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mm MtHBiM H aaw!sggaBa?vu c. j. EiAn,. '-. - EblTOR. mil7- HOIMHI 7, 18M ST. LMIS AND KEOKfK RAILROAD. Below wo give an articio from tht lie publican of the 4th ins!, from which it appears tbiit a board of nino directors Iuj been organized for said road, and a contract hai already been mado for one mile of the road running south from Louisiana. This meeting gives positive uifcurai.ee that the road will be bnilt and ilut shortly und further that the road nil! run through a part of this County. The St. Louis aid Krokuk Bailrotd Klrctlon or a Board of Directors A meeting of tho Morkhol lor: of St. I.uii is and Keokuk Huilroad Company, lor the election of nino Directors, was U-M on .Saturday last at the 1'lunters' House. Some nino years ago a valuable ilurter to build a railroad (rum St. Lout ki Keokuk wan printed by the Missouri l.t-irixhttui-o and in accordance with the ruisioii of the charter tho corporator li.i't lait April nnd organized, and opened Iuoa uf Kulivcriptinn, in which ft Hufli lirtit ntiiuttiit uf stock lias been subscribed 1 1 in.-iue uu urjj.nimi'i hi, andjlo furthei ilif eiiteiire the stockholder hl'ut on the lt of I'tvemler to elect a Hoard of ! irerti ri. The Hirctturs elected are tin (.. !uv.v .Lines U. Bio.iilheail, J II li'rit i.iii, Jovial) I'o-ff.', S. Iiviht Katun, M 1). lice, an I II. ,M. Woodward, of iff. 'j .mi-" fienator .John lit lli-n Jeivon unit .ni'l'.'f I'. J.L'. Fug::, of I'ikt; rotinty, at d II. M.ntin, of Lincoln enmity. . hmtit'disicly after the election of the .llu.'inl of Directum, Juuics (). liroadlie.ut v ti elected I'rc.-idctit. In the construction uf the St Louis uiiJ Kcokul; Hai Iron J, the proposition lo .Mart Iruiii it piuiit. on tlio iNurtli .Mis v".M K'lllroiiil ;i little above N. CliurieS, ,:il either follow tho river to Louisiana, i'ijic county, ur biatiehoirfiom the river, i umiiiiH across tjjruucti Lincoln count) or nyar Troy, and thence thiouyli Pike utility to LouUiuii, and from Louisiana Joibyr. tliu river direct to Keokuk. A rcliniinary survey of the route has been malic uy.,u Dwi;ht hrtQti lioin the North Missouri road to i.rj'uismin. nnd ,ilie route has, been fuuud to be very fa vorable, either oy tie river or through Lincoln county to Louisiana, which by ih) teuns (If the ch:irtcr.Js mado one ot i lie points mi the lint of the road. lien built, this road will prove to be an excellent medium of transit from St. I.niiii to he7ppcr .Vishisuippi, and can nut out be a most excellent .jpnyiqg aoad, lucauso it connects with' tie Hannibal mid St. iJ.:cpli road, and by the briduo ut Quinsy lim, direct couiiiiuiucatioii with nil norttWosterh . Illinois, ' and und at Keokuk, which, is, the ,lajrgfet rtulrond enter in tlm State of Iowa, it makes di v.tt connection with all jho Iowa roads. Failures Among Shoe Traders. Nkw York, Nov, 23. In the nhoo trade tlm Lynn Reporter ......: i- j ii 1 . , iicuiiuiit juur iiuw muurcs in iuu' city nil Monday lust, making .ttitle within the past week, and says if the pecsent dull rpcll in trade continues moro will be like ly to o. It is a sincular aifd simircstive fact that 1 lie Uuited States consumes moro paper lor printing purposes than Eugland and rrance combined. Tbe Cleveland Ilailroad Denot. is Uaimed to be the largest in tho world. It is six hundred and three feet long, and one hundred and eighty feet in width, and covers an area of over two and a Half acres, It is built of sand-stoho and is urnamented by a massive towar ninety tix ftet hluh. This sreat denot was opened on November 10. Tho Bridgeport Standard tells a story of John Morrissoy, which