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"A POHM PLED " Just we wtrt going to tres, on list Wtilued3r morning, wt met wUh a ery ssrioue accident, in ths hap of ffng a for. Hfncf, any mistakes on tiüo w will bo attributable to that Met. Tho Forfar o say a It hi the first form he ever pied, and hopoa it will be tho loot. jjEt Latter fron Obadtah Pringle to Go? Wright. Norrn Fork, Phimolx Omsk,) Julv. 1866. r My Drab Gov. Joav: The Fusion- oteop hwr hu got to tt lJtn lien I Offtftl They any that whatyow and at WoOrert! about our principles beinr naahiunal and thnrn sectional inem correct. They are trier to make it appear that our platform don't tech be questions at issue; but that their prineipteo and their platform iaent ca pable of but ooo explanation tliKt it is pUin and unequivocal on oUtery extension, oo Pacific Ritlroad, and on everything else. And Dear Gov. what keep me most one. is. that they have got some of the Old Liners skeared for fear oar platform is pro a. very. Personal'y. you know, dear Joay. fe don't keer aothin about alavery extension no way. But if we say so, vp hero on Pnogle Creek, we are saatsheii forevermore. Noor I'm goin to surest a way to git as out of this trouble, (v wit) Tbere is not a Southern paper uken up heru by any Old Lioer, and I'll bet my Democracy agio a p-trsnip that there wont be, for we don't went to see any of 'em till after the election. Now.'if I knoi tho Puionests wooldent take any, w. woaki jest deolair that the Sooth was ia favor of Kansas bein 1 ree. Gov., bow sroul I that do? Let us know freely. We wont move a peg without your constitutional advice. la obc-dience to our arrangement, dear Qor I hall report your speech oo Pringle Creek. You held the oon stitution in your hand, you know, all the time, and sometimes you would lu it up across your ubJomen. in steh majestic style, that it forcibly brought to mv recollection the sub linse DOetid effusion of Bill Brown. Irr which he says "Sage he stood, wi h biivad Atlaniean belly fit to bear the weight of Southern Monarch a; hin presence drew audience and attention still aa night or summer's noontide air, while thus he spake,,' Ac. Here. Gov., I'll introduce your speech, (vis ) "Gentlemen and fellow Democrat Always eleot your smartest man rur School Trustee; your next smart at for Kosd Supervisor; your next for Justier o the Peace; ami if you have any man that is about a half fool, eleot bira to Congress," Ac. (Laugh ter and chairs long and repeated chairs.) Nw Gov., that's right; them's my sentiments, and you know the Detnuo racy bss always acted on thst princi- Str. The btlanee of jour apeech, my ear Jy. yon wilt find reported in the "Pringle Creek InUllienoer." which I'll aend you soon. Gov , I was tickled that day at the way yon mounted our Natiooal Pint form Fi ee alavery extenaion, Free wliiaky. Free Border Ruffianism, Free annex tion of Cuba, with her Uvm, Free wtraad bloolhel, if anyboly don't like it. and all these great n i ti mal principles. You just jumped right astraddle of 'em. and your grval patr4otks3ega huag d inkling down be Ijw ike last plsnk: y;u could have en circled as many more like Vm and never shed a tear. B i dear 0 v , I might as wett t. ll y u fust as last bat keeps me the moat oneasy of all things. 0, it'a distres-in; it sometimes makes me ao deaf that I can't bear a question (be Fasinnests axus me. Oh! Larrabee! Oh! WtlUtdl How shall we fix it? L this, dear Joty: Whh every pirty upon Pringle, there is more objection to our ptatlorm n r I evr heard ia my life. And what is most distressio is, the more I try to stop it the more it wont atop. Well, in course, nothing in this world is p-r ct. And hence there may be some lee'.le imperfections in our plat form; but aothia worth makin' a fuss about. If there is a thing in it to which a national Democrat could ob ject, it ia its approval ot Pearcc's ad ministration; au you know, we sot him aaiJeon account of hie onpopular ity. Some ass might object on ac count of its bein' in favor of the Kan sas mock Lgtslater; and some agtu on account ot its bein' in favor of extend in' slavery into all our territories; and some because it advocates annexin' Oaba with her slaves and gitten int a war wi.h Spain. How jest sich little fool objections is all they can git up. In the m un feature it is as goo 1 as any platform we ever had. All its enacting clwec are good and in the usual form its "Wherases," us "Re solves," and its "so-toriht" are jest like wt've always had. and that's ihe main pinte. Nobody but a med Ilm Republican would object to every lit tle defect ia a National Platform. My Dear Joir I'll tell you a dream 1 had about Willard. In my dream I thought it had been published in the "Pringle Creek In Wlligeneer," merely for burlesque, that Steve Douglas had swallowed himself which, when Willard saw, he mistook for a fact, and dvclared thai he could do any thing tht SteVu c ul l. He made th etr rt by leaning forward, ripening hie mouth widely and placing each band behind his body about six inches below the small of the btck, and made a tremendous ef fort; but in oonaetiuencu of great ten nVn ssofthe. stomach, he signally fiiled but not without considerable injury; his eyes and nose became red, his leg also wer a crippled that he oould not run. This so dmre-sed me that I commend ervia ff ami immedi atety awaked, and behold it was a dream. Now Gov., I don't believe much in dreams, but I felt so tare lied, ever seaee I drempt it, that I jest thought 1'de get you to request old brother Laribce to interpret it. My Dear Gov. Joay exoase haste. Yours for the uoresti eined liberty of every free wlut malu cm, n Somit of Mason A Dixon's line, Obadiau 1'binulb. P. 8. Oov.. the Dart of Your .k ofltieki I have rttoorteit is the - - a or mo,t interealin ptrt of it. And you rill observe lhat it is reporteil trbntin et literatim, etsoeil at em. et tt-nnü at em. et shake your head at m, t IfajaM at em. Guv., e .me up ngm; its mighty patriotic in J 01 to leave jour dunes at borne, and ome out into the country and palliiog for th forcible ex en-iun of slavery iatoo Kansas caue that be did. u. r. A Southerner's Private Opinion of Ken and Questions. Tho fuliowiug io a part of a private letU r from Juho llmderaon, Em)., of New Orleans, tu Willisin McCluru Esq , ot lliia place. Mi Henderson iathcaon of Hon. John Henderson, man j rears Senator in Congress from Mississippi, and who will be remem bered aa once an honest and enterpri aing ahoeanakei in Brookville. We commend it to our leaders aa contain- ing the private opinion of an intlu n UaJ citiivn of the South: "The main topic of your letter is in regard to the Presidential nominees, and tho issues involved in the cam paign of 1866. Three candidates are presented to the American people Buchanan Fillmore and Fremont. Bu chanan is t lie e xponent of the Dem ocratic party and its principles. Fill more of the American pnrty, and Fremont of the Anti-slavery party gen eraUy. Fillmore on the slavery jnes tion, is true to the constitutional ri&hts of the South, though in 1836 a rank abolitionist. I have no doubt he is a Free Soiler on the Kansas and Ne braska questions, Buchanan ia equal ly true to the conttitutional rights of the South, though I have no doubt he is likewise a Free Soiler. Next comes Fremont. He is the exponent of the anti alavery party generally. He ia a native of South Carolina, and I have never seen one born there yet who is an abolitionist. I venture my exist ence, ns mortal man ever