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Md,lwi(mi Corner of Pablle Squat
t0ttlMUCO EVERT THtJRStUT ilOKNINO.
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!, paable In advunco . . . 3 00
Je alt stonlhe, uarahie lu ad r sure ... i 00
Vet-(I.H mouth, barn'ile 'u advance - . to
JO&trn J. KELLY, Editor.
IOnCED to grow upon the emontheat face In
ft" m three to five vei'ks hv 1n(r rr. 8K-
VtOSBP HKST AUIt ATUlOll OAPILI.AIRB the
tooet wonilerlul di-c verv In modern seieiTa. art
taf npon the Heard and (lair In a a ahnoal' miracu
lous manner. It lia I nn naed l.y the out, of
farle and London with the en.t llst'erlna; euCieaa.
Name nf all niiri'tiaaera will be ree;itered and If
entire aatUfatl'in Is tint given in every In.umre
lb wont; will I cheerfully refunded. Prior hi
null, eeaied and pnatpald. SI. lo crlptlve circn
; lnr end leat'ninniele mailed free. Addre-a HKK
HICK, HHUIT A Co., 1'heml-ta, N. JHS I leer
rlrovi, Tr jj, H Y, . Hole agent for t'ie Uilted
Throw awajr your fulae frir.es, Jour switches,
r't wig "
. Seatrucllva of oomfort, end not worth a g
Come egoit, oolne youthful, come ugly end
fair, ' ,
And rejoice in your owu luxuriant hair. ,
RErARATOR CAPILLI. .
Pe realirinj hair upon bn j'1 ' tie"ftrii (from
whatever caute it-limy liava .fallen out), end
nirring growth nf hnir utmii tho fiiei1, it Mm'
qua). It will foren, aho honrd to prow nt.oit
tho smootht fnce in from live to eight wi-ek,
or hair upon balil hemls in from two to three
tnonthe. A few ignorant practitioners have an-fM-ted
that there is iioihiug Unit will fvrru or
ttaaton tho growth of the hVr nr brnrrl. Thoir
ateaerlions are fiilae, hi thotii'Mi.U o( living it
nesaoe (from their own cxptrii'ii'e) ciiii bir
witness. Uut mnny will any, how ere we to di.
tinguiah the frrnuino from' the ejiurious? It
rtaiuly la dillioult, a nine-tentha of tlm dil
forent Preparations advertised lor the buir ami
bour.l are entirely wnrlhlma, and you may havo
already thrown away lurjro amount in their
purchase. To such we would say, try the lte-
Jarator Capilli; it will cot you nothing unlea
t fully comoa up to our representations. If
jr Druggist does not keep tt, rend u ouu dol--r
and we will forward it, poatpaiil, together
with a recept for the money, which will be re
tnrncd you on application, providing entire
atlefnclion it not given. Address,
W. L. CLARK i CO., Chumiata,
l?e. S Wfil rcye-te Sirit, aYirtaM, X. Y.
r.'h. I yr. i
TLe IVo.fd "elsronistcd
VAIE bV TUT. iri.AT Af TI-1. I.CiilhT."
Madame II., a. l i;r.:i3C;o.
fbe rT) irrreu t! atnortlfr kn. Phe
rtorta to liappinctt hone who, from ih .cful
wento, f-amiiuphe, crni e In luvc, litf.re
lalioni and frien.!, lo.in of mousy, iv, liJite
a ti'ODia llM'jOCii.r. i ha hrinra IniruiLr. : .....
long ifp-rufd, givta iiii'oruiHtiou com filling
ahaent frirtjrla or lovvra, r i-luiea loat or e'oien
yrepiirly, Ul'.a you t!. l;niitisi joti inc.
cualifiod lo, pursue and in ht.t vou will he ur-
.L-. 1 ..l.."J. . ..A .. II. ......
vp.',., -v...j iii.itinTfl uiiii .i.jn jw.i
the vvry oy you will inuriy, you lh
ftama, fiaenebi and rhitraeirituocf 'he prmon.
