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T. II. I.ANKKOliD, - - Editor. l'rui.isiii:u bv THE CRISIS PlilXTIXG CO. Thursday, Deo. 27.1877. Si. Louis Times : naiii iiivinloil our wo shull liave nn Sitting Hull tins territory. Now incivuse of tlie iiniiy. Whore's llowiml? St. Clair coiin'y is licinj; agitated over the cnptiiro i)f t ho Inx books IVom die County Collector by u Land of disguised men. This is cer tainly h mistaken way of getting relief. Indianapolis Sun: The threat of Mr. llliind to tack the silver bill to the tail of the. appropriation bill in case it is vetoed by the 'resident, is giving the Hold Bugs some unon Mness. St. Louis Times The Xew York Herald assumes to be the chamiiion of the workiugiiien in denouncing reinonetization. l 'Will vou walk into my parlor?' said the spie'er to tbe fly." Kansas City Times : After "the Hamburg Murderer" obtained a seat in the Senate and demanded an investigation of those slanders about bini, Messrs. Iilaine, Edmunds & Co., objected. Mr. Farley, I'nited Stales Sena tor deit, from Calfornia, is report ed to be a friend of the dollar of the Jhuldics and opposed to forced re sumption. He was formerly a resi dent of (iallatin, Mo. The lleinocratie Mate Committee of Indiana, have decided to hold a convention on the 20th of February. Look out 'ill street ! They may iass some Jiejiiidiatimj resolutions about silver or resumption. St. Joo Gazette : The bondhold ers to show the injustice of paying 1 them in silver, point to tlie fact that silver is lower in value than trreenbaeks. If lliey prefer green backs let them have them, by all means. That supremo old fraud; Henry I'eccher, is again causing a sensation, lie should be put on "bread and water," bis favorite diet for workingmcn. His pulpit exer cises for years, have been like it burlesque on religion. Michigan Sun : The policy of discriminating between the creditors of the, Ciovernini nt, by declaring that money which one class receives is not good enough for another class, is an insult, which every honest man r-houkl resent at the ballot box. Kansas City Tit Col. W. I .iS whaler hvs taken editorial charge ol the St Joseph Chronicle. He is one ol the old landmarks and lime honored institutions of Missouri, and is loo well and loo favorably known lo need an introduction to the people id' any part of the Stale. "Michigan Sun: The question is whether wo shall have a currency adapted to the requirements of busi jicss, or business adapted to the re quirements of tho currency. The Sbylock plan is lo mako a suit of clothes only large enough for a hov, and then whittle a man down to lit it. It is said hy some that tho Gov rrnmeni cannot Manrp paper and make it money . The lawyer told bis client they could not put him in jail for tho offence ho bad commit ted, hut the client replied I am here. The Government has slumped paper Jind made it money, so says ihe courts, ami that paper is now worth moro than silver, which ihe Shy locks' have been discrodiling, and .re now boiling over with wrath bo-i-uilso tho people want it restored. Tho Xew York Commercial iIhib illustrates words and their uses : "Ah, Monsieur do G ," said a gentleman to a French friend ihe Mlicr day, "Sorry lo hear you've lost your wile." "Oui, Sure," re jilied Iho Frenchman. "Ah, zoinis- fortune horreehlc; my poor vile." I attended (ho funeral at the church," continued the gentleman, "you