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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1W5
ii:isii)i::vt s messaui:.
We failed to receive a copy of the
Me ssage until last night, consequently
are unable to lay it before our read
en. It is an open nod frank s:ate-
nient of Lis policy, and a-ill be read
with interett because of the doubts and
uncertainties that have hnunted the
public mind for the pas; six months.
He says the perpetuity of the Union
was a fundamental ider. cf its found
t rs. The Constitution contains w ithin
.iuelf ample rcsourcos for its own pres
ervation. Th3 sovereignty of the
S'ates is not tho language of the Con
sii'.u'.ion, which on lha contrary cstab
It hea the supremacy of the United
States. The General Government is
limited, and so are the S'.ite Govern
ments. Thu policy of military rule
nf'.er the cessation of armed rebellion
would have ixplied tl.al the States
vhce inhabitants had been in rebell
ion had ceased to be States. This he
ctecie?, and insists tat taose states
where the rebellion existed only placed j
themselves in a condition where their !
vitality was impaired, but not oxtin-j
guished. their institutions Jsu?pended, j
but not destroyed. H-i considers the i
amendment to the Constitution will re
unite us beyond all t ower cf diirup
lioa. lie claims no right if interfer
ence in the decisions as to who shall
bo admitted to seats in the Senate ami
House, but leaves it entirely with the
members of each.
He earnestly urgss thil such legis-
lation n.ay bo had ?u will ersablo the ,
United States courts to resume iheir
sessions in ths States where, ly tho re
Leiiion they hive been suspended. He
urges this especially on the ground of
the necessity which exists for tho
rpeedy trial by the civil courts of such
persons as ara held for treason.
He gives ns his reason for not pro
claiming that the freedmeu should par
ticipate in the right cf suffrage in the
rebel Statt, a deference to ihe long
establisheu poli-y cf allowing lach
btata to regulate its own suffrage qual
ifications. But, while this was not
granted to the freedmen, he insists
most emphatically that rood re-
quires their security in t::eir frLV - auu'i
their properl, their right to labr, and
their right to Jahn the just return cf
their labor. 1 1 3 iusists upon a fair
trial of the experiment of tin possibil
ity of tfie two rtices living side by fide
in n state cf mutual benefit and good
In rcferenca to the finances ha say?
there must be a certain!)- cf a speedy
return to specie payments, and a retire
ment of the paper monev "at as soon
as the national -"y WI ' permit.
Our "oreiii relations rre represent
ed as generally of the most satisfactory
character. The declaration of the
IVJoaroe doctrine as a principle of the
American policy is repeated, and the
hope t'3 expressed that, as in the past,
so in the future, foreign governments
will recegifza and re.pcci it. Jlxcept
jn mis general way. cur relations with
Mexico are net alluded to.
The IVe.-ldent communicates the
correspondence between this and the
British Government, respecting cur
claims for depredations committed by
Anglo-Confederato cruisers, and states
that the demand was made more for
the high purpose of establishing cor
rect principles of international law than
for mere pecuniary reparation; he
condemns the decision cf the British
government, and concludes by saying:
"At the same time, I do no, adviseany
present attempt at redress by acts of
legislation. For the future, friend
ship between the two countrieSj must
rest on the basis of mutual justice."
The Herald's dispatch Eay
Congress will probably order the issue
of at least a hundred millions addition-,
5Sr A Paris letter confirms the
previous statement that great pressure
i3 being made on Napoleon's govern
ment for the withdrawal of French
troops from Mexico.
f?SQThe Soldiers and Sailors" Na
tional Convention will convene in
Washington on tho fourth Monday in
January. Soldiers of every Congres
sional district and every soldiers' and
eailors' organization ure expected to
Esgf It is eaid C'en. Weitzel's in
ve5t!gatioa has shown ihit the Imperi
al charges that the gunboat Antonio
was fired upon from tho Texas shore.
