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tilled at Wilson's Creek, which was paooed, and
gores to the President.
The bill to authorize the construction of ad air
line railroad between Washington and New York
wna recaived from the House and read once. Mr.
reawell objected to the secondl reading, and it
goes over.
Mr. Coonem called up the Hode joint recolu
tion to authorize the aecretary79 the interior to
contract with Mls Minae .ad the a staine in
mable of the late Pre t lt in for $10,000,
which, after debateo we mom dtle, n
twe'oo-eight cnt°°pesqtir yarmoved and
executi alorve .e i held.
a wust nuevwusr n
Mr :tied up the . ilt introduced by
himio. July, to provide for increased
T. o d tedelool, and for other per
W ee pained without a division.
the dnty. o woolen aneufactures fifty
.pttede atirty-flve peror t a . advatorem
oetc valued at above forty cents per
daa not exceeding sixty cents per pound,
rents per-pound; valued at above sixty
-o.at per pound, and not eaxceeding eighty cents
pr d, forty cunts per pound, valuedatabnove
eP B ents per pound, and in addition thereto
upon aml the above named articles, thirty-fve per
fetr. advaloremn,
The duty aoh' tapestry and Brussels carpets is
rfied st twenay-eight cats per square yard, and
try ie per ent. rdvaorem.
lpoensWolin of the feat lenase, valed at the place
of export at therty-two cents or less per ponnd,
the duty is ited at te centid per poun and eleven
r cent. advalorem; and where valued at over
ry-o cetas per pound the duty is fixed at
twelve c.tsla e paund and ten per cent. adval
orea. 'ls-on, wolsr f the second class the doty
Staetoee as on the drst clam; and upon woofs
of the, third h.clin, valued at and costing twelve
r"eep' pe.pend or less, the duty is three cents
use roCIL PPRaoPRAtrTeN BILL.
fr.fltevens, from the committee on appropria
is erelported back the Senate amendments to the
iviilappropriation hill. The first question that
lielted dehbate was the recommendation of the
No-.---ttee o now concur in the Senate amend-.
mest apprpriatIng $1,600,000 for reconstructing
ndireppalelg the levene on the Mississippi river,
in the tates of Louisiana, MXoisetppi Lnd Arkan- '
Mr. Kasson spoke in favor of the amendment,
ad Mr. Stevenas and Mr. Kelly.against.
Mr. Stevens described the prbposttlon as a most
shameful demand of the rebels.
Mr. Banks declared himself in favor of the gov
ernent Undertaking the managementiof the ust
statele river bet be was not in favor of" the
Senate a amendment. Heargued that the proper
way to guard ajat.tinundatlona of the Mississippi
river was not through the levee system, tut
tlr.ugh the system adopted by nature her
seif there-the opening, of the ravines and
ayoaus whtch flow out of the lower Missisaippi.
The efect of the leveet waes'to raise the level of
,the river, and the danger front that system was
thatn alagle mansia single honrof the night
Sopen a levee and deluge the whole country,
bIh.I would require that provision of the Consti
l ,nhleh qlured a repubhlan rorm of gov
ahoteld,'beocomplled with before the peo
docvn theraieoeived asmeistance from the gov-.
-ent. When they plied themselves on a
rb'agh.'oyal footnl he wouldbein favoer of
lpte r gto 6 pupose!, not a million and a
'qartr, lhut twenty4fe miltlle'of dollars.
fihe asn.Emantf tlthe enaote in reference to
thelerosas woas non-concurred in.
:The asnedment for payment of bounties to
io..ttl or of eniostedta fves war concurred in.
The committee renommteded no concurrence in
th esete "asae.adnt.ti eeeesing the compensa
ietof ... toreatMd memnbers to 60000 per annuom.
3:`f. o.ttworth desired to get the floor, hbut Mr.
tedieianoved the previous motion, whih was
SYrý Wetwgrth ealied for the yeas and nays on
Otto te lon of concurrence.
ITlteae and nays were ordered, and the vote
eatpd s ,n3.S. nay i.
Umdlea tentieamrof:the Homee, the committee
ng flp so aseoendieneuthec Houe bill to equal
't, ve4 asan anttindment to strike
out ,dlt. t -gtbedednuotuonof bounties
ba i tu ,+ ,- cities and towns. He
r velvedan expetienre of and would
of New Yrol . x,000o,oo0o, while his
t the seldsies'of that Btste would not
the billt $08,000, and why? Becaue
of bews Yorn, 9ain the New England
had been pa dfrom the outset of
tl-te#I aing oaut pai those bounties he
aked thoe Sttes shold be compelled
t.tarlbnly ttatala to a'pay bounties Over again
'to :the soldie of othe itatea
Mr.. 1cb.eepk, raepled to the argument of Mr.
-dah;, 'end df0catedl the adoption of the
bounty ll a asqmrtedi ti being an eminently just
,d equalied fdtksmre.
The amaoelmesat ofeed by Mr. Conkling wae
adopted,_.
IVN O US0N,
The Hone agreed to print 10,000 extra copies of
thereport of the'judiciary committee on the
aleged compllity o eff. Davis in the asassina
ilaof Predident Lineoln, starving Ulnon prisoners,
.eta.
The House proceeded to vote on the paseage of
the air line railroad bill, and the vote resulted,
ye a;naye 41; sothebillwas passed. Itcreatea
a corporation to be knownas the national railway
company, to build and maintain a continuous ine
of ralway, of one or more tracks; between Wash
,ington and New York,with a capital stock of t10,
(r. Basason, from the committee on appropria
itan .reported btack the Senate amendmento to the
defef iey bill: The appropriations for repairing
sad aroshi. g the President'a house, for expen
000 of the helk delegatee and for increasing
the compe2tten of Senate .ioyees, were con
ed in. committee of conferene was asked
Ie oe proceededto eonder the Senate
n ipt relaon to the admission of
S toe eeatinthe Senate.
'i: the Htnne in advocacy
jo rerolutio
m oppone bthe joint resolution,
Untb this step were taken, there
Sieorat, and the men who furnished
the m and had held oce under
ei kbaee ud the responsbilities
SA rn leg tor. e could not, and would
tot# l vO,4 p~faruch a resolution.
)(p. .Ri 1FZe s tolowed in spport of
_ to ~ate s qans p hlg ta there was not
eOf t0 filed States, one
aioe e elrefe.reecord of devotion to
- ia se Patterson.
tetmemb.r of the eelet committee,
ttoetumntsanee of the Committee's
ialled togeher by saying two, if not
eraha. 6be ill eftertheir return
Md n ld' The rsporl had been prepared
gqtiman feom Illt ht0, (Mr. Waohburne.)
w ino tf ino Mt mph i. It wa a con
ynlt th part of the civl authorittee to mur
edayt.otfidieg partIe.
a, g bv eansr who asked now
e f.r a.a ap the government of
S , use. tenrible tlree days there
-4Smtredrenof unofihndleagniAdescn citizena,
eterera of nomeishnbeadiog the mob. It
a fd algnificance. It was
awl jtinetisens of those placos
w~e in in the overement, He did
t wonder that Mr. Shaakin should desire to
his friends ortht means were taken to
t. He whed to amend
Slated thatit ad been clearly ea
etfeeru, and moat of the
omloutrages, were regis.
i no cI ano¶ei law passed
tedthat he could well under
stand that of the friends of the
th old swear themselves
iiw ider the no fe nhis law and that it was
very poseible the worst met voted in Tennessee,
orat llteentainemph. But the recorder of
te oiy, who was the letder of the mob on that
peeaalos was the vice president of the Johnson
e_1Jo. niemphib..