srcined to be taking on ferri My about it, 1 noticed." "To ehiirel.i Ah, my fiicnd, zut was nossing. xou should liave seen mo at the grave. Zero I raise h I." Tho papers say the Xew York Jfcrald lias employed a recent im migrant lo writo up its political edi torials. Tho gold gamblers are get ting down on the Herald, on account of its indiscreet articles. Tho urgu mcnt is, first, there has been no con traction of tho currency sinco 1805. Second, the excessive volume ol currency nt tho closo of the war i the cause of ull our financial irouh. les. Thoro must havo been twoiui migrants, and tho other 0no has be como correspondent for tho Consti (iitfrn from Jamcporf, Metcalfe's Financial 1'ositlon. ' From 1 lie St. Louis Times. I 'r. Loris, December 1, 1877. ' Col L. S. Metcalfe. J PKAtt Sm : You may well imag ino the astonishment with which we, ! your constituents, view your vote in ; Congress on ihe repeal of the re- sumption act. We are astonished that any Western man, away from the contaminating influence of Wall street, should vole against tho repeal of that act (but wo havo especial reasons to he as lonished in your case), which has brought ruin and destruction upon all our commer cial and manufacturing interests, starvation, poverty and crime upon the working men of the country until to day, within your own dis trict, there are more than 2,000 strong, able-bodied working men unable lo find employment, while their wives ami children are .suffer ing for tho actual necessaries of life. Two thousand children in your dis trict are unable to attend the public schools for the want of shoes and clothing. This misery has been 1 brought about by the act known as the resumption act, supplementing the infamous act of the 18th of March, 1H09 an act passed at the bidding of the money kings of Wall street and Europe, that their bonds might be doubled in value, while the properly of tho country would be depreciated to one-half its former value thus enabling the untaxed bondholders to become possessed, under foreclosoure and forced sales, in a few years, of nine-lenihs of tho properly of tho country. This ait, .that you have voted against repeal ing, not only bus done this, but it proposes to go on uulil all the legal-tender greenbacks are burned and untaxed interest-bearing bonds are issued in their stead, when the whole issue of the circiilaiing medi urn i.1, to he turned over lo that ring of national hanks that is so fast drawing the life-blood out of the in dustries of the country. This ccn spiracy was hatched in Wall street, it is fur the benefit of Wall street and against the people, and ils re peal is resisted by Wall s'.ivet. You will remeinbr that the con test in your district was expected to be very close and warm, and that, as it proved to be iho case, a very few votes would cover the difference between you and your opponent. It was well known lo you and to your friends thai there was a Green back Club at Maguire Market, with some sixty odd members; that we had several large and enthusiastic open air meetings, and that wo had determined to run Gen. I!. V. Win gale for Congress. You and your friends repeatedly stated to us ihat you were a Greenba-k man. A meeting of Iho club was held, and as wo saw no chance of electing General Wingate, it was determined to put to you and Mr. Frost ques tions as lo your standing on the fi nancial issue. Mr. Maguire