heard Fre mont any be was an abolitionist. On the contrary, I believe if any man was to tell him to his fnce, that he, Fremont, wjnld slsp hii. face. Yet this ia (he man the Hlack Republicans or Abolitionists nominate. Well done for them! They have nominated a true Southern roan, and one that would use more, power than ever ex ercised by Fillmore or Pierce, or that would be exerci-ed bv Fill:.ioreor Bu chanan, if elected. Fremont is a gen uine Free soiler, and no more. He favors Kanna coming into the Union as a Free Si tte. In this 1 concur with him, and. I doubt not, Buchanan and Fillmore entertain the same opinion, save they do not choose to expieas such opinion, for if they did. the poli ticians or the South would call them abolitionists and discard them both. Pohcv prevents ihsir public express ion of opinion. The manses of ihe people North are Free Boilers. Will they vote for an avowed Free Soil can didate? "None eerroai." "We will see what vh evtll see," as Father Ri'ch iesaid. If Fremont would avow himself an abolitionist or that he would oppose the admission of a Slave State into the Union, he would never live to be inaugurated, nay, would never live to see Washington city, if he traveled through a Slave Slate without die gmse This is not all. The Slave States would take upon themselves to meet in a convention and declare tin Union dissolved, and would, by force of a wi, dUnotve the Union More blood would flow in this mighty civil war than was lost in the revolution that obtained our liberties., and cemen ted our glorious union. I am a Free Soiler. but hostile to abolitionists, and to the knife. They are dangerous to the institution of slavery, and would steal eUves if they could (ret a chance 8t. Louis is liarasned to death by ab olitiorisis. A Slave Slate should pun ish such free thinkers, very summari ly. Not so with Freu Söders. They are rational men and seek not to di vest men of their property by villainy in the guie of fanaticism, as practice i heir baiUatd brothers abolitionists. Free Boilers act in accoadance with national riht, and the Christian relig ion, and human laws. The abolition ists tread lhi bible under foot, spurn liuman law, and defy Ood hiruaeK Their precepts and practices bring cur ses upon their own heads, and harsher treatment on the unfortunate slave bv the master. Their motto is that of the arch angel of heaven nfter he fell "I had rather rule in Hell than serve in Heaven." Thif civil war in Kansas is wrong, and boib parlies are to blame. I do not m mpathize with either party, and I wHan iIm devil had them both. Kan ns is destined to be a Free Stale. Cuba is a Slave St tte, and would be one to-morrow, into th Union. if SRC asked admiaMon The Free Soilers do not propose to interfere with slavery, in State or Territory, but oppose the extension of slavery to free soil. In this sense I am a Free Soiler but in aoaa tlier. The Kansas and Nebraska Bills are right in principle. The bona fide set tlers r.f thee territories alone should determine whether they will or .fill not have the institution of slavery. Kxtraneons interference, whether North or South, is wrong. Let the majority of actual settlers govern, and let outside physical loroe be avoided The North can fill up these territories faster than the South, hence they wili have a majority. But let them not resort to force, for if they do, and they ask admission into the Union, they will receive a very warm recep tion. I hope for the better, and that the people of the Free States will use the name good feelings toward their aialer South as they have ever done during ihe past. ((! bleea the Union now and forever, so long as the ia kept in goo I fad h by both parties. Love to ail. Your friend, JOHN HKNDEKSON. A Near Rear alt for Fremsnt. The lleligioua Press has alwaya stood aloof from politics until now. Iul the I'ulpil and tho Press are uni ting in the cause of Freedom and Fax MoMT. Tli- ,tLrtn ' ..t iI.im week makes a formal annvi ii. i ment of its entering the campaign. follows: "The ndiptmUttt will enter the field side by side with alt who desire to do battle tor trwla, justice and humanity. With all ihe power God may give it, it will urge the Christian public to do wiih their might what their hands find to do to aavo our be loved country from the death grasp of Slaveiy. ll will advocate Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Presa, Free Soil. Free Men. and -Frr mojit lorlU n JU Prehidi :it TllOMJ Who ihiok r ligious paper should nut Ibas iret iy join wnn mo secular preua m iloiiw this exiraortliniiry woik, ttr informed that the matter has been calmly considered, the coat counted, and the conclusion deliberately and councienliously arrived at, that duty to Dod und man preclude a rooment'b hesitation as to the cour which oiht to be taken by ibis paper." Fremont ! Letter of Acceptance. The following correspondence be tween Col. Fremont and the Committee of the Philadelphia Convention instruc ted to apprise him of his nomination as the People's Candidate for President, will speak for itself. We commend it to the earnest consideration of an en lightened snd upright community Letter to Col. Fremont. Philadelphia, Jane 19, 1856. Sir: A Convention of Delegates ss sembled at Philadelphia on 17th, 18th and 19th daya of June, 1858, under a call addressed to the people of the Uni ted States, without regard to psst polit ical difference or divisions, who are opposed to the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, to the policy of the pres ent Administration, to the extension of 8avery into Free Territory, in favor of the admission of Kansas ss a Free State, and of restoring tbesctton of the Federal Government to the pri iciplee of Washington and Jefferson, adopted a declaration of principles and purposea for which they are united in political action a copy of which we have the honor to incloae anJ unanimously nominated you as their candidate for the office of President of the United Ststes at the approaching election, as the cho sen representstive of those principles in this important political contest, and with the assured conviction that you would give th?m full practical r Deration, should tbe suffrages of the people ot the Union place you at the head of the Na tional Government. The undersigned were directed by the Convention to communicate to you the fact of your nomination, and to request you in their name, and, as they believe, in the name of a large majority of the people of 'he country, to accept It. Offering you the aasurance of our high personal respect, we are, your fel low citizens, H. 8. LANE, President ot the Convention. To John C. FaswoaT. of California. Col. Fremont's Keply. New York. July 8, 1856. GlRTlKMEir: You call me to a high responsibility, by placing me in the van of a rreat movement ot the people of the United States, who, without regard to past differences are uniting in a com- osoo effort to bring bark the action of the Federal Government to the princi plea of Washington and JefTirson Comprehending the magnitude of the trust which they have declared them selves willing to plsce in my hands, and deeply enaible of the honor which their unreserved confidence, in this threaten ing position of the public affairs, nplles, I teel that I cannot better respond than by a sincere declaration that, in the event ot my election to the Preaidsney, I should enter upon he execution of its duties with a aingle-hesried determina tion to promote the good of the whole country, and