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For the News.
The Importance of Agricultural
FAIRFIELD Tp., March 18th, 1866.
l)i')TOR New?: I am ratified to w
that mhiio uf tlio Farmers aro respond
ing to the invitation you extended tn
tlieis some timo nince to communicate,
upon p.ll fulj'efs appertaining to tlie
onef tl avocation of farming. I feel nn
Interest and a pleasure in turning first
to tho ".'neuUiunl JVwirtniont" of
the New, and reading tlio original com
munications, and selected j.ieecs, which
arc always useful nnd int-truotive, and
for tlie purpose of contributing a little
mito, and as "Old Clodhopper" ffiv?,
for tho encouragement of other, I have
6nt down this evening to pen a few lines,
but Icing a novice in writing fur the
public eye, I flel some diffidence. JSut
I will adopt tho Pnvy Crockett mot!r,
and "go ahead" and olTcr a few thoughts
on agriculture, and if they should not be
worth the priuting, they cun.bo laid aside
for I have no new experiments to di
Tulge, or new theories io promulgate at
present, but will always, as f;ir as mv
feeble efforts are capable, defend tho rep
utation and promote the interest and
welfaie of the firmer.
Though his wa3 the first business fol
lowed by man, and some sis thousand
1 1 I V 1 . .
jeiiia ji.ivc eifippcu since, ana more luan
three-fourths of the wealth of the world
" 13 employed in the various branches of
Agriculture, and something like three-
fourths of the civilized inhabitants of
the globe are engaged iD that business
yet I suppose there js not an intelli
gent farmer but what would agree that
the present system of farming is sus
, i i e . .
ccpiiDie oi great improvement, and is
far from reaching the acme of perfec
tion. In the earlier ages, when the
Farmers had no agricultural papers to
aid them in the art of farming, we may
suppose it was carried on with but little
SKiu or system, out when ttiose papers
came to the aid of the farmer, they
opened up a brighter prospect in his
field of labor, and agriculture progress
ed with more rapid strides, and will con
tinuo to progress .while its advocates
continue their efforts. I do not sup
pose there is any public journal that
would benefit a reading farmer in " pe
cuniary point of view, more than one
especially devoted to his own interests,
and I see no reason why a newspaper
ehould not devote a portion of its pages
to agricultural improvement as well as
to political advancement, and I think
when a paper of that kind is offered to
the public, it would be well for tho Far
mers and others to patronize it.'
I think tho business of Agriculture
should be first on the list of occupa
tions. I conceive it to be the motive
power by which all the machinery of the
world is moved and kept in motion.
Uusustained by it, Commerce and Man
ufactures would cease, and our beauti
ful villages and flourishing cities would
crumble to the earth the swift Locomo
tive that flies with lightning speed from
city to city, would be anuiliilated-
huge steamship that plows over the
mighty deep, bearing the comforts and
necessaries of life to the distant-nations
of the earth, would be among the things
that were, and all the busy scenes of
life become overshadowed with dark des
pair. Seeing, then, that Agriculture is the
great business of life, tho foundation of
all our wealth, tho moving-power of
our great political machinery, how is it
that we are looked upon as an inferior
class of the human family, and our oc
cupation held in disesteem, and looked
down upou as degrading, and not so
jnorable as other professions? Now,
brother Farmers, what do you think of
having such a low estimate laid upon us?
If we have not the skill and knowledge
of our profession that others have of theirs,
u ii iiuv ior uie "inioi energy ana na
tive talent. Thun we are alone charge
able for this inferiority. It is, in my
viuvr, our greatest interest to become
superior men, and the only way I see
brin;: about this desirable result, is
set ourselves about the great work of
H-lf-improvcment to cultivate the mind,
as well as thoJ.j, and endeavor to at
tain as much natural and acquired tal
ent in our profession as others do
theirs, and when we shall be able
treat subjects of practical interewt to
in a familiar and intelligent manncr.and
ithall Lava made ourselves on a par with
Other professions, as practical writers
and speakers, we will no longer be re
garded as an inferior class, but tho ris
ing generation will sec and know that
Agriculture is a science, worthy tho
of the most refined and best-educated
miu.ls. Yours Kespeetfully,
A FAIRFIELD FARMER.
For the News.
Thoughts on "Clovering Land."
' I would not allow a lit of Clover
grow on my l;nJ, if I was viaij f,r
Kai.l an old farmer to trio one day.
"Why?" I ikIc.1. "L.-cauae," tsuid
"it makiM tho ground liht and looso,
ktid llierainn na,,i it ull Uway," and
t-xj..;ct l.o thou J t tWt if ho bhould
n Imt'd to fyllow "Clover-
uu! .. r uf y ara, La would
J i.f Lis firm, a Lij Lulo
Vtlii ro it UMt'd to Lo.
I . ' A
IU i 'jhlnr, juinin; Liin , Bays:
I i.'.'t ) r p ih'nit C'l'iver for ri'jv-
thing." "Why?" said I. ' T.ceauso the
root penetrate to a f rc.it depth, and
bring up the treasures which the sub
soil contains, and plm. it in reach of
corn and wheat ro ot.-; besides a good
growth of clover turned nnder is equal
a hc:ivv ennt of manure. It also
makes the soil lighter and looser by add
ing decoyed vegetable matter to it, and
the roots of plants can moro easily pen
ctrato the soil in search of nourish
ment. A noil made thus loose will 1mo
retain moisture better than hard, stiff,
clay soils, almost destitute of vegetable,
though rich in mineral matter."
"Hut," raid I, "arc you not afraid the
heavy rains will wash all the soil off
your hills here?" "Fooh! no," said he;
"the soil being loose and porous, will
absorb tho rain and retain its ammo
l, and allow the surplus water to
soak off underneath, where it will not
be apt to carry off much soil I'm
thinking; but your chin soils, be'in? al
mot impenetrable, the water collects
in ouantities upon the surface, and
you soon nave creeks ana branches
all over your farm."
