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THE LINCOLN COUNTY HERALD
- 1U 1 TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MO.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 186C NO 3.5. VOL. I. THE LINCOLN COUNTY HEEALD U rUHMIIKD rVtlT MID1T BT UniIIV D J, ELLI4, TERMS, tit a year In advance. Rales ef Advertising. ne nnars. 10 lln.i or leu oao Iniortlon, 0 ieh additional loiirtlon - .5 3 Of) a oo ;i of) 1 oo Idmlnl.traton's Notice, Tinal Settlement Nolle., ',L-raT Jotica(of aaltigle ktray,) Etch additional stray In Maine notice, liberal deduction ntll bo made to yearly alvertlrcri. filP All t'jtl aJrtrt!$rminl muil be pr.ld for ttDx" publication lit certified tu, jtfr Transient adrarUtom.nti mu.l bea'ceom Vanio l with tholcuh. IPfT Advertiioncnti aot marked nr numbered mil be Inmted till othetwl,. ordered and chkigod for at the abovo rates. Profculouil cardi of ten linej or !), will bo nutted one year for $10. .Marriage, Dontti , Puueral aud Church notico mil bo publlihod. free. All ooinmunlcatlonj of a personal nature muf I bo publUhcd over tho writer nauic. (tegular Terms of tliv Courts of Lincolu County. COflNTY COUUT. Second Monday in Febru uv, Muv. Augu.t aud November. CIHCij IT COURT. 'ITnrd Mondav la March, und September. ,, OFFICIAL DlIIFfTOItV. fulled State. Hvuato. Juhc 11. Ilendcrscn, of I'lkn I'.iiinty. Iniie I -lllli II. Hi'., nf r.i'prcreulatlvt.1. (ieo I I' ki'. i.lllllV. -i: V.. "arol. I tViimtun Sitlnn. V An I Stale Il-r- .1.1 I. Ml llil ..t I'm mi i' .mi I. T. (!. Pugg, Pike. I . V I'. .IlllltKMll. i'Vi "l I'ir-'iili 1 "lit :id I'ueoiilor. A. II. M .ii tin .t U'lct'S (t-S S .in. .I Cnunty i r I . Jt. I., l.nvel, Presld T. Ingrini, mi l InjriM Wll'm. I t.'ll, i, .hi II i i l.i' '".iki -1.1 .11: I l'.ill......f .if 11 1'P I. 'I Kll t. i ."ii ii v rti.i'iuvi t . w ,..ii.tik. 1 " ' ' t i '- .Vlmim.lt.tli.r I',. II. Ilmlii. I OIIIllV .-..ei,-t. -I. II, Il.lley. , I. il I'M n ;;.'iit. -J .l. MH'IMt'iK. , I. S. Ci.lle...i Iih I it-1 i-ii't . A II. Mat tin.,. MRS. Drvvis'' no a it ! ? sioi si j: Nil II Si'mtli Fhiii-Hi Street, 'Ill .III I ' I i wmuinrivie I.' 1 1. IS, ln. I rjn.i.ut, He. My , n illtlJ lilt le fVlV II. ' ruble nt.leri terin .A t I v ii li r ix t J j ii Ai Ai;ci'ioM:i:it, Tiuttuti; l.lticoiii Count), Mo. t; I I.I, .rai-tin In all thn O.nirtti nf th-' l!ttr.l Judicial Cireull. All l.u. .iimH. eulru.tu l t.. In. eai will bn pruiDptly Jlteu.lod to. Dee. K, 1805. ul ja.hen n .iii;r,Eiiii., ATTORNEY AT LAW, ANd l I I, I T A I Y C Ii A 1 M A G K S T, t TROY, l.iiicntli ( nttat.v Mo., UlTiff in Ilia Court ll.ni.-i' le. 17. I KIT,. i, F. T. WILLIAMS, Allorncy n t Ln w ANU NOTARY PUB IC, Trillion, Mim'oIii County, to is so r III. Oceuiber ll!, I Kll:.. nl !' JAMES A. WARD, ODlc. one lour North'of Hart and Stu:irU, TUOV, December 1!, MS. MO nl 1IENRY QIM.sMvV, Attorney lit T-xv9 TROy, Ml., WL're attend t.. all l.ii,lnc entrusted to li'i in the eouutici uf hltKuln, H'airen, lloutgomery and I'ike. (may Id, ISliO) PORTE II at 1-iU.w, COUNTY, MO., WILLIAM Attorney TROy, LINCOLN Office Iu the Court IIuuno. tltcember 12, IM3. nl lK. J. V,: KOOORICIl! T t TTi Tv-T- m t m HILL SI'MXi) OSK TllJltD )!' bU tiiiiu in I'my, from tbu 'JOth to tae end of each month, where ho will attend to the culU of thimo who may Ue tire liU lerricea , . Xitroua Oaid Oamadrriinlntcred for the painle i removal of teeth. Teeth inierted on Uold Silver and Kuhber Date. Alao, combination of Gold and Itubbcr. ''.SC. lUfercnce, toy old patrons, Office, at VioaUvlllc. June 22, IbflfJ. N. SIMONS, SIGN & HOUSE PAINTER flmp on lot South of tbo Preibytcrltn Troy, X o. Church IB pi.pared it all timet toejiwuto ill work nub t'.iSrlMI aSd dup.r.h Julr -It. kH. .11. 