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FnOIH KUUOPlii J
De1lN in rioari Cotton rirni.
Deel 7Ibmt4 declaraa Is favor
, f Tarkof
New VoiKr Deo. 12.
Th teamer Arctlc.wlth advices from
Liverpool to the 30th tilt., arrived at this
port lait eventnjr.
The steamer Atica arrived out on the
ljlht of the 37th.
. Tb British Parliament was prorogued
until the 3 J January.
' We have nothing from the Danube of
anj Importance. Heavy raiu anJ snow
are reported. It was reported that a
treaty had been entered Into between
, Prance and England to guarantee the
. intesrrity of Turkey.
1 Prussia and Austria hold off,
v Austria had ordered larger forces to
The latest advices from InJia report
that Daos, Mohamed, and In fact all the
Mohamedana, arfl opposed to Russia.
Tho Chinese Rebels were everywhere
victorious. A Tartan Invasion was ru
mored. Tho Arctia brings 05 passengers,
smong them is J. C. D. Davis bearer ot
dispatches from London and I'aris.
There were strong rumor that in ir
litis had been agreed upon by Russia
and Turkey, but they were doubted. It
waa also reported that tho Turks and
Russians had aq engagement, Vat it was
, Dot credited.
The Saltan hns approved of tho con
duct Of Omer rash on the Danube, and
sent him a present offthorio. There
ort that tho Turks had repulsed the
lusnian five time j at the .engigcment
st til. Nicholas, in Asia Is confirmed, and
tho loss of tho Russian vessel Is also
ulTlclallv announced. .
Admiral Hir I Lyon Is on his way to
take command of Iii Ilriti.li fleet.
The Ruiilan ehamSers had opcnn'Ij
tlitt (iovernmeitt claims the prlvllftT'i of
ctlng In regard ti the Ksstcrn Ifalr,
as It may see fit.
Homo troubles are reported at lUJen,
between tho government and tho der
The forces sent t Hungary by Aus
tria, conolsted chiefly nf Artllfory.
Whfrtthsd licllned lu ;' tnli, anJ
Flour fid to Is per bbl.
Richardson lira's circular quotes
Wssfrn Caml FlMur at 37s(.t3'is 01,
r.d I'ImI . UM, und lUliluior 31 UM
37s (id) Whits Wheat lüaf. üs, Od, and
Red 04 4d!ts I0d I n la it (!..rn , )mt
4fls Od for white and 4 Ist ? iU tld for yl
1'fovlsloni were plenty, and there waa
more doing m Pork, but llacon sides sit. I
shoulders were again low, Tallow was
l.khAI n.t .li.il Mi.i.m UJhi III fV.kib.1 .1.4.
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,lifi, Ml I M I t I'll.''. llilliiwil WM.
litis waa Join j In Tea, but pi los wvrs
maintained. . i ;
At a ball gives by the Kreuth Ainbas
sador, at Madrid, the Uuko Abba, broth
er-tii-law uf tho Kmpreasof France,
made somedUparing remark concerning
the dresa uf Mrs. Houle, ths w ii uf the
American Minister at the Court of Ma
drld, which was overheard by a younger
brother of Mr. Huule, who made a slight
assault upon tho Duke, whereupon Mm
Ister Mould InturlcruJ. Tho ail 'air pro
cueed much excitement, and young
Huule challenged tho Duko to fight a
duel, which tho Utter declined.
' Arrivals froMi Melbourne, flvo day
luter, had been received in Kugland, be
. ng to August Ü'Jlh, but tho advices
HMfTiiri TJulhtng' uMulci trat,'
,Vws by ttie Nletjiirtt
Bostos, Saturday, Pec. 10.
The Niagara arrived here lust night,
bringing the llumbolJi'e mails and )
In louking over tho papers by her, we
find little ot interest in addition to what
W4S telegraphed from Halifax.
The London Morning Advertiser, of
the 2ßtli, says the (Joverntnent ha I re
ceived a dispatch announcing tho en
trance of the combined fleets into 11 lack
The same paper has a dispatch, dated
Vienna, 23th, elating the Russians hud
attacked St. Nicholas, in Asis.bothby
landend sea, and were repulsed Ave
A Russian steamer, containing 1,500
men, stranded on tho occasion, and only
twenty-five were saved, sud these were
taken prisoners by tho Turks und bro't
Another dispatch to tho London pa
pers kay that the Turks had captured a
Man-ofWar In the DIack Hea, and that
the crew had arrived at Constantinople,
priaonera ot war. Advices from Con
stantinople, under dato of Nov. 10th
ays that the city was in 4 stale of joy
ful excitement: bulletins being Usuod
announcing that, on the 4th, Omer
Paaha had defeated the Rusaians at Ol
teniiza, upon which occosiou tho Rus
sian General led 30,000 troops against
the position which the Turks had taken
on the 2nd and 3rd, on the left bank of
the Danube. The battle lasted six
hours. The Russians were completely
defeated, and left a large number of anna
and amunition on the field. Uf the
Russian forcea 800 were killed; and of
the Turks only 13 killed and 72 wound
ed. . , From Ilia suits Journal.
IIau. .Iceae D. Mrlght.
' It Is one of the duties of the editor of
public journal ot Indianapolis to spread
before the people of the State the acts
of our Senatorsand Representatives at
Washington, particularly such as per
tain to the interests of the State. This
ia demanded by the people, and expected
by the large portion of the local press,
owing to the superior facilities we pos
sess at this point. Ism pleased to ac
knowledge that you have noticed the
acta of our Democratic members quite
as mach as could be expected from the
editor of a Whig journal.
In the absence of a Democratic editor
at this point, having the disposition to
expend much time in noticing the public
acts of the Hon. Jesse D. Bright in the
Senate of the United States, I request1 joined the Methodist Episcopal Church,
tho use of your columns to place belorejio June 1829, ia the state of New York;
jour readers from time to time such as : removed to Indiana in 1834, and settled
are connected with the interests of the in Ripley munty. He was licensed to
people of the Sute. As he is not fa- J preach in M J 7, and joined the travel
mous for long speeches or buncombe i ling commotion in 1838. Brother S.
resolutions, you will not be greatly possessed a mind of more than ordinary
taxed. Indeed, you have already almost ; capacity, and by diiijenc e had gained
snperseded the necessity ofthi article. 1 store of general- knowledge. As a
On the first da? of the session Mr. preacher he was sound in ductrine, and
Bright offered a resolution, which was clear in the exhibition of Gospel truth,
unanimously concurred in, that two often rising to a heavenly eloquence
Chaplains of different denominations be when contemplating some of its lovely
appointed for the present session, one, themes. Daring the filteen years which
by each House, and to interchange he spent in the itinerancy, he realized
weekly between the two Houses. in common with his brethern, many of
On the 6th instant, Mr. Bright alluded) its jojs and sorrows. He had many
to the fact that a bill had passed at the seaU to his ministry. His last appoint
last session, snd received the signature ment was to Milton circuit, South-East-of
the Speaker of the House, but by ern Indiana conference, where he labor
ome , 'mean had failed to reach the i ed faithfully till about the first of Sep
President for his approval, in which the j tember, when he waa arrested by that
Sute of Indiana, and more particularly' fatal disease, the flux, from which he
her State University, were deeply inter-! continued to suffer till the first day of
es ted. It was the bill grantiug to the October, when his spirit passed iu pea:e
Indiana University a township of land land triumph to its rest in heaven.
in lieu of the one she lost in a suit with . During his last sickness he was visited
the Yincennes Seminary. He asked; by aeveral ministerial brethren, who al
the unanimous consent ot the Senate to j w'aya found him resigned. He spuke
take it up and consider it at once. No ; frequently and confidently of his com
oujecuon. naving Deen made, uie bill
vvuaitnicu i u lyuuiiu llcc ui LÜH
Whole, and was read a third time, and
passed. Thia prompt movement on the
part of Mr, Bright, will ensure the pas
aje of the bill ia the House, with like
effort on thprt of our ReprewnUtlr
'fnJ will retiera our State University
I mtev I Ii A a nnvuk ak.Ia.I a av 1. a mm m a m nl
H VHi in aifpi vnriiucu viiiiiiiiiviii
growing out of the loss of a township of
(and taken away from her by the decle
Ion of tho Supreme Court of the United
States, " and which for yeara ahe had
consiJered as a part of her endowment.
On the same day Mr. Drlght gave
notice that he would ask leave to intro
duce a bill providing for the aurrender
of certain bonds of the State ol Indiana,
held by the United States. These are
the bonds, to psy interest upon which
our three percent, fund has been with
held, for tho last eight or ten years.
These bonds, if I am rightly informed
were purchased in trust by the United
States, for certain Indian tribes, at a
time when Indiana securities were con
sidered a safe investment. When the
State ceased to pay Interest on her
bonds, the officers of the General Gov
ernment retained our three percent,
fund, put of which they have paid the
Indians their interest. Now, my idea of
this whole mittcr Is about this: - The
General Government, as a liberal guar
dian of the Indians, should rc-inrett
their money in some other securities,
and surrender tho Indiana bonds under
onr State debt arrangements. Nearly
all of our foreign bondholders have como
in to this arrangement, surrendered their
bonds and taken others in their place,
anil on which we are now paying and
will continue to pay the interest, until
the debt is finally liquidated. OurStato
debt is now entirely within our means;
our new Constitution prohib'te an in
creuso, and the day la not verv far dis
tant when nur wholo Indebtedness will
b discharged. The Generat Govern
ment wilt lose a small amount, but In
diana never Invited her to go into this
arrengoinent. This matter waa brought
before the Senate, I believe, by Sir.
