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amekican- DltOOKVlLLLMN I. ' FRIDAY. 0CT0E2K 14, 1853. ADIEU. I have sold the Indiana American. yij connection with it closed with the last number. Titos. A. Goodwjj, it il proprietor, editor and publicher. Aa I am not old enough to fiht my battles over again, il U therefore need lesa to recapitulate the storms and calms of the last twenty-two years. The best sod longest portion of my life, has been devoted to what I hare honestly con- . ceived to be the best interests of the people, and in sustaining this paper. 'With the talent and industry I cu!d command, I have Jone the best I could. ' At least'no regrets now mar my petce. ', Plain of speech, and always feeling the spirit of a freeman, I may have frequent ly run serous the feeling and interests of others. I may have erred, but I acted at the time, by the best light before me, . and tbe lapse of years gives &10 no rea son to recall what I hava satJ. ' My toriat career has been long, and the re trospect is pleasant. In all probability . I shall never resume it. For twenty two years, without cessation for even a - week,' I have ' published a Weekly 'Newspaper. A generation bis passed away. No ruler (n either Repablica, Monarchies or Kingdoms, now occupies the placo he did 22 years ago. Revo lutions have overturned governments, ' and time has buried a generation ;n the totab. Storms and tempests have awept oyer the commercial and political world, and while many a noble bark has gone down at seal here and there strange and piratical vessels have been madly driven into safe Ind pleaiant harbors. It seems as though the events of a thousandears ,havo been crowded Into the period of . which I have been the humble chronicler of events. Many of my best and most devoted friends ore not here to receive our parting words. The grave contains more than half of those wlo came for ward to sustain me, when 1 commenced , this paper. And a large majority of the balance have strayed to wide, that we rulngle no longer our voices, or our sym pathy. Tried friends have stood by me. (5od biers themi Dut I love this valley and its people. During the comingyear, with the smiles of providence, I expect toaeemany of my old friends, sud thank them person ally for their kindness. I would remark, however, that I am going into other employment, (for I can. not be id!) and my old business must be settled. Several thousand dollars are now standing on my books for subscrip tion, job work and advertising. To vis it each one of you, would require more than a years labor, and 81000 expense. If you have any regard for me, save me this trouble and expense by forwarding the amount due at once. If you. wish me no good, lend m$ln8 money, that you may not be mortified by a personal dun. Mr. Goodwin, who takes my placo, Is at least my equal in industry and in dependence, and far my superior in tal. ent. Give him a warm reception and a constant support. He Is worthy of It, and he wilt make the American worthy of your patronage. The American is in a prosperous con dition, more so thin at any previous pe riod ol its existence. Its enemies have ceased to hope for its overthrow, Was its existence doubtful, I should fesl like clinging to it. Such is not its situation. In the expressive tsngusgo of the day, "it psys." I hate sacrificed something to contin ue its respectsblllty, and prosperity. Had money been my sole object In the sal, I could bave done belter. Wilt you now sacrifice something to sustain It, as it should be. O.r.CLAUKSON. 'lINI MOMt tTOHV , It will U ifvn by thj ibovs that I have assumed the ownership and con trol of this psper, 1 have only time now to say that It Is even so. Confer ence has been In session seversl days, and the Agricultural Fair Is mw h full blast, and In each I have great luterest, 10 that I could not write a pretty ailu tatory If I ahould try. But why need 1 1 With most of the patrons of the Ameri can! m personally acquiinUdj with all the readers I have held occasional converse, la one comer or another of the paper, lor more than fiftetu years at times regularly aud frequently. Nevertheless, after the i'air Is over, ami the excitement of my new position subsides, I may write a very interesting introductory, full of promises and deli ulags of position, aud polite hows, and eucJi nice things. Dut I msy not. The aew Railroad are making such a atlr, and huluess Is so Incressing.tliat I may a4 have time alter all. I shall, ofrourse, loa the editorial we, and b as nutner ous as feasible. In the meantime I will ssy that I ex pect ail the old subscribers to continue, who tkink the psper worth its cost, and I expect all others to discontinue. I have long since adopted this rule in ref erence to my awn subscriptions to pa pers. I will not take a paper merely to patronize It, any more than I will buy a coat or a hat, merely to patronize the maker. This I think the right doctrine. Acting upon this principle I shall at tempt to mike the American worth ita coa!. T.A.GOODWIN. ru Ulble. 1U. ThwK.ui II Stockton, an emi nent Protectant c'.ujwan, now real dinj in Baltimore, j ioj-u.s 'o If sue the sixty-sut'Lc ji;s lncii compose the Ui Me according u t..c Kccivi-t Version in so Uian7 c.:!crt!it v u!un a, aiii con taining the Uxt Lcuut..ui! j riuifj on 'large, open type, followed by 'i unginul dissertation, with explanatory notes, au J everything essential to a (sir under standing 0 the sirred text tho whole to form a cabinet or miniature library, which will bo moro or less costly, ac cording to the taste and means of the purchaser say from $25 to $130 for the whole, according to the richness of binding, tfce. Characteristic "ketches. With our pencil in hand, we took a seat in the Methodist Church in this place, last Wednesday, to try our hand at taking same pencil' sketches of those who werft figuring about us. . Bishop Ames. ' Of courae, the Bishop, aitting on an elevated platform, was sufficiently prom Lent to catch our eye first. The Bish op possesses, in his person, one of the essentials of a great man. He has suf ficient of the mortal to arrest the atten tion of a stranger, meet him where he may, The BUhop is not corpulent as we understand that word, but he is what would be denominated a portly man, weighing, we would guess, 200, avoir dupoise. He Is one of the junior Bish ops, having not yet been in office two years, but he appears as much at home inthechtlr, as if "to the manor born." His manner of conductiag the affairs of a conference expedites business very much. He watches every thing with a Lynx's eye, and seldom allows it to be come tangled, however many amend ments, substitutes, and reconsiderations may be piled up. As a pulpit orator the Bishop has few superiors. His voice is peculiar, somewhat effeminate perhaps a little whining at first. Dut every word ie in the right place, and of the right kind. Tbe hearer at once feels that a man of mind is before him. and the subject appears entirely new, though it be one that, with most men, would be regarded aa thread-bare. We have not, at the lime of this sketching, heard him pi each as Disbop.but we had often heard him before his election. 