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fi'SVLf . OHIO:
FIDA, : : : t ( ( Jon. J9tb, 1557
Old. Federalism Newly Vamped With
lit not a little traogo lit this
ate daj, to find a party (hat claims
pfeacent, in a flirect line, from the
part of Jufllraon and Madison, la
orlag with o njnch seal to strength
en the Federal Government at thu
(expense of the State to fritter
.way all that it left of State rights
pr Bute sovereignty, to secure to thr
jGeoeral jfyovet-nraont undisputed, ar
titrarj war. The time was, when
the two parties that divided up the
people of this country, were known
as Federalists and Republicans.
The Federalists aimed at the aboli
tion of State Sovereignities, and the
Ftfalinhment, instead, of ono con
olidatod govornment, to which was
Jo be entrusted ttio legislation need
Hi not only in matters aflL-cting the
fnteroutaol the country at large, but
a those of a strictly local character.
The party known then an the Repub
lican, and subsequently as the Dem
ocratic party, because Its adherents
regarded the latter designation, as
rnore distinctly expressive of their
antagonism to Federalism, took the
position that as all sovereignty was,
tf right, vested in the people, and
as a Centralized tfovcrnment had
t tendency to divest the people
pf tbjs fight, do more power should
be conceded to the General Govern
ment than was essential to preserve
.harmony among the States, and pro
mote the general interests of the
xonntry. The peculiar views of the
Federalist, duriug the adtninistra
tion of John Ada', found embodi
ment in such acts as the Alien and
Sedition laws. It was then as much
s a man's lifo was worth to utter
n Kyljttbjo in disrespect of tho Pros
ident, or of Alio Executive officers ol
the General Government. The sue
cess of tho Republican party, in the
election of Thomas jKfiKRWM to the
Presidency, by a decided mujoity,
gave this party tho supremacy, and
mailed them to establish the policy
to which the country was afterwards
.mo mquh inJcbtcd for its harmony
This party, under 4)ie name
pi tho Democrutic party, preserv
ed its integrity, so far as regard
ed its Republican policy, until it fell
a victim to pro-slavery seduction, and
joined jn securing tho passage of the
'iigUivo Slave aw, tho legitimate
Offspring, in its sharacter and opera
tions, Qf the AlicDand edition Law
ut the Federal Era. Since tho enact
ment of. this law, 89 nuti-Rcpubllcan,
and moreover, eo obnoxious and op.
.jireseive in its character, there hat
been a continual contest but ween Un
ited States and Stato authorities: the
ormer timing at complete suprem
acy, the latter struggling against
such encroachments as would do
prive the 8'sfcs of their independ
ence. And how has it resulted?
'The laws of the State no longer af
ford the citizens any protection.
Tho Uuitcd States Marshal and his
posse can come into the community,
and unceremoniously pitch npon our
.best citi7.cns, and having haud-cufi"-
pd Htcitf. J ike fejons. carry them ofll
,on the charge of having lodged or
fied aome wave, fleeing from oppress
f on, and arraign them for trial, not
Lcfore a jury of their peers, and in
jtho section whero the offence was al
Judgod to lave been coiomittod, but
jbefore a Federal ofBcor, clothed with
Almost dictatorial power, and in a
.section where the accused canoot, as
a general tiling, prpoura witnesses to
aatajjjal) their innocence, without in
orrjpg heavy expenditures.
Jills rolie pf Federalism, has be
jeoine Uio darling policy of the party
PtjiiVjf tD0 Democratic party
-The United States Marshals, tbeap
pointei uf the pemocratio Admin
Jatraiioj), have become distinguish'
ed for nothing so much as that of
fanning down fugitive slaves, or
jtcug tbe part or spies to Inform on,
nd arrest any who may allow their
sjuppatJ.ej so far to get the bettor of
iheir fears of tLa Domocratio law:
si to give a croat of bread, or a cup
if cold wirto a southern "chattel."
Tbe Dtate Uourts and State omcera
sre treated as mere cyphers by these
j after-day Fedorali, The latter
tavke it as an act of the greatest pos
sible presumption, even to' demand
.their authority, when they attempt
io arrest persona, whose characters
are known to have been above
reproach. And tbey adopt the linsq,
V the old Federalists, and pronounce
. jtltraors, who attempt to eatyin
qoestion the authority of any Potted
Btates oflleer. lion. Geo. E. Pdoh,
'ifibU speech before tfdgo Lwirr
tata jajrshal i)ad no rigVt tfl hpw
Lis authority in inakiog an arrest.
A U, SuOH an VUf OUl ucrou uv, u-
Pvs it to the United 6tates Mar-
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shal; then ''hands off" and beware
you do not offuti 1 royal dignity, or
you will, perhaps, find yoni pick
ed up, and sent a kiting in tbe di
rection of tho Star Chamber Court at
Cincinnati, presided over by some
United States Commissioner.
The decision in the Died Scott
case, so heartily endorsed by mod
ern Democracy, is another bare-
faced attempt to strike down tho in
doHncc of tho States, and impose on
tho neoi.lu oft. a Stnt,. . vt ni
Tho Republican party of tho pres
ent dny, hi ttmla w hero stood tho Re
publican party of Jkifkrhon's day,
the cnmcft advocate of the rights of
the people. Tho early Republicans
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were elmrgcd by tho Federalists!1"9
with advocating meaMires that
lead to anarchy, revolution and the
flnal disruption of the government.
Tho Republicans of the present day.
are clarged by modern Democracy
with having adopted a lolicy that
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(U tn niuirrliv t'lvil unr. uml n
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test is now between me licpuinican
its mlvneaov of tiomibir1.
auocacy 01 popular
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rights, and modern l ederal.sm, lnj,e
Is nttempta to crush Republican in
DcfnlrRtion. I'he Ntnle Trcaoury mi.
nun some acvvn hundred mid aeveutv .the
Ave thou. nnd dollars.
