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Wan1a BYOoloft, Match al. I860.
trKoxliiiK MiUaron Krery PR.
mniuFor t.noals, Telsfcraph. and oth
mtttAM ofinTet and luforiaatioD,
First and Fourth l'nei.
"The Charge for the Coming Campaign."
Wl clip tli following item from a lit
number of tha Cincinnati Comrosroial :
Henry Ward Beenher haa a political 8tr
paper iii this week' Independent, and aoun
ding tha eharia for t'.ia coming eampaiga
Hera it a fiaaena from Una dooument,
which will sbo ila apirit:
Another ten Tears Ilka tha laal ten. and
our Court will hava ailently rerolutionited
our Constitution. Judicial Construction ia
purging our law of liberty, and putting as
iron rod into the hand of our Constitution,
with whioh to crush that tery aanotity of
human right for whose pretention it wa or.
dmned The fuprsms Court of tha United
Ktate is an enemy 01 liberty, and tha friend
of bondage. And, like a great heart, it ia
aending out dcsuutio blood through arerj
artery of tha government. Our aril i des
perate, our danger critical. If taken now,
it may be erereoroe. If deferred, it will by
and by, demand a hundred-fold eiertion, or
else defy all effort. Tha slave trade ia
opened, and Tnlnanio. Africa again streams
lava upon o-ir shores. The Court ia prepa
ring the wtij, step by step, for tha suprema
cy of slavery In every part of this continent
One of the Rrat "n( vital questions to bs
deoided li the approaching presidential oon.
teat, is whether this government is to b ad.
ministered io accord unoe with tha provis
ions of the constitution, or ia disregard of
thorn.
The "spirit" of tbe above artiola is, that
the .Supreme Court of tha United Htatea ia
net to be regarded and sustained as tha ax
pounder of tha constitution, and of the eon
ttitutionalUy of the laws of CongTeaa.
Under our system of government there
Mi'sT necessarily ba boms tribunal o Ci.ti
math resort for the decision of conflicting
views and opinions, upon questions invol
ving constitutional rights. If it were not so,
there would be endlesa controversy, turmoil
and agitation. No government of law can
eiist, unless such tribunal is established and
its deoisiona enforoed and sustained, until
legally reversed.
"Judicial construction," the reverend
champion of abolitionism tells us "is purging
our law of liberty and pulling an iron rod
into the hand$ of our Conttitnlion with
which to truth that tery sanctity of human
right for whose protection it was ordained."
Suppose we strip this idea for a little while,
of its inoongruou verbiage, and aee what it
means. "Purging law of liberty", and putt
ting an iron rod into tha lands of tho com
etitution'' may all be very fine imagery, but
what doet it mean? Now if it means any
thing, it means that the Supreme Court of
the United States, in deciding that Congress
has no constitutional power to forbid the re
lation of slavery in . the territorial of the
Vnited States, has excluded liberty from
law. What liberty baa it encroached upon?
lias it made any negro a slave who was
free? Has it forbidden any man to emigrate
to any territory or put him upon any diflort
ant terms in his occopanoy of such territory
from tlioflo granted to other citizens? Cer
tainly not. How then baa this "purging"
process been done? Tha "law'' wbicb the
decision of the Supreme Court has laid
down simply is this; that a .Southern man
has a right to emigrate to a territory with
bis slave, at least so far as Congressional
interreiMon is concerned. Almost any just
man, especially a truly christian minister
might reasonably suppose, that in territot
ries acquired by the joint exertions, by tbe
joint blood and treasure of slave holding
uod nun slave holding states, the citiiens of
the former ought to have the same righta in
suoh territories with their property, that
oitizens of the latter have with theirs. Is
there any thing monstrous in this? .
lint again "an iron rod is placed in the
bands of the Constitution by judicial con
struction, to crush the very sanctity of bu'
man right fur whose protection it was or
dained." Let us see. What "sanctity of human
right'' wns the Constitution of the United
States ordaiued to protect? Tbe reverend
gentleman would have us imply that it was
something like freedom from snvery, , That
is notoriously not true. When that consti.
tution waa ordained, all the States with one
exoeptioo were slaveholding ' States. Tbe
rslation of master and slave was recognised
in the most marked and positive manner.
It is only neoessary to refer, upon this
point, to Lbs express constitutional provision
requiring the rendition of fugitive slaves,
and tha legislation of 'U2 pursuant thereto.
Nay more this atrocious si.avb tbaob,
which Mr. Hueolier' indignant fancy paints
as tha "lava" that "volcanic Africa" "stream
ei upon our shores," was allowed to ook
tmt'B uicrnBcKiD by ar law until the year
1 W8, whioh woe twenty years from tbe time
that tbe protective provision , waa inbkrtbd
m thb Constitution or tub Unitbd States;
Let us turn to the language of the Con.
etitution in reference to this matter, not for
the purpose of casting any odium upon tha
wisest and most patriotic assembly of men
that evet met together, but to arrest this
cant of modern day a, that the 'sanctity of
human rights," violated as ia olaimed in tha
institution of slavery, was so preeious In the
eves of the frumere of tba Constitution.
It is seotion 9 of Article First to-wit:
"Tha migration or importation of such
persons as any of the State now existing
shall think proper to admit, shall not be
jroiii;trcf by Congress prior to tbe year
l8'W, but a Ux or duty may b imposed on
such importation not exceeding ten dollars
for each person.'' t i
Here stands a provision incorporated into
the Constitutor of the United States by
those by whom it was ordained, interdicting
the exercise of tbe power by, Congress, who
otherwise would have possessed it, to arrest
the lava stream that volcanic Africa was
then pouring upon our shores III'
bat duas this provision teach us; this
recognition and virtual raoTicrion of that
t inhuman traffic?' which baa since reoeived
the condemnation of tbe oivilised world and
baa been declared Pibacs". Ill' How can
tba framera of the Constitution of , IJia Uni-
' ted Slates in tha estimation of Henry Ward
, Beeuher, and suob as be, escape tha wither
log ours of Uod for having legaliaed and
protected tba importation, of alavea into tba
United States from 1789 until 1808?
, j It ia fortunate indeed fe Our ooiaisea hu
manity, thai tbera is wise, a merciful, and'
, ' j4t Cod- bote decree M Car abors tba
varying judgment il uc$44g gscsratieM
of men, and nniiifliicnooi bjr tho t pa-flons,
the Interests or tin "pr,i?ice tl, alter-
nately sway the nmions of mtvnkitid. n
Who Indeed but the ra t inveterate ami
hopeless blgnfor funatia, bi-livr that t'locs
treat and gfSod tnori who laid for tho llrni
, , , . , . . ., , ,
foundations of empire and gave to the wotlj
an ,t,nJa nt mnrlerAlinn tn.l viJ.im that
an example ol moderation en.i wtsaom.inai
will stand forever on the ffnorJil (,f ritimart
... i
historv m a bon.ir lo the raoe, have met
,h. condemnation of thei, M ,k,r, fo, having!
permitted tho continuance of the ateve
tralfia. Alas ! if humitn Jndgment were o
be earried into r xsoulion the wlioln race
,,, . , , ,,
would be oonsigned lo endless perdition.
