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biei th old NI.th,
S1 .d, with ab-so
, i : T~he wit eNs
hea tomr h 4.m iwtt was thar,
sad r 1 . e hand, It
S . owa a o, Am th'rplay.
". it Corner wdi.r; iad Asn poey*,
udth hewhe at beblly -fort
tnea , when I come to ask
hie'~ P1klin-my clioent's
1 wh6 did lemen? Why,
t ,' h tgent , that if Abe bilt
hand he d hi wha whatwas In It!
mv cltent was sden "down to Frog
letwlth a bottle lquor in Arl pocket
ad the wits ca't remember if he hilt
aY thdat a l, when bullye hmnds wore
--ithat --id s ay,getleme of the
rldo O that my ?i"nt was
ese tosaMy thatthur
sarº 0404 rýý and acquitted the de
Pii~a Cu~ oursapl.-Charlea Augusta
gap1j Ungia , who once sojourn
- w.ith ee . tribe of Indians, says
rwishe to break the ice
Ihaomes ton. ' &pr's tent uninvited, an(
·e6n slm'4rb the mat for a consid
arable t ,ap, sa. t away wlthoun
upakin¢.. This .d I t,7 step
the b.at-the rst bl nhesittion in
addres--the ar mutual lý a of under
etas iu. After afew days the young man
reb trns, wearing his buffaloo robe with the
hair outward, and again sits down sileni
in the corner of the tent. This is a propo
sa-a regular" popping the qpestion." I1
the ifa er is detr ilned te rej4thim, noth
isg'in placed for hith to sit on, and no meal
is fered; but if he approve of the match
AWe rights of hospitalit are observed.
Feasts are given by Jie respective par
ties, in order to obtain the consent of their
relatives. If both feasts terminate in thin
respeot, the young mtn presents himself
once more before his bride, at the door ol
her tent, and then turns round and walks
slowly a4 towards his own-she rises and
follows him-the marriage is then complete,
If she remain sitting it is a sign that her
family declines the match. All this is done
without a word passing between the inten'
dad bride and the husband that is to be.
But themost extraordinary part of the affair
is, that having married an elder sister, he
hasa right to marry all the younger ones,
as they successively attain the ago of we
manhood. The author adds: I have seen
chiefs who have married a whole family;
the eldest wife being the greatest drudge,
and the youngest being generally the fa'
vorite Sultana, and consequently, doing the
Tae VINEYARDS or CALIronNIA.-Mr.
Bur ru, in his speech in the California
Assembly, wherein he proposed to exempt
California wine from the provisions of the
prohibitory liquor law, gave the following
interesting statistics concerning the culture
of the vine in that State :
" In Los Angeles county-the vineyard
of California-there are already under cul.
tivation as muany acres covered with the
vine as there are in the who'o of the great
State of Ohio, the pioneer in the wine man.
ufacture in the United States.
In Los Angelos the number of bearing
vines amount to 800,000; the number of
acres under grape culture is 1500; the quan
tity of wine which can be made to the acre
is 400 gallons; the amount of capital i'nves
ted in the grape culture is $1,000,000, and
the number of persons engaged in the vari*
ous branchesof the business is 4000. Thus,
these 1500 acres only under grape culture
can produce 600,000 gallons of wine annual,
ly, which at two dollars per gallon, will
yield in this single district, the annual in.
come of $1,2000,000; If there is in thi,
State but 250,000 acres of land which car
be brought under the grape culture, they
would produce 100,000,000, of gallons 0l
wine annually, which at one dollar a gallor
would amount to the enormous annual rov
cnue of $100,000,000."
IM.Among his other high sounding ti
ties, the King of Ava has that of ' Lord o
Tau HIOaHT or GALLADiIY.-Kissinj
a woman who uses snuff.
866.3 Nt, .. .. 186
wt osaiua atHt 1 a1 . IA 'A .
s, Paints, and Painters article.; Var
EISe, WindGlauss, Putty, Glasswars,
Perume y, I .inlo ýoap,
Hair, tooth, nail,' _t, pait, sad clotha'
Surgical uad ceatal Itmutvmn,,
Trises and aa tell, a ki., ,
Patent inpro. i et rr lones; ill arta,
Letter, =W,'$n4Pi.; Inks,
Pure Medicila Win and Bradies,
PFeld and garden Seeds; fesh,
Toys, Shoe bmes and ilaing,
Rzors, ins tocket Knives, Table Cutlery,
School Booklr'li0. pa$pus authors.
aIrI offlr equally as low as they can
be obtained from lna similar establlshment In
this section, all warranted tO be
FRESH AND GENUINE.