She reada your fry thought, aud hy hor al-
. motit iipemaiural powora unv.ii. the i'.., rk and
kiddeb rnyau-! ieu of the fuluro. J- mm th tm
we M in the firnjftneni- th mulefic ftara that
HTr.im or pru lominnto in theeoiuigurailoii
' from the av tct and ioiticun f iha plain t,
aud the Cxcl mm in :ho hvrna at t Ij time
of birth, eke deduce the ftitir.e il -tuiv of iiihh,
fail not to consult the grcat Aatro'loeiat on
urih. Itcoat you lut a trifle, and you ' may
never again have o fovoraLle un opportunitv,
roneultutiou fee, with likeuti and all doaired
roforuialior., $t. Tartiea living at dialanco
eua onault the MjJmne hy mail with emial
ately and aatitfavlion to ihcn.jiil vn, at ll in
yartou. A full and j'!irit chart, written out,
with all it.qu.rinaua w.red and lileueei lieltit-
aud at'ut by mail on receipt of price above nu n
tloued. The atrieteat aeccoy will be maintain
ed, tnd all rorn-Kporidancc leiurned or deatroy.
ed. Itelerencee ol the liij;hct older I'uriiiahi'd
the dnairin(t them. Write plainly the dny of
Uie uwnh end vrr in wbiih you'wera born,
seli:ug a aiu.:ll lock of hair. ' ,
Addra. Malum It. A. VtRUt(j;
f. O. lHAKk in, tvrrxio, X. V.
rV. lyr. ,
OKI aha wan haatiiyl and fair,
- . With etarrv dyet.'auil radiant hair,'
V?hoe curling tendrila toft, entwined,
i:ui hab(d lh very heart and mind.
Tr Curling the Hairof either Sex into
Wavy nd GIohrj Kinglets
P naShr th'a arlica, I.ad;i and Gentlemen
ra beautify thrniKclvtir thousand fold. It i
the only artic!i in thewn.-id il.ct w llrurl atraigh,
kair, krd at the tame time r,iv It a beautilul
glvmy appcarauee. Tho Crinpor Coma not only
earla the hair, but invigorutea, benutifie and
rleaote Hi ia hiyhly and dclighti'iilly perfum
ed, and ia the moat completH articlo of the kind
ever oit'ared to the American puMir. TheCria
er Coma will be et-M to an addn is, aeulvd
tea poatpaio lor
Attdrraa U orrf rii)
W. L. C. .-
tAttr., N. V
Jfo. I Wet T-i'v..
Jfeb. B- . .
A ubtarn, Cioldcn. I'laxen k Silken
PROriUCED hr the uae of Trot. IjEBIIEUX
rniSER LE CtlEVEUX. One application
warranted to curl the moat itriight aud atub.
horn hair of aithtr aexiuiowavy ringlcta, or
heavy maasive ourlal' Ilai been used by the
fuabionat Ira of Tariaand Loudon, with the moat
J ratifying reaulti. Poea no injury to the hair,
'ric o by mail, eeaied and pontpaitlfl. Deanrin.
live C'irouiure mutle.J free, Audrcea BEUGF.lt,
PIIUTTS 4 CO., Chemists, No. Shi River Bl.
Trov, N. Y Solo agvuts for the United tUtea.
fob 8 lyr. . . . . -
.FrbVu t Every . Cody.
' A Large (I p'p-Circular, glvipjf ' iifomation ' of
tii gieate.t importance to tlia louug ' p( Lath
' It teaehea bw tlia homtly inuy become beautiful
' aad the OeupUed rtieulil, and lha formkeu
anti , ." ... - - ; .'"
Vn annnr ladv or ffanttrm.-.n atioul.l T,vit tn a..4
tlia r kddreee, and receive a oouv tioat paid. Lv
t;ir oittil. Addiete P.O.Drawe.t J t i '
Trr. IT. T.
