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w inch i; st i- k frida, - - ... April t-t, l0. J. ii. ;i.w..itiM. :?;- i:jn.r. Fua rKk."utxr in lMil, AHIIAIIAM LINCOLN. Fon IUn:cRtxTATiVL or .'tii CVn- unE-lON'AL IMSTHKT, f.LO. W. .IL'LIAN'. UNCONDITIONAL UNION STATE TICKET For (Intern nr. OLIVKIl I". MORTON. For f.irif tennittf?oternr, 5ATIIAX KIMDA I.L, of Martin. 1'nr Serretnrf of Stnte, KELSON TRl'SLF.R, of Fajtttt. for Auditor of Stnte. tiiomas it Mccarty, oi Wabah. I'or Trrmarrr of Stute, JOH.N I. MORRUO.V.of Washington. For A tlornej-f.'rnrrnl, PELAXA K. WILLIAMSON, of Tutnam. aperintentlent of I'ublir Int rnrlion. fiKORUK V. llO.SS.of Miriun. fr Jmljf Supreme Court, lit Piitrict-JAMKS S. FRAZER.of Ko;- For ICrportrr ot Supreme Court BENJAMIN' IIAKUlSON.of Mima. irirctor nt I.nrsr, PhtM S. (Joo.Jinp, of H.inrock, ltlch&rd W. Thompson, of Vigo. Stnte i:iretor9 ltl Diltrlct--Jamf C I)nnrt of Knox. John S. Hoii"hlaii.l.of Sncnccr. tJ Diatriftrvru K. Niton, of Ciuk. 1 Francis Wtnur, f f.iSrai.?r.: Jl District Henry R. Tritchard, of Rar- tholomew. Mili.on Cram, of Iwrfncc. 4lb District LrntiM.14 Sexton, ol Huh. U. V. Krptr, of Franklin, fttli District Itrnj. F. CI.tjrool, of Fayette. Jothiu II. Mrllitt.of Ilinry. 6lb District J. J. Wrlglit, of Morgan. J. C. Cireen, of Shelbv. ?lh District John 0lorn, of Tutnam. Tho. N. Rice, of Farke. fth District R. T. Davidson, of Tippeca noe. Rct.j.imin F. Grfgorj.of War ren. 9th District Jim es R. Pclfor 1, of YVVtf. Aaron UucrneT.of I'orter. 10th District Thnothjr R. Dickinson, of D Kalb. Hallet Kilbourne, of CU trt. lllb District Johu M. Wallace, of Grunt. James X. Temnler, of Jaj. OUJt rosiTIUX. Cliiko. 1 r:. ttMrt t et r iatt r tr U 11 . J llll' I l.l.lll" I I ) M 1 I I II I , . I , J 11. 11.1.0 . . U.lfOI .M.iriori.i . Ill I 'ii I r r i f I .-"" . " o n- nni-n-T r rrirnpv the tall Urigidier surrounded by shrill worthy men only be chosen an 1 will receive ihe execration ol .;.; .n t h to ask aw; mi:i t: . - -. fifteen or twenty men who M : J ilemajoiuw and tricfoJ.-r$ will aM l,r",t,c eiti.etis to the Uten J,t.iu tr:-:i ij he W. if, - r, e.r,,,. T,,tnA.. - it.fiiml Ii in sink p Ii" nils witliii . .1, r i P"'.ent. lfmi:i de ; so, wo ar.s informed , .V !5 ..I 4 X . U . i. i i I.AAl-.US.N()UU.,.f h,,o,. ,,. About hall of those .re,.t'itcnclf in some useful purMiit. , ,,e ,nd f time, the .!,,!. ol a , .,. Will il," noo.lo enJ.r.-e tl,,,o ALL Uiüibb tjlJUl0, We have from the Le-innin- ofic:eM- M's olliious friend turned to o " . ..i.i i i the canvass in this Congiesional District dPclarrd nnf intention to support Gen. -Meredith for Congress if he shall bo nominated by the Union men of the District, at the April election. Wc do not be lisvc Ii3 is the best man for that position nor that he can properly represent the intelligence and radi calism of the people of this Dis trict, but if a majority of the Union men prefer him, wc shall certainly not only acquicre in their choice, but shall actively labor that the people's will may be carried out by Gen. Meredith's election next fall. And during the canvass wc have said nothing as our readers are well aware which would make it impos sible or inconsistent for us thus to support him if he should be nomin ated. All wc wish is that there hall be a fair chance all over the D'trict for the expression of the people's will; that the nominating election shall b conducted in the ordinary way, that only those who will pledge themselves to support the tUkct .hall be permitted to help !JiC the services of a ,mn of such roit- ability and such principles as Mr. Gen Meredith has threatened us Julian. His comprehension of th in a low and cowardly manner true nature of our institutions his with learlul consequences it we did not cease cur opposition to his claims, he has tried to incite mob violence all