No-.h. action of tha frame, of the Con.
tttution Uetpttflo of oomploto dnrence
up to that timfl tho tlnto trrtao n4 DffB
, i . i j j nv. .
toleritoJ sod fncoiirad ty civilize I m-
turns.
Ia the oourtly age of KliiiWa of Eng
land, with tho approbittioq of tint y jocnof
(Queens, the slave trade was nl only tolora-
ted but protected aud foatersd. , Its mon ip
oly was transferred Iroui rnn to another of
tboa kingdoms, thai have united in pro-
nounoing it piracy, and vaat anms wre
successively realised from thote transfers.
Residra, whso the convention sat, In 177,
the cit'sens of many of the S ates North as
wait ft. Aiitti Mrara itnnnl tmr.Kntti.il liv tlin
investment of . capital to tlie slave trade
which was regarded, by other nations of the
world a a legitimate traffic. In ad lition to
In ad lition to
tbif many State dcitired a further incrcaie
of their industrial force, and it was under
all thes ciroamstaners,' for the great alte.
rior purpose of , forming mora perfect
union, establishing justice, insutingjdomes
tic tranquility, and aeouring tbe blcsaingsuf
liberty to themaelvcs and their posterity,
that our forelatbera ordained and establish
ed the constitution that still stands with the
provision In it to which we have alluded.
That constitution establishes a Judiciary
department of the Federal government. It
is tba Constitutional province of that Dot
partment, indeed its boundco duty, to decide
questions of Constitutional exercise of pow
er, where such ezeroise of power infringes
upon individual rights. The right of a
slaveholder to own and hold his slave, is
recognir.ed by the constitution of the United
States clearly and unequivocally. Tbe right
of a slav to be relieved from all obligation
to bis master, is not a right that is rccngnii
sd by that Constitution, notwithstanding
Governor Leonard and Ilenry Ward Itoeoh-
er and other abolitionists, may olaim that it
is a right recognized by a law mk;!!f.h than
tbe Constitution. That may vr may not be
so. tit tnat uod himsoil Is the only judge,
and fortunately in this enligh'.cncd rige of
the world we have no tribunals invested
with power to enforce II is decrees, er rather
what fallible roan declares to be His decrtot
Philip the Second of Spain bad such n gov
ernment, lie assumed to be the iuternrotcr
of tbe will of God, the higher law, and the
groans of -an hundred thousand immolated
victims, and oppressed subject.!, attested the
melanoholy fact, tlrat be wielded tha physi
cal power to support his iiih pretensions.
The enlightened senso of manhood at tiiia
ais of tbe world stands aghast at tbe atroci
ties of a tyrant who, under the sanctimo
nlous garb of a most devout profession of
religion, and a representative of the will ol
God, flooded, the Ketbermad with b!ooJt
erected scaffolds upon which noblo victims
expiated the sin of patriotism, and pl.inted
stakes at which believers testified in ilmnos
the sincerity of their faitli in the truths of
reformed religion. Our goTernmcnt, thank
God, does not assume the piwer to enforce
the observance of any law Jiijjhcr than (he
Constitution under which it hs.i its exist
ence; but it docs profess to enforce all laws
passed iu ncoordance with tbe provisions
that instrument, and bus wisely provided
tribunal which has tho legal and constitu
tional right to . dbcidk whether laws havk
been passed in consonance with those pro
visions.
This war then upon the Judiciary, tin
libel that Judicial construction will result
in the overthrow of our liberties, must be
put down, or tbe government itself must be
put down, and "bloody treason flourish over
us.'
BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
THa Orioiital Medicine Established in 1HV7'
anu nrai arucie ol uie Rluc cveriutrutluceil un.ler
the name of "Pi-lmonic Wai-ems," in Do. orany
other country: alt oilier fuluiiinlo Ualcrsarc
eounterfeltt. Tho Kenulne can tc kuouu ly tha
name HKVANbclnc stani)r.l on each WAftll.
ItHVAM'K PIII.MdvIi' waL'i.-u
Relieve Cougl.s, Colila. Boar Throat, Huaraime.s
BKYAtt'8 PULMONIC WArtHS
Ralleva Asthma, Brouobltis, nilllcult Ureathlnr.
BHVAN'H PIll.MllN-ln U'll'VIiu
Qellava spitting of Blood, Haina la the Chest.
Relieve Incipient Consumption, I.uuir lli.es.ei
BRYAN'S PULMONIC! WAKHM
Rallsv Irrltatloa of the I'xula anrt Tootils
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAKERrt )
Relieve the atove CooiplHtrts In Ten MUiutei.
uniita o r v i..yiu. io H At lilts
re a blessing to all Clasaea aud Ciiustitutloaa.
IlkVAM'H VI1I.MHN.in U'lLLUO
Are adapted to Vocalists and Publia speakers.
BHYAM 6 PULMONIC W At KhS
Are Is a simple for anil pleasant to the tn.te.
BRYAN'S PULMoNIO WAVKHS
Not only relieve, but ettteet rapid andlniMn? Cures
bryan'b pulmonic wakeks
Ar. warranted to give satisfaction to every one.
no rauiuy suouiu ue wituout a Lox ol
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers)
iv tns fmi'xa
No Traveler should I without a supply of
- - Hijsas ruiiuuuiu waliora
I BIS POCKET. . '';
No person will ever object to ftivc
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
TWCMTV-IVB L-JEMTS. .
JOB M09KB,SoleProprietor,uiuheiiter, N Y
soldby . W. W. s'laWAHT,
Byl llayton, Ohio.
NOTICE IN PARTITION! -
PETE It MILUEU, (a minor) of (ho county
ot rri.nhiin.ta thu 8Utof Ohio'. wlJl tak t.,..
tice that ou the .tJii Uny ol Kutiruni y. a. ii. lo a
petition wu tiled AKtiuit Mui in tlieiSiittriur (.curt
of Montromery county, OMo, by An.trtw J. CuU
bag),lDi Mry CubhnKts hit wi!u, mutl li now m-iuI-inr,
wheratn tho attul Autlrcvv and Mry Cubbie
dmuaiKt partition or the fiiliowitig i!ffi iheii rt'tti
Itala. io wit In -lot umlirrfU litre ttutitjre:, ai.d
veuiy-nve 01 me reviittHi buuihcii ot U,l m
tha oity of Unyton, In tha eounty of MontKnntery
aad rtu of uhlut" and that at tha Artl tf rm, X!
