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Till- I.llXIIVirIV W1EKI,Y OUCJsm2N, FKBRUARY 10, 1870.
SEhf WtAlj tfaarasum- J. 51. .II'M.tX. !-''' ijiwor- K. Al.f.KS. l-Mi-trw .SlanajfPf. " TEstSES: . . . i .. J AO: t months, is C i na;am.ilrr..p.ra. Me. !iilri.Uo - sellliurtl atrfl ' . I inni - - - - - LEAK ttlK TKt Ik oWILIOR STILt AHIAD4I V ltrw ai Look sua tig 11 arodt. when Wi'aoii ! so Like warning and srrnrr supply u r gmala anile vau tutvt Ueppr Miinty ..I Iihiik i" t. hk r mmm ami darly uf IVM9W iim linn- - IS Main street. Booasrkiere aal aeitiom-ra. I; tkisn una We aill Mil si Iww -rlt'r'4i-rirl,r.ltri Raking Pottilrr .t B.an.ry at i per '. Ptirtt.t '- NoIU Tt. Si UII.KK Vvaismrl valuta "I Mis... m i reive united, ami a,rr av ready !'" lia- l il.ntioii by Fi.var F.ir. IH. J fiavr a lrv tra l",lie. 1 ,.r liiosr v.hoilt.l not sit!aerlr. Prlca ., aaviug p-t.ur or r a prr-a charges. I ih i I'tiy L itl Arcana Man. Tuesday !-. rrbruarv tl, . for tar brarnl f th '..II:.. I., cniirrn ticket for lly " gsnllemaB at .al: t-hiUlrm. each. Jim. uiiT tree. Tickets ait he had Pinlt'a nad "rua frUlS 'I hk Kiii pnri;njrii All tbm tagu, Bi.xto only at auntlem liallrr. ifpwlta nr. aoue. Also Ihe very latest style Vitfavs Paolo .inlii rolgiol.ir nlain. larue small. ti lu s(ner' for the very latest and best Pho.trli. II, ws Miva Mw -mac "Eliaa lluwr. cw 1 all thi Brain-" asked Mrs Mow. "I'll -rni a luachiaa''' said llowr. Madid il. Call a.l see h a all it doea it work. '. K. Ki-..tgt, .'iiialun. M. wwrih .r ami Rrowit inmt tMcrroab, !., Ki.rlh . I inr Rlark iMiiiMiiinm9nU, r :. arth ."". an. I all jowh la prurtMii. I nail vtart '-t in It w wrclobu ytig anil pnutnu-r HaNt, aiil am noa; itrrmiaJ to aril ty wn.t. r Kml rrganllrMttf mat, nut wiaaia to ho Ikrm tip fr m'Xt winlrr. Coiim and ra lor Jmr rH B liS tl LK, ror Main aal Laorl atrrcta. . r r.m ihk t im swlnii Machtara wet ii.vruf.i a VrraeBmaa aautt Bartharaj Taa- '.niiirr Ht- m riir.l IrttrMpafi-at In thr rar Kt. In ilia I.-.. Ihe ilalr r "til ll, Jr. aal nil. Ilw I rni. ti ni3 lnn i alra.l makinK'M) tiirlH-a pr nuniit'-. iroti .tawriraa. AprU IT. I. V. L. la. Wri llw r"wat Mrr f all la mm hiio, an. 1 1 w hiI-I ! lik t. ha th atMrrsa ol ri-iiiU b la.k a hrl mlrjnl la their wtlfara alulr fhrra. Wht will arnil bit aark I lata nl aamra tiial. I may furaanl rtrfitlara whick tna; ro tall of mtrrrn t tkvm air? A l.ln M laj't. W. A . W h-n. :l Wabniiiloa Aunut, Si. Luaia, Ma. a a i aiwa KrMr. from thai aaavrtirul M tul l.n In-armrr mau. kjr H. fama. iMM-al ARi-at. thrrr tkllanl ami d.rlj-twa Oollars ami la lull aam at anl satwIarlwB il awi- My . U,KI!. n trva lilr of Jbm M. Itvanaa, ami nil ililil. ll l IB llir him. Bail hrrrbj llllt rlaini aiiJ iirrfi4r nail pulii-y lu aai-l (attipaajr Awmnt of I'ulicv, !.'.in.IHBlni.l.tU tt-lin), iuliU. i.ti Zl-hm. latr'l Frbruarj llh li'.. A. M iTranut), A.liiiiiu-tratur. ikaa L. Kwing. ttnariltaa. . It.tao.bin 'raiTKRB Having ti'to Id alian.4.n b.u k. iiirf. l'l -irr In aril rinatl; Our aiiur (.art uf my fauioa, Haaaaa, lniab-aoi ai l Kiiihii ImirrKi, t xarara. TaLwa. Tl; hivr tirrn uaul Lut littlr, antl aa I aai r(mtanl f rrnvin vtMl. ta aiay ar ao l lrr l a (irrat Huraina. alt at nty rrat'lrBrr. rrar I'mlirlrrian 3ir. itirla') tknrck. H..', tf l-n.t-lt Bai. k iL ri i h Amonrf Umt afciaarf inatlla tl.ih ( thr roiintr t thr 'IkH' l..unitr. at t.rxniKton. Mir4urt, t. tt. i knowa in llw tirlait; a llorrioB'o ..ini.rT. It i of tin- in.it einrlt ntabllvhinrnto of tan k'H'l ia thv WV-t t.trry ill t'ri.u.n f bra ar Iran wrk i tn' tlirrtf. tHirav arfrirnltoral anil Jl aIi-r ktn.N of mat-hlnpry are maiir at thea aitinive ajiirk. Mr. t karlt-9 A. M..miaa th nu f Ihf Mtalili r of the f.MiwIrr. i- aw Inr Kir .r .jrn t..r Within rhe year rreal a-l'li- Iiii4 havr lrrn niil t km- !" with tiw ami Hi inrrrai'! tr:nlc tit llw foiuuiry. Ibos wh avirr iltir wurk ill it.ma ahuittfl acti! il to fla Krrl r i.nn lr at m'r. tka Im-s ia Hi rararat. tWairra'hurK .Iurnal. j I .-( r. m n lr II hmaii. Prar ir I fl It ! he aiy -liity tw riin-" to y.w. a mnt lut Ike "..ntiuriit Mntiitl l.ifi- lnnruitca Inuipany, my Inrrrr lliauki for ha manr In wkH-k thr romjia nv htvi 'I'alt wiib iw, lth im to it arumptnvna in Uir a mcnt f my rlaim. ami it llafiallty la l IvwnikS air iliilrml a hu h la amant Hi" rih (ai.l liy Mr. lrrBnaa t-r hi polii y; winch :n nn-ii:t-i liy mr, aa ac hail ti!jr aaaa ni9iiiil wliiiit finr month?, an-l I now rraiuc tb? aarfl'riMi uf tl- strm of Lifct livuraarr ami f t)i- aiitiAdl irol rrtiltin from laa Million) at aV4' lr alrmvlj pal'l ami yrt to hr aW hy font jrrrat eonipany ami romnirnit it a tlt fultval roalalrar. nail lilwrnl atruiiur of onr ritUra. I ant kri-tl'ully jixira. liarlra T. f.wmf, 4narltaa r a-iaor hatraaf t X. Iirrnaan. Ktm- M.inry naa-tr ami laaac anil by far arm, y rallin, at II J. .rawtroaj',aa. kayinf an.l!riiln lio-kcM torn Itaulrr.whirk ia iironona'al ky trartical farmrra k IW tka Beat taittrr kaown in the worl.l II Kane third llifhlrt Irait, aiw-r rontn.llr.l. ami anote all the only Um.T nt ail a with the a taaaaBi Haur. wkh h natnumrr thing of mra aumlier I'sraiaa -ia the hill, ami srattrr the Cora a writ a caa ae el.iae hy har.. thla Planter ia aa latprueeaaral arrr all other bl.tntm, ami awanlel aalrer anlly the rirl freaMauawBereaereBhiblled ia Ima. Al-o a fiwl anpoly or lhe o-lebraletl Mwlekakrr Wutfun. whKh have a re,atatinw olhvr WBHuna kaae. Mannlia tiirrra warrant Umiu three liatra as an other hoa v tkvira, a. it mm tire karlnaf aei a rrael, beraane of gtrttinif looae. ia aver kuwlrrtl of thre wagon we kaie aoM ia tka yaal kveyeara. Call ami raanuae foe ywuraelra. Law Bo. llynt Bn farniak all kiml af Law Rook an. I I'.lanka, at puMfoker'a arlrea Jtrrollrrl the ".it Sl.l llulrhina A Taylor hke ftr .kf iie iuireirrknMilr.WBgoniiirfiarite l. I lh l'riiklut atrcei. a k-w rtenings kitwf. a iiair of curb, fur laalf . Ptr re- tttrn l till oflh-r. Varrr. If yow are gobi; to vote for '.he t.oiii-inua roal. vote early, ami work for It! lam be deceived. Mims t bri-tlan mite at residetace of JJ ' II. l,owry. Thur-tlar evening. I"resb) terian ami Methodist mites;, not known. laiftr i-M Kaw.trti Mr. T. A da ass h-t an envelope. In tire f treels of our city, yes ler.lay, eontaininjr SU.IWO in 1'J rrren- fiucks, for which he offer a reward of f-JO, Ieave it with Kayliss A Johnson, city hotel Iliwovrn lir. U. t. Alexander has re- ' moved to the store revenlly oeciipirvl by Mr Kennedy, opposite the eonrthonse, where lie would he plea veil to see hi friends. Mrs. .Kennedy's fashionable millinary estabtisli nent will lie found up stairs, over Mr. Alex . ander'. Fain iiIsiitjl Oar I'atholle IVIlow- citizens firopose to celebrate the birth day of the old Virginia rebel," C. Wasblnrton, I f.. Pater I'atrke, ete., ete.. by a frmnd Fair and Festival, at Arcana Hall. The ta . We will he presided over by Mrs. Wltberp, - Mrs. MaranalLMr.;reen.Mra.OCeonnan, ' Mrs. Vejjbey.Mrs.O Mealry.Jlrs.Lomax, " Miss Meyer and nenw-roH nthr. The Apollonian Club will furnlah the mrnie. . teen. Ja. SbtetiH ami many distlnxuished ' visitors Iroas abrwaal. are cxpaUrd -1 be present. Several xiite pielures and other articles of verm, are to be nuTk-d for. Aa elegant supper will be furarsbevj; and every . arranfre merit maila for the enjoy ftsent of tbose who attend. . RKLmtor Elder J. A. Mnrphy was In our rlty during the week, on bis way to Ms station in Nevada City. ' He told us they had '' a revival in bis clmreh there, at whieb there ' wcrr lorty additions lo the ehnreh. Sleeting at Wellington still proseaaiiia;. statement. Kev.T. I.. Smith preaclied in the