cMllfljatea
i' glTI tha followin
ic ikiiu nor., tr. u. uantmrai
Pietldeut of the U K. Agrl-
cultural Society, held aununly at Wnahinglon 1
Colonibua. O.,, March 31, ISM j
Iter. A. Mrrrr: Tba aamilAf Sorghau wine
lalt by you with me, hai been aubmitted toaoverat
JuJgaa wbt baa UtiU'diay,boufo,and without e- i
ptlo ha. met with decided commendation.
Moat oftkem pronounce theatoma or fragrance of
yoor wine that of the iherry, tba nt)notjty that or
the Madeira, tt ia certainly i fair Wine, and
deitlaed, no doubt, from tdaeaio aad eheapaeai of I
ita manufiotura, Ij beoome an Item of ralue to
tha maaafaeturar and ealtirator. . I
Oct. 26, ISM. . W. Ji. IIUBDAi.D. .
Haf uire'a Beune B'lut:
Far mare .hau twenty years thia raluabla taad- '
ialne haa haaa In g.seral use as a remedy for dUnf
.1 , . . ' 1 , . ( . T
raaR, uyeentary, oauiam au'a vviupiuiu.a ui mv
kowele iaeldent to lummer, and we do sot aiag-
mu -li.n mm mmw thai it la tha molt aUReaufiil
aad popular iMeJfie.cver offered to tha publlo.
Mlaiouri Kanuollcau 1
Tbb vary hast remedy that can be used loi Choi
era, la Maauiret' Extract of Denna Plant, it is in
tolteVy superior to any of the roeoipte pabliahed I
M ua; wewapapen, no miliar irom ,wuai aouroo
thay ? ha derived. It was mod In IBM 50
aad 1 with, astonishing: taoceie, elnoe that time
as Sra lot DUurBoa, pyaentary and Bowel af-fecUoia-tenerally
It hia bo rival. It It sold by
druggists everywhere. St. Louie Democrat.)
Ague sad Fever, Intermittent fever and OumV
Ague epeedlly eared by MagulrVe Afue aad Fe
ver Mixture. Prepared aad aold by J. k C. Ma
ntrt, Draggtatt, oorner Hacond aad Olive street.
Dej. 7 ISM aM ly
Claims brtriR Act of jdlt jsth, use;
MOST SI FILLED WITHIN
Si Month, from Ocloler. 1st, 1866.
I asa new tally areaareb to attend to alt ctalm
at UU alasa aael all othare,
npaeiat atUatlsa to letters fro la tha eaaatry.
HENRY M. P03T,
j, Army aad Navy Claim Ageat,
i Neith Fifth (treat (upetairre), St. LoaltM
Army aad Navy Claim Ageat
A Winer Kwh tnm Msatua.
Correspondent of the Idaho Times.
Moattna has a large population, the
moit whom are Eastern men accustomed
to low wages,, anl art ready to perform
more iaoor ror one uonar in greenbacks
than a man, item thia .aide would do for
two dollar In bankable gild dust, constf
quently the miner from the PaotQo coaat
feels at once depressed, faces about and
aaaouneea tne country. The aamo with
merchant aid apeeulstors'; tlmy' pouted
in last spring from all sMea with every
thing imaginable, eapecialy provisions,
hvpinjr to make tbelr fortune all at one.
and many fell abort oftkeir aVitieljatioai,
nu aoiu out at any rate mev could obta it
si it happened with our humble correi
poudent. But the wealth and succcsa of
bandreda and thousands did (tot escape
my notico. Men of all classes who went
there and worked with determination, if
mey uiu not male ti eir fortune in one
summer, they are at least woll prepared to
make it next. I am not ptvlng tho coun
try any more praise than it deserves, for
i icit tt with low than I found. The
truth In relation to the prosperity pt
country is chiefly misrepresented by those
who are guided by mora roport or by ill
success;. If a person, however, doing
well oil this hiJ6 I would nut advifd him
to co to Montana: but if u Hereon is look
ing for a chance "for better .-.r for worse,"
let him go tliero, take hold from the start,
not look buck, but "uniko hay while the
sun shines;" and to tho merchant I would
! say bring more greenback and leas sum
, bouts, mid yuu may ell be convinced in
.t'mutliNt Montana Is not ''played out."