1v (teen asd dupartJi GIBBSj FIELD & ROS, Sl. Charles, Wo, MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHS, CASS1MBRES, SIT- l.ETS, TWEEDS, FLA NH E I S, LIN8EY8, Jt'aiifi Blanket, And Yarns. 500,000 Lbs, W'ool WANTED! . Por which eaili will be paid, or our manufactured flood, exchanged. UII1IIS, lIULI) ROSS. rony i, lSi'.O. Sin ST, CHARLES WOOLEN FACTORY ( .nicr Main & Chauncy Streets ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI. VAVLh WALTON Co., Proprietor's. l'i: at all tint.M pruj ared to (ill order" fur 0-1 FL'LL'U CLOTHS 6-1 MERINO CLOTHS, PLAID L1NSEYS, WIl.TB LIXSKYR, F L A N N E L S. ; J.K -A.:t$TS (of all colors,) (Ait.'i.i.-. n;rm:i) coverlets . All Wool Hlankct, J Stocking l'tmi.t, Etc. ! 'i'ihIIm1 1h It wu inrltc the attention of me; eh imm -net Iji in. if. 1'h.i liiu'liutt In.llLc'. .iie Mil H'mil. I may 1, I860 .lui jo.iTiIi. riTfitci" m vM'K.viTi'iw.n or sy i:r i?uiviis, t iA)IJlSIANA, MO., SELL AS LOW FOR CASH III" I !. nil- m l,o ImuKht at any other KaWi.ry i tho Male". A liberal dlcuuntuu luriro nrdiri i nf i ink iiun.lie.i and over. , IVr.nnK i.r.leriiis ean addrei... llnlry and Co. f..m,......1n .,leul,.,niimhL.Clt.v,nrtl.r..i.t!hmy lr.iellnir nt lit. Williain uonelron, the only an- ! iiiiivi tr.ne inn; acul In tho Mate to tulle or- I .Kir. All otd-r. promptly filled. ...itu... r, t-i j. F. Crawford t U'li'.K'.'iilo and Ketall Dealer in iiooki; Stationery, Cheap VMka .Hons, epapcrs ,v Magazines, No: ,t N- Ith Mrert, BT I.Ort?', M I, rurlii'tllar altehtioii paid to filling all orden lor the Country trade: I'nlili.lier of KluSfc Serlli.inl nn.l Toirn'hlp m.ii. of Miouri: llarclnya dlirrnt of Mivuurl itu- i poiK und 'iVIilitleiicyt Mimuri Purni lloolc. llll'U i, IMIO III ,111 . Ciuipiiian Thompson & Co. KEAt.EltS IS Al.t. KInIiS Ob" i.i nm:ii, Tiinti.R, IixiliM sin (I HliiiileH,' Alio, .Manufacturer- of s.vh, noons, iii.iM)-, tit'. I.ninber i nrd 1"i Uroadway. h.nli Inetory ..l UI....I.... ,(Ilt , ........ J .... ' r an 1 loiirtii, nr. .ii;ir, mil. All kinds ofdrcswd lumber, tneuliling, At,, on h.ind. Ilulldlngof all kludt and Job work atten ded to, V . Jun. 6. no'.', ly Balm6r & Weber, Piiblishcrs of Music, No. 50 Fourth street, b't. Loulil Jlo., PKAI.E118 IK l'lano-Fofies Musical Instruments Of every deiiiption; Weitern Ageiita fur tale o Sttfnudy and Son's Gold Medal, Maimer and Veber. and Miller and Va Pro- mlum I'iauoei, iind Prlneo and Co'. Improved Patent Meii.tiii; which we furnl.h st factory Wholesale and Ketall; Hilary Bnd, Semlnarlr, Profe.inM and Dealen vupplleil nt tho rnnr-t libera .lleo.,nt.-- New Muiio piiblUhcd daily, nnd all new niuilo iiublistii'd in Iho country regularly received. .luneH, IHM n24 7iu X. KRGMEK. r. MABTKN KREMUR & MAUTUN, Proprietor! of tho Lafayette Hit is, Corner Main and Jackion Strccti, ST. CHARLES, MO. Announco to their fr!end and the public that they aro now prepared to deliver a elmice artlelo J iii,.i, u ami in UKH lll.A i n.uui;, COHN MKAh, etc., at the luweat market rath . 11,1. me iiHliiiia the Icwa Uit l'uinti. with do- i t.ielie.l eiiMiol.er, turn t'tiMciiinjta for bundle, upcod, blit Wild kept (raining, and I '"''I"" I'liiup. Hpringnelil, Iiecatur and f.hi- ai!Ktmi t.UMlcr WiW 0 yardu ithcad. ! fn-mid .iuiieit...r.uh i.attonu, all ..f nl.l.hwel " gradually increased this prieei. They will at 'all timet receive aud pay the full valuo for GRAIN delivered at their Mil or the Warvboute of P. Marten, on Clay street. All orders promptly attended to. KitlSMtiK A MARTE.V. Jw 1 18S, n:3, prn Five-Mile Foot Race. A ttitest the IJbIor Cirse A Cauda B7 the WlucrTlBe, S9t 22. From the Maw York Tribune, Auguit I. A Toot raca of five miles for a lUke of 81,000 camo off between Mat. Caatidy, of fiew York, and John Wild, ol uanaaa, oo tho Union Coune, yesterday after noon. Both men aro representative runners, and well known