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Caucasian nntl espmtf. Bt JULIAN', ALLEN & Co. land ALLS'. W. -Tl .. , i .lav iiic !'i:l -uk r. Ci:uKiK II. .KNDLETOX, ' tV tttlto. rr: ;i:vi: c.kx. i:i i n c VAn.iiAX Til? Railroad. i of I Since our List, 1 i i t U- has hoeu .level-1 oped in regard to the railroad interest ! p ac-hers lasted three hours, and was a of the count v, other than a letter from j 'ere rehash of the charges, urUce by j , , " .r i,,,!.,!:.., iarticie. j Judge !.ctiLAM,ihitedat .vansa,t ity,, S ;o h:H i.roniu u'ate.1 the new ! .... .'it- t? ., ... " . . , 1 ; . (J I .nh.eh he expresses tnelc!;et th..... Vlo i;cs , the recustruetioa aet. u!--rtiitit)ii ot .i . wut he n c to the road there. The people are anx ious that the roa J shoa'.d he hu.lt ; and think s Ligh'y of it and its feasibility-, that they call it the "Air Line V. -a 1." A letter" in another part of oar paper, from Judge I. v i. vn, will more par i ! ticularly explain this matter, an 1 wui j t..lusc j,e ju,ges wish to cater to radi al furnish n;:ir!i information i!i re- j ;,,ilIin wtf know not. The .!e- fpevt to the prospect ot tae roa-t. "; ,.:,;0m in said to have been made. If the means in hand and to he svat 1 ! (( Wl. ,;.,., eoiifess that we cannot see to bill! J it. !'iMlit this, it v. ;il be seen j t.. '.lV :1!lV ood results, that ?i.o0t,0o'. will be secure I f. r it.J j hiv ,v.j uhlieaus of the Cerman givintc the sert-n coatities an allotment i st vi(l j,rojltf holding a radical coii of only SiXM'i") in private stock, an j v,:iltj(, at fhieago, at the same time amount that !hotiI I be easily doubled i tj,ut tj,c ut10r .tiveMtioH is held, and r thrihle I if need be ; an I would . e, vo!,t :t platform aholishiug the we think, tel'.re the r-a I should !e;o:-:,.e f president : giving Congress permitted to fail of co:i:ru, t'.o'i. s;!-.;t nu. I,.gilat:ve and executive con- XV v arc no! inform?- I as to the ' - - - nv ..r c ino.crs i,i ic-.... 11 ' , t .-!;ta-i wa v rather t oo s ion. to I. The acts of tl ag-tits of th Tvii'l are kept pre ty se ret. It is not trio that Tha 1. faile 1 to nose his r.i'u;ei". If turns out th:" II r.er, old !- .Iw'i Bacuu lont.'onttry, was a c uoi thief in l:i . Aiitimony is aJ led t' tral resources, it Lavin. t l to exist iii Missouri. our hi r m:n ! ceii thi , er- CHASfLKK, it is said, c oataOieS lecfiife on t lapcraioc. whenever h'. t- i i -..-.... ..rl, I.. L. .TV Ids, K.'.d: A little child in '.v orh, I i'teiiby a mad dg. d.ed in rcat came dog bit .1 rado a! a in about aii hour alter. i. The I ir.sv '" Old Shot peg Wd-on is to iec-f.re tb.e nigger of Ihthm-ond o:i temperance. Why don't he lecture Yates and Chandler 'i - Northern t-rirists to Ft. Sumter car r . awav tits of iron, as memen toes. If there were anything better to Ie Lad, they would carry that away. The radicals will Lave abolished the oiSce of President, w hen they make old Beti Wade to take the seat. 1: will be r.oboJv sitting on nothing. Some otie nominates I'::an.f. as See-Pbo-y of War ur.dv-r old I'.ex. We le will htf ptotion. If n is -put in" the first 'snn. " run ori t" ti'ititr of The 3Fortre.-.F I! l i .... i I .i, p'.M.o.m rnemh. rs ,. t;.,n..rn , ih-lloil J 1, I.. . " fioO, I f, ,r ... , -i.i-.fn r.:( jrarv of l n .., Slum. in ' tt , . f .. ti t- were ieii in ine uesei leu cuiiiinn'i, oi- If AM'KEw Jott.NsoN scares all radi- ., ,, . ... , '. i ting taeir thumbs with mortification a.dam by a little walk around Wash- j anil ra, at their first defeat. Tins re ington, the rascals would take to their tiremen lasted three hours, arid restii lieels if he wero to do what he should I te-l in the adoption of a new rulo cm .lo, order their ex-.-ntion. i '"I.vir' everything the Chief Justice iclaiined. It aiiows him to decide all It ii nuat in tho J.'umi to fount ; '.ae-dions of law and evidence, siilject TateV v..- with the rndiea!s. ,,r..-,.,,? ' IT,1 '.V Senator the ,r . ,, r ' ., 1 House Managers having no voice in or no, ne is feci-m ntrrner ti man i , the 4'h'd iti the wall," therefore in the j tirrly tip-ni the cotirtesy of some friend Jlis assent is nothing. j ly Sfftator, for tlieir aj peals. The anti-Slavery Standard) says Cfia-o always lietrays his party. Jt it were not. for the high n -pn tat ion of this pa per for troth, one night suppose this lie. , Ii is explained that the reason the ncgra is ext-tiscd from attending the Mupaehmnt trial, is because radi'-al senators could only procure etiongh tickets to admit their favorite cypriucs ' A radical editor tay3 radical means to go to the very root. Welt, most of them will he found rooting as deep as the vilest sdnner. They will root with thf rich mart. AH know where Ihnt poor old fellow iks his roofing-. ' Homo radical scamp, having run nwoy from New Kngland becaiisj he con!- not make !ii- hrcad, is printing a radi -al paper af I'ecatttr, in Alabama, n stolen materials savs he is opposed to the admissinn of that State, and wants ttie Military to control. We'll let he robs a hen roost every night. flen. SteeiM. says he is emphati cally opposed to fifiANT and the ra ii'-al effort to trample on the c-onstitution and usurp the government, and is in fill sympathy with the President find the party of the constitution. This is plain talk, and do-s credit both to the head and heart of the great bureau man. A faw days ago, Fletcher's rudlan, Hiro- MnsTGoMEitv, set upon Titos. P.. Wallace, TVistrh t Marshall, for this disf rict, at the depot of the railroad, in JtflVrson Ci'v, without the least cause or provocation, with the intention of l-eaiing him, and perhaps murdering him. As a matter of course, he had with him, armed for the occasion, two other rr.tliaiis, one or both of whom threatened to kill .Mr. Wallace in case he should attempt to defend himself with weapons. .M stoohesy said he made the attack npn Wallace because, as mar.shall, If h,tl arrtmd M:.nty,t. try! This is hut another evidence that rnidieal disregird all law, and will de teat it whenever and wherever they can. when it touches themselves. This outrage was committed nnder the very eye cf Fletcher; and just as like not that contemptible and venal individual induced it, if not by word, certainly ly his pampering of this desperado with executive notice, and executive patronage. the man that is to supervise registration for this senatorial district, and who commands the militia of Fletcher. ! ! lie is a disgrace to the State ; he would ilisgr-.iee the infernal regions. It i a matter cf congratulation that yir. W alzaci! was not killed. He came c-tf well indeed, with his life, for it is reareely miscrptildo of a doubt that thes rullians intended to kill him. Wc r-'r nothing ot tho intentions of 3Ir. W, as to Iejal steps to hiring the rnl!i .. to punishment. - We Riipirtjr-e it Wyitld linear 4. JeIIfr- The News. The iwrcadimcut show tickets SHI', ! nr. ni'-VM moved oil on Mon-;ot last, Snoonev Butler inukin tl.e j a iM.nii - .' em li. V. 1iav not heard ; cit that he either -made a -.poon or spoil '; A horn " tuif smmiw ho will d. so he-! .. ... , ..... ... ... .. fore the show ends. lien. Hancock has assumed c mraa;;d the :!:in!ii- (iivis'on. lu-a i oiarters -.. t . ... 