Do little crediting bubincs-; rather sacri
j Ceo a doubtful cubtuuicr than make a bad
' debt; the latter tiro plcnt'ful over t) orj,
land aro Called "business in a minute."
11... I flour was retailed when I left at 89 per
wml bundled, and everything in proportion.
1 1 have every reason to believe that as
I many as cipht bundled souIh left Monta
1 'ia daily for the last six weeks, and no
doubt inuiiy loft who will wish themsclvos
, back in thu ripiing. To winttir iu Mon
( tana ia not dangerous; to bo there early
, is MinKtimc of untold advuutagu. Veil
jism is the principal ornament of Holciu
hiitvhcr shopi", and is sold cheaper than
I. cc I'. llur-csatu sold vbrv lor.', but cat-
l!o arc on t lib r'se.
Sundy Amusements lu .Eufrland,
It is Mated that quite an active piovo
nii'iit has begun In tinglund in favor of
allowing tho laboring vlutrf, who aro at
haid war f all the week, an opprtuity ol
enjoying th'crtsalviis at cricket 'atid otlicr
athletic spDr(i on tiunduy afternoon, thu
morning he-it's pent in church. Thii
movement fnr the beneGt of tho.laburiui;
' ; people is said to be beaded by Arotulea-jt-on
Ucnnison. and is supported by rautiy
, people of hivjli religious standing.
Proclantati. n !
lias proclaimed that War no longer ex
ists an:! peace is restored throughout the j
Hutt and Parker '
II A V 13 tJ I' E X K V T II K
1 . ,
a W H I IM S TRADE
w ' ' 1 Saar fca
in tho town Ijf
SVLESbID STOCK OF
.... .Jo : 11 Oi J
Sprillff tUMl bllHIHier U00(1S,
r Q '
V. . i .. .. ,
rhich they offer to their customers
GREATLY REOUCEO PRIDES
And1 4 '
Ve advise all who have purchases to
make to bay their gaoda while they ara Torn
' ilrirlg along your "
Arid you will get fil vdlu at our store.
niTTT ilia wawKH.
i . ' ,e
AJrril 13th, 1806. nl6
v AND -v
Nesjt; Wart cjtaer ,5th and Ottv atroett
If yea want Cheap Ooede go to tho model store
of tht Wait, soratt Sth aid OII- streets.
Full aaita made in twenty four hours.
Nor, It IMS' ) n4 lyr ' '
a. I ? .
The True Lift.
The mere lapse of years U not life
To eat and drink and sleep; to bo exposed
to darkness and the lieht: to bace round
tho mill of habit, and turn the wheel of
wealth, to make reason our book-keeper.
and torn thought. into. an implement of
trsue inis is not lite, in i t tin- but a
poor fraction of the consciousness of hu
manity ia awakened, and the sanctities
still slumber whiah make it most worth
while living. Knowledgo, truth, love,
beauty, faith, alone oan eiro vitalitv to
the mechanism of existanoe, the laugh, of
mirtu wntcn vtnrates through the heart,
tho tears that freshen the dry waste
within, the inusio that brings childhood
hack, tho prayer that oalls the futuro,
the doubt which makes us moditate. the
death which startles us with mystery, the
hardships that force us to struggle, the
anxiety that ends in trust, arc tho I rue
nourishment of rational boiugs..
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DEW 19 aVCtROSBOJV
Itanufacturora of and
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
STRAW GOODS, AO.
i'ourtii sTnr.ni-Ht louis
Deo. 14 IROft nM-ply
TAKEN UP by William M. Lawaou of Wa-
a vany lownanip, a n one aiacr, iurcoyc.ara oiu.
mirboil with tpllt and orerblt in, ear. Appralaod
nt $3i by Hurntlo ltuinphreys and Iiaao Kiliott,
I ... L." .L l.f
oeioro jonn neon, j. r.
TAKK UP by Rdward It. tTptcgrnre of Mitt
wood lownablp, a bay bone 2 yeara old laat
-prlng 14 baudi high, email aoar ou right eya,lid.
