XT. R FOSTER, .
FRIDAY HORffllTO. OCT. 8. 18.98.
OTI-IXCOXXFTON STATE TICKET.
lei Dirt. TIORAOE P. IUDPLE.
U4 Diit ABKAM W.HKNÜ RICKS
txti DUt SIMON YANDKS.
ICk Dit WM. D. GUIS WOLD.
TTILLIAXI T. OTTO;
TRKAICRf.R Or UTATE,
JOHN. II. HARPKE;
auditor or ITATR,
ECRf.TART Or RTATK,
T7ILLIAM A. PEKLE,
tTTTUHTIXPrHTOr rCRMC IMSTKVCTlO
TOR COFCRISS 4tfc DISTRICT.
P. A. HACKLEMAN.
l3CZfZ3ZZ3T C3UBTY TICXET.
John T. Coolej.
A- J. Biddingcr,
FracLs A. Bailor. .
John L. Shank
Lcwrry V. C. Lycrx
ROBERT TEMPLETON. Jr.
.Voters and Tax Payers!
IC33 AT THIS PICTUIIE!
Eed thest Fignrei
BEFORE YOU VOTE.
Court House Cost, 530,000
It was contracted at - - $28,000
Extras paid, ----- $8,000
Foor House cost, - - $14.000
May's Contract, $5,500
Jail Cost, . $7,500
Iron Fence, say, $8,000
Total cost about ..... $G5,500
Yoa ae why your taxes bar been
neb ft burden.
Bit can you seo wbcro all the extras
Ask your Court House Clique, and
tbey bang their beads as dumb mates.
Consider well these things then act
as men tote your own choice, and
porn the dictation oi party lenders.
Now is the time to brand Urn reckless
extravagance with your condemnation
See that yoa do it, and all will be
Jno. T. Cooley, independent Demo
cratic candidate for Senator, is one of
the "old settlers" of the county. His
Strong arm and vigorous system haw
done their part in felling the forest and
improving the country. Ho is a plain
unassuming farmer once elected to
the legislature by the Democracy
steadfast in his adherence to principles,
he could not be induced to abandon
them and follow tho dictation of party
leaders and Court House cliques. The
contest is between bim and Aaron B
Lane, we can choose but one way, in
favor of the independence of Cooley
m . a ft . a
or the man wno nas tue moral courage
to adhere to popular sovereignty.
Dr. A. J. Biddinger tho independent
candidate for the legislature is a man
of great moral worth consistant in his
steadfast opposition to the unjust de
mands of the slavo power, and well
qualified to represent Franklin County
Francis A. Bauer the independent
candidate for Treasurer, is a German by
birth has resided in this county 25
years, is a farmer and merchant by oc
pation, and veil qualified for the duties
cftht office. Mr. Bauer reads, writes
and speaks both English and German,
fluently. To the business qualifications
requeue for the office, we cheerfully
add, that he is no politician, and if elec
ted will be independent of the Court
John Jj. Shank candidate for county
Auditor, is the eon of Themar
Shank, who resides just below the 'Case'
Dam. John, was raised on the farm
and was taught in the school of expe
rience. For several years he has been
engaged as a civil engineer on Ue ca
nal and various .Railroads. He stands
high in bis profession and will, no
doubt, make a superior Auditor, if elec
ted. "Low Lynn" independent candidate
for Sheriff is too well known in this
county to require eulogy from us. Iiis
brawny arras and hawk-eyes, once in
possession of a King, we will guarantee
his aafe conduct to JeffersonTillo. Try
him friends, and let us see the Black
Smith "blowing and striking" in an
Judge Giles Gant, independent can
didate for county Commissioner is well
acquainted with the county affairs, has
age, exporienco and the will, to prac
tice strict economy in public expendi
tures, and will doubtlessly, if elected, ar
rest the present extravagance, so far as
is in his power. The Court Hoese
clique grow sick at the thought of the
Judges success. His election would be
to them as gooa as a uose ox urandretk'aj
... M -J!'l At
pills. Suppose we administer them.
The Caucus Candidates.
On Tuesday next, you choose between
the candidates of two tickets. On that
of the Court House Clique, you will find
for Senator the name of Aaron Burr
Line. Mr. Line is a cleTer, inofleinlfo
man, whose ambition has led him to the
association of men, and adoption of
measures, repugnant to his his own
sensoof truth and right. Ho removed
from Butler county, Ohio, for the pur
pose of securing political promotion, to
obtain which, be risks the forfeit of
moral charactor. and the sacrifice of
bis own offspring to the shrino of Bac
chus. If yoa wish a subservient tool to
the bidding of the Court Houso Clique,
vole for him.
For Representative, is the name of
Dr. Thomas Giflord, a man utterly des
titute of any sense of shame; whose po
litical lifo bas been a continued shifting
from party to party firat a Whig
then an Abolitionist next a temper
aace man then Anti-Temperance, and
finally a genuine siraon pure Democrat,
and the nomineo of the Court llouso
Clique for the Legislature. Surely, per
fidy has its reward. If you like such
stuff, vote for him.
