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THE BULLETIN. 

yUBLTSmCD EVERY THUBSDAT BY 

ttihc f .fbpHetors, 



■ ^ MAY S 



. WMttacl 
ar imuAM ovusm BarAmSi 



by, 

Upon wbof* top the olovds io eternal »badow lie. 



•Bd calmlj wak«ali^tU MbgaMws for 

me. 



Tbe tree-tOF« faintly niatio beneatli tbe bncxa* 

flight, 

A soft and poothtng aoand, yetH wbiaponiorUie 

night; 

hear tb« voodibraab plpiiig«a#JBcUow doeaat 

niorOy 

Aad MOBt tbe fl -won that Slow wtaao tLa faaat of 
day la o'e'i. 

Bobold tbe portala open, and o'er the tbretbold 
now, 

Ttea atepo a wear^ one with pa]a and farrowed 
" ' " 'ftroir; 

it of yeara is fteU, hia al)oUed taak ia 

^r «ogbti _ 

'MUaUm 



not. 

Ia aadneas, then, I ponder howqaickly fleets the 
boor 

or bamaa atrength aB4/4etioB, mas^  «Bai*ffi 

aad bia ipowar, ' - 
X awn wUla atiil tfaa woodtbrndk siaca down 

tbe ijolden day, 
And aal'laaii and Uatcn tbe ■adnwa waaiaaway. 

the binges tara,aBda joolb, dcparUng 
tlnrowa 

look of longiaiif Wskiriudanl j(b»9)rftilly 



A UoMBiog maid, onbtodiny^ia iv mi tnm b*r 

bair, 

Uovos monrn fully away from amidst the yoang 



Ob, tlory of onr race that so snddanly deesyal 
Ob, erimaon floab of momiog, that darkens aa 
wa gaxal 

Ob, braatb of SnmoMr l^jg*'""" tbarast- 
leea air 

Seatttrs a moment's sweetness and flees waanow 
not wbete. " 

I grieved for lifeVbrisht proaaiss, joot shown 

Und tlien wilLdruwn; 
Bnt still tba san ttbinesrouDd me; tbe evening 

bird ringn on; 
And 1 again am sooilied, and beside tbe ancient 

Io tblB soft evening snnligbt, I dtlmly stand and 

waiu 

Once more tbe gates are opened; an infant group 
go out. 

Tbo sweet smile quenched forever, and stilled 

tbe sprightly shcnt, 
Oh, AfilfJnil^X^^Qiiif^, that npon the«reen- 

awaad sUaaa, 
ft»ftit70iing bndi) nnopeiiad, witb avary iriod 

that blows. 



Qdihct. Er., April 20th, 1864, 
Oentlemen Editora: 

While yieMiag to neoe 1o firm deTbtlon 
to tbe Union oar fatharseemeDted irlthtbeir 
-blood, and tbe Conalitatioo tbey gave I 
bare diffarad widely from my nomer- 
ooi friends and ralativaa, tn yoar I re- 
gion, ss to the means necessary to preserve 
and perpetrate this sacred treasure. White, 
in ray jadgmant, thay have gone the broad 
road, I have endeavored to seek the narrow 
and, to nj^self, jiloamj ftPd dangeroas path 
t« mr ou i iotoif Ufa.. 1» »i  mj oaa J lBg. 
during tbfe Waf, I have not met with tbe 
atteranea tf • lantimeot that to nearly ao- 
oords wt(L my own as Iba speech of Senator 
Batabo. which I clip from the Cincinnati 
Daily Enquirer, of Febrnsry 17tb, and en- 
close voa for {osertieo, aa I baliera it has 
not yec appeared in your paper. I make 
this request, beeaase I have stood aimoit 
aloo*, la ibia Ngtootlo rsfaaiaf t»- tak« tbe 
odious test oath, for I had mad* op my 
mind to go to Csmp Chasa^B^ there die 
ratber tbao tale it. lfoa»'flB«o wQl^aak for 
tbe re;i»rn: — Tbe English statute books sre 
loaded witb enactments on this subject, from 
the days of Bloody Uary down to tbe 
eventful year '76. Oa the 9ih of March of 
that year, wbiia Coogreea were gravely cpo- 
•idarisgtha qBaoHws of ear vatfoBaf lode- 
pendence, tbe abolished (I had hoped for- 
ever) the practice of administering teat osths. 
kM^^ilas esused me inekpressible regret to 
see that practice revived and even our Keo- 
taekj^atatuta books staibed with such legis 
Istioo, on tba freedom of elections and tbe 
coDscicDce of jurors. Surely tba IfCgisia- 
(ara had forgotten tbe tujuoction of tbe 
Ponodar^f car religion. "SuMar not at all," 
for any thing beyond simple afferroative and 
negative comes of evil. To trammel con- 
science and make it bend to ;be will of 
others, will alwaya pmra a daatb blow to 
freedom. The highest dignity I h^ve ever 
coveted, is that of a fr eemao io a free couo 
try. it^ boBM tribooal «aB rij^tiy iotar- 
Jervwhb IIm working* of my cor.soiaoee. 
Bespeclfully Yours, 
. ' . ^   Wi|.L.'POCUB. 



min istratioD. nnd its course waa approved by i It hu been as truly as beautifully said by a 



So some 



from 

side, 



every region, so enter, side by 



Tbe strong and ftiint of spirit, tbe meek and men 
ot pride, 

fitepa of earth's gse^teat, mightieet, between 

kbcaa fiUaiagtaif,; - 
. JisAfdaSs of liUla fiaak, mark tbadost along tbe 

^»»- . -. .'     I 

And fcome approach tlie tbreihetfl H/hSui wikB 

are blank with fear. 
And some wbofc4 temples brighten witb joy arc 

drawing near, 
if tbey saw dear filers, and  »Ugbl^ the graaoas 

■ .-eyo . -1- — ''"I 
Of ^taftba ^IokIMUmk, tA»»3tmm4M oa te 

I mark tbe Joy, tbe terrors; yet these, wllhJii my 
heart, 

• deffatif ■ . . 
]tatft1a the vnnahine gteaming «n ^alet wood 



imparl, 
are tossing vbiiw; 



 «dT]t*ir«HIPt biiM«« blM«Hng Upa, 
'I 'yitesems and bridal baUa. 

' VO'/LllW' agieam; 
HiUOaUsbora are longing eyea, ^ 
.And tba far boriaon'a baantiaff 
Of ships that sail tbe akies. 

Ju rea axe masts that risft 
. Jttke apoctre* from tba deep; . 
(toUokrcare tbe gtiostx of drowning cries 
Xbat ero^ tbe waves oi sleep. 

At sea are wracks a-strand; 
On shore are shells that ^oan, 



*^ Ladied 
moaibs. 



should never pnt pioo Io -their- 
their lipssbWd b* roaaa without 



THE OATH OF OFFICE. 

SPBCCH OF 

SENATOR KAVAU). 01 QKUWm 

In the United 8lat$$ Senate, Jun. 26. 18G1. 
Senator BATAho^, after taking the oath of 
of ofloa, preseribad by tibaaot of Jnly Snd, 

1862, asked tho unanimous consent of the 
Senate to m^ke some remarks personal to 
b^adf, wMeh balo^^'grisated, he proceeded 
to ppsak fls foUoWj: 

Mb I'eesidkst: In the course of the do- 
bate upon tho rtilis adopted yesterday bv 
tbe Senate. I staled mat the body having 
ezcUiaive jurisdiction .over tbo subject, I 
should bold myself boood by its sctioo,and 
that bnt one altemaHt»remaiDed if Aha role 
wa«;^iflpta4i«ilb«r.itf«oiBplr.,witb the de 
cisiwa^y V taH s si Bi eb -mf - aaai in the 
Senate. BnlMeq leot reflection has con- 
vinced DM I was partisljy io error. Aoo'.ber 
course is open: te submit to the decision 
and resign. 

The gravest consideration has induced 
me to pursue this last course; and, in a brief 
period, my coooactioo with this body, whicb 
has lasted nearly tt]:rteen years,,|^Ui Ms^e. 

I desire to aaaian toa reason*^ »il|fnif eon- 
troi. ray aotioa.Jw|4 oat any. doaieioa. upon 
tba eooBtitoUodit validity of tbe actof J u ly . 
1862, all tbe members of tbe Senate and 
Uousa to whom it applied belonging to the 
political p^rty with which I have acted 
have voluntarily taken the oath prescribed 
by that aci., deeming, iJoubilesr*, tnat the 
OUDSlitutional ijuestions iovoived were of 
leas aaoment and tbe precedent raada lefo 
daugarons than they seemed to my mind. — 
I aould not. bat reflect that this unanimous 
aetioB of tboanvwiil^ wb^^otnl eainoids in 
fvo'etal pelitienl TiaafB- nli|^t i^«r^nse 
arm to men unbiased by tbo ptirrertiog In- 
fluences of pol.tioAl or personal hos.'li'v. 
who did not know me personally, to dout^t, 
if not to beiievs, that I declined to lake the 
oath for reasouit other than the ccnsider.«- 
tioo that ill my judgment, it was « danger- 
oi-s inoovation npon fuoUaineMal principles 
of-«b« Oy notitutioo. 

'As l'be1i*ved that tba t«w bad bean psss- 
ed without a full diricufsion. and at a deci- 
sion on its validity by the proper tribnn^il 
hsd been waived at the specirtl session when 
I w»s riot present, I w.is conlont to lenve 
others to their own aciien.an l sovern min« 
by my coDvirlim of dntv. The decis-on 
has now, however, been judicially ma'lo, 
sftar bearing my objections to the act and 
'Ihkt'^tb ft imposeo, and that dscinion, 
t 



a majority of Conzress, nnd, iodee ', bv the 
people at large, after their passiont had be- 
come excited by actual war. 

I told you then that I did Bot consider 
seoessioo a cooatitBtioaalar ssiBi I'edThtht of 
tbofitatis, ba»«tf ji9tftfC-t#Ma | t B| bttk « 
rav rfatioD bjr-»«ifitiiadb 'now MMi lti OO ' BtH 
jeballion in tba cUMfera aenee of tba word, 
but only in its old Roman sense — ttie revolt 
of a people. I^told you. also, that in my 
judgment, concriiation, and the removal of 
real or even apprehended grievances or 
dangers, and not coercion by arms, was, in 
such a crisis, tbe true policy of the states- 
msn; and that tbe framersof the Constitu- 
tion bad wisely left such a etata of aCTa'ra 
wiiboQt any provision — as one of tbosa 
"mortal feuda" which, in the laqgaaga of 
Uaihilton, "when tbey happen, .comjuonly 
amount to revolntipoa and diamoinbarjnaats 
of empire." 

1 admitted that secss.sion was a breach of 
tbe compact br whicb tbe Fe leral Govern- 
ment wai e^ttablisbed, and that it rested with 
the United Slates to determine whether 
they would and could by war, compel thej 
seceding States to repair the breach, ori 
whether the act by which they severed | 
their political relations witb us should be 
ateected to, and a peaceful sej^araiioo per- 
mitted, In the hope that past memories and 
tbe ties of blood and marria's, with con- 
tinued commercial intercourse, might in a 
few years resto.'e thoio seven States to tho 
Uciioti; similar ii.iluences having at tbe 
origin of the Ooveromeiit induced North 
Cxrolina and Rhode Island, after a veer's 
delay, to become members of tbe Union, 
thou){h the former had in the first instance 
rcjeotad t«a OooatiMtioa. aod tbe latter had 
roiased to bo rapraaaotad io tba Oooveo- 
lion. 

I may be pardoned here fur quoti::g a 
short extract from a speech I made on the 
"condition of the country," in March, 1861, 
ss illustrative of my apiaiona before tbe 
swurd l:ad been drawn: 

"Zoa may attempt by war to keep the 
Slatea aoiud»-Ho ra«tora tba Uoitto— bat 
thaatMmptwIU bafiottla.. Oooeiiialim and 
coneeasion may reasitaos; var never! The 
powar msy be exer o leed lor the purpose of 
,juoisbmeat and vengeance. It may be ex- 
i ercised il you propose to conquer the secod- 
ing Sutes, and reduce the nation into a con- 
solidated nation; but if your intention be to 
maiotdn the Government which your an- 
ceatora founded— that is, a common Guv- 
aroment over eaparsta, 'independent oora- 
monitioe war boo oorar affaet ooeh ma ia- 
laattOB.** ■ *   

I preferred tbaa paaeefnl aeparation to 
civil war as the lesser evil, bot the Admio- 
(ration and the dom inant party decided to 
rosorc to an enforcemeut of the laws by tbe 
coercion of arms, as against an insurrection. 
Civil war has since raged, and its events 
and consequences have strengthened my 
convictions that the prosperity of my aoao- 
try and the happioesaaod morab of the peo- 
ple can not be pronotad by ita ooBtiouance. 
To tbeae viewa an -ovafwhelmisg majc^rity 
of Congress ia opposed, and, so far 'as the 
elections of the pa; t year etio be acoepced as 
evidence of public sentiment, that majority 
is sustained by the people. It is true that 



brilliunt and distinguished advocate 

"They are tbe first weapons yonng op- 
pression learns to handle; weapons tbe more 
odious since, tbot%h larbed ahd poisoned, 
neitbar etrecgth nqCgj i o g o J t: | W B ipi| r y to 
wield thorn." -.- - 

With a firm eonvlotloo thAt-yoBr deel- 
aloa inflicts a rital wound opoo frav repre- 
sentative government, I can not, by con- 
tinning to hold the seat I now occupy un- 
der it, give my personal assent and sanction 
to its propriety. To do so I must forfeit 
my own self-respect and sacrifice my clear 
convictions of duty for the sake merely of 
retaining •high tnut sod station with its 
amoiomaota. Thai will X never do, but, 
rBtiripg.iBto prirato Itfa, ^all awaits I Uoatj 
with aalmiiees and firmBOss thongh certainly 
with deepondency, the further progress of a 
war whicb it is apparent to my vision will 
in its continuance subvert Republican insti- 
I tutioos and sever the Federal Union into 
many arbitrary Governments. 

Among these, wars for dominion will 
arise and oootinns until, from exh'austion, 
the diffitrent divisions subside into separate 
nationalities, leaviag not the vestige of a 
repablio remaioiog. If tbe lessoos of his- 
tory be BOt deceptiva .aad .valaeloM, aooby 
will ba tho ineviubla raaolt -of peotraeted 
w«r; for a single centralised Oovernmeot 
ever so vast a territory, inhabited by so in- 
telligent and energetic a people, could it ba 
organized through military genius aod pow- 
er, and be successful for the hour, woo!d 
uot outlive the generatioa in whicb it was 
established. 

I close these remarks with the laognaga 
io whicb a hiatoriao of the Conititntion so 
.eloquently portrays the univeraAl aeotiment 
of Iba AmericAO people (slas! now changed 
now) at tbe time of its adoption, and the 
great otgeot they iatended to aoeomplisb 
in thus cemeotiog mora firmly a FaiAoral 
Union: 

•'Th'^y beheld that republican and constitn- 
lionul liberty uhioli wiili all that it oompreheodt 
anaail it be.- tow.-4 wus not only altogether lovely 
in their ey& !, but without which tberaconid be 
no peace, no aooiai onler.no trAoqnillity,aad Bo 
aaGrty-for them and tlieir po»t«rity. 
^ .**lbia liberty tttey Knew must b« preserved. — 
loved it with a passionate devotion. Tbey bad 
been trained for it through a long and exbau.'ting 
war. Their hul)i:^4 of tliouz'.it and action, llioir 
cherished principloi, tneir hopes, their life as a 
pe  rle, vjra all ujonJ up in it; and thoy knew 
that if liiex bofforcd il to ba loat there would re 
main tor them notbiog bnt a Iierittige of slwme. 
and ages of confusion,, strife an l aorrow." 



From the Lonisvllle Journal. 
THE TOBACCO, F \ I K. 
The Praialaiia'B^sir^'iyiaiS'o Fair 
which is Io be held in this city on Wed- 
oeaday, Jane 1» hf» tiMD arrapgad. The 
pKamiaata wilVte^iAdTiB gi^^id iwa as 
folt&wi: 



new questions have arisen in the progress of | -reenbicks— without 
war as to its mode of conduct and object, 
and have proiluced' conflict of opioioo 
among tba iieople. 

Butoa tbo question of peace— even by 
temporary aeparation if essential— tbe Dem- 
oeratiO^rq^vfrltb which I have been con- 
nected is dii'ided, aud many of its leading 
and most iofloeotiat adherents indulge in 
the visionary idea tba*. a common Govern- [ 
mem, baaed on 'the consent of the governed,' | p._^\,\ 
over separate political communities, with 
divers fiid habits, manners, customs and in- 
stitutions, can restored and maintained 
by the sword, without toe abandomeot of a 
Federal and it* con-versioa iato an imperial 
aad oeatraiiaad Oovaroment.. ■ So thbugiit 
not the President of-tha United Sutes, or 
the Secretary of State on the IQUh of April, 
1861, before war bad begun.aod to my mind 
such an idea is a daloiioo sod » mfra ebi* 
mera. 

I have also the fixed opinion and belief 
that tiie life of a n-^lion depends upon the 
preservatioo of its liberties, snd not upon 
the ext*n.t,of its dominion. Stan.ltng, 
therefore, almoet alobe in this Ijody. I have 
lost the hope that 1 can longer ho of service 
to my country or my State. Neye# an am- 
bitious man, the passion of aml itioo h«3 with 
the advance of life Bf» dimished that I pre- 
fer tbe repose of private life to the embit- 
tered oontes'B of the political arena ioihese 
tempeslunns tiroes. 

I have lived to see the elective franchise 
trodden under foot In my native State by 
tho J^on.beel of the soMier., and 'Qrder No. 
SS.^BOt lhe people of.Delaware^ ^ 
in one hall of Cimgress. . I hav(f iivente sea 
hef ritixeng torn from their homes'and Sep 
arated frnm their families on the warrant of 
a self-stvled detective, without any obirga 



Bean JBackett on Oreenbiiek^. 

'Money makes tho mare go.' Speaking 
of mooey' do you know that the color of 
the national currency is suogestive of pea 
time? I'm afraid ef greenbacks. My 
mother used to spank me in the spring time 
for eating green apples, and SAid if I did not 
quit aa^tTog flo maeb '^sinff It would 
kill the.' I ^ish those politicians who teed 
and grow fat at the pnblio crib would eat 
so maeh of tb^ 'green sfolT* that It woii!d 
make them everlastingly sick. 

Groenbicks ara tho root of all evil. Tbey 
are mak: n;r war on shinplasters that wiil 
eventually bring interminable annoyances. 
And tbey ara iocreasiog their forces cou- 
Ktantly. With every additional ca'.l for 
volunteers, there comes an additional flood 

calling. And the 
prices of all the luxuries and comforts, that 
^e ooBDtry affords are so niiXsd'a'pifisd dis- 
ordered, that, frequently after yOu liave 
pa.tibsSad an article, it is im'possitBIa to 
tell bow much you have piid for it. I cud 
gelled my brain for six mouths to find out 
what I bad paid for a fine coat, and finally 
I ascertained through a considerable, who 
is a particulaa frietid of mine, that I hadn't 
fur it all. Such ara greenbacks. 
Prices are constantly- adTfeoeing. Every 
thing is advancing, except our army. All 
kinds of goods are going op— groceries and 
provisktns, wbfeky 'and tobaoeb, rernta- nnd 
furniture, b Vol8 and shoet, coats affl)' dres- 
ses, fuel and Ore-wood, and coal, and sala- 
ries, and gold — everything is rising, and 
even Chicago river, Infected bv the popular 
epidemic, has been rising for three'days. 