to direct solely to thlaend all the power of the Government, lire specliveof party issues and regardless ot seclionsl strifes. The declaration ot principles em bod i od in the resolves of your Convention expresses the senti ments in which I have been educsted, sod which have been ripened into con victions by persons I observation and ex perience. With this deelsralion and avowal, I think It neceosary to revert to only two uf the subjects embraced in thoae reaolutions, and to three only be cause events have surrounded them With grave and critical circumstances, and given to them especial importance. I concur in the views of the Conven tion deprecating the Forewn policy to which it adverts. The assumption that we Luve the right to take from another nation its domains because we want ihom,U an abandonment of the honest character which onr Country baa ac quired. To provoke hostilities by on jual assumptions, would be to sacrifice the peace aud character of the Country, when all its intereata mijht be more certainly secured and its objects attain ed by just and healing counsels involv ing no loss ot reputation. International embarrassments are msinly the result ot a accret diplomacy, which aims to keep from the knowledge) of the People the operations of the Government. This eyeteut Is inconsistent with the charac ter of our institutions, snd is itself yielding gradually to a more enlightened public opinio.!, snd to tbe power of a tree press, wheh, by its broad dissemina tion of political intelligence, secures in advance to the side ot justice tho judg mentol the civilized world. An honest, firm and open policy in our foreign rela tions, would command the united sup port nf the nation, whose a liberate opinions it would necessarily reflect. Nothing is clearer in the history of our institutions than the design of the na tion, in asserting its own independence and freedom, to avoid giving ceunte nance to the Extension of Slavery The in8uen:eof the small but compact snd powerful class of men interested in Skvery, who command one section of the country and wield a vast political control as a conaequencc in the other, is now directed to turn back tkia impulse of the Revolution and reverse its princi ples. The Extenaiun of SUvery serosa tit- Continent ia the object of the power which now rules the Government; snd from this apirit has sprung those kindred wrongs in Kansaa so truly portrayed in one of your resolutions, which provo that the demente of the most arbitrary governmenta have not been vanquished by the just theory of our own. It would beoutot place here to pledge myselt to any particular policy that has been suggested to terminate the section al controversy engendered by political animoaitiea. operoting on a powerful claaa banded together by a common in terest. A practical remedy is the ad misalon ot Kansas into the Union as a Free State. The South should, in my judgment , ssrnestly desire sucb r.onsuni mstion. It would vindicate its good lalth. It would correct the mistake of the repeal; and the North having prac tically the bsnefll of the agreement be twven the two sections, would be ss' le tted and good feeling be restored. The measure is perfectly consistent with the honor ot the South and vital to its in terests. That fatal set which give birth to this purely sectional otrlte, origins ting in the scheme to take from Free Labor the country aecured to it by a sol emn covenant, cannot be t o soon dis armed of us pernu u.ua lores . The on ly genial region of the middle latitudes li lt to the emigrants of the Northern Statea for homes cannot be conquered irom the Free Laborers who have lung considered Itss set spart to them in our inherit run e, without provoking t dee perat u struggle. Whstever msy be the persistence of ihe particular claaa which seems ready to hatard everything tor the success ol the unjust scheme it bss par tislly effected,! drnily believe that tho great heart of the nation, which throbs with tbe patriotism of ths Freemen ol both sections, will have power to over come It. Tbey will look to tho rights secured to them by the Constitution ot tho Union la the best safeguard Irom the oppression of the class which, by a mo nopoly of the Soil and of Slave Labor to till it, might in time reduce ibem to the extremity of lsbo'ing upon the same terms with tbe slsves. Tbe greet body ol Non-Slavcholding Freeman, inclu ding those ol l.iu South, upon whose wehsro Slavery it an oppteseion will see tbsl ihe power ol the General Govern ment over the Public Lmdsinuy be beu tln islly exerted to advance their inter ests and aeeuro their independence; knowing this, their suffrages will not be wanting to maintain that authority In the Union which is absolutely essential to the maintenance of their own liber ties, and which hae more than once in dicated th purpose of disposing of ths Public Lands in such a way aa would make every settler upon t.iem a free holder. In tho People intruat to me the ad ministration of tho Gove:nment, the tawaof Congress in rotation to the Ter ritoriea shall be faithfully rxncutd. All its authority shall be exerted in aid of tbe National will to re-establish the pesee of the country on the just princi ples which bsve heretofore received the sanction of tbe Federal Government, of the States, and of the People of both sections. Such a policy would Lsve no ailment to that sectional aggrandise ment by appropriating the new Territo ries to capital in the form of Slavery, but woald inevitable reeuli in the triumph of Free Labor the natural capital which constitute.4! the resl wealth of thii great country aiid creates that intelli gent power in the masses alone tobe relied on ai the bulwark of free institu tions. Trusting that I have a heart capable of compre'iending our whole country, with its varied interests, snd confident that patriotism exists in all parts of the Union, I accept the nomination et your Convention, in the hope that I may be enable to serve usefully its cause, which I consider tbe cauae of Constitutional Freedom. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. C. FREMONT From ths 5ew Vor Tims. The New Kansas Dodge. Senator Douglss falters in the work he has undertsken. He quails before the popular condemnation of hia Kan saa policy. H is proud proclamation that he wonld "subdue" the North snd com pel i'.s acquiescence in the principle of the Nebraska bill, has been falsi fied, and Senator Douglas him self, has been compelled to make a show of modifying his policy for the purpose of appeising the popular in digestion whi.h threatens to sweep his party fiora power. In another column will be found the new bill which he reported on the 30th, and which wa forced through the Senate on tht morning of the 3 J inst. On its face, and to all appearances, it is a complete abandonment of the doetrine of popu lar sovereignty, and a direct reversal of tbe policy of the Administration in regard to Kansas: and although these appearances are utterly deceptive, they prove the extent to which Doug las and hia fellow conspirators have been startled and alarmed by the de velopments of public sentiment within ibe fast ten days. Tbe principle of Popular Sover eignty, as it has been expounded by Douglas, demands thst the people of Kansas should be left perfectly free io manage their own affairs. The Kansas bill pretended t- confer upon the inhabitants the r,gbttbua to regu late tbvir own concerns. The Legis lature of the Territory was to prescribe the time, place and manner of