Ilrlglit, several years since, and a report
made in our fuvur by Mr, Clayton j but as
there wss some difhculty as to the course
to be pursued In arriving at a proper ad
justment, It was thought prudent nut to
press the inattr until uur foreign bond
holder should hsve surrendered their
bunds. ThatubiUde U not now lit the
wsy, and Congress will not no'V bit gov
erned by Its usual liberality, If tlieef j
ions oi jur. ui igm are not crownru wim
success, as he will be backed by the sup
port of our entire delegation.
On the 7th Inst., Mr, Hrlght gave no
tice Uml lis would on tin next, or some
subsequent dsy ol the session, move to
amend the standing rule of the Honslu,
so as to rhango Ilm number uf members
constituting crruln Unding commit
tees, 11 the above It wilt be seen that Mr.
Urlght I still envious of sustaining the
i haracler he has long held, of one uf the
working members n Congress, Th iss
who eapdct htm to unter into a caption
uppuhiuou to the administration ul Pres.
IJfiil Pierce, because ho cannot approve
of some of hi appointment to utile,
will be very much mistaken; nor until
ha I convince J, that either tho removal
of Jlronsuit from the office of Collector
hrNew York, or the appointment of
William J. llrowu a a Special Mall
Agent for Indiana and Illinois ii a Dun
oeratic principle, which, as a Democrat
he 1 bound to support, will be fail when
asked, to speak his mind freely on the
subject, reg4rJle of coimi'iutftics per
sonal to hi nself. INDIANA.
f).V Ills rumored that President Plerco
has opened a negotiation with Douglass,
uf Illinois, the object of which Is taget
the latter to assume the pus I lion af dt.
lender of the Administration in the U.
ti. Hönau. It Is lurther understood that
DiMigU k&itatet, as ht himself desires
to be President, if' he can see any
chance of success. U would be bftw
for Mr. l'ierce, If ho had so acted as to
require no defender. We need hardly
call attention to the fact that, while the
l'iorco office holding editors in this quar
ter, nro d;nou ncing every body who ex
presses surprise at the conduct of the
Administration, they rre at the same
time publishing the humbug articles of
the Cleveland I'lainJi-alrr, and other
papers, d'sijnJ to pave the wsy for
Douglass as the next Presidential can
didate. Remember, ifyou please, that
the Kditur of th'j l'Liintlcnli'r is P Monas
ter at Cleveland, appointed, we suppose
because ho was always in readiness to
psudcr to Hie Abolitionists of the Re
serve. He is like some of our puro par
tizuus here, however, a mere conveni
ence. We forget whether or no ho was
a Tijlrritc. II not, 'twas fur want of a
chance. Chapman's Chanticletr.
- Prom the Ma'no Farmar.
Iloirl tavrd mjr Currant llusbca.
On returning homo alter an absonc e
of a couple of years, some four yeara
since, I found my currant bushes, which
were in rows on the outside of my gar
den, overgrown with witch grass, and
was informed by my better half that she
could not welcome my return with a
glass of currant juice, as her bushes had
yielded but a very few curranta tho sea
son past. I could not think of loosing
them, as I waa too fond of their fruit,
and, besides, they had cost me much
labor. Digging them up and rooting
out all the grass was too great a task,
therefore I thought I would try and
smother it out. 1 covered the earth
around them to the depth of two or three
inches with tan bark, putting some half
a dozen shovel nils into the centre of
each bush. Itoperated to a charm the
grass was exterminated, and the next
eason I spaded in tan bark, and since
then my bushes have yielded bountifully.
I am latitied that vegetable dressing is e
qually ss good, if not better, for trees and
shrubbery thau barn-yard manure, which
I save for field dressing. d. f. h.
Top ah am, Nov., 1S53.
October 1. At his residence, in Mil'
ton, Wayne countv , Indiana, Rev. Seth
He was born in Bristol countv, Mass.,
February, 1805. His early relljious
traininz was amontr the Seventh Dar
Baptists. He embraced religion, and
plute victory through the blood orChnst.
r i ft nasi i ? si uri a ami rriiir rni trn wiiit
sorrow; but not as those that nave do
hope, ilia funeral sermon was preached
bj Rev. E. G.Wood.
A Vatic from lhMeffsld
Ilsnry Dobson, a god twenty-seven
was exscutod at York Csstle, in Kngland
April, 1833, for the murder of Catharine
Sheridan, at Wakefield.
It (s I fact, which it would be well
were it recorded indelibly upon every
man's heart that Dobson ha attributed
hia untimely and fearful end in indul
gence In the sins of drunkenness and
I have gone on," said he, "from one
crime to another; but drinking and neg
lect of the duties of the Sabbath, were
the first beginninira and foundation of all
my downward career." For A thire
. (ttrA'poor Irishman applied at the
church-warden's office, at Manchester,
for relief, and upon some doubts being
expressed as to whether he waa a proper
object for parochial relief, he enforced
his suit with much earneatoeaa.
'Och.yer honor," said he, "eure I'd
bo atarved long aince, but for my cat."
"But for what!" asked the astonished
"My cat sir," rejoined tho Irishman.
Your catl how aol"
"Sure yer honor, I sould her eleven
times for a sixpence a time, and she
was always home before I'd get there
jttT Mr. Giddings administered the
oath to Speaker Boy J. Senator Petti t
asked Üidding, to-day, if ho swore
Boyd strong, Üiddings, replied: "Yes,
I wore htm in well and on "the
higher law.' "
XiT Hotf nro north 415 in Cin
cinnati. Nttv Advertisements,
SI". Il.l'.l rm.nsU will ! rsflil si tls
OiltiHtnr tlial'l-alnnalMlarr ln ln.ll(n.it
Mrsigiit Lin. and I litrlrttisll, lit.llanjmp( lilra
ft llllf.s. ritmpanlcs, In riiMltitmll, Itiillt Hi
V.I.I ,Uy ttt jMiinsr ni. tt !) Um.llne, Mssnnr.
HrMtfiiitf. ami II. niiira fiilruri.ia nMha ral
fnm His I Mr r riiuiiiaiil msviij i iiiinanap'
on. VI, Hut NVIillt Wal VsllsV.
i'Uii Ii i i ifiinHi win UM'' rr lf
in lion t iim nmi riii kii(inr,(Wai ThtM
t. rinvliiitsil.) tni an4 ansrllis svttt4 vf January
Any nfitif lnr.irmll(in fsnb tt.Uih'l lV kp
lllii.n K. M. Iir"'i, I Im-lHHstl, Jnhs Wt,
liruukvlll Is., er J. VV. tr, Mmmimtt, O.
K, M, ll(KiOUV,r'ri.lii,
fill KiM I'ii.MKKV.C liiuf VnciHvsr,
I pill! r l"M Is riiw assriy iii. ana i
I Mriiiily r'i't all tiriits luWblo4 in his,
iirthti Uls Srin at It. ft H. 1 Mr, tu malt a f
Insul by ilia riialüay of tiaak Mtuiilli. All rlslin uf
lima uinlni, ! aaria,r I ihail arlnf suit
..l.Mi,,M....w.y. ( 1 1 tt A tt U TY.IKR,
tlru. villa ls, Sl-'SJ-U.
Tl.lt It HOr TUM AJIMIICUK,
NiiliuirimliiM h nni itaM wtilttq His or ,f
U ll liHln Iii )ar ...V.'st
If .li lit silvaim. ... ... ,
I n w a iMUifiiirSiii autanva
la el ulis urili 1 '
llvsuiswlll tadsJnrl4 on (utssrlplluu uul
ot Hi r.iiiniy,
(gfSufacrififri may rtmit wonsy Jy '""
at our rut, vhfil not lent than W ar r'
tnittrd at on. time, ami receipts will U
rrtumtd saiisy tha time to which iiy
m-nr is maU. (Main a certificate of tha
Pott Mantrr at to th amount remitted.
If arums slut Kan ittrhucMt
ttt Uta tat
-T Hi". . hoii, ami wbohnUI litem by
I..... .1. ... i ii..vd..iii ....aivil ronvivaiirtis ara rs
ptf. ifi.ll rai'ii'l la s.l.Ua lh i.n dr.liiJ 'f
lus Mi'l. ruriiililnif hi. Hixriiiliin r in ihiiu
). II. 1
i ü V LA .1l aii. oitns r.iu.
Due, I J.iU3 .
K F.M l'KU Ä CON KS
PutontS it usaRoCuttcrs!
Hthi ll inn for isiuuirs rutllnf has arrived, I
wtiul'i ri'rtrill)( Inform II. pul.lltt thai I
liave a tui'l'lv "f Ihusd labor sat tug marlilnes on
lianil ami will wit clini. Tim Im have baeo
acrusiiHiiuil to ilia old and Ulxtrlous tiuxls of
rhitilnc auauffa III b dslcliU.I Uli Iiis lm
t.rnt Diiiuvl. ( all and ses fur yiiitrwlvv.
Order of t ho Board of Commission
era respecting stock running
A T a mealing or ihn BcsfJ or romrnlMlonert
Juf KruiiWlii County, at nrookvlllooa lho. 7th,
ifsjl.tlmlr orlef of Hoplombor rub l"i3 rvlailva In
aiilnml riiiinlnf I Urr), was araoailu.laa lollows,
thul bull isIvk ver ulna inoutita oull,lxar pies
ovit four niontlts and rains over furs mmiUis o d
III not bo permlttuil Id run at larga la Uta toau
ships or prlllgnvla ana naia
Tbal tit said order bi so ainundod at lo ambries
tiornad entile ofbvlh ssxms, to ran al largo, ia Iba
luuiu ol this rouutyytavs Ilia townulpt afara-
A.R. M'CLEERT A. F. C.
