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A PAPER POR THE PAM91Y C3RCIE-OEVOTED TO THE AMÜSEMENT AND 8NSTRUCT10N OP YOUNG AND OLD.
zkwt nam Wwkwwip of n eery lata and r horn Leateaworwi Mltot la be Hnatd a anVft. n hi mill lUNt, te stated INI UnaLoaa from hit owo much of Um letter SUh' dtolaraUoot Mh. laoMti brief, wfH aatitfy the frienda.WFreeeaeeeio Um orth, laal bit tiM from headadarters at WMhngtQB art of ibe cbaraetar of Ml iMMMMMliMM prcMd tBem Taa rtur ftwK. uaier data Z " iwiwiiOwt, Jalr 10, 186. Smith, m kit qaartert tt Port Leen worth, t ky snair griaeaaena betör hi. aid m! hie tatarpoahioa a aft lory letBnsaawii of Um fcreee hi the Uraslory to proMot their Itvat aad their property reo Um haods or too armeo mmoi teoen South Oeroltne, Gboi- gie tid Alabama, obo on lUUoood ovov m at too divtrooi mtr lowae tH ttfüs Ueitad Sutet ini, aac lODDortod-hr ootttHtrattont fnrnithed 60V0 UiMM. When Mhed for reli to dkpom Lhete trued military boado, oo Froo Swto wibtw bea 1UMd tlo Territory, hit reply ii that he bto no authority thai these bjlait ort Mjrmlorif enrolled at militu of (bo Territory , ond that eft ry thing Umv do it done nadereolor of law, and 4mU Vt (the Free Suuoeo) bare no red row oseepl I the future, by retort to the civil powere that bet If the Hret tad properly of oar cit Uoae ere destroyed by theee erased obe. there It do red ret for at ttrt by apyiiettl to the oiril power, watet,, at poo ere welt twere. hat I reedy ptejejgtd owr eaeeel Truly we art kva UtaaeiabU oaditioo We may yet be eooipelted to retort to our eroM aid t rooty rillet fur We bbow wot whet eontotewt to i tHiefllgaalit wic.tdnt . Beairh'e reply rereelt. It le deabUeee the purpoM of the adatia ItMtton now, tt it hat alwaja boon, to eeetoeo staaeet to Bleverr; but tya platte öa ftbolHoo of the foeraoe reey of Um North efuinet the iniquity. raa beeome to geoeml, that U we hoped that It would relax, if but for brief period, lu Iron rote e? er the die traetod fad apbapoy TWHtory. la this hope, Howerer. there it no re Hneoe. Wbeetfer eJtoW of falraet Bann ha enJg kw Timlmm and Tucisw lie www w veif vj mwvww9mwmmr vnsn f et Wetafegtoe, the Beyoaot end the Halloa are tUli to heeo ewejr en the Border. The licet and the property of the eeUtett ere ettil to be et the WMroyof Uie predatory hordoe whteh the polity of Atthlton and the toot- pHettp ai Sbatmoa babroogbt upon the ieod. The war t ao torrorites it MM M f oa. More Proo BteM men are to be drleea (Uf, aa hundred have beta before. Mutt towaa art to be aathed. The bJwhweyt are ttill lu warmed by the freebootert by whom tbey hero be-a iafoeted. More Booh- aaterlag la to be done upon the Hit- eowH. More blood of innocent men i to wet the toil o JLaaeae. la a word, the eyetem wbhrb Utringfcllow end At' ebtoon toaamreud, end which Doug let, PterM A Co.. have defeaued through thick end thin, it to be work ed oat aatil Ut lejrVMoiete remit the tbtohjiott ittory it laaitt- of rtmttlk tbtt tht in ttruoiiooe wpoo which Mr. Pitree't aabordfnatt in the Territory it acting, were framed re Weehiegtoo, about the Ueee tbel the bill of Too.nh. end Doog Ut lor the paetooation of Kaaea wat draws ap. The rrply of Oen. Smith to the eVtofwtiea of Free State aee of L area worin city, it aa tzpotilioo, at oaeo aoaolutive aad or er whelming, of tat true lateal and meaning of that atlat ond hypoerkfoal act Wmm mm R vre TrtbMn. Sonata Kauai Bill. "Why don't the Houte tccept ted oeoa tht OeiMie'e Kaaeee bill I" U att ed by tottt who now tap they hope to eee Kteeee e Free Sttte, but who never ehowed their faith by tbek work. Let ua Mil them: i, Jeoawat that bill give no astu rtaee Met Free Labor will have aey fairer play under Ke prweieiowe tbtn it hee bed eeoer the Keeeae-Nebreebe bill. Ail the promiect now made, all the 1 .re beef out, are but repetitions of proe peett rqetlly tpeciout held out when the Nebraska bill wee forced through Coegreee two reere in. Theo ere were told that Bltvery had no chance to gain a footing in Kanaaa that the "leave of Ood" and excluded it that the altreholdert didn't want that Terri-aaipie.thaa-tby woey wanted to eatab fieb the principle that Slavery might go where tor Um people saw it to earn it et! Met the Preei lent would nee hi patronage fairly and justly in choosing men to govern end judge the Territory that lr W-ouW come in a Free 8 tat, of eoorw. Such were the promises ead protpeeie on the ttrengtb of wlich the orirosl Nebraska bill wee dnvon through Oengreut. We have seen how those pledget bare been fufltled. We HttJP'W, faked to trust the very tame seeeVwNt tae'taevvur Freedom or Sla very in Kb seas. How can we? II. Gov. Reeder.Lt.Gov. Roberts and leOftmy Deteir, with Beoeior Lane and many other Free-State men ot Kantet, ere old-time Deuocrata, ani atreeuoue eutporters of the Nebeetka bill whea patted. Reeder and Roberts are Pennsylvanitns; the former, end wo think the latter eteo, belonged to thet tectiun of the party to which Mr. Buchanan belong, end naturally tym pathiaa with. it. If the issue of Free dom or Slavery in Ktnsaa were out of tberwur, thoee wouhi now be for Bach aotn. They trt only opposed to him. if at all, bee tune of their devotion tu Free Kaneaa. Yet three tty, it does oesMW man who kuowa Kanaan inti mately and labors to make her e Free Statt that to pate the Toombs-Deuglae bit of the Senate is to irrender bar inevitably to the Border R-ffiana. Wbeib iiheljr to knew better than they' lit. The Toomto-DcogUs bill which hat netted tht Seaate does not abolish the fbrooMoe eodo of lews imeoted on Kaaeee by the irruption of Six Thou tend Mieeouritnt on the 30th of March, IBM, But only a few of their mot ob etuonlp etrneaoua provisions. It does wet terntfntte the rule of Shanon and Leeer pt, Dooaldaon and Jonet, in Kan ena; oa the contrary, it perpetualee it. lot the Heute peat the Senate bill, aad flh n nn it still Governor, Lecompt -Chief Juedce, Donaldson U S Marah al, and Jones SaeruT of Douglas Coun ty, which ineludee Lawrence, Lecomp ton. cYc. end all the ecu and parts of acta of the begot Lagitlaturo not ex prootly repeale J hereby will have been tooltip sanctioned nod aaVated by Con greet. Jotee and Dooaldaon can ttill oak Grand Jutiea that will, under Le- ipto'tiaetraetiona, order Free-State iMtMilMM law A a " - ' km j - .at printing-offices and even hotels to be demolished te nuieaeoea, ted then pltce themeelvea tt the head of Baford's and Atcamoo'e hordoe end proceed to put such presentment Into execution. Hot only the Territorial officers, bot the Bnertfle tad Judeee of Probate. 