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IndiaaapoM and Cincinnati JAailroad.
rrt Train 1ar Cincinnati at 8.13 A. V. er-
r1. at pWt at .8:2 A. M.
flcoi Train Clneinuati at 3.3') P. M.
arrival at parte at............ .... S:i3, P. M.
BE TUX NINO.
Flrtt Train Irar milalnapolia at 7 20, A. M.
anrl.ea at wd al . ...10:Z), A. M.
iKoivl Train laavra lodlanapolla at 6.30, P. M.
arriwa at BaaaJaa al-..-.. .. 45, P. SI.
DAlLT ITAOR LINES.
For Cincinnati awl rUrrMon I' at 4, A. It.
rb-tnrntnc arrlv at Rr.kille....... ......9, P. M.
Spades ni1 reat 7. A. M. IU-lurtilnjr ar
rive at ürmik'iU .. ,.4, P. M.
CnnmiwUI ai mhrvhr Iwitt at 7, A. M.
JUturting, ar'lna at Urtkrlll at ...8, P. M.
A trl-w kl n k W- fr laurel and Ranhvi!'. nn
Monday, nlnndr iul Friday f . mine t 4 n'clork.
K.iurnlng. arr'wa in Brnokvill: oa TMUy, Thuradayand
fcatarfoy at 8 P. f.
.The Hepubltcnns of Fr&nklin County
an! all others who oppo?o tho Kunsu
polier of'tUtf Administr ition, aro re
quested to moot nt tho Court ilousojü
Brookville, on Saturday tlW 27tlrinst.,
for the purpose of appointing delegates
lo the Republican State Convention to
be holden at Indianapolis on the 4th of
By order of Üia Central Committee.
IIUFCS HAYMONP, ChVn.
John t. jtowUaX Eq.. and th Attorney Qsn
eratahip. "Wo noTicc that fomo of the Republi
can papers of this State aro moving in
tho matter of nominalion. Amon
others the tireensbur RcpuWean comes
out utronirly in favot of tho nomination
of John D. Ilowland. of Franklin coun
ty, f r Attorney General. Mr. How
land is certainly a vcrj cicver gentle
men, and it would afford us re:it picas
tiro to voto fr him for almost any po
sition ho is qualified to fill. Hut wc
mu.-t Lc pnrloned f-r PiirrircMin; that
tho Attorney Genera Isfr'ji is not exactly
t!.n nlipn r,r liim Ifn 'A'miLl nvikn n
V I. 1 lllllll V .." a.....v
tar Scfrtnry of State; find we should
,e pleased lo ee him cicnpy mat po
sition. But lor Atton.cv General it
hould he a man of lare experience in
the exu profession a man of solid at
tainments and high reputation aa a
And just hero allow us to engest tho
name of Judire Win. T. Otto, of this citv
as a man pre eminently qualified for
that position. Tho. convention of the
4th proximo could n t do better than to
nominate him. IV. .1. Tribune.
Tho above from tho pen of Milton
Gre, Eh.-j , formerly a citizen of this
county, demands as wo think, from the
friends of John D. Ilowland, Esq.,
proper refutation. That Mr. Gre
phould prefer Wm. T. Otto, Iiis own
townsman, is not aurprisin, and that
Judge Otto possesses all the qualities
of a gentleman and jurist claimed for him
by Mr. Grec?, we cheerfully admit; and
aver ti-at under no circumstances could
Mr. Ilowlan Cr his friends futfer Iiis
et 110 promo' cd by detracting from the
r.-j-jist merits rrf Jiv. Olto r fjr other
gentleman. Judge Otto or Jno. I).
Ilowland requires no such bolstering.
The i:;ijvtation of Mr. Ilowlund'g
want of qualifications ij unjust and un
trtte. We know him intimately, and are
better judge than is Mr. Gregg, ar.d
foflrlclr mv, that there aro but few
men in tho State possessing, equally
with him, tho requisite qualifications.
With seventeen years experience as a
constantly practising lawyer in the in
ferior and Mipcrior courts of the State;
just in the prime of life; thoroughly
"read" In hi- profession; a head as
"clear as a bell," and forensic powers
uncqualed by most of his ussociatcs, be
has deservedly taken front rank with
the lawyers of Kastern Indiana, and in
our opinion is amplj "qualified to fill
Iho office" and that it uh exactly the
p'aee fur him."
Believing us wo do that Mr. Ilowland
pm.vesses the requisites claimed by Mr.
Gregg, "largo experience in tho legal
profession solid attainments and high
reputation .as a jurist" in as eminent de
gree a any gentleman of his age in the
State; to which we add a life reputation
fur morality ami integrity, unsullied by
even tho breath of slander, with high
moral courage that dares to do tho right
under all circumstances, we urge upon
7ür friends his nomination.
JXO. H. FARQUIIAli,
C. C. B INK LEV,
tc?U At a meeting of the County Com
missioners, held on Monday last, John
C Burton, Esq , was appointed County
Treasurerro tent, in place of Dr. Elliott
dee'd. Mr. Burton has long been well
acquainted with the business of the of
fice and is every way capable of discharg
ing its duties. A very worthy appoint
ment. 5? Wo are glal to perceive that our
esteemed friend Ir-i7 Reynolds,
ha- so far recovered roiyuis recent ill
ness as to be ablo V appear on the
t3t Tho property known ns the Har
rel faim consisting of 400 acres situated
in Fayette Co., and owned by Geo.