1..- linen Hittier's haivanue het'ore the im-; dca. - The rem ova ct the cotton tax i sa'.d t have ic.da.-e.i a better leelmgin regard t the planting of cotton, and it, is now said that a good sowing will be made. The McA.'dle case gies over to the Peeemher term of the supreme court , , . . l 1 . . . T - 1 wi;ellicr ne. au-e oi ine iaie i.i , oi i j Thursday's mail gives us the foi'ow ' it. g, from the l'.spatch, in regard to tiie impeat hers, i i ie issue between l.'liicf Justice Ch.ase and the impeaehers, which we le.vdi- tc i ;asl at ur-'nv, oi e rred ve- ter hiv. and the t.'hief Justice is vi or. I his is the plain meaning of impeach ment pro -codings yesterday and the im: ea- hnn-nt party knows it, and feels n 1 1 In'o: :t)L to ide th leir e:ia- ; ..; i . hi-. I I utter a feebh ! presi.n C'f ha'- 1 t'hiei" I e-:imace, and t . h.-'low. iiyp icritical ox ontihUed culideuett in the I ustice. i i,e nrocee tin pened with an un- iiiist-ikn'oie watchfu! siisjdei.jn against i il ''hb-f Justice expressed in the eves of every one of the impeaehers ; and wi.cn Mr. fna-e deci h-d the very first p-dnt that r.'-c, against Mr. Uutler and in favor of Stanheiy, Mr. !rake ho-,in- h- i from the lair where he had been waiting f 'T this very opportunity, and civ anpea '..! from ti.e va Lior nr. g tha' "the hair ha t r.o right to h' i si; -h :::tiwt;otis. the lli.u-e ' I", . II'-..- .i.i1 ha n; s, n.iin-r. ioa; wen ami n.r.g-.vi- 1 i:i arguments and cita tions oi ire. e h nts in support ot ..ir. I'rake.s view: and Mr. ihngnam had the iii ta-te t fling into the t'hief .1 us tice' l'a- e the brutal threat of an im peachment against himself. -Matters were growing alarming, when Senator Wilson moved that the Senate ret for consultation. This was not a.-t ta'de to the. impeaehers, for it v.'o ;re i p- id j throw the Uou-e Jlanagers out ot the i nvajonty tor that oistiiigui-tied gentle ' skirmish and Mr. Sumner ncrvou-ly i man, (feorge 11. l'em.lieton. it' these i cried "No, no," to the proposition. The j youna men will do like they are in motion was put however, and here came j t. i.ouis org.-tniaiiig in clubs and i the se'-ond surprise. There were j see that every one v. -tes at the election, : twet.tv-tive votes in favor (-f retire-i our State will he ail right. This is m. meat, and twenty-tive against it. A tie vote in the trial had never been an- ; ticipate i, and it was peculiarly r! ioi-.v,d- Til-1 to the impeaehers in tins crisis for it gave the Chief Justice what the f l'npeaehers had all along denied him- t . : . 1 - T ...... 1 , T . 1 -1 - h roa'fer. :ind hemi d'nen.lo?t, en- 1 ius victory ot -Mr. CJiase h com c and thorough. And it grows p.i more significant and important every hour. The impeaehers understand it, and they showed their alarm by stri ving desperately to avoid it. They are stunned and bewildered. They did not count on such a turn of affairs, and they hate with unmeascd bitterness the man who is the author of it." Jndge Crier says the McArd'e case was fully argued in the beginning, and that there is no reason why the opin ion should not have been delivered at the present term, and thinks the people will feared V excuse the court for a failure- t do so, especially as it is known that radical legislation will pro hibit the decision in lecemher. This is trim. The whole people know as well that the postponement was the resuit of venality as that they know that it is miconsritutional to try a civilian hv a military court. The people nnd'Tst and these facts as well as Judge Cmrit, or any of the court, and they know that the '-law's delay" in this court, is mffe.'y to impede jus tice, and aid the radicals. m ' A Yankee down in Ceorgla, crig-iged most iikelj" in fdealing from the w hites to give to the negroes, does not regrr-t that Johnson is to bo impeached. Of course he does not ! His chances will be muchly upward if Axdiiew were out of the way. lie could go into partner ship with old Hen. and they could steal the entire State ! It is shown that the railroads sold by the late Legislature were worth 82?,- i ,VL",0(lO, the State having paid that amount on them Thev were sold for S.".200,0fi0 live million two hundred thousand dollars ! The Stato had bet ter take the bankrupt law before June. It will Le forced to do 60 before Fletcher retires. Stealage, Silvio, 0)0 : Craf It 11 le. We are glad to 'see the Register favoring Colfax for tho Vice Presidency. It argues gratitude on the part of the editor. Ono should stick closely to po good a friend one that saved him from being cashiered and disgraced in the army, on the usu al charge. Colfax was an original abolitionist, so was the editor, and their common school educations could never right them. In the repeal of the tax on mannfac tnrercs, our New England brethren get the larger sharo of benefit, as usual. In-Iced tho Treasure may he called a reduction of about forty million taxes, for their benefit. When tho tax was removed fom domestic manufactures, the t'tr' Ton foreign manufactures ought in all justice, to havo been reduced. But it was not, and the New England manufacturers now not only have a high protective tariff on imported fabrics, for their Lent-tit, but the are f-pecisilij-exempted from a tax which lore no harder on them than other laxes do ou other pc'-ph-. t' l'if.'