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   Milwaukee Daily American, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1856, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               3. MILWAUKEE, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH T, 1856. NUMBER 195. MILWAUKEE AMERICAN. I.I! Ki i (II MJ1-.I- AM i 1 K  'U- U illi-ry, itiitl aro to lake 1 EC J-; .N 8 H K .S id tliu h  drifting liko And the Mimmor.s, Uko between, Anil Uw year In iho whoaf, so they come ami thoy On tliC rh-er's ItroaM. with Us ebb am! (low, As it glliks in tliosL.ulow awl .shi-oii. Thtro'B a magical up llio river Tmio, Where tlm soCcit of aira arc playing; Thci'o's i cloudless sky tui'i a tropical citnie. And a Fonp as sweet ua a ve-ijrtr chime, And VUo Junes with lUe rosw nre And tho name of tho U tho Long ARO, And bury our treasures there There are broiv.i of beauty and of snow- Where aro JieftjN of dust, but we totett them no Iliero are tr.tikou uad tresses of hair. There uro fragments of soup thai nobody aiuys And a part of an InTutitV prayer; There's a luio unaw epl, ami a harp without There nro broken and of rings, And the garments ilmtslie nsoil to wear. There nro bauds tlmt nre wared, when the fairy shor By tho mirage U lifted in air And vre Hometinies he-ir, through tlie turbulent roar, Sweet voices wo heard in Iho day a Rone before, "VTlifn; tho wind down the rU or ii fair. uh 1 remembered fur aye, bo (lie All Uiu day of our iifo till the ovonlnff comes with Its beautiful smiL-, And our eyes aro closing to slumber uwklto, May that "Greenwood" of soul be- la sighl! Written for Milwaukee American. MORE Till 111 THAN ROIH1NCE, A TALE OF OUR VILLAGE. Itr CIUKI.ES M. CLINTON. wretches, that depend On greatness' favor, dream as 1 huve don WaVe nn'rtlnii nothing. And lie slung his little wardrobe upon his BhouUUr, with onlv the bit of a .-iyh lie said: Good bye, dear mother. You shuH never bo ashamed of ho set out on his long journey. Sticli a boy could not bo long idle. There is always something for them to do. So it was with Willie. He was soon employed. And as he grew older and watched with eagle eye the manoeurering of a great world, he laid bis cour8C_nccordingly profiting by man's wisdom and folly. So he grew up, and grow wealthy, and re- spected, and forgot not his old home, nntl Ilia old mother. Atid it was by observing how men were lo- sers uml benefited not others by their carulcss- that he became fo strict n business man. But of course it would not be particularly in- teresting to the reader, were we to follow Mr. Grcea in his upward carrcr, step by step, until he became both a wealthy man, and the man of of the village. Every reader is awnrc that by following the path be laid out, and not devia- ting thcrcform, a man of the right calibre conld not otherwise than become wealthy. Had we not desired tbut the character of Mr. Green, nt the time of his introduction to the reader should be understood, that the changes which even an independent mind may pass through during the term of hh natural career, might bo noted, we should not have been so ex- plicit in our description. To be Conltt-lntl. II Uphill At ilri-.s 11. HAYTllS No. Julin York CUTLERY. AVKUV oxtoii-'lvc iisioi tmcnt ul' TAHI.1J CLTI.KBY n ftijicrlor ilnNli ttiul I itc.-it romprMnu Diiinei1 and Tea Knives, willi ur willio'it INSUCAN'CK OX I'KOIMUtTY ACAI.Vsl LOSS IIV FIIIK. MRKCTORS; K, K. Ww.cu IT, WixrjKt.1) SMITH, K. liurrox, A. B. VAX Corr, K. I'ALMKK, S. iJisiior; CII.VRI.KH CAIN. Joii. T. in B. I 1.' Vlco I In with or wltliwit Steels. Tlio tibovo urtlclCd aro oH'crml at u rutu nny cvor oilored for ?ulo In this A. n VAX COOT, janl5 Comer East Water ninl Wisconsin SK (iUAMJ OPEIVINU! 