court- Mm- at Cohimbia. last Sabbath. Services l-morrow as follows: At rmnberUnil. hv Kev. Mr. Sorln. ' At I1irisii;in, by Kliler ;randlUkl. . A I Met horns, by Rev. I. Cams). Al Prrabyterian. hy Kev. Mr. gturie. At llaeatist. br kev. Mr. Ilwrrows. At l athoHe. by 'Mawrs tlooff aa4 Braaly Al Lpiscopal, by Kev. Mr. Dunn. THE LOtTISIAXA BOAS. mr VOTE TO-laT. weL. e puMMMKlati arlu-lc in rel ffintf to ihi road. In which wc Mait-U some Iwrlalbsil have twwtt wnlraxlkletl, in rr-lrr eiue to the reattklions thrown arotiml the morwr iitneribl, by r ruantr totirt Tlic folliiijtrxlnrU frwut tlir ret . ml of (lie conrt. with the atltlrefct of Mraars. I.ai klaml anil Wituor. will chow that we tatnl llw fact iorr.rtlT. a. IIm-jt aeur of rwonl: 1 iho I ittirn of liinrr. l.m1on. ami lar rnwnakiua. la Mfayrltnroanty: An allrmiit lia heea auHte to put owl the lilir"nion that the rnnntr rwrt f l.afavetleronaly. ha iniNaei no rtr i." tim rr" the jiiilana ami Mto.nirt liiur Kailrnad tomjiaay. ia eeilinie theouiity -nip. eriptiow. la orifc-r h away ith nrb faNe no preaaHMa, ami let tkeieoole nnilerlanil loiw Hie Hiatter atamN, Bi'tow we ropy llir len of lln-suli-eirttitii of stork lir the rounly to thf Lottitrina Kltrr Kailroailt oBipany. YowwiloWrvr that not a 'toliar. by the terms of nakocripnon. i t lie ianril ta the c..lliin, tiultl. In Ihi ill": nefit ol the onrt. rnoliirh atork lia keen snli-i ril edioicrmle liriityranillir theroml Irani I...iim;lii:i to the wrtrra oorilerol ltlayene rouni, nor limn arontrart ahall bare krxn rntrml into uithuooil ami re!piBrtile partira, ! hailil antl eoHiplrle the mat. remly for the inm. to llir wn-trtn limit- ol threountr. Ike annr ariainn frin llir -uls ri(i II. in akall all be esfaimfeil ia roualrurtinir Itir ro.nl la Ilie eoaat. Yoa aiual are thru liow f.ilsr arr llir aaaertiona llial yoar momy may lr takrn lo liuil.l the mal la otm-r eonnllr- If we hail thr power lo ao. we arrtaiBly waalil not ilrairr lo H) r. r . t -the Inml tt l.aiayelt eoonty rUrwto ir, l..r li.r reaaoa that we have a aaOirient anvmnt to l.url.l our road raal at yoa. and are ilr i. nl in ihia roiin ty and Jaekaoa. Vvu are by Irrmaol the -unity aubaeriptHai taal weranavt nae this mi1i ri tion natit we hare eaoaicb lo rotaplrle nnr ma. I to the weatera border at Ihi roaaly, ahwwlni; the abso lute aeceaaitr uf rarh township, naw callnt upon to voce aa the amoaat aaked, ia onler that we niny be in a eoudiMoa lu ate the ronnly uln'riilioii. Aa the luwaabip aabreriplione we -lnt:r oiir arlvra oa kekalf vf lar company, that thr anl,rrli II. .a of rara Uiwnakip ahall be spent wholly in the towaakip anberlbing It. X. Lacai.il, Vice I'rraiilent, Kawaau wiaa. Hirer tor. Thr aaid enanly of Lafayette hrrrby atipnlatra ami agrera In isaae Ike bomla for aaid .,ln.io. Ji rrrttu said lonnian and Miaaurt Kivrr K ul roml onipanv ; aaid bond to lie iaiH-d !v thr rounty of Lafayrttr ami drllvrrrd lo a rrn.nil.l eomariaanmer, aal to lie drlivrrrd to aail l.i.nia iana ami Miwouri Kivrr Kailnwul lumpany, or the lvinton ami int I-oiim Kail rval Company, oaly on the rondiliona ami term Bml ia the manner etipulaied and .vnrea-i.il thr nedaraof taet'MBBly ourl of said county of l.a lavrltr, aahaaitlinjt the nrofioallionar lukinr a to the capital stork of the lmiaiana and Mla aouri Hirer Itailroaii Company lo a voir ol the a--plr of aaid resale, esrepl the nomiilioa in rrttard lo liability la the frHBprton ami t. l.onis Kaiiroml lumpany Ihr shoaid Ike Louisiana and li--.nri Rirrr Kailraud Unaipaay drairr it. in Ilea of the B.'ln.lMn of euaaty boatis to lie iaaurd ami drllvrrrd t a afiiresanl, tka rounty ol Lafayrttr arrn-e to laaiir anil firiiver loaain iouiaiana ami .uiaaonn nivrr Kaiiroml oaipaay Iwml to the amiMint ol 5V. ia Ihe eoadilhina aforesaid, proviiird aaid roail la located north of towaakip M. tomlilioa of :abcrtitioB firal : Maul ria.l ahall raa Ibrough Iheeoaoly oa am h prai-tH-ablr line aa willareowiBMnlatetke larvteal farniniK inlvr.vl. and thr greatest number ofcitueBS, ahall aakr thr - of l.eiiaetoa a point, sad cetahlteb wittiln hrr Hants a rrnebt ami HmarBgrr drMt. accond: N.. bomlaol the rounly shall be ia.-nrd or delivered to sack railroad company until, in the jttleinenl of the court, a aunltienl amount of stork, laclndlng that ol Ike county, has brra uhaeril.nl in grmle, bridga like MiaaonTI nvrr errilrd) ami tie the rowl from Louisiana to Ihe wrelrro Itimta ol Ibiaroaaty, aor aatil a contract shall havr brra catered lata, witb pood and mpoaaible partira, to hntld aad complete Ihe road rewty lor llir iron, lo thr weatera Itniile of Ihe county . third: Tke avoaev ariaia frm our snMrriptioii ahall te eBprndre in rotutrm-lmi; Ilie ml w uniu the liBtita of Ike rounty . The matter is lo the hand of voters, tmlo as liter mar derm best for the rlty, rounty. prople, aad theativelvt-a. We tru-t they will not. aecoDil time, refute a work of thi hanarfar, and leave IhU city, rounty, and people out in the cold. We have nnllormly ami iwrafotenily said that IhU road t the most important one nn- itrr roBsideration to n. We still believe it. Il will open up ami divide trade in all ilirt-r- tlon. andffive u ill rent coniiuiinH-uUoii with ailtbexreAt eitle of the I'nion. both mat ami wra brmr IU DoDUiaiion ami uruiiti. axl aid uinterially In mNltinjr Irsliitoii a tnantiliu.-liirliisrly. Irutrad ol a low-jrolnj; town. Thi road will run vrr. in our count v. a line tweiitr miles lonjrof Ilie beatena .which will pay for the whole work, and miii h more, once a mean of transportation is epeweil for it. I be aililitionai lax impoaei ny inn fiin ftrriptlon will amount to a trirlle'only. tlivi ileai I let wren the tax payer ol the srver.il tvwnshlps, say $-".M per year. It buiidliijr will a-lil t h-al ten dollar- per acre to the landa adjtternt to it, wliii-h will largely more than pay for the road. It win najr for itaeii in ineaiivaiM-ein town lota alone. And in short, the road will sri-atlr Ix-nclit Nth elty and rounty, aa well a the people. Itkaaulcldal tn vote tne tax down, unii-na viewed mrrely in the narrow .sale of tantni bad enwOrh, we admit, but tiir addition is notiimz compared witlt lite auvauiiiKej ! tie lerrveil. TBS VOTE TO-OAT. Mirny persons a.ume to think that the votir to-day on the Louisiana road, will be adverae to laaino; J.'iO.WXJ more stock in ca:li of the townshipa of Iexln;lou. In.vrr and Ulay. IH this, we cannot ,M'aV. We can only venture to hone that sin h a disa-trr is not in reservation for our city and county, ami to ailviae a different eonr-e. Thr ro.nl harks only (be t-oni4etion of .aubiTiiU"in in thi anal Jackson county lo insure it build imr on the ronte ptottosetl. Jackson has subscribed $-O0,UK. and if we judge by the ruUuwiag will eumpirte Ils subscription nlien railed oti so t do. Tlsti Times rays: It la useless to speculate and to ask what Jackson county will do. For railroads Jack- arm county and Kansas City will do anything. All that we are. we are by the "race of i,oil and the railroad. We have eixht now. counting the Otiowa roatl; and we waut tlire asore on Ibis aim of the river. The .ouialana, the Menipbis. and the one which ia to run through Gardener, katisas, and on towards Junctiou City. Meanwhile, we can go to work resolutely upon the Memphis. Springfield and h.tn-as l ily railroatl. satisliru of one fact, that La fayette comity will do Iter duty and Jackson III i hi nen lit evrrvininsr ctmcerninir the Ixmlsiana and Missouri Kiver railroad. and Kagliah MiM.rllann.ai Books al rtyat Bros. fiiir KoD The townships of Mt. Pleas ant and Mingo, In Bates co. , voted against tlte proposed stock to the I'hillieothe, Lex