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LANE ON DOUGLAS.
Little Giant Defunct.
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WASHINGTON, D. C., April 1853.
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Mr of Kin-.'. priyb ;
-'.' I i;ivn that dilution
, m oli) f:oni th fft.-t l)mt the
u which frum-id tha Cont'ttil
c i-w, w ilh r:it. imaiiimit y, h.vl
. Gr. C n tr, medium
f m r.f I
fy w ,ir!i ii y,f nl I h C.'HllU'"m (0
Vt .., i.tiiiin lii in on s iooiint of
, 'inly, tl.n most proj-wr jn'Moti t
,ni U into tho Union the now appli-
On flmii I at of that wi'fk the m.morl
! tv' I'm s ilj i.-l of severe criticism, and
in ro iivi-tinn with it o)irjr,. of tho most
givj oiiai.tuter lor preferred ai'inst
O i M in VtT tint, in a rrunr r.l in your
Iscarip mi.l bv vol, i r.inlily Browed
rijf 'li the rev'mir of that mitnorial, s'at-
1 (!nUn(!'.'. - t'..i.t it was pp-pii-ed iinlnr
1117 ilirt'i-uon in conformity with the au
thority tt.,d in m. that no human b.v
insr '- consulted in tin preparation of it
ti.t tha instructions of my prinnipals
wore faithfully carried out. The expla
nation was m fill m tt.i avowal w.is fiank
Mdihin luting withhold.
After thin, 111 ronnoction with that
iii"ui'ri l, you r-'p-ut, tho charts in a
f irm much mora objontionablti limn bn
f.ira. B''li.)v)n5, ai I di, that neither
tho Constitution of tho United Stntn., nr
tho ru'.n of thu Si'Mto w.ira inimUfJ to
just.fy or RHnc'.ioii o across nn a'-UA-k up
ot t!ie phi-tractor of an Am-incan nitili'ti,
I rospeolfully at for such so Jtplanntion
cf your Inry.Mj'i upon thitt 0 '('asion an
rjniovo nil imputation upon the in!jr
rity of my a :;ioiior mo:iviii uomifciion
wiih tlio nwm -riil. WIihii y.u arrfl
iuir.iLvl J;.it aklionh I litva a coi till. ate
of eliL'tiori to a '' t in the b'jdy of which
you aro a mn'iihflr, ni, no fur am your
jr, yot I am not prmii.l to ipnk in
my own dufi-ue: whon you ar reininJtv.l
of tho fiioiuldhip personal an woll as pi)lit
ioa!, which lias Imrotofora extnti"! biitwonn
us, that I cama liort your frid.id, oonfi
dmitly xpootiinc; to find you on t ie Km
is upptiuation whr you stood lu '41 on
the Tuxis quoHtion, and in'6'J, on the
Ciliforni i qui'stion, in favor of naognij
in llic paojila's (i.jv.rnini'iit and cxihii
dinovisr Anvirii' in cilienis tho protec
ting arm of tlio Ojui'r.il (J vernmiii. 1
M o.o'iti lmt tli, it you will, without tins
iiation, tender thrt expl uvttion ruquoiitcd
ud tlwri'hy ri-nd.r tomplrt a;'t of justice
towards 0110 wli ) has faithfully di Imrnd
)nn duty to his aotiiiituonts in all thu re
lations which liavrf olveri rise to the exci
Respectfully, J. C. LANE.
, To Hon. Siki'U. A. Douolas. Washing
ton City, l). 0.
Bonator Douglas asked until 1 o'clock
tj rjply, which wa granted. Ho lh.ui
sked until 4 o'clook and al'wrvf irds until
Monday morning. Thoao rotpiesla were
hailel as 111 inifestatlons of a manly pur
pow to do me justice, n-l were cheerfully
r ranted. Mr. Douglas And myself )md
n been personal and political friends.
Thu recent stirring events in Kansas, and
my ciouiiocti )ii i;li ilium, were familiar
to him. If, because In conscience I had
foil inore-t to advocate the cause of Kansas
with every civil right trodden under foot
by loroign invaders, while he with father
ly love and perhaps eual conscience, ws
i-.ierUhiiig Kins is a she is a n child
oChi- own begetting a doubt had arisen
in my niiui vpccliiigour future relations
il w is banish-' 1 on my ooming to Wash
ington. The Senator nvt me with great
cordiality; ho a Ivorliaod nio of li s par
ticular regard and pl-iasautly upbraided
for not giving hiiuau opportnuity t- wl
coinj me al his house. 1 buoamo his in
vito 1 guesi and commnnicaled wi'.h him
iu honest frioudsliip. Ho thus anniliili,
to 1 distance between us, and baptised mo
bis friend an 1 equal, beneath his own roof
and before hi very household go U. The
word 'hypocrisy' is found iu the diction
aries bovau-io the thing exists: when there
fore, in tho tv-nate Chamber, where
Ms deeds Uy his consiiiuuonai oain ougn
to b-i b'iuiiJ lu truth and honor, I found
him breaking opeu and parading the pri
vate conversation of an invited trieiid,
which occurred in his own house, as
resident burglar would break open the
eheslofa be. rayed guest; when t e con
vers uion was relited in such tortured
nd misshapen manner thul it ceased
be truth aid became falsehood, when,
damage the causa of an honest and accused
but and brave and hopeful people he struck
his blow throagh me, their representative,
with vulgar auocity of nuuiior wlroh
clin-lerie-i the insincerity of his frond-
ehip the words of which were not
cold and with vehemenco ofacousa
lion thst evinced the laborious ial with
which ho had. studied the dictionary
Ii .I'.ingi-jate. common aensilillity to
value of private fami demanded that
'io.il Jo all upon him for ex plana Ions which
would lead l- pr-q er viu Jicatioii, as
lay nr'!it, Il w.s a right ho had espioi
aily sauoified to nia by his overtures
fn. i-.j.liip: and it wat llio more his
to give it, because the injury
d o. to me in tho Senate where ulandor
ani f..U.-h-Kd, if iheir existence there
j ..-a'.LIo, hard coiistitulional prolocliou
A prop-r rt'paraiioii thei would have-
e nictd iLiit iiiagnaiiiir.ily which yield
justice from a t-enso of honor wh-ru ihere
no law to compel it. I I a 1 i-.L )d an
of simple justice in civil language, without
ofienoo, and with only so much var neatness
n l;-icaii: mi iiiiligi. tiil and injured
On Monday m iming, S-mator Douglas
ddinnBed so elxborato letter to my friend
r-pelting the c'larga in the mosl brutal
I .n "Ui::'a, and declining to conimunioale
v,u!iiih, as I learned, forth following
r.-: i , .in-.: if be hn 1 others personal
M.mv'.f. he modestly refrains from !Iud-
JKg tj t' l-lll.