For Treasurer, is tho namo of Michael
Batzner, whose only real merit consists
iu bis faithful subserviency to the man
dates of the Clique. His election would
be) a full endorsement of the profligacy
and extra vara nee of the leaders. If
yoa approve of Court House, Poor
House and Iron Fence extras, voto for
Mike, and pay your swelling taxes.
For Auditor, Dr. John Quick is pre
sented for your endorsement and re-eleC'
Von. The Dr. has a largo and respect
able family connection, tho enly fact
that secured his nomination. Tho great
objection to tho Dr. is his want of back
bone. He lacks the nerve to siuuh the
interference of the Clique. If, in the
face oi his unexplained draft for 81,800,
ithout authority of law, drawn in fa
vor of Esquire Robeson, and othtr
gravo official errors unaccounted for,
yoa can vote for the Dr., pitch in, he is
Washington Andrew Jackson Glide-
well comes next, as the model candidate
for Sheriff, about whom and whoso
qualifications we bave nothing to say,
believing that Jeff. Colescott bas said
enough. We mourn, as one without
hope, over the fate of poor Jack. He
came from his father's larm within tho
influence of this corrupting Clique, a
clever, social, promising young man
How sad the change, as yea look upon
his distorted features, bis ruined as
pect. If your purpose is to entirely destroy
him, vote for bim, and thereby keep
him away from . that .retirement which
alono can reclaim him.
Robert Stoops, for County Coramis
sioner, finishos our comment on the
caucus ticket of the Court House Clique.
He is from the same neighborhood, and
of the namo kidney of the retiring mem
ber, Mr. Calfce. If any difference, 3Ir
Calfee is the best qualified when sober.
Stoeps, we aro informed, is ignorant
and stubborn, and utterly unqualified
for the place. It is humiliating, that
the purposes of the Clique are so para
mount to the public good, that such i
sot of blockheads must be kept in charge
of our County affairs. If yoa are op
posed to a change in the administration
of County affairs, vote for Stoops, of
course. If be is elected, the old ca
bal is sustained, the Clique is triumh-
ant, and all investigations suspended.
Commissioner Hiatt vs. Henry Berry.
We refer the reader to a communica
tion from Elmer Hiatt, one of the
county Commissioners. It is edifying
to witness such passes between old
friends, and we feel that when "rogues
fall out and quarrel" honest men should
stand from under. Our friend Elmer,
talks out right plain to Henry, and if
wo did not know the adage, that "bark
ing dogs seldom bite," one should cx
pect to hear the junior of tho Democrat
demand "pistols and coffee for two."
Mr. Hiatt says "it is a malicious false
hood" that this Iron Fence letting was
unknown. That this same Mr. Henry
Berry Jr., was the man, who months
ago, volunteered to procure part of the
street on the east side of the Court
House, vacated and enclosed by tho
fence, and now denounces the letting
and denies any participation or knowl
edge of it. Out of the mouth of your
own lriend we have conv icted you, and
by bim, branded you with a "malicious
The Clique, then, did know of this
letting and nenry Jr., had been active
in bringing it about.
It is rather unkind in Elmer to dis
close Henry's cuts at Goble, but "mur
der will out," and we pray the timo ap
proaches when more and important de
velopments will be made.
Wo regard the defence of Mr. Hiatt
as a failure he docs not approach the
charge. We have not complained
against enclosing the Court House, but
the time and manner of letting of that
enclosure is what we bold up to public
condemnation. The present state of our
finances docs not warrant such a fence.
The interest for one year on the cost of
the Iron Fence would build a neat and
substantial wooden one, to nerv all pur-
.a.. . at a
I 'VS V 14 1 1 Ski V U V I .Vfc e UUI4
warrant the improvement now author
i rr . .1 .
izel. The secret letting, without com-
potition is what we condemn. The lot
ting to ft pet partizan favorite, a non-res-ident
of our county, who bas already
carried awny thousands of dollars, of
our taxes, received as extras on Court
Houso and 1'oor Houso. It won't do
lilmcr, your ne ts in this particular won't
pans muster, but you will do right well
when poking truths at tho Junior edi
tor. Hit him fleam, he can stand it.
Consistency is a Jewel
Mr.Voorhes, of Terre Haute, deliver
ed a speech at the Court House cn Fri
day last, to a respectable number of
persons, consisting of a majority of Re
publicans and disaffected Democrats.
Ho charged tho Republican party with
being in favor of placing tho negro on
an equality with tho whito man, and
attempted the proof by stating that the
Republicans in Congress, somo two
years since, voted for, and elected Mr.
Banks Speaker of tho JIoino. During
thoitrugglo which preceded hi elec
tion, Mr. Banks was interogatcd ns to
his opinion of Slavery. In tho language
of tho Declaration of Independence, ho
roplicd, "I belicvo that all men aro crea
ted frco and equal.'' Such being hi
answer, and he a leading Republican,
according to the reasoning of Mr. Yoor
hc. the Republican party is in fuvoi
of negro equality.