Al'C ON N ELS VI LL
E. JULY 11, 1867.
t. W. WOOD.
WOOD & POND,
Attorneys aud foiiuselortt at Law,
F. B. POND, Notary Public.
I. N , KTA.XI.
U. L. JoNM.
EVANS & JONES,
ATTOKNYS AT LAW,
' . . ' ,.' ! ,
OFFICE, one door west of Hobertson't
(tonug. at Jufo,
VFFICE OVER LEEWSTEB i H0EEHTS' STOIlt.
, M'COSNL'LSVILLE, OHIO.
au3-Jy ' ' ' '
i)r. W. N, IIAMHLRTON
conllnuea to ofl'er hta profeaalonal
acrvicea to the public in all the
Taiieties and atyles of MtNTISTHV
r I'aitlcular attention given to the countruo
liun of teeth on III 'UlitU I'LA l'tS.
o v r i c k t
C enter 8tr.' t, IH'Coiinclii. Ille, O.
V. . KELLY,
2?hywician mid Stirgcon,
Special attention given to the treatment oj
l'rofmional calls promptly reaponded to.
fiFl'ICE SoiilliUTut Curnrr' of tlicPulilic Sqnnrc,
PH9TCGRAFH " GALLERY,
s. .'s.' S.A. Y R s,
OVSU WOOD A rONLVh I, AW OKFICK.
M ' C 0 N N K L S Y I L I- E , OHIO
. Irivlts attention of all erhc wish to obtain
that will r'va entire eatUfHctinn. My motto ia
"To jive aatiatnition or uo charite "
'C'liXTliR ST., Near Steamboat TT7ir
Al. ?ll!Tl'ALFf Proii'r.......5I. n. 3IETCALF, ITk.
H The above linnee la eomnindlons.wlth good
S'l A HI.IN( coiinn ted. : Hpecial efforte will be
nuide tu supply the wanta ol gueata. ,
OHIO : HOUSE,
CEXTEIi ST., Near Steamboat Wharf
X.IARTZELIa - - - - Proprietor.
Tlila h"tie haa'jiiat benn refill nl-hrd and fitted
op iu the bel alle,nnd every etlort vlll he made
to eocommoditte the Irateling public. ,, ,
JOHN I. Hank.
JOHItrH A. KkLLV.
II A K K A & KELLY,
Alt') a uud C'ouiiaellorit ut Envr,
McCOSSE).'SVIilE,'b.- ' '
l)FFIi:E: Hanna'J olJ Offlct. Center kl.
w. a. uae
F. SILL & CO.,
: -'-' ' DKALERS IN
.... i . I. . . ' ' .' ::
Dry Coodi, Crocwici, Notion., Tinware, Trnuki
; AKl ' ' .: .
II OUfeE FURNISH I NO GOO D 8.
, . ' 'j 1 .. -. i.- 'l'i... I'!'.-!'
, DpiK .it. Court llanee, M'CaitiieUrllte,0.
" JviU If ' '
J. KVVINGj Al. p.,
IPhysician untl Surgeoji
; Bi'C'bXEisviiEE, oiiio.'',
OFFICE, in East Room of llanna's Law liuiiding,
.. ,t .: !..! i. ('; i . -i
SrI,rfyl''PltCftllf promptly fttte uded U)H
per rartioular Attention given to Pisvasea
ofiha Lungs and Chronic Dlsoasei. i'. n; . ,
.' n . ! " l ( . .' '! .' b ' i . i
KE8IDEKCE, at the Patterson House, ever
AdaJaa Kftblw'a 8tor.
U . 13. llEl)(jliM, lM
Fhysiclan and Gurgcon,
Itespectfully offera hla Prnfeaqlonal aervlcea to the
citizens of M'Ceiiuelavtlle and iclnity.
OFFICE, FKONT ROOM OVER STONE'S STORE
Where ha can be found at all times, day of Might
when not professionally absent.