4m., appointed by the Border-Ruffltn Legit lature, will ill hold on under the Sen ate's "PaciBcttlon" bill How ean Free-State men be tJtpected to aMent to thia 1 IV. We eee told that tbeee Free State men who have been drfvea out of Ktneee by Lecompt & Co., mty return and vote at the election eotwtmipw j Toombo bill. Hew return ! Not Krn..k MlMSurL be the Ort! ItClIt route that rette it eloted by the Bor der Ruffians. They may go around . iooenov throof b the track lee lld at Wettern Iowa if they rhnnu Hut sflnose thrv do. whet It tn AMi Osn swsiiitt the Indictments of Lecompt ttd arreeta Of Doaaitron snd Jonee 1 Thoee worthlee hoMeeery mtn wha belted esttblish the free- Hiaia n.iMniaint. of who f Si US SO io recognise as valid and obey the tctt of iKm kn... I .irUlatars. or wwin" helB eViAsnd Lswrenco when they heard that the Border Rufflant were gathering to deetrov her. to have committn tree eon. and ihev have quite a number el ImsUm Free.Mtate men now in eloae jell on Indictments btted on tbeee vlewi. flueeese our Free-State men now away (mm It anaaa n back M oerttcipsie 10 btr atruggle for Freedom, whtt it to pre vent their sharlnar the fate of Gov. Rob- ioson. Editor Brown, Secretary Deitaler ted others t Ney: who duet not know that the Borner-Raffltn aetboHtiee In Kansas would indlot them. II they have not already done to, tnd have them ar reatad and abut ud until the "tue Ol Freedom or Bleverv aball bare been de tided I Whtt hero they trtr tone to make na believe that they would not er aarve R der. Roeeris, i,sn, s.o.. aa Ihev hsve aerved Robinson, Brown, Deitiier, tnd uihert Y V. While Free-Mute men hsve been driven nut tnd ehut out or Ktnttt by hundreda for the Ittl three months, Mis souri aad the South have been pouring n their legions unopposed and unmatoh ed. Thev are ttill oourlne them In, while Free-Btate Immigration has near lr eatted. Wt believe there are thlt dtv more FreSttte than Pra8lavery residente in Kansas: but evert uffloe Is In the hands of the latter: they art the ruling power the "Law-and-Order" men while out side sre under foot. uutlawt, rebels, according to whtt It dealt out In Kantet tt law and justice VVe have not a newspaper printed In Ktnttt nor on ite border, whl e ear ad rertarlet btve doatnt. To to Into at election now to dar Ida whether Kansas halt bt I Free nr a Slave Ittte, It to give the Border Ruffians the full tdvtn- tage ef ell the i.utrag s. arlmss. vleotlun rtudt, tod robberiet, they hire been committing fur the laet tu years. We cannot consent to thlt. -Of eouree, wt ifo not m be under- attind ss aMenriitg that even a fair ma- rliy of the present mhabltatita or llan- att htvt t right to establish Slavery therein. We reongnltt eo taeh right. any mure thaa we do a right to legal egaiite ruly remy, A renn or llorte-steallng.- We hold the rltfhi of everv Innocent human being to the free and ftlr use el hit own faoultlee and muscles to be tbove tny r taglti Inhering In the commu nity to meiere him. But, If we tttent ed te the fundemental principle of the Nebraska act, we should still protect against tho peeatge of the Toombs- Duuglae bill el the Sanata. i S i n i Usurpation of His Maglsty. Joseph tho Flrtt. The following resolutions were adopted in regard to the usurpation ol uur late Governor, but present ruling eovereign : Whereas, Through ditagrttratot of the two houses of the General As aerobly, the Legislature of Indiana failed to pate an net for tht apportion ment aad diaurioting of the Sum for if atme ad Kepreeentativet at im peratively required by the Oontlitu tion. And whereas, the Governor, Joseph A. Wright, though often solicited, has refuted to c til a special session of the Legitlatore to make such aportiun roent, but hue ins tend thereof, ittued a proclamation, districting the Bute without authority of law, an d prono ting an apportionment, which it alike aojutl, unequal, tnd in direct conflict with, and violation of the Ath motion oi anieie iv. of the (Constitution w bioh provides that the number of Senat 'ort and Repreeataiivea aball be "appor tioned among the several countiei S aooordieg to the number of white male inhabitant;, above twenty-one yeara of age. in 'each." And whereat, under aaid proclama lion the foil wing inttanoet of inequal ity and injustice are attempted to be etUblitbed, according to the enume ration of 1813, to-wit: White Malet over SI. sfadiron Co., pop., 2.736 S Rep. uoont " Posey Clay Sullivan " Ruah " Putnam " Floyd . " Tip'eanoe W nah 'ton H Vigo .387 2 " t.dOS t " 1.636 " 2,089 2 " 3.294 1 " 3.649 ,1 ".3 647 1 4.649 1 3.108 2 " 3,334 J 2 And whereas the taid enumeration of 1863, tho w a tho whole number of males over 21 veart of aire in the Stale to bo 212.991, making the ratio lor one reprete nUlive tht number o 2,129; therefore, be it Resolved, That Gov. Joseph A. Wright, in rtfuiim? to exercise the power conferred upon him by the Con sUtution to coo vene the legislature in cases of emergency, has been guilty ol violating inn bigh trutt re posed in him, and reduced the State to a condition -ol revolution solely to accomplish pereonal and parly purpo tea, mat bis proclamation la without justification or authority of law, with out valid force or power that the apportionment altempu l to be made by him it a willful usurp ition of po er, in direct cor, met wi rt the tpirit and laniruaire of the Constitution unjust and uiaenual in its provisions. and is not entitled to the respect or obedience of the people, any lurther than the same may be consistent with justice and the principles of tbe t'on stitution: (KT Arrsngementt hsvc been tnadr with Mrs. Harriet Beecber Stowe, for eepartte editions in England, Prance, and Germany, of ber new novel nou going through the preea of Msars. Phil lips, Sam peon t Co., of Boston, so the I the book wi'll btve timuttaneooe issue in the four rnat publishing cities of the world Bostc in, London, Pari and Leip tic. A B trber detired a groargery customer of his, one Sunday morning, who smelted strong of alcohol, to keep hit mouth shut, or tbe establishment would get i adioted for keeping a runt hole open on Sunday. ( u Mr. Bnohaaan. The an ti-Administration preae and speakers art too hard oa tht late Mr. Bnobantn, and we insist upon it, that it is not fair to thus disinter the dead, every day. Better say "Pente to his old bones." They begat by publishing, bit 4th of July Federal speech that wat t youthful indieeretioo, being then only 26 years old. Theyithea publithed bit aoti tlavery tpeeeb in ooagreea, la 1826 whea bo was V only 37 itill.too young to be held respontlble, aad now they art publithing hit letter of 1841, when about 69 in his second childhood. Here is the letter: WatHitoTon, Aug. 21, 1848. Dean eke: I have juat received yourt of tha 12th intt., io whioh yon submit to me tbe following paragraph, aod aak whether it eoataiaa aa accu rate vertion of the convertation be tween ut, eonoerning my Berkt Coun ty letter, on tho occasion to which yon refer: "Happening to meet Mr. Buohanan at the President's levee, on Friday eveaing, I oalled hit attention to thlt letter, aad aaked him if he iatended to be understood as claiming that the population of a Territory in an unor ganised capacity bad the right to con trol the question of Slavery in auch Tenitorv. He deolarod that no tuah idea had em been maintained by him; that the construction put upon bit lan guage by Mr. Yancer wee a perver sion of Us plain and obvioui meaning; that, in bit opinion, tbe inhabitants of a Territory, as such, had no political righti, although they possessed all the private rights of American cili isnt; that they had no power what ever over the subjeol of slavery, and they could neither interdict nor estab lish, txospt when asteabled in Con vention to form a Bute Constitution. H further authorised and requetted rue to make any public utt of thttt declaration! that t might think proper, to oot reel any Imprettion which Mr. Yanoey't eonstrustion of his language in the Berks letter might have made." With the addition which I have in serted between bratktts, thlt ttato ment it substantially and almost liter ally correct, according to my rooollto tlon. In my letter to Berka County of 20th August, 1847, I have said, "under Ute Miaaouri Compromise SI .very was forever prohibited north of the paral lei ef 30 degrees 30 minutes, and south of this parallel tbe question was left to be decided by tht people." What people? Undoubtedly the people of the Territory assembled in Convention to form a State Con til tu lion, and atb admittloa lato the Union, and not the flrtt adyeaiarora, or "flrtt eoiaera," who might happen to arrive in the Territory, aattrebled in public meet ing. If a doubt oa thia tableot could possibly exist. It la removed Oy the next succeeding aonUnoe of my Utter. 