With reasoning equally logical, we
assert that it is a part of tho crowd of tho
Democratic party to placo the poor b
boring man of the country, not only
upon ft level with tho negro, but upon
the samcfooting with the slave of the
South; and that, in their vocabulary,
they aro known as tho "mud sills" of
Senator Hammond bails from tho
Stato of South Carolina, and is a leader
of tho self styled "National Democratic"
party. Of his genuine Democracy there
can bo no question. By that party be
is honored with a scat in tho Senate of
the United States. Not long since, in
that sacred temple, where tho represen
tatives of the freest nation on tho face
of tho globo assembled to legislate alike
for the poor as well as tho rich, in a
speech mado there, bo said, that, every
where, in all countries, thcro must bo a
class of men to do the drudgery the
servile labor of society that in tho South
they wero called slaves, but in the North
we don't call them so, they aro the
"mud sills of society."
To Honest Men of all Farties.
On Tuesday next you are called on to
exercise tho dearest right known to frco-
men. It is your duty to vote, and to
vote your own choice unbiased by
prejudice uninfluenced by partisan
cliques. The names of William S. Hoi-
man, and ricawint A. Hackleman, aro
before you for the oflico of represent
tivo to Congress chooso ye between
them as honest country lovina men. Mr.
Holninn has most emphatically shown
himself to bo "all things unto all men"
anti-Lccompton to-day and Lccorap
ton to-morrow. Tho denouncer of tho
English substitute before his nomina
tion as "a mean contemptible trick," and
for tho sako of that nomination its sub
sequent eulogist and zealous advocate
Tho advocato of the administration o
James Buchanan in or.o portion of the
district and its prudish apologist in an
other. In ßhort tho januscd-ficcd po
litical trickster, whoso ambition has in
ducod bim to sacrifice every honorable
impulso and generous emotion to politi
Wo turn with pride and pleasure from
the antecedents of Ilolman to those o
Judge Hackleman and defy their sub
mission to a candid public P. A
Hackleman born und raised in our own
beautiful valley-the son of our venerable
Mnj. John Hackleman, received bis-first
impressions amidst the trying conflicts
ol pioneer life, tho purity of which
havo marked the pathway of his subse
quent career. As a citizen, lawyer and
politician be presents a clean, unsoiled
record, cf upriirht consistency. What
ho was and advocated before hianomin
ation ho is and advocates now. No po
litical aspirations could swerve or swaj
him from mature political convictions
We are proud that ho was born in this
county; that he is our present standard
bearer, and would rather bo beaten
thousand times, with such a man, with
such a consistent political record, than
triumph with a poor contemptible, in
consistent, timo-ecrving dough-facod
demagogue as ho has shown up his op
ponent to be. ,
Choose yo between them, as honest
Tho clique in this placo, are much
alarmed they fear tho defeat of their
favorite pots. Batzner Clidowell and
Wo havo heard so much said by these
partisan leaders during this canvass,
about election frauds and imported
votes, that wo begin to fear thcro may
be somo truth in tho rumor that they
aro importing votes into tho County to
savo their pets, and tho district to save
Keep a close watch friends at every
voting pUco mark thesoifinirranf tcan
derers challenge every unknown voter
mako him take the prescribed oath,
and if he commits perjury, put him
through on tho fast lino.
The Court House Clique.
Tho Court llouso Cliqae.roposlng with
perfect safety in tho overwhelming ma
jorities heretofore cast by tha "Democ
racy," most arrogantly assumed to
over ride tho popular will, by forcing
the nomination of Dr. Quick on tho
convention, over their known prefer
ferenco for John C. Uurton. They ap
peal to tho appaient fairness by which
tho thing was done in open convention,
but fail to vindicate the courso of tho
Clique, from tho old smoke pipe down to
the merest whiffet of the party, to pac k
that Convention in favor of Quick, and
in opposition to Burton. They seem tn
havo forgotton in their arrogance und
confidence of strength, tho services f
tho Burtons in times past rendered the
No longer di they appeal to the mil
itary services which left John's right
arm on the plain of Beuna Vista, but
like brigands, they throw up their hats
for tho man who will go farthest to
to promote tho:r projects. Elated with
success, and thoir confidence of victory,
they decido to try tho popular pnlso to
its utmost, and in deflanco of common
decency, they contract for the Iron fence.
They now tremblo at their own audaci
ty, as wavo succeeds wave of publio in
dignation from every preciuct and ham
let. The Cliquo Cto running "to and
fro" In despcrato effort to repair the
fatal blunder. Tho hand-writinjr is
upon the wall. Tboa art weighed in
the balanco and found wanting. Go
faithless servants, as "the sow to her
wallow and the do to his vomit."