The amendment proposed by Mr. Lefln was
M Sr.toked,. of, Tenesee, opposed the joint
reaonlonaaerlz thathe regareled the test oath
amlt iit' ilotp .Union men of the South,
iE ates ocrio.; , hle would rather freeze in hia
-e 4bvs .the, tet o.tohrepealed. He.could
ivote for tie resolation; e was ommitted
o'I dld not think. Congress abould
Ssrits, f the ts oat,1 If JKe Pat
, aw l the bath cosloientionusy, the
aided=.the gentlemen from Ten
aLgi tj ggdto the e lerk'a
.l,.! Fa m ung rtohave
sentto the c.ieC's dpek
se Hr. Stokes to John
r ' TeS, dated Liberty,
p gas oc
-"I hdbeufor the Union
lPaSfrsQ0O treoa.
'and out a neeerrloaeond
,bg M it waretter to
ý receig 9intdopeoo the Southern Con
a to aoe ejeo to forceathem hack. I
ay prl eo 'm military
1t etu·ia6=1 froulUus~
oa wain ,the. his Of 7e sel~a
lMr. Stokes admitted theft that was a genui:e let
ter, vcrery word was writ cn by him.
Mr. Eldridge would then like to know how the
gentleman in the face of that letter, could take
the oath, and suggested whetther it would not be
better for him, in order to take the oath wtthout
violation of conscience, for Congress to modify
the tort oath.
The speaker directed She assistant door-keeper
to remove from the galFeriesall persons who made
manifestations of approtation or disapprobation.
Mr, Eldridge remarked that he would be very
well satisaled to have the order obeyed, although
he had often had to submit to that sort of thing.
The speaker reminded him that the chairhad
always, on the gentleman raising to a question of
order, enforced the rule.
Mr. Eldridge remarked that the speaker had not,
some time ago, repressed laughter on the floor.
The speaker said it was impossible for a preesid
ing officer to restrain members from laughing.
Mr. Stokes said thatwwhile he admitted that he
was wrong when he wrote that letter, there was
not a word in it infavor of secession or separation
He went on to discuss rather discursively the
events of 1861, in which te took part, ending with
his being commissioned a colonel by President
Lincoln. He declared solemnly, in conclusiont
that he would never vote to repeal or modify the
test oathin any particular. He would maintain it
and protect the loyal men of the South.
Mr. Conkling opposed the joint resolution. He
moved to lay t on the table. The vote was taken
and resulted, yeas 88, nays 34; so it was tabled.
The Democrats generally voted in the negative.
The Senate bill for the admission of the State of
Nebraska into the Union came up.
Mr. Rice, of Maine, moved its reference to the
committee on territories. He would have been in
favor of the immediate admission of Nebraska as a
State, but for the feature in her Constitution which
disfranchised her colored population.
Mr. Stevens asked when the Constitution of Ne.
braska was formed.
Mr. Rice replied that it was in February, 1861.
Mr. Stevens remarked that that woas long after
Congress had indicated its will on that matter, and
that it was evideot the people of Nebraska were
not fit to come in as a State. The vote was taken
and resulted : Yeas 2 ; nays 52. The speaker
voted in the affirmative.
So the bill was passedand goes to the President.
MACHINERY.
BLAK aDIAMOND STEEL WOTKE,
PITIBURG, PA.
PARK, BROTHER & CO.,
-xawnrsoarmuns or
All Descrlptlons of Cast and German Steel,
EQUAL TO ANY IMPORTE OR MAINUFACTURED IN
THIS COUNTRY.
est qualltty Read CAST TOOL STEEL; SPRING, MA
CHINETY, 'B.OW, SHEET and SHEAR STEEL;
RAILROAD. SPRING and FROG STEEL; LOCOMO
TIVE AXLES, CRAE PINS, PISTON RODS, SLIDE
BSAS lIRE OX end FLUE PLATEeta
BrUnuc Wm-hue-o e
NOS n and...... aTtN MAR .... .fo. dand l
B.etwen Milk end BEoad street,
BOSTON, MAB.
OLIVER HUNT, Agent.
WEINTE'S IIMPEOVED PORTABLEI
CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
-wint
.Lane's Patent Met and Feed Works."
"We 'e loly eMal ottatile to our "IMPROVED
POETABL.RI% IULAR SAW MILL," with LANE'S
PATEST SET AlD PEED WORKS,, eomneof thopoeton.
lee Ideeefs e imdo tkenfor being e foIloe :
INt.-Tloe' letneeeoole end elrrligp seatin "eel"o dft
!ogbythoemnlattendilegthe Saw with Inglemotionof the
bhed, under adevo at none a sUmple e effetie, anOd in no
wise sbjet to brekg or deroemten-t-e log, of whatever
legth, koing. et It both ends one and the eamn t.onit of
tnme by the Swyer. ksebove statd; ndb nneet.nl.ni
formd In the thioknee of the p10k thrC.ughout, lnue..
d--Te bi n eel. net onl in the noumber of knds
ep ldabout toe nill, but Othe seh of that which i of far
Semore -e t i-wnt:- tI he ,o dlne of themlll
umeeotrll, oUateled, peehepe, k t i kethat in the
ettielg ue" a'nsOel reqiredh byother mlt we are able to
"en tbook." -tm" ee ad e et anoi peke Theus ae
opbkedtoo otthe lweoapfeeit piaoko i n single
manuteol eooeonted Sorl enput tthe st~ tt aw s al.
enonto.ile iyeene tel 'r timeexoepto) in
eotlt work fom mskeommt theitoek ininpln ni t ib
entloelp>omcata.int honkeei
h lpeelitr arrengemeat of the "Feed Wor"
wherebythe ,." ed "wet ened iee" lwaysnecidmlet to
the usual belt aruengemte I. voided, and inllee-o a iesto.
tetone -"'elfea.a.'nd "stoppig" fnlilngly cete.
11h--The eoheotnl enilper peo rportions of the Mil to
eher with its oamWonoLOtlone of Steel Stw Mandrel, '"Babblt
Metol, e.O P anOl d lSlfAdjusttlg Bowes" the feequent
cstlIron nupporte on the crrleg fPor Lhe log, nd the unusul
keenly of al1eh, a menong the other lutern which portle
lIrly c eharelolee oul'tll and which eeooe for it the nfat.
ingeadnlo.ten of he poeclcat.