-. A Grand ltnilruad x arte. Messrs. EiiTOK : The grandest farce the day was en-iete-i in i.eMiif-"'", few days a., in an attempt to le-uis- ate the de'.u met Lexington and St. Lmm ranroa.J. Our citizen- Sill reco r. 1 ,n I ,! . ivnv i!e:i!l tor M'Vl'll I " " - "" ! v,.r H nd '.'. !.n'v :l I'.-w of our sham ! i:ave uiseovoro i trial- u .. noi , hut .'eepe'.h and at once set to t " work to bring it to life, Tho original subscription to that r,,.uj amounted to a moiion ot dollars ,-,... or more : and m huh bv tnc misman- il0(m,Iit' n( Us ,,ilv(.:oi Julll !h, lege ! violation of i;s charter, the coun ty court refused to issue any bonds to it, and the private stockholders refused to pay the calls on their stock. '1 he law was resorted to, and it went to the Supreme court. There the road was denied a hearing because the company ha-l it ' hfc in tt, and the suit was dis missed Irom the docket. An effort was again made to bring it before the court; but i. failed for the want of life in the company, d'hus the court i!e- eided t Ti.v that the company ir .".(, m . Now tor motives which are well un derstood iii our community, a few men get together to re-organize that dead company. I low do t hey proceed ''. ! thev publish a notice in the city pa per., that all interested might know of .... i . . i i u.c meeting.' Not they. A .sc.Ti .' meeting is gotten up, without i any public notice. A tew men opposed to tue Louisiana road, representim , probably, live or six thousand dollars of stock out of tiie million formerly subscribed, meet by agreement, in a back room, up stairs, in a lawyer's of- tiee, and tnere go tlit'oiigu tue lart e u electing a board of directors of ti.ej Lexington and St. Louis railroad, '.'.in anything he more plainly illegal and farcical than s-mh action. It is aston ishing that some men of sense are led into such si-i, ernes. A dead corpora tion, repre-ent-d by ocr twenty thou sand Votes, Vf-Uc -itate 1 Uti-l brought t- lite, after having leeii buried seven years, i.y a iew :ei.at-vl tue setiting. liroha'dv, oi,!- i.uudre rcpr lares. What a larce 1 '.' Sure'y, ihs-r-. Iviitors. it our ra i. ri a is are to fall into she hands of men who l.ave no m re regard ter justice and legality that! are indicated in iuch proec tiati.is ding-, v. e iiave laden into l ad tJilsiKVitli Lellci ft. 1 r It:l- ni St c ..: si 1 t I. l ll-eli s. 1 Mes.-rs. V. ot Tons : A !th. gh 1 ttg VcC re- no vote mvsclt. in t his -s, i-.-a: :c i : country, I cannot help expressing gret al the indili'evence shown upon part of the voting democracy of v emnity at the hu.g st ruggie t r i. a wi.ite in:; u s govern men t. l o.ir ' coutstv ( ait v.'.;- will give hve htjtidrei! time for cowardice. '1 hero is no lead or iron in the air vet. You have "evi dence suiiicient that the Northern de mocracy don't in'.eti 1 to let- negroes or ia iiie iiioiiivC you. or any s I i;e. tue cigar man ,f his stripe. White im crop's. Then, organize in clubs ovr your county. One ok the I.osT ClIILIitt EN or IsitAEL, The Times publishes a partial ii-t of those getgiemen of the democratic party ia this State, who espouse-1 the i nion cause in the lute war, but who arc now rebels because, they cannot endorse radicalism. Jladiealism is "!) aity," loyalty is the right to steal, in the never to be MiiiiOiently- lamented Aukaiiam's time loyalty was ih-lined t- be admiration for that, i old innovator and violator of the constitution. F.verv man who did not b-v.v down to "(.'hi Necessity" was disloyal. Ail of us who opposed iiis re-election, and op. posed Johnson were disloyal and trai tors. Johnson followed up the policy of '-Old Necessity" and became disloy al. Now loyalty applies to Congress exclusively not to the government, because it takes th executive, the ju dicial and the legislative to make trie government. Lvery man who favor-. Johnson i.s a traitor; every man who says that nigger ii not as good as a white man is a traitor. Ib.'iv for us. The radicals, ut. a public m n arrensourg, a lew nays ago, the following resolution : "!( ' , That loy al men patronize lovr.I it- tit utioris." Over a year a som- king similar to this was il'ii;.- here was sent to thra-h us and the militia ut of our boot--, if. The- whole ) on the iiiioui- partly on th.., account, radical p:irfy openc-l up t, ty of tiie measure. : t-ur time, we htive failed, to sc.. iip to the iiiio this nit v. We are of the opinion that the man who advocates negro equality, miscege nation, and endorses ail the wrongs of that party, is unworthy of any patron age. Wc do not care to patronize and keep alive a ma'-hinc, to break our own heads; to hand an enemy a gun with which to sdioot us. Still it, is done here, and done largely too. democrats enable venal scoundrels in the land to sell just enough to disfranchise iLein, and then complain of it. The Warrensburg Journal gives an account of the marriage of a white man and a negro woman in that place. After tlici' wero married, the couple promenaded the streets, arin in arm, to the great amusement of the people. The fellow who married the wench is an American named O. LI. Murphy, and we suppose is fresh from the land of shoepegs. This is not a rare case. We see similar ones noticed in other quarters. They only indicate what is coming from radical misrule. It can not be otherwise, fso long as this venal party shall continue to slander the white race by declaring that an infu sion of negro blood is necessary to bet ter the enfeebled condition of the, white man a slander so monstrous, and so repugnant to all our preconceived ideas ot right an infliction so momentous upon civilization nnd Christianity as to caue a shudder of horror to be felt by all lovers of a puro Caucasian race. A religious newspaper pays that "such a revival as has not hecn wit nessed since lo'is now prevailing in Connecticut. Multitudes of hardened sinners are confessing the evil of their ways, and bringing forth fruits meet for repentance." If this thing is anything like gener al, no fears need be entertained as to the election there on the 6th Tuesday Cosditiim of tlwCeuuti-y. Cini.i.i'. Mr. J.- otiik, O., March 1, 1CGS. -Ej-tukmiid 1''uu,m: -Hi.i-e U :tv y.-u but for a moment last fall, in the street of vo'.ir ro.Vii-. city, and ,;uciy interchanged, respectful ai.d -.in.Uy saint -uions.t he year 'G7 has gone he liiinst'iTc 1 with tnc vears beyond , ine ln. !. We have entered upon tho en. Hi! ear ol "'- t.:;Ve 1 ihi'.'i:;:'h a circ:rv linJ ir.ic'o- nous winter, and now l.nd ourselvi s about the middle of the tlrs! spring nioiith. which r.