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   Mount Carmel Register (Newspaper) - February 18, 1859, Mount Carmel, Illinois                                 In my iieRrt\VrM'AU'«th «iillcttwe  Df % kf«thtin THde Rtfd oliT, "WN^re tHe'ftreligbt tripped o'er tfci'T^fter», A-Aa f^adtned th« roof'« Hro-wn mnuM j  from the kettl« Tha^uinihrd ob (be fuot-worn hearth, ■EbreliKiKiMt uli ^•ilveloag^ crening It» measnrei Of atowty mirth.  i^iU lighi »hadovs tudo old room—  * floom-i-^ if««!!» ftttdw, I littl« feet-id««* old kitchen Are. V(t^«j|o fr«|h and sweet.  When tll^IMlViBMt 'jiifi «n til« %i»dov  MT^fhe news i^ia T reprcMilt tbg pr^^cta improving. In Kil^, '{wrtierare prntuteg t»,: "the .Spring. From C"' than loop non will • April. It ta coiBpwted _ Itbn territ«^/, irfndl tfa^ (will contain 100,000 to entitle hor to »4:  MK^miliMi  •white ribbon», • LeitTfhjpiWih th«r«i»y way. There irai freiìh el«y on' the fendtr  Thmt"wed^, wintry night, For th© four little feet had traelced it From hit grave on the gray hill'i height.  Oh I trhy^oii ihie darJktom« aireniag,  Thit evaning of rain and aleat, Best my /«et all alone on th« hearthfton« 7  Ohi iriidrear«tho«aotberfeetr Are they frjiadiag ithe pathway of Tirtn«  That will bring us tog«th«r aboy«? Or have they made itepi that will dampen A iiRter'a tireleis Iot«T  Kendal), the Editor, ns a Farmer*  Everybody has heard of Georg« W. Kendall, forraeriy editor of th« New Orleana Picayune, author, tourist, &c. H« went to Taxaa two or three years aco, purchased a large tract of fine land in Comal county, and went regularly to farming. His succcss is shown by a letter which he lateiT wrote to a Yankee friend in Bosto n and which was published in the Pott afew.daya since. At tie time he was writing it (Jan. 1st) said he:  I am sitting in my shirt aleeves, doors and windows wide open, no fire, and the robins and other aommcr birds singing in the green live oaks of my yard. Think of that, all mnfiBed up as you áro, and weep. And then here among the mountains we have no fever, no chill.'», no consumption, no sickncss of any kind. There is halm in Texas.  Three days in ea<!h week I ordinarily pass at my rauch here, three or four miles from New Rrannfels, with my family; two days I pass at j the Estancia, a place of mine thirty miles west, and where my flocks of sheep are pastured; on the other two I am on the road backward and forward, my conveyance an old Jersey wagon with two trusty horses. • There is one gap of eight miles on the rond without a house, and another of twelve; yet the way Is not lonesome. I never pass over it without seeitig an abundance of deer, turkeys, ducks, partridges, and the like. I carry a longsiáe of mc a doable barreled gun, a Sharp's rifle, and one of Colt's rerolv«ri, and some kind of game is sure to grace my wagon, both going and coming.  My sheep now number some three thousand, and finer flocks yo\i never set yonr eyes upon. In May I hope to count upwards of four tnou-sand, as my lambs will come in April. I have, besides a fine gang of brood mares, besides forty cows, and, like the elder Mr. Norval, "to my constant öftre.'' Did I not onco tell you that I hnd rather see my lambs skipping on the hills and playing in thn valleys than to witness the pirouefttes and enireehah of the b«st .cor|>s de ballet that ever existed. If I did not sav as much to you, it is nevertheless true. 1 We Fpen a good deal in my day, Jim—the world, the elephant, &c.—but I never saw anything which afforded me so much real enjoyment as my flocks, when doing well. And since I have been her« on the spot in person, now nearly two years, I have had extraordinary good luck. I have not lost two per cent of my sheep per annum, and when I tell you that twenty per cent is the average loss the world over, ^ou may well imagine that my success is remarkable, I never sell a cow or anjthing which prodncea. 1 have past-  tge for twenty thousand sheep, and an;r numb-liorsM ana cattle ; and to see »11 this space covèred is what I am now working for. I don't  er ^  a»  , it la Mid, UK  tuk  ................ Jil'Si^^  pears to be M extravi^tit p^etiMt, witRi reports of a glittering narrest éoBttnù io favorable, a «^ger current ci popiMlton 4 set to the region ia thè BoéH^aui «hat irU«b poured its Udes into CammiM.  11. i. ■ ■■ II I 0m», i'. .,1111. II  Redblossom dmnk more ^n Ma usuat «nowsace of raitl and wigw one st, laat w^k, tke eonseqttene« of tj^b wm, ave bia ^fe tke folltHring «cccttol itf Ini cos-iHct on Us return home :  "lb. Smith'a i^ery store invited mt to jo and drinlti and sqneer how my httànn int» the poncb tbongb I Tbo way tome itm io di» zy that I slipped • QlUe dbj^-!^ etfriiar of the street tó me—and an old gesilMWili cropjped esra and a bras« collar on hit aé^, add be wlonjfrtd to tb« dog*>4nd I liader-  atand, I don't know notlnng mor« aboui ii  Cesar's Lkssov ok Bcokokt.—"Oetar," «aid a planter to bit negre.