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A NIWSPAPBR--C0NTAIN8NG A BRIBP SUMMARY OP THE LATEST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC INTBIUGENCE.
BTMAN A AMERICAN 'eaOOOOO Wttii v.trra. to limit tum 1.1W. mm e.vea mrtft , aäö NMii4Uiti., T. A. GOODWIN. Editor VIIIAT. rKMHI Ml 7. A Good Second hand Hone Pow r for Ml at this Offlce. Call aoon if yon want a Power for Threahing, Grinding. Shallmg, or Catting A few eoplei of tat TRIBUNE ALSAHAO, for 1867, for sal at Oil elot. Friot, 1ft cents 1. Tit rate Board. In n UOT tUfgtiw), has ifTon Ul most. UlUf.irtory fXH ing hcm Mi-i -op, havii cheapn of tho meat. rrrllMl. corxMHM wHh a preaUium on imefmln fel- i regard to th Die broed of Jfteo Chi tar e1 'e Form late Matt Aof lux ClRu o OllKUtCAfTI.K, hog and sheep mint ba reported. A N)TOl u . Senator C raren of Jefferaon ectwty, introduced a bill lost week, Man amend ment to tho Temperance bill, requiring that Initead of a llcens to tell, those who want to drink should be et the expenso and trouble of procuring a lieente, and, having a license may keep drunk all the time. Tliü I .til passed to the second rea dhif . If it bNNMi a law, won't there be a time of 'granting licensee? If It Met uueb, eons body will make money. Amertrasi (rtnllan. The last Contention of the American party was held in Indianapolis, Tuesday HtbiMt. But fiw attended. We think there ware not sweaty. We could not count half that of those who had gone there to attend the convention. We have opposed, from the first, the formal ion of an Amerloan forty, though the leading iaVa of Americanism, is on for which we have been contending for years, and shall eontinoe as long at wo live. Wo invito foreigners of all names to our shore, but wa invite them to become Anmieaiu, not to foreignite us. The following is the platform adopted. A Impel any on can stand on It It la ve ry general quit comprehensive. Wu am too democratio to endorse its tariff no. tiona and too fond of free speech to object to agitating the slavery question or any other question. Any question that wont bear agitating wont do for the people of this country Oar motto te aoitatk ! AGITATE 1 1 We hav no notion of al lowing any set of men to make encroach -raenta upon our right and then try to make us grin and bear there, by professing to abhor agitation. Don't agitate, theeryofthu South from while they hav constantly opened agita tion themselv. It la all right to agitate on their aide but we must bo mum. Gen tlemen, w stand not on that plank. The following la the platform I anoixTiofft. RaaoLVlD, That as the American par ty In Indiana, we endorao and adopt the following declaration uf Principles : lei. That the Federal Union being the en'y safeguard of American liberty, every era patriot should devote his best ener gia to Ita paeervation. gd. That as our mpublicau fathers foe It neceeeary to make mutual concession and aaeriflcee of private opinion and Indi vidual prefraca, in order to form a mom perfect I ii ion, so should we, their deecen dents, be willing to make individual sacri floee to perpetuate it. 3. That while w seek to vludicate our own rights, w should bo careful to respect the rights of others. To this and w ahould abstain from all interference, Individually or collectively, wüli the la titutions of other state, domestic or otherwise. 4th. That slavery is an institution with which we have no sympathy whatever, and that we are opposed to its extension beyond its present limits, and it political agitation. 5th. That th Constitution of the United State ahould bo honored and rcs speeted, and sll laws, joint resolutions, ordinances, or compromise of whatever character, coming within it provisions should be obeyed and faithfully executed until the sums shall be amended, repealed or pronounced unconstitutional by the su preme judiciary of the country 6th. That sound policy and the public Interest demand that tb Creaoral Oo von: ment should foster commerce, encourage enterprise, and protect as far as yuaail.'.o the live and property of lis ciilion. 1 this end, It is the duty of Congress, from time to time, to make liberal appropria tions for the Improvement f our rivers end harbors, and to afford substantial aid In the prosecution of other great works of Internal Improvement of a truly National eharuoter. Ttb. That the protection of American industry, by th Imposition f fair discrim inating duties upon foreign good Imported into our country, is Just as muoh tho duty of government now, as It waa thirty year ego, when General Jackson thought It was high time we should boooroe a little more and Instead of feeding the laborer of Euro., feed our own. Time may have modified somewhat, hut not changed, this great American pciaaH- Pa. 8th. That It la wholly incompatible with the genius and spirit of our Aancri ean institutions to permit aliens to exer cise the right of suffrage, and hold ofilce or place under tho Federal, State or Terri torial Government. Uenco tho Consti tution of Indiana ahould be so amonded m to limit the right of suffrage, and u. hold office, to those only who arc citizens of the United States, either by birth or natulalisation, according to the laws of Congress. 9. That while we will preserve the right to every man of worshipping God accor ding to tho dictates of his own conscience, wo are opposed to any foreign Influence, whether religious or political, with the af fairs of this Government. 10. That the best interests of the Government, State or National, will bo subserved by a free, full and unreserved Investigation into any and alt alleged abu se of public functionaries, and in holding them to the exercise of a rigid economy in all poblie egpendttur. Kaaeaa In fsrs. The House of Representative passed a bill last week by a majority of twenty, re pealing all the lawa of Kansas, declaring the present Territorial Logislaturo spuri ous and providing for a new election. Al though there la little reason to hope that the Senate will concur in this action, it is nevertheless of considerable itaportaaoo as an indication of the increasing strength of Just sentiment in regard to Kariea. It would bo a fortunate event for the coun try, and for the incoming Administration, if the So 1 1 au. would cooperate with the House in thus removing tho most formtda ble obstacle to the restoration of peace lu Kansas, aud on of the moat fruitful source of ill-feeling ami nintei.tt.in In the Union at larg- The sincere friends of . Mr. Uuchannan cannot ut dbrnVe such a eoneumation. flssnn. Jackson Lynn ha added to his carriage manufactory tho manufacture of saddle snd harness, In their several departments. He ha employed Mr. Atereason, an expe rienced and com jetent worlcman.and'prom Ise to