Appralied by fraao Untegrcrea and Iiaae Downa,
at M bvfore W. It. Iludaon J. P.
rPAKEN UPLy laaao Wblteatdca ..f Ilarricaua
a townabir a yruow none Jiulo, I year ol
townabir a yrlloar bona Mulo, t year old laat
splint;, main anu tan light colore i.
al tf,.', l.y II. K. Weill and John IV
lore Jobu (J. Unrf nlnij J. y.
' 'PAKKX UP by Wayno Adam of Warorly
I X tow ti-.lii a dark brown mare M ilv 2 yeara old
' liter if Uglilur color 1'lJs bnhd high' Aprniacil
in S0 by A. J. Diii.ii and W, 1!. Shilckclford
bufuro Wuod.dii liv iii.!'l J. 1'.
I Dneoffibcr 21 1680. nii-lw
Malrlmouy and Hi ESpcdses.
For tbb especial benefit of young men
cotitutnplntiiiir matrimony, wo Icl- to oiTer
the following brief experience, iu two
cnapiurs. , ,
$ho stood boside tho altnr with a wreath
' tt o ran i;e buds upou her head upon her
back the richost kind of duds her lover
1 stood beside her with white kid gloves
'and diokeV.clbau the last was twentv-
1 one years o!J, and tlio first was sevcuteeif?
J lie put son a job was over evory one
had kiscd the bride, and wished the
young folks huppines. and danced, mid
laughed and cued. The last kiss had
been civen, tho last word had been said,
and tlis happy pair had simmtrcd down
land sought tho marriage bod.
I She stood beside tho wash-tub, with
iter red hands in the suds, and at rior slip
I 'had feet there lav a pile ot dirty duds ;
: her husband stood beside her tbcvcros
' seat man alive tho last was twenty-nine
I years old, the tir.it twenty-five.
i ntt heavy wasn was over, tne clothes
hung out to dry and Tom bad stuck
his finger in the dirty baby's eye. Tom
hnd been spanked and supper made upon
a crust of bread', then the bride and bride
groom went grumbling to their unhappy
' Story oa the ('BSl(yiioB.
At tbo cioso of Judge Story's commeu
tafy on tho constitution, the following
occurs: . . ,
"Uepubhoi aro oroatcd.by the virtue,
public spirit, and intelligcuco o't'tho'cit
izeust They fall when the wise aro ban
ished from tbe public councils, because
they daro to be honest, and the profli
gates are rewarded bocauso they flutter
the p'eoptb in order tq betray them.V ,
Philidelphia ia built on a gold-mine.
A writer says: "Under that city there is
a deposit of olay, measuring ton square
miles, ibis stratum ot ciay nas a wick
nest of about fifteen feet. The chemist,
in applying his. test, has discovered, that
gold exists in that clay bed to the valuo
of three cents in eaoh cubio foot. In
that vast clay deposit there are 180,000-
aaa . . i ... ii lia ! .1 : IT. a M 1 AO
uuv uumo leoi, in which ia uiuuacix vtavo,
000,000. There is gold enoagh la every
brlek made from it to covervit with two
ac(nara inches of gold leaf, and within the
corporate limits of that city there ia moro
gold diffused than has yet been' brought
from Australia and California."
A Wisoonsiu Justice has decided that
a man is not liahlo for the liquor bills of
this wife. d
A riuetrl;tlhMrIf H tirT.ra
From the 'Hartford Times.'