V. B. LEWIS & Co,,
FARM IMPLEMENTS r AND SEEDS,
Z A IV E V I t E E, OHIO.
Afrrnts (brtho"BlTCKEYJ5 MOWER'
.! AMES UATKIXS,
I n s u r a ncu Apo n t.
lr. Wnlkina tiikca pleasure in 1 .(oimiIiij the
cil Urn i,l tliia town and vlrli.lty tht ,e ,
iiKt'tit lor tin. I.orillaid Klre lniimiice C-Jinnany
und ol lb Home liiHiuuiice Company.
OFFICE. Alve the Rook Store of Adair Bros
W. II. BALI..
n. r. rott'Kii.
BALL A P O W IS Ii,
a t t o n x 1: y s; a t la w,
'. MeCON'ELSVILLE, 0.
Oiricc: O ! Stoiie'd siorf.
THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
Wm. C TRESIZE
still continoeato accouim"dato the public with
whleli cannot be anrpnssed anywhere.
aVf lie lisa f.etfntvd arrnngeitien'a wln;teby
any one iji'n be iircommniluteil with the Quest of
ml piiiiitinKH and linlln Ink Work.
ItooM.s, In j.i. Mone'aj Iliilltllnpr,
North Center Btiert. ovor lloone'a Saddler Hhop.
The Magnitude of Liverpool—A
to London—The Old
of Chester--Hints to Travelers
of Chester--Hints to Travelers--The Annals of London.
of Chester--Hints to Travelers--The Annals of London. [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Enquires.]
LONDON ENGLAND, June 19, 1867.
Liverpool is tM I unit oil to Iihvo a
jiopitltition of iiltonl T."0,000 inluiliiliintM
nml on ij)roaoliing it from tho river
your eyes ut onco bueomo riveted uium
its immoiiRo ilot-ks it nil grout altiin;;.
Tlio largt'Kt filiiKH ol tailing vt'HHpiti tint!
rUiuium-s uflnitt. iiichnlii.tr tlio (ircnt
ErtAtcrn, uro there to he found. Tire
latter is now in tho IiathIb ofthcn!terill'
upon nUitclimcnt levied tor tvnires duo
the crow on hor lttst outwnrd trip to
America. Ah wo rodo nlong tlieo
Hplondid (locks, we saw from tho top of
hi) omnibtifl, fillip of nl I flus nnd or till
tuitions, ami of every form of nrtitcct
urc, nnd with crc of ttll hues und
com times. x
Tiio londingnnd unlondingof the
inimenBO qtinnilies of freight un tho
whnrves, with tho hirgo imniber of
carts of all sizes and shapes, gave n
wonaei tul business ft'ipeu a n o to that
poition of tho city. The Hiver Mersey
is supj)osed to bo ut its mouth about a
milound hn.f wide, uhilon few miles
abovo it is four tunes as largo. The
long forests of miib.s witN wliich its
shores uro lined, and the large number
of ferry nnd tug boats constantly ply
ing upon its waters present n scent of
great life. Tlio streets of tho city tire
splendidly macadamized with liine-
Mone, are very smooth, not' look suf
ficiently solid to last for ages. Tlio
business houses hnvoevery npptmrtuice
of wealth, and the private residences
nro tonitortru.se looking. There are
many public buiMins. St. Georges
Hull erected tor tho useoftho courts
und public assemblies is a large, grand
eld buildinir. There nro in front. large
statues of Wellington on a high stone
podustal, and ot Princo Albert on horso
buek.; The Exchange is a vast Lull I
ing occupj ing three sides of a large
square area, in tho center of which is
phiefd ft beautiful monument to the
memory of Lord NcUon, accor.ipanied
by tho emblematical figures of Peath
and Victory, while on the pedestal his
battles are represented. Tim "Custom
house" nnd ' Gonola Foet-oflleo" nro
also tine largo Btrueinrcs. ' ' v
The railroad to London lends ot of
tho depot by a tunnel nearly two miles
in length. 'By thin route, an hour's
ride fcurl iod us to the. old city of Ches
ter, j There are but few jtluccs if in
deed any which ; can 'preseCt Buch
varied attvuctions ,to tho untiqunry as
tliio remarkable ancient city. Tho
origin of Chester is of very' remote
date;' but it is said to bo qui to clear
that it was the head quantrs of one of
the .Roman legions .that cumo to 15 11 tr
ain iu tho year (il. .. I'lie pity proper is
inclosed , by ft hugo stono wall, twenty
feet in' height wliich is two 'miles in
circuit nnd has soveVal high towers.