^ np tb«t tree and  thin oat tbe hrancbes." fb* aegi« sbomd it* dispoaitioh to comply, and upon being prmtA for a reason, answered : "Weir, took beabitna»-sa, if I go up dar an' fall down and bhike mf neck, dai'll oe a tbonsand dolliM out o' yonr pocket. Now. wby don't nassa birénn Iriabman to go np, and den it be fiktls and kills betelf di^ can't be no loss lo nobody."  Waav tbb Doctob SiiD.-^Hatnolittwas called upon one day by a person Buffering «itb the rheumatism, who inaisted upon that c*l«brated physician dmne aoibetbtng tor him. Manjolin wrote a pr^acnption, and, aa the patient went ont of tbe door, said to him—  "I wish yon would let ma know if that doet you any good, for I have not flept quietly this month, for rbeomatism."  A Detinitioh in PowTioai, Bcokomt.—"Will you never learn, my dear, the difference between real and exehaagable value?" Th» qnestion was put to a husband who bad been lucky enough to be tied up to a political-economist in petticoats. "Oh yoa, my dear, I think I begin to see." "Indeed 1" responded Che lady. "Yes," replied the hnaband. "For instance, my dear, I know your deep learning, and all yonr other virtues. That's your real value. But I know, also, that none of my married friends would •wan wives with me. That's yovr achannable value !"  MirMr. Theodore Atkinson, formerly one of the most wealthy men ia New Hampshire, and who died at Portsmouth in 1779, lea a ' of about one thousand dollars to the Episcopal Chntch io Portsmouth, to be expended in bread to be distributed on Sunday to the poor of tbe parish. This distribution of more than a dol-ar's vaine in bread every Sabbath, baa now been regularly made for about 80 years.  teuThe Mendota (III.) Press thja that two citizens of that town have recently lost their wives by elopement, and that the customary salutation in tke streets, instead of "how do you do, sir 7" has become : "fa joax wife rnfi» Uik morning ?"  IfímninmBf WjißtMk att$irr, .iminnà,  The Greatest ItínlnieAt of the Day.  rmMftM^epraetie« of Mtdieiaaand iSay'flEIeetric Penetrating Liniflient  LET THE SUïïmiNG TRY IT.  à ARCHITECTS  Sotfir^^Aititia, iixiNois,  «0 do Carpenter Work»-take ii*fo fiiraÍBh riana> Speeifica-  ____: ÎEÎ.  us. SJClBDKi» i'fttttrsvvtu«; Wt^MB Cotwrr, Iluxou, MÉSMUMttìMm the praetie« of UMieine in alfittbraaebaatM;  H'  liw branelua, Mjnaiwl. Jan. 14, l«M-ifr  W^MÊMàt mttZt ' ' ' ATTORÎÎJÎT AT LAW, MoM* Giambi ittmott, J0^wm attfnd to bnsiness in aU fhe Qoorts o tlS^flidieiidCiMvikáád in theflapremeOonrt Ol»«i»-a.the Clnmit Clei-k'a oiBèe. Jáii. 18. ItííS^ ^  tAW  iÄBOTtlE'cÄir"  ATTOBîHîYa ár ÚÓUKSBLOM AT cab», iiatiígm,  „„________ , InthelSthJudieialOireuit  of thisiMit«. .AU order* from abread will xee«iv« prompt attmtioa. Jan. 15, l§»»r-tf. .'  iißjf, M-BuauÈoWf ' ATTOBKBt^ COUNSELLOR ÀT LAW lle»l Batáte Af a»t,  llonre Cau»l, Ilurois.  ÄWill aitnul nqnetaally to any legal hvsin«sa «d to him. nrtiei;lar ati«ntion pàid'tothe séttling up of ««tat««, inbluding all bnsineit per-taiutOf to th« trusts of Executors, Adminlstl^rs and Onardiansi'Mtlao to aecounts tor o(41»etion.  Fama and wild land in tbe eouaty, and in and out-lota to th« towaof Itt. OaniMl, for sal«.  Omca—ob« door Korth of the CUrk's office.  Jan. 15, 1868.—tf.  HayP» MAniment  AS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTEl) BY hundreds of persons during the pant few ears, and has given more general aatigfaction, and as effected more cures than any other liniment in uae. It is a certain, safe, and apeody cure for aji diaeeaea in. man or beast whoro aa outward application is necessary.  KAY'S LiyiMENT  Never faila to cure Rheumatism, Bprrin», Broisen, awellinga, Fresh Cut», Old Sorca, Pains in the Back er Xiubs; Weakneaa or StitTneaa of the Joints, Sore Throat, Headache, Contracting of the rntia-«les, Inflammations, Fclone, Lumps, Chaps,. Ague Cake«, Corns, ErvaipoJas, Humora, Bingworms, Sore Breasts, Strains, and all the afl'octiona of mankind where an «xternal remedy is rw^uired.  RAY'S LINIMENT  1» a sovereign remedy for oil diseases of llorsos, auch aa Fistula, Poll-evil, Wind Galls, Sprains, Saddle or Harhoss Galls, Strains, Weakness in the Limbs, Lumps or Swellings, Swinny, Farcy, Scratches, Big Head, Big Shoulder, Founder; Ac. pS" Every family should hav« a bottle. Itfanufaetured and sold wholesale or retail bv Dr. THOS. J. HAY, Mt. Carmel, lilt, ' And sold by agents in every town tod oounty in /(outhern Illinois._• _ap9  waamt BTMKB,  JCBTICB OF THE PEACE, NOTARY PUBLIC, Geaeial Coileetiag Agent,  movxt Cabmsi., Illimois, jMt'Will attend to writing and acknowledging deeds, mortgages, powers of attorney, àe. Aiao, collecting and securing monies, paying <»xes and all otber matters pertatniai; to th« omc«. Jan. 16, IBW^t ___  BAXltlSON F. mCBR,  ATTORNEY AiiD COUNSELLOR AT LAW  PBIKCBTO(t,^IB80R CotJIHT, IKDIAXA. Will promptly and faithfully attend to air business entrusted to him in the Wabash, White, Edwards and Wayne Circuit Court«. Address at Princeton, Indiana. Jan. 16, f858.—ly. _  The Old JOrug Siore.  W. B. RID6WAY St ^nOTHER,  WXOLSSALB AMD MTAII.  DRUGGISTS MB AMTSECiRIES,  Sign of the Mortar, Main Stre«t, Mt. C«rmel, III.  