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Jost What we Think
"A drunken man in a . enough sijrht
to behold ; but a drunken ummin-hMT-
the very tonen mUn1 team of sorrow.
What du tuen WA, that they do not rise
up aast deittroy every the rum
fiend h in our land Qod and mrols would
mile upon Much a -work." Thr Hntmi-
Mr. (AT. n.
How terribly hotrkoi it iuiimI I to
the delicaU, sensitiv u ihm .es f the
" Lord of Oreatiuo," to nee one woman
drunk ; aud yul irn't can ' ui- , m
H4iinetliiUr toarftii? the sein I.I ai." of men,
reeling attd stAKjrrrini? ujon every comer
of thu streets, and it w not even worthy
of remark. While we regret thai jmy
woman, xhould so disgrace our Hex, we
io not know but that it will be for th0
beat, aa it sewiii to be the only thing that
can rvtut the men, and cau-m thuin to
remove a trailic that haa been for years
Hendiug out ita . .. drunkards annu
ally, to shock the nerven ami offend the
delicate and retined rtaturvs oWtiie women
of our land.
Thejr atik with holy horror" What
do men mean that I hoy do not rise up and
destroy every vwatige of tie ruin tie ltd in
our land f" And have not women k'un
aoumtin that question iu vournrx for the
last quarter of a century and how little
have u heeded it ' And after enduring.
tll endurance haa ceaaed to be a virtue,
and ws cone forward and claim the ex
erciae of our Uud given rights, for ouj
own pntection, we find that me: are
again shocked and mortitied, that WOMEM
should wish to do what they esteem their
highest privilege and greatest glory.
We do not know which would most
thoroughly rouse the indignation, and
call forth the execrations of community
a woman that would get drunk, or one
that would go to the ballot-box and vote
for a prohibitory law. Roth are anathe
matized, and brauded aa a disgrace to
humanity. We are not even permitted
to take the Staad in a public lecture on
the subject, without meeting with sneers
and opposition, from those who protest to
be the earnest advocates of the temper
ance cause, and'wbo are loud aud long in
their denunciations of the rum traffic, and
give iii frightful pictures of the misery and
suffering entailed upon the women by it ;
but if we should be forced to give utter
ence to our faelingM, tell our own tale, the
wrongs indicted upon us we are told we
arc out of our sphere, and Paul is quoted to
prove that we should stay at homo and
ask our huslauids. But some of us have
none, and others have such poor besotted,
rum-soaked, brandy guzzling scituens,
that they are incapable of taking care of
themselves, much loss of giving others
any information. We suppose Governor
Willard's wife would receive a glowing
account of the temperance movements
from her poor drunken husband, and our
poor drunken Governor. And no doubt
Judge Jerkins' wife finds her Corutitu
tional partner, a good instructor, iu the
principles of temperance, judging from the
very lengthy and logical argument accom
panying his decision, by which we believe
he sealed his own condemnation ; and
will cause many others to follow him to
perdition. Bnt still we must not think
and speak for ourselves on this question.
Not long since Antoinette L. Brown was
turned out of the "World's Temperance
Convention" by a resolution offered by
General Carey, the acknowlcd Champion
of temperance in the West, merely be
cause she was a woman ; for the resolu
tion began with these words : " Resolved,
That common usages have excluded
teamen from the public platform," dec.
We are reminded of an anecdote that we
havo heard Frances Ü. Gage relate, and
which we think beautifully illustrates our
She aid. " there was once the wife of a
distiller, hat had for her washerwoman, a
poor iriah woman who would get drunk.
So she thought she would remonstrate
with her, and endeavor to reform her.
Said -.he, 1 Hetty, why do you do so ? It
is bal enough for your husband to drink.
Mm w iff have their privileges, but women
must never do those things '
" Hetty turned a big quid of tobacco,
round and round in her mouth, and with
a loud laugh, said, ' Why is it I drink, is
it ye are asking ? For the best of rasons,
cause I'm dry. Its uo tine gowns yo'd be
getting, if somebody didn't drink tho truck
your husband s as busy as a tree in buck
wheat, a making. And my husband may
ilrink it ye say ? If it's strength, which
needs it wwsei ; him with his great strong
frame, and iron list that could send me
a sailing over the house ; or ine that's
only five feet three, iu the slipjiers that
my mother gave me ?
" Its a pack of fools ye women are here
in Ameriky, letting your husbands drink,
and smoke, and chew, and all the good
things ; and ye think it's all well at ugh
for them, but yp must not w ..... k a bit of
"'But arrah, my lady, I'll have my
of it. Your men ar'nt going to get
of me, and if it ar'nt right for ine, it
arn't right for nobody. And your bus
band, good lady, askin' your ladyship's
pardon for apaking the same, is lar worse
than poor folks. For isn't it a larned man
that ho is, and master at the law ; and
doea'nt he know better than poor ignorant
folk: like mo ami George ? Aud yet he
is every day making tins wicked hell
waters, and bidding us drink, and taking
our nice bit of earnings from us ; and
us to perdition both in this world
that which is conto.'"
Now. we d not claim tho rights and
privileges, that this poor Irish woman did,
but on thu contrary we ask tho privilege
of preventing both mm aud women from
indulging in those ruinous and disgraceful
habits. Whisky and tobacco are mem
bers of the same family, the latter but a
younger brother, and not quite so power
ful in its destructive powers. And so
long as the t rathe in and use ot these arti
cles continue unrestrained, just so long
will we see crime, misery, poverty and
degralattoa laartully inert in our land.
Ministers, missionaries and teachers may
labor faithfully, but there will still be a
large mass cf society outside of their
efforts, debased, demoralized and ruined,
by those otent enemies of the human
family, that will erowd the ranks of our
criminals, and unless restrained, will
eventually work our ruin and final over
throw. Andnow, as on that has labored tor
years to help remove this blighting curse ;
this nefarious traffic from our country ; we
ask the law-making power of our State,
to make a law that will prevent both mm
and women, from making brutes of them
selves, or ls giv tho woman the power,
and see if we can't do it, and that very
quickly, too. But we have the use of our
pen, and some few of us the courage to
speak in hehaK of suffering sisters and
fallen brothers, and we are determined to
do it, until we wear ourselves out in the
cause, or obtaiu the object for which we
are laboring, vis : a good prohibitory law.
.' Shall f bwholal unheeding,
LUV holiest rVrlliur rrusii.-l ;
When BJfJSstS) I"1 I bleeding,
Shall wom.b 'a vole be huebed V
No WS will apeak eat, we will be hoard,
Tho' all earth' lyatems crark ;
W will not hat es alurle word;
Nor lake one letter taw k.
Wa iM.sk the Tnrra, ami what care we
fnr htseliur or for worn,
While BBSS nunl-lremluf we ranee,
trf that bricht, happy morn"
When Tempemnre, Uxi ami Partly,
Shall trie oar happy land;
And all our rltlsona hall be,
( rrnoae tbbtot l b.bd.
Indlnnn Ceaferencr tppnlntiaen
Indianapolis District. W. C. Smith
P. K. fndianapolis.
Weley Chapel, amen Hill.
South mission, J. C. Smith.
Weat Inlianwlia cirrnit. T. A. Whitted.
Sfnnrfnville station, Joneph Wharton.
Mooresville circuit, . I rimes F. Fish.
Martinsville, Wm, Meginnis.
