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O. CLEMEN'S, KDllOK AND I'L'BLISHEH. TEEMS OF THE DAILY JOURNAL. InAd.anca, . 63 (or lis month. TERMS 07 ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY JOIKNAI. ift inflation, Five Cent, Line Kaeh Insertion aflerwai ds, To and a Half Cai.la a line. Adve rtlsements will he published from fix to twelve days ( Tao Cents a Line (or etch insertion, including I he first. 'CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST, BETTER TEAR THB BEST," our Rule for Pok and Job Printing. fiifYit ire authorised to annuunce 0. U. BTItOXtf a cauilidate fur Citt M.vnMiu al Ui euprouliinf N'otamlicr ekotkn. (augrtdtd) attestionTi The Marion County Temperance Society will meet t'iiruunt lo nljnurnineiit, on Saturday tin.' U ly ol September, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to discuss the Maine Liquor Low. Tho friends ami opponent of mid lew, are reipies'cil to nltenil ; utnl tlie diilert'ul I'.ivi.-iuna are Kd'iestvd to b represented by delegates. T. II. 1 AT LOW. Pre... r.ilmyra, Angii-I s, 1S53. (augindlwt.l) II 'anted ! At tl.is Office, TWO COMPOSITORS. KIXIGIOUS NOTICK. Etc. J.ron Crkatii, of l'uhnyra, will (the l.onl willing) prench in 1 lie Christian Chapel in thin Ciiy, on Saturday flight and Sunday lu-xt. The Courier and Messenger will plonso copy. lluimibal.At gust Hi, lSj.l. 1. T. MOKTV.Y THE MAINE LIQU03 LAW. There is an extraordinary en or prevalent among thoso who oppose a Stule prohibitory Jaw, and that if, that every objeelion vhich may tic raised against tlic Maine Law, already in operation, may with propriety be urged against a Missouri law, not yet in exigence, and when of. course nobody know what it provisions are going to be. They seem to look upon the Mis- !cn on souri Legislature us a set of ninnies, as devoid of originality as a Chinese tailor, who always exactly imitates the garment lie cuts by, patches, holes, ond nil other blemishes. We wercjold yesterday that the Law o Maine prohibits any person from serving on a jury who is opposed to the Liquor Law. Tims, if n n un were on Rioting Last Night. A most disgrace ful scene was exhibited at tho I'lanteis' House, of this city, about ten o'clock last night. Three fellow., notorious bullies, one or more of them claiming to be pilots or mates on steamboats but disgracing any profession by claiming to LeK n to it tound their way to the 1'lanters' House, where two thirds drunk, stripped to the bvj) having nothing but their pantaloons on, and armed, one of them with a larpe bowie- knite they drove the peaceful citizens there assembled from the rooms they in vaded, nourishing their weapons and in dulging in the most ferocious threats and violent luniu ie. The police that rathcred in were un title or tl raid to arrest these during out laws, until Muvor How nppearcd nnd com manded them to do their duty. Thereupon these vulgar and imprudent rioters were eied nnd tuken to tho calaboose. We hope their punishment may be equal to their indecent nnd outraircoits behavior. 1. S. Wo have just heard that these rioters have beci arraigned before the City Recorder and fined $10 each! This result, we Hre sure, will excite tl.e disgust and Indignation of everv ono who heard the particulars of last night's outrage. Daily Mail. In another column will be found the form of petitions which are now bcin circulated, among the citizens interested in the broposed line. It is to run from Naples, through lirij.rgsvil!e-, Pitts field, Dai ry, and Kindeihook to Hannibal. The tnrlv establishment of this route is a matter of great importance to the pco be- An AvrOirinir ipfntin. IK tbnf tllpm 1 A .... .v...H..nw .