he iiccd not be ashamed of, to wit: Ou one occasion, when some rude men were denouncing a certain minister, Morrissey remarked: "My trlother goes to that minister's church, and I'll whip any man who speaks against my mother's minister." , ; , A few days ago a man named Grazier, Vffslding in Peoria, was filling a keroscno lamp that was lighted, when it exploded, setting flre to the house, which burned down, and in it burning tb death hla three youngest children, a babe one year, a girl seven, and a boy nine years old. Qrailer, bis wife and their eldest boy were severely if not fatally burned. One Of the elercvman afinilinfl fin Sabbath School Convention in Chicago, in the course of some remark with rela tion to Missouri, said he believed that the " negro children of that State are no better than the white children." tall at this offioe and see the new weath er atrip fer door and windows. The Elfhra (nmt 1A.m 1I IK. following . atory : PrivU dlapatches from Maahalltown inform us that the del. icate little datssfl, whowelgbcd two hun dred and flftv nnnndii nvotritnnnt got married last week, weut on a bridal tower' to thai placo. Tho happy cou- pis aiuppcu ai ioe oi art nan nouse ana were assigned to the btidal chamber of that hotel. Th bcitntAail . ... tnd mounted on powerful castors. Very early the blushing brido hied her to her rennM. and nffr nn-,l,In.. ..r..llu I-.. r I " uiiiwviuk vmciuilT, lull gnldly threw her fairy form on the elo- gant oou. vreaK, squeak, aqueak, c-r a-s-h I it went, and down tho bride of an evening, breathless and scared, upon I the hard floor. Th who waited near the koyliolo, with palpi!' taling heart, rushed to his little darling's' i rescue in time to boar tier exclaim, "roii found the cussed thlnv! it .lnl.l..'tt,n,l askeeter!" c . A Succession or Calamities'. Thi second half of tho current year has wit nessed a succession of great calamities to which thero are nrobablv few. ifnnv.nar. allele within tho recollection of the pros cnt generation. Th6 Portland fire, the devastutioi'i i i Ih" Bali a in as bv hurrlcan'os. tho famine in India, the inundations in France, the Qttebeo lire, have annealed each after the other to public sympathy und benevolence. And now again, re ported by the cable, comes news this tnuriiiiiir of u feur.ful floo'd in the North . i 1.1 I I ! I . ... m .. iiQ, inyo ving tne loss ot many i uvea, anu uiiunnoi a vmt inintini. nr. propertv. All inis. too. on the hod nf ijvtulatiug :. It is hardly wonderful that tho soothssvers find it a time for prophesying, and in ny looking alter n 110,11 nnJ individuals to impose upon sign of what is yet to eonie. f N. York country editora the publication of resolu Tillies. f lions, obituary notioes, advertismnts of Jiioumsua Herald says that during nearly nine years residence in Nebraska, i t has never known no many emigrants to arrivo in ttvi tall of the vear as arc nrri- viug this fall. Every day white covered wugnns may be reen, eniituTuing the funi- ilics mid household effects ol those who are le.ivini; the crowded KittIimftitH in tlm east to take up their abode on the broad 1 lV.r !!. I'.- rl r ii.v. ibiiitv JII.I1I1UI1 Ul XlUUruer.a. J 610 C09t OS 'aojj, moi) .moj .fno.