. xssaa. EDtreu: The belief that
tata earth is eventually to be destroyed
by fire, ia auhsUatiaUd by thadlsooverv
that planets, exceeding the earth, in aiie,
wp uoeai uk a aaojjcaca vo, ncai eo id-
tense as to entirely annihilate them from
the firmament TheTrocn eye of thotol
escope, gathering raya from the planata
whioh are viiible and fixed, has affd'rdud
to the vision of tho aatronomcr sufficisnt
light for him to assert that nesrly two
thousand of these stars have disappeared
from the firmament wilhTu tho lust four
centuries. k a' ' - a '
Jl few evenings since, while watching
the firmament, with the moon atfrcr full,
my attention was attracted to a large star
which stood few degVes above the eas
tern horison, and apparently o.i fire. It
represented very nearly arevolviiig boa
con light alternating iu tiolor first, its
face presented a bright crimson color,
then followed a pale bluish tint, then it
would relapsa into' ita natural whiteness
presenting all tho phenomena of a large
conflagration when acted upon by a
strong wind, t am 'of the opinion" that
the star was being Consumed Tjy fire
, 86ch aro the triumphs of true scienco,
(which always leads tho aspirations of
mau uou-ward,; that the laws which have
prevailed in kingdoms pot made with
hands, are used to embellish tho Word of
Truth, by tho mental research of the no
blest Wtk of God -man. Who dare
depute the teachings of tho revealed
Word, that thia Earth shall no more bo
o'crspread with water; -but that the U mo
eiiail come when our planet shall melt
with fervent heat. Unaffected bv this
delation, who can say that othor planets
win nni aeep up incir revolution and
track the Heavons.. still borrowing their
dizslinz splendor from tho Great fJentr1
UEl'. A. WEBSTER MILLS.
Lebanon, Connecticut, Dccomber 1, 18C0.
Destruction of Rats.
The l'rcsse of Vienno states that the
rats in the sewers of that city have boon
so effectually destroyed by means of
hrecu vitrol, or sulphate of iron, that
Professor Ilyrtle, requiring some of those
animals for experiments, was scarcely
able to obtain them at any price. Any
body who will instruct tho popple , of at.
Louis aud surrounding country how to
dose these destructive rodents, will con
fer a llvor oh a large and suffering com
munity. TtrenfJi'-eiflbi irr. tnt.
The J.imcs cotton mills, loeatcd at
Nowburyport, Mass., made a net' earning
of twenty-eight per cent, on its capital
of a quarter of n million, fur the past six
montns. This immenfo profit comes
from tariff protection, and tlio protection
comes out of the pockets of the people
not imoiosted in wahufticturoe. l'rotoo-
tiottt.'t!!, however, justify tho onormous
tax, under the pica of protecting home
industry. And yet, singularly enough,
this Jiunus Mill Company is now having
tfiti thoutand dollars' worth (in gold) of
improved machinery manufactured in
Knglatid! So, these tariffites cry out for
protection to sccuro high, prices for their
own' manufactures', and then go to them
selves to purchase what they want where
thay oan buy tbo cheapest. This is not
acting consistently, it istiuo, but it ac
cords, with the practice of protectionists,
WASIllNOTOxTl)eo 2L It is sta
led that (Jen. Grant ordered troops into
Missouri us a niuio precautionary meas
ure, In view of tho threatened difliuullits
ns foreshadowed by tho Stato Executive
Gov. Fletcher telegraphed to Senator
liotideraon that Guncrat Grant was scjid
iu United States troops into Missouri,
aud this action alarmed Flctchor to such
an extent nd to uall from him a protest.
.Senators llendewoii and lfrowu had an
interview with the President, on the sub
ject, rjlpd the explanation of Gen. tj rant's
movements were entirely satisfactory to
'Hie following law went into effect in
this Stato on the first of last August, and
as it is not generally knowu by tho poo
pie we lay it betoro our readers :
V Males, at tne age ol zi. yoais, ana to-1
iles at the -ge of 18 years, shall ,bo
considered of full ago for all purposes ;
and .uritll ithoso agos are attained tbey ,
shall be cohsidcred minors."
Senator. Hkndrrson, ho introduced
the resolution in Corieress to inquire in
to the movement of Federal troops to
Liextngton, waa one at tne pantos wno
lated in a mooting m ritce eoun-
ty, in 186if protesting against President
liiNCOLN a sending tJuited states forces
itrtawtho Stato of Alissoarir--Miesouri
CUtlF vOF THI CHEftOKlKS.' Wm P.
Ross, a cousin' of John Ross, lato f'hief
of the CheroKfcs, has been -elected CkitJVl
having received four-fifths of tho'vMMiM
The Cherokee Legislature, now in ses
sion, has repealed the sweeping confisca
tion aot passed b'y tbst body during the
rebellion, with a 'view, it is said, of re
storing good feeling, harmony and peace
among that unfortunate people:
' ' " ? "
John Shulti. of Pleaaant'Millsi N; J,
is one huadred and aeWnteen year old.