Last Saturday's news brought the
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it j - 1 n.... t i
UITVII 1IID1.1'V.-QU M ut'llUlb JIJ IIIU IIIIIUS
State Treasury, of over half a
million, and that Air. W. 11. Gibson
had resigned his otlice. Later news
have coufiiiued this, with an addi
tional extension, of tho defalcation,
775,0OO. Wo publish in nnolh-
column, the particulars as takentcd
Iroin the Mate Journal. to
It is made quite certaiu that
SOU enme llltO oUlCC. and is cliarue-
able upon Mr. Ib-eslin, the last Dem
ocratic State Treasurer. Mr. Gib-
. . ...
ten states mar. ne was induced to
conceal the true condition of things,
when he came into office, from the in
factthutMr. llraslin had promised
make up the deficit, if nothing was
said about it. Mr. Breslin being a
brother in-law of Mr. Gibson, suc
ceeded tho more readily, in enlisting
his sympathy in bis behalf, by whicl
tbo latter has become involved in
difficulties, that will piobably forev
er ruin him as a public man. Mr.
Gibson has committed a most egre
gious error in having, even to such
an extent, made himself a party in
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uiu curruywuiis jiraeutuu, iv uiu oi-u-
A.Mnrtk. 'u.m.,A.n. a it...,, .......
power. The party that elected him
,m. t . l .. i.. ..... .
oiuce, uuu uo tuca tuai ue wouiujcaiiud
thus virtnany join in with their op.
ponents, and help to conceal the do-
Iiiifjucncceoftho party, that the peo-
upon, for the corruption, brought to
n our next issue, wo hope to be
ablo to lay before our readers the
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tUCtS 111 thO Case, 80 that tho people
mav know who wcro especially ben-
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Modern Democracy. Presbyterian General Assembly.
Before the a.liourn.nentof the As-
BCmbly a report was adopted by an
. "i i.i l
o.vcrwtieimmg mo uruy, in wuicu
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very ueciucu grounu was tai.cn in
opposition lo slavery, and especially 1
opposition to the views of Dr.
n. , .,.-c
nose, woo irprvwurcu mtoguuinu
branch of the Church in tho Assom-y
bly. The Southern members drew
up And presented a protest against
this expresion, which was promptly
answered by a committeo appointed
for that purpose.
Since tho adjournment, the south-
urn members have bad a meeting,
and called a Convention to meet at
Washington City some tirao in Au
gust, for the purpose of organizing a
rresbytoiian Assembly; in which tbe
institution of slavery, will have paid
to it that deference, due an institu
tion clothed with Dovine authority,
as they hold is tho caso with slavery.
United States Marshal.
The office of U. S. Marshal would
bo a perfect siuocuro if it wore not
lor the very laudable! business of
hunting down fugitive slaves. The
most ot the class of bipeds, that the
peculiar naturo aud emoluments ot
this office, attract to it, are as far
scented as the veriest buzzard.
Tby would follow tho track of the
toil-worn slave, or do any other dir
ty work for a moss of cold victuals or
the cast oflfganuont ofsomo aristo
cratic family a set of sharp nosed,
mink-eyed, bloodsuckers, that have
lived so long amid the rubbish ol'some
dark, socludod alley ' that they are
'positively charged," with enough
of noxious vermin, loathbome infec
tion, and bad whisky to communi
cate tho "scods of death" to a myri
ad of decent men.
03 U. J. M, Ward waa hung in
Toledo on Friday fast. The Toledo
Ttmet says that ou the scaffold, he
denied the statement that he bad
murdered two othors, besides his
The Defunct Fillibuster.
Tin Nicaragua Walker" has been
makidg ata ncilrwon, through the
country, but whore vef he has gono,
north of Mason and Dixon's Line,
bas met a Very cold reception. The
Costa Ricans certainly scted a very
generous part, in not only permitting
Walker and hi suit to leave Nicer
ague unmolested, hut in providing
lor tho wants of the residue of hi
sl,RltreJ forces, and in paying their
PB"J country, in roiurn
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n,tMari' preparations nnd final
wo,(i;',cl,R""ro wcro w,nkU1' ftt on the I
lor so much lenity shown him, Wal
ker is threatening thctn with another!
invasion. It remains to be seen
whether the United States cflWals
will allow him to slip through their
fingeis. ' We are led to Miovo that
Another Fillibuster Defeated.
An individual irunod Henry C.
Crahb undertook to load n fillibnster-
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"'B expedition, Into honor m LowN
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tti.ioniia, ft aiBinct within tlic
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ruvi iium ui it i' co. n Kiwirt tnnn
CC. aill. liavill'' attil(:kiil nun nl'ltin
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towns, was not on v r-nn ... ,..Lf
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and hl9 ptirt. Wtfre t lku, .-0I1 .
era, and every ono of them executed
tho Mexicans. Wo should think
few more such failures would cool
Zeal of tliOSO rc&tledS spiriU, that
states ol their territory
arc so much inclined to cpj?ito in
the work of robbing tmidil.oiin
The Into ol
nil puch, will be but little drj.iorod.
The Investigation at Columbus.
Iho new from Columbus, tin to
.he time of going to press, ceo
indicatcpretty idliinly, that Mr. C.ib
" "OCOTUIIUUS, llittUliiHll IICIt CX
when he came into office, is trt.oV
the letter, Tho CiiiiiniisKionern,
the'uonoiiited to cuamiiie into tl... ..ndi.
II - - - -
iiroLr. fin, w . In n Kw i lnv&
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able to deteriiiinu the true statu ol
affairs. So far, there bas been noth-Uir-o
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im; discovered, that would militate
against tho integrity of Mr. (Jibson,
the slightest degree. The only
offense of which bo can bo found
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xuargcau e in no ono w. . i-c the
keeping Irom the public, the facts in
the ease so long.
Letter of W. H. Gibson.
K110 wiuw a --oiuicmcni
!rrm m. w ti r.it-n r. i t
he Tiffin Tribune o to dav T J1"1'1
openness anu iranKtuss mamiiBted;
il,!i Ui ii in ...otm !,..;..'