Well, let them come. Let the Secretary 
of the Treasury cover the Uuited States 
with greenbacks two feet deep if he chooses. 
They; wtii' remind HA of other days — of 
grMB ft»1d» and ' ardanf pastures, and ai! 
that sort'sf things, and Vs can dream of 
spring time all the year. There' will be 
plenty of greenbacks when you aod I are 
gone, unless, in a few years, little politi- 
eians shall monopolize all the cross-roads 
and hallow repudiation from one end of the 
universe to the other. Let us honor green- 
iMoka, and keep tbina green in our memory 
forever.— CAwa^o Poit. 



Best faolrsbead mannfactured leaf $50 00 

Seaond bent do do (85 OQ 

Third best do do IS 00 

Best hogshead shipping leaf ■■ -.../a^l 00 00 
Second best do do g5 00 

Third best dl do ° 15 09 

Best hofrsbead shipping leaf 60 00 

Second best do do S5 00 

Third best do do 15 00 

Best bojrshead cutting leaf 50 00 

Second l est do do s.3 00 

Third iMSt do do 15 00 

Boft boaNbead ^gav leaf. 50 00 

Second bM do do- S5 00 

Third best do do 15 00 

To tbs lady who enter toe best hogshead 
leaf without regard to cla-sifiianoa, a 
coffee and tea set. given by the Louis- 
ville Hotel, valued at 125 00 
To the owner of the bef t ten hogsheads 
leaf, aplated-silver coffdeaet. teti-a-teta 
and eastor, rained at 1S6 00 
To Vwners of Meond best tsn l:d £i leaf 2. ,00 
do third do, do do SO.OO 
To owners of best five b ?gsheads leaf, a 
plated ucffeesst, given by tbe National 
Uot«l, valued at 100 00 
To owner of second best five hdds loaf 25 00 
do third do do do SO 00 
To owner of t e8t three hogsheads leaf 80 00 
do eeeond beat three Mdm leaf 
do third do do do 
To owner of handsomest leaf 

Tbe proprietors of the various 



WaahlngtOft'a Hattlsa. 
Geoeral Washlngioo. was "at Trecton 
people of.Delaw«rei^rftpro^ntai{ |» December 95, 1777,; wiriohi b* wani-Msaeo 

and at Prinoatnn, JoBoary fi, 1777. which 
he likewise won; hiii third waa at ^Srandy- 
wine, Siptemher 11. 1777, in-whiOh he was 
t defeated by General Howe; hia fourth wa-  



KtM^eb In my l elief a dangeroas praoadent. 

is obfigalory to tbe extent of tMHi^ the 
oath, as I h«va already held tbe aeat for 
nearly one year sinee my re-»lection. 

Sir, I admit that I covet th« opprobation 
of the good, the wise and ibe refiscimg. and 
would not willingly #nbje 't mv^-elf to their 
ocDsnre or reai^onable t-nspic'on m^ to my 
rootivaa of actiop; thongh I am utterly in- 
difttr^P* tO: Umm calomiiioae, groBndlei * 
aad^viadieita/a altaeka to which a vary m*n 
in. prib ia.lUa. even in lo*« axoitad-timaa, is 
sni^eetad by para ^al maUvitlenca or p6nt 
iearl hostility. Bot thoosb J desire such 
appobation. I have never made either opin- 
ion or popnla'iiy my stanr'ani of action, bu' 
my own sense of right and duty; and I owe 1 
a respect to my own sincere convictions of 
public doty which I will never sacriflee.— 
Many of yoa ara aware that before oivil war 
I i»pi y mi i l ^ ^«NJi C Bii rt iiUly any oiawa.as 
kaafewoMMa mttimmtwkidt I tbooght tba 
welfard and pro#pei ^ of the wbola cooo- 



i pxpresip.l on* its faca, aod without any 1 
j knawn aecnser; nnd then, witboot hearing 
! nr trial, these citiaans Lanished from their 
Stats, beyond th^ protection of the laws, 1 
into a State io whieh .the iawsof ibaUaitad 
SmM Ava noe^ aaitbar eoforead nor ea- 
UimMn io ^ .SMta.«r Delaware f 

the   arrB bav« baog^ alwaya opan^ and at i 
nn period hue thisrraaBMd ti»a aatotrlanee 
of a eonapiracr or enmbinatloQi W v^wefc ibe 
authority of the United Stateo. Sooh an j 
allegation is a gross calumny, and utterly j 
ilTouodleM, oome from from what source it j era 



at Garmantown. October 4. 1777, whore ha 
was also defeated by lIo ve altar a desper- 
ate eng'ignm-'ni; his filth v7as at Monmouth. 
JuneSS. 1773. in wh'cb he waa victorioas; 
and the sixth and closios hettia of the R«v 
« lati»n' ansa fought at York«o.wn, October, 
is. )7«ll. fa wbi*h ha dslnaiaaff vietorious 
by capHiriDf Gaoarai Oornw»:tia, with »ll 
1 :aarmy« nO'Mbering 7.5(X  mao/^  I« atfm- 
ming np we fi id that ha «raB vtOlorioaa 'to 
four battles and defeated in two. In the' 
two batilea in which he was defeated Gen- 
iiowe commanded the Britiah. and 



WashTogten's troops were very infer or in 
number to those of the British comm^odsr. 



try ri-qntred after" the secessitm of seven 

States. Tiio-e views diPf-'rcd f'-im thr- 



may. • 

And oowj Mr. Presidsot, the Ssnate of 
tbe United States have, by their decision 
aaforting an MEpo^etory ^nd ratroapeotiva 
teat oath. r«pmp ^ tb both tbo letter oad 
the spirit of the Oonstltntion. mada o^pfb* 
cedent which, i« toy Judgment, i« amioani- 
ly dangerous, if not entirely subversive off a 
lundaroeotal principle of reiiresentaVive 
xovernmeot. Under these circumstances, 
with my consiructian of tbe Constitntii)n, 
bavins held tbe seat. I am bound to submit 
to ^ Mkr ludifcial d^cii'iohi aa tSv tha^ validity 

oftbe aeiof Juiyi1§83;Whaae^b«ro«»ret*'^ in « feaufqj.pass 
takeij the ouh it ^^roscTibes. ^tt^«ja»4BM|W»ta tO: »«PP^- Fremont or CI 
doubt that the pri-ce lent i.rfw ms^^W']^* iB*m*aaij^h#rom 4ba imhecilny and 

foil.  rtre'1, and vel I regard all tc«t oitHf- tl« 



ooataa put«ia«i •ubsequeoii y by the Ad- 1 uaalMS «Q«i d^oralizitig wU  ot vfitpUtS'" \ 4if»$titutm*t 



Straws S'oow how tho WindSlowa. 
^nator Divis.of K^ntuoky. is ahonovt ss 
hot ia tba aeii»aaT4diaal« in bia qppQaitinn 
4n &aeain. . Tn a meai k H 9fA la the. JJ. 
S .Seeata, ba declared tbe lil»-ltlo (ii«f the 
nation required aM^Kuod Uaioo mao tnaoita 
to beat L^nC'^ln, a d in th'-n spirit ha toit 
toil/mg to utile on FilEMOST or CHA^J-: 
for ha behoved vhom 10 be candiil men and 
they acted iu opaa sunshine. Truly things 
« ben Senator Davis 
Chase, as 
., e»»r'np- 

ti»o «f«iM^pcaaaat adaiahitralteafi-'iSieitfi 



so 00 
lo 00 
10 00 
Louis- 
ville warehouses will receive aod store 
away any tobacco intended for this exhi- 
bition, the entry fee on each hogshead be- 
ing three dollars, which can be paid on tbe 
morniog of the exhibition. The ware- 
housts, to prevent all disappointment, have 
notified the public that no sales will be 
made at any of the booses on Monday and 
Tuesday preceding tbe fair, and the sales on 
Saturday wtil.ba. limited to fifty hogsheads 
at each bouOe, while Wednesday, Thurs- 
day, and Friday will be allotted to selling 
the premium tobacco. As it is anticipated 
that tbe amount of tobacco at the exhibi- 
bilion will be very large, it is indespeusable 
that the following rules should be strictly 
adopted in order to prevent coofusion: 

Ist. Upon both ends of each hogshead 
the name of the owner must be distinctly 
marked, as also the date for which it is in- 
tended, thus: 'Cutting,*^ tShippiog,' 'La- 
diinr Ciass.' 'Cigar,* 'Ten iBost Ho^eads,' 
■Five Best Hogsheads,* 'Tbrea Bisst Hogs- 
beads,' and 'Manufacturing.* 

2J. Tbe Tobacco should ha ii&f^ M^ard 
as early io May as possible. 

31. Each hogshead to weigh Dot less than 
9000 pounds, aod we would suggest that it 
shouldBot wol^ mora tbaa l.'tOQf fiMwds 
net. • V • : 

4th^ ;ll!be eaft shonldbaaabetactiai, we!! 
hooped, and of thoroughly aaasoned timitier.' 

5tb. Tba classes for 'Fira fiiest,' and 
•Tbree Bent Hpgsbaads.' -are open to Ten- 
nessee, Ulinois, and Indiana. the oth  r 
classes 4|a^ !pa||«Bil9,'M»# Srowth of Ken- 
tucky. 

6tb. No hogshead can take more than 
one premium; the 'Best Prized' class, how- 
ever, ia un ezfieption to this rule; this class, 
is intoBdad y a y in yrf at  t aud qS course is 
opeata,airagrfB^aot9eltjt b«g*lMa4-oa exhi- 
bition. 

7th. Kbno other than the growth .of 1863 
can compete for these premiums. . 

It seems to be the general impression that 
this exhibition *ill greatly exceed in inter- 
est and io the quantity of the stable exhib- 
ited, all the pruceding fairs held under tbe 
auspices of the Kentucky Stale Agricultu- 
ral Society. It will attract a lari^e number 
of purchasers from all paru of tbe country, 
and tbe tobacco sold will unquestionably 
bring the very higlieat prices. lu the next 
seven weeks we expect our planters to be 
very busy io sending forward their choicest 
bogabeads for competition. 

JoBif M onoASi's ^ (I0B3B.— The Columbia 
South CaroUnian says 'that shortly aftor ther 
arrival of John Morgan in the Gimfedei'acy 
from bis Northern prison, Benjamin Mor- 
decai. Esq , of that cif.y, authorized him to 
purchase, without regard to cost, the finest 
horse he could find in the country A let- 
ter has just been received in reply, which, 
announces tbe purchase, and tbe intention 
of the ga llant soldier to ride the animal 00 
the oext expedition. We iearq from an- 
other aoiifos thifl;^' the aforesaid expedition 
promiser'folie oi)e of the boldest yet at  
tempted, and that, if stioCtssfa!, ft- «rilt Iw 
productive of great good to our cause. 

It is said at an interview ot Maximilian 
with Ljuis Napoleon, the latter ..aid: ''You 
are going to a ccuntry that is 'one lump of 
silver.' " Their eyes glistened, and they 
parted . 

While recently engaged in splitting wood 
Jon»s struck a false blow, causing the stick 
to flv up. It struck him on the jiw, ar.d 
kaopked out a front tooth. "Ay." said Bill 
meeting him soon after, you' ve bad a den- 
tal opeiratioD oerformed, I see." "Yes," ra- 
plied th»a i»g. tar. •«^«^ta .'-  : 

' ' ' juab. " 

An Infant on ita mother's bra^, 

A boanzing boy at clay, 
A yotith by maiion fair oiresaed, 
A stalwart roan with care opt^mastd, 
- iAa old maa silvery gr sy.a«t .   
-.Is aUof life we know. ' 
A Mkilk. a tacr, 
A joy, a fear, 
Aod aU ia o'er bslowl * 



It iaiaid that oadar the prMoat shoddy 
rule crime has increafad foriy-iva p*' ••"t.. 
over tbe old dars. befon» so aiSny of the en- 

lightened sons of N«w Boijiaod took poo- 
sessiuc of 03 —Western g xchaoge. 

fall into had company Wher»-to«rtalk ref» 
into party, scandal. folly, or vice of any khid 
van bad better pass for morose or unsocial 
among people whose good opinion is not 
worth having, than shock your own cm- 
seieoca by j dnio^; to convera^tioQ which 
yoaih*i  i H si rj i pk aaa of. 



At last tba Abolftion pspers, alanaed at 
the rapid dei reo!ation of the currency, call 
loudly for taxatioo, The war has beeo" 
carried on thus far by "due bills," and Mr. 
Chsse has evidentlv about reached the timlf 
in that direction. Nothing will aotwor tba" 
purposes but taxatioo— tboroogh , ee&flMa 
taxatioo— tsxes open evarthiog Waoaa.hoat;^^ 
teste, or smell— taxes upon light aod looo- 
motion— takes when we lie down and ukaa 
wban wo ait ap*:^«Mf« whoa wa are bora 
aod.tfilicaa when wa dia. This is the only 
poller tetSrtpra anything like pnblio aradlt/ 
iint tbaa. most the people be atrakaoed from 
the fnsahlty that now fiUa their souls?-^ 
Must they be made te realixe that war is r 
severe and expensive business, aod that' 
whether they eount the cost or not, it fol- 
low them like a speetref V^a bate ha^ oi^r 
dance of joy— we have seen the gorgaona 
displays of blue coata aod gilt bhttbaa, wa 
have feted and toaotod^ lha «i«sbMoa» 
Kenerals whom the peopla'a ^ona^ ba# 
lilted out of a deserved obscurity, and now 
—OOw the pay day is eoniing. How little, 
do tba giddy throng Imagine as the eyes of 
thoosands strain at a regiment equipped for' 
the field, that that body of men carry away 
witb them the life blood of tbo very peopla 
who vacantly and stupidly stare at them7f«^ 
Every dollar, every cent it costs to tiM^ 
tbem forth 00 their mission of dattniatioi^ 
must be paid, if paid at all, by tha-«ipaat,' 
toil and very life-blood of the masaot wlHL 
cheer tbem on. 

They have no right, tb^orif. W-«^IB-' 
pIslD of taxes, of high pr1oa«4»raBy kind.— ^ 
Two millions of people witbdrswn from tha 
position of producers of wealth and turned! 
into destroyers of it, must, of necesijitv, re- 
quire large outlays for their support. Every 
man in favor of the war, should cheerfully 
welcome the taxes necessary for ita support.* 
If any can be allowed to grumble, it is only 
those who have condemned the entire war 
policy from the beginning. Wa notiea, how- 
ever, a disposition in pertain "DamoMai^ 
war'' journals, to growl abodt tha War Vf- 
penses, while at the same time urging on' 
the giving of more men and more mojbey. 
Do those editora suppose that , war caa be' 
carried on without paying for it? The sim- 
ple truth is, DO nation has ever had such' 
immense armies as we have, and ft ia BOff 
astounding that tho debt is enormons.-^- 
There ara, therefore, bot two alternatiiratf 
before us, taxation or repudiation. CongiOMr 
1ia  at last, under the spur of the Abolition 
journals, brought forward a tax bill, tha 
principal features of which We give in an- 
other column. It will be seen that nothing 
is to escape the scrutiny of the tax gatherer. 
Tbe fjw articles heretofore exempted ara 
now ioclnddd, and there is do possibility ^ 
turning around without encountering a ta^. 
This is tbe only remedy for downright 
dankmptey. The peopla wih be fiuaod ..to 
Atco it. The fiddling haaboan done. 1^ 
fifer must ba .poMl. The day drtttm  rf 
ffdtitiotiii wealth Momj ' The t^pa'TIty Mcinif* 
and the sooner tbe better.— ^.Day- Awe. 

Pbssastlt.— Never say yon will Aomji- 
tentfy what yonr reason or your conaeia||lea' 
tells you you should do nov. No man ever 
shaped his own destiny, or the destinies of 
others, wisely and well, who dealt much in 
preSenitiea. Look at Nature. If she never 
hurries, she never postpooei. Wheof (bo 
time arrives for tbe buds to Open, they ^pen 
—for the leaves tO fall, they fall. Looknp*. 
ward. The shining worlds Defer pi^t off 
thei^ rising ur their setting. 'Phe ecttnetlf- 
even, erratic as they are, keep (heir appMnt- 
ments, aod eclipses are alwaya punetnil to. 
the minute. There ara no dfelays io any of 
the movenients of the universe which have, 
been predoteimined by tbe absolute fiat of 
the Creator. Man, however, being a free 
agent, can postpone the performance of bis 
dutj^and be does so. too, frequently to his 
own destruction. Tbe drafts drawn by in- 
dolence upon the future are pretty sore (9* 
l c dishonored. Make iu i»' your banker.-^ 
Do not say yon will eeoiidoiiiifa proNlitljv 
foc-praaaatty yon mfty be ba ukmp t y inMliisff 
you will repent or make otoaemantprasaDt- 
iy, for presently you may ba Judged. Biar 
in mind tbe important fact, taught alike by 
the history of nations, nilers. and prirata' 
individuals, that in at least tbinsaBasw OOl' 
of five j rsMn i,y is too lata.; 

It is fnany to hoar 'bcNr thVwhole hoota* 

hold and its visitors talk to the baby. A 
king in former times kept one fool; every 
baby has a doxeo. 

The New OrleaMyfej iw one say^ the oSIef 
idea of the negroMlBM^u noliniited llpaato' 
to do aa Chey please, to avoid wot^^ipwr 

sell liquor to the soldiers. 

Tbe editor of the La Cro8aa(Wis.) Dsm  
oerat says that he recently aaw two little 
girls Bitting in a secluded spot, near the rosd 
side, on their way from Sabbath &bool.— 
The juveniles were playing a gameof 'seven 
up,' to determine whether or nottbey shoold 
attend the evening church servioo. Tha' 
Uosbe! 

Bayard Taylor, in a reosnt lecture, said 
the'E^quinjaox ware afraid to die on a windy 
dav. for fear their sonis would be blown 
away. There are some peoplein th|« 
whoenght to have the samh feOr.-fjPWiyia 
Baratd. , ■ , , frin. ' U n'l 

The following preveolative of hy«Jropha», 
bia is poblishod: Take, immediately, warm, 
vinegsr or tepid water, wash tha wonnd 
eloan therawith. and then dry it; poor thea 
npon the wound a few drops of ittnrlatio aaid. 
Mineral seids destroy tha poison of tha' 
aaliva. by which BMiiBa tiia affaota of 
latter it pan trajifK. , ^ 

Ltee mvia iMF~Wiafa aiMl^ll aal/ tiHt* 
thatnaataatiafarto^ for tha ealoiow l |fbt.' 
h does aeit:ara0k, givaa ^ opod lixht. aod ia 
eoa'er prapiirod. by pitting patll pifOf P'- 
white al^rbla' into a dlaar ira fo« •"••J^** 
open grate. After remaining at -a reiffabat 
for twenty or thirty minntes.it is, afwr ooor- 
iaf,.aa»Uy cut into any dori^ed ob apa. 