1 proceeded to state "Congress, on the admission of Texas, adopted the tame rale," etc. And what was thlt rule? "Tbe Joint Resolution for an nexing Texat to the United States." approved March 1st, 1846, answers the question in tho following words: "Aud tueh States at may be formed out of that portion of aaid Territory lying aoutb of 96 degreea 30 minutes, North latitude, commonly known at the Miitouri Compromitt lint, thtll bo admitted lato the Union, with or mt 1 1 k 1 1 1 ßl mm tk MAnU ff mmn I.HVHI WtHTVI J mm IHV JWV..W W. WWW. State aekiog admirtion may dttirt." Such waa tbe deeeription of the people . . v r r n t. n to wnom x rewrrea in my oerxs coun ty letter. Any other construction of tbe letter would render it eeeentially ioooasitt- ent with itself. Havinir urired the adoption of the Mitsouri Compromise, the inference is irretittible that Con great, in my opinion, potteatei the power to legislate upon the subject of Slavery in the Territories. What aa abturdity would it then be, if, whilst nsserting this sovereign power in Con grett, which power from its nature mutt be exclusive, I should in the very same breath alto claim thit identical power "for the population of a Terri tory in an unorganised capacity?" In conclusion, 1 detire to reiterate aaid reaffirm every sentiment contained aasv Berks-Countv letter. I clin to tb Aiisoari Compromise with greater ten weaty than ever, and yet firmly be- ttftl -hat it will be adopted by Con- a""- lours, very retpeeuuny, JAM Et Ü0CB4MAN. T. Bavoroao, Etq. Inj ustice to the memory of the late Mr. B uchansn, and in reproof of those who ate deriding him, wo would say, that on motiving tbe news of hit nom- inalion, in May last, be aieu aiea oi m. ... at a m bit own free will and accord. In moat eloquent and touch." ug language he departed his individual .;fe, saying "lam James Bncbanan. no snore. Now wt insist that a msn hat a right to die when he pleases, if he osn vith out committing suicide. In thit case, the deceased was brought to an un timely end, by tbe act of the conven tion who had placed him on a platform that is enough to kill any body who had ever expretted an opinion on tbe tlavery question. Being in direct op position to tbe constitution, ae expoun ded by thot- who made it, and tbe pretidents and judget and statesmen of the first 70 yeart of tbe Republic aod being in opposition to Mr. Buch snsn't recorded opinions only 8 yeart ago, how else could he do? We in titt that it was a master stroke of policy decidedly tbe smartest thing the old man ever did amarter even than saying to John Boll "Phlfty phour, phorty or pbigbt," and then ae a 1 A A Sat crawnsning aown to 4, to avoid a fight. By this one act be, wiped out all hit put tint and twisti6catiooi. "He it Jamet Buchanan, no more," and we object to this use of his letter. It may be well enough to array it againat the platform, just at we bring forward the letters of the late James Wbitcomb, Henry Clay, Daniel Web tier, Thomas Jefferson and other de parted worthies, to tbow that tbe platform is revolutionary, but for no other purpose. Tt is certainly in the face of tbe platform, but who cares for that? Political TJaXairnota Abase of The Feeling Deepens and Widens. At an evidence oi the deepening and widening of the feeling iu regard to tht quesltoat tow before the pco pie we may point, not only to the fact that old seen, who long retired from political life are taking an active pari io the ceo v nsa, but the principles which underlie the itaae are being dis cussed in plates aad by men anuted to tuch discussions. At the Miami University, last week thai old con servative College mostly patronised byfthe South, Dr. McMattert of Now Albany, late president of tbe Univer sity, in an address on "What Is the true life a nation should live," taid: "Chriatltnity will do away with slavery. Carry out the prfnciplet of the Bible snd slavery mutt tnd. The tlave it, to ote the words of Aristotle, "a tool with a toul." That soul is, for tbo time, under the tpeoial direc tion of tbe master, and if he will on ly fulfill tbe two great commandments, and praelioe the Tettont taught by St Paul, he would ed netto that toal and fit the slave to take care ot himtelf Then when he had received a fair re numeration for btu trouble he would free him. Thia tlavery, our fathers who framed the (Constitution thought, would die out io a ww yeart in thr States where it existed. Least of all did they think that new tlave Stales would be added to the Union. Washington and Fremont. "Old Liners" sometimes inadver tently toll tht truth by mistake, tnd draw faithful comparison from igno rance. Wülard. in his haranguo at the Statt House yard on Saturdt) night, after asserting that tbo election of Fremont wat claimed beesute h had climbed to the highest peak oi the Kooky Mountains, and there plan ted tht ittrs snd ttrlptt, went on to tsy, that "there waa, once upon a time a half-wilted boy who had climbed op tht Natural Bridge, in Virginia, and there out bit name In tbe rock, high above all the other namet therel In scribed." Willard wondered If ii would not be claimed that thia ven turesome boy waa entitled to the Presidency. Reader, do you know what boy that wat ? We oanot be Here that there are many of you who are at Ignorant at WHIard, the old candidate for Governor, and who do not know that that brave boy wat no other than Qtorgi WutHinfion. whoa name it not only inscribed abort all others In tbe rook abutment of the Natural Bridge, but tili higher alove all olhen In (lit henna of tho Amt ti oan people. We thank Willard let the parallel be hal drawn between Ueorge Washington and John Ü. Kre mom, and wo think the people will carry It ttill farther. JnU Some. stwfOat tf Ihr most standelout so. of rudeneot and inhospitality w ever heard of was perpetrated In Philadel phia latl week' It was on the occasion of a Killmor Ratlftoilon Mealing to whteh all the Buohanltes wsre rallied as a matUr of ooorte, In order to keep up a thow of strength fur Fillmore to the latt Into the midtt of ibit crowd of Bucbananitet the FUImbrt roon had no more consideration than to introduce a banner, repieaenting "Old Buck" trete bd on a dootor's table, and bled to the laat state of exhatation, while sawbones atood by, lancet in hand and dittppoinlmtni clouding bit brow muttering that he had searched for that "drop of Dtmoeratio blood" to the utmost without Unding it, tnd he didn't tee where it could bo. If the Fillmoritet don't know how to treat their friendt better than thit, their meetingt will soon be deserted But we trutt ihit wat an ovorsight, and that they will be careful not to do to again. Two hundred and four inhabi tants of countiei in tho northern part of Michigan, have addressed a com munication to Governor Bingham, rep resenting the laflToring to which they have been tubjectcd by reason ol Mormon depredation!, and praying some relief from the nefariout con duct of their troublesome neighbors. TJaaaaI "DaaaaII Old things have pasted away and soma things hart come new. BlTltlLil IBTtl. tOLeitia IL OI.OKi WILLI MB uimm k