It is a singulnr fact that there are
many men ia the world nnd some in
Nebraska, ever, who are willing to
sacrifice everything life, property, and
good order in the community for par
ty ends. We find men here who are
willing to invite into our mi Jst the
horse-thief, ruffian and cut-throat, if by
that means there is hope of gaining a
party victory. During the past sum
mer and fall the wVeii's, of Nebraska
City, was loud in its call.s for the dis
franchised of Missouri to take up their
abode in our midst. Many of them
responded to the call, as is ahowu by
the vote cast in Otoe county at the Oc
tober election. Ana on election day
tha editor of that paper is said to have
publicly called upon this clas3 of men
to come up to the polls and "vote down
the blue-coated, brass-buttoned Abo
litionists." Thus these men have
gained a footing in Nebraska Ci:y, and
now the consequences begin to follow
In last Saturday's A'eits we find two
noticei of men having been called upon
to "stand and deliver," in the most ap
proved highwayman style. Both men
were compelled to give up their money,
and one cf ihtm was beaten nearly to
death besides. This state of affairs
does net exi:t in PlattMuouth, nor in
Omaha, nor in Urownville, nor in any
other place in the Territory but Ne
braska City. What, then, is the in-
ference ? Is K not pbnu that this is the
legitimate fruits of encouraging and
inviting this class of people to com
there ? The Veirs claims that they d d
not invito this clas of men, but that the
invitation was to Misscurians in gene
ral. ihe wording of (heir articles
might be susceptiblo of this construc
tion, but the intent was patent to every
one. The object was not particularly
to invite rascals to come to the Territo
ry, but to place no barrier in the way
cf their corning provided they would
vote the Democratic ticket (which they
generally do). We do not believe
Morton would invite bad men to this
Territory merely because lhay were
bad men; but he has allowed party feel
ing to overrule his better judgment in
the matter. There has been no invi
tatio ri3 heralded through the country
from other p'aces for emigrants from
Missouri, any more than from other
States; yet we find plenty of Missou
rians all over the Territory but not
that class that responded to the call of
the .Acir. Thero are plenty of Mis
sourians in Plattsmouth, but they are
not the kind of men who lived by plun
der in their native State; they are men
who were renected as vten ir -r1
- .ait: of Missouri, wnaiever may uuic
been their political view3. There ara
also many Missourians in Nebraska
City who are an honor, in a social and
business point of tew, to any commu
nity ; but these men did not need a
special mvita-ion to come to Nebraska.
Thy kne l:it nobody would object
to their coming, any more than thsy
wouiV to men coming from Ohio or
luJ-ana. IJt these "rulfa" needed
some assurance that their advent would
ha acceptable by some one, at least.
This assurance they got through the
columns cf the Veics, and the result is
before the people: two highway rob
beries in one day, and the people call
ing loudly for tho organization of a
vigilance rommitte to prevent the city
froai bein overrun Uy highwaymen
nod petty thieves. Is not this "paying
dear fcr the whistle?" or in other
..-nrd. ;s ;t not ravinrr dear for the fob
j ly of encouraging the immigration of
! this class cf men for the purPose f
trying u wrest the Territory from the
control of the Union party?
fcSThe Commercial's Washington
special says Gen. Logan will only go
as Minister to Mexico if assured by
the President that the policy of this
Government is to be decided.
J?7" Washington die-patches say
Gen. Howard's report on Freedmen's
affairs is hopeful. He does not think
there will be much suffering during the
JGST" A New York clerk his been
arrested for deceiving a customer Ly
selling goods that were composed part
ly of cotton, and asserting that they
were all wool. If every clerk who
does that is to be arrested, our prisons
will have to be enlarged.
A Warning to Maximilian.
The Louisville Journalsays: "There
is in our city a rumor, to which we con-
! fess that we attach suae imporiance,
though it does not come to us from any
source authorized to give information.
It is that a mot tremendous quantity of
powder - has accumulated, and is ttid
rapidly accumulating- at Casro.and that
Commissary, Quartermaster's and med
ical stores are gathering there for a
hundred thousand men. The rumor
we speak of says that the stores have
been ordered South, but that the pow
der, so far as is known, remains for the
present at Cairo."
3The FenTan Sisterhood gave a
great ball in Butfalo the other evening,
and among the decorations of the hall
was the Irish ling with the Uritish cross
turned downward, with the motto: "The
Red Cross of England shall fall be-
! neath the Eagle and the Harp."