In 1852 thfre were 432.411 tona of angar 
need in the Uoited SUtee. Withapopola- 
tion of 86.000 000. this wottM gi»» «tearly 
twaoty-aioo ponnda to .fliA«^irtto,-^^mf 

^^^mmm- ^^^^^ v ^ 



n 






THE BULLETIN. 



IAY8VILLE, MAY 6. i 



t r7j. . . 

(O^Som* radiMl p«pa« are »«y »«ch 
•giUtod bMMm wldiM of the Bight Teo- 
oeaM* broke np • colored ebildrea la Oo- 
lamMa, Teoo^ sod floggod iU colored teaeh - 
«rM th» gn mm A 4ht wMf chHdren. being 
toeble to obtaio the edTanteges of edaee- 
tioD, be iboald not, after doe warning, ex- 
Hod th» prlTlleg* to Htd« B«grow , 

tnembers of tbe nnioa Agricaltnral Society 
foe Mmoo ud BrMkeo «oaoties. held in 
Oef olfW.wi lb«-inlfl«Mid«y ia April, 

1864, the rdlowing persons were elected as 
ofioen of nid society for tbe enaniog year: 

ir.mOOT.PreaideBt. 

W. H. BsTHOLi». l»t Vice Preeident. 
Dr. W. U. BoBCBTSos, 2d Vice President. 
Davis BBoOKS.Sd Vice President. 
Dwteton far Mamm Coumtg. 
P«Biie1 Toremu, /oho B. PreDoh, 
Richard Kirk, Da»id Wood, 

B, D. Owensi B. W. Wood, 

A. Killgore, Thornton NorrU. 

JHtedort for Brmdtm Cotmtp. 
l)r. J. Taylor Bradford, Dr. A H. Pollock, 
Marcus WatOi Dr. C. S. Savage, 

F. Power, W. UcGlaoe, 

A. it. MarklsT. 
tamm A. Kackley, Secretary ^ 
immm Q. Sarage, Treasarer. 

j. A. Kacklet, Seetelary. 

' Qi^Tba bill for tbe pajoaent of colored 
troepi has al Isst beao peasid VjF deogtass. 
^ha ramaoshitioa is $1^ per idooth. 

ff^Tha Marylend Coostitutional Con- 
Tentioo meet at Annapolis ob Wednesday. 
Bighty nein bersqaaliSad by takiag tbe oath 
of ODCODdilioDal loyalty to tbe Kational 
Coostitotion and tbe State of M arylaod.— 
Bixtaaa aaoibaia did bot tapoi*. 

l^roln tbe Soatb*ett w4 leai^ tbat Tckee 

is beicg eVscoated by the Federal troopa.— 
^ha Bebal Oeo.PotK ia also said to be with 
• alroag finamoTiag toward Batea Rooge 



Magaiiinea for May. 



HARPBR*8 HAOAZINB FOB MAt; 
OODET'S LADIES* BOOK «♦ 
Beceived ul 
G. W. BLAIT^'VAN'S 

-^r BOOKBTOR*, 

HayavSlIe, April 28. Sud Street. 



SILVER PLATED WARBI— CASTORS 

SPOUNS, FORKS. TABLE CUTLBBY, 

etc., AT L0WB8T CIxsClNNATI PRICES 
deol7 R. ALBERT, 2d Btreet. 



Special Notloes. 



^VI eC those wbo bare doabi«d the virtuea 
of Bnll^ Cedron Bitters, if any such there b«, read 
tbefoTlowiDi; Certificate from gentlemen well 
known in tbia community, and doubt no more. 

Tta gaoMral lotrodoetioB inw tits army wUI 
save tbe Uvea ef ftoasaada of oar selAsm. 

Louisville, Ky., June 8d, 1868. 
We, the underaigned, have seen ttie good ef- 
fecU produced by the nae of Dr. John BuU'a 
Cedron Bitters in caas of general debility and 
proatration of the sgrstMi, aod bsOsTe iU general 
nae would prevent dJssase aad laUeve maoh snf- 
fering. Among our soldiers partionlarly wonid 
this bs the caae, especially tbosa who are ezpceod 
to miasmatic influence.'^ in the Southern climate. 
Maj. Philip Speed, Col. Int. Kev. 8d Dist. Ky. 
CbM. Bi Cotton, Cal. POrtpf LoaisrUle, Ky, 
OoU K. IVat, ProT. MsMmI fil a*l of Ky. 
Bev D P Henderson; yMPNa.8aai«lf!jr CoBl. 
Harney, llnghea & Co., Pebliabera, Democrat. 
^/Beo. P. Doeru, Prop. Louisville Aiizeigor. 

Hngbas dk Parkbill Wbolssale Dry Ooods 
I ealerB. Maia St. Loats^Ulai Ky. 

Davis, Qreen  ft Co. Wholesale 8hM Pialst^ 
Msin St. Louisville, Ky. 

Mart & Mapotbcr, Lithographers, oofMr of 
Market aod Xbifd Sta. Louis ville, Ky. 

g^ias Wla«v,dfai«ijlag MairdMat, monmt af 
Third and Market Sbb- LoaiaviUe, Ky. 
Capt.S.V. HiIdretb,or8teamerMaJ. Anderson 
Uaj. L. T.Thuslen, Paymaster U. 8. Army. 
C. M.Mctcalf, Nutional Hotel, Louisville. 
Col. Ju-'at: Uaylas,4lh Ky. Cavalry^ 
Ueorge D. Prentice. Louisville Journal. 
See advertteeBBentHn aoolber eolemn. 
For skle WV «9 * SBd.Jieta4 by SEATOM * 
B KO DKlCK^llQtteille, 1^. 



0::^There is a rtimor to this effect^ that 
6en. Baaks ia t4pi ba socceedsd by Oen. 
Anger; 

O^rTher pAabtatiaBa, arorkad nadar Ifartb - 
ern aaperTiaion, do not seeas to floorish. — 
The Rebels mske an espaaial rsrar agsinsi 
thsfls. Ia ln o | ai aaa tba gaadllaa a«» da^ 
termioed to wofk kavoe wm0og all Mah 
plsotstions^ 

OCT" We bed some doubts that Spring, 
«ritb "leafy bowers.'* "aaare vfoleta," and 
other similar things, woold ever again wake 
the earth to new life aod beauty) but ooe 
day laat waak ail oar glootny doabts aod 
fears Were pleaaaotly dispelled. Let all 
who ahiver 'round some blasiog fire, aod 
sigh for a gHaspee of aoaaathtag bright and 
veroal, peep into our aanctam, and look at 
a moat beaatifol Bouquet, pretfenied by Mrs 



DESIRABLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE!!! 

OFFER FOB SALE MY BKICK KESI- 
DEMCE. eitnated oo the bill kide ia Ma a- 
ville, Ky. The house contains nine rooms, be- 
»idei4 Ki'chcn. Pantry and Cellar. Therein up 
the lot a Dairy and brick Stable. The lot is 
large, having upon it abont One hundred bear- 
ing Fruit Trees and Vines of tbe finest quality. 
Alao^eli eat ia 8brabba» and Flovera» Rain 
and w ell Water abaadaat aariM tlie entire year . 

It is altogether a veryderirsble l r mi and will 
be sola for Ureeubacin, BBUeh iesa than itcott in 
Gold. Enquire of .T()9. F. BKODKlCiL 
N. B. Avt liable for City K.iilroad debt. 
Maysvill«i Ky., May 5, l-'34-tf 



of 



VE HAVE JUST RKCBIYED. AND 
ahali liereefler keep eoneCaatly kaad a 
supply ltlHM B8 * ▼CBIIEB8 Celekr«t«« 
ic, ia Hah BMs. aad Bottlaa. 



april 2*-3t 



r« I. dk J. g.. PBAK€B, 

Sole AcrrntK, 

Pntlon St., MnjKville, Ky. 



REMOVAL ! 

i'T^HE Undersigned would rffpectfuHy an • 
A nounce "to the Cilizon* of Muysville and 
, the anrroundieg Country, that they will 
jOa iMONOAY nexmiie Snd dnyofMay, 

I Open their NEW STORE on Sezond Street, the 
j eaiinj loiiiierly occupied by Mackey A Wood as 
la Dni^ ^tore. and n^xt door to Mexsre. -Mnllins 
&. limit, wlicru tlii-y will be prepared toaiww a 

Niiw, Larpe au l Klujfant Stocic of 

OiHo Datib. Oar koawladga of Flora is so PrV Q-QOdS and CarpBts! 

limited that we can not tell our fair reader. , g^j.^i,,^ ^,,,,^1,1 an.l upt.roaclm.K s.as..,,. 

the names by which these lovely gems are I Thanl.tnl tor Iho l.beral patronat;c heretot'oru 

^wu,m.w, »jl mmm tltat tttmm  M I be i  w';'l u[ on tliuin, they hopc by adhering to 

kaawB, aad esn only say tbat tbey ara ex- | ^,,^5^ U^trict iMiegnir, Good 

quisite, and roost tasteTally arranged. Mrs. GootfM, aad Terns!* C  itb«** to merit a cOn- 

rk _tii _i— « _-.~..-» »v-.,i.- I tinnatloo and increase of tbe sanle. 

u. 1 '^.l ^ warmest thsnk. rjckbtts. WEMfl dk OO. 

for Imt kind gift. 

A ¥m (^VOB FOB AH iHTCSraSllT. — 
llr. J. F. Bbodkick, sdvertises bis city res- 
ideace for sals ia to-d«y 's issoe. Tbe prop- 
arty ia well insproTed, aad looated ia a 



beautiful portioa ot lb* eltf.. 
tisement. 



Stf» Advar- 



0:^Tbe Oovemtneot hss received a 
spacisl dispatch from Fortress Monroe that 
Beauregard's army has passed tbroogb Pe- 
tersburg, on its way to Richmond. Itsonm- 
bara aia astbaated at from IS.OOOte aO^OOO. 



Uaysville, April 2Sth, IS'U-lnl. 

WATCHES. CLOCKS 

SILVER WARE!!! 

UST RKOEIVED A LARGE STOCK 
mm:  ;ui.n watches ani) 

AIko, a large 



09*It la rapoftad that Ctooaral Polk is at 

Camp More, ninety miles from New Or- 
laaD% with 15.000 20.000 troops, to move 
•D Port Hadsoa or Baton iiooga. 

Oi^Tba Soa tb ar n Oovafoaiaat haa taken 
| otsessiOB of all the railroada in tba Bovth 

lot the cext sixty days. 

ft^La^'g rof«a is astimatai at IQO.OOO 
men. 

Oi^It is reported tbat Osnara) Baaka is 
to ba aapereeeded by Geffaral Aegar  

O^^A dog in Boston has beeti named 
Qnota becaote he never seems to be full. 

The sutlers in tbe Potomao army 
■sake §50 profit on a banal of aider. 

(KTTbe Paris potic^'ra ports say tbat da- 
ring the past year over ton thousand dead 
Mwiy born infants bsTa been detected at 
Aa graMngs of tba ioBaaaaas risarvoir iato 
^riUob tba aawera empty their aoataota. 

A short tima einee a Boeton paper eem« 
peoy tbreahed IS.OOO pounds of clean sand 
from sixty bales of raga imported frotn- 
Egyp'i heieg 22 per cect. of the whole 
weight. Tbe rags were taken from mum- 
■liaa la tlia eatacomba, aod the aand was 
•Ntod la bf Iba Igrptlae abafpata U li 
ivaigbt. 



3 ot mm:  ;olo watches ani) 

J EW ELK Y of the latest slyks 
ai-THorlment of CLOCKS, 

BILYER WARE, PLATED WARE 
* Aim FAHCX OOODB. 

^-A large Stock of MATEBIAL to accom- 
modate tlie uade. 

E^JEWSlArdkSILyJCBWABB made to 
Order. 

^-A good Watchmaker and Jawelsr wanted 

and aSo an Apprentiee. 

Cash Paid Ibr ddifhriila aad Old 

Silver. _ _ „„„^^ 

C. F. DUFEU, 

Kext door to Minor'« Shoe Store. 

WaysTiiie, Ky., April S8th, 1864^ 



w 



Noliee to Farmers ! 

B ARE NOW MANUFACTURING 
at onr Foundry, oer celebrated 

SUOAR CAKfi VattXJ^ 

Which we warrant to surpass any now ia use. — 
Givenaaeall and examine our Mill, an we are 
confident it will give sati^'lacticn. 

JAMES JACOBS  ft SON, 
april Sl-lm* JiAxeTicu JTovitdbt. 

■ INTERIOR 

ADORNMENTS! 

Jinr B csivB  A CToicB aiperioN 
of aew aad daairaUa alylas wf 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

fVoa tlM riab snd ornate to the moot obaateand 
I simple patterns, appropriate for Parlors, 
Halls, DininK-Rooma and Chambers. 

FIRE BOARD PRINTS — new designs; 

WIi\DOW SHADES, 

I of any required at; le or nire, on hand or made 
to order. 



Ib Oraat Britain. 



CHEAP LAM P81— aOOCOALOIIi 
i^AMPS OF EVERT SIZE AND 8TTLB 
A r FROM 5C. CE.\TS TO »6. CHIM- 
NEYS. SHADES. WICKg,*te.,at 

decl7 R.ALBBBT»Sid 



\m tba 9witad BMm, aad aa»«MW 

OVAL riCTIIM FMUKSg 

riCTUKK COKD * TABSSUa, aad all tbe 

trimntingd I'cr t'ramee. 

FRAMING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE! 

The above Uooda are all new and will be sold 
cheaper than ever before sold in (bis eit 

I^TA call ia solicited from p 
nvehasa tba above gsods. 

J.  ». *  ^ 8- Roe« %. 
BooasBunsj^ 
Marsviile, Ky., Apdl Sl,18ejL. 



GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. 

W.L.&J.L.PEARPE 
Wholesale Groeers 



COMMISSIOK MERCHANTS, 

BUTTON sr., (ma*ak Lt* JBbHsr) 

J4A YeVifc.t.E, XY. 

Onf pmooftl sttoftfton viUbafVba 
to Receiving ft Forwardag ill Qtoil 
consigned to onr eare. 

All orders tmt u$ Jiatt heJOM iH tarn* 
wuumer, toith re/ereneetojmati^a»4gtumtitlf, 
as if the purUm gmrtkuimt vara fmrttmdBn 
present. 

Below will be fonnd an enumeration of acme 
of tbeaitlclsa iaelBded laoaratocl^wUsb we 
9am tatbatwidalair fcr CbA at "Osatry Tto- 



t4 Hbds. Choice K. O. Sngar; 

8 Hhda. Prime N. O. Sugar; 
•O Bbls. LoTsring'fe BeftsedSngais; 
tm - Oaabsd . da; 
tg " Pnlverlzed da; 
Ig •* A.Coffee 
gg Bags Choice Rio Coftia; , 
M " Prime Rio CofliM; 
gg Pbekagea Ooldao Syrup, ia Half Bbls. 

aad 10gal.K«it 
1« Bbla. Hew Crop IT. ii. Malaaaaa; 
M Paokages Mackerel, in Bbla,Hf« Bbta, 

Qr. Bbls. and Kits; 
85 Hf. CheaU Choice OnnpO«t«r1ba{ 
5 "■ " Black Tea; 

SO OroBH Fine Cot Chewing Tobacoo; 

Obeico Smoking Tobacco, in Haif Poaad 
and 6 Pound Packages; 

gSCMdiea Choice Chewing Tob aeco; 

M ftrtia Cliewing f oltaeoo; 

aoi.000 Cigara, assorted braada; 

T 5,000 White and Buff Envelopsa; 

Cap, Note and Letter Paper; 

600 Boxes Sardlnea,halvea aod quarters; 

8S Doz. Cove and Spiced Oysteia, in 1 A 
2 Ibe. Cans; 

ggSBaskaU Chuapalgna Wine; 

IS Bozee Native Wlnee; 

Cboice Old Etonrboa Whiaky» in 
Barrels and Bottlea; 

Common Whisky; 

Rectified Whisker; 

Freaeh Braa4y;«la;€Miiger Wiae; 
Kaisin! ; Fi^s; Almonds; Bncketa; Taba, ia Bests* 
Wrapping l'ai«r; Fancy, Toilst snd Bai Soaps; 
Washboards; Brooms; Cordage; Matches; Spices; 
Star and Tallow Candlea; Cheese; Crac';cr! ; 
8liot;etB. We invite tbe attention of Country 
Mercliaata particularly to oar atoek ofgooda. 

We rsepeetlblly eolidt tlie orders of tlis trade 
gaaarally, proroiMngeatisfaction In all cases. 

W. L & J. L PE ARCE, 

Nca. 18 4k 1» Sattoa St., (opp. Lee Hoase) 
Mareb SA. 18M. MA TS VILLE, Kj, . 



J.B.DESSAR&CO. 

Have Received 

AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK Of 
Spring and Summer 

CLOTHINO; 

mmm m piece goods;, 

Oomp os e A of 

Fine Cloth CoatS, 

Beautiful sack Coats, 

tat0 Style CacMHSMM CoMta^ 

Vests of «dl descriptions, 
Pantaloons^ a la mode, 

Frenejbir^ke Siilrts, 
Domestic OdssiiBCKrOa, 

BLUE MILITARY CWTHS, 

HATS « CAPS, 



&C &C. ^ 

MANUFACTURED BY THEM 

Espresaly for this Market, 

WHHm THSY PSOrOSB TO SELL AT THE 

E^uteni M«Hifietar«ni PRICES ! 

Buyers will find it profitable to give 
them a call. 

MayswUle Ky., IVtb 186«. 



J. B. DESSAR & CO. 

BTILI.GdllTlNU&TO MAKE UP 



O^rSiztMa vaMala a^agad ia tha aaal 
fisheries hsTa baa« baTka lb* aoMfrof Vav- 

foandland. 

fjteoKSk  7h|"f. Olaaa smd Qnaauawaral 

I Wsis OineinnaH priess, 



BUOOMS, 



GLQIJiTO STORE! 



OaiSAT WSSIBKN 



Emporium ofFadiion 




WE take pleasnre In inlbrming ear Fatroos 
and the pnblic generally, that ib baTO 
Jost l asiiTa J, aad aiaaontiBaHlg ta raeaiya.froin 
Na^ Tcai,^ BaattMn mai other Ssarxw 
Fpni^ a jrattiJMwaif ahb TAana 



GMTLEHEN'S EEiDT-HADE 
CLOTHING; 



Of the vaiylataat 

Dress C^muu 

Basiness CoatB. 

Promenade Coats, 
Pants and Tests, 

Of all styles and descriptions, all of which we 
will dlvoaaoTat tha nowas* Xsstsm prieea. 

We have paid the moat palticnlar PERSONAL 
ATTENTION in the aolection of Goods for our 

MERCHANT TAILORING 

DEPARTMENT, 

And have purchased only the MOST CHOICE 
and FASHIONABLE kinds and Styles. Hav- 
ing made and EXTENSIVE ADDITION to thie 
branch of our businebs, we have now the best 
FACILITIES to MaaoliMtnre to Oidar, at the 
SHORTEST KOTICS. Oar edebvated and ex- 
perienced Cotter, JERRY F. YOUNG, will 
eaperintend the getting up of all work in the 
Merchant Tailoring Line, by experienced work- 
men ONLY. The Stock conaistu of the fluest 

Foreign and Domestic Cloths; 

French and English Cashmeres; 
Silks, Satins & Cashmeres for Vest- 
ings. 