Holland Esq.; has been purchased by
Mr. C. II. Scoffield of Laurel.
r? Tho sale of tho personal proper
ty of Enoch MeCarty dee d., which
took place on Monday last was lanrely
attuded and every thing sold brought
a good price.
The bill divorcing Thomas W.
Smith, whose trial for killing Carter,
in Philadelphia, excited so much inter
est, has passed both Houses of the Penn
Funeral of Dr. Elliott
Tho remains of tho lato Dr. Elliott,
wero on Friday last, follo'wecf to their
final res ting place by a largo number of
friends and citizen. Tho orders of Odd
Fallows and MasonVof which' ho was a
worthy member were largely in atten
dance to pay tho last tributo of respect
to a departed brother.
Previous to burial, tho body was con
veyed to tho Frcsbytcrian Church
whero an eloquent discourse was deliv
ered by tho Rov. Mr. Abbott.
P3m John Bright, a young man resi
ding Botno thrco miles from town, and
ns wo lean respectably connected, was
arrested on Thurdav of last week for
passing, ut tho store of Tyn r & Kimble
and to Mr. Adam Feltz of this place,
two five dollar counterfeit til's of the
Farmers Bank of Kentucky. Ho also
g:tvo to Mr. Lowry-Lynn of this place
another of the same riamp1'"who artfie
time of thö arrest had gono to Cincin
nati. Upon search, another bill of the
same character was found in his pos
session, as alsö two spurious two and a
half dollar gold pieces. It is stated
that a few days previous to his arrest
ho was seen to have a large amount of
money which no doubt, was equally as
Ho was brought before Justice Kil
goreof this place and held to bail in tho
sum of fivo hundred dollars, his father
Mr. Ezckiel Bright entering upon the
bond, for his appearance ut the next
term of Court.
tST" Leander Ward, proprietor of the
White Water Valley Mill, above Fair
field, has failed and mado an assign
ment for the benefit of his creditors to
Wilson Price. Wo have ascertained
nothing as to his liabilities.
B., As. every body isaware, nodoubt,
tho cold weather during the last week
has obstructed navigation on tho raging
canawl, notwithstanding this our friend
Capt. Millis carries as smiling a face as
ever. Hofo wo shall have plenty of ice,
though the mildness of the winter
heretofore, has indicated quite tho con
It is rumored that tiov. Denver is
to bo removed, and John R. Potter, of
Albany, N. Y., afpointcd in his place,
Suüerinteudent f Public Instruction.
Now that the Supreme Court, by its
decisions, has destroyed tho most valu
able feature of the hool law, it is a
matter of great moment to the people
ä . . . . t i. ri
ot llio Mate, that we cicct a Mi pen n-
tendentof Public Instruction, who will
the most efficiently tret all the irootl out
of the part that remains, and whose ex
perience rod recommendations would
' .a. rlY t
h.a e wcirritt wan i no Jiegi :"i;;ura in
curing wise and judicious amendments
lo the law.
We believe that T. A. Goodwin, edi
tor of tho Indiana American, wonl "fill
the bill." Of long cxperianeo. in the
school room, and in public business, and
familiar as ho is, witlt the practical
working of the school r-stcms of this
and our sister States, he would bring to
tho work a mind stored with varied ex
perience, and abA:e all, an honest de
sire lo promote the car sc of education
among the people; Lei hiia be nomi
nated. 6 reentbHry rpub.
FiX ECTTTo.N oK TIIK .Ut Jv KEsPORT Ml'U-
nrnnits. Henry Fife and Charlottee
Jones, two of the MeKcesport murder
ers, were hung at Pittsbimr, Feb 12, at
2 o'clock. About thirty persons witnes-
ed the execution inside of the jail yard.
There was a large crowd outside.
Both delivered addresses, acknowl-
ing the justice of their sentence, but
pronounced Monroe Stewart innocent.
The latter is sentenced to bo hung in
Action of the Kanzas LEmsLATt'RE.
The Legislature of Kanzas has taken
prompt and decisive action to defend its
constituents troin the outrage centem
plated by Mr. Buchanan, and in which
he determines to make the majority in
Congress his accomplices. As will be
seen from the statements of our corres
pondent, published this morning, the
Act providing for a Convention to frame
a Constitution in accordance with the
wishes of tho people, has passed both
branches of the Territorial Legislature
and, if vetoed b- Gov. Denver, as is
possible, will becom a law by the req
usite majority, without his signature.
The President's Message in favor of
tho Lecompton Constitution, created
great excitement in the Legislature. A
bill passed the Houso, o- the spur ot the
moment, making it a capital offence in
a 113 citizens of Ivanzas to attempt to
give any force or effect to that Constitu
tion. Excited speeches werfe also made,
foreshadowing resistance to the death
to this tyranny, if any attempt is made
to enforce it. No ono can doubt that
these lire something more than idle
threats, or that such resistance would
effectually backed up, if necessary, by
outsiders. It is not in human nature to
submit to such oppression, or to see a
brave people thus trodden under the
iron hetl of tyranny, without coming to
An act has been passed, over the veto
of the Governor, removing the Capitol
of Kanzas to Minneola, a projected
town tw. nty or thirty miles Southwest
of Lawrence. Whether this location
is likely to be permanent approved
by the people docs not appear to be yet
determined. It seems to have been
adopted, for the lime, as a compromise
between tho conflicting claims of Law
rence and Topeka. Cin Gazeite.