WasLinjrMu, D;c. 1. The galleries
of the House were densely crowded at :
McPherson. clerk, proceeded to call
the roll of members elect as required
bylaw. hil being called, Mayn-
ard, of Tenn., whose name bad not
been placed on the roll by lUci'herson,
wanted to sue-ji-'st somfcihinsr, b-it the
clerk refused to be interrupted. After
the call was completed, .Maynard again
arose to speak, but the c Jerk again ruled
hi:n out of order.
Jas. Urooks, of New ork, made a
speech characterising the omission or
names cf members ir out leanessee
from the roll as unprecedented, unjust,
and totally uncalled fori If, he said,
Mr. Maynard was net u loyal man;
from a loyal State, then tiie l'resident
of the United Spates was not a loyal
man, but an alien and stranger. He
charged that the adoption of the reso
lution excluding southern members from
the llcuse by the republican caucus,
was designed as ants jonistic to the
The House took no action on the
subject, but under operation of the
pre vious question, proceeded to the
election of speaker, ih.i vote standing
a3 follows: Colfax 130. Brooks 35. j
Colfax was declared elected, and amid
applause was conducted to the Chair
by Morrill and Brooks, when he re
turned his thanks by a brief and elo
A resolution was adopted declaring
McPherson clerk; Old way sergeant-
al arms; uoouiiow uuui-ucc.jci , u
Geven post master, utitil their succes- I
1 , , if T' .,.! I
sors were duiy qualified, leas ana
navs were .ordered on the resolution, '
with tn-i following result : leas, Uo; i
nays, 3-3. These officers of the Hjusu
were then sworn hi.
ado presented a bill to regulate the far. AIm., .me b ami white yeai'io Meer, un
. .', ,. . iv. -. e ! Her half orol in tho right i Mr, an 1 !-Ta!l.ivi- .,rk in
eleCtlVO fratlCillse in tllO JJlatriCt OI ; the irf. e.ir. The owner is rqueffil to call aai
Columbia. The bill provides that from j i " i""i---"y, i-y ,B, aud ?y.
and after its passage, every mule cui- I Decetutx-r nth, l-cs. 13 5w
zen 21 years of age, vho is a c-tizen of "f'"r-rj "5;.;
iU I'nitP.1 Sti-M. a resident uf the I LMiayOUft,.
district for six moutus, and
. 1 I
icted of prty infmtious crime, shall
. . , I
! the Tight of iUlirage 111 tUO DlS-
Sec. 2 imposes a panalty for inter-
ruption or 'nterftreni a with the right
granted above. The bill was ordered ,
0 . 1
Sumner introduced a bill to preserve
the n 'ht of trial by jury, which pro-
vide that grand juries shall consist of
one-halt ot persons cf African descent
in a section whera oue-sixth of the
rnr,!;tiiiiniirt! Africans, and the same
l . . ....
proportion in peill juries w Ut-re tut? mat-
tt-r relates to any injuries inflicted by
ncrsons of African descent upon per-
sons not of such descent, or vico vt-rsa. ! PRO BATH A OTIC;
The following W.S introduced by I Xtiee is heiul.y Siven that Mr. M..rKar E. Mnr
J . J , phee has luade a;.iieaiion to Ilia 1'iul'iV i."H!t of
Siliiraer tO-Uity: , t'a countv, X l.,tote appoiutei A'lmir.istratrix
Resolved, That in order to provide ; 1:
the proper guaranties for security m i ThvTsd i;.e m d (tr Jamuir
the luture so that pace and prosperity 1 . , .
Sha'l S'Jrely prevail, and lil-i pilgtltetl I VAti.JU, n vUU-h tuue .ft.u iteret..l ran api-e !
faith of the "nation bj preserved in its 1 r, V' ''."iV 1 a.'"1," " l,ti"' h ll2:h
lull sense, congress snaii iPhg, care-..