-mimhs tis so iuipres siv an.', .solemnly of the resurrection. wneu v oo i:a e oicil ;u ine iaii ii !i f e in f-Kt- il'il lino me, oio oi -i. i :. , . o . .....i .... it, haoiliments of heaven to be forever with the Lord. .j In the fall of this year, the great, problem will be sol ve 1, or t he most mo mentous (picst ion will htj settled that lias ever agitate ! a nation : that of I hat for r of V) man s capaci goverinm-n1. civil War wa the c -ti-'.f blemish, oi . v or meapa ' In t 1 1 iuaug :ioii '.' 1 to p iforiu-i rn -a dit i hgi :l-,,,s-i I i. '. -1,1 d' the .fia le t i'.'l! 1 1 1 ;'. m ! . and c. it h rut h t.n!!.'-.i d .'V!i t he i.ri. iif .-in ! - ; cl.-i 1 he ones! ma now to ,. ; 1 is this : can there yet I e tc ' l im i.eop'e, virtue, intclo bm.ud c, r.ud patriotism enough to bml-l g-tfii siieh a goVeriiiiicl.t as wa - ..: ! v our fathers The laiscntjiulou , otic and itifM-i'i'ii.irv factum, imv .iiig the 1 i.lam e , f t-,wcr. have. I 1 'th- I ,,!.: . ! ! g.,v, i-cm.-nt. -:,:.! :e- ho: taiVe no be f oi-.'e an o, it ii lt'i it il ls was ,i wa wa lL.su ,.' er - y t s c r ' 1 li.e I e ' 11: rent Wct a s iet.s man wn Ct .!. 'VO '-v-.u::.'-. ' o-h.im.j that t In-; Hi, e may once i giits, am! 'the tb re vs of government ! vercise of all their ns '.' 1 answer em; d tiie iv..s.;ii is, th': or limit! u:;d in gltimati tlilL 1 . . ia' iea ;.- v is th. 1 ot a 'r it ! is no . l, se tr.nt'y ist of tl..'- , 1 he great d,, ti, Ot t'l ,1 th. Sit- a rn-. :;.-, ; r.K'-v .is Holy W rule, whi and cdlci an 1 religi we are p ry and vi- 1 -m j '-. -i--tain tiiiiv nal aftae whats . -do t--y.. -1 lor tr; h si. rule t hat wtm me i '.hem i -' ,- :. r: at! I .l;rc" I ::i a; 'fl, ,, ti n-i.n Id ::!' and r-ptil-ive p: with all its vario h.-eii suh tifite ! pie, emanating ft for the klghc.-i g di- iuciple of se!: us matdiVstati for this divine .ni the love , : . -s I, do,, "t- taic-ii, !. V, radh-a: , i civat til of the p. a, n vrry pres-Lion, a: and subject of t he cruel barbarity ... m i cf other nations 'y, itihtttnanit v, nnd i lnanv acts edi-'ts. w:ii leet at: d iws of their kings, cmj.c rti! 1 1.: an 1 vet t! di.ef m re is in the ions, a t iahle, exact i it. tin cruel, wanton, ins tsemamuiig ho-g- ; i-.u- c of al I i heso pi i',v--.-s. With regard to thereguh and decrees of this rem .r.-i that is daily snaking bankrn sands of his subjects ere: -.ess t ra a', p'-- :' t iting envy icaiousv, sirite emulation, am! man sore and great evils, strange as it ma-, appear, no murmur is beard, no com plaint is made; but, on the contrary, this tyrant always appearing as an an gel of light, endowed with all the grac , beauty, loveliness, and powers of tach nation, never fails to se.-ure the loyalty, veneration, homage, and even t Jit wot ship of all his subjects, but, especially those of the highest, intellect nai ul- ture, greatest refinement, and most ex quisite taste. The name of this tyrant, is F.ixhiov, who holds in willing, cheerful and o! fscqnious subjection more subjects than any one that has ever lived and reigned on earth. Public sentiment, ta.e, eo i ventional rules, and etiquette emulating lrom her are liehl more sacred ami au thoritative, 1. 1- far, than till the com mauds, injunctions and precepts of Ho ly Writ!! No wonder then that both church and state are found kneeling at the shrines of this bewitching goddess, and laying upon her altar most costly and invaluable sacrifices ! Where now do we fold tiie hope, the faith, the puro love of the simple, unadorned, ami un pretending chisiiaii ? Where now do we find the inflexible virtue, integrity, j and warm an i cut husiastic loveot coun try which are above nit price among our statesmen ? If you say that you cannot find such characters among us, it is then easy to predict the future destiny of'our country, and sny be- Ton.i n pradvirr that tr.aT as be! ii'Av :.pp i-rnnun!. I'M. i -The ii'(:ip:.i';e ot '-cil u'"V re!:j:'nus and ledernl lii alike, worn out, ex 'oiiio extinct. In the riiie. ti 1. and 1 e ciiurcli you tim.l the empty, unuieanint; and nnedii'vini: form and ceremony, hut m.'l.iig of the spirit, power, and ivresi.-t ih'e. uitluence of vital aixl primi-' t:ve p.ai:: C instil ut state, tiie n. iaw; pial rights, j.rcee-j dents, an i every! lot. anil ueaivr ' ! an life vield to . i o i ... inilitnrv ; n:"t:ey once held u rea f avadai I iic.-c- Utl IUJS is u.c mi. i .esmi. oi ine ii.oue.n ; .i.i-- . ; .. .1 1 ..,-.! , 1 suit inun . iue him oi uie ne-Mi, i.ie iiisu oi ( t he c) e, an ponding ref t Lo j'rn!e ot l;!c, corres e, coties- I'1""".' l" ' oo.v.o. ieel ivei v t mi:ii:-iii, ai and rationalism . ! inesimp.e, inia.iuii.-re.i -ospci.suorn - . t .,1 ,.'l .. I . una.miicrcl gospcl.siiorn OI I tie gorgeous eei iwnoiiiiii oi w;e ,j e .i . proved a stumhling to them, and fool ishness to the (ireeks, who relied upon phiiosophv an i science to solve all the problems of life. Religion as well as vi-e, is :mrre.-': ive in its n.uiire, and if i,.t I 'r a i'ieil, hut co-op crated with, voi;M on from coniiueriiig to con-i.iie--!, until iiie world would he subjec ted to the nhediciiec of simple faith; reous ceretnonia but from t.-.c pre-ent moral aspect o the .1 we liiid the love o! manv wa 'iii' o, ; i 1 1 i 1 1 1 - iiumling tuore and more, we are forced to the eoiicoisicu lliai l;lsto! is lejieatii.ii :l- sc'r, that .i,.p ami teat the em 'hri-d sa v.-, as Noah, so sh'-iil i Man - '.all con. his aihnna-i'.e when tie; S ,n W.U he ilnd ial Civtlc-td m, must 1 thim. Hill sat hand. ,- days of wa s e w h nd a th in o! in .te gives ot-y, saying, shall come ; ' 'f ti u .ii on l.ie car iiotis after n : attaiiiiiig ctr.al cul- 1; it ..id. .u in'el'ei t of taste and man retrograde umve v.'earv and rather plain, simji'..-, home- marine d tcacl a.-.d v; rs, coa lings oi snitv of n ''I s jit a new t nm! v. ate! sst".;i of eilii. s coi-re.sjiond'ing -eeilliar exa-tue-s with or to the ions atid sublimated tastes and re enls oi' the ;tge. If the moral ami religious principle were cul- 1 : t.