He has bea blraA;feventeeas .years, hot
is otbprwiaa noimpaired in his mental
and pbysloal faculties. , Ho eonstantty
attends tbe Methodist churoh, of which
he has been a member almost century
How' Lost how Restored.
. . JUST published, a be edltlea of
Or; Calrerwetra Oetebrati-d E,ay oa
the radical euro (without medicine) of
Braaaavsaaaeia, or Seminal Waaftnni, Inroluu
tay Besilaal Costaa, Iafotaxcv, Mental . and
Plryileal Incapacity, rmoedImont4 to Marrlai-a
t'a'l alia, ConirjatFTio.ir, Eflitriv, ant Fits, In-'
dueed by eatf-lndulgetioe of lesael cttriragenc.
Price, la a sealed eu'ralopc' only 0 exnts. '
Tha celebrated aathSr, In tbla admliabte tay,
clearly demonitralaa. from thltlr aaart' aun.
cnsifnl nraettca. that tha alarmlnr aonaaauanaA
of aelf-abute may bo radically cu-ed without tha
uaugcroua uao 01 internal mediemo or tao epjiH
cat.oo St tha hello-polnllng'ont ataods of euro
at eniMaliapl, eerUin, aad effectual, by ineaas
of which every, aufcrer, bo luatter what hia oon.
Ultlon may b, may earehloiaelfeheeplr,prlrato
ly apd '
Thia I.ecturo ahould ba in thu hallila nt .....
youth aad every man io thalatnl.
Beat, under seal, in a plain enrelopr, to any ad
drou, fAttpaU, on rrceipt of alx rente, or two poat
etampa. Atao Dr. OulverweH'r" MarriagoQalde,
price 2 acnts.
A'Uieai tho rubllab' r.
J. C. KMNR.V CO.
lT Uowery, New Voik, Poat Olllco bo 4.5SS
Doc. 28th 18M. al-ly.
Male ot Real ffefate.
IN btedleno to an order from the County Court
Of Llneoln oonnlv and Suta nf MUm.l
at the November term of aald Conrl, I will offer
ivr aaie h me vouri noun aoor In Troy, on tbo
Ulh day of February 18C7,
belnc the aeaonddavordlitiiiutt. ! njirM..i
half of tha following domlbo.t land kelonsing lo
.uw 01 ALD.r noanri llccn.-llltfl.
. ii..i inn icii ncrus onu luiriy uvu Hun
dredths orau aere, eacorU aluly acree rold o5
said Itogera to William Ulery, (aid laid bounded
at fdllorre: On the North by Wit lam Ultrv, on
tba West by helm of Attaond Vaughn, on the
South by A. M- Thoma. on tbe East fl Wlltlem
Iillty, all In townihlp fifty i no ranga two Eait.
ALSO Part of at Icaguo aqu ira altuate on Dry
an'a Creek, bounded at fuHwn, in a deed or 0. S.
K. Vaughn, dated June 15 lait. On the Weat
by Jamea Fife, on tho South by Gabriel Thomuaou
Eit b' Alncr togori, ou tho North by
William Boono, contalnlnx th.-oa hundred and
Tcrma One half caah, Ulanoe in all nmnlha.
Dec. 28 1HAS. nl 4 t
To the Miifleriiig Comuiunt
ty orLlncoln County'.
D1U 'J A L LAND'S
PIIEUMATIU LINIMKNT haa parfonncdi
J-twondorful cures In Old Chronlo Hheumatiam,
Neuralgia, Bick Headache und Nervioua diaeaace
generally.. It ia ackuuw lodged tha bsst Modiclne
In thu Utiitcd. Slater. Ho ufll produce letlera1
from Dr. Gmiltt nf Fulton, .Mo. Prealdent of the
Statu Luflatio Atviumthat bo reccommendtd It 1
tn hit ton, and oan produce alio Irtteii by all tho
Mombora of tho State l,eg.lature and 8peakcrof
tha IJouae, and rrom Now Vork city of the well
known actress, Iln Provoit aud thouaenda ol
others. , ,
ETTB . WATER,
Itaa proved tba Greatest Cura ever kuown in
the United Statca, wherusedpropiirly.