-A hi oneiu simw jnj f.J.Ult u III) l'lll tllij JJIUOO 'II. U 0111 111 oiurpuui oip u o3 uoi)Uv.io uhm niji '.sv107 J!.vr.y oijy pic qi; j.uiuo mio-J na.ioo 'IHSINim.'I I 1"053 aK v 'GOO.iV GV u:ii'Miv A coachman at Paris has a curious ce lebrity. His tonguo haa been amputated iu coiceqiienco of a career upon it, and ho has replaced it by one of gutta-percha. Although h- cannot spc-ik, he tastes, swallows, and smokes bis pipe with ap parent enjoyment. After eating ho takes out his tonguo as one takes out a set of false teeth to clean it; and between his repasts he generally finds it moro conven ient to carry it in his pocket. KCONOMY AND COMFORT! gni.t Rain wi.,i Mnan.. Cold, Rain, Wind, and Dust. And nravemt (liat cat 11a f ttaiall With I .. . f BR A DSTRE ST'8, . . , improVed rubber mouldinq ljpoh yoilr Doors and Windows. IV WII.I. five ffitj per -cent, la fuel, and la.rt. . Jifc lime, flmplc. die.nanddur.bU. ..Ih V1 M... HI-IIKi S,lll illiKUIC'l. .lUIUCniUI IVVIIIUU !B, at , newcomb co-s. ' Dealers ih Puper Hangings, Upholstery, No. 317 North Fifth Street k... M..ik...i.!.. I i.j 'u .....i ' Mercanllla Library BullJlog, Agent. Wanted. Dee. 61. LOUIS. I860, nil) Ij W Wlull ntiinivftla in nnV .tin fni.1 1 squarely in the face that negro suffrage will come. Chicago Times. We wieh n'ur tbtciriporary to look this fact in the face: There is uot , a State in this Union, out of New England, which has but, few negroes, whoso people would , not, by a largo majority, vote agosnst ne-1 gro snffrago ih any form. Let a direct vote be huLitted ?b the pcopW, an-athe' uinjuriiy agaiua. it ill ait mo largo oibicb would be counted by bundred or thou sands. If negro suffrage comes, it will i quickly lead to the overthrow of the1 party, ttiat biidga it. Events will prove tbe Times' prophesy to be as erroneous as Its iiemocracy is unsound on tbis question. Cincinnati Enquirer, The New lork World says three "col- ored men" have been returned to the Great and General Court ol Marsachu-! whom-M.s.achu,.tte hai given to the nation, has been fotnd unworthy to rep- resent tht town of Braintrso. JOHN W. DAVIS, Forwarding Jfc Comrai.iin MERCHANT) A N b COTqi broker' Haw No. Oil (old 117) J?tb Ltm, B.twMD Ch.rry and Waih SUaaU, ST, Ll)I8. ., Ord.n fer all biadf M.rebiaillH tllod preagptlj setts, . but John Qoincy Adams, the sort 1 . .oknwbledgement of tbe r.ec.lpt of our excellent Minister in England, and fiu hun4fed ,n5 .Sxty.MTen bushels tho representative of the onl y President u,'.h.: j;i.-.ju .v. Y n7M j P.O. T, - - -' BARGAINS IN Dry Goods ! ExpiratimofPartnerahipCoiitraict j. B. THRO & CO: AT ST. CHARLES OFFER A m af m II 'I1 ! fl Hal V W X THEIR BNTIBE STOCK OF t. BOOTS AND BU0E3, IIAbS AND CAPS AT COST; B. THRU ft C6. . St., Charles, Mo. n49-p5w Nov. 30, 1866. rau(aI. muf,h,. t - Tho following are sensible remarks from the Cbamboraburg Uepository: It has been the custom of all nssochv benevolent enterprises, nnd.yarious other articles ot limited or individual inter- est without charce. Wo nave done nuite our sharo of that sort of work. If osso- ciations consider it due to desoasod mem- bora to pals resolutions testifying to their virtues and condoling with their relatives they must , henceforth consider it due to nav for them: and if literarv. school and other associations cannot eiist without ;n..l:iAHMiiilli, t.A. mini nn all1i.. uiu.unuua Ji.iuiu((, vmvj mua. w auguv- Uy prised to promise substantial Decent to their members. Until we find teach era who teach gratis, butchers who fur nish steaks and roasts without charge, lawyer's who counsel without fees, farm ers who denoto their wood and produco lie, we must dcclino being in the list of printers who pnut without compossation I The majority of John A. Ho'okadiiy for Stato Scnttor, in the Audrain, Boono 'and Callaway district was 1,881. In the adjoining district composed of Pike Lin coln and Montgomery W. B. Adams is returned elected by 12 majority. In the two districts, in round numbers tho Con servrtivev poll 4,100 .and the Radicals ; only 2.600., So that 1,800 