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, THE ELECTIONS.
BXIILETOX I'llOHAHLY ELECTED
(iOVEKXOK OF OHIO.
DeiuovTitlH Claim tho IFuho
Hie KmUcals the Semite.
.i:JtV I'KOIUIJLY ELECTED (!0V-
EltXOIt OF PENNSYLVANIA.
'I he tltcil iii returns reoeived, up to tho
uuur oi g Jiiig u irurn, uru hi.
tntclii,; iifo front Cincinnati to the
(fleet th.it Pendleton hai bc. elected
(Jjvir.t jrof Ohio. Front Columbus we
hear tl. .t tli democrat have secured a
tin" . in the House, and that tlioro Is
t i . - ... r...
'rot ( i'i-d.i'm among dotnoorats over
tlic nj ,rtcd election of Pendleton. Tiio
radical, however, claim the re-election
of Hayes hyiismnll majority, and al
so a small majority in the .Senate.
Ad.jMiUh from Philadelphia states ,
tint Gt.iry Is elected (iovomor ofPniin
y.vania, tiio democrat conceding his
Tiio radicals have carried Iowa by a
greatly reduced majority.
Oinr.Dli.il i, OcloWU.
J. II. Obcrif, Kifj: Tho Cincinnati
'Commercial' concedes tho election of
tho Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton as Governor
of Ohio by a small majority. Hamilton
county gives him 1.000 majority. The
democracy Is wild with cnthusiusm.
M. V. Voi'.vo.
I.ATl!K AM) III.TTKH.
; if ro 'llullt till.
(imint.ti.(.-l. 131 p.m.
The returns from the country precincts
have been looked for with great bus
pen, well Informed parties conceding
that Hamilton county will decide the
contefit. The returns are now all in ex
cept from one democratic product, nd
the mnjjrlty for Pendleton is nine hun
dred. The 'democrats are Jubilant. Tito
radicals la jk blue, but refui-e to concede
Pendk t'Jti's election.
Fcrney nays that Mr. Johnson wil
pro! ally be "declared Ineligible to the
offlceof I nlted States senator on the
grj'.nd of disloyalty." It hnsbeenru
marc 1 that Forney has "stopped drink
ing," but this paragraph looks as $Kozy
a a foal "Cincinnati ,Commoro1Al.,
The death of this eminent American
citizen has already been auiifuuccd. On
Monday laivitls remains were Interred
In the Concord, JC. H., cemetery, several
thouf and persons witnessing tho last sad
rites of burial.
Ex-President Plerco was born at Hllls
horo, in New Hampshire, in IS 'J, and at
iilb death was in Lis slxty-tlfth year. Ho
was graduated at Iiowdoln College,
Maine, and pursued tho study of the law
at Northampton, Mass., and entered on
the pratlceof his profession in ills native
town. He roro at ouco to tho front rank
of tho profession In his state, was elec
ted to the stato legislature two several
terms, and served with distinction, hav
ing been choseti speaker of the house on
his second torm.
In 1S3U ho was elected a reprosentatlvo
to congress, ami served four years. In
1W7 ho was elected to tho United .States
a-nate, but served live years out of tho
fix. when ho resigned and returned to
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tho pracueo oi inu w i ."ui m
He had no tasto for political life, de-
cllnlng ou two occasions tho ouudldaey
for governor of Now Hampshire nnd ;
I'ntted Klatcs senato Not only so, but j
ho refused tho olllcos of attorney general
of tho I'nlted States, otlcred liim by I
President Polk, and subsequently that of
secretary of war. .
Vhen tho war with Jrexlco broke out J
he enlisted nnd served ns a private In the ,
New Hump9hlro reglaient. Before ,
.ifir.itii President Polk sont him a co.
Ionel's commission, and boon after, In
March, 1817, ho was appointed a brlga
Proceeding to tho seat of war, ho dis
tinguished lUniEclf as a truo soldier, and
was In all tho battles between Vera Cruz
until tho taking of the City f Mexico.
His brigade was specially mentioned by
General Scott ns being under moro than
three hours' heavy Uro of artllory anil
musketry at the severely contested bat
tles of Contreras nnd Cherubusco, con
cerning tho latter of which tho com
manding general said ho doubted whe
ther a moro heroic b:ttlo had over been
fought or decisive victory won .