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with the generous and manly tear-that
no- for w . ih in wis oiof uin i u
A Smtkmkxt. I have resigned
the ollice to which a Dimerous public',-'.'
i, . " .. . "..
tue, aim am now tne victim ot
...cr, wn j a vena, press -'-.delaultcr,
ffiJ2tn,,S,rSi thU I l2i
8unuit. 1 l,,iVo implored the .Teat
Ruler for wis lorn !td courage l
meet it all. i-l'dit
SjcSfvJF P.my han1lJlto',;ema:;i
sfatctnent is 'duef of the causes that
led to my resignation. My prcde-
u'eeesor failed to Din what ho owed !
C.tBS"r ,U1LU 10 I ,,u w""
hj tt.,,c,3r "u" Ut
Pal4 'ut .th'1.ft0.!,n.14 6l,owJ
1. 11 111 st him. lint tie liiilfiLl ro out mu 'p
funds to meet receipts which he
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wore Wu Iv biudiner on the State.
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and I wascoinoelled to recuivo them!
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ensu. neu oir. uiesiui iuiiuu
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its . re.j . . ......, ...u n-Bl
l' had paid all, except tbe 4.204-b,on
l ins wus my great ami only error.'
d a I
may have been wrong. I round
from him, an
voke a legal
stilt will soon
I must abide
iNo one nas siiuerod by me, nor
1 1 .. . r..ii - - . . 1 t . 1
1 ruiy upon iuii ncquiuai iruiu
pecuniary liability to the State and
inni Miinn.iMA f 'urini.ini.a ! w r.1
w i .
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u i. . uicii iiiniinra.
I fiho.ild ri.si.n and in.
examination, its ro-
be made known and
will I despond. I will devote
life to extricating myself from this
mt8tortuno. 1 could wish my friends
felt no greater mortification than
I shall nol leave home ami Coun
ty. As I havo spent tho days of ray
childhood, and tho years of manhood
in your midst, I shall remain here,urg0
and here, whero repose the ashes of
milord uu'i inciius, burnt my ouay
bo buried. With the generous citi
zens or this County, whose friend
ship I esteem and where I havo beon
so long known, tho storm of slander
will not avail. I glory in the histo
ry of my County, and rejoice that 1
have snared the confidence of its
people. That a nfldenco will never
be abused. Not an enterprise has
characterized its progress for the
past thirtueu years, but what has re
ceived tho aid of my energies and
purso. Relieved from the cares oil
an oflico so unfortunate to me, I
shall returu to abide with you to
share your hospitalities, and claim
your continued confidence. I shall,
in a few weeks, launch ray craft up
on tho legal deep, and call upon
those in troublu to seek my aid,
whioh shall be at their command.
Letter of W. H. Gibson. June 15, '57. W. H. GIBSON.
OCT" David Clark has boen eleo
ted to the United State Senate, for
six years, by tho Legislature of New
The Murderer of Hoppes.
The Correspondent of the Missouri
Democrat, writes in reference the to
notorious Fugitt, whose arrest, a
stated by Mr. Vandenburg, he coir?
This Fiigitt is the person who made
a bet In tins city lat August that be
lore night ho would have a Yankee
scalp. He got on a horse and rode
out into the country a few milcs,and
met a Ccrman, a brother in law to
Kov. J'-. iSulu, named lloppcs. lie
asked if he was from Lawrence:'
Uoppes reolied that he was. Fugittlter
immediately levelled hisrevolvcr
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uiuu, imc biiiii laKing cueci in tno
templet, and lloppes foil a corpse.
i ne assassin dismounted rrom In
horrie.niid cut the scalp from the back
of tho head, and tied it to the end of:
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ing of his exploit Tho body of the
victim wastonnu shortly alter, and,.
ilm.1,.,1 am id: U I. ....u i) .
imu, nnuui iwo
miles distant from this city. This.lato
.lorceu ner on board as
Ueiit her down the river
samel- ugitt was one of the party that.by
when Ins wile, came from Lawrence
to iook alter her liusMand s corpse.
forced her on board asteamer and'
iitil l.Ms m :..
fn. , .
ino4amo cnrrcflin(iriic writing
on the vt!i ot iMrtv. mK
Governor Walker arrived
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Jlonday lust, and treated a crowd
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iHiriiiiiiH in iwii ii ill i rM Hill I it'll
,,,) WMr, of winp or wl(iBky ,,ai(,
bythoci-y. lie preferred drink to
Ceneral Jim I.ano was arrested
here a few days ninco for "assault
ibis coiinectioti with
Hikory Point, last S
and battery with intent to kill," forced
the attack upon'
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was admitted to l.nil iw .I.Pfnmntn.
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OCT The .S.-nccu Co. U ink cloiod
its door 011 Wednesday hut. As the
Not:!S of this 15 ink are secure I by
o'ha on "wo .T
2 Z "7.?."
-! or in eon.cnu.nce.'lMMldi,,,
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News Matters. From the State Journal.
1 no Bunouiicemeiii mmiu t.y m
on aaturtlnv ol the resignation ot
lain 11, LiiiMoiv irouiirt-r ol
b ine appointment. iy ttio uov-1
r ol A. I. btonetonll the post.'
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uii.1 too aeiuieaiion to tno niiuuntoi
iva.iv imc i.u.iunu an i mij uiou-;l;.
niui.iuviinnim,riiiiiiiru lu v.MBl III
tll0 state Treasury, create. . as
supposed, an excitement in this ci-,Crty,
ty We propose now lo give a
statement more in detail ot the facts
inn iniureBi upon llio otate dolit,
'which falls due on th ti,-,t of .T..1 J
to lw Pvided ...r, and h e Sta V,
Vlfiw 0 Wcdnea la-. wth Mr fi:
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it 7 " "A " was,
Mr. (i.b.on first disc os,,! the
'CMStviieu oi IHV lil'UCII in I ie lrcas-it.m...