1S56 H. Iff. HEMPSTED'S KE1V Music Establishment! 173 East Water Street. tt'll.l. .JIIM. T. Jl t IlHiioi', Attorimy I il.c i U in-, i in In for .'lilpmi nt i t IT fir li-ri'. tiro vnntrf ft "i.llvlt.'.l. l l W i" "f KurulKli .in. I Amorli.in nti.t .-iitl..u'rr. Iv'r.-illi O I'lib'.lniHotn. in "If to jMlt-'rn. (Htl 1 .i'.r-'.l .'li't Mtfifauilt SupptM "1 mmltmle Jtdl a- IMrllcill if mlMillon I" A'lnn-1 Ulif nil" WJM.IA3IS A Xll.XPTi S I L V E A T E R. JIOWSS, CAKUIACC AND HARNESS TBIMMItfC' CliNSTANfl.V OX 1IAN1> r-1II >f S! .VOX KT, (Thrw Doors CM! of tho Walter NiUvnuUre. It v.MVAUli A. ajiAKGR CO. IMIIIKTKKIAXP 9KAI.KIU I.V tt'liVKfi. LIQUORS, SUCARS, ANo, RcctltlcMof a iwpcrlor .irll'jl'jwl' WHISJCE V. 73 E.tst Water Street, MUwaukoe, WiKotuin. Jty U'liUUuy by llio ilniflvor ono liuiiiti'cil biirroUcon utitly on liiitnl. f. luv wiux. Ji S KAYCTTK LAKE, V.'IIOI.KH.U.K AND Itlll'.Ml. UK.M.KH IN' frs. Medicines, Faints, Dycttufli, GLASS AND PUTTY. Corner Sloi'f, 'XVnlldr'j lirli'k lltovk, WM.KKtt'H I'UIXT. lll'.MtV KII.UT. A. Jt. BI.ANCII foreign' Fruit, and Doracslic HI Wntsr Street. MILWA-UKKIi IM vf A IV III T .11 K M O It K A f O t.-u K.VM' rill. nooKSKI.I.KHS AXI> STATIONKKS, M; A'.i- .VII.W.IVKKK, IIVX, BOOK KA: A. J. LANOWORTHY. fOUNDEU AND OKSEKAI, .VAOIltNIST, MAKW tu Al KLMI.1 OK Plourinffi Grist, and Saw Mill Irons, woiiKs axxtw.tur. 1UON On tho Milwaukee, .unl iluiiv, niut for lAli'il to iir tliu cglllltry. Produce Commission Merchants, IiK.arjt.HiN Coal, Salt and Water-Lime, MENOMONEE WAREHOUSE, 'WhKOiinlii. CIIAUI.KH COOKK, C. It.H.I. CO., WO A H K A 1) S T O It K ri'i'i'lvc.l :it tho Go a licntl btoru or O. A. BUTT I. K S OS II'ABT WATER SVRKKT. ft ctiolco lot of T O V JE S for Uic cotall I now oflVr whluh I hiivo Iho 'jo to excel tin> tiling In ill Is Jfahtr in Price or Quality, wlio wHh it gwultio tlmtcaniivt bo bout for fjlvvtiion call, tut I will warrant them to fUtHr.u'tlon. 1 al-io kcop on :i full otook '.'t T I X AN I) J A PAN 1CP WAR K, which H iiuido to suit Ihu most purtlcitliir. Copper, Hlicut Hivo Trough, all klntU of Job Work donu ultli aiul ilispntcli, 'x' at ihe. Go a Jfatd. Ttiu IVoiV for .snlu ut tliu   M. sxlul M. C. K.U, AH I'MiH-riy cniwlsiici) to iw for llio Cily, orMjion I Ino or Iir.lrn.iiU Ic.ulliiR will >c rgrw.inled nlllioul AMBF1OTYPES Daguerreotypes. CROWDS OK ADMIRERS VISIT FOWLER HOBN'S GALLEKY, Ku. Street, Empire Bluik, KXAMI.Ni: Ihi'lr tivumlfiil and llnhlicil nl M..' iintl Mr. Molts Is n I'.iintcr by jinHWiion, anil Invltoj public nltcutlun tu hlii of luiutlnjf pic. lurc< IIXCCI. TIIK KINfcT IMIXTI.VO ITO.V IVORY, mill wlillo (hoy cullnl tho wurks ol' tlio masters In thulr Uoll- cacy anil rlclini...-is of colorinfi, fur surpuxs tliom In exncl. i of ilolltiu.itlou atlil Ililollly to 1 ninl iiiitun... rlonih, unit IOVITS ni.iy now rojoloo Ul the of porlctt H'. u prico that place.1 thorn In tho ro.tch uf tilt. Our ixilntcil I'liotoxr.iphn uro rrmite.t to lie nil that Is hero ropriMcntul, rim! wo ilium lo iiroMurvo their color ivilhoilt tiiilliiD, at lort-sl IIM lotii: us pilnlliiK< ..n Ivory. 43- I'.irtlcnliir Attention :ilw ihil.l to niul nagnon-cotypca, unit ALL, THE 1KPOVKMENTS IN THK AKT MO upiilluit IH us at llio KtJIKJIT N, foWLHII. [1'obll1 NUl'AI.S'SOr. KXl'KXSK hnvo lioun In fltlln; illinnil e-l-iblMmiont, anil the pro prlctor hitnscll Unit lio ha- snui-pi-ilc'l In nrikfiii it, inovcry A Model Music Store. Xot by coucurn of n similar ntvvure in tlio Country, lliy stoLk of PIANO-FORTES AM) Musical Instruments OF KVKI1V ni'SCIUVTlON. It) In oxtunl, variety inn! nuiirnlilcfin'i.', and tho tvlll always he EXTREMELY LOW! I'lANU-l'OKTKrt of uvwy variety of s.tylo ami llnlsh, from tlm Hqimrc nix Oi-l.