Kansas Gold Mines. j
Wo aro indebted to Wm. McClure,
Eq., for the following extract from n
privato letter from 3. It. MeJluro, Esq.,
in relation to tho gold excitement in
Kansas. Ho says:
"Thero is a great excitement in this
part of Kansas about tho gold discov
eries on Pike's Peak, at tho South Fork
of tho Platto. Tho distance from Fort
Riley to tho mines is about 400 miles to
go directly up tho rivtr, but it is seven
hundred to go tho old Santa Feo road
by" Council Grove. I have no doubt but
reports aro truo. JIany persons havo
passed through hero on their return and
mado an exhibit oftho gold, they nil
report that gold is to bo found in large
quantities as rich as tho mines of Cal
ifornia. They say that from ten to
twenty dollars can bc'mude per day. It
is generally believed, and companies an
forming all through the Territory, and
on tho borders of Missouri to go out
early in the Spring. If gold should be
found to exist in extensive quantities, it
will enrich this part of Kansas. As
here is tho ncarcstjdjco to procure sup
plies. I would not wish to induce any
person to go out on my representation,
for all that I know about the matter is
derived from others
TIkTO is no doubt
but that gold can be (bund but vo had
better wait and see if it exists in larg
enough quantities to pay."
The lying lnsinuationsoftheClique nailed,
The last week's Democrat, announ
ces rumors and suspicions, that, tho Re
publicans will, on the eve of tho elec
tion, get out and vote an exclusive He
The writer of that libel, knew it was
falso in every particular when he wrote
it. The wish was father to tho thought,
and with what exulting shouts would
they greet such a result. They well
know that there will do no other can
didatcs in the field, than thoso already
announced, and they tremble in the
fear of the success of tho independents.
We anticipr.te this, lying cbargo will
bo made at every poll, on the day of
election, and now warn our friends and
all friends of truth, to cram tho lie,
down every blackguard's throat who
There aro but two tickets, and will be
but two, viz: that of the "Court House
clique," and the independent frecmens'
ticket. Between theso, freemen of old
Franklin, choose. Make your own so
lections, and when tho hireling dogs of
the county cliquo, seek to influence
your choice, or pry into your ballot,
treat them with that dignity and con
tempt their insignificanco and insolence
demand from freemen.
That every vote cant for William S.
Ilolman is a voto given in favor of ad
mitting Kansas as ft slave State with
36,000 inhabitants, and rejecting her as
a free Stato until she has at least 93,420
Ilolman without qualification, in his
Market llouso speech in this placo, de
clared himself in favor of requiring nil
tho Tcrritorys hereafter, to bave a popu
lation equal to tho ratio required for a
representative in Congress, which is now
93,420. lie mado no exception as to
Kansas, and if ho is honest, and elected
to Congress, will vote against horadrais
sion as a free Stat until sho has 93,420
USr-non. William Cuml rk. It
O. Wood, and liov. C. v Ki-ter. h.iv
been elected Trusties cd' tho Jn liana
Asbury University, for tho South Eabt
erd Indiana Confcrenco.
You teem to walk mora erect
han usual, my friend?' Yei I hare
bo en straightened by ciraumsUnc.'
Sharpen Outwitted by t Map who Real
Last evening a gentleman from Mis
souri, stopping at the Girard Houso,
wan invited by a man, whoso acquaint
ance ho had mado at tho hotel, to take
a walk, to which ho consented. The
two hnd not gone far, when a third par
ty made his appcaranco, and asked tho
companion of the MissouriAn if his
good had been shipped. An afUrma
live answer was given, and the last
comer pulled out a $100 bill to pay a
balance he said was Uuo tho shipper.
The Missouri man was naked to
chango the bill, to which hu replied that
he w ul 1 l s if I he party would go to
tho Girard lloti.-n, ho having no money
with him. AOvrnoine hesitation they
consented, and tho two went to the ho
tel And visited tho room of the Missoti
rian. Alter a conversation, tho board,
er slipped out of tho room and locked
tho door uMn his would-be friend, and
in a short timo returned with a police
man, who took tho sharpers in charge
They wero locked up to await a hoar
ing. Phil. Ledger.
Wonderful Achievement. M. Gar
vina. a French machinist, has, it is said,
perfected his ferial ship, at a cost of
300,000. and made i voyage to Algiers.
Africa, und back with it a distance of
fifteen hundred miles from the starting
point; the average speed was almost
ono hundred miles an hour, tho voyagt
occupying eighteen hours. M. Garvini
is to mako tho attempt from Havre to
tho city of New York, as oon as he has
tested tho character of his invention by
a few short trips over tho Mediterra
nean ajid its neighboring provinces.
Bcr.ned. On last Sunday morning,
about thrco o'clock, the Catholic Church
at Liberty, Union county, Indiana, was
consumed by fire, which was tho work
of an incendiary. Tho building was a
hut and well arranged frame, of good
size This loss will fall heavy upon the
Church of that placo. Wo havo no
doubt but that a new and more sub
stantial building will bo immediately
reared. "When will tho midnight in
cendiary teaso his hellish work? Con
t&r The following appointments wero
madoby the Sot tVEa-ttfn Indiana Con
ference of tho M. E. Church for this
Co.nnirsvii.li Dis. J W Locko, P
E " Station, J G Chafeo
Columbia, T C Caawford, & J P
Milton, J WMellcndcr.
