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fBOV. MP,, OCTOBEK W.
tarn, W SMal, bfls gona RepaMlcat,.
Grant amoked at Boston last Saturday.
. Them i( C bo a Confederate ounio
fcH at Rocboport on thot27lh insi.
Defaulting Paymaster Hodge goes to
(be penitentiary for bis littlsj til,
Mijot J. I". Howes, editor ftf lb
Jefferson City People' Tribune, died in
that city lait Saturday.
featbor Wtlcr X. N. Allfs. I f.ouis Ktmba.l, f Harlo.a, tost mi
V. .......... ..... child nnd almost another bv the adminis-
I .n.wmu. :rotoD of aorphir.o for quinm.. The'
Ublc Ceutlllcs U WhSMHlhl Daras- "Another of the old d honored oitl-' mltiaU 9 ado by a druggist.
Ittl APl!IH l'S8 f life 900 ne of Boone, Kldef fhomas K. AHoB, I -
.. ..j in.. i.-.. -nlln.t in hi invord. Died. At his residence Marion
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CAICK AROaEflS' COLUMN.
Special eirp&tch to tho St. rail rioitwr.1
Milwaukee, Oct. 11. Sf ocisls.to tho
l)ily Newa from Green Bay reports tho
lossioflifo by the burning of eettlctaenis
in tho lumber regions as appalling. At
Peshtigo, 800 aro knowa to Havo per
ished. At Williainsport, Door county,
55 were burned. At Uruth creek, t'conto,
onimiv. i'd men burned. Individual
cases ond single faaiilioa who erne do-
troyed uro reported it) til directions.
At Pcshtigo tho flame awe pi from the
woods nnou tho town Sunday night, and
tho population had sot tino to get out
Homo, who uvea not tou
Unexpectedly Ohio has gone) Republi
wn by about 20,000 majority, gain of th6ir uouseg
nearly 6.000. Republican majority io rods from tire liver, wcro overtaken by
the legislature on joint ballot 18. tbo flames beforo they reached it, nnd
. ft.ll. burned to death. Ono boardinsr-
Pennsylvania went Uepublican at the house containing upwards) of a hundred
:o election, 10th imt. Tho Rcpubli was burned with nil its inmates. The
can's gain four representatives and ono
eeaator in tho legislature. Majority
throughout the state about 15,000.
Wt IVUfUtlJ Vft...wi w " - ' ) . - . I. Qfl.k
rrl.. IIi.tiA w..ite- rtrulM nnd IliA tnirn ' .7 . . . . ...I 3
Tho Booso county court nnd tho town
trustees of Columbia adopted resolutions
expressing their regret and Borrow ; and
mother wad tho sistoi bf tho celebrate!
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i .. tit .....,. f I nomas . Murray, ui oicuwi v-uuu.j,
the o0utivecou.tmtleooUhe curator of , ,.,,,. kill ,be ,.fse(lt faeir
the State Uniforalty, ol htck ho ma a f d tjlat 8tntCi jt measnred
Tho Marvin Female Instituto, located
atiLaxiaton, Alo., bean adopted by
the M. K. Conference at Kansas City as
the female collcgo of the church in Mis
souri, and its name changed to the
"Central Female college."
The enterprise of Chicago is manifest'
ing itself. Already has the work of
repairing and building commenced. In-
surauco companion nil over the country
have met tho losses promptly, although
it broke many of them.
Admiral Porter expects a war with
China, and has written a letter to tho sec
retary of the navy recommending an in
crease of tho Asiatic squadron and tho
building of several gunboats for uto in
such an event cn the Chiucse rivers.
On the 10th inst., an immense prairie
(ire was raging on tbo wet side of Noda
way river, iu Nodaway county and Holt
The firo started iu Holt county, and
worked up into tho southwestern part of
Nodaway. Corufiolds and fences were
being burned, and tho farmors wore all
outfighting tho flames.
That horso jockoy tyrant, who sits
where such tnon as Washington, Jcffcr
son, &c, unco sat, has issued a procluma
tion declaring martial law in eight ooun
ties in South Carolina within Dvo days
(already past) unless tho Ku klux out
rages ceaso. Raforo this tho military
have doubtless been sent thero to com
menco a reign of blood anil lorror.