Win n peace was restored ho returned
homo, resigned his commission and prb
cceded In tho quiet walks of Hko to the
practice of a profession in which lie de
lighted, wr.s most buccessi'ul and great
InlfiMho was uomipated by thf de
in emtio convention at Ualtlmoro, with
out hl-s influence or knowledge, as can
didnto for jiresldont of tho United States,
mid in November of Unit year was clec-
IikI rtvor h a old commntiuer, tno illus
trious soldier, General Hcou, oy u larger
voto thiin was over given excepting 10
Gon. Washington on his llrat two elec-
tlons, Jcflerson in IbOj, and Monroo in
1821, Gen. Plerco receiving 200 clcolortrl
votes una uen. rjcou -i.
He served out tiio presidential term,
and refusing nil oihee, roturneil to pri
vate life, full of honor. Klnco then lie
lias not mingled largely in puuiic anairs,
only ho far as to contribute nis money
nnd counsel to sustain tno country no
loved so well.
A Cull for Protection) from Moiitnua
(From tiio Kocky Mountalu datcltc'l
Our Indian a flairs aroKcttluc to be in
tolerable. When hordes arc stolen by
tho wholesale, and men are murdered
In wight of town, and eighty mlJcs with
in the military lines, ir theru are any,
the situation 13 getting to bo desperate.
Within the last month one hundred
thousand dollars worth of property has
been ftolen, captured from tho people
of Montanu, and a dozen men have been
slaughtered and scalped. c All this dam
age lias been done by about one hundred
and fifty Indians, of the I'elgan or oth
er tribes of tho JJIack foot nation, unsup
ported by tho larger portion of their own
tribe, 'i hey have succeeded In stealing
nil thl property, In killing all these
men, without having suffered the loss of
a single hair. Tho city being unorgan
ized depend on the military, nnd the
military have not, so far as we are
aware lifted a hand for our retires or
protection. We have not heard of an
expedition, a natrol. u Ktiard tr anything
eUe having been out to- pursue tlusa In
dians or to protect the people. The offi
cer .-ee in to be content as long as the
forts tiro not attactked and they can go
through the ordinary routine of garrison
duty unmolested. Say more, we under
tand that some of them In their reports
to Washington report the Indians as
peaceful and thit no moro troops are
needed In this Territory. If thin be no
they utterly fall to comprehend their du
ty or the object for which they are in
the service of the United States.
FIGHTING IN ARIZONA.
Succcs of d'ctieral Duncan.
llu(jrr ut lh Oulbrakr In tar Jfrth.
PtiKSt'OTT, Skit. 3). Three soldiers
were killed, and one wounded and MaJ.
McCumber, U. H. Army, accidentally
killed lu action recently.
Gen.Sntrord nireru Gun. Thomas 300
volunteers, old Indian fighters, for six
mouth' campaign, the Government only
to fhrnish rations and ammunition.
Omaha, Oct. U. Latest reports from i
Gen. Duncan, on Republican river, con-1
linn the previous reports of his success I
against the Indians. The quantity and
value of tho material captured is much
greater than at flrst reported.
Ciikyk.nn).. Ou 9. Gen. Augur ar
rived at Cheyenne from Fort Fettermait
on the 7th. Ho Is accompanied by Ave
of the most influential chiefs of the Nor
thern Arapahoes, who cotno to consult
with Gov. Campbell In referenco to a
meeting of the chiefs of the Snake, SIim
hone and other friendly tribes, with
whom they desire to protect themselves
against tho Southern Sioux and Chejren
ties. Thejlatter are very warlike, and
threaten the Arapahocs with annihila
tion ST. THOMAS AdAIN .SHAKING.
A ViolonL Earthquake.
Intelligence has Just been recelvod at
Washington to tho effect that on the
17th of September, tho Island or St.
Tliomns was visited by an earthquake
which occurred at 2:50 p.m.. which
shook the city of St. Thomas to lU foun
dations. The shocks were so severe as
to materially Injure many of the build
ings, shattering the walls of the Spanish
and Union I lotels, and other largo struc t
ures, which caused a general panic
among tho inhabitants, and tho entire
suspension of business.