(..V, 1... i netolent gentleman in lioston, who gives twen-ty-tivc cents for religious purposes every time lio swears! " Ha has already i a a new M K. EMEUSON'S .SCHOOL HANNIBAL. 1) KV. DANIEL EMERSON, A. M .wtll open an Englbb tti It CiiMioai ftcttoul lor ooya la liannlhal na tbe Ant Moa- steeple on the Tresbvlei ian church, and i now J fci''u.ir.in the baMmentof tbe Bcoond PreabyUtiaa 1 , . i . . .1 ii Cliurch. Turn., ft quartet uf le.ea weeks. Fur common engaged cussing up a donation to the Homo i:1,gu,hii,1nrhoi.uiTphyArhiiiUo.4)..tioOi H.iaar O ' . 1 1 la... a. at K fan .! i a.. nn . - . r .--r--r-:r-rr: win in, and Dtrtiblc-Kntr? Buok-Kplag, cavil zt, i . ' ii -tit. i FoAl and cat ill rotiRi. 60 Mitt milL second year ot the Ilnniiibal I-emale, Fr ,n(l,ram, il)n ln ,! oqn,;aoallotti ana aiporlaaot. - , ...f.. ... .k. fn llB nal lawlliiM..!. I. . !-M, in Mr. K. rrfrra to th loiiuwma teMMu'.nii 1. 1 Fmm 1'nitmutsT I'lanca. "'Ihla may etrliry that Mr. Daniel Knirraua wai (radua)ed at WuUra Itrra Collef a, la Aiigu-t ls.'W. lie wta alike dktiogulrhMl fur taleal ai M h 'larrhip, and hald a tint ftandlDg Id bit elaai. II hi eo- idcrril m well quai n a to inrinioi ib any aapartastoi of eda- J. Seminary, will eotumence August the basement ol tlm H.iptist t.liurth. Miss M. M. SMITH. Principal, Miss II. A. PATRICK, Assii't Teacher. t r :i. .1 ft . 1 1? i ir.' .tr. iiaHiuoai.jiinusi .u, louo iiui cl,1((D( blU ,,di,,inKUfh.d fr hklll In Linrw, and Wli, TO TUB rilOPKKtY llOLiJUUS OKl'w'-.j'S JaI.7Jgi,r IIAiNIMIJAL. At n meeting of the Hoard or Directors of the Hannibal and kit. Joseph ltailroad Company, convened in this eily on tho '25lh inst., il was RwUcd, That tli :ni;ir.e.-r In Chi. f, In addition to tba tir alreu'lr conferred in bnu by a reauluunn if Ihts It ard. "Wniicm Itucrva CI ego, I 1'rta. WnU Km. Cullen.1 9.l Hit ' I Fm M Jnnoi Vaa FwrAiiiKOas asd Oinaas "I eonear fully with lha Kntiiurata In the ertt6oata uf Tnaldtnt l'icroe, (ho quahfloatiuna ol Kcr. D. Kmerwn to Initruot in 'any dcparinunt ol cduaaiion," and obearfull add. that I hare beta a (c nftant patron of hia school, taught her ainea be an I bo ia b.ruhy Ir.MriKUd lo cau a full and c .uple.o , or(,,n(M1)D ,nd 'lhkX u ,rp,od by 0D, d 0,nl examination of ti . r.,ult. it.Miib Ullier ilreet. an.l bIm any , , f(jW witbin i,,,,,, f,.r rffioleBeT and eoTernmani. otlior muis tb.il In b a J j '(.-.m-nt miy bo it.'oim J uih t-n'j!e f r the Inurctol tlie Kit liond. Ua pany, aod to rpare an uu Biato ol thi ens a f trove rviornl ronton, t'Mthcr ith tbeir llltilo wrrMng and 'M'rrtiv vilue to the internal of said K iad, end ihut he I'e al-o cninwero.l to Bijcvtrfm otmo what turn. tlie rifCt.ti't wiy I- riiii Mml rnn lie t lituined upon the )triil r anil aim t.i rte. lve propo-'itioni from land Uoiil.M or thcimiirif, im what trrnwtlie nreewary amount of Unl e.iu b i k ainrd Uju tla I'.inWs of iho Alisrifrlppi nviT, HLd in on fU'-u oih r piaeci in or anjiHom to tneci'y uiu lor auuh other nmoiint i f hind ai ho icay doom neivMnxy for tho n o of tho Cmuoani for the neeeKwry buildings and thai bo bo rcquirtd to report al the next meelinR of ihe B ar I, 1IID.MA3 a.i oir taKl.MJt." "Wert Ely. June Id, 18M." "We cor lialijr concur in tba JOHN M. COMnS, ESQ., ab-ve ne iuuieadaUon. JOHN WATSON, (auiV.ht4iu Al.Httl) WAKNER Important to Hou.sckeepers! ! WOODMAN'S CKLKIIIIATED SOAP.'