VelI, the differonco in the notions of
theso two men in regard to raising Clo
vcr, is but one of the many differences
between them. The first believes in
keeping a large stock of cattle, hogs ic,
of tho "scrub" breed, which cat up an
nually more than they are orth. and
aro poor all the timo. Luring the Spring
and Summer thry run in the woods, and
many a day is lost in hunting up the
cows, and in the Winter it takes all the
hay, fodder and corn that he raises to
winter them, and it Is a fact that they
are worth one-third les3 in tho
than they were in the Fall before
His neighbor, on the contrary, keeps
a good stock of cattle, hogs, horses,
sheep, &.C., but he keeps them well.
They have good clover pastures at homo
they aro always in good order; conse
quently it don't take near as much to
keep them (for I hold this as an axiom,
that it takes less too keep an animal in
good order than to keep one poor
should say one-third less;) therefore they
don't cost near as much and are worth
more, and the deduction is plain they
arc vastly more profitable.
Now I don't wish to be understood
as saying that all this difference exists
because one of these farmer grows clover
and the other does not, but I would like
to see the man who will deny the ben
efit of clovcring land, and prove his as
sertions by a statement of facts.
But now, Mr. Editor, one word, and
this is what I am driving at. I know of
many men who sow their wheat-fields
with clover, which is allowed to grow as
well as it can until the wheat is cut, when
it is pastured until late in the Fall, and
perhaps stock allowed to run on it all
Winter, which are taken off for a while
in the Spring, until the much-abused
clover is up enough to make tolerably re-
pectable grazing for a calf, when it
'turned in on," and hogs root at it, and
colts, calves and cows nibble at it, until
the first month of autumn, when it
turned under aad seeded to wheat, and
this is called "turniii"- under a crop
clover. n ny, ir. x-uitor, tiouDt
whether the roots of clover, treated in
this way, ever exceed three inches in
length. How can they? Hoots cannot
grow' unless leaves grow, no more than
leaves can grow without roots, and the
Farmer who has been so greedy as
feed his stock on the few small leaves of
the clover which he has sown to feed his
lind upon, will find himself at the come-
out, like tne aog wno discovered in the
water the shadow of the bone he carried
in his mouth, and found to his cost that
his attempt to seize the shadow was but
Oats How siren Seed to an Acre
An old practice of this country, 1ms
been, to bow two or two and one halt
busliela of plump, full eted to an acre.
In England, upon the best land, four
six bushels sown to the imperial acre.
llefering to the resultB of practice by
farmers, we bclteye three and a half
bushels of the Fotato, l'arley, or Poland
variety oi oaw, as seeu, to an acre,
about the quantity that Ehould be used.
If you measure by weight, and use
common white oat, then half a bushel
less. Ohio Farmtr.
Jiy Wednesday, March 4th, was
end of Pierces Administration and
beginning of Buchanan's. Tho event
was thus appropriately noticed in
Cincinnati Gazette of that date:
To-day one President leaves his place
and another is inriururnted. In politi
cal history this isalways an era. In
present case we may hail the change
hope, if not with confidence. We know
not what it will bring forth, but
fact is consolatory. A traveler met
other at the forks of two roads loading
to the same place. Said the first
"Which of these roads is tho best,
" That, sir."
'(Have you been over it?"
"io elr, but I Luvo been over
and nothing; under heaven can bo wr
W e inity sufuly assume that the Pierce
administration win not De excceiica
weakness, in wickedness, in wanton
ness, in willin;' depravity, and in
worthlessncss, by anything which can
produced in this generation.
Thoro appears to bo considerable
ciu incut iu Spain, as we poreeivo by
advices, relative to alleged outrages com
mitted in Mexico upon Spuni.ih eitiiens.
The London Times nays: "The Spanish
Government is di tci mined to take vigo
rous measures to avi-ngo these injuries,
and intends to fit out a powerful expedi
tion to proceed from Cuba and act
the oilensive; but the diiliculiy is,
Hi ual, want of money."
-ur:iT ivi vr:u: hoi.-ti:.
In liana polish Ciiirtiniall Short Mne
r v r -v "V r v vHTl
v in I , r f m ii r if .
CHANOK OK Tl M K.
chnngo clears to J ndlannpolis. All olh-
rr routes cliati g'" crs twice. 'I'll in route
is thirty miles shorter Hum nny oilier route,
leaves Cincinnati ono hour find fifteen min
utes Inter, mid arrives ut J iidiauopoiia thirty
nii niites q 'ticker thnn any ollior route, from
I llltl I'. DAILY TIC.tl.C!
Tlin e piissenjier trains leave Cincinnati, fool
of 1'' ron I nnd M ill streets, daily, (Sundays ex
cepted,) ns follow:
b A. M. 1 1 US I t-. M K K.-'f.
Arrives at Indianapolis at 1 II .-."'! A. M., Terre
Hants at 3:15 1'. M , runs !) P. M., Vincennes
6:15 P. M., Kv.insvlllo ! :'J.r P. M., St. Louis
1:111 A.M., Cairo lit G A. M., and Lafayette
1:55 P. M., Fori Wayne P- IN., M if li i':in
City f.:'.: P. M.,CMi-o(To!M.r P. M., Joliet 1 :
4.1 A. M.. liork Island H A. IN., Iowa Ci'v 1 1
31A.M.. (i.ilenn 7 A.M., Dnnleltli 7:.MI A.M.
2:30 P. M. SKCO.NI KXPKKSS,
Arrives at Imlinnipolis al 7. .11) P. M , I.nfay-
Itont Ih.'iSP. M .. Terre Ilnuto I1..V.J P. M.
Pana P: tD A. M., Vlnci-nnes 3:"i5 A. M., St
I.nuis IDA. M., Ciiiro 0 P. M., Lafayette 12:
13 A. XI., Micliinnn City 4 A. M., Clilrnjro 7
A. M , tialetm 7:.'I0 P. M., Munleilli B-25 P. M
Joliel II). I I A. M , Rock Island 4 P. M.,Iowa
Citv 7:.'H1 P. M., Unlesburff 5 P. M : Hurling
Ion 7:U.'i P. M., Quiney 1 1 P. M.
MO P. M. INDIANA POLLS ACCOMMO
Arrives at Indianapolis l(l:.rin P. M.