These whIIb pre. supposed to have been
built, in tho year. f'A nnd still entire.
Wo walked the wliola nrcn't find
visitod the 'towers'; from the top cf wie
of the ; latter Kinff Charles I, in Sep
fmbr, 16-io, paw bis troops defeated
tin it battto with tho Parliament fnrnpsj.
Onooi the lowers is nowocenpiod na
a museum, und contains mnny Itornan
antiquities. Tlie streets in tho city
are very narrow, and what nro called
"the rows" attracts tho attention of ev
ery strniiger. They are old nrcades.nnd
nro formed becnuso of tho front of the
houses in the lower story receding so
ns to present a continued portico or
covered walk, under the second story,
through which the pcoplo poss, tho
snmo as on the street, and thoy go
around tho whole squnro. This style,
in certain bl x k, is extended to the
third story. Their Appearance, both
interior .nml exterior, is extromely
singular. Tho stores and shops facing
tho street in theso promenades are de
cidedly hamisomo, and it is amusing
to observe tiiat you nro walking over
and under fhops. Thus, in parts of
town where this nncient arrangement
is preserved, tlio pedestrians aro com
pletely protected from tho weather.
There are four gates or entrances into
tho city. Tlio old Cathedral hero is
three hundred nnd fifty foet in length,
one hundred nntroighty feet in breadth,
and ono hundred and sixty feet in
height, and contains two ehnpels,
making tiio building shaped "in tho
form of a cross, that nro one hundred
nnd. eighty feet in length nnd sixty
three in .breadth. Thcr9 is quite a
largo tower. Portions of tho building
nro dnted as far bnck as 700, nnd tho
latest is 1300. The hundsomo enrvod
woodworks of tlio seats tiro yet a sti to
of preservation. We spent nearly a
whole day in examining tho cloisters
nnd ancient monuments. It has n fine
oivnn, nnd services oftho Church of
England aro daily held. St. John's
mother church relic is vory interest
ing. JvOmaii nIters,coin, pottery tiles,
with Roman stamps, tcssclutcd pave
ments, baths nnd catacomb, are hero
to be found.
There aro several houses in the city
yet standing of four and five hundred
j'oars old. Ono ot them has inscribed
over tho front, "God s providence is
mine inhoritanco, IC'51.'." At tho time
of a plague in tho city every one left
except tho inhabitant of this old house,
nnd ho, with his family, wholly escaped
the dismtso. The fronts of nearly all
tho old houses aro curiously curved
with inscriptions siuhusAdnm and
Eve. nnd Abel, Abruhnm offering up
Isaac, end other subjects. One old
Iioiiko vt ill stands that, gave protection
to Charles I during tho siege of Ches
ter by. tho Parliamentary forces.
Outside of tho walls there is now
built sumo Li ndsome modern improve
ment. Tho county all along the line
of the railroad from Clu ster to Lou
oiji is ono of thi fiuest agriculture drs
taicts of England. Arriving in Lon
don, wo were fortunate in securing our
old quarters at Cook's, DD Grout Eunsc II
street, at n cost of only five shillings
and six ponce n dny for room, bieak
fiist and tea. This loft but tho dinner
tq bo provided for which was usually had
excellent at two shillings and six pence
(sixty-two and a half cents, gold,) in
cluding n glass of good sherry wino.