Dr. Samuel Oallendabmcc. 22 North 1th atreet
betwevn Morgan and Franklin Avenue, St. Louie.
Far aale la Troy, by P. PocBSalot. Agent for
Or. Gallandt Rheumatic Liniment, Byo Water
and latrc. (Dec. 21, 18C8 no2 m)
Siuxcr Fitiux Detwkck b'KHAi.xa.
On Saturday night, two females,' nam
ed Cora Leo alias "Cjiicsgo Joe," and
Alice Perkins, bad a lively n.ill on one
of our public streets, both of tbu'tn gett
ing down and floundering in tho mud.
They wero arretted by olliccr McKown,
who inclined to the belief that they were
breaking tho peace St. Louis Times
Oti'tho farm of 1 nvid Graham, Esq.,
near Max's Meadows, in Wythe county
Ya., has recently been discovered a mine
of yellow oxide of zinc. A Northern
geologist snys that this mine contains
moro ainc oro tlflfn ,can be found in cvory
Northeru State combined, and Mr. Gra
ham informs tho Wvthevillo Disp.ttch
that over one hundred' tons of the ore can
be picked up oii the ground.'
Rats IN Af.K, Not lone aso the
spigot of a largo vat in one of tbo brew-.
ertes ol a liciphUoiins city, where they
make relchrted ''XXX Ale," became
obstructed. It was thoroforo necessary
to draw off the c.'c in tha vat, eillipr by u
siphon, or sdmg other means, iu order
that the causo of the obftructiuii niicbt
bo nsccrtjincd and got rid of. The bot
tom of thu v&t hcin laid bare, the causo
was at onco . discovered. There wore
about four bitsbcls of doccascd rats, in
various stages of decomposition.
I WIsTH wAsTpfifNTKIt.
1 wish Lwasa printer.
I really do indeed ;
It'ieenjB to mo that printers
Have everything they need
. (isxcept money. )
They get tho largo.it nod tho best
Of everything that grows,
And get tree into .ci'rctiiei.
And'othcr kinds of-thoits
I (By giving an equivalent,)
Wc horja tba nrieoa vwlll iumliln mini
and be so bailly hurt that they ran never
A Qdack doctor reached Mscnn Citv
ou Tuesday last, diddled the' Irons man
out of a small printer's hill courted a ne
gro wench, and when Inst heard from
waa hunting a squire to hitch tho twain.
Thay loft on the night train, and are sup
posed to bo going at a decidedly, progres
sive rate. Missouri Ropablicsn. .
The grain crop of Russia is so full this
year, that Europe will-need no flour from
America consequent fall in this article
In tbe tinoola County, Herald.
In Massachusetts they whip white wo
mea-btit aro shocked st "the idea of the
slightest,ipdignation offered to the sicrrd
hide o'f-a negro.
Rke Kdttftilal1 ta fiaaU VirrtmZ'
XJtti thing that struck me ver foref
Lly was that, all farmer testified that
.olieep-rnisitig was absolutely, indisacota
bio to 'saeeaMfbl fanning; that theira-
nuro was neceseary. to preserve tho fer
sterilitv.. ti titn tit.-ai2. .kJir
sheep ratMngJn thia country as moro im
portatit to tho ultimate and permanent
prosperity of tho country, tn'an ori ao'
count of their present profits. Whatever
olso may hjppfn, wo catinot. permlt thia
virgin soil and these boautiful field of
ours to bo reduced to barrennosa by tha
time thftv in i A tV u.. j. r
- rf i , .uo uaaua ui gar
children and grand children. -Their fer
tility must bo preserved at all hssarda,
even at tho expense of present profit,
Lliut. (loo. S-antpn, ,0,)io.
Pork is sell! HO- in lli la mnrlrat .! ..
ami OUO half ami air runt. ft,. A.
hogs. , Thu begins to. look reaaonabla.
I he recent cold weather has been favor
nhle for paclrinjr. -nd our people have
been busily engaged laying in tJr win
Ant-apt at firWclde.