.1 iiiri ,l,7c,,:.r .r 10 be ia r! 0i
lion shall be allowed to resume its re- j
lation to the Luiou until after Hie satis
factory performance of five cf the sev
eral conditions; which conditions, pre
cedent, must be submitted to a popular
voto, and sanctioned by a majority of
thu people of each Stai, respectively,
as follows :
The compk-te c-stao'idimsnt of loy
alty as shown by an hen-st rerogni'ica
t 1 n li 1 1
of the Union of tlie ltepuM:c, .-tnu the
duty of allegiance t.) it at ail times
without menial reservation or equivo-
cation of any kind; the complete sup-
pression tt ;;n oi;garciious preiensicn
and complete enfranchisement of all
citizens, so that there shall be no denial
of rights on Recount of color or race,
but justice shall he impartial and all
shall bo eijiial beforo the law; 'ha re
jection cf the rebel debt, and at the
same time the adoption in just propor
tion of the National debt and National
obligations to the Union soldiers, with
solemn pledges never to join any meas
ures, direct or indirect, for their repu
diation, or in any way, tending to im-
r II I . 1
or race; the ChOICe Ot Citizens tO OulCe,
whether State or National, of constant
and undoubted loyalty, whose conduct
nnil rnrivprnlintl lnll c:vp nxnrnro nf
unu conversation suau g.ve a?surunce 01
peace and reconciliation.
t- 1 1 rri ' 1 -i
itesoiveu, mm jn oruer to provide
for ttiese essential tafeeu.irds without
which the National security nnd Na- ;
lional faith will be imperilled that'
c ,i ,"111.. '
ui.iii. luiiiiui uu j.'iciijimi.cu I'aih in
their political power and independence,
but that they unirt WHit until these con
ditions are in all respects fulhlldJ.
Washington, D;c. 5. In the Sen
ate, Sherman introduced a bill for the
survey and sale of the mineral binds
uf the United States. Ordered print
ed. The bill leaves the price blank,
but provides that actual residents and
occupants be allowed ta purchase lauds
at a minimum l ate.
Cowan presented the credentials cf
Win. L. Sharkey- and James L. Al
corn, Senators elect from the State of
lie (Cowan) said: "I am ins ructed
by .these gentiemei to olTer these cre
dentials without saying anything about
,t I .1 c i i i
ihem; 1 tlieretore ask that they may
li o upon the table to await the further
action oi i:.i-- i.cuy.
Sumner: "That's right."
Doolitlle introduced a biil Drovidinrr
pair tht national CteUlt; ttlO organiZT.- j Cliarlei- or "aid Cump-my, atnuiintias fc lour Hun-
.ion of an educational system, equal in j
benefit tO all, Without distinction Oi' Color i lVliosil Note i iorie 0:1 the (list dajuf Jauuary,
Vn. ; , . C U . ,1. . V i I luri-uatie ot the said At, I, liiiaiu t. uai vey. An
that in cases of hih irea-on and armed Um0 t,, rerr;to:Tof Nebraska. u;r. by c-rtiiy,
resistance to th government iarorsare tu-,L "u'll 4i and Mei-chauts- issmame couip-
,- , ,J uy has fti I aa.u--i, ... t , Trai;-ict bii.iae tf the In-
not disqualified from actlllij because of : irar.ee iu the Ter.Uoi.. .,p Nebiaska uMl.r tlie laws
having expressed an opinion, provided , 2r. isoTvrritorjr u":iilf-e of J-ry, a.
they V. ill, tJOtWllh.staudinfr, impartially j ln witness where-r, 1 hare. ut,?r,;b d my
, . , r J name, ai l eaned tue .'u i f if e AuditorV
try ine aCCUSed. ' t- CHiee to be lie-eunto afllxe-i, tt.ij l,th dy
Alorrill in-.rotlaretl a bill, repealing! r . 'f V'u
an i;uvs iu torce 1 1 ine i;itrici or o
Ill r - . . v . rt
lunibia which make any distinction on
account of color, and prohibiting the
authorities of Wahinston, George-
town, and the county of Washington,
frem :-i:&ci.v.r; in ihe future, ai.y iav or
ordinance 'hut shall i.ot t-tfect alike all
persons, tl whatever mce or color.
