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A PAPER POR THE PAM&Y GiRClE-DBVOTBO TO THE AMÜSEMENT ANÖ INSTRUCTION OF Wliflfi AN 010.
THE AMERICAN. ComiiasriiLB. April 19th, 1856. Ter Gboaik Holl v.sn. Esg., Sir: Your malignant assault upon me tfcroaith the columns uf tile Iru.i.iria American of the 18th inst . from its eoarau language doe- nut entitle- you ! to the courtesy of an anawer.but a re-1 gar J to my character for jadieial in tegrity induces ono. and j roe noiaia you attemot to make 9my reply to the same in brif are about the Your first statement is that 1 sign ed your first Bill of Exceptions with no good will. As I used no language tu indicate any unwillingness, yeur Statement is fl aod r;r;itiiiUnn. Your next statement is, that I re fused to take down the testimony. This it false again. 1 did take it down, omitting only what was wholly irrelevant. L"en if I hnd not. I do Bot know that a Jndgi is in he degra ded into a mere scribe and made thn slav of attorneys, and thus occupy the time of the .Court at tho eXpcnae of the county. Your next tatemnt is, thai I refused to let you take it down. This ts also false, as I had no power to prevent vou from doing so. Tot ptofesa to be acquainted with the rules of practice and after twenty five years of practice, you ougiit to know something about them, and if Win, .I.i llnnur tl lit it t link' til) duty of a Judge to sign a U.ll of Ex Wio if it b.. tru. u. reject it ifVisa ! . ...kl..l ,.,1 ex., Kl in know that 1 vi room i um I --- TZ W . . ' nu, If a Ju.l ' refuses to si.rn a true Hill. Iha attorney baa not ouly thu right, bat it is hi duty to call upon tho by - Standers, ad by proving iu truth, it ay a I him aa fully io the higher Cour as if signed by tho Judge. Thu state- lent then that I prec'udvU yuU from an appeal to th" htghtr Court, results .i.t'V Wu m. I lHWI IIUIU IUUI i. iiuiiii , vt -.a , from your i.'iiuran. Ueious flsehot;d. You state that you iadjgnantly hook the dust from your feet and ! U the Court Koon. Now sir, your oath of office requires you to faithiully dis e barge your duties as an attorney. How does your oath aetupon your con science when you avow that y u de Mfted your post, betnyed your clients and violated your dut ' I hwev are ail of the facts upon which you predicate your abuse of me. . The true secret of your course is that you are still writhing under the reeolh e tioo of my defeat of you for my pres eototflce of Judge. Another election for that offlcj ht now njar at hand, and aw a bitter partisan perhaps instigated by other, you wish to excite a prvju dice ugainst mo by ' the use of abusive ttrme, and thus retisvt your bosom of the long pent up venom and grudge which yon bear me. The true history of the oase referred to bv you is as follows. Mr.' Wilkinson and wifo. heirs of Mr. Woodworth, dee'd filed llieir com- Blot a isint the widow, and other rs of sWd Woodworth, to obtain Ctition of certain Keai Estate belong j to Mr. Wotidworth, at the tune of his deathand the complaint charged that certain advancement had been made to certain oi ile-Jhcir in the llfe tiraeof Mr. WcxKiworth, and among whom were your elUnu, Elvira Wood and husband, lite advancements were made to hi-r a rut kusbanil. Mr. Brook bank, aud hia notes, as evidence, wen brought into Court The other heirs had udinitU'd tin u advancements, and your clivnt were the only Defandan.ta who denied the eoeaplaint. Up to this point vou will admit there was ao diflW.ty Vtween is. O.i the luotion of the rhtintiffs, thn oimm catuo up before mo, t bt-ar videnee on the advancements made to your clients, when the Waintllfs asked to be allowed to swear om of the Defendants, in order to prove that ssjoh advancement had b tti Dsfdl tu yr client, which motion I sustained ovet you objection, and a I diseov ered from yott language that you WcM somewhat augry, idulaycd proeccdui With Iho tcatimouy, until you hal written out a Ulli of exeeptiona. That BUI you handeat to in for my Signa tare in not n very respoettul manner, whsah I signed at -once. For my au thoritv in adiniuing. thu evidence, see 1ft tndtnqa Rep. 94K and Her fltst vol. t. 80 nd fit pass. I tna began to takedown the evidente, when you demanded that the tntirt tWimenti of thw iritsves should Ihi taken down, which ( refused, and stated that I would only ink down so much of the vtdeoco aa 1 deemed proper and rel evant to the question. You then be esVste mush xalled, ami charge 1 me Wtth tak ag the case out of your hands, am! having taken a Sbal, du maaded the right of taktngslowu till Üsestasf menu uf the witness ytmraeti I r 'plittl that this you might Ho; hu; n si the witness, in hU tstioiony. enould be continual to the admissions of Bfoukbaok and wife, and the stete- of old Mr. Wuo-'eoKii. Uien I . . t , .L. .1 i mm m mmw , . i it , ' , wmm - - ee kda own knowledge o' the tr mii. ks im infi i.i im in v itiieimieiiiB. Uofl. You! lflh prepared another Itill of exceptions, embodying your objee tsone to my ruling, aud in an angry and disrcspeotfirl manner demanded! of me to sign it. This I refused to do at the time, and afuiw.trd handed U to He Clerk to be tiled with tho uther j, tper in the case. You soon ait. i wards left the room, and 1 continued to take down the evidence, which c ered fmtr pag ß Ww; und this ts nlto jUttd in tho uftou of the ( 'V . U By1 she evidence of mure ihm two witnesses, die ndvances w. i j oven aralhst vour clients, and on üot evi dence Iflhargid up II the advance meof to tbe-Dervevii't- only ugiuuai I our clients, but also a- un-1 the other elra to whom advancements had been made, principal and interest and ih mint against eoiuc of the beim wn great than the amount charged agatoat your elieuu. and the partition wai or lered subject to the same. The ft. v. Statutes, Vid. i, Page tl1, declares it to be the duty of an attorury t mdnUin ihe respect tit it is dim to the courts of jusiio and j i dkial officers. It is also tho duly of the court, km Set out in Kev. Stat. Vol I, Page to take brief nrntei of tit. evidence, when requeued, but no where do I tin I thtt thu uourt in bound to take down ull ih- evid Dec, much leee the ttatemrmtt relevant or rrtle Ms that iu.y bv iu.nl y a witness Nor do I know waore the ätalute al lows an utnwney hi a cut .e to lake down (lie evidence himself tj be ucd in futuse preceeUinisou uppwal. Tln- shoul l be dNi by a dmnttrnte ( amaauuost. . lit tins cue I not only took down Ariswute of the evidence, bnt even the mkmU vaWe, mbraciiig aa above staled, four pagea of writing, which was mm to tho witnesses, sep- arntely before leaving the stand, and ' asserted by them to bo correct. "Sttch U the case at Bar, and from Kat f L i.,iar nf t lta. ari :iriftttr uf f i.aara ' Farquhar tfc Morrow, attorneys for the plaintiffs, I believe they will sustain int- m this narration of ine fact. Nor do I believu tliey would have taken a judfrment against your clients had the fact been as you represent them: they uwu - J""' F, Ü , , J are your personal anu pou,ca. .nenus, : although interested to bx the and although amount of advancements on your cli ents, unless this had been done justly. II). -V bei I n 01 prooiiy ana m . su a . a honor, wt ive taken a judg- ment. But as you refer to Messrs. F. A. Shcmp, C. W. Morrow and others, in order to make the