render satisfaction to all who patro nise him. In the carriage department, Mr, Lynn has already acquired a reputation that secures him tho patronage of the judges of a good carriage. Give him a eel). A Learae. Unrk. Professor Pierce, of Cambridge who has been delivering a course of lectui es before the Smithsonian Institute on "Potential Physics," it is said, has a work on math ematics nearly ready for publication which is so learnedly written that there is but one man iu the world, besido himself, who will bo able to read it, and that learned pundit is a Russian! This, of course, will be one of those hook without which no gentleman's library will ho considered comp'.ete. Bird at tili 1.1.1. rn liMtlimti. iy aurua Raymond, a. d. The Academy of Natural Soieuoe, at Philadelphia, has just contributed to the science of Ornithology, by publishing an able and interesting paper from our towns man, Dr. Haymoud, giving catalogue of the birds of this region. A careless ob server would hardly suppose that so inter esting a book could Im made of so volatile a subject. The Doctor haa enumerated and lcscriled 143 birds, aivina their an- pearancc, habits, itc. Thanks to the Doc tor for a copy of tho book. Npanlelt tnnrir. Tho bill In regard to Spanish quarter, bit and tips haa boon amonded and passed The amendment provide that for th space of two vear it shall lie lawful to pay out at tho Mint the new cent author ised to lie coiiM'd for tho fractional parts of the dollar at their nominal value of twenty-fire cento, two hre-and-a-half, &c. It bae been 'oscortoinod that th Spanish coin which aro not defaced or clipped are in reality worth something more than the American. The object seems to ho to drive out of circulation the smooth light i pier m so common in small dealing, but it is wisely concluded that iu doing thi there i no necessity for a snddeu movement, which can only enure to the benefit of speculator. All hang in the value of th cirrmlatlii" medium should he made with proper deliberation, and this seems to be the courao prescribed by tho bill, as amended. We can not learn at what price they are to bo received by Post Masters, hot we presume at tho former rates. t every Iteocct, a rare ladv. f, very liunu . i, ah, and with only the c ue and Imiructioaje of a widowed mother, living lu an obsctrre country village, en joying no other educational facilities than it afforded, never away from tho scones of her childhood, except on very short visits, and these very few and not distant, she hud attained, at about tho age of 20, a re (Station sa a writer of proae and ootry, that few ever attain. It was the least of thoughta and the least of her ambition when she bogan, that hor fugitive pieces would ever be in a hook. Most of her earlier productions appeared llrt iu the American. Such was their tnsrit, that tho best Magazines and literary paper sought her contribution. Her poetry is now In a book, nor boloved mother ha confer red a real benefit upon the public by her industry (n this work. It is from the press of Moore Wilstach dc Co. Cin cinnati. Dr. Keel v has them for a1o at a dollar. We regret that the volume I not accompaulod with a likeness of the author. Tranpcrnnr l.rglalallon. When at Ind ianapolis last week, Judge (londin, chairman of tho Herat,, IVmp- erancn committee, rend to ua the draft of the bill which he was to report to the sen ate in a few days. We very candidly gave the Judge our opinion of its merits, and wo aro quite a willing to make that opinion public. It i our opinion that any man who votes for that bill,or any other of similar character, secures himsolf an unenviable dischargnfrom further labor a'. a public, man, except in the few counties In which drunkards and drunknrd makers predominate. Tho bill is essentially the lawa It axis tod prior to tho law of lSftS, though more objectionable to temperance men than any law over existing in Indiana. It Is a H cne late! That of itself is onotijh to condemn it, iu tho minds of all truo tem perance man. No license ran inako a thing right that is inherently wrong. Hut worescrvo hat wo have to say on this subject, until after the bill or Its sub stitute Is passed. Wo shall then take such a course a the rircumstanoea may roqulrc. We can only promise BjoW, to. fudge Good ing and his co-laUircrs, such notice, from time to time, as will certainly keep them before the people. If thoeopln of Indi ana aro prepared to return to the license system, wn are mistaken. We know they are not tho words of politicians to tho contrary notwithstanding. loi : in; but that vou have Feb loth, 1357. Mu. Km rug:! have not seen a num ber of you paper, the AauaicAN, for a ) just boon informell tly published in it a paragraph, stating that I am a candidate for tho Presidency of Indiana Asbury diver sity, in ca the present inctimlont, Dr. Curry, should resign. I write now to re quest you to contradict that statement, by publishing this mHo. lam not and have not beeti a candidate for this office. Moreover I am not uwuro that I have ov er uttered a word from which an inforenco of this hind could bo drawn. Please, therefore, tu eink tho amende hotioraUe, a public as you mud the statement of udliph f e.imi 1 lie Y.mrj .tr.t ! Ii ftt. a ' lUlAjOl ft. ju. ft. uu.vijmi.v Of course, Jlrother Ilragdou, wt will ' P01' moke tho correction. No one, howovcr. ever thought you were a candidate in tho sense ef desiring the poat, but your friend who know yon, have designated you, There are many who think you eminently ipialified, aud nothiug that you will lie likely to say will change their opinions, oven if tho Board should look elsowhure. Those who know you, know you to bo In capable of leeking that or any other place. Ifltr 331 rut ion. OCrDr. Kane, th Arctic Ex plot er, died at Havanna, on the', 14 th I net. OOJ, D. Hoadand Ksrj. moved to Indi anapolis lost week. 0yTh next meeting of tho Agricul tural society for this county will be on the first Saturday of March. fjr Those who get up club for the Ameriemn must romember that the cosh must uccompany tho names. Q$r Mr. Crampton, late British Minis ter at Washington, has been appointed her majesty's representative at Lisbon. (O" Mr. George Bowlby of Harrison ng to Kansas .this spring, as a settler. 