. A Hiiggestinn nt tint point mav not
be amiss no persons contemplating an
r.tiroponn tour un arriving at anv
of the railroad stnt'ons. tho traveler
who does not know whereto locate.
hud better quietly wait until tho fuss
oftho arrival is over, then desire a
norter to deposit your baggage in tho
bnggnge-room, taking it receipt for tho
same. This will cost two pence (four
cents). Tlio head porter jf the sta
tical or depot has a book containing
the names of respot table hotels nml
lodging houses, ami a list of the prices
charged per day or week. These can
be examined before the removal of the
br.ggtigo. There" nro inauniticently
furnished reception-rooms for Indies
and geiiilmeii at all the rnilrond de
pots. . Tlio cost of moderate living is
about two dollars per day (gold) lor
The streets in London are generally
paved with heavy, lint hammered,
sqiuirc blocks of stone, about four inches
Mjuii'rp. The gus lamps are neat in
cons'trnction. and the city well lighted
ut night. The buildingsnre vtry m; s
sivannd quito tasteful in njipenri.Tice.
A. covering of composition on a brick
front icives to it the nppearsnee of pare
white marble Tra fa I agar Square is a
plucii'of great interest. . It has some
very"!! no water fountains and in tlio
cento of the front of tho square is a
statue of Jv'elson in full naval uniform,
wearing a three-cornered hat.
A visit to London Tower strongly
associates it with tho dark annals ot
English history. Eor a fee of ono
shilling the guide shows you through
the ."Historical Armory,' the .'. Prison
Rooms," in wliich munv a royal per
sonage awaited his or her turn to bo
led to tho ' executioner's Mock. The
identical block on which Lady Jane
Grey was beheaded, and the nxo used
on that memorable occasion, is here to
bo seen. Tho wnlls ol tho , dunguoiis
are of stone, a'nd vory thick, und the
cement contiug contains inscriptions
curved an A written thereon, made bv
several of the inmates. In one oftho
departments oftho building, you aro
also shown tho crown of Her Majesty
Victoria, that of the Prince of Wales,
and oovoral other ' crowns, ' together
with tb baptismal vasf4 nf th Roy.
St. Paul's Cathedral Is a noble
structure In appearance It is about
flv hundred and ten foot iu length,
and one hundred and ton feet broad,
and has a largo dome, rcsombling very
much that on tho Capitol at Washing
ton tho top of which is about three
hundred and fifty, feet from the level of
the floor. It is said 10 bo a copy of
St. Titer's at I'omo. Passing "from
St. Peter's toward "Charring Cross,
wo stop nnd take a look at Temple
Bar. In tho ccntor of the numerous
law offices there located can bo seen
tho old church or the Knight Temp
lar. This building insido Is beauti
fully frescoed, and is about six hundred
years old, and contains an ancient al
Tho Thames Tunnel is a remarkable
excavation by its forming a connection
betwen the bunks of the river about
thirteen lui.idied feet in length, over
which a broad nnd deep river is flow
ing, bearing huge, heavily laden ships.
It is reached by descending a lengthy
stairway. The body of the tunnel m
built of brick nnd consists of a doublo
archway. Ono side intended for per
sons passing in ne direction, and tho
other to those passing in the contrary.
Only one archway is at proscnt used
on account of tho limited travel by it in
the summer, thosteamerj or bridges
being more resorted to. The tunol is
lighted with gas and contains a num
ber of trafficking shops.
Guild Hull, or "City Building," as it
is sometimes called the large hall ., in
this building is about one hundred nnd
fifty-three feet in length by about fifty
feet in breadth, nnd can .accommodate
an assemblage of C000 persons. All
the banquets given by tho city are
here "done up." The building con
tains City Council and Alderman's
Chambers, the city courts, nnd offices
of the corporation officers. Tho Coun
til nnd Aldermen's Chambers are
handsomely furnished and decorated.
Large Btntues of Pitt, Chatham aud
others aro placed in the large hall.