Thee reerec. bee eooltot. We tret, to eilo. for our
Mil ell that Is requiree nod all that is akeld n any linltane
to oue fueren, oenemlPy : "oAn exemnation before pou
We ire, ver r7o'espeotuiey O.
General Commlalon eercbantle No. U40 Brodeway New mork
wIS. .--L"A ER PdATENT S.f WORKS" applied
elithfnlily to Mile of othrptr DINTON
in for the aboke 111,
.o. 63 Ciondelet steet.
DoWDKALL. HARRIS & CO.,
WASHINGTON FOUNDRY,
MOMOe and Machtae sIhop.
CORNERObF SECOND AND MORGAN STREETS, ST
LOUIS, MO..
- ' Manuacturer of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILsES.
SAW AND GRIST MILL MACHINERY.
Cirdalr Saw Mllk Qrarto Mdil, Tebaeq Scmw and
Ftasao, ILseI Kettles, Soews andS Cyluta., Wool Cardli.
MaheMtol, r Ml Saw MiII., eta., ee., metnttl on hand.
Agent feor thb sa. of JAMES SMITE S CO.'8 supmero
We an eapeedtermdotve derst So tay ofthe bve m
Smelt Moahlmy, eta.. and we10 Imlab than tfeseaaloa
datraG. LAMSE, QUIlILIM a00.,
IS Tehoepitoel seed.ted
See 0,1.. mnro...
No~arltoN-DAM L EDWARDS
Y~meda, XL, Yaaadmlthmewe attaa. t swa~e.s
Iraeltej.bl h lla"f apr ad Shee ts.a Waem, Blaek
Se~~das"PndehandFiiser TaGe ketah.
D=uM~mueD DORIs A 00.. aa
STEAM BOILER MANOIPACTUOENEL
Low ftase Looeaiet,., Road and Cylinde SMersm, Cload
pSee, Pester sandJukee Bor, mwad. Stho octotat o mmadB ~ ts~se
Valves, ~eta., eeetageandfe Sneileese s flarnew9t1
Idat., the eea,., St r
Ald Stetd r al in, be gI tled
poW d vetof ad m
.eet~t~twgekmtashlansdamaterial, bto y ina theeety
Skeet, bstta.Nete Dame ead .Ytta..
CONSOLTIEG ENGDINEE AND DRAFTSMAN.
Flas. Sod psdeSaeaeIS els m n.5R sittkd, ef Mashltay,
bevqeae ortfly IeetStltvt sad ýetlateaI~edsatlna ehehtheh
ewnditie and egtrttuahe of th. Ha~le ted Meeblemy
of Steamship San SteateemboatmS l be peomptly ftttheG.
Paesaeateemptnleetth~pe Pebehe of Steemabipt salt Steram
b.e~tew~eld dol mttebave them saaeIt.d bthe beytoa
Noeolty Iran Work..
O.SNDZOmtneL ..e
SHAYSPEARE IRONO Steed Kest, Nom 01..,n
(JOHN ISEDDEO-4OS. A. SRAKSPEAEE-4, SWOOP
Qeddes, sbelte. S poem *Em.,
Iea and rttardendee. and MMteInlet., meetfae es ere
MIII .tdf Eta 5-~~is Gate. Mtee, Dii[Mba.K 1 ahWlhe t.EerihWn S~toe w. Fas Cotonuae,
ehWtahl. ate. Sea e DtL " 0.
NO t NRIOSTREETRAylg M weete BaSE,.n
5rat55 No. IM Mauve [uNN,,esa SouatlE.
O1ROTLAE SAW MILLS, ST·ATIONARY AND
POBTABLN STEAM ENGINES,
Olen lsr ,Cfoee-Cd MItead Manle' swat Coos *a Wb..
Mor and8lII SEApp Ianta; M01 9I Palea. andl etg.
AS dealernt s of PISSSke Maebhaey and Seteelt.
Webesen.Sylrnea hnaf.Smwptet
CANE CANES, PLANTATION AND RODB WAGSONS
Etammbas heelsal Whabenewmo, eeetbw.Uenm lawnbose
W Jsb eoSltltt, WtedtSg. Tes
WS ban t aaaetle aeth meneta ePtaindetuegheee.
Phlse~ghIadetek Le.Oteadpeeassltade~eea~t teo,
eitleew.e~anpetesd teeo aetsi tarmy elew of mao ebh
-n masS Shenbi. taome. sdeliverm anymwheae aM e om
stulrna fr eeo hdabt. TEa P. EODLUT aC
r"e semt.et fto whasa data.., or to p)era heSr
Itmoewn, a.
DOODLE AND SINGLE BAREEL CONS,
35.s etoII the Pro.meo AmewrtoiYoh Maker.,
REVOLVING PISTOLS ef nit bleds- COLT'. tand ethee
SEOOYING TACKLE, SHOT, CAPS AND POWDER.
Per mPL. by TAYLR : C, HUORCH ILI,
It Magaba stLel,
sl~tatehthd M
- - I'.lhd LIAACI'X
NOTICE ........................O........ TI( 0.
FIRE. RIVER AND MARINE INSURANCE.
A. will appear by the annexed public~tion, the Subcri4er is
fully empowered to adjust lnd pay all LIII., wih the s41m
promptness that lis. sbaraokried our timeus Companies.
1. 1. FELL, Agent, 51 Camp street.
P. B. FELL, ur Agentt .4New. Oreans, Is fulhyld.toried
to adjust a4d settle 411 Lss 4s4.der P4ol4,4e. issued b1 him for
thi. Company, without referendato the Home O2..
1Siged] STEPHIEN CROWEILL,
Pres't Phoeoiz Insurance Company, New York.
0. F. BREBEE,?
General Aget Sec Burlty 1.. Comp247,N. Y.
JOHN D. COCKS,
Presiden4t ,4Attia In-soas C., B...44yn.
W1. A. SEAVER,
,id.,t Adriatic Ins uance4 C., N44 Y.k.
SEVENTEE2NTH ANU1AL STATEMENT
CRESCENT MUTUALINBURANCE COMPANY.
NEW ORLEANS, MAY 2 18k
The Tro.4oss, 4o conformity with 442 Charter, ..bmit t44
4222sw e statemet ofthe afs of the1Comp1ny o1 the 32th
dy of Apri, 166
F. Pre!uns............. $361,134 n1
M.,2 ". .................. . 6, 12.4919
--$41,07,29416
A294t If Earne. P,.ml.44........ . 02564.1 44
Loese paid and estimated:
Flre Lop0e4 ........................... 6 943 06
hi.e Lenes........ . 794. 6 05
Riverl, se ... .................... 249,2419
Paid discount I. lieu of scrip.......... 79,76 67
Pa Tus........... . .. IE 12 34
PaiM ..I.,..n............. . RN?,90 21
Profi t14d Lo., I11te1.2t. 0.1.14 X.