03r Fruit-growers will please notice the Ifty sie A BVKIil-ONB m.tN t Al.l.I.HIt A duel wss fought, nsar Cadar Grove, In this county, a short tlmn'ago, In which one man fall. A drunken doetor, lmcm ingtrouhleaomn at the grocory, waa treated rather unkindly, considering how good a customer h had long been. Tht quarrel resulted in a challenge from tho Doctor, whoa Armor bad been wounded, which wa accented by the liquor seller, and aeo onds soon prepared the partlea for the field of combat. The weapona chosen were ti tle, to b loaded with ball, and the dist ance some 40 pace. At th signal, tho doctor shot the Inpior seller's gun snap P"d Another trial was made, and down came lbs liquor teller, trembling and kick -ing, apparently dead, or dying. Having avenged hi Aonar, the Doctor rook to his house, bade a hasty farewell to hi family and friends, got out his horse, and was ma king hot baste to dert to parts unknown, whouuusseugrs arrived aud informed him that his antagonist was not dead- would probably recover. It turned out thai the toconds did not put a ball in either gun, und the liquor seller was not shot ut all, unless ho a as shot in th nock by his own liquor. The almost fatal termination of this "affair of honor" cured the Doctor of his duslliug propensities, and he now receives the fatal shots from his worst foe, without any re sentment but to tell him to shoot again. I'rtsars for th Mnttl! It is now evident that politicians think they have "crushed out" the spirit of torn Iterance that prohibition is an "obsolete idea." They are mistaken. There is no queatiou moro deeply rooted in tho heart of tho people none living and growing more vigorously. Tho present Legisla tur will either do nothing or uis a most iniquitous license law. Let us be ready to welcome that law to a warm contest. Let it friends mako the best of It, but let the friends of humanity determine to have a law that will afford protection to the lives of our citizens. Be ready to roftd and expound the law, and trout it ns it deserves. For one, we shall not cense to agitate this question u hils wn are ablo to agitato anything, utile thor is put on our statute books a law thut will uncondi ttotktlly dry) every tloygrry m the land. nllvlan in in... A few weeks ago a member of the Ohio legislature from Hamilton Court, in th initiation of Bully Brook struck follow member, in the houso, for words spoken In debate. Ho was promptly ! iellnd. But tho party that lauded the as sault of brooks ilalermluod to sustain Slough snd rolniko the House, by return ing hltn. lie had been elected by a ma jority of 2, aOlt and every influence was used that could he, to rot urn bint but he wo defeated by a small majority though, through frand ho obtained a certificate of election. Tho Enquirer true to It in llncta, urged hi election, but tho people of even whisky-ruled Hamilton county repudiated him. TUo party th leader, will descend to any trick will sustain bullies or drunkards any thing; but the people the masses will not, We honor tho Democrat who refuse to vote for drunkards and gamblers ami bullies, almp ty because their inaatersurdor thsm to. Bailiff. EifaMslr tfa rotrsmrr ('url, HOT Nathan Davis, $J2,60 W. A. Quick. M. Batzner J. L. Caae, . . F. Dartell,.. B. F. Quick,. Simon Bath,. W. P. Woodward Wm, Robeson Geo. Chapman, John Samuels, R. Price, W. A. J. Glidowcll Ul.UO 1,50 34,00 26,00 24,00 26,00 2,00 2,00 4,00 2,00 7,60 2,50 105,00 In addition to the above, John Samuels was allowed 20,38 as Juror, whon notser viug as bailiff. KXriMSE rOtt Tili: I A N I AllY Tl. um, 1857. 1'ranns Burtclls $'i'J,00 W, A. Qui k 20,00 Emery Olidewc'l 22,00 W, l'. Woodward 0,00 J. ,L. Cass, 18,00 I tobt. I'rieo, 18,00 106,00 Tb expeneen under the lato Sheriff, for the February term of 9 days, in IHM, wore $120. Tho Court was iu session thi term 15 days, which, at th rates of last year, would have coat $216, while Glide- well spent only ftjtio, showing aaavlugof 50. The exponas of the January term, 1860, was $176, this year $100. Wu lavs no doubt that men of all partie will ap plaud ftShvriff Oliitowelt for reducing these heavy expenses. SJsMMt BoMsplnr. Th Independent Order of (lood Tem plars in this plane, Is In a most prosperous and nourishing condition. There aro at present, about one hundred and twsnty-Uvu member, in good lauding, belonging to tho Order, and at nearly every regular meotingof th Lodui numbers ar iuithv ted aud others are projioscod for member ship. At a mooting or tne Lodge, on Monday evening last, twenty-seven prop ositions for memtwrship wore presented Besides these soms four or fiv persons haviug certificates of membership from other Lodges, presented them, asking to be received into this Lodge, thus making a total of application for that night of thirty-one. Wincltesttr Journal. We regard the Good Templars as the most efticiout Temperance Organisation iu the State, and we believe a lodge should be forthwith organized in every township, if not ovary school district in tho Stat. Tho people must take the temperance question out of tho hands of politicians. They intend to have a prohibitory law, and they will have one. Host Oflco Discontinued. Wo aro informed that tho Poat Ofilce at Belfaat, Clermont county, lute boon dis continued. The circumstance, wo are informed, are as follows: The Postmaster there rusigued lately, and recommend od his successor. Tho Post master General wrote to some oQioial In Uatavia, inquiring into tho qualification of tho man who was recommoudod as a successor, aud also his polities. Tho olli cial written to, made reply that the man lecommendod was ovory way qualitled for th position, but in politic ho wa as American, aud was supposed to havr vot ed lor FrameuU There being no other applicant, the Poatmaster General discon tinued the ofilce. Tho office is an impor tant one, being directly on thu crwaaiug of two mail mutes, and u laro community around depending upon It Cin. (ha. it,-. What of that? What right have peo ple Hi. it can't keep at least one pro-tdavery man among them. Temperanne In nur t ouiiirjr, Mi. KniTon : I have been cngagod in the temperance cause in Indiana, for tho last twenty-live or thirty years, and con sequent!) have seen It In all Its stage, and watched It in all it progress. I have seen It In Its moral, and in Its legal influ ences; and I am fully satisfied, that wo cannot have any thin;; like a final triumph of tho cause, without a good and practicable prohibitory law. Much ha been accom plished, and much may yet bo, by tho . i - . i .i .I .i... social ana puruasiveinniioneos,imit nave been brought to bear upon society. Rut still it must I o inanife I U all, that there is a portion of community, both of prodtt sors, ordralors, and consumors, who never can be reformed but by restraint of law; tho former for want of principle, and tho latter for want of moral power. Rut tho grave question Is, how shall ths thing bo brought about arc the peo ple ready for it would they sustain such a law if we bad it ? Some assert that they would hot, while other say they would; and both refer e tho past history of our Htato as proof of their positions. Our drunken Governor takes tho former josi tion, and refer