Ex-Governor Bebb, formerly of
Ohio, now of Illinois, who was tried a
few days sinco for shooting ono of a
band who wero "charivaring" his new
ly married son, was acquitcd.
Spri, Ex-President Fillmore was mar
ried, in Albany, Feb. 11th, to Mrs.
What a Southern Senator Said.
A Southern Senator (s iys the Tribune's
Washington correspondent) retrarked
that tho Republicans had gained tho
first battlo, sinco they drew tho first
blood, (Keitt's) and got tho first scalp,
Ice at Cleveland. Tho Cleveland
Leader, of Saturday, says:
The ice packers aro harvesting nu'rap
idly its possible. Ihe the river is from
4 to 5 inches thick, solid and clear us
The Cuyahoga is tho merriest of m
tru. The ico is glare, and the skaters
glido and dart about liko swallows, on a
summer's eve, and at all hours of tho
day, tho sccno along tho river for miles
is most animated. Occasionally, young
ladies engage in tho exciting exercise, a
number of them good skaters. Yester
day, a few skatest ventured upon tho
Lake shore ico.
Deep Snow. By actual measure
ment, the snow that has recently fallen
nt Davenport, Iowa, was ascertained on
Tuesday to be fftecn inches.
5s3,A Washington correspondent
writes, that from what he knows of
Keitt, tho South Carolina sprig of chiv
alry, wdio disgraced the Hall of Repre
sentatives tho other day, he deems it en
tirely probable that he was "too drunk
to know whether ho was struck or not."
Brookville, Feb. ICth, 1S53.
To the Citizens of Brookville
and all ichom it may concern:
leaving m3 stable consumed b3 fire
on, or about the lSth of January, and
could not attribute it to : ny other cause
but that of an incendiaiy, from circum
stances, perhaps 10 trivial 1113' suspicion
in some degree, rested on a young man
of our town, but I studiously avoided
giving his name, therefore-1 hope to be
excused in this article ror not giving it;
but my house being on lire on tho night
of tho 14th, knowing nopossiblo means
by which it could occur, except it was
set on fire, I expr sscd my suspicion
to tho young man too freely, but under
tho most intense excitement.
As I understand a portion of tho pub-
lie having misunderstood, tho langrago
on the occasion, I here Bay I did not
charge him with setting my buildings
on fire, or if I did I was so excited that
I knew it not. I rejoice to learn from
those that know him long and well, that
inj' suspicions are groundless, that he is
kind-hearted, generous and free from
revenge and 1113 futuro course to. him
shall bo that of a gentleman, as I find
him worthy. JNO. P. WILLIAMS.
MARIIIKD. In I'airficM on the 12th insL,
by Rev. T. O Crawford, (Jio V. Hawkins to
Mi.s.s3 Ei.iza A. Smith.
Fimirper l t.1
Wheat " bush
KIi 8cl p"r tnch
IJutti-r ' lt
T.Af. f'T A t
I..irJ lb -
CoiT. o " "
fciar " "
Appla Pr bu.-h
Irtl Arp'" per hush ...
I Vim pr bth
IWr per t . .....
I'ork " "
..? rOf 25
.. CV4 73
.. 20iJ V
.. W 3 6 5
.. 7 "i
.. 13 15
.. 123 It
.. 63 W
.. 123 w
.. , 60
.. 75 a ( 00
. 30 a S 5
. 07 a C8
. 05 a Of.
TncnsoAT, Fcbnrary 18.
GRAIN rrime qn.Alitici of Wheat continue in
jpod request, and prices arc we'.l snstained. Salo
at 02?, for prime Kentucky white; 75 8ic f. r
fair and good while; and GS to 75c for good to prime
Corn is arriving n'owly, and prices are steady.-
Sale 25,000 bushel at ?.Ct 35c for fair.
Rye i in improved demand, and prices tire firm
at äm( coc.
Prime F.arley is in a poodsupyly 14,000 btishe.li
sold at 50(3 j6c. Infoiior grades are dull and prices
FLOUR The market has changed but little
durin the week, and prices are very feebly sus
tained, closing at COfTi 70 for supcrCne, and
$.3 90 to $4 10 for fair to choice extra. Received du
ring the week 8,55 1 lrls.
U00.? -With lighter receipts than n;ual the de
mand active. Prices, closing firm at $5 SOrC 25.
COTFEE The market U firmer and prices a
shade higher. Salca during tho week of 16,00 bags,
clo;in at 10(t W) for fair to prime.
SUGAR There Las boon nn improved demand
since our last, and the market is firmer, and rices
' higher. ' Sales dniing tho week of 920 hds.
elD-in! buoyant at 5?4C'?"Ke for fair to prime.
MOLASSES The market is dull, and prices a
shade lower We now quo to 2Gc as tho ruling rate.
BUTTER-Thc market has been very good during
the week, but prices aro somewhat higher. The
range for Roll i 15 to ICo, and a very choice article
selling nt 14c. Choice Firkin Kutter sell at 16(ji
RECEIPTS ON' SUBSCRIPTION TO AMERICA!!.
Gideon Ryman, 1 50 ; TUatilda Ryman, 1 00 ; L.
D. Chafce, 1 50; Fielding Berry, 50c; R.J.Good
win, 100; .Moses i oicum, 1 SO ; luos. t-kinncr,
Jr., 1 50 ; Joel Price, 1 00 ; Ezekiel Bright, 1 50 ; II.