For !! the above plnees are Bold only at th
Indiannpolis and L i nci imnti I'ailrond Offices
vin Lnvvrencebu rg. Through Tie.f-.els, good
for 3b j ds ys, to be had lit the Company's Of
fice, under fie Spencer House, Corner of
Uroadway and Front, where nil n-cesx-iry in
for inalion cuu be bail. J, K. (! I Hlil N S,
Also, corner Front and flroailwav. opposite
theSpencer House. P. W . Silt A D I'Al,
t.encral I irket A"ent.
No 2 flu rnrt House, and 1 77 (! ibson House,
Front Door. Olfico hours from i A. M. to D
P. M. W. ILL. NOHLK,
Oenenl Ticket Agent I. V C. K. R.
Freich I going V est, and consigned to J. F..
Ollibons, Ticket Aent , will be promptly for
wurded, and no charge for commission.
Freight taken as cheap, and from 12 to 48
hours in advance of all oilier ron les.
J. F. CIlF.F.Iv,
innlSyl Freight Agent
1IUWAKD ASSOI'1 1TI0 I'lil Ij dr lpLSa
rP0 all persons etilictcd with Sexual Diseases.
1 such as Sprrmatorrliira, Kemino Wcninrsn,
Imimtenre, nnorrhaa, Oleet, btnihilis, the ice
of Onanism, or r-ylouse, iVc, &.C.
The Howard Anciation , iu view of the aw
nil ucRirucuoii oi iiumiiu ine, caused ov ex
ual Uisenaea, and the deceptions practiced upon
Hie iinluriunuie victtms 01 suc.li diseases by
Quacks, have directed their Consulting Sur
geon as a Chtiriuble Act worthy of their name,
lo give iiKdicoi jiurire isrnv.t, io all persons
thus ottlicted, who apply oy letter, with a de
scription ot thei r condition , (ago, occupation,
habits of life, Ac.,) and in cases of extreme
poverty nnd sull'ering, to furnish Medicine l'rce
The Howard Assointion Is a benevolent I n
.itilution, estaldi'ihcd by specinl endowment
for the relief of tho sick and distressed,- iillhc
ted wilh "Virulent and Epidemic Dieases."
It lias now a surplus of meacs, which the Di
rectors have voted to expend In advertising the
above notice. It 8 neeiibss to add that the
Ami e lation comi'iHudu the highest MedUul
skill of the uge, n id will furnish the most aji
provea moueru ire uinelil.
Just Published, by the Association, a He
poit on Spermatoi rhcoa, or Seminal Weakness,
the Vice of Ouunism, Jl.isturbaiion or Self
Abuse, and other Diseases of the Sexual Or
gaiiH, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will
be sent by mail, (in a sealed enve.ope,) Free
t'iarye.oti the receipt of tifo iin;n for pon
tage. Address, Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUN. Con
suiting Surtreon, Howard Association, No.
South NINTH Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Uy
order of tho Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, I'ret't.
Gko. FaIRCIIII.o, Sret'y. fehl9yl
FOR T II E HOLIDAYS!
Qnl Annuuls, Gilt, Uouud In .Morocco,
itjv dillVrent sizes;
21) dozen Juvenile Books,
A fine assortment of Present Rooks, 300 vols,
Subscriptions fur Harper's and Putnam's .Mag
azines, 5.00 per year in advance;
Lady's Book and Harper's new "Weekly Jour
nal ol civilization,- lor fj in advance.
A large stock of School and Miscellaneous
For sale at
im-. a. iiKi:ic,
RESPECTFULLY Informs his friends and
the public generally, that he has removed
his ethce and residence to the North side
Walnut street, second door east ol Ellis's cor
ner, and a few doors west of 13. Burrere's resi
dence, and will attend promptly to all profes
sional calls, as heretolore. nov-'
t. 11 0 l.M F.S , M . D.
w. w. hoi. Mrs, u.
XV. II oi, US.
HAVING permanently located in Hillsboro
for the purpose of practicing Medicine,
Surgery, iic, hope to merit a share of public
Office Drug Store, Main st. opposite Court
N. B. Niglitcalls promptly attended lo
ALL TIMES. llOVliyl
S. &. W. T.V. HOLMES,
(Snccesnors to Kiiif; &. Co.)
MAIN ST. OPPOSITK THb; COURT
HOUSE, HILLSBORO. O.
riMIE SUBSCRIBERS having purchased the
1 stock of Utuen. Medicines &.C, beloncinc
to the late firm of Kiuir oV Co., and made large
additions thereto, respectfully solicit a share
Our stock of dataware, Dry mid Mixed
Points. Oils, Cumins Fluid, Dye Stuff, Per
fminries. Soups, Window l.bss ond Putty,
Brushes and f ancy Articles, w ill be foil
large and selected, aud our prices as low
(hone of sny ollior house.
We shall pnv purliciilr attention to 'Keeping
Vlllli AM) IUES11 MEDICIXLS,
Hid compounding Prescriptions,
OjTOrders Iroin loo country solicited
promptly attended to. novfiyl
15, and G gul Strne Juis fur Lard;
. 3, 4, 5, uud C gal Stone Jars, straight,
5 gul Stone Churns;
1 and gal Stone Jugs;
For sale by J. K. MARLAY.
THE CAMrAMsN OI'tLU!
FENNER& BAIRD AHEAD!!
NOW, while the mine's of the people
somewhat appeased, we would avail ou
of the opportunity to direct especial
to our Urge and complete block of
FALL AND YSINTKR GOODS,
Which we have just received from the Eastern
Cili.ia. Oursiocsj oi
Comprises an endless variety of Prints, Mus
lins, .Mous D'Laiites, all wool. Silks, Satins
Cloths. Cimnimeres, Doe S.k Ins, Tweeds, Jeuus
and svery variety of Ludies' and Gents' Dri-ts
11 ATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES,
Of all stylos aud varieties. Also, a very
t: ead tf JIatle Clothing!
In this deportment we feel warranted in
ing to out pairous. t'lttt w Imve loft nothing
undone in selecting an A No. I assortment,
uiunufaclured lo ordor, of theory Itrtt mate
rialt, and in tke latest apt.roned fhious.
enuiiierate such as Dress Conts, Pants,
Vests, (Jvercoiis, Linen aud Under Shirt,
Drawers, Nerk I limn kerchieft, etc., etc;
LADIES AND CEN TS (iLOVES, HOSIE
Of every vsrioty, together w'tli inauy
articles which we deem It needless to enum
erate. Give us a call. Our prices will be
rea-ionoble. FENNER &. BAIRD.
ir'OR sale Bt ti'j
pr. lb. al the Drug Store
JL Kinilh's Old Comer, llill.horo, by
JAM I S BROWN, Agent
fr,S tor Jostrii Kin.'.