Conservative votes go for nothing in the nrrangment of Senatorial Districts ns they now are. Hut that was jutended. The. . last Legislature knew tho Radical .party did not liav: voUs, tind so they resorted to to strategy. Some foolish peoplo call such gerrymandering rascality. Tho Platte City Rcviclle says the Grand Jury of Platte county has indicted John C. Tittus, Thomas C. Tittus, Noah Tittus and John Bivina for murder in tho first degree These nro tho parties t .! ft I'ri wl-i i lf . ! wno Kiuea oamuei u. riigm oi .uiMuun City, Clay county, at tho residence of his fathcr-iti-law, in , Platte. county. They are now in custody. Tlio Tittus brothers are now in custouy. ino iittus Dromers e repreien(ed as being a d'esperate and - . - a klcs, set .of men. , T,,e t0060 !etory r Mr-WilMn. iu n eotxviiio, in ot. unanea county, ojo aining about twenty-five hundrod pounds tobaoco, was burnod to tne ground on V. l.ln.t nllil l..f w.fllr 01, H In mm Jk'IlUUJ U(jMV V IH. Tl ..-I MW . M U wa9 afc0ut 12,000, on whioh there was an insun'neo fer (8,000. The fire it is alleged, was the work of an inoendiary. jiis aiso statea mat an unauccesiui at tempt had been made to fire the faeto'ry on tuo previous nignt. WILKINSON BftYANi i tiUIBCB UCDrUaall" LUWBER WltliUnAWI I Cornu Broadway andO.Ftllon Strt. Alio new Yard at corner 8th and MuUnphy, g, LOUIS , -. . it " "na "b'r, noermc, TX'n00"' L. J. CLABK. J. T. OVERALL. CLARK tc OVERALL, COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 37 WashlBgtsa Atmib. Bet. Uai and Strnd) , 8T. TOUI8. 1 OFECIAL attention f irin to tho lai. of Cotton, ' OLcaf and oanofaeturad Tobacco. Grain and country Produce. Order, for all kind, of mw ehandlia promt tljr.ail.a. ay , iws. am . h... f h.i. f!.mlln. .nth UU1VIUUI Jf www. w. w..--, ern Aid rSocYetyTfoi TSSSTA ,hw of hU g,, Mr8 jm-e, J( Lindrey, of Legrange is President of tho 0.'.!.l. .HI OwVlwl'J. The Davenport Demoeiate states that contracts are about to be let, for grad ing tbe Union Pacific , Railway from its present terminus to Salt Like City, and also to bdlld a railroad bridge fterou the Missouri river bvtwMa.rimaha -ridCoun in DiDDfi. XDiuuii.u mmm ueu ww tract for bis immense work, amounting "to about forty millions of dollars, will be let immedatelj Tk. ImVmtmm ' a m.m A am naicr i nan aiKvt All tranatau AnttBJ !.L . . tenishment the peculiar buoyancy of the wwr m mo ureat oau .JaKe, ana it is truiy surprising. Ho danger of ship wreck need who navigate tho lake, for it would aim- 1 f- - a 'a a. eiy uo impossmie ror tnem to sink if thrown overboard. With mv handa claan. ed tOteill'er under m 'hait ami mv onl j j j - crossed, I floated on the very surface of tha lata wittk, . .t. ff Lm , : r wna-.uiru oi ray bodv .above tho wato 1Tn . - -0 , L w wwu mm nm ui aiiaamer'e day -there would not. I e, the .llnh.aa. JilC.ll- I- t . I i , i I ml""y w aieep upon " "no "owing yourself to- be mown aknnt nA J. one wonld need an umbrella, to koep off lha it.. . '' a. r-iL i w mmja yi UIH , BUU. i'lT. UOWICB paS atatod that itirOA liAatat. r.t tkl. lh.l'm will yield one bucket of solid salt, but maamucn as water will not bold above twenty-five per cent, of saline matter in solution, and if more t be added it is in- Stantlv dcnoiitei) tinon tWn hnltom ht. estimate is, of course, too large. On in auirinar of the Homiini nmrmnA In nM. curing salt, they unanimously stated that v an uuv.ih oi waver may on- telned one b'uek'et'of salt, which gives the roporiion no less man twenty per cent. o visitor to lhf Into ahnnM nn.ti .1.. --- n ' viyit iud bath: the senaatlnn in tti'a nbii ni'mi 1, - ... . v nw.w. . UlUI. luzuriour. and