oer the District and has suggested the destruction ol every printing office that does not recognize his claims," but wc have said nothing in reply to all thu which any person can consid er undignified or unwoithy of a gentleman. The truth i?, we cannot aiTord to bndy bar-room vulgarities even with juc 20 distinguished as a sob Jier and gentleman as is Gen Mer edith. The General would have done much Letter for himself if he had kept his temper, and had used a little ol the dignity that an clficer in the United States Army ought lo p)sse;s, while engaged in the canvass of th? District. Hut every lime he addrejscd the people I.c worked himselfinto a passion, and th.eatened to whip somebody. Rjide, he and his lrieads d .clare that if Mr. Julian is nomina ted tlicy will oot submit to the de ; . : 1 1 . I. . .1 ir... risian o. the pupleat this prelim- inary election, tut tint 'Clen. Meredith will run any how.' Oi the contrary Mr. Julian ha? from the first plrled himself to Mipport der.. Meredith for'origro if the people nominate him at the April . election. Looking at the course of the two men, we cannot he in doubt a to the -judgment of the people. While (Jen. Meredith wis in Winchester ihr other week o or three of his friends were very busy hunting up people on tho .-treit.s to CO down to the hotel and be intro- duccd to the dirtingushed soldier. One of these worthies meeting a plain, quiet man, ono of our citi zen?, whom we rlnll call Mr. A, accosted hirn with "Do you know lien. Meredith?" Mr. A. 'Well, no, I believe not." "Then come riuht alonz and Til introduce you. The General's a great man ; he will heat Julian for Congress by two thousand majori- by this tunc they reached ine ( were Julian men. (.n. Meredith this is Mr. A Mr. A. this is (Jen. Meredith." Gin. M. (Extending both hands, and smiling bcninnntly) t4Glad to ce you sir; very happy to meet you indeed sir. 1 am acquainted with your family. J suppose you arc going to vote for mo. Mr. A. "Well no, Solomon, I catt do that." (Sen. J. Why all your relations are goiii to vote for me." Mr. A. I think not, Solomon, None of them that I know of will vote for you." (Sen. J. uWi:II I shall carry this county by a large majority." .Mr. A. UI don't think you will, Solomon, this county will go for Julian." Gen. M. "Any how I am bound to be elected." Just at this point somebody brought in another man to be in troduced, and the colloquy ended; but as the two passed out loonier, . i A. with ine mu tereu oierva. "Oil, - I'll De c urseu n l u cut in- troduco you to another man as loir.; as I live." ;i;t. ji:ma. From a private letter to us from Mr. Ciias. Ki.iot Norton of Cambridge, Mas., we take this paragraph in regard to our ltepre sentativc in Congress. Mr. Norton is one of the Edi tors of the Xorth American Re view; is Editor of the issues ol the New England Loyal Publication Society, and by his cultme and ability joined to intense devo'.ion to the national cause, has rendered most eflicient aid in sustaining the government ever since the begin ni ng of the war. The letter is dated Cambkidck, Mass., ) iluth March, ISO t. J "1 trust that there is no doubt as to the re-election of Mr. Julian to Congress from your District. It i a matter of more than local inter est: the nation ennv.nt nflor.l tn fidelity to the true democratic idea his Ifiyaltv to the Union and to iir-rOOlIl O Hie llOiei ami IUUU . .ml i:m oml c .nctnn ilnfiv llw.n tot, 1. 1 ii-.n-oc niid nr.. nntifL, In ill inn' 1 I I ni I Liberty, ought to stimulate theUW.'. elfoits of every Union man to make his election certain. As one of the oldest of the ?up poricrs of the Homestead Hill, and as the author of the recent aa by which the provisions of that rcat and be: e Iccnt measure arc appl cd to the confiscated hnds in the re bellious states, it is important to the pooplc that he should remaia in Congress to perfect and protect tlic work so well beun." yotim; a duty.. It is important that each voter ask himself, ''what is n.y duty to my country and God, as a loyal man ? ' before he ca.