A RE IN RECEIPT«F A COMPLETE STOCK of and Medidaes, Paiota, Oils, Dye-StufTa, Fanoy Articles, PerfvaMry, Brushes, Glar Stationery, School Books, aod «rery articleusualiy found in nrat class drag stiu«it*all of which will be sold at th« lowect reasonabl« ^tes, and warranted to b« as r«commend«d. Wis are in constaat xeceipt of new supplies, and will fill all orders with ««!«, at short notice and upon rea«onabl« s«rma.  Prescriptions caratully compounded. apt  CABINF^WARE!  THS OIJ) SHOP ALWATB AKBAOM  X  CAi  ho(h)Eir my mind a moment about ^naas, or Brigham Young, or politics of any kind—don't care who is President—fear Ood and hate tbe Indians—am indifferent about Walker and the denl—-try to keep my feet warn and mf head cool—ahd sinoke my'pipe in pcace with all mankind. ___  , . The l^eviatataM Cl»aaill«4.  The senate of Illinois constats «f tw«nty-five roemberSf all but four of whom are over 31 years of age. The youngest member is 30 and the oldest years. It is composed of 11 lawyers, 2 farmers, 2 physicians, 2 merchants, 1 printer, 1 mechanic, 1 trader, 1 miller, I manufacturer Place of nativity: New York 7, Kentucky Maasachasetts 2, Ohio 2, Virginia 2, Penns^ vania I, Vermont 1, Indiana 1, Illinois Taa-nessce 1, Maryland 1, Ireland I, District Columbia 1.  ittuioia House ov REPRBSESTAnvts,—The house of representatives of Illinois consists of 76 members, ranging from 26 years of age to 7ft. Siily-s^ven of the members are over 30 year« of age. The house is composed of 31 farmers, 23 lawyers, 12 merchants, 5 physicians, 1 editor, 1 trader, 1 banker, 1 tinner. Of these, U were born m New York, in Kentucky 8, in Virginia 7, in Pennsylvania 7, in Illinois 6, in Tennessee 6, in Indtatfa d, in Massachusetto 4, in Ohio 4, in Verinopi 3; in Maine 3, in Maryland 2, in Germany 3, in England 1, in Ireland 1, in Alabama 1, ipiSouU» Carolina 1; in New Jersey 1.  TWgopid wjic whoT«nnd "Good in every  A farmer was once blessed with a good-natu r" ctl, contorted wife; but it not being in the nature^ of'men to be Mtisfied, he one day saiil to a neighbor, be really wished ho could hear hiu;^e ^Id once, for the noT«%«f «the thing. WK^C^on'bis'sympathising neighbor advised him to go ito the woods and get a load of crook-cd sticks, which would certainly make her as cross as he could desire. Accordingly the farmer collected'a Idad of the most ill-shaped, cr<^^od, crotchety toatcrials that were ever knSWn tinder th^mame of fuel. This he depo-sitid^in it« pTaee, takrhg care that his upouse shonl<i t^cess to no other wood. I>ay after dftiri^S^ Without complaint. At bugth the pile was consumed  "Wtjll, wife," ttdd Jho farmer, "I om going aftev«morO wood,; ill got another load just such ns^lotlKst^uu».-^'  "Will t. for Riich crooke<l, crotchety ww^^ '^pK^ before poES lie around tbe potHsaw^,. , .  /J-HAKKBOiviKG.—The United U iJ'tiUows at the re-  the Cfifieth-aimi^raar* of the «rgaowation ofi-j^oTICJS 18 HKB«»y Ol¥«H T^T the ofrd^^ B^oba^od'^l^tbe esttr« member- | jV ~ ~  TIN-WARE  AND STOVE HOUSE  MOUNT CABMEL, ILL.  WB hav« now on band *t«w shop in th« Sons of T«mp«r«noe Hall, corner of Main and 3d str««t«, Mt. Carmel, Illinois, the largest and best lot of Stoves ev«r offered to the people ef the Wabash ViJley, consisting of various premium patterns sad aisea. Persona wisbiar to purchase ntoves will find a lalrg« vari«^ 4« ««l«ct from, and at unusually low prices—far Cash I  Also—A complete assortment of Tin Ware, Japan Wore, iio*, which will be sold, wholessl« and retail, at the lowest eity rat«s. Ord«» from country dealers promptly filled.  Jobbing of every description. Qutleriag A«., promptly «xecutod in a superior mann«r.  jobxbxoir a uses.  Jan. 32, 1868—tf.  JFufnt^re At MMttttA  HE subscribers beg to inform their frioads and public, that th«y continue to carry <««1 th« linetbusiness in all its branches, at th« old «taad, on« door east of the Methodist Oborcb, oa Fourth Street. Tiheir work is put up in astyle unsurpassed in llliaoia,«nd will be sold at unusually low prices. Burtav^y BtdsUads, Warddrobet, Sofcu Safes,  Tables, Cupboards, Cribs, Ae. furnished at short notice and upon th« most (iavor-able term«.  Persons wishing fwrniiurea»« <refiue«ted to give us a call as we are confident «M-ean reader .ample satisfaction in the quality and prlceof our furniture. UNDSJtTAKIKO.  Coffins of all kinds made to order at short setice, and funerals attended with a neat nearse, if 4«ai0«a.  KOSEB A BT»B«. Jan. a, mi.—tf^_•  WHMAK «BARAM, tt. ........... T. MASUY, M. B  GRAHAM A. MAffLEY*  PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS JFHend Orw^ Wabash County, Ills.  announce to his that'hehas asMeiated •y wit2t himself in the practice of Medicine, and that hereafter the buaineaa will be conducted Under the style of i>rs. Graham A Man-ley. AU ««Us promptly attended by either or both of th« firm. Office «bitJ»e old stand. Nov. \m~-4m _  C O. B. GOFORTH, •  Dealer in Staple and Fancy Goods,  UARDWARB, QVEENSWARE,  ttROCBBlES, SALT, ¿e.  Has always oa hand a select aaaortmeut of articles in his line, consisting in part of Fancy DressQoods,Rcady Made Clothing, Bonnets, PrinU DomeBtic^ Cletha, Hats, Boota, Shoea, Ac., which are offer«d Ar «oafc «e prompt men at aa low  A PRIZE FOR EVERYBODYt who scbscriam fob thi  NEW YORK WEEKLY PRESS, & Besnti/nlly Illttstrated Family Hmpaper.  HE NEW YORK WEEKLY PRESS IS  T'  prio«s as t&ey ««« be haid in this market. A coll from those wishing to purchase ia solicited, Jan. 15,186«.—tf.  Mt. Cnrrael, Illinois.  GS0R6E WATKINS, PROPRIETOR. TS prepared to accommodate the public with good Horses and Carriages by the day or week,  _ one of -the best litersJv papers of the day.  A large Quarto containing I'wenty Pages, oir Sixty . Columna, of entertaining matter; and elegantly' illuatratcd every week.  A gift worth from Fifty Centa to One Tliouaand Deliara will bo aent to each subacriber on racaijit of the'aubsaription money.  TEBi£S—iy ADVANCE. One copy for one year, and 1 gift, - |2.00 Throe copies one year, and 3 gifta, - 5.00 Five copica one year, and i gifta, - 8.00 Ten copiea one year, and 10 gifta, - J5.00 Twenty^one copiea 1 year, and 21 gifts, 30.00 The articles to be distributed are comprised in the following list:  1 United States Treasury note, $1000.00 3 do do 600.00 each  6 do do 200.00 each.  10 do do 100.00 each  10 Pat. Lev. Hunt'g Cased Watches, 100.00 each 26 Gold Watches, - - - 75.00 each. 60 do ... 60.00 each.  100 do .... SO.OOcach.  300 Ladies Gold Watches, - 85.00 each. 200 Silver Hunting Cased Watchea, 35.00 each. 600 Bilv«r Watchea, . tl5.«ftio26.00each. 1000 Gold Guard, Vest and Fob  Chain«, - - • 10.001^30.00 each. 1000 Gold Pena and Pencils, 6,00 to 16.00 each.  Gold Lockets) Bracoleta, Brooches, Ear I)rops Breast Pins, Cuff Pina, Sloovo Bultong, Kings Shirt Studa, Watch Koya, Gold and Silver Thim-bJoa, and a variety of other articles, worth from M «esta to $15.00 cach.  On receipt of the subacription money, the aub-acriber's name will bo entered upon our books and the gift forwarded within one week to him by mail or expresa, post paid. All communications mtiat bo addreaaed to  DANIEL ADEE, Publiaher, jí» 211 Centre str«et, New York.  WABASH COUNTY NURSERY!  Sitvated Seven Miies Korth ^ Mount Carmel, <m the Fam of Davii Adtms, .  Mnms, Ten iBy>o0k, StmpMn # Co.  rpns aUBSCBlBK»i~ WOULD RESPECT-JL rcLLT inform the farmers of Wabash, Ed-warda, Wayne and White counties, that they have oBtabliahcd a Branch of the celebrated Knox County Nursery ot the farm of David Adams, aeven milea North of Mt. Carmel, and that they are now prepared to fill orders for all kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Plant«, V'incp, .<:c. Their trcoa are all of the beat varieties, and have been propagoted with a regard to their peculiar adaptation to this climate and soil, and will bo warranted to be as labeled.  If farmers who have been yearly swindled and imposed wpon by tramping tree peddler« (who have told refuse trees and named thorn falsely) will giro ua their ordera, wo will, at the proper time, fill them honestly, at reasonable prices, and with juat auch kinds as they order. We are permanently located, and are determined to maintain an honcat, reliable and prompt character. Farm-era are invited to call at Mr. Adams' farm and soo the trooa for themaolvca any time during the year.  ApplM.—Kow on hand, fifty -thonaaad -Apple Trcea, comprising one hundred varietiea. Among thorn will bo found «11 the beat kinda in the world, and particularly such as are best suited to this latitude,  Feachti—Wo have a splendid slock of the beat Varieties, to which wo invito particular attention.  Cherriea of over thirty different, varietiea, ee-lotted with great care, and with particular rofor-once to the wants of South-Enatern lUiwoia, In Cherries we oiTer the beat kinds ever cultivated.  Pear«.—We offer Dwafrand Standard, They are aure bearera, and farmers may now secure this delicious fruit with little trouble.  Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and riant».—'TUv^t  PRAIRIE CITY  (mmmÈL collecie  a1u>  •âeaéemVf  LOCATED AT UBBllE HAUTE, INDIANA. Eatab iahea September, 1857.  Tbe most Thorough and ffaclieal IiitttiittoB  is ths wbst,  greena. Mountain Ash,Magnolia, European Laroh, Norway flpruco, Balaam Fir, Whitft Pine, Coraican Pine, American Ar^r Vito», Siberian Arbor Vitto,  respec.t  A)Uy aeilieits pubU» «a/tmnage, being determined tesneritit by fumisaing good Horsea, Cnrriagea, and Teams, and charging moderate prices.  Stable on Walnut street, where all orders will be promptly atteadsd to, ap9W GE0R6I5 VATW¥8,  M. E.. JOHNSON, ST^MWajriEm^ JSaOM-MJLrOEH M Book ¡KonufMttiinic,  Fim «timt» HalD«B4 liOcust,  XVANSnLLB, INDIAKA. VBRY DESCRIPTION OF BOOKS USU-ALLY kept in a Book Store always-esi ihand and for sale at Hastera prices.  Blank Books laade to order. Musle fli>d ais^a. sines bound« in ««y.atyle desired.  KDWARD R. HILf., (la» wits I. a. MiTcni..)  Fonrwi^ACoflivtesion Merchant  ANP WHARF-BOAT PBOPBIETOR, EvansvUU, Indiana. nnHS tMk4<wSica«d has recently purchased a f FIRSTCLABS WHARF-BOAT and establiah-•dnimsotfin Xvansville to transact a Forwordisg and Commission busiaess. Possessing every faeiSity for receivi«g and ahip-  alferchaadis«, Flour, Grain, Purk, Lard, Ac., dianateh smd on the moat reasonable ierass, he weaM iwsaettBUy solicit the patronage of lerchants and shippers generally.  