Fir-.t other Ejnators used language
t coud Tho i nate rejected th mem
cn..i ty larrrj m.ijority. 1
Third Geueral Cas would not vouch
ftr i ' r.-iiu-i.eu.MS.
I .-. iJ. Humors of tho purpose
proM, of w)iioh my rnqtmst for an oxpla
nation was the for"-ui,ir.
Fifth A C'huir'-.mn of th Commit'1
on 'IVrrit.ri"i, it w hi- iloly tocoinpare
the rti-ii,.iorial!; and f -r w!ia he hs miid
tands l-hiu.l his j rivil'-g-J a. id cotietitu
Aft-r I fvving doi-a an injury, It Is sso
ond oTun'ie in an Jmnora'im nmn to f"-1
re) pi-niinni-e nd J.-ny reparation. I sliall
noldwr-11 upon tliis transparnnt invention
to hi 'rt his cowardice to avoid f u'inr r-
-.ponMhi'ity . His first statement is un
li ua Afier my frank xplanation it wan
not noMdjie for sny other rV-natorto have
use,f aucih l:in?i!ie. It is the plna of
vnry rs,"-d olfendor at the bar of th
I'oln-e Conns --"ho vr full the world is of
crime; how rami more tin-re are hka him'
but the Ju''gns have nlways overruled the
p'.oa. In the next plane W-nntor Dou-jlas
paisdos against me the very injury he
uatised me by his personal influence and
energy and ths force of party discipline.
The other objections are unworthy of him
unless, perhaps, il be thai. of privilege,
The third and fourth objections re un
worthy of his judgement. His heart,
constitutionally adapted to it, pleads
"privilege." It is said of a distinguished
viator, that tter lus tieaa was moss,
oming for the grave he gave offense to one
much his junior. The youn mm com'
plained of his inability to resonl Ilia ,w
suit on account of the dispirity in years
and position. Th venerable Honatorex
claimed, "I ak no exemption on account
of my ao: no priveilen from my posit
ion no sir, nonol If I have insulted you
you are entitled to repartition, and you
shall have it. l)ut thu Senator from Ulinoisa
yields to no such vulgar wenkn-iM, and
follows no such vain examples. Like A
heroic doif, irown insolent upon fat diet
with hiit head out ottlu; kennul, lieirmwis
with swiillun oouraare, with a cunstiu tion-
al privrtlepe at his back, behind which to
retreat, llonorea Willi a trust similar 10
his, from the brave and loval people of
Kansiis, yl iuld to tho Senators Constitu
tional exemption from acooutilublity for
lantruairo uied in dobata if he sees tit to
avail hunsolf of it, but I ywdd it in tho
loiter tniy, not in Ua spirit; for, by tho
spirit while ainiinir to surround with safn-
guards the utmost freedom of opinion an-!
dwbste 111 tho cs-nute (. haniticr, ami so
procludeall i)oountability for it, it Im
plies and comprehends that hijjh notion
of Hmiatnriiil decorum, oaunor nnd truth,
whidi excludes the idea of wanton and
malignant wronjj. It was given to pro
tect the tScnator, in tho expectation thr.t
his duty nnd juslioo would protect all
others. Hut il is within the Senator's
diaorotion not only Vulor, to assert his
legal exemption as he miyjht bIno plead
the Statute of Limi'alions a-'ainsl a eon-
tiding creditoi an-l au hoiu-si debt. He
baa done so, claiming hMiyloi'k'a virtue,
that "il is tho law." Safely sheltered and
hidden behind this constitutional pri lege
whiohexisU legally inall canes but morally
iu none, Senator Douglas now compels me
to ihu unpleasant alternative of protesting
bofoi the public, against this personal
outrage perpetrated wliie my voice was
thou silent, which ho technically declines
to repair uiidor every obligation of honor
At law he knows I can luce my. accuser
and confront the witnesses: with either
cowardice or privilege between mo and
my adversary, I nm compelled to sutler
witnoiu ncartiig at inti nnnus 01 cuu.ivuu
Sonator DnucliH cajoled me into an un
deserved trust to bis h'mcority. Hemado
me tho guest of his hospitality to deceive
and oireuirivent me. , llu lias broken the
seals of friendly oor.tidetico, nnd publisher!
it with criminal effrontery. To make the
porKonal indignity tho greater, I10 has
impeached 11111 hi friend and witness:
and ha has so distorted what I did say
that I am unable to call it my own. Ho
has inveighed with gross criminal impu
tations, against mo unsustained by a
single fact in my own history, and all do
llied by the public and familiar history of
K insas. I so stigmatise the imputations
tid charges, anil when smsrting under it
and presuininii on soma sincerity in our
past relations 1 ask lor justice, or tor ex
planations that shall lead to justice, he
hunts out from tho Connlilulioti that
magical word for weak kneed spirits
"Privilege" and tins to his cover, The
publio shall be our Judges. To this oonv
plei-lion has it come. Is the ferooious
braggart heroism of the Sonata Chamber
which boasts in this place of having gal
, . . , buriU iulv that quality
which "ooies out at the finger ends," and
expires outside of the portals of the Cham
ber? Are treachery, falsehood, coward
ice anv bolter because they are privileged
ia pruie-i iv, unit) uvi.i' .m.-w
Will the '-Senator of Illiuoise abuse it, nd
make want of courage and "privilege"
convortableand equivalent terms? I ap
peal from the strooioua condnot of the
Senator of Illiuoise. and submit to the
honest publio, and its just sense and con
violion, thai iu morals no elevation
place can dignify :.nd protect injustice
that, because a person is humble, his op
ptvssion becomes more aggravated, and
lie is within the protection of ail honorable
men above htm that accusal ion and ac
countability always go together: that
character assailed, liiav always compel
the accuser to his proofs, and if the offen
der become a fugitive fiom this plain
duty, and attempts to retire to legal sub
lortuges, public juhtico will laka up the re
tribution of the him over
J. C. LANE.
X? The Bounty Land law will bs
amen-led as to i-ive additional lund to
who have receiisd less than one hundred
and sixty acres, and to all pensioner
with or without "record evidence.
Jf ST Two men were riding in stage
ooaoh, when one of them, missing
baudkorchief, rashly having accused the
other with having stolen it, but soon
Sliding it, bad the good manners to beg
parJou for the affront, Raying it was
mistaks; to which the other replied,
wit'i great readiness and kind feeling
"Don't be uneasy ; you took me for
tl.iof, and I louk you lor gentleman.