'He is never uninteresting, though at times rather dry. At a night appointment, unless there be a large congregation, and at a Saturday appointment, at a quarterly meeting, he would not Impress a stran ger as being a superior mm, unless there were circumstances to "wake him up." Uut at a Öabbath appointment, when the occasion is one of importance, he begins by Isying a broad foundation, and removing whatever of rubbish may appear In the phraseology of the text, and then proceeds to build a structure, that can but be admlrod for Its symctry, and beauty, and strength, and the hearer re tires not only convinced that Christian ity is of God, but a'so that the preacher le a workman that needeth not to be ashamed. We predict for him, in the episcopacy, a career of great usefulness. We see some new elements of life In that board which we attiibute chiefly to Bishop Ames and his true yoke fellow Dishop Simpson. Lawrsnetsfurh 4c Upper .illeslaa Ipl Hall It end. This road is about finished from Law renceburgh to Indianapolis. We have heard that it is a good roa l.md wilKar- niah the most direct mutu from this place to Indianapolis. We are looking ... . . . . . or an invitation to rui ovarii an J aee for ourself , after which we shall give our opinion about it. Judge Dunn deserves much credit for his energy In pushing it forward to its present state. Illehmcmd and Indlanapatl Hull llsl. The cars are now running from Rtch. mond to Indianapolls.exeept a few miles between Centrevllle & Cambridge. This furnishes, at present, the most di rect communication to the State Capitol by wsy ofCambrldge. How long it will remain ao depends on the completion of the Lawrenceburgh road. Btnoe the above was la type we learn er bally that Ins roaj Is finished through. it this tresT Will the President er some one Interested Inform est The lair. We go to pres toe early In the wsek to flv marh account of the fair which rtejsn Inst We (Jornlny. It is admitted to be t operi er to sny thing ef the kind evsr before held In this eounly. Tlisrs Is a great vsrlety ef the products ef the toil snd of lbs shop, The woman loo, er vtt hind, as thsy al ways are where oml la te be done, anl the "Udie diarmn." prteul ens of the chief stlrantlon of the fmet,alon. We will give tha particulars at wesk. date lr lee. The farm ef Mr. Dlok, Ka.1 ef Mt. Car. ntt has b sit sold for $")00 roinuossd of ICO arrsa. Seuth Eastern Iudlaaa Conference. FIRST DAT. The South Eastern Indiana Confer ence met in Brookville, at 8 o'clock A. M. Oct. 0, 1853. ' Bishop Ames opened by giving out the hymn, "And are ws yet alive," and then joined in prayer. Afterwards another hymn was sung and Rev. James Havens led in prayer; and then a hymn in German was sung snd Rev. G. A. Breuning led in prayer in German. ' , The conference then partook of the Sacrament. of the Lord'a supper, with maoy brethren and sisters of Brookville snd vicinity, which was a season of great enjoyment. The Conference then pro ceeded t5 organization by the election of Rev. S. P. Crawford as principle Sec retary, Rev. T. H: Lynch and Rev. S. T. Gillett assistant Secretaries. The usual committees were ordered. A motion to appoint a committee on the subject of Slavery waa voted down by a very decided majority, and a motion to appoint one on the subject of coloniza tion was carried by a small majority. Rev. A Poe, Western Assistant Book Agent, announced his business in a very agreeable manner, and urged a prompt aettlement. The Bishop then presented the annu al exhibit of the Book Concern at New York, which showed a very gratifying in crease of the business, and the not less gratifying fact that the entire profile of the establishment are devoted to enlarg ing the business, and reducing tho price of publications, and not, aa heretofore, to be parcelled out to the Conferences. Rev. Mr. Bragdon of East Maine Con ference waa then introduced, who urged on the preachers the purchasing of the complete works of Dr. Arminlus. The Conference then proceeded to the examination of the moral and ministe rial character ol those who hid traveled one year. Dr. Daily, through the Bish op, introduced Dr. John VV. Keely of the Cincinnati Conference. The preacher of the third and fourth years wero ex amined. Rev. Henry Hlicer of Balti more conference, an agent for the Me tropolitan church, to be built at Wash ington City, was Introduced, end a com mitteoof five was appointed to confer with him on the subject of bis mission. The names of the superannuated preachers were called. Rev. Miltiadca Miller, though, yst in tho prime of life, was called, and, for want of ability to talk, waa continued in a superannuated relation. Rev. James Jones, was also continued call upon the members for contributions. It enlists the Sunday School scholars, or young ladies, or elderly persons in such a work, and thus enables even there to be engaged in the active duties of Chris tianity. We Intended to report the Dr. morej'ully but we became so enlist ed in bis remarks as to drop the pen and forget to take notes. The Anniversary of the Missionary Society of South Eastern Conference was held in the Methodist Church, Fri day evening. The exercises were open ed by reading the scripturcs,singing and prayer by Rev. Dr. Nutt of White Wa ter College. The treasurer, J. W. Sul livan, then read his report, which show ed a collection of about $6.500, being about $2.500 over the collections of last yesr. The Secretary, Rev. J. W. Locke, read the annual report a truly eloquent paper which e will publish in full in a few weeks. Dr. Durbin follow ed with a beautiful exhibit of the pro gress of Christianity within the last fifty years, and particularly within tho last ten years. He illustrated it by many interesting historical facts, which show that the nations of. tho earth are feeling the influences of the