The l'u!lilnin.r l!
c . . 1 "'uary account
of a dotcrminect attemt.t at .uicide is
eravelv related hv tlm r ii.jjj.
ii iri "p", vi nauns:
nf hi Tvd,a.1 tlueaUQa, being tired
of bis life, resolved to takasuch mesanre
as must infallibly msuro his death. To
that end ho started for tho sea shoro
provtaea with a ladder,. a rope, a loaded'
pistol, a bottle of poison and a box 0f
inatehci. Having sumo time before db
eoveicd a post standing a little way out
iu the wafer. hofixLJ l.w l,j.i. .tl..
it, atiJ, ascending, fastened one eitf of th
cord to tho lop aud pa-sed a alip knot
around hi molt. ar.niinj .l- .!..
, , , , 1 ,nHvni, , UU pOISOQ.
and, striking a l.ujit set fire to hia clothe.
Ilil.li nlu..,M. it,. ..!... -I .... . . . V
" junioi ro nis oar, kicked
away the .adder; but in doing ao his
hand swerved, und aa he fired at tho same
moment thd bullet, instead of penetra
ting his hfjlu. llilirlol ll... ,. .J t.r
lell into thu sea, extinguishing hia burn-,
b rv "inula ; awl a quantity or tbo salt
water ho swallowed
UP tho poison ho bad taken, ao that ho
uiauiuiau on anoie, convinced that his
time had not yet arrived.
Thcro UrC III f.'l'nnllinnlli
class hsusos used for District, two for
Intermediate, and two for High Schools.
hAlnnnln.a Am. sL. a
w (ll common sonooi system.
Most of the houses i:i accomiodau
over one thousand children. For tha
past vear thuro has
ioSs lo1' ""Pavements and repairs,
32s609 til. .Forsalarieaand other ex I
penacs, csaa,4io v maiihg a er.nd to
tal of 8?32,050 58. .
- --" 'Si aaavj eaBBa.ar . a .
The proceeding of Congress are not
worth recording. The only biil of im
portineo passed both houses ia the bill
giving tho ballot to tho negroes of the
District of Columbia.
BusiNrss. In this city is almost com
pletely played out, some of our merchants
in lArmlrifa a.o 1 1. a al . . .
....v.... ..i- u, ,ney ttro not aoing
enou3h to psy for thulr rent, Lx. Ex
Pren. GKORGI. C. KinBROVGH
. DEALER IX
AHats Caps Millinery J.
AXD STRAW GOODI,
No. 77 North Main S(ret: gt Ltili.
January 13 IMS njtr
o. .NPN.WS. I ff. u. mama. w. v. aaoaaws
ANDRKWS, ii ARRIS & CO.,
Xo. a South Commercial atreet,
aaw jst. tSmln.
ii K Vli It aJi f EK, ..
Third National Bnnk, St. Louis
.Mechanic Bauh, rti. Louie, t "J.
Kramer, Irvln Co.. Keokuk, Iowa.
L. 0. Ilarria, Cliiclnnatl, Ohio.
P. W. Rir-,u. r:-s .i li .
.. ... in;, (,ii), t-coria, miaou..
Judge J. K. Farr, Sedalia, .Missouri.
w tv... j "'.iavaa, avtwvr vrrinw '.' t
nian&rrfl an.l kliuvi..la . svi , . .
BALSAM, OF JUNSiVOfirf
Tho gre' t remedy fnrCougha, Coldt, tore threat"
lloarieneat, aplttlng of llloed, toraaeas of tha
Tbil old triad medlolne Hands higher la ran,,
tatlon than all othen, Its ttTectt'sra prompt St
certain and It has cored mora had caaoa than a.
other modlclnos put togeth.r.donuraalLto tjlva It
a trial aud U eoUAlnred, Ss delays ire dakttt.
Price one dollar bottle.
LOUIS,, Sole Preprletere.
October it, IStt add '
. n. n AMTirv, a to.; ; .,
We. ll l.ocaet Mreet, 'i i' 4
Mnhaqi' ., aajtlirrl' vjt'eWi
tility of ihn aoll ; anjl.tbat without tiem
the whola atlngiomId Ina rtwjJsK
drstibns fca reduced tW' fi.rrinh... .t.'.!