put the questions lo Mr. J' rost at one ol his meetings al Maguiro Market; and Mr. Frost, in a straightforward and manly manner, answered by saying: "I want it distinctly understood I am not a I'eler Cooper Greenback candidate for Congress, hut a Dem ocratic candidate, and stand on the St. I ouis platform." How open, how frank ! Hut what in your case!' Mr. Darker put the question to you at ymir meeting Friday night, Xo- vcniber 3, at Maguiro .Market, and you answered ns follows, which wn reported in the Globe-Democrat. "The legislation of" Congress has been too much in favor of capital ists, corporations and monopolies, and I pledge you that my energies and influence shall bo u.ed to rem edy iheso evils and in favor of the laboring classes. I urn in favor of a greenback ci rrency anl aj.a'nst the national banks." In Mew of yo'.ir rocont volo we would lilio to ask- what legislation of Congress in favor of "capitalists" you propose to uso your "energy and influence-" to remedy 1 Was not the specie resumption act passed "in favor of cnpilalisls'' and by "capitalists?" and is not its re peal resisted by "capitalists '!" Xow. does not tho spocio resumption act destroy tho greenback cuiToncy that you tiro in favor of and subsli 1 , tulo therefor the national bank cur rencytl.at you are so strongly against? Had you boon ns bonosi as your opponent, .Vr. Frost and not decievod us, you would ha.c saved yourself a great deal of vexa lion af spirit and tho courts would never havo had lo pass upon the question as to whether tho ligure had been changed from a 7 to 9. Wo ho,e, Colonul, w ho. i you see that your hold on mir aeat by the deception you praeiieed upon the unsuspecting greenhorns or barkers. and that you are nut truly r"pre sontinj; your constituents, that you will resi 'ii and conic home. We voted for you on your personal and public pledge that you were for the greenback currency ,atid had it not bean for this deception, nono of us would have voted for you. lours Respectfully, nw M .Inrkno-t, K lwri lltiinri.vll, l' r l.o nun. I Urn Mmplil, Itii.l.l AiUlM It.iluilli Al t'MI l.k. , .1. . . t ehlield, II V . II ii., All li UJ ll.irlte -, llf..n' it. iii-rt.iii I'll i 1 vme, K M'till'l N.-JH-, A. O. McCurlilftrit, W. 11. Tii-r, K "fh D-vi.. t iiK'i-1 Ml ii iupt .i .li. i:0 i, I' u In. .11 II r, II my l.ieli.ir. i wl -i i k Meyur, .1. IoUi.-I, I irtin lirmni., II i lu in 11. Ni. k iiiv, r.. l.i'U.I u, I.. U.-IIII-IIIHII , J. .till 11 1'. IT, 1. Ill t P'liilllk, l;ilHV4 I'rul III', .tlilllH'W H -III, J" II S.ll.H.T, J'.ll.l LllU.l ili!, Piat.r ft II. Hiitauu, I.. Ill ull, MMaii ti. V !:'. mini 11 ii X f.n , .1 i-jli K.-M, Ki. il. S.lm lit r, iiiiiiil S.i'l I T Will mil II Hi u. l t-rrtl. fu.ieiiii.iit b'. A. l.t-oiliT, l.i III I'r y,;i UlluaY U. W, Sfill' II. I. Jl. Al WvuJ. lie in a Follower of (log ! From l'oincrov's Democrat. Some friend in the East has sent to ns a copy of a paper published in Norwich, X. Y., in which is report ed a thanksgiving sermon delivered by Rev. L. M. S. Haynes. In all our reading for fivo years we have not read anything that proved tho writer to be so ignorant, so untruth ful, unreliable and every way unfit as a teacher as tho balderdash of this reverend gentleman, who is iiat 11)1011 his belly bawring forth his adoration of tho golden calf. Listen to one of his ideas : No laws, combination of laws, no authority, though backed by an alli ance of the Great l'owers, could is sue a piece of paper and print, upon it, "This is a dollar," and by so do nig make it a dollar. Will the eminent ass tell us ivhut a dollar is? One hundred pieces of copper, when slumped by the law, make one dollar. That is, ono hun dred pice 1 ofc - per I "f 'iv being slumped by iaw r.i.