pauses, Stamps, les Dl2c414 etc..... 149,160 4 0
N4,Pr4lt7o .............. ..· $267,761 2
Amount of Premius to participate 42
ScipDipidend.. . . .. $104,7110N
The Company have the following lasses
Notes srdby motggs...................... $20,44400
LI loplpedge ofstck 4 ....................... 99.194 49
.9141. $.able ........................... . 91,111
al 2121244................................... 240,9020
Inve.ted.124 42010414 4 d CIty Bnds........ .. 72,00690
Invted.4BankStook............................ 99,50100
For4gn and DomesticScp Bdoh Scrip ALpA..out.... 23.254429
V.llettD0y Dock Compayp...... .............. 1,87200
Do pfor 1 premiums sf cctio.............102549 11
04ho4424d,..4........................ . . 0267,49222
907,180 90
Th .Company will pay Intei t 2 t per ent 424424ah on .11
ItsOutstad 04g 044rt 4422 21S44p42 1f2po the gal bolde1 1 the
,4 an an afterthe secnd Mo4da4742July a
Th. Bo$1.1d of T..rustees 421. alsodeclred Ip D4,142nd2o
B1XTY9persea. on the44.24ed2pr4.4 2m 1 enttled to p..t2dpa.
tl2 f the year ending Aprl 940 1816; far wh1.h c22214104te2
20114242.2.444444.142.44th $.t M..day I2 August..4 o4t
THOMAS A, ADAMS, Preidet.L
$SAM1EL. H. KENNEDY.Vi42 Puesidd.
10292 V. Os.., Secetary,
Trust,..
T. et The.A. Adms, SmuelH. Kennedy,
C. T. B 4.d2. . 9.4ae.41 n.0.44
Simnel B. Newma.. A. 04th44
P. H. F.oley Was. Edw4..,M
J.A NormanJao4kon, A. G.Ober,
A. Thomson. A. ..Re2d4ng4
LOIOYAN M VI1TUAL IEN4UsANIO
COMPANY,
Cowser of Csmp sd Erovler .treets.
TWELFTH ANNUAL BTATEMENT.
In conformity 14th 61.. r.eeqskont. of their charter, the
Company, publih the following statement :
Total p1emium for th. yes...ndi6.g Pb p 66.
2 66.................................... : 6..93464
VIs.-P1,P6olo ............... ... 06,49 '8
K..1ePrms................. 166.7071
Bfvr Premiums .................. 360,661 46
661 P~e. 4s. 60,6145 61 s
9403,654664
Len Ee. 66omi ............ ...... 43,810 0
L.n bseorud Premium .. . 51.660 00
N0. Esosed P.,,41......... .......... 1348061 61
Loam FW~D.
P..Lo 61....................... $66,66.44
66.ar0nee... ................. 161,36664
RIser Loss..................... -41198 66
9412.906668
E41...s s~ee;. 6,2645
0. mr4noe .............. 0....... 60,944
Geren" Expenses, Taus, Interest and
Pro.1 4nd Lo....................... 140,91613
8 404.046 7
4.t Profe............................ 344,0168.0
The Company have the following 642.0.:
Ino..4.d I. Rosi Estate....................... 907,66618
I66..4ed0,6,Mort.ga. in 041064. 54.24180
In6ted Oinl y ..oth6r Bonds.................. 101,60400
In ted i. Bck Stoc6s.......................... 106,1180 0
Iaw42dIn Socp of Insuranc Com4nie. ........ 1194.4644
L.420d on Pl1dge................................ 16,400 00
5064oble................................ 66,40411
PIemiums in 0ee4 of 0ectm................ 167,401 12
.on ..................... 166.4054560 600.61 164,49 91
$877,666561604 P.6106.
The above statemento a last, true ad correcttranscrip
fr.m the books of the Company.
CHARLES BRIGGS. Presdent.
1. P. los.. sec.41..7.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
P1am. 0. O4,20.. 04TY 07 0. O50xi68
Boos to. an .4ubserb.4 b6.66,66..42i0440th dy o6f.M.41h.
1866. 6601ON0 KEUNITE.
T hir. Jul.0, T of24.. .... 6.4P1. the rshof Orpl01,
The Beard of Tustew have reolvedto declare a Scip dfvi
dead6of sh1rty-b, peer D4.5 o4 e net e1 ed parti.p.pting
peeoluee for th6 . y .4rdlny. g 66 February. 1066, for .hi.6
.u1600teee wll . b0lu.d on and aft.r the3 day of July
Th. Scrp O.661.ee4. 4...d for the 76ar 1889.6ll16...
domeed. s1.. slspee 2654.1nter4t on 0.l outstandling 06.606.
rot., of Selp ill b. p.Id an th4 "m0,d Mondaj of 6 y
1866,-0 theholdes theeof, r ther legl repesenitives
ORAILEI B$4000, Presid4nt.
A. OABB3612. VIc. PresdeInt.
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Ob..Igp B3.ggs, A.1hild Montgomrsy
Ast. O...6ee, H612y.J. V...1
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Masw Fachr, E. Maques
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A. R. Kolntgoeey, W. A. VIole,1,
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A. P.,1obl0,6 H1gh M.Donai4d
George W Danbor, Harlow J Phelps
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George W. Hy-a; Henry H. Bryan,
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NEWSPAPEE ADVERTISING0 AGSENTS.
No.. 4540.1. .6.6414.4 66 60.44 d stre4, Louisvi12, Ky.,
1.6441 P66.6.4.4.
1I ED)ICAL.
SCHENUK'S SEA-SwEED TONIC,
-ANo
MANDRAKE PILLS,
e The Sen-Weed Tonie In a Stlmulant,
AND NONE OTHER IS REQUIRED WHEN IT IS USED.
IT IM PURE AND PLEASANT.
rNO BAD EFIECTS LIKE WHEN UBING1 BOURBON
WHISKY,
W£DALL TBOOSECRETIONS.L URNSUOE1.OT..B INON
w ATER, DROPS Y uro IN TAN MR a
THE SEA-WEED TONIC PRODUCES
LASTIG RsE$YLTS,
r THOROUGHLY INVIGORATING THE STOMACH AND
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM AND ENABLING IT TO
ELIMINATE AND EiAKE INTO HEALTHY
BLOOD THE lOUD WHICH MAY BE
USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
IT IS S0 WONDERFUL IN ITS EFFECTS
-THAT
-A Wine Glan Faull will Digest a Hearty Meal,
ANDA LITTLE OF IT TAKEN BEFORE BREAKFAST
WILL GIVE A
M TONE TO THE MTOMACH
H WHICH FEW MEDICINES POSSESS THE POWER
OF DOING.
The MANDRAKE PILLS may be thken with entire safty
by ll and oldition produolng ll the. ood resouls thlt
n obied m heýipdrom Coemeel or any othner Mecurial Medi
cines, and without any of their ohrfMl or Inluraioe reoults
They carry out f th a'.catem tho fdeulent an wor n-out mo
te., Iooened and dissoloved by my SEA-WEED TONIC.