EDWARD R. HILL. Iraasville, Dee. 1st, 1BI7—«m.  ■THE  X Si  The««  TME MVSMCM Wf^OMM.».  B. BTOBRS WILLIS, KDITOR. HE MUSICAL WORLD is publi«b«d «very Satubuay, at No. SÏ» Broadway, N«w York.  ¡bseription prie* is but M a year, if paid in M. üriv« oapieS, $8 ; ten eo^«s, #15. City rotikSm «ubsoríbers «m «barged 50 centa  «fy  G. S. 60I.DBITRG,  dbaleb ik  Gwds, Gnwrin, Qnemwart, lardware, Kailit CaUerr, Mom, Aft,  Wabash Ceaaty, lUttiaéa.  EEl-S ON HAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT «f all articles uaually found in retail stores, b will be sold as low as they can be had at ^xm «ther point in the country, and upon as fa vorab!« termi. Farmers and their wivea are requested to call and «xamin« my goods and prices. ap9-dm  BJE^^r JEST^iTE  AT PRIVATE SALE.  PERSONS dosirioua of purchasing real estate informed that the following proporlios are for Bale, all being situated in Wabaah County, III. la-lot No. S32, in Mount Carmel, N ;n-lot No. 3X3, in fame., Ni^ in-lot No. 215, iiu a&atft. A st'eani sow mill wLtk IftO fQei.of.the river reserve in Mount Carmi.  Lot 13 in llindo'a & Ballcntine's river addition to Mount Cnrrapl.  Lot 14 in Ilndo'sand Ballcntine's riveraddition to Mount Carmel.  Brick house, and lot feet front bv 240 feet ideep, on the West aide of the town of Mi.. Carmel.  Lóti 337, 331, 38i, 376, 3a9, 4&S,4e5, 407, 409, in theiown of Solma. Lot No S, in Sec 7, Town S S, B 13 W., contain  ing 80 aerea.  eBEyíj ecc. 29, T 1 N, R 13 W, contoi&ing 100 acroa,  The B ß.E Sec 30, T 1 N, R13 W, contain  ing 80 acre«. " The:  E14 of the Jf E !4 Soc 31, and 20 acres oiï of the Weat side of the W^^ N WJi, Soo 32, all in Town 1,8, R 13 W, containing in all 100 acres.  The E K S W M 8oc. 35, T 2, S R 84 W, 90 acroa.  The S E N W Sec. .«5., T 3 8, B 14 W aw frac. Sec. iS, T 3 S, R 14 W, eomtaining together 43 acres.  Jjot or Sec. 3 T » 8,R 14 W, containin« 90 aerea.  The Weat frac, of Sec. 1, T SB, E 14 W and joining it ao much of the South end of fr.ac. Sec. 36 T 2  'g  S, R14 W, aa to make the two together contain ) acrea. Enquin Feb. 19, 1868-tf  WM. M. HARMON.  ta^i' a, . OP» Frnxows^  jèîW.Mor^ th« proposi  n^Mrfrtb« îMift any of April, 1859-  ilie oïdêrw uoo—crvw>ty «jo wmf« ^ombeiv i «anmi^uief ship tha.^lraud I^ge jliliaois Southen»  ofÄ» tíokedfiíataajtf a «^y of Thar'—- -to Uiviiift lPrO«id6nce"T«r ffae uitexamf  and BrotfkSyn «uSsoríbers «n «líarg extra for the «zpSas« of oarriar. «Canada subscribers |wy M MBU for tk« ««oaasary prépi^^mt of .American iMstag«.  TJSJtitS or AltVJBBTISIlTQ.  lus thax a colvm». Firat lasartiou, .... 20 c«nta a lin». RaolrsubsemiantSasartloa . lOcenUallne. Thv«» months, . . < . $1 a line.  Favment for advertisements in advance. Yearly advertisements ttiat exceed ^uartwriy In advaaee.  THE MUSICAL WORLD <«4«Te*ed primal^ te thé euUivatioñ of Huaieal Art in «v«ry d«p^ ment of life. It contains- inatruetive Musical Reading«, original and- seleoted ; Musieal Kaws from Corr««poa<i«ats, at home and abroad; also eutertaiúlng general r^inc. W« fornish, also, fresh Musle every w»ek> wfiiab «an be^a^acbad from the reading mattar aud hound attbaaad^af the volume, forndng'« vaij ch^w eollactioa.— The MKisie alón» is worth ffve itnea the prie« òf suUcriptiou, Address HUdlOAL lfOAI.5,  >. pamwsoji,...................a. «essa  ji. M'^HKMjimajir 9 co.,  FRVABone m cmssiafi iebcbants  —AK»—  Dealerr is Prodnee and Merchaiidiaet  Holmt CUsKEt, luoiron. QENT8 for U»asal« of Kanawha Salt, R. Coch-rau t Co's. celebrated French Burrs and Com .. , Scott's Little Giant Corn Crusher., Manny's Mower and Rea^r. üisymoiid, iR«1»erts A Co's. ««lebrated Plows. AsQr iarti<4e not on hand will be furnished to order from the manufactory at short notice.  Jan 22,  A"  âiïïs,  WHJUAII rBVBTT,  CVHMMmn,  YIKCEXNES, I.VDIAKA. SALElt, Whalesale and retail, in Leather, Bides aad IThe highest markat jtrioo  ifrejsaid for Orean and 3»ry Sides, iCtear-and >B Ada«, Wod and Bark. Orders from abroad i^T attmdod to. Jltn. iHb, 18&7.  The Best Mill in the World!  ISAAC STRAUBS'S PATENT PORTABLE Grinoiko Mii.i,», for flouring wheat, grinding corn meal, small grain, feed, Ac., aa well as whole ears of corn (cob and all,) as it ia called, ioto good fine cob and corn Feed, in one operatio«.  These celebrated MiUs I manofacture out of the beat quality of Fr«nch Burr Blocks, with much car«. I build six differeut sisea, prices ranging from eighty-five to two hundred and fifty dollars. These Mills continue t« atem the current of all oj:-yeaHiim and ar« superior for all purpoaea, eapeci-ally for wheat flouring.  Alao—Straub'a Patent Portable Saw Mill, called  King ef .the Wooda. "  This is an ingenious and useful Baw-Mill to make lumber in tha wooda. This Mfll can be run by animal, ateam or water power.  