- siin iy one !fun dred pieces of copper. New, what is it that makes the dollar the law or tho material? A few grains ol silver, when stumped bv order of tho law are knowin as one dollar. Until this stamp is fixed upon them tho silver is simply a commodity. Pieces of paper exist today. To morrow the law has fixed ils stamp thereon, and they appear as postage stamps. As stamps they arc created by law. The law does not make silver nor gold, but Ihe law doesde fino u dollar to be that creation of law which is a legal tender for the payment of one dollar of indcbliioss. Xow, if tho society for which this reverend ass bawls, bellows, b unices bibles and eats doughnuts, has his claim against llr.u society lor one dollar il can pay him a strip ol paper which the Government has printed and declared a legal lender lor a debt; that this piece of paper is one dollar of legal-lender inoncv. Dm it nuiy lie tlio ( !o I'l nuR-m ui thu l. luted Mali's, tin; Mijii'i'ino Louri, tlio law, foninifin kuiiso and oviry - tliii,.' clso. is ull out ofortlor uiuler ., .,. . ,, ,. . wieh! I.elhim take his gold watch, if he has one, and cut from ils case a piece of gold that weighs exactly ns much as docs tho piece of gold which tho law has said is a dollar. Tho piece whii'li he has cut out is not a dollar, and he cannot make it n dol lar, but tho law can and does. No v, who is the liar this reverend blath erskite of Norwich or the editor of this paper, w ho daintily takes the former's nose in one hand and his chin in the other, opens his mouth and spils the truth down his throat? No wonder tho cause of God lan guishes when such fools are ils cap tains. If we were tho Savior of mankind and should havo such asses as this Norwich noodlchead follow ing us, we should prey to be cruci fied over again to be rid of tho com pany of sui.'h ignoramuses. This muggins of a minister says that il the National banks should go out of existence the Government would be ruined ! If all tho four-fotted jacks in the Tailed Slates were to-day struck by lightning, we could have mules in iho fiutiv, p.owdiiig the subtle fluid VH'.tputl iii' , liickun chewer named llayncs. W'v. try U be good-natured, but in iho I'aco ol such ignoranco it is hard work for a man to bo a saint and lo realize thai such ignoramuses ns preach those political thanksgiving sormons ol the class nbove spoken of assume to bo teachers. Kansas City Times: Hon. A. II Stephens was interviewed on tho money question tho oilier day by n Chicago Tribune reporter. Among other tljngs ho said : Tho repeal of tlio Resumption act will bo of somo benefit lo llio conn try. It will stay thai process of con ruction which is now so ruinously going on. So tho romoneiizntioii will dosoino good but not so much by far ns some of its friends o-jpocl. llul they, singly or both together, wiilinm oilier nieasi.ro, would uH'ord but a s ight relief comparatively in tho present sta;o of things. If the resumpliOii ii; be not repealed, anil no inicriiieuiu',0 remedial measure? bo adopted, a . Into of cciiimon