ington and Oulf road. The vote stood, in Ml. 1 .Waaont 178 for and 11)4 against the measure. Ia Mingo, for ', against 'M. This oaly uasporarily scotcbe the vote, but does not kill It we are told, as the matter will Boon be resubmitted to the people, all alonz the line. (Juration of new eonnttes. Ae.. ha had sotorUiinr to do with it, but tlii will soon be remedied. A mend, and a good railroad man, on the north aide of the river thus write in regard lo this road: 1 will say that 1 think well of the tvrojeet: and will further nnheaitatingly sav that whenever your road beyond Islington is secured, anil Its conntrtMStion for tlie iron beyond doubt, we will build the eon neetion from Leximtton to tlie Hannibal A St. Joseph railroad, and Join you in bridging the river. In the meantime. I won Id atlvisw that yon keep the question hot in the cour.a ties oath of the river, liood county or tiwrwhip subscriptions satTiciently laree to grade and tie will Insure the completion of toe roao ax an eany uay . To os. It to a nutter of reifret that the local issues bronght to bear on thi work south of us has Impeded the work, but we are triad to believe. K m oniy temporary. ISrf H Ambxdmkkt A tesirro. named Frank MclJrmald. oa Monday last, entered the store ol Mr. Kalbscbmidt, In east 1-ex ingtoa, aad stole a pair of fine booU. but W i defected before be got far off, the pro tertv taken from him. and dealt by a blow by Ihe owner over hi snoot for his impudence and raaaiity. Soor. after. Mr. KalbechmWl ami others went in pursuit ot ine neirro with a view of arresting htm. ami placing bin in prison. The culprit and another trrtrro were overtaken near the resideim-e of Mr. Small wood, when the negro was ordered to halt, which be did; but having a revolver the liartles commem-eu nnns on eaen oilier. ewhaaainr srveral harmlrss shots, when Mr. K. cluaed witb Ihe nesro. and received sovne triflina wound over the brad with revolver, the negro running for the woods Into which be nmde rood bis rette it. not laawever. beforo Mr. Charlie Smith bad irrven Mm the tveneat of a load of small shot Iron a double bane! gwn and a revolver The negro la attMiosed to be hurt pretty bad y ov w sun at large. llswr A ttvalcr tells na that the crop of hemp now coawag in pretty liberally, is of good ousJUy better than that of last year. The aemp fram new land i heavier than lhat raised on okl, but the old crop U some what of finer teslnre. Tlie price of the ar tlele raBjres from $100 to $1,, mostly tllvi diagon iia per ton. 1 JtKM- 11 Mesri BTta JifJicnoM Horse Mr. Hy Bledsoe bw Ukrn that boose, and awaiu custom. LC. kk i iir: vniMi nni'i c. St. Lori IVIi. N. i -7U. Mca.-rs. Liuioi;: Not li'iio aoo. 1 inlc to v on Irt'iuSt. JofCpti ct'iict i iiin milroail interests lu tlmt iitiarti-r. I ant now ju-l l):it i lo tlin :IV Iri'in :i jaunt lo ilie Ik.ii liii;liiin country iu Southwest Missouri. I head iln coiimiitnieatiiiii r'or tlic "t iimiii I'etiple. iH-eaii-e I helicv" tliut aoiin- of l!;- i'l ins ii: it will lr full of einii.ii-; iii:u -t ! tlii in. and that nt IcnM some ol llicm will never forget the facts wni. li have proliabiy tu-vcr lieliire been lnotilil to notice. I.a-t t'riilay inoii.in,'. I look iron Mountain railroad I'orPil-'t Ktmb. t-iSity ix mile -ottlh, wlii' li v:i- fornn-i iy ll.c termi-iiu-of the load, imt now il ruii- n lo I'.el inont. on tlie M rivrr. I '." inile Iroin M. l.oui-i. r.t!.iii iitr" :iiiil i'iln! K ik.il. mi.t all ll:e eniiniiy i- ioiiIi. ai.il 1 1, ,.: j. tin-only town ol uiiy i : i . i i -lance I :urivi-d at I'ilol "ltn li nt noon: iimI. tdiet taking a vet v cuiiiiiioii iliiiin-r a: lln ir hei hot. 1, irocei ill ! lo ilie ;..l':.u ol tin iniiiiin, .itu r wliii h tlie plaiv i- named. I Went ! tin! Ii.if.aee.wtii'ii-tl.ev were niakiii iron from the ore. Lvcrv thiii-; :ibi M the place looked old and iliiiov. fur the iiiinaei lias l in hi i.ii'iu!'n m -: t i v tweulv yi:n: and I learned ilia! i: !.;id I -i : i cetilit. -! al work, niirht aniltlav. I. r tin- ni-t eii;i llloulhs.Keeiili two -et-- ol Iannis mj-lnv cii the one by day and the o lief al niiil. I have not lime nor rof.in to ti it here otitic metlioil ol makii! ilie iron troiii Ihe ore. but ii.iiii-ilivc boy." and rirl, anvi nis for know leiioi. ian manage to lind lliat int. I'roin the Inriiaee al the too; ..I tin mountain. I climbed up l its summit, which is ;tn feet above the aiirrounditi level, ai d llieie a rand. In-antilnl. oictiiie'iiue and 'lilerest iuo acetic was bet. ire inc. The tow ns of Pilot K tob. irontoii and Arcadia were in view. the two latter Inin re-J'fetively one and two miles due soillh'of the fir-t. Several -mallet moiititaius, and many mi andci -i tir .-tri ain and prettv while eoU:ioc. were vi-iblc i:i the ili.-tatice." Hut the v'iea'ert ein io-i!y ol a): was the n tain it-eii. Il i- liu rally fl moimtiaii of iron: and. th. iih i: h i- been workcdloi twenty ears. bin a small Ir.ielion al part M it has Im cii taken away . .Mo Ml I.Mi men are woikinir at it now. and the process id retliiio- the me i- lin-ci-i iv .similar to lh.il ol iiiarryinir reek. I'hey drill holes into Ilie massive blocks ol ore. tr.t tnai tneni iv pieces. Iheti tluieare hall a lioeti lillie railroads rimiiin down the inonniain -ide. by which the lump of ore are conveyed to the furnace, ami im -chaos tvveni V ear loads are sent oil' evi-ry lay to lr made ij.io iron at Pittsburo. St. I.cuii-. and other ioii:ls. Just iiuaoinc i tonical mass ol iron two miles in ciieiiinteretiee. at tlie !.a-e. and T.'rf lect hiKh. How many pounds will il ui iirh; llovv many mile, of railroad Hack v,..ui i i: lay? llovv ntanv plows anil how liianv horse hoes would il make? Ami is then- a l.ov or jrirl in Missimri that can tell liow niativ leu .iiny nails it will tiiaUe. allow in-: lifecn i, ail to the pound." Alter clo-ely inspn-iino- and admii ii Lr thr moiinlain and its sin roaiiiin:-. ali i askino the workmen a hundred iiin-stions. 1 il; -eeu- ded into the Vallev, and w.indctcd down till olloll the neat and thriving town of Iron till into Arcadia, and. as the Mill v.a- shed- dinj; hi last "olden rays upon tin- -innniit ol SlieplH-nl's tnoiititain. hard hy. 1 found my self landed ill the home of "my oa! ti i -in i and prison mate. lien. L. M. Lewi-, who i now president of the Arcadia llish Si hool. and who I had not seen since we parted upon little i-ic awav tip in Lake Krie.iu the i.i'lci part of lst"-!. I vvili not fell how joyous it was to talk over olden limes', ami i'ciies:iml incidents. On the Sabbath. I went to tle ir neat l'Ulc church, bniif upon a battle ground, of which tlie formicate. i;s are vet plainly vi!Me. At Sabbath school. I was apioiii1cil l.i teach an intcrcsliti"; cia-s of little ;ii ls; tle-y were so sweet in maniiers and looks that I could noi help loviuthem; aiid.aeeordino to promise, have sent each one ol theni a nice paper to read. 1 started home Monday morning, helun day, but the hack up-et, and so delayed us that 1 missed Ihe train at Pilot knob, and walked up lo Iron Mountain, six miles tlii slde. where I found the rich ore uven more profuse than at the point is fore mentioned, and there were nearly a f lion-ami hands em ployed there. Two trains loaded with coal now leave there every day. and, l.ov propose to ship seve My-live car loads daily iluiinj; the spring ami summer, to various iron manufactories in tlie Last. I believe lhat most ali tlie vo.io people, and i.o doii'i many of the older ones, will be ui-er hiivirijr real this; il o, (llv object in wri ting it has liccu aecotiipii-licd. W. A. W. VVb it is ii hk I s r UVme.in with n slicet to the freipi.