The Bank of England and Merchant's
Exchange are monster buildings. Tho
former covers eight acres of grouiTtl,
nnd the latter can accommodate 3,000
merchants nnd brokers.
This letter being already sufficient
ly lengthy, wo will defer a further de
scription of sights in Lond or. for our
Tho Detroit Free Presa has an ac
count of u dariug robbery iu that place
by a set ot as impudent burglars as
we have heard or rend of for somo
tuno. In describing the conduct of
tho thieves, tho Press Buys:
One of tlio thieves then descended to
the room below, occupied by Mrs.
Iluwkos nnd her daughter from which
be conveyed sundry dresses nnd made
a thorough examination of their pock
ets. Ho was rewarded in this enter
prise by procuring a purse containing
u small amount of money bolonging t3
Mrs. Ilawkes. He then returned and
commenced to open the bureau draw
ers, which awakened Mrs. ITawkes and
her daughter. Mrs. II. screamed and
demrmlud to know who was there nnd
what ho wanted. Exhibiting a pistol,
ho replied with an oath that ho was
there after money, and if eho did not
lie down ho would shoot her. Miss
lluwkcs saw that her motln-r was very
much frightened. and asked pern ission
to go and obtain a glass ol water for
her. He cooly replied that l,o wonle
get it tor her; thst he knew tho house
as well nsshe did nnd get tho wnterhe
did. Jle then inadoti thorough exam
ination of the room, securing two gold
watches, one of whii h htd a chain of
gold and jot. After seouriti? this
amount of plunder, ho quietly lignf.ed
n cigar, sat down in tho room of Mrs.
Hawkes. and in spite oftho protesta
tions of il... occupants, smoited it in
qmring in the mean time where they
came from and how long thoy had
lived in Detroit. Turning to Miss
Hawkes he impudently nsked her
where the other giri was that went
with her so much moaning no doubt,
her sist.er-in luw. Having smoked-hij
cigar, ho said.thc other men up stairs
had got through,, nnd ho quietly , left,
leaving the room by the mcuns that ho
entered it. '
A Rt.'SJ'iAN engineer v'xhibitsa rail
wuy invention which attracts consid
erable curiosity. The object is to save
the power gained in a decent, now
lost in the friction oftho brakes, witli
wear and tear, nnd use it iu and ascent.
To do this tho engineer has attached
ko tho locomotive two very heavy fly.
whcols. Going down hill they net ns
a brake, and the foreo they gather' will
carry the train up on equal nso, les
the irkih'ii. Hero a model train load
ed w!tl water runs down a sharp in
cline, tho water runs off, nnd the foreo
of the fly -Wo eel carries the train back
to tho place of starting. In this way
a short railway, taking coal down ; an
incljne, from the pit mouth for exaBiplo
could be worked without -""any power
but that gained by scU Ucnt of the
. UATEd OF iiD.'VKilTltMNQ.
OrieooUma oeyjar - f l
Half a olurae one yr . . t
Qoarter column on year-. . ' '. . It tt
Special Wotleea. r tin ""?. ft
Business Cards of not more than aia tin .
for ono year .... . . a ft)
Marriage and death notices free. - ,
Texas-Payers Rend and Ponder—
Texas-Payers Rend and Ponder— Where the Money Goods To--
More More Texas!
The Radicals deny that they arv
squandering tho public money. ' In
ordet toprovetothe tax-payers why
tho public debt cannot bo rodncod, nnd
why W6 nro burthened with such enor
mous taxation, wo call attention to th
following letter from "Willitary Dicta
LETTER FROM GEN, SICKLES TO SENATOR
ITiADQcianaa Sk osd Militiit Ptaratct,
CniRLMTon StroKD June 18,1847. )
Hon Henry Wilson Chief Military
Committee, United States Senate.