Auditors OiTlca Brook 111, la.
IPcaMo OiiHo .
Of Horses Oxen und Wagons.
Tlllt nndsrslgnsd will soil al public anrtloa at
tha Vallxy lloutu In h rook villa on Katurday
Uta 1 7 tit Dvrambar 1H53 from 4 to S horses 3
yoke of oinu 4sgoua hsrnesa Ac.
A crodlt will b given and terms made knowa
on day of sale.
GEO. HOLLAND Asslgpea.
ra.Sth IMS Sl3r.
TIIOSK who ant wanting vary Sua Likenesses,
put ii i In tha latest and most approved sty la,
ara Invited to rail soon al
IX HA ILE S B UILDIXO.
Having a splendid light, good material, and long
orii-iice. Ha axpevta to do as good work as
m so dona by the boat.
A srns-ul ss insan 1 tt m ii rut rfi n ia ajia- lswk4ftA
I iiliii.watcü ktyt &o. will 60 kfpl comUntly on
1 Und. 51 3w.
Notico to Stockholders. '
VOTICE Is hereby glrea to tha Stockholders In
it Uta Ciurlnnatl Csinbri-3 and Chicago Kbort
Una Kail wsy Company, Uiai Utera will bo an KJ
eciioa held at the Otllce of said Company In Cam
bridge. City oo Thursday 19th day or Jaauary next.
ror Uie purpose or electing 13 Uirecwrs lor said
Compauv lor the ensuing year,
fly order of Uta ttoerd.
THOMAS NEWBY Fec.
C. C. AC. P.t. K. W. Co.
D3C 13 '33 do. 5- 4 w.
C1ASII FOR WOOL! WOOLtlEOOKI
; The Mills A Factory at Mstamora ara now run
nlng.snd we are ready to wait on customers la our
line, tho Factory haa been largely Improved, and
wocaorard.spin, weave, and niaaufacture Wool
oo as short notice, as good and as cheap.aa any
food shop In tho country.
Pulling and dyeing done In the nsual sensor on
falrterms.all kinds of Merchat. table produce taken
for work and especially wool greese. We will pay
cah or goods for 1UJHM) lbs Wool.
Callaod see us before taking yonr wool or work
oUerwherea. 81-33 Ji AC Y. GORDO fc Co.
Lnt and only .'all.
THE claim, notes, book accooota. dtc. belong
ing to B. H. A J. Burton and also to H. H.
BarVwj al Brook vllle; and also Iho claims belong
ing to B. II. dc J. C. Burton, and lo J. C. Bur
ton at'Metamora, are assigned to me and to be col
lected. AU persona Interested, ara hereby notified,
thai ttieao claims near aa
The case Is oue of emergency, and without re
gard to person or sea, the claims mutt andAa
be rtaid. No delay need lo bo expected, as none
will be allowed.
Those who know in,, will understand that I mean
Just what I say.
K. P. C. Burwlck will remain at the Rubotlom
store house. In Metaroora, to close up tha business
there, and is my agout to receive aud receipt for
monej. - ,
John W. tlitt le my agent at irookvllle, and
will wail on all who call, aod recuire and receipt
And all will remember that we have a court
commencing first Monday la January, another the
flrsl Monday In February that wo have from two lo
four Justice of the pears, kn esu-h-township, whose
I offices are always op jb, and thai 1 have bad. about
i 80 years experience cotleeting money, rommen
1 clngeaitdre. and that what I taw (Aar sfe.
I CEO. HOLLAND Assignee.
V ll.tVKA ptesaura ofsnnaanrlng to tha tiabltc
I lhat tha VsLi av iloi ts Is aa SUod ala iha
bast style, for tha accommodation of tha travelling
eoinmuhity, ho atns will ha spared to promote
tha comfort of Unite who may daslra to maks the
vttt llovaa their home.
Undsr tha prasmt inarisgnmeitt.l Iis tu r myself
thai no House la South eaaiera Indiana caa a'jusl
1 ha bttltdlag Is targe and eommodloas, and son
struriadaipresaly fof the purpose lo which It leap
The undersigned hsstiad machaiperlanealntha
bnalnes, and la saliafled thai all who may have
heretofore favored him, will not neglect making
this house Ihetr home whenever luelr baslitas
may lead litem lo litis placs.
ISAAC C II A PM A It.
Brook villa, Ind., March 83d, lnii.
UMIl.triXA ic PAIIAKOI.A-A larga
lot of Umbrellas and I'arasols for Sale at UtO
lowest possible price al
7 7 1.IN-CK A FARQUIUR'S.
BLO OMIIVO QRO VE, IND..
IN constantly rerelvlnf a i;lendld and corn plots
STATU' Altls FANCY DRY OODS,
Uracrla, Slatrd war,
Cutlery II! Cnpa. IloanetSt
IIatiaf shass, ll4f mrad
Drugs, nrdlrlnaa.I'alnte, Oil. Dye
Siurra, Nalla(rottsn YrM,
Wollanat Pert nmarxs Ae.t alc.f
l r The above goods have been bought tow
for rash, selected Willi Ike greatest rare, and will
be sold at the very Inwesl prices. Call and as
amine before purchasing elsewhere,
ftev. IP, 1833 If.
- iii n iTks
("" sale, at low prices, at iha Denoallort of ths
w Franklin Co. Ilible Hoclely, at M. W. llU'a. a
full assortment of Hildos qusrut, Octavo, Pearl,
with Tucks and Clasps Testaments and fialnis
Tflamnls of alt sties and qualities. German
khd Kng Hh Testament (both In one) Call and sea.
Dem. Copy. IT. OKO. IIULLANI) Frasl.
HEADY MADE 0L0TIHNG!
l f 1 hava received a handsome pMorlment of
I ready made Cloihlng, in addition lo aar
eaatorn piinlisaa which makns our aor.
d.Tn f 0,"',,,"i rfwm " '",, UKOA I) Ct.U I IIS
tieiitlamen, ws profxi I sell rinllilng a Hille
lowr than anv other Hn In this market.
Oar mnUo,anill pmnis and nuirh alcs,M
1). I'llll R A SO.t.
foe. l.M. 4S,
C'Myllnl aiortt, Annnat I're mlttnta
and Uaalarn 'Mlttta,
Til IV orHi' has im w iraiiaartad buainess fur
iiii.rs than s quarter of a eeniury, during a ttli'h
period II hss laksit mora than
, 100,000 RIMKSII
And Insured rest and persunal pfoimrly against
Ihm jtrira and V'aUr lo Ilia value of mora tiian
lttP".KU MILLIONS HOLLARS IN f UI
folic Ins of Insursnoa Issued oil Iha wost fsvnr
aliU loriiia aiiaiiiai t.ws ordautsga by Ore, or tha
perils of Nevltf-iiiliiu by
ov, I lilt, W Ijr Af enl al llsrrlso Ohio,
LAST AMU VAL OF THE SE A80 W
flllli; underalrnedhavajual been making nulla
1 a larga addition lo
lueir irseiii stork of
tlmtkiag eunslsilug of
COATS, PANTS, & VESTS
la ondUss varlnty suited lo Ilia wtulor trade.
They would llismfure say by wsy of advlnalo
those unllng loililug nut lit be lo hasty tu mall Inf
llislr parcliates, fur e ere now omirlng surh In
dueemenla I the way of rhtnk g mUt as Wilt Well
repay litem for the trouble of Im. k lug,
keiiimiH.r to call al TVMtK d HAKER'M.
Mrouk villa .Mov, lt'3Jr-l.
S 1 1 1 1 ITS AN DT) H A W IP! H R J
I..IK.i: lot of the above named articles am
bracing hilk, Woolen, l.lneuand Cotlon, just
opmicd and for sale (heap al
Xar. Ial'43 SO. J VNER Ts AAKKK'fl.
rnil i: subscriber gives notice that he
Is prepared lo make tho best quality
HOOTS AND SHOES,
at short notice. Miop uudur the Amnrlran Offloe,
sO.'Sl. ly JAMKS COOPfcK.
(TIMK is 3I()Ni:Y."
1 IIS. II t rl A II K , al his new store, one door
south or the VALLEY HOL'hK keeui eonsUnt
I; on hand a general assorlmaul of Jewelry,
silver spoons, rasors, and, great variety of
snrh as are nsually kept by Jewelers. IIa la pre
pared also to repair old Jewelry, and to clean and
repair clucks and watches on reasouable terms and
al short notice. He w 111 also lake old sliver and
gold In exchange for goods.
Kov. Stil 'ja.-td-ly
GREAT SALE OF REAL ES TATE.
T HC undersigned Commissioner appointed by
iha Court of Common Pleas of Kr u kiln Co.
Ind. will sell st publle auction on Tuusdsy STlhof
December, IK13 belwoon )0 and 4 o clock, al Ilia
old school houso In the town of Franklin In
said County, on Pipe Creek, and continue from
day today until sold Die lollowlng real estate be
lonrliir to tha Koberta hairs.
1 ho hi a. w IT,
WJ s. a 17,
a. e. ofs. w 17,
n ofserllon.. 9",
e.e.ors. w 84,
n.w. of 81,
B.w. ofs. w 83,
et of So,
ni of n,
n(ofs. e 53,
W I S W e Mill nil ' I
s. e.ofn. e t,
e, of n. w 8,
et of aw 13,
Klpley county dt as ofs a 3D.