Thero wore hovoii distinct Arcs at Sy
recuse, N. Y., on tho uight of tho 14th,
six boine tho work of incendiaries
Fortunately no groat damago was done,
population that could roach nnd enter the
water slnycd thero until morning, nod
were sacd, though receiving severe
burns about their heads.
Tho reports would scorn to bo incredi
ble, but they aro aUo fully true nnd
numerous froJi all the northeastern part
of the stato. Authentic intolligenco of
at least fivo hundred human beings
toasted alive have been received, and it is
not improbablo that the number will be
OrtEES Bay. Oct. 11. As roports
come in irom ino uumea uisiricia ui
northern Wisconsin, all previous accounts
of tho loss of lifo aod property aro
dwarfed bv the actual reality. From
four to Cvo hundred lives oro believed to
be lost, ond the destruction of houses,
r.-ncna. mills anil turm products is oe-
yond all estimato At present tho ragged,
. i r 1 1 1 .. 1 Vnn tlia
nunpry aim ingineuuu jieuyio nuu ...v
burned regions aro thronging Oreon I5ay
for succor. Every effort is being made
bv thr eitirons for their relief. A hos-
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nihil and oatinc nouso uavo uccii usiuu
liahed, acd a depot has been oponed for
contributions in clothing and provisions
A steamer arrived this morning with t
lar2o number of rofucees from I'eshtigo
and other places on tho west shore of tho
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bay, and otners siraggun
A lot of provisions, clothes, surgeons
and nurses lett last uigiit lor rcsougo
and to dav a steamer was sent with pro
visions aod surgeons to points on the
east shore. Tho women of this city are
at work making up clothing, and are do-
in" all in their power to roliovo tno sut-
ferer. Ilolp is wanton irom ino siaio ui
large in provisions, clothing and monoy.
Not the least item of suffering is that of
tho cattle of the dostituto sullcrcrs, tue
member, adopted tho following paper :
"Wo have lonrnod, with deep regret,
the death of f'lder Allen, who on this
day thirty-two years ago Oct. !0, 1839
on tho organization of tho Hoard of
curators of tho University, waf a mem
ber, and was elected first Vice I'residont,
of tho Hoard, tho lato Judgo Wm, Scott
of our Suproino court being at tho amo
time elected first President of tho lioard.
I hue for nearly a generation has our de
parted Brother Curator eignalized his
devotion to tho cause of education, and
testifiod his carnest lbvo for this institu
tion, of which he has bech so long, and
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so largely a pari always, wneiuor in. or
out of tho Hoard, watching its interests
with nn anxious cvo. laboring tor it with
unwearying teal, aua wnn a tnenusmp
as wiso and lntclllguul ns itwa uoboIBuU
Gifted bv nature with personal uraees
of no ordinary typo, ho was yet further
adorned with tho grace that comoth down
from above ; and in his high otneo or a
Christian minuter, bore himfolt so
meeklv. and was so winning and
lovely in his character that senti
ments of high rcgaru anu warm
earnest friendship went out to him, ir
fullest sympathy, no moro trcely irom
ihoso of his own communion than irom
neramis of different associations, llis
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prominent cnaracioristic, uoxi io cicnr
fettled convictions, was zeal: and it
whatever causo engaged, what ho found
to do ho did with hia might. Hroad in
his views, generous in his nature, ho was
liberal and catholic in his feelings ; with
a kind word and nn ope i hand for every
good work. Fully matured, mellowed
and ripened by age, as a shook oi corn
in his sason, our vencrablo friend, after
n very brief illness, has laid down tho
burdens of life ; and it is tho privilcgo
of his surviving friends to commit his
body to the earth, with earnest, living
hopo and trust in the resurrection, and
tho lifo everlasting, which for half a con
tury have claimed his labors, and inspired
Ins thought, and warmed his heart.
We shall miss from our councils his
vencrablo form, and tho suggestions of
hi largo exporicrco but his impress
will remain, ana uis wnrss win ionij m
what ho was.
Do.ith hath ma J no btcacli
In lovo and sympathy, in hope and trust j
tcct and i half in length, and
eighod seven hundred pounds.
Samuel UIIsok, of Peru, Ind,, lias stolen
his wife's baby and seven hundred dollars
of a neighbor, and gone West. He has
black hair, Dlue eyes, a large noso ana
herry mustache; and is wanted badly t
f.C.ciKE, IST'JL J.tf. UOOBttB
Boot and Shoe,
COLLAR AND HARNESS
.llcKEG & P M ASHI.ER,
AltorKctf s at Law anfl ReiU Bslatn
Notwithstanding tho extraordinary
mtatii ol uen. Davis to prevent fair
expression of the people at tho late elec
tion, Texas went Detuocratio by a largo
majority. Four Democratic Congress
men wcro elected.