Liberty, N Korruh; J It La Sourd.
Evcrton, Jacob Miller.
Fuirficfd, K W UurresH.
Mt Carmel, L Havens, S II Lockwood
Brookville. K T Tucker.
Laurel, J S Winchester.
Clarksburg, B F Gatch,
Hushville, Wra Montgomery.
"OTICE U hen-hy given, thnt scaled proponali
i. will tto rweivcl by tho iricrk or llrookvillr
tuwoidiip, lit 111 Auililor'f oilire io ISrookvillo, up fe.
the 12th day of Oi (!mt 1858. fur tho huiMiugof
new b'iilß') arrokt tho White Water Valley Canitl.at
or near tlio erii:n;; of tho Iirookvillc and Verile
MatcrojJ. Thtf ljn and .periflcatinn for theluil
diu ' f Bxid l-ri lz- . cm bo iii'cu at Ihe Auditor' of-
I Sop iu Hr. kv;!!-. Br onli-r of tho Board of Tru-
ti-e of ürwoV.illo 'ownshij, mad September 21th
Vil:i- mj hand, n C'crk of Mid board, this 23th
lay of firfteiiiU-r 1868. A. B. HEKNDOX.
no 31 2t
The un Jor.oinvd Administrator of thu estate of
Jan4 Mewhioney de'cd, will eil at puldic auction
a the lSlh day of October, 1H8, at the late rmi
4euce of aid dcecaaed, on Blue Creek in Brookville
township, all th personal property of raid e.tute
sot taken ty the widow; confuting of cattle, hogf ,
oooper tKl, carpenter tooU, iboetunker to.il.,
household and kitchen furniture, and various other
artivlej too numerous to mentiou. Salo to com
mence at 9 A. M. on i J day.
Terms : Nine tni-nth ore 'it on all tu-is over three
doil.-irj; the purchase; giving notet wniriug benefit
of the valuation and appraisement law., be.triug in
terest, with approved ocarity. Sum of tlne.-dol
lursor le,ch in hand. D. MLW Ul..N EY.
n-34 3t Adm'r.
Kotiee ii hereby given thut tho unnerigiird ba.
been apjKinted Administrator of the estate of Jame
Mewhinaey, Ute of Frauklin County Indiana, due'd.
Said estate ie probably aolvent.
no315t B. MEWHINXEY, Adm'r.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
.have been appointed Administratrix and Ad
ministrator, with the will annexed, of the estate of
Ansoa Bulkley, late of Franklin County, deceased.
Said estate is supposed to be solvent.
JANE BULKLEY, Admr'x,
JOUN T. BULKLEY, Adm'r.,
Sept. 29, 1868. 3t with the will annexed.
NOTICE is horeby given, that the undersigned
will sell at publio auction, on Wednesday, the
27th day of October next, at the rcsidutico of Anson
Bulkley, lato of Frankliu county, deceased, two
miles south west of Fairfield, all his crsoiial prop
erty not taken by tho widow, consisting of eight or
ten head of horses, twenty bead of bogs, cattle, two
or three hundred bushels of hent, clover eeod, thirty
acres of corn in tho field, corn in the crib, ten tons of
hay, a clover thresher, interest in a threshing
raai-hiue, H interest in a wheat drill, one two horse
wagon, one two horse carriage and harness, plows,
harrows, cultivators, and other farming utensils,
household aud kitchen luruiturc, Ae.
The cattle, hogs, corn, wheat aud clover seed will
be sold on a credit of three months;
on all other articles. credit of
twelve mouths will be given on all sums over three
dollars, the purchaser in all cases giving his note,
with approved secuntv, waiving valuation and ap
praisement laus. JANE BULKLEY, Admr'x,
JOU-N T. BULKLEY, Adm'r,
Sept. 30, 1S58. 3t with the will annexed.
New Cash and Produce Store.
JNO. II. COOLEY,
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Groceries, Hardware, Queeiiswurc,
NOTIONS. lc 1c.
JAT V nenrrent money bought.
A. II. C. BROKEN.
21 CLIFF STREET, NEW YORK,
G LASS S YK I NC. KS, IIOM OEPATIIIO
GR A I ) UATKI) MEASURES,
filu W..n ! C!'-in.. s D'urzMs. Pcrfiiinw.
I' nplvr , ' i . lir-en U!as Waio by :be pak-
IXp'1 A . ! uuijt m ide to the trade. Ordors
,n t,( c, ,i,:li:y JMiggista and dealers solicited.
I'uce lift . ot n application. n.12imo.
MAVt-rarTtRKa and wnoi.rALu vrxi.rn is
FANCY SOAPS, PERFUMERY. &C,
31 Seventh street bet, Mala and Walnut.
All ordan promptly attended to and c vre fully
TAXES FOR 1858.
Th dUmI nd, Trea.urer or I ranklia eouoty.
Indiana, will meet the Taa payers in their rospee
t ive Towmhips.at the usual plaoe of hulJiof else
tion, on the following days, visi
Blooming UroveTewn.hlu, Saturday , Oet. 18,
JalrlcU Monday, OeU 18.