Wiener's I'n font Wo sh Tub.
l' ut mini An. 8, I r-J I.
'I 'MR u tide rig nnl , h n v 1 n (r pnrrlinFiod tlie
.L rl(lit for t tie, aliovn vnlunMo Inl.or-siivi ng
Mincliine, for lliflihml county, would rail tho
ntt.intlon of Housekeepers lo its grent utility
nnd convenience. A rriini'inents Imve, been
tninle. for tho iiKinnfurturo o( llio TuliS in II i I la
horn, hy which I nm now prepared to supply
Ilia exlensivo demand lor lliem. They la ill tie
kept for mile nnd tuny he seen at tlio Hardware
loro of J. K. MAItl.AY, liigli fc't., opposite
ri it oiise, 1 1 niHiioro.
It is nnneresirv to pive miv defirrintlon of
this mnelilne further than to sny that it lm
plicity of ronslrue.tion and the ease with which
it is operated, are only eiiuuled hy its ellirncy
and cheapness. It will do wailiinR inlmlfthe
time and with lens than one-fourth the l ibor,
oi ine ordinary mode.
Ihe fullo'Ving Certificate from Ladies nl
Hillslioro who have used the iiinrhine. is suf
ficietit ev iih nce of its merits:
4 'l tlfi :ilc.
llii.i.innan, July, If TiC.
mr. fi. r,. I.AMntra l ermit lis tossy, we
have used Wisner's Patent Wash Tub and find
it to be far superior to any washing appnratns
we have ever seen or lined. irnrhrt all KiniU
nf clntht clran vithnut injury. We w ould rec
ommend It to nil rro nnmirnl housekeepers a
irmid and labor-saving inni hiuo.
Mrs. I-.. Ileiliiii Kton, .Mrs llenj Unrrere,
at Wnodrow House.
" K M Orr,
" M W'ondrow,
" M Trimble,
" M alullenlx,
" Win Scott,
J L Hoard man,
" M Movers,
" bli Tucker, Elli-
' Judge Hell,
" I Colvin,
" Sallie McDowell,
sti:i:l mould n.ous!
Sr.VI-V'I'H ST.I'LOW l'ACTUUV
iT Plows , rfevenlh st, first door west of Mali)
Ci nciiinat i , keep o n hand a general assortment
Plows;sucli asSod, side-hill, rightand left hand
Mows, tv e alao manufacture and. keep con-
tantly for sale, a general assort men I of steel
Mu Id Doards.ul I of which nr warranted lobe
made of good mnterial,aud to perform well
ma v lieret u rued. marll
Scrap Iron Wanted!
WILL pay the highest market price, for
all tilt Scrao Ircn that may be offered.
inylS J. K. MAULAY.
nisu M. IinUboio,
Fly ots and Huggy Ubips,
(10TT0N Flag Flv Nets complete.
J Red, Dine and Mixed.
Patent Leather complete.
Rattan Huggy Whips.
Silver Mounted do
Assorted Cord and Done.
Silver mounted and Plain do
Wlinle-I!oue, Plain and Knotted, very fine.
Just received and for sale bv
juI2 J. K. MAR LA V.
ME3 Shovels and Spades
Polished Steel Hoes, Handled;
Steel 1 oy lloes, Handled j
Planters' Polished Steel do,
Elephant Steel Hoe;
Iron and Wood Rake's;
Gaiueii Trowels, .Vc, &.C
For sale hy ' J. K. MARLAY.
LONG handle Shovels and Spades,
Steel Forks, 2, 3 und i, Long,
Truro Chi.ins.slrcit and twisted,
Halter Chains, with Snaps.
Wood Root Haines, Red and Rl'k Tops,
SUain lii-i.t do-
Wood (lames, Iron Strops.
Drawing Knives, all kinds
Cablings for G ri ud Stones,
Chisels, Angers, Saws,
Strap Hinges, Steel Plow Wings,
Grubbing Hoes, Picks,
Just received by J. K. MARLAY.
Wooden Eowls, Allspice,
Spicesol'all kinds, Figs,
1'erfunirs, Tobacco, ttc.
For sale at JOHN DU VALL'S.
Mercantile, Fire and Marine
OF COVINGTON, KY.
OJJire, in J'alch'i Ulock, Scott Street.
Cliai lci ct-JJMM:l, jgOO.OOO.
riIlIS Company is prepared to insure
I Buildings, Furniture and Merchandise;
so. on Vessels, Curgoes and Freights, aguiusl
loss uud dumuge by 1 irs, and the perils
Mari'ieand InUnil .Navigation.
Mi'esGreenwood, Cussius M. Clay,
George 1 . Mcumuu, A . IJ. Loleman,
Sani't B. Keys,
Win. II. Cotnstock,
George F. Davis,
S. W. Haseltine,
Wm. B. French,
Win. T. Phipps,
S. S. Clarke,
John T. Martin,
Henry Von Phul,
L. Hull inter,
(ieorge II. Calvert,
J. M. Pickering,
Churles Hubbell ,
C. B. Camp,
T. W. W. Do Courcy,
Ab'm C. Edwards,
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, President,
CHARLES HUBBELL, V'ica President,
AB'M C. EDWARDS, Secretary,
BRUCE PORTER, Attorney.
Applications, by iuuil, wtllreceive prompt
UJ"Pcrious w iahiug to insure, will call
J.K. MARLAY, Agent,
niyj-8 Hillsboro, Ohio.
ANVILS, ussorted sizes;
V H i;, 33, 41) uud 511 lbs;
S'i'ot-K ao im:, , , x,
Right and Left llund, with 4 laps and
For sale by J.K. MARLAY.
XsJ o w Arrnugomout.