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Mr P., unn il,.l,l I,. U, U.!..l.i
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lie ciinu into till 'is he
Itr.Mlin I114 ii:if oi.nurf.-ir
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t ll! Tri'HSlirv o t ... n li.r.m
and that he was ...ducod
rillJilS".?.? If taiW1,11
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u wln 1 ha " :
uU bo n";.e
would not lose anyth ing
i.f... hv ivr. ..' i ,., ...oin .1
oir. iilsiiii, a'j'i . niti.it
time lllltll the present ho had been,,,,,!
iuuiu;nfl this vast load of debt '?
The whole amount Tor Xttlt t,, Vh..
tvl.n i,n;iP,.,i u t m,nt. r,
w v , "Mibi v tiiwit-
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vi.ottio no. 1 fciui.y ueiiiD. 11111 eioei
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I",u,' iiiu i.ii.i3 .ii. viiu-'
Hn nt,.r,.il o.uni 1, a Hut r u na
I8?" .!ll.cr....uiH',,. '''f-S".'."' i
.laoouinve .iiinure.i anu niry tnonsai.u
Wr- Uilwn Inrther atntJit10
nt! ?" dollar of ti,0 publiciht
V:.ii,a,I,"..,iaa..u!n ",Ken. uv".,m' .wrded
,ne-ally by l.im since he hud
in office and that tlio entire
default was tho work of Mr,
has not been paid over into his
hands." This amount was deposi
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ted in sums varvinyr in amount asu
foIlow9: ' -
a 1 t t .1 .
iirnoiirur o niuuuiil m uv mul
frPnl,ai. ilurino- ll,. l.nr ... nfl
. ..w...a.w fc av v .
i in Aiiiitraip rii rtriiTo in i a rnnnrr
i'?r. IS., P1Ke 8fty? i,ie. u0.ok9 01
, ,. nn ,A ir.i i i.i n
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Movuiuuer, mju, n uaianeo in uiu
T.easorv of fts7!).r,I7.s7. of this 1
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administration, make up the aggro
gate named by us above. Not any
of this money, we believe, has ever
becu received into tho Treasury.
How much of it can bo recovered
from the depositaries or from Mr.
Ureeltn is wholly uncertain. A
proportion of it is lost without
jdol,bt. Tho wholo amount of tho do-
flcit tindor Mr, Uresliu's administra
tion of tho Troasury is about seven
hundred and seventy-five thousand
On the same dav after makin the
disclosure, Air. Gibson left Colum
bus for Tiffin, Irom whence he did
not return till on Friday night, ln
tbe meantime, and at thu earliest
posstblo momout, Mr. Wright com
mnnicatod tho stato of affairs to the
Governor. A dispatch was sent to
the Attorney Uenerai at Cincinnati,
requiring his presenco, and early on
Saturday morning the Govoinor and
fund Commissioners had an inter
view with Mr. Gibson, the result of
which was his rosiir nation in the af
ter noon. In the meantime, tho
keys or tho sates bad boen placed by
Mr. Gibson in thc jiands of the Gov
ernor, who retained them until he
handed them ovoi to Col. Stone, his
successor, who was appointed imme
diately alter the resignation, aud
procedod at once to obtain the neces
sary sureties on his bond, required
by law to bo givon in the sum of
two huudrea ana inty thousand dot
lars, with not less than six sureties.
This, of course, with tho execution
of the bond with the necessary cer
tificates of sufficiency and execution
to the bond by the Treasurer abd his
sureties, was the the woik of some
time. The Governor did not leave
his office on Saturday evening until
all was aeeomplised the bond idv
en,thooath takeo,and tho new Trcas
tirer in his office.
This morning (Mouday) Mr. Stone
on receiving the keys of the safes
from tho Uovernnr, Invited Mr. Don
nison and Mr. Snarniwl.tr a Pimtmaa.
of Columbus, to bo present at the
nndloneninr of them, nnd in n;-r l.im
.' . .. .'
in lamng nn inventory or every
Ithing found in tho Treasury. Mr.
UoMtiisoq has also been apxintcd by
the Governor, under the act of last
winter, to make in conjunction with
uio niiiiiiti i oittie iir uric rii nig
clerks tho examination of tho Treas
iry required, by that act, to be made
. . . .
once in inrco monnis. jur. Morgan ,
Auditor of State, was invited
the Governor to act with Mr. Den-jas
nison in makinsr this examination,
but being obliged by his engago
tnents to decline, recommended thu
a. a ..j lit i if .. l
niNwiJiiiiviii m , u. i , t iluubb
who, wo understand, has consented
From the Cincinnati Commercial.
About ten o'clock Saturday morn
'nf?i B loody nllair took place
.mo oiim, mm niuu, M-w uuis,
.above Fourth. Deputy U. S Mar-
Ui" ' - Wo" was severely slab
by a lunaway ncro whom he j
was mtemptimr to arrest, and thejby
iK shut and desperately wounded
tiv another of tho L. S. Marshal's
iby another of the U. S. Marshal
iposso. It appears that two negroes,
Irwin Droiidits and Angelino Hrond-
u9 (mnl1 w,,a') 8liiv.?9 .1 V0,
nelC. A. Withers, of Kenlucky-W1C(!.
adjoining the toff, of-!
lfiir mi thn Vnrtli u-liinli nnai tmnnt
w rented as a lodging room by W.jan
M. UoimeHy. It is said that mlor -that
Iniation cotccrning their wherea-
r-...?.t t : ai...t..
11 vmii nit: in lurviiiiii u vuiii .uiiuu. iiM-.
teini.tations ot uold. or the instiua-'
;.,.. ..r .....r,.,, ... 1 k
nmiivv, nv inn v ii" ay v. vis ill' j
i:i,.i,sii l.rliltitr vii.rtif llwi rr.mi,
Wrtg Wlttched, and Saturday morning!
tt arris rtrj liri tt i ti i I uuin iiiiiniirn. t'ttm'
"lllinilio HUi Mia 111.1 II I'l WUI VOJ IVSI
r)l0 ftrruRt of the fugitives. Deputy.