Mr. TOUNO has also procnred Oenio's, C. 



Onr Stoekof 

6£i\TL£MEIV'S FLRNISHING GOODS! 

Comprfsee all appertaining to • Oentlemanla 
outfit, aad is too aamerou aad Tailed *b men- 



UNOEB THE BOPEBINTENDENCE OF 

Mr. JACX B ItANOORAFr. 

IN THEIR USUAL WELL ENOW^K STYLE 
OF ELEGANCE. AT POPULAB PRKJaS, AND 
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING 

New&Styli8hGoods« 

WHICH WILL NOT FAIL TO FLBASE 
EVEN THE MO&T FASTIDIOUS. 
MajrarUla. Ky^ Masah Ittb, 1—*. 

ATTENTION BL4CKSIfITHS ! 

YOUCHIOCBBNY COAL t ! 

"rWr Beeeived; ea eomi&iBsion, a load of Pore 
cf zbaiddocaeBy Coal. 

• - ' CHARLES Plli^SB. 



Hie Cfenntne Fatent 

FRENCH YOKE SHIRT, 

Can begot at onr Stote. 



FOR THE FINEST AND LATEST STYLE 



A FUt2  BUPteY Oir 

Tranlcs, 

Carpet Sacks* 
UlDO|lirellas, &Ce« 

' Alwa^  m hsnd. 



SAVE MONEY! 

LATEST STYLES ! 

WILL raH  IT TO THEIB ADYABTASE 
TO CAIilr AT THE 

Rtl^ GORirfR STORE 



MULLINS * HUNTS 

WHOLESALE 

DRY BQODS STOftE! 

TH E SUBSCRIBERS, LONa BSTAB- 
LISHED in a large retail Dry Goods bnaiqaas 

ial&yaaiH^vaaMeaUtbeattanttoa ordaoa- 

9 

try Merchants to their recent addition of an el- 
tensive Wholesale Department; whieb will be 
eoBdnelad aa a WBIOTLT CASB PBtBCI- 

PLE. 

The nany years of experience possessed by 
onr buyer, combined with a perftet knowledga of 
tha E aa tau h y tnda^ a thoeaagii asinaliHaans 
ik^wiih all the Mannfsetqring and Importing 
Hooassin the Eas^ aad the fact of nr pnr- 
cbssBS being made for "Caah," together irith a 
firm delemaination to asM at a iS—a liatHiMlailuu 
advance on Eastern Cost, will be snfSdent 

gaaiantiesto CLOSE CASH BUYBRS that we 
oawBOt ba nodanold by any WJUTBKB JOB- 

Bnto~HoiniB. 

Onr Stock will be fonnd better adapted to the 
wanta of of onr cnstomera than it is nsual to 
find in tbe gnwraBtr af JOBBIHQ HOinSBS; 
as it will embrace a greater variety o f goods than 
is ordinsrily met with In sn ezclnsive Wholesale 
Establishment. The dopartments slotted to 

AND 

IsT o t i o n 3 , 

Will be at all timea eepeoially attractive aa par^ 
ticnlar atteaffon will be pdd ta them, aad a 

LARGE STOCK 

Keptconstsntly on hand. We wonld itnpress 
npon ipnr fHeads that ia ssafiiq; lis orders tbey 
rosy tsly upon haviac tfteai sMntod to the ftd- 
eetfttentof OBT ability^ 

MULUNS k HUNT 

Cheap Dry Qoods Stoe, 

Snd Street, Mursvlllei Kg* 

MaysTlUe, Ky. Jan. 8, 1863. 

NEW CASS 

HAB DWABE HO USE! 

si;g n bi'g sa w. 

WE Take pleasure in aDDonncing to onr 
old friends and customers, that we have 
again opened a HARDWAKK HOUSE, on 
Second Street, in the lion.~e formerly occupied 
by Mr. H. C. Lloyd, where we will be pleased to 
see any who may favor us with a call. We are 
now in receipt, and will, continue to receive new 
additioBatoanrStoek weekly. We porehaae onr 

foods direct fVom the AMBBICAK MAlHT- 
ACTURERS and FOREIGN AOBBTB for 
Cahr, mod propose to farniah goo is at aslow 
figures ag can be bought We=-t. 

Wo a\6o continue the WHOLESALE BOOT 
&. SHOE BUSINESS and request Merchants to 
looktbrongh onr Stock before buying elsewhere. 



OMAIiltliSg mVUli ia ^ 

WMBTxas * waauaftu VBAuasav 

DRY GOODS, 



siCii&cgMiissioimciiiT. 



±Vis . Ida 

Wed Sseokd Strtd, itUoem Rm$ 4b . 

e I n a I iriT A « t • 6  

iT't Attend to tha Sala bf all kioda fl€ 
PBdD]JCE,aadinafceimBediaMl 
Order* for aajy .d e a artp tioa ef O i es a ri M r i 
l^iOad. 

Bxnas st tsaittmiOK to 



A. W. BnasiBK 
Hon. L. T. MooEx* 



Jons A. K0BIN8011, Eso., QslIipoliStOii 
~ , £8q.,ForianMatl|,o. 
 oRs, fsils«iiliaif,»» 
Capt. W. HorsBXix, " • 

Jmo. N. BraaABDsoH, Xsq., 
D. D. OsiexB. Eiq., 
BoOh MxANs.Esq., AshlandiSy. 



u 



Wh. T. Niobolu, Esq., A^and, Syj 
Wk. L. 08iaaa,BB«., Asalasid.Ky. 
(ixo. WnetB, Bia^ waaaapaMnf, Mti 

E. J.HOOKA0AT, Esq., •* 
Lotis p. Koss, Esq., " 
Cat*. Z.SBiRLst, Loaistms,JEy. ^ 
So*. Tfioa. £. Bramlx^t, iWiWil, jq^* 

^^Will mske libntd advanee 4m Consitai' 
ments of Produce. [inar 8,I804-6M  



ROBERT T. ASmSTR&nO'i 

— wrtH — 

ACTON, clarr: a CO. 

(SuooBssoBs TO ACTON 4 WOODNTT.) 
Importers and Jobbers of 

DRY GOODSi 

103 FeitdWbPtot, Wt. TiaM ftBaM, 

[marS •2moJ C^XcMlf ATI 

»»a»i»«f 



Ma THOMPSOM, 

Umbrella, PuiuMlf 

ADO 

WALKING CANJB 

MABtJFACTORY, 

Vo. Wr TbdA WMvt, 1 «t. 401 * 

CINCiyNATI, O. 
|9~Repairibg promptly attended to. [niaf# 



DUHMB h CO. 

S. W. Cor. 4th and Walnut Street^ 

CINCINNATI, O* 

M! a ilia f a c tiat^er^g 

BetoSl 4ic thwiftaie Dialen in 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 

JEWELRY & SILYERWABE. 

THEY Keep on hand ajaige stock 6/ Cheaf 
Watches, Jobbbjig liatarial, r 



for tbe Trade. . . 

EP^Id Gold and ffilvar be«^ Ibr OMIa 

mareb 8, 18M-ly 



SIGN BIG sxyy. 



MaysTille, &y. 



BUILDING BARD WAKE; 

SADDLERY llARDWAi^E; 

COACH BARDWARE; 
TABLE A POCKET COTLBBY; 

TEA * BBKID TSATS; 
CARPENTERS TOOLS; 

COOPEB8 TOOLS; 
SHOVELS; SPADES & BAKES; 

TBAOB dbOTHmt CHAINS; 
FAIJtBABK SCAI.es to weigb 
TOO poaatfs to 0,000 peaads. 

FIRB P^OOP SAFBB. 
Maysvillo,Ky., March 3, 1864. 

MAC^Y & WOOD. 

WE HAVB REMOVED OUR 1 RUG 
STORE to the East Side of Sutton 
Street.fa idow from Second, to tbe New Stokk 
titted np expressly for oar ousine^; where we 
have opened^^ew and Extensive Stock of 

DRtJUS, MEDICINES, D'YS-STUFEB, PER- 
FUMERY, ALL ABTXCLBB OF TOILET, 
And Ev erythmgiBtha MOTION LINE. 

AI.SO, Falats, OMsf liSmps. citaaaeys, 
Oardea Saads, dke.. Adf. 

|Sf*We hope all onr old patrons will ooatinne 
their favors, and tbat new ones will call Ib and 
see «», fbr i»» pnwsiae .So^asMA 

MACKEY & WOOD, 
MayavUIe, Mar 8, 1884. Sotton street . 



NBW dlilSAP 

Farnitnre Kaoilll 

Cotfitt of MirlMft Jiini flttt il i, 

MAtatlLLH, - - - r - J^TtTCKt. 




THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OFXBED A 
FURNITURE STORE, and ^UStMr-*'- 
in his line at ioweb riovaaa Mwa (h« 
ever been sold in this city. . j . 

I will fce g »»ia iwHy Ob htM tba *B0«ili# 
articles: 



SOCIABLES; 
WABDBOBnt 



HAT BACXiS 

LOUNOESJ 

CRIBS; 



M A Y8VILJ.E 

SOAP & CANDLE FACTORY, 

Third Street, between Sattoa gc Wall, 

Opposiu Clidi. PhisUr^s f-vmb«r "Titrd. 

A GOOD SUPPLY OF MOULD AND 
SUMMER CANDLES, GERMAN AND 
EANCY SOAPS Constancy on hand- 
Q^Agent for Stareb & Star Candles. 
»-Ca»b paid Ibr Taliow and Soap Grease. 
pS.ir JAMES SMITH. 



tOB A FINE STYLISH 

SPRING SUIT! 

GALL AT 



THE l-EE HOUSE, 

Oimor of Fnat ft SBttwIttrwIi, 

. - - JUftNTUC&X. 



HOP M-.. m^mJim^^^ 

O ' ' 

T~~ HE Undersigned take pleasure la. aa- 
nonncinf! to tbe people of MaysTina aad 
Mai on county, and to the traveling poblleeeneT- 
hliy, that tbey have leased this popolar andeosn- 
Biodioaa Hotel far a seriea of yaaic, aad have 
opened it for tbe teeeption of boarders antf tbe 
accommodation of tran»ent enstoMsia. H is 
convenient to the steembout Laaduigs. and is 
the office for tha bkage linea t» tbe interior of 
Iba Slate. Tha ilonae is being iboroughly re- 
paired and refitted throos;h: nt, and no p^^ 
will be spared to make it in all reepecis Ibe beet 
Hotel in North Eastern Kentneky. Eepeciyjteaie 
will be bestowed apoa the table, ''^'f^.^^ill 
ways be snralied witb tbe leanrieawf taa«W»- 
«iUe«ad tAnoiiuiati isarfcatf^ . 
M,'aA«m VOKBi 



DIVANS; 
BUKAU8; 
CBtator,' 

BOOK GASES; 
CHAIRS; 
MATTRASSES; 

BeDSTEADS of ail KiaAsj 
And aBarttelsB g^Bsndty k^pt laaT 
Store. 

Q^A fine sssOftmeAt of Fine and Comnait 
Fnrnitcre for sale at Cincinnati Betail prioaa. 

MEANS & 0ORYELI« 

Cor. of Market Si Sad 
MaysvTlle, Ky., March 10, 1664 



Cann^ Coal. 

JtBT Bserived a loaA «f CanM tiM, 
BoouBiaBion. NosTft tMtt*s4aWj-. 
CaH qoick and lay in a iapply wT yaa* wmUf 

before yon -e J-W^^j^^ PHlSTElt. 

MaySville, MarCh 17, '64 [Eag le oopy-tf 

FIRST CLASS MACtflMEt 

THE KEN TUCK f KAiriOttat, 4 

Combined Reaper avd Mower, 
TEE KENTUCKY BROAD OUAOM 

REAPER, euts a siearth of sewn fit. 
TBS KENTUCKY CUPPMB, m p4 

Clean. 



TEraSE machines have been in aaoceeefal opa^ 
ration for the last five years. Their repa- 
lation iaeataWisbad. I will offer ifs** Im"**? 
ments to those wbo call early, as maoBin* 
advance nateriaUy belbre tbe wtae^ ar-^ 
cutting. Prieea mm-xf  Mr — 
other maohiass. '^'JS^S 
March IT "M J1K . H 

'.EEDS. -Clover. Tftnotiy, in*  v^Om 



t itodace- 



n^TTT RRAiiDY- eld aad mellow 

^^ifiTtalftBrt aod forsala by 
QosUty,»aww— . . 



qasUty, 

june 19 



tEN rfllSTZB. 




Gnn-Powder TeaB, 

OF SDTBKIOB QUALITY, jn»t received and 
couIS" ''"s^HA-i«»Bat.* 



EMENT, LIME.  t«.— SO brla. Erosb Hydran- 
lic Cement; M hrts. Frea& LUm;10 hrla. 
Plaster Paris. Por esle by . 



vaa 



^ iraMoaa aasi esa auraaa* a * 

IT PoaaertBB »any ^^I^J^S!* 

^xiaa tbey have A* -Mth. 
1. rt elves apBravhii*Iiite--Bd«lto«tChhiia^ 
%. itaUBdaQancMoinMrsiaaay dbeo^. 
8. Tbe tane ia ragalated froa tba OB«cSm. 

4. It *» neat and compact in f6rA aad rfsa. 

5. It is free from 8olde» in the evper p si s.aa d W 

oiheiwi&e very snbatantial ^]?t2I?L_ 

6. It baa the glaae aldea so wqingBd tb y jtaaaK 
af;e is less vauif %s oee«  taaa; »» eSbar aay» 



terna, a»a to tWs avaa* ' 
ftOBttbiaihAde; 



PorsalaKSr 
afsiltti 




«TiiE JiULLETlN. 

rtrsuraxD st«kt thitbsdat bt- 
.ac. so :br , 

"lEffftOflar and Proprietors. 



K«nviLi.e. 



HAY s 



Tnrrrr~T ojUhaFiiUf «f tJMi Bulletin. 
The Sabaeriptioo price at the Bullktin 
will.liefvsftar b» Ows Douas asd Fimr 
Cents per year, instead ofOvK Dollar. 
_W« aaaoana* tkfe seeeMMy edTmaee to 
^bor SotperiHim wUh.Mi»« feeling of regret, 
as wm wonld gladly heve avoided the io- 
Dtajwa nf the priee of oar aabacription if wa 
eoiffU lieve done -ab wfth aoy degree of 
jtttlce toottrBaWee. The bigh prices of pa- 
per, ink and labor are saeh aa to make it ab- 
folately eertaio tbat the old priee will not 
•ffofd as • snflScient remonaf«Hotf:fdr oar 
oatlay, aod we feel coofiJeot tbat our pa- 
trooa are toogaoeroua to require at our hands 
sseh •■•erifiis aa we aboald bereqairad to 
make if we continued to prori'le them the 
paper at the low price of one dollar. Tbe 
mipiecedeated advsMS ia tke prtee* •! all 
tbe means oDivinz, cooseqaential npon tbe 
depreciated currency, and other e!ligeDciea 
oiftbe tfiaes, isapose apeo as en anplomM 
duty, bat we rely apon the liberality of 
tboee wbo cympathiae with tbe principles of 
ottr paper, and bare w lon^ generonaly soa- 
tained aa, pro|ierly to appreciate the necds- 
aity wbicb cem|)aU iL Wa. bope by ia- 
ereased energy «Bd attm lies' to oar paper 
to increase its TaToe to oor sabseribara io 
proportion as we have adeaooed the prioe. 

As stirring events Io the military world 
.an now apon tbe ere of transpiring, it is a 
good time for new subscribers to send io 
their names and money. Wa ahall t e 

list. 



naf 'filalt 'm the Poor. 

Wa bava repeatedly stated tbat tbe legia- 
latioB of the dominant party was aimed io 
favor of tbe riob and againat the poor man, 
end tbat it was the nira of the administra- 
tion to create a mooied aristocracy here the 
a««Mas«Kis«ai«Baalaail. T4a Hew York 
TVmu in an article a few ^ays aioM jMniti 
tbe truth of the charge. It says: 

"The property of the wealthy aboald not 
be roted away by, or io anyway under tbe 
eontrof of the laboring classes, and tbe right 
of soifrage should be re2n]ated between tbe 
rich aod ACCOKOiira To tbsir wbaltq." 

We know of a goad May neekaaiee aod 
lakorera who will resist manfully tbe pro- 
poeltioa to deprive them of tbe rights se- 
enred to tfaeaa ^y tbe Constitovioa. This 
doctrine "talte rare of tbe rich and the rich 
will take care of tbe poor," baa been tried 
long oneagk in Eoiopa and has proved an 
entire failure. Let tbe laborersof the coon- 
tjy tww»re.bow tbej lef^aid t». any party 
t» j aaiikr^fb*m.-^ ^ m iO&mm J T sfc i so n ian 

^^rMr. Sbermao said, io tbe Senate' be 
beard agreat deal about tbe desire nf every 

body to be taxed; but whensver Congrasa 
attempta to impose a tax to aifdCt ah iod 
▼idnai, tbat same parson, alihougb very 
patriotic, ia always ready to show that 
while everybody eUa ought to be taxed, be, 
fcf aooiie partioular reason, oogbt to eeeepe 

OO' The pM^ whooaptorad tbe Gun- 
boat Petrel rapreaented the number about 
three hundred with peicea of artillery 
whidi, with maskelry.saddaoly epeo^ on 
the beet's crew. Thoagb taken by surprise 
A*f qaickly responded and quite a brisk 
ftrlag wee kept ap for aooie sainatea, when 
•'ball from tbe enemy pierced tbe boilers of 
the Petrel, filling the boat with acaldiog 
steem. ee m pe lH ng Ike et*w to leave her. — 
What damage oraa Isfliatad oa^k^aaemy 
Is onksowD. 



got (Me.) 
P oapo D dancy. 
One of the worst symptoms of the tiasea 
fs a deep deepondiawy among the .people, 
whieb threatens «»'eink into lethargy. 

WbilsMMijaMk aad ^mM reprove tbia 
aplrit, we^WsTiialHio «idi#t tbat, perhaps 
there is more cause for it than has ever be- 
fore existed io any country in the history of 
the world. 

Scarcely a day passes but we bear even 
Kapoblicaos ezclaitn tbat the ooaotry ia 
rained; and wbiUt we are e^er sangntoe and 
hopeful, even under ihe most adverse cir- 
cnmataoees, we moat oonfeaa that we ean aee 
notbiof ia ear whole politioal boriaon tbat 
affords a well gronnded |iopa of aa early 
improvemei^t: in our wrat^ad aed alekea*^ 
iogstataof affairs. 

The adminiatratton bf the govern mat:t is 
in the bands of mee QtterTy wi)d and reck- 
less. Tbe teoipeat they have raised has 
passed beyond their control, aod they are 
drifting on, from day to day, at the merey of 
tbe wavea. They eatofinae to «ige a hope- 
less and raiooaa war, becaase, to stop it, al- 
though it might eave aoeaeChing from tbe 
institotiene of the conntry. woald iaeviubly 
destroy theee who inaugurated the war.— 
Xbaj are like tbe guilty M icbetb, 

"In crime so far slept in, 
Tbat to return, were aa tedioos as go o'er." 

It is now buk too appareat tbat tbe com- 
ing military oampaigae, jvbatever may Iw 
their reaalt, ean i riog as ao relief. The 
euontrv is .hopelessly in debt Gold is go- 
ing np. up; or correctly speaking, tbe miaer- 
nble paper corrency is going down, down — 
No victories, ho« ever brilliant an't d^ciaive, 
can give the business community eoi fl ience, 
or lighten the burdeiii of tixition, which 
now begin to opjiress the pei (j!e heavily. 

Bat is there a prospect of ilecinive victo- 
ries by tbe North in the coming c  mp8igos? 
No anpporter of tbe Admiuislratiun dare 
look yoo ia tke faea^ and say that he ko»eH 
/y believee thers^ soek a prospeet. Thas 
far the eampaigo has opened moat diaas- 
trously for the North. Every effjrt to 
penetrate still further into tbe South has 
thus far proved disheartening failures. A 
ba'tia ia impending in Virginia. D'  tbe 
Adminiatratiou await ita result with coofi- 
deoor? 

But whilst we aee aothing io tbe present 
aspect of affairs to eneoarage ao early eola- 
tion of oor difficultiea, we woold urge apon 
all men wbo desire belter days to work to- 
gether as if there were hope. The darkest 
dav sometinaes gives a golden suo^et. By 
kind ioterportition of Prov.denca. reason 
may take tbe place of wild rticklessoess tbat 
now rules aod ruins. 

Tbe only hope for the eonntry. if any hope 
there be, lies in the God- blessed path of 
PEACE In anv toar. whether waged for 
abolition and subjugation, or for 'the reatora- 
tion of the Union with all the rights of the 
South unimpaired,' there is no hope. Each 
lay's cootinuacce of the war under any 
name, by any p  rly, will but sink deeper 
aod deeper tbe grave of liberty. 

It may be, at this late day, whoa a arael 
abolition war haa done its worst, that the 
price of peace may be tbe recognttioo ol the 
Independence of .the Confederate States; but 
better restricted boundar es with liberty pre- 
rierved, than an empire as bruad as the con- 
lioent wisk arael daapelisfft trinoipbant 
over all. ' : . ' 

TheTarrikle Drfeat oa the Ked River. 



PwaAPf^ia,Ap^l 25. ISQi. 

No man of orfin^ latdloMwit espnoity 
indeed, .bat f^W^t-will deny 



SxPMisBa CoMFABiD. — The whole ex- 
penses of Nspolen, when be was at the 

head of tbe French Eonpire, in 1812 — when 
be invaded Russia with 600,000 mec— wss 
bot $ 190.000,000. He transported that im 

t- jaeaaa force freos Paris to Moaeow by wag  

ti ons, and yet it only footed np one-fi'th as 
much in cost as we are apeoding on an in- 

^ Atfldy eaeUer aod iWhtt MW^t to be less 

£ expensive -war. 

It has so far been overlooked tbat Mr. 
Cbaaa. In hta reeent latter to tbe Senate 
Finance Committee, tbreatejis repudiation 
if General Grant does not win victories. — 
He says: 

"It nsnsit not be tboogtit, however, tbat I 
-."Mgavd killiar or both of tbeae measnres as 
r -adeqaate remedies for f oaaeial diaorders.— 
-'- Jlesbiag abort wf taxation te eoe-batf of the 
- ama'ant of bar earrent expenditnrea, and a 
ledaetiea of those expenditures to tbe lowest 
point, eompatible with efiSciency. will in- 
eore ffoaoctal aoocesa to tbe government. — 
And laaliptrf mulitmrg nieem MmeamrmmUt 

Jaa:\ . - ' • - - 

Eegla^. engaged iu many wara in which 
she wee ■nsneoMsful; bat she b as paid ber 
debts iMtwitbataodiag. . If people in this 
conotryjhvsalJyw/liyiJp'***"'*'" Federa! 
secorfties, it'ls with thedistinet nnderstand 
iog tbat «bey -w41W)e repaid whether the 
■ South bo cooqaered or not. This threat ot 
repudiation, in the event of failure, shows 
how little real hOoor or bonestv If r. Chase 
end his assoeittlee peiaaai'— Wiat Cheater 
JefiferscoliM. - 




 ^ "wnr^fcTtTr .Qamsfmmsxo. — The great 
Itatee of Pennsylvania and New ¥iMtc Ksve 
the^examplie^Ey "reTuaiogTo pay their 
■t debta to the Iwod holders. Pennayl- 
.,.4raWa does itl y legislative action agreeably 
sboddy Carta's' reeommaadatioa . New 
T^k doss it by a mongrel legislation io 
opposition to the Governor's views. The 
tatteCHtiate be paid bsreeftar la depreeUted 



The Cairo dispatch to the OntttU of yes- 
terday says of the Red River 6gbi: 

General Banka baa placed un ler arrest 
several oommlsaiooed officera, for cowardice 
on the Sold. 

We have eiqptarad five or six handred 
prisoners io ell. 

In betb figbte H lessM tbe rebels lost 600 
killed and I,S0O #oairded, o all making ac 
entire loss of 2 200. We lost in all thirty 
pieces of artillery, according to tbe report 
to tbe chief of art llery. Oar loss tn killed, 
wounded and mia-'inz i* estimated various- 
ly at from 3 000 to 6 OOO, from the time of 
leaving Grand Ecore, ootil we returned 
there. 

Geo. IMek Taylor, soa of ex-Frestdent 
Taylor, ooromaoded tbe rebel eNsy at 
Mansfield, end Pleasant HiH. At ihe let- 
ter place be was reioforeed- by' General 
Oburcbill's brigade, which gave him io all, 
ao effective force of 20,000 men. Rnbel 
prisonera report tbat I(irby Smith and Gen 
Price have g^ne alter Gen Steele. There 
are many rumors to the eff^'Ct that they 
have met and defeated tbe Union forces 
under tbat Geoerjl. Of this we have no 
ceafirmation. No ofiBcial intelligence has 
beea received from Steele The Black- 
hawk b^ 1m**  ^7 General Banks to 
White River to carry dispatches to Duval's 
Bluff !o- Gen. Steele. She will leave ii: a 
abort time for that place. Gt-n. B.iuk:! lost 
bis private baggage and champagne in tbe 
Mansfield fi^bt, and Gen. Franklin narrow- 
ly escaped capture. Tbe rebel prisoners re- 
port tbat Gen. Magroder with 40.000 
Texaos ia expected to joia Oiok Taylor at 
once. Magruder did not participate io tbe 
late battle. Great fears have been enter- 
tained lor the safety of Alexandria. Gen. 
Grover, who bad embarked from Grand 
F^core with bis brigade was i ent back here 
aud arrived yesterday. Tbe city was put 
in a condition for defense; cannon placed at 
all approaches and in the iiriucipal streets.—   
It was feaied tkal Magruder's force, en 
roate for Snreveport, woald be ordered to 
take tMa place, as Beaks had -been driven 
back to Orand SoorO. Every preeaotioo 
has been taken for tbe defense ol Alex- 
andria, as the capture of this place would 
cut off Banks' aupplies, aod be a disastrous 
Mow to bsaa. 



JSrltannia aod Japanned Ware! 

,f jrPT ^-'~f~',~- WABB ABO TBA 

dedar B. AlsftSBT^ 



PxTBoLEUM AB A UoTOB. — The Seerotery 
of tbe Navy ttae'erdered one war veseel to 
be prepared for. tbe parpose of testioj; (he 
fxperimeot of iabstitniing petroleoia' oil for 
coal. A eOmOffssioo, appointed by tbe 8e 
cretary some months sinoe, to examine this 
auhjMct thornnghly, have so far become 
satufied that o ilciin be used for fuel, at less 
•ban half the expense of coal, that they 
have recoromeoded the Secretary to have 
the ezperimput made for sea navigation.— 
Should the result be favo^ble for^the use of 
4l^- ^{6*f tlie eooaamption of coal 

to a point Ibft.will make it cheaper to the 
con^mer t1)an it baa ever before .^en 
known in tbe United Sutes. In Rbode Is- 
land, oil has heen sohslitiiied for coal io one 
of tbe largest maoufscturing establishments, 
and at Ir-rs tb- n bslf the Coa\ of coal. Many 
of tbe lar^e mills are intending to alter, so 
IS te make eteam by oil instead of coal. Aa 
this qoor appears, no one eso foresee to 
what esieaft tbe eonsamption of ooal srill 
be redooed. or bow low the price mey go. 



OirThe Legislature of Minoecota has 
enacted a law fining any teacher or board 
ef Irosteea fifty dollara if they refuse any 

c^wc^ ^BMMiOB to' any p«bUe 



— nol»ody, 

that our country is ip a ^'eplerable condi- 
tion. For three yeala, noder Abolition rule, 
tbe North has been eodesvoring to crush 
what, at tbe outaet, was callod, in fashion- 
able, because "aensational" newspaper 
phrase, a "gigantic rebellion.,* After tbia 
laps* of time, with at least a half million of 
lives sacrificed, and four biPtona dtilars 
expended, dare any man who hasasspata- 
tion a« et^e aay , wbether w e .  re acy naafWr 
tho aea»tepUskaKe»t«Mte'al§eet tm wkieb 
tdie ««r- was eovunaaead tb«i «• weae at 
tbe begianlagT 

For what intention was the war com- 
menced? On tbe )4th of April, 1861, im- 
mediately after the surrender of Fort Sum* 
ter, Lincoln issued a proclamalino calling 
out seventy-five thousand men, for tbe 
avowed parpose of oaptoring nAV the forta^ 
arseoato and oatloaal properljr tbea i»-«be. 
new-made Ooafedfcate Oovontpeak, -^tbe 
people of "whieb bid solettnly reeol« ed to 
be tbenoeforth free aod aovereign, so far aa 
respected their former position with tbe old 
United States. This wss the purpose for 
which the seventy- five thousand men were 
called in his procLiin ;«tion. Afterward, ses- 
ir g the imm^'usity of the job upon which he 
bad enterrd, a'ld the resolute determ icat ion 
Ol tbe new i onfederate nation to hold their 
owu against all enemies, domestic or for- 
eign* ^ eatled eat by psoclasaatiee, five 
hoadsad tboasiod iseo. sriileh call wa* 
ebeerfolly raepooded to by the States arill 
remaining of what constituted tbe ol.l Un- 
ion. Since that time, as ex)g)^ncies seemed 
to require, in the estim.iti^n of the astute 
trains of tbe Execiiiive and iboia who cm- 
trol him, other drafts have been made upon 
thcfiesh and rc«oarces of the Northern peo- 
ple to eoneoaanate tlw erigiaal design of 
deetroyiog tbe Soathera -Goofederaey aod 
sobjagatiag the eitiseac thersof to the 
domination ef Northern or Yankee rale. 

So far no one will be mad or foolish en- 
ough to deny, that this scheme bas failed 
entirely. It is true that from the fact that 
tbe South has generally stood upon the de- 
fensive, the Northern armies have been en- 
abled to penetrate, here end there, their 
territory— have captared some towoa and 
cities along their coast and their greetrivers, 
where they h^d not tbe naval power to in- 
terpose, and wheru they COnes ^ dCBtly 
fouizlit ajjaiust great odds. 

But time, like the wine in the play, works 
wonders, and now he ;in8 to loom up to our 
astoni.- hed uision, the recuperated power of 
the Confederacy, aod to show what a peo- 
ple ttaa do who are ioteot apon a aettled 
parpoea of esteblishiog a oaw aationality 
and becoming a new member of the family 
of nations. 

Now, then, w'^st is 'the situation' to day? 
Where tbd ab-oliUe ruler of a naiion (ieter- 
mines to subdue an o:her by force of arraf, 
and inenrs enormous expenses for the trial, 
whieb %4 People have to bear».it is bia dutv 
to sbeatsnaBintetropted cerise of ooeoesses 
teoding directly to tbe meio object. Can 
Lincoln show this? Not by any naeans — 
Not only, at tbe present limn, are the 
Federal armie'* uii^tile to push their con- 
quests forth, but th y are forced to give 
Under the presure i f tbe railitaty pjwer oj 
tbe Cyniederacy, inaporiant points and 
pUcei wbicb tbey had already captured. 
and,woich gave prestige, not n nly at home, 
but abroad, to tbe idea^ of their progress 
and final oeeapatioa ef tbe eaemy's terri- 
tory. 

Tbe check given to tbe Sherman expedi- 
tion up the R-;d R.ver, Id the Department 
ot Gen. Banks, and tbe surrender of Ply- 
mouib.in North C'ri lina,wiih a heavy loss 
iu killed aod wounded, ai d twenty-five 
hundred prisonera, includint^ a Brigadier 
Geoer.il, attests toia troth beyoiMt alt per- 
adventure or cavil. 

Indeed, we oeonot cay, ADoeoae aaom e wt 
tp another, whether oor owo territory ia 
safe from the invasions of the eoemy; and 
we cannot deny th at the Federal Capital is 
just as much in dinger from ao attack of 
tbe Conleder-ite forces ns Richmond is from 
an attack of the Federal forces Lee, with 
bis veteraii.4. is not only holding Grant in 
check, but, for all we know, is, at tbia very 
moment, puriuiog bim aod pushiog him to 
the wall. 

With this gloomy prospect before as, what 
have we te hope for the tetoreT Tbe enilra 
fai tore of this Administration to coaanm- 
mate tbe work U b s taken in band, baa 

produced complications and entan jlumerits 
tbat are placing us in a wrong positioi^ be- 
fore the world, and planging as into phy.^i- 
cal aud fi'iincial ruin. We are lightened 
ill a 'gordion knot,' and wbeiber this koot is 
to bo cat by ttaeaifprd or by the ennoing of 
diplomasf , is oew-tbe asoaentooa qneation. 
Affairs eanoot long reaiaio.aa --tbey. are. If 
tbeeerord is to be the fioal arbiter of this 
dilemma, it, God'a name, let armies fight 
on 'till the last armed foe expires.' If war 
ia to be tbe normal condition of this people, 
let tho word go lorth.tbat every man tnay 
put his hoLHo in order, either to be pr^p^rtfil 
to aboulder bis musket at tbe first alarm, or 
nearest muster of baitaiiocs, or to bear tax- 
ation till bis muscles and si oewa crack from 
very teasion. if diplomacy intervene, aa it 
should, in tbe iotereet of bonaoity, then 
let the people, in a voice of thonder, and 
in a voice of thunder, aod in tooes clear 
and unspeakeable, asse't their legitimate 
inxjesiy and power. Let them awake as 
from a trance, into which tbey have been 
thrown by tbe 'inaane roo. tbat talces the 
reaaon prisoner,' administered to tbem by 
■seosatioo newspapers' aa 1 political dema- 
gogaea ibteot on publie pleader aod roah to 
ttre haven of safety aad s e c es tt y. bt tboas 
call opm tbe very men to aave them from 
destruction, whum tbey oave been taught t) 
revile, to calumniate aod to bate. Let thetn 
call from tbetr self-imposed retirement tbe 
men wbo by their iutellectuil suprem-icy, 
high-toned honor, and the|puriiy of their 
private live», are best calciilatad to lead io 
a movement tbat shall restore our ancient 
muniments and privileges, and re-establish 
the civij;, lilnrtiea. that have been wrocted 
Uom u». • With teersin their eyes, let tbem 
invoke such statesman ee W ' l Haat. B. Beed, 
Ex-Uov. Bigler, Joaiah ftandaH. George 
M. Wharton, N. Strickland, John U. Bnu- 
too,Dr. E C. EviDS, Fraocis VV. Bugbes, 
Peter McCall, aua others that might be 
named, to come lortb, io this darkest hour 
of our couoiry'e extremity, aod give tbem 
tbe benefit of tbair wisdom aod their oouo- 
sel. Theceehoold bc in uath and in fact, 
the reprcsentetire oMa of the 8m*s, ead 
wbetberthe old-Unido Istb be merely b N- 
ecutod, or whether disintegration is to go on 
until tbree or four coofederacies shall spring 
Irom its manes, it still behooves every citi- 
Xeo of Pennsylvania to look to tbe welfare 
and integrity of tbe Commonwealth, be- 

totei tuk«i;,ji9e»eiuttt« iaAugf«GU»- 



re?; or day lal^isr;;^ 

naat with ertttctfl aod 
momentoas events. 'Hie people at large are 
losing all oonfideooe In tbe miserable iml e. 
ciles at Washington. '•locapaMMji^^fa 
written upon their brows, and mallRMed 
in their every act. Every measure, every 
policy they have Inaugurated has failed, 
both in wsr and in finance. Tbree years ol 
military rule — tbe domination of the can- 
non and the bayooetr— have been yeara of 
sadness, end regrets, aod mourning. Tht 
people tire of this load of misery, aod sigh 
Cm the time when ' the sword ahall be tom- 
ed into tbe ploaghshara And the spear into 
the pruning book." GivUisns, then, able, 
courageous aed stern oiviliaos, eqaal to the 
time and the occasion, must be the savioor 
of what remains of tbe old Republic, and 
devote their best ener^^ies to recover the 
jewels of civil liberty, tbat one by one have 
dropped away from as throogb tbe gravita- 
tiag. power jtt a-eaataa li ^cd despotism. 

A.M.W. 



Oranatt tan saw Bbb BkTBB.- The 
Evening edition of the- Hew -Orleans 3Vms 

Delta (l9ih) says: 

It is said tbe Confederales bava made a 
cut off or canal above Grand Eoare.by means 
ol wmcb tbey expect to empty Red liver 
ioto Grand Lake. We arc perfectly well 
aware of ll|e fact that each a canal can very 
eeiil^'he..made, for it has long been tbe de- 
al fe of a' certain class of property holders 
residing on the shores of this lake, in De 
Soto parish, to h^ve the channel of tbe river 
turned in that direction, and thoir opponents 
have frequently had to invoke the interfer- 
ence of tbe Police Jury to prev- nt such a 
miadirectiun ol itis water of tbe Little Red. 
But tbia cannot affect tbe navigation of tbe 
rivar at Grand Ecora, for the water that 
flows ioto the lake at ita beed tbroojcb the 
Canal must come oat iato tiM river below 
by the way of Gkand Bayoo of Bayoo 
Pierre, and tbe depth of the channel at the 
point where our guntMats are now et.itinned , 
or on the falls at Alexandria, will not be 
affected by the cut-off Tbe wnr^t it eao 
do is to dry ap tbe bed of the river Iratween 
tbe canal and tikraod Bayou, and thus close 
eommanieatioo hj water widh^Sbrsveport. 

ArrcMt ol an Alleged Spy. 
A dashing yooog fellow, ealling himself 
Dr. L Logg. who waa recently cut qoita a 
floe %ure io faebionabie and oflhrial circles 
in this city, was arrested onSaiorday morn- 
ing Uet. in Tappahannock, Essex county, 
while ei  route for the North, with lots of 
plans and dr*win ;s ot quite particular 
apots io tbe G mfederaey, and doubtless a 
memory well siuffed with the latest 'aemi- 
ofi&oial' information relating to tbe move- 
meole of Oooiederate troeps. Tbe arrest 
waa made by Detective, Jubn Seeee, who, 
with others of tite Goafederate Police I e" 
partmeiit, has for some linae p.*st been iu 
close and aiisions pursuit of him. He bad 
successinlly evaded the muneuvers and 
combinations of tbe whole Department, be 
guu aboat tbree weeke ago, when suspicion 
first foil npoa bine^eod the Depertoaeat very 
oator^y talk pteMy soM abeoc it. 

Io his pocket »ere fooad variotis papers, 
in wbieb be is represeoted aa a Prasaian. 
ihuu^ii it seems be ie arv Italian; a small 
card be. ring the oanre of a member of Cm - 
greps, who b^s ifuiocently voacbeil for bim 
to gaio a passport io the days of his glory; 
alau a card of » young Gonlederate captaio, 
in whose societr be l ad paaaed some time 
Richmond, and at whose faahioeable wed- 
diug ersaa time ago, lie is said to have 6g- 
oaed; ibeo ttacie tees a email boodle of pa- 
pera, aboat six inches long aod two aod a 
balf in br. altb, containing drawing * of dtf- 
lerent rivers showing woere certain torpe- 
does were pl-icid; a paper containiti^ the 
names aud dest:ri plitMis ot all the differdnt 
batteries and points of Uhar'eston harbor, 
and then ao elaborate drawing of soma oth- 
er work or works, tbe meaaing of wbich we 
did not aaoertain. and the-oflBemaeaM- not 
oeoke-eot. 

There waa also aaheet of paper, with the 

heading, ia priot,*War Departmeot, CoO" 
feiierate Sittfes of America.* At tne bot- 
tom of the p»i;e WHS the signaiure, J-J^mcs 
A. Sa'Mon. Swcretary of War.' Tiie inter- 
mediate space wa» blank, had evidently 
contained writ og, but it was erased by some 
chemical process. Beece secused bim of 
tbia, but be deoied it, ana a^id be bad Ofily 
obtained the same to get a lithograph of it. 
*This is a poor exeas«/ aeid B^aoe. 

Tbe p^perbe p to da wegi apob beiagorMe- 
ted was a pass from tbe Beereiary of the 
Navy, giving him permissioo to p«ss at will 
in nil parti of the Cmtederacy The offi- 
cer found upon biiu, a'ao, a pass tocroes tbe 
lines, one of the kind usutlly issoed for 
tbat purpose.— R I cbiaoad Enquirer. 

TARXBB imSBBTBBS. ' 
The recerds at Castle Thunder give strange 
evidence concerning ttie remarkibly fine 
spirit of tbe Yankee army in Virijinia. — 
Within tbe last few weeks nearly a hundred 
' deserters from Great bave passed over tbe 
line and come asking asylom hi the bosom 
of tbe rebeilioo. For tbe last few days 
tbey have beed particalariy prei^veriag in 
gelling to Richmond ahead of time, oo- 
williDg to wait for Qrant and Stand the 
chances of bei' g put ro a grettdea? of an- 
necessiry trouble and in no little danger. It 
is becoming a custocuary sight to see squads 
of five, sis. e'ght or ten psr day, marching 
up to Gen. Winder'a office under guard, bat 
seeming as gay aod glad as if they were 
io.tbe I»est luck aad with tbe brntprospedu 
iq tbe world. • 

Tas 



'f he Captnre of Plymoath. 
Editorial firom Petetersburg Exprosa of April 23 
We are still without full information of 
the brilliant affair at Plymontb. We learn, 
however, upon reliable aoAority, tbat skir- 
mishing rommenced on Soodey, cootioned 
briskly Monday and Tnesday, and oa Wed- 
nesday the enemy's works were carried by 
assault in a most gallant manner. The 
Yankee commander, Brigadier General 
Wessel, as will be seen from a Richmond 
telegram in another column, was twice sum- 
moned to surrender, be refused to do so, tbe 
place was stormed and oaplared. The num- 
ber of prisoaers taken ia now aUtad at two 
tboosand'five bandred, besides tbe negroes 
who were tek«o. Theaama tel^ram states 
that a apkMldUW baodred-poooder gan 
was also ameajfit t|». inJMUe «rti«lM eap. 
tured. 

Pegram'8 and Graham's batteries, b()tb 
from this oily, were engaged in tbe conflict, 
and did splendid service. We regret, how- 
ever, to learn tbat Col. James R. Branch, 
wbo' commanded that bearing bis name, had 
one of bis legs broken and was bruised by 
fall off his borm. The woaoded have been 
moa'.ly sent to Weldoo. where we doofot 
not they will be well taken care of. 

General Hoke has struck a most effective 
blow for ihe redemption of bis native State. 
His command was composed of North Car- 
oliniaos, and ihey have nobly aod valiantly 
liberated a m^si important part of their 
State, from the invader. We ahall have 
more aod get greater newa from' tMe and 
co-oparattn^ axpeditions. 

The co-operating naval expedition is un- 
der tbe ooaamand of Oommacder B. F. 
Pinkney. Oommeoder J. W. Oooke com- 
mands the iroo-dad gnnboat Albemarle, in 
io Roanoke river, and Lieut. R. B. Minor 
comiuai ds afletillaef 'eoMeia^ in the Oho- 
wau riv-jr. 

Ply moth is io WasUagtoa' COBBty, near 
tbe mouth of the Rianoke river, and the 
coootry aroood is said to be very rich and 
fi ll ot anppliea. The two other plaoee held 
by the Taokeee ea the North Carolina 
coast are Washington, at tbe month of Tar 
tiver,and Newbern, at the month of tbe 
Neuse. Tbe latter is strongly garrisoned; 
bat it is supposed tbat tbe larger part of tbe 
inrcea at Waabiagteo bad beea ^)«fed op te 
PI y moth . 

Official Acoeaat ol Forrest Expedition 
to PadiiCHh. 
Dbebobv, Teno, March 27, ) 
TiA OKBCoirx. April 2, I8 M. V 

To Lieut. Oone^al Po'fc: 

I left Jackson on tbe 231 ultimo, and 
captured Union City on tbe 24tb, whh four 
bnndrad and fifty priaeaers. among them 
the raoeKade Hawkioa. and moat of bis reg- 
iment, about two bandred horsey aad five 
hundred smaH srms. 

T a1t o took po-isf's-iion of Eliekin-aa, tbe 
enemy having passed it. 

I moved north with Buford's divisioir 
marching direct from Jackson to Pifiducah 
in fifty ho-jrs. attecking it on tlie evening 
of tbe 20ih, drove the enemy to their gan- 
boats aod forts, bald the town for tea beers, 
and soold have held it longer, bat foand 
the sneall-pos rag ng, and evseoated tbe 
place. 

We captured many stores snd horses, 
hiirned up s'Xty bales of cotton, one steam- 
er in the dry dock, and brongbl out fifty 
prisoners 

My loss at Union City and Padtroab, as far 
aa kaawa; is twenty five kiiled^'acd. wolUi- 
ded— am.' n9 tbem C'l. TbonafMoo, com- 
manding the Keotucly brigade, kiiledv 
Lieut. Colonel Lanumiof the Faulkner reg- 
iment, raortalh wounded, and Col. Gi^salin, 
of the Ninth &e.nuckyr and L'eut. Cbl. 
Morton, ol the Second Tennessee, slightly 
wounded . 

The enemy's loss at Paducab was fifty 
kiMed and woaoded. The prisoneTsl'n all 
five hundred. N. B. FORREST. 

Jews in Chiha — The Jews in tbe Celes 
tial Land are very numeron^ A'^ewiabof- 
fioer in tbe Gjritiah navy, in a rvemt poMi- 
cetlen, eCdtoitei tbem at mm milltoa. They 
apeak MkcerigiiMl too^e^ and poaaew dcc- 
omeotstTf' great antiquity. He brb*t'~wtib 
hirr  to his ship several cabinet^, not over 
four feet square, wbich eootain over three 
buiidrrd drawers and secret places. Tbe 
most in'eresting article wbich ha received 
was a prayer book written in Chaldair;, on 
vellum,, wjicb be presented to tbe British 
Museum. 

It waa by mere accident ftst this eom« 
maoity of Orisclil Ohina Je«rs were die- 
covered. The eficer islladed to waa in a 
small veeielof war serving oode'r Comman- 
der Hollins. He went up one of tbe rivers 
until he discovered something resembling a 
targe town or city, lie wns not at first very 
graciously recerved, but finally obtained an 
interview with the Chief be landed under 
hie protection, and foand Io hia aaton-ish- 
ment an ioMDense pnpnlatioar of Jews. Io 
nootlierpart tbe Obiaese Empire are 
Jews .to be fs«ad. They have tbdir 
own laws, and their ch'.ef officer is a Jewish 
Rabbi. They keep a standing army of 
young men to protect their city. Their 
aynagogues are tbe most beautiful buildings 
to beaeeo in Europe. 



PXAXTOSI PIAKOS!! 
Of tbe best manufactories, at from |25 
$60 less than CnronniATx Qmb prises, 
jteclt B. ALBERT, Second Hwat 



CoxroaaerciaL 



•I «; H»i 



TacRaDAT, May s.io., 

Sngar— Wew Orleana, 19)( to ^ ' '**' 

MoLASBxs.— Kew.jQdaaaa, BUs 
Bbls. $1 10. 

COTFKK 4.' o. to 47c. 

Wbsat— Bed $1 40; White $1 55. - 

Fi.oira.— Selling atfirom $7 60@8 60. 

Whisky.— Market firm Boas A liewell'a 
minm sailing -* fl TIf aafi fiiia ^ 

Cmab Sugar, 26o. " 

Qran " 26c. 

Loaf " 26c. 

Baooit— Sides I3i^; Hamalft: ShoaldaiaUiA 

L4BD.-12 to 13c, per 
Hkmp.— f 135 per ton. 
Tobacco. — Selling at 7@iec !b8. 
Maokjerei..— Barrels $15; Half bbls. iiw 
(iuarters, No. 1, *4.7S. 
Salt.— 50c. ^ bushel. 
Ibom.— Bar Iron 6; Nail Iron 9}{} HoiaaSbw 

Naii.8. — $6 60 for lOd. 
JKicii.— lie. ^ fi). 
FjiATHEBs. — 54 cents lbs. 
Flax 6ekd.—$2 50 per bnsbe]. 
U£MP S-jctD.— 1^3.50 per boshel. 



JOHJf C. HAVRMEtER ^B&O 
COIVUVHSSION MERCHANTS 

In LEAF TOBACCO, 
'Wool ancl OtlBCt^r Produce 
US 9 bmA atraetr XBW TQBX. ' 
BxruxNosa. 
Bakx ov Noare Attmatt, N. T. 
Hon. W. F. HAVEMSTsa, N. Y. 
Messrs. Moves Tatlor^^Go., If. Y. 
Meesre. Gobdon, MoMiLuaM A^Oo^Clevelsiid 0 
Messrs. H. 1 . Nkwcomb #ftM.v£oBiaviUs:kT'- 
May 6th, lS64-8mo. ~- u*,*!. 



^ New Millinery Store ! 

MISS ANNIE BRYAN respectfully infoma 
the Ladies of Maysville and vicinity, thit 
she has opened a Store on Sutton Street over 
PiOKETTs, Weils* Cfr.'s, where she will keepi 
Urae and elefraat assortment of BONNETS 
RIiiBONS, FLOWERS, HATS, and all ih, 
Fancy Arlioles nanally kept in a Millinerr 
tabliatameot. 
If ayaville, Ky., April 14tb, 18 4. 

aijexTIamoX 

OLD STAND ON WALL 8TBEST. 

eiflCEiiEuutiieiEEei.iii 

0LD AiTD NKW HAMS, 

COUNTRY PRODUCE AND A OENERaL 
ASSORTMENT OF FAMIL Y AND BU- 
SINESS OONSUMPTIOSfa TOR OtTt 
AND QOUNTRtl I 

4 T M T OLD AND COMMISSm 
/V Stand, embracTng t^To targe atid eleginf 
three story stores on wall Street, I contiiius to' 
carry on. with i.ncraased atook and facilitiss, m; 
loffir established buarnea.«ef furtilshing Families' 
in City and Con nty, Farmers-, Bfercbant and all 
etiiera, most of the eiieentiat commodides con 
sumed in Hie, all which I am selling at tlrf 
most favorable rates for cash or snch coaotrr 
prodnceas suits the market. Tbankfnl for thr 
liberal patronage so loii(r extended to meioths 
jMMit. atyl which has enabled raa to offer greater 
indncementa to customers hereafter. I respect- 
ftilly solicit a continnance of their favors. B«- 
low will be found advertise men te of a few of my 
pecialities; bat it would take up a whole nevs- 
paper to ennmraerate all thn eomtnodities ot  
general nece: sity wbich I habitnally keep otf 
nMd. . No one Mn examine my stock and gc 
aatOy-aiiBulbill itfCb^Oality ana price. 

ALBX. MA-DDOX. 
_ Old Stood oa WaliStnsb- 

Mayiville, July 17 



OL.D HAM'S— 20O two 
vas.«ed of a lot of some 



year oM c!in-- 
thousand of my 
own curing, atil! remahiing^for select' nse. 

• . ALEX. MADDOX. 



T^EW HAMS. — 500 canvassed Hams of 
. my last year's curing, sweet, sonnd, juicy 
•ndcf awivalled flavor. 

AeLBk, MA1 I 0X. 



CHOICE IMPORTED FRENCH BRAN- 
DY— i have boujrht ont John A. Hoborn'r 
stock of choice Brandy selected by himself in 
Fraoce, a Mperb article for Drnmiata and Fam- 
i bes,Tefy o ld. ALEX.MADDOX. 

STORAGE a¥d COMMTSSION-Good- 
•nd Pf«d«c« for storage or sale always re- 
cafvea ew eoanignmeat on the most moderat'^ 
" ALEX. MADOUX. 

BO0RBON.— 60 Brls. ehoiee Boura 
.-J ^ ^^''^ wjr oM, Pm htehcr flavored- 



OOUBBOir WHISK Y . 
13 r ure copper distiiifld- W 



Hdii&h Voiob — Tbe range of the 
baman voioe is -(|t ile astooodinst. there be- 
ini; nboot nine fwrfiaet tooes. 17.592,386,- 
014 516 diffisreot soaado. Thus fourteen 
dirwe  maselfls, alone or together, prodace 
173 741,823: white all i« oo.operatioa tell 
the number alreadv named, aod these ia 
depeiideaily of different dejirees of intensity 
a man's voice raciges Irom base to tenor, the 
mediutn beinj; wbitt is Citllad baritone. — 
Tbe female voice ranges from coniralto to 
soprano, tbe medium being termed mezze- 
aoprano; end e buy's eoiee, net oral ly^ is ^1- 
to, or hetweeo a trelde eedia teaor. 

Tka.'Xew .lForl.- Tittles has twioe ebs*ged 
tbst the Secretcry of the Treasury received 

^500000 of the gold io S'tn Pranoisoo, 
shipped it via Panama to Eajjlaud, and hag 
thus iosned it, aod is speculating in bii's of 
exohaage oa the atteogth of it. 

"Mike, and is it yerself tbat can beafther 
tailing me how tbey make i ee-crame?" — 
•Io troth I oen. DoaH tin^ bake them in 
oowld- ovens, to be saie.' 



Habits — Like flakes of snow that fall 
onperceivod opoo tbe earth, tbe seemingly 
onimportant eTeots of life roeeeed one so- 
other. As tbe snow gathers tosetber, so 
are onr habits formed. No single Bake that 
is added to tbe pile prodocea a sansibis 
ebangp; no single action creates, however it 
may exhitiit, a man's character; but as the 
tempest hurls the avalanche down the 
rooiiritains, and overwhelms the inhabitant 
aod bis habitation, so passion, sotiog apon 
the elements of misobief, which peniieicos 
habita have broagbt together hj B if*eo«o- 
comalation. may overthrow ihe edifioa of 
truth and virtue. 

Predadioea are like rats, and a man's 
mind like s trap; tbey get in eaaily and then 
perhaps panH get ont at all. 



A' larjre otoek ot 
copper distiilfld.Whi«kv. from one to- 
four years old, always kept on Hand for sale low 
by Brl or gallon. ALEX-. MADDOX' 

OMMON WHISKY. —An abaodaot 
siippiy of conrmon ^iakeya, at veiy leW 
ratee, alwaya on band. 

, . AxaaL MAPPM:. 

FAMILY FUHJBL-^The choicest brands 
elwaya kept . ALEX. MADDOX. 

CORN MBAL.-»From pfeked flint gra:a 
and carefully milled, ever on haadi. 
ALBX. MAD DOX. 

SUGARS— Choicest Browa aod Whitt 
Sugars alwaya on hand. 
A LEX. MADDOX. 

COFFEE.— Tbe cboicesldaseriptioasel- 
woys kept in fall supply. 

aXi 



 BX. MADDOX. 



I^EASs-rOcaea and BliMk of the best 

X grades. — 'ALitZ MADDOX. 



CoHTSBOATios.— Bdmand Bnrka lajs 
that the perfection of oooversation is not '^o 
play regular aonste, bat, like tbe uSolian 
harp, 10 ewoil the iolpiration of the ssssiog 

hMAtha 



By Hev. Fatfwr HcMabon, on tbe 1st of Mav. 
1304. -Mr. SAMURI K. MUBFOBD, to Miaa 
AMfCUBA MDBraT, aH oTthfa oity. 

In Aberdeen, hv Esq. Sheltoji, May Ist, 1864, 
Mr Jf)8. CARPENl'EB, to Misa MAGGIE 
OUTTEN.of this city. 

At the residence of tbe bride's father, near 
Dovr. Kv , by Elder John Brooks, Mr. H. A. 
CALVKBT, of Cincinnata, to Miss MATTIE 
OSBORNE, of Maaon ocuaty, Ky. 

Onr friend Ooa became timd of living alone 
In tbe world, and wisely oone:aded to take* fair 

and loving girl for his companion through life. 
The above notice tells of oor friend's bappinesB; 
and we now wish along lifoand much prosperity 
to the new firm. 



FISH — Maskorel, Salmon 



. Herring, 

Sardinea, Lake and other flbh 

ALEX MADDOX 



G' 



ORN IN THS EAB-.Sel« ted loaod 
rea'llaM' 
ALEXiMAOBOZ. 



eorn in the eOr olirayB'tta HoM 



DLBD. 

wdenee. in this oitar^ ieA Satarday, 
^1 SM, 18M, Mr. JAM£8 M£f Wd 
lilfMttlhii^-sightyaaia. ♦ ^ 

i^'-'ap^flE - 3- ' ■ ■ i- 



OAEUM— dHMee'Diceparea always on 
band A. MADDOX 

BLOCS AND TACKLE— An assortment 
emhraqiog sdl aiaaaof saparior cenatiaotioa 
Al^. MADDUX. 

^OBDAGS— Hemp aod^Menilla ropwief 

always on hsai. ''^^^^liSQ^J^SfeMt 

■-• t .V^ ^ v' - r— ^ ■ - i i -fi . -  

BOOK & STATIOmaRT 

HAVING Porcbaaed the Stock of 
BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL 
PAPER,  fto., of Measra W. L. Pxasos & Co., 
I propose to pond net the busineaa at the old 
sUnd in ibis Cjty. I shall be continually sop- 
plied with a full atook of all artwtes pertaijuog 
to the basineas andehgil ssHt^oa Ae OMMtrsa- 
aonable terms. 

My atook of SCHOOL BOOKS & SCHOOL 
STATlOlfSKT ia now complete and embraces 
all xA4hmmd df Boofca in oae by tbe Schools m 
Northem Seotaelnr end tioothevn Ohio. _ 
u» W. JMsAS^BMMMJI* 

JMiaTslM?. 




par* moralitiM,-.^iwa» it baT«i^|ifaog m% 



«'ffi«%uJ«ns 7, Blid'giTeo trust and triaai|Mt^ to' 
to tbe d^iog. Th« itrffB otd man bas (■'""n 
^'e«p |ri)h It folded upon hij breat. Th ) 

«jBn *pI«. cottager has used it for a dyioi; pi - 

IN 011 Bin n 



Wm. H. BICHA 



tbe inuocent . child has 
is last bappy flah with his fiii- 
^iwaes its proaaise ( e ghtod leaves 



Xloyd & ^ehsrdson, 

^ WHOLBSALB DEALERS Of 

GROCERIES, 

.WINE 3. LIQUORS. 

TOBACCO, 

FOBWAEDIIIi&COMHIiiSIDI 

MERCHANTS. 




W 



I** p*p«r tonamj bobble, and :vice 
I 4l(a^ cVi'aie are I ^creasirg-^prr'MJ of •▼• 
' 'tBrrtg a'ro fblpg'tip; — and" the nigger id 
^ aba^epw— IJOt'pDTe tHiigloii ard poor wbit j 
"t^^i^P^ ^^1* •* » i^l^coanj — and. Liberty will 
eoon bar^baoleta. The'dev I seanii to h«v« 
• 'bMtt tMhirtiwd.'aiid all bit aogal let|li^». 

NjivuiAriMilored woman, Itvmg in OaiMi^pWett'^ Mlt^t a portion of yonr p^Urona^.pTOinl^iigto 
i^mgased in the recruiting haOimS Wat^'^i^ia*i'V»^^%^ 

Md reached New Uaveb a da; or two bidcb t Wo have osubliabod oorsolvca for the pnr- 
Wb twmalf Dio» men, wUo wera alUccep- 

■* 

9^fDBSM}A9 .—'A. ea8e has re— 
••■^ly oojfc* to light wbera a paymaster !n 
»«fteil States Army, at New O-leans, 



^ ^ S. FRANK, 

At^otntfj kt Law, 

0*Pranapt atteotioa Mid to CM»i»ing.Jgt 
febrnary 18th, 1S64. 

' « . ' w 



J. 



SI7MRAi:.L. 

ATTORNEY A 




LAW, 



fiilUftbe 



gai for life. 



We have ostabliahod 
pose of inducing Merchants to make their par 
obaaea Ucre ini«tead of elsewhere; and 
good* an booght onzor f^om vik«r SAimila thai, 
«B««»««tiWk; Br*©'""* 



WILL praetioe in tb«Coaitior]fMOBaa lad- 
Mningaoantiea. ^. 

jan 15,JS6P-lv mentof all articles in ho « 



B WOULD aK8PECXF0x*LY callI 3^-- C . F ]^ I S T B.IR, 

jonr attention to the above card, aOi^LliJi \ -i. , ' 

ATTORNEY AT CAW. 

tmSBE OK TSE WgST ntDM^jBOf OOVBT St. 
MA YST1I.I,B, iky:. 



this propositloii to Ucrofaanta: 
GoFemmentfor'$30,X J a d it on } Zbat wa wiUdapUoata any biU bougilit 
iv^P^fl*""^^ "J^*' ""™*»-- *B.Cte«li»*tl,«nd if.sooaaaz9 not what 

We have just roceired from Eaat 
80 niids. Choice now If. d. SVOAB; 
lO " Prime «« «« «• 
SOBbla. LovEaiKo'n Pbiladalphia REFINED 
SUGARS— Crashed, GrannUtad, Powder, 
ed and Coffee A. 



hatlwta ra 



[JL'J'niK.-^BaTa TOO e»ar 
walebad as ieial«4Mii( rormed? Too no- 
J^H^ ^ i»5Jt«»o oca dfop at a liroa until it 



on^orniorB. If tbe water 



was 1 



50 Bags rl'oice Yellow «te Bright QraanObTifEE 
cW. tba icicle rflmaioed clear, and spark- MOLA^SBS-Old and Now Crop;* 
led brighilv in tba son; but if the water , alt aizes, direct from Bo^' 
«Ma bat fliah|ly,nHiddj, ifaa ieicta VoA^ ton, Ia»t Cro^ IS«»; 

1} ISar asd iij Beauty j»aa vfoi}^.\ Al4 ao 40 KbvtlTewcaatle ENOLtBB SOD^; 

oar cbaraetara,jj^nuiMjB^B^^i«M.- Hula j Tim in «oxei , Caddies, Ac. 

. pQa Tittle tboagbt oTlUirng at a H^a adda , !ESA»— a Superior lot of all kinda, aelaetad lor 
^J(s iDflDeDce. If each thought ba para and | tjlis portion of tba Country. 

right, the sonl will be lovely, and 8p=«rkle j„,d^i;jj|„„^t^ V.^^^jU (j^^ 
wi!h happine**; but If ipipgra and w rong * «» wpir -iww w». uwy wrtrmnaa. we 

nil be fiual deformity aod wretohfed- 



I 



hMM»m ImcKMaortinaiKorFaiiay: 
ClOASS., at all prioea{ Fancy Wash and Shaving 



i 



±  bi tx 



- Alex. Lono's Speech — The Abnll- 
^li^st^ c^yiont.'Vjrucify h im"jb^OM|, Ifcr. 
liOD'g consents that ''as a choftl OT vn«** for 
wbieb thg^it ini t ti it uJ a itnwg deaira before 
■.::|||«Aa*»MlMBO«al'aNa»it»»'fni| nAx- 
iooaly awaitioog a favorable nppi^rmnity for 
being ananimoosly in faviir of a^»in. Tfiat 
*• is «H there is of their trciicherom outcry — 
Thcro^ts f(ot ore of them but will rej ice to 
"let tlie TTnioD slide" whenever" i bey think 
^'.tbey tap consent wilb "whole skins," or 
wbeoever they can 'screw their courage up!' 
Not ooa-br tbem bas illgllt«ai  idea of any- 

' 'TtI?'*'*'*' «*WKiw?i^A popil of tba Ab- 
«|!»M!«.faUe»iag jaxtraocdioary 

aaswers; 

•What is grstitudt?' 
•Grajuode. is the memory of tbe heart.' 
•What is hope? 

'^9f tatbe blonom q1 iUDDiiuM^' - - 
i.^ 'tSMtm ie a tcia jo^W.liQLlal^rib lo 
flower, and enjoyment is a trao with fruit.' 
,*Wi aM# alarnity?!^ 

'^i^afeWT^'*'**"^ yesterdaj or ^p-monroir, 
wiwmilllar no end ' / " 

^jS:*Wb t Is time?- 

^X. -f that haa two ends~a path which 
»Oa(|lDs ID the crrtdlo and enda in tHa tomb.' 
 • 'What is God?' 

«■ 4 "^u * necessary being, tba sum of atarni- 
ty, the mechanist of na^ara. the aye of ioa- 
g. ljce, tba watobipakar-af Aha auTarae, tbe 
•ool of the worldl' 

'Doa# Odd 'raaaoD?* 
:^^**»»«aaooe becansa be d )abt! ; he de- 
ha daemej|b^^|9,94 b nmnicieni; 
H^«ev«r doi»bt«. Ua4i|f9|ii^)|AI9ic raa- 

"""V . ri ^   

It la Mil a'lhtle ainiftflar that tha naaraat 
George Waahlngton. now living, 
3^ -4oldl airfmportant positioo in the rebel ar- 
my, and that tbe only son of Z ch^ry Tay- 
0  la also a leader in tbe entmv'd rauks. 



SOAPS; Whole and Ilalf Bozen new M. B. 
and Layer RAISIN;SABDIN£S;FIUS; 
PICKLES: PEAClfES, Covo aiid 

' in WxeB;.'se  t 25 lbs. boxea 

'* ' ""aaBOi^ C A KD' fES; 

CHEESE; CIIACKERS;' 

1NDIU ; MADUEi:; 
SPICES, gr;iiu an  a prouud; .\I.TJM; 
Bace ^ UrouoJ OlNUERiCUrPEBAS; 
BLACKIKO, Itraaafd aaaiill; BLApKINO 
BBCSIIES; FAtrbCTS; CIlOtAllOir. ^ound 
and in matte; OAPS; SUO-T; L^AD;, 
■' -f^T LOGWOOD; STABCtf;' 
UEliMAN SOAP; 
A largo variety of CAP, KOTE & LETTER FA- 
i ££; ENV£LOPi£S,bDffand while;  &o.  &c. 
In additioa to tba above, we oAsr indncc- 




14 ,1S«2. 

JTOHPr BI71L.1L.*S 



RECTIFIED WliI:}KY.' oldut Cincinnati prices. 
GINeEK WIKE. GIN, BRANDY, and with *: 
nfperior lot of OLD BOCKDON 'WOISKY 
atallpricea. BeepectfuHy, 

UOYD & RfOIAfiDSOK 



NEW CHINA, GLASS 

—AND — 

dueensware House ! I 



R. ALBERT, 
IMPORTER AND DEALER 

.0*Oj^4lHl%Kr^« OmfttiiitMtr SUrt, 



EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A labo« 

ANp W^LI. SCLKpTUD STOCK OV 



Tba wbole debt of the S'ate of Now York 
ircTudi'iig its national linbiliiies. is estinia- 
tpd at one thonsand millions of dollars — 
within a xiy-eight mllKaoa^of-tba value of 
all its real estate! 



The EmperoriMsximilian'a baalth: baa 
improved, and it ia stated that' ha' wi|h set 
cot for Mexico on tba 14tb of April. He 

.A*^«tadf aupilry diploipatift aod taioisteri- 

V#l appointmenta^-'.-;\i,.itj- 

• »aaB iM p|iia|initodoeati ?nt3 the 
svHfc laMed^st month f r( m 



^ ^^aod oi (Jev| 4l w^ 

I^Lilli'^ P'fraerston. It wa» plac : o i a 
2«tttfaM  raft, and was to be drawn to thd 
ra1lw.iy at-lion by a team of ibraa 'cle« 

- i^^r 

^sx,^ A. Dolcbniari'a beurt-rendi-rtng aolllnqny 
^Wf'bwt tb*.: 'She ioves S^ o^ Mickle 
'a??.''^?*,*J*** g't ■ cooplo tol 



Wm It not 0«a. B«r.k« who Kaid acme 
«*w, 'Id the U 




lowing addreaa was on the envel- 
leMer which pafse.i ihr..ogh the 
pesloflBce a day or two ago; 

O'er the hi *l9 and oVr ! he level 

Oarrr this iotter like tlie Jcvii; 
..Sioa't .«top fur driiik or oiUer rv.sv n 

Til) yoB flnU ay wue, Jai^ue.  ii«u  un- 
jjMaiaJiraitfnK wiib all the ij i:«iu.-« alia can 
■Htliraa ia Uilei. Mt.bijfau. ' 



FoRT0XE.— A celtfbratBil phlloaophar u.ied 
to s^iv, ■ i'tia lavors of luriuue are like steep 
recttt:*^l . laegtaa 'a« r ettmytag tbtogi 
Boont to the summit." 



K 

French and English Chmir, G'nss, 
QUEENS WARE& FANCY GOODS, 

in great variety, ns Va« e! . Toiiut tr'ets itv China, 
I'ariun M.irbic :ind Bohemain Oiaae, 
yet7el Uuxcf; Fancy nxtd Tiff 
Boaaa, Toy Tea Seu. eta. 

ofall )iuJitiee« . / 
WHITE, „ , J 

OBNA]t£NTBD AKDf 

fnrv^iLT. 

sa^er FlataA asd BritamdktM lets. 
Castors, Etc., 

Plated TnWc Ware: Ivorjr, V.t^ne nnd Wool 
JiaiiJlc I Forks and Knives Ki;i vos; Toa Trayji 
Bud VV.iitern, «t all »izjt  and varivtic», 

Zaiportad Bireat from the MannCKetoitea in 

E u K (  p i: . 

Also, the large an l moFi complete Htock of 

COAL OIL LAMPS,' 

of all Mixes n..il .■ :  lo  . fn'in 50 cents to f 10 each 

BONNER.-:, (MIIMN'EYS 

PA I'EK ^jMADES and WICKS; 

|Tha Vary B«at of PURB COAL OIL, 

' CANS, ETC.; 

all of which I will sell lor OASil at the VERY 
L   vV KS r CI NCIN.N A ri price-. 

fSr" Accouunoilttt lou to the woateof costom- 
ers, qiiiuk suleeand sniali ] r»fiuurc the covcru 
iofr prlntt2(jJa« «i' my b.ibiue»H. Culi. veajtiul 
juil/ - lur vuumelvexl J{. ALUEKT. 

.\ i.i-vi.l? Feb 4. 1S64. 



COIPOCKD GEDROA' BITTEBS! 

The Latent and Most Iniportant Discovery 
of tbe Nittetfi&aUi Century. . 

NO MAN'S -FrAirEBiiirORE iNtfrfAtELT 
coonecr««l with thabbttory ofthe Materia 
Medica of the United StaiaH, Or tnore favornhly 
known as ft hioneer in medical discovery, than 
thatof JOHN lil'LL, of Loiiisvilk-. Ky. Hi,, in- 
imitable i^repar-ition of 8ais(tparilla has lOng 
stood at the head of tlie various comnou.idn of 
that valuable drug. Iliseompouud rccloral ol 
Wild Chcrrv liAa bceomo a lAmacliold word 
ihronghoot the Woftt and SoaUt; and hia Worm 
LoaeBgatf;'^n )e etb«D a yeafrittr their lutro- 
dnction, attained a reptttatitin asi widcapread a» 
the continent of iVortt^ America. But tfaecnwn- 
inAirlorv of his lilorfOiains to be attained Inhis 
I;i'.C!-t di.-covcry, or ratlicr oombinalioM, for liu 
, doee not claim.to liave breii the discoverer ol 
CKDRON, wWcn i* tbi hfiHn of the Uiuer.-* now 
oQcrcd t-i the public. That honor boloiigs to the 
native inhabitants of Central America, to whom 
its virtnea have bean known for m- re than two 
haadiaa rnan- Amwd with it. the Indiaa bids 
de9ali6B to the most dendly malaria, and bandies 
wltb' nt fenr the most ven-»moaa u eip e nta. ft ii' 
jL bcliuf with ihoin tliat wbilatheta i» breiuh left 
in the body tlio Ccdron is potent toodre, DO mat- 
'icl * hilt tlic iliAeasc may be. 

Wliilc l r. Bull is notpropured to indorse thi.- 
 -.\; r.ivii(f;ini proten^iori, lie is' ne vcrtliole^H hatis- 
fieU I'roin a tlioroiigli cxam:nulion of lhe :videncc 
relating to its virtues, that, as a remedy and 
preventive f^r all dheasea Arising' from expo^iurc 
titfaer to changes of waatheir aAd climate or to 
the iniasoiaiio iufltionoew, ii stands without a 
rival, and jubtly deserves the renutation it haM 
so long eojuyea In Central America and tbe West 
lodiea. In 

DTSFXSPSIA 

and it* attendant train of symiitomn. it ai-ti* 
nioreliko a charm than a medtciiie. There Ix 
iHMldbirin tlia whole raage of the Materia iladicw 
that can for a moment bimt a comparison with 
it ill; tfaSa di. «a80. 

aVuH account of this wonderful plant mav be 
foundhi the eKveuth oditicn ot ilio U. S. Dia- 
penjiaW^im^ 1SS7 and l^^"). 

A iH;ri«»of expcrini'igts. in wi.i^li Dr. liull hs^ 
been fi r   ears cnesfied, has jiit-t been bronglit to 
tt i-uoce.t.-'liil tcritiinalioii , and he i.- now enabkid 
to Olfcr to the pui)lic u combination ofCcdron 
with other.improved ton. cm, the whole p eserved 
iif'be beittqaolHy oT c M»pkr-distilled Bnnrbon 
whisky, which be ia c ypn ^eut has no oquuJ i n 
tho world.* ■ 

He might furuir'h a volnme of ocrti iontox, bnt 
the pu'jlic have lone since Icaiiicl to c^ti.. ale 
 uch tilings at their trno vnluf. Tho safest plan 
is for every one to test for I imseH'lha virtuejof 
a aew nedicine. Give tho 

Cedron .ditters 

one trial, and you will never nso any others. 
, It ii« not necessary to publish n Ion;; li.-t cf dls- 
ea! cs for which tho Cednni IJilters are a !«pecitic, 
111 all discuses of tlio STOMACH, BOWELS, 
KlDiNEY.S. or LlVElt; 

in all affections of the BRAIN depending up- 
on der*Bgem mt of the Stomach or Bou-c1 : 
In GODT, RHEUMATISM de NEL'B^LUI A; 
And in FEVEU AND AGL'B: 
It is destined to sopersede all other remedies. 
It (not on*y cures all these diseases but it pre- 
vents them. - • 1 
A wine ulass full of the Bitters talcen nn hour 
boiore each meal will obviate lIu ill ellccts of the 
inoM . unlio^lihy climate and screen tho person 
taking it ugaluat disease nnder ibo moat try.-ng 

expoauro. . 

deld by I mg|ri»|a and Orooera,- generally, 
uf.*^ JOHN BULL'S Principal Office, Fifth 

SEATO ' d- VAlOVrACK. 
Cor. 2iid and Court i?lreuts. 
mar 7. O'M-ly M;i3.-\ illc. Ky. 

Come d MRra in tbd 6«ttter, 
Tiiat's what it means I 

SADDLERY. 

THEDNDEUSUiNED IS NOW SITUATED 
so ii togive lii-i undi vided attciit lun to the 
Manufactory i^l cvory article connected wiili lli - 

SADDLG AND HARNESS TRADE I 

lie has now on band and :n process of mukinir, u 
splendid aMMortniotit ofGentlotncn and Ladies' 
Saddle.-: Saddle Bag.-*; liiigjjty. Carriage, Uiako 
and .-iiilk y llarne« ; Wayi n and- flow Gear; 
Kidiii!/ r.ridle*, uuli l.'actinp, I'ort ond SnaiUu 
Hilis; Waggon, IJiiggAV Couch, Sulkey and Uid- 
ing Whi| s; Hog ajitf.-ICiftekin .CoJtars; Horse 
Covers, Hnitable for ad seusons; Lesiiher. W«b 
and B«pa^41a1t«r»; Woi^iM% Cotton and Homp 
Girthn; Red top and IrOn Arapt llHnie ; Dray 
and Cait llariicvs; in short every thing usuallv 
kej't in a .-^iiddiery Establi limenl, wiriub will be 
-old at Wli )le .i:e iind Itctail. at low price.-, to 
puiu'tual dealers; .'  pur cout olf lor ca ii. 

t^fAll Kcpairiiij; allciided to at once, at mv 
Old  lMB«l, on :iud Mtrael, to lind which. '-Com'c 
down In the Center," between .Mar ket Ofe Smton 

Mayaville, if urcb 26th. lS tS. 



GRAIN, GROCERY, 



COMMTSSIOW HOUSE 

'Corner of Srd ft Market Streeis« 
MAYSVILLB, ^ - KENTUCKY. 



IHAVE JUST OPENED A GRAIN, 
GROCERY AND COM M ISSION STOKE in 
the house formerly occupied by Ja.s. O. Brook- 
over, inJrtlr-east Corner of Third A: Market Sts. 

I will fiaV the highest market price in OASB 
or WHEAT. RYE and BARLEY. 

J have just re;M3Hed ft full stock of Qroeeriea, 
Bngi^r, Molasses, Coffee, Tea Rice, Flab, Tobacco, 

itb a general apsorl- 
rocery line: all war- 
ranted to bo of the best quality. My goods have 



l een bouj|l|te;$iclasively for C««h, and will be 
sold for Caab or Osniatry Produce, at very small 
prolita. • ' . . - 

J:.bave algo on band a Urgaatod|^« FB££ 
OLD BOURSoN whisky. "^T*"^' ' 

Commiaaion, Storaae A Forwarding ^BQIIiliftss 
attended to with proaaptnaa. ' - 
A. .AU persons desirous of gettiDj; the worth of 
■ tnelr money, will please give mo n call. 

jnnel9lh,lS6e. «KN I'lIIST En. 

CRUSHED, Powdered and Granola'ed Snear, 
Of beet low by 

jnne 19 Cor. 8rd  t MarL-fl' street.«. 

SYRUl'.— Philadelphia and Baltimore Syrups, 
in barrola, half harrrln and 10 zal.JvCgii, for 



sale low by 
June 19 



HKN PI1I:5TEK, 
Cor. 8rd  fc Market »troets. 



TOBACCO of all grades and pri"ct.. for sale 
By KEN I'llISTEIi. 
jane 19 Cor. Srd & Market streets. 



VINEGAR of the best quality, for sale by 
jnne 19. BEK PUISTER. 



I 7 1 SIX.— Mackerel and White Fish, in barrels, 
hf. barrels quart'^j- barrels and kits,ofbcst 

brands for sale at lowest rates hv - . ■ . 

Jane 19 *i 'BEN PglSTSR. 



21". 



NEW MACKEKrr,- 
ARRELSNO. 1 MACKEREL; 



do. 



20 Barrels No 3 
20 half barrela Ho 1 

20 " **. " S 

23 Qr " I 
25 •« «• « 
: M Kitts No 1 !  . 
2i  " " g 
Just received direct ftom Boston andfl» 
a small advance, 
At BEV PHW* B«. 



do. 

-do.-^ 

A6. 



tie at 



Mew Orain Store! 

HAVING I^etired from the firm of Ai.ex. 
I'owtR iSi Co., I will coi.linuo on iny o-.vi: 
account in llie Grain Trado, on Wa'i Street, no.v; 
door ;o Alex. Mad lox, and solicit all our old 
customers to give me a oall, aa I have a la-jfc 
nnailter of tSkckaand feel confident of my ability 
to give aulire aatiafaotion'tV all who may b*e 
pleased to deal afltli me. 

ALEX. I'OWEK. 
MayayiHe^Ky.. July 1, 1S68. 

^z'aidiiig All the G-o ! 

r HAVE LAT^j.Y BECiriVkD A LARGE 
1 variety of new SlyrtfwTAMP!*, which in 
ad liiion to my former atoek caablea me to offvr 
a creator variety of BRAIDING PAT i'ERS thau 
can bo fou^ti inill**  Jiity. . I Jtnn prepared to 

Stamp at Vmd^afi Jif^ or Clatkt 

in tba lae»4 atyle, on abort notice and at 
ttioderate rateib 

t^ff' Ladiks are invited to call and see my 
ATTKKN-. Mas. GEO. AiaiiUK, 

Maynvillc, Oct. 15. Sceo.id i-treet. 

JL. H. LiOIVG,~ 

. Comer of WaU ft 2iid Streets, 
MA'SrSVILLE, - JBi^m - -'j ^jfciiKiHtf iacg 

j ire 1! , l£f 2-ly 

THE HOWE" 



THE SEW POLEAIE& RETAIL 



§o;|tksi^ 2dbet Cpnrt & Market St 
G. A. & J. ¥^€CARTHEY. 



^xTE iwijotie* wrrn 

./V\i plea8uro,:tba EE- 
^COTALofour Stock of 
^ftYXf'A, ai.ASS 

to the building formerly oc- 
cupied byE. Mabti.s Sad- 
. . , dler, where we are opening 

a large and complete assorlihont of Goods, 
IMPORTED BY OURSELVES 

DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORl€S. 

Our stock is larire, containing great varieties of 

PT.Aiw WBITX, OOtD BAND AMD J-AITOT DKOOBATED 




vXcSS: COLOGNE BOTTL^^S: roiLET 

SETTS; FANCY AND STAPLE 
ARTICLES of every deicripUon; 

Silver Plat e4 , 

KNIVES,- FORKS, CABB BASfiETSi &c. 

2Ea TRATS; WAITERS; 

COAL OIL LAMPS of many vnriettes. 

While thanking the public and the trado for 
.Ute liberal encouriigement extendiid to ns in t'ac 
past, we h; rc tln-v "ill ii' t fcrsct to call and stc 
usatonrNEW ( IIIN.V STviHK. 

G. A. «fc J. E. McCaRTHEY, 
ni oitr£S8 or Eartrcnwarx, 
On South xide 9d Mreet. 
MavBville, Ky., January 7th.1 8'64. ' 

fiSlDARD HOUSE, 

CORNER OF MATiKET* FRONT, STS 

Opposite Steamboat Landing, 
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 

MrH. E. F. FLEHIJiG, Proprletreas. 

THIS well known Hotpl, haa been re 
paired «nd retitted in a superior manner 
and Is I ow open to the public. 

'I'lic Propnetros-* rccunily ot Fox Sprinsrs, so- 
licits ttie patronajicnt tho Iravelin? community. 
Xo pains will t j spared to give satiafucUon to 
the irnestaof the honmi. • 

e^rstageii leave daily for Ul polnUi In the in 
lerior. Urn. B. F, FLBMIKG. 

Feb. lS-«ra 



y - l -..j l 4:^ig 

Ttaryam, intw in  8PLEi,Di»»T«Air-. 
This flne Rtaamer ji uji wm ,. ^ 
wat bnllt e*. Cisch. 



J.H. PBATHEX, Commander. "^^J 

LB W . MO BR18, Clerk . 
^ Leaves foot of Walnnt8t.,for Mavsvlll. . 
Monday , Wednesday and Friday, at iao.cLV"'5y 



Leaves May^villo for Cincinnati, .ve^^^'ij 
day, Thursday and Saturday, 10' o^clocY A ? 
^-For Freight or Passaee apply on h'^f", 
«iiAUAM; te MciNEELY. ^^'^ **° °o« J,o» 



Cincinnati. Mays /IHe and PortsmoutH 
REGULAR TRl WEEKLY PACSBT 

Captain Wir . MoCladt, Coaacander. will bm. 

tinuc in the above trade, leav:i,jrCinciana«a«»». 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and PoJS 
mouth Bvery Monday, Wednesday and FridiT 
at 12 M. Stopping at Mayaville either wY,' 
between the boura of 5 and 7 P. M ^ 

B. O. XOSS. WK.COIVH 

ROSS & COLVIN 

iOOSUIGIAIII OIIAMIItIi 

Skop.on 2nd StriM.'hirer Ourney'a Meat Bun 
MAYSVILLE, KEMTUjia^S; 

GRAINING. OJLDtiro, GLAZING and 
PAPER nAN(lnrG,aonein the latest and 
most approved «»la, aodaHth^iepatth. . 

itt«aniiA,.Mat3.'/.^.'   



DENNISON H8USE 

Fifth street, bet. Main ft Sfoamore, 

ci^NQ iH i^ATI . OH rp^ 



J 



CORBIN tfA^hKiffiB,) i , 




JR E M ^ L 

GEORGE ARTHUR 

B£^6F & Gonf ectioaer 

'■ AND DEALER IN 

Fruits, Nuts, Toys, 

F.A-iyCY OOOOS, Ace, 

Han removed bis Stock to 

iraii|r« & FUNT»S Old stand, on 

Where ha will be pleased to see fend watt npon all 
Mayaville, Ky.,'April 9th, 1885. ^ 



JOHN A. ,S£ATON, i. B. BRUDBIGK 
WHOLESALE &B^AlL 
AND DEALEKS IN 

MEDICINES, CHEMIGALS, 
Paints, toils, aiaaA, Sbo. 

CORNEK SECOND COURT STS. 



SEWING MACHINE! 



I 



IIAVK .II^ST l.'EOI'TVKD A NFW LOT OF 
I UK CKI.KBKATKl) lIOwK SEWING 
M.VCIl INE . divert from ihc .MannlV.cturer, iind 
wi 1 1 sell I licni a t i lie lowi-st pn^iM.,. r..ic for Cash. 
These AlHC.hi.n^c.  arc adapted lor heavy as well as 
ihe KnCHt sCwing. Call andexnmincthom ut the 
ra-idcuto of S. («hooklet, on Short street. 

_ Mbs. A. J. SMITH, Agent. 

. ^"Nekole* avd Stool Thbeaos can bo had 
at S. Su.'oai.KT's Store, on Market street. 
Maysville, Ky., Feb. 25th, 1365. 



Seaton & Brodmk, 

AUTHORfZEO AGENTS Fok 




ilOS. F. PERRIE, 7 r-aoraiaTOBi. 

rlflS POPULAR HOTEL HAS BEEN RE- 
PA DIED and KKFITTKD THROUGHOUT, 
and i^ now ojicn to the Public. The Proprietors, 
recently of tlio "lioddard Hon e," Majsvihe, 
K'v.. X. licit tbi' patronage of the traveliin (coni- 
murity, and especially of those KenliickiuiiB to 
wboni they have been known ok the hosts of th» 
VTod lur *. No paina will be f | ared togivesatir 
fa a U o at e a a » a q rga— t of the House. 

COkBIN OALLEHEB, 
JOS. F. PEKKIB. 
Cinclsnati, O., Dec. 4tb, 1862. 



S. SALOMON, 

WATCHMAKER, 

GoDOARD House BuiLoiNe, 

. -MCmarlciB*- »^ip-eet. 

May 7, 18«3-ly MAYSVILLE. KT. 

PIC Kf.E.s, CAT.SUP.S, SAUCES Ac 

IN GMEAT VARIETY. SUCd AS; 
CUCUMBER. .. .... 

CAl.lFLOWER, 
PICCALILLI, 
CllOW-CMOW, 

TCMAI O CATSUP, 
■'■  OYS PER CaTSITP, 

. CCMBEKLAND SAUCB. 
KKENCH JMUSTAKD. 
■9 FieUKMind Spiced Oysters ttc.  fec. 
.   .- .Faraaleby. 
., GEORGE ARTHUR, 

aprtl 80 Second Street, 

NE W BO OK.S. 

'by Ike Mar 

Ilnnnah Thurston, hy Bayard Taylor, 
Talcf. of a Waybide Inn, by Longlellea 

Ilu.sks. hy Marion llarhind. 1 50 



1%/ry Farm at Edgewood, 
111 vel |i M 
1 5§ 

Talcf. of a Waybide Inn, "by Lon'gl^Uew. 1 tS 
Hu.sks. hy Marion llarhind. 
I he r.inp of Araasis, by Bnlwer 1 25 

Lo II I iV Li ft Term, by Authorof Batledgd 1 60 
Soundii'gs from the Atlantic, Uolmea I 25 
Gentlemen's Book of E^iquette 150 
Beaotie.''of English Poetry » ; t e,rj 4 OO 
Eveninir.s with tho Poets ' 4 00 

LonstlllowV Poema. Cabinet ediUon 2 50 
Heaven OurMometAc' 1 M 

^"Tbe above, with numerons other new and 
valuable publications, jn -t received by 

G. W BLATfERM AN, 
BookseUere. SOkend Street. 



9lMlItT:'-4Ual fldaiity mty if lartt 
JMt:b i^itt %H xh» heart. They only deny 
power wbo lieTer lured a 
^^^kf^n^ to laaka.a rrlead bappj- 




K — He who 



wou'd ba 



ai.d ongibml thouubl. 



ricb in 
ill not 



allow a dew-drop lo gli.ten in'tha meriHi.a ^ *^r*-. f oryww^wlroo .^c ^ r»-, c. i.nlly 
I.I . . "a ; solicited, , £LiU:i. JA.CS.:i 



''pUE UNntUSiGNEO WOULD RE- 

S|co-lii,lv inli.rin liif I'ricud- and the pub- 
lic thai tio h-s JltiL-d Up ihetxieiisivu and cum- 
in udiuas 

LIVEIIY A.ND SALE STABLES, 

— •feet, in the building furmcrly oc- 

enmedby feuicc, fi ll„ & Holton, us a W'Uv\,i- 
Srii?^ /J*'**'^''®' ""•"•^'''"tclv oppt-Mie -.he 
Ooddard Jloa^ When, be wdl b„ »i«ll ii,ne . 

li';';?;"'?i^/5'i?L''h?,"«-*«* weH eap.iri.oned 
lllKt BUO«l*8 itc., For 

I wi.l.alao, at all lima^be pre^aaBitofeaaand 
keep botwMn^ly or in dri ve» up.,n reaeonuble 
t«niia. Mv »tublcs are eouveniei t to tiic Steam- 
boat Landing, and to tbe hu3ine^« i urtivu ot' t)i« 

I f til 

jacr.- on 



300,000 MORE MEN WaNTEDI 

POMEROr CO.V.L,! ! 

CONSTaKTLYou band and for side on Toin- 
niis?iou by CII.\RLK.-S PHI ST Kit. 

Maysvil.e, ilurch 17lh, S04-U 

rWOULDjaJl4hei(tteution of Merchants to 
my newVfbkk orSt*^lmrGo«vl.«, niaiMiia !tnrud 

lor me to order, and delected by ni\ wit' wiih 
cure. a', the loweKt price:* for Ca^. 1 wiii make 
ii t.o }-onr intcre) t lu iniichase of me 1 am pre- 
pared i.. l\irlii-h t'XLia .«rzjr'. 

■e^ Pie«^ eull and ex.iiuine my stoijt. 

Mayaville, Marvh-lV^^ni. S. S. 11 ,NEB. 



WIIEELEIi & WILSO.N'S 

Sewing Machines! 

Awnrde 1 trio Fir-Kt PreiTiium as the best 

Family Sewing Machine, 

Koi itireo ."inccoss-ivo ycar.s ul i.he 

UNITED STATES FAIR; 

For ^ve ynar.s at the 

;^*''iifirHA'«rics» iNSTi"n^ 



^TH IMPROVBICSfinSi 



UEMMER; 

CUBOfRK  ft BSAIDEB. 

— Art»0— 

Af A CHINE NEED LE6. COTTONS, fw. 
|ari! or 

1. B-. GIBSON, Agent. 

TiLLfc-UKAFH OFFICE, 
feb. 4°.h, 1664. MAV .vir.LE. 



BOOKS -AKD STAilONEKY ! 



solicited. ' , ' TUOi. 

MaTaviUo, Feb. 11, fS^A'Sa. 



IMra rariteriotu pbeno.Tu-na 
of natnre witbiu and without bint lu occur 
and not acquire ;ratb Ijjr severe yetdeti^tji ' 
/qi acrutinyv t 

„ r . ' — ^ A (j,.raci;i.lg f..;-iheScut4. 

The Pi.i.w —It is I.OI known where be i F,"aiVT;\nfe Directory 
•vwlo wv«i:led th.- plow waa barn, or where j Fmit Bo'V 
^ b«^ta{ yet he has iffecred more (or tne j Vino Drc-k r s Nfannat 

bappto'h-s uT tbeitorld tbao the whole race ) Struwberry and L'tt-j.berry CnUare 



or.hcroe« aiid cvt^uerora who have dreocbad i 



Books on Gardening, &c. 

THK .American Hnroe Gacdaa'. Wat.on. 
lj,.rJci;i.ii? fxr tlio South Wiiito. 

:"BBist. 
Barr\ . 
lloope. 
Beemeiin. 
Pardee. 



CANDLES.— Star A Snianior Mould Candles I 
of bctuaalily, at BEK PUlSTEiTS 

Just Received 

AN ASSOltr:il£NT OF sro\« WARE ! 
At-.jO; ljU'a FiiANlv o 

^•J^^TbaUiiiictir^JSf^^ 



UF nndemign^l wonld rf»poctf'illy annjnnce 
_ titai having m»do e'ileiifive udiliiiiotM to 
their e 'ial lirliiin.iit uiid t-tcck ofgi odi*. I hny are 
iiow  prurturol to uirWi!-!! ull umdcs in their line 
us favorably uh aiiv huuj e in Ciiiciiii.ali. l ur 
g"od» arc a'J bDnght |. f Cash, direct from the 
mnnnfucturere in the £u»t 



HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND^FULL 
Mfsonnicnt of thc.-c most CELEBRATED 
and RELIABLE Seeds direct from Philadelphia. 
I hoy wouUl call special aitentitn to the fact that 
1 hoy are l^andrcth',.^ KKGULAii AGENTS, and 
the .-eed.s of.niiDc; i ii:tcri,v from him can beie- 
hcd on. PEAS, BEANS and CORN for ealo b\ 
the quart or gallon. 

I5ief"L8n«ireth'a Kur.al Register and Almanac 
-OKATM. [Feb. n , 1864. 

rams STINE woir|| e^g «t«iJlr inform his 
ji cn^flomers and friends tha*. he has removed 
to C^dwalladeiM Ballding; In tbe room temeriv 
occupied by tbeTelagrapn UIBoe. ^ ' 

Fan and ^$^^f er Goods ! 
LOUIS StiNE 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

ANI  (;ENT8 rUltNIsiIEK, 

SECOND STRBBl, MAYSVILLE KT. 

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A 
Cjp)ice awotlmeiu of a' 1 Seasonable Poods 
in Ills line, which he is prepared to dispo.-(e of at 

v«mT**r^"'*I**'Ll'^^^'' '' »oH«it»«ca!i 
•'om hm tnenda and pledges his beet eff ^ to 

LOOTS RTIXE. 



FAMILY GROCERY STORE, 

No 23, west-side Market «t., 

GAT.BnKATire) ' . _ 

Old Stand, f MAXSVlI.iE KY. 

JUST received a^lnrge atoefe of.Ftemffy.And- 
tj Assorted Groceries, sacli aa 

Syrnp, Coff-etr, ITeas, Mackorel, 
F ish. N utmeps, Spic(   , Candlca. Wil- 
low nnd Wooden Ware, Br^otta, 
Tobncco, Ci^nrs, Ac., Ac. 
Having bought all iny Goods for cash, and my 
motto being -Quick Sales andSmali, PaoriTS." 
I can assure nil who may.ghte, nioa'eaU,the 
cl)eape.«t Groccriea iu the city 

^-Tlra ^t.nn)Uitx qfj;QAL OIL always on 
hand and foV^ale at'tbe lowest market price. 
„ „ „. Aw B. COCHBAN. 

?•„ r?'^ y®"*" ^•'l Bonrljon on tan, and tbe 
ocsiotall kinds of Liquors constantly on hand. 
Mayaville, Ky.. March 19, 1868. A. B. C. 



giVtf SutieiautiOtl^ 

. October 1 . l;/!3 




For Iti i i, 
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Maysville weekly bulletin (Maysville, Ky.), 1864-05-06

4 pages, edition 01

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  Published in Maysville, Kentucky by Ross & Rosser
   Mason County (The Bluegrass Region)