L.. IbaKi, of anld Court, aplu'Htlni. wilt tw mntlt? iy
tha iiatd Andrew and ft I wry Cuttaire tut an ordur
that partition may be oiat.at ot (! pretHiiea,
laUd thin 34th day of Kvlirimiy, itum.
ft1S4-ttdvtt '
Uy IMIIS. V. TILTON,
Att'y. for Petit Ulnar.
HBIfRY DBAM S ESTATjJ.
NOTICE U hereby (tiven that the qoder
tlgaad have thtt day beo apaoiuu-d A1
miniitratorionttiaeatateoi H;nry Utam, deutiaaed
Uuof Wontou.jryouuty, Ohio
' ' t . . U. M.' IKAM"
.i , ADAM UiiAM,
fetiM'lww 4 ,f .
NOTIOB. .
MOTtCE Is hereby riven that Jumrs F.
. . Chal'aat has been duty qualified as AdmUils
tJl0.t bo1"" n"D' 01 ,h "tuts of John .He
aaaden, deoeasud, late of Montgontciy county All
psraons knowlafthemSFlvea lu.lliie.I,wlll call and
aettla tha aaniei and all peisuns liavinx claluia
M.ln.t said ratal Kill pie.cut the aam Blttiar lo
tha undaralauad or a. M. ulllvnn,:u.,liunie,iita.
'"Ivs .a '.MKli "ALKaHt. Adilr"
rrtt n,m. mn, ww
II A. Y. II A. Y,
TIMOTJJY hay py THE PALE!
"'''.- At ibwriauaiuM -
GHAQ. 2j) CLARKE,
t"S, V' i r jl a rp
I.V I'l il,J4' J i k3 I, .V A is
;': ' ' !; Ann
OKNTlllA Ii AOKNTs
; 4 , "- - ;,"7 , .
I il-Ij buy and sell on I ominiaainn Hnal
b W k-.tateoraii kimii, tmn.it, ui Warrant.,
N"e., MoMaar., An t make onh-ot ln. and llf.o
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'nf"tr'v t a.nM m nt iimw
: l.omiMiilt, snil tin a (nrtitl axnoysndooiamlttiun
im.mc... , i I 1 '
''h,rSi. ''
r "''''rjTTTo 1'" u"a in"" '
1 t A R M O P Oil oA IjL. -
! f.fi KH s" n,i,M rrnm iM' f""""""!
1 t t'v' anrSs onatv, ntt H si lie from llrowirt
Kmiinn on the Ii. w. h. it , i.m rrt iiniifrflut
'"'Z wTt.uZSiS:".-'
'" i'"1 fr"'h ot '"""'"x thr,MiKh th
,j .niity m riu biftm.
Thu U n nr4t-rt. Ki-m. hnA will irtM it pi
ni itw i,ueriof uoa i.omii) tuiaioriA
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l!7 AtH t mil Wrttof Itldnoy, on flntrot4. 78
n-rrm un-ler culilvnttun. ruinltrt,bit frume tlwrll
tti hti'Kf of rmimi Well, outera, orrhnttf, t
jUuiJ f foo'lquahtjr.
ALSO,
SI Aorfi nnr tti OntrcvlH Plk. Hindi 1 frm
hf. it n.i itm.Ui. in-itmb-v iir mup.
,u,,awauwn, l-.inc. tm " r.. "'
; ' CH ari.iis K. i'i arkp.
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rwv v rare A x a
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203 ACHES FINE LA1 DIN LA PORTE
WUl l
'PUIS Is a very choice piece of land, and in
-X. enc ot the batt oouiitlea tn Ihe Stat.'.
win i.e exehn.-il i vmi improvetl CITY
' H as. k Vt.ARKt.
.J'
( If H'l Uulliitiii,11ilil ttitat.
For Sale Cheap.
rIIIE Kesitlence of K. Anson More, on
X gpiond ttreat, naar Perry, la ollcrvtl at a bar
gain, If application It matte toon.
Thlt la ona of tha moat daalrahl places In the
city. Tha boute la lar.-. aud turulthaa witUatcrr
ouuvenlvm e. Inouitt-of
C11AH. C. CLARK R
Keal Folate AKetlt,
aovse ciesa's Biiii.iim.suat
" for sale cheap.
Itt ACHGS on (he River Hoed, nfrr the
J r.'lnlnnfttt R. R., nilliti from the eltyt
Oilll frma ttouo nn1 t'lliTt, lnt,(i fruU viDs,
fco. A wry Utiiril. lavce lor it G Artie n a.
CH AS. K. l.AHKR,
fttiea Ttilnt itrft.
F A N 1 VV A KHANT4 IIOUOHT A MOLD
Kan.a., Nabra.aa.or Missouri, tr
JLi t()ina.Usitt quoUtlojii, or loeated In lows.
uuri, ij
CUAI. B. CLARKK,
ThinltrMt.
MEUCHANTS'
Insurance Company,
. OF HARTFORD, CONN. '
Capital, $200,000.
CHAS. K. CLAHKK, Agent,
CIckk'. HulWInn, JiLt.
sugitt
OltAKD
COMPLIMENTARY CALL
BY THE LADIES .
For the Benttit of
The Washington Guard!
rpHE LADTKS OP THIS CITY Will, (;1VR A
1 Hill and !Htpperror the nliove purpose, no
j TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 10TH-
AT UECKI-X'SIIILL,,
'A aPLCNIMO KI.AOwlll le presented to lha
i ouipauy ouriug tn evening, uy tlieclttzens ol IJay
ton.
Mutlo by the Hcglmental Hand.
Tic KK IS
nihU-lt
.(1 00
JOHN COHAN
Manufacturer,
AT IIIS OLD STAND,
On Mb at, between Jefferson and Canal,
... HKKPi CONSTANTLY O.N HAND
CA7MAQE9,
BUQCIES.
SULKIES, &0,
fV tho f.ntest Stvle nnd Heft quality.- Old
v Carriages taken in escbanre for new. aud a lib
eral price allowed. AIX WUHK WAKKAMbO.
. taUEI'AliINU done on Short Notice.
A ymii lot o?
On hand at KtDUCED IMUCESI
nihlt-dawly
llarfc at
CHAMBERLIN & PARKER'S,
Clegg's Building,
'314 TIHUD ST.
ALB. BORHSTEIN.
