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THE LINCOLN COUNTY
THK LINCOLN COUNT? HERALD
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COfXTV COURT Second Monday In Febru
rv. Miiv, AusKt iiinl N'ovfinlnT. .
i'lltrb'IT CUt'llT. Third Monday In Miirdi
and Fourth Moii.l.iy In ."--j'tt-iul.ir.
t'liltcd Stnti-s Senators.--John II. ltvndcrferl,
Mnl li. Ilniti ifronn.
MmiU-ruf Ciitiii:! Ninth Ulitrlct. Oeorgi
W. An.lrri.no, of I'lke eMitiry.
Stall1 Sennttir. K. II. (.'ii'tmll.
ltii'ri'icntutlvi". .1 UiiiMc'ii Sit tut; .
Jii'lc of firrult Court. T. J. U. r'agit, I'lke.
t'lrriill Attorney, K. I'. .lohiinui.
Jii'lM of Ooiinty 1,'uurt. M. I.. I.ovcl, l'rc.ld
I li I.". Sam. T. liiftruiu, uuil James Wll.-oli.
I'l.-rk uf Circuit Court and Recorder. A'. Ifi
Clerk of Coiintv Cum t and Sihool Cuitimtf-ion--i
I'. C. ':.ik-.
Sberltrnnd Collector of tterenneii. J. U. Knox.
County Trutmirur. S. it. Woollolk.
I'ulillu Administrator. It. II. Hudson.
LVinty Assuror. 11. II. Smiley.
County Suicrliiteiidint of Coi.nunii ihoul nud
.mil CVnlni Ajrent. .Ina. ,l. .MeClellun.
V. S. Collector 'lth llijtilct. A II. Mnrtln.
No. IT Smith Fuuitli Street.
.ST. I.OI'IS, MO.
rran.lent. Weekly ami 1i.it 1:innlur. :u-?ouiiiio-Jile.l
mi leafoiiulilu term.
Attorney at Law:
Triutnii, I.lnriilii Count-, Mo.
M ll.l Jiractlec In nil tho Comt of the third
Judleiiil Cireiilt. All littilmii rntru-tct'. to
ture will bo iiroiniitly iittciidud to.
Dee. 13, 18(15. ul
.1 AM U" .71. 8 cB. K M.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
1 1. 1 T A I Y C L A I M AUK X T, I
TltOV, Lincoln County, .Mj.,
Dffiie In th! Curt
F. T. WILLIAMS,
u. 1 1 o i ii o y lit La w s
m i s s o tj it r.
Dc.uiber 12, IbHi. Ill ly
JAMES A. WARD,
1 'liyMicin.il Sc SJxtvffeiirii
ORiee ono loor Norlh'ofHarl and Kluart!
December 12, 1801. al
Office In (bo Court licuae.
December 12, 18AS. r.l
OR. J. t. CiOO-DKI&Il
WILL SPENT) ONE THIRD OF
his time In Troy, from the 20th
a in."'; .it... i
,rliiah tfce of th0" wh0 rasy d0 ,
Nltroua Oald Unmndmlcintered for the palnlo i
ivuidtui m ubidi icein in.ertea on nom niiyer i
Alio, combinatica of Gold and
SSSU Reference, my old patrons,
$0. OOlee, at WentiTllle. June i
TVTOTICE Is hereby given to all persons Interes-
Al.t.d that the undesigned Administrator of tha
ytau of Richard H. Bliuton deceased, win make
final Settlement of hi, administration of said es
tate at the neat November term of tho Lincoln
county Court, to be begun and held In Troy, on
.mraiuj luii ism uay oi novemoer ihoo,
JOHN O. ULANTOV. Aduilnl.lritar.
