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TROY. MO. MARCH h, 187SL (?. M. iti the House.. The report or tbc Credit Mobllic? otntnittce n disposed of in tho lower tranoh of Congress 00 itje 27th wit., and resulted io tho expulsion of nobody. Hcsolntione canstrtlog Amos and Brooks mete panted. A resolution of censure, naming all (he soeanlrers implicated in ho 0. M nffair, wis introduced, but ob jrction gas raised tbat each name should be presented separately, which rejection tho chair sustained. Tbo resolution was then read with Kslley's name only. After some speech-making the resolution was lost. A resolution was then offered by Stovcnson to censnro Hooper of Mas fachasetts, which was laid on tho table. Then came a resolution discharging the vommitleo, which passed, thus burying tho whole thing in tbo house. So ends the farce of this investigation. Every member who bad dealt in Credit .tlobilier stock ought to have been ex pelled ; but the question arose whether the house bad the right to expel a mem for offenses committed before his election to that body, claiming that two elections had intervened sinco tho offenses were committed; in other words, whether the present Congress had the right to expel n member for an act committed while he was a member of a previous Congress. Hut however that may be, the people will probably remember these things in future elections ; and if they do their duty, the black ebeep will not again te ullowed to occupy their present scats, though they may cscapo their deserts now, and fcr anbilo longer act as the representatives of a constituency which we are slow to belicvo they properly represent. The Louisiana muddle caused by the contesting of tho election in that state, mid tho unwarranted action of the United States District Court in the premises, is still occupying tho publio's attention. The congressional committee that invest igated the affair reported against the de cision, or rather tho aribtration of the court, and give Gen. Grant a very sound reprimand over the judges shoulders, for upholding its decision. It is held by some of tbo senators that thcro has been no legal election in that stato, and now an attempt to get a bill through or dering a new election is 011 tho tapis. It created considerable interest in the senate on the 27th ult., when Senator Carpenter of Wisonsin madoun alio speech in sup port of a new olectioo, laying aside for tho time being all partisan preferences. Attempts were tnado to successfully break the force of his remarks, but proved fu tile. Dispatches say that it is predicted on all sides that tho proposition ordering a new election will pass. 11 Him ui3 ib kuiuk u ttaniiugiuii : : ; nr.. Uov. Mchncry of Louisiana is calling for the onrolmeut of tho stato militia, and hinting very strongly towards a general arming of the people, to placo on the bench tho judges denied their scats by tho Radicals. The Republican remarks that the expediency of the course of Gov Mcli'ncry may well bo doubted, in view of tho serious consequences that may ensue from arbitrary conduct on the part of the Federal authorities. Tho situation looks really serious. "Adjourn I Adjourn 1 Adjourn I" is the crycf tho people nod nearly all the papers in tho state to the legislature. So little has been accomplished by tho pres ent assembly, which appears so far to be very ordinary body, that the pcoplo do not expect anything from them, and therefore want them to adjourn. If the members don't get to work on someting tbat is of real interest to the people, tbey had better return homo. They havo not yet touched upon needed 'amend ments regarding registration, nor the un wiso action of their predecessors in pass ing tbo bill forcing the creditors of the state to receive legal tender for certain bonds held by them, nor tbo investment of tbo school fund in stato bonds in ao cordance with a recent amendment. Thiso questions would necessarily 00 cupy considerable time, and should have been brought up at tho first of tho ees eion. One of them was submitted the icvostment of tho school fund by Col. ww It a - nun ; out wo nave seen no report or tbo committeo to which Jit wus referred in resard thereto. The editor of the Paris Mercury, who is a member of the legis lature, in speaking of it asks : "Tho legislature has now been in session soruo seven weeks or more (nine weeks now), and in the name of a tax-ridden people, what have they dono that, will prove of any material benefit to tho people?" H. j. xiainey oar uciu eieoica 10 nil the vacancy oauied by the death of state it n n 1 1 i . 