Oansns raoo ,e CeuxafPr filled, and tata.
faction gnuranted; wt'tegard both to price
PI. , Pit IPTIONS will
receive mJy ronal attention at all hours of
the day and uiabt a 10
DRUGS, MEDIOINE, I'AT41NT , OILS.
RE following catalogue embraces a partial
J list of articles constantly on hand and for
sale by LANGWORTHY & TILDON, at the
Drug Store in Clinton, to which the attention
of the trade generally is respectfully solicited.
Aloes, alcohol, Murlatic acid,
Asmafltida, alum, Morphia, musk,
Arrow root, NIumber Six; half pint
Ammonia carb. quart bottles,
Ahesive plaster, Nutmegs, oil bergamot
Allspice, Pink root, piperine,
Balsam, Fir and Tolu, Pot ash, paint brushes,
Bay Rum, blue stone, Quinine, sal soda
Blue mass, black lead, Soda bicarbonate
Black Snake root, Seldlitaspowders
Borax, blister plaster, Sarsapr;lla, sponge
Calomel, Eng. & Am. Syrup quills, starch
Calinola magnesia, V ardab, venetian red
Camphor, Castile soap, Whiting, gum drops
Castor ofl, per gallon Brandy, Port wine
and bottle, Gin,
Cayenne pepper, Brushes of all kinds
Charcoal powder, Lily white, pomatum
Cloves, chrome green, Black lead, hair oil
Citrate of Iron, Brown's ess. ginger
" " Quinine, Yeast powders
Cod liver oil, Scales and weights
Colombo root, Copalva capsules
Composition powder, Tihermometors
Copperas, cream tartar Snuff, Scotch
Dovers powders, " macaboy
Elm Bark, ergot, Scariflcators, catheters
Epsom salts, Lancets, spring do
Extracts of all kinds, Capping glasses
Flax seed, for sulphur, Patent medicines
Ginger, glue, Thompson's eye water
Gum guea, gnm myrrh Wistar's balsam of wild
Gum arable, do opium, cherry
Honman's anodyne, Graeffenbcrg Pills
Henry's magnesia, Batchelor's hair dye
iodide potassa, indigo, Barry's tricopheronu
Jalap, Ayer's cherry pectoral
Lamp black, litherege, Fahnestock's vermifuge
Lunar castic, Winer's "
Lemon syrup, Hoflland's bitters
Matches, mace, Fancy soaps, variety
Fancy perfumery, ass'd Tapers,
Playing cards, &c. &c. a 14
CONFECTIONARY AND FAMILY
"1 HE subscriber still continues the above bu
siness at the old stand on Commorciel Row.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
received from the citizens of Clinton, and the
public generally, he will spare no efforts to de
serve a continuance of the same.
He has lately made large additions to his
former extensive stock which enables him to
furnish every thing in his line of the best qua
lity, and on the most reasonable terms.
Particular attention will be paid to the fur
nishing Balls, Dinners, Weddings, &ec., with
cakes, candies, sweetmeats, fruits, wines, cor
dials, and such other articlea as may be want
ed for such occasions.
Among other articles now in store, he has
the following ;
Cakes and pastry, assorted,
Raisinls, best brand,
Cinnamonl and spices,
Almonds and Pecans,
Cloves, nutmegs, and currants,
Cordials assorted. superior and common,
Strawberry, raspherry, orgeat, cerdials,
Jellies ; currant, quince, orange, guava,
Sugar cured hams of the best quality,
Mess beef, by barrell, or retail,
Cheese ; Swiss, German, and western,
Coffee, tea, chocolate, butter,
Mackerel, salmon, dried apples,
Soap, candles, star and spermaceti,
Wines; Port, Madeira, Claret, Champagne,
Brandy, superior and common,
Whiskey, Gin, Runm,
Porter ; London aid A merican,
Ale ; Scotch and American,
Sweet Oils, Sauces, prepared Mustamd.
In short, every article in the line of confee.
tionary and family groceries.
BREAD I BREAD I
Fresh Bread will be furnished every morn
ing, delivered at the rcsidences of those who,
may desire it. All orders left at the Store
will be punctually attended to.
may 5 A. SCIILANKER.
DRUGS, MED1CINES, &c. &c.
N HAND, and for sale at the "MV c.iet.
LA Lu'aaony," on the East aide of the Pub
4 e tare, a large and varied stock of Drugs
and Mediines, among which may be found the
B. A. Fahnestock's, and McLanes,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Wistor's Balsam,
.Wild Oherry, llsting's Naptha, Jayne's Ex
pectorant, Judson's Oherry and Langwort.