.Music .Teacher,
. j ' ! " i! ' i! i
NO, 155 MAIN ST-
INSTKUCTION GIVEN (IN VAIIIOU8 INSTBU
MttMTS.
yjU8C,VUltXISUEbF0B " :
' Palls, Parties, etc.
t-Orders may be left at the :rasMnoa of tha
a iove.or at Huchher, K.x i Co's., Stualo Hall,
1KIIUS moderate.
BurlT-Gmd
MUSICAL HALL; :
J. T. KENNEY & SON,
Importers & Dealers
In Musical Instruments, Sheet Music
etc., eto. ' ' ' -CUgg's
Ijuil ir.Tl.iMat..
. . , PATXON.;
Til K latest Sheet Musi from
- tuv I'icif win ub recBivf i i very fxiv
week, bu tha tit mav avtwntsi hm nii...l "
ta.t ned. . - .; .
ALSO, Kverv atvle ef wall tianera.
Muiloal itutruuieuta ,replretj end Flanoa
' 1 TDRNP1KB NOTICeT
'THE StocltholJers of the fieavertown, tn
1 dlaa Mlmila aud Xi-Ma T,ii,fkc wi..,n..H
at Bi.im-y'4 aahool Huitaa on Salunlav, tba Slst of
nnri:ii, iw, a. . 0'iim'a, r. III., Kir IIIC puittOsa Ol
latUus arou lilraatora to aarve fol tht nauin
tnr, aud traiiaaut aby Itualuesa thai mav uojuai bs
foi a lha boaid. Uy order af the Boaril. ,
laS ' .1 . X. H.a.HSiiMKrVPres't.
FOR BALB-A ORBAT BARS AIR I
A 0 KNTLEM AN i N .1 ISSOUIU, WHO
il wlsliaa to anilxrata with Ills slavra awl fan.lly
to Taxna, cllvra hla plantation, coiislstiiif of liuu
aaresul rluli lMU4;ia iud, h th riurla Mliaourl
kill Huad, for sale, at in par auia. lhre is about
ouo aoraa uadar good twprovainaut, aad th bal
oOM wall tla.tiaral. Wood oaa lis sold al ths Kali
Huad station for aMO par cord. Any parson wish
tag bulbar UlsmtalUa wM aaUla It ly aalllna oa
. BAVID VAku;
I'lllll
JAIIKS RICKEY
('uotoir to Willurl A Whenton.)
Bookseller, Ctationer ,
5 1 , AND - W hKH IN ' N, '
Wnllnnat tvlntlwtv I'lipfra; Ac.
Vo. 32S, Third at., Ona Door Waal of
Town Clock,
msrtl-tf
iAV ron.omo.
JIXT URORIVKI) IHI.H DA V ; ;
I'rescott' rhillii). the 2nl.
Itrscott'a (.'iinmisst of I'ern; I'maott'a Fera
din nnd and lnul)alls; I rssoott lu(Ut
of Meiiov
v liitc s llistorv of Franca.
Noil' History ol Minrsnts;
Ilallntu'a ('(institutional History,
Lowes' Hioirrsiihioal lliatorv of i'liiloso-
pbv.
The rise of th Dot.ih Itnpublia, lr Motley,
liistoryof Napoluon ll'iiispurte, ty Abbott.
Abbott s French Itnvolution.
Abliott1 F.mpire of Auitria,
Abbott s in i r e of Kussln.
r.vrtett t trillions anu ppeechei.
Hseon'a Kfaavn
Literature ami Literary Men of (ireat Brit
ain anil Irelan I.
t'lu.k)' I'oliiicul Text Hook.
1 1 nl lam s Ltteruturo.
I'lutsruh's Lives.
Ilistury of l'mstittitinn.
Livtniinton' Travels in Houth Africa.
Apilt-toii' Cjolopediaof Hlo)irihy.
" " " Urowni(j
llratil anil the Hrasilians.
Ki)ii and ths Fiians.
Lmiuiiiu's li lionnry of Congress.
Ilurton's Cvolotieilia of wit and humor.
llooilrich's Kritish Floquenee.
.Memoir ot rtupnipun and His t;ourr,
Mot'sulrya Kaanys.
linncrolt s Literary and Historical .Miscel
lanies. Xupi.letiD at Bt. Hclfnn.
Kurfi's Snored llintory.
Homo's llit.iry nf KnglanJ.
Uickrn'i Works ('omnlnto.
Cnrte's History of tho I'nitod Htnles.
Miiot'. a Uebate on th federal Constiln-1
tion. ...
Moutui((no' woiks.
Liris tf the t.'hief Justices.
Wuverly Xovels. ' '
Darley'a lllustrutod Cooper's Aovcls.
Woodbury's writings.
Cromwell s Letters and Speeches.
Junius' Letters.
KvsninKs at the Microscope.
Tho Works ol Lord Chesterfield.
Hoswcll's Li lb of Johnston.
Marshall's Washington.
Itnyard Tuylor's Trnvela.
Parties and their principles.
Downing' Hurui Architecture.
Hume's i'iotures of Truvuls.
Lectures on tho True, Hcautil'ul and Good.
Cunfijentiul Letters of Jiupoleon and Jo.
8ephina.
I'ubiio and Private Life of Daniol Webster.
Uuisot' History of ;Ciyiliution. . ,
Nwton on th l'nvphsoies,
City of the (Ireiit King.
Fielding's Works . . ,
Hnincr's Poeticul Works.
Political text book. '
Dana's Household Hook ol Poetry.
American rportsuien, by Lewi.
Gibbon' History of Hume.
imibo s i iciunngs and t raotice.
j a a it-utnngr una i rao'ioe.
enden' Digcnt of tho Ohio Hoporti.
n I'rnotice nnd Proceedings.
n' New Treatise,
t intend
Swan
Xvsn
Jiwun's Mauunl,
Manor's Criminal Law.
Chitty's iilacksti ne.
Critcliliold's Ohio .Sfnto Keporta.
Wright's Supremo Court Kcpurta.
Lilo of tleorgo Stephenson.
Hsncroft'sllistory of the United f-'tutrs
Tosrcthai ' with a varlrd and complala arlaotlon cl
Stand.nl Historical, ulsaslcal, Medical, la", Nl.
cellanfons, School and Tost il.io.B at
n,, u tt t BICKEyk.
FRUIT TREES,
FLOWERS
. AND
Ornamental Shrubs I !
, AT TUB
GItEENCASTLE
Mower and Fruit Gardens!
OND MILB WEST OF DAYTON
'PHE SlMJSCIilHKIt WISHES TO OAU.
A the attention of au appreciative publia to his
unu.uVlylawand varied ,1,, 0f K".M
iaut.and Out-door Kluwarlng hrul.., which em
brac.a aluio.t every species of the most beautiful
and denrablo S.e mrna cr F.ural culture! They
h?,T-?M. sMsIeotejl Iron, some of lha most uopu.a?
Holanlo Gardens in the country, and will. Vi ae"
!I!:i?,.,nr,".",of V',fU,, deomnda and taU,
ol the Haj tun iiubllp. flatus will he delivered to
any imrt of the clt, with prompte.... and caie.
All the lit . Vailetiea .,f l-i.i .....
Fuchsias, G.-ranmiiis, It(isc7 c.,oan alwava ba hail
thtouKhoul -ih.siin.mer. 1 ' " .
He has, also, a large and splendid lot of
Vv,011' tt,Ml f rrMl I la
ofthq best und most proli)i;tle rarletlcs.
... iil siftie oi lie r. th, and lust
'merging Into tn-aring order Kr-.lt Oroweri am
kind, for this enr' planting (nnd now lathe tin!
to do it,, would do it ell to" call andxamiSj th!
alM,v,as they ra w,rra,,u to give sati.iwthm -I
hey will be disposed of lulotsandat prices which
will warrant AtlstA'. tlon. prices waur.
gj-urm-ra if it rtt the store of W. Q
Main strict, or at tmplre Utllco, w
prouint atteution. '
BHKtCNK.
J G BREENE, Spn.; -
n.oiiiKT nun itnuKis'Ti t;.....
diJTi?!' llUZ.?,iltl ol y ton, and tm'e
dlatl south ol Miami Lltv.. ... i i...
Good T h i ng si
J. SWAGGART,
No. 52 Wayuo at,, one Door balow
' ' Tifih Street,
TKEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
V uurlnthaeaaon,tl.clwstqualltyif - '
VUKSH LAUE I IKII, '
towrat !" WK'"ini WM, s sold at the
He. will also keep o. nstantly all manner of ' '
'"I II I SiKAMIW,
,.afu7i'S?w,".'n,'1 ",,l0'", of Ne"l'y
lixury as ara In damunil.
Ilnehlina tfullj Hu (ii iocs are as low as the low-
". L . niaris-tf
W. II. CALLENDEIl,
Blank Book Manufacturer
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALER,
DAYTOJT, O.
jaul
MILITARY NOTICD.
IISAB QuillTSHS, 3ll liHtOAPB, Sd DlT. 0. V. M. I
bAxrum, O., Maruh 12, ISM. j
Sraciii. OuDa,.l Th uu i ,(lo,l electors nf Uoia-
, .t l'"3F ( Washington Uuaril)
?. B('(!i,"lt. MriKn.lo, il.10iTi.ion
J liio Voluntoor Miluia, will moat at Ki.on s II .11,
n ib city ot Ua)ton, on tutur.Uy, March 24,
1N00, hotaeen Hie hours of 111 A M i D u
anj thon auJ there prorssd to ele -t by ballot on
Kuslgn lor said oouipanjr. Th eleeiion will ba
couJuc-t..! in Mciirdaoe with th provisions of
aiaroii ia, in,V; uuil tils poll book will
baretiirced to JiHnJu liond tluarttrs at soon si
mads up and sealed.
iljtwMriaand f atrif. ties. Vai.lssoihsam.
U. A. HAINES, .
' Brinnila Major.
mill 2 tt
: No.ico lo Nou-Kehlilinls. .
OTIGK is hereby (riven to It. S. Hart
N
fat Vw",r ' U' Vo.'.1670 and 1671, aud
r.-. r. . . .' ' ' '"S'avi'i cue slilewalk in
froat of, ihelr lot. i.ithln fendaya alter the exolra.
this siXlh d,ii of M.,'M.Wi'! uif 01 "
Ja?: , i.y t It-i k,
"Win mr tm Tl
T'Oltoop uundsaBii foBt wa'tm. "the aubi
-- sorrtn-1 has foraale a .,ul ...li.I.i.ri
l i i ' r'airioiien snakeraoaks, buc.
..,H,Uva--,u,ru. wvuwa wiimi. ana sloves foi
mtiii bo,.. CHAHLKS POST
aovtt .,; BastW St. 4. loon from Maln.,7
"": J' J- For -Sale.
irOUrtE anil Lot, on 'Muin atreet, 1)
MM.fraai'tk. I!uh.( u,.u L
Teniijiraiioe Uuusa. Tua huuas la well ealoulatrd
lasbisi1 Uoari"nl' "". Lot (rout, by
r paru.ulars, Inquire of
1VA HSUST KlHSIt0R.
V1 Honey Honey,
1200 jBS- A 7 !" artlol of Lion
r V $f a 4) jmb, sd r tats at II Mala si,
UHHTIUH a HAIKU,
I
Blood Purifier 3 Wooili'Ills
ACVsX
nit. icajJACK's
Scandinavian II erne dies
WHKN DR. ROBACK. ,Tllt
hr -. MweflUI. Phiotan, lntrn1n((1 hi
nimM sVurirlrr nnd HloM Pill- In Mil- I'nMnl ntntn.
(t lirlh In p Sain IniMtkif thmr urittlv nw
rs, Tht w. ys,raj t.T)i, l ha th or iwntnn.i'niJ
tnf Ihrtn listi bsn ttktn nnt nf hi hnU
Knliffhtcni1 mrn whK chnrnotf r for Mmnd juilr
airnt Alt') phtlt'iphy, fttvn thflr nplnlono weipnt
In th rmmiinity, men who niirv. r HI cot, nnJ
mik ,iiiir.nria iloiihljr urt" b(or (lif y ilecltl
Art vrr whrr ApproTinir nd umlnf ii
thrw wontlerlul prn mt (nni. All who cnntlJ la
th wlivtoin Anil honfity f thli o.Aai or wha
oIiom to ttivpatiffAtf fur thmAlv re nttw of odc
an, nil on thla ImporlMnt no,
Df Hjtmukt luvlU tha Attrollnn of ihaslik totht
OKUJINAL LKT1KUS,
from mrmhara of tha MrdlrAl Pf'ornilon, F-HtoTl
of jHilcte ImirnAla. wll hnowa MorahAnta And
FArinara. And IaIip of tha blgls'ilt mppotAhlllljr,
trlvltit Account of fxtrA'trilin uf otirra wrought h
tha ramatlloa, of whloh auraa they tliamaaivaa ware
K YE WITNKKSEa ;
Thaia pAftiaa aAy h enmitittvl trt'nAl1y or hi
lHs?r, ly thoaa who hnva but rto-tht on lha iilHvcf
Tha rvl'icii" In tha km . on of J)r. HoitAck,
whl h la at Alt tlmatiaooatsibln to tha pubiit, ett Ai
llthaa tha following
FACTf-'j
That tha Wood Purifier and Iil-od Pilli hava beco
pro veil by AnAlynl to
ft IS IAIN NO MINK'IAL;
That thty cute the almost universal cnmnlstl.t, '
DVfll'Kl'SIA,
with unerring certainty, and tn s vpry short time.