-ivo to tho KI.A110K.VTE1A CAKV'IU) LOL'IS XIV, mill Iho mPinnHlocntly llnKhcil In luiiu null nil by of On.1 rt piitntlon. MJJLODEOSS, CIUITAHS, l-'LUTIiS. ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS, I'lPES, mtUMS, TAJtBORINES. VIOLIXCKLLOS, 11AKJOS, Krciiclt, Ucrinmi A ItHllMii jfy HAND IXSTItL'JEKNTi? of superior tone anil flnMi. Tin Ui'iurlinnit of Sheet Miiric and Musical Works nlttajv by loiii.il lullystockeil with tlicliowandittnn. tl inl of Kuropo riinl America luid tho pro. prlctor Imvlnti wailo nrnv.igoments wit1! tho jirlnclpiil MnMr lliroushoiit Iho country, will bo In tvipt of cvory now comiKnitloii ii'- ns u la Issued from the pre-i-i. aOjr (Applied at the lowvHt rites. No. Ifj RuM Water Street, Arcnilr BuUdlnr. If CHAPTER 1. Mr. Green ivua tho village nabob. Now, tnkou in its usual' light, the light in which it is there lookfd in a vast deal of meaning in that simple sentence, vil- lago imbob: and of itself it would furnfch a a ncvir wtiliitg fnnd for contemplation. Tlio village may be n man of immense it is a natural supposition that when a man atmimes that appellation he iu a man of up in hie own conse- quence, lie may imagine that the world can- not make itft regular revolutions without his in- valuable aid, that the laws of nature after being1 once written out are in their application sub- ject to his dictation. Then it in tlmt the vil- lage nabob Is no less than a tyrant. He shows the little respect which equal wealtli, and equal station in society demand, attd then most grudgingly it is bestowed. To tho poor he is no Iriend, for the word poverty with him is syuon ymous slavery. Startle not at the words, o ye of little faith, ior it is so. There are such meu in every village beneath the blue canopy of ye so well know it that it were no diflicult matter to place yonr finger on many a specimen. Such a man is respected so far as his wealth and his position enable him to demand a respect which otheiwisu could not or would not bo granted. contra, tho village nabob may be, and in many instances is n totally different uses his wealth for a good purpose. Possessed of influence is never the power for the carrying out of objects un- worthy of respect. Tyrannical he never is. He may be strict to tho swerving from an adopted rule, to the right, nor to the And some might call this tyranny, only because they understand not tho true application of the word. Justice is never'tyranny, nnd we eight Richelieu as proof thereof. But !ut our cogitations pass for what they arc worth. It is tin undeniable fact long established iu tho history of itia world, made memorable iu letters thnt can nuver be erased, that every rillapo has its nabob, its go further and master. Of the village of B--------, was. Mr. Urocn HID nabob. Now tto village of B-------- wai iu tho real acceptation of the term a republican Smiill in population, numbering only some Uvtlve hundred people; final I iu size, extending over tui area of only five miles theless a republic in itself. It been almost tin insult to its worthy inhabitants to have intimated that they were bound by iany kindred or otbcrwiw, to a great ami glo- rious is bound by such tics as ecm- pelltil, and please understand us, reader, allegi- ance to a head. Yut they never by word or ac- tion .strove to burst asunder the bonds which bound th.