gospel, and that the way of the Lord is opening. Rev. S. T. Gillett then followed and took up a collection. FOURTH DAY. The Conference opened with religious exercises and after the introduction of Rev. J. H. Power and M. P. Caddis of the Cincinnati Conference, the Confer ence proceeded tB the examination of character. The character of the ciders was examined and pasted. T.A.Good win onked and obtained a location. On tho call of the name of Seth Smith it was announced that ho had died a few days sgo. An account of his doath was given by Elder Wood, after whlcla contribution of $25 was mado for the widow and children of the deceased. The committee on Temperance re ported a strong and pointed report, which was adopted by a rising vote, showing that the members of tho Conference are not only temperance men, but earnest temperance men. The report will be published in the American, in full. Tho committee on the tract cause re ported, and a tract aociety was organ ized, and pledged to be raised for that cause. ' The committro on colonization re ported and after discussion a resolution was adapted favoring colonization. AFTERNOON. The sension waa opened with rellg The question waa propounded to the Bishops whether a new pastor could take up a case of delinquency when left by his predecessor. . The Bishops deci ded that hJ could not.' That each preacher should finish up such work be fore Conference, if he docs not the suc cessor must begin da novo. The committee on a pastoral address mado an eloquent and appropriate ad dress which was adopted by the confer ence. We will publish it as soon as we can get a copy. . Rev. S. T. Gillett, F. C. Holliday and W. W. Hibben were appointed a com mittee to take into consideration the for mation of an Aid Society auxiliary to the Preachers' Aid Society of the Indi ana Conference. A resolution was adopted, disapprov ing of the custom of standing in prayer at the literary festivals in connexion with our institution of learning. A resolution was adopted to the effect that the p.eachers will hereafter make their personal contributions to tho mis sionary cause chiefly on their fields of la bor, at tho time of taking up the collec tions, The following vote of thanks was adopted by a rising vote: Resolved, Thai tho thanks of this Lake i:rle, llrooH. vlll emit Hirer 1111 lload. The engineers on this road passed through Brookville on Saturday last. They report the route so far on examin ed, very practicable. The corps that passed here were employed by the New Albany interest. We regret that there is any difference of opinion as to the southern terminus of the road. We are of opinion that both Madison and New Albany ought tobe reached by it. If they can agree, we can promise an abundance of stock in this county, but if they intend to build two roads ?e can not promise any stock for either. The following is from the Madison Courier and will give an idea of the state of af fairs: The Railroad Meeting last night was well attended, notwithstanding the num ber of citizens who felt it a duty to at tend the Temperance Meeting in pref erence to it. The report of the proceed ings of the convention at Eaton, given by Mr. Hendricks of Ripley and M. G. Bright, was enthusiastically received. Speeches were in ado by Messrs. Cra vens, Hendricks, and Griilin of this city and Yater of Versailles. Hon. Thomas Smith was prevented from keeping his appointment by Bickncss. A motion made by Mr. Hendricks, of Ripley, for a convention of the representatives of the points on this side of the river, from the Ohio line to New albany, on the Ohio Appoinfmentaof Preachers. S Y.MPTO.NS OF DIKA r I. UsijIAsapoLis DiS James Häven P. E. j HiouM ncvrr i.e tii.r.'far.i-a. 'ju-j r ui.rmi.jt conference bo tendered to the citizens of, 27 th inetdi.t, was alter some discussion withdrawn. Brookville for the very kind and hospi tal manner in which they have been en tertained during its present session, and that this resolution be published in the Brookville papers, and that it be read in tho pulpits of this town on the next Sab bath. The atewords reported the vorious div idends to the superannuated and widows and orphans, also tho dividend of the preacher's Aid Society. The congre gation present and the Conference then joined in singing: "And 'i our bodies part, iVe." after whlwh Rev. James Havens lod in prayer, after which the Bishop made a Tho opposition to the motion was based upon the exclusion of Louisville. We can see no eljcction to a genernl conference, or as many of them as pos sible, bctwt-eu all those interested in tho entcrpribCj at the same time', there are no interests thut we can suo to be compromised. Matiison wuuts a rail road to Lake Erie, Now Albany wants ouo also. Madison is between New Albany and thu Lake, and Hie lormi'r should do everything in her power, to get New Albany to join her iu muking a road Irani tier city limits to Luke Er io. While wo m ill not say New Albany can't build a ruud, lor that word is now obsolete uinong Aincricuns, we do euy thut her citizens will hardly bo blind enough to build a parallel road to tho Indianapolis, S P, Crawford. South Port, rlioniss Ray. (reenwood.J W S McMullen Franklin,' Win Montgomery. hdinburgh,. Lewis Dale. Columbus, Hninpon Tincher. St. Lou ii, J C Crawford. Mt Auburn,' Lewi Ilurlburt. Sugar Creek, to be supplied. Elizabethton, to be supplied. Greeksbcrii Dist. A. Robinson, P. E. Greensburjh, Asoury Wilkinson Milford, John S. Winchester Wcstport, John Welch . St. Omer, Henry M. Boyer Monnilla, Othniel Brunei Shelbyviile, Giles C. Smit'i Burlington, Nimrod Kerrick Rushville, J. V. R. Miller Milroy, W. W. Hibben, J. 8. Tivis Clarkbburgh, George P. Jetkins Palestine, to be supplied Agent Asbury University, Joseph Tar kingtoil CoNKERSVILLE DlST. S. T. Gillott P.E. Connersville East, Joseph Cotton " West, Elijah D. Long Columbia, J. S. Barrs Milton, J. W. Dale, A. B. Hester Liberty, Win. M. Fialey, one to be supplied West Union, Jacob White-man Fairfield, II. B. Hibben Mt. Cormcl, James McCaw, Wm. Watson Brockviilc.T. M. EJdy Laurel, Amos Uussey Fayctteville, to be supplied Brookville College, J. W. Locke, President Law r.rxcxui; nun Dist. F. C. Ilollidsy, llidicfcUun Unit Iii i IUI fuiifliob. of iinlure Lai i born lulf rru'U-l in tlirir liculllif il ai lion,aiil Uial ...rWiLi vil matt ln? itaM fotluw tu.tt.fr it... i i ili in bauin't ig It I L? Hie tiiuetj r. r .ro lk-.r In tuibJ, (iiutiiuture 1. never cudcaroribg toexjul aiano wlii'ti it Invdes the animal ccono n) , anil only iiued. tlio aaxl.tiiiicj 0( utme j-eo-al r.lorativs Uioroufli. yet mild in 1U action tlul will give tone t the yslein, and set upon Uis bluol lilcU ! II. principal oriife. UUViOTT'd YELLOW DOCK AND SAftiAPARlLLA. A a purifier of tlie blood, a ruuoveralor ot the' ).icra, nJ a tupporter aii.I prerver oftbe pow er, oflif.;, It lia iiocjual. Tuks lion tin Ant In dicatiou ttiat d l..