lea la onn to thintr t,im.lr ioating ip he air. On the way back to mo cuy, u win dc as won tor the bather to stop at tho superb sulphur baths, just Outside the town, anil rnn&n tl'ia llt.a incruaationa which will havo formid dpon him, by a plunge into tbe One swimming baths, whose onlv objection ( Iu namiliav odor and its groat heat which requires a larKo aamixiuro oi cum water-. Ciirreicf. t Durina the first v'osr of tho war. When ohango was scarco, and some large firms wcro issuing curroncy of their own, a farmer went to a store in n neighboring town and bought some poods, and gave to the mcrchautn fivo dollar bill, of which he wanted soventy-fivo cents back. The merchant counted out tho amount and handed it over to tho farmer. Ho looked at it a moment and inquired, "What's this?" "It's my currency," said tho mcrcnant. "Wall, 'tarn'tgood for nothing whero I live," said the farmer. "Very woll," said the merchant, "keen it till you get a dollar's worth and bring it to my atoro ana i will give you a dollar for it." The farmer Docketed the chance ami departed. A few weeks afterward He went into the same atore aud bought goods to tho amount of one dollar, and after paying over the idontical seveuty- uvo cents, no iook out a nanmui ornumn. klh seeds and couufed out twenty-Qv, of mcin, anu passed tnem over to the mer chant. "Why."--save tho morchant. "hafa this?" "Wall." aaVs the farther. "tnis is my currency, and wben you get a dollar' worth brinir it out to mv nlace nnd I will give you a dollar bill for it." Notion House. J. WOLFF & SONS No. 4J3 North Mtein btrbet, ST. LOUIS, MO. Importers and Wholesale dealers in I'UCV ,hll WOOLBN GOODS GENTS FlUMSUlJifi SO0D8; II,08IKUY, GLOVES, PIPES, CUTLERY, TnYS.inAflKETi. Aluiiical Instrufhetits. Ootobcr 28, 1808 2m Thero is now bointr made an effort to atleaat partly aupply in JNew lork the pr,eat neod of homes for, single women. Two boarding .houses are already estab lished, and a third is soon to be estab lished in which the highest board is not a U" I li w a a .a . a to ezecod nvo doners a week, and that ts to tnciudo wrsbing. smaller rooms, are to be three dollars a week, washing in eluded. The houses alrei dy started aro seit-sustainiog. Tho Independence Sentinel fobisisp the eoat of reaisterinc the voters of Jaolt- soa county, inoluding lois of titno of vot ers, at 10,659. There wera 1,855 per sons in Jackson who vdted for members of Congress, so that for each of these vot ..1 all. . r '. . .urn . ' 1 1 j era mure was a cost oi oouy incurrea lor registration. Not so dear, after all, con sidering it wit radically dorJe. Hoop skirts, like sun barrels, a'fa not dangerous unless they hsvo something in tuera. cut wnen tbe former sre charged powacrea, waaaed. rater tall caned, tney should be handled with the crsatest cau tion, in many inteances it is dangerous to even look at tbem. a w . a a ' - a . h ' ."aT A new uampsbire blacsamitu being urged to KrioK a suit against a ealum- nious neighbor for slsnderj replied that he cottld go into his shop and, hammer out! better character than all the Courts in the Stata could give Tiim. With ex cellent wiadom ttiia . Mian nraGalrAil In keep oui of lawsuits a course that Is generally found in the long run to be the vi a. ' : ii i . ( St. Joseph, Nov. 18. It is estimated that from iltV.000,000 to 116,000,000 jn gold dust haa reached this point from the minning regions of the wests'nd north west during the pant yrur. , . . I iW . MERCHANTS Aro invited to call & eiamlne our stock of CLOAKS. CLOAKINGS, , trimming's and Furs. We have the largest house" of the kind mi khj, ni manuiacturo our own Cloaks, and NO HOUSE, Kst or West, can underaell or excel us in styles. LADIES, Wt are now prepared to exhibit our Fall Style's of Cloaks, Cloaking ana 'trimmings. Having sectlred tho services of an ex perienced Cott'er arid Triiqruer, wo guar antee to fill orders promptly arid satis factorily. )Ve call your special attention to our elegant assortment of . long sl Square BROCHEE SUA.WLS Pdchase4 dirc'cily from Iho pianufac turer, We have also a large and fall as sortment of V u R t3 ; CltTJOBE, MADERIA A CO, . 