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tBOY, MO, DECEMBER 88, 1871.
All rgntnonta ot rcesoninR deduced
from a falsa ttandpoint are of necessity
cormpondingly warped. If tha baaia t
defective the pyramid built theraon i
waak; iftruo, thon the reversa it tha ra
ault. The Troy Dupatch, in an article
Jait week opposing the "Miaaouri Polioy,'
while excuiiag the aamo principle iu th
Virginia campatao that resulted an fayor
My to tha state, and the fall campaign of
ibiU icr tut atale, which enfranchised
thousands of our cititeni, comet to the
conclusion that no auvh emergency, now
exist in national politiea. flence
closes itt articlo with these words :
No tuch eonditlon now exists in th
affairs of national politics. Suffrage it
universal ; and it is not lilcclv in the re
lation he now beara to his party, that the
presiaeut win attempt to restrict it.
"Suffrage is universal I" "We are lur
prised tbat our neighbor h'ould"' mako
such a mistake ; ood.bcliovuig.as it does,
we can esstly seo why and how it op
POSCS 'Jo "Mlrionri PolUy," or "po.iim
iuui;uaiii .ucmocratio snecta are
pleased to term it ; (but aa there itn
much in a nsroe what matters it ?) How
ean any ona conclude that sutirace is
universal when they sco the rascality that
is being practiced by tho government, and
successfully too, to place Democratic
sections under martial law, simply to
make more euro tbo chances of Grant'
rc election ? Why are such ' laws" as tbo
federal Election bill enacted, if not to
prevent tho universality cfsulTrago? If
it were not for such measured, and if a
fair volo of llio peoples wcro permitted,
the political affairs of tbo nation would
wear a mcro milling faco ; but even were
tins the caso, who is so foolish as to bo
Jiovc that a Jladical Googrcesin counting
tbo vole would not throw out enougli
states to dcolaro their candidalo tho sue-
cestful ono? Weren't New York and
Georgia only saved this humility at tbo
last presidential clcotion, becauso their
votes did not effect tho election oi tbo
present ignorant incumbent? Senntor
Sherman at least said this was to. The
election of a Republican governor in tbi
etato scoured a fair count; and the elec
tion of a Liberal Republican to tho office
of Chief Magistracy would do tbo same,
while if a Democrat put in his claims wo
havo only to look for Rodmsnizing.
Hut, says tho Dltpatch, "in tho rcla.
tion he now bears to bis party, tho Presi
dent will not attempt to restrict tho'suf
fragc." No; his recent acts in tha South
and his naturally grasping nature don't
bespeak such an act of him, any more
than that water if let loose will flow
downward. Why, bless your confiding
spirit, the' very act of disfranchising the
South by dint of tho bayonet and thus
re electing himself is just what a majority
of the Radical parly want him to do,
and will laud him for doing. Grant
knows this ho is not too ignorant for
that and will obey them. Tho Kadi,
cals who placed this power in Lis hands
know be would do it knew that he had
the ncrvo fur such an undertaking.
Talk of universal suffrago uuder tbo
present political regime, and Grant's fear
to enforce liii power I When such things
coino to pass and we boltove they will
in four years more if the Missouri Polioy
obtains then wo will favor a straightout
Domocratio ticket ; for wo yield to none
in our veneration of a strictly Kopublican
govemmout, which is true Nomocracy.
The self-styled siiuon pure, and pass
ive, no poscutnisni Democrats say tbat tho
party w'ill bo disorganized, ruined, if the
''ssouri Polioy platform is carried out.
c party is so weak as that, how in
dof.jj jo tlioy ever expect to run a
orilic (uceessfully ? Democracy is not
wrning h. a mime; it is a principle.
ail!" ""'Hq will eventually prevail
' i't run mad and rofuto
Wo don't bciiejo a
campaigns Jt wo
Among the Boost important measure!
that will be considered by the legisla
ture of this state after the holidays recast,
are tha Hevonue, School and Hond bills.