S. Marshals duo. 15. Anderson.'
..... i . .
ll l I inrpiil .1 t Lllintt .1 Iv
may;Lowe, Jm Woodward and E. B.i
proceeded to bag the ga.ne'wero
whiJh'hU bcpn treed. Woodward
stationed at the tram lonron tl...i
HB3 Stall on mi 111 u,e trap door Oil till
mot oi me ttouse, to prevent uiepos-
aihilitv of oaeaou in tl.nt diivrtion . i
"S!.." ?. ""f.
B"t Zs a J kn cL. biUno
..... S A - .. ...
isieruin, ik.siiiuis.iuui which 101-,
M ' Elliott clambered up to
I..... i... . I .,.!
""'" uiu ' i
Im.Lm.r in r..,nn,l-...l tl.ul ii..r..:
.. 7 . .. . .. .-
norii ii ir .in aiiw r.u.i r i irinim
. l.;a i..-.,l,. n., .1. ...... .1. .1... .
-"'r """im iiiiwiiu ,
. .1 . .. 7
rriiiivimi 1 1 . hii VP rill, imrr no in n
rti .( ini 111. 1111 in rill, imri no in n
. i-.. .... ......
" .,0" they are ie
l'n f ,nl
'""''"'y f" hack on the floor upon
'V'T T".' A! "
"V . T'18 , 1 , , f . 110 ' 1,1
kmio in hand. He fell to the floor,
iil'tora 8,rt acntllo in whiuh
1 1 1 -r
i1:.'11-1' d,0?,Urat,U!y 1 1?
wienci.w. i - "".ii
1 ," ... , .
i. i nir runiit vtiii rtiA in rvi n i a onn in
"fu"' ".r -"""' r '.!
",er mo nn, near mo eiuow.
1 do neirro was shot in tho abdomen.
... , t in
I be lustrumcut with which Mr. Lb
iott wa9 WOUndod. wus asword cane.i,i.i
blade of which was bloody f o
inches. Dr. Blaekman atten-!boi,'
Mr. Elliott, and bund that in-
tcrnai 1(.,norha-'e ensued from the1
i,r.'a 1 '
The captivo negroes were taken
at onco bclore U. o. Commissioner
tnanded to their master, to
fr liuir worn A iann folin.l i n 1f iirie4al
. r . '
woman accomnanv ni? the b'o o-Uf
nel in an omnibus, guarded by
r ........ rr o 11 u..i. 1
.., :.. ..
" ZZW 2 I
" O -
.. A was issued for
l nnn n uhimn rnmn hi. in t vpi
T.'. " T'' j V. I". 1 "Vl "
WITH II 111 III I llltr UF Itllt HIItHF Uf'flllllira1
t.- tj i .11 i.-i.i '
i v Aauriiui ii nil i ti a rnmnrk'n 111 v
short space of time were ascertained
".!.r...! . - . .r.. . I-
u 1,8 '"oction io im lugiuvo s.avea
rw. nnn nrr f'n Will, era ami r.l
":. . 1 ' ' 2 " .... " i
,uuuuu lu "w,r. ",,w.er. lo
.iii'ey were uisumoiiou in uoi uasie,
his whereabouts had not boon dis
The Burdell Marriage.
Tho Tribune of Tucsdtfy, says:
The Surrogate sat again yesterday
hrAhe Unrdell case till CI o'clock p.
m . (lonnspl fnr rlnimunt flifinnscil
of a number of witnesses, and good
progress was mado. Miss Hester
Ness, a dressmaker, testifiod
that Mrs. Cunningham applied to
her several times to act as brides
maid at her marriage with Dr. Bur
dell; that the Doctor was present
more than once when the subject
was introiliifo.l! ami n an reonniitrtfl
. . - - j
her to bo a witness on the expected
occasion Her evideuce points
strongly to the fact that such a mar
riage at least was for some time con
templated both by Dr. Uurdell and
Mrs. Cunningham. A Mr- Xnowl
ton also testified that Dr. Burdoll
ha i some conversation with him in
December or January last in regard
to an exchange of real estate, and
be then spoke of wile in connection
with giving a deed of certain prop
Tbo Democrat learns that the Free
State legislature met at Topeka on
tb h inst. no quorum. On tbe
lOtu tksty went iuto secret session to
discuss tue propicty of immediately
organ'xing and putting into the ope
ration tho new government.
On the 11th inst.. the Senate eleo
ted W. A. Phillips U. S. Senator in
piaco at J.ane.
Tbe legislature almost unanimous
lr sustains the convention.
The convention met atTopeka on
the 9th, Lano t icsiding. Resolu
tions wcro adopted, disowning the
territorial government, and declar
ing that an admission into the Un
iou under tho Topeka constitution
to be tho only only method ol ad
justing the difficulties, pledging to
pursue the application pending be
foro Congress, believing that moas
uro as just and accordant with the
principles of tho past legislation of
the country, and will, eventually, be
conceded to. That it is the duty of
the legislature to complete a Mate
organization. Other resolutions,
recommending the free State par
ty to disregard the approaching elec
tions and casting suspicion upon any
matt who consents to vote tor isrown
i candiduto for tho Constitution-
al Convention, wcro oaased and thou
Police Riots of New York.
NEW YORK, June 16.
Ex-Alderman D. D. Conover, tho
overnor's nppointtoo ns street com-1
lBStoner, was nuain etuptiut tn..rlm:l..i
ilnu iliv -tin-lit uuillllllollillll o I uuill
jbv Mayoi Wood's police, who were
on,lctailed in caso of a riot occurring
uovornor Kiniris in thacitv.