This section takes similar action res
pecting the several Territories cf the
United States. Any officer violating
such provision is liable to a fine of not
less than five hundred dollars and im
prisonment for not less than six nor
more than twelve months.
House Mr. Boyntm, Congrega
tionalist, was elected Chaplain..
Randall, of Penn., offered a resolu
tion that the interest anc principal of
the debt created during the rebellion
ouglv. to be pronipliy'paid. Adopted.
Watuinuton, Dec. 6. Senate as
sembled at 12 M.
Foster, President pro teni, in the
Dixon offered a series of resolutions
passed by the Connecticut Legislature,
on condition of public affairs, and fa
voring equality of all met. before the
Est ray lYolice- ,,.
TsTvn up by the subtcrib.r, 1 nile went nf Tlni-W
15 lulls, 'a.-s ruanty, Neb., on the let cf llec, 1-C",
one it year eld :?ieer, vale ft!, soiim wbite on bjcU
ard belly, tail white, uuderMiie cf of each ear.
L. . Pat i kk S.
T.iken up ly tlie subscriber, 2 miles wr?t of Pork
El nils. Cm is coiimv, Nib. , on the lr day of Der. I 63,
two r-d Meers, tw.j y araoio, a lilt 'e: white iu Uie
brush cf the tail of tach. No luirks or trauU per-
ceivaiito A. M. Holmes.
Ta,tfn up ,,y tlie s,lbM.ri,,Pr, pn0 wt , f Kf n
o.-h-i, t-ass county, Xfi., iio.',.mstt-i-, a ;.e,,,-, nw,
roan spei-kleJ, ears ab ut .haif tone. Mimiosed t )
,!tv,. 1P,.U irvt..a t.,r. .0 th.-r Bin.k .r bmcas
i'.-r.-eivijie i.euiam n. ur.jwx.
Taken t:p by the iiiMh-rsiguxl, it vitjf n the fsrm
'if K. ti. Uoi.io, 4 milos Mjnlli uf 1'UwiMiioutii, otm
yeai lirir lb'ifer, ren' an d whif k. tteJ,inarkel with
I irij oil' the rijl.t . ur, and unpet h ilfon.p in the leu
T tin at thn reiderOe of thH 5ub-7rihi!i', in t':e
cit of IM.V.MiU'.ith, on the bt'i day ril Uecemter,
Cow ata cif; the cow is i-.red, wit
while f! mki. both hiUil feet whit.-: sui ).d to I.
)...Ui ! yearsuia C-.ilt ired, lmli alittle v.-hit
in tore he id, mpp .sod to be 8 weeks old. The owner
i r ine te.l t call, prove property, pay ihats and
U. 1 . i-E.
S:ri; ed fr. in mv farui. Z Steel.-. yeafir:v-s, part
' ni marked. 1 will l.iy a reaionuble leoiil in koo
j "'rVtr' "' '"
AI1 1"'5"" i-'vj notified not t. tm-i my -ife,
; Lii.abeth W'ahl. as 1 wid pay uo dahu tt her con
I training from a:;d after
; '''jVth. 13.
this liate, he haviO'i 1 -ft lay
13 3 .v
l d-.el1 aw.v
ITobat" .111." ;C.
To Joh'i R. S.r pr mid Jo-iathaa V. WWe an the
v.t-.k 11.. wn hen s .iit'l 1 1 1 r -pi e- utai .ye 1 ol Lje es
taiu ;i l'etvjr A. Sa"py, Uc'tMsfU :
Y.m are t.e el y infuruin I ihat a the 4'!i'!ay ef
Dei-emle-r. A b l'-OC', .Ie? Weii.eil.i and William
Campbell fiVd their petisio'i in th ; l'iob;:te 0'iirt iii
aiid hu' Cu--" c-juyfy, X . T.t Tiie olj--et and prayer of
stid p 'iti u i- t 1 .t l;n:i an uider or d'-c-t o aathoi--!7.inj
mid du-vetii-.g lip' Adrtiiiii-trauir f said vtate
io niak.- ati.l e.veeute a c 'n veva uc- to l'j ; m id J ose
etilel an i WiiliiiLi I'aiii;"' II. f Hie following
t:-iil KP!ate ia Ca-s r.ii:ntv, N. i'., :o it Lots S. U,
1 -t"'1,1-'" bl"lk
1 l,v "l 1 !-i:!-!iiouih;
, up'ii- hearing, u t:.