Succrmor to Turniiifeed it Duvall,
rpil AN Kt'UL for the liberal patronage
X ready extended to Inm, would announce
to his many customer a ud the public
ernlly, that he has just recruited his
by f'esh purchases in the Cincinnati market,
and is now prepared lo offer irreut bargains.
Among the additions to the stock, will
found a hainlinuio aesortment of
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Shoes,
eiiihrarii.g Boots, Buskins, Slippers, of
Murocco, Patent Leather Ac. all of the
styles and ut lower prices than ever before
fered In llilltsuoro. Also, a general
comprising every article usually called for
thullliie. nly stuck or
has been replenished, and will be found
Complete, and of Ihe 'best quantity. 1
also ou baud a supply of superior Caatiugs
such as A udirous, Wuion Boxes, A-.o.
Also, a large variety of S'l'ON K W AR K.
l'lens call and examine woods and
Store iu Smith's Block, Maiu street,
the Court House.
ju5 J. DUVALL.
II--II Mackerel, While and Trout, by
but. or b'f. bb
.st JOHN I'UVALL'ri.
. Wlntrr ArraTirmr ut.
ITTLK MIA M I ANDCOLUMIl'J? AND
EXCLUSIVELY AN E ASTERN R DUTE
Til ROUGH TICKETS
li T i sun n n ,
Toall tho Fnsfernoitlea.
FOUR DAILY TRAINS.
Lightning Express through to Cnlnnibus.
Crestline siul Cleveland wittiont rhstifre of cars.
IIMK UtO.M C1NCINNAII
To Columbus 4 hours.
To Cleveland In HJ hours.
To Dunkirk In It) hours.
To lluffaio In Hi hours.
To Albiny In 2fi honrs.
To New York in HI hours.
To Ilosion In 35 hours.
To Crestline In 6 hours.
To Pittsburg In 11 hours.
To Philadelphia in 31 hours.
7 o heeling JO hours.
To Paltimnre III 2S hours.
To Washington 2k hour.
To Stenbenville In 12 hours.
FinSTTRAIN Cloveland Pittsburg .Steit-
benville and Wheeling Lightning Express
leaves Cincinnati at 6 o'clock A.M.. forall the
Eastern cities. Also, Springfield and Dela
ware, Clrclevllle and ' Lancaster, Zanesville,
Ulnncliester, Chlllicotlie and Alliens. This
train stops between Cincinnati and- Columbus,
at Lovt-hind , Morrow, Xenln,and London only.
I assengers by this Irani r l.ske Steamers
have Ihe afternoon at Cleveland.
SECOND TRAIN. Express nmil, leaves
Cincinnati ut 10 o'clock A.M., for Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Dunkirk, Iluflalo, New York and
Boston ; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore and
Washington Cily. Ibis train slops at all
points between Cincinnati and Columbus.
THIRD TRAIN Accommodation, leaves
Cincinnati at .1.. 'Id o'clock . P. M., fur Spring
field, Circhivlllennd Lancaster, Iilanchester and
Chillicothe and Hillsboro. This train slops at
all points between Cincinnati and Springfield.
FOURTH TRAIN--Clevelnnd ond Pitts
burg nlfht express, leaves Cincinnati at
o'clock P. M. for the Eastern cities I'll is t rut
stops at all points between Cincinnati and Co
One train on Sunday at 2.30 P. M-, for Co-
ii m bus.
Trains run by Columbus time 7 minutes
And all Information can be obtained at the new
offices, No. 2 Uurnet House Iiuililing, VV. L
O'Brien, Ticket Agent, No 177 front office
Gibson House 13u i Id ing, Alex. Hamilton, I ick-
et Agent; or at the old office, south-east corner
Broadway and t ronl street, onpositethe Spen
cer House, or at the Eastern (Little Miami)
Uepot, fcust r ront st.
Olhce hours from 4 A. M. until 9 1-2
M. P. W. STRADER, General Agent.
lr ihk umnibus Link calls for passengers
at all the principal Hotels for each and eve
train. By leaving directions at either of tiie
above oliiofs, will call for passengers at all
parts of Ilia city, without fail.
S NOW RECEIVING from Cincinnati,
the largestslock of fresh FAMILY G RO
CERIES that he has vet offered, to whk-h
invites the attention of his friends and the
public generally. His stock comprises
bUUAIl ftew OrleaiiSjCrushed, Loul and
COFFEE Best Java, Rio and Havana;
TEAS Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Black
and Imperial ;
MOLASSES N. O. and Sugar House best
q u nl i t y ;
TOBACCO Chewing aud Smoking, of
CIGARS From Common to Havana;
FISH Choice Mackerel Iu bblsaud hf bbls;
CHEESE W. R. and English. Dairy;
Figs, Brazil Nuts, Almonds;
WOODEN WARE Churns, Buckets,
Hardware general assortment;
Garden Implements, all kinds;
FAMILY FLOUR, best brands;
SALT Kanawha and Lake;
And in short, every article which snould
be kept In a complete FAMILY GROCERY.
The above stock has been purchased
cash and will be sold at the lowest possible
advance 011 cost of which the public can
convinced, by calling and examining goods
and prices. Our motto is; ".biiALL Profits
and Large oalii.
O01d stand of John W . Higgiiis, Smith's
Row uuder the "News" office.
J. U. MULLENIX.
April' 1 ut, 1(56. ep3
Boston Cheap Store!
f I Mlli subscriber bus just opened an entire
1 new and well selected Stock of Goods,
Boston, Highland ro., Ohio. He proposes
sell as low as the same quality of goods
be bought iu any market in tlie West, Hills
boro uot excepted.
His stock consists In part of good assort.
Ladies' Dross Goods,
such as Berages, Brazes DeLoines. DeBazes,
Chainbrays, French and Domestic Ginghams,
Juckonets, CambricB, Swi ses, Slc. Alc.
Also, a great variety of Prints, Veils,
lars. Handkerchiefs, aud Capes, Shawls, Hosie
ry, Gloves and Mills in variety. A good
of Summer wear for Men and Boys;
Csssiineres.Cashmerels, Satinets and Casslnets.
Also, a good Stock ol
IZeadit ?latle Clothing
for Men and Boys.
Ladies', Misses', Childrens' and Boys'
Umbrellas and Parasols;
Hardware of good quulity;
Queensware and Glassware assorted;
A greal variety of Wooden Ware.Tiu Ware,
Stone and Red Ware.