11 Dr. Samuel Gilbert'. PreparatEons.
Sthe last twenty-ive years, in the treatment of
CHRONIC DISEASES,
Ithe .mo.at cratlive Medical Practice in thSoth as at aist
51cowsented to allow several of his most esteemed remedies to be
SIprepareod and sold As proprietary mediions. This resolution
N bis. been engendered by the repeated sollcitatio of those who
Shays bxoprlned theb benefit of his remorkabo e professlion
N l.4 and by the impossiblity of giv1ng especal attentlo0 to
1soeach or the written applicatioons made to him for prescription
Hby those whose peconiary cihoumotance, or buo.in.u hablt,
I preclude the possibilityo of applying In person toi.
The Publle
May et aseured that the manuflaturere spare neither plans
nor eapense l he prepration of thee ramedte. h'e are
made of the eery bet mediclneu know, inth ghly csee.
Crted form, upon strictly elaentlele prineciplee.
Dr. Samn el Gilbert'. General Altentlve
Acte directly upon the Glands and Mucous MembrnRes-tlm I
leting them to addltional activity In the natural ftctions of
ellminating from the Cireasting FPlulds the usual Effete
(and in disease, Morbid) Matters, ad explling them through
the Skin, KEdneys, Liver, and Atimeetary Canal from the
System. It is, therefore, adapted for the relief of Chronic
Diues affecting those orgen, and of the mucous membrane,
eUnin them, seuch
ERUPTIONS, TETTER, ULCERS, SCROFULA,
JAUNDICE, GOITRE,
CHRONIC INFLAIFATION- OF
BLADDER AND UTERUS,. ETC.
It e particnulrly usefub in
SUPPRESSED MENSURATION,
HEREDITARY TAINTS, SYPHILIS
And maladle aring from long continued ee of Calome
Blue Mses. Corrosive Subllmste, Fower' BSolution, Donoret 's
8luttlon, and other preparations of Mercury and Arsedle.
Dr. Uamuel Gllbert's Tetter Ointment
Is a most ecellent preparation for the cureof that ls.etf
maldies usually termed
DISEASES OF THE SKIN,
and which are popularly know as
CHRONIC ERUPTIONS, TETTER, PIMPLES,
BLISTERS, SCABS. SCALD-HEAD, MILK-CRUST,
RINGWORM, ETC., ETC.
It wl also kill ITCH and otherlocalvermln which prey tpon
the Ski It softens and detahes the exrementltious mattemr
deposited upon the skin; helas the Cracke, Blisters and Plm.
plea, and renders the cutaneos surfee smooth and pliable. It
heeeen used by Dr. GILBERT, with most satisfaEctry reult,
for many year It is offered for sale, in thie style, from the
arm convictetn that it must necesarly meet with the hearty
approbation of those who make use of it.
Full directions for the method of ucing thete remedies, a
Splain and accurate description of a number of the diferent
vdetrie of Skin Diseases and many rvaluble suggestions in
regard to their cure, will be found printed on circular accom
panying each packhge. These euggestlion are the fruit o
most ample elprinel acquired by Dr. Samuel Gilbert during
Shs extraordinary professional career n the treatment of this
clase of dseases in the cities of Memphis, New Otleanes nd
SNew York; and will, itie etpetedenable mo t unprofe.ronal
Spemon to treat their own caes with much gester success than
that which usnally falhto the lot of ordinary physician
Dr. earookash'e Bsrespartlla Compound,
For the Speedy and Permancet Core of
Liver Complaint, Scrofula, or iengs' Evil, Dyspepeis, Dropsy
Nesclt Eplepsy, Ecrsipelas, St. Anthoy's Fe,
iimplee, Putule, Blotche, Bolls, Tumors, 8alt
Rhecm, mUlers and Somre, Rheomatlee
P in I the Stomach, SIde and
Bowels, General Debility,
Ub terine Uleeceratl,
Syphils
-And
MERCURIL DISEASE,
And a11 Complainte artlng from or Malting In
IMPURE BLOOD.
SIt i double the strength of any other SarB ptlla Compoty d
Sthe macet, and is indored by the Medical Faculty a the
BEST AND CHEAPEST BLOOD PURIFIER E TAN?.
Reed the following commendation from Dr. Abbott, of Bos
ton, Wldely known as one of the most succeefed practitioners
in the country:
Bostox, Dee. 4 18t
DR. R R KNIGHTS, MELROBSE, MASACHUSETTS
Der Str-I have used Dr. Larookah's SrcmpartlH Com.
pound in my prctice reral e eee years, and afer h careful ob
servatton of its effects, I do not hesitate to say that it is, it
my opinion, the SUREST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST
REMEDY for SCROFULOUS and SYPHILITIC DISEASES
that hse ever been made available to the medical profession.
Fraternealy your, K Y. ABBOTT, M. D.
Price, 1 00 per Bottle.
-Prepared by
. D . I R. KNIGHTS, CHEMIST, MELROSE, MASS.
DR. LAROOL4.H'
India Vegetable Pulmonlee yrups
Omu Conghe, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Athma, CO
of tecrh, Bronchitles, [Pan In the Side, Night Sweats,
Hoeasen., to which Pnble Speakers d SBlegen
e liable, Consumpton In it early istges
aend all Dieasese of the Throat
and Longs.
Indoredby the highest medial authority, elergymen of
every denomination, utho, editors, pefeon It our varotus
Scolleges and by many of our most emintnt public men.
Containig no opiUm, It I. adpted to every age, and may
he used without fa of the dangerous reuidte which lfollow the
eofln yofithe (begh Preptetloe. of whichopinm and
ea. aeeethe bea
-ttSe rom Hon. 0. W. Gooch, Member of CoUgres from
SMesescheetts :
DR IL K KNIGHTS-Dear S1irI have eed Dr. leroo
A Ss yrusp in my mllly fo.tx yme., and have fond it an
lteat remedy for Coughs, Colds, hore Throat and al Con
aptvn Compaintlt etc. I h rae recommend it to Mvere l
,Made,whohae received rep t beneft from ite am
GIVE IT A TRIAL
Ptrlee 0 cents and Sb per Bottle.
DR. I B. ENIGHTS, Proprietor, Melrose MYu ahuetts
DBMAS. B.RNES ICPO., New York.
BARNEe WARD A CO., New Otm
B ULILKL ET'i ................ UILIO.LIIMS'
PUPTENT LU MBER D RYLER,
1UPERRHEATED STEAM, WITHIIOUIT PRESPURE, WILL
SEASON LUYMBER lN FRO 9 TO 4 DAYS.
Important Invention for Seasoni0nlpouoo
It rrlli aeaeon Lumber at an average cost of $1 per 169 feet
It Will *ouoo Luombar more thoroughly, od 0heck it l
tan any other prooce
It isu deo, do tthe wort quloker. cheaper, and better than
any other proeso..
The expense o . Kilo 0 a Right it wlbhin the reach ol
IL coats so to dry ooot the water in Lumber, than to bawl l
twenty tlies.
NO NECESSITY FOR UBINGO GREEN LUMBER
The Lumber coma froom the ,team ready to be worked t0
Smediately.
The coo of chanogiog common Dry Air KUlo into a Steam
Kiln, or of erecting a new Kilo and the price of a Right, are
oft.. .tood in a yea by this proceo.