In said co.
s of n w 1,
a w of so 94,
d e of n w 3ü,
soft o e I,
a w of na 9,
n w of e 9,
n a ofs w 9,
a a of n w 9.
TKll.TlMs oue ihird down, balance In ope and
two Tears with Interest to be secured by nolo aud
approved security waiving benedl of appralseinonl
aud valuation laws. kov. iu
GEO. HOLLAND Commissioner
At same time and place the undersigned will
sell In same way and same terms tha following real
estate iu Prankln Co. belougmg to ma Kail Koad
n e of s e 90,
wt of SS,
b fractional soction. ....... 97,
ov. M MS3.
G O ODS A T NE W YORK
THE undersigned proposes to sell at cost, the
entire stock or goods, groceries, ready maoe
clothing Ac, lately owned by Benjamin II.
Burton, al Brook villw and also the store lately
owned by John C, Burton at Metamora .
Tha goods are principally new, havinjr been
recently purchased, mostly tn the East at low pri
ce are well selected aud suitable lo the market
and aeason, and embrace a very general as
sortnwnt of all lhat is desirable.
The goods are to be sold aod sold Immediately,
at cost, roa cash only, and all who desire to ob
tain goods at their own priees, almost, shonld call
at once. They are going off like nor caecs and
those who come flrsl will
GET THE BARGAINS.
Greater Inducements are now offered to jtur
rhasers than ever were offered before ia the White
Tho goods at Brook vllle will be round at the otd
Burtou stand, those at Metamora at the Bu
bottom store house, where the public will be
walled on by gentlemanly and accommodating
Nothing but money will be taken for goods, no
books kept, no credit given, but chaf baboaiks
CASH IS THE MJTTO
The goods are sold for cash not for the profits.
Ladies gentlemen country merchants ped
lars boys aod girls call, and call now, and see for
yourselves. GEO. H01XA3D Assignee.
Kov. 8d iesj. 30 tr.
Jt'ST received a good assortment of FCH5I
TU HE, consisting To part of Bureaus, Tabls
blande, Centra-t ables, Sofas, Lounges, Cribs, Wit
low Cabs, Wagons aud Cradles, Hedsteads, Mat.
trasses, Chairs of every variety, atlhe 1
Brookville, July 13, 1M3 31, '
xr . i
Till? SuWrlbsr. thankful to a generous publ U
fur the liberal patronaga bestowed oo him, would
resectrully Inform them thai be still slrlvee lo
meril the same, by keeping eonslaetiy on hand. the
best assortment of Htoves ever offorei fur aale,
west or Iho City. All Uose In want of
A GOOD COOKINO 8TOVE
should call ono door North of M. H. Burton's Store
where ha will be lound, alall times, fiadf lowait
on all whs may favor him with a rail-
Parlor, Oflice, Store, nnl Shop
Stoves, of osw snd beautiful patterns. Ths siwn.
lion of the public Is rt'spectfullv tnvllad to The
Kol.ling ltoor Parlor H love, which will meet ths
approbation of all.
'Sugar Kettles, Skillets, Pots,
Ovens, and Lids. Andlrons,f!adlrons, Iron-stands,
Um.. .Mit rnnn.. U.lll.a 11 .Mil Au.ln.iM Ia
Iki-m... k I. .Iiint alk...ra llmlrakl. nf
Tin. Copparand SheoUron Vara. of his own !
L. i.i..i. i.. I.- r
n-.i... .wklui. .n H..I.U Ith . .....a.unce
inst heran supply them as eheap aa any other,
OKI Corner, Pewter, nnd . Iron
taken In eirhaiife Air all articles la his Una.
44-tr. J. II. FLUOK.
Qnch will He theskclamatlnn of svery one, that
k;iwii in iiidvi i
OLD WHITE CORNER,
and etimlneitlis lirre and splendid itock ol I
Fnll nnd Wltncr (.ootN. I
direct from New York and rtoab.n, alt or which
were selected with rs re .and espreaalv for this mar- I
kel. Onr entire stock we purchased ot Importers
and Ullis sold on the most rsvorable terms. Wo I
ara determined lo ba on Iha "ro ahead' principle j
nd not be beat selling low. We particularly In.
vlte Ine attention of ihn Ladles to onr superb stork
or UHR: onoiift rnmptislng evaryililug In this
line from Callroes io the flnostsllks and satlns.
We havea large stork of men's wear's shoes, hnte,
csps.and finally everything lhat Is pena'ally kept
la a retail store, a list or which will be found In
small advertitemenls In this paper. We would
here grate fnllr,ack now ledge nurtelvrs !inlpll'l In
our many kind natrons fur tiaal fuvors ami enrdlal.
i um a eoniinuanra.
. i -
K. D.fJAMilOK A HON,
. sk . ava. a at.asiaaS
Silkul Silks! ISilkBÜl
I ePIfCrs Mresa Silks, eomprtslnf
1 i)W Pieces Saured.
10 plain and Sgttrad black,
All of Ilia Snealttyleiand hl ptrn Jualrersl.
ved and will be sold cheap by
sep VU..I4 N. i. UAI.t.t0N A HON,
naaraaaTam sew bbbbbjs asaaaBBr-savataasBBBBWa wasat- at r
LudicH' Dich Oooil.
To Iha ladles, ws would ssy.callal llisMild While
Corner, ' S'ul lake a peep al Iha Srteat lot nf
lres liiMtds.sverolfured lu idle ntarket,ronsisilrf
1 . .. . - II. .1 . 1.1 , - I .. , . ...,a
eu inoraa mi.ann.ia lamaa, ranging irm l is
o VI per yard
in suit warptuairel
JMt " eomtiiun d
S erape tie lalne
IS Preiu h inerlnol
alt of whli h were tiiauururtured from the Snest fa.
brie and keel materials and purclissed direct from
Importers, and Will bs sold at small profits, by
epfJ-. W.U. UAtHUNSthosr.
Ilrookvillo Hunk In Oocn(ion
A II of Prank III County have heard oflhe low prt
res, al which Uonds have been unlfunuly sold al
Iha eheap store ol
1). IMMCi: A: SOX,
And that Is Iha reason why thus have alesvs
had Iha ereain of Ilia eouuliy trade, lint this Pall,
knowing that Lioods were high when the Merchants
rusheU uit so hastily, llicy concluded lo wall till the
rush wss overt w bun from there being mora sei.
Iura than buere, they buuglil their beautiful Pa I
n inter sioca at
Ton per Cent Less?.
Than any other llousa In the Vsllsy.
I hue we ean undersell all who Imugul earner,
as will be found by pricing oitrdoods and Ihulra.
Uur stock Is Indeed a choice and bes. llfsl
m I, a.,., ...m ... .iiiiwi.li'.a.
and eannol be beulun lu Franklin County.
II.PKICK V KO.f.
jnIlwlll pay lofotliore. That's oJ if.
Furniture. Furniture, Furnitur.
T K Invite the public attention lo our new stork
II of Purnllurelust received, hit-It we oflura Hi
lle lower lbs a any other bouse In tue White Waler
Consisting of aofns, Ruresus, Centre Tsblt'S.Csrd
Tables t hurry dc Walnut Hrenkfaat dc Dining la.
Ides Drawer A Waah Ktamls, Hed.tuails, Louugos,
Cribs, Willow Waggons A Cratll-js. Matraasus ba.
tides a general avaurlineutof tll.tlK.
ir. V. I'KIl B A SO.f .
Ihls & Caps.
A splendid lot of all sl)lesaad prlcesof the above
article Just opened al
Rirnisn II Tissa. Fssossn a O. lUisa.
Fall Stock Clothing 1853.
CIIRAPRR than the cheanesl. Tha undersigned
would agsln announce lo their former patrons,
and to the public generally, thai lliey are govt In
receipt; direct from Ars in k aaaf tkHuUelpkiu of
tholr Pall slock of
Dlllt unrivalled In IU extent. In the excellence of
articles .and In lite extremely low prices al which
they are sold.
They would also say that, In connexion with
their slock of cloth Ing.tliey havelual rerelved.and
will keep constaully on baud, a full and complete
Uloths, Uassimercs, & Vestings,
which will be sold al nnnsnally low figures or
made to order, at the shortest notice, and In Iha
euost fashionable st) la. They also keep a large
and well selected stock of
Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes,
Shlrti,travmt$,tllmri,i0tki,neck anaf aeckei
AAofArt ktiit-rf gltvetiptckrt-tkt, umkrtllntsr.
ptmcki,an4 trunki, all of which lliey havelakoa
great palus In sslecting, and which they are de
termined to sell alsucn prices as will lusure their
sale loany person wbo may have priced litem, be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
They would, therefore, earnestly Invite persons
wishing anything In tholr Hue, lo call al their '
and examine their goods, their quality and price
fueling confident that la iioalnoss of stvle ana du
rah! Illy of article they cannot be excel led.
They eannol forbear tendering Iheir thanks to
their customers .for the manner In which lliey have
appreciated their past exertions jtnd hope the con
flduuceaiid patrounge, herutofore so liberally be
stowed, may be continued toour mutual advan
tage, assuring ihem thai we recognise. In our busi
ness transactions, none but the principle or fair
dealing with all. TY.NKK dc BAKKK.
M. 11. All work warranted, aad any gariueut rip
ping will be repaired gratuitously.
Hi ovk villa Oct. 13th 1853.