Tiio day had been excessively hot,
without the sllghtes breeze, tho ther
mometer Indicating 02; barometer 30.
indicating fair weather. In tho Interval
between tlie ilrst shock and 11 o'clock
p.m., nine distinct bhocksoccurred, pro
duclnu wide-spread terror and dismay.
MMw. writer eoneludesbv savltiH;: "Iliad
ovnnriftnued mativ Bovero shocks, but
nfii ii hit' to eonintire with those ofyester
iiiiv There had been nothing like It
slnco the great earthquake of 1807."
An llii Hi" IIuiiKiirtan Town DefctroyeU
Tho latostTnuH-Atlautlo mail brings
thu renort of a terrible conflagration lu
Hungary. The town of Rudoslu, the seat
nf tho Catholic bishop, burnt down in
Wwjiliiui an hour, and twenty-one child
roii wore consumed by tho flames.
About -l o'clock in the afternoon of tho
1-1 1 It of September lire broko out in a
nurn on the extreme otid of the little
town and in less than live minutes tliero
u-.rn unit hundred and thirty houses
seized by the flumes. Most of tho neople
wi.ro In the llelds. and. tlioiiKli they ro
turned inimedialely after they hud
i.nni'lit tin first ullmnse of tho tiro, they
cute too 1 i'e t" ve their children and
eatl'e A' ! 'c "" tho samo evening
milv theehnie i. ihtlnaluce of the lilshop.
niiii live h mses reinalned. livery other
bttllilini; li"l'iMi was In ashes,
EVENING. OCTOBER 13.
The United States steamer Frolic left
Washington, N.C., suddenly Thursday
night for Havana, and tho Dictator left
yesterday. It is stated that the ItoIIc
left rhere on Thursday night, with guns
shotted, under orders to capture or sink
tho Hornet, which was then reported to
have escaped from Bmithvllle. N. C.
Hie Frolic captured this same vessel in
tho war.undcr tho name of Lady Sterling,
when attempting tornn the bloekudeof
Tho attorney Genorul of tills "able ad
mlustratlotif" as its admircrd call It, has
given another opinion which amounts to
this: That tho Virginia legislature,
which is notcompeteut to amend tho
dog law, iscompoteutito amend the fed
eral Constitution and to. elect 17. ii. Sen
ators provided It electa tho radical ennd I
dates. Wonderful Attorney (General
Mr. Oeo. W. Curtis, nominated by tho
radicals of New York for Secretary of
State, has declined the questlouablo
honor, nnd somebody else willing to run
and be beaten will have to bu nominated.
It appears that Genncral Sigel was ten
dered a position ou the ticket and also
fThe Senatorial 'contest in Tennessee
( excites a lively general Interest all over
j tho country, and Is the till-ab-orblng
themo in 'lenucssee. .Mr. Johnson Is
titus far tho strongest aspirant to tho
pluce, with the best chances of success.
"Sarsaparilla Townnend" died InUos
ton a wetk'ugo, aged 70 years. His long
life may bo imputed to tho fact that he
never used his own Sarsaparilla. His
immense wealth was the result of Im
XEWS IX BMEF,
Tho Providence Press boastdof plentl
fulness of game in that city principally
poker, keno, roulette and chicken haz
ard. A New York Judge has sentenced a
man to pay a flue of 11,000, and the
chap has Just ton con ts of the money.
Lost Saturday night the landlady at
Priest's Hotel, at Decatur, 111., Mas robbed
of 91,300, her State Fair week income.
The number of miles of railroad to bo
constructed In Georgia during the next
two years la estimated at 1,421.
Mrs. Porter, the now Louisville Post
mistress, has given the $150,000 bond re
quired by her po<lon.
Tho Peoria Transcript suy that within
the past six mouths more than a score of
horse thieves havo beou caught in that
A pretty nieco of Jefferson Davis is
now the reigning bello of New Orleans.
She Is said to be engaged to a New York
gentleman of social position and wealth.
Abbotsford Is udw owned by Miss
Mary Scott, aroat grand-daughter or
Sir Walter, and her husband, in caso she
over has one, must take tho name of
A Devonshire matron, whose husband
snores badly, keeps a clothes-peg under'
ncath her pillow, and when his snoring
awukea her, iho adjusts tho peg on hta
nasal organ, and then sleeps peacefully-
The New Y'ork Republic says: "If the
Beecher family would only engage in
some sort or patent medicine tuiMuees
now, their fortuues would bo made.