1'hat alter all ethtr medicines kav proved useieas,
they relle
I.IVKIlCOMPr.AtNT,
and restore the health and strsnsth of th sufferer,
Tnat
KICK FEMALES,
wTiohr tAnKultthnl for jenri tn hatptevi rAa
iteat An 1 trAniii.Joitv, rao(itrtla with Kreftt rApid
ltyunilr their lnvifcorAtlnK oprrntlon. That all
ixud dlaht)Mlr ara rpemvaU hy thrlt eordlAl and
ft'Otlv uttmulntliiK popcrttea. That they rmrult
SUA I l'KUKi) COMSTJ I'llTIONH,
however they may tiAva been trlflai with and
Ahmed that their direct trmlrnry la to ittifttlten
iitc anu rt'iict-r ii fnimiiiic, 1 tiai acTinir nirectlv
upon thapol.on of dlieaaein tha blood, they
and dlicharKo from tlie yitem every tntnt ot
jcr. futa. whether hereditary or olharwtce. That!
Uiey
l Kl KVJ 11 I M I; VKU Isl I ATKP,
and that there li no dlioiaA of tha Stomaoh and
Itowela, the liver, lha narvoua aiatciu. 1lia nkln.
rlnndiand inunclft, arfiliiK fmn) tinpurtttci of the
ninoo nni Bcrrr'Tinni in wnicn iney no not Riva
prompt ntllef, and. (If adininiiitpred It Tote the vorv
ettmio) or I'le liaa boon Invaded,) etlbot m paldleM
and per.eot cure.
litm r In mind that the Smndlnnvtan Vegetable
Uloo'l Hilii areendomed hv tiieexpertfnee ol thou-
aandsot living witiiPRit-a, who, Iti letterp, uttUla-
vlta and medical wrk, And by word of mouth, pro
claim them to ho the vorv heat preparation ol the
kind aver pllerrd tofhv broken dow n vlotlmi of til
health. They hunt dlm-atio throtiirh every avenue
andoFKanof the yiiteiiilauu to expel .(thorough
ly a nit ptTinanrntty.
Nooneccn doubt t':elr imcrlorltv after one itn-
gle trial they ara not only better but, tn fact,
uneaper niau any oiner run, tor H takei i im
number to produce a letter ettoct.
Price ol the Scandinavian Blood Purifier, one dol
lar per bottle, ur live do ara per hall dozen. Ot he
Scandinavian Blood Villa, Uo oenti per box, or 6
boxfi lor oneilollar.
Heftd Dr liobark'g ffoecta. Notloea and r.artin.
eatea. publliha.. la aaouapicuoua part of tbJa paper
triMit 11 uie iu tune.
Dr. Hoback'i Medical Almanlo aiid Famtlv atlvla-
ar, containing a gi-eat variety of Interesting and
vaiuiiue uietimai inrormatton, oan ba had gratia ol
any ot hia Ageata throughout tha country.
In dltftcillt oraonililloAliMl CAiipa. Dr. UnbArk fr.n
bo unlimited peraonally or by letter, enclosing uue
atauip lor tna repli ,
From Rer. Mr. Mc M rrt.i.efr, pAstor of Roterti Chapel
iNoiAHAeNLia, October i, fbl.
Dr.C. W. ItoBAi K Dt'mr Sir: I have uatd your
B ood Purifier for a nervoua alf etlon, from which
1 hava ulterfKlniiic.aHttlmes. Whllu till pleainot
to the tAie,lt certainly hai a happy etfrct upon the
nervea. Hlcrittu acceut iiiv thaukifor tour kind r.
gAidi, and belitve aie Youra,
i. W. l. WtUULLKN.
CAni.isi.E, Wnrren Co.,0.. March 8. ififjfl,
Dr.- Roii( a Dear Hiri fc'or tha benetU of auitur
Ing humanity permit m to iHy that 1 have found
your Sonnilliiav lan Blood Puilhrr and Biood Plll a
aura ourntor Irifliaeation and Liver Complaint. 1
hvve uttered from the above mentioned dineNaeafor
rive yoi and have tried a grout many phyilciana,
but all to no purpose. I wrv advlivd by a friend to
try your Ulood Purifier and Pills, and did so. I waa
living tn ClnclnnHtl at tha time, an" I went to your
oMcenud purchased one bottle of the Further and
one box of Pilla to commence with, and bless the
day I found your valuable medicines, lor 1 am en
joying good health at present, and feel confidant that
the cure la permanent. Let others buy and take
what theyplwase; as ferine, give me the Blood Pu
rine, and Pills fr all chronic diseases, which arise
from impure blood and derangement of the dlgeatlve
orgftna. 1 take no other medicines- nnd kavenot
lr the last elrfhtvea auouthi.
(Vost truly, T. V. Illinois.
Principal Office and Hales Rooms, No. 6 et
Fourth street, ad building from Mnin street ,Clouln
natf, u. Laiorat' ry in Hammond street,
- or sale In thtsoountgr by l'hoajpi04. Zclloi, Oer
mautowii) Dr. W. W. Stewart. Daytoiii M.wta A
Kby,do.( Wm. Weusthoft. do. i Perry Marker. Ul
ertyj Ceorge 8. Boyer, MlAmlburg; V.bj A stocks
lager, Union) Jmuea O. Anderson, L'euf ravlllei K.
M. Myers, N'w l ebanoniH Jarknon.thambersburg;
K. H. Turtl", Van.lAilai Turner Haverllng, Halem:
P. B. Sohaeller, KarmersvlJI, V. B. Ol win, Johns
vllle; John Mundhendt Pyrraonti Burket MamM,
Dwlaon, A. ft J. Hay. Urookvlllet Arnold k. Llin-tx-rt,
Arlington Jncob tfayer, lialtlmoi-e: and by
Drugglsla aud Mcrolianta throughout tha union
mhar-lindttjiyw
No; 320 Third street.
THE CO UK HE OP INSTRUCTION
hereejven la THOROUGH, PRACTICAL AND
KKKICIKNT, ViH
Book-Keeping, by Double Entry!
CftrnKArma '
mercantile, m anufaoturinq and
8teamb0atin0, individual part
nership, and compound
Partnership,
with forms (nrMtioal and labor-savin;,) adaiited to
the WHOLKtSAl.K. HKTA1I., HANKINt, ANU
COMMISSION R1ISINKSS, o.; o. together with
Aocotints I'urretit, Ai-ootuit ttalaa, and a souiplele
syatemof Commercial Coirespoudence,
Commercial Calculations,
or abbreviated method of Business Computattos.