-m, those bonds having signed, seated and delivered on a certain some years ago, in a certain city called Philadelphia and now known by the name of a constitution. Far from that. The good people of the vil- a may Legally Marry. A popular delusion has long proviilcd amongst the lower classes that first cousins may marry and second cousins not; and an equally absurd idea seems now to prevail that iccoud consini can marry and first couf-ina not. The fallacy of both opinions have been declared by Mr. Ingham, at the Thames police court. A respectable wife of Mr. Sloman, tn outfitter, in Upper East Smithlield..to whom she had been long married, entered the v.'itno.s- box, and was about to address the magistrate, but her agitation prevented her doing so. She re- mained tor eomc time crying, until Mr. Inghntn lira to compost herself, and not being ablo to do so, begged her to wait upon him again when fche was less agitated. After a pause Mrs. Slotnan Sir, can tint cousins marry T' Mr. isan odd question. I have a notion they cin.'' Mr.c. .Sloman said she was married to 'her first cous- in, and her husband's brother had stepped be. twecn them and happiness, and said the mar- riage was not legal. Mr. is perfectly right and legal, be assured of Mr.s. bro- ther-in-law aays my husband is not bound to tupport me t" Mr. will find his mistake out, if your husband repudiates you, or turns you out ofdoor.i. You are the "lawful wife of your hnbband nnd held bound lo main- tain you." Mr.--. Siomaii thanked the uiagis- trate'nnd left the court much happier than when she entered, A wnart and interesting youns woman next entered the witness box, and, ttolding down her head and blushing, said, "If you fkase, sir, my young then Mr. what of your young man V lie boa not boon false to you, I tir but if you sir, we want to be married." (Titters from the men and sly glances from the women.) Mr. impediment ip there to the Sir, we arc second cousins, and people pay it ia not right for recond cousins to marry, nnd that if I marry him it will be unlawful." Mr. Ingham marriago between second cousins is per- fectly lawful. You'can go and marry yonr second coiwm ta soon you like." Applicant thank you, Sir I am so (Laughter.) The anxious fair one then hur- riedly left the court, concealing a very pretty faco, as she best could, with her JEttffiish paper. Piano-Forte Tuning and Regulating, WHOLESALE CLOTHING STORE! NEW STORE! 000 NEW Jones, Dinnin Jones, tLATE HUM Or ROGERS IlKvlnxllmiovCfl tlielr from 173 ill T1FI L HAItBLE STORE, XAZRO'S, 119 EAST WA K STREET, Would call aUtMiUoH 10 Uioir .store, 111 nit liauil an Extensive and Varied Asao'-lment ox CLOTHIMG FURNISHING I'XftUKIVVSSKI) R BY THK Tbcy canuot otmtm'rale jirttclc can assure thr- tliii r itc-ck, is M'untinE; lo make it Complete! Which u IOUR vxittrtanctt and n. pcrfrct knoulojpo the wants of iho public can supply. Intend w in n UWCIKT to SATISFY tr'il M- CUSTOM WORK, liileuU tn itt-voto PARTICULAR ATTENTION, tthL uioinhoi ill-1 2nn PKACTICAL WORKMEN, Arc c.irlnln Itnl !.iu-t AUl-fivU'Oi vm GUTTING and MAKING Done th  to Iiim-olf ttjrri'tvibJe of latrotiuLo Nor. Wlh. trnK-Iy Furniture N. BRICK. I rr Ktrerfl, C O N ft I N A FEW 1WORS NORTH OK STXliBT. ilauufacturor anJ. ID of HOUSEHOLD FURXITUE> luvitci iho attcution of purchasers to ono of aud [n the cEty. All thosv uny'.Mn? In liif above lino will Cntf a by OB !iLaL before elsewhere. t CABINET MAKERS oin find a large well .