Also A large atock of GROCERIES,
wholesale and retail, and a good assortment
such as Liniments, Oils, Pills, Balsams,
Vermifuges, Hair Oils, Perfumeries,
His Lady haaalso a large Slock of BON
NLTS of latest styles, and all kinds of
Trimmings, and is at all times prepared
trim Bonnets or do any kind of millinery
iu the best style aud on shortest notice.
ID-Most hinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE
liiken iu exchange lor goods.
irWOOL WANTED for which the high
est market uric's will be paid.
jul'JmO JACOB TURNIPSEED.
CIGARS AM) TOBACCO!
riMIE SUBSCRIBER, late of Cincluiititl.re
1 spectfully announces, that he bus
the slund lately occupied by George Cliue,
High slreet.afew door south of "Burrere's
Corner," where he will keep constantly
hand a well-selected stock of Clears,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Pipes,
Cases, Stc, all of wlncli wlilbe.sold al reason
"Lover of the weed" cau depend on
CIGARS of the choicest brnuds, aud tlie
Quality of Chewing obacco, at this establish
Country Merchants aud Pediers supplied
Iiillsboro, March llilh. leili. uiarl3
O OLE, Upper and Culf Skill. A good
KJ ply ou hnd at
)u5 J. DUVALL'S
IT ANAW11A AND LAKb, by the
always ou hand
'of!ff 1 All Conrfrucd.
A I.L PERSONS INDEBTED to Dr.
V. M. itarz, lulo (if Danville, Highland
Ohio, are l.eicl.y uoiified ".at their Notes
Accouuit have been placed in the hsuds ol
W. Mu..cliam,En,.,of Dauville, who is
authorized to collect the same.
julDtf t M. METZ
EXPERIMENT. BUSINESS CARDS.
II. I'M I.I.I II A M,
Wholesale & Ketall Orocera,
St. , 7Vo ilnri AorrA of th' Vrnny llnuir
lilt I Moiniu ... oiiio.
A!, A R G E S IOC K A L W A Y S 0 N II A N D
Call and see. feb2:t
inv Jewelry Store.
rcODCRT R. WADDELL,
WATCHMAKER A JEW.TJI.rn,
Main Street, (in Cram's lllock )
HAVING purchased the i 11 leresl ("7
tJ-,r- N,,,'ly In tho Watchmaking
a ml Jewelry establishment of WnddelKV, Neck,
will continue business at tlin old stand, on M tin
street opposite the Court House, where be res
pectfully Invites custamere to call and exnmit,"
hlsstock on hand. All kinds of repairing done
a. ii... 1 iiviiii mid 111 me lies! style.
li"!1.! R- WADDFLL.
r. A J. IIACSIll,
P'?rr in rorriqn anil American
iy n yi jn n .n n. n z
E. side High t bet. AL-iin and VV'aUt.
' -, '-t n, ''"""""""Is, and all kinds of
I 1 lombslone work furnished at short
notice. Orders solicited and prompt
ly attlejided to. jyH'yl
Large Stock of Carriages, Rocka-
On Hand mt Extremely I,ow Fiavren'
"- v; . jAcmi i-mi l. 1, ' .:
c - . : won i,i H,.
" now the sole eontro of n, r
ringe Manufactory, with which ho bus ,r ',
fore been connected as n i:i r 1 1. , ,. . . 1 , "
c in, nf r a n i) 1 . ' on
,,,,., ...... v.i.ui . . . v 1: n. .
workmanship, bennly or style, i,y v
manufactured or oflored In 'ihis mnrk, ,,,,
nearer,-, nosioiy,! , i,t 0 di ,,,.
( mm nl lower nrtrr-m t win 1
wbr ever aold for in tint pnn nf tirt J . -
inp flnmn ni. it..
carried on In nil its bandies. ,,,! ..i
. uiiMv irnrtffni i i ..m
.Iimi.,i n.,.i ...in i. ' ".ers are
. . . v , ii, ue li r Oil III II I I o ,w ... .
n x X! c n - h n i n v
..ui.ie, ui urn nest mnnner end
at moderate prices. , JACOB FIDI.Kff
UJ I ho books and accounts of il, i... ...
are in the hands rf the auLseribo, r... .......
ment.aud all knowiuir t hemsel . I .. j .
said firm, are respcctlully requested locald
RainsLoro Carriage Hanufactory.
liy u nuoi nigiieu , Having ro-
e.n.y euinrgeu nis lacilities for
mauulliclurillo Cnrriaai. u,nl.l
respectfully announce. Unit he is now nreo-,r,l
lo manufacture to order ot short notice, and of
ine Desi materials aim workmanship, (t th0
Intest styles of Carriages, Buggies, Rockn
ways, Phaetons, Sulkies, &c, &c. ,sf prices ns
low us they can bo hud elsewhere. Hu has now
on hand a large stock of Curriutn a for il.
Spring and Summer trade, to which he invites
the attention of those wishing to purchnse.
He has procured the right to use Eivrrtt't Pat
ert Coupling, a great improvement, which can
also be attached to old Carriages if desired.
Ail worn wurranted. Repairing done on
short notice. Shop nt the old stand, north
side Main street, Rainsboro, Ohio.
Ra.nsboro, O., March, marl 3y I
J. v j. ifiATiir:ic.
SASH, DOOIl AM) IiLI.M) FACTORY.
aplOyl HILLSBORO' OIIIO.
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE
Established twenty-two years ago by Dr.
Kinkemn. corner of Third and Union streets,
Twe.ntv-Two Ykars' experience bus render
ed Dr. K. a most successful practitioner in the
cure of all diseuses of a privutn nature; inun
L'ascs of the
luse of mer-
hood s debility, us on impediment
nervous and sexual infirmities, dise
skin, and those arising from the abuse
Take Particulab Noticp:. There is an evil
habit sometimes indulged in by boys, iu soli
tude, often growing up with them lo manhood
and which if not reformed in due lime, not only
begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hnppi
nets, nut gives rise to a series of protracted,
insidious, and devastating uir.'ctions.