They are tho best advertised people In
Mrs Abraham Lincoln Is still at Frank
fort, Germany, llvlug iu vcryunpretend
lug quarters. She sees but very few per-
II.. 4 .
sons, una ineso gouerauy .auiuik.uu
ladles whom sho knew during Mr. Lin
Kecontly a two-year old colt iu .Phil
lips, Maine, was foundlliteraiiy btucK
full of porcupine quills, no was caugui
and seven-men with uippers, woruen
upon him a considerable portion or u day
to free him from his torment.
now thky hl.Ki:r i r wr.ar.
I haven't dated this letter because I
don't know where- I an, I am about
nine miles irom juiu3uu.b. mvv
men o tho South Platte rlyer. At day
II k lit to-mo.Tow I am to catch some of
the lluest salmon you ever baw 'lhey
wUl u ot bltoatauy other tlmo of the day.
T Hunnose they learned this dlsagreeablo
?,ab I of early breakfasting from the
itnii Whackors" who navigate those
nl ih s lam stopping at u little hotel
Eboiit thlrtj "by ten feet. The scarcest
Sin this country is lumber-. ettlers
l aving to pay ever so many iloliars a
foot for what thoy use, besides what they
, i.. i.. timir valises.
uroiiBiiy ' ".V i' .,.., P,.iinvlv.iiiln.
im.7. l .ll,inl Is HO IU
.,ZnVrtobo doing a .thriving
I.I.... (l.la ll.tlPI-.
WI 1 one ond of the hulldlng, ttnd
separated from tho next room by u bed
miYlt which you must crawl under to
H in r ko out. But It is my room
and a er th'e Jolting I have had upon the
iiiiiian pony, I expect to have a good
Dlvi?over Pr pilgrim iu s.uch a fix?
Just a I had written "night's" above,
and hud sleep P0U tho ?oUlt of m? ,)eU'
nilUJ lV 41111 L OI IlUl1 WiHifcHfci "MM
1 nroniUes I got a room to myself. It
u Earso euouKli for tho bed and can
" ou r chair, upon which I am
n... -,l illI(w niul Ihof.
I heard a knocking on the floor, outside lan-
the bcdriullt. tmr
"Crawl under," saiu l. ,. ;
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om young lady about seventeen years of ' CH'
lire, lsnouiu itiUKe, She opened her ro- hiw
sy lips and spake as follows:
"ouster, don't talte oil your clothes to
night, when you go to bed."
"IJecHiise I am going to Bleep with
"Weil, ir you have no bettor reason
than that "
lush, shet uj! You told nar that
you would not sleep with a man.''
"I'd rattier sleep witii a wet dog."
"Well, I havo iriven un mv bod to a
sick man. I havo been hard at work all
day, and I havo to work hard all day to
morrow, ami i cuti'i uuora to set up all
night. Xhat bed is wido enough for us
both. T shall stay on tho back Hide, and
If you don't stay ou your sldo, you'd
better, that's all."
As she said this she raised from her
dress pocket uu Infernal jack-knife, auch
as farmers use in trimming fruit trees,
and then let it fall back with a chug. I
comprehended this situation in hair a
moment, and unto this maiden quoth as
"Mis, young lady, your intentions l
may, or may not, he honorable. I am
traveling entirely by myself. My natu
ral protectors are miles and miles away
beyond the prairies, Ignorant of tho per
ils which may beset their Idol. Thus far
I have not been Insulted by your sex.
I am a man of few woids, but they ate
alwuys emphatic I will give you up a
tnirt of the bed, and that's all I will do. If
you attempt during the silent watches of l
the night nnythliiL' contrary to this Arm
determination, by St. Joseph, my patron
saint, I will shoot you right through the
As I concluded. I laid a Slocum nlstol
upon the candle-box. A low chuckle
outside the bednuilt, cave token that
pater familias had heard and approved
My antagonist laughed, and saying,
"Mister, I reckon we understand each
other,' bounced over nnd took the back
side of tho bed. There she is now pre
tending to bu nsleep. I cannot llnlsh
tills letter, I cannot do anything. Talk
about the trials of the earlier saints,
about being broiled over live coals, about
being flayed alive, about being boiled In
oil! What was all that to thlH? Cor.