II. Rcmy, 1 50 ; S. II. McWharter, 1 50 ; W. Nep
tune, 150; G. W. Templeton, 1 00 ; Rob't Allen,
1 50 j David Barnard, 150 ; S. II. Jacques, 1 50 ; E.
M. Cummins, 1 50 ; A. T. Whitney, 1 50 ; Jno. G.
Wynn, 2 00 ; Jno. Cummins, 1 50 ; W. P. Staleut,
1 00 ; Wni. O'Byrne, 1 50 ; Dr. Biddidger, 1 50 ; Jno.
Skinner, 1 50. Remaining names nest week.
1MIE SUBSCRIBERS ARE now manufacturing
. and keep 011 Lmd a superior article of family
flour, which they ofur to their customers at tho low
est raies; they also, keep on band line sifted white
Indian meal, Ruck wheat flour, Ac.
feblO-Ct. SPEER A STEPIIEN3.
FARMERS OF IXDIAXA !
Have you subscribed for the good old
It is the Farmers and Gardeners' Own
Published twice every month, in book form suita
ble for binding. Terms $1 a year, single copy
three copies for 2 six for $4 nine for $t5, and
a copy extra to the getter up of every club of 0.
fveciincus sent free. Address
S: 1. HARRIS, Columhns, 0.,
Editor and Proprietor.
m m b e m &
DR. A. J. BIDDINQER,
PHYSICIAN "AND "SURGEON
CEDAR GROVE, INDIANA.
Six Miles below Brookville.'
OFFERS HIS rftOFES-SlONAL SERVICES TO
the Citizen of Franklin county,, lit offico i
located opponite J. T. Coolcj'a ilorc,' v. lure ho will
bo lotiml, xcMt wb'U profusalonally tngngi-d.
Commissioner's Sale of Bo .1 Estate.
THE UNDERSIGNED COMMISSIONER Al'
pointed by the Court of Common l'i aof Frank
lin t'uuntj, Indiana, wilt eil at jmMi'' om-tiun, on
tho promises, eh SATURDAY, the 20th ?ny of
March 1S&8, between tho houm i f ten lnd four
o'clock of mid dny, tho following cli sctH.l rcnl -tato
belonging to tho Scdoy li'ir;, t-wit: - Fifty
ncrcaofftho booth itJo of the 2-' h K.i-t rjnnrtcr
of tied ion 22, Town 8, ef'JUi'" ,-" Frmiklln
County, Indiana. ,
TERMS Or.o third down, W, 'o n cn nn't
tw5 rcart with Interest, (o te ';r v' r noL. ni.il
appmrd scenrity, wainnj bin1::' a f.'-i 'ku and
pr.rairjTwnt lawi. . CIIAS. C. UlSt LKV,.
fcll9"S3-lw. ' j" rC(MuUaiuJk-rA
i i -
Ceoros m'obe'IorV ' ANK1X.
M'GREGOR &, RANKIN,'
Ko. 1S9 Walnut trect, tecortd dot t-!ow Fifth,
axcixfATi. enio ,
Manufacture ra of . i '
EAXK LOCKS. ' ;
. , ail. j
Cells Iiunfc with tn1)CS to pre.ct th wires. Fpcnk
inj Tubf fitted np with whistl annanoiator. Sil
ver plated Door and Number Plates. fcbl9-tf.
WE ARE NOW 0PENINO A COMPLETE AS
ortravnt pf .
FOREIGN & AMERICAN .
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, ETC.
Of the best Fabric nnd Miiuufiicture,
Which wc offer at vary low priced-
J0IIX StfTtLITO l CO.
101, 103 A 105 West Fourtn t.-jcf, Cincinnati, O.
Don't be Humbugged !
TT IS NOT A FACT, THAT KNAPP'S LAMP
JL is the only Lump that will Uti.v the
PARAFFINE, CR COAL OIL.
We Ci'atm to have LAMPS whitL are decidedly su
perior lo his, in
Siujplici'ty of Construction,
la Ciiliiancyof Lig'.t,
7a perfect Coroljustion,
AnJ, in tconorny.
We are also prepared to furuMj the pure
PARAFFINE, OR COAL OIL,
In any quantity desired, from
ONE PINT TO ONi: 1K.NDRF.D BBLS.,
courts ys lovi:st rates-
This being en ' a
NEW 'IT. ,
We respoetfiilly Invito the ptiblK to cat at ouf store
and examin for themselves.
Wc ke p a number of the Limps biiruing" oil day",
ana will bo pleased to givo nnv. inforniation desired
in regard to them. 15 A K R .t VO X Til U L,
No. d'i West Fouith St., Cincinnoti, 0.
"VV Ii i t o X ics.
BY CHARLES EEADE. ,
Author of "Peg WoOngton," Ac. 1 vol., 12uio.
cloth, $1 25.
History of Ancient Philosophy.
By WM. ARCHER BUTLER, A. M.,lae Professor
of ThiloMOphy in tho Unersity ef lullin. Edi
ted by Win. llepworlb Tronpson, Professor of
Gretk, in tho Uimirsity of Cambridge. 2 vols.,
price S3 00.
TI E BIBLE GALLERY.
Illustrating our Savior's Life and Passion; with
prominent events in the lives of His Disciples,
The Putrisrchs and Prrphata, and of the women
of tho old and new Teguments; with 2i illustra
tions on steel. 1 vol., fcvo., cloth, full gilt sides
unci edges, ft 00; Turkey morocco anti-rue, $6 00.
OUR COUNTRY 'S TROUBLES,
No. 11; Or, National Sins and National Retribu
tion. A ecrrbon, by the Ret. Dudley A. Tyng,
Dr. Eoss and lisiop Colenao.
Or, The Truth Restored In regard to Polvgamy and
Slavery. By Rev. F-.k'rick R. A. Ross, V. D.'
of Alabama," end Riit-Rce.ltöhn William Col
ciuo, D. D., Lord Lishov of Natal. Price, 15c.
For sale bv TI'.LMAN A SPOFFOUD,
feblSTSS'-tf. So. 25 West Fourth St.
l)eluatu, iosst;c ate ucr.
W M . L.E E & CO.
West Toxirt Street.
9 Talmac ,
Black Cloth Cloaks richly trimmed ; '
Mourning Cloaks ;
Black EmbroMcred Velvet "Cloaks, at HALF
TRICE to clo;e out ;
Colored Beaver Cloth Cloaks ;
Misses Cloaks and Talmas;
Bronche, Square and Long Shawls ;
Scotch; French and Bay State Square and Long
Shawls, at very low prices ;
Stella Shawls, from $2 50 to $25 each ;
Choice lot Plush Bordered Stella Shawls, $3 00 ;
Mourning Shawls, in Mack and white ;
Long and Square Shawli, Elack Thibet andRlack
l)cLaiu, Gossagc ate Ctiylcr,
W M . LEE & CO.
West Fourth Street,
THE "UNDERSIGNED, ASSIGNEE OF R. F.
Webb, is in possesion of the Notes and accounts
of B. F. Webb ic C4., 1. F. A- A. Webb, and P.. F.
Webb. All persons Indebted to a'ul Brun are re
quested to tall immediately and make s(.tt1uicut and
payment of the saun'. ' l5y so dlinif thef niav save
co.ts. , H. II SWIFT.
F.iuoming Grove, lud., Feb. Cth '58-tf.
BOARD Cr INSTRUCTION.
Rkv. G. A. Chase, A. M., Presidertt.
John P. Rocs, A. P.., Professor cf Languages.
It. J. M. Uoodwis, A. li., Professor of Maihr
Miss Makt Tarkisotox, M. E. L., Teacher of
Mrs. John 1. Rots, M. E. L., TcacUor of Vocal
and Instrumental Music.
. OFFICERS OF BOARD OP TRUSTEES.
- Jam f..s II. SpEfcfi, Esq., President.
M'ilsox Monnow, Eq., Socretary.
Rev. Jons W. Ki:ei,y, Treasurer.
, The (.'itrreut term commenced Feb. 1., 185P, and
will cloao on the 15th of April. The nest terra will
lonuncnco April 2M, and will dose on tho 1st of
July, on rfhiehday thu Amiinl Conimencomcnt Ex
eri isos will take place. A vacation of eijjht weeks
Tho Institution fs in a flourishing condition nnd
offers guild advantage to young ladies and gentle
men desiring a praclii al education.
' No young men, hocvT, are admitted who will
not jtign a p'cdgo to abstain f.NTIBKl.V fiotn the use
of intoxicating liquors, while n lurmber f th Col
lege. Two literary Societies exist in the school, and
are in successful operation. Libraries aro connected
vuth e.T'h of tliftii.
Hoarding can be obtained In good families nt
2,2" per week. H' viral i-tude nts hire rooms and
board ihemsolvo, od in this way render their ex
per.sü much lcs. S!ndents of this class will al
ways be welcomed ly tho President, who will en
deavor to assist thsm in securing goo J rooms. Cat
alogues will bo forwarded, and enquiries promptly
answered by the President.
OSOROS nOLLAND. CnAS. C. BISKLET.
HOLLAND 80 BINKLEY,
Attorneys at Law.
ff Office in Ilaile'g Elock, Wct of the Court
W . MORROW,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
First Door South of tte Post-office.
Er-spksf,'vcv'sT n t p?rrr
WILL TRACTICE IN THE COMMON PLEAS,
Circuit and Supreme Courts of the States.
Hcncy "We Keed anl Unit HaTe'!
WE HAVE TUEREFORE DETERMINED TO
ollvr our larg und well selected stock of Dry
Goods at less rates than ever offered before in tLis
market for .
M'e then invito the attention of the public. Wo
are determined to reduce our stock before spring,
and without limiting our discount to three or five
per cent. We offer great inducements to cash buy
ers. We will make it to the interest of customers
to buy of us. Call and examine for yourselves.
-fb5:8-tf. r. morrow a co
DR. JOHN W. KEELY.
I LL V'ORK IN THE DENTAL LINE WAR-
iL ranted. t'Öicc and Store oue door Soulh of
Tyner & Kimble's store.
JÜUN V. KEELY,
WRITES AND T4KES ACKNOWLEDOE
mcnu of Deeds, Mo'tgages and Powers of At
torney, and docs all other business which a Notary
is authorized to do.
MISCELLANEOUS AND i'CIIOOL ROOKS,
Blank Books, and Stationery of all kinds.
Family and Pocket Bibles constantly on hand.
Torms reasonable. JNO. 7 KELL .
fondly, Janu-ry 25, 1SC8.