-lock of cacc cbairj In Ihi? form. auil case ils( wa'j.Mt aud vamifb. J% pan flcil looking FITTS BROTHER, General Merckauts, iflR titx iTBcn-vys Avn WIJB or ALL rjNtrt or A Hunt in his Indicator, has charming story of tin- daughter of Ilipyo- crritcs, who. in the form of u bt-ntuiful s-crpunt, inhabited tvlonc the Island of Coa. The angry Diana has transfoitned her to this dreadful ibapc, because the maiden hnd once presumed to catcchUc the goddess in her n But one day then) crime, nil alone, to her haunts a handsome, gallant and ingenous young sailor, to whom she related her piteous story, telling him of the promise, which nlone was left to her that her youth mid beauty ijiould he both restored whenever the lips of perfect faith should bo bravely touched to the beautiful hor- ror of her own. Ami then we were told how the fine youug fellow quickly repented a pater- noster, and shutting fast liia eyes, the lips loTliept lady liring. This myth admits of agreeable interpretation: The ser- pent in all the time hai stood for the Healing Art; and the youog man waa faith and from the kifta came human form. logo of B paid thoir poll tax, and their A CHANCE TOJR SPOKXSMEU SGT TIER MAI-TTs MOTION I TKi: SU'IL-'C'ltlllEi: linvln; cnynKO'l thy of MK.E.I.I1UHI.HUT. a compi'tout anil experienced tuner, U now prepared to attcud to all orders with which lie mny bo Tliu following -testimonial lo Mr. HiirlbiU'a capabil- ity U from tho i.lrcctor of the colebniled Germania Mublcal Society CntCAiw, Miirch Hlrf.with niitch pk'fi.Hiiro that I recommend- Mr. K. T. Ilurlbut UH a Plntiu Foi to Timor and Regnlntor. To say lhat an excellent Timor would not be doing him Jnstlco, for 1 can without, hesitation say tlmt ho la cajuble tuning u I'lnno a? noar to ported Ion 113 It posalblo for I'luno to turned: but tlm ffreatest recommondntion for him H tho HDHHiml length of time which Uis 1'innos in time. I have never, oltlior In Europe or Ameri- wt-L-n a man whom 1 would PO cheerfully and with so tiii cnnttrtouco cmpioy to tnno or regnlnte a Piano Forto r.s Mr. Itiirlbut, iiiii! as chferfr.lly recommend him to all who want ttmed. CARL DERGMANX. All orders left at tho subscrlbcrN Music will bo promptly attended lo. H. X. IIKMFSTfED, Jan 15 ___ No. 1T3 East Water street. JySl-Sm Kirrtil. PMIVH is BOOTS, SHOES ,ttl> RVBBEKS, IIS K.i-1 VVnti-r KOIIKICr A 'I1 T O H X K Y A T A SV O'Kht ,V-. Itl'l't U.WAUUC. J. BUHL1HG, Druggist and Apothecary, 'X4Uyt KAMI tlllltritu .....oiwnctt fur tlio .i.ilo 01 ninl niiayollcluanlLirunriiubllupfltroti Ho lim i'DU.I conin-t.'il wllli aijovo HARPER BROTHERS, HOUSE. SIGN, SIHP. OAHRIACI! OHNAMZNTAJ. PAINTERS, Glaziors. Paper Hangers, Wall Colorcn, AW7'JAiM.V OP H'O'JDAyD .VAltftf.K, CKMOVKD TO T11KIK NKW SHOP, Oncltln Jt'tf A above tho Market aac 11 TKX DOI LAIIS will bo p.nil lo nny nnkl.ix two tcu with tho j ony D.UIn nntl Fifty will >io pnW to nny PCMQII miking tliruo iviccov-lvo ten with pony bnlN'anil pln-i, ol tho BADGEK STA'l K tfALOO.V, pi evious to thi- 1st of May, ISiU. Thin day, (Wuslnciday) two ten ntiil ols'il pins wcrp miulo, ami the money paid owr to winner. Jan2t.tr PI.IU.U1 LUWREXCK TV City Garden. tmvtf live low tort 111 Illock Klrnt which wo will nt tlio following until the 1st of April to clo-io thorn out. The balance tho Block hiw been sola 10 itctii.il wlio Intend tniUiltugtho Lou 1 nnd 'J. i orncr of VimHm-mi ami Ogdvii Si.'JCO, y am) -l, Itii Du-nlUiiy HOU-JO. Hoiwo. with over K-00 of ,tnd overvtmng complete Lot fur ftttQO. AUo, (ol tho corner of YituRureii ami with ilrit tiLvM IhvolHiiK iVlern, Wood- xwc W.oOu. We IIAVU No I'l-t in I'll'tli irouttnp IWt on ami IW in JJlock S. which wo ill iull for .1 >ul. Term- easy. MAIIRtnrS fc Mllwftiikiio. J-Minary 1W6, Jan 1-tf, SCHOOL. BOOKS PAPER HANGINGS, BLANK BOOKS, Paper of all kinds, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, AT