.si.;fitt oi'TiiAtn: os a ;toi'nu
The Kvansvlllo find.) 'Journal relates
the following extraornlnary outrage:
Wo are told that on Weduesday night,
Just after dark, u young girl, aged four
teen or fifteen years, who was remarka
ble for the great beauty and length of
her hair which she wore in two largo
plaits, went to tho wood houso of Mr.
Daiixsman, in whoso family alio resides,
for wood, and as sho wu9 gathering it up
a man seized her by the hair, and witu
somesbarp Instrument seveied one of the
uranis, or plaits, completely rrotn iter
head. As noon as tho recovered suffi
ciently from her terror she cavo the
alarm, and Mr. Daussmau rushed to her
assistance As lie entered tho wood
house the scoundrel sprang out Into tho
alley and made his escape It willlbo
remembered that two outrages of like
character were committed In tho samo
neighborhood, in this city, a year or so
ago, and no clue has over beou found to
the perpetrator or porpctrators. It is
more than likely these scleral outrages
wero committed by otio and the samo
poron, as ttioy were all efl'ected In tho
same manner, nnd most expertly.
GJjy. UUTUEIl OSiytEVEXTION
OF O OLD GAMBLING.
Gen. Duller, while in Now York Satur
day morning, defended both President
Grant ond Secretary Doutwcll from all
charges of complicity with tho late gold
panic. He thinks congress cannot puss
any direct law that would provent gam
bling In gold. Tho only way to effect
this would be to make greenbacks the
standard of values, and gold nu article
of merchandise, which could be done If
the government would accept its own
paper In partial payment of custom
At Oldlown, Me., on Sunday night,
Charles .Martin, aged about fliftcon years,
undertaking to go through his house in
tho dark, mistook the cellar door and fell
down the stairs, fracturlug his skull In
such a manner as to cause instant doatli.
hoat siouks, Jiton:uics
w. .vrisArrox. .
(Succe.'iori to Btratton, Ilu.l.tm i. ClurU),
AkouU of v
Aincrlritn PomiIm Co., ami 8lruiBroelarr
AicimiIh for Cotton Yurits,
No. 57 Ohio Lcvcc, Culro, III.
ILTJKJ3RY AND FANCY liOOVti
Kvervtlilutr I'rosli ami New.
lianjust opoaoila ficali nd!itrict-
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ir. ,..i rannv uooiH Rcnerauy, ianli "."'
hn 1 coiitt'li'iii of her
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all other r mablishmcats In the city.
" Hhr'iuo'' color, blesolu-a and nuUea orer bonn.h
Washmnton Aivnnc and a nut street.
AUoafullatockoi orteJf. O.t.wr
JOHN II. OJ3ERLY & GO
N''"t!c fin. f
Alum, per Hi . .
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iron totlnn tic, pur lb......
bra; Iron, .V. 10 1
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R.bbed Slilea, per lb
Ilamt, aurar cured. cnva-ed, per lb.
"hoiilder., aer Hi
Itam HaiKare, per Hi M
' Ftllt Side.
KliDU den "
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l'Unter Tarli, per tl,!
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S SAL IS.
Wherraa. John Antrim, ami lila wlfi. Kllta. Iiv their
itril of trust. lUteil JiuioiJili, IM7, inl rraortlcil la
Ut l"oriter'i oflici of Aluiamler count, Illinois,
tlt conrpy to tli nnJeralguivi, John ti. Herman, ae
trul, tfw following ilevcribeil real e.tate, HltuaM
tn the city of Culrn, in iW county of Alexamlnr, nnil
HUIeof llllnola, tn;t I.ota niimb-ret 'Jl, tl nnil
J3, frnntlnu f fet on l'oi.Ur atreet, anil runnliiK lnwlt
oufetttn liepth In liloflc l, nml loU Viinil 10, Inblock
48. In the Aret rulittlloii tn aalil olty, nl lot No. s, to
bloca .No. It, of tho Krnuil mtditlOD, n-l lot 1 1 aa.l 15,
lnUoclc 31, of a.tUI city.