No used of keoping large stocko of lumber on hand. It coste
loam to doy lt by this prOes than the interest on Lh prioe wolh
drying in the bor.
Carpoiers,. Coopers, Cobioet, Carriage, Bash, Boor and
BlondMnooofoloouroo, Ooners of Planing Mobhino., to .Mllo,
and adliho wish toddy lboober, should be in pooo..,io of the
Right to this looention.
A common 001t Al, Ko0 can be changed lnto a S1am Kilo
fo,.,olloopeo..
This process ie now to ol In the Co shops of the Peo.yl
vts.lo Coott al No0York Central;AIIoto .0 and GrOot W30
ern; Chicano and North W,.lto; CLhagol, Alton tod 01.
Loouie: Illouis Central; Chicago, Burlington and Qulnoyý
t MeblolgoCentral; Toldo md Whbash;oSdodkyB Datoooeou
Ci .i.a ti; 0nd other Rai'road Oompanies. Al",o by many 00
the 1-tafrt oreoo ol Coos, Carriages, ashb, Doo,; and llonds.
Ag oi0Otiral IO00ooOeattc..o thohoorobodo the United States
()RAI, FLUR kt~t, ICK,, VEGETABLES,,
TOBACCO, WOOL, PAPEO, BRICK, SALT, ad other
shot too are dried by thrinprocess.
A toot of the Dryer allowedhbefore psyiog oor the Right, by
paying for t0he dr00iogo and 001,oicrtouuol
Forfrhriooloioormation, oddooys
JOBEPH FRY,
Box 003. Poolotlc°, New Orleano, I..
From the Washinogton Naoy YPrd.
WoaoioooroS No,, YAoR, Feb. iI, IdOL
To Wo. 01,00,, Esq., Constructing Eogineer.
Bir-We bhoe t10 of Buloley', Lumber Dryers 10 operatoot
In thiobi d. We50av0 made thorough tests 00 the process
We wigheo aond0gaugad n and 00at the follooin sample0 1 ,
lumber, vio. Five Wfhie Pino Plonks,
1631No. 1. W, nishllo 0010,, Il.,,,iabd 00t 10 lb.; ganged in
ganggeda;~ijs out 14.(
0o. 2. WHelgio, 0n 0ho; weighed 0nt 57 I,; gauged
6d51R lnchna, ganged ant l(K
No. S Welghod io00 ND. weighed out 007 I; ganged in l5b
bnches, gauged out 14l5-l&
No.0. Weighed l, 18 ID, welghed ont 6 IIs; gaougd in 15;
Inches,, ga0ge0 out 1103.
No. 6. Waibhetlio 1 No, weighed out 5, me; gauged is 150
inch.., gangedl out 14±t.
No. 6. A ,reoo black Walnuolloard weighed In 1 Is, 00t 91
I~s' ganged In 17 5.16 Inches, out 16 p.
oo. 7. A blaoL Walnut 5,rd roshhodlotS9 I, o0t 38
Bs gangedlin 11, itches,. 0011,1.
0. S. AoAsh plank 1ý 1nches,01 years l n yard, weighed In
77 Ih, out 7; gangoed 16 iobnches, out !1(d.
No.09. A Pine pia o2 5 6 incheb.. years i yard, weighed
ln 98 Ims, out 9l; ga7Red i¢ 16 Inches,, out 6.
o, 1. An old 010 boo0dgag~oedlin S1s inch1, gaoged out
00.00. Anold drhoard, 1% inch thik,, ganged In 12%
to inchesoa ngned out 12Yinhes.
No. A green tukL l3. Inch thick, was cut Into three
o pieces.l anh oneof thel ooic,0ae o1t 100.h day. Oneola
,1 e inches wide, srunka gnrtorof a las ln 5 hor. T
place which remained under fire three sod a half days shrink
Do morethan the one which . oin the o, n only 48hoo.e.
The bhrloha, seems to be taken out by the shperheated
steam bolfrs the molaturo la all gone.
This l(mher was, easooed n, 1ess than four days and ,,omso o
bright and foll of life as thoht air dried lumber.
0- e consider these Kln, of great advantage to og th yard. .od
of belieoethopr nooo to DloJus w ha hao boong nelde. It
wll o,,oe aIlthe trooble about dry luooht . We thlok the poo
00 c00ba1ed opon thebight p1nel00pl .-. and economiocl.
I. B. DOWNING, Moot,, Joloor.
;b C. oWoI1.O00Fonoouo.
tL A. IT0oLl ooorterm0t.
0 I beliveth0,,stOoOmO stet forth 00 the abohe ogot0lea
tl to bhe correctiystated, and the ebpeerimOnto to~. been o
0000tes1t. .ooooo. N. F. BROWN, Navy ,gen0.
e Thholo erment as h bove reported are ootlo
tory, ,nd a 000e bh o them to he oorreol, .tated.
Chief . Booeon of Nary Yards and Dock,.
L. W. P. B, OANGER,
Etglto00o.oCbhiellO Napy Y~oto'oo DockI.
From H. Oh. H. Webster,
Ms-ofcoourero of Barrel., El!e0borg Casotl, New Yorkt
We have I0 1ee0t0o.of0,tl010y'0 Patent Dryersh Tbey art
perfectiy eatlxfactory. We can save the coat of the Dryers to
It ,i..t lone each yer we tae n of them
from W.H. 7oergI003.
Msnt01000rero ofBarrel0, BOlllpolo., Oh1.
The Dry Kiln built under the direction of yooo Agoot for
as00oolng Otae, hoe bees, 1 const~ooto a,10 L 100.0,1.
, ofoooooio..oolnu Itally.,wll 000 claoeim for it. I ,ould
0* *hont too o~ny green staves those patrly ,eooad, know
!saya sag n.I. fe say., at eU ex npense, have to w et!
From Howe d:Jam.,,
Soih, Door and Fishing Mill, 1012 Beach street, PblIadelphb.
We boo, been uiog RBolkley's Patent Lhmber Dryer fo
of ,,,,oolmonth.. Wo 01nd0.100000l odispe.sable, u.0 ,ohould
not h,,, b00n 5601,0/ oar oO r wihout It for 1 e phep few
month,. In oit oplobon it itl0 01t' sy to thorooghlyoM..o
lumberih. 0 aaoao.bl. time. 10d ,e belivoo the 1umber so
dried4,1,0 no1 0 y 100nred by th, pratoo.
From J. H. Sohomo, ker,.
Piooo Maker, Pbolbdolphlo.
Test madeho BoIkhley' Patent Lumber Dryer: One pi0,0 o0
Pine board, 004 Iobh irde. 13 Inches thick, weigllot 6 8. 4
00. I0, 0 0d gaug0d 0ut 12 5.16,10t 6 ounoes in weight. This
lumber sa dried in the yard three pea.0 and 0 e year 0 n 0 ob
air kln by m0 . I recommend this pooomo to ail oooufoctrer,
From Moore & Cam.pioo..
Philadelphba.