J. A, HALL lO.'S. county tux, and their State tax most willingly, It maybe true tlmt nt some particular time? they consUlurod thnt the Slntc tax, more particulnrly, was a little, just u little above tlie mark, but then n corrupt official waa nt the head of ixntl at another campaign, he make way fur ati honest man. Divided ni was the opinion of inhabitants of B--------on the great question of tUo day, they never exhibited j-ymplonu of n spasmodic explosion, because perclmnce come law of the general government conflicted with their ideas of republicanism. If there were some who thought a certain law unnecessary, they said. Wiser heads thai we make our lava. They may be right, wo wrong. AVe will wait, and nee ila wrtrlrinirtf HAIR Remember the Number. MILWAUKEE. MARBLE FRONT DOOK TO FAZRffS Joiics, Diunin i W. S. CAWDEE GO'S NEW STORE, No. 160 East Water Street, aMi'W AVKKK, DOOlt TO WrfOIlKLlfS RARE CHANCE J3 R Y O O PROFKSSOH WOOD'S HAIK RBSftORATIVK, Is, no iVovibt, the tnost wonderful discovery of Oils ayo ol progress, for It will restore, permanently, Iialr to original cover the hcail or tho with a most luxuriant grow tli, retnoveatonce.il)   a '.lrl'' f I'HIM.T. .V' film I'ATCIJX WILLLVMA l'ST premium .loc'.'l for 1835. i-r SALT, Fl.OUlt FKKD. WBAPPIHO AND rRINTJNG PAPEES, Ut Ml. S, L'orucr itutl Weil Water fur alt kluilK of toiill-tfl __ w, 11. UIHUOKT. S. U. OUTKHIAM, M III 1-4 Vftttrr Mt SMITH SALOMON, Xo. I Kxl'clniHl'ii daaVMy Block, Stml H A R D W A R E Hardware! A K WILLlAJla, .No. 45 Strict, BUIwankn', Wcit Side of the Blrnr, inollKxl or lufurmlug tils oM 1'rlcn.is anil tho imbllc poiiiTnlli', lli.it In onlor lo niir-ply ttw iDCrtnxIni; or boUi City anrt Country, he has plonblicd Ills FitucV: of Shelf and Heavy Hardware! Where can ho fmiLiI tt comlilcto Msortnwnl of aU ffoorts In lilt line. Aldot Window anil till frotu the but Kiutcru Xaclorlca. All of which will be Mid In quAntlllc.4 to ixircha.ior'', and at tho Ivoirtsr CAJII 1'KlCEi, nt JySl.lf (M OM Boat Hdt of Oa Jmtalcan lllun. TAILORS' SHEARS. rpRIMMKRS, BanVcw' Shwira, Itarbtra Scl.ioo, arfl JL othar gouli, or IxKxmnl fc nunurac ure, comtantly on hnntl, at H. A, Has VTMet Street. Premium Furniture Establishment OF NOYES, FLERTZHEIM CO.. AT Titan Xew and Spacious Four-Story Double Store, MT.KCTLY OPItelTE THFIR OLO ST.XSP. d menxVr TAI-L, .lamnry 1, 1855. O. J. Door Sir UuaoUclted, I s-end you this ccrtlQcalo. After F. A Co., beg to Inform their frlcnilK anil custom- in era lhat they am now prepared to exhibit their superb nntl moat extensive stock of Furniture and Uphol slery made lu the very stylo, and or the best materials In their mnniir.iclorv, niul U.NDKK raion ow.vsu- Oiir stock now comprlse-i a variety of UiJilH, very rare ly ollcreil to the public, of jirlced, nfciHiitn nnil Rue furniture, and aro conUtlont that the trains we are ul VTCLVB to our wlli bo fipjircclated a.s at tlio In preference to alt eompellMfln, Ihoeole 'aud only tlijilo mas for lionio.raaile furniture, wo Intend lo susfaln tho proud position bitberto enjoyed bv us. Our facililiv3 for tnanubctunng every quantity and quality oE Goods pertaining to our hue, ena- ble to offer them at the very lowest prices, and on the most aceamnWKUUtaG terms shall continue to ad. here to our old prlncrplo of ilnlck Sain and 8mnll nnd '.