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
Vour Dally Trains
LEAVE SIXTH ST., DEPOT, AS FOLLOAVS:
6 A. M. Indianapolis and Chicago Express.
8 A. M. Dayton, Piqna and ISMney Mail Express.
4 P. M. Da) ton, Richmond and Indianapolis Ex
press. 5:40 P. M. Hamilton Accommodation.
, THROUGH TICKETS.
ALL EASTERN, WESTERN, & NORTHERN &
6 A. M. Train connects at Richmond; with Indi
ana Central Road for Indianapolis, Chicago, Lafay
ette, Tcrrc Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities.
Also, with Cincinnati and Chicago Road for An
derson, Kokomo. Logaiisport, Fort Wayne and all
pqjnts on the Wabash Vailey Rad.
8 A. M. Train for Dayton, Troy, riqua and Syd
ney, for Springfield. Fort Waj ne. Sandusky, Toledo,
and I)ctroi ; cnimcete directly at Sidney wich, Bellc
fontaiue. Cleveland and Pittsburgh Road", for Pitts
burgh, rhil.idelj.Lia, Baltimoro an-I New Yorlt.
Also, connects at Dayton with Day ton and Wes
tern Road for points between Dayton and Kith
mond ; with Oreenvillo ant Miami Road for Green
ville, Union, Winchester and Muncie.
4 P. M. Indianapolis Espvraa connects at Ricb
mondforlRfiLuupoUs, Tart a IIawt-imil-Str Louis. "
" Also, connects at Mattoon for Chicago "and all
points oa the Illinois Central Road. . .
4 T. M. Dityton Express for Day ton j Trov. Pinna
.4Iso, for Sprinaaeld, Lrbana, Fort ayno, Chi
cago, Saudu ky, and Toledo.
5:10 1 . 31. Iram lor Hamilton and all war sta
tions. ß:3 For farther information and Tickets apply
to the Ticket offices, No. 169 Walnut street, near
Fourth, or at the South-east corner of Fourth and
Vine streets, or at the Sixth Etrect Depot.
febl9-5rftf D. MtLAREN, Fnp't
COLUMBUS' & XENIA
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1?:.S,
Trains leave Cine'mtt.Vi daily, Sundays excepted.
6 iw M. Express Stopping at Loveland, Morrow,
Xenia vnd London.
9:40 A. M. Mail Stopping at all stations.
4:20 F. M. Accommodation Stopping at all sta
tions. Connections aro made fir either train for
All Uic Kaslcrn IHUes.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
And information, apply at Union Offices, No. '2.
Burnet Honse, and south-east corner of Broadwuy
and Froqt streets, and at the Depot.
Trains run" by C-ilnmbus time which is seven
minutes faster than Cincinnati time.
"J. DURAND. Pnp't.
E. F. FULLER, General Ticket Agent.
Merchants ar.d Strangers visiting Cincinnati, ot
business or pleasure should procure a copy ox
the ci;:cii:;iATi guide
And Business Directory:
- . FOR 1857-'58.
In neat pocket siie, Pmck Twesttt-Fite Cests
complied by F. W. Hiktt; containing a new am
correct n,p of the city, together, with sucu lnioi
matio? as will save askiug a thousand quetions
tor sale ly Jvliu . Keely. fehS ietr.
ÖROOKVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.
KEV. R. R. A P POTT, A. M., Priscipai..
MIS.1 HENRIETTA S. UAV,
"MR. J. J. ABERX.tTHY,
The year is divided into four terras of tlevet
wftcks ach. Tha.tbTd term of tÄe present yea.
will be-in Feb. 22d.: the fourth, May 17.
1ÜITION PEE TERM.
Reading, Pcnmnsnship. Primary Oranrmsr,
lle(crnphy, Mental Arithmetic, - - - - ?2,5t
Practical Arithmetic, Grammar, Googrsphy,
Algebra, Natural Thil si.phy, Rhetoric,
Physiology, Astronomy, - -- -- -- -- S,0
Geometry, Tiigmonictry, Mirvejing, Mcft-
tnl and Motl Phiiotophy, Latin,
Oreek, Book-k.itping - -- -- -- -- - C,0(
Declaiming and compming are strictly attendei
to. The'Riblo is u-ed u a text book, and mad'
the ba-iia of moral and religious instruction.
N. B. No IxciniATAt. Ffe.h ane Charged. N
deduction is inado from tuition bills on account t
abicnce, unless occasioned by sickness, or other nn
(I Pv O C EU IKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
io. Z VuxwwwvvVaX lov,
P. SHOEMAKERS CO.,
HAVE NOW OPENED AND WILL KEEI
constantly on baud a general assortment of
GitOCJKH I ES.
which they offer at prices as low as they can b
purchased in Cincinnati in mall parcels. Mr
Shoemaker having had much experience in thi
biancb of trade, flatters himself that Groceries eai
be furnished by wholesale in this market, but l
shade above Cincinnati prices and at rUil to in
duce the purchase to pay down.
Their slock consists in part of
N. O. Sugar,
Cod Fish, .
Suit in sack,
Salt by LU., ,
Wood & Willow-ware,
LOUISVILLE LIMEAND CEMENT,
Trace, llaltor and Breast Chains, Shovels, Spade
Hoes, heavy straw and manure Forks, all of whirl
will be sold for a .mall advance above Cinciunat.
wholesale price for cah or approved country pro
duce. Call and examiae our stock, one door South ot
Liack A Farquhar's. feb5'58-tf.