-.e 1 tipon you, nd too 111 avert perUnpj weckt and iiiohUi ofilckaei aud utfcrlug. lySre adreti.ptnent. ttTir you want any nooti.or Kiioes, go t HUD SON, 5o. Si3, Vr,ut Uriel, wbcleMls nana factory, her yo will flnd anyUiingla bit lias ilietp ami food, by the rate or dozen. July 5tb, 1K3. 32-fimo. Mellender, ono to on the superannuated list. More about t joui exercises, and sundry resolutions of hi in hereafter In our pencelins, Ed. Notices wero given and tho confer ence adjourned, SECOND DAY. The Conference met at 8 o'clock, and was opened by relig(3us exercises by Rev. J. Mellender. After reading tho minutes, and announcing some appoint meats, the conlerenco proceeded to bus Inesj. Several young men wero admit ted on trial. Rev. Mr. Slicer of Baltimore confer- hiiuor importance were passed. One, Inviting Mr. Hivs, Mr. Ruter, and Long ly and BragJon to coma to this confer 1. E. Lnwrencebiirfth, James Crawford Lawrencebiirtrh Circuit, to be supplied Aurora, J. V. Snllivnii Rising Sun, F. W. Wl.it ii nnenrstor, l.audy Havens Wilmington, J. V . Ä be supplied Hartford, to be supplied Moore's Hill. T. J. Ilcherrell Milan, (. W. Winchester Napoleon, Matthovv Mitchell L"jrtii, tieorjje L. Ky Matmum Dut.C. W. Unter, 1, E. W'sly Clmpol.JI. (Jilmoro Third Street, V. A. Hester St. John (i. Clnfeo Walnut Stri ct, lo be supplied North Mmli-oa, K. H. l'otts Canaan, 1). R. I'rothcr Moor ll elil, Joo Bmckwny Vevny, J. H. Lnllirop Versailles, A. (J. Perkins Mt. Sterling, J. B. H;.arks, Wm. BaU ly. Patriot,!:. W.IJurrusa. Irom the ruilioud enterprises ol this purl Indiana Fcuial College, T. II. Lynch ol tht p i ul V alley . j l'rrMdiMit Danolk Aiiiau. Wo have arrived ut Agent American BIblo Society, W. an lini oruiito iiili;li ay almost do i Terrell not as great aa we have seen. At tho i cisivo period In tho history of New AU ' Jtt t.ko!vili.r Dist. J. A. Brouso I.E. t . a ' I. ti lit 'I'll Mii.fr,l'..ii -i ... al,. I timo ol going to press wo liavo ncaru , v; T ' , JVrsonvilhs E. (J. Wood from enough of the county to belii vo ', T"" w7 T" T few pertinent and affecting remarks and ! Madison and Lake Eiio roud from the read the preachers appointment, at about J -l w "n Ct"Vl!,'U , , ', . cully connect with it. We should soy, tu.'iH' nVInr If. sml til nrmrliora norrt i ., . .. twelve o'clock, and the preachers wero on their wsy to their new appointments, in tins era ol compromise, tliul the üuuüiiitf ol parallel ruilrouos is over, soon after dinner, leavinir an aureesble d common aeuau will bo allowed to impression upon tho families with whom 11,0 beholders , ... jlnluturo. Annexed will bo lound uu they had stayed, and. wo bclievs, carry- urllUvf (rom Uiy Now AU Lodger, ing with them a grateful remembrance upon Uio Hunger ul excluding Louisville of those who had entertained them. The i:ietloM. The excitement on Tuesday lust wan KaTPOISONlNO.jQj TtiuutamUof j'trentt wbo me Vermifuge com puted ort . .tor Oil, Calomel, 4e., are not awara bat while U. ey ar-pearto benefit the patient, they are actually Uylnj; the foundation fora series o d!.ca.et,,tuch aitali-nloD.lo or tifhl, weak neof Uinbi, Ac. In another column 111 be found iL sdrertUe mentor IIobcnunik'tMcdlcinct to blh wea.k te httenliou or all directly Interettcd In tbeir own ai well st their Children's Lenlth. In LWer Com plaint snd all dltordert arlting from tin., of a til Unna type, hould make aae f lk only fvnnln mdltine, Ilobentacfs Unr Pill. "J5 hr VrmW," but aik Ut I!1ntaiV W orm Fyrnpand Urr I'lllt.and okaer e that eat bat Iii the ttrnnture or Ilia Proprietor, J. t. HO HK.N'MC'K. 01 none clo art tcuulne. j ir"?"'l MC.-K.XT! FntiLTl't Tli n.liit I of the word "I'KPM.V or of the 1 to c.rvt ' word, rroro Meli It I di rled. Tbl I Ii. .Ir tiirtrnnl unit 'ro.rntp IUI f !) UfVK i.i. ! byl.r. J.N. IOli;, r ruin.ol..Uirrc.n I the fourth Mmnnih of the Ot, for II. cure of In : illireMlon and I'j . .t. It It .N.tnre'i Ttm . i edy for an Ui.l.ulU. Sumiarh. .tioarl of man ' f.nt It inrnlH ).. vrn. Ii r"ntrr;ouil HAT . t.MJ ierri-i-H roHalalent with HKAI.TII. Mretha . fpius of Hie Ox. In another part of this Miner. ; Aujru.t it,iN3.-:n-i)r. ' 1 TTT 1 1 ' K A IT. R A f O ., 1 1 3,,M I . BT K t. kT CIXCIÄ.NATI, If jou Uli any thli $ in therlothli c line you whlalaaytftud them welt mads ant food it let pijtial to ll.o be.lcOalnm trade. I hl llou.a ilnn.lt A. No. I, mr01 ..-nTp1711?! iTlsirrlrit. By Iter. Jama M'Caw, Ort, 5, lUrrrienn Bartiow to MUs (Javla of this township. New Advertisements. . a.c. Dili) i). FASIIIONAULK IIATTEIt. 31 Fifth Street. riMriNATi oiiio. 4S-lyr. At candleligbting the anniversary of the Conference Sunday School Union was held. Aftet the reports of the Sec- iretarv and Treasurer, the audience was ence then addressed the conference, inLjjrcMej flrgtj by Uey, J,. Y.Jt. Miller order to enlist them in favor of a Mth. 0r Hu,hville, and then by Rev. II. (111 odist Church In Washington City to bejlnorl 0f Madison, after which a collcc called a Metropolitan church. II rfp'tion uf 51 was taken up for tho benefit resented the cnterpriie as one of the ut j öf t,e Union. Tho tntiro rullcctloii moat Importance to tho church, and sue from t,e Conference Including this col ceeded in convincing many of tho lection was $1 1'.. preachers that it was, is was evinced by Fl ITH DAY, (Hundny.) a subscription or near 6000. ti, Conference love feast, at 8 Tho Utruian rresUling elders present 0'cor, a. M. wos well attended, and It ed the names of several new recruits for ' , t iCMonu( dorprcllulous feclinir. flhtÜrrma work, showing clearly that ,l0 CX)irnirc 0f Komo of tho fathers as tl.a Herman neia enlarges ana wnii wnirinfc.,nd produced ahsppyefTcct. tens, tho Isbortrs com to tho Work. ! Tha enerlenco of the tlermuns was still tust ward U ..I . 1. . .1 . .. 1 1 . 1 1 . . : 1 uuiiii r ... lit. im.' 1 11.11. BiiL. iL ri'iiinin. ill f. that Mr. Faurotois re-elocted County i L,rCttt uR8Ure with tho ciiuens ol New Commissioner ly a very gratifying ma; Albany tomiy how it shall be decided. jority. Mr. Joseph Brady was elected f wo a ooeil, el:ih altiitiJo, Townshi;, Assrisor, Mr. Louau's nia-ir1"1"2 m,ly v?iuvn l"lelrcst' 1ft"ll CttV j ..ssiasor, 4ur. LoBiis n a tor nuno othetat. tlica there isi linmi jcrity over Mr. Ilvman In Brookvillo 1 itHiil a I. "i 11 iri llinf irtstliftil rt r r.Mmif sail ..1 ...... 1 tn..ik. .u r . ... " .. ... 1 .-" t ri - viivi-, n. u...Tnu. im w.v viu.u vt Township was G'J. jit, I orter s major-1 vvo shall ct nothing, the official conference business the Jlls- Ity was 80. There were 237 votes cast, j Albany is u sprightly .luce mi alonary Bociety was callod to order, and The vote last fall was 7Ö0 ! ln,.",uvinir ami a prosperous place but madö some amendmanfi to tl. rons.it,,. we should i.ot permit our ,.roH,.orily to - . - .... ..... 1 , . . , I ..... 1 .., ..).. ... 1.1... 1 .. . 1. ... . mi . . iiiiviiiiiiiii 11 aim iirci muno u üihi-t or oiiim 11.1 tu mi-1 i-uiiurs Wo are pleased to learn thnt this es- j which surround us. We can scarcely tablishmcnt, located near Carthago elxpeCl to, cxPl,ul ...... ... ., I their means in buiiuiii a railnmd to Ohio, has been rebuilt, and is even more ; Uko Krioor Blu.r lll0 lonr cr liv0 commodious than before tho fire. It hundred thousand lol!;irs whit h w pro contains nine good both rooms, and I poso to invest in tho enterprise, will wi.ll opnllcd with pure spring water, ' bp,r wul 11 ,"ul1 proportion lo its i nure t , , ., cost will entirely nbneji'' th exis- and is open for thorcceptio., of patients, , g ti(J BurrufindillgfcclUtf,.,n l(iyiuf summer and wlntor. If the testimony jj.,, ,10 roul0 ot that rund. Somo of of ono of Dr. Tense's patients Is to bo ' our ct'zeiis havo been nxiro Huiiume, tiotl. Those to bo admitted into full mom. moro Interesting. An account of their t'hstnlleUart Messrs. (Jeo II Chspntan aud llurstlo H. ()rar hs Itaael nroooaals for a new pa per at Indianapolis, to ba called Chapman's Chauiiulssr TltsCluHtlnUor Uto b tuds (sudentln pollllua, a.ikiiow Iwlglng alUglanea Is U'ipdrty. If A Cuiiailn, mauafaeturer and dealer In fathioiialils furullur, ht suits bd4dtifdl artii los lit his Una. Amou ether, ws uo l loa a Imly's writing d.iek, and It looks so t- ly as if mails for a lady to writs lit most bs wili: hi iij Mills Boles In Ids world upoa, and give reo ipts for heart duly won. Neat to this Is an alegatit cabinst, of the latest mod l and than a lady 's work table, which Is a very different looking arlicls from a median lo's work bench. -Hea advsrtlsemsat. Tli7llrkvll ! et l7s;t . Having bought tha American, ws rrsignej our potliiou as rrsaidsnt of this Institution. The Rev. John W. Locks, A. M. a graduate of Augusta College, was sleeted to nil oar plsca. Ws congratulate tha patrons and friends of this institution, on so fortunats a as lac t Ion. II Is aver wsy well quail (led for tha poet he la enl led to (111 IU la not only a enllsman aoJ a scholar, but ho Is a good teacher. 11 will enter upon the duties el his pres idency nest Monday In tha old Seminary Tha plastering la th now collegs Is not dry enough lo allow It tob uJ with safety W will take teation I say alao, that it is of tha utmost Important to all concerned that all who luleud attending during the present session should brgln ueat Menday at new t .ime will then be formed. bershlp wero callod forward, and J- Covciions, and of tho mean by which drtassdbytha Bishop, in a few very plain ! ,ipy wrro hrvtga lo i:iu,t WBg ,IU)Rt and pointed remarks which wo would h y nitjnair.t Va? of Ilm kind provl- giadiy report uto our limits nnow. hp alluded to tho necessity of personal piety, as a means of success In tho lulu Ittry, and tho neeesalty of being men of ono work. By a very largo vote, tho Conlerenco asked tha BUhop to appoint Dr. Dally to tha presidency i( thcHtnto University, sud also refused to rosiest his transfer to tho Indiana Conference. In Iho afternoon Dr. Dally preached tho animal missionary sermon, and tha business of the missionary society was Dr. ftleveitsou. 'I... eitt.-rprismir man, who went thla euimner tii Kngl.ind to purcha stock ha returned bringing sli est with him. W hops ha will be amply rewarded for Iiis trou bis, and ttpsnse, uut only In a pecuniary return, but la the g raliAcallon of having Mr ved his country. ftrWhcat was selling, last Monday in Cincinnati, at 05 cents; Flour, at 5.30; Hye, at CO; Corn, at 04, Cheese at 0; Sugar, at C; Molasses, at 23, am: V. hiskev tho vile stulT wo won't say what it sold for. It was very hiüh. Wo suppose the demand for tho election had some intiucnce on it. deuce of (tod in brliin them within the Influence, of the (loxprl. Bishop Ames preached al II In Iho Mrlhodist Church, and ordnlned tho fi llers; in I Ill-hop J Biifj In tho 1'rrtl.y. terlatt church, and ordained tho deacons. At 3 1 M. lrasilasiit Lynch preached In tho l'rcsbyterlin t htirch, and llcv. J. II . l'ower of tho ('iuclnntl Cottfereuco nroacliod In lli" Mrlhodist Church. At 1 believed, ho is llio very man to have , but wo must conlces that wo havo never charge or such an Institution, and hi i-Wd that railroad could or would , . , , , , . 1 bo 111 idu cuslwurd, that would nut toko wiro is just Ihe nurse the invalid needs, j Jl0 Cl,llsjeralloll c) of I.otii.villo, From what wo know of tho Institution j known thronhuut tho country as the wo judgo It Is as desirnbloa placo as can groat stopping point on tho highway I'clwecn 1110 iNortli and the cioum. Whatever wo may hopo to mnkn New Albany hcreulter, we all know, or ought to know, that her reputntl'n now Is compurntively lcnl- that alio U not known ubrond as Louisville is known. Capitalist will not lnvnt lh'lr tnotioy in a rund, that shall studiously nnd pur be found, to lest the curative properties of water. f!rIlon. Horace Mann ha loft Mo snrhiisetl, to take tin his residence in Ohio. On hi way through Fiichburg, on Thursday, tho 16th tilt., tho Freo Democratic State Convention, then In n.tlllXKT WAKR.-A CrtN'STIVR.-Tu an. ldrlnd, al No IM Waat KtftU al. ttolwron Vina and Watout tukt-a iiluaaurato itOorroiNir hit rrlenH and the public Uial lie lift on Land at lurgn and roni.liln a Un k of t'alilni't Ward a. ran Ita found In the Wetl. of erery luarrii.lton and qualttT.em bru.'lnc at) lea and pr.-.. liit li i ba found B'laplxd lollio fkni ) and niciUlnt of all rls.tit of nirt!l.at'r. My tltx k It niunl In extent lo any ttmilar tt.h k evr olT.-rvd la the VVmt,.rn rouutn. 'Mm wui'kmaiilili la r arlur ti'i'tlviiiH. in ' fa.hl.iii and durability. I am "',rd or rnrlll j Hot for inaniilu iurliia,'tv aliU h I ran ailord my tri'.i'lrt I ui.r.on.l.'