-nt roh:i-rie of the peoph of the town iiii.l suburbs. iVicu can t c ilone t put a -top to the depredations o tliii ves aad inarandctSjto lazy to work .who Steal alt the i hi. kcns, p!;i-, r-le'ep. A.C.. thai ire toiptafii r el i-e into lown'r t'.in the tvil be rcmriiied? If so. how'V We see no ay to do it except by the oratiijiiini o! a orkin and wah !iin"; viyiiaiice eoi.iiiiitrcc. Hot one to .-hoot cr hai rc. or kill, but one to watch, delect, apprehend and brim' to pun ishment, by due cour-e ol law. these thi'Me- find marauders. It miht Im ilone in :l 1- av; anil if it cannot be -o (lotie. our peot-le me in the hands ot these thieves anil tohiict -, impotent to belli or protect tln-iii-iHi-. Suburban farmers can save but. little lion, the thieving hand of thoje robh.-rs. II,.,, roost? are roble-tl. pios are killed and ean ii off. utid the sheep fold is invaded, ad to give sustenance to a lazy rt o seoimdrel- alaiiit town, w ho spend their time and sitb. 'tenei in grog shops and houses o rcvclri or lieentioil-liess. We Indieve we are safe iu saying tlmt al most every house, on ll, cold liult penilence road, as far out as the resilience of M r. I'oi.l anil t'ol. Kwing have been robbed din ing the winter, and the woik goes on as bravely as the most vicious coiild ili'-irc. We inll-t do something In put a stop to this species robbery, llovv can we do it? Will a vigi l.niec eommitti e accompli-h the work? Let try it. The other night, the scoundrels hot one of Mrs. Potnerccy's dogs, broke iown her fence, and no doubt atfempii d to rob that latlv of some of her property, and were only deterred by her dogs. I ho-e w ho ial routul, atleinl tlie grog shops, and re fuse to work, w lio have no viille minus ol import, must live, and if thcv starve, the people are blamed; while, in real truth, many of them bad better starve than live, tor nil the use they are to the cominttnity or themselves. it is time such depredations were stunned. If the law is imjiotetit lor help, the people will have to help themselves. And w hether the depredators lie white or a more lash- ionablc color, thcv must lie Ixilh restrained and punished, for if we go on as at present. with these rohticrie.-, had boys breaking and destroying, and. iu the season, robbing orcnariis. misocimving at ciiurcii, anil in many ways disgracing to themselves and parents, quiet and industrious people had well seek Homes elsewhere. Kk-iimonp Our secretary, Mr. Uvland Fiiidlay, had n little run over into ':! State of Kay," on Tuesday, taking In. in his visit, our nourishing neighbor of Licit tnond, and, without glasses, making notes of nil that he met with, and beside, sit-ing photographs ol those whom he fancied, but as they are not yet engraved, we shall mere ly remark on what he noticed. lie i ol opinion that Kichiiionil is improving, anil that Mr. Chiles is ditto, and that Sutton is mnch cheered up since the ratification of tin; fifueiith amendment. Of the improvements, 5Ir. V. says lie noticed that the new Metho dist church building, injured by the great storm of last summer, is being completed, as is also Ihe Christian church, damage,! in the same way. at the nme time. The bank and store buildings of Mr. Was-on arc also approaching completion, and generally. Ktcnmotui sceiucJ to be lookinir tin ami growing, with a project on foot, to build a new. large, line ami mouerii Hotel. I he Shaw house, it was reported, w as to change hand in a I'kvv days. In the railroad, work was going on. The woo.! wot k for the last bridge between Kiehiiiond and Latlirop went mrwarii on vvetuicsnav. anil tne roail will be spcedilv oM-ned to that point. The turn table, at -ortn Lexington, 4S ,ct in ihame ler. will be completetl this week, in lull lime for tlie night trains through to the Last on the opening to Latlirop. Mr. K. tells ns he dineil with our valued friend Mr. Chiles, ot the t.ton.-ervat'r, vho. we fear, feasted him so highly lhat he will lxj calling again." Jl.vNl'F.viTi nni! ani Bi u.nEii Wc have received a valuable work of the above title, printed in New Yoric, a lit companion to the Scientific American. Triee, !?l .li), or 15c a copy. A'hlress, Weston & Co., 1:17 Park liow. New Vork. lit'ii.lMSti Mr. A. V. Mi-lirew is buiiil ing a residence on South street, opposite: tlie Buansion of Ir. Temple, of brink . THE IKOK MOUNTAIN-ITS i ilXD. THE COLLEGE AGAIN. We hein t weary, a little, with this sub ject, but an important oini-sion, induces us once more to recur to the subji ot, liiat tlie l eol.luuiay understand the whole, question. In the publt-lied table of receipts and expen ditures of Ihe military institute, no reterence was made to receipts from the school itselt, nor was the matter referred toby the com mittee of investigation, c.- by ottrselve?, and our attention has been called to the subject, with a reipiest to iurther ventilate this insli tntinii, which we will do, as well us we can, with little or no data, as to scholars in at tendance, the aclu.'.l cost of liiiliuti, Ac. me oontlcman tell.-- us that at one time he had a 1 hlld in attendance on the .school, for whose tuition he paid about $.i iht month, wiiii :-l per moiiili as a fee for janitor, lb" says thai at the lime, there were -10 of ."0 pu pils in atii-nilaiua a much larger number I hau we snppu-cd had evi r been in attendance on ihe .school. I n show this point we will put the schjol at loiiy scholars, at a cost of -si M to each pupil, luakilijr i?!"0 lH'r moiiili, and the janitor's tees ol 1 each, or s-iu. or a total ol $1 ill per mouth. 'Ihe ta ble o! receipts and expenditures show that Mr. ti. K. Smidi and Mr. ( otiini'toii drew their pay ironi the State, anil the question is what became ol tlie profits ot Ihe school? Thcv ale l ot eeeou-ded for. and we. should tike'to knnv. w hat di-iiiisition was malic of the uionev ': Who joit t Was it divideil alliono; those inlere.-led? V ill solllo one an swer? il i-due tin- people. Il is claimed we believe, that school was kept in liieenlleee lor three years. We do noi state ir as a fact; but suppose it to be true. Il this be true, the receipts, levied u, ion tony s.-hi 1. r-, al Ihe c.-st above sta el. Ihe leeeipls would amoUlii to the .slim of $1 li ill per ear. or.si.(Hi tor !l. entire term ol ihe school. 1 hisdid not "o to the teachers, as the table ot expenditures will show-. The lioard say they never ;ot a dollar; and the 'pic-tion recurs, who t!t Ilie money? Of com -e our estimate of scholars is based on herc-ay. and aKo ihe amount paid. Still, it is cci lain Itial. some scho'iars were in atten (iaie e, and I hat some money w as taken in tor t ie ir tuiiion. Will some one enlighten lis? Wiil some one tell us what, went with the proceeds? Since Ihe above was inn j. e, we have re ceived the following note in further explana tion ol this iiistjiuiioti. He hope the in oiiines ol Mr. Smith will he answered' Lrxisi.niN, Feb. 13. 171'. Messrs. Kim.i;s: J. sec in the last two or three papci-. you have been ventilating the zicat swindle alias Miliiaiy institute, of the stale of Mi-snuri at l.cxiur!ou. oti ven tilated pars: why not ali? liy Mr. Tom Ad-Uii-oa - -!au-u:ei.(. the State paid your -c.-diaw.'! : lias oo!L'e K. Smith, twelve hundred dollar- pcryear. Mr. Smith charged the aiion- ;o d. liat.s ;.cr nionili lor e.ieh pupil, uliich. iiy his own sla'ttiueut, would be eighty dollars per in. mill, or .S,2bil per year. We , i-h to know, through your pa per, it it was i-iolit iu .Mr. Smith to elinrjf" that lo the patrol. s. and if il was not riuiit. can't he be made lo pay back? If you doubt this sj aloe,, out , I refer you lo Thouuts r.arker. Nalhcn Powell, Allen Campbell, or any ol the patrons that sent to the swindle. Yon: s with re.