-a; East Water WM. A. KOYKS, AUGUSTUS GEO. X. KUIBAJJU CITY LAUD OFFICE. OJi XAKCH the Uth, 1 to nil poMlo auction In in e 2nd 15Ul Wards. aomo at In a few State politica arose, their course waa with liberality nnd with caution. And of auth a village wai Mr. William Green the great man. -He should have been, and undoubtedly he proud of big subjects, They were at the time of which we now speak, a people of whom any squire might be proud. And now a word iw to Mr. Mr. Green was a shadow of doubt he was the moat wealthy man iu the coun- try round about B-----. He owned bouses and land; he owned Bank stock, and Railroad stock. He loaned money for he had an abundance, and on the town clerk-'s book was registered the of William Green in connection with many a lot of land, and many a Tillage cot- tage by other Individuals said to be owned. Mr. Green was no tyrant, although a few who did not understand the man persisted in the be- lief that he was. No matter how trivial the amount might be, he did his business in a strict business Erery peraoa who trans- acted busineM with him must do so according to' the application of the term. Half way work, and a "Well no matter, and never he waa a stranger to. It was by pursuing this policy, 09 he himself that be came to occupy the position in so- ciety he now flid, for Mr. Green was not always wealthy. He recollected distinctly, how many years bc- fors this time, a poor boy with a little bundle containing his nil on his back came trudging in- to B-------, his thick cow hide sheen clattering over the stone Bide walks, and the broad brim ot his palm leaf liat flnppingup, and down orer His clothes, although home made and worn and faded, were neatly patched, allowing how n kind mother had exorcised- her inventive ge- nius in preparing her son a suitable fit out to make his debut into this great world 30 full of cares and troubles. Times were dull nnd little doing, but our brave youth waa not disheartened. The last words of hia mother when he left her lowly cab- in, were: William, you must remember you nro only a wee bit of a lad, and the great world will hue- tic yon about aa if you were the old foot ball upon the village green but have a stout heart, Willie, and be not disheartened, for the world is Tery large, and it is not near full But that wee bit of a boy waa more of a man than even hli mother, with all a pride foe an only BOD, Imagined him. He bid a fond adieu to ;old-associations, declaring thaf ha bclnf( nearly bnUl for a long time, and having tried all the liair restoratives extant, nntl lnvlns no faith in any, I was Induced, on hearing of to give it a Irhl. I placed myself tu tho lumda of a harber auit my head rubbed with good stiff brush, ami tho Restorative then applied, mid well rubbed in, till tlio a Tills I repealed every morning, in llirce the young hair appeared, and grew mildly from August till tho present and Is now thick, black and .strong, soft and pleapwit to tho touch whereas, before it uas liirsli and wiry, what little there wa.1 of it, ahd thnllittlu wfct disa piiea ring very rapidly. I still yoitr Hoitnra- tlvo about n week, nnii shall soon a nud [K-rlcct crop of hair. Now, if I hid read of thetc lliinirs nnd who has not but have not seen hitherto any caso where any person's hulr was really beneflttcd by nny of the hair imilctf, Ac., of tlio day an i! it really gives me pleasure to record the result of my oxperlenw. I have tiave recommended yonr prcparatiWH to othcrn, und It already him a large and general Halo throughout the Ter- ritory. "The people here know Its and have dencc in It. fhu supfly you ucut M wholes" to rifjonta for tboTcrniory, is netrly and dully aro made Tor it. You deserve credit fop your di'covory and 1, foa one, -return you my for the tiunollt It bos ilono rue, for I certainly had despaired long ngoor ever cflVrciing anr result. Youra, W. UONO, I-lrra of Tie-mi fc