Waverly, Robert Hnnnam.
Blooniington, Wra. F. Mason.
Bloom injjton circuit, Oeorje W. Durtnent
Elletavilte, .1. J. Htallanl.
Nashville, A. W. Shivelv.
Williamnburi; M. II. Kir,-.
Jones vi lie, W. W. PtietL
Btownstown, Safety Lay ton.
W. M. Daily, President of the State
University, and member of Rloomingtoti
REomBD Drsratrr. Hatoen Hats,
Bedford Station, J. Y. M'Kee.
Orleans, R- L. Cnshman.
Sprinzville, Charles Cross.
Stanford, Ira. Broshears.
Helumville, Peter, St. Clair.
Fairfax, to be supplied.
Less vi lie, John Walls.
Houston, Stephen Bowers.
Ltivonia, A. Beck.
Lawrenceport, W. 8. Carter.
Hardinsburg, T. S. Brooks.
Paoli, J. C. King.
Evansville, Wm. K. Richanls.
Pleasant Valley, D. M. Smith.
Xkw Albaict Distbict. Charles R.
Davidson, P. E.
New Albany, Weslev Chael, Samuel
Centenary, S. T. Oillet.
Roberts Chapel, Jarnos B. Admire.
John-Street mission, J. H. Ketchttm.
M'Kcndree and Lower Albany. J. W Ju
lian. New Albany Circuit, V. W. Rundell.
Lanesville, E. L. Kemp;
Elisabeth, Thomas Alexander.
Corydon, T. J . Ryan.
Fredicksburg, Alexander Knoy;
Greenville, Aron Long;
Salem. L. M. Hancock.
Salem circuit, John S. Collins;
New Philadelphia, Wm. H. Jackson,
Blue River Mission, John Tansey;
R. F. Rawlins, President of Indiana As
bury Femal College, and member of Cen
tenary quarterly conference.
Rock fort Distbict. E. H. Sajiin,
Rockport, T. B..Bratton;
Rockport circuit, L. Oifford;
Cannelton and Troy, E. Gaskins;
Gentry ville J. N. Thompson;
Boonville, J. B. Hamilton;
OiiKTaiuI, If. S. Talbott;
Taylorsville, T. A. Ueuring;
Ha'ysville, Wm. E. RavenscroR;
French Lick, J onn lalbott;
Wicliffe,Othniel A. Barnett;
Leavenworth; E. P. F. Wells;
Borne, Samuel W. M'Naghten;
Evansville District J. EL Noble, P. E.
Evansville, Locust-Strec, H. Gillmore;
Ingle-street. J. J. Hight;
West Franklin, J. L. Walker;
Mt Vernon, i W. Walker;
Ml Vernon circuit, Z. 8 Clifford.
New Harmony, John S irader;
Poseyville, Aaron Turner:
Owens v die, Jolm Luverty;
Princeton, W. V. Daniel;
UUi" M . I-, Thomns W. .lone;
Newbury P. f. Thornburg.
Center, V. H. Grim;
Francisco, N. M. Patterson.
ViDceunes DistricL D. M'Ixttri, P. H.
Vincoimes, J. W. Jacksou;
Petersburg, John M. Green;
Dslcctable Hill, to lie supplied;
Washington. J. f. M'Can;
ML Pleasant, A. P. Forsyth;
Kaglesville, M. W. Benton;
Fairbanks, N. E. Boring;
Bloomrield, R. B. Spencer;
Bloomneld mission, to be supplel;
Newburg, T. A Lot.g;
Bridge Creek, to be supplied!
Linton, Henry Woodry;
Sullivan, W. H. Cornelius;
New Lclmnon, M. M. C. Uobbs;
Carlisle, L. Johnson;
Brnceville, George F. Culmer;
Lovely Dale, J onn Boal;
Edwardsort, Wm. Hogue;
Shaker Prairie, to be supplied;
Grecucastle District. J. Kiuer, P. EL
Greeucastle, W. M'K. Htr;
Bellville, John N. Wright;
Monrovia, S B. Sutton;
Gosport, 11. O. Chapman;
Ss?ncer, W m. M. .ariug;
Point Commerce, W. F. Ilarued;
Rowling-Green, H. S Dane;
Putnam villi-, J. R. Williams, U Carter.
Brazil, A. D. Cunningham;
Prainetou and Lockort, Calvin Lee, W.
Qaisaijr; Joseph W" Asbury.
Dauiel Curry, transferred to New York
John H. Leard, transferred to Minnesota
i oi i lure nc.
Lealdcs Forlws, transferred to South
Eastern Indiana conference and atatiouod
at Mouru's Hill.
M'Kiiulree, M. Twkc, tntnfcrred to
I ' j j i Iowa coulerence.
Benjamin F. Crarv, transferred to M in
nesota conference, ainl appointed President
of Uamliuo I'niveraitv, aud member of
the quarterly "tiforencj at Red Wing.
Jesse Williams, transferred to North
Ohm conference, aud sppointod to Repub
AM) IKAMSOM LKilll'N, braul
Ha 1 1
jred, Juat received by the undersigned
aud lor sale on rea.oi.abl i term. We will cut to
ull any aiacor
Il.aaia dt Dixab,
STORM, t, FORWAllMNil ANU
v.ii ;.i.Ai.i;u IN
KLOUB, CORM, FLAX SEED, "...t
flsu, .Warkerel, Cement, Ualclned
W W II I L.-
t'uater, Und i'lasier. White Lime, White .laud
K.Min, .Nails, Wesmrii Keserve Cheese, While
i..-.l,ut .all kiud of SUple Uroeerlae and Seed
House on South -sist Diagonal and
Jl ' Ab-.-i.i lor Mundart, Heml dr Muri
Cleveland; will make liberal advaure. on
to iial lloaae. Alao, agent for Uaryee A Worsyth'
scales, nre rnnri naiea. Mill ruca ana letter
KarBB.B. All who have doli Imalne. Ith
VI aluiit ftt reel,
Olnoliiii Atl, O.
A. w KATHERBEE. Proprietor.
.-i n ftm
MOO IN Atta . tfl I I
g have ii hand a c ood aianrtinenl of
hea, Shppr. detlara, Ituaktns, Mo
...i i andren. A an Mr. Hurrl's ee
, M IM
. .. lln.al cash pricea
YNKK v KIUHI.R
bona and Flow, or in ia ivie. nua.
a a -a . ,ii
,.... K.nHw. straw, ana ,..mp iwnn'w, win, .
rook I lie, lad.
i AD IKS- FANCY iOO I)S,
U auch a Collara, Sleeve, Chemlaetlea,
It.,,, (kerchief. Cored and Bone Shin,
Trlmmm. sai Prlnfee, SfcUtew, bv
Hrm.kvltle, Ind. TY!K .v Kt
I M .11.1 .
lo .raw and Uke aehnowledcemenl I llaadi
-Oh an ... . .in of tos Trner Store
M UPON A 11 l
wholesale: healers ir
Boots, Shoes, and Robbers,
UatB Cixxd Cape,
Ho. 75 West Washington St .
3 doors East of Masonic Hall,
I IH at HOIJS, ll.
June IS If
II. HÜMME. L. P. MI LLEB.
Dill Mi: vV I 4.