amonc snortins; eiroles : Lut from some cause only a fow attonded the affair. Tho Canadian appearoa on the ground first, -'stripped to the buff, cxcentlnrf a seantv nair of blue tinhls. Cassidy was similarly attired, but his col or was red. In physical proportion there was little difference between tho contestants, Wild being the taller and moro powerful of the two, whilo his opponent was a light weight, with limbs hardened, and appar ently adapted to running. Both had their hair cut short, making their heads look torricr-shaped aud altogether very unattraotive. Each was cirthed with strans around tho waist, and held in their handa some pieces of cork, which they gripped nara when they becamo exhausted. A few bets were offered and taken, Cassidy hav ing the choice. On tho first hoat the running was flow, tho intention of tho contestants being to reserve their full powers to the last. Cassidy took tho in side track, and led slightly over tho first mile. The Canadian went ahead on tho seo ond mile, the speed being incrcaied very little. On coming past the judges, stand the third time tho gait began to got brisk, and the two seconds who had been here tofore accompanying their rcspoetive principles, now turned back to meet thorn half way, in readiness t sponj;o them and uiuUt'jn their tongues with lemon juiec. Camilla was in advance, some; on a kind of Indian lope, with hi head part of thn time down, and his bauds raised to 'his clii'st Cassidy kept on n regular ' rni'O, but did not go over the ground with , tho e:i-'j ol his cniiitictitor. Tin: MViind, third, tind fourth miles bud been run, Wild leading, and now tho ptrugKli fur victory rnmtm need in j;ood earnest. Th'cy both doubled on their at tho distance C.I UK! wintilnrr twist Teillinill i ..: . :.... 'Pi. """., " " (' the whole five miles VftS .JO IlllUtltCH 'ami '22 riecdiids ; the best tine for a sin- 1 ..i :i r. ,? .. ,i. nivi. r ", , . iv;uruiii iu iuu iiiuvuiwu miiim ii LafsulV atnl W Hit, I lie latter l.s plCtlgCU . , ru) a. ,., ; t,u utoi yuacs, for hvi! nr ten miles, lor anv amuutit liom I.... . " SI, 000 to 5,000. The Fall Elections. Tito ((uestiun to bu decided at tin; np proaehing autumn Uougrcssinnal election is the most impoi'taitt that lias ever been submitted to ilio American people sint-e the adoptimi of the Cunsti ttitioii, They will be held in tho following order : h. Tuesday iu September Vermont. 1st Weducsday in September Califor nia. 2d Monday in September Maino. st Monday in October Florida and Mississippi, Is.t cdncsday in October Georgia. 2d Tuesday in October Iowa, Indi ana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. 4th 'I hursday in October West Vir- . ginia. t 1st Monday in Novombcr Louisiana, st Tuesday in November Kansas; JJtssouri, Miefiegan, Miuncsota, Nevada, v','.,.n..i.. III;...,; M,:ii.,i MassaohU' setts, .Delaware, New Tork, and New Jcraov 2d Tuesday in November- Colorado. 4th Monday in November South Car olina, In all, twenty-six Sta(:s. The Registration. , Neither the Constitution or the regis try law leave it iu the power of tho regis trar or judges of eleotion, to excludo a vote. His name must go on tho books, cither as n qualified voter, or disqualified voter. If a rejected voter, tho book must show why ho is roioctcd. The roll is to bo kept separate and all the faots must be stated. All appeals Irom the decision f roi'Ntrar mnal nlsn hn tinier! nn thfl ot tuc registrar must also oo noted on tne rccistry. So all may register, ono way or another, and it is important that tho namcs of a w,0 pefg0ng 0f tn0 8g persons of tbo ago ot -1 years and over, shall appear on tne poll books, cither as a voter or non-voter, tbat ull tbo facts may go up to a higher ..II, I I .v.H.Inn Jl..n.l iiiuHiiui. M..iugiuu yauuaoiau. A Man named