610 North Fttirlh street. st. Louis, November 2, I860 i'ma.al.. TVIIte. T HAVE thla day obtained lottora of tdmlnla ;" J. tratlon do bonia non on lha aiiata r.im-s M. Uurat, doroaaod. All demands.not fibibite acanat It within two years from the tiabllcatlonnid of thl. notice, .111 bo forerer barred. flKORQE W. HUPP Ai!mlnl.l,.l."" K.. Vt IMA .ii l. ADDITIONAL BOUNTY. CLAIMS UNPER ACT OF JULY J8TH, 18IS. MUST BK FILLED M'lTllIN Six Monlhi, from October. 1st, 1866. t arn now fully nreaareb to attend to all claim. of thli claaa.and all otbera, - npeclal attention to leitere from the eoaotry. , HENRY II. frOST, Army aad Nay Claim Agent, Mo. & North Fifth atreet(opatalrr), Bt. Loula' Mo FURNITURE! I HAVE f ilE LAR(jst T'p'cK IN TUB ClfllKD STATUS AT Wholesale or Retail At as low nriccs as anv reliable house in tho city. My warcr'odms 'cover 40,000 FEET of Floor surface, which enables the to ex hibit, more goods than sny other, house. My stock comprises Sofas, Hocking, Eaay and l'arlor .Chairs pf all tkcriptlons. Secretaries fiobk Cases, Side Boards, Kido Boards, Exten sion Tables. Center Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wash stands, Unairs, oafes, io. Cotfar'e Bed Room Sails o all kinds, ffiitreaic, BAIB, MOSS, HVSKASD SrStHQ Of MY Own make, ., . Stifle the lAtest. Quality the Best satisfaction guaranteed. Terms ca$h. H- II. CURTIS, 914 St 9I Washington Avenue, ST. LOUIS, 3IO:, October 12 I860. 8m FLORENCE Sewing Machine, MAKK3 F0DK DISTINCT 8TITC1IES On one and the sauie Machine, and tlio only one that haa THE REVERSIBLE FEED. Its stitches are the wonder df all. The work will feed either to ihb right o'r loft. Call and examine. WM. E. PLANT, Gen. Agent. 508 Cfctnuf, beticeen Filth and !Sinth, Uf. LOtlS. Agents wanted. Nov. 0, 1866. u46-2m F. X. KREMIBV r. MXitTEN .KREMER & MA TEN, Proprietor, of the . Iia fa y etie Jfl ills, Corner Main aad Jacteon Strceta,' St. ciiAfttEa, m6. Anaounoe lo thrtr frl.nd. and thejmblie that they are now prepared lo cMil.er aiekaloa artlala nf WIIKAT; MYB and BUCKWIIEAT Vt.OUK, CORN MKAL.tc, at Ibt lowast maik.t oaah Srioea.Uay .will at all titles iote,aai pay ie full .alue for GRAIN dellvsed t tb.ir Mil or tht W ar.ho.ee af IVMamn,' on Clay iut.1. 'All ordere piowptlv attended . , i KHKMIK A MtRtCN j"na i if ee, aij. -iu. ,. lTIaffnJrc'n MtMrnt rUnt. For aars .haa tw.ntr jr.art this Ttlaable'aMd leiao b. .a ia sarsl a.o ai a r.maijr for dlaV th.a, d.mtarjr, obol.ra aad .pl.lau trtae bow.l. Inold.nt t dMtr, aad we do at sn .rat wb.0 . lay tbatll i ,tha noil Moettiful aad popnlir colflo .v.r offertd to th. publlo. Ml.aourl R.pu oilcan ) Ths r.rj tail rBMd tbat ean bouitd lotCbol- 1. M.jtolrei' Eitract af B.ono Plant, It 1. In flnilaljr iawrlor to any of lb raaalaili publitb.a In. tbt n.w.paptra, no maltor from what .oorou th7 mtj bo darirtd. It was u..d la IS49 40 and 41 with aitoaialdnt: laocaw', alijoo that tliaa aa a cur. for lilarrbaa, ji.ptar and Bow.l af feetlona gtairally It tin so rival. Jtlaaoldfcr drug(l.ia T.rWh.r.