to the vole of tho State as proof; while the friends of the moastiro take the latter, and refer to the workings of the law we bad, wbilo it had any ex iatence, und tho general satisfaction ex pressed of its manifest good, in lessening the amount of drunkenness In our coun try. That a notable work was wrought for a time, and nil the time of tho lawa being in force, and until it was des troyed by the opinion of those high In le gal station, no man can honestly deny. But the law has been repealed, and 1 pre sume we will have to realir.e all tho hon ors of free whisky again, and this I hopo will be the case unless wo can have a pro hibitory law, for 1 am well satisfied that there is no middle ground to stand upon. A license law with all the guards that can lie placed around it, has no advanta ges over free liberty to sell by as many at may desire to do so; and the existence of ucb a law, w ould only delay tho time of success, by being In. the way of a prohibi tory on. But tht great question now is, how ia thlato la effected ? Will our Rep resentative In tho Legislature gtvo us such law? nr, not uiilosw wo instruct them to do so. The people must speak out up on the sul jeet, and then, and nut till then, will they act for u in the mattor. But will thoy lead off In thla work, and try to got the people to endorao such measure? no, thev will not even do thai, unless tho bar strung evidence, that it is aoon to be the popular side, for you will (lud thai pol ilitiotis ar like tradesmen, thoy wnrk for their customers, and seek to accommodate their taste. Thoy will not bring an nrtU oio into the market that is so much out of fashion, us not to he likoly to sell. Poli ties these day, have no principle, they are mere i ..mniodities; the holder uf them go Into tho market, and offer tin m for sale to tho highest bidder, and thoy will bring Into the market w hat ever tba pen. pi order. Who then, wo ask again, nr to prepare the public mind for tins - I and Important lelorm, to tlits I answer the tontperanoa men theaasetv they must go to work, not only in their halls ami temperancii organisations, but in the communities at large; they must wake up the masses on the subject. And it is not with tho drunkard, and liquor dealor that they have to do, but with the farim", the merchant, the nieelianles, and ull tho men of business. They must go among th jHutple and piove to them, that tho w hole business from beginning to tho end is wrong; and not only morally so, but tent jiorally. It is not moral principal which Moon cos tho masses lu this matter, it i the monoy argument. When e or the farmer is oonvincod that there I moro money made by feeding hi corn to Btock than by soiling it, be will nt onco cease to feed tho distllery, and tho same I true of all who contribute to the keeping up of thoo es tablishments. Now this can bo done. It no difficult matter to provo to any rea sonable man, that It li the worst use that can lie made of tho grain of our land to distill it, But it Is no', enough to merely assert, there must bo proof of it. Let facts bo collected and presented, let there bo experiment matlo bring figures be fore tho eyes of the people, and then they will bo convinced, and whenever thoy are thus convinced, It will lie an easy thing to arou thom to action. Tills Is tho work the friends of tomiranco havo to do In order to effect tboir objoct. Will thoy do It? The rciK)nibi!ity rests iion them. Thoy havo tho jmwer to carry on thi war fare to final triumph if they will only try. May the God of battle nervo them for tho works. INDIANA. 0yThe Allwiiy transcript ia responsi ble for tho following: "Heceiitly a gentleman and lady in a neighboring city were enjoying a aleigh ride when on of the traue wn broken be yond all bono of repair, and at a point w hero no assistance could be had. In tho emergency the lady produced from her e atnder a good cotton rope aulllciunt to make another. Thing were lixcti and the wrly moved on. Ho much ha been aid against hoops, that, as a mutter of justice, we give publicity to this evideuc 'n their favor. advertisement uf Hooper's work, by Moore Wilstach Koysdc Co. (XrThetiks to lion. A. R. M'Clary for a printed copy of Senator Gooding's Whis key Bill. (ttr.T. N. Clements hns sold 30 acres of land, adjoining Bloomlnggrove, to Wm. Lynn, at $40 per acre. Ciy-Wo learn that John G. Hatte, the oot and locturor, has rrcoverod from the sovoro ilinoss which attackod him soma months ago, (7 Judge Gant bos prepared n tempo MM, bill, and sent it to Representative Wiley. Wa would like to seo tint bill. Won't tho House order 1: printed? ( i ovkh Ssutn. Farmers wanting clo ver seed, will find a good article for sale nt the residence of C. M. Ross, one mile ea of lilooinihgeovo. tjr A bridge acroea White water rlvr near Harrison, is an absolute necessity; will those particularly interested make an early more in the matter ? ("Another Powers has opened a store in Brookville, a few door north of James Powers. Ho promise to soil goods very cheap. Coi.n Time. We see it stated that the weather has been so cold In Minnesota that oven tho whiskey froae, and It was sold in ehuks by thojiound. '- Hl'oah CaMK. Dr. Keely has a Umk, worth 95 cents that gives th histo ry, $T0i Of this new cane, with directions for cultivating It and making the sugar. tjyJoel VanMetro has purchased John Sewnam's farm, comprising 8D acres, for $l,0(ii). Mr. Newnam designs emigrat ing to Iowa, we believe. OrWm. Lynn has bought tho Slaugh ter property iu Bloominggrovo, for $600. lie will removo to it iu the spring, and try city lifo. (7- Joseph Hhophord, a worthy and re sected citiien of Bloominggrovo towu hip,diod nt his residence on Sunday, Feb 8th, after a protracted illness. (jr A proposition will be submitted to the tax payer of Harrison in April, to erect suitable additional buildings for tho accommodation of the school in that place an unpoilant matter. OT The circulation of the Western Christ Inn Advocate 1 a thousand more now than it was this time last year That must bo discouraging to the Enquirer who piedietcd it would die out Boot). (rThe Illinois Central Railroad has a 1 st as tA I a npHHiiloil a Morgyman as nuponnionuou. of "track literature" to suppress all maga . lies, nowspspors and hooka having an immoral tondoncy. OT.1. W. Kille .V Co., lato of No. 23. Pearl st. Cincinnati, have moved to No. 77 w ith tboir large assortment of goods. Thi stock is largo and well selected. Hen advertisement. Q3r Rev. James Mitchell, who has just roturuod from Wheatland, where ho had gone to represent the interest of Uov. Wright to tho President eloct, says that Mi. Buchanan would make no promises. OST Rev. M. P.Onddls, author of Foot prints of nu Itinerant, a very popular book, has just fiuiidied a new work, enti tled, Brief Recollections of Rov. Georg V, Walker, of th Cincinnati Conference. 11 'r Reuben Cooly has built a new brick house on the piko, near tho old Indi an mound, throe and a half miles below Brookville. Me will move into it in a few woek. OOrGond ugar weather thi week. Who want us to give Instructions in "stir ring off?" If wo csu't attend, do tho liest you can and eond us a specimen iu an egg shell. Q3r Interesting meeting have been In progress In the different cburchos In Her rison; lu the M. K. Church a series of Hirelings suspended with an addition of twenty members; to commence again about the second weuk iu March. OOrThanks to Hon. Will Cumbaek for sundry valuable document, Including Congressional Globe and Appendix, Com mercial Rotations and Presidents Message and Documeut. We shall look over them with pleasure 07" A Company has organized iu Au burn, X. Y.,to goto Kansas iu tho spring. Hon. John 1. Brinkorboff, Georgo I. Post and David S. West, Committee upon Lo cation, start iu a few days for the Torrito 0yThe Richmond Examiner denouu cos Putnam's Monthly as unfit for South ern reading. The provocation ii thut very excollent article in tho last number, show ing that tho inseparable connection that xists between civil liberty and an eleva ted litoraturc. 03-Tho .Southern Methodist Book Concern is represented as sinking monoy. The local disadvantages of any extensive manufacturing establishment in the South aro such that apprehension may justly lo entertained for tho fate of this largo and important institution. OCT Mr. G. W. Oylor, is getting the tu.iteit.il on tho ground prcjaratory to erecting tho building to accommodate hi school, in Harrison; meantime we under stand ho will commence giving instruc tion to as many a wish to attend, at the baMcmcnt of tho Prcsbytorian church; school to open in fiv or six weeks. Vice-President elect, will have to ride one hundred and forty mite onjihe morn ing uf his itiaiiRMrntioi), if (as Philadelphia papers state) ho has accepted an invita tion to lie present at tho inauguration ball on th 3d of Match, by the Twelfth Ward Democratic Association of Philadelphia. Frvei n Olealaeau UasMi The Pavclflc Hnlliond. After expending una hundred ami thousand dollars for surveys, and net a much mors for the printing and bind ing of quarto volumes of reporU.estimatos and speculations, another Congress ia like ly to pass with no action on this im)ortant subject. But vu this non-action is not without its significance. The loiter of Mr. Buchanan to bis California friends, declaring his opinion in favor of the rond the strong tondoncy towards, if not the e lusl fact of Mr. Walker's nppuintmeut as Secretary of State, the overthrow of the Pieroo Administration, so hostile to all improvement the obvious necessity of doing something for tho interior Vintes all Indicate unmUtnUbly th.it Btu-liiuiah'i administration will bo far more favorable to a Pacific Railroad than that now alsuit to rotiro. The probability that Congress will ultimately do something on this sub ject is rather increased than diminished.- In the meanwhile lot us revlow the r cumstanees of tho cose. What has boon done towards a Pacific Railroad? Mm I more than our readers genorally know for Indeed, tho foundation has been laid' construction, as fast as time und labor will permit, of a Pacific Road and several such roads which aro as sure to Isi made in the growth of thu country, as that rail roads now traverse Now York and Ohm. Tho first stop, and the one that hns been done, was to secure Railroads which con tinue our interior system of Railroads to the extreme frontier 0 our new Weilern Statu. This has been done by the various laud grams w ithin tho last three or four rente. I. The Grant of tho Hannibal an 1 St. Josephs mad Is u valuable grant, enabling that road to complete it to the MUionri river on the Kansas line. 9. -The low land grants w ill enable a main linojto be completed to CouncilBluffs on tho Nebraska line. I. The Minnosotn.latid bill (which ban passed tho Sonate) will enable Minnesota to eomplote a lino to the western boundary of the Ntate. 4. The grant to the Cairo and Fulton Railroad will insuio tho completion of that to tho north oast angle uf Texas. "). The Immense grant and loans of Texas to tho Southern Pacific Road will socuro the completion of that, lino to I'd Paso, on the Rio Grunde, a distance of 7Hu mlius. ; There are other lines lu Missouri, Iow a aud Loulsikna, which will by State aid andjucorporate subscriptions bo car ried to tho oxtromoJWostern frontier. From these facts it Is evident that tho railroad continuations of the United States will reach some half dor.on points, from Canada to tho Gulf of Mexico, 011 tho extromo western frontier of tho States. Itis noloasy to Imagine that from these point the Unitod States will not make latxl grants within the territories of the North West, of Now Mexico or the Gads den Purchase. Ultimately they must, n thoy havo done iu Iowa, Missouri and Ar kiinsu. But let us suppose for a moment that no further grant aro made, and how stands tho caso? Tho only result of Con gress proceeding no further at present w ill lie, that tho Somborn Pacific Railroad will be made, while the Northern road. must wait for timo and chance. Tho po sitioii of affairs Is very plain. Tnhe amnj and look at tho termini of tho States wo havo roentloued. The heavy grants of Texas, iu laud and monoy, can hardly be estimated at loss than $45,000,0)0, (as sumlng tho land to bo ultimately worth $A per acre,) which is more than suflic iout to construct tho entire road lo Kl Pa so, on tho Rio Grande. Suppose tho Mis sourl, Iowa, and Minnesota roads all lobe made to tho jsjints indicated, bow do thoy relatitifly stand? Council Bluffs, wbero tho Iowa roads terminate, Is in longitude 80 deg, Tho termination of tho Missouri roads la still farther oast. But Kl Paso, th termination of tho Southern. Pacific, b In longitude 107 deg, or eleven degrm further Went. In 0110 word, tho Southern Pacific will, under present arrangement, be carried tix hundred mite Weit of any other termination. Kl Paso is but about 7on miles from tho port of San Diego, on tho Pacific, and but 000 miles from tho mouth of the Gila, from which steamboat can pass out, by the Gulf of California, to tho Pacific. wo mention tlieso tacts simply to show that If Congress does nothing, tho Pacific Itailroad will bo made, but will be male on the S'Utltern route, wblchjs now, for al speculators, the most preferred, on account of distance, climate, aud cheapness. No nno can suppose that when a railroad from the Atlantic shall reach within five huti dred mile of Pacific navigation, it wtl not be completed. The immense minora! wealth of the (Jadsdon Purchase wil alone secure it. We roturn, then, to the original problem Will not Congress do something to secure tho early completion of this great work? For both political and commercial cousid er.it ions, we think tho Buchanan Admin istration will not loso so golden nn oppor tunity to signalize Us devotion to nation ality and conciliate tho groat valley of tho Mississippi. Wo most certainly should prefer tho action of Congross: but if Con gross should neglect its duty, and in time, the Southern Pacific Railroad should be made, Cincinnati and Ohio may not find so groat causo to complain. Tho comple tion of tho Cairo and -Won and the Tex as Pacific roads would give a mora direct route from Cleveland and Cincinnati by way of Cairo to tho Pacific, than can be made on any other route. Yet justice to all sections of tho country, and to the great North West and to tho Control Route rouiros, that Congress should act on lbs mi I 'j m i 1 and act impartially. That body seems now like a ship without a 1 udder, shifted by every w ind of doctrine, without prinvipl and without lability. It i time it asttfW somothing, und did somethiug more vuluabU ihnn lo expend inouoy without equivalent and proposo mooaurcs without accomplishment. sesmrsts SM C The v ' ok I 'area. c. ongrngatlonalist has for some hing a seriös of very ra led "Street Thoughts." ick's jaiper relates to beards, moustaches, dec Th writer, iu passing from State street to Dover street, met 643 men, and undortook the task of ascertaining how many wore full beards, how many wore the moustache, Ac. We quote from tho article: "We mot 543 men. Oft these one hail a smooth shaven countenance throughout sluve-pipe hat, gold soctacle, white cra vat, jet black drapory, and waa lu short, a thorough-going pec imon of the 1). I)., got up on the moat correct and cluliorato prin ciple, w ithout regard to expense Thir teen waro young men whoso stay at Jeri cho bad as yet, lasen unproductive of ap preciable result. Four were mon of th old school, smooth-shaven, with the excep tion of alight tufted promontories jutting downward from cither car, as if designed for a compromise, ineastiso between the good old doctrine, and modern radicalism. Thirty seven hal what used to bo called whiskers looking von much like .traps to bold tboir hnir on. Thiry wore tho regular shed-roof French moustache smooth-shaven U'sidc; looking as If by far tho most convenient method of feed ing would be to hang them up by the heels, nrd slide necessary victuals down the inverted nignr-scoop thus prcsoutod, Into the oriffco of the mouth. Forty three wore the moustache with n fancy tuft un tho chin, but with smooth cheek; looking if s scmUcoloo was the het ttfenl rojirosontntion "f their Idea of facial adoiumiM 1. Ktghty-snvon bad the upper lip shorn, mid tho beirel clipped close, and shaven dow n tin inch or 10 from the crow 11 of tho upjHjr lip, In crescent form, a If they hud Lied up their jaws in a hair mil tri er, in i omionoe of the tooth ache KighlV-iiiuo had fil l hoards- moustache Included, moro or I oie, tlowii , and looked like sunsiblo mou, as God meant to have them. Tho romninlng two hundred and fortv-niuo wore tho full beard, w ithout ihn moustache, and looked ke sansihlo men, who hnd not quito moral courage enough to do a just and not- 11 al and healthy thing, for fear of tho ro roach of daudyism, or of eonsuru from those whoso "weak consr ienccs" aro apt to bo offended by any attempt to obey God which lead Hjoplo ncros lot without re- gurd to tho eonvontionrl fences which men have btiilded. lints Iw "Vvu Out I'reiiKiiur. I) . Begin life with llatteriug prospccta.work hard, and gain fjoi vi- I'" umbdiom, in br.ngin yourself I rw uid to accomplish onto end w hich w ill mako yourself pop ular, and help your pursu. Mingle with tho emiuoiil and honorable, and by your manners, your ambition, your telont, win the honor of being "one among them." Then, lot iuuiu fanciod cloud swoop over your brow. Become dispirited, and let imaginary ills haunt and hover around a sieaaa. you. Aiuilyiso in n false light every word, look, smile, that may be given by your most iullmntofriouds.aud discover in them 11 latent duplicity, dislike, and irony. Theti.with all those- hypochondriacal idea whirling in your brain, turn cold as ice to friends, bu independent of their goodwill, (though still burl by their imaginary ha- trod,)and fooling "alone," drown your iso lated sorrow in the bowl, tuatl' till your brain is bunting with joyful excitement, and defy your fancied enomics to steal from your lips so sweet a friend. Drink day after day, until your Ration am ob sorvod by other till you win tho name of "jolly fellow" till you stagger in tho streets, Drink till tho eyos are swollen ami red .and the chooks put!' out in a round, full round, roseate (?) look. Mingle then with tho lowdrink with tho mean, and repulse thu hand that would rodoum you. When your purse givosout, tell your char acter good-bye; apeak of life as a mlsorv ble btirlosquo iikii a bettor place, and that hotter place too good for youmelf. Totter along rocogtilio no on on your way still drinking on Uirruwcd funds; and on some cold morning, when the cocks are crowing, and honest, sensible peoplo are going to work, doing tboir share of crea tion, bo found lying up iu th comer made by some protuberant gablo end, sleeping tho sloop that Knows no waking, Er. That's tho way we'vo soon the thing tried. I . tl.lnttve frecssilBft, rd from Ik l.4l mpi Journal. At the present stag of proceeding It i imporaiblo to tell much about what the legislature is doing. They do and undo, consider and reconsider, until they hardly know, themselves, whr they are. The bill to allow 10 percent. Interest I killed tho bill to provide for a geological ur- vey is doad also, and many a bantling of many a man, ha falten. Judge Gooding introduced hi Intemperance bill in the Senate, and a similar on I before the House. On of them will pats, so modi fled as not to be offensive to Judge Perkins or any other friend of fro whiskey. Cravens' bill to require those who get drunk to get a license, passed to a second roading iu the Senate. We do not tbink it will K come a law. A bill relating to wild gam has paad, Ayn and WlUy voting for it. We do not know ita provis ions, but think it forbids shooting gsme at certain time. A bill has rued tho House, favorable to doing buainosa in In diana by foreign I nturonoo con prni. Near Lawrl. Ia on Monday morning, I Oil, Feb. 1857. Elikabctk HaatlLToa, rollet of George C. Hamilton, formerly off Hagcntowu Md. Axed 00 year 4 month. $ if b Uto bbtrttitmtiits. Rising ,Snn Insurance ., OK KISING SUN. IND, Aelbsrlcr apllal, atOO.OrtO. B0A1D OF DIIXCTOM: IUthsws. i. C. WaxM, . W.Lomtmm, W M P. 0,11 1 . V - 1 I'.TS, JBJfMCa I, .1 M JianiSM. OMtaSMB. J.r. L'tssr, I. J. MstnwT,J. w.Tataoit, y.CovisaiOB mt ri. ITATHAWA V.KraVt. P'lrraHJ4a.arta rU: taf at rate. Pf All rsssaartiiK Insure will ea J (illS w HKBLY. A at HronktlU. R. W. COVIWOTOa. O.H.i.l Afswt. town rnnatlluilonnl avaiion Is now hard nt work. Tho diseukaions are characterised by marked ability and propriety thus f.ir although tho question of corporate franchlsemont was fairly be fore the body this morning, and t'tehed party chord. The Committee en Incorporation havo in their rcort provided for tho eatahlish. ment of a State Hank. Iowa City Kt- publican 4th ill for Tat. I.awyor 11., uf Connecticut, was a ihaiy lawyer, invariably retained iu criminal oa es where bis peculiar abilities were deem cd likely to benefit his client. Old Mrs la, tho widow of a small farmor, wa re murkublo for her plaiunen of ajiooch und manner, and she tu a "one of tho 'cute sort." The old woman was an imjiortaul witness fur the prosecution, iu a caso in which H. defended the evil-doer. Her tes timony bore hind upon the prisoner, and in the cros-xaml nation H. endeavored in i a. ii lu coiil'u-.c or irnl.Uc her. At length, turning abruptly to tho witness, ho ox claimed, "Miulum! you havo brass enough in your facuto make a twelve quart pail!' "Yes," replied tho witns, "and you've got tan emuah in your fwad to fill it!" Tho lawyer h id "ilot.o" with that witness! Caugrrasloaal. ÜXNATE, Feb. SI. Mr. Douglas replied to Mr. Biggs' re marks, maintainini. that tho amendment was improper, and showing, in several in stance, that persons bad been constitut- i 1 citizens if some of the Stales h w ere not citiaeua of the United States. Mr. Sosvard considered the question involved ss settled. If CongroMoan per mit all tho peo le of California and Tex ns to como into the Union as organiaod Htatos, It can ssy a class of orsous withiu thu United States who are not citlaons shall oxorcise tho right of suffrage on this, which is a similar occasion. Hewas favor of admitting alienate vote precisely for the reason that those new States aro to be settled chiefly by tho aliens und for eigner, or iu a lurgo degree by them, tui ho ladle ved the class of emigrant who conic to thi country are, a a general fact as intelligent and capable of exercising th functions of self-government as our own educated citixens. Mr. Belle, of Tonnossoe, favored tl amendments, and advocated such modifi cation of tho existing naturalisation laws as would provide additional securities against tho gross abuses which havo boon practiced under thui. Mr. Douglas appealed to th Sonate not to outer into lonjj discussions, else thoy might loso injKirtant territorial bills. Mosers. Mason, Bigg and Crittenden advocated, and Toucey and Wilson oppos ed iL Mr. Clay entered his protest againat M Seward's doctrine, tliat th right of suf frage was co-ordinated with the obligation to submit to and Biipport any definite Government; that would allow infanta, women and colored person to vote; and thi ahould teach the importanoo of bar ing aome limit attached to tho right of forming organic laws. Ho was th first iu tho Sonate to donouueo Know-Nothing-ism, but would vote for this amendment Ho confessed that he erred in voting for tho Nebraska Bill, after Clayton's amend ment was stricken out, Mr. Butler, said be, too, voted for Clay ton's amendmeiit, but yioldod from the iiocossity of the caso lo savo the bill. Mr. Biggs's amendment was adopted-- 27 against 24. The following gontlemon voted aye Adami, Bayard, Boll of Tenn,, Benjamin, Biggs, Brodhoad, Brown, Butler, Clay, Crittendou, Evans, Fiah, Fitxpatrick, Foot, Goyer, Green, Houston, Hunter, Ivron, Head, Husk, Slidell, Thompson of New Jersey, Thompson of Kentucky. Nay Allen, Biglor, Bright, Case, Col- lamer, Dodge, Douglas. Durkee, Feen- dot), Fitch, FoNlor, Uale, Jone of Iowa, Nourse, Pugh, Stuart, Toombs, Touoey, Ti umbull, Wade, Weiler, Wlhwn, Wright. Bill passed. Also, oue establishing a Judicial Dis trict In tho Gadsden Purchase, creatlug the offico of Surveyor Genral, granting donation to actual aettler, ftc. Bill authorising tho people of Oregon to establish a State Government being up, Mr. Green offered an amendment extend ing similar authority to th people of Kansas, pending which the Senate ad Joumod. The House took up the resolution re potted from the Committee on Kleetlons, declaring Mr. Whitfield not entitled to bis sout a a Delegate from Kansas. On motion of Mr. Ceruthcrs, th resolu tion was laid on th table yeas 90, nays nil and tli" House thou went Into Com mittee of the Whole on tho state of the Union. Mr. Washburoe, of III., vainly strove to take up the lliver and Harbor BilU. Mr. Grow uu.de nn ineffectual effort to lake up the Homestead Bill. Tho Committee finally )wocoodod to the consideration of the bill to supply defi ciencies in appropriations. Mr. Ktheridge mad a speech, defend ing himself from the eharges of his being a Black Republican, because ho had intro duced a resolutiou denunciatory of the re opening of th African slave trade. Without concluding action on th bill, tho House adjourn!. INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI RAILROAD. TIM B TAULC OUTWANO. Memstso P.OBSft l"S OS BSSIII , rlvas si 4i' IB. lndlaosIU I:MI. Brsstsa Psttsso. haare ( leelaaatl tit, ss., arrives si rtpsoW :4S, IndMnspolU ?.. . ! MOD linn Ul- IMIM IBSMSSIU 4, p. i .arrlTM al MmmIss' 13. I liar, spoils 10 J. TIMh lAiait JNW AKJ). Motsisa PsasBsaa-bar ladlsaabott TiM . W.. i.rM'.Bl sredfs 10 JS.l Iselnaall M. Mut Tai-UaVssi ladiaaajesll I S ." I HuJuiJ f ...,-! ,.L, A Ul . -' ' . . .7' ... . . m isibjwt ara '-eavM iifiisnapaus u r r rtw st ,' A . M daesiaa t, 400 Dodd & Co. WHOLESALE DEALERS, Hats, Caps, Furs; Palm Leaf and Straw Goods, 144 MAIN ST. Cincinnati. MERCHANTS vtsinxii cincinaaTi aub iisvitbo to K MINK Ol K KXTKN8IVK ASSORTMENT or Dry Goods sll descriptions, m oar astw Wew-rasass or all dariiioii t: I'i url nrrrl. 1 uriiiT uf I In si JOHN W. KLUS a CO K.b T tm Formorljr si Mo. CM Moou. mW 'im i a. C.KCIRsUTI, Nave la Trees, a will sltorUjr 11 O O I' K R- ' 8 WESTERN FRUIT BOOK; X eoasiadloaiollUoa of KsrU rrosj U Haw snd KxnoOonrs 4 nil alt Calls lias, arranged f x Prartlral I'm I Ute orchard sad Herde, hj K.J. Hooper, member of I Be C Ia4ta -nan llurtii'ultursl SiM ieit. end fofaserly editor mt the "WesUrm Farmer aud OaMoer,'1 wa nr. . I lllaslrationt of western rru.ts, ait emhalllthmenu. Oa vasam IB ., Ml W ill be sent b) melt fbr that rK. Feb 17 SMALL STEAM ENGINE. Til K tobe Hlootttln Oat- Tbe Vataissel. It was boliovotl. in Washington, on the l7lh lust, that tho now Cabinot would he ns lollows: Mr. Cass, Socrclary of State; Mr. Cobb, of Oa., Secretary of Treasury; Kx-Gov. Fluyd, of Va., Secretary of War; Ex Qov. Drown, of Tcnucssoe, Secretary of Navy; Mr. Toucey, Attorney General; Mr. Jones, of Penn., Postmiutpr General; Mr. Jacob Thompson, of Miss., Socrctary of Interior. Whetbor these bo the correct names or not is immaterial. Four will bo from the South and three true to tho South. DrnaraoO. A I'hild of Mr. Cross was drowned in the Rubottoni lock, 011 tho Whito Wnter Canal, one mile brlow Cedur Grov, Inst waek. It M as crossing the look on a board, and fell in. It TU 'ine f.ur or lite enrs old. . ..... . John H. Jul nit. At the close of his torture inChicngo, on Tuesday evening, Mr. Gough was presented with a beautiful casket filled with gold coin, and a riob labornte vase, the whole oott of the to tltnonlal Iwin 500. Tho proeentation was made by Kov. Mr. Curtis, in behalf of "two hundred ladies' ' of that city. Arurrlraalau In ttt t atted OsaUe Boaat. Tho procecdinss in the U. S. Senate, ul.: h wo giv in another column, in ro .;:itd to tbe rjualifications of voters In Min nesota please us. They aro in tbe right direction, and show that Americaniem haa a hold on racti of old partioa. The Know Nothing party i dead, but the idea of "Americans governing America" wa nev er moro rife than now. Our privileges arc too sacred, our right dear, to be surrendered to alien. Let ..one but citi leaa of tho United State vote, in any election, or hold any office. Jaaaee D. Rrlatai la fOa Cnalaat. The Cincinnati Knquiror of Tuesday has rWiaals information that Hright wilt be SecreUry of Interior. We are not sur prised. We knew that Bright bad too in in h sense to hop to Imld hi sent in tb Satiate on tho election of a UK subeerllier, IitIhc s mil eolith esa of te Bnclne, 10 bore pomtt smt see it. Krl,.? rev, has a t4 seooest Baad BBS for sal atssa. Call wtt. raict. For Sale. HI.OUDKI) MARK, aboal works well In a bs 1 hbra. plows well, single or doubl, rldee woll, has had ibrea psreiieoi rolls, sis rear old. Amy mem who suis b aul iirood mare with estra caattUe Snd is wlllliif to pa) a good price for hor la eh, oroa time, esn he accoaaoaaloe h rolling at this oee. AdmlBiitrator'i SaJe will. Mil. tl oubllreal at th Iota 1 nf Jaitie Harrison, deeSO. lo fooor towo- slil, all lb eronl proporty of the dssooos nni usen or ia wiiow, eo.itienog im sart or ( etile, boep snd boas oa ethor owtsBs too to dioite to mentloa. Sale lo commenre al IS 00 loot a. a., aslstdsv, Jsaasr) II, 117, tkkmb:-- All sums under three dollars, 1 01 inree noiiari one upworos, twelve rreait, lee purr ha ear ettla aet ssrurllx, weiring beoo4 of rs praisemani laws. JsnlOSw WM. U, ADAMS, A4o'r. Cutting Boxee AND CORN 8HELLER8ÜÜ Ir of Mlrsh's Ranortor Cuitiog Mos NbelUn, roiiiuallf e hasdi at M.U OAlXBOO. es wita apeaavoe alaaUoo ood ap- Blld ( kbsWJ Uj Wit ifttt ISrafi rornieteoto oroor. Th iradeaupplied Ith Marhlela lo-B a4 aiab,orBawd vturder. aar 'i lroodwoyond rinhslreot.Clataalt,Oat. aiiniBHif. 1 vmn.oo wro.o awesi, saereio Mantlos sad Buiusf, nohlKnal VSrats, Maaral TsbteU. t'rai, Voees.Uardoa rlsja,C4hieU4 l ounter Nlabs, a. Or . cnoiUSlt) os hied aa Th Slate of led lose, j Franklin Cot. wiiita. a. a.. a K.i ward tarpotr Woo Osart. Tho obOVO HB.ed darendabl la tOfeho aJ0e o' ibo pandani uf aeld oaoeo, sod to Iff oar t tbe Prank lin t ourt of l'o..on Mom, oa Iho 000 ond dor of ibo aol tor. there o, to be aoMatBB Court . Ilooee In th low. of Istonhvttb, to lb County ut Krsnklln, and aula of Indiana, o UtO Brat Monda; ia April, isiti which tor. lae asas I sol (or trial , then and there to aaswer rati mom plaint. Wltoeea: John M J ehsssto a.Ctojtl of sol Coort, thla 4th dar of Pebraanr, A . tl. thJT, tat.: 4wpr Juriff It. JohTltoe, ctera. lor. Woon'i ll.is KstTOkunvaWi me eiie.iion or our roaooroBs the of Una valoable sctenUBo ptoparoht lorenoii or nair, to 00 rooaa la ear is bigbiv rooo.Bte. rouuiry by thooe who la now .ore pönaler taava aar aver oats re to th A.rlan pa 1 ariaei negiawr tost 1 r, led ire. all para of the havo .ade trial of U, oo4 boa any atmllar praseioaoo Health, Tlfor and Lifo depeal toe Blood. Tfe al. k naa poto bis hand spoo the aaat f pain, and .a, "hr e la nr eomplotoA. Th. m a mlaiake. 'I he nein te oalr a aj Ut foaatala of oreorts in the blood. Dr. Hobacki hooa ilea, the Ulon farttor and Ola through digestive organs d I sooth apoalfee 1 of Ilia, d'aiufortiiig 11 of oven saoreid oh and restoring health by re.ovtag tho piiasory rauee of Iba .eowplelnt. TWae ssodiaBan 00 07" A new dodgo 1 now being aactle od upon the rhiladelihinn by sharpers, aftar this style. A entloman pull tho door Iwll sm) asks for a Mr. A., who of 00 u reo ia not In tell hie lady that ho owe Mr. A. one dollar and a half five a couutorfeit fiva-dollni bill, and gets three dollars and fifty cents of good money ia hange cow posed eir'uaWely of Noodteh herbe Of ostoa ordlaary saaaUv proporilos, snd are lafalltal In nerroua dlaeoeas, dyapepete. rbeeeietlen eaOOS ula. eropliona of the able, live no bowed ooaa plaints, etc., le. KeeadrerUeoaeoai. Great Care of Dyepepoitv. CO. MKKBHOK, Mereaaot, oae: ai.psoavlUo, Ky., Mate. aOga, "The Orman aM'lon giro gaoerai BBIMfSBSHs and I herewith bond yoa tbe eerti Boote f Mr al rtea ll.rkle). a roOMeSMSO r county . UooBsnd'B Oer tu an Blivrra, I wo teSooo Oa BR the.,.nd I aow sUie with pieoooro, bBoaBaaflB their uae I an enjoy tag bettor health the 1 hove ooao for years peat, and rboerfally the Hllirra to oil afffhrto with Meat paar . Meopertniily years. so Kee adrorUooaeat. sinpsobTiite, KH Mann. SB, IBS Poo ar I would lafor. yea tbat t bav been refaaetM far aererol yean ttb iHipopot. I a 001T egae t.d form, for which 1 aeodtsoiwapailtla an wa Hoos other remedial, wiiboat ooaalalog oaf re lief. Front tbe v.rtoua iretimonl.b I avt mt ea- MToa BKKaiav OBXAT CUM Of -UläirFATlaat I COT. cut a an 00M vucura Por mora tlian three veera f hove bOO 01 lug with rbauinaltaes. Md enkBi.re.ewt QsS tn cwf neeees I have etrkrtir the advice of pi..to lan..asil el other U.00 0J4 auch fatally .edlclaeoaa bod hewn liiss.aoaiie for tbe cure of rtniOWsMe.1 oUU I 4M at la pro.. In the tenet, end nee froqeoiaUy -aasjMl 1 to heep eay bed, and thereby woe preveoto froen sltciidiiiglo.ybssinoM. So.e woobs ogw f wm Induced brs Mead U liy Carter's KpeWh Mia tare. 1 h. ... i w.a .iraooäoas. I Mt sen si ershly improved alter I hot 1st en the foartha I bate onb used our tingle bottlo, Bsl fS eatjr iy ne rroes ell polo. I fowl better thee t have leu lor )eare,aii i eMno.be any o lore t In alih solely to lb boo of Oa Mitluro. I eoBalder It e .aal eioo Ittel lor rheoaaatlo. sad all dkseeeoe of tboMeoat, ebeenniiy reewM.oo It tot D. hi KRin. a. a. ClaeUMU.aUfft If, ser.BU O