A starch factory is one of tho first
manufacturing improvements to be put
up at Lovo hake, on tbo Norm .Missouri
road, about titcon miles norm or muuuu.
This ie a beautiful sheet of water, cover
ing about twonty-bvo acres.
There are four candidates for Governor
bf Massachusetts in the field, as follows;
Adams. Democrat ; Washburne Kepubli
can : Pittman, Prohibition ; and Ohom-
bcrlain. Labor Reformer, iioth the last
named candidates also roprcscnt tho
woman's suffrage idea.
Last Monday, says tho Montgomery
Standard, a women in chargo of four car
loads of cattlo for St. Louis, stopped at
tho Railroad hotel in this place lor brek
fat, after which sho returned to the
drover's car with tho rest. Sho resides
in the western part of the stato, whero
she carries on n large htock lurtn.
y NUMBKH ONE.
Two nail half alios weit of Troy oa Xnifttoa
ud Danvlilo rod. Largs fell ok dwelliax bouts
44 by 52 fcot front, b roemi llb ball oa flrit
Story and crou halt) on teaond story, fire plaoe It
each room, eelllngi 12, 10 an 1 8 feet, ellar IB b$
20 reel with (tone warn. iiiving wcu oi par
aUr and plenty ol (took vater on farm. IP
' cro la cultlratlon, fine orchard of (elect halt
of all kind! ; all the land under fence. Co toaf
feeding to coat fieWi. At low figures ant terat
to tali cerchaier.
MANUFACTURERS, mmm tm' a
' Mtl mv.tU net Am I.Atll lit VnA.l1.
AND HEALERS in
&.C., &C, AC,
Vf o are happy to announco to our numerous
customers, thathaving mado
to our facilities for manufacturing, wo are ena
bled Io keep on hand, or put upon short notice,
anything wautcd in
ILL M,i:s AND STYLES OP
hav being mostly burned and the coun- No outward sight or sound our oars may reach;
,r,o ravaged by fire as to make bo dust
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FrcBh news is oonstonny coming in oi
deathB by fire. Intolligenco to day from
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Door launly. ia-tn tlio nueci iuji upamun
of thirty persona wore burned in the
town of boresvillc, ana oi six lamiucs in
one neighborhood ono person escaped.
ti in rln tlm wnrk that thev laid down,
'J ake up the eong whoro thoy broke off the strain.
A Washington dispatch 6ayi : "A
new and handtmtno stable is building in
tho rear of the Whito Houso grounds,
for tho accommodation of Grant's soro
tailed colt and llis other blooded stock.
Tho foundation is of tho famous Seneca
sand stone. Tho structure will cost ono
hundred nnd fifty thousand dollars, and
no appropriation has yet boon mado by
Congress for that purpose"
Not only in various statos of tho
Nortwcst havo tho recent conflagrations
been sweeping and destructive, involving
largo amounts oi proporty anu many
lives, but the immenso pasturo grounds
for Texas cattle, south and west of Kan
sas City, aro suffering from a similar
calamity. .Measures ot relict bavo been
instituted and immense herds ot cattle
aro likely to bo removed to places of
safety, ami put upon tho markot soon
Tho result of tho election in Texas, by
which four Democratic Congressmen aro
1 I 1 .i...i:nn a nil ia mnrlt
vuo r ; , ... BCCUreu UVVUIIU I uun.iuii, i w
Tho list of lives lost at Peshtigo and the , .:: because of the extraordinary
sugar uuBn in -uuuV, . ""J' means resorted to by uovcrnor iavis io
o.w.mrnlnil. It now rfaches upwards of, . r,.;. ...,,;. nf tlm nannle.
There was a high wind provailing at tho 30o, At Williamsonvillo, in Door . . wag airect anj p08itiv0 between
time, and it issupposod thero was a plot county, C5 are lost as lor as hcord '""J1.' tUo fadiutnistration and the Democratic
to burn tho c ty. The authorities aro ana oniy two uiunjui . party the powers ot uarkneBS nna mo
io uuru i g. creek 0conto COUDty, v j lieht and nobly have the
taking extraordinary precautionary meas- burnedi Indiyidual ca8e9 Pw of "t"' ,tei
urea. and in families aro roported all ovor the ., of .m tho untoward
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country. I no rain oi muuuy circumstances by which thoy wcro sur-
Is it much wondor that vigilance com
mitteea or Ku-klux klans exist where
euoh outrages as tho following occur?