All't whrrr.1'. the ealil John Antrim, un.. nn th
SKlh djy of July. 1-1.1. idH Urcl Iwnkriipt hr thi
Diatrici Court of tho L'nitcit .staten f.ir tlm K.tcr.i
l)itrict of Mi.v.ourl ; nnil wheri'.n, thoumlorufsncll,
Diinltl ". Vouna, l noie tho eoln rw.iKni-o of tho fa
Into ofMt'l bniikrupt ; nn l wheie.i., Haul ,on! un
m.vlv toaeciiru one John K. Cook In llic iwuni-iit ofn
certa.n nolo ui i;.I lo,-,t ,j ; am) tho iud
Ilerinan dul hi'retoforit'lrirtie .tn-1 eoll .ilil proper,
ty, nnd by Ik. utl AiU'imt it. Is. vontrv the
me to naiil John K. (ok ; nml licrM tho aunt
1'. H. lourt, upon the iHt!tin of tin. anul nMmunro,
illil eet mult) aunt lire I, I. ilwlsrr tho Mimn to I
null and vout , niul Hlieri'n-, tht m. I'mirt illil fur
ther orilor th.it eai.l J..hni Ilfruun, in tru-if.-Inthnlv.l
of trut ulion- lueritiuni'il, Join with tht
u it Ilamel C Y"Uiiu. .! roni imuu ii'-luni-o of tho
eitatc cf ..klil I uiikriiptn. inn h.u ol the nlxxe il
rrrit' 'prop, rty on tin t nn ami ..inlitioim of -.iii
ilfO1 of trimt.
Now, thfr'fori, In pureiianco of tlii nU)o or idr
anilllmpriiti.ioiHofiheenlil dee.! nflrii-t, we, th
UIl.liTilIHilrlllee, ;i.r.i IIPe, Will, on tho MV.1
day of .NotemlM'r. Inc. Im Ucimi tho hour. ofSo'cloclc
a.m. Hint i p.m. of inl il l), ut the Court ln'iii nil U
ro. In the county of Atiniier, mnl t-tat of 1 1 1 1 1 - ,
pell ut public TPIIillle, (oe rsi, tho alxlire ileecribvii
property. JOHN ii. JIIMt.MAN, Truatei.
oiit.l II I.N I, ft. VdfN'ii. A.HlitneH
LINOIS CKNTHAIj ItAlUtOAD.
Qulcl:ct Ittniti! froul the Sou I It
fit. Luula, Linulavlllr, Cliicliiiiat I, CIiIchro,
Xtiv Viiiiii lio.toii;
ALL I'QIXTS EAST ASD SOUTH.
i'ieeencr train urrito t nt le.re Cairo - full J
Aimivnirto a. .m...
UKI'AUT-Jii'iO A. .11..
1150 1. ?l.
,lll)0 1. .11.
Both Imiiis ocunecl ut (,'eiilieli.i with Irniaon the
lUiu, I)H.Mtiir, nlooiii'iiliton, Kl I'aio, ha ball
.MoudoU, rreijMirt, uaiena, imouiiur,
and all )oiiit.i in
Illlnola, lowii,' .llliuic.otn, Mlaaourl mill
And with linos ruimiiu t-iiat and Weot for
St. Louis, Sitrii'igllehl, I.ouIt Clnclu
nnti, Intlliiniipolls ami t'eliimhns,
And at Chlinco with Michl.n Centr.il. Mlch.gia
Soiithorn. and I burs, Korf Vajii..aud
ChKKitfO Kailro.v!it for
AI.H IN V,
WASHINGTON C1TV, and ,
Kur ituoiiKh tu ki'i. and uif.irruation, apply attr
Hl.no. CM.tru11u;.. .u.loi . j, JOHNSON,
(5. ii, ril runM ng'T AgKIU, CllH hKO.
M. HU(innT.(!.'il'rIMiperiiuiii'i iu.
JAMlvH JoHN.-ll.N, A.-nt, t Hiro.
XtXn.'K.Vn.'UV' 1'itblicatlon Co , at Cba,'.
tc . n u .I'oa.-i'ut in litcr.iry cnie.'i
ar- distributing liuinlC'Ibiifclioui' bUa - 1
, KI.'K to tho purchaser of the tiing.auip A-
V. l, I'. wet' A seUult