-ii'n: i a s, ami an schools, and dvati'-e j-.iri i 'i--. i, with other cnt:-,the attainment of a very -ult would be most happily ihil tiititi immortal man -r oi' itninortnl fates " has de- lprovi 1. I at his- ad tlil .-bed. ory inai -e eated, pt- t eonsumma d, speedily HiVdi t is, my dear sir, I have, in a ..I in, ..;!'.. t manner, shown the t.-mide .-f Cod has become - !, pro-- ' ated, and fallen into ..t i-nv it' g one -tone upon atid al-" how our government, i -.!o-ci t d, happily construc ie:! i: i p -rat i-.ii under auspi-i-";!i-':!i,ris. which gave prom l imiii'iPl ali'v commensurate world's cx;-tem-c, has, in far a cent iry, perls'. e 1 by suiei s. and now lies a rude, loatli- I s),-ip,-;ess mass of ruins. , then, my dear friend, that to . .-::, inly the end of ail things let it s. individually, rean.e litv. and so apply our w , .iii a- to live t v im- . and e'peri.-ne for uir-elves .ri-t. oi' i i 1 . is made unto us !'-;.' e e.sm-ss, sanctitieat ion m;ll :.m. i'. C. KsitOtNTlAl. Ei.ia-TMS THIS i M.I,. special Washiiigtoii enrrespon f tiie Ihiltiinote ( ia.eUe tele si '-n the lot!. : r t::ust J !-e-'ra:n from exposing a ievi e of the cm-m.v. '' It seems lien's ha e , let el m :nc I t" hold no eioia: cb-i tl .ti at ail next tall. Lfgiie that the eons! it ut ion no appotats a time f..r indulging in oiLii-i ci ry, neither docs it make pro , .a iii i-Li-i- of the removal. 1 he ut . -. . 1 : IYi ! 'p. I'resi-lent aii't i.v-i't r -iv lea . Co::g- es the wi-.. de -i ss. It is eon-th- legislative eat. by a ttjcre cse mil. t, h- !, a;-.-!-. . t , ma v ie-r ilil m;ieU therefore, that f the ! iovert!!; :c Mr. Wade, "or any .. I 'residency l'-.r four in the day of his ,"C.'i I ti lgill'.li i Li thcr I cing no rel'erom e -i, i ' e " " 5 - Th, av in that s.'icri .f Mar.-l,." -a mstrumeiif to I'pon looking I do not hesitate ms'it uti "hi. Congress has ty to do mi. h a IC-t et; ' lis It. t h Ill, re ei.ii ra di than it ..rt iation ! ..-...! tin -n t ne e uiiitrv It Will appear very strange that the f iei'ui.-nis throughout the country, are daily sen iing forward petitions to Con gress f..r the abolishment of the oftiee of I're dde:,t, and asking that all pow- er m a i he eoni-etitrate l i iv that should, to t lie ' oi.i-ress arry out these an moves be e itself to ail .go tiai red re mhlii t n-rpet i time. This would seem to be a neces sary sequence to the abolishment of the IVe-ideiicy. !'!!' is perhaps the last move oil the radi.-a! poht cai board. Already they say ojicniy a nd 'lelian: ly that they have lii-regarde t the i-oiis(it u! ion, and mean tid.iso; have stripped the executive of bis power and authority, and in ef fect demolished t he supreme court, thus en! rali.ing all power in the hands i-f such men a Spooney iiutler, Hon Wade, -'natter. I'hidip- 'o. It looks as though there were hut the one move left, as the above indicates. We should not be the least astonished to hear that Congress had either followed this pro gramme, or declared Wa le or (.'rant chief ruler. Is it not time the people were looking to these things ''. The St. Louis Adi-ocatr. slivs, in the almost unprece lented rapidity with wich men s views and feelings change of late and the readiness with which they forget the past, many seem to have forgotten several important facts bear ing on this question. Such, for in stance, as that President Johnson is on t rial bv hi own (1,'adical) party, or tiiose wlio sciecte.l turn as their candi date, and clcelel him to ofliee, ami be was selected nnd elected because he was known to be opposed to what were regarded as Soul hern principles. When tiie news of his nomination was tele- ! graphed to Nashville, in aptiblie speech made to friends who had assembled to congratulate him, he said, " Next it the nominating convention said, (if I may be permitted to speak of myself, not in the way of vanity, but to illu strate a principle,) ' ll'e will go into one of the rrlidlhus States and choose a can it id at for the Viec-Pivti.lt nry,' Tins Tt:n I'-XToN PARTY MtCLAf.!'!) its belief THAT THE KEISEM.IOrs STATES AHE STILL in th E Union, a.i.l that their loyal citizen:- are dtiZ'-ns of the Cnited States." Upon this principle Mr. Johnson has acted the very principle upon which be was nominated nnd elected by the very party now impeaching him aud demanding his removal. Any clear headed man mav see what the results of utt-ti a carse v-'i'l be. Louisiana & Missouri River Railroad. Kr.:n the Iiiil-i.t-iilrtn-.- Stjilinr!. Dkaii Si:i : 1 propose to call your at tention, and through you, the at tcntion ; of the people of J ackson county, to the importance of eneourairing the huildiiiL' of the Louisiana and .Missouri lliver i railroad t hroiiL'h vour count v. via ln- delielideiiet lit K:nu-:i t'it- 0 have a very liberal chart one ti;il ,i ho obtained under the nres- 4'Tit. eofist ;1 lit ion. We :i re vioioit fi-i iln jlit, and. tln tii0 4 ,i . t. i-t u ;i provisions that all cor sity : and 1 i ,,,,! 1 1... ... i ujuh,,,, :u-c suhject to, such as th ,jl)Ulo j1;ilMilt V of stock! miiiers, me . ,i -ni v , (),,r ,!...,..,.,. tliorizes t.tomilv t oirrts to subscribe ','.e ; stock to the roa-1 without suhmitt tin U) v , o- tj , . . ' to .( vo(c o- tjl0 , g il : i me eoiini , i ami mat ciaiise oi ourc!iarter has hecn ' s sustained hy a recent decision ot the Supreme Court in the oae of the MN-' sissippi .v. Missouri Kiver Railroad vs. j Macon County. Hut rccoifui.ini' thelH"i.'oi It is Mot to he settled l,v mere ! li t( ght of tue people to decide those mat-1 rs tor themselves, and believing that j tt.ey are noi slow to d..-:ccrn thc.r own 1 interest m ail such matters, we do not j propose to ask your County Court to j subscribe stock without lirst stibmit- j ling the proposition lor the approval j or sapproval ot the peopio ot the ; count v. e (. e liroiiose, aiso. to suhnui t he mat ter I) a vote ot ad the white: male innan Hants ot llio county, tw ty-one years of age, ami even thout ; -('i;a ! d llf t- -- larier may Le tound Jii tt.eSes- s-oii a-s of Is.)S-'j, page lou. iloti! l-s.)