holding elections: to provide for an enumer ation of the inhabitants : to make all laws concerning property: and gen erally to exercise all the rights and powers vested in State Governments This was proclaimed to be the funda mental principle of the Kansas bill; and no extremity of disorder or com motion was to be allowed to interfere with its enforcement. President Pierce, in his special message, de clared his determination to enforce the laws of the Kansas Legislature: and his proclamation menaced the people with the power of tbe Federal army as a means of compelling obe dience. Thus far the Administration has taken this stand and maintained it. The Federal Judiciary in the Territory has indicted men for treason, for hav ing refused obedience. Scores of the best cilisens of Kansas now lie in pris on under such a charge. Federal Judges have denounced free presses, aud hotels owned by Free-State men, as nuisances: -and mobs, acting under Federal sanction, have destroyed them both. All this has been done io pur suance ol tbe purposo to enforce tbe laws of Kansaa, and thus maintain tl e principle of Popular Sovereignty. All this Senator Douglas now abandons He has brought in a bill declaring null and void sundry enact ments of this Kenans legislature. He has stiipped the Kansas authorities of the right to regulate their own affairs, and prop ses another tribunal, which shall do all this for them. There could not be a more complete repudi ation of tbe Squatter Sovereignty doc trine than is embodied in his new bill. Out his devotion to Slavery and his delerminsiion to promote its extenaion into Kansas, hsve not abated a single jot. Both sre conspicuous in this very act. Although ho repudiates the sovereignty of the people of Kansas, although he atrips them of the power to regulate their own affairs, -he ia equally careful to deny it to Congreae, where it proper ly belonga. He proposes to vest the PaMlDlRT4D Ssnatb with substantial power over the whole matter. He pro- poeea that the Preaidont shall, with the conaentof tha Senate, appoint a Com mission or Five Psasoas.in s maj rity of whom shsll be vested complete and absolute authority over the Territory. We hear rumora fr m VVaahingtun that asaurancca have been whispered thst this Commission shall be fairly consti tuted, that all political parties shall be represented upon it. The man who trusts to such assurances is a political Idiot. The whole acheme ia intended to deceive. Ha precise scope snd pur pose is to place in the hands of Presi dent Pierce complete authority over Kansas; -and that man muat be a fool who dooe not knew that st the bottom of all this lies the determination to make Kansas a Slave State. Thia is tbe grand end at which the whole Kansis conspi racy has been directed. It was for this snd this alone mat tne Missouri com promise was repealed; that Ksusas wss thrown open to Slsvery;- thst se cret lodges were formed in the Slave Ststes to carry Slavery into the Tern lory; thst the Border Ruffians invaded it snd took possession of the polls; that the Slave lawa were extended over it; that Lawrence wss b. slegeo, her houses burnod and her free press de stroyed; that all Free-State men havj been imprisoned or driven out of the Territory; and that lor the Isvt six months the whole region hss been rav aged by ruffianly Pro-Slsvery hordes. And Is it atippoeablo that Senators Douglas and Toomba, the ringleaders ol this grsnd ProSlavery conspiracy, are now to abandon the object they have had in view from the beginning, ir to do anything which wouN leave its con snmmttion doubtfutl Thia bill, it must be remembered, is Toombs bill. It has been concocted by the leaders in ths Kasnaa Conspiracy, under the person al supervision of Atchison, St'ingfeliow A- Co. They know pertectly well what its effect would be; and they nevsr would bsve brought it forward unless they had known, in the first place, that it was nojossary to appeaao and divert the public indignation, and in the next place, that thia acheme would answer their purpose just as well as any other. The bill proposes lhat the President and Senate shall aopoiut Five Commis sioners, a majority, (r three) of whom shsll have entire control over tho e ee- tion of delegates in Ksnsss to form a State Constitution. It proposes that, miller their direction, and under regula tions to be isaued by the Secretary of the Interior, all the citiicna of Kansaa shall record their names on the 4h of July, vto-il.iy .) ami that, in November. theee men and poothera shall be allow cd to vole. N Now, DoUjlla. Toombs Hi iotI-i I v uaII Iii! imam than perir-ctiy wen that more than Co. know half the Free-State men of Ksnsaa havt been driven out by violence, andcannoi possibly be there to register their namea They know that all their leadera are either in prison or in exile, and that in dic'mente for treason arc pending againat them. They know that tin Territory la ftt II of Missouri men, who have uken possession of it snd will be on hsnd to record treir names. They know thst the whole machinery ol Gov ernment in Ksnsiis, legislative, exec utive sod judicial, is in tho hands o' ihe Pro-Slavery men; and that they will have, therefore, an overwhelming aJ vantage in auch an election aa they pro- Cose. And it is thia conviction which .s led them to propose it. Nothing bot the rrosl a bsf kite certainty that this bill will aid them in their grand pur pose, to mike Kansas s Slave Stale, would ever have induced them to bring it forward. We truat the House of Representa tivss will arrests mew use so fatal to Freedom in Kansaa as this bill will prove to be. It the Government of Kan sas is to be pu' in Commission, lei thst Commission be nsmed in tbe Rill. To clothe the President with sny such au thority ia a monatrous departure from Republican principles, which nothing but the domineering spirit of Slaver) could ver have forced upon tbe repre aentativeaot freemen. w e see a ooiiucMl u-u lV ore- aenting candidates for the Preetdette; and Vice Presidency, selected for ilu tirst lime from the Free States alone with the avowe I purposo of electing these candidates by sutf rages of Of part of the Union only, to rule ovei the whole United States." Er-Pres dent Fillmore's Speech. It ia historically untrue that h grca parly has now for the first time chosei its candiJates exclusively from free oi from Slave States. Mr. Duchanai undoubtedly supported De Witt Clin ton and Jared Ingersoll, the Federal candidate for President and Vic. President in 1812, both from I re. States; be likewise supported J acksoi and Calhoun, both from blave States in 1824. andngain in 1828. Mr. Fil more supported John Q. Adams and Richard Rush, both from Free Slates in 1828. and William II. Harrison and Francis Granger, both from Free Sinte rn 1836. If the South do not want t vote for Fremont, tl at is their look out. The people of the North havt somehow got it into their head tha they are capable of selecting their owt men, without asking their would-b masters. Wood" Hur Ki.tok 4Tt .. I'rof. Woo-I, tk I rsnoWDCd dlicoorsr of Uo lotrsl'iabto Hair He ' atorativs tUll contluuus tu lahor In Urlntlf of tie fllictod. lilt mudlctnsaar unW-rnlly admituto b; the American Prsss lobs fsr sspsrlor to ul outers for rssilng lbs hair on ths hssd of ts ssd. thut ha boon eilrerod lor many yn, t grow forth wRS a in n ti vigor and luxnrluni-e wbon blrsssd with (ho sdvsuisf o of youth. Cburr can t ao dixibi tbal It la on of ids sroaleil dl eovorte la tho laoSlcsl worlo. It rssiorvs pur raansnltygra) hulr lo it original .lor, and makr ll aaauBM a beautiful allky texture, hieb a bssa very de1ralds In all ago of ths world. Cluduustl Daily Nun. Prints! Prints!! FOR Merrtneo. Corhero. bay NUto Philip A 1 Isn't Sprsguea, Oujineli, and all other good tiyleaor Prluls.rrtfs spril ll P.O. BAKER. HAIR INVKOR WRIOFT S VEGETABLE TOB. This mpertav Knlbsrlen i now on anln in It'" I. vttls. It needs no pufflng. All Ibtl the people want Iii know wherut go for It. Uolo M. v . Halle'.,. Dissolution. The Irm wf Baker Htsrard ha, thia day beim dUolved by mutual cftsoiil. Ths unlet snd ac counts ans In any hndt for collection, snd tain reipoiinl for sll of the partnur-h li dehts. Jone 13 r. O. H KKK. BLACKSMITH Mores 8hoj snd .Voile sold li W. L. K.hhih.ii Ac t'o. Fi 0. BAKER, OKAl.KR Ifl ' NT A PL, R AMD I M u u u aU a NOTIONS, READY MADE aoTW.