J1" ... " Tuesday, Oct. 19:
u'm?w! !! lv'd"'d.y,Oet.80,
VhlteWater Thursday, Oct. Jl,
New Trenton Predni, same evening)
IllghUnd Township, Friday, OotoUr 22:
('odar drove I'revlnt, same evening;
Metamora Township, Hatur.Uy, Oot. SS:
Hutlet " Monday, Oct. 24;
Ky " Tuesday, Oot. 2:
Huntersville, Ray T'p, Wedueaday, Oct. 21
fait Creek, T'p Thursday, October 28;
Posey Township Friday, October, 2;
Laurel Township, Saturday, October, SO;
Brookville Township, at the Treasurer's oflles
from November 2d, 185 to the lit of March, lfcil
jvaV" Should any person rtfuno ornea
lect to pay their assessments in ti ruf
ten per cviit. will bo added according to
Piipervliors will return one general receipt ef the
amounts worked out, to me, at Brookville, by the
l&th of October, or at the time I visit their respec
Rates of Taxation on each tlOO Valua
IlHtn I p 73
Brookville T.... 25
White Water T'p. 25
Poey T'p 2J
Highland T'p 2S
Hay T'p 2S
Bl'ing drove T'p 25
Fairfield T 24
Salt Creek T'p.... 25
Laurel T'p 25
Butler T'p......... 25
Metamora T'p.... 25
Brookvilis Corporation 15 rts on each $100 and 75
ets. poll. Laurel Corporatio 15 cts on each f 199
and 20 cts iioll. Mt. Camel Corporation same ae
The addition of one SI 00 on each rxm if for spe-
tal school purposes.
Persons intending to remove from the conn
or had better attend to the psymcat of their taxes,
ty they will be called upon by the proper elficer to
pay the same with mil.
JOn.XC. BT TRTOX, Treai. F. C.
Brookville, Indiana. Aug. 27, 1Ä4S. n30.
TAWD0N, WRIGHT, HACH & EDS0N,
III 2 G- JJ A. V IS Tl
AIho, Engraved tn a style corresponding la eteganee
with that of Bsink-Xotcs,
Snilroab, totc & Count n $onhs,
Checks, lrnni, CcrtiHrates of .Stuck aud Deponit
Promissory Notes, Bill and Letter Heads, Business
and Professional Cards, Notorial, County, and llaad
.eitls, 4c, Ac.
Constantly on band
Made to order of a snix-rior quitity. The abov
office Is undr the supervision of
tihOKGE T. JONE.,
F. . Cor. Main and Fourth streets. Cincinnati
Ohio. ifcbi'iS-ly .
LANE & BODLEY,
Manufncttiror and Dal-r In
WOOD W011KING MACHINERY,
COUNLK JOHN I WATER ST8.
WOODWOUTH PLANERS, DANIEL PLAN
er, tirey and Wood Planers, Chair Seat Plan
ers, Tenoning Machini. Moulding Msrhiues, Power
Morti.-tng .M.'ii'hinrs, Huh Mortising Machines. Hub
Poring and Hewing Machines. Blauchtrd's Pa
tent Bending Machines, Bianchard'e Patent Spok
Prnsser's Patt-nt linjr,le Seliroll Kawt. Denkt
Sc hroll Saws. .Saw Mandrels, Railway Cut off Saws
Turning Lathes, Broom Handle Lathes, Hollow
danrels. Chair Chucks, Ac. Orders solicited.
I f.b8.V5 LANKA BODLEY.
Saddle & Harness Maker,
ONE 111 XOKTH ' F THE V A M.F.Y 1W5K.
i T V' t. 1 W s. i I
? .rrrtrv y "'s.
nAVIN; REMOVED HIS ESTABLISHMENT
to the above location he would invile bis old
patrons and friends te give bim a call. His stock
consists in part of
SADDLES. BRIDLE.', HARNE5S. COLLARS,
W 11 1 PS, II A LT EKS, A c., A c.
Which will he sold at Cincinnati prices, lie is also
pre pa red tn do repairing on short notice. His ex
perience in the business warrants him in the belief
of being able to give entire satisfaction.
JOHN W. KEELY,
r Y A ä Y füSlIC.
ITRITES AND TAKES ACKNOWLEIMJE-
v ments of Deeds, Mortgages and Powers of A t
Vrnjs, and docs all other busiue.s which a Notary
Is ailthori.cd to do.
V. P. STALCüP,
FIVE MILES EAST OF BROoKNlLLE.
I am prepared with facilities to do all kinds o
repairing of machinery in iron or wood. I will
alsoTurnish toonlcra suierior portanie Meant t.m
jine, also threshing Machine Separators manufae
tured by Owen, Lane Si Dyer, of Hamilton, O.
TVf ISCELLANEOUS AND SCHOOL BOOKS
I'l Blank Books, aud Stationery of all kinds.