! Ill II E holvu eflahiatrU Boan ia an arrtele which avor r.inMw. avl all p.iwcrconrorr-doneiiuiiiiiteeiihiTit.foroappolnteil in ; I ho'ol, launiiry, loaidi" l.ou-e, 5 will find ufiooaeara rofaonce to paHlng. tho riln of way ihroogh the ciiy nl llan- j'u' Irial, to b- th rery ti tog niuiud lureoonoaiy asdaaTlaa; bib. I. and Kilting l.md f r dep. tj and other lui'd rg', m cva-1 ' laU r : rary fr the wanta uf the Cuii.iiiy, bo an i Is hereby repealed. H 'eiiire elothre en b- wnl(J In ore ft urlh Ihe time. ... 21. The? nqiiiren i rnhhirg jr toundr.u thereby eamg Propositions for the sale or lands te the I Ian- labor, and tho njurimu e.T'ei. of tl.e .d lucth.d. nibal and Si. Joseph Railroad Company, Tor a J:1- ,1( b:.aMi-.rd l.uv.i ;bemiureiy white, nrd for el. .. . . e .i e i t .1 i 'eted oloiln. It i nnU'pvaed, b it di not ix'ract the de. site for Depot, ke., ill the eily or Hannibal, lit but ha. a tendency to tot tl.e 0! lor. F.r wathlug iiat a;d accordance with the above resolution, are invited ; windoei it rannm be txerller. from thamoi.ertv holders, nnd will he received I ' f " -nied not to ii J,ra Iheclotbee ln anT ay. .1.- ,r' .1.1 .... t s " l...r.- il- u!' ln. -v ' V'D 1""""" c"' Ilk llir vmec VI lltr-- tiiiui I j-ii; i.i-.i, wn v . vi v ...i. n vnen OOX II I 1110 U0 Ol H. lha Siap an hr Lud at the h"me f .1 bn D.vif, who a fnr the iio '" '"r ,1"ri"n unty, on tilth airevi, near Wa. t'a d reolluoi first Monday in Sept ember next pie ol tins Comity, ami we earnestly nope 1 l e quantity ol irmunil necessary lor tlie use that no effort will be lack'tnr on their part of the company for the terminus, will be not less lunireot. t secure the arrangement. l'ittslield Free!'1'11" live ueres; on or near the river, nnd ten ad lreS:Ji dilional acres, lying in it body on or near Iho line of Koael, u distance not exceeding two utiles Wild Game. A large black bear in fie I' run ihe ritcr. possession of .Mr. SteifHer, a butcher, living inj Propositions si tld be sealed, nnd endursed uic vv 0 reo'i Hemp I'reJJ, or ol Curti A Loekwood, on Mam, near (stiK-Mtf) VALUAHLK FAIiM FOR SALW.l id lhec-!.itei, KOni'Rl' VAN. t.3t 'VPS! IIOAICliK, ilecea-ed, wiH tfc. lo I'lr Ini'lufi tiii!der,oti Sit IT - estem part of the city, escaped from his i"Preposal for .do rf ground lor lie pot, and in.l.iy the h'-l duv of Oeioher mxl, the Vdhubi t'alTu n night before last, nnd indulged himself contain all nivur ite i1i:m liptioli of the ground, 1 lately wcup.e-! by the s.ii I ileeeased, iii M.mroe county, til a moonlight stroll to one of the neighbors, its lurahty, ipiantily, so,, with relercncc uiadc whtro he was the cause of no little excitement, to a ph-l of the. city. The doors nnd windows of the house hud, on! J AM I.S M . Iil'CKLIN, aecuiit of the cxM-ssivo s.:l mess of the) Chf. I'ngr. II. fi St. J. R. R. weather, been left wide open, perceiving which,1 Hannibal, July '2!!th, lSjIl. disiwtd Mo., twom.it a l.. 11 in. hi Kusl of Clinton, on the Mnto itoad le.iiititT irotn I'.ins t. iMiinvia ami lunni bal;eohUiiiin '.