Those wishing to know fuller about the principle upon which they are built, and the prices of each size, as well as the terms of sale, ¡tc., will fleose address me, asking a Book of Deacription, ■ ■ " ' ..... ' ■ whi  which I will mail i  Those who 'do  so, will write, in plain, readable language, the name. Post Office, County and State,  ISAAC STRAUB, Patentee and iProp'r. No, 19 West F«owt Bt„ Ci»ci5!«ati, 0.  Bed Cedar, Scotch Pine, and other beautiful orna mental trees and «hruba. Isabella and Catawba Grapes, Currants, Gooaeberriea, Strawberriea, Rhubarb, and all ainiilar plants of the ver^ beat kinda.  Farmers are rcqueated to give ua a trial. Ordera received at any time, and filled when desired.  Peraona coming iu buy trees op See them will be at no cxpenae while at Mr. Adams' houae.  ADAMS, TEN BROOK, SIMPSON k CO.  Wabaah county, may, 1858-mal4 __  •i €lood Chance to Invent,  L.AJVD FOR ^ALE:  In Wabash County, Illinois,  JB»* vMrnjurtUTE KJErsEu.  THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE  hia valuable tract of land, situated in Timber  Sottloment, Wabash county, Illinois, ton miles . j u...-.,... .j....»- _  north of Mount CarnicI, an'^d si.xtcen ¿ilea aouth- i.ir^^rZL^i'^TJi^jr". tf  „(• —... r»«.. rri,„„.„„j „„J has become an indispensable requisite to succès«  J5OWiii) OF TJtUSTEXS! Hon. E. W. Thornpao?» ; Preaton Hussey. Cashier Branch Bank; George C. Duy, Cashier Southern Bank; John S, Beach, Cashier Prairia City Bank ; W. H; Buckingham, Fred. Ross, Luei«a Ryce, 8. H. Potter.  TERMS: In Advanc« or Secnrad.  For Full Course, (time unlimited), including all departmenta ef Book-Keeping, Commercial Calculationa, Lectures and Buaineaa Penmanship, ... ^  For Practical Penmanship, (alone). Thorough Course, - - - - .  Students can enter at any tim«. Soo»a open from 9 a. u. to 9 r. u.'^l^  FA CULTT: Profeasora S. Alter, P. H. Reinhard, C. May-hew—the latter late of Bartlett's Commereiai College, Cincinnati, Ohio.  Lecturers on Commercial Zmie, Ae. Hon. R. W. Thompson, Hon, W. D. Griswold, T. H, Nelson, Esq., Wm. E. McLean, Esq., and other». --  THE GREAT WANT OF AN IN8TITÜTI0F here, in the centre of a region embracing a larpie portion of western and northern Indian«, and eastern IlUnoia, affording young men all tha facilities for qualifying themselves for th« business purauita of life ; the proprieties have «stab-liahod the " Prairie" City Commercial Colteg«," and invested it with the appliances of a first class institution, and desire to call the a^ention of tha public to the following facts :  Tliia institution oflfers inducementa, and presents advantages to young men for acquiring a more thorough, practical commercial education than any similar ooUege in the West, and at a cost of tuition about one-half leas than that charged at Cincinnati, Chicago or St. Louis.  Its inatructora have had the advantages of tha best'commercial institutions in th« country, and have been enabled to introduce numerous branches aud valuable improvements commensurate with the spirit and progress of the age, and which have never before been introduced into any simi-. lar institution in this country.  The science of accounta, ic., in their rarioua forms have been greatly aimplified, so as readily to bo comprehended and practically applied by peraona of quite tender years, and moaerat« talenta 8»d education.  weit of VinconnoB, containing One Thousand and Twenty-five Acres, upon which is siliinted a good .Stoarn Saw Mill, now in successful opcrotion; ttlso. Oxen, Wngons, Blacksmith's Tools, Carpenter's Tools, Ac. The Engine ia a good ono, and the two Boilers are new and of a superior quality.. A sufficient quantity of hewn timber is on the premises to put up a Flouring Mill. Raid tract of land is bounded oiv the cast by tho Wabash riyer.  and for timber and fertility ot soil it ia'notW- "11"«.b"» "P'l-paasod by any land in the Wostorn States. There  ispensable requisite n busineaa life, and with the advantagea her« piesontod for obtaining it at so small an outlay of time and money, it should be made, immediately on leaving achool, a part of every young man's "atock in trs-de".—an inveatment which will sto^d the telt when all thinga else periahabla shall b.«ve failed, in the time of pecuniary adversity—and the beat inheritance a tather can beatow  are on the prcmiaea aix framo ixuikliegs, ;aiid thirty-five or forty acres of cleared land, well improved. Said land ia aituated aovon miles west of tho railroad running from Evaiisville to Vin-connos and thirteen miles aoiiih of the railroad running from Vincennos to St, Louis, ajid a certain prospect of a railroad beijjg made, running from Mound City to Vinccnncs, and passing not m*o than three miles weat of tho above named prpiniscs. The timber consists in part of Black Walnut, AVhite Walnut, Poplar, Oak of various apt'oies, Ash, Ac.; almost any amount of Black k'aliiut forks can be found on said land, and | sawed for tho purpose of veneering or fronts far bureaus or other furniture. Tho situation hetMhy and title indisputiible. My jirice for aaid lanii will bo very inodornto  It» XcHjation, in point of eligibility and heahh-fuljwiaa, is scarcely equalled in the West; besides, its comparative freedom from those public and social vices, attractiona, and temptationa, to which students are necessarily exposed in larger cities, should be a consideration in tho selection of an« institution at which paronta are willing to entrust the education of their sons,  StHdents w^ill be r.aceiyed who possess a common school Engliah education, even though they may not have studied beyond the fundamental rules of arithmetic.  