JP A very good natured gentleman,
with very long nos-e, was one day walk
ing down nsrrow street j two or three
very quiinic&l ladies, with very ill g'aoe,
pnumtd iu tucir way nd looked sttadfaft
ly st tha gentleman's now, when he good
Jiuruorediy placed his finger on its
and pressed it to one side, and laughingly
said, "iNuw, Udies, yvu Lave ro.-m
T 1 r F I HTJli!l u N E
V. C OKAY, I" ittok ft rrirTn.
To the Republican Electors of the
Ninth Congressional District.
The National Convention held at Titts-
burgh on the 2, of Febj.last, having
recommended the holding of National
Convention cf the Republican party at1
Philadelphia on the ) lh. of .June next,
for the purpose of nominating Candidates
for President and Vice President of the
United Slates. We the undersigned do
recommend that convention, to be com
posed of one delegate for every 63 rotes
csst for Liutenant Governor last fall in
tha several counties in said District,
held at Tiffin, on Tuesday the 27th day
of May at 1 1 o'clock A. M for the choice
of delegates to represent the district in
said National Convention,- and for the
transaction of each other business as may
coma befo e the convention.
May 7th 1856.
C. J. Smiud,
J. S. Pv'tllNfON,
Jacob i ckouos,
J. C. Ly,
May 7th 1856. To the Republicans of Seneca
The State Central remmittee of the Re
publican party of Ohio, having called a
Slate Convention to assemble at Colum
bus, on the 2'Jtli day of May, for the pur
pose of Nominating candidates for State
ofliees, and selecting six Delegates: for
tho State at largo to attend the Philadel
phia Convention on tlu 17th, of July sn.l
also to nominate two Presidential Kloo
tors for the State of Ohio at large. Soiie
ca county being entitled to five delegates,
in such Slate Convention. And whereas
a Congressional Convention of the Re
publican party for the ninth congression
al distiict, ia to assemblo at Tiffin on tho
27th, of May, and delegates to that Con
vention must bo chosen by this county;
You are therefore freely requested to
assemble at the Court House in Tiffin on
tho 82 day of May, 1866, at 1 1 o'clock
A.M. in muss Convention, for the pur
pose of selecting the delegates tibove na
med, to the State and Congressional
Convention, aforesaid, and for the transac
tion of such other business as may be
brought before the Convention.
It is rsspocifully hoped that ihe Re
publicans of "Old Seneca wiil respond to
this call. A high importance attaches to
the action of every republican in this
county. Let us meet and confer together
for tho advancement of true civil Liberty
and for the upholding of the true Nation
May 7th 1856.
IV. K. I f ARKNKSS,
P. t-HIILMAN, .
C. K. Watsok,
J. C. Lick.
James Buchanan, a Federalist.
The prospect of this eminently "re
speoiiible" candidate for the presidency,
hinders his antecedents in politics his
tory of soma Interest. Howevor, dis
agreoablo the fact may be to his admirers
among tho "democracy," it ia not the
less true that Buchanan was first lifted
into distinction by tha old original 'blue
light' federalists. Ho ran twice, success
fully, as their candidate for the Assembly
of Pennsylvania. Subsequently he waa
elected two terms to Congress, by the
same party. In 18,"i0 he figured as one of
the "five federal members" of that body.
In 1862 he voted for the federal bill for
the repair of the Cumberland road.agaiust
which the whole ntl-foderal party atrug.
gled, as a bill of abominations. He has
always boon an ultrahigh protective man;
voting for the tariff of 1821, and for the
highest and most protective tariff ever
passed by Congress the tariff of 1828.
The last tariff we have had, which was
avowedly and emphatically protective, re
ceived hi support and was passed by his
influence tho tariff of 1842.
Buchanan was also a United States
lank man at one period In his history, he
inveigled with severity and leal against
the "weaksud wicked acts of Mr. Madi
son, and kept clear true blue federal
record up to the date of the Jackson era.
The old Gei.cr.al was a shrewd politician
as well as a soldier and statesman. lie
wroto a letter to President Monroe, ad
vising him to ignore party and to call
leading Federalist, or two, Into bis cabi
net. The result was that the Federalists
of Pennsylvania and of some other States
became loaloue Jieksouians, with James
Buchanan in tho lead. All that remained
of Federalism in the looofoco party has
remained i i the creed of Buchanan, and
notwithstanding his nominal connection
with the "di-niocracy" he has held stead
fastly tolho Tariff doctrines of the Whigs
during his whole career.
. Whether bo can by iion-commi'.t aliim
evade the slave-propagandist test
looofoco party, or whothor bo will come
out in more explicit term and consign
himself settle and body to the service
slave brooders, remains to be seen.
Niivia confide iu a young man; new pails
leak. Never tell your seerot to the ad:
old doors seldom shut closely.
Tmob whoresect themselves will be
honorable; but he who thinks ligblly
hitntolf will be held cheap by th world.
Aubitios isbut avarioscu stilts, and
tit A batter in Washington has in
vented bat that cannot bs blown off
a gale. The editor of one of the papers
of that oily says "If this bat were not
wind proof we would givsj it t puff."
Pr. Louts, y'ty 31, The Republican's
Weslport correspondent has a letter from
Dr. MoKee, Slieri IT Jones, pcysioian, d
to(l the 'iHth uli., hicli say s Jon.' symp
toms are faors! it, ar.d hiyh liopet enter
t lined of hir re-jvery.
Col. Sumner had arrived ft Lawrence
the day beforo with his who! command
and severely threatened the people for
firing into his Lieutenant's tent.
son and Keedsr cbargs the act on the pro
Sumner said it was nntrne, and If the
Governor would 1-sve the thinj to hire he
would qu kiy setlie it; '
The correipondenl of tr i Missouri
Democrat writes that Jones was removed
from Lawrence to Franklin on the 24th
ult., accompanied by Strinirfellow and
Whitfield, who said iVy dare not stay in
Stringfellow went b' fore the Kansas
Committee and demanded to appear bim
soll or by counv', and introduce testimo
ny and examine witnesses. Howard, tho
cliairman, refus! the demand on tho
ground the object they oame for would
bo defeated, as the roault would be not
an investigation on their part but an in
qnisition by everybody.
Sam. 8, titers, the Dputy SlierifT of
Douglas county, is having writs mado
out for the arrest of one hundred citizens
of Lawronce, charged with the commis
sion of crime undor tho territorial law.
The standing army will be stationed at
Lawence until tho srrests are made, and
Ihen the prisoners bo couveyed to Le
Tho tent in which Jonos was shot was
guarded by Unitod States troops at the
lima he was shot.
