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i ; : 1 1 . i i ?i . report'. tliroU'-h tlio
'armc-r, tli.it Vo li.n Imrii'il hi.
two winters, niul li'is hurt
1 1 1 n .
luiil'ii ni miccchs. J I o is ((into ronu
ilont (I.tiUliis is llirt way to nave tliem
from the effect of mM.
' Small. 'J'i-.i.ki outgrow largo one?,
w'mnt tiik"i! IVo'ii t lie Fiiinn nursery at
t iio witno) (line, anil plumed in mo nunc
Tlin ra-, moi-. r.irc, fr lnrfl tree is
n In intake" Tlio best fl'.io for trnnsplant
iii'.'. is .it two or tliroo years from the
'TiU'lT Tru.rs do better on new vir
f;ia foil llian tlioy tlo citWon soil
that hns Lorn glinted Ik Torn, or on soil
tli.it li.'is boon highly inf.uurt'il. Uc
rtouilicr tliifl if you ?c.t out young trees.
0. J'liriin r.' ,
Nl-AV I'EAfH.- -Mr Adams, of tills
rilv, lias left with us n IA w .i'arlu'H, of n
nrv fii'illing variety, vaisnl hy Mr.
Henry '-mloir, of Zam sviio, 0. They
are voilow-fleslicd, l'rcc stone, ami of a
must luscious llavor, ami arc. now in
their rriuie, when most vnrieti-s nrc-
tone. .Mr. O. is on vious
will ho happy to
touslv. On- G'uz.
in this vieinitv,
Scotch Spot Potatoes.
KniToii Ohio Farmf.ii: About the
Kith of May lat, T pi in'ed on my farm,
three miles' east of Tillin. one potato,
from whic h I vai-ed onk ASH A tt.U.F
I'.rsnvrs of line laVLie l'otatoes, nil fit
f..r table u-e.
is the Seoteh
shape they ar
rd the inM
to in ted on s:i
name ol tins variety
Tliev very much
'ink-I'ye in eolor, but in
rounder, and when eonk
i vel'ow. Thev were
in lv soil. a!il no particular
tfortJ were n:a Jo either in preparing
the soil or in cultivation. i hey were
rathcro'l about September 13th, huving
matured in four months.
Tiffin, O., Oct. 13, 1857.
Seasonable Hints to Fruit Raisers
"We rcL'.v.'.imcnd tho following to tne
attention of fruit-raisers:
The way in which li. L. Tell has his
Newtown Vippiii.s ualhered. is one yreat
reason of his sueeo.-:i nnd high profits
in foreign markets. His men leather
tho tipples by means of honked baskets
suspended in the tree; when filled, the
man comes down and carefully places
two at a time in the two hu.-diel
baskets. To pveveht tho possibility of
Iruisin;.', the.-e arc drawn to the fruit
house on a sled by oxen, and two apple?
only arc taken out at a time till ail arc
carefully deposited on the floor. When
barreled, they are drawn on a sled to
the rier, and carried, not rolled, on
board the steamer: when shipicd for
liiuland, one barrel is hoisted at i: time,
nnd eau.olit on a man's shoulder at the
fdiip, and carried by two men and depos
ited in its place. When aain unloaded
the came care is observed, the barrels
heinp; carried otT on a hand-barrow.
Throughout the whole process the same
care is observed as in carrying a look-in-rrlass.
' Tin's is takiuir. too much
tronlde, by all odds," exclaims some
careless person, who would prefer the
decay of his apples,, and the lots of his
net profits in market, to the pnjatly
dreaded '-trouble" of beinii careful.
lie can have his own choice in the
matter; but it is hardly worth while to
plant or raise trees and then throw away
About Autumn Work in Orchards.
At this senson of the year farmers are
more IVeijuently in their orchards than
at any oilier. .J ud-ing fVoni the replies
made to inquiries as to the condition of
the bark, marks of insect depredations,
etc., we have some occasion to fear that
many regard not the state of the'r trees,
and can cive an account only of the
amount of their produce, even after re
peated visits to their orchards. If
should Leelsewhcre and everywhere
we have found it within the limited cir
cle of our observutian, it w ill be ''('Derail
true that the'.": who give evidence of
having observed and eared for the con
dition of their trees, or have ever taken
any f-pecial pains to put or preserve
tliein in a thrifty state, are themselves
the most thriviti";. industrious and intel
ligent in their several neighborhoods.