1 n 1 . Senator Greene of Cape Griardeau. lie baa taken his seat, and is reprcstnted as fine lookiog mao, with round, full faco and silver bair, and baviog tbo appear Itoe of lUrliog, honest mao, teglslMltt Mule Of tats years "legislative sketches" tiAvo become quite n mania onion tho daily ttowtpnpcr roporters, uo suppose in the absence of anything hotter to Writs about. Wo bftvo just noticed one, in. the St. Louis imcs, thr.t for extraordinary Statements will almost rank frith, the trondcrfut stories of Sinbad, tho sailor. The sketch purports to Im of tho lift of Lhos. ,. Veers, Esq , tho representative of Warren, and t nntWo of this town. After spooking of Charley as n true type of the self-made man, and a son 'of the "lata Major General E. J. Peers, who fig ured conspicuously in tho Mexican nor under General Zachary Taylor, participa ting in the battles of Cherubusco and Cbopultapec, and entering tbo city of Mexico at the head of bis division," tbo 'skctcher'' esys-: Young Peers was left an orphan when a mcro boy, and was thrown friendless upon tho world, lie attended tchool but one year and was forcod to seek a liveli hood. Drivinn oxen on a farm for tlx dollar t a month, he. carried hit books with him and devoted hit nooninq and evenings to chte ttudi, borrowing his law books from Henry Quigley and A. V. McKec, eminent lawyers of Troy. In 1859, be entered a printing ofDce as an apprentice, remaining at the case and in m editorial room until 1001. curing the years 1SG1-65 he was in tho federal service xcith. the rank of major." Tho citizens of our town will readily rccognizo the truthfulness of the abovo ketch. Wo hope the Times' reporter will continue his "sketches," and havo them published in book form, otherwise tho world would lose a wonderful work. It would provo a fit companion in tho library for "Guilder's Travels," "Rob inson Crusoe," "Jaok the Giant Killer," &c.,&c. By all means let the good work go on. Tho "sketch'' so romantically begun goes on thusly : He removed to Warrcoton in tho later year and, aided by L. J. Dryden, Esq., and other friends, established the Wurrenton Manner a Democratic) jour nal. In ISGG ho passed a satisfactory examination and was admitted to the bar. In tho fall of tho same year ho was mar ried to Miss Mary Humphreys, an csti mablc young lady of Lirooklyn, I. Y. U11 hrst appearance in polities was fol lowed by bis election as circuit attorney of the Third Judicial circuit, composed of Pike, Lincoln, Warren and Montgom cry counties. He filled the office accept ably and established a reputation for in dustry and ability of which any one might well feel proud. In the fall of 1872 he was nominated by the Democracy for Legislative honors, and his personal popularity was so great that whilo bis county gave General Grant 400 majority, ilr. rccrs was elected by over 300 ma jority. He is a vigorous debater, clear headed, industrious and reliable in every respect. His record thus far in the Twenty Eeventh Geueral Aesembly has been one in which he has shown himself to possess more thau ordinary parlia mentary ability. He is a member of the committees on Criminal Jurisprudence, Internal Improvements and Local Bills. Warren county may well congratulate nerseu upon having so useful a repre- scntativo. The latest news we havo from Wash ington foreshadow that "old subsidy" Pomcroy will be whitewashed by the senato committee appointed to investi gate his recent action. The Republi can's special of tho 2d inst. says: It is stated on what fcems to bo reliable au thority that the investigating committee will to morrow report that the charges against Senator Pomcroy are not proven. It is also understood that tho dolay in tho presentation of tho report is owing to tho efforts of Pomcroy's friends, which are still in progress, to induce the com mittce to include in their report some expression of opinion adverso to the validity of ingall s election, on the ground that it was effected by a merely pretended exposure. Since our article saying tbat the legislature bad done nothing in regard to tho registration system was put in type, we see that an amendment has been adopted by the house, to be voted on at the general election in November, 1874, repealing the present registry pro vision of the constitution and substitut ing therefor tbe following: Sec 4. Tbe general assombly may provide by law for registering all voters in cities and towns having a population 01 more than hve thousand inhabitants. 