ILEMM S PURE CATAWBA WINE (FOl
St. medical purposes) for sale br
febS'JS-tf. P. SHOEMAKER k C9.
Jrcai Groceries, &c.
J 8JS fcbl WSite Finn,
6 " Mackerel,
6 " Louisville Ccmert,
A " M Lime,
1 " Pickled Herring.
50 " Cincinnati rnred Hams,
febi'58-tf. P. SHOEMAKER i CO.
7 XT RA FLOUR and Meal for ale bv
P. SHOEMAKER A CO.
VN OTHER lot of Tortv knives Strnw euttors fo
sale by P. S1I0EM AK ER A CO.
SALT Kanawha and New York Suit constant!
w ltrvrl ivtihe JJj''ri,(ijiiltnjr n the rnnat. nnrl
for sale ov " P. tJl;Es,IA"KEX CTJ. r
POWDER JUST RfXKIVKD, SIX . KEG?
Rifle and taniiim powkr.
febä'iS-if. P. SHOEMAKER A CO.
furs! Furs!! furs!!!
CASH PAID FOR COON, MINK, AND ALL
other kinds of Furs, bv
tfübj-58-tf. P. SHOEMAKER A CO.
(i RIND STONES 200 lb. Rcria Grind Stones al
F fcb5'5tt-t.p. P. SliOKMAKKR A CO.
AMS SuRir cured Hams en hand and for sale
at P. BUOEMAHMt & CU.
HOW TO GET A WlW.
pALL AT CHAFF.E S PICTURR GALLERY IN
J Hallo's Building, third Story and get a io
tnre taken show it ti your lady-friends every
body knows that Chafee takes the most perfect and
beautiful pictures of course, one of them w ill admire
it, and ly 1 certain hocus poms you My have oc
casion to spend 50 cents or a dollar with the
"Brookville American," the price of a Marriage
HEW ARRANGEMENTS !
:' rREPAKTNO FOR
By adopting the'
orTy Sc'a Systcml
CASn AND CQUNTltYFUQDÜCE!
The nndcrsigned will, from and after tie first day
of January, läöS, sell
IRON, . '
FG3CASH OR COUNTRY PRGDUQE!
C" AST. 2 I I C JS'JJ
And will LIMIT the amount of CREDIT Sales
Whlcb will be confined to .
After which time, to-wit:
p .'Swly 1st, ; nil January Iht,
Everybody 5s EXPECTED and REQUIRED to
come forward for ,
Every person so credited ihat will pay np at the
expiration of TIME, shall hav a disccunt of 3 pet
cent., others aot paying .
Shall be required to givo Note due, bearing Intereet
from date, with approved security if required.
And as an inducement to
We will make a discount of
6 I?er Cent.
At tho time of purchase, or
5 per efiat. at the end of Thirty Days.
The public may rely on our strictly observing the
above rules, as wc intend hereafter to guide- our
SHIP IN OUR OWN WAY!
In order to do this, we must n fuse to recieve the
ld twelve months ind tben-nevcr-pay-Pilot
LI V J ' V .
We wih it perfectly understood that we aro not
I nngratctul for past favors and patronage: and the
I way to niake" us under lasting obligations is to come i
j right up to
and let us square tho BOOKS, and arrange, for the
TYNER A KITS RLE.
W. T.&S. D. DAY: CI
(scccF.ssoKs to j. n. ro.Trn ) ,
MANUFACTURERS OF FRINT1! I. )
and Printing materials of all kin, v.r 'I io
urin their old cuntoiiHTS and frlcud, m,d tie trad
jencrally, that they will be coeilawUy uj plied will
. full assortment of
50WR, HAND, JOD, CAF.D, CC;.::t
PLATE AKO LITHOGHAFKiC PT.1 J.
Also Book, riain and Fancy Job Type, Staads,
loses, Imposing Stone,' Composiog fciitks, Les,
irass Rul, Reglot, FurnrCare, Chases, News, Lock
nd Job Printing Inks, and Printing MatcrinU ot
From thoirlotig experience fad ftaiS.srity wlii
he wants of Printers, they feel asi-Sred of 'I '
ble to afford thenr snpeTioi fasilities f-r r
ny and everything they may Went ji) t : -ion
of the mechanical part of their "bau.
Your especial attonUon is directed to tli
To which was awarded a
at the last exhibition of Ihr t
Ohio Mechanics InntfllT
Ield in' this city. The ower is applied tt,
jenter of the Platsn, conseiitiently there is do po.-.
jility of its sjiringiag from any amount of prvssui
l' lie motion Is to transmitted to it, as to eu
Iwcll at the point cf contact with the fotm.sc-'
.t a niGn, RATE of SPEED." ,
PRINTERS IN WANT C
hould not purchase elsewhere,
n examination. They S , dural. o t.at
opid and are . .
TO GIVE THE MOST ENTIRE SATISFACTION
Iriiva. AmUujuvAs) liauiii ir.Cci rtu.-i ;
This Tress operates witS'alnfost rilgllal r'sjdltr,"
eeeiving the j spcr in longrcllsor strips, and !
Ides printing the cards at the rate of 15,000
0-000 per hour, feeds itself with the most unerring
ertainty and precision, and proceeds to cut, conct,,
nd if desired, to number them consecutively from'
ne op to millions, without a possibility of mistake,
.hieb places it above all competition for doing a
.Teat variety of work. It Is equally well adapted
o be operated by hand, and also to print singt,
ards, thus cinU dying' another imprarcment fouad'
a no other rapid Card Press.'