(Jo actcs, dun of which, ia uns'er fence, and l-!0 otiu in a liih atute nl rultiva; iuii, and the balance ol Ihe l.inil is well timber, d. Theie i on the prcmi-.es, a good dwelling house and Rruin quietly climbed up a flight of slair, and1 Ci-y papers copy, and send bill to Railroad i: 1 w.C -.j''' 0 sti.lo iiitn thn nnrsi'rv. u Inn. :iv 11 snrennl inr I Ifli... . ..... . . .. ... . ... ' ". , - , ,.,, mtirni mm iwa aoiiiiii.il m, nut will he aald a-ld tl ri'e or lour children. The ugly raseal j lnu Iiumt. MJ ir Iticllin rcipieata ui fnatate that prc-i in a body. Possesion will b given on Ihe lirat t.ay uppeaicl to know exactly iho effect which Vi lb l. from yropcr v h'd, bra wld l received for any iff M-ueu next. i... ...t.l r it , ..nl.l r,.l!me Limu'L,!,... .,r I.!, i....,.!,.. 1 r...... r.. . .l,...n. v..., n r, . ... i,,..),.. Iirinso. the sale, will he one balf of the Irchie lo bo asked in imp.inncling the jury would be. ' "ul.t chiu klcd plc.-untly over the proposed a-neuntol land that ouid bo M,uuoi for d.,ot,.cd u eer in : uUl ,, ,,BV lim, . .11- I . -, jol.e. He priced himself in a strong light near ,!oly cm nuko no dill.rer.eo ilh M ij r Uucklin or the i,rov,.,l ,Ceu.i'y will i c leuimVd a cootl and ulliciui ttllal is jour opinion upon Uic Liquor Law. , win low nnd laciiiTih. ln,.ners. Iieoved lod of Kreetons whether rr..phl.ua for the mleol ny U.rd Millie uiveu cu receivim- Ihe l,t .,,,,., a. ri : . I 1 ..n. . i . ri . . 1 . . .! . ' . , . . .. : ,..r . ... . . - . . a ins ni ii i1 iuu iiusuru in taut .uitiiii, a nere is no such thing in the law ; but suppose Miir.c Legislators had been such consuintnatc donkeys us to insert such a provision in their j law, does it follow that the Missouri legislators must be fools niotlg'l lo follow the:n 'i Hut the Maine Liquor Law or a Missouri State prohibitory law is not now the question before the people of Hannibal. The question solely is whether this city shall be rid of the traffiic in ardent spirits, by the exercise of pow ers ahcady granted bv Ihe Legislature. This is tlie utmost boundary of the qurs'.i'ju to be dis-j rustled before tho coining eity t lection. RcTi-RN-cn. Mr. Edward C. McDonald re turned yesterday from California. Mr. CRKATII is in town, nnd will preach in the Christian Chapel to-night nnd to-morrow. The public are invited to attend. In the Third district, the reported and official returns give Lindley a majority of bl votes. WILL rLOFLnliifJoVvE us Phtiit call end .ay vp I 2j We need Iho money and have no lime (o collect it. T.ie Alton Courier or the loth says that an honest nnd respected farmer of that neighbor hood, Mr. Wm. Mclntyre, aged about sixty years, was pitched out of his wagon, run over and killed. Ho was intoxicated, nnd his shout ing and behavior frightened the horses so that they ran away. The Courier says " If the liquor dealer who Mild Unit whisky can feel easy, he must huvc a gutta perclu conscience." 33" The minors from Europe, threateu war. NtW OltLCAKS, Aug. 11 The fever spreads Willi fearful rapidity. Many have it who I avo already had it. In one More lour cleiks died on the s.unu day. The number of '".uhs uii Wednesday were JUL of i h ch 1 4 w u c of f i cr. a llOirC grill t. The girl and Children illimc- LT0 acme wircvnnnciu wa oinmnen.aciBrniciy ona prison w imiii'R i sei: uie iieuusc, van ca I on Samuel Ihe'diatelv awoke, mid their cries ill time b.