KeNog, St. Paul. Th-) uudcrslgticd, llev. .T. KvBragp, i< In regular standing, and pastor of tho OrtJiodox Clmrrh, ut BrooUftcW, Mans. He a   poo.ls very mii'-h con. lor llio month o CLOAKS. have a tine mock of CLOAKS that for uala M per oont. IPW prlcot tbnn PRINTS. S PER YAIW DELAINES. nre usually :i to twenty cent J, .such to tlirvc EMBROIDEEIES. A and fino of KHDR01DKRIKS at l the lunnl Neiv York co-t. 1 Sheeps' Grey and Cloths. Xo. 3-1 Spring rr, opposite the American t attention will sipiimonl4 or Orders wade to r to lo dlaiiK-ti'r of CvnvCUnir B-xl-t. Car aiui LOCOIIMI.VI' Ax ci I'-vn'i-.UN' WOIUC. ol a I Kinds mi-It; tw Tlu-y hivo the Agency >aJe "f mil of Ma- ilcut. Also tho AfffBcy for of Hi ble Mill, all pui for Agency for a IMrtiblo Saw Mill, w be d as c.rci..ar and Al-o, JJddell. Kepllngcr .tCo.'s patent lio.Icr nd flinching topr.ivinpi of Machinery sect on hppllcttivn Kt our Jiy All wori: warranted aad carefully packed, according to order. 11 L. I.. LEEfcJSOX. A COLD! A COUGH! i Take cnre of Delays ere T IM tlw Atui rlcan UJIM! It witl It prC phjvicl.m." of Om rulU for cvuu. by aiM by ilic Orders >ollcite-l by iViOy. It a the 1'rJce 10 ceou a roll FT Gft.cril of the P. C HAUw Co. HOUSE AND SIGN 22 Spring Street, OPPOSITB THK A.1IEBICA.V IIOI'SB. DTJtlXK t> Paints, BrujJies. Artist'i Sec. y four x from chVMhootl oud rostorod my lialc, which becoming gray, to Its original color. I have upcd no oilier article with ai.yth.ag Ilki. the same ptenwro or profit. truly. J. K. URAGfi. 114 ST. taunt, 5, 1855. Dear Sir: I am doing nn travel in the WM and Southwestern fctatea, ai general accnt Tor American Miilnviit, noil would vor me with m conaignmcnt If yon wotil.l fa- Wood's JLitr Ho- ftlorativc. I feel nnsurctt that I can introduce It in many places whore it H not known, as my head H a livinjt testi- mony of its valuable operty, In restorlnR iho hnlr to itfl natural color. 1 nm lorty old, and my liair WJIM almost xvliltc but after half.plnt my hair t-i aa beautiful auburn as it WAS at sixteen, nnd much Improved In appearance, and 1 would not be without a bottle on hand ior the price of ton. 1 wliould be very Kind to attend to any matter connected with the Hair Kc- stormtivc. I have been for fifteen ycori CALEB WAU. I wonU one come back wealthy. wimo huslness, anil be tfau to hear from you x Very rc-jiectfuSly, WM. Ii. BKOOMR Sold ot 111 Markct-sl., St. I-outo, 31o., 316 Brond- wav, New York, and by all DruKfiirfU everywhere. All kinds of family patent meiSlclneu lor sale, on alble tcsim, nt Wood'seitaTslishrnent, 114 Mirkr't-.Ht., ere by all Iho DnigrfUt.''. [fobl-OJm3ro LA CROSSK MIL-VVAUKEK B. R. I-AN'.VKUS of all kliiiU at greatly reduced Sheetings, Shirtings and Linens. oetinpv, Phtrlinpi nnrl I.tneiii nt much than orcr Our whole u ior for c.uiii ai priws than the (.MI. be bought Call and examine, u rhPtm wUhlnjt CARl'IHS. would Uo vrcll to o ir stock before purclj W CAXIiffi A CO., jrtil KO Water st SJitclit- UN Ran E N UNCLE B WILL liiCE THE SPRING STYLE HATS, nEEBE t TO.. LEARY. KNOI AS'O OWN. TO-DAY. tirop IE: and THROO? S. L. R. P. ELMORE, .Another Important Change I HAVJ.VO PfKCHASK.) TFIF. OI.U AN'D TTKU. KXOWX FLOUR AKD FEED STORE, In Market Sqmre, s. FOUMICnt.Y OOCUI'JKDUY COK.) HHOTHER, I havu removal tny fttock of Klour aud Feed from tho .Mnrkf-l Huuie to unmedStoro, where on hand a. turjic ami vMl of An-! nlso other and chrnpcr GRAUAil FIJUU11, HYE RYE ME.VJ., MKAU COI.N, nn-7 Mill. FKED. Any of the itrtlelf? dcNvered to any part o the ctty, mid wnrraiitfd. jfjf Hiij'pUtsl nt a 
                            

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