Dr. John Bull's 8. P. Townsend's, Old Ja
cob Townsend's, darpenter's, Sand's.
Hair Preparatiosmi, hwice, c2 .
Barry's Tricopherous, Phalon's Hair Invig
rator, Jayne's Hair Tonic, Hauel's Ean Lus
trale, Balm of Columbia.
Ointments nod Selves.
Dailey's Pain Extractor, Holloway's Oint
ment, Grays, Judkins, Green Mountain.
Cod Liver Oil, McNair's Acoustic, British
Harlem, Linseed, Castor, Lard, Olive, Lamp,
Mexican Mustang, Nerve and Bone, Jaynes,
Beach's breast, Ague remedies, Osgoood's In
dian Cholugogue, Smith's Tonic, Speed's Feb
rifuge, Beach's Ftruginous Tonic.
Copel, Black Leather, Conch, &c.
Billers sdl 7t,nics.
Moffatt's PhIcnix, Hibbnrd's Wild Cherry,
R;ehardson's Wild Cherry, Gouley's Vegeta
ble, IIoolland's (t rman.
Extracts for handkerchiefs, Cologne, Ger
man and American Toilet Powders, Soups,
Pomades, Tooth Powders.
Wright's Indian Vegetable, Mofflatt's Life,
Braudruth's, Morrison's, Lees, New London,
Graffenberg, Jayne's Sanative.
Hibbadd's Anti-biious, Spencer's Vegetable,
Peter's, Cook's, Wist,,r's, Gentle Purgative,
Gorduu's, McLane's Liver, Scott's, Ague.
Diarr/ra and Ch~lera Mixtasres.
Beach's anti-cathartic, Billing's Syrup.
Thorn's extract, Torrant's effervescing ape
rint, Tooth-ache drolm, Lyon's Magnetic I'ow
ders, Thoml pon's Eye Water, Ruddy's Iranly
Relief, do. Resolvent, Indelible Ink, Murshall's
Catholicon, Perry Davis Pain Killer, Ol,odel
doc, Godfrey's Cordial, Tnrhington's Baleam,
Batelnan'e Drops, Jaynes Family Medicines,
Seidlitz, Soda and Yeast Powders, Carpenters
Fluid Extract Bueha, Juno Cordlii, ,rohn's
Headache Remedy, Strengthening Plasters.
Ri8Remlemner, the " MIEI)ICIN AL LA
BORA'rOltY" on Brit k Row, in th. s.lne
store with Wu. S.ºnI.En. npril 8
UNITEDI STATE REVIEWV & STATE
RI CHTS REGISTER.
I N CONNECTION with the usual matter,
lpolitical and literary, contained in the UCLm
TEn STATES REVIEW, we intend to repullish all
the state papers extant on the question of state
rights as announced in the Virginia Rtesoiuntions
of '98 and '99. The publication will eimbrace
also the works of stundard wr;ters, such as
John Taylor of Caroline, whose works are now
nearly out of print. These valuable political
data will be carefully collected, and when com
pleted, will furnish a complete constitutional
history of our Federal Union. The subscrip
tion list of the " St.le-Rights Register" (the
prospectus of which was issued under the ap"
probation of the I)emocratic members anII
nseators in congress) will lhe furnished regular
ly with the leriew froml this date, and we hope
each subscriber will feel that he is performingii .
a duty to a great L nil ?.lt red political lprinlcile
by extending the list of naimes already on our
It is time for ius to go go back to thosepure
principles upon which tile great fabric of de
mocracy rests; princilCes orIginatcd anlil delined
by those who created, iland best ui:derstood the
true meaniniig of the constitution. It is time
that the friends of state sovereignty should ril
ly around siome colllluoll nucleus, to resist the
wild lutitudinarianismn of the age, and evident
teudenly of the republic towards concet rllaltionl
-to enda at best in it aiixed mouarchy. It isl
time for each stutes-rights man to feel that lie
must give his owiin personal indlividiual inlluence
to the defense of the very corner-stone of our
We seld the lItview to the sulscribel': of
the State-Rights Register, aindl feel coillident
thlat they will respond heartily to the call.
The true I)lleocracy have ait great battle to
fight, ia groat priniciple of self-governlinientl to
uihholi, ai insp:red (Coustitution to idehlid.
.aiiy each one of us feiel that it is an individual
LLOYD & CA MPBIELL, Publis/hers.
WAstruroN, April, 185b.
UNITEI: SrATrls RevIE OnFIte. f
N. Il.-Until further notice, lileliSe iuhlress
the Pulblishcrs at 252 Blroadway New York.