WOOiJ. .ffiPE?? . . .
They will contintre to madnfactnrei and kerp on
iand a good assortment of their celebrated WOOD
TYPE, wnuh hat given such general satisfaction
hroughoot the West for tho last twelve years.
The manufacturing department will b under the
mmediate supervision of Ma. J. D. FofiTtt, the
veil known Press Manufacturer of Cincinnati
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CÖ.,-
173, 1?5'& 177 Weat Sieoad s'f.V lt. Elm A PI on.'
feb5'58-tf.J CINCINNATI, 0.-
ÖFTER TO THE CITIZENS ÖF FRANKLIN"
H NffMENTS ÄIO TDMBSf OXS,
)f the very best quality and finish, at as low prices
s can be foend in this valley. As their work
peak for itself, tfcey refer to" ijeftjf.r in tEt" sfoj'V
r in the graveyards where it is already set pp."
They will also keep an assortment cf sawed frea
tone and dressed limestone, or furnish them te
rdr, at short notice, for tills, stepa, tc
Office on the cast side id the public square, Breok
Hie. Ind. feU'59tf.
BROOKVILLE LOOK HERE!
WILLI AN FRANKS
ino rcct i.f.rtp:
i? QiJ r 53 o ? a-: r s -Eziej
A RE NOW IN FULL PLAST AND OPEN TO
iV the inspection of the citizens of Bveokviti and
he county generally. An invitation is extended to
ny old friends ajjd customers to call and examina
uy fuiniiurc before purchasing eUewLc.e, lor I can
ell at Cincinnati prices, both wholesale and retail.
MyH'lf being a piH:ic! workmen and having
;oed hands connected with my establishment, I am
maided to manufacture ail kind, of Furniture at
I pay particular attention to this kind of bosi
ucss; keeping on hand at ull times au assertinentef
eady made CoBias, aod also make to ruiy atvlt and
Ünisb. - I aiso keep Metulie lYBiüs bich I tell at
Cincinnati rriecs. ...
ytü- Cal! at the sign f tae THREE CHAIRS,
a lew doors North of Liack ic rarqu bar's store, east
.idc of tbe atrecU WM. FRANK.
Saddle Sc Harncss Makef,-
cse poor north of the vai lev lHAt.z.
HAVlJtfl REMOVED HIS Ef TABJ.I.-'IIMENT
to tl.e nve location ha woold inviu his eld
patrons and friends to give him s call. His stock'
jon-i.ts in purt if
SADDLE.', RR IDLE?, HARNI!, COLLAR.-f,
WHirs, HALTERS, Ae., Ae.
Which will be sold at Cincinnati piii-es. He also
prepared to do repairing on holl notice. His ex
perience in the business warrants hira in the belief
of being able to give enliia satisfaction.
FOR SALE. ,
THE VACANT LOT ADJOINING THE OLD".
"American Office." Abe, a houc and two lots
in the BotU ui, three doors North of tbe Methodist
Church in Brookville, will be sold separately or
togclher. Terms one third ceth, the ballaccc in
one ad two years the purchaser giicg nolewilh
interest, waiving bncEl ef valuation and apprus
incnt laws, and a Murtjjage en tbe jom:ss to se
cure the payment. If the Lta&e H sot old ky Cie
1st of April it will be for rent. Aprlv to
tfebS'iS-Sm JNO. W. KEELY, Agent.'
Fall aiid Winter Ansagen at
CIUCINKATI ÄND ST; L0Ü&
juRornii wiiuon ciZot cf car
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
TWO DAILY TRAT"S ftivi-.
Lcu'svilla, VincenRt;:, EfänsVillf5. AtirV
. arjtf 3t.- Lcn'.3v
AT 9 00 A. hi. f "
lolisville, Yinceanes, Zvai
and St Lo'-is.l
AT 10.3 J r. Id
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN at I
ly, (Sundays accepted, for Se,
Ihe traiLS connect tt Ca r audi
i fcK;i üe:irr.er ior .Mraip-iis. i-.ksrju: -
and Ne v OjL'ar.s.
Aljo, connects at F;. tei. t. ;tL Paii2 Failr
and Missonit River I'-'ket for si! p!c in ' i
Connects at LojIj nith Keokult PnoV' l '"
Broad J:iage Saloou C:rs fbro-i h' fiW C -nsti
to St. Leuis without rbai jfw.
Only one change of cirs Ik'H. .rn Vnirh i.-;
isviüc, Kvaosvillc or Cuiio.
For TUnuiKh TU'Üctv
And all inforniation, i.!c:i üj pK ui !, o v
2 IJi.'rnet Hon-, pirn-r oti'n - iii.-r jjK.,., i
and et the Depot o," th ti,;0 ,,f jü',,;.. ; -:'
road, eoniT Front and Mill Mr: is. 1
p. w. sTTt u.rn. ,.,., TicV,.t
ISAAC WY.M.W, General WV,,, iu'l. :
The Cln -inmU and Si. L.;, OT.nibnt J c. !
for pasjengi rs at 11 the principal hotels tad fc
leavine directions t-t fii'icr of h t--k-t c '--.. n:!
fill ft privat- ri'fi'!;. .
fell S'.V! -if.
i w v ; f I y y