IMPORTERS A Nl DEALERS IM
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks,
Watch Movements, Tool and Materials
SILVER, PLATKD fe OER MAN SILVER WARB,
Cutler, Pistols. Vmiet) Qoodrfi
NO. 130 MAIM ST., BET. THIBD EOURIH,
CINCINNATI, O II I U.
JOHN SHI LI 10 I CO.,
no's IUI, 103. 105. WEST rOUBTU ST.,
ne parte ra of
C a r p o t 1 n ,
.".H.rir,il rail Ihn attention r Uielr ' ni r
and Purchaser (PDuralljr to itu- opnlna nf thalr
New Store on Moadsv, Aufast 3IL wit "
lesalvs and varied 'ortiiu'Qt of
CA it PE TING,
FLOOR O 1 L-C LOT II , etc.
families, Hotel keepers, KtearatKsu owners,
and iranaer, mar depead upon Ending the be it
.!..- food; Wholesale and Retail, a I price aa
low aa Hi.-) can be purchase in the Kaatern eitle.
epU 6m .
tauBi. run aiaeaa .
H. r waroau.
V V L K 0 ATE AND
Publishers iind Stationers,
43 Mais Stbeet,
We have one nf the largest and beat tock in lha
West. Our i-. k ..mbracr the beat work on
Theology. Medicine, Law, Mechanics,
I AG 1 I CULTURE, HISTORY TRAVELS,
1 ... . Memoirs, Philosophy, Skc.
Ana acomple assortment of all the niostdo!-
rable M lace llaneou book pabllshed . Our stock
of School Book embrace all book of merit need
In the West, from üie Spelling Book to the Lexi
con. Our lock nf Stationery embrace every va
riety of Blank Hook, from the smaH Memoran
dum Book to the lanjre laper-royal l.-.l(t.r. Inrlo
ding every article used In toe counting room .
we Save, lor the C ountry .Merchant, a run varie
ty of Letter, Cap and ole paper, Envelope.
Wrapping- Paper. Bonnet Board, Ink, die., Ae.
Our ewu publications are too well known as
works of the hiarhesl mril. to ruuuu mora inau
ennmuratlou of the most prominent, whtrh are
Clarke's Commentaries, Dr. Dick's Com
plete works, Hoi tin's Ancient History,
Plutarch Lives, Spectator, Mos-
heim's Church History, Jo-
sephus, &c, &c
We Invite all who deal lu.or purchase books, to
give a a call, ee we are cooSdanl we can offer
them ucb Inducement as shall be uiuieatly beo
oSetal. aeptll I)
Now Fall Groods.
FOR 1 8 5 711
m m w. o . holm
NO. 8. ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
la now receiving his stock of 'all
Which, for beaut), elegance and cheapneaa, he
believe eennot im exeelleu in tin market.
Hr Invite the altenllon of Pun baser to an ei
Styles a ii . 1 Prices.
The stock embracoa
Linens, Woolens, Embroideries,
GLOVES AND F 0 8 I X BT ,
Carpels nnd Honst Furnishing
O OO ID fit !
In all their verteile., which, with many other de-
a.ral.le ISoo.ls, will be o.t at thu
Blake's Baild'g opposite Bates House,
rllK farllltlca for acqiilrtna a thorough mercan
tile education Iu this School have been much
teti.le.l and are now .in.iria..ed in the vteat.
had. department la coii.lucl. il In a aeiiarate room
by a well iiuallBcl teacher, under the ..'. lal
arge of ihe rrlncltiitl, who la k practical aci o'lu
lit, an. I ha had teara ol aiiei
Three moru.iiga of ea. h week are duvoted to
the edenalleii of accountaby the I'rlnclpal.
Taaeday and Thurailay ranrnlnra are devoted to
recltallona and lecture, on ('omni -rcial law.un
lorcharge of (Jeo. K. ferriu, Kaq., a member of
tbe Indianapolis bar.
Commercial Correspondence. &c
Forenoon of Naturday i devoted to Commercial
Corveapouileiiee and I alculation.
For which we have received tbe Diploma fn
thn- aa. . .-..u . ar- at in sun- Kair., ami on
whub we c nail -;' com petition, r.-, i-n . .Irl, I
leutlon daily. A spUndid specimen of which will
bo sent by mail on receipt ol iweiiiy.nve cent
Pall course, requiring from S to IV weekB,. f : iw
Partial or Practical 4 to S " ... H hg
raniaanehtp aluue, aa per agreement.
IHUS. J .I1HVAST,
Julys Om frlnclpal.
Noxr York. Oity,
HAVLMO permanently located In ladlaiiBpolla,
reapectlally lender hi er. ices to the cltl-
teuc of tin- city , and the adjoiululng country as s
All per lion a performed are warranted aalte
fhctory or so chsrge.
Orrice Harrison' new Baak building, is Beat
Washington street, .M Soor, front room. Omca
hour from s a. a., le S p. at.
tl king, constantly on hand, and even trade
of Sheeting and Shirtings, for aie low, al
Brook vtlle, Ind. TVNKK A KIM BUS.
OKSHAS A ir K It A n V E
FOR EXTERNAL A INTERNAL URK.
rata Balm la warranted to relieve all Rheuma
tlm. Strain In the Splae, or Spinal affection, and
I... .is. Headache, or stiff Nvck. I nolhaehe.
Earache, More Threat, Horeneea in the Bowel,
Hrvasl or Stnraaeh.or Harutng In the Breast, Asth
ma, Hroaehttle, Sprain and Breleee, Bern and
Scald, or fraaea parte, Cramp '"holte. Bilious
("holle. Cholera Mnrhut.Pleart y .Fla, Fever and
Ague, niet , Corn, Klesh Tnts or Sore, Inflama
Ilea In the head, Stomach. Bowels, or Kldneva,
Hummer Complaint of Children, Worma.snd In
Samallon of the Stnaaaeh and Bowel, ('roup and
The reason why this Halm reschst all taes ess-
I because It reduee luflamatlon, and arouse
the secretions and nervous ay item Into action,
thl power la owing to the peculiar comblnallea
of Med leal properties wltboat Uielr belag e
trained The medicine la perfectly aafe , not eon
talntng any deadly poin, or mineral. It will,
U used freely, act Immediately upon Ite liver,
and all other aecretlve organ.
Hemel tSl falletwlmjg Owrtlf IcaVtee.
Krom Kev.John n. fflnley.
Claetanati, March 4th . I -.. i.
Or Poraba Tbla lathe Srsttlme In my long lift,
that I have given my name in recommendation of
any medicine, aa a general remedy, though I have
often b en eoltrtteo. I have used year Altera
tive Balm for eearl) two year; Srl. far the
rhaamalltm In uy hip and knee, of which I waa
nearly a cripple, then for vrv ear ere brolaeaon
two of my mmlly; the a violent attack of dlar
r boa on myaelf; then for leSamatloe, for burns,
bruites.and for a very aevere case of tlffum-k,
brought on bv a violent cold, and I think I have
had füll proof IU medlhal sroperttaa. In S great
many of the disease for which yoa reeomtSen It,
and I have aol foead It to fall la a alaajle one of
them. Still, Ido not say that It la an Infallible
cure, yet It la ... sober conviction, that It Is th
beat compound for lha- remedies fer which it Is
recommended, tnal I have ever tried, and I .have
tried many . I w ill not, If I can proearelt; be w iUi
out rt la my ft rail for soy eonlderatlon. H y
Ing that yoa will dill continue to rompuuud It bo.
neatly, and that It may relieve tbuuaands r suffe
rers, I moat heart' ly recommend It to my fallow
eltlSBBt ass most eioclleht Family Msdleln.