-y, page loy. have been cntertaitied t.y s m.ie rega.ru-: lug our rigiii to cross the .Missouri ricr under our charter ; but in order to put t nai ijueslion a . v-i, no nave iiuo an auicnument. passed during Ine present session ot the Legislature in- . : i . i i Teasing our capita ock, and ( leariy . .it In nig our right to cross l i nvcr, and - tcrminaitj ot e aIis-ou- j LtiiV point j upon cither bank of the river that t be ; fa,.'c 0f the civilized earth ? Let ihidi eompany may deem the most eligible, t 0als, as well as Democrats, ponder tnese If we meet with the proper encour- j im .t :lnt , ru, ),s p.f, re t iloy take the agerueht ir.iiii the i.eoi.!e of Jackson It ;rn tl.e i'-,r!.- ,r n.rn1 sntf.-M.r,. county and Kansas City, we propose to make the western terminus of the La. i Mo. II. ihiilroad at Kans-us City, j running through tiie eastern part of your country, via Independence fur nishing railroad facilities to all the eastern part of the county that is iiow withoiil the advantage of a railroad. Our road commences i:i Louisiana", to Kansas City. Our eastern connec tions from Louisiana will be, First, ai Naples, about thirty miles di-tanf, with the Toledo, Wabash & Creat Western 11. 11. The company to fill this gap is already organized aud a large amount ol st .1- suoscrif. c. .nnect i ,t We wiii also , i !l 1I-..1I1 i dace i'enn S Coll Louis Us ii ma to I'ana.l 11. , liicii wi! on.m.in;. a' ion wlih the svlvania i! Iroad am licet ions. Other Counties appreciating the im portance and value of the road, art otVeritig us indueeme ts to locate the roa i through their borders. Caliawav county is urging us to accent 8 l,fM.,- oii.) subscription of stock t'rom her as ..i. ;.,.hi,....,,..i,t t,, l,...t ti,..,. that countv. Will not the "people" oi .Picks ,,m,tv seen,-.. tl,ts ,o.t Oi. . s J ........ - " " vorabie opportunity of increasing her prosperity aud wealth at so small a eo-! ? Hy turning to the map you wilt see that'the La. A Mo. U. railroad tills a gap and furnishes the most direct route east I ct w eei! t i.e Cnioti Pacific II. II. a' Kansas City ami the railroad system f .t. " : . : ,.:,-..,. ..... i ei ,i in; ies. mere V saving about lol' .as City ami Ne miles between Kat York, I'iiiiadc! phia and ot her eastern cities, over any other route. 'i he length of ,,iir road from Louisi ana to Kansas City will be a'n.iut 210 miles, nearly all of it over one of the cheapest and Lest natural routes for a railroad in the Western country pass ing through seven of the richest and l-e-t count ies ot' the State ; and I mav say cannot be excelled in -natural re sources I.y any seven counties in the I n i ted States. Ail these counties need t develop their resources, and settle up their waste and unimproved lauds ilh an industrious and happy people is the building ot the La. Mo. 11. railroad. We expect to raise 6 -,oot).f00 stock from the seven counties and individu als along the lice. This amount, to gether with w hat we can raise upon tirst mortgage bonds upon the road, will build and equip the road, to say notluiig about the aid of powerful and wealthy eastern railroad companies that are now taking a deep interest in our railroad. We have already the following amounts of stock .subscribed and voted : .1 ikl- r.,unty. . . . . . A H-ini in ,-,,i;ni.v . II. a lira c.iiicy . s.i: , in- cuuiiiy . . . . I.al.n i ll.- c-.-iiiitv. . . fOio.miit U'l.'.!""! . . -j.Vt.mi.1 4'.,ihi.i . . fi..'..iil l ,.tal niu'E uli-crib.-it an.l v,ili-,l SU, :., AM We expect to get the following amounts m addition to the above : !':kt- i O till V tt.l'titi-.tivl . $,i!H"..H00 I Mill l.Hl.lUK . lit..', HIM mm 1 '...-..I.'KMI i. .-,:!,.) II .want i!.i,.'.ie " .l.i. l.-.n " li.-livi-Uiiil s,H-t in se'on i utii-s . Siock Hln-a.ly- subscribe.! anil vute'l. T..at sa.ck .',,V-.',lilil Our company does not ask your coun ty to levy a direct tax for the amount so subscribed, but is willing to take Jackson county bonds, payable twenty years hem e, bearing eight per cent, in terest, at par, and issue to the county certificates fur the :iiiint in stock in the road, tiierel.y making your county a part of the company, ami giving you a fair representation in controlling and managing the affairs of the road. Nor do we ask you to put one dollar of your control until the court arc sat isfied that we are both able and will ing to build the road as proposed. All that we ask of you, and more will be expended within your own county. The amount saved annually to your count v alone, in tho reduction of freights and passage, in consequence of having two great competing through railroads running through the county, will pay the whole amount back toyou in less than five years, to say nothing of the many other advantages resul ting. In lS(i I, before the building of the Pacific I.aiiroad through this county, your taxable property amounted to SI,i00,M)0. In 1u less than two years after tho building of that road your taxable property amounted to 311,000,000, an increase of 27") percent in three years. Cannot every one see that this remarkable increase results from the building of that railroad through the county. I ask any and every- intelligent and reflecting citizen of this county, would not like results bo sure to follow the building of the La. & Mo. Kiver railroad through the comparatively unsettled eastern portion of Jackson county? These great results have followed, with out exception, in every county of the State through which a railroad has been built. Yours respectfully, N. Lacklanp. Centre of srravirv a iudsre in court. The Question in Missouri. The Hjijiroaching oiite-t in Missouri will not be of less interest than in the other States. Prominent among the issues it will present will be here, as it has been elsewhere, the ouostiim of negro null rage. Tho rudi' uis cannot put this question out of sight if thev woilld. Mr. Drake and men of his kind , . i . i - i i i , rets; io nave ine jsmic i,iii;;ea or n' nored. This, then, is a vital question before ine wnoie country, and deserves to oe considered and treated in its broadest Mill, It is true the r.-judiccs ami very , .,v ... ... ....... .. . . j-. ... - - - - . instincts of the ocoiilo or Missouri would lead them, as it has every other Hti'uency, where a tair.-xpre-siou could ; be had, to reject tnis odious proposi- j . 11, w isaiiili ion lew di-' : f - tintt ly before t! tnictiy before the country. io its. maintctiance a : pat nartvi.s ii :st met v i !,,,.. , Uu ugh detVatcd to-dav, ! ,vl!i'r. rnt-n to its ' sunt. ort aain and 1 ,.,7eiudice and inherited antipathies, lift th thoughtful and just he able to ,n,,ol tie .pc-ious -rv of" manhood t.,lll;k;,t v " witli fair argument, and to g.ve st reason f ,r the tail), that is in t hem. The extet.h-n of the elective frai,ohi-e to t lie great masses of men js u experiment the Cnited Suites f.,v;a,;,r i!,,. ,.!.