ii.ll and 1'- ill bbjclv nnmb-v hixiy -f u,(l3l, in the
and 'hat ?aiJ y l.tna will coine
j 23rJ Jay of January, .7. J). 1SGG,
I j,i 0-ioek a m of ?aia uy, at the file.- of the
i'robatc Judge u aod 'vrCi '!': '
Ty ci:r cf the IVobate Jud;-- ot Cass i..nuty.
Farmers' and Merchants'
OF QUINCY, ILLINOIS.
V.'e, the un Jei s ijned, l'reident and Soerttary of
the l'iirru-r-,' ainl Merchants' l'i-iiraiiceCo:tip my, of
tj ilncy, I llinois, d 'h'.rebv eertity that ;l,e h:iI 0.u-
Phiiv i.- pofeU oi a e ipnai, in ace r nne with tlie
j amountm,-- u ever Nine Millions DolhiT, and not
i tiru.:.i.era "" !"; '".r i-" v.nu-; D.t u, a.tdi-
tion theieio, t!..-anl tomi.any i posMeil ot Cash
! .-.Mi.-t ami Hiiu R.ceiviSi: u 10 tuiy. nearly aa
! 'Irawini; in en st at the rate of .en p.-r .'int. per an-
,, aii,miri. ? to Niueiy-Mx -ih.msani iciyi.t iiu-
i dl and ti:h:y.nlrl-lt Oolla:.,iius balaiue
1 on hand January lt, A. t. 1';5.
r s R sj w. n. ci ine p e-id.i,t.
M . II. Ai rlUNli.itc.
I. AlemmU-r Joinuon, Clerk of the C.unty Coa-.
v.-i!hiii mid f'rHi'l coitnfT. do hereby ceify, that W.
N. Climt ami W. It. .inKrauk proaly appeared
Lett r-in e, who, beiriir duly tworn, i!e0;e and say
that t!:e fai ls M-:t. d m th" above ce'tifliate a; true
to the b-t of their knowledge auj brilel
In tt!lnoliy wh'-reof. 1 hav.: hereout. .-et inylnnd
au) : Ciwd the miu f ihe foui.ty f'l uit.iit my ofHce,
in the city cf IJ'iim-y, ti.ia !"th ;.y of X vemb r, A.
L. p csrs ALEX. JOHXSi, CI rk.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTIICRITY,
To tKpire on the 31-t d:iy ef January,.. i 1 5' 6
INSCIJAAC E DEl'AlU MENT, 1
llUiiebf Tei ritori.il Auditor,
Oaul.ii, Ne., Nov. ImL 1o". 1
V.'l erea?, II. M. Van Fraob. E i., Vie. li ei.!eut ' f
tu l aiiiiers aud -Meiclianis lunraimi Company,
loci, el at Quiuey, llliii-i-s, ha lil'd i.i this n:ice a
cerijl'cd copy of the Act r.f 1 ncurpoi i i Ml of aid
Couipanv, ii relh' i with a written in-tH'.nent ud T
the siai of nM company, sk-iied by Hie Preitideiit
and Secretary thereof, un.eroai&. c' tityinf that tid
Coinjiiiiiy i po.st-e-M.-d of a capit il ef i-'our lluieliel
and i:itfhiy-six Tlioiiai.il Five Mund d and (eighty
Three oS-10d DoliarF, ben ir lieposit Niies in furee oq
the hist d.iy of Jauuary, 1-0., secmel Ly lien on the
real e.-tate inenied; and aiso a writva int-trument,
ni-'ne: by the Pioidciit acd Mcrel.i:y cf said iNuu
Panv, authoiizinr anv at 1 ail Aieiit- that -.aid Com.
paar niav appoint in in- ieiiii-oi i jcuia-a iu
j a.c'pt and HckBobd3 e. rire cf froe-. &c., for
i behalf of aia compaDy.Hud waivits a.i cuim
panr may anpoin; m tii ' Teiruoiy f ebra
i "i ruwi- uy ira-"u ui suruci ".rt at1. .. ouu n.c r.ini
Coru .iny ha ful ly couipiicd with tlie r qiui emeulA
of -A u Act i:i refjtion to InsQiauce 'otiip.itiie?,'
uppr.jT.d K -biuaiy 14:h, JiiJ
Iherefore be it koevrn, by theie prenents, t!iat fTJ
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(XKAlil.Y OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICB,)
wr- JOSEPH, MO-
HavP g pi.i'ehanr 1 rf tnv o! 1 pirtner ll hii tnt--est
ir. thee.-tabli-hed Hai.lare U"Uo of CULIUCX
CO., I otter an extensive stock f
V.'hole-alo tiad r.etai), at Low I'ik!
ATTEiVTEOrV FARJIERS !
I hare a !jr;e ?to."le ef neh 0 01U ar nerdd
ty you; "11 at the "Sijiii cf the J'ad Lolt" t
vnyrzps, nuts, kxa.v -papiks.
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WflLKf.S. C. I. ARM.
KAUES. 1! rSfi'lV .WAHS,
.V.1.N-. .iirh'S. 1IIXGES,
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A v; i:ps.
SA li'.V AX' PI.AXPS.
I cull piUl ;i!t'r.ti.)il t mv ntor't of Rf.lfD't
tilt l.S and a PAIS ti YJ'IES, th bt articlt
i:i ihe inarket.
Agent for the "CI Yf'A CHIEF" Rer,r and
Mowr. undoibteil v tlie best machine i-i niret.
..ect f..r UEXDPXIIAI.r.'S PA Ml LOOM.
rF" Will removo to my New Huildin.
V'lt-b 1- Ve,; rt.... I atvrcen.Hil 8nd
ith, nbout March 1st, 18GC.
A. G. MANSFIELD,
Wholesale nnd Ktail Dealer ia
1IIL1VY HARD IV. JRE,
Sly stock of I on aa I Steel it urie, compltte,-nd
npurior to any heretofore cfpTed iu thi :ai Vl.
A!o a larg" etock of
va(;ox& uva a y woodwork,
HLA CKSMI l'lVS TOOLS,
FA IR II A .YA' .V S OA L l-.fi,
molim: axd rock islaxd
IIROWX'S CORX 1'LAXTERS,
S VLK Y C UL TI VA TOR S,
n vcki: yi: u i:a r i: r s a .v d
M O I vi:r s, & C. 4 c.
A-A jen t for
Grover & Baker's
SEWI G ITI A C 55 I IV K !3
7 Orders fiom a distance will receive prompt
Ho. 22, THIRD STREET
S. 7LYT JOSEPH, - - .MO.
October 2':h, 1SG3. G n
WCOLWOKTI! Sc. CO.,
SALYT JOSEPH, .MO.,
8- AULm, B. A. FklKKMA!.
S. ADLER &. CO ,
Dealers in all kinds of Foreign and Dt met'c
WINES, LIQUORS AND .CIGARS.
X'O. 14, EAST SIDE MA PKET SQ I'A PE,
St. .Joseph, 3I.
Wooltvortli V Barton.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.,
GENERAL FORWARDING, STOR
age and Commission Merchants.
ty r . Pes''r Porirnrd firiy'il io all
ori5 3 m
WILLIAM. S. THATCHER,
U"TrarTantf a cure or no py.-S Offee al the
ttore of Uowe i Thaiener,
F 3FB IPX A.
E. II. HARDENBERG1I & CO.,
Have just opened in the Euiidintj
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AlTof which tl b?
Ihe ananner of trlling is as foUowt. We eel me .f n:r f.;a.:J (;.fi S.lo K i..lo.ti. rc.Rtaii.tc
a beautiful Carte de Viite cf gnine eel sin att d har.ict t r ia c. v. I or 11 i a. y l.u- f r Tw--tity fir
eentj this envelope alnu contain an ad Trt Semen t of 'nie ,,r;i. :.' 1 or l.-autiTal st...k il:4i
can be purchased for
ONE DOLLAR ?
JTj" C ioe one anj all, ami examine oar 4:0c k. wt.oth , y..i u 1 1 't '' ' J or no, an.1 Co
not lose ttiii flie opportunity t get f or u Bint; tl." f.i 1 t l.i I i pus 1.
dect3 I t
WAGOJf AND BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Geo. Boeok 8c Co-
Have r-moreJ to their
JVEW TWO STORY BRICK SHOP,
TV!.re thf y ar5 prrrarod to turn 'ii
Jtr.ii every tiling beaded by I'.-lh'.er or i'.f riterj in th" 1 ekt of ntyl ..
Hordes, Whiles and Oxen Shod in the best -stv!e nnd on rcasor-
J O A3 - TV
Of eveijr deiicripiion, either in wood or iioti, done ou idi:irt netieo.
. 1Tr&-- I'nrtirular'att&stit ftd to Refnirinp; all I kin Jj of MACHINERY
CASTINGS of auob.
"i bey ki cp on band, and f .r eate,
Ox-Yokes, Bows, Steeples, Cahle-cliaii.
BOLTS of nil sizes, VAGOIi rn7P,
In faet, eiei.Ttlnr- In their tit- a-thi ly rrf..:h:- I'm'.: ,r.u or Fi.turs.
Il tviDo; a largo stock of Seasoned Tim. or, and th- lev,'. Y.iy of Iron, Thiroi:
Skein, Ac. tfibeto l ly onr-elvcs, wi;h ppiei.,1 r-'fere-ici to tliN lr.i;.-. v f e: c t.9 Jsot thiUmia In
' ut bf tter and more wci!:. at cbap-r rates, t'uaii any o:l.r bbop in -f. r rr
Tbanlifnl fcr past pat: (,nt, we sjiitit a Ciiu'iititi ce of uj a..
nlif action C(ini'afslecd cb Zlonvy nefmided-.j
PLATT-Morni, N. T.. Nov. Fth, 18Co.
Gents Furnishing G-coda j
4 ' a
m r l
&.c, &c, Sec.
Also rHnre lot of RCIiBEU GOODS
and REVOLVERS always on hand.
will find it to their lieneSt to examine
my stock beforo purchasing elecwhere.
Cash prjid for Hiflcs, Furs
Plattsinomb, May 25, tf
i-dj i vug ihe lly:
'AV ATCJIES. &C.
ro'd - for (i.eratil nn f
i!AKDi:xr;:uon ec co.
a'l tii.. vf N. y
r 7.i .L'.s 0!d Slam,
II A S
IP .A. X, Xi 32 2ST !
Hal moved in!,, n-i- briclc b'llldii f 00 11. '
uer of Jlai.i !:. t and whftie be II :! '
I'oiwrtK ia. j.j Ld.l.ti.u, li bi alrnlr fs.
ftO' U of
i I!.- !T"i s tl.o vi
y !id of bargains to e'.fe'1
. e i.i t n v i in) want i.t li i -
' Bid !.'.( I -H H r;
' Lii !:ii" t j ;t-t l!.i
' af othe-H
j KeincUite. tU'.
u n i c k c o n n e r .
v.l fire l.iia a ca1; if yea wiu to buy !?
Boot Cc Shoe Shop.
'he n'lbM'TiL.-r w m :, I re-oectfullr rull tl.f ',r.
lion of the ivtiii-n r f i i.iit.iaotith and t!.' pu ' ''
ar(te to tlie fac' ti: it t e baa Ice ted on t il "r esJ .
bonelall's D'l. S' wberebe intlii ,.
on har d and uiVi: n the fhorteH amle lf,'
arlicleiu Maine, li i - tik being led ' -'t
self, and liaviii- . i.t ti e mot of till 1-'' ',
buioeK. be f ft- ! ie;.t that be caaj:T
Won. t.ive I rni 'j. i"t'.'..
April l'j -ci. j. rjsoivmy