Tent made by Bulktly'. Lnmbr Drye,,o! two plnes of black
Walnutnch oirdl., one ii toh,. .ide, about iilfldry, ,bruok
7-1t Inoh i. idthll: one Inctho, wide, f dry s it oould he
.ad ., hruuk !,, Inch in wldth. In our opinion. tbI, poxo..
totak. mii,. .lol..lk.g, out of tho lumber thou say other. and
does not Wojre it.
Test. !lade at the Shope of the Pen.Cylvatoo
OCetral BI.I...od VomproyAltoooo., Po.
Iv order to ,,it, a test of 16.6. q's Patent. Lumber D yer
the 17n 8116flled 14 h cherrl y .1, poptar, pbf, oak od bloo
shltt, and 19tt1 6ol forty hour. the t 6 bt r came from the
kiln perfetoty Heaaoied.
The foliity boinds or tumber iere weighed and gauged
when put it the Oti. and also when taken out:
A 2i4tnc pine sylIt tohw.g. d I I me., weig4ed out 46 me.;
gaoged in I7 36.16 luche h i g to Bed o oog16
A inch. sh ploy hkeighed I. 7 1D.. elighed ot g 9]ob.d.t
gApiad in 1l io. in to li gauged out t t 11 .
A inch black 810i62plank weighed n t7 Bk, weighed out
634Is ; g hied in I4( 7nche, gauged oout 1 74
S1tS Ii cherryl ibterdf . gange In 16ot Io.t s gth.ed ou
. DPiece of oa N ,ell S8 IDst C. 6
300. tl. MblA-IlnD, topo Mo'atto.Po. ott Mooto8.toy
iMi o t bob t 7.
,.o Iod nt.t mtlo.P..,spe .11
Agne bou d (pe916otI gr1n) eitd i
6734 tnand w ti only In the kL trenty .BYB The lumber
came from the kllu ready to wvork.
The teats wers oerlecllJ satisfactory.
J.DtO1Ltil1. P A A. ATrintndt Cr Department.
F.O. P. .AID, Bup't .otive Power and M.ch.nery.
The practicat of ration .f B Cikley mbe. Dryer Bo
A bhoootogbe eat,. to.. -set forth tt thep rtBlkty' Pft otr
LobyDt. tb.. 10. qo.Iitt r~tO tboytbo.oo1
Lsird sad Yr, Levan, huperintndants of M616, oiv Power and
0. Departments
THOMAd A. SCOTb , Vice Prold t.
From C. F. Allen
SBuprintendent of Wood W0ork. bod bOu Sopt, tO hag, Bur
o..t p, o nd p,,b sy 1oo 111.6b A41 oo. oot
A .4 thoro.gh tees as ool, a1Mt.ty shop..f B..ty'. Patent
Loa.berDryer. Ith, s the qHoitM oftttorougoy seboning
the lumberN safety from lote, m" Blmoo.t otbtpel. 6o NY
Itded, h nd bot1 dg the lu mbo In " short spi4 e o. bime. "4.h
forthotr doe to tothi tot s hat the lumber wee dried in
foe, due olog far Is, o ee fuel per day than we had formerly
Geed per day when the lumb.r assMad two to H ont wees,
tnd the lumber '_ moreothoyottlo 0,101. BoIn t.4
Tbe dred heretofore, and thatl, No ho,. any ch 00.11
From Wllba m inntiaoion
Foremtn Neo Yoro Cyntra yit lroad Bhopt , H. . rn, NI. Y.
It othobeen t groat k lpt tody IgCobidetltb b..Plt e
drying lumber 61orln Doe.
From B I. J. aysO
W 4perlnt1.11. t of Mp cteri i Botop Central ttflrotd.
The Drryer work. 9,611618 2121yWe have recently built
another tlnthnd sha1!d .. b h0. seWer.l more,
Brom. . CMibe,
L SpperlntevdenE of Oaer Deptr of Ylchlggn 0466,81 Railroad
Frmm 1everal yea- experteoee with H. O. B06 67 22 sod
othe method., 54blnltyohg.lumbor, I oon cheerfully ro.od
mend this . the b loat 16 u...
From t p o.ey, dmith ta oy..
Oar toild H Dayton, Ohio.
We deem the process ethohly iell adapted to tfok.nd hard
00mber, andof nll dimensions; the time rsIred [or dryk o
varyinggwith thekind and thlckneae Wefi61d ii lrpanlnwba
From Dean ft Eaton.
O)ar Buildero, Detroit, Mtchlera
home 6.34 by 1bt 1nch green oat , for car tr*Ht as thid 1.
three dtt more than It wold hetenifit htad bt1 n year
red a hlhfI sWet opn tt. Wt 07hav mi d i thtbootgh ttetsand
fin Bd the bambr date not ehrivk a patflel after coming humm
Ithe kln.
SF.rom W..0 letlk Co., .
Bit- Car Builders blob.and SepatOrtraors, Do , Bhotil., tbt_
PoeandHpubooq P..iio.Oh
The Inmber come. from the ki ln ati riady to Pwort. .rom
taste made we are 6.0166 d that the hbLnkage Is taken ant of
the o hber before the mootture t. all gone. i It. te oi the
il...Tyii so frm and tough, and olbttptihle th a very excel
.enlt lb.Iy..0ltoetlltr onvince th1 t heiat. d Wo onlohwa
of thoroughly seaeoning lumber.
From WSauderlgo & Mall,
Bu.1dere and M86umctutrere of lash. DOORs and Blind., Ship
toniP urPy, tt
It have in operation t ono.l tottdtoit Patent Dryers. It
aorks atbr.c-tiau . Vi o made a I ,inch door, Ih .uly out of
nmber wethoughtL dry. It stood .tthe tdp until December
nd tast thbn in gyode ordi. W*. put In the kiln and in one
day M t shrun3oto , ofn uch. Wh then pot it out in o r th ooO.
s ,ell h( but C.011 .01t discti any polo.btnn I. W4 e 0. . had a
lot y dry white pibot plytk under cover two yeh , .nd N.
-brook8-18 of 066 inch each plank.
From Sanger Air Casey,
M1ootitsta te POtto I7.op, Comml, Mt..r',, 0e,. olbto.
It far excels all other modes of dry686 lumber that have ex06e
Ander our obotrvat 01.-1 regard 14 simplicity, 66.8762p8 of
aconstruction, small 6mouut ofCe ogle aftyta
danger by fire, 666 el6.Ion6 I. seaaoniug 616 drying !amber
to the center, and to an almond incredibly short spacs ·Itlma
From C. .40 h ttod 0 Ce ,
Manofactrer. of the Buc.eye Reapor and Ptoter, Ct ton, O.
We have dried a k03 full of poplar. ah .nd wi.oot yn thre
days The Oumb.0 coh. tofom the kln.Ht. all ryOhwork. 2e
..reo fully 4.y. Tbd w 1th the p6Obo.t
Froith E. Ball .
Manuofcttrer of Ohio Reaper and Moer, Ct.TIe., Ohio.