-ts his vote on next monday. And it is more im nortmt that the nroner answer rHln,,! nnd rrnre.ented bv tbo IIIL 1 A Mm V - t v I billot deposited. Among the many defect of our American education none is so apparent as tint wc have not been taught thd y.aad ne. cecity ol votin '. It is a seriom anJ solemn duty to: of all privat; ambition, and that voti and tint conscientiously, too no actio:i of the üovtrnmciit, whe-j often luve hid men been elevated , tl'er l accordance with our view- . IV . ,. ,Jof P')!,c) or not- ran al,solvc any . to cjiiicc jiih owi.v.., j mourn because of wicked and tin- righteous law?, and tint, too, he i i ' r l i !in:l cause fTooi men invc luiicu iu m , v. -0- . i ."i .-.1 . K r wJ.iin-r'i"0"1- j tend the u-u.I prices ol lioldm r, . -,i . .i ' M ) I hi f wa Ii i : I vi I Ii l ni' III f ' elections anil tied win- i.ieir I,rtl" Ii I I. C crences by Hie little piprr balioi. I inhere is any one act more thanjin anothcr that requires tho individu inl "tier ubiM to 1 )c . . .. 1 , hvs ar.d cojlitilion ot the; altohya,u!eprecon:eiyed Vv- . n dices, to lor.-i nuimos.ue, in au- neite self for trie people and the country, it is in making choice of tho.c who are to make and admin-! , . . rn t i ter the laws of th; lanu. He not u patriot, nor can he be faithful to his country, who al lows anything like personal antip- nthv to inllacn-c iiim to cat hi- vot'e for an unqualilicd or dishon- . I U 1 1 . WJ j( Ullllj uiiu I lilliui nc5s should direct our outweigh any personal we may hive for an incompetent t il t . r nun Mian ciifo.-f um um-, ccrri an(j rurs from mol:VPS 0f pat- gcc to -lt tjnt you votP) ail(j ih-it it so (innp ,ii:it tilf? HfiUPS sinll brin blessing? not cursings. Un ion Cifj Kalc. c :i:m:u Mi;:n:i)n ii. It is asserted that General Sol. Meredith was ordered away from the Annv of the Potomac on ne count ol incapacity to command troop. Cin. Commercial. We are surprised at th temeri ty ol the Commercial. It propri etors would better sell out as soon as possible. For the Journal. Till: CANVASS. Mu. Kditoi: : (Jen. Meredith ad- dressed pute a number or the eiti-1 zens of Grecn'sfork township on the 1.3th isist., r.tSp::rt:uil.iir. A poiiion f lii.3 speech was el . ,! ir . . J 4. , rood. lie-exhorted the pcoi.le to. 1 . i stand firm in the support of thedov- einnient and the present Adminis tration, :md uphold and Mitr.in the soldiers in thcliehl, who are be.tUing ccssful eliorts lor the ovei throw of for freedom and the perpetuity of'the iebdlion, nad 'h it we present Republican institutions. All this nut the approbation of every loyal eitien every true patriot I'iit his abuse of My. Julian w:ts bitter and uncalled for. lie placed Julian and his support ers in the same category with Cop perheads; denounced them as agita tors and disturbers of the peace, and declared we would never have peace in the Fifth District till the whole JuVmn fraternity ore cJti'nnhnitnL Now, we have not :i word to f:iv against the patriotism of the Gen eral. We would not, if we could, pluck a single laurel from his brow. He has noblv rallied to his country's standard, and fought bravely in de fence of the old ling. Hut patriot ism does not centre in his boom alone. There are others as patriotic as he who arc laboring as hard in their line of duty, While he is de nouncing them as ayifetors, disturb ers of the peace, and lit subjects for extermination. Mr. Julian to-day is doing his duty in Congress, as the people's servant. He is now con tending for the same great princi ples which he advocated when they were unpopular. He has stood firm nnd immovable on the platform of Justice and Uiejit, and braved the tempest and the storm, in the dark est hour of our country's history, and he now asks the people to re elect him to Congress, awl thnj cill Cen. Meredith has won laurels on the field at the head of the Iron Ihigade. His countrymen have ap plauded hhn, and his fame has gone abroad; vea, aero-? the m'mhtv deep, cud received ike approbation rmd compliments of the crowned brads of Europe. In the midst of this career of glory and renown, duty c,?I!j limfrton itt 'xutalfl'tttl t j rnje a xrjr of cxtcniiihtit'cn ugaiiitl the J'dhth nun of the Fifth District. When he h:dl have accomplished this grerd ta.sk, then indeed shall his name be heralded from continent to continent, and even to the isles of the sea, and be handed down to posterity to the remotest time. A Citizen. Tili: I'MON I'LATlOItM. rho following are the rcs( Th- following are the rcsolu I tions adopted bv the State Con- vention on Feb. 2Jd : Kksolvcd, That the cause of the Union demands of every patriotic citizen the rtcrifico of every parti san feeling, of all selfish purposes,- man from the duty to render every po.-ible iid to crush the rebellion, ' by lurni.-Inn the Covcrmnent men tncir; en'in.ol in.l i'iicniiri'rp. . I . 11 - . i i. 11 111 n 1 n 1 )y'J ( indications of approaching peae, i not hv a compromise with rebels arms, but by their complete aV()r o( lhe 4i,.strilctiou of every- bein mobbed, we prc.-ume they thin.; which stands in thy wiyof'mtist vote for Meredith. Vote as , permanent and perpetual pc.iec you please, but the man who amount the people ot all the votes against me mmii tr Hiot, saiu State - , and a full and complete re the tvraut Napoleon to his army. .st0!,ltioI1 0f the fust nuthoritv olTlWe who are not for Meredith, tIytt)Uujonf under the Constitution ouht to be mobbed, .-o teadie- the 0f the. United Statp.. j T, l' ;nt .'i. He who opp )-cs Mt re- 3. li'it those who persist in litis will Had himell cut oil ;nd their ajipo?ition to the (ioveriinnt hranded as an enemy to his coun- n iUf hour ot peril, who denounce , try so ,ays .Mathew l Hull Us every act lor the preervatson ol : chief fuIeinaa ot the .Meredith .u ........... ,thu ual0!,uj,0 ruias to coatnb- . party. choice and j)Ute ml or ,M0,iey for its support, i (I a. II . Ji'i'in n;!:t to Ir dam preference j or who oraui.e secret combina- . nnl t-t c r . ' 77 .'.;; so says tions to e.nbirras thj Uovernment by resi.-tin the laws and oacoura ! Ur,,.n de.-eitioiis, arc thereby ren- . i . ..nr.... uciui' nit: it Ii u inoit; t ui:c tjve stipp(-.rt than if t!iey joined the ' grateful people are due to the rank men? Wc think not. We do not and file of the army and navy to believe fhj day his vet arrived the olü. ers and me;), who on f-o when th.y can h -aid the" rod of des many hattle-liclds have periled their potis.n over the Union iiirn of the lives in'tai;e. ol their homes and glorious old ."tii district. Yrv Ca of constitutional ' liberty, anil by tie Co-irhr. , their patient endurance of trials j -v. and privations, by their dauntless j Tl,. i(m,., eJUor of imi coara-o anu ineir oeyo.ion u, me , r i Union hive covered themselves 1 with imperishable renown. , ." , . 1 f. I hat hemir m the li.KI,l ma occupies as essential to the speedy and triuir.phant end of tin; war, and there-lore, hereby iu.-trmt the dele gates to Le appointed by this Co.i veaüon to represent this btate the .National Lmon Conveidion, ca:t their votes lor his nomma- ut ' G. I hat the gratitude of t!ie , . . , iVmcriean people is due to Andrew Bio . Johnson, ot Tenne.-cc, for his nn S'dlMi d'rvothn to the can. e ol the Unio i, and his patriotic nnd sue his mine as the choice of our peo ple for the Vice lesidcncv ot the United States. 7. That duty, patriotism, and the intcrei-ts of Indiana, demand the re-election of Oliver I Mor ton a her next Gocrnoi and w1 declare him to he the Union cai di date for that position. When Gen. Mernlith spoke at Muneie he made some ridiculous threat of something terrible that he would do to the Julian men there if they did not .top"' their opposition to his "claim.--," uheieupon the audicirc (which was con. posed chielly of Julian men,) l ug!i(d in good nutured derision. 'I 'his made the General furious, and, doubling up his list, with violent pugilistic., gosttires, hy told them that if they wouid form in a line in front of the Court-House, he would "whip the whole infernal squad, by (Sail!"1 ?ii) Ti:ii!ioi:!si. The IFuhmond Tlmm in ef- fev't recommends that the papers which are lor Julian should be imibbeil. He declares that such j UMierJIKe:5 iro:n a copierhcid pa- j ,)cri as are mide by the Julian pa- pers would insure me ueMiuu.ua of it, and type ar.d presses by io- lence. Sou his come to this, that because we oppo.e the nomination ot Hrigadier-General Sol. Meredith for Congress as iijiidicious and un- wise, and favor that ol a man whose patriotism, loyalty and abil- itv are so well tried and so thor- ii- i i- i. on di!v known that even It s hitter e?t assailants dare not attack them, evcent bv the utterance of :he most civil war für the prccrvnlioi. ol the , ; , , ,. ; , couWi-nce .-. l ie p.tr.o!,,, sl(l, of ,,Mve ,,,, ;,,ilt u : i m wisdom, tlir lintue ;uul houetlv I .,...:..,,. ,i. r:. tv,, riiiHi.t. A,'7hV" ' U- r'''' ;, rhr , l. f li'iili.ii'.i arc a ' , " . ; ';, "y malignant falsehood, we should bo issued during the month of March mobbed. Hull, Bichk-, Ben Da-; by the County Clerk, J. 13. Good vis and the Tdiznun must dictate was 1? to us, ar.d il wc refuse to bow to - their dictation, then we ought to , "TT'T l , tii i,. c,,n n-rf ' J I.c Circuit Couit closed its sc hs mobbed, by the same p.css ; ofnasonin-, all pipers th it op- sion I nJay but. Ihe last tnrce po.-ed McClellan ouht to be mob- days the Court was presided over bed, because McCIrllan was in the ljy' Ximrod Johnson," Judge Ellif t army. Bat we have yet to learn n unaL!e that .Mr. Julnn or 3UV01 Ins InenJi have assailed Sol. Meredith's loy- business. altv. We luve ct to learn Hut -r they have ever assailed the soldiers SURVEYOR'S fiCTICE. of the Union. We have yet to "jVjonci: is lii-r.i.y -inn ti.Kt, on the learn that thev have declared that ?lrA'.!'1 Litiose who do not vote lor jui are enemies of their country. Ue . jam us II. lil.vr r. rf. Ji. c. have yet to learn that they have , -arrd I. l-ol. ever counselled mob violence; rIlr,Vp-vnr,,Q MnTir against the papers that support ! SURVEYOR'S NOTICt. fienenl rrf'd.tli 11.. with one TV OTICi: i litr.hv pivrn lint, nu the Mcnerai .vifredith. Ib.l wu i one UiAaj ( A;ril. lU 1 dl com accord they have declared that if' merce the mrvcr of tec.jn 31. Town. 1, Meredith Should prove to be the Uni-e 13; tocon'tiuucfromdir to ljv-until cliotce of the Union men of the ( ünhbtd' .iAMIMb IIIATT, S. It. C District, then will they enter heart .rril i, -Xi. ily into bid fiippott. IJut such unutterably mean and despicable appliances as arc made use of in (ivor of Meredith were entirely unloosed for, end will sooner or later .ink their autbois so deep in contempt and infamv, that h f hind of iwditl.il r... ,...'... ... Wi imhukui u ;uiilv.ihui can novel leach them. r, . , . . . id trtrrnri.i a I .a . ...... 1111. iuiuikmi ill llivliiWllliJ() called in by the Meted. tb men to silence those wlu prclcr the nomi niticn ol another man for Con- gres. . Let all the people retr ember this, ailtl if they are c-pcdLv fearful ol IK - n. Davis ol the a t ttnui. When the editors of the Ilroad Axe, True Republican ar.d New v. .?.. i ...r ...: W n Trinity of sc;nr!rcl?. Key. l.i. - ui; vyutiiiet on, iiiiniiu u m ViMtherter Jounnl. savs ho ha. seen a copy of Iirowlow's pat er. and that he thinks it so prolan? and yulr as not (it lo be intro.luerd in sii oi ir.iuors tn.m liios- ot lilt- n ii?, Oiiio, Mic hi m, or anvof thej No.tlr.vt sti ra Stites. They are even m re cosTtint. l;li::nH tmi rV(M tH. Secessionist, of So.ith (, jroj. (Jcnr f. & op A,a m ;:e v -1 Th-i "pious" S -allawig of the Wim.'hcNter Journal, ou'it to have a commission as d: jt lt r in the rebel army, and thu turn upon the Copperhead of I.iliini, an 1 dis tinguish himself by services ren dered in tbo iiedd. Ilrrr t. Kit u'Ul:' W'iii'. UWs of tlic Week. IYof. Hos-;, I'nion car.didate for Superintendent of Ful !!c Iii-t;;;c-tion, will spea!; at t'nioii Cily. on S::t!inl:iy, April 'Jlii. A Ion,' train of c:.r, lil led with soldiers, pas .1 through t!.Is d:ae Monday morning hit dt .-lined for the army of the lotnna-. The nuudcr of indictment found by the C.rand Jury :d the pivi nt term of the Circuit Court, was ."II. Fee assessed amounted to JVf.. The Ohio Senate has passed a bill prohibiting the marriage ol first Cousins, TI)e California Union Coaven- tio:i jns afi() t0l resolutions ir- (orm, Ir. Lincoln as its first t.1Gice for t!io next IWidcntMl term. A radical State Convention is cjllcd to meet at Jefferson Cdv. Mo., on the 2S:h of May. ( J ; Arkansas is to readmitted into tho Uniona.su Free State, her people having adopted a new Constitution .. lorcver luohibitmg blavery in that ,T ,.4, ' . Accoromg to (.cn. Merc.ita this is wrong. She be allow- to maintain tlic "old order of thing,"' and those who favor recon- struction n the bais of Freciloni. aro :is jt.tr. Davis." 1 he number t The number of marri age licenses . . ... ...... . ....... i ii..i ri;.;...i..ii..'i Liber Oollege-Mil. Ulriffr Session begins Valnrs(fittf Dec. :iOi, 1MJ3. Continues 13 iTn.x. TERMS. Tuition, Frinnry Hr.it clio ill) t''MI!l'lIl no da IUl'Iui Ja a e: I j; lo C1 ! te i! I5rl from 1 "." tu -f'J jut cik. K lor i li'-bo,irh r t iü b r;ito r it s . Cotnev.irU n ul in ik' -irr f n-I tu t twr. ce. . Tl'CKr.K. 21 11. M. JOHNSON", irt,f r. Cuocc c'Tt) (t, J iy Co., h,..,io. vr.a ST )VKS.i V 5 ' ' A ';'.rr -.; W j ' . i ;.t ViT) ! v j f r - i t- f l M -. It .1 ; ' V, s roia:, 1 - 1 . . .it!iic -..J IM' , p 2 .i- tu i'.xt-o.n.-f, Willcll.t r, I I. CA 1.1. AND SKK. f-, ... 1 . r AT Til V. TRADE PALACE. IIU33K, IsOKD k CO., ta and OS WEST VASH1HGT0N-ST. Ju-t '1 im. a i x 7. rx s::.:vs, All w i'ltln ;inl (U ili'v. PLAIN I'Ol'I.T Uli M)IF, f t t p.. i. , Tutv Dusas. ::: :::ai.n,-' m i V si Mis, riaiu raciu'li 'Kiliiuts, I'ierc'.s IIe;p, A'.l C'll.TS. .::;; cloths oi,!A n.c.TKs, STKlI'bL) MoiIAIhS, ii: a pi: d:: i.rccAs, l'..t is lio V A l.s, i:ou Kov n.Aijw. r.hA.-ic i?o:,h;a:.:m:s, M' tl'K.V! '; Cl.NCI AMS, j-!i::.vrii cii:n;z. ii:c:i ri.Aii) i'on,i. rj.r.Mii 1):ac(ixai., .mi:i;ui.m. k iu.ints, f'rn.xc.r'irs ruiN f.-, r.( i ! " 1 1 : hunts, A.Mbl'ICAN I'UNTS, Dt'NM'.I.IS I'll l NTS, MML'KM.Nii HUNTS, 11 1 1 in v. Sord t'o. TEABS PALACE. led Hr.ir.kf !s nml (J'iil:, Mi!:iu An.! S!i. rt;nj. N;:j Uii.-, D -üi.s, .1 . JL iij;J, AM liiu.! m. 1 , .,:.-rs c i ; i ; x t 1 1 cas.-smi:;. t:s, S i: i r'i I!- J. I., i ,v -''y!rs. i.;rns - t ..vs'ir.::i:s, 1' r i!H m l bus. IKISIKKV IliniliM aritty. 3 1.OVi; l.i.c. i:'nii:oiPi:i::r;s, n.-iimora: skhn, MY GOODS RECCIVED DAILY, HUMS, UCPiD & CO., CLOAKS AND SHAWLS A T KUrVlE. LQTiD & GO'S. Ni:v stvi.ix rrei:e!i 5 ;T SViwI, ?tr;..-.l r.cx &ul, Tu".l,t S:-..iw!s, IJrocI.r lJ,r.!ri'l Sli iwl--, Trivti:iiic- SI..;!, for 4yn? a,.,j CI i :.t! .m tn. Tra'.rlin floaKi, C1M C '.oth C!,:.l?, t'l iiCI'I.A IIS, in :!. it v..ii'v , of all tin !jtit:ui l n:o.-t aj-j-rov ni Ptb . (J.h iiientp im iU' to cp!it in rt.v vV :it h -i t uoüi . TIJAPK I'A LACE, Wt-t Vavliiiit.u Sirr. 1 t:d;n:.ar Ii. Coamissicncr's rile Of IJcal Ivsiaie. "jVTnTicr: is iii;i:i:i;v fiivbx that I v i 1 1 jicll at j.u!j!1c auction, On Xot.mlny, March Jfi, UCl, At t.ie (,urt 1 1 . ii - c tin r in Wij.f r. s i!i- is n.i le hv drihr of the Court of ('onirinti Tn.is of Viil county of Ilm dolp'i, an 1 if the t-iim? !ill iot be o!i t puh.ic .i!l-on iil day, 1 will at any turn t'.nreaflir ?t'A the -mit- at private sale. Tt i tn of Silo : ():;? thirl in ch. or.e third i:i twf.lv, and one third in tw -i.ty-fonr moiitln from J-iT of tl 1!' i'rc'.i isf r to txtcute his i.ote.i for dfrrd piymti.t with appruvdsurtty, w iiin valuation a d a'tri.Mnuht awi, a:. 1 driwii- intrct from d ite l.'p mi the i-or.f;rniali"i of u l sale hv the Couit, the pi.rth m r will nciife a M.!a i nt d id of cn vey an or for the uie. and w ill he rt'juirc d to rx cute mort-a-e nt hi iprn-e vti .said real estate, to teure the dtferrid rtmt.f. IINOS L. WATSON, M.ir. 4, l" 3j Cummi-f-ionf r. You will firil some articles of sterling tIuc on the fourth pijre of our ppr, thi wcik. b.h. anllnttv,,,, ,.e h...,.of ! Vloik. c,n,r.id. . ilr. M..loi.f. ri -torn, u ir an t A. .M. and I oVN ck V. M. of -il l d .v, th, " C'uddl !" l't ork Ittry, IiiI.Tj Wit: 1 ' l.vwi hetnllrr. .-J .Ntv ork. ii , , I ir r .i .i . ,i I". SiM'iif el", i.t Ar tan rv, lütt rv r . id n r 'J I r - "th V-' ',,nrt'r f J . If "wrll. to- II. .TlV.rm'-nt. NOT ALCOHOLIC. A Highly Concentrated VEGETABLE EXTRACT A PURE TONIC. DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, rilKPAREP uv IMiilail Iphin, I'a. Will EFFECTUALLY CURE Stiver Coiiipln it: t . I mi ii flier, Chron'f or Xcrrous J)tt'lifif, Itimaies J the A nnt'.t, flttf fill iliftftSfX vrhiitii fn in a tfisunfrru! U'-lt as n-t:p.tt:o;i, ln:trj l'i!, Fultiff! r 15! l t' tin- Hf.nl, Acidity of ';oiuirh, N iii(ii, ll ii tl urn, Dirinst itr FooJ, Ful. v.C'i or Wnr'!it in tin Si.'ImkIi, our bruc t.tti mh, Sii.lkinir r riullfiii' at tlif I'it of t!io St"in uli, S sniiaiii of tlir 1 1 1 :! , U ur rit.l :nil P.lü.-uU brr .ttlii::, Kluft rlrsr at li t II :rt, Cliukitii: or SiifT.'iatiti 't n-utit.ti win ii in : lins j 'inr', P nitn.- of Vision, ) or V!.s htf.Tf tl,r Silit, Pivtr nii t Dill Paiii in te 11 il, I. Ii: i t.cv of V.r. siir.itiiii, Yill'Tiu . of tin- tkin aii'l Kr, I'.iin S:i t'i' Siilc, l'.tck, Chist, Linil-, Xt, SiiMtii KI'i-liis f llfiii, lli.riiii" in the FU!i, Court mt lmtpiiii:t of Kvil, ap'l .T it Diprc-i"ti of Sji iIh. An I will p i.Nitivilv j rt vu,t Yellow I'c vri, lülioit !''t'i, r. Tiir.v CONTAIN HO ALC0H3L OFi BAD WHISKEY! Tiiey wil t. tt'RK tlic al-ove .bt.isc? in niiic-tv-niiu' ci.;is nut of .1 hundred. Iii'bicf il Uy the t fi 5!sir ? ilp an-i uuitr r- il jmpularity of I io.ijljtul'p ( rui.i llitl.rs (pur !y v-- i.iiih ,) !n-ts of i-iu r iM Qsui k-i ai:"lt!iisrriij iii:- ml v tun r-. V xr t 1 1: 1 upon MiaYriii lii.tiiiniiy llu- llooil -pnxt ? of Notrtims in tin- .-l.njr of j-oor til i-ki v, t i! 'y c.'inpoun.ltil ;t! n,j. r ; i!ru', nml i l.rti . 1 Tonics, St wn -!.ii- ar,t l'Hr. br.v.iro f t Ii e iiiinum t -.il!e nmv I A? c'i!:n!ic jti p ir.illoiis :n p't tliuru- l.tt!i f iiul Iii; l.fl!in! kr'-, ir : r tin- M"i!it pi l!f. ti"ii of IJittf r? i ii.ti.nl of vnriii, only apr.ivatc t!bf;ip, lent- t'.u ili.ip. I ir:,tr.l räi.IT iff in ! J :.ir. Ilooüar.cVs Gcin-ian Eittcis! An rot .i nv Mi untih.I nrti. Ir, but have stoo.l t!n- ti of I a vrar lri.il !v tin- Ann r- ici-i pit. lie ; it 1 1 i tln ir n-putation i-ml a' o ari- tint rival 'ti I v :iny si mi far j repiritn'ii. 2 In- prpru t r.-" luv, tli.ni i.uls ol Liltird fi 'M.i tin most iniiit lit CLFKC Y.M FX, law vi:i:s. FliVSK IAX.S, AM CITIZF.NS, Tf.-tify ii'v' ''f tlnir own prronal k 1.0 I i!f t' l!n- l ni lii-ial i HVit.i an l nuilical irUna of ll, lütt rs. li o'i vatit Mnrtliii:p to Strength en urn! I(i von xvt'.tit a ?eil .p-e!ilf! Do mi want to build )vur Con Mitulion! Do i-u uaut to fcrl Will! Do ) ii want to yet rid of Nervous- Do vou u:n:t ITnrrzj ! Do )v,'t want to S!c ; Vrll! Do ion want a Kri-k uutl i;orcn If vou (IoiiJ IKK)Kb M)-S G I' R.MAN IM'TKIts. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS I and Tin: Fhir.NDs ok t'ubnn:is XV v -a'l the attention of all 1iav!n r'?a- Im.-i - or irt-fN in tli am v to tin- tm-t tliat II NhV5 G.rii.in lJ.ttr" ill cur- iiii. -tt ntliji of tin- tli-i-a.--! itnlurt .i I'jr t ji;o.-urf ai..l priv iti.iti imiJu.t to tun. Iili-. in ili- li-t, ) u'pI.-IkiI a!mot ililt in l!n in if i r-, on tin- arrival of tin- -icfc, it will It, i, ( .fif J tint a vry larr jri jM'r ti t!i a i . 1 1 3 1 1 ! i . I r v in '.l.-üity. Y -r -.;?3 o! I i .t l.ir, 1 f Mi I r ihiv turvl II)' F I an i.'r (I ritiaii Ilttir-. li . a.-cj iim:'.1'I finui -Ji.-or!r. ol tin- Iif'--tI t- ii iaio me ;i.i!i!y rmniii. V. !i.i im In ili;i"ii in s'atiiii; tli.it, if tln Ilittits v. i rv !r.'y u -'! ;i i:n ii;; oir fijid-, I i::.ilro!j ol !.m ia'. ! t Im h w 1 t, it i tin. i w :c vi'! In- !.. - r;i!! j utii-'il .r aiti i . . j , to ?1.- fol'.ov. -in;' rMii'i! ,!!( a t:I m!I autln i.t'i t il t uie of in i t t!t' ti:it:on' lir"c, wlios lilt, to n Ii" - oi. ii l.n.w i , "1. j. bri ii jta t J -y the biiltrs:" Tiim Ai.M.rn:, An;'. C'r l. 12. M srs. Jnnr$ t Urun?: W II, 1. 1 1 iii n, yciir Ilm 11 iihI'i. (i rin hi Üitttr l.-o ivnl inv Iis'. T in r- is no m'e-takt- in this. It N von In 1 for l y in ,1i m of iry c n -ra lis, some of w I,u- n i m Jir- a; ; i.! 1 , ni i m!i w re füllt cjii'z mt of all the t ir en in t 1 1 . e of my ;;. I am, an-l Im vr l'-.ii forth !;i-f four year.-, a in irjcr of s'!.i ni t .i ri s et ! Irati 1 h.itt r , :ai I i i r tho irn;tn ü.ite oniTiiaiii of C'ot. K. II. Air f. Ti.ioüh t':e i-x;rn.re attendant upon my ar lt. oi,. luti-, 1 nns attarlml in Nov.ir.l-i-r lit v th inll iMTM itioii ol' t!n; ' n .'., iiiid w for il.ii in th- h'.-j it.il. Thi" kh fol-Ioiv- l hy .-riat I l.il il v, In ihtii-! !y an att.iek f lyc::try. as th n ri rn"V( 1 from the White Houi, iil pint 'o tl is ity on l.o.ir! tin- s'ti Min r S't'itf of Maiin-, fr in whii h 1 lati'Ic'i ii the t2lh of Jur.e. Mnee that tiiTi' I have Ii -n ahout s low ?i nvr ne c-oi.l 1 l,c ai.l t i 1 1 r tain k Fpark of i ital itv. l'.,r a weik or tnoie I w.i ?raif'y nle to vial'ow any tiling, ami if I tii 'I tmce -i rnor-tl Uown, it was itamt-Jiatt'y thron uf I couhl not pvcii krp a V-- of water tin ni tor.jvh. Life rouhl 1. t Int ni. ! r tin f:r. iini.-taiir - ; an I, .if rortlin'lv, tin phifi ei ii-,?, Ir i.'ik'y toM nu- tl.ey could do no n- rc for rn. Art ar'j'iair;t-w.ee who vi-itdrne at the l.o-pital advi.-d nie to try your Il.ttr, n i kit. Ily jrocnn il a l i ttle. I"r m the t"ne I c thiTiei cd t iki: th in the lr rnr nh i low of death ri cmN d, und I mm now t tinL' t tt r. Though I h.iict-ker. I.i.t two hott! I It. ire pained 10 uti!, f I I f T mii'r.e of bt iii; pri::ittd to rjin my w il- ai.-l d in;.ht r, from i l.oin I ! tv e I ard nothinr f r is' m n.th-; for.pr.th n t p. 1 1 ra a 1 oal Vir-itiiin, from tJ e iic:i;iti of Frcul lio'al. Wrx truly imit. ' is' aac malom:. W'v fn'.'v rrjr.ri.r in the truth of the I ove tatmnt. a- 1 Jc -jiri of eir.rou lohn I'. Watt!. Co. K, -r'ih M-i ne. Hi nr Itc li. Co. II, "Jl ." w York. .Nath-I II. TJhuiiiin C . F, !hth IVr.n. Andii-tv J. liitnlmll. (.'. A. 3d Vt. Jhn Jriikln. Co. 11, HTth I' i n. Ecwarc cf Counterfeits ! ?. that the i tttre i f C. M. J ( K SO.N,ia on the W Ii ATI bit of eatti bottle Prirc lvr bottle 75 ct, ur half iloiru lor i. Should your nearc-t i!ru7pit rot have ti e article, do not be put off by any of the in tmicatir5 preparations that tny be tfT r 1 in place, but rnd to u and we will for warJ, ecurt-lT pttkd, br exTrtm. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY. No. 631 ARCH ST. JONES 5c E"V-A.ISrs, (Succtsstr to C. M. Jacwon L Co lMpri-tr. CTTTur aile by I)rupjit and Ptilm W r rif. i l i "