Youi J. anSctl nately .
Certiorate from D.I.. Ntsrr.
I have haowa Mr. Poraba' Alterative Balm to
pmrlorra a very extraordinary rar upon a horoe
that waa very badly col, some lime clnce.
I aecdtt externally, wiUigood affect. I believe
It to a perfectly cafe and ehlraeloa remedy to be
need In many emplalnt.
l. I.. HTA KK.
Pombbov, O., Oec. I, 'ft).
On. Poeaw: Vn.u medicine be completely
oured me, aod I am bale and (tout, and ne ist. a
of Kheumatlc pain aboalns, I am very thank
that you made you r appearance In thl plat e. The
Only re gret I sow have Is, that yon did not come
ooner, a much aufferlnaand expense would have
been dniic sws . I hop- yoa may slwaya be aoc
ceaaful aa with me, and live to s good old age, and
never euSwr with tbe Rheumatism. I have ?nly
used what Balm I bought of yoa, and am now a
new mau. Yours, truly,
TO THK PUBLIC.
Tnlata to certify that my wife wa afflicted with
the spinal affection and Jyapepala for alne yeara.
aid a large portion of that time confined to her
room. Three Joint of hor back bone were thrown
out of place and carved, canaed by dlaeaae and
pain. She waa quite bowed down in her atetare
durlog her I liner. We had three physicians st
lendtng her during the principal part of her III
nea,bu! ehe experienced no permanent relief
from their prescription. aflerwarda procured
ooe boUle of Hr. Ponba'i Alterative Balm, and
by the time he bad uaed that b.. tile aha felt great
relief Mho weed bat aeven bot BtoS, when be waa
entirely eared, eoend an well, of her Slaeaaea,
and her back. bone ba lost Its carve, and she Is at
alralghl In herateture a she waa previous to thu
atta-k. We hereby certify that we believe the
balm to be tho eeat medielne In uae, and we be
lieve It to be a certain care foi the iplnal affection
and dyapepeia, and cannot too highly recommend
it to any person amic'e.t with me above dlaeaae.
We alo (In. i itan erfectnal cure In uinv other dl-
aeiae Ir. which we have tried It In our family.
, f neil i ALBA, ('LA It K
MARY B. CLARK.
I.yncbbnrg, Highland Co., O., Jan. 8, '52.
Lynchburg, Highland co.,Jan.9, ".'.
Tbl I to eertl ly that I have been afflicted fer
eeven or eight yeara llhe aplnal affection and dya
pepeia, anu a part ni mat time wa coi.duhu to my
bed. I had li ie. I the various reme.lie tried pre-
scribed by the physicians who attended me, but
obta.ue.l uo Ii."... .mil relief ut. Ill I tried Dr. Fur-
Shat'a Alterative Balm, Hy the time I had used
three or lour bottles I felt great relief, aod had not
uaed more than aeven bottles until I was entirely
cured of the above named dlaeaae. I feel Tt dee
to the public, a well a to Dr. Dr. Poraba, to täte
the above named facta, aud to aay that I believe
tbe BALM to be the bed medicine In uae, and 1
canot recommend It loo highly to Buffering hama-
Ity. I nave used it in many other case in my fa
tally for which It was recommended, and It haa
given entire aatlsfaclion In all caaea.
Jona w ILXKB.
I am well acquainted with Alexvulea Clark and
hi wife, and alao John waller, and know the
above atalemenl to be mattete of fact, and tbey
are persons of respectability and candor.
I raa recommend Mr. Korsba'a Alterative Halm
aa being the best inodlclue I ever uaed for cramp
and pain. When I bad the Cholera, I was cramp
ed very much, and In leas than one rainute I wa
relieved of all pal ne. I have tried it for c ut, bral
ea, and burn, and found It to give Immediate ro
ller. I waa taken with a eevere pain in the back
could not straighten myself, and I only rubbed
It twin. and Lha pala left a, awl I wee ea well a
I ever wa. Itlagoud for Headaches; my son waa
attacked with a severe headache, and in one-half
honrafter bathing his hoad, ha wa relieved.
J. W. Atssa.
Certificate from N.S. Hubble, of the Cincinnati
Wehad a horse thrown overboard from a Coal
Plat, betweeu two boat, and fast In the wear al
the time, and a steamboat passing, which jammed
the boats to gelber, with the horae atraargllng at
the lime. He waa very much out and bruled.
After we rot him ont we ai-plied Mr. Poraha' Al
terative Balm freely to tbu cut. and bruleee, es
pec.lna. however that the horae wa ruined. Hut
after Blending about thirty n hour, the burae
wa put to work, aa wel I a ever, except the car
In comeqaence of the cute ha got.
And we would cheerfully recommend It to the
public aelhe be.l medicine we have used, and we
have tried all of he different kind that are in aae.
concur with i. .ter In rccoriiiincmug l)r . ror-
lha'a A Iterative Halm a the bed medicine we
ave ever uaed for hor, and alao for cute and
bjulaca on the buman person.
1. S. Ill til. S
Certificate from Chaa. H. Bryant. Req.
Cincinnati, Jan-H, 'to
liiirlng the mmraer and fall of 14 I waa quite
III al different lime, from dlaeaae of the dlaeaae
of th stomach and bowels. By the flrat of De
cember, the complaint ha. I run through tbe various
ttage of the diarrhea and'dyaentcry, and finally
the piles tet Iu to complete the almost Intolerable
physical m'sery to which this latter complaint Ire
quently soblecta the sufferer. I had been confined
to m bed for about a week with thl lal com
plaint, and wa verv muco reduced. I had appli
ed to a k illful phyaiciau, who had preacrlbed for
me aevcral eays. but I saw no evident symptoms
of recovery. At this point ef time, Poraha'a Al-
terailveHalm came under my observation. By
considerable peruaaloa,l wstladuced to lake It
In amall doaee of s teaapoonful aa ufleu at a par
oxyaraa of the dlaeaae came on. 1 bad taken come
three of Ibeae doses, when 1 fell decliledlv bell, r
and afterwards recovered with auch rapidity that
in two iiaysartrr l commenced taking the Halm, 1
was entirely free from the effect of the disease.
I believe the Hai.m U an excellent remedy for
dyapepala and Ita kindred complaint, dyarrhea,
iiyaeniery ana tne pile. I nave made tnia atate
tne.it al the reoiii-rt of .vi r. Poriha, wno kiniliy
acered me the medicine which I believe effected
o cure In tbe above nana.
Cma. S. Hsvast.
Wholeaale Jtepot, at J.m C. Reakhlrt'a, No. 31
Dr. Poraha. Drua- Mere, Nonh tide of Pl.th-Sl..
.niM.ra raim - n. im, t in. w .
Kor .ale by D. V, johnatnn, M . W . Halle, Slaugh
ter A William, J. Power. Llnck A Karonhar
and Wm. I.. Paniuhar.ln HrookvllW .and by coun,
try merchant generally.
IG LK II ART,
: I. at of j
,nd Hoceeaaorlo Ingle, Wheeler A Igle-
hartln KealKalatc Vgenciea.)
Attorner ait a.nw at at 4
. . - .
am as a a aaiau agcnii
Willallen, Uo the Collection of Debt,
ebasc and sale of Keal Bstate aad all 1 i er nro-
fneaional business hi truster! to him In Vand
nnrgh.and the adjoining oountlea In Indtaua
If POrrircnvaa thb cabal last
W. W. FRVBAR(iER & C(K,
Wnni.asALB Kbtail Hbai.bb.im
Dry Goods, Carpets, Paper Hang
CHINA. GLASS AND QUKKWSWARE.
Koala, Mi. Ilta Capa, atvmw
AND MANUFACTURERS OK
HON N I I AND MIMIII IV
CONNERS VILLE IND.
away 1 'ai ly
(West Side. bet. Sixth and 8eventh.)
SYKIMQ, aCOUKIIKl. ATKAM PININHINU,
Ac, Ac. r'arilcular ailention will ba given to
inlng white Crape, Broche and printed shawl.
Alao, Daruaak Cartaiut, Carpel, Rug, Drnggeta,
RTrdcr train ttac ( auntr) prasMp.
r attended ta.
aug 1 ly
WM, R. PADDOCK & CO,,
EXCIIANUt: Hit OKI icn,
COB NEK OF TIUHD AND WALNUT NTHEK'I
mar 14 ly
Looking Olavss Plate
rflUK I SUKKNKiKKI) have just received 1
1 supply of the varton alte of Look 1 11
rials, and are prepar. to till orders an reasonable
Hs.aaaAN A Dug..
te-we-.TC r IIIISIMiSil
Jf " " rjeaMBnssmaswEiaaSwawH
KrKKPMtfoeaUntU on hand, ('offlae ef all lae
I Sd doaeriptlnn, and a good Hearse with
which he ue nil funeral In town ot Country .
VI ITALIC ( IHUVX, of two .lies
tantty on haad.
J. ob ki.sta.
.. i. aa. MatiiN
aawi'sairrcaaaa or ana wwousials aaai.aa is
SHIRTS. DRAWERS. Ai TRUNKS,
No. is Pearl Strest, Clnrlnnstl, Ohio,
feb W ly
4a. w. n. oBfloa.
jao. l.o'f OBBOB.
OTONNOR k BROTHER.
wnet.atAi.t oslib in
rOHKIAVM AMI OOMIMK
!AO. HI PKAKLNTriKhl, BK I VA'KK.N VIMK
Head what Mrtoydea aayai No laedlelaeever
bad certtdcalue from auch reepoctable eeurree a
Carter's Spanlaa Miliars. Mr. F. Hovdea, on
of tbe original proprietors of the Aator Hoiiee.. .
V., .nd for a numowr af yeara of the K .. ....
Hotel, Klrhsaond Va,wat oured of;a severe attack
of Neuralgia, dy Carter' Hpanlah Mlxtnae. The
raoid cure eOnuied In hla ease, by thl. valuable me.
dlclne arrested bia attention, andeAClted hlalnler
i, he recoiarscnde l li to dtters afflicted with s
variety of disease, and In every intWnee a care
waa eSWiod. He reinarks It la alRscnlt in hnonr
wbet dlseaa It will uot eure or rwlteve.ee. ea a
blood purlllsrjiod tpring and fall uiedlriue.iehaa
neve, seen IIa equal. Hereoo.n.aend It to atlevnd
believe It to be tbe mo. I valuable remedv ei-
HOOFLAND S GERMAN BITTER8,
7As Ureal Heme I y fur Nervous Debility.
J M Hulebtaer, Doylestown, Pa. June 90, IBM,
My wife haa been afflicted with a nervous de
bility since September, ISM, since which timet
have been aaable to And any phial clan or medl.
eine that wosld beneSt her the lesat, anlll oee day
I called at the store of Dr. Harvey of thia town,
Ihr some tincture of ir.iu, and dearrtbed to him
the affliction, of my wife, he handed me a lot of
papera to read, anoaf which I found one describ
ing your Bitter. I immediately procured a few
bottlea from him, and am pleaaed to late that the
uae of the Bitter has don her more good than
all the medicine ahe haehereloforo takrn. I wish
yoa to Bead me a dotea bottle.
See advert! temeat.
I HAVE Olf HANDS very general aaaortment
I of book" and stationery' amors which are
A U tOblogrnplly" Of I'.lrrlnrtH right
ny ii'unl iu' and .Hv Frrfdom
S'ootpri lata of an lilnoratot
Hille, Ax and Baddleb
l'iasrcra of th W t
Scrap Hook. Hlaiik Hook. Pa Rooks, Dlarie.
for 137. Portfolio, and Hchool Hook of all kind.
uaed in tbla locality all of which are .old at tbe
publisher reiml picea , for cath.
TATIlhCHV ofallklnd,lnclullng Fool's
Cap, Letter, I,, o.ir i,l r law era' ui-, 1 '.n mer
clal Note, and Note Paper, by tbe ream or quire
THE .n.lli.tal.lKN 'will be furnished a
city prices S5 cent for Harper, and Id, for The
National. Pereon wno wish to take them In this
way will please callsoon.
dec I J 'Mtf. JUHN W. KBKLV.
CHEAP AND GOOD
TTPILLI AM FRANK, ANNOUNCES TO THE
ww citizen ol nrookviuo, and tne
real of the world, that be keec a good
supply of all kind ef Purnltarea hla
hop on Main aireel nearly oppjeite to
Smith dt Lyno'sCarrlagebhop. Aahe
make moat of It himself, be can Baa,
ore mend all tbe work that goes out of
the shop. Persona who wanlanvlhin
In hi line would So well lo call and e lamlne the
work and the price before buying elsewhere.
He keep all kind of cofflna ready-made, and r
good Hearse wrihwhlch he can attend funeral In
town or country . Give him a call.
Rising un Insurance Co.,
OK RISING SUN. IND,
Authorised Co pi tat I, aiOOvOOO.
BOARD 07 DIRECTORS:
8. HathaWav, J. C. Wbllb, B. B. Loaiae,
W. II. PowaLL, Wa. T. Pats, JohbCbacb,
H. P. Clobb, J. M . Jinbibu, (Jao. Gin-aaria
J. r. t',.ikY, o. 3. n.t.tB.r, 3. YV . TiLsorr
K. P. CoVIHUTON.
S. HATHAWAY, PretU.
B. J. Hatbawav, Sec'y.
r Plre and Marlue risk taken at eqltablr
If"pA II person de.lr.ng Insurance will call on
JOHN W. KKRI.Y, Auaarr,
( o !M; l'i). (ieneral Agent.
n. L. naNiai s
HOUMALI A aBTAIL BOOK SBLLKR,
Utloner, Printer and Blank Book Msii.ifac-
turer, Mo.llV Main street, Cincinnati, keeps con
tteutly on hand a full and complete assortment of
Blank Booka, Memorandum, 0., of hit own
manufacture. Merchants, Banker. Clerk of
County Court. Ac, will Bnd our Blank Uook,of
a tupertor quality. Particular attention paid lo
the manufactare of Blank Booka, ruled and
bonnd to any pattern, with printed head when re
quired. ir runt nne niana nooas are pagea.
Also, a fall and complete aaiorlmcnt of Mltcel-
laneooa and School Book, Stationery, Ac. Pur
chaser are respectfully Invited to give us a call
our term and our price favorable.
Cincinnati, March H.lftM.
DUHME k CO.,
Iinportcrsaud Jobbern In
JEWELRY AM) FANCY HOODS
No. 130 Main Street, nnder Commercial Bank,
TT"-Watch Maker Tool and Material.
NT.v. 11, ism, 7 ivr.
?j ?j 5j ?j 55 55 5
Trr"re the advertisement of Prof 0 J Wood In
another column. Ill hair reiterative Ita truly val
uchle preparation, a wlfl ho .eon bv Ihe rertlflral
accompanying the advertlemenl. We can with
confl.li ...e recommend thoae or our reader who
need uch a prerurallon to give It a fair trial, and
have no donht tne renlt will be satisfactory lo
them. Jttkaon Coudituiloutst.
Wl 1,1, allow 1 nie real on lime Depotit made
aflenhl date Iu Ohio or Indiaua uarreney.
pay ble In laiilar funds,
ny oriierni inn nearn,
JOHN WYNN, Caahier.
Hrookville. Feb I&.ISAA.
L. n. IBUal.lBB.
r. a. TCTTi.B
HGAttSBB a TUTTLE, Managers.
LITHO&BAFHIStr k IMMV
OX STEF.li. fOPPKH AND WOOD.
rpltK l!NDKHSH;.NKI A UK PDLIiY PKKPAK-
I cd lo execute anythlni; In the above brauche
of the Flue ara.
MIOOLKTON A WAI.I.ACF..
No I IS WalnutStreel.Odd Fellow Hall.
i'ltiiuaatl,ne.M. i"J-47 lyr.
Brookville Manual Labor Library.
mills Library will be opened, Saturday, Nov
I t9, al S p. m,,and every Ns.tnr.tay aflerwarda
from "J to " p-in. Members, and those who wish
lo become iiieiiilMsrs, will please rail. There are
already 1-' volume of eholre books. Term of
membership and the rule of the Library may be
learned of the Librarian. H I,. CASK,
PETER NEFF k SOS,
III II I KV
No. 93 Pearl St bet. Vino
march T ly
na. t. s. sasait. vs. j. nn saos,
T. B. HARRIS,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECA RY
R. K. COR. 4 MAIM HTN.,
march 7 ly
THE DNDER8IQMKD WISHES TO INFORM
the public, and partlcularlt thoae who waul
food looking pkctart', thai hi uallnry. In the 3d
tnry of II alle 'mil. ting. I oien in fair aad clou
dy weather, and Be guarantee good plrturet.
( all and ee the picture of ao.no of the beet loo
king clllaeut of Ihr loco.
dec!7 sw L. U. CIIAFKS.
m HO MA 8 J. w7HlTX,-")TARV
X LauasL.lao., will take ilaposliloi
wlllont aud ac
kuowledgvnanU.and allcud to Notarial buttu
. -i.- r v . eai
"Time is Money."
JO. St. t I.AMSl,alklsue w store, one door
south of the V a I.I.K V
If Ot'NK keep eonatanlly
on hand a general aeeort
..... . . of lewelry.
great variety of 1
FANCY ARTICLX8, 1
sueh as are usuallykept
b; jewelers. Re Is pre
pared alao to repair old
Jewelry, and to clean and
repair lock. ...d watches
on raasouat.lt. terms and
at abort notice. Ha will alaotalre old aileerand
tld In eaehangefor ened. nov is 'M
SMITH & NIXON,
Agentaforthe moat celebrated manu factories of
the Union, desire to call the attention of bnyer
psrtloularly to tbe above ceUbratnd Inatromenu,
ol which they constantly keep a aploudld aaeort
ment on hand.
Poa awirranaa, oaurv, an s)cbutv or Toaa,
.' or as-raiaino aom tors aas rosa,
oBLicacv or a at a.aia, raarsv
Tion or rtaiia, abb bbb.t
earn a at litt,
THKHTOIIAKT PIANO IH UNKUKPAHWHH.
Piano Hall, No 7) Pourth at., near Viae,
dee I y
Aaron A. Colter.
OKOCKKY PROUVCB AND COMMINHIUN
IKU( II I ,
H.K.COKNBM OP KVKNTH ANU MAIN NTS
i i iivv t ri. OHIO.
TAIT & SON.
a M OSiLSBS is
0 D U C E
Wo. Ü5 Ultimi! M., I in. iBHHtl.O.
G1 iro, mzm.s?m!m
ter. Kggs, (ira. n, Peathera, Dried Prulu, Pota
toes, Onions, Are.
Liberal C HH advaneemente made on eonalgn
menu. Orderafor Oroeerlee and Manufactured Artl
clee solicited and SI led on the moet favorable
term. may IS'
MY clock of YoanaHyaon.Uanpowdar, Imperial
At Black Tea I large aad well teleetedof late
Importation, pure and freah. Alao, Prime Rio,
Java, Mocha and Lag uagara Coffee; Prime X . O.
Sugar; Cruihed, Powdered, Loaf and Clarlled
Sugars; Golden syrup, n o. and 8. H. Molaaaes,
Cuba Honey, Rice. Natla, Window Olaaa, searales
Raft, Colored acd white Carpet Chain, Cotton
Yarn and Cotton Batting, with every article nas
ally kedt by Oroeer, all of beat quallutee, war
ranted to give aatlafactlon. for aale In qaalltlccto
null, at tbe lowstt markst prioet.
s. E. Corner Main dr Seventh 8treeta,Clntt..O.
May IS 183.
SKA LS OF FIFTY I.RTTRKH OR LK8N WITH
Hall 'i Percuaaloo A
Seals of 50 letters or less with R vena Percu'n $5
I " " " " " " Lever gS
Device extra, from gl to t-'.5o
Notary Public Seals la Percusaloo, S" m Le
Court and Corporation s.-ala, with large Lever
rres.es irom er." to gaa.
Daplloate matter for tbe Seal Write plain
Mind your I'aandJ'a.
AddreaaC. P. HALL.
Reference: seal Rngraver,
bnalneas men M Weal Fourth aireel
of Cincinnati. I Cincinnati. 0.
IDT. A. Ooodwln will act aa agent at Brook -Ills
for iheseSeal and Hree, of whom they can
hg obtained at the Manufacturer's price,
1JL I esst . Poort
NO. 342 MA.I ST.
BETWEEN 6TH, AND 9TH.
KK Si:H constantly on hand a beautiful aaaor
mentof HA TS AND CAPS,
oflhe moat fashionable kind. He Invite hla ol
friend at Brook villa to give him a call when the
May 7, 185V -I yr.
ruadwat and Filth atreel.Cinciniiall.Uhio.
Monumente, Tombs, and Orave Stones, Marble
Mantle and Statuary, Babtitmal Fonte, M anral
I ablet, Urn, Vatet, Harden hlgurei.t ahinetand
Counter slabs, ee. Ac, constantly on hand and
fnrnlabed to order.
Tht 1 radeaupplled with Marble I u Block ant
Slab, or Sawed ot order.
PliKANE READ THIS.
IOWA LAND AGENCY,
I RTII.L AT KN D TO THB BUS I N KSS OP I N
1 vetting money In wild or uncultivated lsndt,
rarest, and town lota; paying laxe Ac, for per
ona living at a dlatanoe. Fund can be aent with
rely in draft on New York.
aTboae wishing lo pal their money where It will
be safe, and yield a large per caul., can have it to
invested by addreaalng
July IS ABRAHAM CARKY,
'e.tar Pall, Black Hawk Co., Iowa.
Watches & Clocks.
1171 RAWÜOV I I Mil It Ml IN K
IT vice to the cltlxent of
Prookvllleand vicinity. In the
Watch and (Jiocn
Mi.k, r and llrpalrer;
niaklun and nioeding
Long eiperleDee and ttrlct
are his recommendattona. -
shop! doors North or Llnck
v Karuuliar s store.
(live me a call every body, and I will warrant
salisfactlon. dec. 10 IHM
G. W. Coffin & Co.,
BELL & BRASS FOUNDERS,
DBA I.KKS IN
LEAD, ZINC COPPER,
ill in h TIN. HPELTEB SOLDEB,
Ml I l t HSIVIi, HHAM
(OIKS, WH IM TL KS),
s, ins A lOt l'.ntat Secead ar Calw
umbla st reel ,
i.llK KKI.I.S are executed on true Scientific Sad
U Harmoiilac principle, a followed in the 0rt
Hell Pounderiet oi uerassny, rranoe, nonan
and Kngland. nov 7 1
READY MADE, OR MADE
Any lastntltry Quality ar Ntyla
An aadlaaa variety of
Ladle and (.ml
bealq lalliy KldOloveaal
ISAAC P. SMITH,
No. KlEaal Fifth atreet, opposite tbe llennlson
Not m ly
EMPORIUM OF FASHION
OKNTLKMKN'H FL'KMSIIISIIINO AND
1 1 o 1 11 1 M. F.wTABSl.lNHair:4TIItI
riMIOMAS Hi KRIS would Inform the putdlc
I that lie has luat received a part of his Block of
Coed lor the Pall and Winter trade of IMS-7
III aortmenl I complete, embracing all artl
elea uiaally found In clothing and turnt. hing
tore. Hi (lock of
Constat of Coal. Pant, Veata, Hhlrta, Collara,
Cravat, Hninlkerchtefa, Huepeuder. etc.; alao
woolen and cotton I'aderehlrta, and lira were, of
tha beat quality.
I also have s at ek of India Rubber r:nala aud
leegina, Carpel Haga. varloua k Ind, Hair Braahea,
CLOTHS, CA8SIMEBS8, ESTIlfOS. ETC.
I havr a complete aatorlmenl of the above nam
ed artlrbaa, ana will always be prepared to make
fullut ore (Ingle garment at the aborted uo.
lice, aud warrant a Si In all caaea.
A 1 stock or Hlndlsurs, Cordlngs, Milks,
t hread, Battoua, Ac, alwaya on baud. Tboaa
wtntlng auch article will pleaae call.
I'artlculsr atlanllon paid 10 cutting gentlemen's
1 1 II
ru.enu. i'crsons wisb'ng anything dornt in thia
ill pleaae call. Trtramlnga ol all klnda frr-
1, label, If iletlred. From my long experience I
feel eonSdent I will be able to give entire aallafae
l Ion, a heretofore to all who may give me their
patronage. I trntt thai thoae who have ao liber
ally patroolaed mo for year peat, will continue
their ravor. tom bur i on.
Hrmemher the Plmrr unit Krmemktr (r nemr .
Conueravllle, Jan 113
'LAW. Orrtcs, N
ling, Brookville, lad.
lie Id Jlibfriiscnuiils.
INDIANAPOLIS V I'INC'INNATI
TIMI TARLP. IXTTWAR.
M..B.IBU I'.bsbbob' i eavea Cincinnati S, r.
rlvee al Npndei' miij, Ind.anapoll 0;SO.
Rvnavwe PaMBseaa. Iravec Clnclnnall S40p.
m., arrive at .Snide' . Indiatiauoli 7iS9.
I.KOik.iBtTioa Taata Leevea
tmatl , p.
n. , arrive at Spades' It 'M. Indianap4l. i t:,.
Tl Mr. IAHLK I'WAnD.
MoaRiBO PaaaaBeaa levavra Indianapolis T:10
A. K., arrive aiHpad' !U,i8,Ctiic tnnai! lit.SU
Sfaik Taaia-Leave Indlanapoll IVSOm, arrive
at Spade' :tai, Cincinnati OS
Nienv Rirasaa lesavca Indianapolis OAS PM.
rlvea at HiSlua' K 15 A . U ., Ctaotaaa I, 4nJS.
41 '1KB BY
WOOLLKY. HILL fa OEliRY,
Wholesale J Halali Dealer In
XLa BAT II Ell,
tShoe Findingti, T.uihci Oil.
aa bbb B a BBBBe
RO. S BfAIR STRRRT, NSAKTHH R1VKH,
int iiinali. Ohio.
If" Leathar bough tin the rough, for which the
gheat cash price will be paid. A II
cash price w III be paid.
1 receive prompt attcatlon.
Q A. ROBINSON, J lt..
Attorney A CounNellor,
I xx ciinnapolis.
OPPICK NO 90 RAST WAHHIRUTON ST.
00T8 AND SHOES!
We are now In receipt of our
1 I i: K STOCH
BOOTS AND SHOES!
To which tbe attention of purchaser I rwapectral -
ly Invited. Wa Inland to keep stall times
At ood au IstMorl iiienl
sicso befouud Inlaeclty, which wa vUI sell at
A e have In stare and arriving a well se
lected stock of
hmbractnir tbe prlucipal style usually
ee i ny, wa.cn we win sen
AS CHRAP AS THR CHKAPBST."
(Jive us a call before purchasing .
. B. I III l I i,
No. 3 Little's Block.
1 F . ü L K 1 C H ,
Tliiwual liiistriiiu't Tlalacr
N. B. COB MSB WALK.'T ABO MIMTTH STBBBTS,
(Metropolitan Building, on 9th, one door Eaat of
Walnut,) keep constantly on band a variety of
Violins, Double Bass Violins,
Vlollaoallo, Flute, Clarion Ott. Ac; Bra In
strumenta, ore; Military Flfeaand Dru ma, Whole,
sale aad retail. rxTRupairlrur neatly done.
sep U ly
F. THOMPSON & CO..
Wholesale Dealers in
ITS, O X S ,
.No. 71 Pbabl Stbbbt, , Hbt.
Walbvt A Viae
VRNSWSLL. O. H. HII.L. J. S
UUNNEWELL, HILL CO.,
a 3 Importer of
China. E a r th enw are.
aa db.lkb ta
Lamps, Waiters, Brittannia Ware,
87 M A I K STRUT,
Cjlncin nati , Ohio.
aep U 6m
T. J . TV BBB. H. I. KlktBLt.
TYNER & KIMJJLÜJ
Orneral Ueale-. In
Oroceries, Hardware, Queensware
Iron, Mails and Sail;
ATTIIKOIiD BUKTOS STA Nil,
ap 11 I yr
HE fl E W
For It a t e
BB SI RE TO OO TO
All Varieties. Lawns,
OLOVES, LACES, EMBEOIDEET,
PrinlM, sfaiiiKliaiiiMa v
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
ap94tf W. MORROW A CO.
WAVE Vor SEEN THEM !
A T TH
OLD WHITE CORNER
D. CH1PMAN k CO.,
FLOUR AMD PRODUCE
White V ater Canal Basin,
Doing an asclualve Cemmlaalon Buslneaa, we
give prompt and personal attention to all Coi:lgn
ment of Hour, Bacon, Lard, Clover Need, Grain,
Ac, foraale In thl market. Pill order for every
pawle of merchandise, a l lowest price, and for
ward without delay all rnerchandlae coualgned to
our care ,
JTJTUberal dvancee atade on Consignments.
XjtfHt ?ra. T.
' a wwrW.wifcaaaaesj
The Subacrler keep constantly on band a corn
icle assortment of llano Wortes from the boat ma
ertln tbe UultaHl State, al Haste ra pricea. Also.
SIIKKT MUSIC, IMHTRUCTIO ROOKS,
s all aian or
Pleaso call at tbe
INDIANA MUSIC 8 TOBE,
no. a ba ras hocsk,
WILLAKD dr NTOWKLI
s. rstai h
s. 1 SRttTtaS.
FRENCH. WYNNE & CO.,
Importer and Wholeaale Dealer rn
FANCY DRY GOODS
MANUFACTURERS OT WOOLEH HOSIERY,
Po. IS Pearl St., between Vine A Raee.
marUty . i.
D.. I'rfl Mi' I AN da
rrt a, oppwttie lyper A Mm be a
eesas, oa Maina
atreet, Brookville, lad.
:-w ' laSiwaBBaBB
NOTICE 10 MERC
If vtjSTXO IsttatauRlT
1004 ah riMlomrrt
BAKHlVS tTlf'STÖB flA
144 W A LH UT STRKK1, BXLOVT FcUKTH,
f have a large and choice stock of
SILK. PUR, CAkjSIMKRK, WOOU
OKITT' A WD BOrs'
C IsFlh, Plnsth A rarCaptt,
And will aell tbem al Low Fucbbb. aaS diumnnt
4 per cent, fer caaA. n a. HAK AK,
. 144 Walnut ateeet.
W. G ft U I. QU13K,
tlloracy.at . Hrei v'llr.lad.
EAKtli DI.AR atuatlon paid u the nAlestaa
aad tecurtot; of . la. u.a.
Omeet room formerly occupied by Jno. D
liowland, ever Ba lltoe"
IMPOMTKK AND UKALKK IU
Daguerreotype, Ambrotype, and
s t o c k ,
Prencb and Amerietui l lales. Frame., CtVeaaleal
aad Cac, Herman and Amsrleaa amers. .eh
er! Agent for the isppay of Uagaerieptyae Ay
paratua and mau.rlala of every dearrtptloe. ate.
30 rifth atreet. taioas -l . or from SValaea, street,
( laclnnatl. teptli ftts
M. B1ÖHOP, AND
WU01 KMALK OHoCCKF,
Forwtvrdiug it Commiaaiou Merchauta,
HEMP, GRASS SEEDS, A PRODUCE
MO. , FK0ÄT MKKET, KAR f OF MAIK,
Opposlta th - StiHmbeAt Landing,
OIKCIN MATI. OHIO,
TOD D ' S
WnoLaaaLB aan Kavau.
NO. 60, älXTS BTBtTKT,
CI N CI N N ATP, OHIO.
am now recelvina dally Kre.a. Floe aad C.v
Oistbbb, In th Shell, or in Kcga and ('ana. from
New York, ale I timer aad Norfolk. A eoaauet
supply alwava for the entire teaeoa al thia, the
... nan .land In the city. Bo two rtrti when
Oyatera ar scarce. Oy ter packed la lee sad
sent Bj where ordered. All order pro
Ail order promptly filed.
Ö ROADWAY HOTEL.
if CI.CIKATI, OHIO.
Capt. J, H. Cromwell. Proprietor.
Breakfast at 5 A. M., for Passengers bv
the Morning Trains.
HARRISON AND WILSON,
t (Sec -eaor to Harrlaon, Baton A Co.)
CIS CI MS ATI
JIUNtard and Mpice lilU.
No. SSand 101 Walnut Ktrewt,
" - e. a ' V4 I
P XXX- Spicos,
The attention of both City and ( nnirv Mar.
cbanu who wish to procare Ground Spice free
from dal i. ration, ituvlud to oar Maaalactorlng
r..utoiiaaineni, v ana 101 vtainul lUrnl, aaeiB
they can purchase taw rcas tan. 1 a, fin any quan
tity, ta bulk or peak age a suilaflle lor retailing.) al
fair pricea aud upon reasonahle terms. In con
nection are wonld atate, that our prtee for war
ranted pare Splceaarenot lower than thoeeof the
raw material, bat pay u only a .mall profit over
and above the ekpeuee ol grinding aad pack tag.
A XT e X o O m
KO. 17 ILLINOIS 8TRT,
SOUTfl OF PALMEB HOUSE,
PATENT SPRING BED,
THE BEST ARTICLE MADE,
For Sale only by
1 1 nv:
Jul) 3 11
17 Illinois Strtyet,
OP PALMER HOUSE.
ItALNUT STREET HOUSE,
7V Walnut St., bet. Sixth aad Seventh St.
Oinnatl, O .
J. W. Proprr.
eptll 57 6m
SCHRICHTE (V RE ID,
Or A' KM TO THB :iri.E! OT
Franklin county, Indiana,
MONUMENT'S & TOMB STONES,
O1 the very h4n quality and finish, al aa low rale
a can be furnished in tht Valley. A their work
peak forltaelf, they refer to Hyaliner In tbe .bop
or In the graveyard whyre Hi air ady et ap.
Tbey will also keep aa aieortaaent of tawed free
lone, or dreeaed lime alone, orfurnlsh tbem to
order, at abort notice, ftr stlla, step, Ac.
Ofllceon the eaalttdeof Public q'iare, Brook
ville, Ina, ander the America OOle.
W. oYonaoa. J. 1.
C0NN0U AND BROTHER,
wh jlksau; UKAi.r.i:s i
No 81 Pearl Street bot. Viue ami Hacc,
03 WHOLESALE A
AND Dl AN,
KKTAIL DKAI.KRS IS
MV, ?ii:im ii.
PAIKTS, OI!.S, VajmsBBS, DTX-STUPFS,
Paint, Varniah, llair, and Cloth Brushes.
Patent Medicine, Fancy Soapa,
Klint and Creen Otaatw are. Window Claas. Putt
Ptre-Proof Paint (dry and In oll), White ane
Brown Zinc Paint, Ac, dee.
NO. 40 KA8T WASUürarow ST.,
aprll 17 S?
pOUNTRY PRODUCE OP
AJ All kinds taken In esrbaiixe for rood at tha
h.ifhe.t market price, by
hrookville, mo. it-r.n. nwui.r..
r. a.Vvx ca. t. i. wituaa.
(Poraterly With C. B. Camp A Co.)
U00ÜM AND WILLIAMS,
J wmolbba lb aas BSTaiL naai is
HATS. ( VPS.
Childhkm and Muses'
Ladies' Dbbss Furs,
l BU IMLO HOBE,
123 Main Street,
Between Third and Fourth mUJf '
Cincinnati, O .
ITr'Tae hl(wwA price peid for Strippt.. r Pttra .
jWjENS' AND ÜOVS- C0AT8,
iifl Paat and "tali aisisa ' tbe s rat aom, si.
waj. on baud anil lor aaleb'
1 WK.N .V KIMKI.K,
riXQ. HOLLAND r C BIHKUTTc-AtrC
X KVSAl' LAV. t'Bos lu rtathv't
weetofVoart Howwa, Brook vllh, Ind.