THE UNITRIr STATES Revi~\ w is a firmnly-estnah
lisheld iiioiithly now just completinig its fourth
volume, alnd devoted to the defelise iilid pro
muiilgatiou of the princilles of . lltersoll aiind
Cailhounl. Each niumilber cilnutinis nIlinly-six
Lages of origilnal allltter, IIIdi is emlithellslied
with Ii portrait; thaut of lion Jeff. Davis, II
iighly wrought steel eu:griviin will we found
in the present (l iy) elitioni. 'The miechanical
xecution of the Ite:vi.w will companre fluvora
'ly with i lly work of the klnl! extanit.
T'erms; Silllye copics, $3 if palid strictly ill
advanice; cllllbs of five, $13i in advaunce.
Specimen numllbers will lhe s(let to those who
losire them. Friends of the It view unll of
ile Register are respectfully requested to act
as local ageuts, may 19-3m
_ . MISCELLANEOUS.
Hl m. EA1LJit, I rltrtttr.
A.LWAYS on hand, and constantly receir
. ing, a large and fresh supply of
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
which he wdl supply at the most reasonable
rates. These goods are purchased from the
oldest and best known houses in the cities of
New York, Philadelphia, and New Orleans,
and are warranted to be pure and fresh.
An experienced Phiysieian ahu charge of the
establishment who will always be in attendance
to fill all orders, dispense medlelees, and put ul
Call and examine at the store on Brick Row,
on the East side of the Public [Square. a 14
$300,000 IN GIFTS FOR TILE PEOPLE.
CAPITOL CITY ART UNION.
BURNELL & Co's. second Great U.ft Dis
The proprietors %ake great pleasure in an
noun0ing to the citizens of the Union, that in
consequence of the great rat vfaction lmanifest
ed by the ticket holders of their great distr,
bution, and the many thousand solicitat;ons
from all parts of the country in relation ty
whether they bttend getting up another Distri
l'tion of Gfts for the people. they have after
an. imnlense outlay, been enabled to offer their
thousands of patrons thle foliowing aullgifklent
and unlprtedlented brdliant scheune, to te dts
triliuted as soon us the 300,000 Ieautfiul El
gravings of the Capitol 01 Ohio are distrbuted
anmong their patrols.
Tae lrice of the Engraving is but ONE
I)OLLAR, auld asn a parlor ornament it caU
not Ile surpassed.
Read attentively the following list of hean
tiful andl costly (Gfts, which will lie satisfiacto
r.lv distributed by a colummittee of ten, selected
one from each state whevr, the largest lusnher
of sulscrilwrs are obtained.
1 Farm in the state of Indiann, $10,000
1 do in Ohio,............ 8,000
1 do " ............. 6,000
1 Four story brick dwelhlg and
lot, in Colunmbus, Ohio,.... (l,500
1 do do do do t6,500
1 Beautiful residence in the town
of Mount Vernon,..... ...... .. 5,500
1 2 story brick, in Cialllcothle, 3,500
1 brick Cottage and lot in Co
lumbus, ................. 3,000
1 do (o do do 3,000
1 Frame do d(o do 2,500
1 handsome country residence,
in suago Co., Ohio,........ 1,500
4 splendid buihling lots in Co.
luhlus, at $2,000 ........ .8,000
10 (1)o do at (1,50)0. 15,000
4 do do in Chivv land, (6,001
1 Grand aetion Phuo, Ck's... 1,21111
Gold watch, set wVtl diatnondls, 1,00 I
5 gold watches, $500 each,. .... 2,500
10 Rosewood Planos, $500 each, 5,000
10 do do 400...... 4,000
10 do do(10 300...... 1,000
50 Gohl Watches at $150....... 7,500
100 (10o do 100.. .. 10,000
100 (do do 75...... 7,500
100 do do 40...... 4,000
300 s;lver do 20...... 0,000
300 (1o do 15...... 4,500
1000 Ladies gold Ibreast pills at $4 4,000
200 do Brocha shawls, at $25 5,000
500 do silk dress patterns, $20 10,000
5000 Gold pencils, at $3......... 15,000
10000 do pnos", with silver cases,. 20,000
20000 do rh:I.s, at $1 50 eich,... 80,000
12084 do do 1 00 each,... 12,084
Every purchascr of the large lithographic
engraving, will receive a certificate of tnecbi r
ship, entitlitng them to It chanlce in thoe above
list of valuatle and costly gifts for the people.
'I'.e engravings call be sent by nmail (without
being dluanged,) to tliy part of the country.
