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OFFICII: ISTo. 13 Tenth ,troot. Thornton's Building.
PKIDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 5, ISM
JOHN II. OI3ERLY & CO
FALL A rii.i OFPlOTEOTJON'-AN
Essays on ToMTiCAii Economy. JJy llio
lato M. Ere'derlc Jlautlat, Member of
tlio ItiHtituio of Franco; translated
from tlio Purls edition of 1853. Cliica
go: Western News Company: Cairo:
W. B. Rockwell & Co.
Heforo passing to tlio conleula of thiu
invaluable work, It would not bo amiss
to give a brief history of that odloua legis
lutiou, mlicallud "proteotlon," which
has been fastened upon the country since
thoadyotitof tho republican party to
power. No Hystem of legalized robberyjls
oompaiablo tott in tho atrocity of its
woi kings ; for, under the gulso of npocioiu
Ioub, tho tolling masses of tho country
lare hourly robbed lo pay trlbuto to tho
tuauufacturtreH of New England and tho
Iron-mongers of Penntylvanlfl.
During tho continuance of n utrugglo
which Imperii tho life of a nation, and
while all other subjects are absorbed In
tho paramount one of existence, In
stance in history uro numerous of com
binations, by seizing tho moment and tho
opportunity, controlling its legislation in
their own Interest and to tho detriment
of the great body of tho people. Ulit there
is no parallel lu ell history, no matter
what may have bei n tho rmxlely felt
f( r national existence, to tho action of
tho "Protcctlonlsti" during tho late
cK.I war. In th. "American Sys
tem, " as Mr. Greeley term" what was
-Imply the logic of the Corn Law adyo
cntv, vwti condemned uud overthrown
a" 1 fi r political ftriurjrle, nml the
d tii j ,u' . loctrlnoof a tarlll' for rove
uj' i-r h only I wen me the- settled
I 1 ty of thf e-.iintry It Is true, tlmt
wIM.hi the limits of this tarlir, Inciden
tal prntce'loii" was ulTordcd to certain
in!c;ets, hut even this injustlco
to tho whole people was eventually
aho.i-.htd; for in IS'j", during our last
democratic administration, another
'tarlll' was enacted which lowered tho
duties Imposed by the tariff of 1B10
about fifty per cent. giving us tho
closest possible approximation to abso
lute freo trade. Under tlio beneficent
workings of this polloy our country grow
apaco In general prosperity. Immi
grant sought our shores lu thousands,
Aiid in American shipping; and the
rapidity of tho dovelopoment of our
material resources during that period
landi unrivalled and alone In the lib
torv f)f nations. With th accession of
the republican party to power In ISfll,
came a complete change The life of tho
nnVi was threaten I; the Houthern
members had withdrawn from congress;
thr K'nr of the West had been llred upon,
a I F.ir Sumter hail capitulated. War
a' ' l cvtry tiling. The masses hud
time nor inclination to think of
k j.,, ti,' t!. ThU w.u th gulden op
p .M'y f-ir tho motiop-jlUU, and (hey,
' . t tlitlr inUrvfU, uUt'd. it. During
tl'f m"-Ihi f eoiirt-M, which followed,
' I in., introduced and me. tided In
n t , v hat ha biiiee heroine well
kti au as Hip Morrill tarlll'. Ho was
allidin this work by Thud. Stevens,
tin n clnl.-muli of the committee of
W.saud Means, and an iron inauti
fn Murhini.-tlf. The democrats, through
Mr Jai. IJtooks, of N. V., protected ami
fought against It; and poritoutly point
e l out to Wottern republicans tho un
just discriminations contemplated by it
against Western interests. Hut all this
availed nothing. If the echo of demo
cratic protests ever pnssed beyond the
walls oftho capitol building nt that time
it wa lost In tho din and bustlo of war.
Tho struggle which followed upon tho
reconstruction laws nerved well tho
schemes of tho monopolists. Anxiety
for their fit to on tho one hand, and the
etTorta made for their overthrow on .tho
Ovher, engrossed public attention and di
verted It from every other question of
national policy. Aided by thiu combi
nation of advantageous circumstances,
tho "protectionists" have, lu nine
year?, and in violation of tho expressed
will of the people, Increased tho tsriffln
some Instances over two hundred per
cent , uud now lux thirteen hundred
arllclisof consumption, when thirteen
would yield rovcnuoBtilllcIont to pay the
expenses of tho government the only
purposo for which a tax should ho levied.