Family and rocket Bibles constantly on ha ad
Terms reasonable. JNO. W. KEELY.
TTAVINtJ entered into the (Jroccry and Brodue
IX business, will k'-p constantly on hand a gooo
as.ortment of toe choicest
Including in part the following articles:
N. O. Sugar, Coffee, Mackerel, Salt, Crushed Sugar
Ten, Powdered Sugar, Molasses, Golden Syrup,
White Fi.'h, Dried Apples, Bice, Dates,
Prunes, Raisons, Oranges, Lemons, Air
luonds, Candies, Nuts, Figs, Pow
der and Shot, Hams, Shoul
ders, NaiU, Brooms. Vin
egar, Buckets, Ac.
Which he will le happy to furnish to customers at
the lowest possible figures, Tor
CASH Oil' COUNTRY PRODUCE!
He will also keep on hand a good article of
White AVhe.it Flour,
Of the best Brand in the market. Don't forget the
place, one door North of Slaughter Si Williams
Store, Brookrille, Ind april 9-
MOHHIS AND sVIsM-IS'S
110 ME JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SAfCRDAY
AT 107 ri'LTOX; OfPOSITE DUTCH STREET.
TERMS. Three dollars a year, or two If paid
in advance. Three copies are forwarded for one
year to one address for five dollars, in advance. No
suhenptton discontinue! until all arrearages are
paid, unless at the option of the editors. Single
. ... . . ,
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agents throughout the United States and the Brit
i.h Provinces. The psjer is left by careful carriers
in the cities of New-York, Brooklyh, Williamsburg,
and Jcrsy Citr.
THE HOME JOURNAL Is sent by mail to all
parts of the United States and to the British Pro
vinces, done np in strong wrappers, with the utmost
punctuality and despatch.
Anv Postmaster, or other person, who will send
us ton dollars for six new subscribers, shall receive
a copy gratis.
Pabwrintinns. orders, remittances, aad all other
communications, to be addressed (post-paid) to the
N.W. Cor. Sixth Walnut Sis,
TIIRCOIKSK Or INSTIUCTIO.I HtREGIT
en IS mora I Vr.ri.ti U .-j i : . i i
ny similar Invitation in the l olled tale,e.
bracing alt branches requisite for Suing yoang snea
Tor the active datiei of the Counting House.
It thoroughly taught in Its practical api iiratiea to
every department of business. Careful trainlag in
rcMsuNsuir ie oUerved. Mercantile f orms a rw
earefully eiplalaed, and fall and ft miliar iaitr.s.
tion is given la Mercantile Mathematics. Besidr
Lectures on the Political Economy of Trade, Baak
ing and Currency, there is a foil, regulär, STtUmu
ie and practical course of Instruction ia
By an Intelligent and diligent student, theceuise
may be completed in froia eight to twelve weeks,
and on graduation, a beautiful diploma is awarded.
TtkH.s. For ruu eourse, time unlimited, fit 00
For Tenuianship alone, per Month, i "
fSiT For particulars si ply to
iiAKM Jk ALL EX, raoraiiToii.
I .THE underpinned notify all persons Indebted to
me not to par any dvbtior make any settlement
with John J. Chapman, at he is no snore mv acta
from and after this date. II. M. HOW A KD.
I the nndersigned, authorise and empower Kmsa
ul Withers to collect na V debts, an J traniaet all ih.
er business connected with the same, hoping thoso
lnIeltetl to Me will eall and pay it ever to nr.
Withers. M. M. HOWARD.
a. u. rocssroa
job a. avaa.
APPLEGATE &. CO.
STATIOXKUS AND rRINTIIIW,
HO. 43 JtAIN STREET. CINCINNATI. 01110.
Clarke's Commentary, Dr. Iick' Complete Works,
Rollin s Ancient Uistory, riutarcu s Lives, Fpee
lator, Mosheim' Church History, Jose.
phus, Chain of Sacred Wonders, LkV't
Theology, Elements or the German,
Language, Familiar tiruv,
JIouim nee of Western His
tory. Legends of the
West, etc., etc.
"fcT. Vt Imt a full assortment of every hing
required in the Book and Stationery Business.
Kvery doctlj.ti.n of Printing and Binding doao
with neatness and dispatch.
Country inert hunts supplied at the lovrit price.
We invite att tn eall and examine our Mock, as wo
feel confident we caumake it to their advantage to
purchase of us fcligt-tf.
G It O C E It IKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Nu. C'vmnnerclal Hiv.
P. SHOEMAKER &, CO.,
HAVE NOW OPENED AND WILL KEEP
constantly on hand a geuvr.il assortment of
CI HO (J Kit I ES,
wli'si they oRVr st prievs as low as they can
pun b i.-cl in t'im inuali in small an t. Mr.
iiocniiikiT li :t v i st x bd lunch rxpeii Mi-u in ibis
hitfiw-h of tra.lr, flatters himself thut lirocrries ran
bo t'muWhcd by wholesale in this uiaikvt. Int
hade alKtve Cincinnati prices and at retail to in
dure tho purcliaM) to yaj down.
1 heir stock cv-nMri in part or
N. . .usar,
C-I I i.h,
fJ.ilt by hid.,
Salt iu sack.
Wood X Willow-
LOUISVILLE LIMB AND CEMENT,
Trace, Halter and Breast Chains, Shovels, spades
Hoes, heary straw and manure Forks, all of which
will be sld for a small adsance above 4'inciaaai
wholesale price for eah or approved couatry pro
duce. Call and examine ear stock, eat door Sooth e
Linck k Karohar's. Ifeki'iH-tf.
Fire Proof Safe,
UllBAN DOODS & CO-
Corner Vine and Columbia, St?.,
' &2HrSlS2TST AJP2 0t
If MOKE KIKE 1'KUUF, Burglar Pioof, Damp
Trool, and of Wtter workmanship and luatt-riai
than any other Sale made in this or any country.
Iis ing iunha.ed one half of the aliove patent
for the eutiie Wen, North and Southwe.t, ami bat
ing just completed our factory, w ith all the latest
improvements, and having the widest safe-maker in
the West for its manager, we flatter ourselves tht
we can prmlm-o a better and che aper article than can
be found elsewbre. We, therefore, rBdentty la.
vite purchasers to examine our stock before ayiag
A FmmJntl wVVw t'UM ftp nswl CmJtrmrml r
(as ro' rt ' l"' tfi4
TURII0WXnB ASJ!0' IA'n'5. la vW IW a-fl
dMiiwoMon of uunian life. eawl tv.-sai 4is
ears, and U d-reptions pracTked pom tb waaiaml
vL tlmsof .iahill-ses by several I years ea.
led llielr eon.ulliiiK snritvon. as a cuarilat-le act erih f
tlielr nie, torn irpenai7 for the treatment ef law
chuw of diacs, iu II th. ir f.m, and to plve M-'licat
AM. Oratls to all aho apply by Mter. wi'h a dewriHiow
of their con-lit Ion, (ago, OfeuparK. habits of life, Acaa l
in -aci of extreme p.v-rtv, to fun.Uli mdi-tne free!
charei. It ia neolh-ss to atd that the AscUion com
snnd the higlieat M.-llcul kill of the atfe, aud ill furnUh
the iwt appnved OKHlcrn trcitment.
Tb IHrerioraof the Aweiation, la their Annual R.port
iipt.n the. treatnieot of lsexu.1 lUmmmrm. fr th. ymr ending
January 1st, 1A.SH, espre. the tilhS aati.Urti Ith the
irres whUh has attended lbs kitors of the Coa.
iiliine surgeon la the cure ol eertualorrhora. &Mn
innl WMknra.. Iiiii.'1'Ik, 0.wurrbra, Gleet, rjr.hilt,
ihe vli of Oiianixin or N-lf-.l-u-e, Ac, and order a cuuiiu.
uaiK of the utme pl.u for Ilm eneoiDK year.
TU linctoni ou a review of tlie t, fri-l annvt taa?
their lalwrt in this obere of Uner lit rflort have twen
of prcat teiH-nt to the affllrtrd. especially to the vousr,
and they have rvsolved to devote tbenlva.. th reawc(
teal, to this very important and much denpited caM.
A a aluiir.lk) Itvport on ppi-rmatorrba'a, or Bemina
Weakaeia, tln h of Onnni-4n, Mnatarbatbiw, or elf
alxiMi, and other dieaes of the sesnal urvu., by tb Oon
sullins; furzet, aillle sent by mail (in a SMted envelope,
free of charge, on rereiot of two tamps lor täte. Oth.
er K'poru and Tntct on the aatur. and traatvient of mi.
ual duear, 1ie, Ac, are rnt.iitly I--lnr pni-lihe4 lop
Kratuitonx dixtrilnitlon. and W HI s-nt the afllicled
(onie f the new raiiMli-s and iim'IIiihU of tivatiucnt dia
COVitpiI during the hwt rr, are of p"'" value.
Add rem, fur Id-port or treatment, lr. Oeorp n.CatbiHin
CoiiMiltirnr nrii.u, Howard Asso'l;ilioa, No, 3 South
A'inlh blreet I'hllMOelrhia, Pa.
Jly order of th IHrertor..
EZB A D. UARTWEI.T., Trert.
m ij2l ly.
COLUMBUS & XENIA
0V AND AFTER M0NDAT, JAM 1RY4, W,
Train, leave Cincinnati daily. Sundays eieepted.
8 A. M. Epres Stopping at Leveland, Morrow,
Xenla and London.
:40 A. M. Mail Stopping at aH sUttons.
4:20 P. M. AocommodaUon Stopping at all tU-
Connectioai are made for e'ther train Tor
All the Unstern i:llcs.
rOlt TUBOUGU TICKETS
And Information, apply at Union Office, Ne.
Burnet Hoase, and south-east corner of Broadway
and Front streets, and at the Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time wb ion. la seven,
minutes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DURAND, P t,
E. F. FULLER, General Ticket Agent.
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