public believe that I was to blame, t am happy to say that these gentlemen, from what they sta ted (b me. will not justify but on the contrary will regret your conduct in this matter as mucti as I do. So far as the, parties to the suit are concerned, they were all entire stran gers to rue, 1 1 lhaviog no interest or feeling either for Plaintiffs or Defend ants; and as an evidence of the fact, on the day following, you as the attor ney of the Plaintitl Roberts, obtained a judgment against two of the Wood worth heirs for the full amount of your claim, hum interest. That 1 am by birth, a Scotchman. I will not deny, but that I have recently I wiili'd on our shores, is entirely un &r lh- ,linw 1 h IncSs. nowoeer sixteen years, I have by the partiality of my friends, held mm en ll m lltwttlirtl ,J)l'rl ' Tl i, t'1'11 I II r the important offices of avvvaa.".', Attorney a member uf the Statu 8f n ale, for threeyaars and now, Judge of the Common IMeas, elect d in suc cession, positions to one of which you have had the vanity to aspire, but not the honor to obtain. , conclusion i will not recriminate by enuuiring into vour ancestiy, nor by what means you have become in a few years, one or the largest land hol ders in Franklin county, although I am acquainted with some of thefaets; but will vidicale my official conduct at all times, and in all places, wher ever assailed, and if re-elected to my fresont office at the ensuing election, will continue to act promptly and impartially, notwithstanding your threat of impeachment in the event of my election, for lam not afraid of your ranking the citixunsof this District be lieve that 1 am cither tyranical or over bearing in tho duties of my office. Very Respectfully, JNO. 8. HEID. a mm - , Wu do not believe in political preaching, but we think that a cler gyman in Warwick made a happy turn last Saturday, when be said, "my brethren, I wish yon to vote just as you pray. If you pray for slavery and intemperance, vote for them; if you pray for freedom and temperance, vote for them." We don't know of any way of getlintf over this, except by saying that politics have no proper place in the pulpit. ProvuUnct Jour nal. Vniui Hi.- It. ...in Allss. Letter from Col. Fremont. The following letter from Col. Fre mont to Oov. Charles Robinson, of Kansas, has been hsndrd to us by the Governor himself, with his consent thst it should be published: Nbw-Yokk. Monday, March 17, I05U. No 17U Second-avenue. My Dkah mh: Your letter of Feb ruary reached me in Wahiugton some time since. I read it with much sat isfaction. It was a great pleasure to lind you retained so lively a recollec tion ol our intercourse in California. Hut my own experiences is, that per manent and valuable friendships are most often formed in contests and strudle. If a man has goods points, then they become salient, we and know each other suddenly. 1 had both beun thinking and speak -Ing of you Utterly. Thu Banks bal loting in tho House, und your move nieiitM in K ui im. had naturally car ried my mind back to our one hundred and lot tv odd ballots in California, and your letter came reasonably and titly to complete the connection. Wo were defeated lien, hut that contest was nty an incident in a great struggle the victory was deferred, not o-t. Von have carried, to another field the same principle, with courage and ability to maintain, und 1 make yon my sincere oniiii nlalions on your success, in oompletaso far, but destined in the end to triumph absolutely. 1 had heon waiting to see what shape the Kansas qneaiinn would take In Con res, that 1 might bu enabled to give you some views in relation to the pro bable result. Nothing yet has been accomplished, but I am satlsilvd that in the end, Con re will t ike efficient measures to lay before thu American people the exact truths concerning yoisr aüairs. Noth- r you nor I can have any dodht what Verdict the pco pic will pronounce upon a truthful ex- I position. It is to bo feared, from the t proclamation of the President, that he nutuO u reooifnU the usurpation In Congress at the h-iiumatg Covern laeut, and that the sedition law, the test oath, and the means taken to ex lel Us people as aliens, will all, direc tly or Indirectly , be supported by the irmy of the United Htales. Your po sition will undoubtedly he difficult, hut you know 1 have great eonlidencs in your thinness and prudenov. VVIun the critical moment arriven yon muH Mot for yourself. No man can give you counsel. A true man will always lind hia best counssl in that inspiration which a good causa never fails to iive him at lb" instant of trial. All his tory teaches us that great results are ruled by a wiso Providence, and we aro but units in thu great plan. Your totions will be determined by even's as thoy preeent themselves; and at this dixtamc I m only y that I W w sympathise cordial' that a you to ut b with vou. and no firmly and generously when we w m defeated by the iiuHtQcrs in t'ahfoi mi. 1 have eve ry disposition io stand by you in your battle with them in Kan- as. You ee that what I have beeu say ing is more a reply to the suggestions winch your condition makes to me, than any answer to your letter which a mm Bora particularly regards myself. I Iib notines which you bitl sesn of m tu connection wtUi thu frestduuey uatns front thu partial disposition of aay friend, wli think of uk more flat loringly than 1 do of myself, and do not, therefore, call for any action from un. Hi-n'.ttni4 hat I am mally and lincerely gratiiiud in Ute renewal of our friundslup, or rather ia thu ex ureesions of it, which 1 hopo will not (ie.iit.-r have so long an interval. J. C. KRKM0M1'. Gor. CttABLSs Rvbissok, Lawrence, Kausas. Deserved Compliments Those who know Messrs. Colfax and Cumback personally and intimately aa we do will recognize the justness of the following remarks, from the Massa chusetts Bepmllicun: The national halls of Congress are ful, of iu8tftnce9 of the .turdy develop meBt of Amcrican democracv Thi-.r. 1 of Amcricsn democracy. There is Ä , proporlion of yoon men ,u-L Lu .S 2ev wuivus uvuj r nuwsv I cap i vi giuiTiu it 1 1 U present position arc in striking contrast to the insignificance of their origin Schuyler Colfax of Indiana, whose ed ucation is such as a New York public school and printing office have furn ished, finds himself, at Iass than 35, occupying n prominent position in the lower House; a ready debater, a clear, vigorous thinker, a shrewd and able tactician, few men on the republican side possess more influence, or are en titled to more; while few constituencies in tho land have more faithful or pop ular representatives. Anson Burlin game, born and reared on the confines of civilisation at tho West, among In dians, trappers, and the glorious scenery of tho great lakes, comes to Washington at Tike early years, tho representative of the richest and most intellectual constituency in America, and with the well-earned reputation of one of tho most impassioned and effective public speakers in the coun try. The youngest member of this Con gress, as well as one of the joungest men ever in Congress, has a history and a character well illustrative, also ( f the ideas wo have suggested, and worthy tho knowledge of the country and particularly of its young men. Will Cumback of the Indiana delega tion is but 86 years old, and has achieved his present position by the force of an indomiuble will, a vigor ous mind, a steady, determined pur pose, and a firm adherence to the right. Self-dependent, he paid for his tuition und other college expenses at Miami University. Ohio, by ringing the oollege bell, and acting as steward to a "moss dab;" studied law while teaching sehool, and entered early up on a good practice in his profession. A democrat of the Jefferson and Jack son school, a disciple of tho doctrine of the supremo court that slavery wan a local institution, limited to the verge of the municipal law, and not able to go beyond it except by positive enact ment, and expressing those principles in common with the Indiana democ racy on all occasions, he revolted from thai democracy which broke down the Missouri compromise that slavery might find new worlds to conquer, and which proclaimhd the modern princi ple that slavery was as universal as the rights of property, and could go anywnere and bo protected by the gen eral government. Thousands of tho hitherto stiff and tried Democrats of Indinna joined in like revolt, and he was elected to Congicss on the Anti-Nebraska issue in a district which gave Pierco 2,000 msjority. That his love of the first of the principles of Democracy, attach ment to freedom, was no passing fan cy or electioneeiing trick, he eviden ced in tho American National Con vention at Philadelphia last June, where he ably resisted the domineer ing spirit Os1 the pro slavery seen u. and, when all was lost but its honor by the North, aided in preserving that ny a mantul secession and address to the people. In Congress, he has mndo a like positive impression. His j brief speech upon the pioposed Kansas m unction, in reply to Mr Oliver of Missouri, was a spirited and telling; effort, vindirnting very clearly the propriety of the investigation which Congress has since ordered, and show ing with a rich array of quotations li.iw eloselv consistent lie was. and others acting with him in the repub-1 Mean movement, with the doctrines o the Democracy of Indiana, and indeed of the na ion only a few years since. It was one of most triumphant vindi cations of political positions, that we have seen in a long time. Mr. Cumback has something be sides the novelty of his youth to dis tinguish him in Congress. He has n tine personal appearance, winning manners, acleur ringing voice, and is a ready Mid vigoroua debater ono of the best of the new members of the House. Indian mny well he proad of him, and his constituents delight to honor so true a specimen of the self made American man Cost of Returning Fugitive Slaves. We may as well stale something near tho actual cost of restoring the fugitives in this case at least so far as the emplo ment of extra deputy Marshals was concerned We don't ilonkthat the ovcrtimctit will enlight en us on thiii subject very soon, and the Marshal and Ins deputies are not at all oommunieative. If wu do not uive all the Huures exactly, wc are open to correction. The number of corlilicalcs issued to these Marshals for the full term of sendee, Wae Ml, each of whioh entitled the bolder to fifty - sti x dollars, or two dollars a day. The amount due whal wo may csll the full -term dep.ttlvs, is exactly sixteen thousand eight hundred and fifty six dollars. Hut beside these there were between two and three hundred other h itn i Hiv ,,i it in who claimed to have been on duty, mid dlew certificates of from live to eighteen days1 service each. Taking the uverngc at eleven and one half days, and the number at only two hundred, we have the further um of four thousand and tix hundred dollars, making a total of not leas than $tl, IM charged to the United States for guarding four or five grown slaves, and, we believe, three children. It Is not too much to say, that the expense of the Cains trial to the government was over thirty thousand dollars, and l II- A-l l "l",rrr luny.vi otauw. Kansas Maatiny In Kentucky ily wayuf lulling uur radors knuw huw ihy ulk st Kansas meutings in tin ninth wo copy thu I'ullowlng ItM iho Maysville Bxprt-M of th Dtb: Ai i-urtling tu aupuintmftnt, 11 Urgt Hnd inii-llii iit Hudii-iicu iinttunbltMi ul j tn Court House on Monday after- noon. r tnu purpose oi ni iiiini; uui. .i mi ii u.-i.i iittiivor a apcuon on tiiv atale of leeling and condition of things gunurally, in Ksnsas. The niuutiag was opened by a short, bul ) ttnotio mid truly beautiful ad dres . Irom Judgu Taylor, for which bu received l!ie moat enthusiastic ap plause. Col. Kt'itl tsStsl tool tit-- stitiiil, Bjfld was git'clfd by his oltl fin iul mid ac quaintances in a style ÜntUriog to any orator. He oDenud by describing ths ' geographical position of both Missouri and Kansas the peculiarity of cli mate, and value of the soil. Then, after touching upon the compromise measures of 1860, he entered at once upon tho subject of the Kansas diffi culties. Thu outrages committed by the emigrant aid societies, not only by the transportation of arms and am.nu tioa to theii Abolition cohorts within the Territory, bnt by the disgraceful and criminal conduct of their allies in thwarting the ends of justice, and sel ling aside ail law and order, were ful ly and truthfully exposed. He vindi cated the conduct of those emigrants from Missouri who have been called by the Abolitionists, "Border Mutilans," and was proud to own that he belong ed to that class of people. Throughout his whole speech, Col. Heid was greeted with thunders of ap plause, and he resumed his sent amid the most deafening shouts.. Studying Latin. Tho New Era relates a story fa.mer whose son had for a long been ostensibly studying Latin of a time in a mi u academy. The farmer, not g perfectly satisfied with the course and conduct of the young hope ful, recalled him from school, and pla cing him by the side of a cart ono any, thus undressed him: "Now, Joseph, here is a fork and there is a heap of msnuro and a cart , what do you call them in Latin?" "Forkibus, cartibus, ct manuribus. " said Joseph. Well now," said tho old roan, if you don't take that forkibus pretty quiekibus and pitch manuribui into that cartibus, I'll break your lasy backibui." Joseph went to workibus forthwith ibus. INDIANA BANK NOTE LIST. 001UOTKD WEEKLY BY K. .. Hl Uli t tl A CO., H l Mi I 'Its, IO WMtThlrS Ni.,atve sluiiaiun, Hstwssn Msln snd Wslnst, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Win. will nm-i v.. itirui at BjW following rstss In it)inonfor sirnsus and front ('rreMuluu. AT HAK. New York snd VlrtlnlsSuio Stock, Kvsn.vllls, osi luir Ah ckjtt. discount. fsvlnas H i n s . Consersville, Trsdsrs' tisuii liitlsDSollt, t'anlrsl Rsnk, litdlsuspolU, Msnk of lh Rapllol. IbillasapolU. Psysus County Usus, Connsrtvllls, Indiana Heak, Madison. Ksnlmkr Nlork Hsnk.Cntnmbus. Marebanu and Msolissk-,' .Isw Albssy, ('mnri'ln c ity Hask, Orsmarry Hask , frafayaU, Msnk .. f Indiana, Mil hlfSU City Cssal Bank, Kvsuarllls, Ossssast (iiy Ussk, Uvssavills, Hsnk of Hslsiu, Kur iiH'rt ' Hank , Waiflnld, liidisns Stock Hsnk Lsnorts, Hralrln City Hsnk, Tum, Hauls, h. Million, Hank, Torr Hanl. OS PK It CKNT UISCOOMT. Hank of Hyracuas, Syrssaas, Hsnk oftClkhsn. Klkliari. Hsnk of Kock Till, Hook villa, Hsnk of Ooabn, Ooahsn, Hsnk r Meaai feraea, HaUm Hsnk, Hsnk