Pikscb is doing all that the border ruf
fians can ask or wish, Lwrance is in a
state of siege and every leading froestate
man ia pursued by United States officials
as if they were wolves. Barber was shot
Ilrowu- brutally hacked to pieces with
hatchets; presses mobbed, and men tarred
and ducked by the ruffians, and not a word
was said by Pierce or his appointees, yet
when Jones is shot probably by some
bord er ruffian the government is furious
for revc.igo on the Free States party.
Tho following is from the cor. of the
St. Louis Democrat.
Yesterday in the morning1 the United
States "dragons," under the command o1
Hum Latins, "Deputy Sheriff of Douglas
county, mado n entrance into the resi
dence of John opeer, .q., editor of the
Kansas 1 ribune. J hey surroumlad hia
house, entered it, searched it throughout
looking under the beds, under the Uoor,
in barrels, boxes, drawers, on shelves, io.
but the object of their search was not to
be found. Soon afier the "dragons,"
Infi for Lccotnploii with their prisoners
Sam Lattus is to return to Lawrence to
day or to morrow, with 100 U. S. dragons
and recommence the sea run fur ood
and his friends. Lattus is having writs
nuult out for the arrest of on hvndrtd
ciliitnt of iMwrtncr, who are charged
with the commission of crime under the
Territorial Border Code of Laws some
forbeinj judge of erection, for taking
the oalh ol office under the now constitu
tion, for refusing to aot as "Sheriff
Jones," posse, and various other acts not
consistent with the will of tho Border
Ruffians. A standing army is to be sta
tioned in Lawr-nco until every person for
whom there is rvril issued is arrested
ni l taken to Lacompton.
Yesterday, a publio meeting was held
in Lawrence, at which speeches were
made by Heeder, ltobiuson and others.
The speakers denounced the shooting of
Jones: and Robinson has offered a reward
of 85'JO for the apprehension of the per
son or persons guilty of having discharg
ed a pistol at Jones on the night of the
The tent in which Jones was shot was
guarded by troops at .the time the act
waa committed, Notwithstanding, some
one discharged a pis'.ol four times through
the tent, the tounn ball lakiugellect ami
then left without being soon by tha sold
diera. When Jones full the troops in and about
tho tent knew he was shot, they left him,
nnd went to house where tho prisoners
were confined to prevent their escape.
Jones laid there considerable time before
any one wont to his assistance. A tjreat
many stories are Hying about in relation
to the shooting, but nothing definite has
yet been brought to light.
The Democratic Contest for the
Presidency—Senator Hunter coming
into the Field.
Special Correspondent of the N. Y. Daily
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, April 22, 1859.
I bave il upon creditable authority, that
President Pierce hits tiuusfured thu good
will of his adiuiuisUitlion to Senator Hun
ter, of Virginia, upon the 0011 inency
the Cincinnati Convention, or linn ho be
cti'mes suiiaibhf in duo season of the inevit
able fuilura of his hopes. It is not un
likely that this reported airaug.-uieut has
been adopted in concurrvncd with Mr.
Douglas, w hoe chauoes appear to be do
clining into the symmetry ot our grand
mother's youthful Wai.sU, which grow
"Siuailar by dr.-r-ai aud bosutitull) ls '
These two chief repudiate! naturally
regard Mr. Buchanan with common an
tipathy, Mr. Buchanan does nol affect
to disguise tho fact that he would not
have sanction i violation of
Missouri contract with favor. This
is their chief work. Ho maintained upon
ll-al measure an obstinate silence during
twoeaiof desperate contest on their
part. Ho acquiesced in the result only
s consummated outrage, and therefore
irremediable. Ho is repealer only un
der protest. Messers Pierce and Doug
las his fiisi for themselves, second for any
man who will most certyinly dufoat their
leadinjf Northern competitor.
A Faiuirri, Win. Carolina Howard,
lh wife of Howard who was put on
Chain Gang for four month, last wek,
for pocket picking, though only lijtet
evince toward tor husband a touching
fidelity. At lbs time Howard wa con
demned, the implored Judge Prudon
send her to jail with him. f ailing
obtain that favor, she has takeu lodgings
t bouse in the jail Yard, where a has can
nave a Drioi cpKrtuniiy ul exchanging
few words of at!.-lion villi the object
hjir food .iciluJe. Cia. Coluubtan
Chahactkriaticr or a Krfnui LadT.
The I-rtn !i !dy's i-hara it ri-ii- nare gen
erally, that khe is nnnjrcppf ionably shod--that
she wars inijo-tfihle k' os that she
has toil t of le-i colloj . only, with a
dintractii) - way '! wearing aslnwl that
her man i- s are l mtehui , full of sm all
graces at. d delicately shap J coquetri--?,
but never wanting the nieent appreciation
of external propriety t wl-iehher flirta-:
lions are always subordinate that she
has a marvelous) fwulty of walking
through the dirty streets of Paris, and as
marvelous a knack of hold ing up her skirt
with one hand over her left hip; and that
she has supernatural preservation of
youth, and a bewildering hnhh nf tatsa
kiny her friend' hutltand fur her own.
- . . . . - -- .
i?' A diipatch i from Washington
says of the effect of The tipws of Walker's
defeat: "It creates much sensation here.
The Government has no other intelligence
than the general account. Previous in
formation of the probat-ility ilial losta
Rica would receive foreign assistance
renders the present statement more plau
sible. The truth is, Walker a forces have
been grossly and purposely exaggerated
throughout, nd bo has relied rather on
th weakness of the enemy than his own
strer"th. If this dinter be confirmed,
it will give a practical solution to the dif
ficulties of the Transit Company; nd may
tend to harmonixe the Central American
question, which was greatly embarrassed
by his presence."
fiT In passing through the streets of
our neighboring town of Clyde the other
day we camo across the following notice
posted on tl.efence:
'Kotict to Liquor Vender of Clyd. 0.
Gentlemen it has become an every day
praotice with f ou to sell spiritous liquors
contrary to law; this notice is to inform
you that the friends of Law, Temperance
and order have been quietly noting the
facts, intending to relurn treat by sud-
m !..; . . ...m ika lata in W mi.al Vl.mr-
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, April 22, 1859. NEW YORK, April 26.
A correspondent ol the lleram, says
.. .r 11
that Col. Benton is preparing a letter to
the people ot Missouri neoiininig ne nom
ination for Governor. Te nly nominai.o
ho would xcent,he says, is the nomination
for the Presidency.
6l AVaiRT is tub U. 3. Supatm. Court.
The Washington correspondent of the
N. Y. Independent makes statement
which if it be true is of the highest im
portance. He understands that a majori
ty of tho judges have overruled all the
previous decisions of ihe Court, and have
decided that thojlaw of a slave State holds
a slave iu bondage whilo in free State.
We acree with the correspondent. There
is notliimr now for the Court
00 OUl 10
. . . .
decide "that all States soverignty is anni
hilated, when master in his sovereignty
sees fit to settle in a free State with his
chatt'ei around him." It is understood
that Judges McLean, NeUon ,. aud Curtis
dissent from Ibis decission.
. - I ... .
jfW Tho Journa, ties Debate recently
favored its readers with its views of Eu-
ripean emigration to the United States,
From the calculations of the Debates, 11
appears that from 1790 to 1850 nine to
ten millions of Europeans' havo gone to
swell tin. population of North America.
The Debates desires to see this emigration
cease, for it is carrying away from the
mother country not only money, but the
strong arms which gain money. But
the Debates refuses to believe that this
t'uiigraliou can be oombaited by artificial
and illiberal mea is, such as have been
heretofore tried by the European govern
ment. And here the Debates slops, for
to go farther would be dangerous ground
til's o-i'i the law of the press.
Biit'Tiruu Thocoht. Here ia one of
the very beautiful thoughts to which Fan
ny Forrester has given expression:
0 lei me die in a country, whore I
shall not fall like single leaf unheeded ;
whero those that love me need not mask
their hearts to meet tbecarel s multitude
and strive as duly to forget me 1 Bury
me iu the country amid prayers 01 uie
good and the tsars of the loving ; nol in
the damp dark vault, a .y from the sweet
ened air, nnd the cheerful sunshine, Dut
in the open fields among the flowers that
I loved and chsrished while living." .
" The ladies of South Carolina have
raised 9 16,500 for the purpose of Greet
ing 11 monunieul to the memory of Cal
houn. jt7 Gen. Cass Is said to entertain no
doubt whatever that Pierce, Buchanan,
and all the more oonspicious aspirants for
the Presidency re to be laid as'de at
Cincinnati, and an outsider taken up as
the candidate of the office seekers.
Hot for Kansas!
ALTON, May 3.
Tli Kansas nd Alton Steamboat Co.
baa ccmuleted the arranuonionts, and
bout will soon bo. 'in to leave this City for
Kaunas direct, with pasnfngirsana goous,
A corrsnondnt wsident on the spot,
who has jM-rttoiml knowledge of the faot,
beiiijj himself a Mibsourian, iiiforms us
that land in Missouri, twenty five milt
from Keokuk 1:1 Iowa, and looking to that
l..wn f.ir ni.srliet fun bo bought for 83
... . , i i i
an 11..H1 in ana ri Hunt 1 1 V U-IiiIa Isiltl nn
- .v., ... j , - -
better is worth in lovs, at the same dis
tance from Keokuk, Si 16 to C20 an acre.
Seventeen dollars and nor? as a tax to sup
port the institution of Slavery is sublime
ly disinterested, too, as tho owners of the
land very often own no slavss, and bave
tho additional mortification of boing look
ed down upon as ait inferior olans by those
A Toast. A Madrid correspondent of
tha Brussels 1 ndepoiuUnce, wilting on
the 32 1 ult., savs: "At a great banquet
given hitely at Sanl'ma, some ytfung peo
ple dit:.k to the health of the hrst Protest
ant who rame into Bj Via to celebrate the
functions of hid religion. The local au
thorities attached no importance to the
fact, but ths Minister of Justice Lau sent
orders to the etleot that a prosecution be
instituted ajNiinst the authors of to srcin
daluus u tomt!"
Wut is a virtuous and beautiful Udy
like a door Intel.? Because iho's aoiue
thing to a.oir ( door.)
No You Don't!
WASHINGTON, May 3.
nallgs, "w. 11-found f I rumor," in
tho Ncnliiiaj ".his morning, to the effect
that Presii!. nt 1' roe intended to with-
di ; r his n one as n candi'lu's for the Cin
cin -Rti noriiina'.u is entif !y destitute of
WhTshnuM'st th'in fer the beautiful sngel,
'ho wniu it,,,, tthe portuls of the skies,
KivwIt Hi k,m .,v thr slni-:,-linn tralli
Koadr with gr-niie hanil to close tliino rvp?
Itow rninu trnno.nl sot h, p-,w
J le.lt.-la.llr from fi.-r.-e ,! ,,oMure Jim.
To the eicrn it splemlnr el t (jTr i
Ami many a treulilei lieirt still calls frhim.
Spi riLs to tenter for t!ie battle hers
lUra tiirnej from lite, its hopes, iin ftnra, iu
Ami chil.li-en s'iniMerinj; at a srorlJ drew,
Hsvingsmilisg passed awsy into hissrms.
He whnme then foarert will to its pain, ,
I.av his col.l hand iiponthr achi.-.i heart)
Will sfn.th the terrors eftlir' trout, l.sl bmin, '
Ami bill Uieshsilnwj 0f earth's grief depart.
lie lil Kie fiaek what neitlier funs nr might.
hot jnsHionar,, ra)ir, nor leiigirii; h"te restore
(Desr M to long bliixl eres recovered si-lit;
tie will giro back these wliohsvs y,ne before.
O. wht wore lire, tf life were all? Tlilnn' evr-s
Ar blimled by tlin tears, or thon would'stse
Tbr trsi.iir.-s wait thee in the far oft' skies,
An.l Usatli, Hit friend, will frire them all to thee
I.EATMESS, BOOWOMt AWDOONlf 0HT
MUUbtK t E P E R S !!
I R. HARRI.VRTOX has Inrr-ntod snd Tat
Sl.l U arlll-K of -A RPKl- I.INIVll -k.Lill
,miiTin arurn imni Hratu. MI v.in. ft aa.lt ffmal.
I7 !o thrapiwarana of rar-"t n' oiMnth,it.rr., th tnnr.d in
"i"1"!. ,'is-rrnn Kit and iUmfn... IVom raactiira Ihrm
rn,H,ii iim n-Mw, -r-niiT.u.ft room warm, anil It WAlt
Jin 1 F.u to aid M PER CEJVT.TO THE
DIRARIUTV Or-THE CARTETP ! ! !
TM, arrlals is fur Mia SI til tha prini-lrnl n-t ltnn
1ll,' J. It. I1ABK1M. TON,
j NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS
1 1 Hi n A Osceola ll ink Road Company
rPHE (stockholders of the Tiffin k Oceol
- --'......t n.i-.iiii w. mini in in, mnn
;oiiia n.irtr.ntii (is.idar ..r jnn. n,), .nj
an ail balnc t o par tha l.'ompanY'i Hattllitiat.