Few of those who give way to llii.o perni
cious practice are nwure of Ihe consequences,
until they find the nervous system shallen d,
feel strange and u nuccou ut'ihle sensations, end
vague fours in the mind. Sen pages 27, 2-t,
2D, of Dr. K.'s book on "Self-Preservation. "
The unfortunate thus nli'ected becomes f. t
ble, Is unuble lo labor Willi accustomed vlor,
or to apply his mind to stud- : his Hep turd y
aud weuk ; lie is dull , irrcsi luto uud engage
even in his sports wilh less energy than umiuI.
If he emancipate himself before the practice
bus done its worm nnd enter matrimony, hu
marriage is unfruitful, und his sense tells bin,
that Ibis is caused by hi early follies. Tlirsv
are eomxderatwnt xchuli should atraken the at
tention of all wo are liniilurly situated.
KXMKMDifR, he who places Iniiisell under Dr.
Kinkklin's treat men t, may religiously ennfidt iu
his honor as a gentleman, and rely upon the
assurance, that the secrets of Dr. K.'s patients
will never be disclosed.
Young man, let no falso modesty deter you
from making your case known to, one, who
from education and reepeclubility, can certain
ly befriend you.
Dr. Kiukeliu's residence litis been for the last
twenty years at Ihe N. W. corner of Third and
Union btreets, Philadelphia, Pa.
Patiknts at a Distanck can have by stal
ing their case explicitly, together witli all their
symptoms, per letter, encloni ng a remittance
Dr. K.'e medicine, appropriated uccordinglv.
Forwarded to uny purl of tho United Stales,
and packed secure from Vamuqe or Curtosify, by
mui I or expresr
READ! YOUTH AND MANHOOD!!
A Viyorou Lift or a Premature Diaih, hinke-
tin on Aril- Preservation Onlii L'5 Cints.
Letters containing that vulue in stumps, will
ensure a copy, per return ol Intnl.
UHAI1S! UKAIISII GRATIS!!!
A Free GIFT To All Misery II Ki.trvtio
"Nature's Guide,' a new and popular work
full of valuable udvire and impressive warn
ing, alike calculated to prevent yearn of mixerv,
and save thousands of lives, is distributed with
out charge, and forwarded by muil, prepaid
any posl office iu Ihe United Status, ou receiv
Ing an order enclosing two postage stumps.
william HoRsi.r. ri.tAs niLra.
IIORSLEY & EIILEK,
Dealers ln all Kinds of Lumber,
And manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds
White and Yellow Pine Flooring;, Shelving,
rateni vv eainerooaruing, i uriiiioiiing, &c.
Finning, bowing aud Ke-bawtng done
short notice. All Orders for Rough and Plan
ed Lamber, &.C , meet prompt attention .
Pluuln g III, in r ront Street, bet. Western
Row and John , Cincinnati, Ohio. ruar'Jv
GO TO UULLENIX'S
For Cheap Groceries!
Lake aud Kanawha Salt.
I FARMERS cuu always fmd the behl qual
ity of Suit at tho lowest market price,
LARG E ahsortnienlcif Candles, and Fnn
cy Confectionery , Sugar Toys of every
dtscrtptloii, received and for sule l.y
.deciO J. II.' MULLENIX
VF best double refined Steel, with und with
K.J out springs.
For sale by
J. K. MARLAY.
For aula by J.K. MARLAY
IN GREAT VARIETY, such ns
Howls, buckets, Tubs, Rolling Pin',
EorSalsby J 11 . IM U1.1.I..M.V
UEO. C. nir.LKR ft ROWS.
r r I a g c
nrnt,M.,t,rt.Min and IVanuf.
I. i n r i .in a t i ,
" 'Lllic attention of per son sviHll , thn
n,l y , t o I ho ir as nor tine n t o If. :i r I I s
cViv n 1,;,;"v'ris",i 1 '"'"j' coi,rrlwn ,
ciry, mi, iilinnM every variety o I I at e ., I y .
, 1. .i i f ii n i o w n.i li p s
'i m e o ii n I t v o I
''I"''" here, a(
A Iso o n h and ,
i ii ii it, 1, . .. r
..II . . . " ,r rn, which
I e worn.
I I II l V , 1 V '
Watches, WatclieV. '
f. assortment of Watches , Jevelr
bilmrU are. Ac. cu-eiry
rhePerifUculand..ll klndsof S i
iiiiiin.iiint ure reccivin
-157 Mull, street. Chw'a,,
GREAT W ESTERN
V tiVun.i.- . . . v""-'.
rill I 1
.. .......... o i. s purchase,, r r,.
nuns through,,, , ft.. . t. " o. I I-
now buil, ,g and ill,,, en, Aogiw,, 4, hi".'
the largest l',,,o saleroom., ev,, ,,nil(, P '.'her ln
America or .mope , ,nru (han twirl us
Inrgoasary til the Un teISi,,i. B n
will 1 fil.ed with PIANOS f ,,' .
i .1 4 "' ' i "in t ie best ma
kersn, the co.t fy , nnd I he ,,vlel, , of .
Hiness will eiinblo us lo si ll l.i n .1
t.on "tKltitll.esome.hnr ,,,, r8t!l u .
Is or any other
v 1 1 1 1 . l ,
Uur stock now on tin
1,0 "ay, will consist of
about tlie follow in.r
' Louis XIV carve,!. 7 octaves.
' " ''''. mil tentro
40 b7,; and (i ( octav,
Oil Ii, III., OCI.IVe ,
piiici:s i-Ro.M .t-ooTojHon.
full Written Pilar,,,, ..
Piano sold by
- h . i u . in e vei i
sot'lilv c'ei.l,.... ,..l.'
lill rr linan
ensh on lis
JA-lL h '. Hest Foueth St., Chi.
.1'crin Thcs. Ilrirry, Hillsl oro.
J - R. Aur-.
mil n i'i itti .
OLXERAL COMMISSION MFliCllANTS
No1AN,,":A'tns,N F'01 RANOPSOIIUCK,. '
o Zl, Ccjipress St..H.-t f t,.j
I I N ( N M A Tl nm,. 1
PARTICULAR ,ll.ntioi;(;iVP7t()Ui .