Pcr-ous wishing to act as (agents for us will
please stnld rpe onmtendati;o signed lI y the
l'ostmast r or some other inflhential and well
known " inr-oa in the nlace wh lre th iy reside.
T'o those pelrsois who have cbeen acting as
Agents for us in our formler distribution, this is
All ordelrs with the money inclosed, free of
postuge, will Ime-t with prompt attent;on.
In order to pri vent nistakes, Agents and
others, transmlitt;og IImoney to us will please to
have it scaled ill tllhe presence of the Postmlast
er and the amnoutnt entered on the way-ill,.
> yAgents wanited in every townl, whonl
we will furnish with post ,rs, vircuhlrs, sche
dules, instructions, &i., oi appliieat on to our
otlihe, or by mail, post paid. For farther lp.r
tiilhttrs, igU're at olice, No. 21 Wal.mt's blot k,
Town :street, o'ilutbus, Ohio.
a't1 1:l IiUll1 NiLI, & (o,, l'rotriethors.
ItI ersons iIehlt id to the lute thin of
1 IItNal A'I iIrIt &uiac Cu2., ore requested to'
iii:mik ijiiidl i lt: )I.Ylueut to the unniersigined,
who iMoiiu is nut hiojied to collc't tine sianlie.
may 5 I SALER.
N I' %V B ()0 K
" JuTEI SLA VES OF' ENU LAND; My
Cuurtsflil( InnI it N Coi(j()iIu4JctI(t, lby Wy
kolT; Iia of WVelster ; Upls I)owns, by
N. P'. \\'ill s ; Buis awl B1 I)osso01 s, t i), rl. S.
Arthlur .Ifljut 14Ctiý l 11(1 lIii sat) bry
it 28 LA GVKIJl & 'VILI)ON.
NOTPICE OF ('()-PA Ii'fXELIIIIP'.
E u il owraniinesillClintoit, on thyc 1 3iI1
instanht. 'IThe busiines wi'i Inherecnfte r e con
dullctedl a er the canhc 11(1 an tyle of MuIS,
CIeV·El ANi) &, Co.
a 21 MILLS & ClE1VEL AND.
A LT o01 new Novclsi al a4taundrd iooks, just
oncoud and br sale by
I u 28 IANGWORTHY & TILDON.
r PERIOD C iLS: i'it
TIlE BRITISH QUARTERLIES, AND
TEONARD 8C'OTT & Co., 'New Yolt-..
continue to re-publish the following Brlutl
1. lTha Leaden Quarterly Review, (Cog .
2. The Edinburgh Reriew, (Whig.
8. Lhe North British ;i riew, (Free
8. The Welstmdsier fltiew, (Liberal.)
4. Blaud.wood's Edislburgh M gnsrit, (Toy,
The present critical state of Eluropeea
fairs will render these publicatious up
interesting during the year 18665.
occupy a middle ground between the h
written news-items, crude speculations, a
.ig rumors of the daily journul, and the
,lerous tome of the future historian,
,Ifter the living interest and excitement 04C
great political events of the time shl'l"
passed away. It is to these Perlbdlical
readers must look for the only really att
Wle and reliable history of current events, -
is such, in addition to their well eltablIDhi
literary, scientiHle, and theological chars",e
we urge them upon the consideration of the
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shove pr,.es will he allowed to Clubs orderig'
four or more topies of any one or more of the
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In all the principal cities and towns, these
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Remhlittauncs untd conumunicautons should al.
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LEON A ltD SCO'11' & Co.,
54 Gold street, Few York.
N. B.-L. S. & Co., have recently puwlish.
ed, and have now for sale,tlhe " FARMER'S
G U( I I)E," ly I cnry Stephens, of Edinburgh,
and Prof. Norton, of Yule College, New Ha
ven, notupln.te ill two volumes, roy I1 octavo,
conll.iiliig 160(1(0 pIa es, 14 steel, and 600 wood
enigr.viSlngs. l'race ill iuslin h1 ilading, $G.
tar-Tiiis work is Nor the old " Book of the
Farm," lately resuscitted and thrown upion the
market. a 14
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IA I'TER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
I FACll NUMIIEIt of the Magazine will
• contain 144 octavo pages, in double col
Ilnllm , ench year thus comprising nearly two
thousuald pages of the clhoicest Miscellaneous
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contain numerous Ilictorial Illustrations, aceu
rate plates of the Fashions, a copious chronicle
of ('urrent events, and impll:rtial Inotices of the
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celnmber; butt subscriptions may commence with
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WvORK IOXES. shaving capes, razors, razor strops
pull boxes, dc., for sale by
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