atone exclaimed in a tavern. "I'll bet u sovoroign I have got the hardest nanio iu tho company." "Bono." said one of tho comnanv : ."what's your namo?" "Stone," cried the first. "Hand mo the money," said the or other, "my naUlO IS Hardest. A Sugar-House burned during tbo Portland fire, cantained about 1,000 hogs heads of sugar which was precipitated in to tho cellar where it was melted into syrup, and lus been burning cm since. Manfactirfig ia lie 8lh. From tb LouUrllle Courier, 10th. An iutolliccnt. Gentleman, a resident of Georgia, furnisb'cs us tho information, which wo must confess surprised us much, that thero at this time in process or erec tion in that Stato seventy-two mills for tho. manufaoture of calicoes. This is an astdnishinz faot: but it is nevertheless tuo natural consequence or tbo events or the last nvo years, ao long as ino peo plo.of tho South could control their no grocs and direct their labor, tho cultiva tion cotton was tho most profitable in reatmont for eanital. and all surnlua can- ital Went each year for ho purchase of negroes, land and agricultural imple ments. The only object seemed to be the incrcaao of tho production of that jj-vnt staple. Land was bought for, pur poses of cultivation, and negroes purchas cd to stock it. It was very difficult to est a Southern man to look at or consider any proposi- . ' . .1 ' 1 - 11 '"7 . lion tor any oiucr maae oi invcsimeui. Ttts was tho causo of tho absenco of man ufacturing establishments, atd jhat mul titude of other improvemonu which aro seen, on every sldo throughput the North ern States. Whether the svatein was wlso or not ia not now tho Question; but 1 !. ipl. .1 A-A-ifi- r. so it was. xno ucsiruciitjo ,oi slavery, however, has produced a revolution, and results hitherto unknown iu that section aro constantly presented. Capital will not, as before, seek investment in land, because the negroes cannot bo procured to stock it, nor in negroes, because they aro froc. A vast amount of capita) will thcrofore bo compelled to seek investment i i i . i in oiucr urar.cucs oi industry, anu as manufacturing offers the highest induce ments, much of it will turu to that. Cot ton and woolen mills will bo multiplied from year to year, uutil tlio South will fiinally bo able to work up her entire crop of cotton, and will export the manu factured fabrics instead of the raw mate rials, as heretofore. The New Illustrated Edition or Web sters Dictionary ? This seemingly dry and certainly pon derous book has its peculiar .charms. Hero is collected and tersely :ot down a van quanty of various and useful knowl edge, such as is indispensable jo educa ted men and women. Here are an hun dred k fourteen thousand words, defined with a clearness, fullness, precision, and woaltli of illustration, that dciiole the soundest scholarship, and tho most entire lidMity In laborious details. Altogether the work is a marvelous specimen of learn ing, taste, and thorough labor. We praise it, heartily, because wo believe it deserves the heartiest praise. rtcw lork Albiou. Railroad Sleeting. There was a meeting at Fayette, How ard county, last Monday called by the County Court for the purposo oi con- Mdering tho propriety of taking part in the construction of a railroad from Boon- villc to some point ou the North Missou ii Railroad. J ml ire Jackson prcsidtd over tbo meeting, and stated its object in a clear and concfro manner. A resolu tion, was adoj.tod, requesting tbo county ('curt to order a special election, taking the, sciisc of tho tax payers of Howard eotyjty on the proposition to take. stock iut tbo road, to the amount of $35,000, and the mcsting adjourned. Dispatch. L'AItt(Otiff.T5' The- cholera oxclte- racnl here is abating,, and strict sanitary measures have been adopted; 'The Board of Health