KAIL KOAD Li:TTIG
The subscriber Is lust now receiving from the
Atlaolle Cities for tha approaching Pall aad Win
tor trade a large, full and complete assortment o
all the varieties of Goods enumerated In tha fol
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods.
Silk Ceeafr, .Vr'B,rrfwerr.QercBerc, Glatt
ware, Hrtt Cap B.ntt Sneer User aaaf Uli Cfersr
Cmrptthigt aaaf Leather to which the attention of
Ibe public Is e-pecially directed.
He has taken groat paint this fall in the selection
of his good enabling him to offer, to the trade a
stock which In extent and variety exeeedc any to
be found In thl market end to which be ball be
making frequent addition throughout tha reason.
Buyer would find It to their Interert to call and
rpect his etock (which wil.' always be round large
Ir determined his prlrtt tkmltie as fsar as tboso of
any hone in the country. K, TYNEK.
P.R. The bigheslmarket pries always paid in
eah for all kinds grain and all approved countiy
produce taken In exchange for goods.
brook villo Oct, 12.10 I8i3 43.
Boots & Shoes. -
10 cases Kip Boot;
8 " waterproof Boole
M mens calf
9 " " Sup
3 Boys coarse
8 Kip "
1 Mens coarse shoes;
S 44 Kip
1 Fine Cair
60 pre. Rubber A Buffalo over Shoes; '
Just received by the nndursigned direct from
Mew Vork, and will be sold cheap tor cash.
fi. D. GALLION A SOX.
sale at the
OLD WHITE COKNÜK.
RK.i;U1 RrtowlaM SpioirloMI
onaWlS! OnaWla..: onilrVli.l!
A superb stock or Drocbo.Cbene, Crspe.Tnlbe
wool, long and sonar shawls, at the
OLD WHITE CORXEB.
I J Je at n a U aT a A Fa. ocul a hare on ka" d a
J.ZiH il ? E,!.u .f VI olTet.T '
.I ATffl. l . . .... . J.
Lair el Iron Store
which I will sell low.
Sep. ?0. 10 tf.
COMPOUND BVRUP OP
yi:llov iiocr uoot.
THIS tia tMTtli frirfete Cmnl, adeotlt
catty prepares fsaia Uta best loo and Herbs
OS the Materia Medlca, and has guhted an anri
vailed reputation fur Iba following efforts, vli.
Kk-Ut'LA I10 AM) NTKIOiUlllK.M.Nd THE
Uvaa ana Uiasirivs Uaosss, ssaCkisasiMO
tat Nrosna tusriowiu,
and thus riataa all ilillwua UlseaMS, UvolTom-
ilalnU.ltyatintiala.ln.ligcaUon.i oauveova. files,
lleadsche, Vever and Ague, iaundta. ftausea.
Loss of AppoUla, Ac
aud causlnf tUs food to
d suMiort evcrr r
support evcrr pari,
fUni VVlMi TH K UIjOOU,
and Ik iscurlng all Humor, ('mii-ou Kritptlcxii.l
k.l. tt. . ii . V..alfnlM Kr&lil llfa.l.l
n l 1 1 M II I I r I 1 1 II W H III J .i f wii ' - 1
Canker, Pimples on Uta fuse, llloivkes, t'rcara,
Tamvra, Mercurial UlsvsM.Caneocs, die.
Ksoot-aTtaoTna ftac-aaroav Oaaaea,
and by euabllnf iheni bi perform Uinir proper
functions, preventing and curing many painful
aad dangerous dlscasnai MTBtsaTnaMiMo säe Qri
BTiaa ths MsavocasvaTKM, Ibua allaying Nervous
Irritation, and curing til Diseases of lite Nerves,
as Hysteria, Neuralgia, Crami, aVe.
, IT IS VRKIVAILEDIS THE CUSI OF ALL
KKM A LK COM 11. A N TH,
as weakness, general debllitv, Irregularity, Ob
structions, Kwclllug of the foet, Limba, JolnU.
Ve., caused by wesk ncss; also, Lrsa and 'I nsor
CoirrLAtars, as Colda, t'ouptis, Asthma, Consump
tion, Aa., also, i)ropsy.
Having mads use Of lbs Compound Svmp of
Yellow Dock Root, urcpared by Ü. WORKKca
CO, either ouraelvca, or In onrfiiaillles.snd Snd
log It lobe a verv salutary and effectual premra
lion, we do most cheerfully rem " mend 11 to iha
titiliilcsia vcrtTaliialila tiiedirliis.
K. Mourne, Esq., C ashier National Bank, Provi
dcrtCO, K. 1 .1 .
dence, K. I.l A. VV. Xpnncrr, Kao., Cnabler l.lme
"; Mn! dododo. Vtev. William Phillips. Kev.
J. Ii. K rhmoud, C. H. Jone, edllor Provtdcnca
Oen. Adrt., Win. Hild.M. W.ü. M.I Cyrus FUh-
M. P.. M.4.. James Hutchinson, tl.8. Des. V.
j . hates, DocL llsnj. Colhy, and one hnndred olh
ars ni the moat reicrintie iimniieanr rrorm. nee.
I his eertlfles Hist I have for a nc.nberof years
been acquainted with thecompos'tlnn and mode of
manurnrlure of MOHSK.'N COM POUN II NYRtiP
or YP.Lt.OW DOCK HOOT. I have also been sc
qnalnlcd with IIa modus operandi In disease, and
ran sayihailn all respects It Is admirably calm
lnu.il lo remedy thai class af Olsessos for which It
wasdnaigned. Il Is especially valuable In M UI
SJKRTIOX and all Its ailnndanl eymptnme, tl e
ello lo healthy action the LI VKK, re ntnvee Tor
por, and Insitltlly of Uli 0K;A.1,siii stlmnlnlet
healthy aellon In all the system. As a DKPURA
1 OK or purifier oflhe Mlond It has no superior,
DAVID MüLiMKH, M. P.
frovldenoe. R. f . Jan. 4, mis.
PMKHAHKI) HY i
C. MORHK t CO.
No. 444 Hroadway, New York,
and Sold by Dritgi latsi sikI ethers Ihrngbnnt this
ami other countries, for aula by I, W, Halle,
Hrookvtlis, ' 30 im os .
1l It r,n nil Mnter lrf llaatlnrr-
r 'I he vnderinl having been appointed AsmiiI
f'f N, M. At ('. M. Warron's Pirn anu WaU-r I'rooi
KnnAng. Is now ready lo do roofing of Hilt kind In
any pari if franklin, I'nlon, or Ksyette counties,
1 he Ktore rooms of M. W. Hale and II. 11. es t, V,.
Ilnrton, In Itrnok villa. srs envered Willi Ihls kind
of roniing, to whom the publls er rcfi'fMd, Its
durability, chapneaa,afuty, aud convenience, all
recommend It, as SS per lor, in Ike cn4rui Hi.n of
most buildings. W. S.IMHKH.
IIIIYt Inndpl 'Mtirileo! t-Twive
dollars per humlrpd hounds, and no rharfe for
iss aid. littMAMi I anily railorv. Walnul
strenl, bstarSU Pi fill Slid himiislreel. t llieiniiell,
Ohio. Spl V, I'Sc-lfl. Ie
a r a. 1 1- -.; ti . i.ii i . . m -i nt
lirATC'lf Ar II MiOt ltaj-Wa. D.asoa
y tun. Iura his aamee in Ilia Ollanlta nf llrook.
vllle and vlelniiy, In Iha siMy of Wawh and
I Im k Mskefsn'l n pairnrniakiiia and mnnding
I Jewelry, As, l.olif al Iterlence and strict piihi'lii.
Bitty are IDS rarniHilisiMiatluns. anon inroe noors
nrlh of lite posl urttee. JyUJ.In.W l-lf
M 110(1111 1 lisWi llhds ii)rarr
l vnlil.U.NiU. Molassesj
W.t Hall " do .
Jasl raeelved aud fur aala heap by
Manh ai,B.uv M. TYMtH.
nssaiS iisi a, jae. ts. rtBti H4S,
Llnck end Farquhsr.
TTIIIT Postfimra butldtnrs, Mouth West Cor
tier Mala ant Head streets, llrook Villa I mliana,
1 he altoiilioii of Ida pnltllr Is moa resperlfully In
Vlted lo our spring slock of goods, rarufully soled.
ad, escluslvely from the f im iuuatl Market, "of the
latest aud must faalilonabla sit Iks,''
my 7 - I.INC Ks. Mltqi'MAR.
TlO'4'VI'.Tri ATnilinM"44.Jaal recelvt
II ed a Urge aud haudsoma assortment of the most
faahionable bonnets Snd riMmus, and for sale at
myT LIMCK dt PAKUl'IIAK'S.
WHERE DO THEY G.'JIE FRO 13?
1H I HK qll k I ION so fru.iienlly asked In regard
10 llnrtun's .New Ciood, Iii. h aru almost dally
arriving. Wliuu we Oral hoard this womlurtng,
whsreiliuy eume from, we thought tl was ouly nc
rasioned by Hie amount of his ttuvnr amllug stock,
iai imi( muiv, .MMM.HU111 we nuu mal be
has iha prettiosl and chanpnsi gmnls In litis mar
kel, and llial beguUllmni .lirert from New York
and I'tilladelphia. lie has a large aud well aulee
led ebvck of
I, .tillt N Irre (e'ooiN,
Conslsllnrln part of a gettnralassonmenl of black
and fancy Nllkaand Siillus, Ma reges, IIa rogadululns,
Mituallne deluluea, lloiubasinea, l.n.lres, IVpHna,
Ginghams, Lawns. Turllons, Nwlss, liouk and Jaco
net muslins, Hohes, etc., with a general assortment
of S'rrnrli Worked Cellars,
Cuffs, nitdersluvves, Mnunuers, llamlkerrhlefs, I.a
res, Kdglngs, Mantillas, Capes, Crape Hliaals,
I'arasols, Fans, llounets, rtonnol Ribbons and li
nings, riowers. Wreaths, Tsbbs, long and short
Mills, Cloves, Hosiery, Ac, with Ibousund arti
cles too tedious to mention.