After thring about three days. and M~sqgo lot ppa.le gts
theno cord ands halftof b ooo l.e openedk the 010. ottor
Stestingg the lumber In every p...Ible way, we here prononneed
it Derfectlyseuoned.
SFrom Thomoa Yret A Co.,
Moootooturr.o ot Bokoe 10.0,00.4 Bo op..l. .........1.
agU-r Y .14, 8 og.ol 1Tok.16
We have need the process betrwo two and three years.
drying rom +8.000o °x,0910feetper year. 1t is 6616rma no
T.ctoon that l tmbtr 1t. oal ..strong o then dried In the I oo
...ttdtintfouttt.oTh Proc404 .bIs pa l.a k toa 8b826.. .t
NoFrom Smith, Bepte. N Co..
Yanufacttrers of .9. 66116681 im1=1"I!:' . 7406666.o
W osdrtimehdo r g a -28time and fuel, besides having tba ork done in a Mut morn
"w1.666 1J manner.
From B. 16 Howared.
Maenufacturer of Howalrd'. Improved 166.768 , Mower av
eThe Dryer 6.w Polly answered youar rapllan adatfono, I bars
ra snsd glW !aol 6Io2, green u6. k 66 tree 6172, with
.boat one cord of s wt ood for I furlly tecommend
I For 17126.6, wH~l W °68800666,New OrkLeoa,1
Illths 41)IC( A I.F
TeII( LI hXItt TON ADVERTISER.
On tlhet15. dCy t i e at InNOlllh tele ult.gned wil e e om.
reuri., i wnlhot olwnu: Esilngton, the publication ol • WsRiy
ludependm.t t, uRll 7
Our tuow sitd county ar much in nsed o' ouch a dealdet
nto and t we look e oerh h.e:l6lnel ce to e the ordl aupott th
The culunmn of the AD)'EItTIRER .III ho open for the ben.
fit of any ePsreant I(wheo.e vew d not tollgiate ais net the
intritetlof te comnmuilt at Iige, l r6.4let ol the put
politicl fuornA tera that held ime s I*e ulvotme.
Terms of aulcrlption, to Iw paid in ,Wdvd., or epos receilp
of thh l 3 e numbe,e
liberal inducements to adversing are offered
Candidate win pleas hnd It their names for cu oslmel
In time for the Int impresso. . ,Jt HO.110040606
Leeleam,. _te., RS. 7, I80.
THE OEETNSBCRO JOUPUAL,
OREEnSBURO, LA
.y, J. T. Methylere.
TERMSi OF THE JOURNAL
RATES OF SUBSRCRIPTIO--The Journal will bepeb
Ihubdevery14ldeymtloreing. ige SpereInuumnet. eee. No
eubcription takel n for a sime r pee od than sie monthh
RA'I E O P At)VER -1 1a--Ylr-t nsartion. per Hlars of
ten liels. or Jes., $1 ; e tabh ebqlnt Insttealn, anl
Llberal ter. gtunted to those who e otie by the ye , or
halfBye.rly, etr, or
Simple unt ' etmette of Marriage. and Deathsineurted
free; but Obit'riC will be chargedt for s advertlele
merts
AllI c.,mmuttctltin. in order to receive attentilm, mst be
weortpe tled with the nutae or ti writer.1
Wic troplesc to o L buslnett on a ctrb siltem, Nd ae trust
our friend. ill not nsist u o our vr ig trm Ithe rule.
ANNOUYtIIEtETS OItIANtUIUAT .E-Ftr Lest and
District oe14B , $10; for Parsh ruicee, S5--t yel hin a
THE OOTH.WEBTEBN-
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Editor and Proprietor
TIIE BOSTON POST, KNOWN TO THE WHOLE
1country e tbhe twaveng advocate of DEMOCRATIOC
PRINCIPLES, men and meetree, for tetely forty yIet-the
ttcestan t supperter of tlttt Rs igLht in the Union, and now eth
advocate tof the speedy reteettton of al the Sttee tt ttier een
etitutiul relationes as members of the Federtl Government,
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eorrespondenceead ittt ll generae arrnngeeetm for ewe thet
it may furntdah It reade with the tearlitet and fElleet loforme
tieonon ll subjectst, erommtrtttl, political, tmsletlltsi os and
Uterary,l foreign tndll domeltec, to be obtfened. It deele to
renew the intercourse wit its outher frieds the wa lter.
rupted, and to extend its tireultion wherever ite Deemoertie
and Cottervative advoeeey of the equld right. of the Stte st4
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Advertiements, whiech will bte inserted at reasoeblte rata.
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... . d4. Congeseet e, et._ . ...ce
DE BOW,. NATIONAL REVIEW-WILe
D e published moutLhy--I1 to 120 pages, octave.
Termt-St par teeu
I. will be en inttumbl .work for th.e me.eht, me. .fatle.r.
ebanker, prtlfel..onl man, apitaliet and eitlen eeking inloI
t motion on great national subjects in every village tbte ad
Id eItyin the teUnion. Thoe de[riAg informtl t itn Inel-d h th
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IPan tPhi; work, as the editor nnnovocee that subject to be ot1 of
,rorllioaet eonelderttine in hle euture ih es.
Armone the recent noittcee of the press., the followingto,
Iscted frum the New York Eenml Poest of recent adte:
SMr. De Bow's ctapetty as na statistician wo never deaed
r by his blttret oppoenete, and bi thorougb h knowleldge ofthI
i Souther. States, andlong tidy• of the mining, mnuftieteent.
Scommercltl and agriculturail itereste of th le whletettly.
willm ..t hi. Reew n lanhli to ail sectintus"'
STriE ADVERTISER. L
VERMILLIONV]LLE, LA.
OMeial Journal ot thIe Prish of Lvtayette.
Publehed Eee. S. tetrdav by Wm. B. e;.d
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of dollar for tech tubsegueut insertion.
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THE LOUISIANA B APTIST.
BY WELLS A MO.RRLL
Mcunt Lebnon, La
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iines; they will be chrlgee for t ,thaer advertiesLenl
3larr age notice, pnblc meetings, card. of heak. ate, to
be said for at thle r.tes m, ,other Id-ert ementl.
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THE LAND WE LOVE-A MONTELY
Deroted to Lltertar, Agriltrse and Iseneral Intlligene,
and Iomprdalng Bport. of Battle., Incidents and
Asnedotes of the Late Wars, never
before pEbll.shed.
y Sea. D.. H.ill, late of the Soualthern Army.
PROPRIETOBS-J. P. IRWIN, D. H. HILL.
C. hOso , N. C.
T esus-We propose to publih a Magazine, oentlnloag from
ixlty to eighty pa.es of the sne of thoe e1t BlRkolaodaE Ml
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will Justly the undertaking. Tho cash subscribers not to pay
toll .n.r tl rpectt, M,, the arst numher.
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OCcial Journall of the City of Jckson--r)lcalll Journas of
thes 81tate--OCci Journl fIr tIe Publcatlion of
the Laws of the Unitd StatesE
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JAMES J. SHANNON, Editor.
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