of Warase. Warsaw, Hsnk of Monitcsllo, HrookTltl Hsnk, Hooalsr Hank , La re 1 1 Hank, Huslii'loii ( iiiinly Hank. H, P.Jcum' ( harkt, TWO I'l l: CKMT DisrottRT. Orast Wcaurn Hank, Tippcsnns Hask, Wayus Usska, Osfei Wabsah Hank. Kalumaiioo Hank. North Wsalsrn.HlooiuSwId, Nbswnss Hssk , Nlubss Countv, Hank of Fori Wayns, Hsnk of Snulh Hand, lllawar County Heuk, Indian KatnrvaHsnk. fAII olhr Indiana Knts srsfrom In 3 per snl dleoouul, snd ahould el one l wllhdresn front Irrulaliiin by eandlnff lhani to tho Hurk sma, who will rvturs, by ssalt.lba blglteal caab ralue for then. I Ks. John Shillito & Co No. Rust I on nil Itreeti Cincinnati. IMfOKTKKM OK DRY-GOODS 110 C&BPETIIB!! KI'lil'KCTKtJI.l.Y Inform Ihnlr Csstsrsar snd Hurrlrwaerstsnorslty.lhst they ere now Spee les; sii xisnOvs slid (oiMilois eorlinulor 111 I.IIOIIS, I tlll'l l IM , I I OOII III, I I. III A4'. Ksnillloe, Mnlnlkeebsr, MesmlMistowiiur, snd alrengsr, inky dupand upon llinluitf Ilm lilrlai I ; I. ui i rii i't u I ua ilu" run l"i purcliai ed In IhoeeeOon t'lllsa. B.filH A UIIVME ur KK.ASON. Vi'bB the old bal loa All IU gloaay hin, And ono aadl) ntSSSS Upon in Id langayno; Whs ii b wlabee In purvbe A fod bsl Willi Hill.' MelsS," II inski' up Main alrl To UW sters of KK.KUAK I.IXCK. ADMIMM KA TOR'S ÖALI Of REAL ESTATE. OT1 CM la Hereby lv u that I will offer for ale Hul.ir.lsy, the I'lh dy of ,1 al ouUli. ...I May, i".ktl, on lli (to hi !... Ii. u ral tili.' bulling' lug In thu i tiil uf lisat) J. I'rle.', Isle of Kiauklln rokiuty, i'eeeaauil, being lot No. f, III thai pari sf the town of Mrooavllle laid off by John Allen, Sr., s which le s ooiiilorteblo frame dwelling knuae, with s brick kitchen 111 ihe proierty Joining the i iii.il . Chureh. TKMJMbi--One-lhlH In hand, ons-thlrd lu ala monll.a, snd oiio-tblrd In oue .car. with Inleroat on ihn dofurrrd payuiunia, the purrhsesr giving nut i Willi appruvi'il .. nui., w.UMi.g valuation sud siiprabtuiusni taw. I'.t V III ll.l I., Adiiiliililralor. april II 4W CORPORATION LaiCTIOlf. Nolles I hsrsb) yltrun that an stselinn will fan held al Ibu iiltlcai lalel) o. copied by the t'ounl) rtecurdr, uu Monday the .1th day of May seal, to sleel one Trustes ssrh Inns Hm Ars auvsral tlle irlcla of tbelownof llrook III; and alao a letk , a.or, iraaaurur and maraball. all lo re fsr lhsenuiugyesr. I.AKK ADAMS, t ier, sprli dtb, ISM9W. KXKCUTRIX'8 NOTICE, tl I II K I tierub) gives tlial lbs undsritfSS.I il ha been siipolnled teeiilrl of lb last will of Halph Kandall, late ol franklin County, de eosied. bald ualal liiipoud to be enlvent. AllllUll. A. KKM'.M.I . aprittlJw Knsrulrl. W puTil ALL PAPER ThUrgeioriu..iiiii.vur offered i i hi ll", f.irsla alNo. I r mer.tat line . i ) I.INCK a MHMtilt.lM M.U.NBRY. I would eall the aUasllou of my friend snd vutttnier, snd aay to Ihem tlial I Intend going In i Ilia Millinery bulne more uienivt'l . IIa. ii a um. I an arraug s Uli s llrat . lata ell) ni'.arh.-r lo have my ltoini.it hlravhed and pre ed In Ihu very lslsl lle, I esn here my work tlans In the bealille, snd os vary rsaiist le tarnt I will be aoeountable fur all wsrkssirsal adlsisy hand, lu refard to lllns rhans.! Ol lost. I wlli slao keep a very Ana lot of eh.ilo Ull, I. una, lilinintug an le.i rt il.lug u.ually k..pi in a Mlllinorjf slats, tsses wlshlns fins Iriin mlug!'., would do well lo isll and aes before puresaelsg elsewhere. All woik wsrranted 1 give aHretlon. JAMKIIAVIB. sprlngltetil Ind., Ksb, iW, Slht-3in - LITH06R&PHY & HEloTlie. V In s a (i fltulldtsg, LaSBeuara. I'urirsll. Ul iiloina, Mapa.HBuw t ard., Molea, UraHa, Hill of k.hans,(.abal.ae.ae. B MllllH.K.POfl A WAU-ACK. Ho lis Walnutsireet.odd Ksllow Hall . lMnelnuatl,Hov.ll,isAa--4l7 lr. WM. K. PAIHMM'K K CO., IIXl'IIAMUK nilOKKUk, I'OKNKK Of THIMU ANH WaI.MUT HTMKKTS CIHCIMHATI, 0. aar Uly SEALS! AND I' It ESS KS!!! QlAI.H Or Virt'V I.KTTKKN OK LKMM M I II H llsll'a lorouioii i M'al "i ' teller urliiMWilh Kveua' Prrnu'n i. .. t, i. . m tt laesr s. Davie. estrs, from SI i" S'-'.iu Noury futile Hesl In Psreuesisn, fS In Le- i'iiuri uu. I C'ornorstlnn Sesli, with Isrgo Lsrsr I'n -. - froiB Iii to S -' 0uilirale tvallrr for the Nasi Write ilalu Mind your I'.sndJ'a. t.l.lf i I' II M i.. SJatsreneo: Ssal Kngravsr, lliKlnat uiStt II Wuit Kourlh Urn I ..f i in l ii i all Clselaiiatl. O. XTVT. A. Oool win will set sssgent st Hr k vltls for iheaaSrlssl and l'resR,of whom they iss bs ohtsiuud st ths Mae it acts rr 'i prlt si, march 14 OF THE I C SAFE ANH BOUND SUK la LOADED WITH mm goods, i TYNER & KIMBLE LOOK OUT FOR NO. . 1NTKBE8TING DSTAITS'.'.l T N Kit A KIstKIiK IIAVJi ItBCKIVBD THEIIt early awok of Sprint Ooon, and Invtle tbn public to csll snd ssstnlne for Uestselvea brforn purchasing, Utsy can eay wlUi.-ul I oar of con-1 tradlcttoa, that ttie nurchaaer ran anvt a larc In- i lrl on hia money by purchsalnfor liters. Their lock la Isrfo und well aelertcd at pricca aa lo as money can eosamand. Ths MONTHLY AUDI I TIOSR wilt tnaare frh and estonable Ooorta, auch at Clotha. flHx A' Caeaimarer, TwsmIs, v Jssna, Cottonadsa, j SbsetiSfS. StilrUSSJB. Ptpats. Delslnea, Slialaha, Hereesa, Uebscei, RJIka, Satina, Collar, Stssvssa Chsmnstu, lidk'fa, Lswna. I rlnistlnga. UosBsU, Rlbbosa Hau, raps. Hoot, Shoo, flrocerlfa, Hsrdwsr, lron,flrlu4atonee,sad sit th stall notion con i iTi.-'l Ith snd nccsMsry to n completo lock ep ,rUlulnclo the Irado, They tat In exckesR for Ooil,sn the csrosnl moimy they ess ffnt, bold ell lbs broken bsuk seSSBk el i:ineluiialt srlre. to?eUr with almoal every arllrlc In the pr.luc In, IIUKION MI AM. sprtl 4 I so, AT TUP. OI.H e.aaa. j. V. ii.r.i.uii BAKER &HAZZARD OKAIKKS l NT A PI, f. t IIMI DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, Matin HADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAJJH, &C, ONE DOOR WORTH BROOKVILUE BAJfK, SHOOK I' I I.I.K. IMD. PurnUbliiff artlclea of sesry ducrlnlln. .ma ntaite lo order at the ehorteatnollc. aprll II Osr- Prints! Prints!! OK Merrirass. I'mhSfo, Hi) Hutu flnllp.M , and all olhor food J1 ten' Sprayuot ii ii I alytn. of Print, (oln ) I. oi sprtl It HA KM! .v HZAKI. Hats! WK are lual rscelvlngour aprlsg aloek or Silk, far, Wsol , fsnsuis, Ufhorn, Fslm i.af, antun, ami Straw Data. Alao a Blue SMorthieut of Cap of vartont. colour sprit II II A K Kit 4 NAISAJtD. Clothing. AXER AJID HAZZARD BELL CHKAPKR ami htt'r I lolhlUK llian any houan in Iii Star Set. I'hey alao ksp a flue alock of KurulahluaT Oooda.aud make Carmenl to order si abort no- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Rollos la herab given thst Uie undersigned bs been appointed Kascutnr of lbs last will of Ab! Whlto, tale of Franklin county, dscssasd. Usld tat la asppoaed to bs eolvsnt. sprtl lllw .1 AHOJl CAIttfON, Kxscutor. To the Ladies: CAM, AT K . . , . . H .1 K Ii U ,V II 1 1 IS I'. I U II II .III llilll I' I Ana Se lh dneaidiKk of l .nn - sSStSSS, t'hal la. I lan, Tarlism, Crape HhawU, Mantilla, Hdk'l, Collar. tKmbmldnry, Klotist-lng, Inssit Inga, Kdglnga, Paraaol, Fane, Hoalary, Olnvs, trimmings, Ao. Ac, ever brought to this Market. GROCERIES. WIK! BSALU AND EtPITAlL, Na. a Coinincrr lul How, RR00KVILLS; INI WW. L. TAIIUI ll.lli iV CO. HAVKnow npaned, and will bnnp ronalanlly on hand, a nnrnl and cniillt.t.' auortnisiit of BMortmeiit of (iNm salr.1, which they iifTc I sa Idw n Ibey can m procured In r eel. Mr. Karubar havln hi ihla branch of trad. Ms i aaia ran tie furnlhd I ket but a Mn a aaovs l retail to Induce tin pun hu Thelf .tock rotielat Hi p all par lolTue rss l . U. riugar I'owwvred SW l rnthed do Mol'- Mseker.'l While Klah Co.l I.,: i 1 1 I., i "i f i lu sack Mas irrt.! ISssehe ' apple Os'ea Will tw War Ovalara Ksillh i I I'leklee Ul llinosd Prases i in . . I ohm I.oulavlll.i I - . Slid r.'llienl, Trare, llsller snd Hronvl 4 liulns, Hliotela, Spail. All of da, lloea lln) ,Mraw fili'l Manure Fofka. . hli'h will ! old Inr a amall i. i . auoe oil i ' I in Inhalt I i i forl!i oi Afraovan coi'STsr rsnnuts. Call ssd oi am In our alock; n door aoutti ol Muck A Kariubsr'a. i : i : I 'I'll It 'a NAI.. mil I' ' ndi. r I Tili'. I, I- eulor of Iii ll wilt and ll l.'