ial ruin and bankruptcy will unsiiu w i i li mit a parallel in tho history of lliis (ountry, if in any ot!;i". Col. J. V. Thomas, of California. From the Inilhni.ipolis Sun. "Do you ihink tho Silver Hill will pass Colonel, as amended by tho Senato Committee ?" "I do most assuredly ; the country demands it. Hayes' message is most offensive in iis advice that one kind of currency shall he given lo Ihe money lords and moneyed class es and another to the middle and laboring classes the one of gold and iho other ol silver. There is not a thought or siti":es!ion in that message which, if carried out, would alleviate tho sufferings the people now endure so patiently. Will they continue to endure them? Let me tell you that I think not. Wo live in an era of revolutions, and tho Ad ministration of Hayes is 111 a ticklish position. It br.s tho taint of fraud on it, and thus has not ihe respect of more than half of tlie American people ; it bos tho sligma of treach ery on it and has thus lost tho con- lidenco of tho best part of th Re publican parly at least, another third of the people. An act of treachery Ihat may bo fatal to it is the admission ol Kellogg, home thing must be done, and Ihat soon, lint what can you expect from such barnacles as Schurz and Kvarts the first iho agent of the Frankfort bondholders and the other tho re tained anil paid attorney of Wall street ? Yes sir, a revolution is imminent." Xie Lamb Kitittlity Machine. A knitting machine should bo in every home, and has as much claim upon the favor of families as the sewing machine. There arc num berless little contrivances and house hold articles which can be made with a knitttnglnachine, which not only are really elegant, but put more pin money into tho 1 ockels of many a lady. If every lady or young girl knew bow easy ii w;is to earn a good l.niti.r..; iiiitc'.ine. wv believe almost every 0 wj.ii-l b" I "0 lo g-. t one ill once. We I n e been lainihar wiib the 1 ' 'lib Kidding Machine for yi it ; s, and know cf many instaucos w icre allies suniioi: tnen,c ves en- ladies suppoi t tirely by their work up. .1 it. It knits stockings pertet.ily and 111 the most rapid manner. Think ol mak- ing 25 or 50 pairs a day ! Then you can make handsome carriage or sleigh robes, or bedspreads, or the neatest of tidies for parlor chairs and sofas, woolen or cotton gloves for wilder, and all descriptions of underclothing. It is tho most con venient and comprehensive knitting machine wo know. It will knit iho very smallest or the very largest piece wanted for the house. The lippcts made upon it are unsurpass ed. Any l.'.dy, by purchasing one of these machines, can pay lor it in a short time by taking in work for her neighborhood, or by making many ankles for the village stores, besides getting all her own house hold elegances free One lady in Eastern Massachusetts has made from S'iOO lo SHOO a year for a num ber of years pusi. Aciing a- agent fur iho county, siie introduces a ma chine among the families of her ac i, lain am i's. levin's houi h iw lo 11.se il, and !mai,v makes a sale of il. , 1 lius lior coinimssuius jm-o her a l vvry cumlorialilo .iuiinn. ' , l'"-"" l' know more of tlio inai'liini', i-an send their iiddrcss to J. K. WoolMIKAIl, 3.)5 W. Madis jn si root, Chicago. Tell him where you saw this notice, and he will send you circulars, sum plo of work, etc., live. Tlie (,'ountj" Court inade an or der for an election, lo volo fifteen cants on the liundre I dollars valua tion of taxable roperly in the county, to raise a fund to rebuild the Jimtown bridge. The election comes on the 12th of January. Tho order was made loo Into for our last issue. I'.r.gland is waking up to the fact that silver is to be renioneti.cd. (.'able telegrams are being sent from London and made public, saying ihat if iho Silver Jiill is to become a law there will be a heavy flow of our bonds lonimvard. Lot tlum flow. Then what? Cm. Jimjuirer. So it seems thai England wi n's those silver dollars. Let her havo litem. Thai's what wo want silver fjr lo pay bonds with. Jnd. S'lu. T. II. K1MI'. FRANKLIN IIK.NRV. KEMP & HENRY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW" And Keal E-UUc anl Collecting Agent:., ClllLlACOTllE, MO. Will prac'ice !a. in all the Courts of Livingiilon and ailjoiniu coiinticii, and sell, cschanjfe ortent real estate and at tend promptly to set' lenient of estates, and to collections of accounts and claims nf all kinds. East Side Syvare, Over Willams' l)rui Store. AGENTS WANTED. Goodyear's Pocket Gymnasium BD0UftD IT TBI MO IT IMtRklrT rHTIICIlHI. Thi Koit Ccntlsle Sn tern of Phyilcil tzirciii tTirdevlipd for Uopn I'rrlif- lOO.OOOIniMe livmaw Vomrn mid children 1 UdUtiJlin,kitliii r rftHnltif, HnnrirerU rgracAi( ovfronti. For homf, office, tehootiJiuKpttHli. Price I,Ui.-Ko 1, fort'liili1rii4iinnMTi1 1 mi kl. 4 r.' . l it dren 6 to K, 11 10. yn S. i:ii(ldrn R to 10, 11 JU. Wiiidiiti 10 to U, $1 SO. No. 6, for Udln -nd (jhlldrw 14 TMrs nil QpwHnli, tUO. No. , for (itn II men of mndsmtc treavth, $1 50. No. 7, sd by Children or Donu, t J.OU. No. 9, for Gpiitlr men ? If ttBKl. M. Full n. family km, 1 mch. tj to 6) two 7 nd two !fl.oa Noi. 7 mid ir Blled wttll t icrflW-DTn mil limk lo flttirth to Dip vhII or fl.ior. A pair of No. 7 '$!.(). or 8 (A.V0U), mak fmpletf (lymnMinru mid lltaliliUlt. Bnt lrt (iiitl rn reeciut of irfo. xcluir Aeeoeiei gmutid In unnrriipUd territory. Exrl.iaiv i ivhti fi ipII Hip p.xltf l OTmnMlnn afford I io l-tviv,ibli rulntns lor una.,! Ir-p-ni.t hn. Ill MlMAnmAiirKmrat whorrtf it h titta boft;:j 11m imhiic md fti t.ienu fully untientood. Tot IHQitrattKl deacrlptlra dranltrt, tetmi. ie .itldtcil Ooodyoar Robber Curlor Co r.o. Boti.iafl. e&7 Brondway. Now York. . i uiHstR wot or mttt ic9fmrnoi, i M7l Hi THE NEW HOME IB WAS AWAXDLD HIE FIRST PREMIUM! M tlio Ccntonnir.l TiMliUi'in, ls"1. nncl h.n uhva;ti':u-rii' 1 cir tlio lnlicbl liunui'3 w hurcvur cxliibiltsl. A COMPACT. srsrrr.F:. pi;rahi.e. Light Uunoinst nnd tl'KK'IKNT "LOCK STITCH" MACHINE. AIJAl'TEI) to tho WANTS of KVKItYllODY. Tlio HOME SEWING MACHINE wan FerfectedciRl't yearn bIiico by tho nid of the befct inventivo talent 'l Meliniilcnl Skill. ItciiHiiiNLa nil the li.wntlHl I'arts cf n FIRST 0I.AP1 MACHINE, H SIMPI.K In COSK1 RUCTION, HUtKHlOR In fctrenflth unci Benuty, contains Iraa Workinfl Parts ml iCpsbli omoiXU n tvhhr rri0 ol llnr.-than ii hit Bowing Machines, ltwillKUN forysirj without costing ONE CENT forBn'Aiiw. In tho Manufncluro of this MACII1NK tho Very HcBt MnterlnlH nro USED, The WKAIUNU l'AUTS nro HARDENED, nml the Mochanlsiii liua lifen comstmjctki' villi the Bpntial viw of produeinpj an Eimy Running, M'HAISl.K, ami almoit T.OlSKl.F.sS M ACIIIM;, cdnjited rnl.u.l.V wici.L for t'ourun or lino THUKAI), COT. TON, BILK or LINEN, FEW1NU from tho X.iqhtpxt Muthna to Jlftivcr Cloth nu-1 l.EATHKU. Such Confidence ii.!; iii the INTRINSIC M EH n s of tin HONK? SEWING, MACHINE thut every MACHINE u l.;lly Warranted for Five Years. LIVE AOF.STS uantcil In localities whero wviire not lvpri-enti'il. Semi for lriers, ami Pntnplcn of work ilono on the llO-uK, or call at any tf our ollicctt. imrn Glark & Qo,, 30 Union Equaro, Kcw To:k, 6C-1 WaLhinirtoa Street, Euston, Mass lilt ocond Ave., ritUtsargu, Fj 111 Stato Btreet, Chicago, I'd. 21 Booth 5lh Otreot, Ct. Lonii, Ko, 17 Nov Hoatgomory Zt., Eaa Franclico, Cal, ' Ttook-kpeperf, Reporters, 'tT Operatoro, School Teachers At Great MsrcautUe College, Keokuk, Io-tra, Lady Agents ! 6"0 to 6100 pei' Week! MADK K.YSY 1!V ANY L.VDV MoH rapidly scliin;; iir'i' les for cur ried or single hullc' uc. Xo Female can do without them COUNTY AND STATE UIOIl TS KKKK. Lady Agents Wanted Krcrytvliere Bandannh Manufacturing Co. NEW YORK. n9-iy. PERFECTION ATTAINED AT LAST! A TRIAL Will INSURE ITS POPULARITY' EVERYWHERE, mil mm mmmmi 'When once used will retain lti plaoo foreTor. EXCHAHai! MACHINES. tend your old-ruhloned. cntnbenome. lieaTy-runnlnir.Traman-kllltnff machluo to as, nd we will allow you S2S for it, as part payment for one of oora. IT IS epl FRBftTrn tAD ire inuauTunra IN THAT IT IS ONE OF THE LARGEST SEWINd nmt MANUraUIUHtU, AUAPTCD ALIKE inc uE ur IHB rAMILT OH THE WORK IP. IT HAS THE LARGEST SHIliriF WITH i JOBRIN THAT HOLDS ALMOST A SPOOL OF inncnu. THE SHUTTLE TENSION IS ADJUSTABLE SKKSSl "EtaOWINO THE SHUTTLE FROM THE MACHINE. LTHIS MACHINE IS SO CONSTRUCTED THAT THE POWER IS APPLIED DIRECTLY OER THE NEEDLE. THUS ENABLING IT TO KW THE HEAVIEST MATERIAL WITH UN KUALED EASE. IT IS VERY SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, DURABLE AS IRON ANO STEEL CAN WAKE IT, ALL ITS WEARING PARTS CASE-HARDENED OR STEEL, ANO INGENIOUSLY PROVIDED WITH MEANS FO TAKING UP tOST MOTION, SO WE ARE JUS TlrlEO IN Warranting Every Machine for 3 Years. IT IS THE LIGHTEST AND EASIEST-RUNNING M1CHINEIN THE MARKET. ITIS.ALSO.THS JI3ST ELABORATELY ORNAMENTED AK0 PrtETTIEST MACHINE EVER PRODUCED, iSU1 .Li THESE ADVANTAGES. IT IS SOtO CL?S,lCTH0,N,?.aS81MAN0,HE,, flK TOEAXtiENfsVE COmOL 0F TEHRIT0RY OrW nilSiSHV INDUCEMENTS OFFERltt FOR CASH OR ON CUCDIT. fU" BIKSULARS AND TERMS TO 35S Euclid Avenue, wanted. CLEVELAND, 0. S. TURNER, DEALER IX- DRUGS, Medicine titiil ChtmimU, PAINTS, OILS AND VAIl NISUES. Glass, ratty, .Cf., TUliE WLXAS ASD LIQUORS Foi' Medicinal Use- DYE . WOODS AND DTE STUFFS GENERALLY. Medicines warranted irfuulne. and of the best cjunlity. Customers will Unci oui stock complete, com .n'lslni; many articles It is imiu!.iblj here lo enumer ate, aud all sold at moderate pries. DILLIH&80N Sell Drags, Mcilicino.ii, White Lotul, Mixed Tuinta, Jiii'Kfcil Oil, Window (ilass, Lnrd Oil, Lubricating Oil, Castor Oil, NcaUfoot Oil. Fish Oil, Port Wine, Sherry Wine, Madeira Wine, IJIntkberry 'Wine, I'ure imported Frencli lirnmly, Ajijile Brandy, Peach Brandy, Piu-o Wliiskien, Our Whiskies, Apple ami I'each Ilrn-dii-H were houlit direct from llm di, tillery in Ttuiiessce, and are strictly puie. CAITj and see us Oar Vriees Are Down to the. lied Jtoch: 1)IU,IX & SON. GUEAT HAKGAIN'S, IN SCHOOL HOOKS, VM. McILWllATJI COS. Hooks, Papers, Knrelopus, I'OCKliT HOOKS, I'OOKKT KNIVES, L'iiikimcis, Thii.et Se.M-s and Wai.i. Eas'. Side Public Square, t TIIU.lCOTlli:, MO. I