!i'o.l low trm. My motto j It '11111II roilt. audiiit k r. luri...'' I rpo irullY Invlla the imblic lu vlll hit exten sive nrrooin, and ant.no 11. jr ariej and ele. Jetlersouvillo Mission, to be supplied 1'urt Fulton, Wm. Hhecta IJtic it, Sittnuel Weeks fhtrleetown, A. 11. Nesbitt llortryville, Isaac Livingston New Washington, S. II. Falkcnburgh Lexington, K. G. Tucker, Win. Mau pin Hanover, W.W. Snyder, Purin, John Miller, S. W, Sinclair Vernon, 11. F. tJatch Kockford, Hubert II. Ilcswlck JellVrson Springs Seminary, CI. M.II. '"'""'Vwpwnnn rnnv-mmL. .11 ' A . 1 jt I j t ' 1 until 1 I'ttr.i r It-mm;, Atjcni jjow handa nim.l and vary Uirat aaai.rV. James .ilitclu-ll, Agent Colonization ' ""Hor ttocid rHrtmnre. i.ii.rain( t.ra.. Society i.rrninn uora, 1 en ,.r,Tfi Put lv fit..,.. I,T. f.'onro'. 1 "V.1,1 uUo ,,''.,rt 1 "' j-r-.r..l W Hi t.p irice .virrnrtor n'f mate, .or i Taiii-a-Teiet, I'l-ntrtr Talili-t. Kt.v ( l'ir, I'arlt.r Chalr, alo. of tl.e intl lea Mi fill aa l aj. proved at i 't 01 i.ir.ii in in 111111 anil nui.n. session at Hint place, lu-nrlnrf lio woip()M,y BV(,i, n (irj:0 riy fur,,0 purp, rsrc.vu in .Uf nva iratin, etojVMiuru , W( tl'l llllnntlllir 1 ItSllinl 0110. II Wd a body to wan upon mm. negnvo uictii a parting address upon tho urgent no ceasity of devotion to tho great virtue ol Tnnpcrancp, F.dtinailon and Freedom, which was warmly received by tho an diene. Thr.'ö cfinprs having boon glv ci for Mr. Mann, at Iho closo of his re inoiks, Kllsnr Wright rcmorkod that "(he party which had lot Mm was uu- 9 a Imro In Ni'v Albany Im l llio t-nnltulto ttllO itut uuilil tho roml, then wu nullit with sutuo J. Struiigli, II, U'olbrt propriety dictate term to Ibers sut h llirt Hi c fit to, 'I'lieeo art dirt which tuny not bo very llnltetln to tin vn nit v of New Albany, but tin rrUi tlt'iiisudi llml tlx-y hottlil brt told. Vr knuw wltnl we aro talklmr aliuiil win? it wo aiiv tlitt t nro ia fortunate, but nut so milortuuato m t' real lUiigrT ol losing tho rmd which parly whlcli threw him away." I we hnvo hern f'oiully hoping would bo 1 MomI M.hi.1, ,li.ilMHii!.I..Ml In Coi,Bre.s, Ilr. JMann lias loll troops ol inemi ; ihmnakliig or nr t lty--n.it Irom ".ny,""! '""X 1,1 reooimir wlih John Ken behind him, and his absence will bo It l,,.liti.,.lt .. t.t ,nL il.la ,-liv it,.. ,ti,..l t',i','. i'" liv-aml h.irly, HiohbIi now In MaasathuHrtlst but ho Is not a in nil ..... t... ...... ..i n -I i In hi m. year. II Mum his HiUi.1, ami .II...... H1. I'.. I.'. ... '.'If ill.MI I'l.f ....... ... ' . , , ' Ilrunlng I. H Lawreurelitirgh, Chas. Dcrking Aurora, J.'liii Ficker Madison, C. Keller Kockford, II. Luckeniyer Louisvilli) Station, John 11 lor LtuUvillo Missi n, John Reimer N. Albany &. Jr.lVrsoiivilli, C. KJder lltintingsbiirgh, Frederick IMiiU-r ('liarh'stcii, Henry Dntnm Cnnnelton, F. Herker lloonevillo, to he supplied Kvansvllle, C Slmlb-rd Ml' Vernon, It, Koch, ouo to h sup plied NoltTM IftDIAftA DlT. John Klsllllg F.F.. Di'llntteo Ä;. Hrynn, I. Doerr, II. Llrh Fort Wnynr, F. Schreck Auburn, Lrvl llrls I'crti, C. Muth Latnyrttf, 1, II. llaknr 'lVrre llanir,, llnrtli Polnt.d V White Hiver, II. Wilkin, F. Albert ltnlinti.ipi.IU, J oli tt It, llrskriihtiry ......... I'aii'atinn n, i tii FcniMvlvunlahtirgh V Ilrookvllle 1 T It i si tlxtl llml Tritlrsni lnrgM, of , lila irit dl t.iiuy In proa and piiKlry, altsmlod to. Tha collections showed a bylcrU moro of Madison preached in the Meth odiat Church. IW mav allude to soma gratifying Increase In the amounts sent f , wnm$t uur cliaractcrl.tlo .LhIkI... 1 'l'li iIüu uu. i. ita uf irreal . III111J DA Y. i .v.ni.ij ...w..-, ---- After religious exercises by llev. T. t plnature and profit llio prcat liers and Usy, tho Conference resumed Ihn esa.u . "o people, several pieacners wer (nation of character. Afterso.no lim Ftea to preacn.n mocouu.ry. spent In electing to cider's orders, ccn. tnem we hava not heard, except that tinumgon trial, Ac., tho presiding Kl wero drlveu use uy a tureaiuing ders were called upon to givo an account storm, that met them about the lima f of tha work In Iheir respective districts.! Harting. They do not usually fear They reported, generally, an increaso In atorms. i'erhapa iney did not leei u membership, an Increase luffjod church 'responsible fur theso sppolntments as es, an Increaso In pecuniary msttera, and j they do tho regular appointments of their an Increaso in I lis Interest taken In tha making. temperanco question. IThey wero es There was preacltlng also at tho Oer peclally ren,uested, by tho Uishop, to' man church twice, but we d not know peak of this matter. j 7 whom. Tho Conferenco then fixed upon, SIXTH DAY. f.reonalitiri.h aa th nlaeo uf tho neu The Loulereiii mot, at me usual nour ..... l . a... I... I... .. . I .... . . . H'lllliHi. ..I..... .'MMi.iii. r.4ii. ..rHnriinti.il ilia ... . . i.ii ... i. u . 1.1 u u .. 1. . . .. 1 . at 1- - .w. ......... w -.. ...... 1011 or t, um irtmi a iiib 1 1 an tin on oi r i. a,.. li,.r.... i.m. .,., ,.......i n..i .u.. 1 1 ...,i. ....I lo II lilt.! I, t.. a In l,I, . Ill l. wl train, l.tiinr ... .11 , ...11.,, ..1..,..., V?''. I' V"" I I vpi'T iv 1 mil v mi vii m ni -.-- .'. - ..... m I'aivtt' The lol'owlug ulUorrs em ; in a perpendicular poaitlou, rjlHMlCO ol which llio truaao Conference and October Ith, 1834 the time. AI'TIIKOON. The business meeting of the Sunday School Union met at a P. M. and re and opened with religious exercises. After some preliminary business, such as the reports from the bishops as to the ordinations of Sabbath, tho committee on education read a lengthy and inter porta of money were received from the tlng report, setting forth tho condition different fields of labor. After tho close 1 of tho educational interests of the of the Sunday School meeting's meeting, church. (A part of the report will bo lor social Interchange of views and fcvl! published hereafter. Ings on tht missionary work was called. Th committee on Sunday Schoola re Dr. Durbin, the Miaslonary Secretary, ported. The report rniy be published addreased the meeting. He remarked' hereulUr by us. thst In former yesrs voluntary societies j Kev. J, Tarkirgton offered a resolu- hsd charge of the mit-' nary work, but, j lion that, as paetora, they would try to now it is understood to be a necessary , revive ainntnir in lamily devotion. er part of the regular duty of every chris-1 Adopted. tlan. Then the question arose how to I ho ISuhops were nekcil whether insure a regular and systematic contri bution from the members of the church. This