fipt,27, 1866, no40 3t
STRAYED or stolen from the undersigned liv
ing Arc miles north of Auburn, a Grey Mare,
itn years. Old, about 16 bands high, scar on ont
of her fore tegs, also scar on point of same shoul
der alto a black mare mule colt, (suckling) large
aud fine, also a two year old bay mare Male, bran
d or. lelt shoulder with the letters T, h. The
f,r,,:.i"w."9. wm ch"fy w I'd rur any in-1
. ..r . v uo
7."""" icaaing to uie recovery or said animals. ,
Afld.fi.M mi fl .0 v 1
,, , inujino U, uuu,
i.Jij,n r0rr. r" N- HONPIL?, TroyJ
. icei-. nil ,iw I
GIBBS FIELD & ROSS,
Hi, Charles, Iflo,
iwtiis. mwmw, sat-
Iiets, tu i:i:ds,
A. n t Yarns;
500,000 Lbs, Wool
V A NT13 !
Fur which caili will be aj, or our manufacture
cnins, i'iui,r ros.
nay 4, ISM. fiin
W D II 1 F N F A fi T fl R Y
(.truer Molhife Cbnuncy Streets
ST. UJJARLKS, SIISSOUBI.
PAULL WALTON & Co.,
l all tires .reuied to fill order, for
-4 FULIi'D CLOTHS
0-i MKU1XO CLOTHS,
F t A X X E 1. S,
JEAHSTS (of all color,)
OARI'KTsj, KI(JIJRKI) COVERLETS ,
All Wool Manlids,
Stocking Yarns, Etc.
To all of Whleh we lnv il the i.Mentlon of mer- '
chntu ai.il f..rn,i i. ..The i,i-in.?t muiket
lirleo paid fur Wool. "". . ih'i'i Mn ,
MANCFAfTl'it ii ov and (fliii.t.lling, those of tho hinder aro
WOODFN I?IT3IIS, ' extremely graceful und agile. Altogoth
t AtiR.r . v-. or !t " 0,10 of ',10 most wonderful curios-
j.vuini.v.Y, iuw., i
WH ore rnnklng the Tnirn. City Pump, with do
taehed ehamlier, Iron LisUiilnH for hiiudle.
llie Ulinilii l'uuip, HprlKKlielil, Deeiitor und Clil-
eii;;o pattern.. Alto, the l'iiii:-yliiiiil.i l'muji,
lliio und JoikvIioioukIi p.ittun;, all of whleh D
j SELL AS-LOW FOR CASH
n tlmy can lie bought lit ati fitlier I.i l"ry in the
I'liltnl State?. A lilir.il ill'countoii l.irg'i mdera
ui UN I J I. in, .In. I and otir.
I'ern.iij orduiii i.iii ad lr i.il Haley and Co.
t ComniNrlun lueicliiiiil m thlseliy, i.r ihioiih my
tLiveling agent, Wllllmi lloiiel-on, tho on.y nti
thurized tinxeltlii ngent In the Muto to t.iko or
der?. All nr.leiK piouipily tilled.
may IS, istlil n'JI 8m thouMaw, mo.
Wl.u!e,a!o and ltetall Dealer In
, Stationery, Cheap P, Mica,'
tions, i-'cwspapcr". & Magazines,
Ni.i .VI .V: 4th htrtet, st Louis, Mo'contury. "So far from derising in that
.-uriicuiar niicntion paid to filling all ordcra
i f"i' ;:,i ,r::?' ....,.. i
nniiof .Missouri: llarcla dlirert of Mianuiiri lie
. - r..i,r
poii una imtie.'rye .MlKsouri torni liook.
Juno ti, Ibtitt ii 7 is
Chapmaii Thompson & Co.
:fcAiU:;! iri am. kinds op
k MI. TI Hi: It, TITIIII Jt,
T.n,t!is tin tl liingrles.
Alfo, Manufacturers of
SAHII, UUOHS, UL1M)H. 6iC.
Lumber Yard 421 Iiroadway, 8a.li Factory
and Planing Mill, Locust . treut, between Third ,
nni i'ourlb, ST. LtJUln, MO.
All kind, of dreniad lumber, moulding, it., on
hand. Uuildingof all kind uud job work atten
ded to. Jan. 5. no 2. ly
Balmer & Weber.