mum. WOULD aaneasoaio lbs publio Hut May nv broegbt on an entirely now stuck ol guoj. wbloh Ibey are now opening si Its OLD GRIND TONE CORNER, lonyooonplsd ey. R. Tynsr, InntwOtvnie. To anumrrala tbelr (took would boa teitlout at It Is utalSM. If yoawantssytbliif in Us dry goods or groosry lias, call and tea ror yourselves. I'bay Save Now Strews eilka. Ladls w tailing to axamlno sous baaullfa! tyisi ot fancy Hllks, ara InfUsd to call at our itor sihI ss some Goods w bleb ars slsgsot at an; lady can wish to iaa. Hlcacbtd Alaetlm. Ladle ars respectfully IntlWC to esll sndas- tettas tba ulse Londals Blerctl Muill, I yard aud I lucb wide; Soli UadrasanU Uoodi. PUlnUI'k Biia-wWaIBtlt. We hare Jutt received a salebrsled Hlack Silk, wbtcb baa firea universal sailafasUea. LaJIsa wbo aradeeiroat of purvbaalns a black 8ttk Krast Ihallbey cau Save cuuDdeiioe lu believe wlliwear wltaout cleaning, snd wilt retain Us luilre, csa Snd u al . Slaughter k WUUasaS's. Drnee Uooda. Stellasnd Cisps Sbawla, Black and Kuno 8ltks Oalaiuea, Utugbaou, frlute, Lawm, Cballiet, 1 uMlina, Llueui, AM., at our esUblliUiuauU H Isscbed Linen j nie covers, nrown do, Napstni, ueyMias Juau'r-n'd. .MMi Pisces Prist. Comprising Iba faciflc, '"orhrco, Merrimack, Kugliaii, Haiuilwn.Npraguea, Aliens, Manchester andSHSi "wer ui utuer wen auuwu uaaaes, wnicu we are sul 'ingcheau. Drape. I on We hsve o bands an extensiv assortment of l ace aud Ma.wla U rap fie. Husar mm a Slelaaaes, Yuu out ala'ats flud a variety of Sugars, and New Orions a. uger-nouse Moiaa at our stand. Iron, .Inlla, ten. We would call lb altenUon of tbos wanting Sils of aoy als, s d Iron of any bind, lo our large asso runout, wh lea we. oner low. SDfMtw i IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. HAI 0PKTKD A SHOP rmm mv at sawr un Main Hurras sirwvl. In ma building formerly oerapled by Jota Sdaata, where ae is pre oared lo suni.ly euslonser with BRIDLES, SADDLES. WHIPS, and ovary article usually found In a flrst els Saddle snd Harness sbop, at Clselnnstl price. Having and sever! year experience In lb business, be Is cnmfldenlnf success. He Is propervrt to de aU kinds of repairing at short nnitee. may '.'3 35 ly KDWARU MEVBR, A8A IGLEIIART, (Late of and Haosossnt to Ing to. Wheeler A Iglo hart In HoolBsUte Agoaeio,) A(t rater sti Uw susA It en I K tat ss A(Bl, snlUtUi, lAtka 1'nllMtlnn nl llahl.. Ik.nnr. cbsse andsal of Real Eelaleand all other pro feeelonal business intrusted U hlot In Vander burgh, aad lb adjoining coontlsslo Indiana. TTi'OsritBovsa raa tsBstsasa, BVANSVILLE.INOIANA. Prints! Prints!! PO Merrlmss. COrtsen, Bay Suto Philip Al len's Spraguas, Uunitels. aud alt other wood I) I i Hrl(i.glo ptlti , P.O. UAKBR. WaiOFrs TKOETABLt HAIB IHVIO0BA TOJt. Tbl superl-r Katharton I now on sat In Brook vtlle. It needs no paOag. All that tbe people want Is to know where t fro ror It. Pete M. W. Halle's. Dissolution. Tb firm of Baker oV Wstxard bas thl day boon dl. ol ved by mutual euanl. Tb not and as cosrrts sre Iq ray hand for ooHastlsa, snd I sm resposMlbls for all of Uie partner. hip deixa tsnett a 9. 0. MKRK. B wALIBSMITII'S llors Sbos snd .111. .old by n . I,. r&suan at t o. Fi 0. BAKER a. UKALKM IB NVAPI.R Alto PAISOY ORT Ö00DS, NOTIONS, READY MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, &( Oint D001 WORTH llOOKTILLE BARK, aaoOK.vii.i K. i n d. Parnl.blng artleles ef .very deserlptlon. Osr menu rasant order al the shortest notice, sprll II .. ' y i . . y . . . - im i siMBis, '.H.iw.r. a. w. aiMSLs, ja. V A Mr A IIP t- n i illivn in i iv l.ir., Hi VI Ms PUKPHASRO TMK STOCK III Oooils rnrmerly owned by T. Montague, la netawara. enatiasst te sesnaiinodsts a i -on lbs north tie ef Utas a sal with STAPLE AND FANCY Dry Goods. Of vry qsality. Krancb and f.ngllsli Marino, Delaines, Hoberge. Mantle, Niiawls, II. u tr also, an andlea variety of goods tor men'. ear. Wa keep a nasal, aomplut leck of MKN AND D0Y8 CLOTHINO, of ihn I tat sir ls. In Hoot and Hho wa hav on hand an anllr.dy new aaeortiaenl of the beat mam. f lures. IS qSSUly, St) lo aud price, OUI goods will sett. June VO IIA1LUUAÜ ELbUriON, TMK Slurhbolder of lb Clnalnnatl, Indlnnapo ll. and Cnleagn Mallroad I'ompaay are hereb) iiotlted ths sn uluoliou lnr IU llireetnr of sain i 'o n pain Will be bold.BSl the nRli s of Hi Com pan) In bVoobville, on tha IPth day ef July net iH)iS,ia Ilm hulir (if III ailltt 4 .. I.iaIi P SI M. said day, under His ineuginntof C. M. tVentlwy i ii. raianar, ami . n, uir, juuge. ol sain rieetlon. JUIIN WYBN, Jsnatttw Nee7 GROCERIES. WHOLBSALB AND KKTAIU Nn. t ( emntsri Inl llnss , BROOKYILLr; IX D. WW. , FAHQIHIAIt d CO. 1 1 V M now opened, and will kep eon.tantly ol II haad, a general and SaioiplMle SssnrtM Jam !, whlvh thsy titer si prlp. a low as it', i van i.e prnaared Is l-lm Ititiatl la all par at. Mr. Parqdhar Saving bad wtwrh asperlunrr hi this braneb of irede. tatters him,.. if itmi t atitsesa bs furnished in wiioLs.si in this mar kn..i .u . e. .. . i e. e isivi aeuva i iw ! ri rl is ami n retail hi indaea the purchasers lw rT tia news. Thsir.tovk coli.l.tln pari nf MM Salt by barrel RaUla. fas Issstk Pig .O.Sega Mia Lemons fowrfareddn Dried Peaebe Plekle. I reslied ds apple. Net. Vtoteeee. (I.e. Almnitil Maeberel Win .w Ware Prunes While Pish Ovsters t'beese t'Od riah I'an. Una I Hl,, , I I. vlll.. I line m,(t I'enieM Trace, Halter snd Mreaat Chains, Sb i vet. Spade, Hee Hay , Mira snd Manure forks, -All ol wbleh will be sold lor small advsnsa Ob I'lnrlnnall wholesale prlue lor r4an oi ires, .1 si roHBTav caoeei s fall and esamtna our.lu.k, un door .oulb 1 I lm k Si Paniuhar's. P IUI -lst racalvsd Smnkad llaltbui, Whii. Plsb and Maeharel wboleaaie and relall hy )yll W. L. SssuVHsn m Cw, i'i i am; 111 in Tina. IOWA LAM) AGENCY, r mim, AT'KMO TO TUB HtJSINkSN Of V. I Vrtelllig musey In Wild of mi. ultn Sled lands, Urms.aad loWu l.iUI payluglake Ate., lor I 'M son ll v 1 ne al a diiu.o e onda 1 an be .. in m ill, siiy lu drills nn New Vark. those wishing tu pul thi! r innnov where ll will be sare, and yield a large par cent., can have It so luvasloil by addressing Uly in AflKAHA.M t'AHKY, Coder Kalla, Blstk llswk I n,, lows. VALLEY Hill SM. UltOOKVILLB, 1.10. JOHN KINU. PHOIMHETOU. mills wall appointed Dotal ha audergone 1 Ihr rough repairs for hs sum me r .SSSoli, Ulider the inimedtals suparvlslon of the new proprietor. ne assures uis irienus ami inose sun may lav 01 him with their patronage, ibal It shall bent de sire St sll tunes Pi make tbslr stay wllh blra sgrae sbls.s be Island to kesps good 'table sudoulig lagt asstskanls In revnry depurlment. Boarders will bs sccoiumodaled on Ihn most reasonable terms, with single or double ronmi. I Sin SlSO prepared lo ,u traveler or CHiirli to soy part or tbo country they sssy wlb logo. juoe ö n PAtfllOBABLa DKKSH QOOOS-A sjsej suit (1 1 v sl I 10 a a r'i m j 1 11 . 11 - LARD. Be. 1 Prist Family Lard In Kega. for salst W.L. Pssut iur At Co. Brinff on Your Wool. TUB ahertbcir would respectfully Inform the public thai be will continue Pi tard, spin and nauuracture wool into rolls, tarn or i-totb. on the shortest possible notice, and In ihu best manner. lor Uiu making year, lualomers leaving their work sstbsy go to ( Inclsnsil, can hav their roll te tbey return. All work warranted. He has . good assortment of enUu.U, Hlauket. plaid and plain Kian in It, storking ysrn, Ac, Ac, , whlvh bs wisbe U sail lor cb or exchange lor wool. MM EON IIAIGII. Ilsnison, Jons 13 -tm CHEAP AND GOOD FURNITURE. faTIUIAM FRANK, ANNOUNCES TO THE Sw oiiisen 01 rtro.it vine, and Ibe reel nf tb world, Ihst be kee a good supply of sll kin I nl Pnrnlture a' bl. shop on Main street nssrly opposite lo Smltli A Lyiin'fCarriageNhop. As ho staks mod mf It himself, he etn reo oiamend all ths work thai goes oat of theshop. Person whowantanythlng In hi lino would do well to call and examine the work snd Ihu price before bu) Ing cl.ewhors. UNDERTAKING. lis km psaii kind of cofln ready-made, and r good Hero wltuwhleh hs esn alio ml fuueruls lu town oroouniry. Civs blsi a call. JansBltMly vt II.LIAM FHANK Blank Deeds, &c. Thers hmtjsstwooo isu d at this offlcss new snd beautiful edition nl ttlank Deeds, short form We havr a'an, (um lai in, Mortgages, (. omni I, lorn ra' Deeds, old loitn Deeds, bumsaoiis and subpena- rBRACK CHAINS, Ac, a la'ge supply at 1 SkaCOMTSB iV VVlkLISHt. R IBB0NB, LACES, AHO TRIMMINGS ORR. ereil) at r ' w. u.t ivr.ll .. FARMERS, fortirstn Cradles go to W. L. PAauuaaa A Co. HA 118--Robinson's Superior Hans, Should er and Sldst ror sal al apr tt W. L. Psaqensa A Co'. TSOQTI AMDBHOEaV- " D Too tatwe. land utotsrerullysloctcdtock . irloon snd atooo lby,hsvs ever ofered, rosy beseeualNo.l Cowainn-ial Row , fn, alr l' I.IXCK4 PA KQUHA R. BRÖOKVILLE BANE Wl l.. allow in l rot 1 11 11 UlSO Hopo.it. made after. bis das lu Ohio or Indiana currency, payi ble ID slmltsr funds, By order of tb Board, J. W. HI TT, Cathlsr. rrokvHI,Feb.i.,lcw.. 'ROM, Stool, snd Mould Board constantly nn L hand a'. MbaOoaTss 4 Wilms nt. fHOIKTB, Produce. A II kinds or Produce la koaforOoodtst Slaoohtss A Wulism., ÖLAKSWAKBsnd Cibluaware or superior qual ity al St 41 oHTaa A Willism.. PUKSH ORANGES snd LEMONS al apr W. L. F4i.gr hin de l'n'i E LOPING & CO., Ml. CAKMEL. IND., I I Kl! K 4 f'TI! HKKK OKI MAIN I'ltlMs UK11 I poto to t Jpply tho pooDle of Kruni. li county th an eieolteut article of t ' 1 - pnran.al'.he low- sl possible rales. AU pumps set in Ihem are uiopn lei ritisfiu:1 Ini warranted 10 glvo entire snlisfati ion may ill. 3m W.- " W. ..W Hats! WK arojaal reswlclagoiir spring slock ol Silk, rur, Wool, Panama, L'ghoru, I'ulm Leaf, ( sni on , and s tr.iw Hats. Also nice assortment of Copt of varloui' colour, sprll U P. O. BAKER. I als. m CANAL BOAT "EN WMHE4W CAPT WH SUDLER, WIM. m.Keregultr trips wosklv from Ashland, Payette county, to Clnrtnn.il, touching st laurel, .M, minora. Brook villa. K,. ehester, and other desirable p-.lnts, for Kreightamt Paaaenger I he "Wayne" will loavo Ashland, Laarl, and Mela mora, Tot tb city, no Mondays, and Brook vlll on Tuesdays of eaeh week, and returning, will loavo the rtly on Fridays reach Brookvllle, Melamora, Uurwl.aod Aablaud, on Salarday ol etch week. I lie Wayne" I prepared io do sll kind or hipplng.sud from lbs long osporlcneo of Cspt. NudUr. persons wishing losend produoo to the 'tty, for aal, will dud ll to ihelr .iilsr.it loss trutt it Ith him. I hn IV ay 11c" will roootv and dischsrgo hsr freight, at the Warohoute of l.luck A Ptr.juliar, upper landing, if not otherwise directed, where mnpieai sngMinenls will be prepared for shipping all kinds of Produce, Plnurand Mercbsndlto. Country merchant.. Miller, aad Hteotamllhs rn respectfully sollelled for a share of their pat ronage by ni.y 3 W. I,. KAUltt?IIARCO.,AgaaU ADMINlSTHATUll'iS BALE of Real Estate. aTOTtCR Is hereby given Ihst la porseanoo with sn order of ibe Court of Comirnn Plea of Kranklln t'osnty.slUie July term thereof. INM. I ill soil si psbllc ssle oa lb lib day of August, le'ifi. on the premises, tba roll, .win tloearthed re al ealat. belonging lo tho r .stale of Isaac Davis, locwasod, l-wllt A part of the south wl quar ter of s cilon Hi, Town 8. of rango waa wei, and houniUd a lollawsi baginnlnc the north-west cor ner of said quarter sertion, thenre louth 0 poles, ihnnco Katt with Iho vtrlatlo- of the degree 40 poles b a .Inte. thence North 10 polo let S slake (bono Wetsd polelo lb place of beginn ing, and ooniainlnc itl acres, mure or loss. Tho widow wilt join In .aid aala and roLta m ih purchaser ber dowoi laloresl. Ksld la ad to tie sold tii pay tbo debts of aaid deceased. TKKMi Up H A LK. One-half of ibe porch.tae money cash In hand, aod tba balance to bo paid .'u l) inouihs, suearwd by aou with approved sosur tty, wslvlns henedt of voitialloa or appral.emeut aws, wiin tulere.l rrom dale or sal. July ii Ii JOHN K. LB K, Adatlalsiiaiar. An Ordinance for the Attettment and Collectio 1 of Taxas for tha Year 1866, in tha Oorparatloo of tha Town of Brookrüle, for the par 8000 of Paying- far a Burying round. Baa. I, Bo It ordained by lb Corporation of he low 11 .1 Hrookvllle, Dial there be and I here in passed aad Ised upon bII properly tuljiscwd Pi tatatWii la told Corporation , the asm ol ton oauu hi rtsej hundred .dollar aeiunl valuaUoii Uiereol. Hn tt. And ha It further ordained , Thai thor b ami is hereby aed upon every white mal inhabitant of th, Corporation between Ihs age ol twenty, mis ndtny year, tho .um of twenty. tve poll tea. Mat . a, Thai thsrs be and It Mtosssd spoa a? sei peraon owning or Ii r hol In g dugs Bd biw hot, t tas ol fifty een is oil every dog, and one dollar on svery bitch ao owned or i,n..,r...i wltblii tb Cor 'orsilon limit f tbe town of Hrowkville, w te i.sessed and ooilsotod hy lbs Msrsnal for said Corporation. Kei . 4. He 11 further ordained , I hat the CUrk leliver the dupllnate to the Count Auditor ol Krsuklln County for tho purp e nf havlag Uta vered uimnthwlat dujill ate for collection. I'assud July Mlb, I "AS. By the order ul Uitt Hoard. Attest, M. W. HAC K, Mswati JutS P. Hältst, tlrk. July II Iw let yCMK l.mCOMS. for medlilnal purpose, only. wo nave in .tore pure run wine, Cognlai ir.inli and Whisky, 1 v . - . . . ...... iy 11 W L. PAMMttllAK A 00. )0WnBK -Juti rscnlvtd t Ktffi Bits sad dan rnw.i.ir July II W, I. f 4 a,,, n 4 n A CO. tr0MMN.-lf you wtult July II W. foo l Vluliii awe I'.nui u. a A Co. NT ATI OK JOHKNI DKIMIY. DBO'D. 1 aflVttlt Ilea s ihts Ulii1arataTiis.il K'K Is herahy wlven ibal th It litta listo 11 m ttltti . u 1 atil A il is I s Istl as I ,,r as.. - si or Joseph Hsiisv, lata of rrankllu t namy. Indiana, due 'd. bnld StSttSa Is sunn .mo, I lo t, In- oltenl. I MUM AM MAHHUX, M$ II Ad,. Inlaw. ..r AOMIKlsrRATMZ'i NOTIOI I KI'IKNM of Adesliilslrsiloa upon th nslato ot II Cnnrad B, hombur, have been granted to Ibe iiidralgnd out of the Court of Common Cleta I franklin County Indiana. Porson iMdebiad must make latmedlata pay neui, and ihn having claims aiutt tl ihum purauam tu law. I he estate Is solvent. July 11 aunAtarti arkoMaaa. Clothing. PO, UAKBR BELLI CHEAPER ARU 11T" l"r t loibing luau any house 111 the mar tel. Ihey also kwop a tno losk of Purulslilng Hoodi.and mskeUarmsnU In ords al tboil un ites. LITflOGBAPHY & IIKIAYIIE. Vlowsofllulldiiigs. L.it,ni, Portraits, lu ploinas.Maita.Nbow Cards, Moles, Drafts, Bills of Ktcbauge.Labols.Ac.As. Ml DDl.l'. I (J A WALLAOI. .clntV5- MU DOE'S PATENT WASHING MACHINE. 'It II K Subscriber sr now msnurBcturluglhUan l qualled MacHlns at Adam' Haw Mill and Hump Factory, on Boar Crook, In Fayette County, on me road leading from Bverton lo I sure I I hey sis warranted to give litfaollon. All tbo; ask is a fair trial of tksin . They kep a la in for delivering them to purchasers. W. T. ADAMS, tyJOiai w. W.CHUMCH. ARRIVAL OF THE SAFE AND SOUND!!!! 