has proved to be a difficult question, but it Is believed that the plan suggested in the Methodist discipline is tho best thit could be adopted. He does not ex pect it to be adopted at once. If it is fully enforced in thirty years it will be a great work. This plan makea tho Pre aiding Flder tho chief responsible ofllcer, and ntiepni rrnr snd systematic by delanlt member under censure could withdraw from tho church. They answered that tho pastor may or may not allow it. If ho allow it tho withdrawal does not cor ry with it tho consequence of cxpuUion, a to return at a futtiro lime. Tho appeal of Win. Iluety, a local preaclrcr, who had been expelled, was reported, but no one appeured to proso cute it, and it went ngainut the appellant llio, health, and prosperity to llurai'O Maun. Kx. IMltkOltlc, Tl. (J (J Cl.u.tr ol U-iloJ gut Order uf Fres Msboii, aaeeinliled III lllufitll, Kmilucky, a fw days ajro. Ws hnvs iml received a full report ef iheir proi-ee.llngt, but lesrn that tha Chapters under th juris diction vf th 11 (1 Chspter wor represented, from every hut In the Union, eauept l,uu ! Im 11 am) Tsuneeee. Tha alluilnr a larja and Ilm f 0 redll'ga lull if lilr, snltf and harmony sleuUtlt orncMi 0 a ciurrta timo sTarra. M Ullon. 11 1. Uanlsp, Maine, Ü U II r. M K llou. Willis 1' Biewart, Reiituoky, du (i it r. M K lluu. Chrtilo Gitlmsii, Marylan,', U U King. h I l.'lf... 1 If II It.iI....! 11 l I' 4 I. IIOII. A V IIOWD, ,UI.l..'j'l, Vf 1. Gerthe. M K Hon. 13 A lUymonJ, Msasuchueiu, U (1 Treasurer. M i; llou. U 1) Kreuch, District Coliiiu LU, (J (J Secretary. tM K llou. N b Hatwrll. Vermont, U U C II. M K llou. Geo. 11 C Melody, Missouri, 0 (J It A C. The U O F.iicainpment for tha United Stales, held their ineetlng at the saute lima and place, and tha following ofliuers wer elected! orricas or u. o. incamtmicnt uhtidststks. Wlllium I) Hubbard, Ohio, M K Grand Maatrr. WilllnniT Gou Id, Georgia, DU Grand Matter. CliarlcaW. Mo;ire, Ma stchnsvlts, G. G. Geuemlltalmo. E. 8. liiirnum, New Vork, G. G. G.ij.t General. 11 A Kayrnoud, Matacchusells, G G Trra surer. 11. 1). Fren, h, Dlttrlct Co'umhla, G. G. I'lconlf r. William' Field, lUioda Maud, G. G. J. W. GotMiloe. Kentucky.;. U. b. W. I'Stl totlUtulo lerius whlrli limy tin Inad ,y it, , H, ,mi,, ,,((.rf, of, lUmlul iiilasiiblo. l.i'l u all uu Mtrneil huloiti roi.i lii'itt'l a it'h Iu reply, by thanking it is too Uto." . tiu.l Unit "Miiiii-lnrtilu not roin(ata. It wtta uii.lar Iii rlriuini'-lanxe, an Inhuman ra TlirlllliiglitilKt ' iml, Mii'i II I hi-il Uni t.il.l, 1,1 tha qulek. W received, last vcuiug, IV0111 a H'il In mil llnnu tin Virginian lia.l a friend at Lawrcc.bt.rg, tho following 2X"m TuU r r,,,,, telegraphic dispatch, vi: I Wl.äl. 11. wo.kman wer et.gsged ( ,Ir(HMIni ,.,.. Ill raising tno limners ti 1110 nri spun Comshub imi v tv vt an A ns,, ol iho Ulilo una iMlaaiaalnpl llnilruml lal, l Hrldga across tho tlreat Miami river, J'J. J one of tkt men, contrary tu urdwrs, re a""' moved Urn braces which held lliotruist's Hariey, In eouse. fell over, proclpllatlng lotirtecii men, together wtth the timbers of the bridge, about fifty leet. F.leven of IhJ workmen wero more or less injured, and two killed," Tho names of tho un furtum tu per sons, we regret, aro omitted In our dis patch. Hn. ll.ipllal t bknclll tlon. 'l'lii ConirreiiC" ol na Imllani General lUnlWl A.i 1.1I1011 tm lately lu-hl in Terrs llautd. Tlit-r.1 was nltle tiiouloiit oil many iiiiitoitniit matter in Iho Convention. In re laiioii tu Ilia Timipertnce cuuae, the follow ifi(T rraolkliou waa puaed: Keaolved, I lint we llnarlily a.tpiove of the ertiittti, I Pi.t'titiai, sit iur iKt.H, It.itir, in f Vir, T ''"it. I I'l.tur SAM r 1,1.1. l artt, tV in .r tt " tk I K. alliur, t St ir imi ...r m. It no si, n tu ai, )Uianir. M Itiintfh Mitvi. HlliiinlK it. I II. mit I'.ilt 1 I'l.nir Ciirr.'l 3? il, 41 niiU e.nli. ihe l.ct una Hit. ami or stir tite orttiape that inn he rn.iilrej fr lninl to t t.t Ute ta.U ir the iiurrltaten. MAHOGANY AND IlLACK VVALNÜT WAUK. Souit.Txto-a-1 etat,r,-ntr Tstilct, Ptsnttt.F.etv rtialrt.l.'orkliif Cltalra, Nora-aaal ( ha Ira, Hook. Caave anil Kaitt Hiireaut, llaOlala,rUt. of ev ery it) le sml ilea, rli.tl'ii. COMMON CAUlNnrWAWF. I have on Itanil a vert heavy tlm k f rhran-r wan-l t oinpria in apn, Flat, ami mh M-al j ( ha Ira. ol all Stilrt anil ).rlri't, Unn a, it, 1 a ' l.l.'t , Hot iliijj t'lialrt, huuiitt, Potltteaili., I .mi I ele, I LOOKINO-GLAPHK ON HAND I A Inrtreaamirtniant of l.rxililiis-ll la.-., or flit, I rotnwo.id, snd Hiallttjfl,v frame ,hlli I III tell ' at low l.rii 'M. MATRAHHRd ON HANI). A l-noil aupplx of.,rlhf ,rrlid t.alr and atmU lo Malrawea, matte In Ilia ltM mannaf ami alao make l,,u lo onlr I n any av that map he deal. red. Ilrtlerl work III reealve tarlpatr atlnitUoa and tie dnite tn Ute ti,,tt ort manlike manner, rartti'ulsr attentiiia paid w li.ii..iiie iivaier. 4.1-jr. A.CU.MMt. W. T. Tonaaat aa. C. ti W, ST.at v. fMinii'HM hvaM-i itiKi.-nnAsM ru m. i IHIK" AM) KlMtNllKK. Mo. i.1 Wetl fr-tnl almel, Ii. i ll., tall, keep eoiialantl OS hand a large a.aorliiif nl of work in 0,pl' Hoe, eniitiaiini of nrntt and I'lMled rnekt, fonhtsiN and (ierieretor ItrauMt, l.l.j.f.ir, ktntiOi l"'er, Valvs, ( linder ami linaea ( ,., k a, I oeiitnollv lirat.et, lliwa 4nltl, I ii (ilolma, Variiun, and Sll.le Vatvaa, St.. a in Vil.ilit, Itallinsj Noln, hear and Sim l'innp, In.lUihj Ms' l, ii.f. Aft Urn. Ca (Uns: made In orit.'f, ( n.K tald ft.r n-ir and llra.a. ru., 'a-lo-lr. Ali 10 ad Lin rn(j. 'I tie it.li.i rlt.tr It J.i. now ret eHlt.a from Ihe AlUallu i itiwt ror Ilia iralilts Pall and Win. I.'ftia.le a larse, Im II snd toinleU sitorlmenl a all ids vrii,ti0t uf Hootli vnuiiierpMla lis M- luvt In lltl htiiplo Fnnoy Dry flooil. Silk UfJi, A'r7tN'lrYtrSr',IVi,tte, Uhtfr wm, IU I I m AaWr ar Hur " Oil ClmtMt 'iri.4 axrf l.rtr 11 1,1. N the aUantlua ut Ilia .tt Iii 10 la a..pcall ilirnriad. (In iiatUkrn rel iialht Hilt fall In Ihe elttt llun of lilt stmlf eital. hits' MUH lo oltur, lo Uta trail a lin t wlili k In aUiit and varloly etravdt any lo ho hiund In h It market end lo a I.,. It Ita ball he Inaltliif lio'iiimil aiMilioix Ihrtt'ttfli.nil h."fon. Ii.,), soiild Itii.l 11 l.t ll.t'ir inlurort In, all sml iM'iii't I lilt tliM k ( a hit h wit! etwa ha fniind Itrire ami all 1 at lltf tlwfur, .tir. Iialns elea Itareat he I, iluiuri,tl.d l.n .''I. r. $i et Unna of Sit) lioiKo In lltr rtttii.lrv, M, 'lM H, J', N, I he lili.i.iiiiikl rite slaiyi sl4 1 rail, for all klml. grain and ail .n"vd tuunUy iir.i'l.K'.i t .uii ii, 0 i iu.