A full, latnm.nl ol isa Ooinrsnr', auali and liablll
aatata and liabilities
o-a ai nm maaiina.
ISAAC ARVOLTl, frt
ON HAND AGAIN I!
1'HE UNDERSIGNED wishes to Inform the
JL nrnalaal lh. plar n.l ii, rlclnlir, thai ha I, mil at bi,
du niimMw ou.iii.ng cutcrnB, and do.nK all kind of
H kfrp.on h.nil at all tlma tha bu quality f' Walrr
Lima It nan ha had at wholamla or trta.l. Thnta who
wann Cmrn bulh.hjr atnpksyinf him, aaad sol foloiho
li.nie a trial, and il tho work laaol wall anna, tin nr.
K.Mlilanra s faw rod, nor Jl ot tlx dapol, on tha Kr'ntont
M. A. Hl.
MOTICE is htreliT piven to whom It mar con
-tfam.lh-it tha ra will ba atwlitinn nrewntr.l to ilia Com.
oiit.mnt, of rten.ra ..ounty, at thair nail ir.non. pn.in,
" urn.m.winiT ini.ll. POmmBliCM M tha
minarof ,aotl.,n ona.on tha roontv lina in Jarkaon lown.hio
and at Ok- amlol aoou.itr n.nl at tha town.lii,. Iin. b.iwrrn
Libartranrl Jarki.at.ot thil rom.lv Hna, thanar ninnina .In.
w on tuaetmnlii linatwnmllaa to tha norm rit .srnr, of
wnri.ua iirii, imi ai.o, a-jhtv ro.lt aon h on tha half mila Una
vnarninaiuoiotj. , . hpMat and E.
Aah, till it Inb-F
aact, anothor uotutlf mad rutuilni ,! and wr.t
Aprllvo bti.VJAMIN T
t;oi K.-.K T
ESTABLISHING A VVATf!R
Tha Frrmont a lmli.it. Ft i I.....I i
' panr and tha Jrraionl Plank rand . .. . ,!.
i Foot, am hrnbr noniioii. that aooimaen. .m 1 - ... ...
iu i.ia irnaira, of jantaon towo'nip, Hanaea
onun- v, Ohio, for tha ailablUlimaal of a V. at. r rnur.a in
aid .own. hi 11, ' ommanr.ns at o, naar tha tooth Una of
Jnokum, and laaoriino M. aodranainr N. nh.r.l Uiroafh
Uia tooth aat quart-, of i,i.l ri'tioa Ihirtr lwo i3V.) Uian. o
u, n,., iv centra 01 tootton twanty atna (VS.)
thaara ia a north waatarlr dirorlion to an Oatlat at ot naar
tha KnholMM bread, and aboul tight, rol, at,t of tin
rllinaa of Krhoboth.
And, that aid Traatrai will raaol oa U.a ISth da of Jena
a., irao, nra, inr ,,.uth and of .aid prmn,od watarooafaa,
and apon tha innrh hna of Jarkroa toanJi.p, and i-mrard to
laroai aadaMablii laid l atar conrta . k. V. t AfLYH.
Mar I. lfSJ. myVi.H II; hi, all'r. John Mania.
If A LLO! JflSS KA TK !l
DID roil tea thai beautiful Alois Trimiug iu
raceivad st lbs Liuporiuut of
ZKLLF.RS & BRO.
W. db K J. CU.WNiyoJlAM.
And desk-rain Wheat, Corn, Rye, OsU, Clover,
TiiiKHhr snd t'lai seeds, h'lour, Corn Mesl and
Mill rVed of sll kinds.
OFFICE on Maiu si. opposite the rontOmcc,
Tiflill Ohio. iD)i,5tirlr
L. W. SAPP, II. D.
uoxmoPA Tiirc pirrsicAX.
OFFICE IN COMMERCIAL ROW.
Dr. Pair will sttend promptly (h the duties of
his proi'etwinti in Titliu snd vicinity. Especial st
tentiou given so all dises&es of Unj iiYE mud
EAR- nmvti 5tijly.
Would call th altatttion of lh Ladlni 10 tha
fart. Thai ha ha, opanad s ratular Dry Gootlt
btora in Ihs room juat South of hit Clothing ttura
arlia.s slniott svary daiL-ripli nofGootlt can b
had. Includad is hit stork it a tplvndid liua of
Black aud I i-urtJ Silks ; Liwu.;
BersKs. slid all the now it tint of tha taatoo,
with plain snd dotted 8 wins, Naintookt Cambrics
Tsrlt-iutii, Ac. Mar.tilta.'. Latllct drata Cspa,
"ead dmtaa, and ihs thuutsnd srticlat aid
Iriinitiinirt which tha Inthlnnt rnnt.aen.i, tlifj s
beautilul lt of t.ipa Stella and Csthniat-a Nhawlt,
iu rich aud dacitladiy fathionabls tlriiRtii. Hotia
ry.(ltvai fur la.liat, niittat. and Int lrrn. work
ad cullart st.d tirayat, lacs and Stella vaili, iuj.
oittnia quantiliea of Uruvro sud b!ack thaaline and
thin ng. Tlt kiiir, I 'rnih.iaiila covers, whits sud
'colarsd cn.i.t-ii.nta Haltini rottoa van, tar tit l
.... A.-..1;.4 t.i - - .. .
wsrp, coverlid warp, wsddint &c kc.
Floor Oil Cloth,. Iioor Mailt snd rlugi. Lata'
mn.atntier not to tail lo rail when they with car
pal, at wa ran thaw you Ins tit-tl, In'rjttt, sad
cheapsvl lot io Iowa;
DOOTS, SHOES, GAITER 8.
'ami Umkii-t. lt the latitat aspacl.ll
'i'l'uien particularly reoicnihor Ho
especially, , nd tha
.ana IKtt'otrl I1..UM," wkr, ther with
, . '
ntoor noi.Dt onio-
aau cnaap alllra (or Ihs toe
Ofall t'.ndt, of Ihs vary bail quality, and sa low
st tha luweat.
Gootlt lur Childress wrr, hoih fr niattsii.
and tuittes is ('sal vsriciiea. Mi.im datt snd
Uoueu. uott hausnd rapt, checkt and liR;
r,v ,w. wU,. v,, .,. : ,.i,u aery iu 11 atocs ot
chlltlrent plain and fancy ihoet. Alio s Iranian
dout lot of foods for tue'nt summer wear, both
coll.in, linen. Slid hrht cs.itnantt. tTTCid tj.