8MB IS LOS UK I) WITH mim goods, FOR TYNER ft KIMBLE LOOK OUT FOR NO. 1. INTERESTIRa DETAILS!!! ItYBEH A KiMLK HA VB HKCBIVKU THEIR . early .lock or Spring Oooo. and Isrlie ibe public lo call and eaaniiue for lhmlve before purchasing, ms they can say without loorof con tradiction, that lb purchaser can savsa large In tnre.t on his mousy by purcbsalngof them. Their et I large and wall st le. toil alprtct a lo v as oney call comuiana. Tb SIU.tlrltY AUWI I lo.Vs will 1st o rrosh and seasonable Goods, in It as Cloths, Cassi stores, Twaeds, i. ant, Coiionsde, sstjans. BhlrtlssTSf Mats. Delaines, SbaUba, Borages, Uebagws, Silks. Satin., Collars, Rlsovss. Cbemitoll, Hdk'ls, Lawns, 1 rlmmings. Hon nets. Ribbons Hals, Caps, Hoots, Shoot, Orooorlc, Hardwsre, Iron, Oriiidsloues, and all lb mtll notion son neclud with and necessary lo a complete slock Bp peruinlnc lo lb trad, 'I hey laks In exchange for Ce.ida, al I the current money they can geUboclde all ih broksn bauk not, al L'lociunail prices, together with almost vor) article In tue produce line, AT THS OLD BURTON SI AND. strut IT BOOTS!! 0. SBOOBS. J. HOBtB. BROOKS & NO BIB HAVB OI'BNBD A LARGE BOOT ABO SIIOB STÜHE In Ih room formerly occupied by 1). Pan s A Nea, on Malu Hurgess street, where they will keep on hands a general assortment of Boots and Mi, ics of all aorlt aud sizes, custom made and easlern mad. Air. Brook. beings practical Shoo Maker, and keeping largo number of tbo beat or workmen a I work , can supply cutlt mart with work , to or der, on tborl nolle. Hewlllalto warrant II the esturs work purchased al his store ono sry s-rout ud vantage lo bo secured by buying of them. I'bay couddeutly expect lo mem the patronage of thi county, and therefore expect lo bar ll. T buy keep on haad a full supply of Finding., and Leather, both sols aud upper, of every des cription. Tbey caa lurni.h Shoe .Makers with ery article ihey may wanton short nolle, and al very roaanaable rates, march at IISON AND NAILS. TMIK undertigued have and will al way t keep oa - hand a general assortment of Iron und Ballt, suited to the Ua Je low for cash, ncltt TY.IKH A KIMKI.K. SAMUEL KAHLA TT, BLACKSMITH, MainStrcet,Koutboflha Public Sonars, Kastsld It r noli t illc, I ti ri . ALL KINDS OF BOLTS AND Screws iuad al ibeshorteaiuo liceaud In th bostmsuacr A Lao I nay parlicula ralteatloulu repslrlug sll kind ol Machinery, warranted to bo a well done and at at low in Ices at can bo found any whore In the West malt A V Kirs KILLS, Arbw and ainaulurU sttoocawful rui.ody (or tlic uro of all niiious aiecvvaso CwstivoncwB, Indl iMtitiB. Jaundice, Dropsy, llbeinualisni, Kovrs. Oout, tlamitrs, Norvousite, lrritnbillty, Inflnmina lion. Itsadacao. Paint in th Breast, Klar, Bask, and i .imoa, Komnle Complainta, Ac. Ac. Indect, very flsw ar tit ditoaso In which .1 l'uri(ntlv Miili cine U not more or Una irqtiiicd, nnd nutrh tick nssa and uirr1ng might be provaitted, It harm less but affootual Cathartio War mar frooly Used. No porson oan (sol well wbue a oostlvs habit of body prevail. ; bealdes, it toon urnerale strums and often fatal die, whioh miafnt hav boon avoided by ths timely and jndlrinti nsc nf s good purgative. This is alik tru of Cold. Ksvenah symptom, and Bilious derangement. Thor all tana to hecomo ot produce th deep bob tod and formidable iliatsnnport which load tha near es alt otor the land. llanos s reliable family pbyaic la of the Art important) lo th public haallh, and this Pill hau boon porfrctnd with Consummate skill to m .-. i that demand Aa ttanaiv trial of It viri'iiw by son, and Pationta, haa shnwii any thing hlthertn known of an have hern iTectrd Ix-yond btiitf stan listed by person of sura, e character SS to fiwbid the simple Among Ihr many eminent Ri 'liy.lcinna, l'rufns rfsulta aitrpnaalng i trodltdits. Otrss were thsy mit sub alii I poaltlllll Hill on nf untrutli ntlcmru ivlio )ive testified in favor of lliear IM!, we way mention . Prof. J. M. Locks, Analytics! Chemist, of Cin cinnati. Wweeo high pnifeatMinsl rhararler Is en dorsed by Jork McLsun, Judge nf the Snprrwie Court of tho United Si.,1. . Taoa. CoRWta, Becrotary of the Trsawary. lion. J, M. WaioMT. Uovcrimr of Indiana. N LowowottTH, grat wine grower ol im Wtt Alto, I K J. It 1 HI l.i .i , I'l- In i In mint, of Msw York City, endorsed by Una. t. L Maaev, BeoroUry ufOUt. tv m. B. Asroa, ths richest man in Amorle. 8. LtLAsn A On., Pmftr's ef tii tletrormJilan llotwl. snd many other. I i'l snao pormll, w I giv msnv hundrod eartlitOBso, frum sll post wher tb t'Uls havs bean traod, but cvidsnce stnn mora convincing than the aslttnsnoa af emitton) pttbiis raen I found la thslr !.! t upon Itial. ThOM Pilbt, Ih i ran It of long in 1 1 .tigul n hi and study, arc ofierrd te ths public aa th hwst sad most complete which ths present stats nf madlral aetenr can ainwA They r rompmttided not of th dnist thmaelwe, but of III mrrlMntl ilrtms enly of Vsgrtsld rcsncill, ctlrm ted by chssnjssi prnoms In t ststr of jtarllt, und seniliüvod Bajtihci bt such s niannor a lo Insure the boat results. Trat svalstm of compoalllon for wicdlrlnee ha. lawn found In tas Cherry Pectoral end PHU bulh, m pmduee more cfllolrnl remedy thsn had Mlhert been ot talned by anv bnkvm. Th rteutati Is petfoctly nl toias. IVVille by the old mode of tinpoaHlon, very sjsjsjgshrs I htirdenad with nsnrw or teas or aert- ntonkius snd nj" v tliid , i-y '" mdi vidtiat virtue mrlv D...I i. rleslnrt far tii cbrstive eflect Is preseiH Ml Du im 1 1 nod olmotbnis UUst- Hies of steh ulmtanire amployed srr left behind. Ihe cnrsllvs virtues only .bdirt, teUinad. llanos 11 is elf evident tb eSocts slnriild prove, bs they have proved, more iiwrslv romodtal. and Ihe Pill a urer, mnrt Jwwrrful snlliMe illefii thsn any ntnof medicine known tn Hie wutld. As It Is fresiuonilv ovyiodlaiil thai my medicine should b Iahen under Iii eoitnsel of sn attending PhysMstt. sml st hs cnuld .! mneriv Jona or t remedy wllhotil know lug IIa coinpnsllliWl, I hVf supplied tbe eeeotnic I oro hy wlilrh both 10) PeilorBl and I Ills mt inene in ti PBCtillntiels In llie Cnllod MslOSI lean Provinces If. Iimie.i i tin one who baa not receded thei whole body Of I llillish Aiaet shnuld i.e sty lltof Will be promptly forwardee1 at malt te hit raquesL Of ail tha Patent Medicine thai art offtrod, how few would be In ken If llieil i.inposllloli WB known Their lift itetttl nt thei mytterv I Bojse na mrtlerltt, i he eomposiiio'i ! oiy piepauillnbt is Uild npn lo all men. aad alt who arc e..n.twt. iil In judge on Uta sulilrel freely ki.nwlidjt ifietr rrmrlMBnts tr thflr llllrllt.le li.rflt- I In Client IVetnltl v pemintinced by eeletillfW men turd lei lie before Its llw 1 i lliel.t I'll l a in I ' ill Im i d mi I'llls, and sten mors i nflc Ing tn eertlrV thai Iben will, i fSta tti'lrf' by lh4r sn"ol np TUey eieists b Ihelr imwocl ietomsl vlseetii In ptnlfv Ihs blr into lieeliliv io to"i rttiiius I o in- .. ..ndciliil Meli) sir thing nf ml or will- miii nunc Ii I be lle It hs nf lb Stomaeh, boWcJa, Uvei, I nlhel niuana of thr body, rastitrliig Ihelr iiipkuIio ai tint In hesMa, and by oerrostlng. wtteievar i)ioy nsist, such derange moats aa are wis first oriiem sf dieaa4 Being sugsr wi speed, tboy is pleaasui Ui Isks, snd liolng purely geUble. no liuim . en uiin from tl.. .1 uso In any iuanili) for minute dlresllon. sn wr.ippci .m ihe fim PMKPABKH UV DR. JAM KS C. BR, Prnotli sal tast.i A iiuly ii ul i lu nilai, LOWKl.l., Msvaa. fries 11 Genu per Bei. fi vs Bogst (or ll. SOLO BY UOt UOUII'B HA IK RESTORATIVE. IT HAS WOftBD MIBSOLKS THAT allthe bald aad gray can bs rottorod per fecily lo original growth, o far ss tbetr locks ara coacerusd, doe not admit nf doubt: beeidet, It will sur story noaslhls disease of ths scalp, whether developed a dandruff, Itching, or In th ahapeof eulaneou eruptions avee see Id -head and la ao possible rasa will ll fail or curing, a If by mag's, nervous or periodical hssdscbs. and If used twless wk by ihs young, regularly, H will preserve the color, and keep ihe hair from falling, to auy Imaginable ac Road and Judge. C. H It Otfcs, Vsndllla, Jons I, loot. Paor. W.ino Hear Sir: 1 lake pla.ar la soar ing volanlary testimony lo the et llenc of your Hair Hetlorallve. Ihre months go, my hair was vsr grsy. It Is now s dsrk brown, (ih orig inal color, sasooth snd glossy. Ths only applica tion I have made Pi It, bas been tb Hair Haslora live prepared by yon, aad which, from tho retail In in ) owo as. I rsn most cordlaBy reoo uatsnd tnnthurs. Yours, Ac. EDWARD WOLCOTT. Vlaceanrs, lad., Juaa tl, IS53. RKOF.O. J. WOOD: At ynaaraabaallomaa ufaclure and vend (our reci-ntl) dlscovurcl Hair Kcsiirallvs, I will .tsto, ror whnmsoevtr Ii may eoaoorii, that I hav nsd it, ami know others to at it that I hsvs, for saveral ysart, barn In t k habit of using other Hair Meitorstlvei, and that I ad yours vastly superior to aay oiher I know. -ll oulirsly eloanset tho hsd of dandruff, aad with ne month 's proper ut. will restore any parsns'a air lo ths original yoothful rotor sad tettsre, ivlugtia boallhy, ton and gloasy appearaaco; and a 1 Ihts, without discoloring ths nandt that spply it. or the dress on which ll drop. I would, therefore, recommend its tnt to every OS desir ous of having a flue color aad Uxluro ef hair. Knspocifully, jour., WIL601 KIBC. SI. Loots, Juae 30, 133. PROP. WOOD: At jou are aboui to prepare snd v.Mi. i yosr rseontly dlscovorwd Hair Heater. Hv. and aa you rcqooal my opinion of It, 1 will stale, that in y bslr was, a few month aro, very gray, and a'u r utlag two hoitl of your Hair Bo riorutive, ii rosmned It. original color, aod sine IWtppBwBllOa, II dandruff hat dttappard from my head, sad I hass boon troubled with no dtta grveable Itching or th scslp. I set satlsAfd, that those wbo a It, will not regret it, atltgivetlhe tppearBnc of having been recently oid. I am preparud, therefore, lo recommend Utaoolosll who are desirous of hsvlng a bosutlful hesd of hair. 1 aa, sir, your, otc. H. L. STEWART. PROF, WOOD: My hair bad. for tovnrsl yosri. been becoming prcmsluraly gray, arcompanied hy a harahn which rendered lb consUnl appli cation ot oil necessary in dressing IU Urnen I commenced using your Hair Restorative, about two in onl hs ago, Ii was in that condition; and hsr Ing continued IU use till within lb 11 three weeks, ll bas turned to He ostural color, aad as sumed a solltet and lustre greatly to he prefer red io those produced by the application ol oils nr mi) ollmr preparation I ha vu ever med. I regard ll at an Indisponible, article for ever) lady', tull ei, whether to be used a. a Hair Hesloeatie. or for the simple purpose of dressing or bssullfyliig tbe hair. You ii .vu permission lo refer lo me all Wbo entertain any doubt of lu per formingaU that Is claimed for It. MB. C. BYMOMfS., ClaataaattaO., Feb., 10, iSVi. Watertowo, Ma., May I, SM. PKOP.O. J. WOOD: Allow mo v attest the virtues and magic powers of your Hair KetWira. tue. Ihre mouth since, being exceedingly gray, I purchssed, and soon comruonoed louse, two bottle; aod it soop began to U li, In restoring the sl Iver lock lo their ualiv color, and Ih hair, wim b wa before dry aud harsh and railing off, now bo sine soft ano gloasy. and llcad tailing, tb dandruff disappeared, and the s ulp lost all the disagreeable Ilching, to annoying before, and bow, I uot only look, but tool young again. CHARLES Willi NEY. V r Sold at 114 Mark, t street, St. Loatt. Me. All Broadway, Bew York, and by all DruggtsU everywhere. All kind, of family patent medt-el-io for sale, on th best possible term, sl Pro fessor Wood' oalabl Ith iunt, 114 ..ark et street St. Louis. jr 7li. V. Jobnttonis sole agent for Brook vlllei april 11 FRANKLIN MACHINE SHOP, AT THE BROOK VI LLE COTTON FACTORY. WILL BIRCH, MANUFACTURER OF SEVERAL SORTS OP Straw snd Feed Cntten, Pump, Com Sbsl lert, Horas Powers, Turning LaUies, Ac All klod of Patent Machinery made and fitted to order, at short notice. Wheels and Scrowa'rul to any pilch or pailern. Stocks, Tap apd tn) made loonier. Strict attention glreo to repair ing Steam Kngloo, Mill Ooaring, and all kind Machinery. Caalings rarnlshod i.t short anile . Term Kessonsble. Cssb paid for old Iron, Hntts snd t opart. u mll37kch.. HOOT A Ift S.kOE.tl. WE hav on hand a good assortment of Boot Short. Sllppert. Gallert, Butklnt, Hoys. Mis os and Chlldrons. A I so Mr. Hurrl's celebrsts Hutklnsand Hot, at cssb price. oetlU TYSEK A KIMULE. CINCINNATI. s. jgaaisos. I. se-rrasritLO s-.cbaaa. jiiiiKs. imunEiiii tun ai saIBs.t aAats I I U IV HO I. ES A I k 8rB0&BB3g w,rr MvTlIl.'SaVIJ.ÄKSfvIVllr, Ana Nn. 9 aiatlt Btrcei cacijnrATi. o. SO.SMrOB,JB. a. e. asassws. ef ae ittat as a SAMPSON & CO., iwrosrSB. at Basis asm rtiltttt, ulavs ataatt (s..a.war, BoM Main Slrost, Idoort below third, asay illy CIBOIBMATI. JOB THY. a. w. tit. TAIT & SON, OOffliBISSlOIff MEROHaVNTS, uaa seat. s i PRODUCE, ft: tB Welstni ai.,c irlnrtntl,0. Ur, Kgga, oratn, FeelBers, Brlod Hruit., pot. lo. Onions, Sic Liberal i'AAH advanaiats statt an eensiga- BteeAt. Orders for nrnearlss and Manufactured Aril lea solicited sad tiled on the most favorabl btrnts. avayiny HENRY FALLS, a urn tula s n n a 1 1 ' CARPET WAREHOUSE, B. It Bast Fourth Street, between Mala aad Syc amore Streets, t'lnrlnnatl. O., VtBOW KBCEIVIBO A LAlHB KlO(:BOF JL English snd American Corsets, t'urttla I i, OIICIotlia.As. Ar .for the fail trade. I whleh h rwspe null) Invito lb aitsatlon of the pnbi ., Hep It ly--par 111 OB tl sa rasas easi ettrrn JACOB BISASaCO. a asi rasTteaeat or sa taomui nttuui w CLOTHING, HHI&T8, DRAWKRH. tV TRCNKH, Me. It Pearl Stswet, ciaclaaail. Ohio, fsb M ly WENTWORTII "FFRO'Ss. 19. nFBABLITBRBr, rlBCIMMATI.OHIO, sruiui mm goods WtlavltalhaattshUnn of rountry erebantsto ar astsntlvs stock nf Psnry anil si-uil Dry (Jr.. ..Is Having for several years Imported dlmri fmsi the most celeb ratd MsnMiaetueeratn r ..r,i., , i ktving s resident psrtner In Bee Vork, we afs enablud lo ogr t cash ami reeponslbla bwysrs, Snsurpassed Inducements In prices, styles. Ar. febTCp WBB I ntlNTH BHimiEMI. sasantnasskBawMasaftsBjisBSHW KitANciH tnn-tsoif. iMfoaTta tap Msavesoreaeter ÜigiirM, Tobacco ittul HnufT, DKAI.I II IN Leaf ToImmto, R.ttMalnairwl.bwtwMBta and at v. Nlgti "I ll,., In.ltaii ( loci r'M-INN A I I. Mil (l Bov.t.lT last llry. S. & H. RÜFFNER, Maaufai lursrs and linalsrato P A P E 1 snd Wholesale ami Hetall GROCERS, 1. 1. 00 B. Wlf Till BOW a PIAILITB, inciNNan, o. gprhe highest market prlee paid fur BAUS 01.0 MtiPk ami other paper slock. aev UMiy Aaron A. Colter, UNOCBktV fHOOUCB ABU COMMISSIOB y www H.R.COHNBHOF NKVBBTll ABU MAIN STS. tllNCIMMATt, OHIO. Bar At. n-tyr . JJli BlOrSEIIS.CO. si'issMuaa to J. n. a c. Josi;t, Wholooale OoaUrtla DRY GOODS, V o. 19 Pearl St., Cineinaati." i ..... jsjnsajs "- 4 mil ii. .ion, -, . ( slob Jon, Geo. W. Jwaos. IF. 0. Huntington, Ii I. Jone, mar is ly P. BT üMSTED, No. 82 Sixth St. bet. Walnut & vine, ClNCIlfHATI, OHIO: Th most ettensivo and beat Manufacturwr lu tho Unltod Stales. ORIOIBATOK OF ALL BBW SI'VLKB! Has taken tho highest prewluiai al all ihe Kthibl tlontl Bnyt tb best malen Is cheap for cash, which anabios Lira to soil SUPERIOR WINDOW BLINDS AND SHADES, a i-low at othtrststl InloHorartiovts, PA I.t TBI) and Olli SHAUBSof hoautllul dostgtis. BCPP and W HI rK Hollaad Khada, Trimming. Fixtures Ac. STOHK MIA HKS palalodand Ullcrod to or der. Ksaairisg and Johatag Isgoearal atteoded lu promptly. ma. IUI; X Qtsst . Hoorf NO. 342 MAIN ST. BETWEEX 8TH, AM) 9 TN. KKKFason.ianily onhand a beaut If ni assor moat of HATS AND CAPS, op he motfSihlrishla aiad. II Invltas bit old frleadtaiUroohvllloio giv i.ime oall wheu ihey vi.ltthe city. May 7. ti3 1 jr. THE STODART PIANO. SIM TH & NiXOM, CINCINNATI, OHIO, Agent for the most eelehrated maooftvelerles of the t'fltoo, dlro to call the alleoiloa of bayert parHcahiriy to tb sbnvs set brstedinstra meats, ol which ihy couaiaully keep a pladldawri- ment no hsn J . FOB SWKBTBBM. OUstlTV, 4X0 11 iUTI UtTOttt roe, as or gmtrnwo sot a toss and ttss. asttcacr or asutaaita, raars -Tton or rtirtsw, two mi ear uaasitm. TII U STODART PI A Ml IS L'BSURPASSKD. Piano Hall,Bo?0t Fourth tl., near Viae, dse M ly S. BtRTLSTl. H.a. ttiitttt. B. Bartlett & Co., Commission and Forwarding Mer chant. sacrstTi'Baas or Vlrohol, iimphrne, PfcatesreBM and lluriilu I luid. Bo.SS Wt Front l , Clnelonatt, Ohio. Lluioed Oil, Urd Oil. Castor (Ml. Alcohol, atsy ISly Spit. Tnrpantlne, Potash Pruil Potaah, White Lead, t'andlt'S. March, aap, Clue. he. COATS & CilRISTOl'IIER. MlSliraiK'BKBt Ot Phnatretie, Cainplit Bc, Uurning FlulsJ nnd Nplrlt Urn: ALSO, ALCOHOL OF ALL ST&E1GTH8, Refined Charcoal for Rectifying Whisky, and Pare Spirits. Pftp bp PioMttt Lane, WtlstnaaLs ana KsT.lt, .No, College hnlldlng, Wslnul St., East side, between Pourth and Plflh StreeU, m-.ytaiy CISCISJI ATI, O. wa. s. rstie h o. g.cnstmss. J.B.WTBSS. e.WTBSg. FRENCH, WYNNE & CO.. I in porter and Wholesale Dealer In FANGY DRY GOODS MAirOTACTUÄZES OF WOOLEM HOaTJEKT, Mo. It Pearl St.. between Vino A Race, mar Illy CIJriNS ATI. DlllME iv CO., I tu pariere aad Jobber in sT.'dn-Wrd-. a. VI tteMMi Jr TKI.i:V AN'J f l VC iOODB, No. 13V Main Street, uoder Oomtncrcltl Bank, CUolnnatl.O. JOWalcb Makers' Toebj sad Material. Nor.ll,l853,s7--iyr. CINCINNATI. BELL k ms& FOUNDER. LKAD, ZIMilGOPVm, t-ocat jnß ajk?ja atjaiajBanm Mne. mm JJKT4 M tsVatotT W Trtfimmi Ssa s. 1 1 a'sWT'wsai- vMFsena-" ssssawS odKogland. aor 7 If ,0'roNNOR k BROTHER, woetotsts aaaussa te raatlwrl A Mat afJatJa'aW BSTf MM1. BO. SI PEABL IT g BT, aKTWBJUl TB8 ASM RACK. C1NC1N1HATI. O. march? t; OAY & MAT LACK, WHOLESALE DEALERS IB tafle an raa-cv I) Y (K)0D8. fcCt ru PP.AKLIT..BBT. VtstBA BAC BO bacb ara. mar 7 ly curcniATT, ta.r. B. ass.it. T. B. HARRIS, lHII'lilUSTt'APOTHECAIY, "- k. ass. r a aala ar... CINCINNATI, 0. PETER NEEF fc 80N8, HARDWARE Dr.ai.F.ttn. Ho. PeaillSt bet-.Ttoe tlace, CINOINNATI. 0. sssrrh ? ly M. Hirst. n h miPllÄN av rn si. i'i v ill i m;iii mV JJt rsmmiitlst a Ctrwsrtlag MK11ÜUANT8. nBsasrais,iSB A.t. Hlfftasa tie. A II i on wel I a Sons . ; OehrgerJlBeaeile Liberal aah Miiaseau staAo oo seswlSTW tows-is-i,,. eastasajjsswaseajn IXttT A ail.iaNKD Iff lata. PBBl A SONS', 0BllilNAI.N0. 1. HDYlffi IHIOUJOU. , eri w a i. mit t mkr r , Sst Hide h.t. Bib A Tlh "U .mestdsswf Orth of "wsssn et, noaet," i lattnasii, otla. IVwmlb long pear ll ihst w have Ihst we have bad Saw n.ariy im ywai te aar) sod war. we OS Bt aod In thl elt fwr ths. as lata roartaoa rears, wa faal iu.eS.laal la, it.. . M r . ' I -...wi , ivinBiiwi en ewawsw Ulrastat la ear aavwwtti ao dwoo in tao wtef stele a I., I nur .. nivu win wetw per eeei I.e i sshw .oo Man ntaMtwi .. tat than aar t'llr. (i ii i hi. am rye wort and rintnig A 11.4 141.. la M..I K.uldiahment in II A eel. wenllsmeea ri.ehmg rsssv s- rt.Hh.ng ..e ovate i. u. neat sssllk l)i.s.et.l'r.p.,arweh. Print--hsw...p..plla..d MaoWoa oat dytag. Tabl atd Ptao (....re -- - ... at sills, I...iesstlk l)i..e..'r.p.,areh. frlaw o mmw aiai. ih,a I r.m e le ned wltho! dying ------ ( s...l. . la ....II., MMblaar) WithoOlrlpplBaT snd IS Colors rletned per (eel. Dreaeee area ailnra far eisOtV Thl.lt lb eulv live Hawse Isval ,n, ..i . their wars la a . seen wied.w Hi., u bd hwaa . ,-..w- ... ui.'i, weiv gives IB r-BW-W-W-W iui. ui to us. in aecordiag bt their non whieh Is ihe beet Pyerl the CH . HATS AND CAPS. artaiav arvMca. w a introdoesd oar Spriag Stylo of Hata. . evTvrwi ssa own OSaSaiiroi atfloa isf Bp, nn The edy , Pebrwary etat. VY have aw besiiatloii la aa) lug thai na have fodored s IUI hi, h A..:.. iS-TT " . is -- H.i i,ii,n ia aa) lug last we A iirod.Krn Hat hirh i sen..: be sarestasod b B.A UTif u P Haa.tiN . stt.Maa hca op pi Hi Bud lb a .fi.es. msnuer In wbleh It tl lb bt I inr INM nurf st HUrsiSt 5. 13 Mslt lt., WgMtidt, doer. uL m, laetatiaii.u. aasrisly UTIIU. UI ,li IMPUttTKKa ANO WHOIUAU OBAUUta l.t swear sajssnsPrtea er FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC It AUW It AHt:,(!TLKaV,VlSSAc Na. Td nnln ktreei, near Pearl, CIHCOTTATI, OHIO, s. j. taraaan. e. t.aotawsa. j, ter-ro. OUa STOCK for ths tprtag trade, atatalr of ear Importation, or diraet fro ta Aatarleaa Msnuiaciur.rt. is now very boa and ootaplets. IM4N 4l.lt Ih. t -m. . ,, 1 ' . vy an anaspiots , aad aessanal at rtiBlly ollc larch 1, te Hs , - 'mmmw awl, www ptHBStl SS- aatlnatioo ef htoak aad prioas rospostfally soil)- I Mnnnnatl, March 1 iilmiT n iiiiius HORSIEY& BHIBR, FROAT STREET, MET. WESTERN ROW AND JOHN. CINCMNA Tl. OHIO. Dealers in all kinds ef Lemnerand naauu'er tnrers es Haah, Doors, BlinaW, Window Frarnoa, Moaldlaea, Baaa Fi Is tors. Weather Boswdiaf. Wkltosnd Yellow Ptao Vloortaf, Sholriag for Stores, PaUInf far Pea caa, Boards planed onboth sldet.of vartoat ihlrknoe talUblc for the tnalde tnlsh ofaoaas. 1 alaewlab I lahmem will be found " ' i f glial teaeet to persont hallding la the eoaatry, a tboy can be applied here with all taa stsiorlslt roady made oi lumber, lb .. roughly toowd for taWaalnä bouaet. lu Hie Lumber Vrd oooneeted with Uie eautdlah ment there Is kepi for aale an etleaalvu assortwvni of Lustimr for all " "-is ssrssin Bash primed ndglaied.eoBstanUv oa haad All onere peenttlly attrnded t I KK wfi ( ISN NOT. II, I lO.T7 7-irr. GiiQiun mm tins. Western. Rear nep. Cnthnrlsta at. T. WHITE k SON. T"nd heiall d.alers lo Porelga TuoIeiortca!! Marale. Mean men It Tombs. Head and Pitltlsass i sots lops, r euro lot tirav .ota, and vt olborartlctee. tiiurastllsfaeUon will be given to sll wen nivoeiog as with ihelr order W ploy ie bt si wort , and at at prtcwa lower tana aay it t.er Yard. Cap aad Kills oa hand . Uur Agent for Brook. vlllo. tt Mt. Jsato hstss dj who wlllsttend loallorders. M."sTwm & CO, M ARUPACTURBRS DBALEKS IE wiwAww Bkttaslno, tMl ClwUt, CnrdU. Taaaela, mssseo, Bntf mm Wteltn U ist ear nltsvae Linens, nasi Car. tmka latatnrt ala. Wholesale aad Retail WLadew Shade da Oil Cloth Str m. VO. " C0LLB8I HALL, WAjJTOT IT roüBTH an) rim. aprUl (inctnnaU.O. D. A. BRADLEY. SVCCBSBOK IO Hit A DLF.V It OTHER tt. Wholeaatc and Ksteil litiiii. HAVING just retcrsod froa Iba last with a II Isrgw and vaetwd etook of twa Woahis and Rich Jewelry Comprising aa eeeortsaent of ' KW A Ml BBAÜTI PUL STYLES' which I will nter lo lb old customer of Ui late. Braa al satisfactory nriewa. Call awd saw st N . W . Career Poena A Mala, c Inaelewait . O . 4 FIRE WORKS, c AifDnta, aim aid nun, whole- nsVLB AJT9 XXTAJL BT JOHN fi. MYERS, aoSttti Mstabirwet, bot. Plflh aad Sixtb.Wee Bide. CINCINNATI. tT All orders promptly tlftd aad parAtfet warrantedfull weight. Sor. 11,1853,47-1 yr.