-iieet, tloitN II. I'. Smith. THE SMALLPOX. Mei-I-S. l-.oi ion-: I i your ni-t week s pa- per, i hen- is a pai as con!. uniuo two m Was -e. !i at in V ; :!-i.ph . oj-ot'S rate, :i tati:;o that a vvaou v, itit the sinallnox d that this was a ifood way tereliee 1. 1 one u-ed to -pre; 1 contagion, Ae. The in all this is, that the wajron was the by Ihe city to convey .-mallpox p:i- tient- to the pest house, ami it was there by my direction, iuiplying reckiessness on my part. Here are the facts in ihe case: a white woman hired at Mr. Lerov Hill's, was dis-iti.-eovered to have an eruption on Thursday evening, h th. and he, fearing sn.ailpox, sent her in a nnn to town. The driver, a white man, lit in a id ranker, and arriving afier nilit. concluded to camp a little way out. which he did, and came to mj gate eariy next morning. I found she had vario loid, and die was taken out immertiatuly . s';e hiid a babe with her: it was not sick however. Now. sirs, I know of no reason. wii you. or air. one connected with vour paper, should wish to do me injustice; should w ish lilt! v t 1 c.tii see no too ive im- publishing such a loi-I cprc -dilation, and :;!. Veil .is only a de-ire to injure a simple act of jii-lice to na make the cor i:.-p We have II -;in:!li i i ti.e ctt -'I in your next i.siie. tl'iilv. i'. ,S. S.'illll. ot ihe least !e-ire to injure Dr. mo-t remote manner; nor have a Mi -lie lo see thi; smallpox, spread, by ncg booms' or mismanagement . Mir :ti tiele did not state it was the regular smallpox w'agoti, and as lr. Smith admits all we say hi i.-g.jrd to the fact . ihe waymi standing in front of his oface. there is room for no ini-iir: I, r-taui!ing. In the lii sr place, Mr. d h-.il no right to send a smallpox case info Lexington, j, tie comity provides mi place for such eases; and if I'r. Smith had in.w lodge tlie evening before of the man a'upitiga iiille way nut, lie should liaveih- ted him to either remain there, or take the irt-t and most iml'reiiutnt -d road to the l li.-ine, so lhat the wagon need not stand tor a moment in the most In iiuented part ol .Main -tn et. We said simply, such course ..is well calculated to spread the disease, nd v.i- believe most people think with us; ml as lr. Smith admits the (act as stated. lhat a wagon containing smallpox did slop it hi- oilice, and tiiaf he did confer with it. which we witnessed, we lail to perceive any mi - representation . Ihi; as a mat ten if course. I'r. S. knew nothing of it till the wagon drove up to his oliiee. he is blameless. lua-uiucli as cxaggera'ed stories are afloat ill over the county as to the ravagws of m dlpox in ihiseily, we lake the occasion sav that, notwithstanding there are a few uses, they are generally well guarded, with hitle or no danger of spreading, and that no .iii!cs, except, one, lhat we know of, have lied from it. IYisi.tr Schools We are under obliga tions to Mr. Miller (we beiieve it was) for a opy of the fourth lepor! of the superinten Icnt of public schools of the State of JIls ouri, for lSntl-Jt). It h ;i book of oil", pngefs, tin I ci.htai-.js a vast amount of valuable mut ter that should be rem! by every one. The report of Mr. K. Smith, county suju-iin-tendeni of Ibis county . is as follows: No No -liil.lt i li in tie I f ,111. f y iii'.h i-ii alti-udiiiL: hool . . . .1 teai hi rs :i-r -:thil 1,1 lent her malt' s.iil.-. '.'.la'l f.s 41 :ci 117 KI.SJI Oil Ct, son ;.j l'-.7 .!.' " ' ' " telltale. . . . No. J, ill, hi- si-li.i.,1.1 No. i ll. ...I lioll-r V aille ot : i-lioot liotl.-e Aliiollllt ol CollJilV lllll I ' Ol loUlltlli! iiuttl No. d.ti - I o. Ml. 'I elilJ.j.A etl. . . No. t-i.ioi'i-.l t-lillfll-en l.'ll l.l.VI I'i to the tlate of this report there had lieen no ti aehers" institute held. The priiceediiiirs ... .i .i ,i..., .i ,- , .... . - ,.,i, i t . ii.ivu. anil Hint the teaehei s preaeut atiir-lliited to X) I or III. -Si Nl.Al seiiooi. T,-;l.-llel'-' lr,tiflltr i-oi, in , ion with ill I ss ri il"l k A sttmhiy School is to lie held in this city . in First i:.ii,ti! ctmri-li, on the till. ;.lh, tiud tltll ol' Miu-rh net. This llistltlltr is to lie held under the :neilces of the Missouri Ihip-ti-t 6. , i iiiivt-nti-ui, and li'oiti the jirogi-aiiiinr lii f'oi'e ns ii-oiiii.-es to he a frraud all'iitr. Auion tlie stienl.ers as-ii;net! to di llerent tottics we fitit! the names ol lift. S. W . Marston. L. . Elv. I. I. shnusr. Trot. A. F. Fleet. Frof. .1. R. Eaton. E r . Fleet, I'rol t . F. Lniitirau, ll. .loies, IVol J. F. Luiinrati, W. IV Cranttall, l!v. II. M. Riili.tldsoii, Rev. i. L. Rlack, Rev. E . s. Initio, and Rev. Laninu: ISm-rows. on the Sai,i,.,th, tlie sim in, ,n is In be trrachetl by Rev. .1. II. Litter, of St. Louis. The subjects nn -brace, anions others, Sunday School Relations, Evteieioii, A niil inner. Itet Methods of Teachiiic, '(inversions, Ac. Ou IVature will he a Model Sunday sehool, held on Satindav uftrrnoLn. We look lor a hnie nunilier ol'stranirrrs in oar midst. aad vtr iinderstatid that iri-liarations arr lifiiiK lnailelo lllitkr Tlleni rolnloi lahlr. Wr lloir to Jilll h.-ii thr (ir.iKruitunr iu lull next week. Kiii.f.ii A railroad contractor by the name of Keating wn Lilted near ("mieordia. in tliis county, a few days ago, and buried here on Monday. It seems a trouble had broken out between him and his cook, named Irwin, in which Mr. Keating was shot, and died unite sonii afterward. The murderer i in jail here, hut we know nothing as to the piiivoeatioii he may have received for the terrible act. Pi T.i rr S.n.r.s-, eai lireeiiton. on (Itc.'th March, Mr. W. P. Peatty will sell horse, tattle, hay, farming titcn-'ilii, household and kitchen furniture, t'liarles L. Kwing will sell, on the Sth March, at late resilience n 1'oting Ewing. 4 mules, horses, I wnjoii. cows and year lings, stock hogs, carriage, tin 1 other properly. IIazki. IIili. alias Fayk i i Kvn le We no tice that Mr. A. .1. Morgan has been re moved from the pusrofllce. at Fayelteville, .liiluison eonuty. and a Mr. Ilaiimi put ill his place. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. rmsT iijy-ijiimi;. Ilie Teachers' Institute for tliis coiiMty, Birt in this city, on Wcthiesilay last, according to callr ami heM a session of tour flnya, spending" the time rf.ii'.e rnteitainmlv in questions interesting to teachers and people . Tlie atteiulnnce on the part of teachers was very good there being from M to 10 present, all manifesting a tlerUlcd iiiHrvst in thr profcrdings. The following teachers were present, anil took part in the exrreises: A. M.tughter, ti. K. Smith, J. F. l.'orringtvn, IT. II. l iuixlall, M. Moore, W. S. Clark, li. W. Jones, W. F. Ilaliliuanu, Kate A. Martin, Augusta feck, F. F. Handle. J. F. IluUten, Wn. Couch, A. few, f.izsrie s. lulley, tehal,. Kice, itettie it. Arnold, F. c. Smith, ".I. A. liaitiner, T. -K. Newcoiuh, le'o. I at ion, Kelle I., tireen, l.ou slaughter, Mury ll,iin,lii-.s, W T. Hojlr, W. K. White, W. fc. Seaniautl.s, Frank Thornton, I.vons, t.ro. 11 Miller, .1. Ii. Farnliain .1. I. Connor. At the opening, mi u. Id reus was reail by Mr. A. siaiiahter, the frrsiitcnt ot the Institute, fn whick he not merely alluded to the present of the associa tion, but looked hevonil ami canp-ntulalrii it as a siicen s, ami the sv'nirui upon which it ia based, iiifi lliouirht thr future of common srhKls inaintv in the Lhii.1i ot the teachers llieuiselvrs, under tile liberal ntionai;e of ILie laws aa thry now exist, lie said there were 7,im teai-hrrs in tlie state, ami ail lhat is wanting to give elBeieney to thr aystriu u na well b,.s, n and well directed action ; thought w ith present nirana ami organisation, the system mind take precedence, and if it failed, the reapon- M.'