Publishers of Music,
No. 56 Fourth fctrcot, 8t. Louis Mt.
Piano-Fones X Bfusleal Iistraaeits
Of every dctcrlptlon; Weitera Agent, foraaleof
... j.,7.7 ir-.fl
BatiAr and TTcfaer.. and MRIar and Co'. Pra
return Pianoea, and Prince- and Co'i Improved
Intent Mclodeons, which wa furnUh at factory
pricen, Wholeiale and Retail; '
Military Hands, Seminaries. Frofenori ' and
Dealers supplied at th most liberal dlieoont.
Ne".u!iV F "''. Ully, and .11 Mwmuslo
r".01'"" " snuniiy reguiany received.
June 8, 1868 n24 7m
V. X. K REM SR. F. MARTEN.
KRKMKIt & M Alt TEN,
Proprietors of tha
Corner Main and JaeVion Streets,
ST. CHARLES, MO.
AnHAnne.tfl Ih.lr frliM. .n.1 knmtt.1tM tl,.! IliAW
aro now prepared to dWhr.r a' choice article of
CORN MEAL, etc,
and BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,"
prices. Tney win
11 at all tlmeVVeeoPre and w
iino.it invj win .i . 1 1 uinos receive ana
the fall value for GRAIN delivered at tbelr Mil
or the Warehouse of F. Marttn. on Clay itrett.
All orders promptly atMDOea lo,
r rIrEMER k MARTEN
June T 1W, n23. T
e.. at th. Inv.it m.rWl mk.;. - - .. . If V -0----I
TROY, LINCOLN COUNTY,
jLusas Natira-llair Horse.'Hair Ox.
Irom the Indianapolis Journal.
During tbo last wcok an animal was
brought to tliis city from tjio northern
part of this State, tho like or which was
never before seen. A year ago wo learn
ed from several reliable gentlemen, who
had seen It, that such a monster was ex
tant, though rather too diminutive to at
tract much attention. About the middle
ot tho next month its keepers concluded
that it had attained growth sufficient to be
exhibited and it was brought to this city
remain till after the Stato Fair, but its
extreme viciousncss tendored it unsafo
and improper to allow it to stay here.
The gcnoral characteristics and feature
of the horBo are closely blended with
those of tho ox in this atrango and re
markable beast. The head and neck nrb
broad and heavy, giving it the fierce dis
position of the buffalo, ruthor than tho
quiet and docile character of tho ox, whilo
a mane reaching from the forehead to tha
i shoulders, and sweeping to the knees,
aiius to mo general appearance or leroei
Tho horns nre hcayy nl tho k
very short, and remarkably polished and
DOintoa. The eve is dull, but (mrm-rntu
things unutterablo an expression of lat
ent power ani aeviusnncss, which the
general appearenee of the animal oonfirms.
Tho muxzle is black and ugly, the wido
nostrils armtlnc a larco breathing ann.
ratus and unconquerable endurance.
ti. i .. j . ..
uu jnn is iiuiivy uuu promiaent, mo
'forehead full but rather square. Tho
I depth of tho shoulder is very groat, the
l I'oro legs short and .'nrgo, the foot broad
; and deeply cleft. But hero tho bovine
' rc.cmblatico ceases altogether, and the
! equine characteristics begin. Tho body
U slight and rounded, closely covered by
a glossy coat of fine -hair; a long, flowing
tail nearly rcachinj: tho crouud. The
"i"ucr lcSs,aro moo1 Ul1 VtLo M thos0
u. i. iMkv'iivii uiiu inu iiuui5 rutiior
slight, but well formed, contrasted with
tl o heavy legs ond cleft hoofs of tho for-
warU, V?" 01 l" nn,wal- la R", too, it
is a ludicrous cross bctwccu that of tho
two brutes of whoso nature it seems to
I partake. Whilo the motion of tho for
I ward part of the bodv aro slow, awkward
,tlos to bo found in the animal kimrdom.
Wl ill . 1 n o
Who will glvo it a namo?
Ad Uoncst Confession.