1 a fact let bis say that ia this stars yo ess tlnd
each ssd every silicle. both lorKt'iee and gea
tlcnias, is Ihe piaca, or ready nade. thai you can
call I r. and I pUtlKa niyialf lo ke
UyBEIlS OLD BY V0 ONE.
N. B. Every kind af country wrodscs wanted
for which the ki(fcatl market pries will bs paid.
Hrsut. Chlckant. baeawai, Kafra, Faalhrrt, and
Timothy sud CI , car teed, cots, oats ami Unlet.
Aleo iiuter sad auy quaun-.y of good shin-lst.
WILL Rtf COLr CT that my ready made
clt'thinr, furoitlnnfr and tail. iritis; attHl.lial.it.Miiu
are in tha otoal full blavl, and that at the real-til
the tstcrs Icoiimt they can paa ft.ttu on lu ti..s
.ttliar, asd they muft fu rthar rec.oltecl, thai tint
7' tore ia lha Nu.ra tor tht-.u to r.m.a I . at tt-y ran
briny tlt.lr lady Slid ll.e nbula lumilv, ami ret
every thii.ir. tbor waut without --iiK dut d isita.
LI ... I . . '. ... - .S . II
l llLa Oi.ro, hjay 1,1. ly.
' O UKEl'H 0 (f K I. O.s V
r;1r".WAB t On W's.:i'sT!l 3'HI,. Mt
V -'k'le irtwerib lot s p''-- k e-.,nni.,i;
no wi.Mirr, l-.nl s.,nt T..Me,l,!p ptti1.". It war bi
tn-twrn Tilli II M llti Mi,ul.hrBTille.
ttjTNUTK K. All persons are warru-d airntnsl
pur- lias nir sntes Riven by Willitm t'arUir t,
peck, sa tlipf ais smm-t the le f-'r-rs. and
n-t tie p& ncrpt u, put-witw-r. K-"S'tnc
mile MLt f .M'Cutclitnsville. JuilN to l.ta.
Mny 1-t, 3.
OV the Pan dusky .!iiy Lung, liyfl snd
SR-r lt.Srm.rr. will Im l 'i,rfi. ml tW Sl.wL
,'"u-'. fr-ns alw.Uf o'rlArk f. iA. until T,lr i,
""r S'S Slh. lit. IV. Irn.il ill ( . he-. rti.-
i.rae of lh. thnt r-.l lni, tr-itnl I.T h.l.lft.
Un, whir l. ( wm StsI to tnlrrulm- in !!. V Ml. lnr rdM
S-:'d r"tir-4 w. -.ir In fmn4 h-llh wKn w-T . .b sr. M.
ill h, frin'U nd pt.,.. i.n,, T mn bf llwi-M. pn.i-n
will Wn trrti tm wnt.nt fr.r tm. CiMimMfttior. f,. s
(j A I. L IJ 1' ' S
JBWBtnv s? one.
13 raplnoishnd rrflrr month with arriral of
(iiia J.w.lrr. Clof lit, Watchaa. Si'.ror flua
and Kanrt Uoodi of nasi and tsatsiul itl sad
is s-ortmnt of Docks sntbracos alritat
patiams of tha.
M ARINIJ TIME I'lF.CE.
Varlotiaa of Iih k m alio ha had ran.Wr In
vslos frotu two lo ifinan dnllara.
Ills watrhat ars trlarlrd with rroat rira. air.'
rantod lo ba parfert lima srauor. and at tha .
q.talitjr of )fiiA the sra raprctontod lo ha wl.ar.
tultl. r-rlrot sr Irtrnl I ! lo two hssdretl
sntl Ii fir dollsrs. Silrar wal. hat corratuosd.
rt.11t.11u yuan militia nt ttA (jniwiS vr
IMnUf flTura TUIMP SI STnrv amiriOT or
Kino Gold ssd Nilrsr llanltni; an! epos dial
C'hrononialor. Iirar and Lapina VVatrhas,
J-'lii(fr and Kar Kinirt. Hroarhn, fas
cila. Braralrtt, bttapt. Cud Pins.
Lotialt, Slnlai, ( haint, Cold
1'rnt (it. Id sad Silaar Thim
blss.Silrcr 7ahl. Tas. .
Craani, S tit. snd
.1 Brothrs, Sparta-
flat 01 Cold, silvor.
Plaiad, snd Silrer lo tnit all ' "
cyst, with s asriatj. of (inld
Sitt.lt, buttons, sic, sic, sic, ale.
RlesjNnt Pattcras ol Tea Nella,
Plats, Tahlt. Tas. Oram snd Serar
Spoons, I at t-r, Fhtk, st.d taka Ksiives, sic.
Ratlrulst. Coral Saadt, Jot arscslsis, Mack'
lam. and Kr Kinnt.
I.otd Itiucelela, sons saw pat'rmt, T'f
His ttork balng roaalaittlr rplasi,hd, cos
laini sll Ihst la .
mil AiD PAS.UOrjAQtC
nnd will ba old m th lowt po:bU rtt
Cil) t the fin, nm Jwflrr tnd Pinio KoorDfr
No 3 ( ommwn ial Kow.Tifho.O.
wprg ly WILLIAM CALLUP.
Reuben C. Lmiount itdin'r of Bnjnii N
frststiunu. tieccstsved, vt, Jo-ph M. Kerr, lcb
btxl pinnrnd Krdi)rli T)oiMpon ;
And W (ilium Mt'Thtnion v. Jot))-!. Kerr mt
Kiibo C. Lainmon. diulnlitrssiDr of Banj.
M. Kraamn. dflrrMtbsrid, asd Jcbabod Hpittcarr
-Saner Common He at.
BY vlrtaa of two ordera of tha Coarl In ffca
above eni'llnd fmioea to ma dlraried, I wiM
u0er at public aala at tha door ol tha Court Hoaa
in Titliu, Scntra roui. ty . Ohio, bttwtan thi
huom of 10 o rltM-h m. m. and 4 o'rlorli. p. id. of
thaihday of Mny. A. D. tha following
lnnda and lenemanta. to-wit: Tha aorthaat
quttrtar of tha aouth att quarter of aartion twen-ty-five,
25, ( fot foor arr.,) in towathtp ona, 1,
north rana wentten, 1 7 ; alto four arret on tha
south aid, of tha aouth-eaHt a 'tarter of th north
eau quarter of aaH jertton twentr-ftva, 25, niak
Ina; tortv arras f land mora or le.
apr25-30.lv $2,30 E. C. WKLLS. Sharifl.