A thorough coijrae ,c,an be completed in from ton to sixteen WieekSj qualifying the atudent for taking charge of the booka of any houae, com-uiAiiding a salary of from |i600 to $1,500 a year. Its Board of Trustees, before whom graduates  are required to paaa an examination to eutitl*  'rW^^e'wishTnrto'purohoso a location of this 'l'»««" to a Diploma, are among tho most eompe-• ■ ' - tent and influential professional and Busmess men  in tho State, and whose names are aufiicient to> establish it in the confidence of the public. The juaifl Corego JIall ia ofte of the most ele-~ ■■ ventilated, and lighted  would do well to apply iäNTINE  description  vali; Mt. Carmol, jellnl8t.f  soon. KBYSER..  CIIÍCINNATI College of Jlle-dicine and Surgery Session ol 1858- '59.  I  'gant iu the State—well I with gas.  l'i*  The" course in part, embraces i Book-Keeping, aa applied.to  Double-Kntr; Wholeaale, Retai  . - .. , I  he tenth KEOULAKCOUR.se OF Mechanical., J.obbiug, Importing,  Tt'BEs will commence in this Iiiatituticn on Manujacturing, Commission, txchaDge.Baul^^ — Shipping, Stearaboating, Railroading, individual  ^ and Compound Business, with Commercial Calcu-delerminod to elevate tho Ifttiona and Practical and Ornamental Penmanship and Phonography.  Good'boarding lodgijjg can be procured at from $2.^.0 to $3.00 per week. Students can ent«r this .(jallege at any time, and the period of instruction is unlimited.  Although it is but a few months since thiainsM-tution waa opened, about fifty young gentiemea have, and are now rccei^ving a thorough training under its fostering care.. ju9nl6tf  Ist of November and coniiituo uatil tbe last of Febriiarv.  The Faculty bavin, standard of niedicol education, in accordance with the recommendations of the State Medical Socioty; and being fully aware that this cannot bo done by an.y aingle institution, without affording fo the student some special advantage, resolved to make the school pre«, charging only aufiicient to pay incidental expenaea.  Fees:  Profeasors' Tickets, . . - FREE. Matriculation and Disjecting U'icket, $20.^0 Hospital Ticket, - - - 6.00  Graduation Fee, . - - - 25.00  flcqniremonts: First.—The student before matriculating, muat give satisfactory evidence of having acquired a good English education, this may be done by the certificate of hia teacher, or by hia own composition at the lime of matriculation,  Seco.vd.—The candidate for gradualion Mittst bo twenty-one years of age, of good moral character, have studied medicine with some respectable physician three years., and attended two full oourscs of lectures ia some regular medical school., one of which shall have been in this College, For further particulara call at tho Collo.^e, ou tho south-west corner of Western Row and Longworth streets, or address A. II. BAKER, M. D., President of the Faculty, 316 Weat Sixth street. aHg27nZ0-td  THE VALLEY FARMER FOR 1859.  DEVOTED TO  Gar-  Weslern AgricvMxire,- Fruit Growing,  , deninq, Stock Raising, itc. TIUBLISHED AT ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, ON XT the first of each month, in numbers containing 33 pages each, making a volume of 384 pagea vearly. Illuatratod with engravinga of Animala, In^lements, Farm Buildinga, Fruita, Flowers,  The eleventh y«ar .aad ytdumeof this pfipular Western Agricultural Journal commenced on the ¿nit of January, 1859. Every farmer ought to aubscribe for it. It is worth to him ten times the subacrfption price.  Terms, in advance; One copy., tm« year, one dollar; six copies, five dollara; ten or more copies, one year, eighty cents cach; and one copy, ono year free> to any person sending us a club of fifteen. Now is the time to subscribe so as to get the new volumes, complete. Enclose money securely in a letter, and addrcaa NORMAN .T, CtDLMAN, rublisbor "Valley Farflaer.,"iit. Louia, Mo.  ly will  of â» « of Titaakwinns 'attthe oiBce of tb« Company in Ôartej, on  ^ • !no«a of »Ivptin« Directora for tiM Miami  attended th«  Order since ■nfiru'^.'  ,. . ........... for ibafiar-  ■ po»« of elfcting'Director« for tlM Mk«»ÍM year.  UKO. WILLIAMS, 6«cretary.  Wice.  WBSR£A8, Zaohariah Bodle, a boy iadentur-ed-to m« to learn tbo farming husinesa, has Hui away from my servlee and control. Notice iir liliarefore lioreby given to all parsons* not to harbor or trust aaid Iwj on my account, as I will un-der no cireuinataitcaa b« responsible for any debts he may c^mtraet.  WILLIAM MAHON.  VAUTIER & MABCONNIER,  Manufactnrers of Hats and Cays,  Main street, between Firat aud Second, EVANbVILLE, INDIANA.  