-oucllt If"0-"" Ahciae.-l w i) a certain wnero ami at what, - c . . ...iMror , lit in3 ... them the older member, of the loM, . i (i Ko'iui ii V IL I I .V so , Jro'r r . . i i i . . .. of reis. m nitht eouibioolou.ake untie amount re. luiied: or I . .... .. .. o.n.i.i.iu.i, -uiu i. lxn one uareu, nowevcr, to ueal too uoruiitly ! , " , . , Augiiii3.ii, i.u. lauir lubt) ... ,. . , i , . ' ... i. i . ' they may aeiwrately, or any me that eliooees, may lond iu v 6 ' iv ith 1 ho ititruiler. uml it lent u i li iliftn.iil tv ili..l ' " ' ' ' .. . bis ejection was Democrat. finally effected. St. prco ition! lo mi iDueuniteij imaii aruounia. J 1 II HD.MI.. It. a. rteu. v e acxs" ARRIVALS AT THE SIOSROE HOUSE, ('inner or Dlntii ami Critlre Strrrtv, WM. MIOOT, Ihopiietoi. Tlil KsOAV, Aug'ist l", ISjlt. F. Menifee ; H. M. Nicol and lady, Wir.en; Mr. McCulisier, St. Louis; T. L. Fox, Paris, Mo.; M. HewBit, " .1. C.irnes, Lancaster, Ohio; O. II. Cosly, Marion; T. Louis Cochran, Audrain ; tieorge Cochran, " Win. P. Samuel, Ralls county; Henj. Hawkins, city; T. J. Penn, Hulls county ; M'ss M. Kellcy, Halls count): Miss H. Moxley, New London"; Richard LaMarr, city; J. V. Hardy, Huntsville, Mo.. H. N. Tracy, " Corb!n Jones, Quincy ; W. Alkine, Pike cjtiuty, 111.; J. K. Hulcy, Ky.; S. P. Nunn, " II. Penn and lady, New London; Mrs. F. Kelley, W. C. Dearen, Haton Rouge, La., J. L. Carmun, Weston, Mo.; Isiac Wntsslein, Oquawkn, III.; Thuinas Crutchrr, Paris, Mo. - - - . I II I A I I . I I I - f I I . Mil I IS I I.AIlli. JOHN KKSI'aXW. H.lkofiL. 1 'W " I'ailli, w;i itu IVL V. t I-. . curiirr 01 stfioita iiuti Morcau hi reels. ( o;ii' i i.l' Main and HM.lle I'lee;.', ' Louis, JMissouri. Loyj3., ; -JAM'ITAC'll'r.KllSot Siwim t.igua- an! B.itera, Saw CLARK. UENF1.EW & CO., , Lard Ke t e. Lard Sjrawa and CyliLdora. Wool Cirding M -aiANtJAClTUKUS of e.m Machiaer 1M .hWn I'i,i, (d and lohateo .Vrat.s, Mor- chiuaCaiila. r.aVsdt! se I'alent Saw-IJii.t Hu'ncrs, Pace & Chlds' Valenl . lau.aujai) ! Cirruliir Niw .Viut, lor horse, strain or water povter, and all kinds of Mill Work, .Vc., &e. I lD"'l'hey would invite tlie attention of Millwright, . to ll.eir new and large stock of r.iltoins. f.u ewry vaiie itv ol Wheels lists of which will be luniished wheu !i!i'ired,by mail 01 olheiwise. 1 heir extensive Holler end Shect-luui Wotks, under - the rontrol of A. Crosier, airird laeililiea, for Manil la. 'tin in" nnd KrinMiing H01I.KU AM) SHtKT I la i.N VVtlKlv. in the luo.t impioved iiiannor. t.oo.l Neeonddi.ina' Hollers gilieially oil 113114. Aoirii-l Hi, Wt mI.Vw lutrrrslsii:), lo SaMyers! New Steam Saw as any Country T7E i h to lipo-t of an interest nnr-loiirth ' oi.e-tlnril. or one-linll in our Mill (upriuht fsw) on Salt Itiver. This Mill has as line a location JUST RECEIVED, And for sale t tho "Lone Building'' corner of Main and Bird streets, AM. KINDS OK GAUDK.V REKUS-Onion et; Illnegrasi and timothy aedi Clover awe J by the barre' or bushel. A general arsoitment of Groceries, Wooden and Willow Ware, Brooms, Cotton Yarns t Colton battinc. All kind, of Nuls Oranpe,, Lemon,, Kip, and a host of article, not mentioned herei like wise, a thousand thing that jaunt here for sale. Anx ious to fel all lor CASH UP AND THE MONEt DOWN, lake to forgot one thing, the Kacle Mills nour u Here too! marl. Mil T.JACKSON. ""at a'il I it. . w e Mill in the Stair-, beine on Salt Bner. ; il,. .J.'