In great variety; ('lotus, Caaalmnrea, sltlnet's,
Twoods, riummerCloths, t.leaehed and brown Lin
ens and Drllliiigs, Vesiings, Ktocks, Handkerchiefs,
Cravals, Gloves, ale., with a general sianrtmenl of
Jl ROADWAY ÖTYLblS
of HATS and CAl'f.of Mm -st every description.
. ltOVS WCS.lt
In abundance, w ell selected, of superior fine and
eominon qualities at low figures.
200 Pieces of Print?,
Good styles and fast colors, with a heavy stock of
brown, bleached and colored Muslins and Dril
lings, Tickings, Checks, Flannels. Cotlons'lea,
Hlriped Harting, Musqulto liars, and everything
usually kept lu a retail store, .
Also, a hunvy stock of Queensware, Hardware,
Hollow-ware, Cndnr-ware, and Groceries, all of
which were bought wrychuap, and will be sold for
1 say again, ran ana examine for yourselves. It
Ii no trouble lo show goods and prices.
Brookvlllo, Aprtl 19,133. KIT . , .
Q'l'KKXS V.Vll V:-Wa" haee j ust reealVed the
most boautirtil stock of Qnennsware, tn sa'.Uor
uy the peace, over before offered la this market,
my 7 LINCKatFAKUt'llAK.
f1UOCF.IlH:t, Constantly on band.frosh sup
I piles of the very best quality of Croerles,atlhs
cheap store of
may 7 LI3CK dt PAKQUIIAR.
. Nie k-N neks.
Come and see all of the nice things, tn the way
of notions, to be found al Salmon's Srost, consis
ting In part, of Men's line Ruck, Dog.skln. Kid,
Klfk, W oolen e Cotton Gloves, Ladle A Mls.es
Kid, 611k, Wooleu dt Cotton do. Zepbry's Scarfs,
Woolen undersleeves A Cuff's, Vii-torines, Kin-
uiuiuviff'i . uii.i, v no iiii.,:.!., IIIJ1. , lull uuuer -
sleeves. Ribbons, Linen A Cotton lares, Swiss and
brolderd Collars. Chemlsetis, Hd fit's and under
Jackonel Insertions A fedglng, Kilk Lsces.Hrush
es, I bread velvet Linings, Needles, Hns, Hul
lo lis, Ac. Ac. '
. L:tilie3 Shoes.
ISO pairs Calf Boots;
00 "Goal Buskins;
34 w Kitameted yoang Ladles Bootr,
84 Fine Kid A looms;
30 " Sew style Gallen;
3d Rubber BiirsklnM .
43 u Us Sandals;
94 Fur Lined over Sboeet .
Together with a large and splendid assortment
of Children's snd Misses, extra fine shoes. Aswa
pay particular attention in tha selection nf our
Hoots and Hhoee.tn regard to duribillty and neat,
ness, we have no heslteucy In reeommending the
same, and have no fears of being excelled In this
brauch ofour business, or f being beat selling
low. N.D.GALL105 A SOU.
LOOK HERE EVERY BODY!
I.IFEGARDXER Is now happy to Inform the
J ellit ensof Brookvlllo and vicinity, that he has
"'"d up rhe old sUtnd known si the Brookvlllo
Bakery, where he Intends rrylng on the liaklng
Kating Saloon. He Is now prepared lo supply all
nrUc.elnM, line; U'ilbr' forlh aue-rou. affoctlon. of
I . . .....hl.. wl.K M..I.... f . i.
of a good Baker, ho rs prepared to say that those t" nga. aiso in muoer cases, anu tor cuuureu
who deal with hlin slinll havea good Cloan. aub- J u baafe, ploaaaataad effectual lo cure. Ia fact,
eunlial article, at the lowest living prices. - ,w .j, f..,iiu
Thankful for past favors ha hopea lystriclalUn-1 ,oine of Us BO,t "erin tesUmonlals we ra
tion to t'te wants of his customers to merit a share 1 ccivo have been from parents wbo bare found it
ofpalronare. Orders fei Baking will be attended
10 who ntiiiüiaiBu iicbwk-Ui
Choice family Groceries and Confectioneries
always ou uauu. . jisu.ao bating room, wnere
he willbappy lo wait on his friends lo Ilia del
icacies of the seasoa. Oysters served ap to auit
the tastes of hi Customers. Lajt, though uot
least, bis terms are Cash.
. LA FE GARDNER. ,
Sept. 27tlt laö3 (8 months.) - r .
GKOCrRICSfMjaat received and for sale
80 Bbls. n. O. Molasses;.
5 " Colden.tyrep A Sa.ar House do
10 Hhds prime Sugar,
SO Sacks best Rio Coffee;
3 Tierce Rice;
10 Kbls Fish;
1000 lbs Taylor's best Sole Leather, Br
ap29 N. D. GALLION A SO!f,
' TTATS-Camp' best spring style effasblonab '
iJJ HaU just received and for sale at
my 7 t, ' u.ib A rAKUiiAK'.i.
N xr u yor tlm obuln Toriant for
Ills neither Book Agendo, nor useless re-
'P; but a sure method or making from 1 to
200 Pr "X cl,lul wrisTtvaa In-,
i Thita VssliisaKlar, In fr.pmltln a an Ks iKtfktfflAil hw 1
sendiug one dollar by letter, post paid directed
TL W. HUDI3AUD,
riAnillAl.r. 91 AN IT FACT Vit Kit
1 1 om Maine Burgess btreel, Jlrook vlllejaal below
the publls snar, has always ea bstnd a larga as
sortment of Carriages, eouslatlag of Rocnawaya,
Hours and Keadys, plain Kotkawsys, Pho-toa,
Puri basara will Snd It to llteir edvanlsge to eall
and aismVoe my work, as my slock Is MiS largcsl
In Iowa, and my prWesas low as ths same quality
of work elsewhere.
I ataa keep for sate Carriage Harness of say it) Is
I ara prwpared to SnUh to order any description
of Car r lag, not ostkaad.al a horte a I notice,
particular attention paid to repairing.
April, li j. 17-lf
A It r riU. 10 fUrrsU oflhe best White
i nab. doasir ait so
oat received aad for sale by R.TYXBK.
May VI, I8ÖS.
11 A I PET I X C .-Th4 nadersljrned w euld as j
1 to sll thon wishing to furnlah Uwir Soors with a
earpl that will iw well, do rood service, and
never fsde, to eall at hie eeuMiahntcai and Kwk
through bis present st.tck, which ho kss lately re
tad from the east, which ran ba sold at prices
which will compare favorably with Iba lewesl Cin
cinnati rates. He na.
oflhe taUslstylo and fashion, ranging In prlcee
rvo.n so to I 30 cts. ter yard, aorsll and aee him.
Oet. Büüt, 105. MICIIAKi) TYNEä.
(Fire, Marine and Inland)
A.O. Hslass, i
W. R. KoasiRS,
C.II.XoiTauar, F.. ütusv,
Jao. Waasiatoa, W. Killous,
II. W. ' i.abi, i
... u-. .... W. AW...
II. Lblos, 1. C laas,
Ws. Wii.iuas, y.w.CLAKik,rrsiueni.
Wsi. cosssa, bes'y. .
The eUenllon of property holders Is respeclfnlly
railed lolhesuperlor advantages for i'l rr, Jtlae
rlMnn1 lulnml lnttrnnce nfTured by
the PIIUTCCTIUI litSlHANCIJ fO.
Tha nnders'rned baa been furnlahed with blank
Tha nnders'gn.d riasoeen rnrrtt-w " "-
tiollrlrs.slgneu l) ine onicereei """'i'-" "
With blank renewal rereliis.nrrontininng pm.i .rs
already laaued, and Is duly aulhorlied nJ l,l,J r
eu, ea . gen, w. wan. . wmi'in t , -
ror any period of time, nit lass than one month nor
greater lhan seven yesrs, npon buildings or their
contents, occtitiled as l)Sll lsos, MtostS, VI
Moiaae. Car-mats. Ilovat., Hsaa. lotet hocsbs,
l otLresa,ae., Skr., and the eontenta saalual LuS
ea asasaa sv nsa. J.J.POt:i ri, Agent,
Illy i, per ..eurd, Frsiiklla touulj.lnd.
r . a n V
(Oflt'WRpendld assortment nf
-4 lawns. Bersges, llersge H Ulnes, Tisanes,
Ines, I laauea,
Silk, Hatln, and while drvss goods.
Ml MfirKsa fARQUHArt'H.
trAI.I rrr.ll.ve nave now on wann
V .I.M. aasortinetll of Wall, fire Hoard and
window paper, AUo.a litfts ! of window shades
of me latest eitle and fulier, whirh w e ar-slln.g
al reduced priees. S. D. HA I.LlU.t dt HD.t. 8
fAPIFCc.a bsi l oeneeo, aterriinan ana ni
XnOgBil.tid l-rtis,).r.eairrd .tih-
Pp V Vfcl? Ti III I .ft W n-fftiM
lAllt,l.Ti rAHIM'.TrllleeeJust rereleed
I j at ilia t)i. a W in i a t uaaas. a mosl niainifleunl
ssoriinenl of Carpels, of all sit esi l'
f Hi llUlHVil W FVIM
IX'Mffll " I i.
Star, si S a, B V a ' a
. ..i.iH.i.titi.i.s aiBTaaava'w
.1 .. u . . ...I 1 1, h ..M.ll. nf fi. . I.mIIiW,. tmtk I
or wi.ni"(. ww w.. - -w
s favuralile terms as any responsible lompaus,
All losses paid al Iha wiliest whufS I'oliry Issued, la
si sty day . ait-r prf.
AvailuUIu Uapllitl ui.wmi.uuu.
Tl.a yu.l,irlirii.l.saanl of ihls old and respoilll
lie Company leal all times prepared la .sees foil
ries, ,, s.u. ....... .
iifnea laoauorsneriBorniinoirs n., .rwi.B.
Villa, lud. ALIfitkll WAHD,egenl.
Waykni.lMJ. SJ IT
J 0 II N W I L L 1 A M S.
ANDCM) Till Hit,
A well selected slock of Clothe, Caasimerea
and Vfstlttus always on hand, lo which lie
Invitee llie atlenilnu of all in want of good
ruling garments made In Hie most r a.ttluua.
Me manner In Ihls Department of his bust.
ttoss lis defies competition, a choice Block af
Heady Mmlo Clothing,
selected with great care which will ba aold St
a small advance on coat l'ricra. Tbl deport
ment ia g 'rally enlarged, so that dimppolut
tnent tn selecting seasonable garmauts ia nril
to Imposaibllliy a general asaxirtmeut tt
Cravats, blocke, Shirts), Collars &.C. Sie., for
sale at His lowest prices.
4l-3w. JOHN WILLIAMS.
Per tha rapid fare af
rorcus, colds. iioarsecss,
cnorp, ASTIW l, AXD
. Many yeara of trial. Instead of Impairing the pub
lie confl'lonce In this medicine, has woo for It a
appreciation and notoriety by far eieeedlng tho
moslaangatna expectations of 'ts friends. Koth
lngbutlta intiinslo virtues and tue unmistakable
benefit confurrod on thousands of sufferers, could
originate aod maintain the reputation It enjojs.
While many Inferior remedies thrust upon the
i . - - - - - -- - - - - - l -
community,' hare fullod aod been discarded, this
i has gained friends by every trial, conferred.nbe-
e fits on tits afflicted they can never forget, and pro
ducod cures too numerous gud too remarkable; to
, While tt tsa fraud on the publle to pretend that
any one medicine will Infallibly cure still tho re
Is abundant proof that the Cbbrbt PirvosAt does
not only as a general thing, but almost Invariably
care tha maladies for wblch it la employed.
As lime wakes these facts wider and better
known, thia medicine has gradually become te
best reliance of tho afflicted, from Ilia log-cabin of
the A merlcan Peasant, to the palaces of Earopean
Kings. ' Throughout this entire country, In every
Stale, city, and Indeed almost every hamlet It eon
tains, Cataat PcrioAi Is known cs lbs best rem
; edy extant for diseases of the Throat and Laugs,
I and In mauy foreign countries, It Is coming to be ex
i terslvely need by their mot intelligent Physicians.
I la Great Britain, Prance and Roiuuny, where the
' medical sciences have reached their highest per
fection, Cbebbt Pbctobal U Introduced, and n
: ooDsUntuse In Uie Armlo Hospitals, Alms Uou
sea, Public Institutions, and In domes lie practice,
' as the surest remedy their attending Physicians
; efficacious lu caaos particularly Incidental to chili
PacToaAL Is manufactured by a
practical Chemist, and every ounce ofit ander his j
. itk i...ri.hi. ..i .... m.
own eje, with Invariable accuracy and care. Ills
sealed and protected by law from eouuterfcita.coo- j
aequenlly can be relied on as genuine without
We bav endeavored here to furnish the com-
mualty with a medlwine of suck Intrinsic superior-1
, . , , . i..if m ir'
Ity aud wrth a should commend lUclf to their .
confidoBce a remedy at once safe, speedy and ef- j
fectual. which thia haa by repeated and countless 1
trial, proved itsvelf lobe; and trust b, great care
tn preparing tt with ehemlcal accuracy, of uniform
strength to afford Physicians a new agent on which
they caa rely for the best results, and the afflicted
with a remedy that wil! do for tkem all tbat medi
clue can do.
PREPARED AXD SOLD BY JAMES CAVER,
Practical and Analytics.. Chemist,
Sold In Brookville by M. W. Halle; In Laurel by
Gilford A Depuy, In Metamora by C.Vancamp;
In Andersonville by C. Ovanon, aud by druggist
j pltlXTScV OITsTOIIAMS JOOpleces of well
rrvl A arr
iii.iar. ''Lvru s m w vr
as I sijli .iSrti.irsiwiissioiwwSiiiiiwi.i.irtsw'1
J m77 ' USCK & FARQVHAR"S.
$600 C1I ALLEHOK.
WbsUver ewarvraerksksslth sad karlitene al
the Moi.la leslsM vtB.eaof tha most ealaakte
Importance. tat a N tr grarwlea thai ovary Fe
son will So all na melt pawew ve mnm
lhelrthlldren,eudUialere7 peamea wHlenSeave
lo promote btr own bealth at eat aswrtSee.
feel II my duty a solemnly esewre vsa Ibal
WOKMN, according Iba oplnloa af U.e Baeet
eelebraud Pb)sWUiiS,ara the primary esaeae s S
large majority Of Olseaaas io waicn '"
adults are liable. If yJ have aa sppetila ee.Uw
eally changeable froat aaie kind el food to aaeaae,
rtad LtreaiU, Pain ia Iba Miomach, Ptcklag Stfts
Nose, llardneaa and Puriaeee af the helly, r
Cough, mew Paver, Palw trregalarresaaasbar
thai all theae denote VlOKÄ.i.aud voaaboussJas
one spply ibe remedy .
ilOfaKTiSACK S WOXIII C7Rt7?.
A a article founds l upon orteatuls Mlples, e osa
pwttndcd with purely Vugetable suf- laeae, belt f
eerfiTtlJ' Bare when lakan, aeSisa be tvaa IO lbs?
Wiest tender Infaul with ücebied beneOclal eSet.
wkere HewoU 'om plaints and I'lsrrkocabave ibes
wesk aad debilitated, ike Toole proper. we of ray
Wcm Lyrap are emh. that It stands wiibealaa.
eo.ua I In the catalogue of mJlclne,lB giving ae
aud etrvagfklo tbr Btoma Ii, I'Uk mskssll aa Iky.
fallible remedy fr tit ose art! lite d with IWsraeate
the s.tonlahlng carea pcrlortned by this Syrep af
ter Physictnna have tail.'d Is Iho bsl S vli as OS) eat
Its snperlar efllcaty over all t'l'oere.
This Is Ilia moat dlfnCBtt Worm lo destroy sSTalt
tli stt Infovt Hie humsn stsism.ligrowste aaslateH
Indcltntln length, becoming so colled and fastened
In the Intestines and stomach, effecting the health
eo aadly as to cana M. Vitus Haaee, pita, 4.r.,lfeet
thoae ainicle.l aalilom If ever Bti'pect U.al It Is! ara
Waaa haalenlng them to an early grave, lawrder
todcalroy this Worm, a very energetle Irsstreeal
niust be pursued. It would therefore ks proper le
lake 4 or.luf my l.lver Pills, so aa I remove all
obstructions, thai the Worm Pyrup may act dlrwei
ana the Worm, which tnnst be takea In Soars f
tvie labliepeonftile three II mos a day. lbesd.
rett.'001 fuliowed hsva aevrr been known lo li
glherost obailiisleraseofTAPi. VYSKM.
READ THE FOLLOVIIJOI
iynaraniiol be Indlffi-rea lathis appeal. II
') tails apun you lo doyoardulr. isan!f
til of the mauy lliooasii'ls w ho has aeea Iks
. J. M. HOiirS U K Fir Cratltudeto )ee,
ventorofe kiclily vsluable medicine, pro pie
this numble lostitnouv In Its faros, as belur a aafe.
-.,.,.,., werfull, erTectu.l remedy fo, Wncme'.
.laving had mnch es prrtence In kt.ewli f tbeeaW
..,, .u,,.,, rnv wife, who was well
.killed In mlnfslering I children In distress, pro
noanevd II the l-eat she bad ever need, and WsteM
Use no other hlle yours tvald be had.
A daughter of ours bei ins seriously dlseeeeda
tier s; inj'loms were alsrinlng, be bar me tear a I
Itoce soukl for a remedy for Worms, Uavlag aib
lalned )nurs. b) Hie lime she had lakan fhaff a bo,
tte, (I I air, the Joy it gs.0 en eftertieawte mesaor,
loses Ihelinprovemt'iil In her thild, sua bHf
about fits of I tears i.lil. M.e passed sa Ins
mens quantity of Worms, her Sickly eoanteaastew
now brightened, be rapirita returned, and im a abas)
time a lo.ely rblld, threatened with eWtlne aad
tlealh. new arsve prntnlse nf bealth. 1 hanks tna
kind rfotliUnra. ahme bleing alteading tear
Syrup, restored liiS rblld. With eonSdenee I rs
commend It to all ri.ts a bose children are a
fpring Iroirt Wora.a,
JAS.H IiuWI JI.ViiilsternfllM Gaeaat,
Ute Tastor of lbs knutliawpiwa bepUsi t hsr,S.
flf AVIIfiN l-fe.ems)er,lbea, Pareesa4
all oils bei I'tilU.AwAI K'S) VttiHat StUtr
is the on Jdedirtne In as mal Hl tvxiweia
Worms, a n seiiainiy, ana will not rttsagr wims
ihetnoald 'i ale aioi.isrli, lie earwf! we gel Iba
Jenulns art 'S. and sua thai the signatures st
hvIik.nsaC ,"iieesf Lviils,
IIOBKN' 4CK'H I.IVF.R riLIJI.
