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nil Account ut'nhich il is conferred cease,
Hint in tiu event to lio ex reiscd in nny
Male in ttlucli tLo ordinary course ofju
iliiMnt nrni-nnrlinirtt I.im n Knti fn'Amm
ted by the rebellion, 'nor in any Mich
State after said Statu Khali have been
lolly restored in nil its constitutional re
lation to the UnitcJ Sr.iton, nnd the
court of the State end of the United
Stadia ti'ithiii llip uytnn urn tint fttatiirtiAil
or stopped in tki peaceable course of
Sue. P. And l.u it 1'urllicr enacted
that all nets or parts of acts inconsistent
with the provisions of this act arc hereby
A Tennessee exchange describe one of
its cottniporarns os 'IioUlinjr lus Iclt
hand under tho swallow tail of its cotisti
tuttenal dignity, nnd extending tho white
nose-wiper of interrogative pathos in his
A fdiooinakcr in Leeds, England, un
dertook lately, fur a wager, to eat nn un
cooked rabbit 4 fur, skin and all. Ho
succeoded, but Immediately "went into
convulsions, which continued for an hour
when ho dind. .
Limit. Mu'jrw lilu Confederate, in in
liave charge of tho laying of the new
ic telccrapu cable.
E. SACH8E, - - - - EDITOR.
'JT x o 3' .
FRIDAY, MRRCII 16, 1866.
The Cnlo Hereof the Border Starts.
The cruel and fatal policy of President
Johnson is producing its natural fruits i:i
tho Border States. Under tho lead of
such desperate men as the JJfairs in Ma
ryland, tho Bramlcites and the Burnetts
in Kentucky, and the "Clnybanks" and
Conservatives iu Missouri, the hcruie and
long luffcrin Unionists of the Border
aro to be subjected to the horrors of u
new rebellion. Tor il mint not be for
gotten tbat in all tlii-c Stnto.', and pirti
cularly in Man land, West Virginia, Tun-
nessee, and" Missouri, tlicio aro friends of
the country with opinions nnd feelings as
radical as any in the Northern State.
These Radicals have held their position
through the rebellion with tho aid of the
directive restrictions which prevented the
rctels from coming back and out voting
ihem. and they hnvo sustained the Nat
ional Govfrniiicnt with rare fidelity and
vigor Fighting for tho old flag in the
field, and holding up the National auth
ority at the ballot-box, tlicy have proved
to be true conservators of ibc prosperity
of their own Slates, nnd the powerful
champions of the Union cause. Against
them, however, moro even than against
the Yankees, the lualigni'y of the seces
sionists and traitors have been awakened
and organized. As the latter come buck
from their Colds of blood and carnage,
and insist upou restoration to thu rights
.U- tt .d t Vxitpni-nil mwl .linn V.i.C! . . .A
lUIjr Ulfik UVltillVII Ulll. .HUM IVIlUtlVUi
they shout for "the policy" of Andrew
Johnson, and with the help of his patro
nage coolly proceed to make arrange
ments to oust the earnest I'liku men,
and to icsuuio that merciless ascendancy
which almost pushed these States into re
bellion, and to check which the National
Government sacrititcd thousands of lives
and millions of motley. All these earn
est and radical border State men aro tho
defiant opponents of Andrew Johnson's
movement for tho rehabilitation of the
iusurgent States. They ceo and accept
their obligations with a ''stern joy" when
tl ey behold the returned traitors- rally
ing around thu President's policy. A
more cxtraordiuary spectacle never was
witnessed to find thu men in the border
States, who, v?y to the assassination of
Abraham Lincoln, hailed Andrew John
son 8B their leader and representative,
persecuted by this eutue man, who, bv a
uiugular metamorphosis, U suddenly
tracsiormcd into uic uvuntc ami protec
tor of tho Copperheads and returned io
Ulu. Thus, when wo turn to Tennessee,
c find the oli Andrew. Johnson column
ww led by Urnwuluw. and opposed by
Andrew Johnson. In Maryland the her
oic hosts of Henry Winter P.ivi and J.