- .,vi.,i.!,. r. tt.i. trth. lias i i h workings here, event ' with the restrictions which have been j ?,!aced uix-n if, been su.-ii as to justify I iu fxiou, i,,u iu ii i-iwit ku:i mure r er und in, ire ititi'- i rior grade oi men than ever before en- j joved it ' If the true t.;,-i-t ofgover-.i- uu:lli he the protection of life and pro perly at the least possible cost to the governed, is the spectacle which the l tote, I S-t.ites now on- cuts so attrac cxtensioii with ve as to warrant Ine out limit of the oriiieitde whic! iUS j ,r,,,,,lt Uri where we are ,i j advantages of government secured at S1 .rreat a cost ativwhere else on the The Meadville, ( Penn.,) Ilol-rew So ciety, at a regular meeting on the, 1st of March, after electing ollieers. passed the following resolution, which wits or dered published in the Ciin. innati Israelite-, in which journal we find it : 'Hi tired, That we, the members of the Meadville Hebrew Society, fully indorse and approve of the editorial in the Israelite of February 2s, 'concern ing the infamous order No. 11, of Gen. Grant while in command of the I'e parttnetit of Tennessee,' and that we pied e ourseives not to vote tor Gen. Grant as 1 r StatJs, should tion of either ent of the United .e secure the noinina r.r any party, ami we wiil use all hoiiora! iralde meatis to defeat him for that high and distinguished of tiee. Samli.l Maykii, Sec'y." Mixii'ius, Mai-en ;;. The lam-he's Little H-.'-k special this Ava-eveii- ing says tiie ra i.:cais clai'.il I lie succe- of the Constitution Lyl.opl ttiaj" .r-'y. Heavy frauds are alleged to have ! c.-n ! Iiraeticed I.y t I I.y the registrars in nearly l -'Vl'r.v locality Piel that the C 1 i is t he comm. -n 1 e titution lias I ee'i de feated by seven thou-aul majority. The returns are suppressed by the reg istrars. 1 ti some cases the result can oniv be determined bv the ot5ie:ai re- turn- for :! sen c fegis sevet greater majority is a:me1 ist it at ion in th - and Jell'." es than the e:.' tre numi-er-'t voters. I ! e ;lee' i-n la-fed eo on vs. ;it tew wi.i.es vote.: .e con I he ilemoi-rai v ot .Now York, at t hit' State '.invention, declare, wi h rc-j eet to ti e Jacobins, t hat "to insure their fn-a! dominance in the pending canvass and Io eoi.sp'.ete u full eon-piracy to overthrow the Government of our lathers, they resolved to dejn.se the President and it, stall one of the chief eonsjiirators in his place an act which the conservative freemen of New York declare to be without justification or plau-il.le ex.-uv), and denounce as an outrage without j.arallel in the historv of civilized government." A New York correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial says: "Pen dleton is clearly the choice of the mass es of the people of New Kngland and the Middle States. The policy of re pudiating all gold payments of the bonds, in like manner, and tlieir pay ment in greenbacks, and then let the greenbacks take care of themselves, is the popular 'idea everywhere, but op posed by tue bondholders. The Road to Lexington. Now that the early completion ot 'i he WcsstBranch road is a tixed fact, our neighbors across the river are awakening to a re alization of the fact that they must have a connection near the Alien Mills to connect with the road from this place. It is something that they need and they shoulJ commence operations speedily so as to have it completed hy next winter. Itiehmond Co.tnitor. The suit of Hon. James C. Moody-, against the Missouri Iemoerat, for an alleged libel, wherein 55,000 damages was claimed, was yesterday dismissed before Judge Kombauer, each party to pav- his own casts. The Ix-mocrat, a j few days since, made a full and ample apology editorially hence tho dis missal. It is ascertained that Justices Chase, Nelson, Grier, Clifford, Davis and Field hold Congressional reconstruction as uncoiitiiutional, anil sustain the ap peal of the McArdle case. Justices Swavne and Miller sustain the acts of Congress, and favor dismissing the ap peal. Ry a singular omission the platform of the Ohio IJepublican Convention does not endorse the reconstruction policy of Congress, and this policy is not directly mentioned in cither the Massachusetts or Pennsylvania plat form. Trentice says lie hoj.es that, when negro suffrage shall be the order of the day, and negro delegations shall be in Congress, that body will sit as often as possible through the hot weather. A member of the Louisiana Conven tion says that to destroy the bureau would "cause the kindling of strife." Well, let the furniture he split up if only for kindling wood. The Rev. Dr. Cummings, who had predicted the destruction of the world this year, has kindly postponed it for a milliou of years- Gov. Height, of California, declined to forward the Senate resolutions en dorsing Congress, and: was sustained iu his action. The Clinton Independent says "there is radical in that town, who keeps so lrunk t hat tho bed bugs have delirium tremens. T.ev. J. C. Smith, of New York, has followed the example of Rev. Tyng, by preaching in r Methodist church. .New Advertisements. Jll hoi li ha, ri iu,.n-, !rm Mnnnl H.l.r..n M r lli-i:iii. i. Ill cilv-I.rii:, llli lis in, , Ml li J!;ivv;, nil, iv lie tt-mirr 1 .-i-vic-a l, uUt-ua ut' Uic viciuily. MJli I'aKhrs Kicrklcs and Tau. I'JIl. ONI.V llH.i vni.t. Ill MKIlV ..r tlu! 1 l;r--A II Olsf.-,l ..mil,. mi llit- lace is '-IVi-i- ' M,ttl hiiU t'ri-i-klc i.i,Ii,ii lr..i.kiv.i ,.,ilv l.v- l(r J5.C. I't-rr.' , 4-.i IS ,na si., Ni loik. tJ" i- ei v. 1,1-i-t-. ut.-li-Js ;m NOTICE. 1 iV ctiasiiiit r iraiiiujr t'.ir a imie or Iih- bill, iliun ..'"" "V!) 'YT -"" l ;iit, tlu- :i;ji( lirtvni Uvvu -roitcn iu a lYaiitltik-nt Z n i -1 1 r. Mii,,-r:lM-- ii as, :t am mi, ic ill V ' "v. TiiMiii st., hauix yako , win. uiijj.u- wal-r, Ac, 1-ir tli- arrmuiiiiHlaliiin i iciiiii.. bI... i., a in Ujsf. III i.,V lor itirv Hi." "i -iTIVL Siu"1 lilur-. tu Uilc thrl Ihnae '"I'.-iJ.l"1 f. I. CAMPBELL. vnt.iv OTH I'.. 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Af siii.