(i, IIAT8, CAPS, &(, 01TX DOOB NORTH BROOKVILLE BAKE, BROOK VI LLK, IM). Puralthlnc articles of every de-crlpUon. Oar in oils msdelo order at ibe sboriest notice, aprll ll e. w. Bjvjst, . m. r tact Mr. t. v.imnu. .m. KIMBLE, VANC .MP & CO., irWINO PUKCHASP.D THK RTOCK Of ll OoO'ls formerly owned by T. Montague. In M eta io ora, continue to accommodate the puMIc, ou Me north tide of ther'aaal with STAPLE AND PANCV Dry Goods, Of svsrv quality . French snd P.ngllth Morlnot, Delaines, Deberget. Mantles. Nhswla, Bnnneta. eti'l sl"o, aa endless variety or goods 1st meu't aar. We keep at usual, a complete sun k of MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING, of ths latsst aty loa . In Hoots and Shoes wo bav on band au entirety new assortment of 'ha b ail manufACturst. lu quality, at) le and pine, oral goods will suit. Ji IV RAILROAD ELhsCllON, THE Kloekbrddersof Ilia OtisSSSssSiL, I inllsnapo lit and Cslcago Kailroad ('oinpsuy are hereby u ottfled tha an election lor iu Directors of said OS'S pen) Hl be hold -n at the offtee of the Coin nany In Brookville, on the Itih day of sly nail he weea the hours of 10 ann 4 o'clock P M. oi said day, under the insnageui-nt of C, H. Benllay, J. M. PsriiuhSr, and J. . Adsir, Judges of said RIssAloo. JOH.K VV VMM, JsaoWSar GROCERIES " WIIOLESALK AND RKTAMi, Mrs. t feinmrrclul lto . BROOKVILLF INI) WM, L. PABWHAR & (0. II A VK aow opsosrt.snd sflll keep oobtlaiitly on II hsnd. a gunurat and complete astorlmeut ol Dam saisa, which they offer at prlrea sa low ai they sen be proeared la l laeinnaii la m par. oete. Mr. fartjubar having had mm-h etperluin e in tela braaeh of tr ids. S itters himself ihst mm aWaiaa oau tie furulahed by wMOLStat-tlulhla war it l nil s sums at. is I ist isss ii rati s snd at retail to i .el Ji a ths ptiri has.ro lu rV t'AIN OOsVS. Theiratoi-lt eoutltttlh part of t 'offoe Sell by narre I Raisins Tao " Insaeh flat VO.Nugsr Lemona Powdered do Dried Pearlier Pickles Cruihaddo ' Apples Nut Motsssee Da'et A.mnnds Mscksrwl Willtw Wars Pnuiet White i'o. Oysters Cgeetn Cod Pish Candlnt I haf. Loinavllle I i in. hi I ( em. hi. Im., llaltsr and Hrea.t Chilli, tooet Spades, Itoea 'lay, Straw and Manure Purk. All of which will he sold I r a tinall advance en tor Tata oi rusviu rin. tiiiiall wholesalo prlc i oil nts v raontn a. Call and sustains our stock: one door aoiilli ol Llnck 4- Psrquhsr's. ISNH. Jait receive I Hmoktd llslibut, Wblle ' Ptab and Msckeritl wholesat and retail by July ll W. L. Paaqoaajt v Ca. r.YNAL KOAT OAPT WM. SUDLER, WILL wsk rrgslar trips rohl from Aihlsnd, Pajrslt) oousir, to riscliiiisll, Uou lii n si I i io I, M.tiiiM, Brook fills. Hicti.tsr, and olhsrilsslrabl 'tnl, ror Pralftilsail Panengwrs !'' Wsyas" III ! asttlaud. Lawful, and MrtUmoru, rir taotlly, its atnudsfi, aud Bro. k viile on Tamdavs oi art, wsk, aa) fstaraiaic. Ill Issvs ths city mi Kmla rrarh Brook ni--. MsUmora, Laurl,and AntalanO, ea Haterway ol usrh week Tho " Wvnt'" I nrriiart il U do all kinds ' nlitirtnjr.amt o n Uwloug vsparUncoar Capt s4lr. pwrwat, w lahist losad roJurs I in- ,.uy ror 1-, win sJ u to ihslr mr.i to en- ir.i.l It with Itlin Iii Wayne" Will rnculveand dlirbanre Imr frelffhta st the Warwhoane of I.I m-k a Partuhar, i i !' I unit mir. If not nllnrwlae dtrH-tod, where 'on i ile ar nil" menu w ill be pivp rmi (or in I ( pine all kliiila ol Produce. Kl nr ami MerehaadlEu. Cnnntry murchHiita, Miller, and KUekamllh are reup cil ull, aullvllnd for a ahsre of tbeir pat run are by mays w 1,. Ft KHUIIAn S CO., Agsata ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE of Real Estate. NOTICE I hereby given that In pnrauanee with sn ordnr of ta I'oun of Cn-nmow Klwaa oi Krauklin 'oiiuly,alUie Juli term IhereoC IR36. 1 III sell at publlr ssle on the 9th day of August - ii" on tbu pre tnle, the following described re I ealaie, Iwlonglngto the Katats or lasse U.ni lsceued, lo wlt: A parlot the south weatqnsr er of a i tlon Si Town . ol range one weal, son bounded a follows: beginning the north-west cor ner of said quarter section. Ihenos South 40 pole thioice Kaat with the viriatlo- or the dogree xi-a to a (lake, thence Sörth 40 polet to a atake 'hencs Wast 4rt pole lo tbe place nf beginning, aim contslnt'ig 19 acrt. mors or less. Tho widow witt Join in said sals and roteste to he purrbaavr her dower Intert-tt. Maid laud U ne aobt to pny tbe debla of aa'tf deceased. TKKM Or' HALE "ne-hair of tho pareha SSjaj cash In band, aud the balance lo be paid li lit uionlht, sei-ared by role with appro red seeur ty, walvlna beneSl of vs'ustlon or apprakaemeui iwa, with Interest front dale of sale. July i Hi JOIO K. LKÜ, Administrator. An Ordinance for the Assessment and Collectio i of Taxes for the Yeai 1S56, in the Corporatioi of the Town of Brookville, for the pur po.e of Paying fjr a Bar y ing Ground Sir. 3. Ha It ordained by the Corporation o1 helowii it Brookville. that ILere beatid Ubers i) aad and flxed upon all properly aui J n-tod I SSaSSM la eatd Corporation. Ute -uia often oenl oi very hundred dollars ataessuioht valuailtn .hereof. Hew a. And be it further ordained, Thal Iber e and la lo r. by iit-aKid upon every whits mab uhabilasti.f lb. Go r p. cat, on between iho sfet oi weuly ne and Ally years, ths n of twenty. I v snls poll las". Mac. 3. That there bo and is assessed upon ev r person owning or baruorlug dugs or bitches, i t, ol Oft)' ceuUou every dog, aud one dollar wi 'trery blieb to owued or harbored wliblu the Cor orsiliMi limits of the town of Brook vllle, to t isssased snd collected by the Marshal for ssti i'fl oral on oe,4. Bs It further orsaJned, Thai lbs Clsrl ivliver the duplie.at u tbe County Auditor o I-rank tin ( ounly rur the nreow or havlug Ilea red upon ins lax dupll stn fo ovIlecUos. I'aatetl Jul) 8lS,IMM. By the order ol Ui Hoard. A Host, M W. II U' K. Jona P. lUzstso, Pres'l. Clerk. July U3 PURK I.IOUORH.for wiMlrloal We nae In st ire pure Port ml tne, Cog nta .Irandv and Whisk). J I, It W. L. FAKUUIIAK4.C0. l)0Vl)tR.-Jul received Kegs Klieaudt si 1 not non Powder. July II W. I, Fin.il ii Co. VrtOI.IMH If you wsul s goo I Violin tu July II W. L. Faaqtaas v I o. KSTATE OF JOSEPH DEC'D. DEPUY, V 1 1 1 .t K la bersby given that the uudHralgue 1 has hne.i apoiiilel Administrator ot the ea tu ot Jooenlt liinv, lato Ol Franklin Cosot) Indiana, dee 'd. Maid estate It tuppoaed to ha lu. nl. THUM Vli M tUOrX, July Ada.lttlsiralor. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. LETTERS or Administration npon ths estate Courad Scboinber, have beu granted to thi inderslgnnd out of ihn Court of Common Pine r Franklin Count Indiana. Persoua Indebted mutt maks tmtnedlslo pay unit, ami those h-tving claims must Rle thou r- taut lo law. The e.-at- Is aolvsht. July II ELIZA HB HI KCHiJMBER. Clothing. PO. BAKER 8ZLL8 CHEAPER AND BIT , tor tlothmg man any lions. I in the uiur tot. I he also keen a flue sUiuk of Kurnlshlni '....wi-.nn.l make Qarmenls to orSor at short oo nee. UTBöiiiiPiY & mmm. Vlewaof Buildings. l.aNOerjtrta, Portrait. Dl ilocnat.Maua.'shtiw t'anlt, .otet. Drafts. Hill u f ti-hange ,l.atml i.6tc.Jte. Ml ii .ii, hi on a WALLACP.. o 1 1 j WaJnatsirtiat.o.id Pellowtlia'.l. rinolnuatl.Nov.l l.iHia 17 lr. MUDOES PATENT WASHING MACHINE ItMESubtcrlhera are now manu'arlunugthlsuii I tile, I Machlnw aV AilaoPs Rsw Mill six Pump Pactory.ou Dear Creek, In Psyellst'oaniy in the nuid leading f i Everton lo laurel - I hey mm- warraiiled lo give aallsfaellon . Ill the ask It a fur trial of them. They keep a team fo dehvorlhg Uinm to purchasers. W. T. ADA MR. urn 3n i m, W. W. CMttKCH. BROOKVILLE BANK WILI. allow i uteres l on time Itepuellauisin after ti is 4ale in Ohio or lndlsnaurrtir) payi Mi la similar funds, Hy order of the rloard, J. w.iilTT, ( ashlar. Brook vlllo, Fob. I5.IS5S. I ROM, Ktocl, and Mould Hoards contlanllyni hanU at MbtUOHTaS k WlbLIAMt. TJKOIH't lo Produce All kinds of Produco U ,TT ken for Hoods at bkAOuiiTsa WitLbSi, LANS W UK and t hlnawere of superior e.ual ur uv nt KlaCaaTtk St Wt.LlsMi. RKSII ORA.NUKS sud LKMU.NN st s.r .'j . I, PaLat'asatfc Co't HOOT AN as H .O . Wi havu on band a gooö aaaorttnnnt Of Hoot Mm. a. Miiifors.i.uiiers, butklos, Uoyi. Mi sea and lilt. Irons. Also Mrs. Ilurrl't eelohraU tiuskluaand lies, at Cash prlret. Sail IS I V. I. Ii KIMHLK H. LOKINO & CO., MP CA UM EL. IND. tl AMiPACTURKltS OPCII.ll.ti PUMPS. PRO ,11 pose pi s ipply the people nf Prsakllu couni) with auetcsllei.t srtlcln of this pump, at the los - i p. .it. to rstea. All piimpa set by them si wsrrantetl in give entire astlstsclloa. mav 83.3m Hats! WK ara Just recelvlngour tprlng stock of Silk Pur, Wool, Psnsois, laighorii, Pslm Leal i anion, and Ktraw Hals. Alto a nb-e aatortmen olt'apaof various colours spril i P.O. aHKB. FREE OK ÜIIARGEÜ Two siliidld lirlor Eif rotvlno: hi tilled "llo Hon Abbey In IheOldeti Timet,' splendid stoel engraving, from the celebrate I saluting by Laudaeer: and Ibe Departure or th smelltes irom Kvnt." a large nnd tiesulltul ii tfrstlng from a iiaiultng by D. Hoborlt. The r. tall prli e o, bore engravings It S3, per copy hut will be sent rass or t tuavt ss follows: I he subscribers lia.e established a Uiok Agen cv lu Philadelphia, aud will furulah any book publn-ation at the retail prlre rree or Histaa-e Any persooshy forwarding the subtcrlptloa prtr el hid o. the Ts l 'I agal Ines, such at Harper's. O- tit 's Pulnsm's Drshsiu' , Prstik Leslie's I etc.. will receive the insgailuna for one yesf an a oopy of either of tbe shove bsutullluf engra itiss. free ol charge, or If subscribing lo a SV.ai. a Ol Magailne, tuthat feleraon a, and t halli-n' Ladlua' t'hrlailau Aaaual, lh will receive boll uagatoieaaed a copy ol wither ol tbe shove sn amvieaa. Kvery iloasrlplloa f bngrovlngon W ood sue eulod e ilh iiestuestsnil'lispsieo. viswsni nun .Hues. eMsi,aiei Headings Views of MsvIiIiiom it.. I III. titration. I.oilre ( urllStStca, Hualnesi tarda, the. v it ..i.Urt scut by mall promptly 1 1 tended to, ivi wishing vlewaor their building eugravm i an tun. I a Daguerreotype or sketch ir the nulli i , .s-ht mall or uturwat. Persons at o dituuc having saleable article would Snd II lolhelradvsulage losd.lri'ts Ihe .l aeribert, aa era would act aa agenla tu Ihe aale w the same. "I " S 01 I' I I'. Ii t I'. . Ml Mouth third Street, Pblladvlphls. Pa. j.si. svsam. (uovJSy) t. stAveiaai a. nROCEHIIS HARDWARE . NA1I.S ETC.- IT i. in. i ,v rarunar sre in rucipi o run .uy lilies ol th. . Sol. est lii.it lies. a in I best aula, ti Hardware, t'ailery, and Mailt, al fco I t'omaie elslHow.by LIM'KSjPA RWlMIA H. fUMT KKl'P.I VKD. Hlhlf bis Msckelel, 5 lilt b J W hl o aud Cod f ltb.al aprSS W. L. P.t ab CoV X nbiauapolis insurance Co. Ol INDIANAI'OLIS, 1ND. t uiiioriKcii c apital, aaooositon. BOARD OF DIRECTORS leSM D. Dsrasts, U m. M. McCaki . Wm. lt. oraiMsse, I. w. M. a Litis, DiLost Hoiri, 11, K.TtkBort, ton, w. Hpsarss, Wnui W. Wsiomi, W.U. WnaaTua. JOHM D. DKPRPRK. Prwa't. I.. K. UaowssLL, Hsc'y. S. jr,CoviNSToa,QearslAgnnl. BROQKYJLLR "THE flOOD TIME'S COME" IO CASES IE HAVE JOST ARRIVED AT TBI FAVORITE "OLD WHITE CORNER." OF GALLION & SON I V lilrh ihry atr now opening, und lateas aril At reduced prices. AaSPHIPO HAB ATLANT PaIRLV OPKRRD, sn I we have a large aiock of OoshIi, we have reduced iaelartg," end by so doing are enabled to offer all kinds of Hootlt at very alight adraace n t;incinna;i wnotesaie prices. lo allemnt lo ouumerale the many different ar tries ro. uprising our stock would be a Herculean am in.leed teSlos to say we will nameafew ol the leading aril, let, though we have every thing from a Microscope loa Sausage Mac blue. .(idles Drpurimrnl. Tn the selecilons ot this part or our stock we hsve taken sll possible palna. Ladles, if you wish to beileek yotirsetr with a wrest of which "Queen .'it-." herself would be proud, cell al the ULI While Corner and "Lafe" will sell yon one Ol bot -ich sad rashlnnable Kit; KM : , CAMILLR, OR UK RON ROBES, od Henry" sill show yon some of tbe prettiest ud rleheat pslterns of Lswns, Uereget aud Tit ties ever brought to thit place. We also have those Sue Risck sad dine Hlack treat Hllkt, and Plgured Hllk a f every grade, "Hie Crape Shawl while and colored, plain and Igured, lcot Loiart. (new tlyle.) Kmbroid-rlet. ll kloos ui Moaael and l.ute hiring Kihhons. Id'kfs, Hosiery Gloves, Sec. Uesitlcssieii'O Dcpartmeaiis We have a Ireah lot of Men's Paucy and plain Casslaseres, sud Msttuels. Clolbt. Vennes, sud little the tlnest" aasortment or MS AND BOYS CLOTHING ver off rod in thl market. We have been vet y arlloular In bu ing our Clolbing. and Bailer our .elvetlbal we can 'rt ia too out, geuilemeu, from head to foot" for lett nmny Iban ao) bouse In ibis Vatlev. fil c us a call. Dnmettlra. ehavu an unusually largo aiock of Dometilct ocb as Musliat bleached and un'ilest-lied. Dnl- iuga, do. Linea sud Cotton Diaper, lick lugs, die. Prints. Wbea ll cornet lo"Csleco" "we'ru around," ul all thai we need say sbott prints is, lhat we iavu Ibe Merrimack , t'.cii.-t o, Hhilip Allen Si opt, Buy State and Sprague brands, which every ody knowaaie as good ssgul I dollars. isuii rapcr. This Is lust lbs season of tbe yesr to pa per your valla they begin lo look bad. We hsve ma. I. arge accessions to our beretoiore extensive stock f Wall Papir, and can. with nil deubt, exhibit ho tarnest aud oioal tastefully selected stock aud Ueu HO cheap ol any house .n these parts, (arprts! vi e have Juat opened a large and well selected lock of Imported Carpels of ibo latest patterns. iag Carpets alaiays on baud. Boon tatid Sheet. vV'a hove one room devoted to this brancb or tbe mtluess, aud wears now pre pa red to soil srllh hoes or Hoots, eve r body even lo tbe smallest faul. Containing ill lbs varieties of Ladies iiitklntsiid Mouteet. Misses aud Cblbl't Shoes, leu aud Boys Boots and Mioo. We have a arge aaaorluieul of Cl!r I Ü.M-.M A DK Booltand noes of overv oesfrlptk-in. Malta una nps. rivsrv grado both for men and bo)i,uvru to tbe ale st. loot hurt 11 A I Mnr hsrvl or toll tie, Is. nil lu Owutt, aud A. lam" wlliglva you Sta." Hat r a tar at r t nd theartlclot utuall) koptio s retail store, lu Uueenswurt und I. lit aa wot