A Nashvillo dispatoh of the lGth says :
Last week attempts were mado in
Bedford county, by negroos, to oommit
rapo upon Misa Blessing, Miss Susan
Patterson and Mrs. Howard, but the
ladies succcoded in getting away. Thurs
day. at midday, Mra. Rogcra was viola
ted. 8amuel W.olls, colored, was captured
and identified by her. Ilenry Williams wa
identified by Misses Blessing and Patterson
as the man who assaulted them. Both
men wore committed to jail atShclbyyille,
and on Saturday taken to tho district in
wbioh tho crime was commtttod for trial
After dark, whilst being sent baok to the
Shelbyville jail, they were taken from
the guard by somo fivo hundred men,
not disguiiod, and hanged. Placards
were pinnod to their clothes, warning all
W the civil authorities against cutting
them down, uudir the penalty of the
A consternation was. created inside of
official circles iu New York last Saturday,
says a telegram from that city, over a
deficiency in tho accounts at tho assistant
treasurer's oftico iu New lork of Gen
Balloch, disbursing officer of the frood
men's bureau, of a cool quarter of a mil
lion of dollars. An order was issued
from the war department to arrest Bal
loch, ,whoreupon he asked leave to ex
plain the deficiency, lie accounted for
-the money in the shape of an investment
Jn his, own name of government bonds,
which be had 'qi safe-keeping in the
treasury here, and from which ho has
been roooivingi thousands, of dollars of
interest without officially accounting for
anything moro than the principal which
U put down as cash instead of bonds.
How long this interest on this amount
fete thua been used does not appear, but
must reaoh thousands. The investment
ia prohibits! by law and puniilnii.as fel
odt. Balloch hat boon ausponded frptn
See, and th investigation ttill, eon
tinues. Balloch claims that ho resorted
t this illegal proceeding to. indemnify
blvielf for losses sustained iu ?yiog
artafn bouutv claims which trtornarda
rated to W fradle. Who ecrtaei
Uatnil a few hours and arreitod the fire,
Thara has been no more rain, though tho
sky ia heavy and hopos are felt that it
This victory more than offset! tho per-
md hopos are telt that it' atuataii a,condeoov of Republicanism in
will rain to night. A high wind would Q. . ionn9Vivania and Iowa, because
probably fan the smouldering Uro into t .Q each of ,hoso gtatog tha party w8 in
ife again. ... 1 iha full flush of Dower.nnd favored by an
.fAYNE8ViLl.it. Oct. 11: A special from . ...: .r nmhaliilitioi that rendered
Green Bay to day to the Garette aaya : .u 0,ertbrow by tho Democracy a great
"Tho nowsie comingiu iruui iiiu.i.w.,,(joul)t No langUlne anticipations were
and it is impossible to giro a detailed entortained of any different result from
account this foronoon. At Pcshtigo and .. . -u-.. . :u,t been chroniolod.
vioinity the dead will number upwarda ot Texai( however, like a brand from the
300. The aurvivora are iniusiuiui u-i. rnme haa been rescuod. The admin-
dition, and aro coming in by every boat. ;8tration overreached itself in its greed
Not a landmark is leit to enow wnere inu of power U miscalonlated altogether
village stood. All tho cattlo and horses th reaction that had been set in motion
aro burned. 8ixty horses at Williamson- ther0( and may now rofl00t at its leisuro
ville were burned. 1 upon the folly of attempting by the show
Sixty-Tnur miles eaat of Little Stur- ol bayoneta and an array of arbitrary
geon, fifty-five dead i bodira have been reeuat0ns, to curb tho people deter-
ooueoiea. uniy mu jicii.u ... mjned to bo rid oi a Dad government.
oscapod unhurt by going down a well. gt Ij0U-g jimei.