-,!iir, fr-.m Hi.- mr.l '"'"- fft linii.'-rimi't i:hm-rti..in 'I ui-.h inirtil List. tR a I.AIli.l. 11 A Y lloliSil, si!i..iu iii Imn.lii '1 liiirli. s . . in s ..1.1. 1, it hip il.itrn, small knot a ht im. k, s. .im-iii.ii k-.in si-i.- lr..ni im-lh, one white I....I, ii.l s'.i- in f..r-lit-aii. sa-Ml,- an ulil-laslii.i-1 s,.ki,i.h, ".iaii nil., l.rva.l ranli-1; l--itli-r vt eiinli-S ..i-.i, crniii. lil.-.l .in b'.lh hi.l-s ilh tMilur Itiiiiir 1 .iii- win!.- ,uinl. -ke.-ts aii'l i-at culiiiiiim and I ii-i-i-aii- ii'ii'li.- inw, bini-k sOrnii. l-atti-r, iro il n ruii . 1 ti- al.vi- r.-w ar.l will l,f .ai. l.ir hi.rwc hii'i t.iii-i. ..1 i it ....-i.il rt-w ai u l.ir in I-f aim Moulin, r itil.ii mal ion that n;r! Ii-u.l to their rsv-ry . Iy li-aviii? at my farm, sunH-s i.-a-t ..l l-xiturtiin. jh. .iiliiiiilii.-i r.ja.l, or lo . . H.iux ur O. K. l;.-li-i. in I-i-Miivf n. liii liJ-W'M. H.ll'X. Tltl'txTKK! MI.K. ""Ili.l:K As, su,;in . pml-rrT.- n-l Jamtt M . l';n lu rry, ii.-r l.u-l.aii'l, I.y Itn-ir ifts-si ,.t trust .i;tt-rl M:i -J-tii. . li Is.-.;. ai..J ,lnlr is-ord.-i in tfit- r. i-i-i-.i.-i ',. i.llii-e tor Lafayftt.- r-.luutv. State of Missouri, in il.-nl li.,k J IN,,. I) at .a.-- lii and 4 I . i-.. ii v-., . .1 t. l li- in ni, r.-iirij. -.1 irust.s-; li fallow ing .if -ri il.-.l r.-al i-.-lali-, MUi:llt-il. 1 111 an.l IreiatT in tin- l.oin ol Oi.ii-i-. e.un!y nl ijlay-tu-, and si:Cj-ul Mi-s'.uri, aiil kin, Ma ami 4l-si5iialt-4 tM ,.!iiim-. t.,-,l. l.,.i No. imir (4, Willi tli,rej ihjii ,.i s. im:, it ,,t .hi- s.,ii!,,ea-t -..m-r as tia b-u r-.-rvf,l l,i .Toliii n. Vivi-iii, l'li.iilini-O tnty-s--n ( -T l.-i-l i. ii I;un siris-i a,;, running iia-k m-ii-nlta (,'Ti l.--l; 1,-t nuuii.i-r tiit- !.-,, .,n Main slrt-l; k i.uti.f.,-1-tlurly -six M-.j. lyinir imme.tial-ly bark ot" l-.l I.mr 'I., i i.ii i..t ini!iih-r tliiny-lii-t: lymsr iu:l:i-.;iati-ly Lack 4" I..T ituinlM-r tiie (.-), whicbVai'l .-"iii .iti.-f w a-, nia-i.- i, ll.,- ui.-rsii:ii.i in trlisl t -s.-i-iiri- lii.- itayin.-nt il a --i-!ain r..Tiiiiisi,rT uole .r t-v.-u .la:.- wish sal.l i.s- i. aii'l lii. r.-in fuilv les.:ri-Ui-'i. m iia-li sai'i not.- liu- liiily maluril an.l -vmaiiia unj.ai.i. Nnw. ,ii!,Ui- n..Ii - is h-ri-t.y pneu, ttial tl;.- ini'l.-roirti.-d. t: u-:.-i-. at tli itsU--t ..I' the leiral h-.l.l.-r "i -;i;.l ii. ,t,-, ami in (.iii-a-.tuncc t'l" 111.- t.-rtna i.i' Ttti-l 'i- i-t .,t Trn-T. w ill, mi s 1 I IlIiAV , tl ;.th .Uy ,.f MAY, A . I l-l. In tv.i. u iti,- i;,.urs i,l' In -. cinik la I lie 1", -rt-n.m wnd (in- in lh.- alt.-rici.-n .!' ihut lav. at Ilie Omrthfufc 1 .-r, i:i ttii- i-ii-. ii ttMn-iii". j-nn-ts-.l to sell the alx.ii- ,l-.-s,-ra.,si -r.i,. riy. or m-h j.art as may be n.-L-t- ary. at i-naiic i.-i.,itie, t Tiie liiirh-sl bui.ier. l.ir i-a-li in i.ai.ii. V Jia .ai,i n-.i- ami liiec.ts antl -X.eIi.-es vf ilia ti'Usi. " J"ilN t. UVI- A Ml, uciii.lj. Trustee. TTi:nt:T- If i" mi: fai:mi.us' am m liicii wts iv- l i: ' I. oMi' ANY, i.l O imi v. Illinois, .n tin- li ::ii ,l -linuiarv, A. 1, iss tn cuuii-'iauci: w ell l ,e l.iw? 1 11k- s.aa- ,f Mi ouri : Nunir l .iriii r- 'ani i-rcii;uls' Insurance Co. L,.i-.il,-.i a: iiaim-y. slate ol' l.illl.il. AlOii.-ll.-'lI.-ki apilai 51,IIHW,IHJU W st-ii-k I ai'llal l-al-i Hi ... I't-i.ais) OU CiClial a. v.t!tiui.lUsl tjlu,106 7i ' a -shirs. V..,'. siitc-ri tn eali f s.nui:tny an.l - ciiiV'i 1. I:- tl.- ..ii r,-;.l ,-st.tle, H.irih .. . . i. in. 'm i. n.n il.i.'i.irs 3B s.,.,,t i. .iin l.lcMll sS ..-an. -.ii I .--k, c,,l,at ii,s, aiuplT s '. -.-k iiii-l l s b.mrl.. .iu--. aai ly s. .-ureit ;;i ii.ii.k. in lian.l of 11- ct, -ra tint Cxtai-vs 7K.1JO l.M.'tSJ 36 3;.'iS IS 1.125 Wl Ll.s.i 7: -Ti:i.4--ii. 5,Ul' i'r.-ltiiilnis I t!!; i a-li ill ..lie-.-. a'r I ; i . .iij.i t" n il lUirv I 'elcU.il TV i'Visly a-.r .1 ni' i ik , .t am .nm in me i .it ..ne l-k . r e:t . le- ll iiie. . riii.'. tint K iieru- J n,-i u'.i: i !i h.i..il.i . I ili"llit .l i,--e- ,i I- au.i unc-ii-i .... nie. t A mi ..! 1 ,--e-,i.;i;i-l. .1 ami nnj-aid 4.7SC 7 I W. M Cl.l-Nt. I'r -'t . w i y v niAUK, .ts.-v. I -TATH oi' ILLINOIS I A.i-i-n-t'.,u,ty. J I,.l.-ii.i W M.,!,-li,-:ni, rlci-ii of roimty eonrt with in it-i i i..r - ii i count. -I.. hereby ci-rt.fv that W. N . tin, aii-t W. U V an r'r.ink personally a.jear fi io lol, in,-, who In lie .luiy sivolli, il.-,e-e anil s:e. OiLit tin- In is sfif. m ih,. above i-ertiliate jire ti ne io the t.. si oi tlieir kn..l,-.L. and Wliel In te-tiiiiony -.vii. i. ol, I h ive hereunto set mv lian i an,! ailieil n e al sai.i eoimrr. at me oltiee in fie .-itj oi tj cn.y. :lu- bull lav of Januaiv.lsj.s. air4 4 JN' I. W. MoKi-IIE All, Clerk C.C. . EtT M'BIG GOODS AT ARDirlGER & CO'S l tni-Le this ni,-thn.I of infomtinpoHrcitptomers w arel in.- put. in- t; irem r.tUy, tliai rr are now in receLCI ,-1 an liitin- use tlo.-k ot HEW SPRING GOODS, ia:r. li:i-f! in-iMSr bt-for the late advance, -whicb ut will -rtll iit c-'wtfDtmdiiijCiy L () AY 1 It I OK SI. Our assortment of CALICOES, DKLSS GOODS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, BkOW.V MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, IRISH LINEN,. LINEN SHEETINGS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, COTTON A DES, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, TWEEDS CASIIMERETTS, FLANNELS, CHECKS, BED TICKINGS, TABLE LINEN, TOWELING, DRILLING,. PLAID COTTON, CORSETTS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS, LINEN H'DK'FS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Cotton, Linen and Silk STAR BRAID,. TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, NOTIONS, &.C., kc, A in our DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT we 9 not intt-n. to he exrt-ilMj by any house in tb city as tw VAKlfcTY AND rKK'fcS. Alio can 1h f-mtd in our Ptxt a hundsomf m ft.rr incut f i..lIK-, MI-KS ANIM'HILDKKIV.S. I;LA K Ai rSO --1A1JKD Conrrfr." aiI liuitomtl. CARPETS, MATTING, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &C.,&C.,itCi. Wc tinvr ailricii to our crook and hfvmowotj b and a larire aL-wlLLLLiii in of the CHOICEST GROCERIES, selected express! y for family use, nch as. SUGAR, COFFEE, GOLDEN SYEUP, TEA, Acv All re respeetfWlT Invited tn rail and see as. Thankful for pant farm-, we remain, liespeetfttllv JOHN ft. ARPD.GKB Jt CO. April 4. Is?.