If "an honest confession is good for tho
soul," wo havo no doubt that tho Itopub
lic.ni Indianapolis correspondent of tliu
Uoston Advertiser feels better after un
Losotning hiuisolf ai follows in a letter to
"In 1S01 our (the lladicsl) vote was
0,5(10 now it will uot be over C. fiOO!
now it will not be over C 5001 Evroy well
informed man, ltcublican or Domocrat,
knows that our majority of two years ago
was partly made up of fraudulent votes."
The policy of tho Radieal leaders to
wards the southern rebels is precisely
that of certain royal and priestly Chris
tians towards tho Jews in tho thirteenth
ago to COIIVCrt them, " Says llutlic," it
. i r.n. nm h.nfiAr, ..i.v.o.inn
Jew embruced Christianity ho forfeited
alt ins goods, without oxeoption to tho
king, or his suporior lord. Tlicso plun
derers were careful lost the profits secur
ing from their dominion over that unhap
py race should be diminished by their
, Boys Using Tobacco.
A strong and sensible writer says a
good sharp thing, and a truo one for boys
who uses tobacco. It has utterly spoiled
and utterly ruined thousands of bovs. It
tends to softening and weakening of the
bones, and it greatly injures the brain tho
spinal marrow, and tno whole nervous
fluid,' A boy who smokes early and fre
quently or in any way uses large qnanti
tics of tobacco, is never known to make a
man of muoh energy ,and gonerally lacks
muscular and physical as well as mental
power. We would particularly warn boys
who want to be anything in th world to
shun tobacco a moat baneful poison. It
injures the Uath. It produces an un
healthy state or the throat and lungs
hurts, the stomach, and blasts the brain
and nerve. '
Tux Laroxst Apple ur America.
Wo have on our table an ancle nre-
Rented ua by Colonel W. O. Buford, from
the farm of Mrs. May A. Milan, which
we venture the assertion cannot be beaten
on the Amerioan continent for site and
',!!, t. .. of tha j , mtM ..j
moflgu're f.-nn tlir nii.ta lnfc..
measures utteon and three-quarter inches
- . . ....
. w..-...w, ......,-.jui
ounces and is one or a lushel and, a half
irom tug same wee turn averairea oneanu
... -4. ...l, ti,
a hair pounds each. Who says Missou-
I " "?,t.a,Vult 1 Bro.w,nS C0UDt--H.
The Citv Clerk of Snrinirfield. M.a...
in turning over tbo musty records i
j- o " i 1
' has found a warrant iBSUcd
lectmen of the town of Snrinrfialrl - n
yojr, jOrdenng Ivy per
sons wno uaa maue inemseives citisens
.1. . ' , .1 i
Hon to rot out of It limits within flftoaa
nimuu, me mwu e cvunuii auu uvproua-
, . .
'days, on jaiu of severe jpenaity.
MO.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1866.
KTcw York, Oct. 19. A Tribune Leav
enworth ppccial says dates from 1'ucbla'
Colorado Tcrltory, .Oct. 8th, says that
tho Uto Indian aro committing fearful
depredations throughout tho country,
stealing stock, kilting men, &o., and have
carried away ono man's wife and children.
Farthor. information in rogard to the
fight at Trinidad says Col. Alexander
reached the soeno just'in time to witness
tho attack of a ranoho by tho Indians.
Ho ongaged them five miles along the
Purgatory killing thirteen, with the loss
of on j soldier killed, and two wounded.
Ho pursued tho Indians but was unable
to tuko them,
Tho Indians made an attack on soldiurs
andeitltena. The Indiaris.Wcro repulsed
with loss of twMvo killed. They wore
fighting last evening, result unknown.
Letters from Pucbla to Donver aonlv
for arms and ammunttton against the lto
Indians, who aro reported to have killed
fifteen persons, and made prisonors of one
Kansas City. Oct. 20. Hits of tiro
soribed Conservatives are coming in at
inuepenaence, trout registered list, 245;
WestportflG; Court-House nreoinct. Kan
sas City, 69: nino districts in the county
and six, inoluding MoGoo's addition, in
Kansas City, to herr from. It is ono of
tho most villainous outrages on white men
ever attempted, including men who have
served in the Union service. Can such
predetermined lawlessness succeed? Tho
proscribed aro among tho best citizen of
tho county and wcro registered without
nny hesitation by tho registers according
to tho preconcerted Fletcher programme.
Tho Conservatives propose having a
graud rally before tho Court of Appeals
at Independence, on Tuesday' to contest
the matter. As I informed you, such was
tho infamous Radical game in which Van
Horn's canvass consisted. Tho attempt
ed fraud is so barefaced and gross as to
be ludicrous, and will doubtless be simi
On Thursbay evening Inst, Miss Vin
nio Bodinc, n most amiable and accom
plished daughter of Mr. Isaio A. Dodinc,
of this county, was so horribly burned
by her clothes taking fire, whilo ongaged
in somo domcstio duty, as to cause her
death tho following morning. Sho was
an intelligent and highly interesting
youii" lady, greatly admired and bcluv
by a laruc circle of relatives and acquaint
anccs. flic met her futo with i-reat firm
uof-s, retained her full souses to the last,
calmly nave directions ns to hor buriol.
and left messages for absent friends. Sho
i i,.ft , r. i . ui..:
was brought to this place for interment.
Paris Mo. Mercury, Oct. 18.
Now Yoak, Oct. ID. A special Wash-
ington dispatch to the Boston Journal of
yesterday morniug states that treaties
with tho Tmpcrial Government of Mexico
have been agreed upon and aro under
process of exchange; Tho French troops " ' "l. . i i . , i
and Maximilian withdrew this year from ?ffb,al,4 -,0,tt?r vc
t j.-- mi.. it..!.-.i u..i' . vuiuicu. wiuuu urouufiL oiii a luiicr irom
"I:....' -r.,. ;::m:'v General Grant to Ilillvcr which G rcshara ' term in the Penitentiary and
the French claims 7. OZ, , V "H. of tormiucd not tojethcr.
Mexico secedes to tho United States, the & 'LkJi1 C"-U" ?' U,lljrcr 8 M Tho NslwTll7nae77B"that
Province of Lower California and other I fe' B' c" Jn"? every pre J" ff . ' ""
uxlt-n0W preSCnl 80Ulnw0Sl
,. .. i. ..
A Female Candidate for Congress.
Mri, Elizabeth Cady Stanton presents
nersoit, in a card puDiisiiod in the Anti
Slavery Standard, to the voting nopula
tion of tho Highlit Congressional District
of New vork aa a candidate for Ifanrn
ot ew yorK, aa a oanoiuato tor llepro-
sentativo in Congress. Sho professes in-
dcpondcnt pr.nc.Dles, w.th a moral reser-
vat.on in favor ot tho Republican party
provided it advocates negro suffrage, uud
asks aupport on tho Inch ground of safety
of th'o nation and justice to its citizens.
Snooting Affray at Lexington, KY.
Lexington, Ky., Oot- 17. Thisoveu
ing, about twenty minutes to seacn oilock
a most terrible shooting match ocurred at
the Broadway Hotel Mr. Horaco Armant
and Mr. JJen Warheld entered the offico
of tho hotel, almost
at tho samo moment
meed to firo at each
and instantly commancod
otner. Armant waa
breast, and ia but slightly wounded War- ,T r , V-7 l,euftliaO;- -field
was shot in thehoulder and also in f"J IuJ auf ' tu", out ,h thoso "i3t . ' r' '
the bowels, and will undoubtedly d.'6.
Prospects in Loulaaua.
Washington, Oot. 17,'
Maj. Gen. Sheridian commanding the
DcDartmentof tha Gulp, haa tranemitV,? In
General Howard of the Frcedtnea
vm.www, m ivyvi, vt ,HV VVMUIWUU Ul .110
liureau, a report of the condition of tho
ireedmen In-Lousana Tor the quarter
ona-ing Boptimoer 30, 1800. '
i Tfco Hnnr.i ..ia t,. .1.
cotton bto e oomv. The eontlmLl ,!
heavy rains of August and tho early Dart
nf Renlomr.or' tnifollini. Utv ,1,. ..
I w l w--w- illU UllUVUC
ftflAA nf f hA nf rriu A Antt.- t
uTAM V! ,u .aauI
" "V"" Pu,B"un 01 lUB
At the great fire Quebec f week,
n em. i , . 1
i.uuu nouses ntcro hiirnca. ana over tvrn
, milllnn. wnril, r n,nwi .i,n..,l. on
)0ll people are arithout a shelter.
The Latent I''aliioii(.i
Siuce tho invention and successful in
troduction of tbo Celebrated Duplex El
liptio or double! Spring Hoop Skirts by
.nr. J. w. Jirauioy. ot flew lork, the
ladies throughout tho country have given
up the idea of discarding the fashion of
up the tdeaot discarding the fashion of "';" puvi.jr araopg mo
weaflng hoop skirts on account of tho Indian"- A:notig thent were several wo
pccullar And graceful manner iu which men and children, of whom the Governor
the Duplex' akir's adapt themselves to savs:
every exigency ond emergency. So gen-
orally acceptable have thcscSkirts bucomo
that the ladies rccard them as a special
favorite in viow of tho superior uoxiuilitv.
lightnessand durability combined in their
manufacture'. They also consider them
a far moro economical and comfortable
IT, Ul.i.l. I 1 1-
"uui uikiiin iiiui uur uus ur ran ue uiauo
for all crowded assemblages, for tho pro-
menado or house dress. Any lady after ntlhoiimc. James Hcnsm wa captured
wearing ono of these Skirts will nevor in llatnilloii county; 'hut has uorocollcc
afterwards willingly dispense with their tiou of the tim'b. I learned that his wid-
use. liong experience in the manulacturo
of Hoop Skirts has proven to tho propri-
otors of this invention' that single-springs
will always retain that stiff, unyielding
and bungling atylo which has over char-
aeterixed them, whereas the dotlblo;snririg
hoop, or the Duplex Elliptic, will be
found free from these objections. Not-
withstanding tho ability of iho manuf.ict-
urcs, Messrs. Wests', llradlay & Cary, to
turn out over six thousand Skins per day
from their largo manufactories in New
York, thoy feol obliged, to request all
merchants ordoring tho Duplex Elliptic
Skirts, to send their orders n few days
bef'oro thoy are wanted, if possible us thoy
aro always most constantly oversold some
A HISTORIC FARM. Tho St Gene -
vicvo Uonrosontativo of last week Bavs:
Last week wo visited the neighborhood
New Itourbon, and on our friend John
D. Kern, Esq,, whom wo
engaged with his employe
tho last ot bis grapo cro
mil mini Iran uiuiimiiv liiiiuuveu u uuo
of tho HdiHibon nobili y, who left Prance
during tho revolution, and sought refugb
and safety on tho then unkuown banks.
nr.tm f r.!..:! in .1- fi.
orchard wo wore shown tho spot where tho
rfu Vmnrlimmi or,.,.o,t l.w .lullim, ,.
i......ir..i it..- tit.?' .
beautiful spot, commanding a magnificent
viow of tho country for many' miles up
and down the river, showing that he was
u man ot good tasto. In tho orchard wc
were shown a venerable pear trco planted ,
produced very larsrolv. bearing in n sinirlo
season as hiuh as leu barrels of Dears, a
i:i r..... " i.i -.. s....,r '
by this same foreigner, which shows how ,
cd great tho irtitt trees "rown hero inBuuth- , .. " T. . , ." "
.' .. Mlu.nr: TT..i;i I.... ,..l :i uuu iinrouuccu into mo
.'waiatruok bv li..l.tnlnB and tilled. It mamage.
. MV .'MI'UVHIU IIVII lltilt SbllCIMIl 11 llt.ll l ...Il!.. .
nino iuiiuiiu niiiiiu iisvii. i- . i i i i
partnership to bo dissolved upon vory
. ., ... small provocation.
Indiana Election -Kerr's District
It is stated that the Hepublieaii major- A horso thief, who was nrrcstcd a few
ity in ludiana, on iho Statu ticket, reach-, d"'1!'8 8''"-' at tbo railrond depot in Kddy
cs about 1 1,000. On tho Congressional villo, Iowa, after h.-indeuirs wore placed
vote tho majority will bo still less. Nib-! 011 '''a wrists, obtained permihsion to take
oto tho majority will bo still less. Nib -
ich (Democrat) has a largely increased
majority in his Iiistrict. Theso nro the
Districts iu which (ieucral Hillvor's
rr wcro most cir
umui. uuu nennv
merous friends oi lieu. P, in St. Louts.
.. . . . w .
The Treasurer of the United States de-
"rAi Z 1 ,tn t T , 7.- i '
ward,uS mutilated and dofaccd lractional
currcncv t0 tho Treasury for rcdomntiom
of Z IrZ I cTmwZln Z
,aino sJtle "unt fo w" rdod and
tho " S,Vor"e
writo?. Thn JL!?. .? .iu '.u
aires to oajl lw attention of those for
-------- w . e iimvu aa 1 1 v v
in possession of a considarablo nmount of,
currency to the ownership of which no 1
cluo C!,T, ho nl.in!,.n'.i in L....JL!
tho carelessness of the persons by whom
it was forwarded. ' ' ora,
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A f'AHMflrVntivA llali, In Tli Vs '
U!ier I" TlieJieXt j
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After nil the noise and outcry made by
tho Radicals over tho election in Maine,
v-mn n.i'..' n'i.i r' ,.
States the Radicals gain but ono member
Iu Missouri, Kentucky, New York',
Maryland, and Illinois, thoy will certain
ly lose one or two each; so that the fall
electlon aro cettain to result in a gain of.
Conservative members 111 tho next Con-1
cress St Louis disnateh
t .. .-
i .irsii 1'iu.us in iuu UMittJ states.
Thom nr .flvnn l.nmlr,.,! .i .
paper mills in active operation in the
T.:si.l U , rri. .'..1 I
V II 1 1, WkA UHltV'91 lIVUUVD IWU limit
1 ...Ml?,.. . l. t
U,UUJ V"""' '" ",uu J,"uuua 01 Pa"
r. .i?r Puwuu auu ouo-itail
rsgs to make, one pound of nnner. thuro
are consumed hv thrun .!I1m c..,,.. l.....
drcd million pouudaSr '"'
n it im.iin ,i, .,.., , .,. p.
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jivi iuuiiii, mure woum uo a nrout tI il
V0U.0C0 iu this fcranck of bu'iuca.
uuuuintf ilia liioinritv nl v" n..v.i.ia iiuinunii
' NO. ;45
Refura of Teiaas" Captarei by ike
laaiaus . '
tlovernor Throckmorton, of Texas, nas
suit a special mcfMgB o the lecislaturo
of that Smte, fnnouncing the' return of
Tho Jtc'ry of long suffering ot Ihcso
helpless women nnil little children const!-
titles but n slight episode in the great
historv of the tuiriblo cilamiticii enenun.
erol by tho pooplo of tho frontier,
Mrs. McDonald, and those with her, 6x-
ccpt the lad, James Jlonsotf, wero cantur-
...I !.. ,!ll . ' .. "1
tu in iuiti.iiiu county, on tno' Btll Ot
June. 1S05. Her husband was wounded
owed mother resides Hear Fredericksburg,
The prisoners wore brought in the Kio
was, and Comanchns, and delivered to tbo
United States Indian agent tho mouth
of tho Little Arkansas, in October last
nt which tlnio u treaty was raado with
theni and othor wild tribes. These, added
to others reclaimed heretofore, imako
twcuty-tWn persons reclaimed from the
Indians within 'eighteen mouths. There
ore quito u number of prisoner yet in tho
hands of tho Indians, somo , of whom
wcro captured before the making of tho
treaty refcred to and others taken sinee.