Another riot occurred lietwcen the
two polico forces at the I'.irk to-day,
conseqnonco of nti attempt made
a body of the Metropolitan police!,
to assist Mayor Wood and Slicriira
" C,uU ''f r
Willett. on a warrant granted by
Judge Itollinai) lor an assuult upon
.Mr. u-inovor, the Metropolitan street;
iiinmliirfiiiiu'r Tln .Mi-ti'miolihiii
wlli!o 11Rt.cndi,,r tho s airs of
f'.L.. II .1! !.. I. .1.. i I
city Hall in n I. !y, wore beaten
ain Dilk-' is reported mortally
u-.iiui.ln.l Tim I'nilc WHS filllid with
excited crowd. It is reported
tho military would be called
NEW YORK, June 16. SECOND DISPATCH.
.i.r ct....:,r i, .
in inu ouuriii. aiiii irnvu uimius hi
$5,000. The Sheriff eavo himsell
U II IU UUMUt VI
'11... X'tiflmiot f !nn.lj ...li.. wnn
under arm. and wc
m f.jl-,iM vrv -i tt I.i
lJl U'Wl' is vv If ill I I V. I
ker Hill Celebration, then I
o nh.'.ut starting:
. ... .? .. . ii.
tor uosion to participate in tno uuil-i
TI... tu-..lltl. ..!, .f nf
Die twelltll regiment Ot
iKl.iln Irmiiu l nmv ink np iirini
So-oral of the Metropolitan police1'1.1
beaten so badlc, that their re-
covery is doubtful. "
NEW YORK, June 17.
Mavor Wood succumbed to the
l ..i . .-..-J .
,lllwi nior,""S. ""J ubmit ed to,
" m " U ' l' VTTthat
.iroci voiuiiiis iomr, anu y.iptain
ijonnet. ot tho .Mayor s police, who
CTe concerned in the outrages com-:
the'Sf l,,lav S ZianJ
.. " "
ll .. 1.1 1 I. ; , . .1 .
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fiS-. fUu ...iaI.
i n ., ...... . ..
,d ifuarueu 011 u 11 sues oy 1110 .uay-
'".h" .. . . . y . 1
' i . . .. . .. i i. . i
i"'.' r,,vv! --v.
eifX , 'JI 5l
XSll ti; in re'a'dinessat'body-.
t,eir nrmories, and are prepared to
mn" ,l,llt 11,0 71it i'giment, now
,lt Nuwbuigh on nn exenrs on, has
iio.... ..l-.i.l..1 In rntnrn n.n.1 sn.l
bw tu Ll,Hlluia lf, rotul a.na,
t H'J on the train at three;!,
eiueit, louuiuur w n u 1110 iiuiiomo
mU. Mayor Wood s arrest
"VUICCLUU UU Ul Y UV V;OlUtt I OJCCIIUI,
ie Mcropolitan police, and he is
now in tu0 fcjiiortlls custody. Two
,iimr ..tHnt. OM h iaanml
" ... "
Lffainst him. The CitvIIall is still
k tv. Manra nll..P. TlaW.'
n,' i , W.r'- man i now
artrued before Judge Russell.
Tl, tn, am .till ..mlor arms
Washington, June 17. Ex Gov.
w. . . il M TT . . 1
i uuiruo uiui Jinior in
itri.ta 1.... hon nH;..ri it ti,
two!probability is that Colonel Cumming
ir .... . . . . . "
. 1 1 . . ; .. . '
llULllllIu UClllillU UIID TCI UCCU UUIIB
in relation to the overland California
. i r u. i
la V,UW m U. ""
ti i ai. . . j
i'n n it punir inmiio in.nuv
ly declined theGovernorship
T,,e olhce acC0rUing to the
j. u-: .
'"eu;. 01 l"B ,riu"u ' "'b'
It. i untrue that lift or llonk ns.
importance, the subject requires a
thorough investigation, and it is be
lieved it has already been the sub
ject of a Cabinet deliberation.
Uenerai waiKcr nas written a
long letter to tho President, which
to-day wus placed in his hands.
Walker's statement will doubtless
cause a full investigation of Capt.
'Davis' conduct by tho Government,
Cornelius Wendell, Public Prin
Van ,or. waa ortotisly bruised yesterday
afternoon, while standing by his car
riatro. His horse took fright. Wen
doll was thrown down,and the wheel
passed over his body.
Washington Items. One of the Clark County "Traitors" Arrested.
Mr. Houston, Charleston, O., was
on a visit to tho cttv vesterdav. and
was recognized at the Gibson House
by one of theU. S. Deputy Marshals
as having been seen in tne vicinity
of the seat of war during the late
troubles in Clark Co., and thereup
on duly taken into custody. He pro
cured counsel, and delay being ne
cessary for makine a defence, he
was admitted to bail In the sum
fifteen hundred dollars. We under
stand that his prinoipal offense was
in dressing the wounds of the Sberin
who waa beaten by the patriotic
Marshals, It is not surprising
Mr. Houston should pronounce this
proceeding tn outrage." Cinoin-
i - -
During the meeting of ths mass con
vention at Topska, which had been
called lor the purpose of getting an ex
presion oi puunc opinion In regard to
the action oftlis free Stats Legislature,
uov. wriKer anu suite mads his reap,
pearance, aad was well received bv
the people. At ths adjournment of
ins convention, uov. Walker was cal
led upon to add rest the citizens, which
he did, at soma length, and made them
a tal'ufaclory speech.
On Monday, he adJrossed the cit
izens of Lecompte and Big Spring.
i us commeni ement 01 his remarks were
similar in character to that delivered
at Topeka, but supposing hs was in
the neighborhood of nro-alaverv men.
he made a desperate onset upon the
Topeka Legislature, denouncing it at
(he roost alrociom uaurnation ever
witnessed in this country. After the
Governor had concluded, there wat a
eaoral call lor Lane, who, however
oclined, as he understood Secretary
Stanton was present and desired to
speak. Stanton then took tha stand
and spoke for some time, without,
however, advanuing anything nee
When he wat through.the call for Lane
was renewed unanimously. The Col
onel reponded to the call, completely
demolishing the positions of Gov. Wal
ker and hit Secretary.