1 his amendment, if adopted, and we have no doubt on that point, will relieve the state of considerable expense, and tbe people of much trouble. A resolution for tho expulsion of Sen ator Patterson, the 0. M. dealer, was introduced in the United States Senate laBt Thursday. Tbo consideration of this measure will necessitate on extra se scion. A portion of the Radical members oi the legislature have addressed memo rial to tho United States Senate, asking tbat body to investigate Col. Bogy's elec tion. Tbat is making a mountaio out of a mole hill. James P. Wells, the head and front of tbeAmorican cambline-houso recentlv broken up in Paris, was, ten yens ago, a minister in good standing, and bad charge of Munchuitlti jsburch. Vcretd.y, ht (, was doatflsu J gaMy I. Washington -tfeo Ncond in - AUgiuMion of President Grant. Mr. ldu.cl.ins has introduced Mil ,,. . , . providing for aubmittinji; to tho. ffaoplo & tho gonerai election iu 1874 the question of holding n crnstitfttioao-l to?ctt(on Tho mov i a wry good one, for it in volves vo expense, tnAilI show tbo feel ing tf the people, ubich should always be regarded in such impoitant matters as as the holding of constitutional eonven tiout. Wo hope it will pass. . r - , f Pomeioy's cxplanatlost'of the W,000 he gave to York, in a nut shell is about thie : A friend of "old Subsidy" was going to open a bank, and ho needed as sistance. He entrusted York with (7,000 to deliver to hie friend; York played tho rascal and stated before the Kansas legislature that Pomcroy had given it to him to buy his vote. It takes ao extremoiy small nolo tor these con gressional swindlers to slide thtough. Gov. Warmoth, who has been in Washington for eomo titno, left for Now Orleans on tbo 2d, convinced that con gress will do nothing to solve the Louisi and muddlo. Ho is of the opinion that if the Killogg movement is forced upon tho people of Louisiana, when tho peo ple of that stato becomo convinced of tho fact, there will be such a revolution in that stato as will require something more than the presence of federal troops to suppress it. Tho opinion is fast bo coming prevalent that congress has made a fatal mistako in not taking some decided standjwiih regard to the condition of affairs in that unfortunate stato. The Republican's Washington special says: It is the intention of the senute not to take any action in the case of Pat terson, but to allow the resolution expell ing bim to lie on tho table, on the ground tbat the pressure of business prevent; its being taken up this session. As his term of office expires on tho fourth of .March next, tho senator from New Hampshire will have tho consolation of knowing that be only escapes expulsion through the forbearance of his official associates. Froudo says he liked the Americans and "didn't meet a singlo vulgar person in the country." Miss Jennie lirown of Wisconsin has rececived fifty yards of watered silk aj a roward for saving three men from a wa tery grave. Gen. I'itz Hugh Leo eat down to din ner at tho same table with tho negro Pinchback, at Washington, the other dry, and remained until lie had finished a square meal. When quizzed about it, Lee remarked, "Pinchback did not sav anything to me, and I hope my presence was not distastclul to bun. Atlanta Herald: "It is rumored that the reason President Grant reconsidered his purposo of making a trip though the south this spring, was that tho Radical leaders whispered assassination in his ear, and so wrought upon his mind an impression that his lilo would be in danger in the south, tbat he determined uot to make the projected visit. Hon. Alex. II. Stephens has been elected to congress in the Eighth district of Georgia without opposition. He is a member ot the neit ooncress. The ven erable Georgian will be an object of no little interest capitol where be was famil iarly known, but where his voice has not been heard since 18o9. Republican. Gov. Woodson has not shown much executive ability thus fur. His appoint ments do not give satisfaction. It is thought, however, that as soon as be gets through his list ot at. Joo favorites, and when all his distinguished wifo's relations get places, that be will be able to find some good men provided tbere are any places vacant tor them. Joncsburg j.eauer. Badly Frozen. Virginius Curtis was touuil on tbo railroad, near Mr. Jas. A. Ferguson's, last Saturday afternoon, in an insensible condition, being nearly irozon to team. 110 was taken to Mr Ferguson's house and properly cared for. At the time we write he is still in a belp less condition. Curtis is a Virginian, has lived at Troy, Mo., and at tho time he was overtaken by the cold, was on his way to St. Louis on foot' Jonesburg licaaer. Pomcroy's story reads well, and af ter a man bad told it, say fifty-five or eizty times, he iniuht possibly begin to uuMuvu 11. ijui me averago American citizen has undergone a wonderful growth as to tho cynicism of lis mind during tbe last lialf dozen years or so. Therefore it is a trifle probablo that men will wonder how a man who does bank ing business in such a loose way as tho senator does his, ever got eo immensely rich as tbe senator is Republican. The pork packing season in St. Louis was brought to a close yesterday. St. Louis must to content to remain aa tho third important packing point io tbe list of Western oitio', but neat year bids fair to take tbo second rink. Our pack ing for the season Toots up a grand total of 558,246 bead, against 419,033 head last year an inoreaso of 189,214 bead. The total packing of Cincinnati for tbe season, foots up 020 305 head. We have no returns from Chicago, The season just closed has been a profitablo one so far, and the business during another year win do grcatiy cucuucu, limes, Mri. James Judge-, ef Poirt Pairi. ," with W". tmm aoit in her waaon to the wound, I t . ! . i, .hJ tnnitarimi tin F P';R :T insensiDic. cuu e..uu cilDty( nowevor, to be driven to her jjOIU0 jB the coiwitr. St. Charles Cos- mos. Tho dangerous effects of great circula tion worn forcibly demonstrated in tho recent deaiiso of tho San Joaquin (Cal.) Republican. On t'riday it printed at the bead of its coluins, in Italics, "Tho Re publican has a larger circulation than any paper in Stockton," and 00 Saturday it died I Cosmos. A paper merchant informed us the other day that two-thirds of tho paper now used is made of straw. We know from observation and experience that tho St. Louis market is never fully supplied. A mill should bo started in this city, with a capacity for working one hundred loads of straw per day. Instead of burn ing it, as our farmers now do every year, they might realize from hve to six dol lars a ton for it. Is not this matter worthy of earnest consideration? Cos mos. The protracted meeting at the Metho dist church, after an interesting and profit ablo term ot three or four weeks closed last TucsJay niche. Wo understand that uuruiK 1 lit) meeting uuriy-iiiiec pemuun united with the congregation. Somo of these were from the other branch of the Methodist church, but a great many of them were young people who had before , mado no confession. After tho depart uro of Mr. Dines, the meeting was con ducted by Revs. Downing and 'larwatcr. We understund tint Mr. Bourlacd of Hannibal was expected hero-to continuo the meeting on Tuesday, and his inabil ity to attend has probably terminated the meeting sooner than it would othcrwiso have beeo. Clarksville Sentinel. Un Friday nicht of last week tho citi zens of Clarksville witnessed what was to them .1 new and novel sccno. During tho preceding week a number of persons had jaiticd tho Christian church, and wcro that night immersed in tho bap tistry after services wcro over. Tho baptistry id constructed in the floor just n front of the pulpit, and is covered by a door that when closed is as even and Htnooth as the floor. When tho timo for immersion came the house was crowded. Everybody tried to get in front, and tho boys duiing tho ceremony mounted tho benches and stretched their necks to amazing lengths to get a climnse of what was (!omg on. 1 hat night thcro wcro 1 or a immersed, and a number since ' that timo. Six or eight additions moro havo been made to the church sinco that lime. sentinel. Ben. Buttler said recently : "I am the man that God made, and not tho newspapers. 1 ho newspapers are glad to bo relieved of the responsibility. Chicago Post. St. Louis Markets. March 1, 1873. Tbo leading markets on 'Chance were dull, yesterday, and there was only a fair movement in any description of produce The want of tounage is still complained of, and tbo high rates ruling are barriers to any real active shipping movement, and yet business along tho levee presents un activo appearance. ! 1,01m Dull. Tho sales foot up about 3200 'barrels at S5 G57 25 for ov grado to choice spring extrus : and at S4'J 50 for low super to choico winter uniiuis. Wheat The demand was only moder ate for wheat, and for winter buyers and tellers were opart. Holders wero firm. b. 1 (i 1 ut prices irregular. Spring wheat was unchanged. Sales were 81 V3 for No. 3 regulir by inspection 111 elevator, and No. 2, regular, 81 251 20 for No. 2 spring. Winter sold at SI 75 for No. 3 in elevator, and sample lots 31 75 VIA. VvUItn UUin OUIK anU SaCKCtl corn Was dull and lower. Bulk on East truck sold at30e: mixed atSlic: white-mixed at 00, ... .0. ,0 . . dJo, and White at 34c. In bt. Louis elevator sales were at :i2433:tn fYr Kn 9. mixed and No. 2 white mixed at 3Gi37c in warehouse mixed on tho cob 32oj jviiun uniuu ui uo!c wiiito luiXQU at . t - trt . dotauj; o Z ao at 3GA37o. and l,i....(i. 1 , , ' , OATS Oats were steady; rejected at 26c; No. 2 at 27c. and while at 30c. all in elevator in St. Louis. Rtb-Hvo was dull and lower, with sales in St. Louis elevator at 02afl4. -:.. .1.- i 1 . . , . . , -. 1 with tho closing sales at the inside price for No. 2. Barley Barloy was dull and droop ingrejected 40o; No. 3, 5253o; medium at 57o; prime Kansas at 70o, and No. 1 Nebraska at 00c, Tobacco We quote, per 100 lbs : Faotory lues, 86 200 50: planters luus, 80 50 to 7 50; common leaf 87 508 50 ; medium to good leaf 88 5012; colory leaf, 81220; bright wrapping leaf, 820 to 45. LIVE STOCK. Cattle The receipts for the twenty, four hours ending at noon yesterday were , r.i,ujcillO, IOO IIUUU. TOtai receipts since January 1, 83,983 head ; and shipments for tho seme time, 21 319 . ... wutiij iu uie market eon tinues unabated. Yesterday tho trans- aotions at the various vartls Good native Blocker ranging from 050 1 1 fifl k -t c on n r . A - vu, ,ruu, co luiowaa, iioas Tbe receipts for tho twenty. wi cuuiijk ai nonn vesterdav warn Ift7r hr-nd - U(v 'm . 'receipts since January 1,207,040 head. and shipments for the same timo 28 143 . , u,,,HLUaul uuo iittau, iniai head. Tha m.,b-. '"Z . ...muv uunvo wiiu prices firm as last quoted. Shippers aro again in (he market, but so far tl.n nm. CS SSS .CXtS'K balk of sales were frcm II 4004 85. 85, the latler bKurca ware ouly paid by Hartman'and O.orge P. McRoberts Is dissolved butchers Who purchased small lota. Tha Tbs undersigned will settle the litbilltlei nf iyl Crump & Wing ' VROPOSB 0 Goons CHEAP FOR THE CASH. JIUEl KEEP TIM BEST OF GOODS, SUCH AS BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats and. Caps, Ladies Hoso and Steel Traps, FAftCY SO ATS, GLOVES AND HARDWARE, MOLASSE8, GENTS' PIECE GOODS, C10TWUC, J A 11T17IK SIT ft WT.fi SCOOP SHOVELS, rrrWr fl AQQFC LUURIN Ul5ta, MARKET BASKETS, SCHOOL BOOKS, SMITH'S TON 10, QUEENSWABE, MEAL SACKS, SPOOL TlIiJEljD9 CHEESE, TEA, Candies Vinegar SUGAR, COFFEE, NAILS, SPICE, RICE, And- well, it's no use to name any tiunq more, but come alona and li'C - , ., . can Jrmsa you wiw anything you Want. novt3n!0 now is Tin: inn: TO BUY TREES AT NURSERY. Brother Farmorn, don't forget that our Eastern iiviuiiuuia 1110 ivvuiuk result... whilo wo have neighbors are feeding apples to stock with gno result.., whilo wo have only a scanty supply fu family iuo. Also, that Eastern farmers hare their barrels of cider anil an abundance of tbo best of appl vinegar, ana hero eltner is a rarity with tho ma jority of families. And jet wo most all cultivate more land than is profitable and havo nlten an abundauce of an. I . I I . U.. I. 1 .. 1 nrofitnb e if set In lie-., hrlldp. lunmvln. lh condition of tbi land. ..,,D5?""'rA0l rlwi-n,c.r Cru !t,.!."I!e- uuoiiiijj uu new iutk lieu nppin. or lien Davis, I will ell this spring by the lliou sand atS75.C0 : bv the 500 at $43.00. l'rl l,v ftVo". ifl crab, per so i.oo ; per 100 S7.oo; per 1000 ton. 1 KUT nvTvy una num irees uu cis eaca : ner A, ma An ' p"T ... 1 Concord grape, first class, 1 year vncs 10 cents each: per dozen $1.00! per 100 5 dollars ; per ,0l) 35 dollars. Booring vines each 25 cts, per down 2.50 j per loo, is dollars. A" 0,Der 8l0CK ,b0 "ime " la,t 'PrlnS- , par, ttb-Har- . a" a- Bpu roau, or auuress tno proprietor. 1 J T' ' -A.. SHULTS. oe23 n4 Troy, Mo OF JOB PRINTING EXECUTED With JYeatness AT THE HERALD OFFICE - 1 sai rnr LI v -.-. LAOLt.DC. HOTEL. TIRO'S", MO Tnnnviiii i. a inicwcn n - rruprs. mmo ..... ... .. . I V"'aoa in good ui una lis tan o sudd lea with ih. k..t .k. ?a!k.et oir("J!- Strangers stopping in Troy win fln.Juh5? t,h.e.c.0.m.forJ,'iLnomr.. ""i " w,' .""",J...prlm. Li- Muwr., buuu ni jirmnuies, nnisaies. Wines Ale "'"i e,0-l ' the finest brands of Cigars. ' ' . w2'1 tne"h BlMoUuion. I B, ""tT. .JCB UaRTMiN. LOUIS WOLFBRAM'S NEW Jewelry Store, TROY, MO. I expect to remain In Troy, tas keep at all times a Large and Cenplete Slock of JEWELRY, -WATCHES, CLOCKS, &o. I WARRANT my Jewelry to be what I renreient It. ir tint I tell my customers sot If Plated I tell them. Jewelry made or purchased to order. I keen th very beat American Watches and Watches, Clocks and Jew elry Repaired, and all Woik Warranted. T Schnelle & Querl, LUMBER MERCHANTS Cor, Main and Dcstrehan Sts., wjr. Ljouxh, mo. ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED. July 21, 1871 ly. HARBAUM, MANLTACTijBER OF WAGONS, BUGGIES, Ifheelbarrowsitfc, , ILL KINDS OFREPJIRTOlv PROMPTLY ATTENIiED TO. Al L WORK WARRANTED NEW WAGONS Constantly on Hand. July 17, 1S72 ly. 1S73. 1873. 1873. MISSOURI REPUBLICAN, ViVHt Class News and Family Journal. TERMS. THE MISSOURI REPUBLICAN, published every morning, by mail, one year, $12. To clubs of three, $34 ; of ten, $100. THE TKI-WEEKLY, published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, $6 a year ; three copies $17; five copies $27 1 ten oopies $50. THE WEEKLY, $2 ayoir, three copies $5, firo copies $8, ten copies fifteen dollars, twenty copies twenty-five dollars. Additions can be marie to clubs at any time at club rates. Ten per cent, ooinminlon allowed to Agents getting up clubs. Papers not sent unless paid Id adrance, sad invariably discontinued at the end of time paid for. Remittances can be inado at ourrl.k In Drafts. Post-office Orders or Registered Letters. GEO. KNAPP -t CO., St. Louis, Mo. Christian Institute, Miss S. -A.. Stuart WOULD Inform her patrons and the publlo that din will remove her School from thi house on Main street t.i the Chiistian Institute, where sho will re-open her scooolon Wednesday, January 1st, 1873. Ml Stuart hone, to merit a there of patron age by her unremitting endeavors t improva those children who ar intrusted to her care. TERMS PElt SESSION OF FIVES MONTHS. Senior Classes $?0. Junior CUsso t5.W f.itnary Clas.es... The Ornamental Branches will be charged as customary in schools, colleges, ao. Incidental charga (luel Ao.) Payments made One-ba'f at tha oommenee ment,(and the remainder at tbe end of tha ses sion of five months. REFERENCES. Judge Sam'l Watson and lady, St. Charles. JudgoBuckner and ldy, " " Dr. Sam'l Overall and lady, " " J.W. Redaion and lody, " " Col. T.W.Cunningham, " " Srqulre Wheeler ana lady, Troy, Bio. November 27, 1872. n484t Notices NOTICE It hereby given that a meeting of the Btoekholden of tho St. Louis and Keokuk Railroad Company will be held at tbe Planton' House, In the city of Hannibal, on the FOURTH DAY OF MARCH, 1873, at one o'oloak in the atlernoon, to Uke Into eonstderation tbe contol idatlon with, or tale, or Itate to tha St. Louis, Hannibal and Keokuk Railroad Company of the road and franchises of this Company, and take action thereon and alto to ratify and confirm the action of the Officers, Directors and Execu tive Committee In the premises. Dated Februa y 7tb, 1673. IBIgnei UEO. OBBSN8, Pret't- ' WM. BUCHANAN, Pec'y. ItbU "-it i iet.