. W-t-r- my irmova, ,o tne House I "u"u IS'lK llnt.l.t m,. .nlV. h .v. in 1, -...1.1 - " ' " J ..vrvuW Pi at wloch the ll.iiinib.il and Iev London l'l Ko.nl ciosse, it. It is surrounded bv a line rich nich llioiliood, mil r viiii; rapidly, requiring a vast amoimt ii- v. i .. ... of Lnnd errand Ihei. old. 71 Lie, t'.nm li .!?k"i obliged to make considerable addition, now occupy, (Opposite tba City el.) my sale have ao u.y expectations, that I have been to mv stocK received within Ihe last from which, laige hill, can bo had at good nrice, r mi S "r T' . ' r r.;i:i:J. i... n, . few day,, a good assortment of , wo. ... ill ' I--- i.'t .'u..i .ii ii. t.iiuin l.llMia Ol lors n t . . m !as UI.u k Walnut. Maple, all Kinds or )ak,Jtc .are Bys COatS, FantS & Vests. iscau-elv eunalbd bv anv other Mi. s.nt lv..r r. Also, a good assortment of HUck '.'0 uuea no, aboim l, with the timber just named 1 Sil,i"- ws'11 satin, black figured silk, black Italia I .. I....I. ...... I.. .1 1. ..... ' 1 rlntli. llnir U'hitM and firnrral Xld...ill r ... . . . , ' I To a lust ra'e practical sawyer, on immediate an.! siifwrior and medium-Cue linen botora thirta) drawersc 1 i;i.LOW I'lIVKH AT Ai:W Ohi.kvns. TliU uliciion. we will s. nn intoieil as al,,.. blacK satin and fancy colored silv aduulin . , f - " 1,111!. , w w.w, SCO"r"e continues in New Orleans, without v, r' a' nuno.latu.g. No other, than a thorough ex- 'l'l'- ol,,cK t in cravats; uncy ailtc crarati; under nlm.cment. The number ofiJa-nil.. " l.tced savvy, r, u.,,1 app'y. b lfi"rL.''l.".lC. .II1. .''n !.,he '.CK ?n - -'1MSBJ tlltll ciiy, for the twenty-four hours ending at (! o'clock a. m. on Monday, tho St!i, was i!JS of which 193 were from vcllow fi!Vir. . . i ....... ............ The death for the twenty hours succeed- ll.NAL M.1 J LL.MLaT. I tJ" My good, I koow, will eempar favorabliwith inrr ieim I ') nf'llirh I f . 1 i..ur.. fr .. I IV ooreoy j;iveii n nn rrvuuora i.tnl otbera m'l "i oic iny, II in .A HI WcVtltiH. AEBt. llg veie OIWIHCn IDIWere Irorrl Vtl- i m.ercin lho ive of UILLIA.M KIN.i, dcjS i Hannibal. June 23. 18.i3-fl "B1"1 In... Lenr I .Vina an? .ili.ltl.. I ...I ,.f i.l ' " v ' iiiiv ol ilirt nexi Nov oin tier lerai of the lulls Count. Court, oil iNKVV ARRIVAL I I CLAYTON & HAYS New London, Mo , July 1.1, 6o3. (jy!3wtf) makes the assortment very complete, and which for vasn, snail oe som a( a small profit. I know lb tifr'Tli.. (I,.....-.. U'.iir rune tn ...... - r lower U OOUS Bra Bold. Ihe larnar fl.. ..Iu 111 k. .... -v .? I J ' .lil Ol J , T , ' h hi. P ' - v.,,. v., and send bnl to th.3 Oifice. .consequently both seller and purchaser benefitad all i aie ia a lair cnance. low fever. St. Louis News ... . 1 "nv ! 'ilia next -Noveinher lerru of thelUlls Count. Cmrt . I illtl'AKtU lloiier'a ieara, an i jc-'lenl articla fc: aor wnie, will make1 I romr "" tast, Wew 1'iano Munc,amang ...... .. .. ... . fan., . ,iin,...i ,,i hi. i.iloiiiii.tration rt tii ...... I .. x- e k- .. . V. .. kud iind. r uipi'lrs fur .aloatthe Hru btnran. Jui:'Ms.j;-jiw:iiu i:. x; AMUtBm' 're Ba(ll a.,Ueu:ti.t el bij uduiiuitlratinn of Mid .,te. i juu.si 1I01SK, AJm'r of I Avgiul i 1 I J - r 1: V.1LL1AA1 Kl.V. de. 'd which ate New Songs, New Waltzes, New Polkas, ert. l ei sale at D. K. Carman's (aujilodtf) Ntw llaek-Stere: