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THE BULLETIN. 

rUBLISIEED XVEBY THUE8DAY BY 



Tor the West Chester (Penn.)Jeffer8oni«n. 
ANTI-aLA VERY GAINS. • 

Fr6e Soil and Slave Soil. 

lit 

Mb. IEditob: — I' btva  c*lV8eted s'faw 
faots and figtiras,' wliiehi I prssMt ta..7oar 
t«8d«n,tbsi tbojr May k« emUsd toaodsr- 
•tM* tiM i|iMftio»af n&MMi Aggn uhmt : 
BO naooh talked of, k/ore ths war. I hope 
if tb«j meat tbs; eya.oC booast Rapoblioaos. 
they will giva tb«m .lb«ir atlfption.' Truth 
and jastice ever will prarsil against fa)ae- 
bood and inju!*tica. 

The war pf 1776 which restJted in the 
TndependeDce of America, waa began boi 
with the porpoie of sepsratln^ the colonics 
rrom the mother couotry, thatdid not enter 
into the de^igo^pf the patriots of that day. 
TEov SMT* not M the outset revoliHioniat* nor 



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|:9~The followtng briet bistonroriifil iafhm 
the pen of Barry Gornwalli 

d^wae^v. Wttbin * eort^iiM^. vM^t 
(o AlaniM^lb ptrhnm, 
A ladylaUaipCtiltottattA V 

Da; oloaed. A cblld bad teevtttk Pff^ 
But for the mother fair and bright, 



Sfatog oama. The mother'a ^rava 
4^ near U o(k.4aMsjprM4P» 
AgiMilaboywMithonilrtlbl 

T^i^flad.'^ HeiworaamaDly-faea, 
And'atroggl^ n the world*a IM^ iMa,' 
Atti wMaeiM a lofty plasa.' '   

And then be died I BcboM bajToBlvya 

Bnmanit ''A sum and glory, 

li^m^ Daatfa,and dl thtfo ia of g^ory. 



grata, 




cooqaered tbair freedom and their Inde- 
pendence. 

Besides the thirteen colonies wliich re- 
volted, there were other British possersfons 
In America; there were Nova Scotia, New 
Brooswick. and Upper yd Lower CsDada. 
Bat these refused to join with the thirteen 
colonies, and to this ^ay thaj are under 
British dominion*. 

Tba war wM'earri^if ori/a'nd loidep^'n- 



ew 

nd 



SPRINa. 

Come, gentle, apirit-Ianghing Spring, 

Oh, baaten with thy magic waod! 
.^mtlrary beait new g1adr.e '.abiiog, 

Aad apread r^oieing through tba laadi 

Brtag vaMlvre for tbe moastain bAak, 

Give tfre unto the fading cje, 
Kew bealih onto tba waaling cfaosk, 
fialt moonligbta in a parpla aky; 



Ged bleaa the wivaa, 

They flII onr Mven 
"With li ttTe bees add honey t 

They ease life'. « shocks, 

They mend onr aocka. 
Bat— ddttH they apeard Uw mltn»f1 

When we are 
They heal os qoiek— 
^bat ia, if they lava as; 

If not, wo die, 
And yet they cry, 
^^Lai |-aiaa;itaibatonea ibova A. 



tVHAT A Fbbitost JomtirAt. Tfffmcfl.— 
Kever before have we felt a depression ecfaal 
to that which as^aila ua at this moment. — 



Jeoea finally 8 ^qu!r«l Mew York, N( 
ersey, Pennsy lvanis,"Dsi*"'*re, Mar/Ian 

Virjioia, Norifi and South Carolina, Geor- 
gia, and* (be New EA^Iand States, then but 
four 'n number, viz: New llaropsbire, Mas- 
sacboiietta, Connecticnt and Rhode Island. — 
Tbes^e constituted the origininal thirtedo 
States, and all the other statea now in tba 
, tInioD are' Initebted to them for their posi- 
^ tion aa Stsfes id the Union. 

Th'a Territory ar^ntredVlth Yrtdapen- 
denee froni Orcat Uriiair, extended from 
New BruDswicli and tbe Canadaf on the 
•North, to the Northern boundary of Florida 
on tbe Souib, and from the Atlantic Ocean 
OD the Gait, to tba Mississippi Uiver and 
Lonisiaoa Territory on the Wast. 

The area of this domain, is upwards of 
804.000 s^uar« milea—ait'East of tba Mis- 
sissippi Biver. 

Tba territory lying to tba west of the 
Miseinlppi Hirer, wss at tbe time of the 
American Revolution under the dominion 
of Prancd and Spain; it extends from the 
British pos;cssioti» on the North, to the Rio 
Grande on the South, and to the Pacifls 
Oceac on tbe West, and including Oregon 
and California, contains an area of over 2,- 
000.000 of rqoara miles. TbeUnited States 
at this TQomeOt claim dominion' over all 
this vast tract of country from tba Atlantio 
to tha Pacific, embfadlFs an area (ioelnding 
floridl parehas8d In )9n)) of aboui 2.900,- 
000 sqaare miles. 

At tbe datp of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence, all this immense territory was 
slave territory, and every aigner of the 
Declaration of Independence-'the signer 
from Massschuaetts equally with the signer 
from Sooth CarolTua — was either himself a 
slaveholder, or w s tba raprMaotattva of 
slaveboldera. 

During tbe period from the close of the 
Revolution to the year 1799, sisvery waa 
aboliahed Pennsylvania, and the State:) 



tha jealousy of New England towards 
Soutbefn acqaiaitioo, Tax^s was ceaded to 
Spain, as part of the consideration for Flori 
da. So that while we gained but 69,000 
squara milaa aiith Florida, we gave away in 
Texaa and . Neat. MaxJcsQ Territory, over 
SOO.OOf.) square miles. 

Ill iSaOi. M iawAriiwili*' .for Mdmiasion 
lot* «b4 VbiM M • State, bat having a 
ala««ry oomtitation, and though formed oitt 
of the Louittana territory, which by the treaty 
of purchase toith France was guarantied aa 
slave tenitory, tbe New England faction 
raised a violent opposition to its admission 
with ita sisvery constitution, and the agita- 
tion was sneh, that the safety of the Union 
was then greatly endangered. Tha qnea- 
tion was however for a time sett)ad«%y the 
adaaiBaioKof llia8ewi»»a .aiavji ataU. but 
with uprmtto, oallad tba JCi88»Mrt' Oampro- 
miae^hf which it !»ai afcraad» tltat from that 
time, alavery shoold -ba . prohibited (Mis- 
aonri beSag excepted) north of trie latitude 
of 36 deg. 30 min ; and that no state should 
be admitted with slavery formed in terri- 
tory north of that line. Free states might 
be admitted from south, but no slave state 
state from north of that line. It waa at this 
date (1820) that tb* ^fesrfaW doctrine was 
first broaefaods thoo It was. that saotiooalism 
originatad. Tkia eompramiae Jejfermm de- 
NMMcad at "the deatJi-knell of the Orion." 

T^zas, as above stated, formed a part of 
(be Louisiana purchase, and having been 
oeeded to Spain, on tbe purchase of Florida, ; 
and being attached to Mfxico, with the suc- 
cess of tbe Mexican Revolatioo^ became one 
of tbe Mexican States; .nftarwarda, by her 
own revolution she hanama la.tmiti*' iode- 
pendent of Mexico, and waa than ra-«aiiaz- 
ed to the Doited Statae. 

The Mextcae taar followed, and Oali- 
foroia was aoqoired and purchased from 
M«zieo,and was admitted into the Union. 

Now, what wai tbe relative proportion of 
free and slave territory of the United Slates 
at the date of Lincoln's election? 

Tbe proportion of slave to free territory 
(I include tbe entire area, whether stales or 
territoriea) west of the Mississippi, waa as 
followa: ' '-^ . ■ : 

Emire area, say aheat %fiQ%fi¥t a. m. 

Ur^ hisi at tnedate of Linooln elea- 

tion the area of free territory 
waa l,S35,25l s. m. 

The area of ilavt territory waa 631 464 a. m. 



2,016,715 6. m. 
square miles of 



Three years have now elapsed since the i to tbe East and North ot it. So at that 
commencement of tbe war. A debt of six- I Utter dale, seven of the original thirteen 
teen bondred millions stares nS in the face;! States bad become free States, and six re- 
and nearly half a million of nur soldiers msiced slave States 



have been utterly used up. Tbe elastic 
'liopa which buoyed the earlier stages of the 
.Mrangla has largely faded out, while, so far 
iaeib^GftBredeiatea are coocerned, they .are 



better off to day, to sastatn three year8 Uloaaia of several •ftthethtrteen 8tataa~as 
more of eontaat,' then at any previous period foltoars: Tbe territories of Vermont and 
of tbe war. The manufactories they a: first Maine, which were tha domain ot No 
required are now conatructed; agricohore York amd Massachusetts, respectively, were 
and tbe science of subsistence have taken a admitted into the Union as free Siaies, Ver 
settled shape: and all the suCferingj and 



Previous' to tha year 1803, the United 
Statea held no territory weat of tbe Missis- 
sippi' Biver, and the territory eaat of that 
River, aoi orgaoisad fato.Statea. wea the 



tacrifioes which are necessary to seasoo a 
people to exploit, have been endured. — 
Moreover, ibey feel that tbe period of pro- 
bation which fereign powers limit for strug- 
gling popolationo to earn the name of na- 
tionality, ia Very nearly op. Is it not, there 

' fon. p^iTlfnl, nay, alarming, that, at socb a 
crisis, mediocrity and doulAfol purposes 
should wield the entire tfway? Yetaucb is 
tbe caser and as we dwell upon it, we are 
almost driven to believe thai God not only | 
ia not with ns but against us. lie has con - | 
founded our judgments, divided our coun- 
cils, and delivered us into tbe hands of the 
feeble, tbe faint-hearted aod the bliod. - 

^Wte^BpltH. ^ 

EiKO Georck and Kwe Abbsbax. — To 
ahow. how. closely oar gpyeromeot baa copied 

'^Ihm eeta oftbefidtiah King towarda oar Ba 
nhitioBavy (atfaars. we quote the ebarges 
tbey made against King George as follows: 
"lie caused a stamp act to be piased. He 
made the military above the civil power 
He sent men into banisroment and exile 

' without authority or law. He excited tbe 
tM'groes to issurrectTOD. Ua disregarded 
fie coostilulions and laws of tbe colonies." 

V Hat not Abraks m Qcpln doqs si I this, aad 
oven moiio,.«od. wowal -, Jl^ijtrathful wUn 
%7Ht Setfyit^' These sets drove oor patriotic 
BhCcBlcrs into rebellion, and the whole 
civilized world held them just Bed theieir. 
But we submit to thef e tyritnnical acts in 
the hope that tbe people w:il remedy and 
reform them by peaceful meai.s — through 
tbe bstTot-box. As long as that hope ox- 
exiata,aQd aa :k ag as tbe ballot l oz is free, 
BO leag will tyiawa^ b« , t«|ecat«d. Sat ^il 
the great rifht.«lsoffra'9« ahaHke Mrionly 
infrin »vd, if a diapoeition be shown to take 
awavlr(mi«*r people that great pelUdiam 
Of tbeTrirbeYlles, enbnlisslon wttt become a 
crime- Mid a disgrace. I#e« mefi in power 

r illAvx D««BBrion8. — A Detroit paper 
tneeliotte a gentleman of a statiatical turn 
of mind who baa kept a careful record of 
tbe desartions from tbe rebel army since 
the first Bull roo, aa they have been report- 
ad in the jnuruais from time to time, and 
tiM aota total ahows tbst three miliieo and 
*■ Area hbodred tbooaand rebel soliieia have 
' aWndooed tba eonfa^araey aad eoma with- 
%m lines. 



— A ■aiaebiavooa brain hatebaa a great many 
febebooda, but.OwAmiAiCaonot geBacaliy 



mont 1791. and Maine aa a baisnoe to Mis- 
aouri, in 182 J. 

Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wis- 
consin, and part of Mionesotav fbrhring what 
was known as tlie North-west territory, was 
tbe'domain of Virginia, aod was slave ter- 
ritory. , 

Kenluckv, was likewise tbe property of 
Virginia; Tennessee, of Nonli Carolina; 
Misaissippi and Alabama, of Georgia and 
South Carolinar'. " * : 

In 1783. Virgioiaof her own free will and 
without price, ceedad the North-west terri- 
tory to the United S'.rtles. 

Th 6 immense domain, in area equal to 
260,000 square miles, was by consent of Vir- 
ginia, divided iuto five free S'.atas, n.s^atated 
al ove viz: Onio, Indiana, Illinois Michigan 
and Wisconsin, and part of Minnesota; about 
one third part of tbia Uttar^^^,. la of that 
Virginia territory. 

Tbo aggregate area of all the fi«e stetee eas« of 

tbe Mi-.-i !^ ippi Kiver, is 468,888 sq. miles, 
or which Pennsylvania, Now 

York. New Jefway, and tlie 

Naw ERzlundStatoa,togelber 

contain out, 163,435 sq. miles 

And tlie other States of Ohio, 

Indiana, l.linoiH, .MishieaU, 

Wi««ou:«in, an t part oi Min 

TMaoXA all don jtwlhy Virgiitit. 

eanUdn. together an area of MO JIT eq. aailes 

Aggregating to 48«,««8 sq. miles 

ALI  of which was FOBMKBLT SLAVS tkb- 
BITUBT, EOT KOW Al l. KHKK TBElilToaY. 

It is thus seen, ho* VIRGINIA is en- 
titled to the once endt-aring appellation, Oi 
MOTUEK OF 8 PATES;" it ia alao saM thit 
Qt^p VIRGINIA has donsted of her o *n 
territory aod of her own free will, an ttUx 
greater iu extent (by nearly lOO.OOO sqt(afe 
miles) tban tha total area of tbe BMU «Af 
New York. New Jersey. Penoaylvaaia and 
tbe six .New England States. 

Does tba donation of this Immense do- 
main, the consenting that it shall l e a free 
territory, eabibii a spirit of aggression on 
tbe part of tbe slave power? 

XjBt nan who desire to be jastfofl who are 
seavebing alter truth read Ib i e awr a y W laotr 
and ponder well over theor.- 

Itf nOKi'tk* h eaiafaaa territory waa pnr 
ebased from Franee-^rtiis coBPpriaad Texas, 
and all the territory of tba Bnite«T Stete*. 
We«t of tbe Misaissippi River, with the eZ 
caption of the Cilifornia porohaav. and con- 
tained aboni 1.500 000 Mioai».:f|i|aB& all of 
which waa slave territory. 

At the lime of the purchase of Florida 
from SpoiDi Itt UOfij snd-ia^owior t^V^^Uimnra 



Total square miles 

Tbia area of 1.335,251 
free territory, ia divided into ibe following 
Statea, or torritoriisa Wb* formed fiitb atates, 
vis: Iowa, Mioneaota, Kansas, Nebraska, 
Daeotsb, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, 
Oregon, Washington and California, twelve 
stales, or to form at least twelve state*, with 
at least twenty four United Stales Senators. 

The area of 681 461 square miles of slave 
territory, is divided into Missouri, Arkan- 
sas, Louisiana, Texas, (Indian Territory,) 
New Mexico and Arizona, six states or to 
form six with but twslv* Benatar*. To sum 
up, we have a total area, Altai 

East ofMlariaairat IQvar S04 009 a. m. 

Weat « t* 0,000,000 a. m. 



Total 0,804,000 a. m. 

Tui8,^HiaK ox V9B ms wAa au, aba v b 
TSBBtTOBT, atood aa follows, at the dato of 

Lincoln's election: 

Free soil East of Misbiaaippi Si ver 466 ,66S a. m. 
VieeaaUWeet " l,83a,2£l a. m. 

Total Fr«a soli 1,801,914 «. m. 

Slave soil Eiist 3f Mlsdaalppi Biver 4 ir,T548.m. 
Slave soil Wed t " " GSl,46t!i. m. 



Total alavo slave aoil 



1,123,315 a. m. 



Exosaa of free aoil at tbe date of 

l.inc«li's oiectiou 679,699 s. m. 

AMD SBOWIHO A OAIM OF PBBB BOIb FOBTBB 

NoBTR BXiicB THB DBOLasattoiT or IUDX- 
FBKDAsrcB, ss follows: 
Total, Dec. IS80, area of the V. 
8u.es, which was ull »Iave aoil, 
July 4, 1776 2,804000 s.m. 

Total area ut sUvc soil, Dec. 1 SCO 1 ,lSSi;U6a- m. 



Total friiin of free soil for the 
North from the Decl.iraiion of 
Indeiiaiideijce to Lincolu'a oloc- 
tion 1 ,631,735 8. m. 

D ) these figures show Southern aggrea-   
sions? But, let os look a little further, the ' 
majoritiea in Congress, of-free stete Bepre- 
sentetivee, over slave atato Representatives, 
wdi 

In 1811—25, 

In lSi2-84, 
In 1882—42, 
In 1842-43. 

Ill 1S5J — 57, 

A majority which more than doubled itseif 
in 40 years. Do these fignrea allow «ggres- 
aions of tbe South? 

Sbvuld not these 6)tares sathfy iM^ilBing 
minds that the Sbath had not been aggres- 
five?- Bat what have tbe North to aay Jo 
justification of the rafosal long before the 
war of many of the Northern States to sur- 
render fu^ilivb slaves as required by the 
Constitution of the United Stales? What 
have Northern Governors and Northern 
Legislators, sworn to support the Oonstitu- 



TEtE RED RIVI9R igXPBDITION. 
Further FarticuJara of tit,- Fiid$f:«l i)efeat at 

Orakd Ei;te«, lia^'April 11. 
Wa left Natitocbes on the tnorning of 
April 6tb", and marched until nearly dark, 
when We encamped in a pine forest. On the 
moroin» of the 7th, we started a^ain, and 
reached the town of Pleasant Hill about 5 
o'clock. This was tba fl at open piece of 
cnantry that we had found ainee we left 
Nstehitoiehes, and that was only a mile 
sqoare. The cavalry ind beira ia a brisk 
sicirmlsfi during the afteraooof. About fifty 
wounded men were brooshi la,'iilft'Blloa- 
pital was established. " ~ 

At 2 o'clock on the morning of the 8tb. 
the 1st brisade of our division, comriosed of 
the 19th Kentucky, 77th Illinois. 23d Wis- 
consin, and 67th Indiana, numbering about 
1.500 men, was started in advance, and by 
daylight commenced akihsiabing with the 
enemy.' We (tbe Chioage Her«h«ntile Bat- 
tery.) storted atdsy.break yrlth tbe 2d brig- 
ade and tKe Sd division, numbering about 
2.500 or 6^,000 men and marched through 
dense timber until 3 o'clock in the afternoon, 
when we were ordered to the front. To 
get to where the fighting was in progress, ws 
bad to pass tbe whole train of Lee** cavalry 
division, numbering 800 wagons; and as 
there was only one road throogh tbe tfnitber, 
tbey were polled ap to our aide, and we 
went by them on a gallop, with onr gnns, 
eaisioos, bsttery-wagon, and forge. We 
had Just pasaed the train when we came to 
an opening about s mile square, anl on the 
opposite side were oar men eoga^ed in skir- 
mishing, j 
By this time our whole division waa iu 
action, and a brisads of tbe 31 division. — 
We crossed tbe field, took a position near 
tbs edge of tbe opposite woods, and had 
just got in a battery, when we heard a ter- 
rible yelt, afad ah«r a Ihife of rebala, nnbro- 
ken, charging on onr eshamted mea, who 
had been skirmishing sH ^ay, fend Had only 
a few rounds of ammunition laft. 

Then came a wither'n;T volley of mus- 
ketry, and then our poor boys commenced a 
retreat, but not in order, for there were not 
men enough left to form a line. We wait- 
ed a few moments, until our men bad pas- 
sed as, aod eommeoee'1 firing opoo the rebel 
lines bat coold not stop their progress, and 
wo soon received orders from Col. Land rum 
to limber up aod leave, if we ever expected 
to get our Kuos off. Two of oor horses bsd 
been shot, but we forced them across the 
fialdand took up another position in the 
eJ^e ot ihe limber, firing again on tha rebel 
lines, which we cottl4 aea with great dij|- 
ti net oess, oroaauig tiio field on . the ^oable- 
pu'ick. 

Here Qen. Ranson was shot in the knee, 
and obliged to leave tbe field. Lieutenant 
Throop was felled by tbe wind of a shall 
which grazed his abdomen. Gen. Banks 
was here trying to rally the cavalry, which 
was in great disorder. The buglers loun- 
ded the rally — a sound that I snail never 
forget, — and a new lino was formad; but in 
a faw momenta both uurflanks waru turned, 
and were obliged tu liiu'uor up and retire a 
abort distauce. Here another liue was form 
ed, and a few mora shots were delivered. 

By this time tbe rebels were on both of 
oor flanks, and firiog across os in every di- 
reotioo. Wegot oar piecea. into the read, 
and began to retreat, when a scene of great 
oonfnsion ensued. In the road was that 
whole cavalry train, faced to tbe rear, and 
each man trying to escape on his own book, 
and the road so blocked up that it was an 
impossibility for any thing to move. Our 
gun was next to the rear piece ,and fired one 
of the last shots that was fire i by the artil- 
lery. When tbe rebels got within two rods 
of us, we received orders to cut the traces 
and escape i/ possible. Mr. Dyer, our gun- 
ner, went to his limiier, took out a file and 
a hammer, and, when tbe rebels bad al- 
ready reached the gun behind ours, he com- 
menced spiking his gun, and was captured 
at bid post. Whether he was wounded or 
not, I cannot tell. 

I now began to think of my own safety, 
nod ran down the road a short distenoe; then 
I struck into the woods until I was exhaus- 
ted, when I caught a mule. I mounted 
him, but was immadiately dismounted by 
the fractious SBiinaU Soon after, I found 
i^oo^ber ^»\fi, iMapted, k\m . aod was soon 
oot of danger. behind thj^ I9^h.^rmy Corps. 

While ear diviaioo waaJSgliUog, the 19th 
Army Cor^ went into eamp about- eisht 
miles to our rear, and were afterwards, bpt 
too la'e, brought up to our aaooor. 

Of our whole divisior^, numbering 3,000 
men but 1 000 are left to tell of the fearful 
odds against which they contended- Two 
regimenU of our division were consolidated, 
end had in all 140 meo and 7 officers. Oi 
tbaregimeetfti offieeiBk the, hichest- in rank 
f»ilraiwi»g1a'«Claptai^ in Mr battery 22 
men are mining, two are with na wounded, 
and only one officer — Lieut. Boe— •is left. 
Captain White, Lieuts. Cone, Throop and 
Barr, are all captured. Not one of our boys 



r7th our advsaoe^ganrd bad a brush with tbe 
enemy. On the 8th we were up at 3^ o'- 
clock in the morning, andaterted for Sbrave- 
port. We got on • few miles, rwhvn we 
heard cannonading ahead. Presently our 
Castaia (who wss Chief of Artillery of the 
Idth Corps) came back, and ordered us to 
OQOve to tba front, saying. 'They ore fight- 
ing like b — 11!' We moved forward about 
eight miles on tbe double quick, and when 
we «ot to the scene of action, I found he 
spoke tbe truly. The balls were flying as 
thick ss hailstones, while tbe artillery kept 
up a delightful bass to the trembling of tbe 
mosketyy. Oox battery (the Mercantile) 
waa loaded with Q^piater, and commenced 
firing. We were 00 the le't. The rab  l8 
charged the left of the «ine. and wa had to 
fall b8ck about a mile. Weateyed there for 
over aa iionr, and then were driven back 
again. Our guns were playins the "devils 
tat too" on the rebel ranks. We were char- 
ged three tLnes, but drove the rebels back 
every time. Finallyj owing to snperior 
cumbers agahBSt .t|s,«ar foieea had to re- 
treat. 

Our corps (the 13) was all cot to pieces, 
aiul 80 wa fell back to this place five or six 
milaa from the battle-fiield. to reorganize. 
We brought our guns back two miles from 
the field, and then had to leave them, as 
the road was all blocked up with the train. 
We lost IwtnLy-four pieces of artillery — all 
there were io tbe fight. Our Captain and 
two Lieutenaats were captured; Lieutenant 
George Troop was mortally woundsd. ^Sev- 
en men were wounded, and tweaty-twji are 
. missing. 

j Geoetal A. J. Smith came up tbe next 
jday, and whipped the rebels, taking 2,000 
I prisoners and sixteen pieces of artillery. — 
Ue sent word to the rebel General Price 
aayiog that he would fight bim all tbe way 
to Sbreveport, and not take another prisoo- 



. From the New York Observer. , 
TSio Ctottbn GHLn. . ' ' 
Its author was Eli Whitnev, born in 
Westborn.-MasR., 1765, died !nNew Haven.- 
Conn., 1825. The writer 6f this article at. 
tended bis funeral. 

Mr. Whitney after graduatirg a* Yaltf 




"Jenny," said a landlady to her servant, 
"was there any fire in the kitchen last night 
while you wore setting up?" "Yes,marm," 
said Jenny, ''there was a spark there when 
I went down, and I Boon fanned it into a 
fiame." Ths landlady look?d suspicions 
at Jeooy, but the innocent girl want on 
scrubbing, and hamming "Katie darling." 



ThkMommies of Thebes. — Messrs. Ayer 
& Co. have received from Alexander a cargo 
of rags to pay for their medicines, which 
are largely sold in E^ypt. They are evi- 
dently gathered from all classes and quar- 
ters of the Facba's dominions — the cast-off 
garmente of Hadjis abd Howadjis — white 
linen turbans, loose breeches, and flowing 
rol es. Not tbe least part of their bulk is 
cloth in which bodies were embalmed and 
wound for presbvation three' ibbtfsaiid years 
ago. They are now to ba made into paper 
for Ayer's .Almanacs, and thui, after hav- 
ing wr,ipped the dead for thirty centuries, 
are Uied to warn the living fiom the narrow 
house which they have so long inhabited, 
and to which in spite Of all our guards aod 
cautions, we moat sorely go.^iTtoiU^ JShw- 
ning Journal. 



Facts to bb CoN8iDEBKD.~In the year 
1830 tbe Weat Indies exported 17,000.000 
pounds of cotton. Tha United States ex 
ported less than 18,000.000 pounds. Thir- 
ty-tbrea "years later slavery was abolished 
in tbe Briti.h West Iodi» Islands. Six 
years after emanctp!» iiiou the West Indies 
exported only 866.156 pound? of cotton, and 
the United States 743,941.0G1, pounds.— 
In 1790 the value of the exports of Hayli 
waa 928.000.000. In 1800, or aixty years 
after emancipation, the exports from Havti 
amounted to only about $23,000,000. In 
1800, or sixty years after emancipation, tbe 
exports from Hayti amounted to only about 
$2,500,000. In* Jamaica, a rioh and beau- 
tiful island, the exports nmOttntSd to $15,- 
000 000 in 1809. But in 1853 tbey amount- 
ed tooulj about 4 000,000. Tbe rich plan- 
tations are going to decay, and wretched- 
ness is apparent on ever hand. Emaocipa- 
tiou was u curse to both blacks and whites. 
Neither were in so good a condition nor so 
happy slip thaj previously were. 



refusal bot , of 1 bo enactment of their (so 
called) "personal liberty hilts;" vHful nulli- 
Jkationl Bills which made it a penal of- 
fence, on the part of any of their citisens, to 
aid in maintaining tbe provision of the Con- 
stitution? Was tbe John Brown raid a 
Southern aggression? An honest man is al- 
ways ready todo juslioe even to b is enemies. 
,Xn|lji|4Maiio%iloiig be hidden. E. d. b. 

^^kiO&rnoK LoYALTT. — We copy the fol- 
tewing, from Mr. Grinnels remarks in tbe 
House of RepreaentatTvss. v^hile speaking 
opon tbe Long axpal*ion resolntioo: 
' 1 «(»6W. rthtiirtted Mr. Grinnell. rather 
say a thoosaad traces, le* tbe eoontry be 
divided, the 8t ath'go tlieii way all kleve, 
and the North air free. Ibail tlT-aise tha 
country once more under D'emocrattelhile. 

This sound* very much like 'rule or l*t 
the eoontry go to tbe devil,' That is the 
Radical programme, and rather than fail 
into tba armaof tbe Democracy, thejr woold 
fail into the armk of Jeff OMi«.--*. 
Telegraph. 



lion to say', iu justification not only of this showed any cowardice, bat stood by their 
' - . .... guns until the last, and, when I left them, 

raba on both sides of the woods were callins 

00 aa, withfrigbtfel oatbi, to halt; but I 
w«a deteinMoed to aecape if possible, aod 
aneeeeded by the favor of kgneioaa/ Prev- 
ideoee, for surely only a febarmed life eeatd 
have withstood the shower of bnllots with 
which we were surrounded and stall tintes- 

Tba 19th Corps checked the rebels, and 
hald them for tweniy-fivo minntes, when 
they were obliged to retire, which they did 
slowly; and.-as night came on, the bloody 
conflict eoded. 

Tbe ne:^t morning, the 9th, Oen, A. J. 
Smith oame'ap «ittklfiohptamand, and we 
were ordered to jMeoaktoany oftr ^agdas, 
which comprised ^Vfftl*'* bad left. Md 
they were oid^^e^ljO'qmBkbo^ 
possible. 

The town we are now in is four miles from 
Nstohitochss 00 the Red River. Tbe 8ght 
took place four miles from the tOWir of 
Mauaflald. Da Soto Parish, La. * 

Oh thedth Geo. A. J. Smith, who im- 
mediately relieved Geo. Vraoklio, whipped 
Ike rebels badly. oaptiiied; t«iai«a^tMi«i and 
6U0 priaeawfB. • Tbia U the lateataew* that 

1 have from tha ^nt. 
GnasD EcoRE, Red Rivxa, April 10. — 

\Yfr l^lt N atcbitoetraa on ^e 6tlt. 



LoMO'B SpBBca. — The speech of Alex- 
ander Locg, of the Ind District, has raised a 
devil of a rockery among tha Abolition 
members of that negro debating society — as 
will ba 6 3en from tbe congressional proceed- 
ing in another column;— and they have re- 
sorted to their old experiment of trying to 
expel tha number who naake* 0 speech 
which they af* O^nahle to answer. We do 
notagreO with *ilti|b* views expressed by 
M r. Loog. Ini ikp i|Ctipn,o( the^ Abolition 
Speaker, and hlsTollbwers, are tvitbout pre- 
cedent, and if successful, will sweep from 
the lanil the last vestig of free speech.— 
Why was not Bingham, Stevens, Lovejoy. 
and others, expelled for avowing openly, on 
the floor of Congress, that they did not wish 
to kee the Union re*-tored? And why are 
such men as Pbillips.Thompson, acd olberp, 
who boast that tbey labored long to div- 
Bolve the Union, voted tbe use of the Hall 
of Congress, and from tbia same Speaker's 
desk, preach disunion. The reason Is pb- 
viou!-— tboy are Abolition miseegenationtsts. 
If all the Aboliuon memi ers of Congreas. 
and of the Cab net— tbe President included, 
who b.ive uttered secession sentiments on 
tbe fli)or of Congress, were expelled, there 
would be few of them left. Ii seems that 
a Democrat can give no greater offense in 
these ilays. than to utta* seotimente that a 
few years 1^ formed the whole natter of 
ths Abolition speekars. Both aa the atnmp, 
and tbjB floor of .Cuograas.— Uanoock Coar. 

ii M i i aai M III . ti mi l 



Rude white boy — Clear tbe track, nigger! 
Small AiBerieaa eitiaen of African de- 
scent — Now yon jee' loff me lone! I guees 
you'll wish you wjaa aaigi^ jFOOtealf.afote 

'.Wit« 



Tanora FvBKino ar ns SsaTsa to 
TBS AB]tiK8.~Tbeatateaeat,r«eeiitly made 
ht tboHiabal Ubate of aispreeairtativea by a 
mrtiber formerly well hoow« » ^lutol 
circles at the north, shbwe i* 
bers the number of ■»erf »«»t»»»«b«»" 
lortiisbed to the rebel artbtae by the 
SDsetive statea since tha war began: * A.a- 
has furniahed 40,000 men; Florida. 
TS^ O^'r.:&^00O, Louisiana. 36.000; 
Miss^ipp^. *0.C» . N..ith Carolina. 35 000; 
£;^b C^lma. 85/X)0; Tax*a. 29 000; Vir- 
•wia. 108,000; Arkans-a. 28.000; rennessee. 
8«,O90. ItoBtaehy Md Maryiand. 20j000 



On the eaobr'Misi8liri^©tl»-*40l»l,i0l3fia  

•tsIloi^KB 



ing occasion to notice his mechanical gefilas. 
Mrs. Green foggee»ed bie in v ot imr % ma- 
eHn# td e^tfa na * the ftom coTtotf It 
toofcii tegro » whole day to clecfi a sl'ngle 
pqasd- of; the green cotton seed, and thus 
the most valuable variety of that important 
staple was restricted to a very small quan- 
tity. Tbe time and expense requisite to 
clean it made tbe cultivation of it f6r the" 
market, except to a very limitedfextent, in. 
unprofitable business. Immedfateiy appa' 
the suggestion of Mrs. Green, Mr. Wbftaey 
set bis genius to work, and floall/ Aieceed* 
ed in making the great idea a greet reality. 
But like moat faveaton, he fared badly 

He was tbe victim of yery many and very 
trying annoyances. When his ifivention 
was fully matured and hii machine nearly 
finished, the building containing it was en- 
tered by night and the machine was stolftn/ 
Before he could complete another and M' 
cure a patent, other Etiachiocj lir^ro Obfe- 
structed from bfs model afi'd wertf Th tfper-^ 
ation. He eventually obtaioed'fffty ihotfa- 
and dollars from the Legislatore of South" 
Carolina a per centum for five years, for the 
use of his mscbioe; but after repeated law- 
"soils «bd "delay 8, he felt obliged to ieaorl'td 
another and more profitable source of in- 
come. This was tbe manufacture of fire- 
arms for the Government, in which he ma^' 
have displayed less inventive genius, but re- 
alized more wealth than in the invebtiooM 
the cotton-gin. Thus ode tSf the tAMtMtt' 
inal and productive Inventions 0/ fhaiaHSf 
teenth ceotbry. which has given milliooeM 
millions of. dollars to tbe citizens and £b# 
GoverorifeM of the United States, ahd tv 
the world at large, left tbe inventor him- 
self|to seek bis means of siipport from sooth- 
er source. So it fares with ihoal iniea-^ 
tor.s. 

By the use of tbe cotton-gia three hun- 
dred pounds ofcottoD can be moret perfectly 
cleaned in the same time witboot it«i T^e' 
Stupendous advantage from this It^Veotiqa 
gave a new value to all co'tton-giro'wing 
lands. It speedily beeame a great and 
growinssonrce of, wealthy. 1:10 o^l^ (H tba 
Cottofft otiftts, bat to da'r' entire ebani^,' 
and to«H'-cN&njmercial nations. Judge 
Johnson of Savannah said: ' The whoie 
icterior of the Southern States was languish- 
ing, and its inhabitants emigrating, for wapi 
of some object to engage their attentloif 
and employ their industry, when tbe inven- 
tion of this machine at once opened views to' 
them, wbi ;b set tbe whole country in active 
motion. From childhood to age it has pre- 
sented to us a lucrative empSo^mebt. in- 
dividuals who wer^ d^preued witb' poverty 
and sunk in idleness have luddettly risen to' 
weiiUh Sod reepectebility, C^r debts ha^e 
been paid off, oar capitals bave increaaed 
and our lands have trell)1ed themselves in. 
value. We can not express the weight of 
tbe obligation which tbe country ow«^ to' 
this invention." 

Tbe manufacture and sale of cotton fab- 
rics soon became a great and lucrative busi- 
ness with our northern mannfaethrers aOd 
merchants; exportatieia|farn{8h'ed \^ eiMin 
became an important source of wealthuto' 
ship-builders and owners, and the duties on 
cotton pottred many millions annually into' 
the National Treasury. While tba cotton 
gin has been building our Lowell and Man- 
chesters, and increasing wealth and indus- 
try in all parts of our country, it has been 
performing a similar service on tbe other 
continent, and making its benefactidna tbe 
inheritance of the hiiman race. It is slated,- 
on good authority, tbat provioas to 1799 no 
home-grown cotton was exported from tbe 
United States — the small quantity shipped 
hence being from the West Indies— 'and till 
the cotton-gin came into use, near the be- 
ginning of this century, tbe entire apBasI 
valne 6T our exported cotton did oot exceed, 
four or five milliod of dollafrs. In 1856-7 
it bad reached the sum of one htfodred and 
thirty one millions of dollars per annom.— 
Tbo quantity of cotton absorbed by our 
home market has been about one-fifth of 
our entire crop, and has beeh m^da ^O pro- 
duce five limei its original value 6y tbe ib- 
dustty employed in its manufacture. Thus 
over a htindred and fifty millions cf dollars 
more, or nearly three hundred wiUJiahepf doL- 
lari'xvL all, have been annnally atfcFed to'fKa 
wealth of this country by cotton, the abnni-. 
dant production ia .400 to the i^Vantioo. of 
the cot^-Ain,-=Bet. EfnlM^ ^^^Uluiirt 
D. D. 



Tbb Draft. — Ordhens C. £arr, tb'«' ^ia* 
toriograpber of tne Itackeral Bri|pde, #hiTo 
lately approaehjng.tbe-O»pi*eKalW0tty. in- 
con ote red a matt— ot t'ather bt bte •Htn' 
Johcpooisii words; 

"When very near the City, on my "to^^ 
home, I met a chap weigh ieg abont 
pounds who was on bis way to •.'•^Z^.^ 
to get l^fa «iiilqg«ti % tv t^ t^if diUi 9tt|y 
ked. ' ■ 

"Sea here, my pstrlotls Invalid," say ■ I 
Bkeptloally.. "how do yon co^ie td be ei^ 

'"••''itm exempt." My« he in «| Mroad|ly 
melancholy manner, "bMvmcl^limmi' 
Mie from a bfokeiiheittt;'* 

••Hem," *sye L . . 

«It is troe.** says he, anlfl^og dttmally, 
a^ked the feaaale of my heart to have aije. 
She taid I faadti't postage stanipa eooaeH' to 
suit her ideas of peiabnal rstenoe^aha dSe 
didn't care to do my washing; Thai' a^s' 
eocagb; mv heart ia brok«D fMsd I am &ot' 
an able-bodied man.*^ 

"Drafting, ray boy. is of a JutASef JfJ^- . 
velop tba tifdise^e  ftjl|fc  PPHP» 

If a cian during fifty ^•^••W?, 
day two inehes of solid pWtU»ii^(M f 
millions do it.) it wcaM athbuot at the e«ff 
of that time to 9.3«) feet. 6t a ceiile and' a 
quarter of solid wbaoeo. half an inch Ihtek 
and two inches broad, aad wOl OOaft •ItfOO/ 
Wbat filth aad fflt)?^ 



a- * 



THE J3ULLETIN. 

PUBLISeKD XVBBT THUB8DAY BY 

ROSS & ross£:r. 
Editors and Proprietors. 



APRIL 28 



O^tr QoUL WM 86@88 at New York od 
Tneaday - 

O^Jt is 0«tlmat«d that tbe Federal Iocs 

'^'ISiiliiawm moaoK W tinn ftOOO men 
tJ«: 700 killed, 2,300 wonnded and 2.000 
prisoaera. beaidea the woaodad who feli lo- 
tto III* hamdm of *hm tnmmf. :-9«mf «Imib- 

.^kest loads of woaoded men came down Red 
Wver on the lltb lost. Besides these cas- 

' aaltfei, th^ wirmj lost twenty pieces of ar- 
tillery aod frora 300 to 600 baggage wa;;ons 

. and their cooteot* of ntooUiooa, clothing, 



(O'Tbe coorU of LoodoB, Bome. Vienna, 
Berlin, St. Petersborg, Spain and France, 
hare agreed to reeognixe the Emperor of 
Mexico, iaiinedietoly oa 'hte'eeeesrion. 

OlSrTbe Chisego bankers decided to 
tiirow oat on tbe 13th instant ail Pennsyl- 
▼^Dia,.New Jorsey, Miehigeo, Ohio, aod 
. I«diaM Jr— iMok- netoe. 

iBOQtb, North CaH liao..h«e bcoa 

. taken by the Canfederales. From 1600 to 
2,600 prisoners wire taken; 30 pieces of ar- 
tillory. 100.000 poaadedTBeoi. 1,000 b«r- 
rels ef bread, and a full garrison ontfit. — 
The Rebel loss was aboot 300. Two gon 
testa wet* took sod sootbor dissblod. — 
This news has be«a kept bsek s dsj by the 

OoTeromeok - ' ; 

OCrTbe New York Hetsld says: •^e 
Secretary of War has appHed to Gove.nor 
Seymonr for the State militia for garrison 
duty temporarily, within the fortifications 
of the dty and State, in order that the 
Union troops now io this service may be 
^lioTcd aod poshed forward to 'the front,' 
^|nd th* Govstasr, kaviag ehaerfolly ooni« 
' plied with this request, we presame that at 
^ a fall brigade of reteran soldiers will tbns 
^te addad to Ik* gallant old Ansy of tbe 
. . .Polomao^^ 

'^3rA. manafaetaring compaojr in Nsabna, 
"fF. °H.,° kai iTarafskod Io' tb* Ch T*mm«nt, 
since tbe beginning of tbe war, 2,000,000 
pairaof ootton-flanoel army drawers. Over 
d^OeO.woona sad girls, who received $170,- 
000 for tkoir kiwr, were employed. 

O^Orders have been received at (3oIain  
biu from the Provost Marshal-Qeneral to 
eoauBeoce tbe draft ia tkls Stat* a« sooo as 
tbe veteran credits shall have been assigned. 
Toe deficiency of the Suu ia not fnlly aa- 
•sttidaed, bat wf'tl aot falltelow ITjOOO. 

OOHSoraral Ohio gentlomeo psid s visit 

to Hon. C. L. Yallaningham. tbe other day 
and prseoted him with a purse of $2,000. 

OCrA hogshead of Taylor county tobao- 
**, growo by J. H. Lemoc, waa aold in 
Louisville^ oo Wsdasaday last, sk $90 per 

100 lbs. 

O^Ther* was a Democratic meeting 
held in Cincinnati, oo tbe evening ef tbe 
19th iost., to endorse tbe seotimenta enan- 
eiatad by the Honorable Alexander Long, 
in bis reaent speech io Coogresa. Among 
the reaolaUoBs ado p Ud eeeais tk* feUow- 
»»g: 

Betdvei, Tbst we cordially approve and 
sndors* tbe speech of Mr. Long, and con- 
cur in the conclaaloo to whiob be baa ar- 
rived. **Tbat there are bat two alteraativea. 
-sad tbey are either aa aekoowledgement of 
tk* iadepaadoae* of th* Sooth as an inJe- 
pendent nation, or their eomplete suhjnga- 
tlon and ezterminatioa Ss a paopi*, aad of 
these alternatives." - 



We dip tbefoliowiog interest- 
freas th* Ldtiavnt* papers of last 



Tber* wore 2 270 bogsbssds of tobaeeo 
sold la oar dty last week, moch the larger 
porttao of which was common leaf and luj^s, 
i'and, if we take the average closing prices— 
about 910 50 per 100 pounds, and ihe hogs- 
heads at 1,200 pounds — and we think that 
a low average— (he amount of money paid 
out in the week for the article waa $231,- 
210. Tbe higbeat price paid in oor mar- 
ket, was 9170 per 100 Ib^ It was grown by 
Mr. J. B. Cook, of Hart eoooly, aod honghe 
by D. Spalding, Jr. Two other bogsbaails 
beloogiog to the same, aod sold at tbe same 
tims, bronght $83 50 and $35 50 per 100 
Ika. Mr. Cook's entire crop brought an 
average of $93 per 100 lbs, (including tbe 
lags, and amounted to over $2 600. 

A hogshead ot tobacco, grown by W. H. 
Hudson, of Adair county, was aold oo If oa- 
d4y at $33 per 100 lbs. 

How IT WoBU.— The j/twk Aitoemt* 



WItbia Ike last two weeks, fifty thousand 
dollars bavs keen withdrawn from the tax 
duplicate of Licking county bv ten or a 
dozen of our citiEecs who have started one 
of Chase's banks at Qreanville. In order 
to escape State, eoaoty, town and townahip 
taxation, on yoi^ jiraperty, all yon have to 
96 Is to iove«t yoar meana io Ooverament 
bmpds. That's what tbeae bankers have 
' ^ae. They are paid interest io gold (equal 
. Wteo per cent.,) and yet are made a niTU.- 
asBD CLASS free fioar tazsst Yohbt^ tew 
. do you like it. 

The same thing is done all over the 
Stale. The cooseqaeoces will be the taxes 
on real estate and peraooal property will be 
doubled, while money InveMsd ia iatsrsst- 
; fteriog atocks go elett. WOI 4Mlr fsroien 
macfa longer eoant(|ar»nce s party whieb 
jtfodQcea aucb a aute ef thinga? We shall 
ii^wtette^therwiU labor to lift the bur- 
'OMi «f liiartna. A\|^rieh, OMoied men, end 
shMildsr thsM, th«fiMvss:-^llaMaek fO ) 
Coatisr r^^ ^ " ■ 

■ A Isdy frisnd of otirs was ia Chicago the 
other day, and waa asked by her cousin 

tew-afae liked- the Balmoral stockings. 

•Gii, .Tecy well,' wss the reply. Well I 
dpn'C said the cousin, *oor will I wear them 
.eiUier;ril bsiMoged if I II make a barber's 
^to of mj Isf for tte'tate af tekis lash- 



Spedal Corrsapondence of St. Lonis BepaSlican 
Obard Ecobb, April 13. 
The grsad expedition np Red River, which 
promised snch beneficial results, has met 
with an onexpeeted and diss«troas check. 

Oa.«te 9th oLApciV th* UaioD army, 
under commaod of Maj. Oen. Franklin, 
moved from Natitetches (pronounced Kack- 
Uosb.  toward Sbreveport. Natchitoches is 
foor miles from Red River the nearest point 
on the river being Grsnd Eeore, the pisee 
from which this letter is dated. Tbe rOad 
from Nacitoches is through a dense Joreat of 
pine woods, the snrfaoe of the eonntry be- 
ing bfokea aod hilly. Tber* an hat few 
plantatioaa opooini «ed aoAJag apoa which 
to Bohsist so army. On Tharaday aight, 
the 7. rmy camped at Pleasant Hill , a amall 
town in the pine woods, about 30 miles 
North-east of Natchitoches, on the road to 
Sbreveport. The wssnn road leaves the 
river to the right some 15 or 20 miles, ren- 
dering the co-operation of the gaaboats im- 
ivtssible. Before encamping at Pleassnt 
Hill, there wss a sharp cavalry skirmish, 
aboQttwo milca beyond that place, result- 
ing In no llaportaot advantace to either par. 
ty. Tb* oavalry encamped about 7 miles 
ia advance ef tbe main army. Next morn- 
ing (Friday the 8th) the armv started to- 
ward M«n field, a distance of 17 miles from 
Pleasant Hill. About noon, while the en- 
emy was in line of march, arrived at a small 
bayon, where a bridge was being bnilt. — 
Oen. Banks at once assumed command of 
the army in the fieH. There was almost 
eooataat akirmishing sll the way from Pies- 
sat Hill to the place where the battl* af- 
terwards ocenrred. When Oen. Banks ar- 
rivad at the Bayou, the 19ih Armv corps 
were several miles in the rear, the l3:h Ar- 
my Corps were cro'sing the newly con- 
strocted bridge, and General Lee's cavalry 
about 5,000 raea, soone three ra !es in ad- 
vance, togf tber with Nime's relebrated bat- 
tery, tbe Chicago Mercantile battery. First 
Indiana, and batterv O. of regular army — 
Tbe 4tb diviaion, 19tb Army eorpa. onder 
command of Oen; Bsoaom, war* harried 
forward as a support to tbe cavalrv. About 
three o'clock in the afternoon, when within' 
two miles of ManKfieid, the advance army 
consisting of the cavalry, artillery and 4th 
division, 13th Army corps, above mentioned 
while marching through a dense p'ne forest, 
there being thick nodergrowth of pines oo 
either aide of th* road, wore attacked by 
tb* retel* Io great fore*, on both flaate aod 
In the front. The eogagament soon became 
general, the rebels snddenty opening with 
artillery, and musketry, charging onr sur- 
prised and panic-stricken columns with ter- 
r fic jells, evincing a daring and delermi- 
natioo worthy of a better cause. Oeo 
Bsoks and Qen. Franklin hurried to the 
front, aod were in tbe thickest of the fight. 
Tbe artillery was speedily put in position 
at the extreme froal. and for a while did 
excellent aerviee. Floding tbe firoot rath- 
er loo dangeroaa for major-geaerala. Banks 
and Franklin returned to the rear of the 
wagon train, just in time to save tbemaelves 
rrom capture, as the rebels pressed upon both 
sides of our army with crush ing efifact. A 
ball passed through Oen. Banks' bat. Ev 
erytbirg was soon in the wildcat eoofasion. 
tbe wagon train, being in the rear, aod a 
narrow road, attempted to torn round to fall 
back, and completely blocked ap tbe way. 
cotiiog off tbe advance both from a wav of 
retreat and from re-enforcements. The 
rebels bad formed ic tbe shape of an isos- 
celes triangle, leaving lha bstse open. And at 
the apex planting their artillery. Our ad- 
vance marched directly into the triangle, 
having the two wings of the rel el forces oo 
either side of them. These winga were 
speedily ooaaeeted,eonpelliasonr forces to 
retreat or sarrsnder. The batteries above 
mentioned, eooaiating of tweoty pieera  o 
all, were now cat«tored, togetb^with near- 
ly all tbe ofiScara and men. The Chicago 
Mercantile Bxttery was captured entire, and 
I am informed that all her officers and men 
fell into the hands of the enemv. The 4th 
Diviaion, 13th Army Corpe, 2 800 men, un- 
der 0  n. Rensom. and Oen Lee's cavalry, 
al»nt 8.000 atrong, aod the batteries shove 
ol tbe wagoo traia. Tbeae foroea fought 
desperately for a while, bat gave way un- 
der soperlor number* of tbe rebels, and re- 
treated in great precipitation. The seene 
of thia retreat l eggars all dracription. Oen- 
eral Franklio ssid of it, that 'Ball Run waa 
not a circumstance in comparison.' Oen. 
R-inson was wounded io tbe knee, but rode 
off the field before he was compel'ed, by 
loss of blood, to dismount. Capr. Dickey, 
of Oen. Ransoo's staff, was shot through 
the bead and killed inatantly. His body 
waa left on the field. Tbs position of tbe 
wsgon train in the narrow road, was the 
great blonder of Ihe affair. The rssr sras 
completely blocked op. rendering tbe re- 
treat very ditBcuit, and In fact atmo^t im- 
posttihle. Cavalry horses were dashing at 
! full speed threngh the roads, endangering 
infantry and other pedestrians more than 
rebel muske'ry. the retreat having become 
so precipitate that all attempts to make a 
stand fur a while seemed impoasible. 

The immense baggage aod supply train 
of Gen. Lee's cavalry, eonaisting of 209 
wagons, nearly all fall ioto th* haodaof the 
enemy, together with tte aaakk alteehod 
thereto. 

Tbe 3d Division. 13ih Army Corps, mas- 
tering about 18,000 men, under command of 
Oen. Cameron, were sent forward, and en- 
deavored to make a stand. Bat tbe effort 
waa futile. The rebels preseed ao bard np- 
oo Oeo. Cameron that be oonrld not resist 
them. After suffering terribfy, he fell in 
withtheretreatiog column. The 13th Army 
Corp«. numbering io all 4.600 men, when 
tbe fi^ht began, sustained a los:^ in propor- 
tion to the number engaged which is per- 
haps without a parallel in the history of 
this terrible war. The I30th Illinois, com- 
manded by Maj^r Reed, attached to tbe 4th 
Division, could only find 58 men after tbe 
battle. So precipitate was tbe retreat of tbe 
Fourib Diviaioo of tfaiaeorps, that the man 
only brought offsiz hundred atad forty sUnd 
of small anna, hundreds of them throwing 
away their guns to facilitate their move- 
ments. At least one-half of the Thir- 
teenth Corpa were killed, wounded or cap- 
lured. Geo. L«?e'a cavalry loet heavily, 
but some time must elapse before correct 
estimates can he obtained. 

The rstreatiog columua fell baek aama 
loor or five miles, when tte 19ih Afoiy 
Oorpa^ aador Oea E»iag««aaBo apaad aoe- 
eeeded io asakiog a aloadt The r*hel« 
ebefied opoa fieo. BwiaifB fprees hot were 
repalsed with consideralile loaa. Nigbkcame 
on. and tbn^ ended the tMttle of Mansfield. 

The stand was made by the l9th Army 
Corps, which remained on tbe field uoti! 
midnight, whan it fell bsck to Pleasant 
Hill, a distance of aiwat twelv* miles, ar- 
riving there aboot daylight Siatatday nsra- 
ing. Oeosral l«ee'e eavaliy and tbe 19th 



om the Dayton (O.) Empire. 
Tbe Situation. 
There are proposed at Ibk time to b« es- 
tabliahad upon otroontineat. twoo^tr Oov- 
ernments — pne a^epnblic, and oo* a Mon- 
archy. TbaUacoln Administration is wa- 
ging alralantlsaa wsr of 'sui^ugatioo and con- 
quest,' (that's what it is exactly) upon the 
Republic, and supinely allowing the Mon- 
archy to assarae such proportions as will 
make it a fixed fact, without so much as a 
wink of opposition. A bill protaatiog against 
this flsgrant violation of tbe long eheriabed 
Moora* Doct ri ao has hsoa hrmight to ao 
ignomlofoas halt lb th* Senate on aceoant 
of th* dastardly and troasonable indecision 
f f the Foreign Committee, acting under the 
direction of Lincolu and Seward. Mean- 
time two or more members of the House of 
Representatives are denounced ,acd threaten- 
ed with expulsion for protesting, as they 
have a perfectly clear right to do, and as it is 
their solemn duty to do, against tb* further 
weakening by thia most aabstoral war, of 
the BepMi ean ftmer tfvm- eoiUimaU. If we 
are to maintain tbe Monroe Doctrine, we 
miut hoahand our strength. The Repub- 
lican eaadle is ablaze at both ends. It we 
continue to exhaust our power as that of 
Mor\archy increases aod encroaches, we will 
soon be compelled to bow iu helpleas im- 
potence to tbe fate of Maxico. The propo- 
ditiou is kelf-evident. 

The Adminiauatioq ia waging a relentless 
war apoo a people, who, ooder a aystem nf 
Uovemment «lmoat identical with oor own, 
have declared, and are endeavoring to main- 
tain, defenaively, tbeir icdependenca as a 
separate Republio They hi»ve baen great- 
ly weakened by tbe c nflict, and so have 
we, aod to has the power of toe R-ipubljci»n 
principle which both of us represent. Pend 
ing this conflict between North aod South, 
a sifter Republic has been crnabed out of 
existence, and ao Smpire reared apoo itii 
ruius. Tbe Monarebioal power has galoed 
a firm foothold upoo oar eootinent without 
reaiatanee, and 8trang t as it may seem, while 
Loog and Harris are being thre«tened with 
expolaioo for taking ground against the ex- 
termination of those who would cherish and 
defend a Con! titution almost identical with 
our own, tbera is not ao much as a Whisper 
of indignation against the dastard crew at 
Washington who are ataodiog to atrocious 
abeyance before tbs aggressive spirit ol 
moosrehy which, at the end of our war o  
"sabjogstion" will te rsady to jolisv* tu of 
funber trouble. 

Query? Who are the worst anemias of 
free Guvernment. those who g've aiii and 
comfort to the Mexioao Monarchy, or those 
who prefer two Republics to the suhju;{atioii 
of the people of both-, and the ooosisquent ex 
tinctioo of Free Government io America? 



Partlcolars ol the Cnptnre (tT PlyWiOttlth 
bv the ConTederates. 
Newbbrit, N. C, April 22,— The battle 
which bed been going on-at Ptymooth from 
Sunday, lOtb. to tbe 20th, res.alted in tbe 
captare of the city by the enemy, on Wsd- 
'Q*sda r noon, including Oen. WemsU 
his forces, 1500 men. The enemy ol tain- 
ed possession of tbe town at 8 o'clock io tbe 
mcrntng, Qen. We«8els and his troops re- 
tired ioto Fort William and held out until 
noon, repulsing the ene.9jr Iq jirrsral des- 
perate assaults, whose lossls ssia toDa^ftX), 



From thf f nwer MiHoisxippi. 
St. Louis, April 25. — Cairo liates of ves 
terday by nuil, say the steamer Von Phul, 
from New Orleans on the 8th had arrived 
It seems to be generally conceded that the 
battles in Louiaiana bad been againat Banks 
as while tbe enemy remained on tbe groond 
after Saturday's fight. Banks retreated fortt 
miles. The fansporls Black H'lwk .•inff'red 
considarsbly above Alexandria, from the 
enemy, besides having severel killed and 
wounded. The report of anoth ;r fi^h' on 
tha lOih is a misiaka. HtnaTiars R m Rov, 
antl Matlie Stephens, bad arrived at New 
Orleans from Red river, having ran ihe 
gauntlet of a large ouml er of guerrillsa — 
The Bob Boy bad foar guns, snd foaght 
most of the way down. A cannon ball pass- 
ed through the clerk'a oflBc*. Ooe soldier 
was killed and Ave woaoded, oo the M^ttie 
3;epbeoa The jebels are still in the vi- 
cinity of Pleasant Ridge. Our army at 
Grand Ecoro is fortifying both sides of the 
river, Gen. Banks and Admiral .Porter, are 
both there. Ther ia only five feet water at 
Orand Ecore. The gunboat E istport io 
aground here. All the large boaia below, 
but the light draughts are abovd, priaoners 
aay Kirby Smith aad Sibley were killed in 
the recent battlea. 

The steamer Lacross, from Red River for 
New Orleans having stopped at n pl.tntation 
to take on cotton, the crew and soldiers got 
drunk at a distillerv on the place when n 
company of the First Louisiana civalry 
made a deaceot on the boat. Tbe passen 
gers and crew aftar bein { robbed were pa- 
rolled. The boat and cot on were burned. 

Memphis dates of tbe 221 say Forrest's 
entire force is moving toward Alabama, fol- 
lowed by Orierson. Pulk is said to be 
marching north. Forrest will probably |oin 
him on the morning of tha 21tt. 

Grierson's Cavalry came upon some of 
Forrest's troops near Hiidsonvil le, Misjissip 
pi. A shnrp fi.»ht ensued, and the rebels 
retreated io the direction of Jackson, pas^- 
li:g tbrongh Lagrange. A nomber of pri 
aooera, boisas. mules and wagons were cap 
tured and taken to Memphis. 

About ooe hundred gaerrilla^ burned i 
large lot of wood oear Baraftald Point, on 
Frid-ty, aod csplored a ouinber  »f the eiti 
sens of Brownsville. 



while our losi is slight. 

Oeo. Weai«li. wM gdhoi sach distinc- 
tion in the seven days fight hefor* Bioh* 
laond, has made in siege, most heroie r*^ 
sistance with hia little band of veterans.— 
Several weeks since he called for 5000 men, 
stating in mout solemn manner that it 
would be impossible to bold the city with 
less number. 

tieo. Peck, who saya ha bad given Oen. 
Wessels all tbe asSiastaoce io h£ power, in 
tbe aame. solemn maonar, tiOM -aod again 
called for reiaforeeoteata. ' 

It ia reported the enemy baa left Ply- 
mouth and now moving oo Waaka, also oo 
this city. 

The rebel ram at Kinston, has it is ascer- 
tained moved toward Ne vboro,and is ex- 
pected to m ika an attack in a day or two. 

More guu boats acd reinforcements are 
immediately required here and at Wash- 
ington. 

Two onmpaoiea helooging to the 2 J N. 
Oawlioa Uoioo VoTanteera were among the 
oaptarad at Plymouth; most of wtem were 
taken and shot by tbe enemy. 

After our forces bad surrendered all the 
negroes found in uniform were also shot. 

i'be funeral of Commodore Flosser takes 
place here to-mor-ow. 

Tne Rubal li«m at Plymouth, which came 
down the Roanoke, is expected to act .in 
concert with tbe other Bims to th* sitack 
on Washington and Newbero. She carries 
three small gooa aod one 64 -pounder. — 
With the aid of a few OunboaU, these 
Kams eoald reatlily be ran down — as their 
saa-giing qualities are b id — under tbe 
cover of mght. Tha R ni at Plymouth 
souk two of onr Oiiitboats, but it u not ex- 
pected sbe will attack any respectable num. 
berof Ooohoets io the daytime. 



Fdrbbai. Cbhbmonies IN India. — When 
the Uioduo is dead, his body is laid oo a 
Mar; h* ia earried oaoally to the aea or riv 
er, where th* funeral pile la ready prepared. 
Hie feee is exposed. Over tbe corpse is 
thrown a white oloth, on which many Sow- 
ers are strewn. Before tbe body is taken 
to be burnt, it is anointed with ghee, clari- 
fied butler. Arrived at tbe side of the 
water, the nearest relation sets fire to the 
pile, which is soon in a bluae. It takes 
three hundred pounds weight of wood to 
consome the Ixidy ef an adult. Tbe cere- 
monies are numerous, and a descriptioD of 
tbsm woold Sll a chapter. Tbe ashes are 
afterwards thrown into tbe siver os sea. and 
more ceremonies go oo, called 'Sbradhu,' 
which coniiisis of rites for tne repose of the 
soul of ttie departed^ ii is strictly attuii.'. ed 
to, und oftuii c  st5 a great deal of money — 
the priests receiving vncy baodaoiM pres- 
ents Irom the relations. 



Army Gofps eaatiaaed their predpitate re- 
tMol iMitteteiae«sU 19 riMMUtt BiU. 



The Teza* eorrospoodooC of th* New 
York Herald aava that the colored 'roop^ 
sarrisunin^ Fort B'perans*. Texts, being tne 
Fourteenth Rhode Island heavy artillery 
many of whom are from the West, mutinied 
on thn 3l' t of March, refusing to do duty. 
The Sixteenth Ohio was at once ordered up, 
and a battery at atiooed iadtra«t raogeof the 
mntioeet** eamp. Th e preveat a farther 
outbreak. TberBbellioaaartlllerymeo wer 
then directed to assemble without arms 
outside of the fort, and marched to another 
post. The court martial called in the case 
will probably sentence twelve or fourteen 
of tbe ringleaders to hard labor for a year 
The difficulty seems to have arisen from 
the promise of equal pay with white sold- 
eira beiog given tbem. and that if Congres.-  
would not allow it tbe State of Rhode Is- 
land would make op the.defieiaBt^. When 
tb« payaaaater oame roaod thev rafoaed to 
reeeive tbe tea dollaas- a mooth, though 
tne officera assored theo* that the honor of 
tbe State was pisdgad for Ihe' three dollsrs 
additional. 

IsLAML-'M — The religion of Mahomet, 
planned by him in a cave near Mecca, 
where be employed a Persian Jew, well 
versed io history and laws, and two Chris- 
tiaos, to assist him. Ooe of these letters 
was of tteJaeobite, and tbe other of the 
Naatorieo sect. Wtt|i.tbe help of these m en 
lM''iramed bis Koirao, oT the book which he 
prataoded te have received at different 
timea*^ from heaven by the bands of the 
angel Oabrlel. At the age of forty ha pub- 
licly aasomed the prophetical character.   
c*Uin.,himaelf  h* .|HMa*^*f^r^ D. | 



RBPonBitTATivft HfOBia.— fin a debate, 
laai weak, in the lower Uonse. Barria re- 
marked io bia aavage maoner. "yoo aay 
voa will bring the Sooth to suhyjctinn." 
That is oot dooe yet, aod God Almighty 
grant that it never may he, I hope you will 
nevnr subjaj-ite tha S uih. 

When tha words were t«ken down and 
leail from the clerk 's desk , he exclaimed, 
"that's right, I aay it over again, what have 
you got to say about it?" 

Amid tne confusion, laughter afid euraes 
Washburne advanced down tbe aisle and 
raisieg his voice above the dio, be ahonted, 
I protest against aay ' matt - itttering soeb 
language in this Hall." 
li arris responded: 

You mean you ara a/raid of it? Shoi l» 
of "order" resounded from tha tory side of 
tbe House, and the Speaker ordered Uarrie 
to take his seat. Harris quivering with an- 
ger aod scorn turned snaerin'. iy to VVai b- 
buroa and exclaimed,, "you God d— n vil- 
lifia you." 

Life's Pbasks — '• A Gnri-iian's life is laid 
in the loom uf time to a pattern which he 
dues nut see. but God does; and bis heart is 
a shuttle. 0;i one side ot the loom is Bor- 
row, and 00 the other si le is joy; aod the 
:Hhuitle, struck alternately by each, flies 
b.ick and forth, carrying tbe thread, which 
i^ white or black, as tbe pittarn needs; and 
in the end, when God shall lilt np the 
finisned garment, and all its changing hues 
.shall glance out, It wid then appear that tbe 
ilo»p and dark colors were as needful to 
beauty ai iho bright and high colors." 



Tbb Sbvbht Ahoibht WovDsaa ov tbb 
WoBLD — These were: 

1st. The brass C  lo«su8 of Rhodes. 120 
feet hi^h, built by Cares, A D. 288, occu- 
pying twelve years in making. It siood 
across the harbor of Uhodes thirty six ye^rs, 
and waHihrown down by au earthquake.— 
It was bought by a Jew from the Saracens, 
wte loaded 000 oaarab with tte brass. 

21. The Pvr^m'd* of Egypt. The largest 
one engaged 360,000 workmen, thirty years 
in building, and baa nowstood at'least three 
thousand years. 

31. The Aqueducts of Bome, iaveated by 
Appius Claudius, tbs censor. 

4ih. The Labyrinth 'of Pssammetichus, 

on the banks of the Nile, containing within 
one continued wall 1000 houses and 12 
royal palaces, all covered with marble and | 
having only one entrance. The building 
wa') saiil to contain 3,000 chambers, and a 
hall built of marble, adorned with Staines 
of tnegods. 

5th. The Pharos of Alexandria, a tower 
built by order of Ptolemy Philedelpbus. io 
the year 281, B. C. It was erected as a light 
boose, and contained magnificeot galleries 
of marble — a large lantern at the top, the 
light of which was seen near a hundred 
miles off: mirrors of enormous sizes were 



(^The Baltimore correspondent to the 
New York World, publiabea the followlogi 

TBN IBON-CLAD VB89ELS AT BldHMOITO. 

At Riohmond, acd between that city and 
Fort Darling, thsreara t«n Iron-olad ;ve8- 
sel^ iMBk^^JteiBL mounted with rifled 
guMT^Tte^ieltbrrimacNo. 2 is tha 
largest and tbe moat formidable. Her ar- 
mament consists of sis guns; namely, two 
heavy columbiads on each side, one ten- 
inch rifled gun at tbe how, and another at 
the stern. 

These guns all esrry the steel-pointed 
projeotilea which orsshfls tbrongh and 
through tb* sides of our own iron-olsds 
*Ghil*na,' aa they had bean made of pine 
boards.' These tsn iron-clada vassals will 
play an important part in the defena* of 
Richmond, if that city is attacked hy way 
of James river, or from the South. Bat it 
seems most probable now that we will first 
hear of tbem at the mouth of Jamea river, 
io Hampton Roada, or perhaps *v*a aailiag 
up tha Potomac. 

TWBHTT BtTBOPBAH BtTn.r*IBO« ObAM TO AB- 

BIVB IN THE SaXHEB. 

In regard to the iron-clads vessels that 
have been built for tbe CSohfeilerates in the 
ports of Oreat Britain ' and France daring 
the last eighteen months, my inferma'ioo is 
pos:tive that tbey will find tbeir way acroas 
the Atlantis before the end of June. Ar- 
rangements have been made for the trans- 
fer of those vessels that were built for the 
Emperoi- of China to parties who cannot be 
identified with the South; aod after the 
transfer had been made, the Governments of 
France and Eoglaiid can no longer interfere 
with tbem Tlie parties alluded to will 
take them to a aeaport io some other coun- 
try, where, by a process wsll knowo ia 
maritime praetiee,tbe vessels will altimste- 
ly  ;oaie into tbi^posseaslcm of the sgenu of 
the the Confederacy. 

These vessels, of which thers are aboot 
twenty io all, are built expressly for ocean 
navigation, and some of tbem are of the 
same class as tbe Warrior and Lj Gloire. 
Tbey are sll coostrocted ia the best man- 
ner, by the roost experienced European 
ship-builders, pisted with iroo or malleable 
sieel to s tbi^nsss that defies penetration, 
and naoooted with arokaments far saperior 
to anything now affoat to American waters. 
These ve^seIs will prove an element of 
strength on the Rebel side, tbe importance 
of which bas been entirely overlooked by 
the Administration, intent oo its Utopian 
oegro schemes. Wbeo these vessels reach 
oiiT ahoi-ea : hey will not b* used for defens J 
To break tbe blockade of Charleston, Wii- 
mingtoo and Savannah will he iheir first 
attempt. And alter that it is expected that 
they will attack some ef the aeaport* i* the 

Northern States. 

WIU. A BEKEL FLEET ATTACK WaSHINOTON? 

i'bere is cna contingency , in which Wash- 
ington would be in danger from the foreigo- 
buill fieei of iroo-cTad war steamers above 
named, or even from fifteen or twenty of 
the largest iron -clad veasel* now ia tbe 
Confederate watera along the Atlaaiie coaat 
If. in consequence of tbe maneuvers be- 
tween the arm^ of the Futomac and Gen. 
Lee. the former fhouid be compelled to fall 
back for the iKfe;j,-.e of Washington, or if, 
in any event, Gen. Lee nf.acks that city 
doriiig this year, he will be aided io tbe 
attack by a Cotjfederate iron-clad Beet. 

Thia con:iogeocy, improbable aait stay 
seem, is still poasibis, sad OMy occur — 
There are no obetroctioiM in tbe Fotomac 
rives, nor is there a aingle fort or bit tery 
along its banks -the guns of whirh would 
have any more eSiect on the sides of an iron- 
clad vessel than tbe paper wad from a boy's 
pop gun. In the case of the Delaware river 
and Philidelphia the matter i» even wurse. 
It might have been ^ood policy in the 
Pennsylvania Legislature to reoeove the 
capital of that State to Fhiladelpbio, in 
view of the exposed coadition of Harrisburg, 
i» ease of a tbiid iovasieo o$ that State. 
But if tbey are wise tbey wFH at evce see 
to it the* iostant me isu-res are taken to pre- 
vent a hostile fleet from spproaehiLg the 
Quaker City. 

TOB LaTBST MlblTABT OBOBB or GsKB- 
BAi» BOTLBB.— Thia specimen of man and 
brote comtnned, tbs bruta attributes pre- 
dominating, lately dischirged a Captain 
ind Cl'-rk, of a steamer plying between 
New York and Portrefs Monroe, because 
they bad the ai»diic;ty to prefer tbs white 
passengers eating at the first table. 

Tbe negroes were compel le.1 to wait a 
half hour longer for grab. Thia arronaed 
the ire of Yankee Bat'er, and henoe the 
order of dism'^sel. 

Britftnnia and Japaaoed Ware! 

A BIBB 8TOCK OF BBITAHNIA WABB ABO TBA 

TRAT8 AHD WAITERS, verff cheap, at 

dedcl7 R. ALBERT'S 21 street. 



nAKOSI PIAHOBll 
Of the best msnnfsetoriss, at fitmi $25 |^ 
$60 less thsn CnroimrATt Cash prices. 
decl7 R. ALBEBT. Second Hi^l 



TavKBDX-t. April It laca 
Sngar-New Orleans, 1* t* 2(fa, 

Bbls. in 10. ^ ' Hal 

Con-BX 4lie. to 47e. 
WHXAT-Sed #1 4n; WhttSfi SB. 
FtouB — Selling at from ^TMgfg. 
Whiskv.— Market firm Boaa S¥nnlVm 
minm sening at gl ' 
Crash 8n||ar, Me. 



Oran 
Loaf 



8«c. 
S6a. 



tie; Half bbh. t8.ty 



Baoon— Sides 18J^; Hams 16: Shoulders isi/- 

L 4BD. -19 to I8c, per lb. ** 

Hkmp. — f 186 per ton. 

ToBAOoe.— Selling at TdlSelto. 

HAOBBimi..— Barrels 
Quarters, No. 1, «4.75. 

Salt.— 5O0. fibnshel. 
^ iK*"^-— Bar Iron Nail Iron 93 ;HMm8h6l^ 

NAir.s.— $6150 for lOd. 

giOB.— 11c. V S). 

Fbatbbbs. — 54 cents Ihe. 

FiAX Saxa.—  2 25@2 85 per bnahal. 

SbmpBud.— $3.50 per bushel. 



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OLD 3TAND ON WALL STREET. 

I 

OLD AND NKW HAMS, 

QOUNTRT PROCUUE 4ND A GENERAL 
ASSOHTMElfT Of FAMlL T AND BU- 

sms^s ooNsvMFTi( if» r»M cut 

AND COUNTS Tt I 

\ I *f OLD AWD COMMISSION 
/ ^ «»ad,e«abraoinjB two large and elegant 
tlira»»t9ry f f ores on Wall Street, I continue Ur 
carry with increased stock and facilities, my 

Ionee;itablishe.J biHine.-4»of furnishinK Farailier 
in City and County, Farmers, Merchant ajd alt 
otiiers, most of the e.si ential commodities eon 
sumed in lite, sll which 1 ara selling at tho 
most favorable rates for cash or such countrT 
prodno« as so iu the market. Thankful for the 
liberal patronaoe eo leafreatended to me in tbs 
pist. and whtcfi has enabled me to oflbr ifreater 
indi»cen.ent9 to onstomers bereaftas. I respect- 
fiiliy !K licit B coniinnance ofth^ fevers. Be- 
low will be found ad vertisemeate ofafewofmv 
peeiali -.ies.; but rt wotf?d tafre irpa whole news- 
paper to onnH»nr«er»:ff »fl th « commodities o  

Ssncral necfe..-*it^ which I habittnHly keep OB' 
and. No one can examine my stock and |0 
away aU8Biteda»t»q«ality ancf price. 

^ ALIiX. MADDOX. 

iir ^ Ml T 1 Sundon Wall Street. 

JBsysTilJe, July 17 

r\uD HAMS.— 200 two year old ca^ 
W vaMsedof a lot of some thousand of my 
own eonng, auU reoMiaing for select use. 

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and of nwHaniBd flavor. 



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MARRIi:i£ . 

On tho 2.' th of April, 1864, by Esq. Shelton. 
Mr. 3ALTZEK YAGO, of Abordeea. Ohio, to 
Mi-s ELLEN DANIKL, of Mayavllie, Ky. 



DIBD. 

Mrs. NANCY WILLETT. consort of Mr. 
Richard Willett, dec'd, departed this life April 
aoth, 1864, in the ninety-first year of her iige. 

Mrs. W., was born in Berkt ley County, Vs., 
emigrated to Kentucky in 1799— si.vty-five years 
ago— settled in M«yf ville, and lemained a citi- 
sea of thia vicinity until her death. Soon after 
her  ettlement here, she with her most excellent 
husband, united with tbe Methodist Church, in 
which sbe remained a worthy member until her 
death. 

Mrs. W. posMsited a good, well balanced mind, 
which had Oven well coltivated. She had the 
faoulty of mukinz her own family and visitors 
comfortuble and happy without apparunt eflort. 
Siie waa remnrkable fur her neatnesa, industry, 
eheerfsJaew«aad ulaiidity of temper. Her man- 
ner wasaimpleand natural, yet cracerul and dig- 
aifie l. Ah a wife an • mother thewas Cbpecially 
noted. With an enlarged catholicity, aba was 
an earnest Methodist. Full of years, rich iaez- 
pertei«ee,and matured iii tiie culture of the WoSd 
ol'Uod, she has fallen ''a Keep ia Jesus." 
"E'en down to old afre, all ray [tecple shall prove 
My sovereivn, eternal, anchaogable love; 
And when hoary balra.  hull their temples adorn, 
Like lambi  they sbail still in my bosom be 
borne." 



BOURBON WHISKY .—A large stock o 
[.nre copper distilled Whisky, from, ene t« 
ronryears old, al 
by Brl or gallon 



- copj 

fonryears old, always kept on band for iHiie~lbir 



ALKX. MADSMXS^ 



COMMON WHISKY. — An aboodaot 
 UDp|j of common Whiakeya, at very Icnr 
rates. Ml waya on hand. 

A LEX. MADDOX. 

FAMILY FLOUR.— The choicest brands 
always keot ALEX. MADDOX. 



CORN MEAL. — From picked flint 2ra'.a 
aod eanltaUy aifiled, ever  ya haid. 

ALEX. MADDOX. 



SUGAKS-^oicest Brown 
8i«ara alwaya oo bead. 

ALEX. 



and White 
MADDOX. 



We sympathize with herlarjre circle of highly 
respected relatives, commending them to that 
fixed around the galleriea| refiecting every- I eram'ons Kedaemer who alone can speuk lasting 
tbiag on theses. A ooiamoh. tosrar 18 BOW the heart. 



COFFEE. — The choicest descriptioas al- 
waya kept ia ftiU supply. 

ALXX. MADDOX. 

'^^EA3 -Chaeo aad Blaek of ^1 the beak 
A gradss. ALKX MADDOS. 

FISH — Mackerel, SaloioB. Herriac, 
Sardiaas, Lake and other ilhh 
ALEX. MADDOX 

)RN IK THE £AR~Selected sound 
com in tbe ear always on hand 

ALEX. MADDOX. 



preparea always oa 
A. MJlDDOX 



Thi 



"price afliberty is eternal lifibuioe " 
woia. bat it fa joat aa likely aa not 
that It will fo ap tvo par aaat,hof6ca these 
Iiass fotihlaprirtl. 



A eotempoiaqr ooco vUaky at thieo 
dollars per galloB is ImKbI to ooatamplaU. 



erected io its place 

6ib. .The Walls of Babyloo. hbilt by or- 
der pf£(emiram is, or NebuehadoeEBar, and 
finished ioooe year, by 200,000 meo. They 
were of immense thickness. 

7th. Tbe temple of Diana, at Epesus 
completed io tbe reign of berviui, sixth 
ug of Rome. It was 450 feet long, 2C0 
b roaJ,aod supported by 126 marble pillars, 
70 feet long. The beam:i and doors were of 
cedar, the rest -of the timber eypriis.' It Wss 
destroyed by fire B. C, 265. 



Some wicked wsg aaks: *Why ara Ae 
eehooi-ma^mao^ Hiltoa Head like aa oil 
paiqier? 
ooldiB.' 



. - Herpa»tor preaobed a faneral to a large and 
sym^hisingandienoe, from Phil. 1: 21— "For 
Ebe to llVh is XThrist. and to die is guiu." 

Mayayille, Ky., April 26th, 1S64. B. F.S. 

East Maysville, on Thursday, April Slat. 
1864, WEBSTER N., infant son of A^«. and 
Wahnhs 8. FowER, aged one year, seven months 
and fourteen da 3. 

So fades the lov«ly blooming flower; 

Frail. aroibng tsolace of an hour; 
So aoon onr tranaient oomlorta fly, 

And"pieaaawa only blocm-— t o 'd ia. -- 



CHEAP LAM PS!— 200COALOIL 
iiAMPS OF EVERY SIZE AND STYLE 
AT FBOM 50 CBftTS TO $6. CHlM. 
1U|Y9, SHADES. WICKS, etc., at 

daal7 B. ALBEftT'S 8d stnaft. 



OAKUM— Choice 
hand 

BLOCK AND TACKU~Ao asaortment 
ambracing all aiaesof snperiM' oonstnetiea 
ALEX. MADDUX. 

CORDAGE— Hemp and Manilla ropes of 
all sizes from a ploofh line to a ships cable 
alwaya on haad. ALEX MADpOX 

■ 'I ■ I' ■ ' ■ I 1 ! . \   • . • ■ 

1 N e 'Porehaaed ^ho' »oA of 
8TATIOMBRT, WAI.I* 

PAPER, Ao., of Messrs W. L. Pxabob A Ge., 

I propose to oondnct .ho busineas at tbe old 
stand in Ibis City. I shall be continually sup- 
plied with a full stock of all articles pertaining 
to tbe business andshall sell upon the moet rea- 
sonable terms. 

Mv stock of SCHOOL BUCKS A SCHOOL 
STATIONERY is now complets and embraces 
all ^ne classes of Books ia use by the Schools in 
NortatSta' Xentneky and iionthem Ohio. 

«. W. BLAl-TERVAir- 

8ep.IT,lfe6r. - ~- 



HA V 
BOOKS, 



IS, 

lane aopply of heat ^aalitr. for. aale 




THE BULLETIN. 



OirA New Yojk writer to a London pa- 
pM sUtM tkat thtre U not a negro UrMrla 
V«»Toric.wheiiiM(aa a^Mi^^M tte 
FiwMtBtial chair. 

O^Two hundred end ninety moehnnlet 
wero remored to LoaitvilU on Moo- 
dey vSght from the front, voder gnard, 
having itraek for higher wage*. On Wed- 
neida/ the were aent north of tho Ohio 
river, thoro to romnlo doriog Uio wpr. It 
b a erimo to aak fair wagea fro«i.4lMiy fM4- 
isg aboddy Admioistration. 

(py-Tha Federal fleet in front of Mobile 
li fopMiod bgr aoathwa BowopopM «od. 
feiu of 18 Teaaela. 

Oi^rThe Coofederate Treasniy Depart- 
naeot baa iaaaad $978, 000,000 of Treaaury- 
k&tm. $796,000 000 aro aow oviiCaadiag. 

(O'Fatber Chiniqny, the eooTerted 
Freoch Canadian priest, at TTanlHikoOt III i 
ha  taken to himaelf a wife. ' . 

OCrTweoty two Uookado rmi 
■teambeau have left Havaao, Oabta. 



Or^A Fremont pop* baa 
Waabi ngton. 



alartad in 



()^A11 the aewiog woman of Gonneeli- 
ent, R. H., have atmek for bigbar wagea. 
Id San Francisco there is a general move- 
ment for an increaaa of wagea. 8tone-oat- 
ara danaod ftooi $4 to 95 a dqr* Blaek- 
 »aitb« iaaiad 80 a day-4a fsld. 

OCTA correapoodent of the New York 
World, oatimataa that tba axpaoaaa of the 
Qtiartermaatir^ Dapartmant W O^. Bank 'a 
Dirision for traoapnrta alone cannot ba laaa 
than half a millioo a day. Thara ara now 
over two hundred ahipe and ataameia of all 
alaaa angased in the aervioaof IhoQaartar- 
aaatar'a Department 

OCrWe notice that Messra G. A.&J.B. 
McCabtbet are receiving a Urge importa- 
tion of Qoaanawara, diraat from tba Mann- 
factarera In Europe. Persons de iring 
something nice in their line should give 

tbam a aall^ 

CirMr. Al. O. Cox, foimerlt of tbia city 
died on the ISih of laa'c month, at Obildara- 
borg, Alabama, aftar a aieknaaa of only 84 
boora. Hia diaaaaa waa Inflamation of tba 
Stomach. 

Gen. Montgomery, of KAn*aa jiyhawkinj; 
notoriety, has been dtsbonorably dismissed 
by the President, from tbamili'ary service 
of tba United Sutea, for hie em alt 7 to tba 
nagro traopawbombe commanded; bat who 
a^of beara of any coidplaiot agaloat tbia 
man for bis^roeUy to white men end wo- 
tnen. The President knew him to be a 
murderer and a thief, when he commission- 
ed bim to serve in the United States service, 
but he wss only a mnrderar of white men 
and women, and a robber of white citizens 
of Missoari— all of whieh he did in the name 
Of dod and boteanity^wbteb only made 
bim a mao of lAark Aid of bigb eommao- 
dation in the aetiraation of lha Praaidaot 
and the republican party. Bot wbao bo 
laid his bloody haoda on tba negro, tbey 
tbey discovered that ba wia nofit for a 
commander in the United states service. — 
Well, we rejoice that the villain has, at last, 
received a small portion of his merited dis- 
grace and puniabment. — ^okuk (/010a) Con- 



French China. Olaaa and Qaee'n'awaro! 

AJi»4 iMic ttockat and btUm Cincinnati pric4i, 

R. ALBERT'S 
deolT Modal Ohiaa Store, Sd, Stree. 



H 



ARPER'S MAGAZINB FOR MAY; 
OODEY'S LADIES' BOOK " 
liaceived al 
G. W. BL, ATTER1I|AN*8 

BoOSBTOJUt, 

Mayaville, April 23. 2ud Street. 



SILVER PLATED WARE!— CASTORS 
SPOONS, FORKS, TABLE CUTLERY, 
etc.. AT LOWEST Clii^CINNATI PBICBS 

daelT B. ALBERT, 2d atraat. 



Speolal Notices. 



^^Let tboeewbo have donbced tbe v irt ae a 

of Bull's Cedron Bitters, if any eucb there be, read 
the followinfr Certificate from gentlemen well 
known in this community, and donbt no more. 

Ita general introduction into the army will 
save the Uvea of tbooaandaoronr soldiera. 

LoabviUa, Ky., Jnne M, 18M. 

We, tbe undersigned, have aeen the good ef- 
fects produced by the use of Dr. John Bull'a 
Cedron Bitters in case of general debility and 
prostration of the system, and believo its general 
aaa would prevent diMaae and relieve mneb aaf- 
IMng. Among oaf aoSdlan pardenlariy wonld 
tbb be tbe eeee, eepedaPy tboaa wbo ata lajoaed 
to miasoaatie inflaenees in tbe Southern ellmata. 

Miy. Philip Speed. Col. Int. Rev. 8d Dist. Ky. 

Chas. B. Cotton, Col. Port of Louisville, Ky, 

Col. K. Dent, Prov. Marshal Gen'l of Ky. 

Bev D P Headenon; Vice Prea. SaniUry Com. 

Harney, Hagbee A Co.. Pabliabem, Damoorat. 

Geo. P. Doem, Prop. Louiav! lie Anzeiger. 

Hngbes & Purkhill Wholesale Dry Goods 
Dealers, Sdaia St. Loaioville, Ky. 

Davis, Orean &Co. Wholesale Shoe Dealera, 
Mala 8t.Loai8vUla, Ky. 

Hart A Mapotber, Lttbograpbera, omner of 
Market and Third Sta. Lonlsville, Ky.. 

Julioa Winter, Clothing Merchtint, eoraar of 
Third and Market SU. Loniaville, Ky. 

Capt. S.BL Htldaetb, ofleamea IfaJ. Anderaon 

Mi^. L. T.Thnaten, Paymaater U. 8. Army. 

C. M.Metcair, National Hotel, Louisville. 

Col. Jasse Bajlea, 4th Ky. Cavalry. 

Ueorge D. Preutice, Louisville Journal. 

See 8dvcrti."»ement in another column. 

For cule Wholesale and Ketuil by JOHN D. 
PAKK, Cor.4;li a: Walnut .Sts ■ Cincinnuti, O. 



6B0CERI£S AND LIQUORS. 



W.L.&J.L.PEARCE 

GiOMMISSm IfERG^lNTS, 

BUTTON BT. , {oppoaiU tee flbiiae) 

MAY8VILLE, KY. 

■ 0 

Wa panottftl attntini wiUbs^ven 
to BeMiTing ft Forwuiiif all Ooodt 
MBsigiwd to o«r emrt . 

Mmiknmmtn»JmttUjUMim0mtmie 

wtanner, with refareneetoquaNtjfamdfuantity, 
€t$ if Ik* fortm fmnkaam§ wtn p t n mmUj/ 



, REP, CORNER 

CLOIfflUSa^TORE! 



E HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND 
shall hereafter keep constantly on band a 
of supply UUODB8 « VEBNEBS Celebrated 
Ale, in HiOi BWa. and Bottles. 

W. I. dfe J. L. r EA RC E. 

Sole Agenta, 
aprll T. -St Sattan St., Mayaville, Ky. 

KEMOVAL ! 

TLiE nndaialKoed wonld reapectfally an- 
nonnoa to Um Clliaana of Mayarllla and 
the e o t r a un ^BK Oaontiy, that tbey vHlI 

On MONDAY next, the tnd day of May, 

Open tbeir NEW STOKE on Second Street, tbe 
same foinierly ooenpied by Mackey A Wood as 
Drug Store, and next door to Meaere. Mnllins 



A Hnnt, where they will be prepared to abow a 
New, Lane and Bkg^t Stoek of 

DryGkxxls and OazpetsI 

Suitable for the prcent and approaching season. 

TliHnkTul for tlio l.beral patrona);e heretofore 
bestowed UfKin them, they hope by adherinjf to 
their former motto: **.'«trict 1 11 t»-s 1 1 1 v, tiooU 
tiooda, iintt Terms C.  h," to merit a coa- 
tlnnatlonaud incrca^•c of tlie ^uiiie. 

BICKHTTS. WBLId dk CO. 
Mayirine, April tSth, 18«4-lm. 



BLAi^paaiioari. — We have never seen in 
all our newspaper rea'ding a mora shocking 
sentence than one which met oar eye in this 
morning's t/burna/. We almost shrink from 
re-producing it, but it is proper that all 
should know bow the monster of abolition 
is bjinging everything sacred to the dust. 

In apeaking of the oologiea of the Deia- 
Oeratie preaa upon tba late apaaeb of Col. 
Wolford, at Lezingtoo, tba Jbumol employs 
fbe reTolting seLteoea to wbieb we have 
alloded. Beed it: 

"XC^^ aire aatiafiad tbat hia dii gast when 
ba reada tbe eneominms of tbo Copperhead 
aroianpoa what tbey falaaly aaaume to be 
bicdadaratioo of boatllity to tba Oovero- 
teent, will make JUmnteara ttnak a$ long 
ft« At 6erlttoH &h tkt Motatf* 

This manner of measuring the length of 
tbe oaths of a Colonel of Cav*lry — by tba 
h"ly inspirsiion of the Mount, may be 'loy- 
al ' enough bot^ as we said before, it is 
shocking to ovary faaling of religion, and to 
all wbo raTaranoo aaarad tfainga.— Dajlon 



WATCHES. CLOCKS 

SILVER WAKE!!! 

JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK 
of FINB «SOI.D WATCHBS AND 
JEWEI.KV oftbelateetatylca. Alao,alarge 

u£»sortment of CLOCKS. 

SILVER WAKE. PLATED WARE 
AND FANCY GOODS. 

larA liirv'e Slock of M ATEKIAL. to accom- 
modate tlie ti ttJi-. 

BTJEWELUV & SILVER WARE made to 
Order. 

E^A good Watebmaker and Jcwe'er wanted 
and ab.o an Apprentice. 

CWb Paid for California Gold and Old 

Silver. 

O. F. DUFBU, 
Next door to Minerva Shoe Store. 
Mayavtlle, Ky., April »th, 1M4. 



A New Hob^x^'Bob Wanted. — The edi- 
tor of the Natiooal Eagle, pnblidhed at 
Claramoot,N. H., ia evidently a go-ahead 
man. In a raeeot number of tbe Sagla we 
ind tba follosriag ariielaf 

"If we bad possessed tbe requisite genius, 
we should before this have invented, 
patented and made a fortune out of an arti- 
cle which every man wbo owns a horse, 
eapeciaily a famHy or fancy horaa, really re- 
qoires^ namely, a aot off boma above, made 
•f tUal aad taiahad i» a neat manner, 
arbicb any per»oo aaa kaT« in bia-aubla 
xaady fbr oae, and pnt on wboo tboboraa ia 
harnawad and going out upon the road, and 
takan off when brought in and unharnessed. 
It ia of course required tbat tbe fastening 
ahall be fimple, safe, and not '.iable to get 
out of order, to cramp or hurt the foot, nor 
to impede freedom of action. Tbe simple 
aUtamant of tbe want will* we doubt not, 
be aodatatood aad appraeiatad by every 
bonemtn. Even to tboaa boraaa wbieb ara 
iin constant service it wonld be a relief and 
AiMu^tat night to have tbeir ahoea off; but^ 
«o that larjte cisas of family and sporting 
boraea wtoich are on the road otjly at the 
plea^re of tbeir owoera and which are fre- 

Siantly idle for daya and weeks at a time, 
a baoeflt would be incalculable. Many 
• walwibU bone baa bad bia fat* rolaed by 
aba iaic»MeiM»j*ee wdlad a«d vivalad 
to hia hoof, there to remain for w eeka , and 
often tat mootba, witbont cbeoga. while 
tbe hoof waa growing, bat with no chance 
to expand aod take tbe natural ahape of the 
natural or wiUl borse of the desert cr pra'.rie. 
Thousands of boraea are bitched in tbeir 
atalta, their feet raiaed from the floor by 
ibo thick nam of ibaic abeae and calks, there 
Id dry and cia»p. S t BOma ffaveiish and paio- 
M to tbe poor buMap. promoiinc tbroah. 
II. apavte mkmaam atbar. ^iefi^ 



Nolioa to Fameni ! 

7E ARE NOW MANUFACTURING 
at our Foundry, our celebrated 

aOOAR CAHB BCXX.XdB. 

Which we warrant to aurpaas any now in nae.— 
Give us a call and examine oar Mill, aa we are 

confident it will (rive Katisfacticn. 

JAMES JACOBS »* SON, 
april 81-lm» Matsvilie Fou.ndrv. 



New Millinery Store ! 

MISS ANNIE BRYAN respectfully informs 
the Ludit-H oI'Maysville and vicinity, that 
Hhe hHs opened a Store on Sutton Street, over 
FiCKKTTs, WEL£aAC«t%. wharaaba will keepa 
Urtre and elecant aaeoitoiant of BONNETS, 
RIBBONS. FLOWERS, HATS, aad ail tbe 
Fancy Artielaanaaally kept in a Milliae^ Ba- 
tabUahinont. 
Ma yavme, Ky., Apffl Idtb, IW. 

INTERIOR 

ADORNMENTS! 

JUST RECEIVED A CHOK E 9ELB0TION 
of new and desirable btylea of 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

from tbe rich and ornate to tbe meat e haal a and 
siaiple iiatterne, appropriate farPatloca, 
Halle,Dinittc-Booma aad Cfaambara. 

FnUB SOAXD PBOnS^MV MfBi; 

WINDOW SHAIMBS, 



of any iaqulfada^to^orste,on.baad W 

azxaT MonxozNG- 

OVAL PICT(^RS FRAMES. 

PICTURE CORD & TASSELS, and all the 
trimmings fcr framea. 

FRAMING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE! 

The above Goods are all new and will be sold 
cheaper than ever before soJd in this cit .-. 

A call is solicited from persons wishing to 
the above goods- 

J. G. dr C. 8- ROGERS, 
t   BeoKaan.ffa 4 ^TATUsma, 



Below will be fonnd an enameration of aoma 
of tbe artiolaa inelndad in our atock, which we 

to dwtMidaiaw te Oidi or Oaaatqr 
daea: 

M Hbda. Cboioe K. O. Stigar; 
8 Hhds. Prime N. O. Sugar; 

SO Bbla. Loveriug's Refined Sagare; 

lO " Crushed do; 

»• " Folveriaed do; 

IS •* A. Coffse do; 

M Baga Cbotee Bio OodBia; 

M '* Prime Bio Ooflba; 

Sa Packages Uolden Sytnp,lnMalf Bbla. 

* and :0 gal. Kegs; 

le Bbla. New Crop N. O. Mo l ms s s; 

es Paokagm Mackeral, in Bbk, Hf. Bbla, 
Qr.Bbla.andKita; 

SS Hf. Cbaeta Cb dee OonpowarTaa; 
6 '* " Black Tea; 

SO GroM Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco; 

Oboica Smoking Tobaeco, in Half Poaad 
and 6 Found Paekagea; 

SO Caddies Choice Chewing Tobaaeo; 

SO BntU Chewing Tobacco; 

fiO.OOO Cigars, assorted brands; 

TAtOOO White and BniT.Envelopm; 

Cap, Note and Letter Taper; 

SCO BozeaSardinea,halTeaand qnarten; 

SS Dos. Cove and Spiced Oyatera, in 1 A 
8 lbs. Can! ; 

IsSBaakeU Cbampaigne Wine; 

IS Bone Native Wines; 

Cboiee Old Bon r boa Wblaky, in 
Barreia and Bottlea; 

Common Wlilskr; 

Rectified Whiskey; 

Frencli Brandy;tiin;r:inger Winr; 
Baidna; Figa; Almonda; Bncketa; Tnba, in neaUt 
Wrapping Pa|Mr} Faaeiy, Toilet and Bat Soape; 
Waabboarda; Hroonia; Cordage; Matsiiea; Spioea; 
Star and Tallow Candlea; Clieaee; CraoVera; 
Shot; etc. We invite the attention of Country 
Merchants particularly to onr stock of goods. 

We reepectfolly solicit tbe orders of dw tnde 
generally, promiMng satisfaction In all casta. 

W. L & J. L PEARCE, 

Noa. IS A 18 Satton St., (opp. Lee Hoase) 
ManbS«.18M. MAT6V1LLM, Mil . 



Emporium of Fashion 



WS take pleaanre in infonnlag ear Patrons 
and the public generally, tbat we have 
Juat received, and aiaeontbraiagto iaaaiva,ftoBi 
Nsw'Toax, BA&VMOBa and etbw y 
Posts, a voli., uaaa Aim VAano eroox ev 

GElSlLEMEirS BEiDY-KADE 
CLOTHING; 

Of the very latest Eastern Stylak 

Dress Coats* 

Basiness Coats. 
Promenade Coats, 
Pants and Tests, 

Of an a^rlm and deecriptions, all of wbieb we 

will dispose cf at tbe lowest Eastern prices. 

We have paid the moet particular PBBSONAL 
ATTKNTION in the mleotion of Oooda for onr 

MERCHANT TAILORING 

DEPARTMENT, 



And bava p nmb a a ed only tba MOST CHOICB 
and FASHIO N AB LE kinda and Stylea. Hav- 
ing made and EXTENSIVE ADDITION to this 
branch of our bnaineae, we have now tbe best 
FACILITIES to Maanfactare to Order, at tbe 
SHORTEST NOTICE. Our Celebrated and ex- 
perienced Cutter. JERRY F. YOUNG, will 
auperlntend the getting up of all work in tbe 
Ibrebant %uloring Une, by experienced work- 
ONLT. Tbe Stock consists of the finest 



J.KDESSAR&CO. 

Have Received 

AN £NTI&E ]S£W STOCK OF 

Springy and Summer 
CliOTHING; 

FUMiSHlNG AND PIECE GOODS, 

Composed of 
Fine ClOth CoatS, 

Beautiful i^ack Coats, 
Late Style OawSimnigs Ooati^ 
Vests of all descriptiona^ 
Pantaloons, a la mode, 

FrencbYoke Skirts, 



mm mmm m cLom. 

BLn£ MILITARY CLOTHS^ 
HATS « CAPS, 

ForniskinsT Goods, 
&0. &C. &e. 

MAinnr AOIUBBD bt tbxm 

Expreinly for tliis BCarket^ 

WHICH THEY PROPOSE TO VKLL AT THE 

Easten MaDulsieUirers FKIC£S ! 

Bayeis will find it profi^iUe to^p^e 
them a eall. 

Mayaville Ky., 17th 18M. 

J. B. DESSAR & CO. 

STILL CONTINUE TO MAKE UP 

OLoraiNa to oia BR„ 

UNPEH THE SUPERINTENDENCE OP 

Bfr. J^COB lUkHOOiUI^. 
nrTREIBtWirAL VXU. known STtLS 

or ELEGANCE, AT POPULAR PRIC^ AW 
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING 

New & Stylish Goodsy 

WHICH WILL BOT FAIL TO PLXASB 
EYBN thb won fASnOIOIIB. 

Mayavilla, gy., Mareh inh,18 4. 

ATTENTION BLACKSMITHS ! 

YOUGHIOGHENY COAT., t ! 

a load of Pore 



Foreign and Domestic Cloths; 

French and English Cashmeres; 

Silks, Satins & Cashmeres for Vest- 
ings. 

Mr. T01TNG baa alao proonred Oenio's, C. 

sc i«%g; 



MUIaLINS & HBNT'S 

WHOLESALE 

DRY GOODS STORE! 

TH B gTJ ^SC&lBBRg. LONO ESTAB- 
USOBPIB tt large reuai I iy 6ooda bnsineas 

biMaypvine,#oMdeinitbeatltotioii ofOonb- 

try Merchants to their recent addition of sn ex- 

tenaiTe Wholaeale Dapertment; which will be 

wwdhMtatf aft K Bl'JtfOTIiT HUMI PKIBCf- 

plb. 

The muxf ytara of ezperienee poaaeeaed by 
onr bnyar, ootab£nod with a perfect knowledge of 
aia Kntad^ tndbi^ • fberoogb MqnalBtnm- 
sbip witb«n tiie Manafactnriog and Importing 
Honaaala tbe Xaat, and tbe fact of vr pnr- 
cbaeee behig mna* tat * Csbb,*  togitbkr 1rf«b a 
firm datmnination to sell at a men coiiimiarion 
advance on Eastern Cost, will be sufficient 
gnarantieato QLOSS CASH BUYERS that we 

eemMt-ba widanoid by uy VSnBBH JOB- 
BING HODSB. 

Onr Stoek vlll be fonnd better adapted te tbe 
wanteeT of oareutooMn tbnn it ia lunal to 
find in the gaueraBtr JOBBIKG HOVStt; 
aa it will embrace a greater variety of gooda than 
ia ordinarily met with in an exoln^ve Wholesale 
BstabllabBMBt. Tbe d*partiiieiitB nletted to 

AND 

ISf o t io n 3 , 

Will be at all times especially attractive as par- 
tieolaf attenflon will be paid to them, and a 

LARGE STOCK 

Kept constantly on band. We wonld impress 

npon our friends that in aending ns orders they 

may rely upon havinsr them executed to tlie fnl- 
et)t ' xlenl of our ability. 

MULUNS k HUNT 

Cheap Thy Ootfds Store, 

Sod Street, ■aysrille, Ky. 

Mayaville, Ky. Jan. 8, IMS. 



li iiHi i a fjtn a 4^iwi iatMt3t  b 1 1 nt 

110 a llS^Fea^i ttree^ 
[a»iil7-8m] t'fWcAeif ATI, 

KIQCEE&IIIIMilllilitlSMiE 

zero. xds3- 

Wut S$eokd Stmt. betw4m Maei  ft Um Stntlit 
eXNCXHlTATX, O. 

WIT Attend to tbe Sale of all kfo^ at 
PRODnCE, and make immedUte Betorai.' 

deaeripttcn df GtoeeAaafiMqpi^' 

sxvKSs ir vxBxnsimi to 
Jobs A. Robinsom, Esq., aallipolia, O. 
A. W. BussntE, Esq., Portamontb, O. 
HoM. L. T. MooKx, Catlettaban.Xy.- 
Capt. W. noraazu, * 
Jvo. N.BiDBASpsox.Bso., r*  ^ 

D. D. GxiezB. Eiq.,  • ••' 
HcoR MxANs,Esq.^ Ashland, Ky. 
Wm. T. NioHoi.La, Esq., Ashland. Ky.' 
Wk. L. Gsioer, Esq., Ashland, Ky. 
Gao. Wvaiij, Eiiq., ureenupsburg, Ky. 

E. ^.HoosTADAT, Esq., 

Lotris D. Ross, Esq., " " 

Catt. Z.SBiRut, Loall»Tine,Ky. 

Hoif. Taoe. B. BsjdnjEM, f nttlOM, Sy.' 

BT^^ill male liberal advance on don^n« 
mania of Prodnee. [mar 8, 



On 



GENTlEIEn rURKISHING GOODS! 

Comprisea all appertaining to a Gentleman's 

ontitfaadMtoemoBHowiaBdTuiad *e 



fRENCH YOKE SHIRT, 

Can be got at onr Store. 



FOR THE FINEST AND LATEST STYLE 



OALtAtTOB RBD COMHER. 



ArOll.SOPII.TOf 

Tnuiks, 
Taltses, * 

Carpet Sacks, 
Umbrellas, &c., 

Alwaya on hsnd. 



ALL PPfXHA«BB8 WHO WIAU TO 



SAVE MONEY! 

AND GET THE 

LATEST STYLES ! 

WILL JTND IT TO" TfiEIB ADVANTAGE 
TO CALL A*F THE 

RED CORNER STORE 



NEW CASS 

HAR DWARE HO USE! 

SIG N Br& SA W. 

WE Tako pleasure in aDDOuncing to our 
eld friends and customers, that we have 
again opened a HARDWAKE HOUSE, on 
Second Street, io the honse formerly occupied 
by Mr. H. C. Lloyd, where we will be pleased to 
see any who may favor na with • eall; We are 
now in recdpt.and will eontinne to reodve new 
additions to onr Stock weekly. We purchase onr 
goods direct ftt m the AMERICAN IdANU- 
FACTURERS and FOREIGN AGENTS for 
Cash, and propose to furninh gooda'st aa l6w 
figures as can be boncht We.-t. 

We also continue the WHOLESALE BOOT 
A SHtlE BUSINESS and request Merchants to 
leoktbrongh our Stock before buying elsewhere. 

SIGN BIG SAW. MarSTille,Kr« 

BUILDINO HABDwTrE; 

SADK.BST HARDWARE; 

COACH HARDWARE; 
TABLE * POCKBT CUTLERY; 

TEA A BBSAO TB4YS; 
CARFENTBBS TOOLS; 

COOPEB8 TOOLS; 
SHOVELS; SPADES  fc RAKES; 

TRACE  fc OTHER CHAINS; 
FAIRBANK SCALES to weigh 
TOO pouds to 6.000 pounds. 

riRB PROOF SATJBB. 
MayBTille,Ky., Uarab 8, 1864. 



RQBBRT T.' ABMBSfiOWCI/ 

—irrti— 

ACTOIT, CI.ARK & Od. 

(SuooneoBa Te ACTOR ft WfifetoWTT.) 
Importers and Jobbers 0/ 

DRY GOOl5^  

103 Pearl Stroet, bet. Vine &Kaee, 

[mar3-2moJ CINCINNATI. 

M. THOMPSON, 

Umbrellft^ Parasoly 

Ann 

WALKING CANE 

MANUFACXpRY,. 

Ho. 167 HaiB Straeft, lmL 4&M9iki 

CINCINNATI, O',' . . 

^9*Bepa!ring promptly attended to.' [nCW 

DtTHMS & CO. 

S. W. Cor. 4th and Wnhnt Streeisi 
CINCrNNAti,' d., 

Betail & Wholesale Sealers in 

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, 

JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. 

TiJET Keep on hand a large stock of Cheap' 
Wateliea, Jobbing Material, Speetsiclea,- 4*./ 
foftlMTra^ . 
0-Old G^ld liud a»i^«i Kotigbi tiii 
mai«b 8, 1864- 1^ 



Gaab. 



ACACKET & waox ; 

WE HATE REMOVED OUR URUG 
STORE to the Ea  t Side of Sutton 
Street, 2nd door from Second, to the New Stork 
titled up exf rcssly for oar business; where we 
have opened a New and Extensiro Stock of 

BRUOS, MEDICINES, DYE STUFJF^, PER- 
FUMBBT, ALL ABTICLE8 OF TOILET, 
And Everything in the NOTION LINE. 
ALSO, Paints, Oils, Lamps. Cbimneys, 
Gardea Seedia, Ac. &e. 

^^We bope all onr old patronawilleoatinne 
their favora, and tbat new onea will eall ia and 
see ns, for we promise Mmrgain*. 

UAGKETasWOOD, 

Mayaville, Mar 8, 1864. Button street. 



NEW CBLZIAP 

Farniture && 

Coni«r oiMMMAiui 8tt^ 



MAYSVTLLEi - 




M A Y SV I LLE 

SOAP & CANDLE FACTORY. 

ThirA Street, ketweea Sattoa 4t Wall, 

A GOOD SUPFLT OP HQULD AND 
SUMMEB'CANDLES, 6EBMAN AND 
EANCy SOAPS OonaUnilymi hand' 
Agent fbr Stareh A BtarCbodfeik 
aarn—h prfd tat TaMwr and 8om Or sees. 
l So.lO JAM^SMITH. 



THE LEE HOUSE, 

Conor 0^ Kraut * Silttatf StrM,- 



^HE UNDERSIGNED HA^ OPENED A 



Tl 
FURNITURE STORE, and will wU artioJe_. 
in his line at ioweb TieoJCn thab tn^ hava 
ever been aold in thiq eity/ . ■ , — , 

I will keep eonatiint^ *a bc&d tie «Hlb#nir 
articles: 

DIVaNS; , SOCIABLES}^ 
BUREAUS;. . WARDROBES; 

rOenOere BiMkfut iui4 Pmins Tablatf 
BOOK CASibB; QATJlACXS; . 

CHAIBiS; LOUNGES; 
MATTRASSE8: CRIBS; 

BEDSTEADS of all Kind*, . i 
And all artiolaa geaenlly bept bi a FaMtMMf 
Store. 

I^~A fine sssortment of ?'lne and CommoW 
Furnitcre for sale at Cincinnati Betail prices. 

BfEANS ft CORYELL, 

Cor. of S^arket  & 2nd atw e   . " 
MajBTlIle, ky., March 10, l&b4. 

Cannel Coal. 

JUST Received a. load^o^ dannel Coal, oa' 
commission'. Now ia the time to Imy^-r, 
Call qnick and lay in a Supply for year ftmliy 

before you are drafted. 

CHARLES FHISTER. 
Mayaville, March 17, '64 [Eagle copy-tf 

TtiE tmitTmiKi , WAJltviMi±it^ d 

C&mbiwd Jt«:9»r mKd Mifiir. 
TBB KBNTUOKT WboJD aV'4€Ut 

REAPER, cuts a tiMrlh of atmn /HbL . 
TBE KESTtJGKt OUPPMS, a fiird 



FOB A FINE STYl/tSH 



SUIT! 

6AU AT 



KED CORJICR STO: 

lAfiaMi 



HORD & PEPPER, Proprfelors. 

o — 

T~ HE Undersigned take pleaanre in an- 
nonneing to tbe people of MaysTllle and 
Mason county, and to tlHt trailing public geikr- 
hlly. that they have-leaasd tbi^poeaiaf'aild tfom- 
modions Hotel for a series of year;, and' Bsto 
opened it for the reception of bbardeA aBd the 
ocoommodation of transient castoraers'. It is 
convenient to the staamfobut Landing*, and is 
the office for tbe Sta^re linr« to tbe inierior' of 
tbe State. Tbe Honse is being tbbrodgbly re- 
paired and reitted throdshoat, and no pains 
wUI beaMiad Io make it ia' B reepeota the best 
KonJi Esiatem KeataieTsT. E*pe Maleare 

■ • in will al- 
oe Miiya- 



Hotel In Konh Esiatem SeakaikV 
will be baatowed npon tbe tables wjueli 
ways be snppiied with tbe laaibiHa wU 
viUeaad Cincinaaa IBS! * 



OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, just «ccived^and 
- ^'i!L-^ ""'s^EA-f oi? 



Stora. C ofner . and A 

'"A BMDMCK. • 

Mayavilles Ky.,«rd March, IS**. 



Court Ptreets. 



CEMENT, LIME, Ae.~6©brl». Freeh Hydran- 
lic Oiaaat: M bria. Freah lime; 10 brla. 
Plaster Paria. Foreala by 



March 17 '64 



JNO. H. RTCHESON. 



SUINGLES.--2^^0J 00 
and for sale b^ 



Xai«bXT M 



5. 



THESE maehioes have been in aneeaaaftil cve-, 
ration for the last Hve years. . Tbeir lepe ■ 



Utfim iaertabliahed. 1 1HII ofiinr great. Ipdoee- 
ntentn UHibeee wbo eall early, a«, maobinaa may 
sdvanttf atatariaUy beforp.tbe seasoit armoe tor, 
cutting.: FHeaa now arp low compared wita 

"'^SL^'^- ^fSS'^RTCffESbN. 

G'r'aiiS, 



-lEEDS.— Clovagu 



O and Garden 

March IT Bfe 



tTTiS 
Seedr, 



iihothy, iJioe 
for sa.'e by 



Oata 



lor sa;e aj , . 

j'nO. H. R1CHB50N. 



h A PPLE BBAliDY- oJd and iMllpw of beet 
\ \^iita fai atoie and for aale br ■ . ; 

•■^n-ti^' BEHrHISTKB. 

jnne iw 

Ccnved 

srtiitiii^aaAioi^. 



AcamsT* 



rFdaMMseipanyq^IitjMVbleb MgblrL ^ 
mend it,aad ia p«««eimee^bir «ll irbp byra 
Mated ita merita, altofitber. not iioCr PBaaaaf.B 
Ansmi tbaybaTB mat w^tb.. ..„,., 

1. Itgivavaonre white Iight^,witben'tCbbq|i^'«' 

3. It etand^.Vtnos Motiovs in any diraptjoa.' 
8. The flsme ia regnlated froth the on  side.. 

4. It is neat afid compact inform' and sise. 

5. It is free from solder.fn tbe upper parta, 
■olhe/wiae very anbatantial In, iu strpeW're. 

6. It has the glasa ndae ao azrauK tbat hraalc- 

IT. tlrS^SSSm ttrticToiB wbieb ib- 
Ofeaae inHOj the fbroa of the 4anM; 1 
iA sametiipftbe ppjpeaabfrii 
eve» whieh is *»»T ""^'fabia. ' 
8. It ia sild at a XO WES PRICE, wi» -««i 
ad«inta«aa.thaajk»y LanMrAiO Vl *r 





l^g»ii;^D« i io w U 
The N«cro's IdunanC 

|i*3=i SIX A CI : 

f ^r Cabins ore 
mtm f TT.'TOi-inTaitn 
^jil^C^oottoB gin, im aabea. 
* ' ' tjicg lsval wUh thogronnd- 

• ' Bo* joIJx-te tBe ftanaUiM, " 

lib* ^IttuniHo tbe^liad*, 
- - Aromtf Mm crowded oera oiUr- 



LIoyd^itjMuirdson, 

WaOLI8Afi9-DB^V*pMl^ 7   / 



Hot -WA rang. «9| 

.y And we shacked 
•UU UMwtouke iM 




TEAS & TOBACCO, 

rUBViBIIISe&COHMISSItl 

^ MERCHANTS, 




JJut now t h« jag i« broken, 

AfUl ttMCorncrib is DO moref 
•3%^ikuB;A«tft«i* barking 

In the empty kitchen door. 

OJd aaatar fk«« J9  clotbea, 
JIM tfn«nr itMreB ft*d; 
2nd tnl^rM namd tbe aiok, 

Wkon ill apdn'OM bed. 

apatiMd, )n raga and aorrow, 

Inbnngerand in cold, 
We weep for good old mistreaa 
We mmnm abail h i l y M |^ 

WilMMni for good old maater, 
•livvAOnklaring in I be grar#, 
Wh»0 Wi aball "loep tofstkpr- 
• IPm ^ikemao and tbs »la«a. 

And none sbnif baed^tb* iMT, ^ - ' 
Wben the treea above tbem fcinr. 

Of lie negro and the white : 
. in the prison-boose below. 



,1 ' ^^p=^5$«^Tijr; u 

It to . wmarkaWe Ul«rtf«»»o oRB. pHll. 
MsbiMl character of Preemaaonnr. and of 

' 



'^t 'adaption at a onWeiBal' aj^na, 

11 lao'J't that how*T«r ith to- 
reUtion to its details. 



WOULD RfWPBOTIULLY CALL 

solicit a portion of joar patfonagei-proniiaiDg to 
fill orders promptly and aatiafaclbrtlly. ^ 

Wo bavo establislied ourselves fbr the pnr- 
poae of indncing Merchants to make their pdr- 
cbases bore incteed of alaewliMei and as our 
ji^yls srs jMMigbt.DiitacT fcom must bauds in the 
JBaatera Market, hj onr Biokor, we make 
tUa proportion Ui Uercbants: 

VhatWs wtindttpUcate anybUl boaght 

Dot what 



forages and 

tetiea rMi diflfer in , , . 

• Won the broed plalforra and seueral ieat- 

•raaall thoughtful student of Masonry agree 
^«rb«r4hoiiBh a deputation from the aeor 

eratioB. of fifty-eight '7 

getber bilora tba "T«onjt Bo«*." and. af- 

fera .earching debaf •f.i °^ 

mankind and a full e;tpBe^«i» 

habits, prejudices, and "/"""fe •8'?'"^ 

on a daoghl to be dr.wA-thi**3 dw'B- »»» 

to ieradicateri or fao.lament.lly cb^Dgad 
"UlLMwe»haUbo no morel . .u. 

aallininn orWery tbooghtful Mssoo. It 
«S?P&.rVeC Well dtfioed; ao 6rtn. yet _ 

DDderl«id with the beaTioa* blocks of troth; ^^^^^ the tradela 

that the wise and the good 

would-be-good, are tempted ^atepopo^ U 

by an irresistible impulse. Matmny m»w 

mrnve. There is that within it. adapted, as 

-waaaid before, adapted to all lands and to 

•II laodaand toall ages, and wh:cli. whWa 

boman babiU. prejndicea and .Lfinnit es, 
{•od wa will add. human yearning. renia.D, 
IMl ^i^ it ta be orired for and bad. This 

b Ita inyitery, this its history, this the key 

to •aoUrie and eeoteric in»lrnctj^ lhi|t it is 

adapted to humanity and wHISemi^ ' 
This broad platform, morally, is spread 

oat upon certain divine precepts. Tbey aro 

dlTine both because, as tradition and history 

dvelare, they were divioely commuoicated 
' to mMk ■ declaration we caoDOtdaubi wben 
r ^ IM bow far they are aboTo human in- 
"Hiil^Mitfto to have originated tbem, and di- 

sdMlwe«aMOf Ukoir aMsplMnabla effects 
'apon'ttHii^irfi of iDteifibt neo. Tbey 

are ths Ten Commandmoots communicated 

by f eity to Moses, from the crags of Sinai. 

As to their Dumber ten, the great Law- 
giver himself declares, Exod 03 xxirr, 28, 

and Dent. IT., 13. that tbls was the origiual 

BOBlttr, which the Greek word, ilecalogos, 

in the Sfliptoagint confirm*. Tbey were at 

fnt di^ded into twa puta, betng written so 
' mpoa two fiUes vf tlam. From the divis- 
ion of Origen, which the Reformed Church 
' ffeTTows. as may be seen lettered nponsevery 

Episcopal Church in the land, the first U- 

bie comprises tba fonr precepts of love to Qod, 

the SeeoBd.TaUallia six praeifpto of diUiet 

to men. 

la aearehiog tbrongh all the sratems of 

•tbiea, whitbac^ ipt^t^ed* iDspiratioD or 

kamafi origin, nothing ko^totaplete, so com- 

prehansive, ao compact npon the bnmao 

daties, can be found as this coda. It em- 
braces all that the SbaaMr, the Koran, the 

Books of Confucius aDd the Uol J Scripiures 

themselves contain. However they may 
. eniarga npon various doctrines, and heap up 

mouDta-iis of details, they cannot at lail go 
'beyond ibe charmed boandary wbich Je- 

ijPfah sat, when with his finger he iricsd. 

asa^^ver upon a tracing board, composed 

of two tablets of stone, ten simple receipU.^ 

How wonderful!— how astounding ! 
Onr thoughts have been much turned to 

thiaadbjeet fn the pr^tion of *Tbe Gode 
^al lt a0ntcLaw.' Ko inqniry aekmad to 
^••ab important, and aseoreilly none to -SO 

4lflcaU of solution, or which has bad so 

«ay eonflictiog nolutions as this, what must 
ioi» do as a Moral menT The diversity 
of sectarian views in Pome countries (iis tha 
jfaitad States and Engisnd); the total wnot 



repreaaot than, they va IM wa« 
baclK at oar 4omaaaa,- 

We have just received from the Kas^- 
SO Hbda^tiboioe new N. O. SUOAB; 
lO " Prime «« « «« 
SO Bbls. LovEBiNo'a Philadelphia REFINE 
SUAARS— Crashed, Oranalated, Powder- 
ed and Coffee A. 

MOI.AMES— Old and New Crap; 
MACKERBL— in all aixea, direct from Bos. 

.ton.-Iaat Crop 1963; 
40 Kegs Newcastle ENUMSII SODA; 
TOBACCO— a large lot in Bozei , Caddies, Ac 
TEAS— a Snpcrior lot of all kinds, aeloMai for 

this portion of the Country. 

In adc^itlon to our stock of Heavy Groceries, wo 

have a large assortment of Fancy: 
GI9AR8,atan priceo; Fancy Wa.-h and Shaving 
SOAPS; Whole and Half ficxcs new M. B. 
ai^ I«yci^fA^Nj^AB|^t6jf||}S; 
PICKLES; PEACHES, Cove and 
Spiced OYSTERS; MUST AKD, 
.in l oxc-;.50 »fc 25 Jbs. boxes 

assorted C A KD IKS; 
CUEESE; CEACKEBS; 
. -IMDIGO; ILAOUKB; 
SPICES, grBlkaad gronnd ,• ALUM ; 
Bace A OroniiliaBlGilKiCOPPEBAS; 
BLACKINQ, laijiBi^ kniall; BLACKIXQ 
BKUSllE^; FAUCETS; CiNNAMON, ground 
»nd in niatts; CAPS," SilOT; LEAPfc*- 
EXT. LOGWOOD; STAECU; ' 
UEBMAN SOAP; 
A large variety of CAP, NOTE «k LETTER PA- 
PER; £N VELOPES, bntrand while; Ac. &e. 
In addition to. Uie abovi^mcAT'lailBea. 



-NIC, 

QF*Prompl  attention oaid to CoUecting..^9 
febraaijr 18tb, 18M.' 



•f » -H 



9, 



0l71fBAX»Iir 



^^ILL pn^tice la^Conrta of Maaoaaadad- 

■traet. 

jan 15, 136l«-1w 



ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

OFFICE QB^Z££ WEST SIDE OF.C0T7BT ST. 

M A Y S V 1 L li E , :K Y;. 

AugUBl U ,1362. 



AN. 

10 




KENTUCKY. 



The Latest and Most Import;int Discovery 
of the Niuetoe.ith Century, 

NO MAN'S NAMP: is more INTIMATELY 
connocred with tho history of the Materia 
Mcdica of the Utiitod St»te«, or more favorably 
known as a pioneer in medical diacovery, than 
thatof JOHN BULL, QfLoaisvillet Ky. ili-in- 
imitablo preparation of &iisapanlla haa long 
btooJ at the head of the variuus comrounda of 
that valuublo drug.- , Bi|rt4k PP"ti&- rcctpra) of 
Wild Clicrry has bccomo a honi choKl word 
ihroiigliout liio WaRt and Soiithiand his Worm 
LosuDges, in le^sthso a year Stter tbi-ir intro- 
duction, attained a reputation as widespread as 

inii^;ri?u;9g^ifi(xs^Q^^ 

lat^t discovery, or rather combination, for he 
dCtea^O^ claim |0 have been the discoverer of 
CRDRON, which is the ba.sis of the Biltors now 
offered t** 9ha public. That hqnor l elougs to the 
native inhabitants of Central America, to whom 
its virtue.-* h.ivo been known f'ir in re than two 
liUDdraa ytars. Armed with it. the Indian liiils 
deriimco to llio most deadly lualuria.and lian llc- 
without fear the most venoraou:  hc;pcuts. It ii  
a belief with Iheqi t^t'wluteibfra ia breatii iell 
la tbabodv tbeXkdiOn irfpOleM to cail6^ ab ^t 
tatwbsttM ^sease may bo. 

Mfbile Pr. Bnill in not prepared to indone tbii  
extravagant preteusion, hu is novcrtlieleK^s satis- 
iflSd'fkom a thoroogh exaramaiion ot'tiioovideiu c 
relating to ita virtues, ihnt, as a remedy uutt 
preveulivc for all diaca c» arisii:^ frcni exj^osnre 
'either to changes ofwcatlier and climate or to 
the raiasmulio inflnoncea, it stand? without a 
rival, and juatly deaervea the reputation it hu:^ 
HO long emoyed in Oeotral America and the West 
Indies. In 



J. . «SQCSBT AHI^ COMMISSTON STORE in 
ttaeBoaae formerly occupied by Jos. C. Brook- 
over, iior«K-*ist Cidriler.of TWW * l^rket Sts. 

I will pay the highest market pnca IK oaaa 
or WHEA'r, RYE and BARLEY. 

I have jngt re-ai»ed a full ^ock of OroceTios, 
Sugar,' Molasses, CotTco, Tea. Kice, Fish, Tobacco, 
Salt, *ci, Ac., together with a genoral asao'ri- 
mentof all articles ia he Urocery liixe;.*!}^ jrar- 
ranted.to be of the best quiimy. MyirowHbaVe 
I'lMli Vbuf ht;«xolnaively. for Oaah, aado MU be 
sold for Cbutb or Country Produce, at very small 
profltii. 

I b«va also on hand a large stock of PUKE 
OLD BOURBON WHISKY. 

Commission, Storasre «fe Forwarding Business 
attended to with promptness. 

All persona dewroiis «£aetting the .worth of 

CRUSH ED, J'ivvdCT«d nd Granula.cd Sugar, 
of bchl quality, in store and f^r sale low by 



IH&vlffiWcWMOLES 

CHINA STrt)KE 





RECTIl'IED WfllS'KY sold atCindnnati prices. 
GINOEK WINE, GIN, BRANDY, and with a 
miperior lot ofO!.!* BOCKUON. WHXiKY 

at all prices. Respectfully, 

LLOYD (fe MCHARDSOK 

Maysville, KyJ; Mkttil M«4. 



NEW CHINA, aiASS 

—AND — 

duaensware House ! ! 



{WA#lSev Oto. Arthvr't Ou^teUomtr SUm$, 

•0 ■' 

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON IIABDiSAaau 
AJfD Wur.L eKLKCTUD STOCK 0» 

B'fCDcIi and English China, Glass, 
QUEENS WARE&FANCY GOODS, 

in great va^f, as Tasefi. TWiet Seta In China, 
Wrlan ktarble and Bobemain Olaaa, 
yevel Boxes; Fancy and ^oy 
Boxes, Toy Tea Beta; cM. 
Dllf M^R Ann TiAA fTBTS, 
of all qualitiasf 

WHITE, _•_ ■ 

OBNAICBNTSD AND 

FIKE OILT. 

Silver Plated and BritaanfaiT^a Bets, 

Castors, Etc., 

Plated Table Ware; Ivorir, Hone and Wood 
Handled ForkB and Knives Knives: Tea Trayt- 
and Walters, ef all sizss and varieties, 

IsfMad .biJeet Itimk ^ 

1^ E U It O P E 

Also, the large and most complete stock of 

COAL OIL LAMPS, 

of all bizes audstyle.s, from 50 cents to $10 each 

B0BNEB3, CHIMNEYS 

PAPER SHADES and WIC^; 

The Vary 



TfliniinjCloec Independence aud censequently 
^•^imUieij ackcowleigi^d in oibera 



[taly-); the great diversity of 
iva aoioag the votaries of Ma- 
?r/e^b fo this' coootry— some bung al- 
most big« ls in relation to deriominational 
views, while others are almostskepticsas to 
any inspired doctrines— this added to ibe 
cobflicting views entertained by ibo Ma- 
sonic authors of the day, some like Oliver 

maaonry. othera ontttfog tba religious ele- 
inMtaatlrcff. tmdtM 4fe»»» tf se*"l *fc bos! 
^ifleatt cf solution. A writar-Aay f raae 

• listi of moral sod religions duties thaS will 
cbvef a score of page», and nasy' sver that 
each of tbeia ia obligatory opon M isons.— 
Be may analyze sH the works alluded io— 
works that are cooatdered a::d used aa ic- 
■pirsd books by Masf os in different sect ots 
: of tba gk l »— 'tae Koran, Bible, etc-^aod 
flMlo tbia aatalofoe hundreds and Mm bs» 
•bdi of f U PB p a. toelble. «miabl« tead^t 



Beat of Pmm^COAZi osc, 

CAN$, ETC.; 
air of which I will sell for CASH at the YEBY 
LOWEST CINCINNATI jRilaaa, 

eyAecommodati^ to%e^^i^ta%r cMom- 
era, quick sales and small profits are the « vm- 
irtft princi) te4 of my buMUOMS OSR.aebaad 
jndgj r- -. . . ~ 



K. ALOEUT. 



r cLi 4, 1564. 



•.«fbllna,i^pa«MaViPetMii»-^d wlMu be 
mm daoa, a ghaea at the esds tf ten 

■ wi t h e s e ptaio marks upon this plain tr«cii g 
'- board, which MosrsbriUght with him from 
*-tk9 cleft of the Toci— -transcends while it 
, eemprehends them all. It is 'the Uw and 
thecprupbeis.' — C^de of Mtutuoic Law. 

i. — 

Very ^ure water ha^ lew fiobea in it; 

.1 At* I 



''pHE UNDER3iGSED WOULD RE- 

JL p[«clfully inform hie friends and the pub- 
lic that he bus fittod np tlie extensive and cum- 
•Qodiuus 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES, 

on Market street, in the building formerly oe- 
copiedby Pciirce, Tolle A Ilolton, us a Whole- 
xttleDry Cootia t«iore, immediately opposite the 
Quddard Hoa- e, where he w.ll bo at all limes 
prepared to inrni»b fine and well caparisoned 
BORdfeS,' ^AB&IAQES, BUUQIES Ac, FOR 
UIBK: ' , 

I wf il, al^. at all tiaios, be pr«va red to fted afid 
keep hon?e« rfngly or in droves upon rte»0nab1e 
tJjm^ Mr xtables are convenient to tnc Steam- 
boat 'Landing, and to the basineits portion of the 
Cltv. A share of year-patron Hire is re-i.t -ttiiHy 
aolieited.-^ • JA.ClLsyN. 

Mayavfn^ ^b. ft, Ijfj-Wo.* ' 



nnd ita attendant train of symptoms, it ai-t« 
morcliko a charm than a medicine. There i.- 
nothing in the whole range ofthe Materia Medic 
that can lorn moment beajrA comparison with 
it in thia diHcaso. ! i:. 

A full account of this wonderful plant mav be 
found in tbo eleyehtb edltifq^of tba U» 6  dis- 
pensatory, p.ige8 \S$1 and 1SS3. 

A ecriesof expeunfents.iu whiob Dr. Bull has 
been for years dn^rtfgcd, has fupt been bro^lg^t to 
a successful termination, and he isnoW enabled 
to offer to the public a combination ofOedron 
with other improved tan.cs,U]e wliolc p-escrved 
in the b&st unality of copper-distilled Boarbon 
whinky, wbich'ha ic c uiiiJ i itt - 1— aa a^aal in 

the world- 
He might fbmish a volume of certificates, but 
the pubuc have long binco learned to eetii.tate 
such tilings at t jeir triio valac. Tb«aafi»t plan 
is for every one to test for limself tba virtueij of 
a new medicine. Give the 

Cedroti Bitters 

one trial, and yon will never nso any others. 

It i» not nccos.sary to publish a long Gat cf dis- 
eases f'lr \vl,icli the Cedron Bitters aro a specitic, 
In all d;.-ea e.s of the STOMACH, BOWELS, 
KIDNEYS, or LIVER; 

In allaffectiona of the BKAIN depending np- 
on deraHgzment of the Stomach or Bowels; 
In GOUT, KHf:UM ATIS.M  & NEUBAlierA; 
An. I ill FEVER AND A(iL E; 
It is destined to supersede nil Other remetlies. 
It (not only cures all tkeee disoasea but it pre- 
vents tbem. 

A wine glasa fbll of the Bitters taken an boor 
bofore each meal will obviate the ill effects of the 
mo.st unhealrfay climate and screen the person 
taking it ugaiiist disease under the most trying 
c-tpostire. 

Sold by Dr(i 7crixt» and Orcoers, generally^ 
ur. JOHN i:L'i.l/S Principal OSee, fifth 

street, Louisville, Ky. 

Sold Wholc.-aie and Ketuil by 

BEATON  ft BBODBICK. 
Cor. Sud ania Court Streeta. 

mar 7, 1864-ly Majsville, Ky. 

Come down in the center, 
Tl^M^ what it ifflfnis ! 

SADDLERY. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW SITUATED 
so Hs to give Ilia undivided attention to the 

Manufactory of every article connected with tlir 

SADDLiJ AND HARNESS TRADE ! 

Ho li;is now on hand aud In process of makinir, a 
s| !endid assorimbnt of Gentlemen and Ladies' 
S.iddics; Saddle Bags; Cnggy, Carriage, Biake 
and Sulkcy Harness; Wagon nnd-llow Gear; 
Biding Bridles, with Racking, Port and Snaffic 
Bitls; Waggon, Buggy, Coaoli, Sulkey and Rid- 
inir \Vhips; Hog and Kipskin Collirs; H'tsc 
Covers, suitable tor ail seiuion.s; Leather. Web 
irfnd Rope Haltors; Wor^ted, Cotton and Hemp 
Girtlis; Red loi) and Iron strapt Harne ; Draj 
and Cait Harness; in idiort every tbiog usually 
kept in a Aoldicry Establishment, which will be 
sold at Wholeeule uud Retail, at low prices, to 
punctual dcwiers; s per cent off for cash. 

^yAll Bepairiug attended to at once, at my 
Old titvid, on Snd street, to tind which. '-Come 
down ia the Ceatar." t}$tween Market Si Smton. 

T. K. RICKHrXS. 

Mayaville, March SSib.lSriS. 



jnne 19 



Cor. 



BEN I HISTER 
8rd & M a rko'. street.". 



SYRDP.— Philadelphia and lJaltim yro Syruna. 
in barrela, half barrels ond lo eal.kesrs, for 
saleiowby BEN PHIS HER, ' 

jone 19 -y - !^^- ^""^ ^ Market stree ts. 

'TX BACCO «tf aU«rades and pri"Ch, for sale 
By uEN^ PIUSTER. 
jane'iil ' ' Cor. SrdA Marketayeeto. 



FISH.— Mackerel and White tisH^in barrels, 
hf. barrela qaartAr barrels and kits, of best 



ISH.— Mackerel and White Fish,in 
brands for tale atlcweat rates bv 



June 19 



BEN PHISTER. 



21 



NEW MACKEIlF.r.* 
BARRELS NO. I MACKEREL; 
SQ Barrels No 2 do. 
SO hair barrela No 1 do. 
20 " "8 do. 

85. Qr •* 1 dp. 

is " . * 1 do; 

25 Kitts No 1 do. 
25 " " iS do. 



Joet received dMwst from Boston and for ile at 
a smul) advaaoe, . 

ap'rlT2 ' ' At BEN PHI SI   RN. 

Orain Store! 

HAVING Retired from the firm of At.ex. 
I'owKR  . 5 Co., I will cor.tiir.jc on my o.vn 
account in the Grain Trade, on Wa'l Street, nc.\t 
door lo Alex. Maddox, and solicit all onr old 
cu.stomcre to gi\ii mo n call, an I fanve a larjze 
mirAber ofHseks an l t'cel uoufidentof my ability 
to give entire sati.Hructiou to all who may be 
pleased to deal with me. 

ALBX.-FOWES. 

Mnvsville.Kv.. July I.lSfiS. 



Braiding ah the Go ! 

I HAVE LATEjlY RECEIVED A LARGE 
variety of new Style STa.'HP.S, wliii li in 
addition to my former stock enaliles mo lo i ilVr 
a greater variety of BBAIDIBO PATTERS than 
can be fonnd in the iCity. | aia prepared to 

Siamp Lidies' or Children's Dresses or Cloaks 

in tlio latent style, on short notice and at 
moderate ratea^ ■ ■ . 
S^LAOiXa are Invited to eall and see my 
ATTxaMs. Haa. GEO. ARTHUR, 

. Mt 'ykvi H , #et.li. ■ ' • Se fc  adbtreet. 

WnOKESALBr^^im BJK^IL DEALER 

mmimimm. 

. Comer of Wall & 2nd Streets, 
MAVaVXLLS, xaNXUCKY 

j ise 19, lS62-ly 



Son! . 

G. A. & J. E. McCARWEl 

I^TE ANNOUCE WITH 
VV' pleafeure, the fSE- 
MOVALof our Stock of 
CHINA, GLASS 

Alto 

t« thebnilding for»*»»|.oc- 
cnpied by E. Martis Sad- 
dler, where we are opening 
alarge aad complete assortment of Goods, 
IMPORTED BY do.SSELV^. . 

DJftECT FROM THE MANlfFAiSTOBttS- 

Onr stock is larte, cdntalnlag giwt vMiotieaef 

PLAIN WHIT»,.O0LD BAND AND »AHCT MIWKA+KD 

Dinner and Tea Setts; 

VACES; COLOGXE BOTTLES; TOILET 
SETTS; J?ANCY AND STAPLE 
AETICLESaf a ver^ description; 

;r miverPla^e 

BEKIVES, FORKS. CAUD 15 ASKET ,.fiMJ^ 

■ 2EA. TRATS^ WAITERBt 
C9AL Oil i.AW*W of Bsaay TaVle^es. 

While thanking the public and the Uado for 
 ho liberal encoHn«emenl extended to «f «n 
past, wo hoi c they Will O^SforgsttooaUandsee 
us at our NEW CHINA flTP»RE.- 

O. A. A J. E. lffo(3.A.RTlIKY, 
IXPOSTCKS OK Earthenwab*, 
Ob A irttf! ide 8d street. 
Maysvlllo, Ky., January 7th. 18G4. 



M^YSVILLE AND CINCriHUtTl 

. / J . XJ. S. MAIL LINE. 

TBI PINE, NKW AHO SPLENDID ■TCA.KXa 

This l^.^g^M^U^ P., t., Vi... 

J.'H. PBAXHEX^i Cfunman.der.f^, . * 
lew!' Hd BBis,Cler^. 

Leaves foot of WalnatSt.,for Mayaville, even, 
Monday, Wednesday and JViday, at 12o el«ek M 

Leaves Maysville for Cincinnati, every Tne, 
d ay, Th ursday and Satntda^, 10 o c]eck. A 

to^A'S;S^i*''l|^cN^^T '^^^ 

t^'M fcysviil. 

Tftl- V^EBKLT" PACK3JT 

TUB SPLBMDib HTBA^g." 

Bostona, 

GKptain Wv; MoClaik, Cooicanderv will eoa 

tinue in the above trade, leaviLg Cincinnati every 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and Port/ 
mouIh(»very Monday, Wednesday and Friday 
at 12 M. Stopping at MayRville either war 
b6tw«en the hotirs of 5 and 7 P. M. 

^te^^^lt °J pa«i»«^(1MMP^I^?hoffd o; to^^ 
]Baifsxi.T, Agent, ^MayaVine. Bar. " ' 




GODDARD HOUSE, 

COR*eJR 0* jrfARftBT 9t FRONT,; STS 
MAYSVILLE, ^CENTUCKY . 

nils. E. F. FLEMlNtS, Proprietress. 

'■puis well known Hotel, hss been re- 
L p:iiredflnd retitlod in a superior luanner 
and iM row open to the public. . . 

The Proprietress recouily of Fox Springs, so- 
lielth tiie p.nronageof the traveling cominnnity. 
No pains wilinaf/pareditegiva,8ali»faction tj 
the iicstH of tasaoifU ; - , ^ . 

tcr^**'**" l^avedail^for riljpomVy3^K^.n- 

Feb. 12-6m 



CIlOfiGE ARTHUB 

£!a,kQrj8^Goufe[etioner 

AtfO DEAfcaa IM 

IVait% NutSk Toy»» 

Has removed hl.s Stock to 

ITTLLINS & HUNT'S Old Stand, on 

WlicT« ho will be pleased to sceaadv^tajNoil.kll 

Maysville, Ky., Aprii 9lh,lS6J. 



THE HOWE 




0 miasioa bar CHaBLES PHI8TKB. 
Mayaville, Maftpli ^flfctf 



WHOLESALE! !! 



I 



en 

THE American Home Garden 
GarUeoiag for Um South 
\ F.ower (.jurd^u Directorjp 
I FiDii  . urdun j 
Kiuit Bo.«k ^ , r , • " , 
Vine Drea a u 's-Wawwal 
ISlr.iwbci ry und Raspberry Cullare 

IFwiTMUO-by 



Watson. 

Wliite. 
- Baiat. 

Ban^. 

UoOfM. 
Beeaaiin. 
Pardee. 



WOULD aall tba attention of Merchants to 
ray newafock of Spring Goods, maun i'actnrcd 
Ibr me to order, and selected by myself with 
cure, at the lowest pricasifur Ua^h. 1 will make 
it to your intcrcpt to pufAase of rtfe. l^m pre- 
pared to f.u nish ext.'a sizes. 
S^PIe.tse «Mtl and axutuiae layatoek.- 
Maysville, Mareb-nsm. S. 6. MINES. 

CANDLIiLS. — Star A Summer Mould Candles 
Of beat .iuality, at KEN PHISTER'S 



SEWING MACHINE! 

Ill AVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF 
TIIK CELEBRATED HOwE SEWING 
M.\CHINE , direct from the Maniifnctnrer, and 
will sell them at the lowest possiblerate for Casl). 
These Machines are adapted for heavy as well as 
ihe t1 nest sewing. Cull and examine thorn ut the 
residence of S. Sbocklkt, on Short street. 

" MaV. A. J. SMITH, Agent. 
- Ey*NEEDi,Es AND SpooL THREADS Can behad 
at S. Siiocklet's Store, on Market street. 
JIayaville, Ky., Feb. 9Bib^ ISU. 
■ • • ■ '• ' ■ i A ...i — 



JOHN A. SEATON, J. R. BuODRICK 

SEATOK & BROPRICK 

WHOLESALE &BBTAI& 
AND DEALEBS IN 

MEDICINES, CfiEMICALS, 

CORNER SBCiOND COUJtT STS. 



Seaton & Brodrick, 

AUTHORIZEO AOKNTS FOR 




B. O. BOSS. 

.1" " "" 



■ OOLVU 



BIHPieiiOQBI&MElIil 

t :A.IlSrTERS, 

SAop on 2nd Street, over Our Key's Meat Utort 
•MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 

GRAINING-, GTI/DING, GLAZING ah* 
PAPER HANGING, done in the latest and 
most approved style, and witb diapMpte- 

june l^th, 1363. 

DENNISON HOUSE, 

CrNQlNN ATk. OHIO; 



^OBBW OALLEHER.) t „ 
JOS. P. PERRIE, ( 

HOTEL 



OFRIETOBS. 



THIS POPULAR HOTEL HAS BEEN RE- 
PAIRED and REFITTED THP.OUUIIOUT, 
and in "now open to the Pnhlic. TheP.'oprieiors, 
recently of the "Goddavd Hoaatf,'* Maysville, 
Ky ., Bolietttbe patronage of tbe'trav'ellin (com- 
mnnif}-, and especially of those Kentnckiaos to 
whom they have been known as the hosts of tt« 
Goddarc'. No paina will bevpsYed togivesstis 
tuUM teAveryjrn*** of the Houae. 

Ct^RBIN GALLEHEH, 
JOS. F. PERRIE. 
(Sucinnati, O., Dec. 4th, 1862. 



WATCHMAKER, 

GOODARD IIoi;SE BviLOINO, 

lMLavJ£.G-t 0tx-oet» 
May f, 18g8-ly MAYSYII.^g, KY. 

PICKI.B5, CATSVlta, JSkVCBB «K  

IH  &RE AT YARIBTY, SU€ff ASy 
cdcumbek.- 

galifh wer; 
piccalilli, 

CHOW-CHOW. 

TOMATO CATSUP, 
OYSTER CATSUP, 

CUMBERLAND SAUCB. 
^ PKENCH MUSTARD. 

HTPiokled and Spiced Oyatei^«ec. Ae. 
For sale oy. 

dcOBdSA^TtB; 
apnl «» " SiBcoud Street.- 



1^ NBW 

M 



Farm at Edgewood, 

vel 



OKS. 

By Ike Blar- 



Hannah Tliiir^lon, by Bavnrd Taylor, 1 6» 
Taloe of a Wayside Inn, b'y Longfellow. 1 25 
Husks^ by Marion llarlund. 1 53 

The Kinp of Amusts, by Bnlwer I 25 

Louie's Last Term, by Antborof ButiechM 1 60 
Soundings front the Atlantic, Holntca I S5 
Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette 1 50 

Beauties of English Poetry ' . • 4 00 

Evenings with tho Poets 4 00 

Lonsiellow'.s Poems, Cabinet editioa 2 50 
Heaven Our Home  ffc 109 
^^"The above, with numerous other newa&4 

valuable publications, Juat received by 

G. W- BLATTEBMAN, 

Bodkaeliers. Second Street. 



WBEEI^R WILSON^S 

Sewing Machines! 

" ^A4irl^!iiaFmt¥iirtihn^alithl4JU 

Family Seeing Machine, 

Foi three sncccs&ive years at che 

UNITED^TATES FAIRj 

- Covftv 7SUfs aVtbe 

CINCTWirAl«i MECriANT^S'^STmfTE. 
WITH IMPROYBMSNTSI 

GLASS FOOT; ^ 

HEMMER: 

CORDER & BRAIDEB. 

MACHINE NEEd'^LEU, COTTONS, ^c. 
".H^for'aalc by. , 

J. B. GXBiEK f r. Agent. 
TBLBOKAPU OFFICE, 
feb. 4;h, lSi 4. * MATsvir.i,E. 



A N A8SUB7MSNT OF KTO.^ B WARE I 
OJVPlOi AtiU BRASS. aprfl 14, 1S«4. 



BOOKS ANJ)_STATIOi\EKY ! 

fnHE un ftr8i/(ned would rofpectfuUy annon|ice 
vl; that having imado ejttenvive add|ticn3 (o 
their establishment and stock of croods, they are 
now pr«i ared to (aruish all articles in their line 
as fitvon^bly as anv house in Cincinnati. Our 
goods u o nit bought fur (Ujgi^gffStQt^^^ 
manufacturers in the East. 

W« keep constantly on hand -a complete stock 
of WALL. LETTER, CAP and NOTE PAPERS; 
BUFi^adf ^l£l(l41MitVSL0PCS; 
B%^C1I^^CC^U|I1V /and , MEMJBANDUM 

scH  oi - L k#.^erEOik^cAL'A iiBtnctAL 

BOOKS; 

THE LATEST MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICA- 
XiO i d OF T 1 J E O A V , a**o«h as pa i lisbed ; 
tng«.4hA with • .ipleiKlki M« ortnant ot 
FANCY ARl lCLEa and NOTIONS. 
WWTnvM s)iii:taV utUndan to our stock o' 
WALL P^PBKA WINDOW SHADES, filing 
confident that in point t f variety ahdciieapuess, 
it excels anything ever brought to this market. 
.-ISTCity and Cou^itry custom solicUed. Orders 
ffota Cunntry Mercnantci prcunpily fQiWWt 'Cin- 
cinnati prices. J. 6. j£ C. S. BOtiEkS. 

Mm^AvjiAiQaidBcmiannsaattustrMt. 



HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL 
assortment of these most CELEBRATED 
and r.KLI ABLE Seeds direct from Phi!adelplii;i. 
They would call special attention to tlic fact that 
they art l^andreth's REGULAR AGENTS, and 
the .Seeds coming oiREorLv from him cati be le- 
lied on. PEAS, BEANS aud COBN foiaale by 
the quart or gallon. 

BPLiandretb^ Bural Begister and Almanac 
— OBATwi • •• ■'^   ' [FelHn,lS«4. 



LOUIS STINK would respectfallj inform Ills 
customers and friends tha'. ha bfw roaipved 
to C^dwalladei^ Building, in the room foimerl^ 

ocoupied by tho Telegraph Office. 

_ — o 

FaU and Winter Goods ! 

LOUIS STINE 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

AND GENTS FUltNISUKU, 

SECOND STREE7, MAYSVILLE, KT.. 

T^EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A 
Jt*r Clioice assortment of a'l SeaKonable foods 
in his line, w^ich he is prepared to dispose of at 
tho l9wetit rates for "CASll ." He solicits a call 
from' bis Menda and pledgealqs best- eibrts to 
give Satisfaetieo. . • - ,. , 

October 18«g. LOUIS STIN^. 



FAMILY GROCERY STORE, 

No 23i we t side Market st^, 

Old Stand.? MAYSViT.LE If If. 

JUST received a largo stock of Family and 
Assorted Groceries, such as 
Siiiar, Svrnp, Coffer, Teas, MacltrrcN 
Fish, Niitnip?s, Spices, Candleji, Wil- 
low and Woodnn  V»re, Rr^om.s,- 
TobaccOf Cigars, A-c;., *c. 
Having bongbt all my Goods for cash, and ray. 
motto being "Quick Saus amoSmali. PBOFm," 
I can assure all who mSy give me a call, the 
cheapest Groceries in the city 

ttd^The best quality of COAL OILalwaysev 
hand and for sale at the lowest market price. 

A. B. COCURAl?. 
N. B. Five year Old Bourbon on tap, and the 
Ocstofall kinds of Liquors constantly on hand. 
Maysville, Ky., March 19, 1863. A. B.C. 




RAGS WAA riT£DI 

1 f\t \ i\l\t \ LB8 GuOb C.LI^AN COT 
JLUUyUv/V/ ION Oi; LINE.N" KAGS. for 

wUeh taltJWy lli« ;bigl ei^ M^rkel Pr.ce. _ j -t r- rr- 



■T^EA —a very siij criDr article, tho 



NSW BOOKS ! 

HISTORY of Charles the Bold, by iUi^ 
Second Year of the War, Pollard; 
•Confederate Report of Battles; 
Okl Helmet; 

My Farm at Edcrewood, by Ik Marvel; 

Les Mi:;erables, bound lu 1 voluino; 

Lite of Stonewall Jackson, by Judge Danieia: 

Hannah '1 hurstou, Ba} ard TayloTL » . - .1 - 

i-ules of Ji Wayside Inn; ^ ««/ I 

Faitfa Oartney Girlbood; 

Peculiar; 

Ho^iMh^d^P^^'s} ^ T jj X -iD 

Owen Meredith's Poeieai 

Lifj of Victor" 

My Day»i 

H ..?-s. 

The abe7e, with numerous other valuable 
Buoktf, received and for 8 tie at Enbtern prices. 
Ui^j|f»^,r^^. W-jBL ATTERMAN. 

I WILL PAY THE HIGHEST CA6U 
PiilCE FOB 

10,OO(^B«iidiels CORN, 

street. 
l#X. POWER. 



For Ral"», Mice, Roacbe«, Ants, Bed 
Buss, AiothK ill Furs. H'oulen!.. &c.. In- 
sects on riant^'. Fowls, Animals, &c. 

Pui up iu 2oc. 50c. and $1.00 Boxes, Bottles, and 
Flasks. %Z and $5 sizes for Hotcis, Publio Is- 
STiTurioss, &c. 

'•Only infallible remedies known." 
"Freefrom Poisons." 
"Not dangerous to the Human Family." 
"Rats come out of their boles to die." 
in^ Sold W^holesale in all large oitiea, - 
^^Sokl by allDruagistsA i.euilerseverirwljera 
&^!:!Bkwab£!:: ot ail worthless imitatioua. 
^gr"Seo that "Oostar's" name is on oacb ]h Kt 

Bottlti, and Flask, Iwfcre you bay. ' 
»^AddMw^   ' -BtoN RY iti. ^vnUt  
^I^PftntouTABDaMr !4SS BBioa.o«as, N^ T. 
''^Sokl oy all Wboleaale A B^ail. Dnuni^ 
iu.Maysville, Ky. [mar 81, 18$4^im. 



At mf WarahM|ae^ii,Wu;i 



A CARD. ? 

THE aijdeta%oed wboid. reAMetftiny in- 
f im^liis niiiiiiilaaai liiiinmailillln aini 
itiaaatbe- - • - ...... • - . 



Idvery and Stable Btislnaai, 

at the old stand of JACKSON «fc WILSON, 
where be will keep a good and stylish Stock of 
Horses, Carriage.- , Buggies, Aa., tc hire. He is 
at all times prepared to keep aad feed Horses, 
singly or iu droves. He respactfully a^l^s a«bare 
of your patronage. ^J. H". UlljSOn. 
Mayisville, Feb. 11th, lS«t-Aiio; ' 

GUEESE—Tbe IB oeteeleot- brands Off rWh. 



Dollar weekly bulletin (Maysville, Ky.), 1864-04-28

4 pages, edition 01

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