A, J. ('resswcll, ho contended against
the original traitors, nnd moro recently
sgjin-t tho Bluir, tire now set down ns
tho enemies of Andrew Johnson, are
hunted nnd proscribed by tho retained
rebels nud iciimgoratcd Copperheads!
who hnvo taken the name and tho policy
ofAiidien .Ioihroii as their watch word
and battle cry ! Kvcn more suikingly N
this extraordinary policy illustrated in
Missouri and Western irginia. In the
lormer, whie the Radicals haic obtained
possession of the Stale by tho boldest and
most uncompromising patriotism, tho
whole patronage of tho National Govern
ment in tho hands of iho Rlairsand their
l.'loyoanl!,,l'lhii,is'is thrown likomor
ti uiiisili from denth-dealing uugiues
against thu earnest people ho hold the
Stale, tboUouruor, the legislature, both
Senators, and a maiou'ty of the Rcprc-
entiltiVOH iu Coiigli'-S. m c-i irginia
the patriots who ew i n I thnt
State to the Union cause bv (heir rnl.ir
nni ihcir blood, are now threatened by
the. rrtnrnftl rnKrl tinntna wili n u.ln.i.
tion of the savageries of secession, who
ciaim in mis to be asstafcl by tho prCS
tipc mill nnwrr nf Amlr.w .Tnluienn Tt
will be observed tro nrn tint. till-in nftltn
Radicals of New Ennland, tho fanatics of
the northwest, or the doctrinaires who
are sometimes alleged to give opinion to
tho Republican party. but of Southern
pamois 01 men who, up to the begin
nintr of the rebellion, dnlnmlnil
and who onlv rocrmnirrvi n mnnnn. nlli.
ninllin In (tin N'nftntint PAnallJi.iUN a.!...
the traitors struck at the flag, and hare
iiiitnA l....nlt " ! , .1 , .
c.vi dim. iuuuv uuuiBi mem unncr in
dcscribablo and unparalleled triuls nnd
sufferings. Should not tho President of
the United States feel, as he contemplates
a spectacle so irresistible and so ncsr,
that that which ho calls "his policy"
must be a failure and an oppression when
it produces such unheard-of calamities
amnnc his own neonlo? fWnsliinntnn
ewYork Tnrnvorpin nwnncnn tn
kindred association throughout the Un
ited States the novel (rent of n!e nt in
the old fatherland during tho coming
summer, to attend the contemplated nat
ional rvinnastic' tourn.in.rnt nml icnl
at Nucrnbcrir. The ncents of the New
York and llnint.np- strnninr (nmlar nut.
sape at greatly reduced rates, in order to
at least induce the inode't niimkir nl'Sfin
of these men in buckram (wo mean no in
sinuation against their well-proven prow
ess; to m:ti;o tno trip. j.i;o. ucni.
Tho Washington correspondent of tho
Milwaukee Sentinel says thst but fur tho
Secretary of War, the regular quota of
arms issued by the National Government
to the States, would have been furnished
to tho rebel commonwealths nf tho South.
Tho President desired to have tho arm
distributed to them, but Mr. Stanton op
posed this purpose nnd prevented its ex
ecution. No wonder the rebels aro all
anxious to get him out of the Cabinet.
S; Jss;ph ".:t:l Vtnvir KiHntd At
tho M. Josep'i Trade Board, Col. Thomas
H.nbir.o, olwirift.in of n ecuihiiitct' to at
tend the lute l'iiiii'o.id lueeling nt Ttoy.
Buniph.in county, Kansas, imported that
the ICellCl; ul'll,t konrinn il mm llio nro.
jeef of h 1-aiiro.id from St. Jo-oph Vct,
was very eniiiusiiisiic; mill n cointimtcc
had been appointed to urntt uu '-1. nance
to bo submitted to the roop'.o ot that
county subsciibiug S00,0U0to thu road.
He had also ennveiM' i v iili j'.innhient
citizens of Brown co'otity , vl-o v;cie emi
tid'eut iliat their couniy w. t..u .-uLjcribo
The Buchanan countv Court h:ui ..'
adopted an order for sultnitting to a wk
of the people the proprtty of of stibsei i-
lung to the rend S-IUIUIUH worth of boi.ds
at ten per cent int rctt.
prominent cituen of Kama present
answered tho board that tliero was but
one liioli:itr on the matter in tin; ecmntio.-
oti tho lino of the road, Doniphan, Brown,
Nemaha, Marshall mid Washington, that
they were sternly in earnest and would
raise SSUU.UUt) in turtlmraneo of this oh-
jeet, not including the 120,000 aeres of
land already donated. As regaids name
or direction his people were not tenacious
upon that matter, they wanted 'the rail
road tio'.n i lie .ljissmiii nvcr to I'ort
Kearney, and they would not rest until
that whs accomplished
The board pointed Mc-srs. Ee.ittie,
Constable, WiiKlp.- m k-2 lluys a co:n
mittcc to erli'-'hton the people upon the
matter, anil cx (iovcinor Hall and M.
Oliver to attend the iuilr;ad meeting at
Hiawatha in April.
At u late meeting of tho stockholders
of the St. Joseph and Denver road, tho
following named gentlemen were elected
directors. John Corby, A. Audriano,
Win. Z. Ransom, li. Bluckiscon, A. Ben
tie, B. 1 Loan, W. R. Pcuick, J. B.
Maynard, E. J. Jenkins.
The following wcro chosen directors of
the St. Joseph and Topeka Railroad.
John Coibv. Joseph Stcinacker, J. R
Bell, K. Blaciiston, h'. II. Drcnning, W.
R. lVciek, Geo. T. Hoaland, B. F.
IiOan.il.lt Maynard, C. K. Holladay,
The llunisunvillc Democrat has the
Mr. Flavius W. Davis, formerly of Niej.
Michigan, but who was residing on a farwi
recently purchased, four miles south of
this place, came to to vn with his wife on
Tuesday latt, icuiainiii" most of tho dav
and appearing to bo in usual health.
Shortly after returning homein tho af
ternoon, his wife says he passed out of
tho liont door, and soon at forwards she
heard a strangling cough, wont to bim,
and found him lcaniug ngaiust the house.
Iu a moment he vomited near a pint of
t. i im... .1 .i i.u. .
o.i the porch. After being seated ho
iaintly reuuirked, "X am going, and ex
pired iu a tew moments. His disease
At a Union city Couvontion in St. Jo
seph on tho 3d instaut. Gen. William R,
Peuick Has nominated for Mayor; Jeff
Chandler, for city Attorney; Bnos Craig
for Harakal, and J. B. Hawlcy for Re
corder, Nominations for Couneilmen
were referred to tho several wards. Res
olutions: were adopted in favor of exalt
in" St. iiosenh us tho metropolis of the
I North West, improving her public schools
I ami creek bridging. Also tho fol-
, lowing in favor of railroad aid, compli
menting eti.tt'H urowa.
There art two organizations in conflict
over tho qnestlou of building a bridge
across tne ttausas river, A no Kansas
city Journal is assured by the Wyandotte
Drain ana ferry company tbat only tuoy
aro the parties who have exclusive priv
ileges to build it; that they nn .author-
izcu by a recent law to obtnin, and shall
obtain, aid from the county of Wyandotte
in 8fiO,U()0 for its construction, and that
they propose to add 850,000 or individu
al stock and build a first class iron bridge.
HI - t I -...! .1 !!!. I
x uu uuuruui auviscs inceu wiiuog io suu
scribe money for this purposo to satisfy
themselves that no company to whoso
stock tbey subscribe will bo embarrassed
by litigation in such a way as to defeat
the entcrprito ana subject themselves to
At St. Joseph, a foundling enthusias
tically adopted by a rcspcctablo family,
but a physician pronounced the waif an
octoroon, whereupon it was turned over
to the county authorities, on whioh the
Herald soliloquizes. "And the colored
troops fought nobly."
Thit wo are in fay or of the city aH; immense amountof wheat, corn and
itics during the next two years giving thol01001,?11" to be shipped from these
Railroad running dircctlv west, from Ell
wood, Kansas, such additional material
aid in the shape of pur city bonds, or
otherwise, as thoy may deem under the
circumstances necessary and nroner to
aid in the early completion of that direot
thoroughfare trom the east to the West.
That wc the Radical Union men of St Jo
seph, in convention assembled, extend to
lion. a. Urate Brown, United States
Senator from Missouri, our sincere thanks
for his efforts in the Senate of the United
States in behalf of tho most direct and
practicable railroad routo connecting
the East with tho West, to wit; the road
ruunning from Kllwood Knnsas, directly
West, and that we will extend to him our
aid and support in tho future, and that
we earnestly request him, ns well as our
other Senator, Hon. John B. Henderson,
to continue their exertions in behalf of
said road, and if possible to secure the
passage in the Senate of the bill already
introduced giving a grant of land to said
Emigrants fiom Nebraska, driving stock
aro reported passing through St. Joseph,
to the lower country.
Horse thieves are still at work iu lively
style in tho western part of the state, es
pecially around St. Joseph and Kansas
The three men who were latoly arrest
ed at Centrulis, tor n robbery near Allen,
ninde their escape from the sheriff t night
in the depot at Mexico.
Elizabeth Giecn, ngud eleven years,
daughter of a widov. near Yucun. died
recently from bums received tome
weeks ago. M bile she was iror.iiu her
clothes caught fire nnd .-he ran out of
. j jr iho names cm eloping her pason.
i.'; to September 15. Judge Chirk at
Miwicn had sold since peace 0.151 .icrcs
of land., six duelling and a number of
town lots all lor M15,3o4, Since that
dale he bus sold lands and city property
amounting to ?:I74,91G. Judgu Clark is
ouo of a half dozen land agents at Mexico.
Mr. Samuel Be-ou, lately returned from
Nevad't, is reported to have committed
sujfidc at New Florence Mo. The fact
i.! thus communicated to the Montgomery
Tho usually quiet town ofNew.FIor
enw v.'ts startled Monday inoniiticr, the
2 (J ih nit by the sad and tragic end of
one oi our esteemed and excellent young
a. an committing suicide. Mr Samuel
L'oofi lately returned from Nevada, in
tending and making jneparutious to re
turn in the spring, has been btopping in
our town near two months amiable,
ciiLcrtul, coutlcmanly, quiet; respected
by nil; on yrsterdcy went to a barn near
by, and putting his own revolver to his
head pulled tho trigger and his spirit
was ushered into eternity.
His most intimate friends cannot cou
ccive or conjectute the shadow of a cause
whatever,, for the act.
A most unfortunate affair occurred last
Monday near St. Peters. A warrant bad
been issued by Squire Bardo Weinert for
the arrest of Mr Henry Doltc of St. Louis
upon complaint made to lain by ono F,
Schalc, that Dolte had threatened to take
his lifo, Mr. Doltes father some years
ago had been killed in St. Louis in per
sonal quarrel by this man, Schale, arid in
meeting the latter in a saloon at St. Pe
ters is said to have used throatenlue Ian-
guagc towards mm. l ne warrant was
placed into the hands of Constable Orae
ble of Dardcnne township who with his
deputy, John Esbler, and Josh Gue, who
drove a spring wagon, proceeded to the
lake about four or five miles north of St.
Peters, where Mr. Dolte had gone a hunt
ing. They arrested him and started
back to M. refers, onco and awhile ta
king a drink with their prtsonor. who had
a bottle of liquor with him, when after
having proceeded about three miles one
of the constables demauded that Mr. D.
should L'ive up his arms. Whether ho
ret used to do so and resisted tne officers
us thoy allego or whether he was fired
upon ny them without a sufficient cause
or provocation for merely refusing to get
off of the wagon in order to get out, cau
I L - . 11 . T .
ouiy uc nkccriainwi vj a legal investiga
tion. Graeblu and Eschlcr both din
ohargod their revolvers at their prisoner,
who received two shots in his arm and
chest. They oonveyed him to St. Peters,
where he is receiving all possible medical
assistance and the kindest attention by
some of his friends who have since ar
rived from St. Louis. The unfortunate
mau is now id a very dangerous condition
. l I . 9 a a .
uraeoie ana asenier nave since given
lucuucives up to oquire weinert.
Jt. Charles Cosmos.
Mrs. Frank Conrad. Louisiana. Mis
souri, has recently given birth to three
bouncing ooys an weighing twenty
The Buchanan county assessment re
tnrns for tho present fiscal year show as
loi lows: roiis, ',u4b; acres; 231,035 04
100; valuation of lands, 89,062,319.
T. W. Bnnlwnrni taw nfflxn a, Vnllnn
was lately robbed of between four and
five thousand dollars, about one thousand
of it in coin.
Ono million of dollars is reported to have
been placed to the credit of the Superin
tendent of the Hannibal and St. Joseph
Railroad, by tho-Directors, with instruc
tions to make it a first elass road.
Tho fine steamer Helen has been pur
chased by Messrs. Charles Hug and Pe
ter irctch ot this place and another party
in St. Louis for the purpose of rnnning
on the Mississippi between the different
landings in St. Charles and Lincoln coun
ties and the city of St. Louis. Captain
P. Fetch will havo command of the boat.
counties inn especially iruni me lower
point prairie, the numbor of wood barges
which constantly have to bo towed ud to
Cuivre river and higher up will make
this, no doubt, a profitable enterprise.
It is stated other parties hero intend
to acquire also a hoat for the Missouri
trade. Over 500,000 bushels of wheat
are yearly shipped from this place alone
to St. Louis. From two to three cents
per bashel wilt bo saved by taking tho
same directly to the levee of St. Louis,
in stead of shipping them on tho
Railroad to the N. M. Railroad depot,
thus unloading aud hauling them off from
there. This sinclo item would nearly
nay tho expenses of running a steamboat
besido the great convenience it would af
ford our millers and wheat merchants,
at. Charles Cosmos.
Ulramurine JUanutactoru. Messrs.
Becker & Hess, who since several months
started here a new branch of industry in
tho manufacturing of "washbluo balls"
which more and more takes the placo of
. t 1 a mm
me wasnwue, lormcrly used havo now
completed a largo furnace aud other buil
dings in the rear of Mr. Chr. Weeks steam
mill. They will at onco commence the
manufacturing of "Ultramarine," the
finest and cheapest blue color now known.
All thn Ultramarine ucd in America is
now imported from Franco or Gormanv.
and there is no doubt, thu they can make
me orticio at a niucti lower price than it
Is sold for in this country. Mr. Hess
has just returned from n trip through
-Southern Missouri and lias diseoverol the
Wst sort of whito clay not far. from the
Iron iMdiintntn Railroad, jn article aij-o-
lutely necessary for the manufactory of
i iiramarinc. oi. inarics uostnos.
W'c understand tho Turners Associa
tion uf St. Charles contemplates the cree
tion of a fine hall, to enable its members
to have pytunatical exercises during all
kind of weather. The funds will bo rai
sed by the sale of certificates of stock for
"one dollar" a share, thus giving every
one an opportunity to assist them. We
hope they will meet with the support their
cause so richly deserves. -Cosmos.
Tho new Sunday Law was generally
observed here on last Sunday by all the
saloon keepers and even tho barbers.
Christians who used to bo shaved before
they went to church had to go with fa
ces unclean such as wcro in the habit
of taking first a lunch found counters
draped mi mourning and nothing upon
them to invito them, except a pitcher full
of Water. St. Chailcs Cosmos.
Tfho Rev, Mr. Weston and ladv arrived
at St. Charles sent out by the American
Christian Commission, for the purpose of
teaching and clevatiug tho moral condi
tion of our colored population. They
will nt once open d free school for color
cd children. We wish them all success
in this noble work. St. Charles Cosmos.
A Bold Robbery.
A most daring robbery was committed
near Lccompton on Saturday night.
About uino o'clock in the evening a man
came to the house of Dennis Leech, about
six miles from Lccompton, and stated
that bis son had got stalled in the bottom,
and asked Mr. Leech to take his team
and help him out. Mr. L. suspected tjjat
all was not right from the manner and
conversation of the man, but after some
minutes conversation, (topped to tho door
wuu iiiu wan, wiitn ne uiscovereu anotn
er man standing by tho door, who instant
ly seized hi t by the throat. Mr. Leech
struok at ttu robber, and, in dealing him
a heavy blow on the head, unfortunatelv
found his finger in tho mans mouth, who
pulled nearly all tho skin and flesh from
tho finger with his teeth. The other
scoundrel at onco commenced dealing
blows upon Mr, Leech. Tho struggle
between the three men lasted for several
minutes, during which the ruffians suc
ceeded in getting Mr. Leech, who is an
old man of 76 years of age. but of great
physical strength and pluck, out as far
as the gate, when the old mau asked thsm
what they wanted, and told them they
had done about all tho personal injury
they could. They told him they wanted
his money. He told bis wifo to go in
tho house and bring out what money he
had, which amounted to 81,000 mostly
The robbers at once took the money
and fled to tho woods. The neighbors
wcro soon aroused and started in pursuit,
and learned tbat there were four men in
the party, on horseback, two of whom
started towards Topeka, and the other
two went in tho direction of tho Waka
rum. Lawrence Kanns Journal,
Sr. I.ocis, March 15, 188S.
Gold was bought at ItiH, and toll at 180H.
Large rllvcr was bought nt 121, tinnll at 120.
Union Military Bonds of 1803 were bought at
100, thoto of 188 at 65 cents,
TROY MARKET REPORT.
Corrected every week by Fa. Swiixr.r.
Troy, Match 15, 18CH.
PORK. From $.1(3.$ V liundrod lb.
BEEF From 7fii8 P hundred lb.
CORN Frira 3i40e V bushel.
OATS From !6i30e V bushel.
WHEAT From il 75$2.00 t luhel.
DKIED APPI.ES-From 2.00($2.5(i P luih.
DMKn r i:CHKS-From 3.5Uf4.00 t bih.
DRY II 1 1) ICS 14c V lb.
ORKEN HIDE'S e t R.
Kdliy 15o dozen.
LARD From !5Ste t Ih
GREEN APPLES J(l(37Se bu.licl.
FI.OUII Fnm$lt(3$M t Intnl.
CORN MIIAL ilfiiUDo V lu.litl.
COFFEE 38c lb
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C L'.NTY COURT 'tdtnl .Monday
in lYbrtiiiry. Maraud Angu-t.
CIRCnTCUbRTThird Mu t iy in
March and Seplcnibor.
LCALITE IVI S .
Nollce io Subscribers. Thii.-o of
our subM'iilicrs who have ieeeicd their
paper through tho Post Office at
Tioy, are hereby notified (hat from and
after March 211, lSliti, they can get their
papers at the Hcpld office, as u: have
frequently heard complaints about (he
irregular delivery of their papers at the
Xollce. Wo request all who have, ad
vcrtiscni2nts for our. paper to hand them
in at latest on Wcducsduy moiuing. as
this will insure their appearance iu tho
issue of next Friday.
A Poor HlHISe, Wo shall soon have
a County Farm and Poor House. (l()ur
Couuty Court has appointed Mr. Richard
Wommack, of Millwood, as Commission
er to contract for aud purchase a suitable
farm, the Court reserving to themselves
the right to reject tho purchase made by
bim. Sealed proposals will bo received
until tho first of May. They should bo
addrossed as follows : Riohard Wommack
Millwood P. 0.
Carrier As soon as the streets of
our town shall assumo a passable condi-tj
tion, wo intend to deliver our paper to
our town subscribers at their respective
residences. As we are as yot a stranger,
in this place, we request all thoso who
wish to get their paper through tho car
rier, to hand in their address.
Court Week. Next Monday, th
March Term of our Circuit Court, Judge
Fagg, of Pike county, on tho bench, will
open. Read tho sheriff's sales which aro
advort.sed to tako place during the ses
sion of the Court.
A bullock was lately killed in New
York which weighed 3,795 pounds gross,
and made 2,475 pounds of clear beef. He
was !oM for M,500,
FAr SatilOrt vsar blank
of which we hare a supply, ns well as all
other blanks at this office.
Weather. Herb can but very litrle
be said about that subject, and that is not'
much edifying. Rain, rain, rain wai'tho
order of the past vfeek. -WII, Itt il rab
on, wc will eonsolo oursolves meanwhile
with tho old saying that "after rain for
lows sunshine." The longor this spell of
disagreeable weather lasts, tho mm rally
wo shall appreciate the genial and benign
smiles of "Old Sol," when ho roassumes
the reins of government in the upper re
I'avenenis. During such had weath
er as wc experienced last week, pavements,
however imperfect they may bo, art cer
tainly a great blessing, and many a sil
ent piuytrmay have ascended to Heaven
invoking its smiles to the kind iuvontor
of them. Our place, thottjh it cannot
vie with its namesako of old. in site. coit.
lincss nnd splendor of buildings, has pa
vements, of tho existence of which in an-'
cicnt Troy, history doesn't say anything.
But how lone wo shall have then., ia
merely a question of the durability of tho
wood of which thoy arc at present con
structed. c direct tho attention of our
citizens to tho fact that our sidewalks aro
nearly worn out, and ousht to bo sub
jected to a thorough renovating process.
Our Town Hall. Wc arc rcolly glad
at tho rapid pro"rc3S the movement for
tho fitting up of a town hill, has already
made. 1 he carpenters arc already ham
ExllibilioU, Our ttiually quiet town
has been rathur lively for the last week,
particularly at night on the evening of
rehearsals for the exhibition which is to
take place next Tuesday night at tho
Toy Academy. Judging from the stir
and industry of those who have the ar
rangements in their bands, it will certain
ly l e something very uncommon, and no
one will regret having spc-t n quortcr
for tin noble object to the benefit of which
the pron.'cds arc destined. The ladies
paiticnl trly deserve the warmest tlinnks
't tlio pi for the .ual and mthuMasui
.'.itli whi'!i they have v 'rked; ii'it even
. ilie heavie-t rain p'ovenicd their attend
j nice on Tin-day night last, at tho io-pi.Mi-.-al
at ll:.' Academy. Reader, if you
j ivM. to further the pi asperity of our IV
1 1 hi ' n a Society, ami tin ncriir.icc f !. slii-
i in'.: .mer iin'iital culture hy young men,
f.i'.l nr.i to ''fititributf tojir mile in thit
mitier. Wc hjpe the sneer-'-! of the ex
hibiti'iti i I ! injut prnpoi-tiun to tlio
pains ;t 1 1 i fi.-.liV uikcti in the prepara
tion. (,'oril I'laiiler.Wc will the attentinn
of the f.iriiK-1'o uf this county to the W ex
tern Corn Planter, patented on the l.'Hh
il.iy of June 1305, by Jacob Morns of
thU county. We voinidor it a good max
im to patronize homo manufacture nnd
homo enterprise, nnn therefore ioeci.un
mend our 1.11'mct'a to give Mr. Morris
call and exumino his Cora Pluntcr. We
arc sure, they will even find their ex
pectation surpassed by the rapidity with
which they can work by means of this
Mr Coraiuk's Reaper and Mower.
Wn call the attention of our readers to
the advertisement of the.iu most excellent
machines, They aru already so woll and
favorably known that wc need not spread
tho wingsofourimaginotionto find words
for their praise Mr. John P. Foster,
the i.gent, challenges competition with
any other like machine. Givo him a call
and convince. yourselves by a trial uf tho
superiority uf McCorniicks machines.
Stale Insurance Co.- Reader, is your
property insured? If not, you had bet
ter call on Mr. Geo. I. Cralner. thn trav
elling agent of tho abovo company, who
is m present in our town, no recoom
mend .tho State Insurance Comnanv nnv-
ticularly because is a 7iom institution, and
t ... .
uccauso ii is managed by meu ot good
standing and a fair reputation jn com
mercial circles. No ono can know what
may happsn tn morrow, and ere you aro
aware of it. vnu cau lose Vim r nil. Hun.
sidcr that a littlo care and precaution be
fore, is butter than countless comnluints
after mWfortuue has overtaken you.
A Rare Chauce. Next Wednesday.
the so-calm Stuart Farm, about 4 mile
this side of Cap an Oris, will bo sold at
public auction hy the Sheriff. This farm
is woll known us a fine and desirablo pro
perty, and we call tho attention of persons
wishing to sottlo in this county, to, the
sale, as it oners them a rare cbsnco to se
cure a fine homestead,