-t8l. Loala .Dobsoarat. Aguo and Fov.r, Int.rmltUnt F.var aad Dumb ! Lloiiy carta oy niulr'. Aguo and Fa- ver Mixture. Pr.btrad and a told by j. . C. Ma- gulr., Ilraiflali, corner tjoeaad aad Olliro atrt.t. Deo. 7 18S n50 1 Proelamaliin ! G PBG8IDENT JOHNSON Has proclaimed that War no longer et ists and peace Is restored throughout the R lind, And Hiitt and Parker i'roclaim that K HAVE 'Oi'kNEb THE SPRING TRADE E n the town of cc, tiori is now nre'v.iilin in r?miT!."i''i.r?kir. pt, British gbtemoioiit'liavo dccra.d itnoe-t a- CiJ.irv tn tner.m.t tlia .pi..i cs Fua 111 mui country . iiieieeircumatances 8 pus iu thut country. Tiieie circumstances VV ncojs.trily niodiry tlio" opinToai' wlilcli 'vra mltrlit ftibn.n-i I.-... --.lji l0 ulner!. in .a-,,,1,1 j.,' i,.. " " a i V..7.I : w. Vi ' . "" "Pre Proll,PUed by ,our neutraiitv aw.- & ioni! as thu0 luwn rrm.m I... ..li i. . . 1 . . , . . UH" UUfBWl ute b.)ok. tlioy hlioul i be fuitliruTly ex- f- ul .i V ""'- "arsniy, un- "i JU.v or oppiojsmilv. coniressolonecan GREATLY REDUCED PRICES A I The iWtdi. lis ink Beitcici; And Ve advito all who have purchases to mike to bay their good, while ther ais Dona Brihg along your K GREEN BACKS And your P R O D TJ C B; S And you will gff , Jull jatue at our. atore. , HUTT ArD FA1KEI. April lath, 18CC. nltl MAft. It. IJLLEIV, Number 63 North Fifth Street, Oppoallo Hcrcaotile Library Hi. Louis. Itlo. JbOOIc SILLER l STATIOrQER. Orders from Ibe country promptly attended la January 2s lBA no 1y SORGHUM WINE, The rtt Discovery tf Ike Agti The aubicrib.ra bating purchased tbe patent right for Ike a'tate oCHiaaoarl for maaafaoturuig' KORGUUM WINK, akiug llii. ,mettod of informing Ibe. eitiieoe of MI.'otKl that they Hr appointed Mei.ra. Har per k Bryon, of Ht Louia. a. the Ucn.ral Ag.otj for the Elate to aall riahUi and any ainUealion to them for information, e., will be , a.laall .at- tended to at their offlcr. No, MR Piae lt..Pamr eiiOJlar., ie, can be found at their oBee g). iVf ing inlnrmalbona lo tbe growth of the east, and the maaulacture of Korghum. eOHOIIUM WINE ,. ! similar to iM.d.ira o Skerry in flavor and quality. Indeed it baa the aame elements, aaq I. p.rr.ouy ireo irom any aruge wnatarer, la a pure direct and really made, lhaa any berry wine, and aa nutritious and healthful as any of tbe beat grtpe wlrw'a; l.an eicellenttonio ineaae dyap.piia or weak alamacb. During Ihe leat y.av t haa been rxlbltcat all the principal eitie. of tto Northern Blaiee, atao at Ihe State Vairt of Ohio Indiana and Pennayr.ania.aad io every ia atance baa met with decided ormuiendatloB, tbo beat Judges inrtriaMy pronouncing It Madeira and tome 6berry aad PorUwineof.Ue boelaeitJtly tt can be made at a very expence, ay atZS 'tle per ga lioq. , Sorghum maaufaotunita, by procur Ing Ibe right, can aa.e ll tfceexpeneai of growing tbe Cane end manufacturing tht ey ran, by earing , the w.ihtogieid akimmiug. oflbanaaaud Bak ing tbem Into wdit. !). , ' " , II. Tf. PEIPBU BtCharlea Mo" WANTED -Agents for alfltt'coiiatlee in the State tn aell ,ilgktl. Apply to, HABPER. and Ph YON, pine .t. Among many eerllleatee we giro Ihe following from Ifor.. W. B. Habbard QfUmbu. Ohio., l'reei;nt. of tke V ., AW oultural Socl.ty, bold anpualy Waablagton t;iiiumou. u., Hartn-SVi SSS lUr, A. Myre.; Tu MBA of -terikam win left, by you with i.e. ka,beee Hbarittate strata I judge. whC haa vUlUdmy iou.a.aadwilkautva. o. pUon baa not ,slth decided camaaaadatwar i Met of.lh.m innnuaaa theareaa.orfragraottf, yojir witio that of tht Shorty, tka aeiattUs that of th. Madeira. It. I wrlaloly a fair wiac, tad d.itlBd, at doubt, from llt a a aad ekaapneea o( l aiun'ufacliiia, , Ueomeaa. Item tjfcvaltt it tht aumil'ieliirf r Mil rnlli.ator. " l)J, 29, l0t. Wf. B. lU'OBARD.