SHSRiFF'S SALE ,
AI.ANP;; 8 LOAN B va. AUmwWr Ci)Urtlaaa
I V vniu of a Ki Fa to m illrmrted In tha (above entitled
Ionntc. I willonVr t puhlin nleon tlx prumiMl of Holo
isvon tsWimhy, In ReJ TnwtMhip, Hensvca tonrtf, ifcio, be
tween ih hoara of lOoVlov k, a. ai ami 4 eVlovk f. ia.t of
th UUidstTof Mr, a. ., lKM.lbe fnllonf profwrtr, te
witt One brwn mm, thrte sart4iL, and twovorrelcotu
one rear old; ink and kvUdapoa bb the prrjftsjrtf of Ak.
anilrr lailbert, ir t.simcuo o. uiee.lisMi irmntt him. im
favor of Aiartoa bloaa.
. L. IVhl.U.Kh n".
WIt.l.t AM RINI.Nt;FR vt. Jaraat B. Meets ted Wlllitra
Kintiira,vt Jaatat II. toora SI wife fetaaaea Cotunwa
1 V virtue of two Fl Ft,, to ae tllraetail, la thaakirva aa.
1 9 titled tiawt, I will oti'rr tt public tale, at the Carttina.
Machete, ewrted by Wolt It Moore, ia Attica, Vvnire tnwa
Nttp, Heneca ooan.y, Ohio, between lite iteora af IS o'olack,
a. nt., anU 4 p. at.,oa the l-.-tlt tltv af May, a. f? ., '.rifl, Uie
lltwia( (oorla aedi hautlt, t wit t Tha awlivided half of
the twuutrilinf aiachitia,, and the an.1m.ltd half of oaa
ihavirtf aiarhiaeand lite aaUiviuad half af see Htrerr.-.
Takea aa tha pnipertv af Jamet B. Moore, in tatitfaoUua a
sja.iirment aajainathini lalavtrof W illiaua Kin invar.
GILBERT M. OGDEM at. William Roblatear-Aaaata
?V v.rtaaofa vandl atposat, to ma dineted,la the ahava
s "antitlad cmm, I will .,rr.r at public tela at the dnov of law
Court H..ee in Ttrlin, Haaeoa orantr, Ohio, between the
hour, of lb oVIoek, a. .,aad 4 o-aluck. p. an,, ee the Had
dav of June, a.d., Ic6d, Uie fullowiDf landa and tanemama,
to wit Out-lot Nnrabrrone tl. ran.a IvarS.laad oet iu
eambei one (I.) rasi.ua (8.) Ij V tr(oaera addiuaa ta thw
Iowa or Kaput) ue, oaneca a
U) il SUd
. . j. WEixa,esatifr.
la hereby fives that s setitioa will ba Had to ta
Coanmtaaiontra af beaaca eenntv, Ot.ia. at tbetr aaxt aeMiea
iu June, prtytni fUa loanljr Koad, to ait: Herinatruj at
the toatheaat earner e aertton atatrea ( IS,) la Lakeaty lews,
thip, Keneeaconn:y. Ohio, ranninf thaace aonJion aaul aieaa
ill line two mlea, lotbe Kooaa and Ktaaioal ulaak ra, tad
thtra lertainau. mvUSOda.
HofM. I huntlav ttnd 3Viur for noon, Mm Ii n& It. ;
Framiittt' Katils-r't Atna' .can. WtilneuliY, I4tb i tfvvnt.
H M TI'R Rss .ill k. sikl, .aae t T; - ri L.
Arartcn rf(wW, Htur )r 'nd Mond.ty, Vtb tnd i-AUi. .
ForosMtaruitsM 9wm U ohnmttor Utug lUttdina 4t)mu
KaUrar, vciUt 1I4M of lh trntkft, lift, hiJsv-t-, nd
sHi-i, inipsmttfoiTalM kioosi, kc. ii. T. u -ha
ouj thm xpafitsMiss wquirad by livaunff sniuty tboft.nd oT
cftMifc. bmt u prrfwMd to fummh pertrwocM lo Mttif iif
diifMMMl to tManeine. - my.
Thii Ctrniftny htws Mntd th anttnirMd ihirfsrM
and I am no prt34ii W ivka ituuUMH sunt Whs br fii,
on til (irs'imfY K im haxanioB, witkmlirUml.(fT.fl i
m of thii Coarttr, al lattatWrrorr nilt lo tit inanrad, ivtf
im Uit Alcrjani'a or Fxritwir'a lfiptniai, a oa tho
CASH ANl MUTUAL. I'L.-iN. '"-
Tho,e wiahtnr lobe intttrrd will do wvtl le give mi S
Otll hef.ire Sri( elaewhrre. iV. KK. II, A (,-'.,
styli '.Tti af. ror I nfill, I Uo.
" " My n, 'So.
COFfFE, Supir. Salaratjl, Capper, Alapics,
etc., jualreceivad snd for -jrje al lha lniptirtuss-
of j ZbXH.R 4 bRO. .
May let. &.
ZEI LF'-R A P HO Are f onttantly racaiviaa;
f oo.it ot lha beat tt) let aud qualiliet, snd si r,ree.l
y redtfad pric.aa. C'sil sou sua. , , . ,
Mar In. 3w. , ,
l-tKiMUO N'l'llf'K Of 11 Ala. Tha
tneel atoih cf ?. -uUe-ever hroaah: to this pari
01 try rouniry may oa louna si
Ecv-n & Co.'s Hat and Cap liore,
ia ataddas's old ttusd, Loontis BLick, nrst d.ror,
ia (la) lor't Iroa Mora, cnu-unus- of Halt and
f-.tl of every variety, such st lleebe, Uetita .
L..ry.filk Han, Sprinr Stylet, ranee. a, l-a;
h n.CauMia iiraw, S lvar Suaw. CJi)itschy
C- orJ ' ' - ' -
i YOUNO AM KIM OA, -,-a.i.aho,
aud all ether kiadt, too ledlosi la
.vaution. Alto sows saw ltvlai,Ckp, Ural., O-it-
tV-bowna bnig S neeotical halter. Va will
dets snd trr aa-i o.ate old hatt took at ft. "l
1 beta foods will ba sold S .'( '!.,
(kesptir than they can ba bcuaLO iu it.t -t aal-a-neoaatry
for ready pay.
; Ibey alto kavf a large a to. k of L aabrrtt.af
1 he hitrheat prtca .aid lu cal for all k. it'll of
HlrriJNla i'UKS, a.t.h aa Mink . C.1.10, M ...k
Isal.ato. Vv ILLi-f liO'A t to. ,
' April 11, 1856.
. . M"V' t'l.ta at b,e.U.ai.
m 4 iu MatMnuwe. sutt vutla bwa lews ua Ika '''-