1 chase, sale, and forwr,li,? ,.r m...,. J.
generally. Libera ladvunccs made 'on Coniigu-
R KKERFVrKR- r.,l,.... .... .. . ,
lln,.l. r. lerm . v.outa; a
o. Jloyle ; Dcun A ir,.l. . ! .
In,,., I . i, ' iliiuiiis; jjaic 11 V
Langdon, Bankers Ciucii, not i. ivW.i J
ii 0 tO M. S .1 U ver A "i'n
w. .wu.-l-L. ,1111(1 in. V II 1,1,1 olr....
.iiin.ii yon want the cheapest nnd be
I'll. PAINTED WINDOW sihitifo
or Oil Cloth Table Covers. Pedlars and country
dealers supplied on I iborul terms. mnrliiv
S. II. FAKVIN,
NE U'Sl'A I' Kit A Li EN T.
A LSI) Agent for importers and Manufactt. ,
J rers of Perfumery .Sli.tionery, I-'uncy Arti
cles &n. No.bll Fourth St
April ."'l --55 Ciiicinnati.'o
CACI.ET MAXIFACTORY Removed
CABINETMAKER AND UN nERTAKER,
E.ist End of .Main btieet, ncnrl y opposite tho
r win i.u reHpectlully lnl.irm the cilizons
YA cr Iiillsboro and siirroiinding country,
I I that bo had removed h is shop to the nbovo
location, on Fusl Main street, where heis pre
pared to execute, in u ii"otond du ruble style,
ali kinds of work in his line. He hopes to
receive n I i bernl share of the put roniige, , feel
ing .confide n I that from his fac il it ies i n tho bu-
n ess , he w il I be able t o render on tire sat: jfac-
'ion to a 1 1 .
A rJ ""'P1 '"'l"0" P'V" '?
I j "ih"s- Il!,V"'K '""U"-1
W lie w'll attend nil lunerals to
w ries, when desired.
nil orders for
n neat Hearse,
to the cemeto-
GEO. M. ZINK.
LEATHER STORE .
r I 'II 1', stilisc r ibef has ope ued a Leather Stole
I in II i ll-lioi ougli , on .Ma in street, three doors
east of Fullis' corner, where a good supnlvof
l-',ii. tet n mid Western Sol" Leather, French,
Philadelphia and Wei. tern Call and Kip, Mo
rocco's and Linings, HarnesH n ml liridle; togeth
er with a go ne in I s ii p y ol SHOE FIN DINGS,
eh will tie sold I. u i or Cash or Hides.
Cash ut all ti nies paid for 11 ides.
E. E ASTON.
P. S . I w ill sell nil art ir Ies I ii mv li no as lo w
t he same qua! ity can bcbouplit inlheCin-
i n n ii t i market. seiJltf
4 To ns Shoenlierger's bet t Juniata Nails war
ranted, In store and for sale by
March sn, lh.r.5. J. K. MARLAY
Zsuccrngfir to .vni;son t Co.
ry I.MI'OKTEI! Ol' CHINA, GLASS,
AND QUKi:NSWARE, Vholesalo
"No. UJ Main street, threo doors below Third,
opposite Trust Co. Hank,
... . invfiv.r iipr rt
inautiyi iiiuioinii, j.
.1. IV. UOS 1. 1 i ,
a'-'ni i-h(-r- f liUGGIF.S nnd all
V'ii-l-W'. - kinds of CARRIAGE
WOlih of the latest and most approved styles.
All work warranted
O'Soulliwest corncrof bycamoreand Sixth
streets, Cincinnati. uiar20yl
RINGWAI.T. S. B. AVERT
C. RING WALT &, CO.,
I 1 rORTF. R S A N I) 11R A l.F.RS IN
uu B" :in z "ia" a :wr .
Floor UilCloth, India Matting, Window Shade i
end Curtain Drapery.
No .174 , Main street, hot.'lth anu a in sireeia
iny(i) cast aide, Cincinnati
M.irOF I!H:IILAM) COl.VTY.
flMl E undersigned are now preparing to pub-
J lisha.Uapoi ingiiiaiiu lou.ji
No labor or expense will be spared to make
the work valuable and beautiful, und the most
liberal patronage ol the citizens is expected.
ocljdlHam W11.X.1A3IS, I'Uttll tu.
Slovc Stoic and Tiu Suop!
ON HIGH STREET, cast side, ill
Lillev's l'.ricll Block, is now supplied
31,1. ., fresh stock of COOKING
STOVES of tho lat.-sl unci best piitt.-rns, heavy
castings, from the celebrated Hanging Rock
furnace. Also, u genera, ...
I ,-,d Pines. Darker' 1 aieui i- o.oo , ...nps, anu,
il,..i- P nuns of tho hesl puteutg, House bpout-
w ' I .. I. .. - I ... ,. ,.l .1 ... 4 1. ..
Co ,i Ol Will, 'II Will uc ou.u ni .no
' ui, Miiees. anu sai'biacciou wurranieu.--
1 have also n cheap und excellent article of
SHEET IKON SUMMER STOVES,
u hich will do Ihe cook I ,g oi a lauiiiv hi mn
expense iif.u'.ioul 3 cents a duij, ami wllliou
heali ng the
house. Van alio io.'iv " ""
JOHN RECK LEV.
ui.dlPsalc and Kctall jtwhij
Main Street, opposile the Court Home,
a JAC015 SAY LER !. lw;.ya on liai '
0 a large assort ol f VV".cl!H. Jwelr
Yee Notions, Penknives, Perfumery Icy.
,1-c. An. Also aiti.ee... ,.,. .. .. w.y.
" . " . k . .ir..ul unrlii V I' r fill I.
Rooks. .Stationery,, i. ...- j
pi,.,,,,, give me u call und buy cheap ut whole,
Lulo or retail. "liiJ
""" ELI.ICOTT HOUSE,
( Formerly hui'le Jioc"", i
TI CKI It & HI.IUM'. rropiletors.
M 1 I U IIII.I.UORO. O.
THIS IltH's'. ! be :n entirely refitted
liiiico it passed into our liaiuls, aim will
now compare Willi u' """"' " "
,,f the su.i.e class. SSluUing and all arcoiiiino
dailons ample. Nearest house lo the lUtlroad
D.pot. j y 1 U J'