Tho newa from tha farming country is . . . ,
fearful and begeara doscnption. ( A fatal accident ocoured near Rolla
. 1 . . . . i f . 1. . nM T.m.!a ITii fTmaatar. wnn ro
wero burned to aeain in a large uaru, iu ui u uu. - ,
ohioh thovhad taken refuge. Hundreds orcsentcd his oounty (Uent) in the .beg
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of poople were driven Dy me names iuiu jBiatur0 j 1808. It aeema that ho, in
Horse Stolen. Last Thursday
valuable horso was stolen from Rov. E
li. Smith, of this city. The stable was
olosed but not locked, and in the morn
ing tho door of tho stable and tbo gate
of the stable yard, which had also been
closod, were both open. Ono foot print
was visible in the stable, evidently made
by a neat trim boot. It was so dusty
that to track tha horse was impossible
The animal was a dark bay, with a small
whito spot in the forehead, eight or uine
vcar old. and was newly shod all round
Nothing has been beard about the norse
though hand-bills have been sent in a
directions. Louisiana Uazelte.
Boots and Shoes,
That can be bad in any market, all put up by
AND ALL WORK
Warranted d To. i
in every particular : all of which will be sold at
One of the most lamentable results of
the great firo in Chicago ia the destruo
tion of tho Cook county records. This
ia a calamity that afieots every real cs
tato owner injuriously, and will doubtless
lead to much embarrassing litigation
hereafter. If tho abstract firms have
saved their paper, and bad their work
well posted up to date, it will help mat
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tars very oonsiuerauiy, uut ui tuia no
have no known certainty. No disaster
ould well be coDoeived, more, grave thap
the destruction, not only of such an im
mense' amount of property, but of every
chain of tithe by which it was held.
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lh YmJ October- company with two other gentlemen was
w!,i,iM .xWranhed the fol- ROing to baiem in a carriago. at my
lowins from Green Bavin relation to tho were' going down a steep bill tho horses
Wisconsin fires to night: Tho appalling becamo unmanageablo and overturned
calamity has not boen exaggerated ; over the CWI:ige tUrowiogi the entire party to
lhrelh0!lra.?X"nV1d;9.the ground. Mr. UrtmMtT fell upon
hfl.n ,nrPrat. Not less than 500 per- his head and was instantly killed. II
sons havo beeu burned at Pcshtigo and companions wero but slightly injured,
vinlnitv. and three hundred on tho east-1 .
ern shore. Scoresof nieot womon and The Confederate Orphan'! Homo at
littlo children aro now io temporary Kansaa City. Mo., is in ncod of several
Having on hand a larce quantity of Collar and
llarnoss leather, all (f OUR CWN TAN, and
having takon extra pains In the tanning and
Snishlg off by stuffing it with Keats Foot Oil,
and knowing that by sending It to tho St. T.ouls
market our farinors could nover reap the benofit
of It, wo were Induced to go Into the manulao
and are now putting up work In that line that
C AS NOT BE EXCELLED
eitbor in Workmanship or Quality, Our object
lolng to sell our Leather and to do ourselves
credit In the Tanning and Manufacture oi it, we
are enabled to sell them at greatly
Refobhirb. Twenty millions of dol
lars is a atnall, sum of money iu Unole
Samuel's poeket. so she Collectors of In-
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ternal iievenuo concluded tnat inaBmuen
as he wuuld not miss, it they would ap
oroonate it to their own use. Ibis tbey
did. dividing it among each other in
sums ranging from ten thousand to half
a million dollars each, (secretary uout-
well, to show his appreciation of their
zeal, made out a list of them, with the
amount assigned to each, and sent it to
Congress with bis compliments, in
exact looting of this little steal is 820,
700,988.33. Some cross grainod JJom-
ocrats suggested tbo propriety ot arrest
ing tue uciauiiors anu mating mem uia
gorge. The proposltion'.was recelve'd'with
horror. This noblo army of reformers
must not be interfered with. Pittsburg
Mice one story cottage dwelling with 4 rooms J I
mile from St. L. A K. railroad. 40 acres la cul
tivation ; young orchard of select fruit, begin
ning to bear. on figures and terms to suit pur
chaser. NUMBER THREE.
Tbrco and a half tullea (outh of Troy. A
splendid larm, over 100 acres in cultivation, a
good dwolllng with 7 or 8 rooms, 2 new barns,
good outbuildings, plonty of usiug and stock
wator, On a nubile road, a One orchard of select
fruit and small fruits, a doe garden paled la.
Dwelling stands on a nlco elovation with nlc
yard. Knllio farm under fence and every ae re
susceptible of cultivation. Sptondld tract of
land, a vory deslrablo homo,and Is offered at very
320 Acres w ,
Four miles south of Troy on Mexico road.
200 acres in cultivation, pralrlo land, frame
dwelling with 6 rooms, good orchard of select
fruit, Is a fiuo stock faiin, good barns, plenty fine
timber to koop place up, plenty using and stock
water, In a good neighborhood acoessablo In all
directions. Uood stand for publlo house and
finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit
purchuscr. l'rlcovory low.
40 Acres , ,
Thrco miles north of Troy, 20 acres in cut
tlvatlon. a comfortable house, excellent land, and
will u.ako a good littlo home. Vory oheap.
I NUMB lilt SIX.
160 Acres , , ,
Four miles south of Troy, 70 acres in culti
vation, log dwelling with 3 rooms, meat house
and barn, good well of living water and a small
orchard of fruit trcos. Half mllo of district
school house, half mllo west of Sand Run church,
saiuo distance from l'ost Oa'j and in a good
neighborhood. Very cheap and deslrablo.
I On tho Bluff adjoining tho farm formerly
owned by T HCornlck, Kq., CO ncacs In cultiva
tion, balunco in timber. Good frauio dwelling
with thrcu rooms, good cistern and a well ol
I novcr luillngftWatcr. Five mllos west of Cap-au
Uris, in a g od neighborhood. 71)0 boarlug fruit
trees of select fruit. Very fino chance to uiako
money by purchasing this place.
I 200 Acres
I Fnur miles north of Trov. 70 acres In a good
stnto ol cultivation, T-story log dwelling house
IS by 20 with L 10 by 20, 4 rooms in all, orchard
of select fruit of nil kinds, 1 mllo west of St. L.
k K. railmnd, very fino spring of novor falling
water near tho house, convenient to icbool and
churches, In good neighborhood, and at vory low
Four miles west of Troy on Truxton A Dan
villo road, 50 acres in a fino stato of cultivation,
1 balance in fine timber nil the land under Tonce.
Splendid orchard of select fruit, good 2-story
dwelling with 6 rooiDB and 3 closots, good meat
house and oulbulldlngs, good cistern and plenty
J of stock wator, timbered land set In blue grass
near the coal fields. Desirable plftco at very low
4 Lots iu Troy.
Nlco picco of property In Troy a block of 4
lots, with comforlablo dwelling, good garden,
yard, &o., on ono of the finest streets in town.
Cheap for cash.
2 miles east of Chantilla, log dwelling with
2 roo-ns, meat bouse and excellent cistern, plen'y
of stock water, 40 acres in cultivation, at low
flguies anion easy terias.
2 Lots in Troy.
A goo! ploce of property in tbe town of
T. 9 mt. ilwallln? house and meat house.
enclosod with good fence, on a fine street, and
commands a splendid view of tho town. Cheap
pg- Parties wishing to sell or bay will consult
their own interest by calling on us.
McKEE tt PHAZIBR.
TROV CURISTIAN INSTITUTE
Males and Females,
THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION of Troy
Christian Instituto commenced on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, .1871,
and will close on Wednesday, June 28th, 1872.
The first term commenced on .Monday, Sep
tember 18th, and will close on Friday, February
tb, 1872. ., ,
The seoond term will commence on aiuuuj,
To this bra'noh of our trade, wo especially In
vite your attention before purchasing elsewhere.
In this connection we wish to Inform the rub-
Our Shop is the only one in Troy
that Manufactures Leather of
fttti... ImIa riAftta KfcriA.. nMlnri or Harness. The
WELL-KNOWN REPUTATION of our Leather February 12th, and close on Wednesday, Juno
is a sufficient guarantee to those acquainted with
It, to secure to us a liberal sharo of patronage.
We 'shall want
300 Cords of
hosnitals. The burned and maimed want . . ,. . . ;ai.
" ' i-.u: s,-jj: l.n.. .hnn. vrav.nuB B"""
dW.. ing pleasant and profitable employment
building materials, anu evorytninRneeueoj woum uo won to commuuicaiy m... -mid
by family to commence lifo with. The M. A. Lvlcins, President Orphans Home
people are wsponamnooy, ou. -.0,c .. Katl8at.fjity, Ma.
no uaugar ui iuu wuuu wv. . t m m g-
Tho dostituto must be provided lav aur- ( Th two hou8M of the TennesM0 jeg.
inp the wintct. ' isluturo mot on tbe 10th to tnaucurato
Mii.WAnKE..uotw.iir " tho new governor, Brown. Governor
D. Robinson, oftno Ureen Bay Advocate, . .,..; .,i,sM.. :i
telegraphs Mnjjr Ludingtop as follows: bo , of offioe ftnd declaring that his
Ha? .ll.n- alAn sm am Iliad In 1 ll i f ft M H I ll '
CTursHvi b - ll0j6 effort BJ governor had oeen to
ofypuTcity, npd jther pas,onRers bfmR k . , . , Q Bf
the terrible ,. - hat Jur hndr. M , ' Pin4UKUr.,, ieeUtti himaolf in
seveiity dead bodies havo been fouad at r f mafu.ini thQ. orodit of tbe
f-esbtigo an y oimtff, . and it in bouBhl gtat8l developing its resources, deteotiog
tfcat tho loss of lifowill reach 700. Jhis . ' .,. anJ re,torIn con.
p'u'ive of the ess shore, w hero the fcttaionBl liberty to tho American poo-
loss of lifo is fearful.
lip to tbe 15th ten mon Mi alreidy jr Charles Soribnor, popricto of
been oricjted ia South Carolina unde Scribner r Monthly, a well ttovn
ie Tresidenfi proclamation crary Magaziao, i. dead
A Washington telegram says that
Grant's recent proclamation is but the
fore-ruuuer of martial law and the sus
pension of the writ ot Habeas corpus as
provided by ' tbo Fourth section o.f tbo
act of April 20. This says that any
Ku-klux orcanizatlon or combination
shall be deemed a rebollldn against tho
government, tho limits ol wlilcu snail
bo urescribed bv proclamation and
by commanding, the insurgents to dis
perse beforo the privileges of the writ of
habeas oorpus aro susponaru. a promi
nent member ot tno government, anu aiso
a leadinc Republican, stated to day that
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lue arrangements oi tue civu uu winm;
for wholesale arrests of members of the
Ku lclur klan had boen perfected and
that tho country .would be surprised, if
tno proclamation were uuv iiuouhu, uj
the arrest of well-known southern mon.
And thut the work of centralization, by
the aid of Xstf ocs, slsroyU$op 'V
during the spring season,,for which wo will pay
lft7 PER CORD.
PLASTERING HAIR always on hand at 50
cents per bushel.
We havo on band a superior lot of Wagon s
Tho woodWk Is all brought from Indiana and
thoroughly seasoned before feelnf (at up-
WE WARRAlVr TI112.U
toiglye satisfaction la every fiartleulas.
'"" ' ' CAKK & BOQEBS.
MrS Thnio 'indolllcd to US OD Hook ao
KJSr count, nr otheswiie, re earnestly
Every care will be taken to make the school
efficiont in all Its departments. None but able
and eiperlonoed teaohors will be employed. Tho
Instruction will be thorough throughout, and
especial caro jwill be taken thst a cood fcuiid.i
tlon for a solid education bo laid In the Trimary
and Aisdetnio departments.
The Buildings of llils Institution are beau
tlfully 'situated, and the.Orounds are oxtensivo
and Tery attractive, affording every facility for
, tbo pleasure ana reoreauoa o vuo
I Tbe Boarding Department will be under
tho Immcaiato supervision and direction of tho
f President and his wife, and ail care shall be taken
for tbe comfort and convenience or pupila en
I trusted to their charge.
TERMS PEH SESSION.
Tuition In Primary Department
Tuition In Acadcmio Department
Tuition ia Collegiate,' Department:.
Use of Instrument
Gorman, . .; i
Contingent feo; ift
Drawing an4 Painting at usual rates.
Washing per aosen
at Law" Department will '4b opeped ia the
achool with tho Intention of giving young gen
tlomon who Inten to flt'thotnselves for the prao
ticoof (bo Law, on opportunity to ground Jthim
sclres la tho principles ,o( law, as contained Us
par All bills aro due one half when tho pa
fill Is entered, remainder at close of term.
Pnpils will be charged from the commencement
of too sossion, except wuem iu.j .. .u-
requestel to come forward aa. "E,lraJlln .bDe m,un'u-' . ,
settle. AKt! ROttBIlS. No deduction made save lor rroti
,t3,H7I 1 I. .MtMl,.,