It has been but a few weeks ago in Cook
county, that u Mr. Dox was murdurcd,
and his two grown daughters werocarrir 4
' of!.', : '
I The last mail brought the intellb
'or tho murder' in .luck county,-.. ,
ivnncii unties ana son una two n
most desperate struggle Wit
",v?.S,i " Uml, wo treatiM war-
ro found busily i'Y'V' l
jycrs, gathering 1'.u !P of, I(;,r'hu"I"J notlfar . , -ul
1 e c 1 1 he tunc has conio when every i -'
.i- i . .i .... r
' oi mo neari ueuinnus mat tnts Ion on-
i ,. ,
,,uucd ftVc", " murdcr aml raPinu 'J 'ul'l
"e i1.!'!?al uu ovul n,M.n.'! ,u w?
'V -T." 'o military au-
inoriucs me neccssuics or action and vie-
,orT T?! aKm- maUradlBS
ba.'"ls. thitt ll.1V0So long been the BCOUrgO
of our people.
r '.' ' vc. t 01 a latiurc
P 1 T
Matrimony in VEnMosrThQ Rut.
and (Vt.) Herald publishes blotter from
.t.;i .1 i.i, i
nirco diiii uava
Tho tendency of
tiec marnago to a
",mu" P?"'of" Pi e ry P'S
i--.i . .. . .
mucu capital as teems best and tho
1 011 llla wrists, obtained pcrmihsion to take
what ho called ague tnedicino, whioh he
l,au ' poeKot. it proved strychninOj
Ullt 1,u reluecd reiueilies and died in about
half an hour tu the ltluIcsI atiutiv. Ho
stated to itio olli'.cr that ho had pcrvcil
1 was do
-oction of Tc.ncsiee as was sown last year,
hi., a ... it... 1..1 ..."ill. ...
It is feared that labor will bo even mora
scarce than has hitherto bocn tho case,-as
tho frcedincn nre refusing to m'akd'!coii
....... r- .1.. s . .
tlaots for '!" ensuing year, prefcring to
lanu, on.tnoir "own nook. '
EmlRratloil 0 Missouri,
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Of two hundred ani aixty-six emigrants
W,' P1MeJ t,,rou8h uibus, "Ohio, in
008 wock- 8o5n8 wS8t' over u0 bund"a
ana "P'" their intentioua to
aett!o in Miisourl.
i ,r ,
w -i ' '
W1"'" 0 "P mn atl Jronn,- woman,
were engaged in a playful scuffle at Cin-
;.,.: .1,,. n,i .1
5'B. 3 1 " 7 TT"11
to lUn.'wbcu ho pmn picked up an oli
gun, thought to bo unloaded, and called,
,0 l,0r C0"10 l)',ck sl"l n0 Comply,
when he .ptfllod tho triggor, and a chargo
of btckshot cWtorcJ Ket hcad"killine her
, instantly. There, ought to !!' a law, that
1 ovor ,u0 w,l pot supposed empty.
gun at nny person should bo put in the
"iUr. White will you havo tho kindness
to lend mo ton dollars '(" "Certainly, up '
on ono condition. ''"Namo it." "that
you tell me why your requcat is like the
back of uiy neck,' 'Jl must give it no,"
"Well, .it is because 1 cuit't ice il."
A down-east Yankee, seeing :i
gator for the first time in Jlisf issi
With his mouth opon, oxclaliiie
ho uiu'tiwliat you may eall a hat
tcr. But lie's gut a good deal
uess when he smiles,".'
An Irinh i;cntlonian ' .who tu l (.-oeit.
sponding tho ovcning with a fe,
I...L..1 1-.. . .
or must bid you irood nlcbt aehtlenlci:."
you good night gentlemen.'
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That 'men-mm!. i aat to surviw Iobi.-
iM'jai in ineiii is in rcu
lie liiowe Mi uuuai ( J.e,