(. for i,atl.i lliuok till i, Ulli If 3 as. Vll l'II D Itli. ri'l.y jflven Uiat on the tfi-Ht day 1 j i of h.n.l.-ml.i r IK.I a writ or utlaulimunl wat ! T .' .t,il I.) 1110, John a Jn.ilio of Iii .'. " J ' J of Ilia t'oiinl) r Krank Uu ami flato -r Indiana al .....'i,' prlnoliil" enilioitittil lu tha 'M stVordinff lli only sure cheek evil oi iiilemperanee; anil tlmt wm enrncatly urge ujion tha churches la tawe a dTj.lrd slaml In favor of s'eurins; Hit paaaHs of a similar lutv la this iSt.it hy ihn lu-xt si saimi of Ilia Lrgltlature, sml ws do, u indlviilual, pleitjs our lives, fori n nee, snd sacred honr( 111 kuiiitort of this Morl lo destroy ths Do- ' nu n : I liit-inptrtiiies. ITi 'Ulovohiiul, Alinlitoii, mid lioulxvitle Rallnm.l. We l.-urn llml u comjniny hue tx-en ,ir(jaujrj nt Cleveland lor llio purpura of Im II dingf a railroad from Ih llt'fiiiitulnn, vi Troy, 1.0 K)uton, tociuiMict with thu Mixlinoii nnd Laks I'.rlo rou.. In,liviluul stoek suhxcrlp tiotis littvejit-oii minie to the nmoutil of .jUi, UDO, and Iii people, nloiig tin) line of the iroiua.iJ road atmiil reudy lo inoreuh llieue fciil.icrij tloiii lo tliu amount nooaa.iry ltpul the run I ihrutmh In tho idiorti t-t jium. iI'I Uhh-. A m. tine for coiifrennrt In trtiTii Ilm Di Ilia In. Uu. p und Mitn, Hie itldjvl of John I. nlluro m;iilii.l tlio fc'.iit.l. and 1 lu.U.'l. nr.lil. snd I'rt.'t U of 1 hartnil't linllt-y, ami al.o sa i.ltUuvil liltitl.t nt tt, .11 in a tlintt I.) thu aaltl J.tlill h. Wal lut e tl.al one Jul, it J. I.,rit of inl.l County wirl In-ilt-lilod in suld Cliiirlnit t lsily hy imle sml a ami, mont lattiud Ittr sld Jlni J. I'm In et l'unr on th 4lli day i.l u. l.iliwr 1 til a , 4 o'l hn k l. M. and r.lnni wa. mn.lo l) tlt auld ronxaltlu and ail Inventor) ftti-.l ! Ilm ti.ltl J.1I111 J. Du.ro of hit In ili hli ilnni to tuid l liarl.tiie I'ail.-v at follow to wit: Onu .NoU' ir dm 1 1 ii n.l nil llnllart ia)atli .in Ihn I. ., ;.t of January iM and lltal on Ilni3ll ilaine Law," as duy of rtoi.iir I "Mi erJuN lo. k,l. M . I will j.r.i lo tha direful I ; .''" ''.'! ,Kl"'J T'r,,.,,!!a..tl,ilI,Vl,. "!!! tul.l Juni, . 11 IntHfV. n.H'i.'i.i .uu uii nniiiMia Dully and ell oilier n'rot t'oni-.-riiitd will luke (;, t,, r. JOIIS lll.l'.W. Jiulko of llio l'cut'ü, (lit I. 'tit l-.tl-l1-3tv, AI'ocrlG. Mm Key, Sou'h Curnliiis,G G Warder. Tho Triennial .Meelinir of ihs ahova G. Crnn.l bu.li.-a will Im hrl.l at lim eltv of IIa, I. ' rwtors of llie I .1 1 1 v 1 1 1 and fovitigton, t i- ... ... . 1 .1. . . 1 .iii,.;ioii uii'i 1,1111 I, ri-. mihi in'.- iiiiuh aim furJ, Coiiiu-cllcul 011 ths s'-coiid Tursd.tylu Ui-plrmbi-r, ltöü. ILTTlie reerlpis nt Iii tfui I'slr In Dtiy ton, xcri-ded 7.0DÜ -luelu,liii(f tha pre llmlimry subw'riit oii Iniuirer: by the liixirJ. This It about fllMlO moro thnri Ihs rerrlota ntl'leveiiiii.l I mt ymr. llellefoiiluliio rnmls will l held nooil. .Mnrali.il! and WhiU lave relumed from tha (.tiko lilr with the moat chevilng no- (oiliils uf (he pronpi'i lt for the speed y con summation ol Iho pltlllS of Iii fl if u.!a f th colt put il ri'I.KHK TO HEAD TI11S.XI IIOOJ; AG KNTS WANTED. I u svil I'll loriiil uml t'aurut Works tor Ihr Venr 1N.1I. WAN 'II'. D, IN KVBUY KlICTION OF Tin: UM i r.u t.ti:s, stiivs and u itrirlainj nii-n, to t'i'S'Re In ihs sulo ofsoms of tlit lfl llni ks putitli-i'd In ilia Country To Iih-u if good U'ltl reüH, ioa'i,d.if a small cnpitnl (if from lo frIIKI, such Induie-llt-11 1 a will In, olleiid aa to t-nuliU llieul lr make fori. 1 v'l to Sin i'uy itofil. IT'l'lio Houl publlalit'ii by us srs all nee ful lu ll.flr li ir.iutt r, extn-mrly pcjtul.ir, snil com 11 it n.l Lo;;" snh-s lur' vr they sre ollVred. l'or furtherpiitllruUrs, iiMren, (poMHg p.uJ,) KOllKUT HI. ARM. riisi.itnea, I h 1 lllltiiu hi r--l, a. 'H-.tsrk, llf.'UTS SOLUTION Hun. an II Tmm. fainuiiia O, t.kti. l-'iill Stuck ClutliiiiL' illK.M'l It ihati Hiai l.t.ai.i'.t l li tiadaralgnedj 1.1 atraiii nn, iiiiii.t r totiinlr l..run'r pairunt, the niliir i.tirall , llitl llie are ru! In i tllret'l Irom rm a eaW fkiluxtlptut ef U.fir Kail tt.tt k of Clüthin.lJcutuFarnUhingOüOil.'j rttill uitrivallfd In lit enlft.l. In Ihe ef ellea, uf arlli Ira .uml In lli. 1 eklrvmt-l) low j.rUft al hielt ll.tiv are tu hi. I lu-y would sltotty that. In rotuiealon .Ith lliulr tlm k of cluUiu.y.il.t') have Jntl rei elved.aad will krei ron.ui.lt) 0,1 hand, a lull and romilta a.orlintiil of (.ilotlis, llassiincrcs, k Vesting, whlt'h will he tuid al unu.uully low Sffuret tr mado loordt-r, al lite tliortn.l ttt.l.t r, and la the im. t fu. I.I. inuliltt tlj I. I Uf al.o kri'p a large Slid Well Belitt led tlotk of Hats, (iaps, Uootd, Shoos, XHIrli, rruxelt , filar 1 , , nrr atrf fntl AA'Ati htiirry glavrttlrkrt-bki, amSrJwr. t I imk 1, n nt! trunk. , all of will. Ii tlu-y have taten I cri'Mi I'Kii.t 111 i-i.'i in. ir, ami a lin n ini-y aro oo I ntriiilncd to eil al tilth rict't a. will I mure lltr-tr j talo loany t r.in who, nay have rir.'d tlum, hi- ftirn Hin liu. 111K i'Im m hero. I Tl.t-y would, tlirrrli.ro, earni'.tl) li'v'W jx-rsom ; w i.lilnit lilivtliln lu ll.oir lino, lo rail at luviC i (jtlotlunir Kmporium. and eail,iit tltrlr aiil.. Hie Ir qauHty and l-rl.e Irrllittf iiiiitl.lriil llml In m utuct if eljle and ltt- mill lil iillirli.li' tliry uinin'l le -t'lleil. ilti-v rum. nt fi.rlii'ar l.-n.lfrll " tlndr Ittankt lo Iheir i n.li.int r. ,.,r Ihe ti it 1 t'l in w hull lhe have CI r HlaUi'l lliftr iat e . 1 . ....and hope lite oon. na. n. . Hint iiiiri.nitfu, hgr. I .l.ircto tilterally ld- Uiai'd. nu.) he inn lu. ut d tnour mutual advan-iniri-, itur,i lliom thai we ri-rornlt,ln er '"' inn.. ti-Miiin 'imi., liniitt Iml thi. .r,m lle talr dniuir wuh all. H.M.K riAM'.K. .. Ii. All work wrrHi.t..it,aod any furiuoul rip I i ti SC HI ''i' rcpalrad n riitullotielv . ItititlkV llio Vit. UU, aj3. Kann fur Sale! ' The nilif.lt',ti d nflor fur antes furm. t mili a j hit.w llti.t.kv.ll., ni-ar llie Valley Had K'mvI nd I I (irninkti. It riiii'iiln. II at rrt.ofwhli h IJUai rea In nliltkliiui, Im iinllnif iiiint ri't ,r,.flae,whl. h will eniil.lo Ihe LWtory .ffllVA ni 1 c t. V iri..v lliorolid tind-r .onlrmt as toon .it tl. 1 V7U1 ClUO DiarillCja V. Iii. -Oily FlUX m-etttiiry trnr v-ys Im-ve Iff 11 i-omprfo, M. U . II Ol I . .l?r 1,1 l"f HttadtVlll.:, 1 of linltom, and :m fri.lt trrr..-. Ill, onlltiarv fkrin linn.r.. S'.'.Ktl 1 of lhirof 1 au ainml 'in lot. rr.l ma. year, ( all and -t hitrraln. Mit I'.'l- . I l-.IIUl I M'