re Vs have a i entire new slock, coutaiuliig some tew patterns, aud all tbal la wanted In this aiav. int we tod it uuuecetssry to say more. Suflce or ua to ray we tool voiy gralelul (or Hie liberal air. mage bestowed upou US all through our mer snuleoourse, ondnolbins on our part shall be i uo, si mis I Ale day. tu merit a dlscoutluusucc f lbs same. We are sere that If good Uoods, heap l.oodt, aud plenty oi liioin, and geulleman- . larks to wail ou you la what 5 ou want, we have hi fears. spril 4 R. D. (.ALLIUM iV SON )' . a, Peace! Peace!! )ld things have passed away and some things have come new. mm slai oSTCk . Vau LMM am wiiliams. mmm & Williams. IITOULD announce to lite iutilic thai tuey hovo TT broagül on au entirely new stuck ot fuoda nulch t:i. are now 0eulug al Ihu OLD UKLM) -STONE CORNER. ng occupied by K. Tyner, Id Brookville. To nuuieraie their aiock would be as ledkous at It it iseleea. If ywa waulaayutlns; la the dr goosla ir grocery line, call ouil sew for yourselves. Tbey I0V0 Sew Itreas SHIka. Ladles wtsnlus loexamlnasoine l uautltul al Iss f fauc) HllkB. are Invited lo call alour store aud oo some lioods wblcb are olugaul as auy lady cau viae to eee. illcwcUi tl 'IiiiIiii. La'liiD are roapectfally luvilfdlo callandsi unine the nice !otidalo Bleechud Muslts, I aid ind I lach alde; ! . UndressoS Uoods. tMln asl'tt MII.--U ou-i Siiu. Wehavejust received a celebrsiud HlockNIlk, vbich baa given uinverssl satlsfsctlou. Ladles bo are desirous of purchasing a black 811k Dress nsllbey cau have couAdeiiee to believe will wear vltaouicUaultig.oud will ruuta lis lustre, cao lad ll at Slaughter V Williams's AsrOWO CaOOttOs Mcllatud Liapu Shawls, Block and Fancy Silks, lulalues, Clugbsuii, Prints, Lawiie, Cbolllee, I usi ms, Lluuus, Ac, ol our esUblleOineeU Ateisclieat Lloeo labia Covers, Hrown do, Nopktos, Doyelles; uslopened. iOO ftfieo I'rioi. Cviupritiug tin .- ti, . oi t.ei ... Merrlmsek, Cuclitb, Hsiuilton,Hirsguss, Aliens, Manchester ii 'I a ii um in-r oi oluer Wall known utskws, which re are selling cheap. ilrapr rlr. A'n hsve on hands sn eilenttve assortment of See and Muslin Draperies. '"Kuruinl Vlolitasx-a, Vuu may alwsys Sud a variety or 8ugat,and ew Orleans oud Sugar-Houin Molasses st our land. .roil, AUil,aTar. We would call the attention of iboae wanting .'alls of auy sise, and Iroo of aay kind, lo oir arge assort uieul, which we offer low. anrllSS ARRIVAL OF TEE PAGi r i c S.1FE AND SOUND!!!! i BUK 18 LOADED WITH mm goods, FOR rYNER & KIMBLE LOOK OUT FOR NO. 1. IÄTEBE8TIH0 DETAILS!!! rVBEK A B. MLS HAVB KBCbl VBD THEIK early slock of rtprlag O.mmIs. and Invite the ubllc localt and examine for themselves beror-iun-botlng,as they cao soy without loarofcon radlcllou. tbal lbs purrhsaer can save a large lii erest on his money by purrbssliigof taaia . Their tck Is large and well ooMS Uni st unci s as low as .oney can rominaod. The MONTHLY AUDI TION n will Ins e freth and seasonable floods, u. h as 'lolbt, Caaataieres, Tweeds, Jeans, I oitonsde. N beatings. Hhl'Ulisf. PrlnU. Delalnss, Hhslahs, lierogsi, Deliaget, I llks. Satins, l'ollart, Sleeves, r bent its Us, Hdk'is, Istansv I rlinmliigs. Iloni.rts, Klblion. Mats, I'aps, Hoots, Mhiws. IlMierles, Hsrdwere troa.Oriiidstones.and all the m. tit nnttootron .erteil with ami neceaaar) lo a rompteleslock Bp lerlalnlng to th trade, They use in etehaage for tisods.sll the eurrrm nnney ihry ran gel. betides all lbs broken bonk mles, al I'lnclniiall prl. es, together wllh slim. si very article lu the produce line, ATTIIK OLD tUKTON S I AND. assil 4 IT BOOTS!! e. saooos. j, -..in s BROOKS & HOBi'e HBVKorRNIU) A LANCE llooT ANDMIot' KTOKK in the room lornioilv on uilinl l H i'i " a A Mrs, on Main llnrgesa street, where the) III keep on hands s general astorlmeut of Boots md Mines of oil sorlt and sites, cuttoni msdo sud 'astern made. Mr. Hmoki being s iracllesl fthov Maker, snd leaping a large iiBiebernf the beat or workmen I work . can supply roil' mers with work, to or lev, on BBSS I oolit e. He will also wsrroat all the aslara work purchased al his store one very freol ad vantage to ba secured by baying of thera, be) coaSdenlly elperl losserit Iba patronage ol this county, aad therefore eipecl lobave It. Tbey keep on hasd a full sapsly nf bindings, sod lesiher. r'th sole and upper, or ever des irtptlOO, Too) ran I'iriilali nhoe Makers with ev r article thev stay want on short notice, and st very reasonable rales, msrchSl HON AN D ft A I LB, rill, uuileriigned have and will alway s keep on 1 band b general assortment or Iron and Nails, lulled to the no Je low for cash. oetSS TYNER A KIMBLE. CINCINNATI, 6. W. COFFIN, BELL tv BftASS FOUNDER, -DKALKR I LEAD. ZINC, COPPEIt, III (II K nt, MM I 1111 SOLOI R, ii rttunu, it it am oocsta iviut i Li s, No. I09 & KM l iitl hs rostd or Carl. mm Slat t re t , CIN INN ATI, OHIO. If Y UK LLft sre executed on tree srtntiBc snd ill Harmoulac prlnclp Hell Panioleries of O let. at followed in iao SVst ermant, France, Holland aad Kngland. nor 7 ly its. w. oVosaoa. so a.o'coaaoa O'CONNOR k BROTHER,''' WHOLCtAtS DSALBBt 10 roBKiorf and ooncaTic DRY GOODS, NO. 01 PKARLSTKKBr, BKTWKK.t VIBB ARD hai K. CINCINNATI, 0. march 7 ly DAT& WrVTlACR, WIIOLKS ALK DKALEKN I.N STAPLE AMD FANt'T. D Y fiCCI S. ML SO. S9 PRAHL ST., BKT. VIMB A RACB STH.. marTly CLHCT1I1ATI, 0 mi. t. e. taaia. T. B. HARRIS, DRUGGIST& APOTHECd ß V. 8. f.. COR.-trnA MAIM ITI CINCINNATI, 0. msreb 71y PETER NEFF & SONS. WHOLOSALI HARDWARE Dr.tiJ.it. Ho. 93 " Pearl St bet. Vine & Race, ' CINCINNATI. 0. march 7 ly a. cMirnan. wr. a. csirsts. II. I). CHIPMAN k CO., its nt l aa I ra Ac Ferwordli MKRCIIANT8, gj WHITKWATr.HCAKAI.HA-.IN, i I.VlBSfATI. St Bwf BiatSNCBMl i ini ibmati. aasBiaot riiT, la . John Hwase) A Co. : Morrlsou A Bewbir TweoU.KIbte) A Wright B. A H. M kltn. rteevaa 4 Slephena, Maaaaa-rov. . ta. I OBSSBSVILLB .IBB. A.M. Vflut A '". A. H.Coowoll A ons. ; Georg OlTleiple. Llbarsl oosh odvaoooraeiilr mode oo eonilgu- asnu. aoSO-IOvr. EB.TABt.IMIl D l IM.'. PBEl & SONS', ORHHNAL NO. 1. a"?, ho crsjs. KO.97 WALNUT STKKET, Kssl hide bet. Slh iV Ttb Sis.. ;neai .loor North f "Wslaut St. House," Cincinnati, Ohio. ' 17 r" 1,1 the Hing proctlcs tbst ore I I " nrarlv lorty yeors lu Kumpe I VOHK md In this city lor Ihe rartlce thtt ws bate tied for ra in Kümo- and .KV rlly fur Ihn last fnnrteeti ears, we reel confident in aa) Hit', that sll roods Intrusted to asr ram will be .lone In tao beat etyle snd ourcbsrreton Klar k a will be SO percent .-asi j than any other sTond D inir Ksubliehmenl In this i it. Our Si. am Dye works and Stasia flnlsblug tpjisratuats not surpassed by any oiberDyibg Kilatiltshmeul In tbe Asst. t.ei ileineiit' rtoihinf renovated la tbe letl tt)le. lAolettilk l)reses. t rape. Hr.. elia. Prml ed Bay Hule Shawls, Popllnt and Merino Drosses cleaned without dylog. Table OLd Plaoo Covers renovated. Csrpets cleaned by Machinery wllboal ripping snd the Colors retained perfect. Dreaaea dy.u ll lark far si, no. This Is tbe only Dys House, thai over displayed their work lo s sbow window, sfisr It bod been clesoed or ded, which slves the Publican oppor tunity to decide according to their own Judg axon, which It the beet I'yerlu tha City. may II Uly HATS AND CAPS. M'lllM. Ml 1,1. S. WB Introduced our Kprlag Style or Hale, wllh several oew and beouuful tiysss of Cans, on Tbursdsy, February 91st. wi have aa hesitation la eaylng thai we bore prod need a Hal wMcb csnn; be sarpaaaed (r BKAITTY OP DKSlUN, KtkUAMK UP PINISH Obd tba soft, easy maouerlu wblcb ttSls the beod. IIHNT v HUPKINH, No. 130 Mstu 81., Wetltids, 6 doon below 4b, Ulnelnnalt.o. wtar 14 ly L&TIMER. CQLBÜRS k LlfTM. IMPORIBRS AND WHOLK.NALK DBALBRhlN svbot BBerBirr.oa or FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC II IIIIHI tlll,,( l TM IlVibt SAr Ns). 