has prohibited tho salo of mel ons, green apples, green peaolics, 'cabbage cucumbers, squashes, sweet potatoes, egg piani, preen corn, ireeii vcni, ircsn porn, fish and fresh sausages. Wants tuk Money for Niaaeiu. Gcb'rgo It. Smith, of Pettis county, is one ol the tallest cockalorums ot tne radical pari?, and a member of the State Senate. Ncveriholcss, George R. Smith wants pay for "them eight niggers," whom the Fed eral troops carried off from him during tne war. lie maao a ciaim on me uov errim'ent for tho valuo of the "chattels," and the claim is pending yet. Dispatch The Chicago Tribuno and Cincinnatti lommcroial radically radical naners. aro denouncing Congress in tbo pitterost terms. They assert that the course Con cress is nursninr? will bankrunt the coun try and lead to repudiation und general -,. - . demoralization. i, Every day brings us additional proofs that the friends of the President and his policy will stand shoulder to shoulder in the tall eleotions. Sio matter what par ty tbey have acted with heretofore, i common enemy and a common cause will induce every true patriot to make any sacrifice to rostore the Union and save the oountry from another war. Of a family of six persons, ia Phils delpbia, all of whom recently returned from a pleasure-trip in a sail-boat on the Delaware river, violently ill, five have died. It seems they took on board a bundlo of clothing which they found floating on the river, probably thrown overboard from some vessel upon which thero was a contagious disease. Violent retching and fever were the , forms of the disease, and alter death the bodies assum ed a dark purple hue'. Tie Hth CMgress Again. The Comnilssioncirs on tho part of Mis sissippi ana. liouisiana, who .were recent ly in Washington,, endeavoring to get Congress t,o, appropriate raonoy to, aid in reconstructing the jevecs, along tho Mis sissippi river broken during the war, state that the land now ovicrflowc.d and propos ed to be reclaimed In that soction, .would produce 3,000,000 biles of, cotton, 1,01)0 000 hogsheads of sugar, and ,1,600,000 barrels of molasses. Tho labor of rais ing these vast eropa would have employ ed millions of people. Congress, howev er, it will bo remembered, struck out tho appropriation for the repair of tho levees while it had no scruplo in voting. more than ,3600,000 of tho people's money in to the private pockets of its me&bers, and millions to jobbing speculators and corporations. St. Louis Republican. The rlleaSUles 1 tne Atlantic Catle Both ends of the atlintic cable, are at tached to British soil., and wo Americans who hav,o been andrc so jubilant over the success of the enferpriso should not forget tho fact. Suppose Ungbnd and the United States should become hostilo to each other, jrhat would the cable ben efit u? Or suppose England should be involved in war with somo other foreign nation, what guarantee have we that the cable will not be injured by the latter. St. Louis dispatch. flood Wneat crop, , .Mr. Wbeirheim, of Randolph county, Ills,, this year taiscd 2,880 biishols of wheat ou 120 acres of land, au averago of 24 bushels to tho acre, by measure. ,It will make 3,00Q bushels by weight, and will bring 80,000 at the neighboring mills or S&U per aero tor tho year a production. litis is very good, but it,, was beaten a long way by a Carroll county (Mo.) far- A ,r, t t...l.Ti . Trtic, he had but fivo acres in cultivation but -what ,a" bu raised on that could bo averaged ou fivo hundred. Tho Kiiicston Banner, commenting on the wonderful political revolution just now going on, says: "mere are nun drods of ultra, men, top, who are begin ninr to show somo signs of repentance "..!. . ... .1 !..!. U 1-1 I .1. wavuiuig ,io uiuir iuiiu iu iuu cuiuiuu uu itv. and manifostiii!; a disnosition to come over to thn wliftc man's party of tho country,. To those wo would say, in the beautiful language of "Brick l'omcroy." "Come ye sinners, poor and needy, Bruisod und broken, sick and sore, Johnson ready stands tc save you, Now this cruel war is o'er." . The revelations made in the testimony before tho War Committee show that Ucucral Butler, is under charge of having abandoned tho attack of , Fort Fisher, bc causo a friend of his had three thousand bales of cotton iu Wil i.iugtoii, of which Butler was tj get half, if he ,would con trive to "work it Luroun'lt. JJy the cap ture ot Wiimmgtop, this cotton would have been lost to the partners. The Bal timore (iazcttc hays' this charge has never becu refuted. Under if (etcher's gospel dispensation it is a criino lor a man to expatiate upon tho Dccalouuo who cannot subscribe to a cast iron oath kindly mannfactuicd for tho Missouri clergy.. Wo suppose the main objection lies, not so much against the preacher as the text. "Thou shalt not steal 1 at. Jjquis uaiiy I lines The Indianapolis Journal says that Robort Trotter, of Ladoga, a well known cattle dealer in that State, who was re ported several weeks since as having so successfully duped some of the Indianap olis banks by furged paper, has escaped beyond the lines of United States juris diction. It is, .generally conceded tbat Trotter succeeded in swindling banks and individuals to tho amount of nearly three hundred thousand dollars twenty -five thousand of whioh he obtained in Indian apolis, and the rcmaiudcr in New York and Buffalo. The Rebels in 1800-1 when they were inaugurating the late war, shipped the government arms to tho South. ( The Radicals, who are seeking to inaugurate another war have ordered the government arms to bo distributed North. The Rebels were cleaned out and the government arms captured. iis to ry oiton repeats men. A storv is told of a man in Indiana whu had been in declining health' for . 1' t. -nf.-.l montns ana was muon amiotea wun auo. Ho took a heavy dose of quinine, which caused him to vomit, violently. In the nroeess of vomiting hi expelled from his stomach a livo snake eleven inches long and ot tuo tuicaness oi ao ordinary pipe stem. , In London kid cloves are sold for thir ty-five to forty cents, a pood broadcloth coat for ten or twelve dollars, and n full suit of travelling clothes tor eight dollars .. . - . ih The Kansas City Advertiser describes a pitiable eight which met its notice du ring the late storm in that city. It was a young lady, caught away from borne, who lost hur tiat, hoops and parasol, in the storm. Some ono in Chicago sends the 'ireae- m-sioes oavn oeen, khibu in iubi chv m ory $14,000 as belonging to the United , the last teu days while engsged in t-iual-Huiea tioK- The last was shot!y a uegnt w'" 8kenaai and FletelMr. It is with no littU gratiieatio we an nounce to our frienjjU that ia thelatecon ference betweea., General,. Sherman and Governor Fletohej,,. Was, settled that there was to be no.morenilitary compa nies, ,no more arming of negroes ia tirnn of peace, In this State j tht.the mardora, arsons, and theft of tho Radicals hsd to be punished ; no more cIUubs or preaehets to be .hunted and, shot iiV.dogs, as4 the murderers go unpunished lbs bloody, deeds of the Radicals must ead .at wee ; Radicals aa well as .Conservative are to obey the. ws or suffer the consequences; .Ifeeddm of speech to be gvsraateed; th eleetions not, to, be int,rtered ,,wiui by armed Ra,d,ical mobs bf .froemejB in a free country are to have tba right to oast a free vote. The. Governor to. issue s proclamation to the cltixens . of tire Stato in accordance with the above- JrY ask, is not thiftglorious aews'to all, Radicals, as well as Conservatives. Could the thing go little further and have in it no partisan judges, no,, mora juries, to bo summoned,. of a partisan character, but the best men without regard to party. We feel that every, good, man should rejoice that Radicalism, has been checked in its mad .career, and, the futuro pros eocta of our oitisens saade to look, so hopeful. W cerUlnly think tha Uon. aherman in this instance naa nccn.a, mes senger of poaeo. Let all rejoice that.U r any is.to end and pcaco to reign. Inde pendent rress. .- -Revoked. Washington, August 18. The.rccont general order passed, by Gen. Grant, requiring department ,:om- manders to lorward copies oi sucn nuws papers within their respective commands as are continuing statements of disloyal ty and hostility to tho government in any of its branches, w,ith n view to their sup pression, has been revoked. Vai.ttable Cow. A cow was pur chased, by a clergyman of this city, ou the 18th of October, and to this day ho has received for milk and butter 8117.60, be sides having nil tho milk, wcatn and but ter for four in family. What was used iu family overbalances, by one-half, the cost of keeping row. Hvory clergyman ahould..havo a ccw (a well as any other man,) i ho can coax the liov.me to -givo down" at that rate. Michigan City (Ind) Enterprise. A ,Wisb Precaution. Tho North Missouri Railroad Company bus taken tho prcciution of supplying all the trains passing over its roads with an abundant supply of an approved cholera' remedy prepared by ono of the best druggist in tho city. Any ono taken with tho dis ease on its trains will therefore have thn remedy, at hand. This strike us as n most excellent arrangement at the pres ent time. Wo aro informed also that tho South wcst.l'acifio road will mako the same ar rangement to-day, and suggost that it would bo well fur all other roads from this city. Stronh hut not (iIiackkhl. A iu-, tico in an eastern town, better versed iq law than gospel, not long siaco married a couplo in this way: "Hold up your hands. You solemnly swear that you will faithfully perform tho duties of your office, jointly and severally, according to, your best skill and judgment, so help you god. That's all, fee one dollar." ., This is almost as laconic as the CuMoaa House oath : "Tako off your .hat, held up your hands, toMpyovjodaquarttr. Governor Fletcher is very lo'wl in h'ia proiessions oi love lor jfuusourv no don't know of acj. man in the world wh has a better reason for loving the gallant old State. She irr bread and drink p Ike Fletcher family, hneal,,and collateral. There isn't, a cousin or second eousin of tho GovornV's, but has chsrge of a rail rW,(or' something of tha, sort, and we understand, the stock having run a little short, they have sent for hts Excelleney gundniother, who lives ,at some Jlaoe, "Down East," to look after ,thc interests of tjie State in tho Hannibal and St, Joe. Verily, it isfun for, the,Fptcher family but death tq,,the people of Missouri. Caldwell Banner of Liberty. A New Yorker who is posted on the tariff ojf cnargea by retail liquor dealers, says that they .make enormo.us profits.--A glass of ale costing three ,cenU they, sell for ten ; a glass of .beer costing two cents they sell, for five conts ; a bottls nf sod water costing four cents, is sole tor ten cents ; qber liquors, costing, an' aver age of five cents a, glass, afe Fold for ten, cents, while cigars costing from five to fifteen cents sro sold all tho way lrom ten, to thirty cents. The same will sply to almost every city in the Union. Agcntlcman from Gi,lc,s informs the Faye'tteville (Teiin.). Observer that fivo. ' 1 L I 1 1 i I a ! aw tue laiei u u CJPli eai oi inn . iu with a sack of corn on bis shoulder. Tho papers call Congress "the Rump Coi'gres-a." If this. Cou;',re3s is the ctvin trv'.i llunip, the cnnntiv bhould ha'w itr' Rump well l.lcksd'