OUR attention ia especially devoted to $nc work, work, and we ar« manumoturing Hata not surpassed by any in the world, in pwnt of beauty; finish and quality. Persona in want of a fashionable and good Hat or Cap, can rely on finding at our house, the best quality and latest fashion, whioh we keep always on hand, or make to order, te auitthe taste of the moat faatidicus,  Order» from a distance promptly and carefully attendfd to Wholesale and Kelail. Sept. 21, 18S7.  THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOCTJa MJiTVniTY.  Just Pnblshed, GraAl«, the 2Sth Tbousand.  A FEW WORDS ON TUB RATIONAL TREATMENT, without Mcdicine, of Spermatorrhea or Local Weakneas, Nocturnal Emissiona, Genital and Nervoua Debility, Premature Decay of the System, Impotency, and Impediments to Marriage generally.  BY B. BE LANEY, M. D.  The important fact that tho many alarming co«-palinta, originating in theimprudoncesndaolitude of youth, may be easily demonstrated, withodt Mbvwjhm, ia in thia small tract clearly demonstrated; and the entirely new and highly succesaful treatment, as odopted by the Author, fully explained, by means of which every one is enabled to cure Hiu.iBLF perfectly and .at tbe least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of tho day.  Sent to any address, gratis and post free ia s Sealed envelope, by remitting (post-paid) two p«»t. age stamps to DK. B. DE LAAEY, 17 Lispenord street. Now York City, Jan. 8, 18p8__ly.____  DB. 8. C. GOLOeif,  "^TOULD respectfully announce to the citizeia f y of GrayviUe and vicinity that he has local ted in the above named place for the purpos« of treating all diseases of the  EYE AND EAR, Chricers, and all other Chronic Diseases. I^l'articular attention given to the treatment of the diaea«ee of females,'1fe^  Dr, G. having had twenty years practie« ia the treatment of the above diseases, and having had the advantages of the achools of Franee, he feela confident in aaying that he can give pntir« satisfaction to all who may favor him with a oall.  Having had one year's practice in the adjoining county, ha could produce thousands of certificates, as to his skill in the treatment of caaes he has ef-fected, but being averse to anything of tbe kind, be declines doing ao,  ;BirOffio«, second door, Southeaat comer of Maia aud North atrceta, and one door south ef Hunter's Hotel, where he can be consulted at all honrs, when not professionally engaged.  InHuYatice Capital JSnlargtdi  Incorporated liilO. Charter Perpetual.  iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,  Of Hartford, Conn. Caih fapital enlarged 7th Jnly, 18$7, to 000,010  Absolute and Unimpaired. Surpna« -  With tho prestige of 88 years' suceess á exp«rienc«{  directorb, Samuel Tudor, M. A. Tuttle, R. Mather, II. Z. Pratt, T.A.Alexander  Jos. Church, E. Flower," E. G. Ripley, A. Dunham, D. Hillyer,  T. K. Brace, Sr-Robert Buell, E. A. Bulkeley, S. S. Ward,  C. F. Davis, , ___________  W. Kenney, C. J{. Brwnw<ii  ojtfrcers. E. C, RIPLET, . T, A, ALEXANDER,  President. ' Vic« Presiddat,  THOS. K. BRACE, Jn., Secretary. J. B. BENNETT, Geu»I Agent.  Insures against Dangers of Fire  — AKD —  PERILS OF INLAND NAVIGATION, At as liberal rules and rates rs risks assumed per«-mit of for solvency and fair profit, ^^Eapoclftl attention paid to insuranceofDwel. linga, Farm Property, Out Buildinga, and contents. Such inaurod for periods of 3 to 5 years oft tba moafc favorable terms.  Losses Equitably Adjnsted and Pwmptìy Paid  liOsscs Paid, $10,437,313.84.  If wealth, with a steady and prompt attention to a legitimate Insurance business, and the execution of contracts in good foith, have inducements with the public in aeleeting their underwriter—w« refer thorn for test of quality »nd our claims to their patronogo, to rcoerds of past services, tendering their continuance with increasing ability and foci-litios in future. ^  Choice firat-class indemnity may bo etrected without delay, with this well know» s«dahlacor-poration, through.  G. C. TURNER, Agent.  Mount C«rm«I, Illinois,  Nov. 18, 1858.-r-3ra.  1>UnpeptAa nnd JFUf*  R. 0. PHELPS BROWN, THE GREAT curer of Consumption, wa« for several years so badly affected by Dyspepsia, that for _ a part of the time he was confined to bis bed. He was eventually cured by a prescription fur. niahed him by a young clairvoyant girl, piu proscription given him oy a mere child, while m  ff years I a pari  ! a state of trance, has cured everybody who baa ■ ,ving failed once. It is equally of Pits as of Drararau. Tha  May 10," 1857—tf, . .  --—-j teken it, never bavin,  Blanks. 'as sure in cases of !  EEDS, JiiOBTCitAGES, NOTES OF HAND ¡ingredients may be found in any drug store.  D Administrator's Notes, Conatable's Sales ' I will send this valuable prescript.on to any  Administrator's Soles, Administrator's Notices, ) person on the receipt of one stamp to pay pwt- ■  Adminiatrator's Sslca of Real Estate, School Com- ago. Addre-sa DR. 0. PHELPS BROWN, No. f ^ missioner'a Certificates, School Treasurer's Notes, 21 Grand street, Jersey City, New Jersey. Ac., for sale in quantitici to suit purchascra at tbe septJaSO-Smia  oiiwc (.»f liiis l aper, maU i  ny t  9-]   

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