Hottlsinriit of Aecouuts, ka., not found tn tuiuasoit
srlthmetloa. Also,
HUSINESSPBMANSUIP
SPKNCERIAN SYSTEM.
Theoourso ot Instruction at this Institute, In
cludes the most aclentltlo and abbreviated niethtHla
of all'ty tow the DOUBLE KNTKV principle, ill
vesteil ol the cumbrous miohiuory of auxiliaries,
tb dllntnry interveiitionol the Journal, aa wall as
t , voluminous masses of wrlllug created liv the
common muthoil. of keeping accounts, furnishing
at the same time Increased aeourlty nxaliiBt error.
lutelllireut youi. men and especially tliose
quick at flKures bavins; already soma knowledge
oi business, will tlnd hers a couise of instruction
worthy theirattentlnn tar a lew months.
HtPLOM A AWAHUKU ONI.V TO UllADUATES.
For further Inforinntton, mtilrrss
a. O. ORIBK, Dayton, O.,
febio-wlfdtan i . i . Box n0. sn, f, o.
To Itcnt.
STORE ROOMS
TniRD & JEFFERSON RT.
Wanted A Garden Spot.
rPljE jubsoriber wants to rent, as soon as
t..i '"".".'.'."V. G"ara spot-a lot or around oon
Jalnlny S, IU, 16 ur au acres, a. near Uie city as lioa.l
ne. A house and usual convenience. mu,il ,
the lot.
rn?i'!'i,,,,.!""r. ' P"0"0' Cardenor, having
rollowi-d the calling a liumber ol ers, and under
ataada will bow the soil abould ba treated! .hat
iround should tie lelt In a. ,.,od eonUltlun whin the
-"' wiiwii 1I1BIH1IOUI.
InfariaiklioBcan ba left at tba Kmiure Oltlca. ' '
' i y , John f tcnaiNs.
CIIAS. II. WOLFD & CO.
, V.H0I.ESAL UBALtUS II ' ' V .
DRY GOODS,
' No. Its Walnut 9tret, .
BETWEEN TUIKD AND EOUIiTU BT8,
CINCINWATI, OHIO.
I V I T I Till ATTOTIOS or
Hi na Hi (u in a i'l if S3
' J" "'r lr aad oaraiuUy isUd stoc of
FIRST CLASS DRY , GOODS
: SPRING tkade; v
l?i rst e .i "tiif ticason!
NEW, GOODS
N.JSW- tOODSlI
Iilcn? Boyo'.Wcar,
AT
CHAMBERLAIN & PARKER'S
GALL AND EXAMINE
CLEOO'S BUILDING,
ih ' SI THIRD STRIKT.
NEW Spring GOODS
ran nnsTSi qdasoni
N P DOUGLASS & CO.,
HE NOW DAILY HEOEIVINQ NEW
k UOUUM KOil SPRING THADK.
4: O A. S JC S
OK
Excelsior Shirti'g
JUST UECGIVEDI
Which Is "Ul'KFUOH to snvthins In the market,
and manulaoturcd KXPHfJiSLV for
OUlt OWN THADE!
being put up In QO yard prices ;for FAMILY USK.
60 Dozen New Styles
, -0F-
PIOOP SIvIHTS.
JTJST RECEIVEDI
AT 50 PER. CENT LOWER
THAN EVBB OFFERED IN THIS CITY!
UK F. DOITOL.A88 CO
febOTl II MAIN iTRKFT.
NEW GOODS!
JlST RECEIVED, FOB
SI'ilWG OF I860.
VELVET, BRUSSELS, TAPE3TRT
CARPET! NG.
INGRAIN,
VENETIAN, .
, HEMP
CARPETING.
VELVET.
BRU9SELH,
WOOIi,
.COTTON.
BTAUt
CARI'ETINO.
Rich Gilt Paper Hangings,
DECORATIVE I'APKK HANGINGS, 8 ATIM
F1NWU AND COMMON PAPER
1IANUINU8.
WINDOW PAPERS.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, 8 to 24 ft. WHs)
TABLE OIL CLOTHS,
CURTAIN OOODS, DAMASKS. MUSLIN
a-U LAljIi.
GOLD AND VELVET WIMDOW
BHADEB.
Ve sad Transparent Window Shades,
VENETIAN BLINDS,
0Ii,T CORNICES, BANDS AND FINS.
8TAIR RODS,
MATIINUr), .
RUU8,
DOOR MATS,
DRHOOKTING,
CARPET WAHP, all colon.
CARPET LINING,
COIJNTRRPANKe,
TOWKLINUkV
NAPKINS.
TABI.K CLOTHS, ' '
TAjfLh k PIANO COVKRS.
BI.KAf:IKD MUSLINS,
IHIMH LINKNS,
IILANKK'I'S,
TAULal DAMARKN,
. C, C U, AC, AC.
A LAROE A830RTMKNTI
. HBWEoT 8T7LESI
Ml PRICES LOWEU TUAN EVER Ml
VAN AUSDAL, DIXON & CO, ;
LOWE'i HEW BUILDINO,
74 MAIN STREKT.
M rinsnnd ajuininrr ClutliiiiK 1 1
MI115R & CHARCH,
MEJo'ii ANT TAIL011S,
lit i V: TILI)!VG,
Corner of n.l Tfiffaraon At -
TIAVINU Jt.v lu : VKD THEIR
C'tuthtllK CUUUI, ! m t( OVa1
wtiuiMu iua.ni-i i.r.n.i i .
Tbe roodf ooniDrUs all of th .ntwt,
Fashionable and Latest ii.j.es!!!
Minnfulnwil utna. vhl.k .u A. .
omaalavet kruusbl to till, aaarkr
fiivjr Ha.v a evuiilu asu.lile Jl, est at
FINE VESTJ Ji .
Of ths Late.t Style., to whle, Ue i . . Ik. a,
taotlanof Uuntleaiaii. Tlie , u ,,.i- "
OBNTS rOHNI. It.'O .nnna
! Of th hatait nssa.ti- .
ie.lr.iiur ' " ' l 1,1 'M
.. 'a .htntr.
yi an iiuallllea, ma 'i -I -li .mud. au I. Ik.
Iali..,,e,,wlll.,. a,, a , .al
veuujio el th.f ,i ' '' sua-
.JiVV",11"!iLu' .', ,'. ''V""f. thd..lr
20 B..CMMt y Ana, o 9 rnt tt,
k
6 VERY FJ.KST
Ol'
THE SEASON!
NEW GOODS!
AT
THOS. SHAFFER'S,
HO. 66 MAIW STREET.
NEW GOODS! !
AT
TH OS. SII2CFFER0!
KO. 66 MAIN STREET.
fsb3l (Journal copr.)
ISTOV. Q8 1859.
John, Van Doren 6, Co..
NO SO MAI STEET,
A
l!K NOW IX HECEIPT OV TIIEIll
SKCONU PURCHASK, anil are ofterinf s large
ami ajllendia variety ol
DRY GOODS
AT A UEDUCTION OF .
20 to 25 per cent, on Former Prices!
Elegant Stock of Silks
BOUGHT AT REDUCED PRICKS, AND
SELLING EXTREMELY LOW!
Wool Dress Stuffs, &c,
All Wool Delaines,
All Wool Plaitls,
Frcuch Merinocs,
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
PRINTED DELAINES,
HANDSOME STYLES,
Al 13 I -a A 18 3-1, Worth 2.1 li.
Hosiery,
Gloves and
Gauntlets,
A LARGE STOCK.
CHILDREN'S
MERINO
UNDER VESTS,
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.
nov20
W. II. CALLENDER,
Blank Book Manufacturer
AND
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALER,
DATTON, O.
Japan
BEST'S
Fruit Treelnvigorator!
UTETHE UNDKUSIGNED, FAttMEItS
" hnvlns uwd Best'i Fruit Tree Invlgurntor on
our Fruit Tieci,d certify thHt it will do all Unit it
Id reuummemleU t?o. and by tp lnf it to the li4y
of thetrrr, near the eiirth, will th-Htroy tliewoim
in trie root, nd ohjm tho woriiis nnd InwcU to
levethe brmichre It Hlio given uuw lile to tho
Ue, otutlug gienter amount of Itunlthy nnd in
vlKorKtlnr to How to the brAnchfe, iintt:ut-iiiK ft
vigorouB bud, 10 ttmt front will nut nlteot It, unit-kn
it ia an extr?mi hard one.
Wt have uaed Hon old that were very much
decnyetl, and they are now lull of hft mid in giiod
bearing ordr. It haa the tame elti-ct en reacli,
Pear, Plum and Apple Treea. Ciiaite ioe. aud all
kinda or shtubb"ry.
M. J. waei.er. Wnahlngton Townihlp, Mont
gomery county; Kdtnoml Kolilnton, tl nr Crnk
Tuwimhlp, Wairt D t'ount't Adam llnwker, licavi r
Creek Townahip, tin-en County f Martin lielfner,
lleaver Crt-i-k Towuahlp. ;ierri Countx; Willlmu
Hippie, Miami County; Hinun Kibb, Uutlcr County.
TO THB PUBLIC
1 purchaned of Denjniin li.'at, nt Pprh.fr, the
rlKt to uie the Fruit Tree InvHcorittor ou my lurm,
near the rntlrond croantnK on the Xcnf a pike, live
ttiilea eaut of iaton. My npplo trera weie uovcred
with worfna, the leavca hall tnlen ainoi a yellow
on lor. I 1 relieved they would all die, but I used the
preparation) niy trt-ea ircovfrd nrw lie and
vigor, and boie a larne eioji or uppli-N in tha kail,
mora than they lintl vif'dvd lor (he tara privlouv.
I oan therefore dontldt'ittlv recuiuuitud lifait'i Fruit
Tree ttivlgorator tothepubtic.
February 111, IHW. ADAM HAWKKll.
All fur n era and nureerymrn ahould he in powai
alonor the llouiperor in ikltig thUiiivnIuabieprtt.a.
ration, at in aettlug out ouug treia. if 11h are
bathed at tha roota at ttut time of actilug, and fur
Hveoralx dayi alterwarda, not one true In a thoua
and will die. It w ill alto advance the growth and
they will bear fruit one yearaoouer in oomequriic. .
I will have a aupply of the pifparatioii ou hand
lit my reaidence, 107 Jei1traon at not, foi thote who
would like in uie itondecaedHhrutibery,Ao. Flow
era In poia ihould bo hallied with it once or twire
dutlng the Summer to make (he n health v. Hecl)ea
eau be procured from me in Dnytou, or at UrMtuici)
Imrg fcCo.'i wtore, 300 Third -tieut The iiiKiedlntsi
eontalned in thli Itec pe ait not expi-naive, (ii.fto
beltiKiutttotent to proi-uae enough lor two huudnd
treei. Die It in the Kpnng aa aiun ai the front la
out of the ground aud the treea ar? beKiniitng to
bud. Imtruotlons for ualng given with the Keel tie.
UKNJAMIN HKUT,
No 107 Jetteiaon it rent, tet. Ath and (1th,
feb23-ltdiwlm 1JAVTUN, OillU.
HORSE TALK.
JOHN 8HILEBERuR. -
ON THK WKST SIDK Ot JKFUiHStiN kTRKkT.
is now JuiJy prei-itrl to aro'-nni i-.lnUt thu i:uli
lio with fast HOHSKS, (iooll Ul'(,(ilhs, CAiihl
AGkH, and every tlilns; tiiat na, ne fuuuU la a uell
ragulatrd l.lviy btal-le.
As to hi. ability to please and ffive entire sati.lao
tton to all who may lavor him with their palrum ae.
.in n arvni iMi'a.uia in merriii to t lie lo low
Ills' COSll'kHi.r Jiul(si tlal.uin lissan,
Keathiuali, James W. Lowrey John Wlf$ln, 1 t-a
Xerlout aua -tar Voorhtea, a II of u hom, t-.litUil
uu.Ier uath, a lew day. afO, that Mr S. 1. nut ol Il a
erf Ix-.t Llry Min lulliB woi 111, anil that 1,1. ui -fcought
liopularlty a. .uon draw, cu.tonn-r. In ui
all jiart. ol tha world. If on one dnuht. Hie truth
of this sttttenieiit, we ri-ler to Geo. W. Hunk.
ialia liowaid, Attoruey. at law.
ttiarl4-I)d
O OALI
THE undersigned has on hnnd, and wil
aiallvsr to order, a itiperloi aitlcle or
MABEILON,
PEACOCK AND
TOUOHIOUOH COAL.
Orders laft with J. W. OItrl:h, Rog.r., I o li r
Anliey.ot J. M. Uahhart. will rM.,oi. ..r..n...
nlloll. (.all. M.U.IV
tuhS-laa
Buckwheat,
0Af. LBtJ. ol nlna Huek.Kaal Vl.
VVy tot sals at IIS JUala .trsat. laootaba.
y t Mark! Uvuss, .
UmM !" a. an.fin

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