.llife ,.-....1.1 i .... ft....... .I.u...ul....a II- j ,,,,. o s, oir tri i;co , ,i..t . , . . t said it was true that prejudice had to lie met ami roiuliattrd, kut it. wits not of Ions tenure. Wood men should br selected aa directors, anil an long aa they deoorted themselves well, and complied with tin- law, Uiey should be strengthened itml encour aged by all reasonatile defence, tiood modern houses, with the necessary appliances, well light ed, well ventilated, convenient ami cheerful, con tribute largely to the development of youth. He thought tha rostrum ahoubl never be occupied bv any except the moral and religious, and believed the schools should be opened nt least with thr Lord's prayer, but declared It disreputable to at tempt any proM-lytiKatiou. Laghtand knowledge, he thought, ought not lo be hetraved, but every means accepted to advune.c pupils. Mr. S alluded to and introduced rticurea to show that trachera were over Iaii4l, and that taking districts as we uiid them, onlr M f minutes were lelt to hear classes a time entirety too short to do just ice to the teacher or the taught; and to meet thr wants f the times, thought primary schools should be attrnded to aa well as Meniere advanced schools, lie. believed that ali new ideas of advam-eim-nt should lie accepted and aco-ti uMn inui are lagttnnuie to me leacning pro fession. Aa a whole, the address contained slur. gcations of value, and if" acted umiu cau scarcely fall to give impetus to the system. AHer the delivery of the address, tlie following oiiicers were cnosen lor lite curreni year: (1. K. Mnilli, President ; !. W. Jones, 1st V P , I F. Corringtou, M V. P., liev. J. W. nark. Sd V f.,,1. 11. I 'minor. Sec, .1. C Smith, As't sea., IV. F. Baiilniaiin, 'ireas., . J. tiraves. Auditor. Hecutive kni A. sjlaughU'r, li. K. sjmith, W. F. iialilmann. AFTKitNonv. ae Kssav: "Hull I'uiiil." bv Geo. K. Smith. This brought nut remarks from Messrs. slaughter, llud Min, Lyons, 4 lark and perhaps others. This dis cussion with some i-uiitiiiM business, and singinu-. onsuiiicd the ultcriioou session. NltlllT. K-sa7r The nihic, as a store house of knowledge and litrrarv instrtictioii. Ah a matter of course. liu.l indirectly, brought up the mtaited tuiestion of the llilde in tlte coBiuton schords, lnlnlllbllity, Ac. tin- debate was pretty generally participated in by hie im-tiibers, and their ideas very generally ex pressed, though with no dralre at solution, one si aker declaring there was no tribunal to which the iiticnlion could lie sulmittted for adjudication. TIICIlSliAV MOKNINU. Sboi tly aflertlie nnening. the infant class of Miss fella I,. Kirc, of the second want school was ex BiiiiM'd in tablet teaching, and gave very general s:iTi-t'non, the teacher exhibiting frrat readiness in i n.- ait ol teaching thr little ones, and thcv ac- iinitl ins themselves very crc iititbly indent . Maj. -VI. T (if Ml. bonis, who was iiresenl, expressed iuaiseh pleased w lib Ihe evercise, and; brlievrd tne labiei system the best ever introduced to ad vance young puplla. Auesnay was read by Mnj. J. V. l.'orrington, of Hi.-third ward s, Ihh, I, on the civilizing induenre of edticaiion, which, on motion, was asked lor publication, anil the. usual criticism omitted. As ivell as we could hear the reading of the essay, we judged it to be not inerelv good, but abounding In it-cliil knowledge an t valuable suggestions, ami hoa- to see it printed Tor gem-ral imormatioB. It was well written, ami well pronounced, except taat the reader -poke a little ton low. I.saay: by Miss Ut ile L. lireene, title nat rr llieinbeied. Criticisiiis passed, as an effort is to be made to procure its publication. Written in M isa Itteene's usual line alle, and well read. .lust here, there being itu interregnum, Maj Mi r-a-tn was invittsl to entertain those prest-ut with a blackboard exercise, to which he readily assented, lie wrote upon the board the following' sentence, anil asked tor its punctuation: Hang out your banners on the outward wall tlte crv is still they come Various were the suggestions advanced, and it nus curious to notice thai while many placed the fiointa at their appropriate places, how thev differ ed as to the point lobs used, while some wcreVmtire Iv at fault. Seme wanted a semi-colon (;) at wall; some a H-riod (.) ; others an exclamation (!) ; some wished a comma (, at is; others one at still. Souie wanted an exclamation (!) at banners, ac. l iny agreed on nothing except the jieriod (.) at the end. .Some iteniandrd to know the context, but as the -entenre is the openingof au address, no clue to the solution could be gaUiered, aad as there was no ed ition ot Sihakespeare in the house, all Was doubt and surmise and we blundered on. Maj. kferwin favored an exclamation alter banners, with new sentence at "on" ; but the text will not bear tins pointing, for it changes t lie sense. The text, too, was improperly written , intentionally ws suppose, which makes some ditlci'rnce. Sibakesin-are thus write the sentence Hang out our banners on the outer- walls: the ery is still, They coins. showing t'he order was from Macbeth and not bis heralds, who, probably Irom tne oiner walls, an nounced from time to time the contoured appinarli ol the enemy, while the or.ier contemplated Ihe erection of banners on the walls, and not oa flag stuffs, as some insisted. Hue other sentence ' 1 When lireeV meets lireek, ttten comes the te.g of war' ' concluded the ltvson . JtViKKNOnx. TUe rtrst hour was occupied in an nddrets by the ilrv. I,. Burrows of this city, w hicli we regret we coutu not hear, tint winch we hear well spoken ol. iter the address routine business occupied the at ternooll session, will! debate. EVKMSO. 1 he evening session was taken up in an address liy .lnj. .ait-rwin, eiiuorol me .lournai Ol raiuca ti'on" nt Jt. Louis. His address was highly prac tical as was ail we heard from him, and well cal culated to assist teachers in their duties. Mr. M in his remarks, took the occasion to say that the enlightenment of the age was ortfioseii to the idea ot the disfranchisement of the white and the enfran chisement ol the ignorant African. It was like torch in the band of ihe ignorant to destroy the temple. We thank Mr. Mrrwin for the teaching, for, coming from Ins side, it ia of value, but wheth er to lie heeded is another thing. ;n:tlAT. W e conld not be present on rr:dav , ll U mg our busv dav. Hut we hear that beach blackboard ex ercises in arithmetic, and some interesting exerci ses in grammar, tile tiuy was consumed iu essays, discussion, Ac. In the evening. Prof. K.lwartls of sit. I.ouia, ad dressed the Institute, but as our paper went to press liefore the hour, of coiirss w e cannot apeak of it. As a whole, the meeting lias been one of interest itml protlt, and could scarcely tail to edify those who alien, Ud. whick were aol lew. The Institute closes to-day. The CiicitciiKS The elders of the sev eral elm relies havo, so far, tailed to send us the unities of tlie parties who behave so rudely during worship at tliem. We are Horry for it, for really, we do not see any other way of curet ting ihe evil, of which all eompiiln. The publieatioti ol their names, once or twiee, might serve to train tliiut better, and learn them that peopla who build and main tain chiirehes are not to be disturbed in their worship by such loafers and blackguards. They pay nothing to the mnintenance of the churches, and w hile all would be gratified to see them at ehnreh, if they came for any K'Mid, tew rare to have tlteiu there as row dies Hi.d loafers, talking and whispering, ami exchanging notes with the other sex. I'hey had lielter stay at home than to visit chinch for such purposes. None mt the I . . . 