Included in theso 1300 jirtloles, are
Iron, salt, uoolon aud cotton goods,
leather, sugar, cofleo, tea all nrlmo
articles of conaumatlon, the tax on which
necescarlly weighs heavy on tho consu
mer. If tho extra cost of these arti
cles, engendered by tlio present tarlll,
found its way into tho vault of the
public treasury, and was ued lu decreas
ing our doot and enhancing our credit,
It might bo tolerated; but wliou ,'its ef
fect Is to deprive iimu of tlio right to buy
wheroho can buy cheapest, and bell
whtio ho cun obtain thohlgluM, prices;
when Its effect Is to onrielt-tho manufac
turer and tho Iroiwhougor, by prevent
ing competition, and oxoludlng the snmo
articles at cheaper prices, It hect im s in-
famous, becuuselt Is 11 igraut robbery; It
Is a perversion oftho province of govern- ;
mcut; It Is class legislation of (ho ran);
est kind; it is aittagou to all natuial
Bclflsh; it Is dcstrucllvo of gcnulno patri
otism; it creates and lostcrs monlod
monopolies; it makes the rich richer
and the poor poorer; It arrays capital
againstlabor; and for ad there reasons It
threatens tho stability of the government
Itself. Under Its workings wo are drift
ing to the public soup-stalls and the
In th impending struggle between
the pooplo and the "rings, Bastlat's
book la Indispensable. One by one It
meets) aad lay bare the sophistries of
the protectionist! ; his logic is unanswer
able; his reasoning plain aad simple;
his style couelso and terse; and of all
books treating of the science of political
economy, it is iu several respects un
questionably tho best. There is no ver
botlly : no wading through elaborate and
fine spun dissertations. Ho expofics fal
lacies by going direct to their root; and
his stylo of argument Is not equalled by
any othor writer on tho same subject. It
is divided luto four parts; tho first two
treat of "Sophisms of Protection;" the
third oP'Hpollation and Law;" the fourth
of "Capital and Interest " In parts one
and two tho arguments resorted to by
tho "protectionists" of this country
are answered and annihilated. And
no answer could bemoro complete. The
compilation is the work of Mr. Horace
White, of Chicago, and is very creditable.
Its typographical appcarauco Is excel
lout; large, clear-cut type and flue pnper
being used throughout tho work. Go to
Itockwell's and procure a copy. Prlco
... 'T .
In theTe,unv6seelegUltttureuii attempt
was made the other duy to declare the
election of Mr. Edtnuud Cooper, to tlio
United States Senate, null and void, on
the ground that tho constitution provides
"No senator "or representative shall,
during the time fur which he was elected,
bo eligible to auy office or placerof trust,
tho appointment to which is vested in
the executive or the general assembly,
except to the ofllce of a trustee of a liter
On the 2d lust, tho resolution to this
efTectwas laid upon tho table.
It Is now defflnltely known that Mr.
Johusou had nothing to do with this
weak attempt to make a brilliant flank
movement, The author of the resolution
says Mr. Johnson had no -knowledge of
tho fact that he Intended to make tho
attack he did.
The State of Tennessee cannot pre
scribe the qualifications of member of
the United Stuten Senate: and therefore
tho clause of the constitution of that
State, above coplod, could not Invali
date tho election of Mr. Cooper.
E" Mr. James A. Hamilton, sou of
Alexander Hamilton, ha recently pub
11 "Led a volume of political reminiscen
ces. From It we gt-t glimpso of the
"happy family" state ofatliilrs existing
lu Mr. Lincoln's Cabluet in 1602. Mr.
Hamilton wrote a letter of advice to the
Secretary oftho Treasury, which, how
ever, he docs not publish In his new vol
ume. Ho gives tho Secretary's reply,
which is quite Interesting. It is as fol
lows: "Washington, I). C, July 16, 1S32.
"My Dear Sir: Your excellent note Is
Just received. I will scud it lo the Pretl
dent, aud shall bo glad If ho will read it
aud iiced it. I have seen llttlo of him
forsomotlmo past; when ho thinks tit
to seek my council or to impart his own,
I attend hit summons. Otherwise, I
conlluo myself to my own special work.
What I think ought to bo dono Is so
generally left undone, and what 1 think
ought not to bo dono so generally done,
that I am led to doubt greatly ttiu valuo
of ray vlows on any subject.
"Your friend, S. P. Ciiahk."
q?T1io barnaclesof Chicago have been
placed among tho "played out" of (he
radical par(y; and never again will har
mony return to that organization In the
Sodom by tho lake. Tho democrats of
of that city arc entitled to hearty ap
plause They stormed the radical citadel
in tho only manner pot-Bible, and have
made their calling and election sure for
the future, There Is nothing like tho
policy of keeping soro tlio heads of tho
dissatisfied of tho purly of the mojority.
It pays the minority. It gives them Im
portance, and makes them tho balance
of power. The Chicago Times' under
stands tills, aud It played Its cards with
grtat ability during tho recent cuuvuss,
It was tho powerful lover that raised tho
barnacles from their seats, aud It used
tho 'Tribune," 'Republican and 'Journal'
to good advantage. Tho 'Times' deserves
tho thanks of democrats everywhere. It
gulled tho sore-headed republicans. Tills
truth can safely bo now declared. Tho
election Is over.
CaT Tho ChIcagoTlmeri' says, irCupt.
Washington, of the Submarine steamer
No, 13, does not go to hell, after his con
duct toward tho drowning people who
rushed from a llery grave on tho Stonu
wall to a watery grave lu the Missis
sippi, there Is no particular ic-o for hell.
Now York, tho Albnuy 'Argus'
asserts, is dunviomUo by a majority of
24.0U0, and that tho ilem loruta have u
a muloii. u. ...u.. )i '. !n oftho !L'ii
Tuesday wasaGod-flend to tho democrats
For twenty-flvo years, the democrats
havonot had control of tho legislative do
partmont of the state, and thelreucmles
havo, In every possible way, endeavored
to tear the oity of New York from tho
democratic grasp, which has been won
fully tenacious. Now, the democrats
will have every thing their own way,
aud if they d6 hot remove all tho tram
mel from their stronghold, and thus in
crease their strength at least 60,000 votes,
they will neglect a very important duty.
BT Tho "fowll" man of Now York is
not a "fossil," hula statue, tho work of
a crazy Prenchmau, who several years
ago worked in the quarries of .Onondaga.
The rascals wlio perpetrated tlfb fruud
ought to havo their ears cut oil', or be
compelled to accept a seat iu Grant's
tof Wo havo received tho first num
ber of the Peoria 'Review,' a smooth
going radical sheet established to ci li
the 'Transcript.' The 'Review' is ;.iu
best looking paper in Peoria, uud will
probably continue to wear a pretty face
for a mouth or two, until the hard times
run: ns it ii.
In rdcial joy what imitr Km
Dolli glilUT on life' ilin-lem
It hatha potent charm to .u
Tl ilroopln hrt f".in Rrut ormn,
Tl.tn ituntd It well from all ..!')
Kpnftl; 'n no tinx'IrJ to),- -
thi: oriiKit snti: or 'jiij:
nr Krr. lu-.NKr u. ri:uur.
rttrc'i littler world thin thit, in friend,
Kr txtW world bor,
Wlivre hem n&elietiJrtMrt., blcuJ
Th.lr rji of llfht nail lutr;
Not lljfht like ;' dull rtj Mow,
ThM comeiiaoo, thrndirnl and dl;
Not Iot like ori-tido'i rbb and Saw,
Thit chiogrj with tht hour vh ch Iif f
TbiTb t r loiter world than thi, my frlr dJ,
Urijt 'Ufr world of bill ,
Vt hoi - .jtt ot Joy former leni
HUri 0t nur fuund In thlij
Whrrr vm, nujiri m-, Jrhovah'athron',
'Mid i.u more eliuto than eriUl -lar.
And rr ) d In on c-Jutlal ton. ,
1U4 nti of agt all apprtr
'Tl t . tela ot IOij ,n htvtrrn, my rtond,
"l.itt nt tho world to come,"
Win jirjHirpioulit lit .hull
Wh n Tim-'i aJ round it run,
Itumu-ts th 'Fath(T of Iiht'' and ttt-
L'p fruin th mol.ltrlnR ururt.
lain this "mant.una" of fu.inrf,
Oa lh olfcrr f'.leof tho Witr!
till: IIVKD.V M'AMI II.
The strongest proofs against Mrs .
HtowoV calumny haveju t b.cii lronght
to light a number of letters written by
Lady liyrou utter her separation from
Ixird Ryron to Mrs. Lcig", his lord
ship's sister. They are good evidence
that tho horrible unit dUguxtiug "true
story" of Mrs. Stowo Is one o thoso pe
riodical ciutlllatinus of malice whieti
have made Mrs, Stowo more notorious
than distinguished. These letters forev
er set at rest the foulest outrage ever
perpetrated upon the memory and repu
tallon of the dead. It is to be hoped
that we shall hear no moro from Mrs.
Stowo upon this or auy other subject
of the kind for a hundred years.
wiiiriieit o.v womi'..y.
J. G. Whittii-rcxprcuci liinuclf perfectly
willing thnt women tbould have the right of
fiiffmce. but think it "will iirovu n reme
dy for all the ctIIs of which thecomplnins."
Wlietla-r it uoei awuy any oviu or not, u win
at lcit glvo women tomcthing more to thluk
of than dreislng and gossiping, which are
tho crcatunteviit from which shouow lulTeri.
There must be lomcthing dono f r v.oumn.
Tho mhjonty or our mothers are not whil
motbrrt ihoold bo. Should tht dcfuiJcrs of
our country, the supporters of our nation,
the upholder of tho Church, thi'proclnlinou
of tho Word, fhnuld ihiao bo Intrtutod to vain
fooling, giddy fii.hlon-follouurs? Our nioth
vra wield ovor ui a creator inlhtodcu than
any other being, Sbo i tho former of our
clmraetorj, our habiu, uud, iuJ. .!, shspc
ourdeitenki. Hut fee hosvhesi..iiJhir timo.
hoar how tun talk, uiiu behold how alio lool.s
andacUt A reform ii surely very much nee J
od in this respect. True tho ear of pro-
grew has idrt'itdy started in thit direction,
mill bv oncnin!' tho doors of college, nud
cnlarKinc our aohero of employments has
given us glorious results. nut inrro is
moro ytit to do uono in iiioj;oot worK, uuu
wo look to female sufl'rttge to lead us entire
ly out of thlsDlough of dependent uc1om
ncss and follvinto which wo havo fallen. Our
uvea uro optined, and from all part of the
cmliieu worm wo am cnumg up mo oiu
muiuui'iiiiui tr, Ul v, , ,.v( it : i
r .... ... Jtr til-Aim, nv. t anil linli. . , l . '
help us to work out our own ulvatlon in n
true wnmaiiliood, aiiuii uxrrc-muig mo rigid
of auflViigo will aid onu iota iu tho great
work ami X tluiiK u win prove hscii tno
truo philosopher's atone by ull uiiuine ht it
bo bcitowed immediately,
Cards were invented ia 1391 by .Isfipmuiin
Grungunmour, to amuse King lleiiry VI. of
I'ranee, who nt that time wit inad. Tho ac o
whh iimdo tho beat card in tho puck, being
derived from tho French word "Aruent," alg
nifying money, and to show that a king could
not get ulong without It, ns u immiul curd
hacked by tho aco wmiUI triuuijili over a king.
Tho kingt wcro called U.v id, Al, xniidcr,
Cu-siar, and Charlemagne, the ipierns wcro
naind Argino, ltachei, Pallw, and Judith;
tho varleta or knaves repn stilted tho
squire to tho kings, and were named Twinco
lot, Ugiur, Hruard, and llcctor.thu tons, nines,
etc., rVpri-sented tho foot soldier Tho nco
of clubs wiu o named and fanned to represent
uclovcr lax, and to bfgniry to too king una
roprcscntod tho halbcrts carried by tho foot
soldiers; the aco of diamonds represented the
heads oftho arrows used by tho cross-bow-men;
and ths aco of hearts represeaUd tho
courage of tho knight and loldleri. Hut
what an amount of anguish, agony, tod do
tpair havo grown out of tho uso of theso
bits of printed card-board when mod by
gamblers) Games of chance, tricks, and
sloight-of-hand havo caused many a robbory,
murder, and suicide. In iUclf, card-playing
may not bo a sin except in the loss or time
but is it wise?
IlI'NliERSON COUNTY, KT.
33 jr Zrul3llo Srawlnc.
Authorized by the Kentucky Legislature.
C U tp i till Pri zo S 1 .0 O O O O
.ui,tu.i:sr PitizK, so.
Drawing to take piuco at MASONIC
TDIPLK, LOUISVILLK, KV.
ni:ci:.iiiw n -jhui, isoo.
Good bondit for thu rent littrobcrn taken, and wilt ba
AtxiKtiod tn thon lr.tln .Alii Harms, which will b
81 UOOmcaih loejch lOOacrr.
ki:nt of capital pkik, $:,ooo
"riul for rlc'inlN ! eltlir-' or tlio fol
lotilnp Audit., mIio .I1I h1-o furliNIi
I'ii in p i lot. Ae , bI.Iuf? UrfcCrlptluii of
I lie l'iii:i:nj,
l. II. It V.N'I rrtnr' Hunk, Hrndrr.yio, Ky.
It. II. AI.I'.X A.MlKIt, OonimeiGiil liank, I.oulj.
JOII.V C. M I'llAM I'rraidont IUak, Hop.
L lunllc, lIo;ini?illr, Ky.
JAJII-S I. DU.L.ATX. Commcreitl Uaak
It CJ. THO IA", Lexington, Ky.
W. It, TVI.i:il. Oannsboro, Ky.
I'or ticket, nni Inforluiiliou roncrrnmx Ihs rntar-priw-,
iv. r. ni'iin,
"Men Cnlro (Hy WlmrfbuS.
Oct. Uth.tinnd 2mAn
If You H'huI
Material lo make a dollor botUonf Uiabr.l Hair rtn.
tnrj. tef rt r undlor rraUiriD crayhair to lUorix
iiul color, nrnd Ucrnta for a p.u'kagc.
If Voa IVnul
Nice White Tlh, UralthyGuma.iuid aawceltrrath
amd for our TUUKtl! DENiniPICB, pri.a,
If Voa Wnut
A turacurq for ltela)tiB, Catarrh, Urafnew, or bus
'utl In llio ear, aeud for our br CltNUTATOKT
Price i'i (toll,
r.I.'illir of Uionbore rot po.l-pvd pa rcx-rJjit
Ail'lrcx JtHwph K. I.rihir, 4:1 ..'arkit street. 8i.
lAU'i-. Mo. rJ7 Ijrdiw
A f(i CullccUon. HoitIuiuPh i;rcrlp.
Magic .trrf, Diaooicriif, etc., compn.ing raluablo
informitlnn tr cverybady. Brnl by mill, (frco of
ixvnuje) for W oetit.
Addr... tt. i:. N.).:A.MjV, HI Market Htoi, Si.
Iul, Mo. c47ilawly
in i.. ..rly I. ,i. r f r.-otipta f..r mak n brandy
all kind ol Wine, Gin, Ale. Ilcrr, ford. all, Superior
Cider, ami n. u li othru'ful Infurmatiou for thoao
il.rtlinjjitiurinanufturinKatiy ofUio above, e-itW
fir tho truJo cr homo ne.
fctutby nu.l.fi.o of p)at3;c,lir Tetnt.. Addro
It. K. M)ltMA.SDr,el ilarkcl atreet,fU LouIj, !o,
litu Jlitrrlae iiulile.
AN USSAY FOll VOIJ.SQ 11 U.S. on I'liy.lulo-lel
lCrrora, Abum-tauJ I)iaaac, incident lo Toulh and
Karly Manlioud, which create impcJuucnU to MAit
ItlAliK, Mith.uro incanaof relit f. Hent in sealed let
ter enciipe, frco .f haro. Addrra, Vt. H. 8KIL
LIN llOt'MITO.S, Howard A vocation, l'hiladel.
phla, I'. aefldawSra
XXfvircl nrxd Soft Xrvxxxiloox
of cury dtacription,
I.ntU, MilnU-M nd Crdar I'oatH.
YAUI) ANPOKKICIV-Coriicr Commercial aenu and
Urd.ra xdicild mid promptly flllod. I-l-anibot
iaimt.tr rurni.rit-a on anri noiK-.
A frei luiii iv .11 Lm arriod up at tho lVjplluii S.
1 .i n nnd'r-.tauruiit, ntteu o'clock orery morniui;.
Tlio utumaiit hr.i btcn rtTnlly Cited up, and wr
iinriui lio :i3oomino. luted witli meal, at all hours.
C)" I'ric riiannabli).
Corner of Hlxth stroul and Commercial Avenue. nat
d.xir to I'oit Oliico. 11. MIT.NKU
"fcltDINANOH NO. 02.
H it ui-iU.n t by tho City CuUacil of the City o
ftc, I, That the chief of thn ulRht policn atall U
herenfur pmdtlirrei CO-KXJdolbr pir niRht. amlthn
other pub"' con.tabl sou duty at uilit ehill be paid
tl.i. i doll.irh p.-r niRht.
wILtut JOHN H. OBKUhY, Mayor.
nECEIVISR'8 BALE OK STEAMER
IX LOU Id A.
lly urUirofnileireo of the Vanderburah Circuit
Ciiurl, in cauno wherein Charloa H. Craw ford, Jr.,
i nt-itnlitl. andThomaH It Ilolua Imlofind.int. I will,
on tho 23d day of November next, between tlui
hoiiot ten oMock a. m. and two o'clock p. m., at
thv- Kianavillo wharf, acll at public auction tho
HtiMiner .nnn, lier Uckle, appwtl, and furnituro.
Teriiu us follows; One-third caali. onclhlrd in mxty
dais, one third In ninoly tlays with iuturc.t addedi
the purclur mcnniitf tho defcrroa paymenU ly
Pr payable In bunk hero, with undoubted cn
!l"lrs. OKO. II. STAHT, Itcccnor.
jgLtiforr, HAYTHOKN & CO.,
Wholciilf. Dcalera aud Manufuttuim,
AKenta or j
HOOTS ANTj SIIOKS.I
10 CUUltl'.UCAI. AVK.XUK,
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iu paid to oiJire
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Paaatnscr trains arrivt at and leavo Cairo aa foil
ARKtvriiso a. h ...4i3o p. m.
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Both tralaa coumct at Centra la witli trains on Ilia
At Fana. Decatur, lllnom'iuton, El 1'ano, La Ball
MendoU, Krevprt, (talcna, Dubuque,
and all poUita in
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HU Louis Springfield, Louisville, Cincin
nati, Indianapolis nud Columbus,
And at Chicago with Michlgm Central, MifhlRiui
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Chicago IUilro.,dK for
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Kor tlinmuli tioketH and Information, apply at thi
Illinois tVntrjl llailriKid Dopot.
W. V. JOHNSON,
(.ni-nd I'aeni;er AKeut, Chicago.
JAMK-t U II.N.-HIN. ABent.Uiiro. ia-.3jU
OW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN
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1 1 .73.
"No IiojU br.HK" ll tl, eiteniaMof Duly uuu
distinctly an 1 1 it idly luthetyenr themmd tbm this
novel of tho lNinii.li poct'n. i:torythin Mlnvh aa
obrrvant trattdlvr mat lute liolnd u uliaracto'ialio
of Itaiy, ami u&t(l4t'w)ierr fniind, will be ilUenverad
bh.w In llieaiiiiiiitviip.i(." HillnnOSix Munlh.
A HISTOtty OI NT.W KMjI M). lly J.-ha 0
I'.direy, I.I.. l. In two viduiuce, orowu o. Cloth.
"WxlM-liete Hint I If. lSlfifV li ia i4Hlr.t...l ilM.nl.
Into the i-p nt if Aineriiitn lllatory, and liaa thn.
Kivvn u , e 1 1 . ti ti irm-ni-iua iinii) 10 1110 anni. ur tno
New Knitland fathorK, the umit ofwhwh Iia liud
the uitrraiit ur Ihi-ir f mIuimm, m ueu-i.iy r-J.lj by
t' f (ml) Mr itn, ro arut, uobUmmJ, in I r.p'il.ivo,".
New Yora i'ril'umi.
ClIAItl.l.-. Ml KJ..V B Wi'lilt. Wo.l CvnuUte
h.ilitmi), emu iuhk mitier 1101 In Any olbcr '"llee
lei rditiuii, iit... .i,.i .tuiajn'io. Ik II vulujnee.
Illobe pinion. Ul 00.
Vm:U tuiuma of our fOpnen auld avivtrately ul
II W. '
JAMKS rr.MMi.llK. (OOl'Flt't COMI'LKTJk
WOltlCH Hoiioeliold Kditiou. ioIumim.. JIU.W.
IUi'I ,.' i.ne r .1 i e,.-ritlelv. 1'rHo. el.&V
THK I VIA . IIKIt-sTUi'KINd TALI!-, by the aam
author. -lnlht- kiIuiiih.. I'rico 10.U).
cooi'KUH moiiiks ow Tin: m:a: sroitiinv
Till! WOOD; STOHIi:" OK THK I'llAlltli:. Kwih
in out! ti.lump. Prior, fci.ie.
"Thn eniHirinu 1 .umin uM of Kcnimoro Cooper
are hla Voii.. Whde Iho Into of oouniry coiiiiniie.
to prevail, ln memory will ex.. t in thn hctrt. oflKn
pooplo. e truly patriotic and Amc nonn ihroiifthout.
they lioi l.l find a pla'o ;n i-tory American's librarv.
1,1 KA LKTrriK AND P(MlHU.MOll.S WOKKSOK
KKUMMi.K lllih.MM;. I'j.co. Si.iO.
... U fet I nre that thn mroquslltieaol
hearl and 11.. nil until .1. 1 lit- Uaul) of itct-ription and
parity of ihought 1111 1 ftrlnif- whith won for Mi'?
llrrmer'c ilnu-tir pK'turt-ii o ninny luting leaders
allovertl o world dur.iiB her lifi tunc, will ilrtw the
old onoii t'i.i k anil ailr.tot many new cneg to the
memoriaU." Uinoinnati KioniiiKCruonlcIc,
Till! l'ILi.ltlJI'.s ALl.f.T, cr, Somps of Trv
Kailicrod 111 l!iKlatid, l-'iauco, uaJ (ii-tinauy. lly
(iilliTi llati-n in iu" voluiim S2.O0,
"Hla pifnirc. Hte dr.iwn wi'h n fliiuand tiorious
hand. do'ription of Umdon I. wonder full vivid
ad cliwr und tho only one e roinembci over to hate
rd which Kite the alichioat notion of tho external
feature 0' the modern lUbylon."- Portland Press
THKtll'KN I'OLAKISA, lly pr. 1.1. 1U(. In on
volume, ti.W. I'lia-id tiou, JI.75.
"Tlio toliiuu cii 'nui( thatiould lo df fired fa
ri'ipert of liiw Immcitl cAOriiiibB, The lllllairallon,
which, oro i.U ul'ti r il;eu.liei ur il.avriptions by Dr.
HaycH, havo nn additional eliarin ttitowi around tluuii
by the po-iciN of I'i let, Wli.tc, and Kvnn, und are,
without exception, tpiMid anl arti.lic. The mapt
cnabltuho rv-tdut to lollox iIioooumo of tho expedi
tion with and as r- rfrJ lypcrphv, it uced
only lie anid tint totmuo was priolml at tho Itivorald
iTfws." No ork Tiling.
MIW.tlACDI.K'rt t l'ISTAIN LKCTtlllK-l. lly Uoiij.
1,-uJoiold. Willi ilUutruiioiiii, H;ii,
PICCIOI.A I'.y X. ll.Sauitim.-. In onotolum,bu
tifnlly Illustrated. f.n,
"ThlM mono of tho Uw uiodcrn ti'ea which havt
attiilned a clai. ,il ropuhil :u. l.ikn 'Paul and Vir
Kluiu,' and 'Ki'Mbclh, i.rtho Kxde. of hib-rm,' 'I'lc
ciola' is re.udtd .is n book tokcep, uot inrroly to
read and thron axlde, iu atyle and mutiment coiiiliina
iokiio iipt r.ii.iuciii uioru y v:iiui-;ii iuiiuiiiiioM,a
human book, -pividini; t. I no miwlreflued and clcva
tod fcoliuii "- li.i.tou Triin-cript.
H13TO:V OK KNi.I.ANTIiy Lord M.ioauloy, 8tu
dent'a lilifoit, in four wluuiei, vo. S.W.
HOW TO I'ltOCL'ICL'ANYUP THE AU0VK
Ulthoiii IC.it iiNc oraioiu-y.
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