It was generally understood that
there would be no attempt made to col
,i. ... 1
The Minnesota Election.
Pioneer (dem.) ot
the 8th inst., says: "We are appre
hensive that we 'shrieked' too soon
in reference to the large Democratic
in the coming Constitution-
vention. Southern Minneso-
T- Alitmieotbin, 'of the 8thf put,
n aends an almost unhrnVcen flnh(n.
tjnn of Runublicans. We fear the
Abolitionists have carried tho Con-
'...:.,.. i ti. m.:. tm
.V, . ' . n "'L.Tr
. ...... ... v r.
m0VCli ftnJ that the Republicani will
1 1 1 1 in
tkned TU .ZSl.
r.l ..J .k M -.'ok :.i.
jto "licnr from. In tbe districts be-UtCLc'K
him .tho chances are about
but if the Democrats should elect allI
. . .... ...
Minnesota is Republican.
We knkw Minnesota was righl
but wo '"art! .,lmt "j? ""P'lblicans
. . . . II..
were not worKinir. vo acciisea ner
" . ,
think that WC are Safe in Baying;"""-
, i. r I i-
bt!, ,0C,?J th Covent.on,
9lVin9 majority of tix ! Lt
,l"f8 refnU ,n-!
what, but they cannot reverse it.
ifillnBnf!1 U rlxlpfimcd Irom tlm Itor-lthu
t s.lt was rnmorod last j.i.dtl-yJK.ii.c.Job,.so,J,.,nn.y
Coodhuo, Podge and Freeborn
,g w. weaken but not defeat
iir .:i.. i : :, r..i,
, V-', " ,,jr, i .
?ur fa' w 8bont '.6tr0I!K .nV'
,our nope: io-iiiurruw win iJruuuuiv
!iii ti,n iinrv
lCll 1110 BlOr)
The Stale Journal remarks in
, i:n-. .......
At to ,h. ouettio; which i in every-
mouth, "What .hat beco,,,. of
nionej ? ' we can give no answer,
'-a. used in
f pS'o w'
ln L Y'V"'.--
Railrnai. othcrs ; ,hB, it IBg 8n
been lost bv a too uenerous loan of it to
Deen ,0V W 8 oofcenerous loan Ol liwd
8C:leitonnl Ir.endt, who got ,t and kept!
The.e sro the rumors, or a portion
,01 mam. wnica we near at tue
wasxorners, but we have made frequent in
muii ui vmbioi wciauus, biiu iiuviiiiik
tangible has yet been discovered as to
wnere me money nas
c . r".o.....
I Sad Casuality.
morning last, a young
years old.named Jueu
P.7 f Mr. J. II.
nthe river nearly
I Fair Ground. In
man about 18
ling in the em-
Zahm, was drown-
company with ecv
do wont down to
bathe, when ho accidentally got in
beyond his depth aud sank, not be
ing able to swim. Tho other boys
wero unable to reach him and ran
for assistance, but before it could be
obtained ho was drowned. Ilisbody
was immediately recovered and
taken to the houso of Mr. Zahm
St. Louis, June 10. Topeka to the
12th inst, lay there was a quorum
in both branches of tho Legislature,
which was busy at work perfecting
county and township organization!.
Robinson's message nsd been tent
in to the legislature, but had not been
Dr. Itoback't Fcaodiuavian Remedies.
The tooda of ttll.lisorden are ln the blood,
and l)r. Itoback't Blood Pl-bikieb and Pills aol
specifically on that fluid. They are eomposod
of rare Swedish herbs, and form a sovereign
untldoto to the infecting and corrupting prin
oiplo ofduuao. Not only do they cure Indlg'
eslion, billout complaints, female weakness,
connbialu incompeten cy, nervous dlsorderi,
lung and throat affections, diarrhea, eto-, etc.,
but they cleanse, purify aud invigorate every
organ, and put the whole animal maobinery
such a vigorous oondiUon that It la enabled
resist and throw off the Influence of bad air
and other onuses of sickness.
AT See advorlisment
Clark's Female Pills.
SIR JAME8 CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS,
Prtpartd from PrteriptumoDirJ. Clarkt,
D., Pkyiuian Extraordinary Ie tk Qutm,
This Invaluable mediolne tt unfailing In
cure of all those painful and dangerous ditor
dert to wnloh the female constitution It
JeoU It moderates all exoess, and removes
obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
To Married Ladies
it It peculiarly suited. It will, In a tbort
time, bring vn tbe monthly period with regu
Each bottle, price one dolltv, bears the Gov
rament itamp of Great Britain, io prevent
These plllt should not betaken by females
that aie pregnant, durlnt thtlirU OmtwmOu.
as they are sure to bring on mUearriagti but
t every other time and in every other eate,
they are per feotly safe,
in all eases of NorvouanndRnlnnl Affniinna.
Pain in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on alight
exertion, Palpitation of the Hoott. Hraterina
and Whites, those Plllt will eloct a cure when
all other meana have fadud, and although a
poworful remedr, do not aontaln Iron. clomol.
antimony, or anything hurtful to the const I.
Kull directions aooompany oaoh package.
Bole agonts for tho U. States and Canada.
(Ute t. C. Baldwin A Co.,)
Rochnttr, IV. Y,
N. B. 11.00 and S pOStSKO Itimiu anr1,,H In
any authorized agent, will Insure a bottle of
uie piusDy return mail. Por sale by
A. ItAKQH ORTHY, DruftM,
June 19 1V.7 (Vov. JR, lMB-ly.)
Caution. New Advertisements.
ACiMik BtoTe with an elevated oven, has the
pipe back nf the oven, so that the Sre ran
lie thrown oft In warm weatlior. has snven Holl
er holes, and takes wood throe feet long. It it
tho 8tme for Varmors. For snlo by
Jnno 1, 185T. BOBHOX A ADAMS.
THE "CLIPPER AIR-TIGHT,"
rTllKKSwond three feet long, hssnn Klevsted
Ovun, Is emit In aunim.-, i"iniMa-
Juno 19, 1S57.