1 . . . . t - .,,-,.. ........ , ,..1 nl WAJ emu vilt.'S lii.ivr;. iiuis; ,,,,. . , nv,af, be pleasetl to have their room Instead of their eouipiinv, so long as this course of conduct is to rule. Well bct.aved boys and young men, should avoid such, people as they would the 11 . . .. ,..,M L'....,, I . . ... : siiiaiiiv& v ,'fc,n w, . .a.,. I , n.n..t,,.,.l ,-ltl. tlun. brings re- , ,iie, in? ,,. . ,, ,m , iroiich iipoii them, Kiel as old dog Tray was whipped tor lieiug in bad company, so tney are eonilenined. Sai.in-k Mattkr.h Mr. Johu T. Bartlett bnmo-ht to Marshall, two fatted steers. weighing the one 2.070 pounds, ami the other 2,000 pounds. It U said they have more of the same sort, by the Progresg. Mr. Thomas of North Missouri passed through Marshall on Saturday, with a drove of mules for Arkansas and Louisiana. Judge Townsley has not decided the in junction ease In Saline, against subscribing $400,000 to the Louisiana road. It ia believed the injunction w ill be dissolved, but we know not. Person-!. Mr. David Btissel! left the other dav for the Kast, and will be absent three eeks. Mr. John T. Pigott ppent a day or two here during the week, in fair health. Mr Pigott is now of the firm of Trigg, Pigott & Johnson, hankers, real estate agent and title ahstractists, Boonville. Kttti: The stable of William Hixon, on Franklin street, was discovered to be on fire aboat 11$ o'clock Thursday night,. and was consumed before the tire company could get to it, being a light wood fabric. The stable stood on the alley in the rear of the house nnd in it, we suppose, there bad beep no tire, so th.-.t the cause of the tire is unknown, but believed to Ik.' the work of an ineendiarv. Ci rIT. nr,tiii,tA ill miotlrkn Ia I,a erection of gas works in this city haa been passed, and signed by the Mayor. It makes Sylvester Watts, Benj. Marshall, John W WaUdcll, John Peid, James Goodin and 'niton Davis, corporators. The works are to be completetl by October, 1871. and the cost of gas is not to exceed $4 GO per 10U0 cubic feet. New Advertisements). R. C. EWIKCi, CVOUNSKLOR AT LAW, AMI ItKAI, LdTATK lienler. Kansas Citv, Missouri. This is the best Hiint in Western Missouri to sell Farms and Wild Lands. A great many emigrants and land stiecuiators come to this city to make iutUiries and then go into adjoining counties to look. tebavl ISI K 4XC E A.E.Y. rrvHOMAS C. ULLIesOl., Agent of the Kxcetsior X Fire aatl Marine Insurance Company of .St. Louis, ia prepared to take risks as Agent for said Company, and solicits a share of public patronage. His lllice is up stairs, ovel Zeilrr's store. No. 121 Main street, i,e.vington. Mo. ianl.'uti4 BISSOEIITIOX OF COPAnTNF.UMHlP Notice is hereby given that the eopailnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, under the minie ami style of Macey ft Morton, W'as dissolved by mutual con sent on February 1, lsTu. The business w ill lie con tinued under the name of Morton & I , is land . IIF.NKY M At KY, icba HW JOHN S.JWllKTON AUCTIONEERS. HANING asaoc.iated ourselves together in the busintatsof Auctioneers, we would resnectlul- Iv sav to thr oroide of Lexington, as well as the county of Lalavetto, thet we will lie pleased i attend to any business in our Hue, geurral or site ial. W. S. 'Peters, senior member of the firm, being an obi and regular Auctioneer, w e feel con liilciit that we can give entire satisfaction. w. s pr-i Ki:. janl THOMAS TAI.'IIMAS. FOR REST, THF liest stand for Itoat Stores, Storage and Commission. Apiilv to HUTCIIISS ft TA YI.OR. j THOSE desiring to purchase or rent city or coun ty property, are respectfully invited "to call on us for ititormatlon, which coast nothing, and may lead to important mutual advantage, HL'ICIIINS Jt TAYLOR, janl.'.wl Land Agents, opposite City Hotel. FI BEIC SALE. IW ILL sell on the t'aiin of Thomas M ll.tckett, one mile above I,exiugton, on the Wellingtou road, on SATI KDAY, FEBRUARY 2fiTB, ls;0, thr. fullowiiijf property. to-wit: Three head of So. 1 Ml LI.S. One Four-horse Wagon, One Two-horse Wagon, A Lot of Stock Hot.S, Household and Kitchi u FURNITI'RK. Also at privateaale, IMIacresi.l ll'i'l lnM LAN 11 in Itay counly, two miles front Railroad, one-half mile from river, Hve miles I'rom Lexington, and ll.r.s tn.in lalliden. janiw4 PAI UK K KfltNS. SACHS, (.RAI AaC 3.000' COTTON S,.Hml,.as Su, kg f WaiTcn, Talbot A Co., on hand ami lor rent, to shippers. .'l.teai orn Sacks, in store and for rent. 3,0mm Cottou and I'nion A Sacks, of t, ,1k. Hon ft Sloaa, in stairs, ami to let to ahipiers. S.nOuSacks, belonging to sun, by other responsi ble St. Louia houses, on hand, lor rent, 2, Sou Bushels Choice Shelled Oats, in store li sale. r.,WKl Bushels Shelled and Ear Corn, for sale. Ann iliishela Choice (new crop) llenip Sets., on hand and for sale. Ion ISarrela of Salt, in store, for sate. Illfl Kales Superior Hay, now in store, for eale to atock shippers. Will pay Cash far Hemp, Corn, Wheal, Oals, Rye, llry lllde-i, c. Respoctliillv, janj;im A. T. WlSSOR A CO. 4.RIHEM i YEARrE. WATCHMAKERS & JEWELERS, Nt Main St. , okl stand of O. Iloiix LexiRt!. M. " THE FINEST W ATCHLS, 'IHK FINEST CI.IM KS, , IHK FINKsT.IEWM.ltY, THE HM-.ST CI TLERV, THE Hr.sT JEWELS, HIE FINEST .SILVERWARE, THE FINES.'!' PLATKli WAKE THE MOST i li Riot's TOYS. CHRISTMAS linens. TIfE ileal iu the very best, uud Mill warrant our V V goods i as reitresrntrU. tJ-l AI.E AMI EXAMINE. sfTJ an-21 ly GRIMES ft VE.NAIiI.E. ST ATIO!W A Rf E..IK, HON i: N C K , BROOM MACHINE, FOR HAVE No. 1. Stationary Kniiif, Buitalilt l'.ir nnv kiml of mill, which tin Im-ii used a -hort liin liuil has h-eu retltlett umt ii a gtMM. a-j Ut'W. Also V ft- of ftrond nan a Iron rVnve, roDiil-l with tttt Poets, Ilrac., Ac. A1m. i mjilt-tt liro-iiu Marhine an-t toktr. For U-ruiaitml par I it ill an, all on or aillrt WM. MOUKISON. orCHAS. A. MoRKhON, Kxctl stovt Uat'hin Works, jan'J9tf VatriSt., L-xmtrtou, M-i, UOUKU'i Al'LIa, I .1. POLI.AUl, V . Sllli;ials, FrrsitU'iit. Vitff-PreM't. ahier. UNION NATIONAL BANK OF SA1ST EOVIS. K0. 319 LIVE STREET, O'Fallon BuilJinej, Saint Louis, Mo. Faid-l'p Capital - $500,000 OO DIRECTORS : Rol.ert Anil, I. J. roHard, tiro. I. Wasson, Tlios. skinker, Celsus Frier. .1 .1 .1. C. O'Fullon, Edwards, A BANK of IVnosit. Piaeonnt and ExchaiiKr. iratr and Ijovrrnuirnt lloiulr Colhs-ttona inadf. anil proe-eda iironitly remittrtl or retlited on aceount as drsired. lntrrrst allowr! on lH-Misits at-t-t,rdiiig to Hirreeiiient. I'el.-ivi EOI IM rEISEJI AX, Wholesale dealer In FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES AND CIGARS, MAIN STREET, 3 tloors west ot I.liiirit-k'a Bank, LEXINGTON, MO. CASH I' AID F III Hides, ttfl, Pelts Firs, Tallow, Xr. Twill at all tims itav thr hiiflirst liriee for articles 1. ahove mrntioura, al my store. i"w W rkAA POi;,NIS of vrtl wimtt-il, for ,JV.JJr which 1 will pay the highest mar- t nricr. octttf MSTOrlitir K Tt I O T I J A. I- ai TOBACCO DEPOT. KI'M 'rLtiwluitl v nn huntt tUt kcst v iirar nnit IV loliatuo, ol an aiuaa ami dihiul-. aho tht- ST.laOHIS DAILIF.il. New Y ork Ledger, Homr Journal, Harvrr s nazal, Siorune I iiia-a, llarrr's Wrrklv, New York Mercnrv, Frank Leslie's llltisfd, Nevis from Irrlaml. .ellUBK, twxlry'a l.a.ly 'a Hoot, ' rlovs antl Frtrraon's Majrazintt, tilrsWrrklv. NwYork Wreklv. vrrv Saturtlav.. I'olier liarttr. rw York liuiH-r. IH'inorrst's Yomi Aairr- Saturtlay NiUt, lea liav's liolnua, v,riuv. himnry orw r, r,K-k Nax, jtc , c, e., jtc. Also La ltsr Paner anil EuvrlnMs. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST! Oi ve us a call. Rrmrmbrr thr I'aat OIHt-r. nntler thr Koitrnoa notri. jani A COMgli, Cold mr Sore Throat O1 Rr4tiirra iiuitieitiatr attention, a neglect often rraiilts in an inrnralil Lung Ulsraae. Brown's Bronchial Troches Will most Invariably give instant rrlirf. For TSmevciu ns, Asthma, ATAKKii, I fwsmnivr and jiihhat lisrsKs they hava a soothiiiK rBrct. SINliKllS and 1'1'IiI.IC Sl'EAKEUS use them to clear and strengthen the voice. Owing- to the good reputation ami popularity l thr Troches, many worthless and chrap imitarhins are offered, which arr sood for nothing, llesnre to obtain thr true BKOfeTW'N HKO EIAf.TKU 11 ES S(ii,i bvr.Kivviir.itr.. novaomfi VOVlfO'S HEWS DEPOT, FR'JIT At:3 cc::fectic::ery HTORK. (Heretofore in Post Office, on Laurel Street.) lias ltren removed, (same street) to our door South of rattersoii grocery store, ixiiigion, sio. VA.1I.Y PAPfcKs!: Tho Missouri Krpuhlican, - - S(. I.nnia I In Missouri leuio rai, - i i.ouu Times - -- -- -- St. lawis. WKKKI.Y r.M'KRS: New York I,edeer. Hilot. New York weeKiv, Saturday Shrht, Western World, Fireside Companion, Klnerald, Kvorv Siatnrdav. Nrvr Vork llrr'aM, JirW York Kxprexg, New York 1 llora. New York World. IHivs Hoinira, Police News, Police l.azt-ttr, Snrting Tiines, W averly Magamne, Lexington ai casias. I.rxinuton Hrgtater, Ilartier's Illustrated, Frank Issue's lliuairairti llnrier's Razar. Chimney Corner, iui t, MAC.AZIXKH. MONTHLY Harper's Magaaiae, Frank Leslie's Magazine .vnaillic, aairy-s lltlV's Itook, Evlectie. Peterson's Majrazine l.alaxy. IXmoreat's Mairazinr. Onward, W averly, monthly iarl, Old and New, Chimney Corner, At ytllSU'S. CANNKD Fni'lT-., VEGETABLE. AC. Pine Apples, (jrecn Peas, W liortrllierrirs, tireen Cora, Blackberries, Cove Oysters, straw oernra, famines, Kaaplierriea, Minee Meat, ; (berries, Lobsters, Pears, salmon, I'eacBrs, janylAy At YOUNG'S. FRESH Southern Oranges ami Sicily Lemons, at YOUNG'S. ALMONDS, Filberts, Texas Pecans, English Walnuts, 1'hratauta, Palm Kuta, Cora Sato, lirnher I "raa, at YOfSG 'S. FRKSH OYSTEItS, Maltb -a Oysters, celebrated brand, al Y OUNG'S. AMERICAN and Trench Confectiouery . Tka best aasurtuient In Lexington, at Insurance, JOHN AULL FIRE Cc f.lARINE INSUVlhNCZ AQmTS. HOME, INS. CO., OF NEW YORK, Assets, - - SlOMUMki. PHOENIX INS. CO., OF HAPaTFCRD Assets, - . SI, -., 0. "Promptness, Lilienilily Oflkc at l.imilt Vs Bank, tear V. IMTTKRSOiX, Miioi.i.sti.i'. ami I.IUH'KHIKH. WINKS. WOODKN WAIiK, tT.MKNT, iiori:i:oN whisky, ii kk.ssw PLASTERING HA Hi, NAILS, BACON, l.AI.'li, II I'NliARI AN, l JiLi; K GRASS, 11 KM i, WILL PAY HIGHEST PRICES OODi III'.I.IO'.Ri:i TII tV A. A. St J. O. LESUEUR, Wholesale and fldaii (irorciu HI AVE OX HANI) AMlKKKl' hie stock ot' GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WINKS, It.-lll.t-.i S'lij.r ar-. Molasses, Java C ,n 1.1.1 1 1 .flee. I t i-n and fllai-1. Tea .aimed l'riht, rieklr-. Ivslrrs. Sai.hnrs. lli hsl Fruit, an.lti-.. Nuts. itron, trlalinr, Sjiiees. thuelint Evtiiiit, Salt, shot, Coal Oil, Soap, stareh, We wouKl respectfully call attention the grocery business, that we pay our m-d on hand by far tlie l;uovt and best ussttne i tend to sell roods at the lowest possible we solicit tho patronage ot the ne"stie ol i.extt.inii v. confident that it will be to their adv-tiilae to i.ill 0:1 u elsevrlmrn. Wc aiwavs cxneet to be tl;e first Itun-c in 1 !;e down, when the general markets ctial.lo We wish to establish a permanent that we must work for our customers' We will deliver prerapily, free of iliaic, jreotls butienl l u iho i-ity, or on board of the ferry I mat ic persons lain.;' ittutli 15 0 O K wri. J. EEIM.TO. - -- -- PKALhK IN Heligious, Mirtcellarteous tind School Hocks, Statioiieiy , I;l.n,K t'e. i 3;s, UXE Al PIPHR lIMUl MIAD1X til STU iiMMl. V. MJ. MM:.., Pianos, Violins, (JuitarsFIuU's and fni( I )IJAAV I IS M ATI :i 5 S A I R. E. HAYS. It HAYS 4 IM.AK, (Sucwssor to Ju!in Anil.") Wholesale anl Retail Grocers sum! Flour Men-ltants. DKAIiKRS IN STAPLE DRY GOODS, BOOTS LTOUOllaS, OKER OF W.4IX ElllUOH tV, EE I .T, iaKOrPI. X. B. All pui-cltasrs dollvfnd to anj HIITCIIIKS A- T7AYf.OSi, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. (OPPOSITE ITV HOTEL.) LEXINGTON, ------ MISSOURI. Entrance, seel mi 's. 5f mid (l, Main iret. HAVE FOR SALK.CITVl.'KSIDKNCKS, IN VAUIKTY TOSH.' AM. tastes, tJhoice Building Lotf, in at;d adjacent to tbc city, (cn.bi:i itit: from twelv acros down to twenty feet front.) Land.s, improved and unim proved, in .Lafayette eonuty. .Mho, in other count ic, and in Kansas. aWXotary Business, Oonveyancintr, Collection of Routs, Taxes paid, Ac. rys nyt'sy ; .UKX. KirSiSKLI.. THOMASsrAMUsH. RUSSELL & STAfvJDiSH, 1 AGENTS., Laais fcBRlit and soM oa lwuiissicn. T.trs l'itl sntl Rmfs Ctilh i. u,, fr sale Farms, tity ResWcnifNautl Lots. iiliRiiuprsrpt!..3nf!s. RB PRESENT THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS l iltK AMI LIFE IN'sUR AM K c. iMPAXlV-. The " NORTH AMERICA," of Philadelphia: oltlrsl Fire Insurance Company in Amtwi.-i.'Ss--iced ia 17.4; during aevenlv-llve vrara continutMis svrvicr, this viru.iv re,in,at,y iia paiil e. -amoiiating to over TWL.NTY MILLION of dollars, and has iijvv a I a-di aeltal and ui,.;uj ! $'J,iMS,Ui4 . "Ky their liuitssiialijc know them. '' THE ''ATEAS MITEAE LIFE IXSEBAXE COIPAW OS ST. I.O (In. Kmphatirallv the moat progressive sn advancing Company in the world. Has now issued nearly 4,008 Policies with Assets to tlir amount of iaio,(Mt, ami ii.aai deposited with ttir Insm aue.. .sm- i :i, tendeatof Missouri, for the l netit ot its Policy Holders. Hir only omiianv in Aiiier ii-uvhi. lt i-mv aworld-wide, non-forfeiting Policy witlHdit aainv'le n'itru ii.iti on it.- I.u r IMernice is nceie ' ihe following frr among the many Policy Holder ol this sterling I mpny in Lexington : AmosGrrsu, Lawyer, James Hays, cabinet Maker, Alexander Mitchell, Emanuel Easter, Miller, Isaac McGirk, ranuer, i.ill E. Iteltes. ilerenanl. N C Ewing, Farmer, J . II. New, Merchant, A. P. Fulkerwm, I'hvairian. M E Bummers, Merchant MichaelCofler, Conlractpr, John .o lin.-r. Marble cutit r, X. Tu. Bolton, Pliysicician, V. C. Turpin, Ferry Bout, c. I:. lliiss-II, Real Estate AK'I Wh itatroaizea Foreign Company when the " Atlas" t.it!,! ::t yourdnnr. Thaukftil to a generou. iiublia fo aaat favtirs. vte hoia? aeoiiacn-niioua ierrslaol our uali oaa lie.il Kstate, Ac. JO. A. WIl.StlN. j HOME INS. CO., OF NEW .. A t- j Ass-ts, - - $1 .. :.-. PUTNAM INS, GO. OF ilARTFGBU Ash-Is. - - s?7 .. and Al !.!' tHMirn v. ttioiu, Le"m!;t.H, IN:nii i:i:t 4il. II ii:i.i.K i i !:-., i.iMi; aim-:. T.ni !;. Ml t't i;n, A.. i .uvr.i; A N" 1 ii, UMitliiV, .Mi l.i. 4 !-!' CAia'F.N u FOR eOONiBV putfu.ri IVtltT lit' Till' 4 IT I -4t i:. ALWAYS A !'!'LL A5) LI.vLIiS, t i;a , ctCAL'S Par. In d i teid'. r.e.t.l. r, t.uli W;id- , Twine. ...I, n W j- . . t i-h. .1. a I, l.-... V. it'.. it v.:itr. H..I -e sr. sl.ts- Nail-. on '.t. il.-MI. Thi 1 ':il . I. line, le-i 1;i:iI'1:i T ii' ...li:.-. . ii.'U'-. hi ! I'. A.' r :.il Lu, t . .t ;is fiii-t t i.at wc v.: c t itJo 1 ::ttciili'.iii In s!, 0( i ill ti e cs'. v : :u: Is.Vl ttia ' We linres. -i i-'li before '.A: v it itit-n '.tiiii.s bcie '.m ! - trade, a:. it lj d 1 s i we re ,.1,1-,.. n ii. interests as will as .nr to a:. i l ti' y t ::i t riv.-r. H O U S i 1 j PiCOTT 5 - - !i'-.NO IU. 4 . .1 AS. i'K.i AH 3 SHOES, HATS AND CAP WTXRS, pat! of thr ( li x iis4 - iiai - re oui lttii-M ami a siri,-t silent ion lo the Itfssn.i, Si AN'lllsH 3 XOLNG'S. Mam tin t-r. Lexingtun, M i