Mr Dear Sib It is probable... In
view of existing. circumbtaDces,"'.lliat
Congress Till couvene In July. , It Is
proper, therefore, I should inform yoa
that the npproprintion of $500,000 to
execute the Reconstruction acts is al
together inadequate. I am informed
that my estimates for April and May
nro less than those of other - District
Commnnders. Indeed, the wholo sum
wns more than absorbed by the esti
mates for Mny. For the Carolinas at
lenst $500,000 will be required. '
I have applied to the Navy, and
Treasury Departments for certain fao
ilties, which, in view of the small ap
propriation, 1 presumed would be
granted, but my requests have not.
been favorably considered. I under
stand that the Secretary of tho Navy
assigned ns his ronson thatno aid must
be expected from that Department ' in
tlio execution of tho Peooistructiou
acts of Congroas. The Secretary of
tho Treasury expressed his . desire to
do nil ho could, but did not feel at
liberty to make any disbursements for
objects not procisoly within . the juris
diction cf his Department. It is im
al, 1 bolievet whetv the appropriation
for all nbj'ct authorized by Congreee
is insufficient to mnko tho ncceinnry ex
penditures and trustte a deficiency
bill," but in the execution of these acu
this courso will be impracticable, In
asmuch as the principal disbursement,
are foi the services of persous who
depend upon their pay for support.
I have tho honor to suggest for your
consideration, and of your colleagiier
as well, that the interests of the pub
In service require, without doluy, a
further appropriation to exoeute the
a.-ts of Congress for the Kovornmom
of the rebel States. . "
Vory respectful, "
D. E. SICKLES.
500,000 inadequate for what? Ta
enable tho Dictators to establish Rad
icalism in the South. - '. '
Mr.ro money is tho cry. But what
has boon done with the half, millionr
These military gentleman do. not pre
toml to account for it. Oh, nol -
Iso one has n right to question "Ciit
ciNNATUH." Ho is" saving the State."
If you would looked into the deep
recesses of his well filled wallet you
would think so.
More money and taxes more Rad
icalism and more Dictators! -Lai the
people pay whilst we spend. If they
gnu iblo, talk loyal to them. FincstaU
Honest Radical, look at the figures.
Look at your little shop, or your lit
tle hoiiicstead, and remember that you
must rob your wife and little ones of
tho ordinary luxuries of lifo in order
ty pnj for hll this folly, and then
answer whether or not you have had
enough of Radicalism, lfuot, had yoa
not better transfer your littlo home to
thorn at.d emigrate? Statesman.
"Hidden Crime" in New England.
it connot have escupod tho attention
of tho readers of religious, as well as
secular journals, that there is in the
country, and especially in Now Eng
land, a frightful prevalence ot a hid
den crime. This crime is foiticiJe.
Its spread excites a general and well
found d alarm. At least ouo religious
denomination has touched upon the
topic in tho pulpit, as well as prossod
it upon tlio attention of its pcoplo iu
private. Horace Greeley has made it
the subject of u rocent article In the
I iuli pendent. Other oxponentsjot tho
public alarm appear in numerous pub
lications, mostly printed in. .Boston,
which shows tho extent ot the crime
and snggests means for its suppression.
Dr. . Blanchard Fosgato, formerly
physician to tho New. York State pris
on, at Auburn, classes it among the
recent causes for the increase of crime
in general in greater ratio than the
increase of population in this conntry
would seem to. warrant. Dr. H. O.
Stover, of Boston, has written a book
on the subject, which shows that the
people of Massachusetts, in respect of
this particular'crime, in the villages aa
well as in the cities, ''are nearly twice
ns corrupt ns tho population of Franee
nnd eight fold more depraved than
that of tho city of New York." Fact
liko theso cannot bo too ofton or tcr
strongly impressed upon the ru rails",
of Now England who, to bolster par
tisan purposes prate obont tbe
"muss of wickcrlnW located in tkta
city. JT. V. World. ' ";-t '
A black beitr, Woighing 2dl) pounds
was lately killed by Thornns DiWaV
io; i A(leroy ooMntACX