.Is) far! nf Iba si stent la more liable sa Olssaaw
Ibau til 1.1 VKM, II ssfving as IIUMf W g'fy
lbs bbuiil, nf giving the i roiiurscf rsvtoa talk bile.
u lhat any amng a.iiua f lue User eSe.is tue
.n,., in, ,...,1.1,1 I,, .la of II. a at slam, ahd essalss a.
. . ' , . j
nt m i.iverimpiaiMi,aiindira, .
sVe, Ve should, therefore, wat h every s) mpse
Ibal mlsbl tndlale a wrong ai lion of ll.al ir-
ilsese i'llla are eom posed nf ItlHi't a and 11. A HI
furuUbed by aaliire io htsl Hie Sit k . nsmely, 1st,
an HI'I f 'TnlfA X I', ahl. h auainonls Iha aars
U froia II. rulmary uusaa iaaiubrane,arpea
I i.te, the dlstli srs a nl sarretnd niattvr. Sd,au At
fli HA 1 1 Vh, a hl. Ii clmegos la some tns p lira Uta
and naUBible manner lbs rertais aiorVssi a.kv.asd
liesstem. Id, a I UMC. w hi. u gl.ee vme,ad
strength lu Ibe iiervuiis s)stetn, tuueali.g hilih
and viaor to all perl I Iba UhI, 4ik,aCA I IIA.
1 1C, a hii k mi la tit purfi-'i l harmuav a Ith Iba taes
Ingvedlenls, and opsraling an Ihr Vloaels, aad as
pulling Ilia a hula aiaaof eorruilaad vltial4 saaS
(uraiid parifjli.g Iba Uluod, which drstrwisSkteee
aud raslonrs healib, '
TO FK MALES.
You will lud II. rs Pills an Invaluable medietas)
In iiiany eoiuplainta tat which )a ara sab)sHt. la
obsiruilioiissithertolal oe earns), Uj have baa
fuui.d of luaslimabla bewsaH, restoring IbelS faa
tlonal arrangements lo a beaMliy Issiiims, poet) lag
U.e blood audMliur tuids so alWtiaellf la pal la
Bight all roiuplaints wlilih loa arise from female
Irreguiarlttns.as heatache, giddiness, ithneeas af
sight, paia In the aids, bsi k, Ac., and vferadtba
oublio as the best Pills for all dlsessos, Wpaa Iba
MKDICAL K VI DENG E.
W b, the u.nli.r.l..l Phjltlii., having bad Iba
receipt of Iheir msnufuclnree subiuilied la aa lue
Inspection, sar, Itiul Uie ingrudbiiU of which tkey
are composed mskes tlteni the imsl Pill In use for
all diseases of Iba l.lvor. Impurities of the kUaasS,
Ar. Wesuy ibis no) onh from our own 'edgtaest,
but slao from that ofthn f.ast niedlrul aulberify la
the fulled blutrs. All disoaaca reqitlrlag late wee
Wan ALI KK A UVF. , Dl.tlllUKhl IC and PI
RA1IVK MKji('IM,lbal mn, ander aar notice,
has bien treatod aiut ItavaUota Pills wlkb Iba
most satisfactory srn e.,
MwOKCK WOOD, M. D.
I. Mrl l. H:NA.X. M: D.
P. IlKttWl.fcY, M. D.
L. IIUWO. M. D.
r"7 Percbsae none bot tlin.e having Iha elgaav
liiro, J. N. IJOH..M.tCK,, tipoa each bei, as
all others uro worthless Imitations.
Agents wl.hlng now supplies and all Other
wishing to bt'coiiie arcnts, must addroae the Pro
prietor, J, N. MOHKNsAt K, al bis Labralory, Ha.
hfl rorth b'K.J.ND Kirsel, above Kaca, P II ILA
DKLPIIIA. ' .
hold by all DruggisU and MerrbanU In to V.
PsmphMs giving Certificates ofrures parfbrmed
In dlflcront parts ol the country, by U.e above med
icines, enn 1 had gratis of ths arcula.
For sale by M. W. IIA ILK, UrookvHl.
liKOVSM.Sfi A WA LK, Terr. Usui., nkeleeele
agents for llie Muia.
Price each Hi couu. dr. 50-1 jr.
11.4 t'I n mitri.ft. I hemarsrt price U
cash will bsid for merchantable foai barrela
at the Kxcbauge Mill, Brook vllle. by
ltev.i.'i-0, C.KO. POLI.AÄD ACO.
BOOT cV n 1 1 0 ri-.w". have large!; lucraes
ad our stock of lioouaad KUocawd wawASTet
the gems of the season, to laae tha taste of lb
moal fastidious, lathe way of Mrs. ilcsasi.Ls ras.
loin made ladles slippers and buskins with the peat-
.last balllaa IwkOta and othf.rfl,Ma In ... .
LLNCK A PAliUUHAI.
U'IIET! WlirtTU .TIIRATMI
ÄO.OlMI Rustielsof Wheat wauled at lb
Ex ihanga Mill, Brook villa, rrr which thakigkast
narket price In cash will be paid by
Nnv.3H.eiJt, C.EO. HOLLAND A Ce. '
SU.M.nCU W.t UI'A verv Urge aaaortateat
of iha most fashionable, and durable ausaaaer
goods. Just received and for sale by
my 7 - LIXCK A FARqi'HAkV
Clicnp Hon net?. '
MnS.r. 4T. nCTLF.II, kas epaa4 tb
lsrrtand mst plndd aaortir,olof mil.
nery goods aval Offered In Iirooktlllr, cont'.tlag
ofbonoeu ofsv.ry style, from ?lla wp. Ribaa
of every variety, together with a splendid stork af
ostrich feathers, ris, and all varieties of I Ik legs,
and ctu furnish ait I inert aHvingaapplievacbaas
as they ran be bad la Cincinnati. bUs) Invite all
ber old euitemers to call and examine her atock.
41 3m. - ... - -
COEnJVlLLK .ttACIIIXr SHOP,
Adlolnlng the Flore Foundry of W. F. Cebtiart.
IM 1 15 undersigned resnectrully loformstk pW
. 11 thai babas eslablishd a Machine bbop tr
Connersville, and is now manufacturing
ITors Powers, Separators, Ktraw ratters, far
Shellers, W ood ssa lng Machine, all lb lautet
anu most Improved pstverns. Ilealsomaaafscturea
Csilp Patpni 'nable Cictvr nm.
an excellent and convenient article Dial every
Parmer wbo has an Orchard ought lo have.
lie expects to keep constantly on band a supply
of Thrashing Machines, Ac, and Invite all wb
wish to purchase to give him a eall. Tha Machine
ry manufactured bj htm will ba warranted Mb
ine best materials, and most subalaulial warkmasv
KKPAIRlSfi. He win be prepared t repair
Reaping Machines and will attend promftlv l la
filling up and repairing ofaay kiud f Maxklasrg
Ibal may bo required.
His terms w 111 tie as reasonable as those of say
stablishmentinthe Wat. JOHt stSDSUtT.
Connersville, April IS, 153. ly. . , ,
C 6. Clement's Cash Store.
A VINO Jost received a ganeral a.sirtosxwt f
new goods wnicn, aooea to my nrvam.1 sie. a
makes my assortment com;
Viel an i w ntcn win
b aold low for cash or prod uc my stark sansisla.
t" part, of a variety of Cloths, Casaanaeres. he
uolJTweds, Jtaaes A SacnaTeV wsm. ANsv.
rTy variety of Prints, Lawns, utnrbatasa. Drlsie.
nombedues, plain aud fancy r-K, Lc Milts
Kid Gloves, Ac. Ac.
ALSO, eflne lotorQoraaware.CuiWv.aJraa-
riea, Ac, together with the Oneel aMsortiaM at
Boots A Pho. ever bronht W th. paar. Am
tdy thai I cannot suit ia a psirof shoe uanat. aMU
be ij)(lcr lhe ,,lfl.rnw ,fcB rfllfk
5. B. Ia chancing ny Ustiasa tsa fa 4 Pres.
due I do no nioro tha a Wit I ktiMl o.sk.
t u a euslstlAAt
, WA.NTKD, SO.' bswl.ers w Veal
4Q.0UU do eorn. frar wMrh twit!
p.t v cash. C. R. CLEMENT.
Laurel, A ug. ICIh, 633. 30-t.
HAU DAVAIIE,X AILS, Ari'Li-g A fIo
orn.a Invite attention to their complete aa
aorlment or nails and general slock of bard was,
at redaced Cincinnati retail price. Bnsry 7
SPEER c STEPHENS ar paying ta
highest pric for linen and eotloa rags SoUvs
ered at their paper mi II.
Brook vllle, Jiov. Seth, 1853-M-tf.
JA M ES SPEER bssjnst received and wlllln
future keep a good assortment of Groceri,
Pry Goods and Fancy Articles, which ba wilt al
at the moat reduced prices.