74 Nlrslsi Mtrest, asor I'rsrl, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 0. J. ItTirJBB. . U COLBCBW. J.LriTOB. OUR aroCK for tbe sprlog trade, raololy of our own lmkortallon, or direct Irom American Manularlurera, is aow very heav v aad oomplela. Driers, ami the favor of a call, and personal ex amination of Klock and prtcasa re-pei tfuilv sollet led . Cincinnati, March I, 'JO- Sam lMPQflTAIT TO WEIS. HORSieV&BHlBE, FRUJVT STREET, BET. WBSl ERA ROW AND JOHN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Dealers In all klnde of Lumber and inauufoe- , torero of Soh, Dooro, Bliods, Windsor Fromeo, Mouldlugs, Base Piloslars, W. etiler Boardiog. While a no ' J Yellow Plow Kloorlog, Sbeleiaf for Storea, Pail' g fur Too 0 0 0 , Hoards plsued on both sides, of various ni tck noes .iiltabieror Ihn tnslOe onlah ol nouses. Thta establishment will befouud lo be of great, SobmSI lo persons building lu Ibe cirualr), asthey ean be supplied here with sll the irate rials resdy I ma.!.- oflumber, ibnroogbly aaoanai.l ror Inletiing houses. I u the Lumber Yard connected w lib litis) eslatdlshiuea. lbs re it kepi for sale an otteaatve I asaortmeut oi Lumber for sll building purposes. I Saah primed and gUsed, constant! on hand. AH. orders prompll) BlleaAed to. TKRMM'AMI. .1 Nov. II, ISA34? I yr. ClitlllAlI MARBLE WORKS. Wnlrra BOW opp. C.illiarlttr 81. T. WHITE & SON, 1H0MAI WHITF ' BOM. WHOLESALE , and hetail dealers in Foreign timl A no ru at. arblo. Monuments Tombe, lleeil end FrsW Htonvs falde Tope- Frures for Cravo Lota, and srloui other s rtlcles. Katlresntitfseltou will be given lo all persons favorlug us wltb their orders. Ws msi.ru toe best worknisn. and sell si prices lower tna.li sn) otberYard. Caps and NHIs oa hwad. Our Agent lor brookville. Is Mr. famc K' "lie dy, who wlllatl-nil lo all ordert. . M. SAWYER & CO, MtNl'FAf Tl KKK" A IH VLI KS IN tVlndstts Sihndrs, Oil loiu, orris. Tstaawla, Hrii.s . Hull i. .til It I, IU- llllI'Ml ll t.l e l mens, tail in i . i n vy lit. ri als. Wholesale and ReUil Window Shade ft Oil Cloth Sim r. BO H C0LLI0B BALL, WALNUT BT.. BIT FOURTH AND Tl TH aprll i t'lnctonail. o. D. A. BRADLEY, evee BOSOM IO II II t II I I MOO Till Ha. VN holoeale sad Retail J E W E L E R . II AYING Jest relumed from the Rast Ith a 11 large and varied siesk of Bn Watches and Rich Jewelr)! f I'Wprtalug an assortment of MIW AND MRAHTIFUL STVLBA! wbtcb I will "Sc to the old i ustnmere of Ibe tote Orm al asliaraclor) nrtres. fall andaew at N . W. Corner Fourth A tfalo.f Intctniiali, o " 'FIRE WORKS. CANDIES. BsTTB AVD FBUITS, WH0L1 SALE AND KLTAJL BT JOHN B, MYSR8, noSS ' MalaStrset, bei. FifVb oud nuiS.va , aids. CINCINNATI. tT All orders pronptiy mied Sad pooAoget ororrootedrull weigbl. Nov. ii,ib.m.,7-i jr. V ! Ss saTfJ I MOts JElllMfTTOtlM s.asaisas, SAMPSON & CO., laros-raatase as a Lasts is Catlaa, filsuss aus 5o0t Main Strawt, Si nay illy CIBOIl l.tSATt. JOBB TAIT a. w. un. TAIT ft SOlf , C0HMI83IOII 09 178 B Wt. BB Wat nasi t !.,! 01 alamausesj. 4 from. . Fa-la l- r, Kafs, tiratn, Feather, OrteS tases. Unions, arc. Liberal C AMI adsaacwaisau waatte sot i menu. Orders for Urwesrles and Maaoosctarssi Arti cles svllelted and glasA oa the tasat Ssearable term-. vaaylSty HENRY FALLS, CARPET W A KEHOD fit , Ro. IS Kaat Ptsnrta Hrwet , helweea "nMlSSS SJc- ... am kim.1, r-iMjaiuti r r. OHt S NOW KBC&IVIBG A LAHCB irTOCB OF F.nrllth snd Anieruar CsrpeU, Jerttls Oooda. i lotba.a,e. Ac . (ov iae Call txasSe. ta waaaA h reswttiill) Invites 1st attention of TW MMtf . rei is I J- JACOB EiSASÄCO. AarrarroBi or as a wi CtQTBIIf$, SHIRTS. DRAWERS, oV TRUNKS. Bo. IS P.-H Street, ( InrlansU. Ohio. rehttly WEM WURTH k BRO'Se NO. Ti PEA RL STREET, CINCINNATI, OTsid sriiiin .rim mis. Ws Invite tbsaueotroa a4 eoantry aterchs&tt 1 1 our e tie naive sleek of Paaey ea4 Satas Vr Goda. Ho ring aar several years latpirtii dujejet rni the ino.t relebratad Maoufaciurwrtls EsroM.oo I hav,ag a rwaieVwt wartwar la Hew 'wrh, Vo r enabled lo "OVr lo eaah aad reapaoajlhy e-ayera. oitasirpoossd Indocemeaii In prtres, ofrtss. Sit. febfap WB3I WOBTH it BVnTUKBc FRANCIS NUELSON. inr-ooTsa amp Bauers r Sauff. OigHTt, Tobacco od DEALKP. IN Leaf Tobacco, No.mj Mtlni.lreet.ttetwwe.MAaa4 fsigTi of Use IssHaa Cbhrf.) ClKClNMA Tl. OHIO. . Sov.s.l? ihm ilry,. U, 8. & H, RÜFFNERe aaauiarianrrsajsa voaieroia PAPfll, Od Wholesale sad MoUII GROCERS. v. B coi. wwTxijr tow nAjtx art. CINCINNATI O. tCTTke Btchaat markst price paid foe K A r.. OLD KOPS, and other paper. lock, oov 14 4SI y '4 Aaron A. Colter. GKOCKRY PRODUCE AND ( OaLMIBSIOk AI KKC II A NT, h. K.I UKUKKUK Kfc.VK.1TH AN MAINST. CINCINNATI, OMI0. I ov As- olalyr. JiirnoTwuti" ascss la B. AC. ASAMOJst, 0 Wholesale Dealers tn DET GOODS. No. 19 Pearl 8t.. CuwüitsäU.: John D. Jooeje, ., -,,. M falsi. Jonea, t Olaoft'.. Ooo. W . Jonas . fJ. J.Joaos. msy IS ly P. B. UMSTBD, No. 62 Sixth 8t. bat. Walnit s Ttet. CLICUIATX. OHIO: The moat xtaative and boot Msrvuntctaoorin tow Halted KUsOS. ORIGINATOR OK ALL NfcW STYLBatt Has taken the highest premiums at alt Iba Biblbi Hons! Hm. tow bast materials cheap ft oaeb. which enables htotioeelt SUPERIOR WINDOW BLINDS AND 8HADB. .W low a. taers soli inferior artistes, PAINTKD sndRILI II A HKS of txautliul dostama. Bt t h nd vv HI IK Holland "1a Trtaamiage.riiiaiti Ac r lunr. .-ri nts na in too ana lettered lo or S pa I u led i lobWWglo dr. KcpartngBB'l lo promptly. isoaiol aiasBsjod to B S3 ty x itsst i NO. 42 MAIN 8V. .1 BETWEEN 6TH, AND l i:s-:i4,,.nsiaiiilj oubsnd a besutifiji IA men' ..r 11 Ars AND OA fB, " .nostfashsoaable klad. Ho tarsttsjsBtS oM rrleadsaiBrookvllleto give hi at a call when Umax vtaSiihe srtfa Mt :.i!4J--1 yr. the" STODART PIANO, mm & mm, CIHCIlfHATI. OMXO. Agwnistortbe most eels brat ototiooaetsoSjes ol the t'ulon, desire lo colt law alleaUou of Dwyars partu-wtorty to tba aSmvc oasebrieAloSarsSssawU oi wbtrh ihe. conetaully keep t pl. edtd assort wsul o hand. Fno swbotbcss. et'turv, abb aw ca litt or twwb. -"in or botsibibw oi Ttst aso re e-. tiuctrr oo atwi aaaisa, laoiqi -tiob or riaiso. ass eat .I oi'oaBiirrv. "IHK I OHA KT FlANtl I UNr.UK FA hHRP Flauo Halt, NoS Foorth si.. ooarVioo. Owe Id ly a. SABTI.BT1 S.t.BSraMOL s oo a a s s o to e iigfisstt ! B. Bartlett & Co., Commiasion aad Fonts rdtraj Mr ohAnta. sairsc-Ttoaas w I Ott oot a ho at o a rhoss SOS) MOSA ObA. NtsrstiMg ritsia. Io. fJ AAaai rronitt , Clt Oil. l.sr.l Ott. (stiwroil, M. oh"' asey is ly Pruessoas FuSoob, rtwap. Wbrtr Lesd. inns V COATS k CIIKIRTOI'HEK. isai rsesi-sees ov I'ho.irar, SBoiAooio, sgotroilats a lojiot statei vsjtirot t A LBO, ALCOHOL OV ALL Hsllnad Ohtrcoal for Rtotttyiag WaltäTj, aad Pirt SplHu i n. sjto Foweattsw t urs, Wnekstauat asm it sis rt, ''..i.t oi I eg e Haildiug, tSaluat M,, OaSeA s-i. tietwoea Faun snd Fifth Slrf-ets. atkytOly CINCINNATI, O. WB). J. s a tB a wt BOO. e.a.tt a. wvajkt. FKEiNTH. W YNNE k CO. loiwirVBrsaml w hotasals Dealers in PANGY DRY GOODS KAJTiTFACTtTalll tf WWLII WflBT, No. rt Fwarl Nt . , bwtweoo VraSt SV Baae, uiy ci.ic m ATI. -t DUHME k CO s Wot JRWBLRY ABO PA Bo.ttS JUts sVotH. aasSos ClaclBBaU.O. lp WoioB Mobors' Toots aa4l N0V.ll,lbAJ,7--iIt. C1S0IN1UTL lUJUIasil . bl. w snwjspw saOfSOwSSaS - 1