I II I 1 i-ti'T r ..i c n't T I J I y,u vi .1.4 jLy Riptii.nrk V M frin in twiy t. wntc tMko Piil rrhtiui for til" I -rgi'Pti ")if p t Mnl t!im 11 1 1' I fx Iii t nhlTti'ioi. In ih- wnrl I. Auj vwu chii I rt-otiift h uciffiil iiuoiii. Tin mutt vlepu wi.ru of nrl gi'wn Urn lu in pcr.li ra. .1 (,rirp a ,.. ,r iliiiuafT-rvioiv Milni'iit.PH, omi n nt rfunriN ninkiiinvT$i;lOin n wnk. A Iwly i-.tit tp.m UkiiiK " H'M Milixftit.cn lu ttii.lnja. All whn -HKt; mke rni.ti'VT la-1 . Yon can ilavoli hII mir thut In tint li'.iinH, ui .inly your ninit tniK , y n iittiii ;t.t !. awiiy fnni Idiiih u nii;l,. Vou rnii .Ii it hi r I . ot ir. Ii.ll hi t.ml'ii h ilir tiiH t:- iii 1 trf. K :nit an i oxifiiive t ntll Iikj U you wmit im.rilitlil- work loin) ih ym.r H, t,'H nt i.Mfe- Jl co ti ii"iliinx l try tlt inidii.i. . unit nlKieuHH f U t iin'i- t v, A hJ.cm "i'lie l,t i k,, uri ." l'riUti-l Mnii,e- Andrew Leeper PF.ALr.lt IN HARDWARE, IKON AND NAII.S. V7AGON AND CARRIAGE MATERIAL. Agricultural Implement!, Pc.' He keep the lnrzcst itnck nf tlio bove goods Iii North Mlmnuil, anil sells them ai the very lowrst r'lces. Fnt Side Puh.'iu Square, Ghillioothoi AIJ. CTJRHIN & WIL30N THE DRUGGISIS PllESCRirTIONS PCOMI'LY AND COmtECTLV l-ILt.KI) Full and complete stock of nilVGS, MEDICI. ES, LA DIES' EASCV ASD TO J LET GOODS, And v.tj thing kept lu a first class Druy f lore. CALL. AND EK i;s. BRING YOUR PKODUCE NEWLAND. MINTEER PiurtlieiiMl torner, 1'ublio Square, Chillieothe, Missouri , They will give the highest 'markst price (or it, and sell you good nt the lowest prices. They otu'ry Best stock of GROCERIES in town and SELE.TIIE CHEAPEST. CALL A SEE THEM, It will do ijint no harm to tain a look throafh their stock. Iil-tf. IMMENSE STOCK OP Cook Stoves ! IMMENSE STOCK OF Fa rlor Stoves Immcnur Stock of Tin, i'oppir And Sheet Iron War: CHOICE & ELEGANT t'AUI.OR 9STSI CHOICE C ja.Mi.l.fl ClUMBEll SETS! CHOICE & ELEGANT T of every description. In fuel yrt have tho hirest and most coinploto slock of HOL'SK FUIIXISI1IXG GOODS In lh City, nil at Rock Hottnm Prices, below it 1 1 competition South Slile l'ulil'ie Squuro, C1IILLICOTI1E, VtO. SEA!.f MC)HKS- TElUilLL&aillFflTI, S T 0 Y E 8 KTO l .S!! We kci p roimtiintlynn hum! Die Inrgeit anil best r.stori incut nf C"k Stoten In llic city, which wu will H DELOW ROCK-HOTTOM l'HICKS. Wo woiiM call especial attention to the "Excelsior Oook," Mnilo by the Woftern Stnvo MsniifnctHf Ing Company . All stoves wirreutvil . Titii Slieot-Iron nncl Cop por Wm e. Of our own manufacturr-, thu best of na tciUI until in the uiniufactura of our goods. I Forming Tool-Hooa, Rakes, Fo:lr.3, Spades, Shovels, 8cc. TABLE CUTLERY, GIUI) CAGB3 AXD li OOEEX WAUE. In short, wo keep a full assortment of ail goods kept lu nuuh u house. All Jlelow Bed-Hock I'ricei. Job work done to order on short no tice. Call at the Biovc Siifii, South L'J cust Street, West side, CliiUeittie. TEK1UI.L & OMIFJflTH. Till: LADIES' FIUKND! Improved' Davis Loch Stich, Vertical Teiii Sewing Machine, Whtch is beyond question, mora per fect for all kl. ds of work th m any other ni lehlne In use; a coiiibliintlon of ali pllclty, durability and tcononiy, manu-, hiciurtd or the very best liiipoi l.id steel,' and composed of only tnelva working partH. while other machines liar from thirty to forty . I'on BALK BY MRS. S.J. DAVIS, Agnt- One Door Xorth of Wigley't Cerner, ClllLLICOTHE, 310. '