L XJ M 33 13 -
ANY quantity nf (lond Luinhor taken in ex
clmiiiio for Stovcsand work of any kind.
June la, 1907. UUHIION & ADAMS.
nuwuil kbttlks, alwnrt on hand, a
J Ihtko lot of Connor Kottlcitorour own make
at reduced prices. UUHIION ft ADAMH.
mnGchoniHt liiee In Findlay to huy Tin
J. Ware and get your work clone, is at
ULSIIO.S ft ADA1IS'.
Dn-TF.ItKXT Kinds of Cook Stoves, nt the
lowest kind of iirlees. For sale hy
11U8HON ft ADAM3.
T HillT-tlva ROUS), both Iron and Copper,
ii or sine, ana nui on ouiiumik. nv rouuera
- n... .. . . m.Li
nUHHON ft ADAMS.
ir'riWS PRKWUKNT-A Btove for all teas
canal:1?"?01.. 1".?al,uo OV0Usf,"2XvrAiVlM4
' --rrrT- .r
Grsefenberg Medicines !
liARTPORn, Trumbull County. Ohio, !
Uarcb 7, 1M7. (
I lierobv certitv that I have hoen denlinR in
the Itrn'ri-iiborg'Mcdirincs for the past Uve
i.uru. mnl run tri.lv ihv tl.ut I have never of-
.. . . '....I.. I.H.. .1... ....... .....
lereaaiiy .nnnnimiinui luinn.-''
,n, n,c deeided approbation of tho people,
;,0 M0. partiruiariy ine rn.s ana v anion-
They kcII readily, and perforin nil and
lumie llu.n i proniinid lor them. 1 have sold
Hlluu, nny m,,cs o uio ll.o.o.iroii ine im
Mve pra. tu-e ...id one ..r the most tui-cosai'uiiu
enumv (Trumbull) In whii-h bo resides.
I -This terttnes that t have used the ors-fen.
bcru 'ills urn I Marsha 'a lutboiiron, aoiu nen.
,.n,.uee. to my
1 u, .,i,.-.n.i.. ,.r n.inv vea.V nrnettce.
!.- ..,i.,.A..ui .....u- im. i,..m. d.Kose f
I male'. . tVv v6 ..craiiy bnied my i.
" ViTV ." . . . ii..r .r ,n.
found myself iibiiiidi.i.lly suei-essful. In my
former prai-llec I roulil onlv miliKiiie the symp
toms ol about In.lf llio elisor, snrt ermW-nUMti
one In ton. Now I can radieally euro seven
teen In twenty, nnd run militate the rest. I
ennitiilur Murxlu.U's Catbolieou Iho Kreuleat
hlem-ini! to fi'mle I bavu ever nrt with.
, ,mthPr dl(, , ,,, sn. Amoi.re
Ainf. t'""'' O'0 cre ",e i"yieii.a, and
, , ,,,.,,,,1 ol tho unwl powerlut
..Mrinmk ....?. t the Vr..fei..n. (t..in.).ui
..i...... r.. ii..,.. l.ntt.Ail m. Ii.tt ll.ev
I,,.., ,l,.,,,, l., u ..nrlal.. .mint toward K
From mv experience, I ui.hosltatiniily pro
nounce It' the best Kvscnlfrv n.cduMi.o ever
muilo, nnd would bcnrtlly ruomniiid MHi.se to
iiycrj- nno with l.ku Uldlculty. I sin U-d to nmkn
una Mti.icineni to ine .uiuu-, uiriumii uriu iiui...
ror the blc-KMlKK it has ci.tifrrrt-d iiiin mc, ami
thru.iKh tho hope that olUorit like ulllictcd, may
roap tho henrlU of lis use.
luurs, rosi.ei'uuiiy, i. 11. j.ahi.
For si.Ip by A. IJincworthy and D. Dixon,.
ri.ullHv. HiiikliiK A Co.. tillboa: live. Rtrothcr
A Co., 'Vim fluren. urid by agent In ail the prlu-
cinni luwna in uuin.
ii. u. M.u.-ij.r. i, biBvuiai.il,
Juno 10, W7 v. Anent for Ohio.
nuaiiltai.'l Kale of Real Katate by Order
' AC Mralal. f 'ni.r.. .4)11 thn ISLll dttV Itf
July, A. P., 1B5T, at one o'clock, in the after
noon, ni too uiHjr oi ine vourvnouse in u.v vil
lage of Findlay, will be told to the l.lKbost Itld
ilut, the following roal estato, at the property of
Hunnah Whitney, to-wlt: commencing at the
north-east corner of the west half of the
south-wost quarter of secUon thirteen, In town
ship one, north of range ten east; thence west
three chains and seventy five links; thence
south forty chuins; thence east three chaina
and seventy-five links i thence north forty
chains to the place of beginning.
Tkhms Of balk one inira caso in nana; ono
hlrd In one, and the balance In two years, with
n nor cent. Interest from day nf tale, to bo
secured by mortgage on the premises.
. r . ui.A.r.0,
Guardian of Hannah Whllner.
By . BIlOWN,
June 19. 1R57..-1W. ...J1.8.'
P. D. ARDINGER. LEVI TAYLOR
3 NEW FIRM! fli
CHAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
The underalgnod would call the attention of
the whole world "and the real of maukind"
caah buyora and punotual dealers to thoir
large ana tpienaia atsoruueni oi
To the Ladiet,etpeolally,wo would say we have
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN?
Sljm & Gaiters,
of various deteriptiont. For prioet and quail.
ty we will not be neat, ana wont nuy tueep
skin, aud other inferior qualities of
thoet lo give coloring to what
BUT A FIRM REALITY.
On If ono it Now
"Small Profits and Quick Returns.'
ABDIYOEA A TAYLOR.
N. B. Store.three doors touih of Head Quar
ters, and two doors north eiiillenUne A Fir
mill's, opposite the HelodtVs Rail,..
June f i, 1847tf. t'A T.