Tbo revenue bill is one or gigantio
proportions, and considerably longer than
tho moral lav. The document provides
for ptrtiet making out their taxable lists
to deduct from wfiat is due them the
whole amout rf what they owe; and
makes the low in reference In delinquent
lands what it was in 1865. Reside these.
tho bill contains many other matters of
The school bill is also, ono of much
importance, and will doubtless provide
against the frauds that have been perpe
trated in many counties.
Tho rosd bill proposes to systematize
the tax on and tho working of publie
roads. Tho bill as first presented fixes
tho tax at one mill per dollar on real
estate, but some of tho members oppose
this, believing the levy too small ; they
favor a four-mill tax, and say in their
speeches that such a measuro is of vast
importance to their constituents, and
cite that in many localities emigrants
hnv Inrnod u-nnj because of tho bad
An appeal comes from Utah for money
to proseeuto the Mormons. A letter
received by tho attorney general from the
district attoruoy of that territory, says
that several thousands of expenses have
been incurred, and that tho marshal
hasn't a cent to pay witnesses; and asks,
how then is it possible for tbo United
States officers to bring witnesses and
jurors into court to proporly prosceute
tuo defendants ?
Tha New York Sun editorially says:
"All our advices from Washington uud
clsowbcro, lead to tbo conviction that as
a last desperato means of re electing
Urant, Ins managers contemplate bring
ing on a war with Spain, with" Cuba for
its pretext. This they think will mako
hit renomination and re-election certain
when everything else is bound to fail."
Grant has expressed his regret that
tho amnesty bill, which was defetred
last wcok, did not pass. Ho said ho wad
not able to understand why the professed
friends of tho administration opposed it.
Lewis Wright was foully murdered
near Neosho, in this state, on the 13th
nst. Tho murderer, ono Smith, is still
at large. His father, who is a supposed
accomplice, was arrested and lodged in
Thero was not a quorum in either
house of tho Generally Assembly last
Thursday, and consequently no business
1'roudc, tho eminent historian,
ecturc iu this country next fall.
The Masons of Chillicnthe propose to
build an eight thousand dollar hall.
Ten feet of enow on tbo levol in Little
Cottonwood, Utah, and still snowing.
The sun absent for a wcok.
Snow, west of Omaha, is delaying all
the trains, and much difficulty is antici
pated in making through trip.
At the late election for county justice
n Lawrence county, Gibson. Democrat,
was successful by a majority of 152.'
The Henry county Democrat warns the
public against au impudent dead-beat styl
ing himself Dr. J. U. L, Kilmer.
A colored man named Robert Tobias
was scalded to 'death last Monday, hy
fallirig into n tank of boiling water,
while killing hogs, at Sholbiria.
A gentleman named Jordan died at
Harrisonillo, a few days since, Irom
liecr want and old age, leaving a family
n great destitution.
General Sohenok is aeain rcDorlod to
have withdrawn from tho- directorship of
the Emma mine When this statement
haa been repeated .about twenty timos
one shall begin to believo it.
A riot occurred in the usually peace
ful town of Boston, Massachusetts,
Christmas day, during which Marshal
Drury was stabbed several timca. The
marshal sbot ona of the rioters. A little
of tho Ku.klux law might be beneficial in
e at Dover, Lafuj
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II KNTZf M.V Mn IIaa 171. I DTI I
Kittlnr ...,.... I..... i.. li.
. ,wi iinfi'v jir.rum ;
ho Freemason, 6f Nov. 1. 1671. sshlch
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please publish for tbo benefit of the cult
aad public generally,
The fellow (Fuller) alluded to ie now
at this place teaching the District school.
We havo positive proof that he is an ao
complithed cheat, impostor, aad a dau-
gcrous porson in any community. He is
a miserablo ackmpl Hand him around.
All papers friendly to tho craft are
respectfully solicited to copy.
By order of the Lodge.
W. II. MUZZY, Seo'y pro torn.
The following is tho article referred to
in tho Freemason :
look out fob the impostor.
The following letter has been roceived
by us. It explains itself and wo hope
brethren will bo on their guard :
SEVIEHVI1.I.K, Tknn., Sept. 6. 1871.
Mr F. 0. Tidsall, Masonlo Kdiior of Pom
eroy's Democrat, New York :
DRAB SiR : Fncloaed find etstempnt
of Impostor; you will plcaso publish for
tboibenefit of the Craft: We have sent
commuulcatlnns to iho I. U. M. c-rCuli-ruiuiu,
. 1, . ..u mat ftn I Kiimiri -in.i.
somewhere bo caught. I ain, very truly.
your triend and subscriber, and fratcrn
ally your brother and companion.
J. U JJWKKI',
J. W. Mt. Star Lodge, No. 197.
St. Louis. Auzim 12th. 1P71.
Mr. K. II- , Knuxvillc:
Deau Shi: I transmit herewith a
statement of nil husincM done by mo up
to tho tiuio I left Tcnncstrc. It becott cs
niy duty to pivo yu an explanation,
sonic time miicc I bad u difficulty with n
man who was u "Krrcni.isoii," and the
unjust manner in which I was treated by
his Lndio. impelled mo to feck rcdrcsii
by becoming acquainted with, and pub
lishing to tho world the mysteries of tho
Order. For that purpose I insinuated
myself into Lodges in different portion?
of tho ccunlrv, and became thoroughly
urquuiuicu wiin tno worlc. Tho JiOdgo
ut Sovicrville found nic out and it beeauio
necessary for my personal safety that I
should leave the country immediately.
and circumstance compelled me to leave
n debt to the tumpany e4U
W. S. FULLER.
Mountain Stab Loduk, 10", F. A. M., )
hevicrville, Tcnu , Aug. 20, 1871. j
Tho ahovo letter bus come to the pos
session of this Lodgo. Mr Fuller was
located at this placo for four or five
mouths as a Life Insuranco agent He
professed to be a Mason, and a member
of Chestnut Grovo Lodgo, Whitmoll, Va
From that Lodgo we learn tbat while
tlieio ho attempted to impose himself
upon them, accrediting himself to belong
to Clay Lndirc. Lexington. Kv. lie nt
tempted to. iinpoau hinuelf upon llio
Lodge at this place and was detected an
an impostor, and left hnstily and clandes
tinciy iu escapo punishment, and without
paying his board bill and other debts
Tbo above letter is tho only information
received from him sinco his departure.
Ho is believed to havo gone West of the
JUr. Ku ler is about twenty-five years
of age, medium height, rather slender,
weighs 120 pounds, his completing is
dark, black hair and mustache, dresses
well, talks fluently, claims to be of high
origin, and when detected is impudent,
nd claims that he has two cousins in
different parts of the country of the same
name and appearance as lumselt. Infor
tuation nf his whereabouts is desired and
solicited. All papers friendly to the In
stitution please copy.
I certify that the fdregoini: is a true
copy of tho letter of W. S. Fuller, and of
the proceedings of Mountain Star Lodgo
107 F. A. M. had at a special communi
cation held at a Sevicrville, Tonn., Aug.
zu, isil, and ordcied to bo published.
U. W. PICKLE, Sec'y.
From Mr. Smith of St. Aubcrt. wo
learn the facts concerning a melancholy
occurrence that happened near Medora,
on an island opposite St. Aubert. Mr.
Morrow, ol Medora, had purcharsed a
new rine and waa trying it at a target
practice. Mho target was placed at a
distanco of ona hundrod yards. While
tie yiua thou praotiotng, Mr. John Glover
and his son, the latter a lad sorao thirteen
or fourteen years of age, came toward Mr
Morrow, but were so concoalcd by the
timber as to be unseen by him. He fired
a shot; the ball passed through tha target,
and goin,; a distance of one hundred
and ninetw ' lAirther, struok young
Grover' iMsaaV in around
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........ ...... n, um ii.u.. wui, .ounran.
informed us'that tho ico sunk vcrv np.r a
laches at ft? passed toter it, an that hel
couiu navo punched a holo through tho
surface any where on the other side" with
a ttick.-Clarksville Sentinel.
ti.... err .:
Supreme Court of Missouri attheelection
next fall, and Judge Lewis of this city is
spoKen ol as a candidalo for tho position.
II!- t!fl-. .. 1
His qualifications for tho offica are excel
lent, and the canvass of '08 when he was
a candidate fur tho same position, but was
dofoalcd by tho registry law, has made
his namo lamiliar all over the state We
nresuuio he will havo but little difficulty
in securing the nomination, if ho desires
it. -St. Charles News.
Mr. Hawley, a Republican member
from 1 1 1 i nni:4 . Hhrnvml n Hlrnnitn
of facts when he stated in Congress that'
. l t) LI! . . . . I
o iiv-iiuuncan pariy nad "given the
Iranchisc to every man in tho country.'"
tn tho State of Rhodo Inland no natural
ized citizen is permitted to exercise thn
elective franchiso unless ho owns real
estate, and Republican members of Con
gress' have been working for vpiim
keep up this stalo ol nttairs The noor
toreign born weavers and laborers of
Hhoilo Island aro as crushed and down.
trodden as tho slavus of tho South wnrn.
They can of couri-e leavo tho State if they
choose; but most of them have families,
and live from hand to mouth.
An elderly gentleman was recently
"confidenced" on n train running into
Keokuk by sharpers, who induced him
to buy a dralt (worth'ess) on Huffalo for
lfi7 40 ho paying them two tflUO bills,
and they paying him 842.60 change
The conductor on tho tmin took tho first
opportunity to nuietlv suggest to the in
nocent old gentlcinin that he was afraid
the draft was a fraud. "Well," wat tho
bland response of tho imperturbable
greeny, "if it is any bigger fraud than
my two 8100 notes wen, then I am not
43 ahead which I think I nm. Iam
not in the habit of dcalinj in counterfeit
currency, but 1 always keep a littlo of
that Bort of stuff about mo for the benefit
of that sort of cutomers "
Tho Chicapo Republican says : "The
Democrats aro figuring up " the total
amount stolen in the past three years by
appointees of tbo present national admin
istration. Tho demnition total is thirty
seven millions of dollars. In two Tear,
undor Democratio auspices, Hoss Tweed
filched more than that from the treasury
of ono city."
Tho difference, is, that Boss Tweed has
been brought up with a round turn by
tho honest masses of tho people; while
the Radical party insist upon giving the
other thieves a still longer tether of
A pcntlcman writing, of a "lone"
acquaintance, sayB there is araone his
acquaintanceii ona at least who enjoys a
"high" reputation, for ho stands over
sevtn feet in his stoekinps, nnd though a
talented member of tho bar, he is a good
natured, modest citizen. Ho was sitting
in the stall of a theatre when tho curtain
roso and tho actors advanced to their,
positions. A cry of "down in front"
becamo general througout tha audience.
Their attention was directed to the tall
R , who feeling himself the object of
remark, thought he would like to settle
through the floor, ho proceeded to raise
himself to a standing position, in such a
manner, however, as to convey an im
pression that there was no end to him.
At last ho did pot himself straightened
out at full length, when, glancing around
at the astonished audience, he very de
liberately remarked : "Gentlemen, tn
satisfy you that T wat sitting down, I
now htand up." A burst of laughter
and applause succeeded, the audience and
actors became convulsed, tho curtain
descended rapidly, tho manager, with
beaming countenance, came forward and,
amid the wildest applause, conducted
the gentleman to a privato box.
To Advertisers. All persons who conmoj
pinto nuking contracts with newspapers for the
Insertion of Advertisements should send to
for a Circular, or inoioe 25 con for their One
Hundred Page Pamphlet, chaining Lists
of 3,000 newspapers and estimates, showing thai
cost or advertising, also many us.r.l hint, tn'
advertisers, and some account of the experience.
of men who are knowu as Successful Adver-!
tlaeis. This firm are proprietors of Ihe Amerl
ean Newspaper Advertising Agoaoy,
J of unequulod facll'tle" for so
li) ol advert Isinonu in all News.
at lowest rates. n4
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on tho Corner oj Main and Cherrti
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jnvueu, una Will
xcep on hand at all times the Best
and Most Comnlefe anmrtmpnt.
goods that has ever been offered
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ihv ymno 111 litis UUIIIlllf.
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ARK JIAUC IIP 1HK
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Warranted to Ciivc Entire
and AitKoi-t'r:ui:n at piuckh
THAT DEFV COMPETITION J.
I II ill iflill VVMI liH.lUH. 200 acres in cultivation, prairie laud, frnmo
T , , dwelling with 0 rooms, good orchard of ncleot
I A.V ALSO PIlEPAltKD TO FUnNISII , hall, i,a lino Hook txim, good barns, pbatj fine--All
Win,l t 1) T ' j t'uiW to keep place up, plenty using snd stock
Jill JUlUlS Of UuggiJ 1 rimming, t) water. In ogood neighborhood acceslablo iu all
linnnlnv 0I dlrtctions. Uood stand for publlo houso and"
Covcr Buggies, etc., etc.
AOKST Ton THE CIJliEBKATED
which Is warranted to give entire satisfaction.
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It yoi want Domestics
If you want Domestics
It you want Domestics
GO TO JACKSON & HUTT'S
For Good Calicoes
For Good Calicoes
For Gftnil f!nlirnt
GO TO JACKSON & HUTT'S
For Ladies' Winter Hats
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For LadiW Winter JIato
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Main Sirct.', Masonic Hall BulldlBff
.UcKEE & FRAZIER,
Attorneys at Law and Real Estate
Two and half miles nail i,f T.. nn r-.....
and Banrlilo road. I.argo brick dweltlne houio
H by 52 leet front. 8 rorm, .lih h.n J ,
. . - - - J a. ha. Val
t0',y a J cros halli on tecon'd storr, flro nlaee In
each mom, ceiling. , loandarcet c.ti.r iVbr
20fcofwllh .tone Mvlng welt of pari
. nuter on farm. ?o
ncrun in cuilivaill
lion, fine orchard of mlcet fruit
of all kinds
all tho land under fence. On road
leading to coal fields.
At low figures and leimi
One mile nortlrot Troy on Ijoulivlllc road.
vi j '.. -:.t. . :
. ..u v..v o.u.j Luii.KB unaiiing irim roomst l
n,,i,c from St- '' 4 K- railroad. 40 in cui-
tlvRtlon ; young orchard' of telcct fruit, bigln-
ning to bear. J.otr figure nnd lerini i.. n.ll .m..
204 Acres o,'3
Thrco nnd a half miles louth of Troy. A
fplcndld farm, over 100 acres in cultivation, u
good dwelling wlih 7 or 8 roomr, 2 new barm,
good outbuilding), t.lcnty if uslug and slock
water, on a nubllo roud, a lino orchard of (elect
fruit and ruiall fruits, a lino gnrden paled Iu.
Dwelling Mauds on a. nico elevation wr.h nico
yard. Untile Tarm under fence and every aoro
jutccptlblo or cultivation. Sptondid tract of
land, ii very desirable uuinc.and Is ofleredat very
finding quarters. Will sell part or all to suit
purchaser, l'rloo vory low.
.10 Acres , 5
Three miles north of Troy, 20 acres In cul
tivation, a comfortable house, excellent land, and
-will a oko a good little home. Very cheap.
160 Acres ff0. 6
Four miles south of Troy, 70 acres in cultl
ration, log dwelling with a rooms, meat bouso
nnd bum, good well of living woter and ft small
,S'lK.!2rL"f ,r!'".,trc,Vs- "alt milo of dMrlct
icnooi house, half mile-west ol Sand Hun church,
tamo distanco Irom Post Oa!i.Dd l good
neighborhood. Very cheap and desirable.
120 Acres $0, 7
On tho Bluff adjoining the farm formerly
owned by r KCurnlck, Kq., 60 acacs in culliva
tion, balance In limber. Uood frame dwelling
with thrco rooms, good cistern and a well of.
! never fulling water. Fivo' miles west of Cap-au
. Oris, in a good neighborhood. 7U0 bouring fruit
trees of select fruit. Very fine chance to maku
money by purchasing this place.
200 Acres No, g
l our miles north of Troy, 70 acres In a good
state or cultlvMlon, 2-story log dwelling bouso
18 by 20 with I, IB by 26, 4 rooms in all, orchard
1 'elcctfrult f a" kinds, 1 inllo west of St. I..
1c K. railroad, very fine spring of never falling
water near the houi-e, convenient Iu school and.
churches, in good neighborhood, and at very low
4 Lots lit Troy. n, i0.
Nico piecoot property In Troy a l,0k of 4
lots, with comfortable dwelling, good garden
yard, Ac, on ouo of tho finest streets In town!
Cheap for cash.
104 Acres n0. 11
2 miles east of Chantilla, log dwelling with.
2 rornis, meat bouse and excellent cistern, plenty
of stock water, 40 acres in cultivation, at low
figures and az eas.r tr....,
2 Lots in Troy. No. 12
A goo-l piece of property in tbo town ol
Troy 2 lots, dwelling house and meat house,
enclotod with good fence, on a fine street, and
commands a splendid view of tho town. Cheap
1100 Acres No. IS
Or land situated In Lincoln and Pike coun-
Mississippi river, and I. divided into lots or
about 200 acres oach. All thl. land Is v7 val
uable, possessing a soil unsurpassed fur produc
tiveness, with an abundance of water for all
purposes, peculiarly adapted to fruit growing
and stock ml.lug, with extensive improvement.
BSCh nnd every lot, and the uncultivated por-
tion covered with the finest timber in northeast
Misssouri. Ail in an excellent neighborhood, of
easv access to churches and school., and from
which team, ean make three trip, to the river in
a day. For tale in lots to suit purchasers and on
terms most liberal indeed. Person, desiring
homes whleh will pay and be a blessing to them
selves and posterity, could not do better than
buy one or all of theso splendid lot. of land.
25T 1-2 ArM No. 14
n the Stisslsslppt Bluff, 7 mile, west of Cap
au Oris and 7 miles southeast of Kow Hope, on
the Bluff road.iW acres in cultivation, balance in
fine timber. Fr.nno dwelling with 5 rom, tol
erably good out bulldlnes, 4 or 6 neverfallinr
spring, on the place, good cistern near dour of
dwelling, young orchard of select fiuit, near to-
Baptist and Christian churchesand school house,
3 mile, from Boblnson'. mill and .tore. In a verr
fine n'glborhood, splendid wheat, corn and
stock, farm, the very place to mnke you a good
iiti, i a in iroy, a gouu rrojieriy or
I., dwelling with 4 rnoms, nico yard, horte and
'cow lot, a young orchard of select fruit, rood
garden, In a dasirablt part of town, on a fin
street ana commanas a nne view or inc lown.
At low figures and term, to suit the purchaser.
y betora the til I c K 11 K It cemplttod, and
reby secure yourself a handsome profit.
i iroperty. mo. 10
1 ere I. the plact to get your money back."
'oenialot property on Main, Cherry and
.streets, three store room., one fronting on
d Cherry streets, the otner two rnjmg
i street, irtl one-.:ory rrame eunaingai
he same lot and Immediately baek of th
on tho comer or Main and Cherry is
tomo dwelling with 4 rooms. This
awpte. ine very cm iuob.iwm . ,
I for any kind fit merc.ntlle bu.i
il! be sold at vertr low figures and on
bcedinzlv eenrrojs. If you de.ite th
kinase stand in Tibv you will find it to
Wit Interest to bo up nd doing, ell yon will
, lo.e a bargain worth havA N s
I n7-it.. ..t. A CCJ' .,,v will AnnlDla
. their own Interest hy csale?
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