.iamanl or A bl X IUI.', iliiri'Mfil, III "II l nullit nttti ry, on iho nremite in Ilm lown or l)nlos,ln Krsuklln ntunly , ludiaua, on Neiurdaj the luthday or May, inui. btwt,n il.e hour of ... hu i. A. St., and Ü Vlosk I'. M.,llu following described resl elal li.'loligliig to thu ualaU) or nid If lator: A lot of land bnunduit a ftt 1 1 v a : a part of llit- north l iitarlur of im-lloh thirl, .'u (IS) f I'ltsntblu nine (U) of Mungo tu(')wet, '..nui i..." on Ii' wi-.t in. i r aid iiiarlr ' ul th .iiilh-waal lorner of a lot ee aod ly l. Hum ll. Howell, (in his lifu lime.) snd running . mill to the rentrs of the Hrook vllle ssd Ox fx id lai toad, llieiitu t ut a ong ald r..ud lghii ii rol iutU lllika, th.'Urg north lo kltt. auiith-eatl eoruer of aald William H. Hews ll lul, tbsues sel slnng std Howell' loulh line eighteen rod aud la link to the nlaro of beginning, luinlalii ing three arre snd a half, be Ih um mor or lea' Also, ths following' deterlbed loioflnttdl II. f Inning on the oafnru road, in Hie eenlru of .aid road al the outti-eit eoruer of the forsge ing dserlbtul lot aud Um nurlli-ssst vorher of Ilm lot now own I by Jsi-ob Mstlef, lorwerly nwswd by Kosh slsndeuliall, aald toniur hemg on tho seil line sf ths following de . rii.. I iuart r c i .in; Sfty -two ami U ti ulli pores south uf Iba uorah-eseiiiuerler uieerti.Millilrl.veii. 'l3;towu hlp hllis,(U) Hsnge iso, (.) wetor tu meridian lim, drawn I Mint the mouth of tl... Unat Miami Hirer, snd runnlug ihi'iu e eouth on the weat line uf aald quarter tlun idghteon m. snd al llukii ihuuiHi aal niii .ul. and Ihrss llhkl ihcii ii ii. .nil I'lghii'iMi otes and Ii link; llienra m uat un." Md im. I three link to the .li I h eiunins, t oxtuluing ous srru lv iolwai..l .m hall b ths uiu uiers or Is. Hoth hv aru woJI luiif vnl and Imvu roiitfurlalilu me on t ..... a IM llll .1 trull- And, alo, al Hi'i aaine time ami la II lh iioraonal iropri) ri) "I ald leautnr, roiial.lluf ol Kttsbuu 1'urnlture, l'arnilu Im - k.A, Hutiaehol'l ami nliii,iii. ni a -vine ir .-in, m ri'ni etvnivi . n.i id i .ii hi band, oiie-thlrd lit ala ami oue-lhlrd In twelve mnnlhe. !'rusl rierty.serettile)li all Hin, oi three 'lollsrisud uvnr, nine sio.ilha III bs glvss i the ,isrehsssr giving a nls with aiiirovvd eseurlly, waiving Iha keneSl of His fat nation and sisistnenl law. Hum a thsaw dnilar and leaa.rs.h in hand. sprillltV JASON IIAItHO,N,Kl.M.iur fllKAI AND ti(X)I) FURNITURE. 117 ILMAM THANK, AKltOUKCKS TO THK Wir i u tum nl lltook i in, hud lim ral of ihe world, thai Ii k a uimly of all kind ol Vuruitur a' i.iil hia .hon on Mam etrl uearty oip'iHa to SMilih Lyaa'at'arrlsgNhui, a he insksa mnalaf II hlrutelf, hs esu r - mulatto uu mw wu . "ui a "i "ui "i II Ii Um lt'ii. -.iron wii.i waiiiaiiyuiing w wi lit hla Hue Would un wu in . ull ans uxauiiii" i uu urk and Ilm l'ft" '" torn buying lae share, UNBE&TAXIN0. Iis keesll kled uf eoStna ready-niadu, and a gtKnl llssrse with which lie can il.'iid liinerul in luwn of country flivu him a mil '"r!' a...AMr..t.NK Blank Deeds, &c. There lis laal been Isaued si Ihla oflU-e uaw l and hsaultfui edition of Hlank Ueud, etirl form ' We have a'ao, Quit tlalsia. Morlg agsa, t'omnila-1 inn."' Deed, old Iura llucd, afuiuiniin Slid ' Sut,i'ita' iioora ti n o. s. WK have oq baud a good aiiorlinmil of llooli, Shoe. sii.. r. ..... r.. bukli. Hoy. Al is- ami I'lilldwn. Alao Mr.. Il'irrl'a c.-l'd'ratd Uutkln and Ilea, at eaab iiriesd. uaillt TVM.lt J. KIM ULK. WM. H. urri.Mi.Y. Mil IUI IM III It , Will luakeapi'llcallon fur llnunly l.aiul, and at land to all bualneaa that may be eutruatd t lilni, w Ith earn and lsslch. Ortlse is tbsaaeosdaUiry ol Wsat'l now Stall ing, otialt th I "our I I Ion..' mithin,., stHAUt m.a0i:. WK have now and Intend to keej, n general ai.ftmi'iit .f a'tpii mi i . ii ihl line, allow tariff t.flce. . Boil ' TYWKK KIMBLIJ. ARRIVAL oL i ; WsiaV i. ittrii'.iir. 'tl l NEW DRUG STORE. 8ION OF THE GOLDEN HOBT AB) 0, V. JOHNS DKALEIt 15 J , Drufi, .Tledtcltiesi Ia.iklls, Olls Ir Staffs Portnmery, vinllen i Ai ., Went side of Main (.. next door to tit VALLEY HOUSE, BR00KVILL3, INDIANA TAKKS plesaureltt IsfornlnaT Ibn jjut.ln pen erslty, thsthsl now in receipt uf and open Inxln hlanew room,oppoitclhs rnhlloHiiusr, a ful ut ck of allOo(dia liltltbo. Mlsatock of Drugs an i M ed i c sib y j He can asy IU sil r.snfl Jone I n it urtMacd, eUheftn quality nrrsrlnty by any otberbouaein the county, nor at sa low price. HI tack of Paints, Oils, Varniahes, &c, Koplby htm U t'ompb tctn nrvry pail I nui mi w op4Sliqrnn clrtraiit aaeortinentof Englith, Ftrneh nd American Perfumeries, All of which have Ueeti purchaiod at auch pries n will stf-jllytsyl 'two of thn Ooldo n Phyelclaua ran re If upo.i hvlnt their fretcrtp 'lion csrelully coin pounded . Jau 4 ip.v.juiiniw. liO IT BOOTS!! n. Skooei., ßRGÖRS SOBL. 1 & mm. II v NKt) A i i ii lh room l'n Hi ift and attea, cnatowi made and Mr. llrook hciiif a k Pinea Inreii nuiut al work , esn luppl) r dr, on hvr notice, ssalers work ptircbaj sreat advnntac to be They riMiddeutly ihl count), and lhrs They kwji on hssd and lulber, both aoli erlplloii. 1'hny can fu wry srtlcls Uey may very rnttannabln rate. march 31 n-ctlosl HhoO Mnk it. und of Uu. lii of workinnii uitcmer with work, In nr Howtllalao warrant II Hw aid at hia eVtro one rsr i, uril I'j liuyliif of ih.'in. ft to simril the pttlronefo of ore sipecl lo have l. K. r. with vv Sstlce, snd st FRANKLIN MACHINE SHOP, 1 AT THE BR00KVILLE COTTON FACTORY. WILL BIRCH, MAWOFAi-Tl'HKIl Mraw and Kned ( OK sKVKK.M. MOKTK Ol' utter, I'liuipa, Corn tihwl- Iura, llore I'ower. 1'urulnr l.aih", iVi . All klnda of Paleul Mauhlnery mado and SUsd to onlur, at abort notles. Wheel and Mcrawa ut lo shy pilch or peitsm. hlocka, Tap and Dtea ! nisdo to order, slrtct a ties II on gl on to repair Ina- Mi-am Knrlua, Mill Ooarlna;, and all kliul of Mai'hlnrv Caallnga ruruOhedul abort untlejs. Term Keoaonalili . Csab paid for old Iron. Rrata and Copper, into w iu. Itritrti . William Frank, UNDERTAKERi KSKPrt ronalanlly on band, CoSlna ol all to . ssd dsaerlptlon, snd s good llesrao with vthich In attond funeral, tu town or country . mi r u n 'UFFinrs, ( tw.. o. co- tnnlly on bsod. tusr It I0W A LAND AGENCY. T'I. Ulli MIMSTKKN AM) Ml! M IIKKS Ol- i theM. K. L'burch, and sit othera wbuiulimay sonosrn: Having been familiar with the rltsts of lows for tsn yssrs, Hhsaglesn me the sdvantsge of msk lug auins verjr chnlco aelscllona of land, hioh I now ogsr for asla al u b figure a will pay the purihsaer s very hand. om per cnl. un Ihe in. ui I l 1 l '.''! thp.'ll i.li.rl ..I Una liltllge Is lit,i all r.nmaili.ill to eay lo all c.mosrued thst I expert to siiend the Huaalnn of theOeneral runloreuoo al Indlanapo Ite, May 1st, ISOS st which pises I will be prpar ed in convey tarda, lylsg In one body, I rout mi to n40scrr. Huyirscss beenlte.l s to prlee. anil, liM'sllon, die. Those wlahlng lsnd Warranto lo esled, or enlrlea med with cah, land houfhi or ...'ii, eau have It attended to lav Informing hiu ol lliwlr wlebea. My land lisvo uweu earofully l aelwd by auyselT -Sem I kuow earh plnr, what III, and wusre H la. M) i ot )ttc.i Bedrest till sflr 'ionoral I onfer ni I-, will In- Mi. Vernon, l.lou Co., lows. MarSS A.i'AHKV. kjiiin vui?ii:i h tiuwwjuiu TO THE crriZEHS OF 1 1 1 . I X lUUf I " II 11PII I I , Wberes. a la ha bnu .(... . 1 1.. i l ru ta usltltt, fur the s of ralatiig ll ureaaiy pro Iha loa. hing u l ax Ihat I lur Ihre tear Vi SOlii", ur ".. uiiii'b of aald nm'i SS WHUtd So ii"l. -l.-ti I for building Idd n l ml house. It I Uinri.lore tfaruually revoei mend, d by Uu uuderlgud lfu1of Iii ui"'.. n. in. d Town tin ft, that datier etep be taken 1jr naeh i-ho.il lil.lrl.loflliU l.ivvi.ahlp, lliulv... way lltemhy .ii. diiy iijoy Hi" t)tiiint or guod i uu.il hou. ., u.o ai..' a .'oii.ld.'rablo Item In the lii" uf u dilot'i ami 't ruasurur's (so, In east Ihsufomaliil luv hould .'iililintio In I. .-olloi led In nur . ."iilv Treseursr. U Urn courts ebovu re. nauuended iiould l . il".ird hy ihu I'lUri'in ol Ilm nlir lov. n.lii ,, We ill i. ii an or.lnf lo hui r Hi., nl.oi ,. i.,im, , tax srnaed iruis lbs tsa duidtrstu of the count! Ke.iiactfull) iI'ihuhmI. WM LOVtri, v , 11 JAkSBJh, Truetec. WM. M mar.-li'jn 3w. IlllllH I'.l IOWA LANDS. THK unduratgi'ud having been ullrlld t a numlH-r of ,eron Is go lo lows and enlf Uiudt (or llt.iiu.tukii lhl iiii'ihoii ui iiii'iriutiigatl who may wtah lo lunloy an agni to locate l.uiul Wr rrant orutr land lor .'a.h.ihat hd i V I u , im to lesvs llrook Hin lor f owe , l,in th.i lat and lAlhof May neat, snd ttislhO wlltsltottd irumiitl) lo all l'Unaol Utat natur imundril to him. ' Having boon cnfuguU lu agrl. ultural iurulle all hi III. , and io...lng coltalJsrsliln know I-j edge In regard lo lbs Slowing Slat uf Iowa, and I having ii .i-riiiiul Inters! In the losstlus .n land, not sxliectliig to loesl any rr hliull,ln 1 lui.a Im. i lu h.iliiiV" lliallin v. Ill liaru the iatru- i h. i "i iiio.v w i.iiiua in .iiijiii.j an agi'iiv ior ti.at (lUrtHiSe. He uan he ottsauiled st llrook vllln,er si hia losidetice 4 allst sst or thai lilacs. r l I ii. it addieaial lo htm si Urnukv!ll,lnd. marchSI JOHN WiMN. I. IHM I, Uli. a, i l,AK()K i." i inn ui i uiilliig of all srlltie I uaiiall- kvjit In guiiural rtll torea, si ths lowixt iiri fiiresb st nor i 1 V N Kit KlMUI.R'fi. Bounty Lands. firiLION MOllROW 0IVEI M0TICR THAT W Im ha mi band ,rliit'd Im in fur . I'lnlnlng h'liniiy Ihi'iI usd.'f Hi" ' t of Aiatih:l, l and villi roinilly stlciKl lo II n t ti.ntiga fur laud ... -1 - a salt! asl, may 1 1 3ui II II II W kill'. , k general SMorimsnt ii l"rl urieea fVif ca II tltllW IU I II tili Hi ll ii ulwiiv. he found Ith Bb, rl AslBS I VMI'K .V K I M III. KV. A Speker at Last, liul thti . no rat.n win H ,s A. N . I'.l.ii . Iidgt I Mutant. 'ta, aiiHol all iheaner and hellui good than ny h lu Ihe vulloy , i.im;' of u g-l ieal ssaiilliiisiil of Pit Uoitil, u IM. ii. ,ift., nartiwars, uusry, i u ami hi., IUI pa . and a gwn al aaatirluiant .'' Ii. ml) Madi lulhlrgur Uta luli end oi" im- llllllll". u would ri" ifnit.i Inn id Ihe ludl. a lonur im a n ., Uu i.uia . Al'i-e, tiili.nr, la of vart. in )rrlill"u, Or Welfi (sii'l s geiiurnt aorununt oi ,whi. U we toillvuly 'Ii .-II ai i.' H'.'t Ilten any huu in the valley, iovd . uii.tt) r duc.'i v u re. ii i li.i ii a fur lurwur iatr.iig, n.l Ii k s Hb rat luru ull nml ,. w III ''aae eatl and aelll tl' e ui n.i have money, oi we l' a io I ii i lutep, ii . v A.M.III ArKLlWJa. 1 (Bali a i unt, , ,,.,( n.nUm In ' 1 i m U a 11110 1.' ü A 1 hi o 11 'M hl',, N.AMp4rrHB IN UIANA, D. I) SLOAN. PBOPRIKTOS lulfSf IIIOSJ Mt t.tllH. 'I'll! uudarttfrned ha", aud will alway kep on 1 bend a gsueral rirlmeut nf Ifnn aud Nail, aultn.l to theliade-l" (rcah. mli TVNKH A KIMHUK. Sl.ilr.tl lii'tlli.i, t-'r.i.ik Hi. ( ounl, s Not If K ta hur by given that John H. lets, a4 uiinlklrator of the salsls of laaae llsvla, da- ovaaaafl, ha Sled hi Settllou to axil lh rusl ealulS nl lh dec.i.leni. hl purtousl halug iiiaurDalanl U y SlaJabUl and ttisl saht paUllou will ts heard st the neat ts mi of lbs Tourl uf I'sniioou I'less of asld i unit. laal .IOf M .lOHNSTOlS, aprll is C, C.C. P. I rusklin i NOT I CK 09 IWaOLVENOY. T Iii A tH Torrn , oas, of Ihe t'otirt i f I i tnni i. ini.iKiH, .,r in. oiirt r t u ,'l III" oi f la i I'm na, Uli count), thu natal or .11 i.i M, II ... II dutrurcd, we. dm luri d t nhly inaolvsul t'rnllaaSSAfs llturufors liollSi'.l ii l,, alum' III h a.'llai I.. i liuglyt and that all rlalm not nie.) wlvtilu tsn mouth from Hit dsto will be fi.MV'r barred. WILLIAM I. PKUK, airll IJtli.Sw. Atlm'r 6SelBHS5 Ai , , hu "THE Ü00I TiME'S tpE." (8 cases m urn HAVE JUST ARRIVED AT THE FAVORITE "OLD WHITS CORNER." OF GaLlION k SON, t hlffi thee are sew nix nine, mul ratend w i , 1 1 At reduced prices. 4 SPUIFG HAU AI L.V 1' fAiltLVOPKNKIs A ajid we tiae ft Imci of Oud. w hac rodurud iho-lsrlsr," end by m Solnw nr enublod i. o!.f, it Try allelit sdi tide coni task tudt-i the losdlsi fro in a Ma n Itunf urliiirst. jsrt n( our atoclc J na. Iiuks. It you wl.k lr or whkli'"n " ii prend, esil st Nie Old " will Mill you ose of j Snd nury and rlftteat: ur ,. r br Wo also h Dr Hilka, Fine :rsps Agured, lsc all klsjU,f Hil'kf. Ho. UVregt, t nil ,ti ue Klsi k svorj srsot), red, ptsln snd Mil M rial 'ItfrMSfl ( Iftug Kibbon, Urpitrntlcill. mi; v vi! iu sj i (itmim: III, I i kW !'' t " , v l 1 1 I t ' i .,vrrr .. I in thla market. Wo have bees very narlii'iilar In Inn In nur riotlilnt. und flatlrr our- I aalvea that w esn trim )ou out, gctitlmun, from "he ad to foel" for le money than any lioues In thl Vsltsy. i.ivo ties . all. Ieitirl Irs, Wnbsv i' an unusually targe ln?t ol Honn .lie auch ii. Mo. Im bleaobsd and sublsscbrd, Hnl ling, do. Lines snd Cotton Dlsper, I tcklsga, &.. 1'rlnlS. WIisb II co sie tsCalorso" ''t'M erounw," but all Ifaal we need eey about print-. I, that wr have Ibe Murrlmai k. l.'m-bv.'O, flu nS'Jlll.'ii A 0ll, Hay rlaleajid Hprsgus hrr.mU, hi h r) hod) k now ufr a Kood h. ifolil dollar. Hull I'uprr. This la Juat the eeaauu of Uw )sr to psper your wslla llisy Ot'gin to look bud. W hu luade larg nri i'loii. to our bufn!otiirt' natciiaive tock of Wall I'aper, snd can, without doubt, . hlt.lt the la ret . I attd tfi oa I Lu.lo fully Mttod stock and then HO stioap of any houao la Ute as part. A ' mm. I . U ii have Juat opuuud a largo and II . In t. - I im k or Imp nrlr.l I u Ksg Carpeta alway . Hoots if lh laical pallrrna. a mi We baee oseroom .1' 1 1.: ! i nu bnaliioaa, and wu are now pr.ipt.ri Nhoe or Hoot, r i "rybody etsn i Infant. Csulsliilsg all lbs tarii lluaktnasnd tiootee. Muasanitd Mnu and Boya Hon la ami Mum large sseortutoni nf t I I ti.M Nhuo nl 'Mr .lirldlon. tlata and ai Kvary grsdo uelb (or men mil V lateaiyiuof HOI- I II A Im for hat ! ( ill In ünt, snd "Adasi" wlllgl ', V..II I 'I II.O wr aofl hesdS. S ) nil "flla," ii. r. i t ure, aud llteartii-lee utualty kept is a retail alr. In 4lli'rnHtirii (tu. I l.limnuuru Wo have a i entire sow atunk, containing aoiue new patUirix.and all thai i mir.! u ll.l sat.- Ilul we feel It tili for u to ay wu ( patronage beatow eslitll oituree, su lon, al thl lato of tho asms. Wi cliuap Good, snd ly clerk lo wslt 4 no fssra. sprit 4 ry In aay mote f ral lul for Lh i u alt through a Sumre Hiral IK) gaa iod . , S. H. OA 1. 1. ION dt SON. ..i i 'I I.M l 'PI I I.' MM t I'L' " y ijuA a i in. i iix rv. aHBffl WE ARE COMING. OLD HO. 1 IS FULL FREIGHTED WITH SPRING GOODS, NOW 18 YOUItTlMK. ,MTOH IN. Linck & Farquhar H. VINO Jnt returned irms Hi city with ono of j tho prcllli't, uestnal, aud moat fa.bloiinblr j .look ever brought M Ihla aMrVnl, intend to II, and we Intend lo at 1 1 l" We will not even ms ns stlsapt lo giv a catalogue of our good. Out Just coste sud cksm. Ins Isf yorssle. kfe hsv s gauersl Maori', meslof every tiling No trouble to bnw ttood. all 111.-. ivr oik to hi i'uloiui'r An an all o.ptaelatlf Od tosti-Sl' m our ruori" io ceu i m nir in.ta. aim Inlsreat.a t' oilnliio se'i'ui rufmit own. Mep A I I ii B DOT AND SH I Im Ufa' 1. 1 ii ir irull JjHEflSOOOVf.s i.VM I ITKM mi t ii P FLAJs-SKEJ'! FLAX l.lnrk V riir.iuliar'. rnarvK ' W . I I I -H UAH t u , LUMBER ' Tut, m ii.t uiHiiit v f I lueh iiohisr assntltirg lash Mislar brostl buurda, I bs will h SI'.' per Ibotiasn Si Harriaiiu, Ohio. Kit. esi.oiaii'i K'r iK il iim.rgH) tuet of l ill. ll , "tl .1 ' 1 1 V U I I n H i't.vM marSH 'ad- 3 ' BROOKVILIE BANK Ur f 1,1. iillow Inlerealoli Ilm l)i.ioil. mud after ihla Sule lu Oatuortsdlan i tiay'l'le tu Itnllef ftimi, My ordsf ui ih lloNid, Hrosktiil.l'i Ui laia. "Time is Money." lO.t. II . f'MHKi hi in i ii aim , i anuth ol tho V l.t.l ' Hül'KK heeiiacoii.Ui.il; on hand a gi.nural alanri in ii i ui lewelry, Watohes, Clooks, , all ver i0n, rimn, n.l i u mal varlnl of ACY AltTlCLU. attun aa ar uaunll) kil by ISwelur. He I lil.i. pared alo tu riielr oltl Juwslry .and in luan and repair clock and watt hr .ii r.'a"Uiil.l inrina ml t hört uoll.ie. Iii. will In guld In aehsng fur gnde 1 tV. old Itter I June I M TO TDK PEOPLE OF Franklin County. mtlK t Nlil.KMt.M' I ir...... loturulab in all l uhf tllu r, nini'lle Map n film l'..uil. on lbs plan of lhl ..I Hin i"i. Tuunl) . Itni ."I p hy l,"iidlt, Wright Msyd.u'i uml imw in rite Audt lir'aOSi" "i ihct oufi Hon l Mc....h ill... H will be mialualils lu ever r,itl tusy wialiing to Qnd n pnlnl I). Mil. a. r a l . a I uart"'l iMill H ll UllUd' hl niiiuliiT tu work wiilh ci i in tue used and vti!..r. I it I' I... im I ul itte Vitll .111, end will u d.'d Lu furi Hon i I liopssllmi "Id lilrii.l, win gdslteUiptl seed mu subet fil ill be five imtisri"ii neuvury Hub' ata wtlii. In at all th Iswrra a. MM KS MO ULM. and pulillc pUr.' lusrch I Union llukrry. I lie ubi rlhcr baa op. nuHit Iwintlusrly known at ."i Mailt llurgaaa Nlreul, w I ISl'll) , freah light I rrad . add rratdiora. lie la ao it Haken ul tbu Old Huek Horn. whrr be will kwp mi I , lind It ui i ul i ll prpard lo du baking . I ai. it I Duties, WII.I. (AM KUtKI'N for weddtng and pi 1.1. '.Sui' LIFE AND DEATH ON Til K MCE . I I'.ollei'Uoh "f atiraoidinary udi Ä lortu ui poraMisl nsrutm , ttlui bond of Merchant Veel, km! ol rombli'ii'l Willi thrilling rotation . sud aufferlug lllurtralcd with 1 iingravliig from dclgn by Ha HsinlhoB.ste .by HRlCM V llöWf un dfltvary iit paeai. ire is ths Ing llle on ia of War, RELHJlOUfl EMBLEMS. Hl. I Ml A ri KHIKS 1 with w rill ii SSWH aervsllon, and rellgi' ilturlrul" Oltlno t'tnl r llii.il prim ipli I MoLMKH and Julia by llcnr Howr. I'' liuge. (ho Agiaiurllie ht tug Franklin t ui.ii I i "iigraving., ullaneuut u!m .ut aaa li ,i are i it Mill tu I. a had nil I Ih. ll I . . . I k u oi. In .,1. . ... A tit I ll, i.NHl' Ih. It,. mar 2 B. h. ItALLOt U, Afcnt. LOWELL, nvv vuuisv Jiou ti') nj )MaoTH rvixiinsoaa 4 vrisavoii snea 'shoioi i M'!ui r jsj IVHOXOad AHH3E0 ,ibs iHv Humeri nnl perint! lowlni ! ran A! ., i.. ii. it. com .'l'.'nkn' who It wh(ri. Itters Wie wvrtbof Uss lu ssoinglhe benefit I llnsauaiid mas f me ' J .feel g rallied I, und sella, a III I LOCK. p. sent .1 VMK8 C ATER, I'rartirnl Chrtnisl, Lowoll, M i Id in llrook vil lo by M. W. Halte-. ;itford .V Uepii). Uli'tl. I. id. Ami aliigi ncle in noi W. A. t lark, Crown I leb. I, i i mi... in the we. I. illng Agcsl. Til GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERT OF THE AOL, 11 AVER'S CATHARTIC 1MUÄ' Hiu don't ArouistiMlnl, but tin y er trtoai. , One Hot hsa cured nyariopsls. Thrtsboahaveiiredlhe wi.ralra.etof crof , Im . Tain Hj..,. ka. I'ii...t t. .i .lj.lu i in tin alws esres tlvu Jaundlen. I lr i' I mir in. in i laan. Ilm ayal. ni 'rum Uolla i it. u lea than ono ilosa H. ' wo Uutna hare comsdetety eu'txl the worst sf ulcer on the leg. Htaall ebtass seldom fsllU esrvths Pllse. ' its inaingirttniui i.il ...niavn. iiningtioe.tnii rsposieu etpei every worm fi'iiu the body. 'I bey .boetd be gives torblldres wli'iare ntwa.a nint" or tsaa sfffleted with Ihla Aes r:.r. ly.ie Uw) have Ho aaal. i derangnnirnt of theUvsr. One .i.i d. and thua strike al the asae. S la if t llit If tactual in thn flMI.I. ST. L0UJ8. AU- hail:: soMKUIINli l-OUTHK MIl.l.HJN rwoi . ooi W.WH KEST0UATIVF. old and ing r.ir of tUUUSfc'I'l. Taoi', t. 4. .du ilic lul J otlf .n rl'U.I. '.lu.... Jul . tlUll It III. .Oll II d.'l.n, .it Ki'ial.v.-,aUin I vr ssw. I have iui I'lensrslion of lh net' saing ytrurllair l. 1. 1 ,s hi fli sie ..I"." I, darki sad I now I Nl I ..Srilllolt Inf Ii" ' 'Uli II. Ii g . v). . .Ulf llail 10'. Iura I ii ' il eniii'arshct',aiid I iJturftiii rrrk.atasetl I otosll. J.H,IU KS , lihi.ago, UW, Ms) tiri Mllford, nfcetK,eii,,slS., ov. IS, it'll. I'ltlig. i ui lu'SlHig u ll' i Vunra, t.elv , OOOItllll 11. .ii. :. i-ii i I'MU. OiJ, WHK Ih .l rtletii' ul in asla. f ..urssi.-brs i ill a .ai d II llitn ttetors tits wttblte. tt at ont o re dandruff and iiitptiaaant iVrblug from the ssla. Slid I, un n al.it il ml hsif llStlirall)iSUi, I ts si a "U nsva pertu testis ts ealVr to in, all w ln terisln sny doubt sf it psrfMwVag, all thai la I Ii I I I l..-,vl i,i- hwi. I. Ivi utic I have in- I 1'r-dra.iir o .1 '.v ,,..r Hair Ksato raiive, and have admired Ha wonrturful uffuru. -It rtatnrud in. hair wbsfe H bsd lallen off, II c!ena I1' hssd, and rai der Ihe hair ctfi and M IH A. AIHIMStTlt. i ulavlHe, JlOV . I, rwi. J! . - .I I ..i lit Vu'k. t .(, i,si I...HI, 3d. flritadway, Now York, snd by sit UrajatsU cvarysrhsrs. All kiad oi isiuily paUrn inedi . neli.rl , i nllil et poaHdi lrms, al Pre raor U ood'. olblllimi.i, lit Market Hlrest. HI. latwl. J "'D ; ' hales 1 n; st iur litooVit:: sprit i . OÄWKElKS lUkMWAÄJl.llAlLli' KTC. -i .ii. . iV i ar't'iksramln toccipi ri ill ui - Idluaufth. hi'l.'.'al i.r.iii'iii ...mi! ,i .I ai-lerl. - I d ll'ti'ii r ,l nil' r , and Nallp, ul No I rlul ll.iw . 1.) I.I Ni K 'k I' AH n in e r AR. HITS IM t r. Wi.';t;., Ivw fuicaali aalia I s gem-rat uSltyl of r Veu, t- 'sn4 I'hlldren. . NCR A KUIsUJJ. W'MT T,!?? a af!ft - I tlll rViaaTMH, l'llJA; l mis . t-. SSO Srr rSrurlB4lT tiro .. i . . -I -L -mW w.. i. m -!4raV tvl,i el .irate fa SM dse.r t'i lit t aafcc.ol II kissels, " i ! r u ii a d f a es, Ttatnet , ln., ttursse, llrillianlM. Imhrsldrle.. r , MaSBlwl HhswlasaSl A Sue tot sf Hristosit t Sr.. and Us.; Issjstsr. r w in.i, uaaai ia.xr sriaiT oj WHITE liOODS. Linens, Kusliai as Quilts. ; T,r JfC fSf' snseesUy at uStason, saMSsaut , i:'!'i4iiy low I'ttirgaftMe Msrcasuia sr i . ieM.i t-, u,,,, a call. I rrm. Itnrst. on nin itfiw niiassf:. SB Ott ItSTS T.WiLE ( 0VER8, Alii KALI VlfhDsti'i olT.whoiea M hrdeaalaauSr. ' .läse Uu clnsejrt. Cfcis. Order, J SJ. rl,BSl.i14sesr. 7 IOHTE, HEVTOV AJIO .U a rttir..-1 s raesol SS.l on won wlbssbs. ' o au .ih wSw waavka t ' purebaa a elans, s sssws ef as gireri 'rat It. Ibst If Iber bs; SS lave bv " Ui ssri i.t IM, tats kein r n tket other i tsesse un, IhatetjM, marltt rue t Iff is .) .it.au ta.i perasee.ir lioiaghi. I . .y. aiid e.e4 otee. M' t;)l .v wll1 .. re ei r.or I biarrt I'rataa DeSSir. i i TVrXLODEOiri! StKLODFOJf B'J if A loaiiopa ( bilde' sasBssssM tan. I SnnejaaMeal 4k afsjsrlrr- tltalf rapul el la pevor peadtlre of ihelr n.aiiiswriewiiy svoawaae. fr . lory priess, who csl or retail, fa aS "ar ZI VI urn & Willi ,, f'" "t"0 a1 SteteylewB 4sloreiS t-li L.4rat JACOB ERNST, w A M h 1 4 11 III 1 1 IV Ml-, I a- i T V. I l J I . .' " i v" "' H,a.ik Bowk "mail - r... i.i .' m rati, keeSwti- il and itnplete eeSaeai ol orandusr, a., el til ' uai.U. Itettke.. Uß0km ol Hi nu.l -.ur Hlaok HaolVul i'utti..4i aiasawa all i rWr 'MU1II . a!,B fsr iura i :.iam nook,, ro ed n 01. l- I "o psusrii, wiutests4kavi i :m -TT- ILOsräe MlssS liooka are Alio, a full and. i.i ! ; .i-anrtNielil ufMlar. ib.-.t lluoaa. Mailoaoe. Am.. .. nr. r...p,iull) ivliado wi-' n. a esll II I. na our titlcra favora'.t. ' Innetf, .Mar. h 1 4, M. SBBBiar y PROVIDENCE, K I. KKW I KlXciPUt! NO i-OiKOWf Km tin im cm fTIBOTl TO KALAJUA, roa res rsarrseries ass . -cases rversBd AgBe.Orrhlll Kev.r. OaasS Aaets, sml other I nler ml ttaul aad MibHmssS Fs era sjar. of Umtos Peewra, tMwraaiasfH ht Ty photd Symt tost; Tyshwld tSe, 'Mow fevar.Sbip and JeJ - r"M.ri,r läMI Ity, MM Swwsta. sad all other tons of dt . "'rS nOMaiOS I HAL ASIA OR MI Ihla aalHls alansskan. i,,m,m , seon la unarrddsbly inhaled a', evsr ereelh a i lb ssine in chsrsetatr wherevsr H safsto sisill ' enulh.sset or eil and will ran w ha re yield to newly dlseovereal A S 1 1 ftOTtv, which ss .runr.-me poiaoii.romHfiy psrlSsatiMi . mi', vu.iroiy rewtovea all UlSSaVSessC I Ti u Proprietor dtatineitr rlalm. tCmmm. TTSZ.' iiioari r una irota II i It will prsisri any rsaldsst er trsesUr, esa m II. mort elohly o wantpy InSsilUee fVoni ''.. .. I. II...... .Iiaea.. wkaUrsr. or as ISJtST I in cuntianii) lul.. nog- Tiiiini it aas It il li.aur.ilr i hack iha ague In ttraisi hsvsesJhrsa for any lasatb uf iiaM.rWaaääw wh M Ttviarv ViAH. oUiaMhav naad aamk... V ofSKS i nai,bv .-.iinunsisg It van aesoMtat l dtrcrtlniia. It will iintnedletolyr retlevw I; iha rtiati elai r '.'ill. -f hllliiili Ha-".' 'I I...M. ..aft, al debiuij , night wcsst.ai . 'i r pai hast sttägss he gin In rsrdtsr annet'la and akssfth, akd saatls until i4 i' ti I-' anil pmUltaat . ..aasasl "n.i rrnuiea kl Ii U alao f PUBLIC C( lb -aijae of lu r"s snail ll ) .it hi oi- 1-uBi.n t-usriimm' '. in, ami MliKk MSMUlnaaNS 1 he Rttlow lua; .. it.Srwli- frosi om .d1 Iwe otai relehratv.l heuti! in the 1 -"- - -mf ' W lork. tonsil, ISS4, a t b . ia assl e e asttaaUaaa aT I I I. l Sua i AittnUla, lo Xlalea-W. mm.t -'"hi. M.rsui,, Staus bb.i " , t"ii have ii"i fusnd aftlti)a of staas' Lava I found say kesssee la H asa i"". lajeriotw via rtsir " rs 4.,.l rJU? " iatsaT I hi Allow .if lu I i I ; tJga am a iMihvajiTivir. ..) "ii .i I r.ii. may h Star of rwUr r .iui I. ..nwiM.ddaweaMsas4aras ir-kl "- -Tn Ihalaalllj. fiititu s .'k KKKIcaI V are rrsaasntti aah tlabed, and iha -.sSd i.oa f tas SvAWat aahed ". I) ii. romrllon i i It. arlttwl DrtllU kal mi'. in i and sstnl. ti., . artly arwrwMsWSsaa lo I'l.n o lu Wurth Hior two bsuio will anwsf far sisIbiii sa ., vmiik' tna r. uiilru more. rirsha . fail ' lhOfissi..B,l,.and fc-i- t"i irraajafcj SSSi Ih.' 'r, .''lor"" " I,oUm' sitlässs h "ui . ui.) iri.rriugwira1r. aaws . . . k a. tvouiiuai L, a r o., Ag. nlk is Itr.ti villa, aad for aale an alaara ., i all) ilT..iii;lii4l tha I sitwS atsiM aaaS ftaUaa rU.I.IBI.K IHSai,S(iRB8!! WM MÄl t. foM rule MIU40UI V1 " ! r(,i und Im alsabl i,i: Hi Ml "f'N MKIUI Ar. WAMHA.; i uu rigiimi una iter 1 '...ma. nn Has V ul '. .mar. i'n-.rl'k). , i ".. i i..e .nil Saiial itur.ler4il rs. f) klgM, w irt. n.'Vwr ailing Harn. -die for lbs io ad eure ml all dt eee i the law of MaMtsaaid i n rr riVKc lite t Ulli, it of ths shuts to lerne u a esassaw ..f one mt lje Srn m.H. I arhoeda Is lbs UatSed Mle. snd haetsf devoted I artiaaf MBJaJI rv H Ih tsdy and i realstem of SrhMsaftr V n i iit.or.i.ir a a . iiiiy ,te rw I i or i iiv'ui.t letatrneatMals I ih ion und i. aid ti at. a far ii urn um aa in vr sstst ibi.in.ifiMtiiiaaj-.; HaaisjaaUvf ssw ssran ewtjetat'i pnyvi. ian le l.tNt an aa . I. a i tltoauajghly damotiairaMkl la MSSSak IV .ueitetul traetvee it, ika Irwstaeltt St SStJrsi dl. a it. man , Uiotaahda of CMSf ( thl C1 I I'l'dadi'lphtaaloS.'. ih nrariV r itr. Huntsr ha iog haasttassi Ull latllerary ui.busuds.l. LSI ' the earaCwt B llriuu of iiui.t. run. .rwwi, sekashaaafaeS eiSlH.1. ttoitd (he aflar. of bt StVwrtSsfa- nut t isegw, &resja ts ma.liatm of hi. Msdlssl Msssst ssffaksTltAaT ii I. . i.lume Dial "uldlae lu the haalaf sv Is'ifsniil) Inihelsud whether aase ss aaseesa ar sf ssstwt sisee, ..... guide fur He llllTa loa, .1 v" "f vha rsoet .wfal s Snissgtja . stnirds st vaited soob aaafctaS festasataj w a i. . , ,n.i ami mpuni) itf f ry ata. Ii 1. 1. ...luMt that ha r'IVSS gws it laii.oi ur aa ami i '.ui. .iiil many laigytaen, pbiisnitiHttiisU aim buaahitanasi, treaty eirteioled ia it staune ts an SSSlari w hei, ih pewerfnl iiyBlaa aale ha Mbate a b. i.trui.tnui is ih sVaesi stSaaaea aaa tai ii i si si sjBjsjrmi pwmwkWkmm M Mit.'eslsUls, aMaksass' i i4 Sewwr of the saaiaa. pit) 'i.si hsaiisj uf tssi nun f Ih.. it. .tl w I.. Ilm irid 'it.. tithor s ia aaa i aCBinaia, rv ptHlsssf iStf Jaj Pr, i.i. akd guardiass. ta SM guard tl.v yuusg 1 U Swtvtvs miliatl - I'aSl UT 1 pnyai.iiBgiaai nnaiMllsl I fi'iulartts, whether eiVlblts luiteatont r arwSM tWaa aw i ui. ling raa,tlae ut lbtr aehaafl I edrSSat tertSiM bbHsssi I. i .. i eat who Save hwss asss aaes lu i p.ih that tv. boils hsaWsWaad "Ipiirn w J I rrturti ol I .uulfMtta sueClilTüaCaW ef stjanaa at. II ta wall ths.hrti uSrrtt-e frutw Kvn.i.tra,wl t ..... in bliitj , sai i' e as at.riutr atrarav ariee rwn gegaaa sf csml psa.lei snd Is visa of Utsssrsstsjsal wlwaiajs siass .Her i ihaiatwtit lmjfe fMasM ffta sasaalty In ih I nlled wtatea al ClSSSSlJlliS llttSSS Sh .ftj t-.g ta rwntw wf wslasaaVsTa euU are vtattws ssaaa las third ssd fourth gair ratios u with aaowwtaoi oi mu n in ' ly bs ease ered for via... of f.b ihe huiuhWI hi. Mrdlial I IS SB SSI. '. r,wi.i aavaiaaa.,.1 !" ' ( lag.- I say MHoflhs r. ul, o , l KIN A I'll., It.-., seller tdtsd .. tas aost nur it ly slTTnassis a t . BSJ SSM Un its BBSSBt IS sVISA aal. V VVt U I tl J . vaajMaliAV -afJVUMPVTTl nB BjjiUr . mm. 'VbBBws! " ',::;:: ,r,r;' ',!'.'lL!ll:"," llTsrÄi r .. rsjssaaa4a ttv. 'SJaSSaPfSs I BaV uaninswrt, Btaas stasaaii annually aaertaasl I. ally thoaa