,'uieh men will eonerally be found to
among tho not-very-lare cla-s of "very
lucky fellows." at least v.c have
Now, if the "good luck" of these
thriving men, who look well to their
ways, their crops, their trees, and every
thing else about them, should be con
nected in anyway with their more than
usual watchfulness of the state of their
orchards, or their greater than usual
rains tak'ui!? therewith and ''('ond
luck" is so mysterious a matter that
there is no telling, according to some,
what it is dependent upon (r connected
with than the lesj lucky ones might
easily follow the example of their more
lucky and KOmctimes envied neighbors,
at least in this one respect. They
iniviht easily, certainly, nnd without
much of that "trouble" which so many
of them so rroatly dread and detest,
devote a few minutes, when visiting
their orchards to pick fruit, to observe
whether their trees look healthy
thrifty, or otherwise; whether the
IM ron.L'h or Ftnooth, and whether there
are any signs of the presence or depro
dations of iiijuri niH insects. If the la
r-houhl not look clean, bright, and aB
fhould do, or if there are marks of
ectdepredatoris f.f any kind, then
not yet "in luck" may, perhaps, have
chaii'n of fortune, if they will imitate
the more lucky of their brother-tillers
of the soil, and Bcrape and scrub
wash both in Autumn and Spring, or
one of them at least, those trees whose
bark and outward .".ppearancesi do
look quite right. Let them imitate
example of those who have had "good
luck" with their trees for ten, twenty,
mid even l'uty years, and wash
tree with a lye wade of wood ashes,
pota .-.!;. J.vuu young trees will bear
Jy btniig PuuugU to make an egg
but less Btren-th will Millico to
"veriiii'i," a ti (1 make tho baik smooth.
Those w ho nttond to these hints may
cutf'ra v U-.it from "Good Luck,
uj very distant day. "A'.," in
t ij (j ti'liiitun.
O. IT. .'iT.IITII, cf Now ITarkct,
fl. KV t!il method of returning li in si ncere I tin nk to hi nn Microns friends nnd customer
I for I h mstiy favors past, mid hopes liy m t r i . t !t' ill inn n nil inlel i t y t o lie r i In rout i nlinnrr.
cf similar favors, ns well as toitivilo them nt their enrlirsl r oti vc n i n n-, to renin and inspect
his new stork .which is now very full and cnmplr tc .rnmprisi mr almost vr ry variety of
M.iplc atiel I'niirv Vry .'N,
Hats, Cnps, Bonnets, Dress Caps, French, I ', ti j; I i nil nn.l J ' n Embroideries and Inm-
mmgs, 1 nrssnls, Ac, I! rondclo! lis , Cashmeres, Cms i ni't t ft . Cltonades. I. n nml Cotton
Drills. Ready-made Clothing, Moots, Shoes, Quecnsw nrc , Hardware mid Cutlery,
lUMI.ltlliN of Ihc vn v I iiu in:H;lv,
(To those especially who love a cup of good 'I . or Coil'.-e foil well he would sny,
ronin and give hi one triul nnd yon will not be disappointed,) Dm, limits, Window
Glue and fully , Dye Stuffs, mid all of the
iiloil ropnlnr r.ifriif Jl tlu'rsr ,
II . lr ...n ...I r Iron K I U'rnupllt nil C 11 1 N n 1 1 s , a lid n 1 1. I'll s-
.,l,..r 111 i lies ii nn.Tossni v lirrc to imoilion. All of whii i. Im siiivs tin- ( ill'lic he
will si II for th rnuly pny, fully ns low as can lie boiiglit i tli
NowmHrkPt, )., April ldtli, l.'ifi.
N. B. Hiuliost nricps miid for C lover. Timotliv nml Flax
kinds of rroiHirc.
f (In 7.f t te pinnae ropy . n nil cliiii'":
,s A M ' I, M. SMITH.
cds. ' 'i led Fruit, nnd nil
M S.) nplTtf
J list rrrivrd hy
April 'JT. I;,T.
j. k. M:nr.v.
Fallis' ( heap (ash Corner Store.
W00DHOV7, HARRIS & CO.,
IIat and Cup.
Hoofs ami Mioes,
llt'tHl OIimIv C lolliins.
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES.
Our slock embraces ull the newest tlcs of
Fashionable Dress Goods,
FOR THE SEASON.
Bonnets and Ribbons,
Biuck and Coloied KID CI.0YE3. In short
we have every kind of Women's, Misses' and
Children's Gloves, Mills und Hosiery.
Jj'Our Slock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES
Is lure mid conipleto.
ITTlie highent inarliet price, in cash, paid for
When!, Corn & Os.ts
For which the highest market price in cash or
goods will be paid.
We invite our frieni's and the public to rah
aiidexaiiiineourstoc.il before purcliHsine;.
uooniion , ii icici'i a. o.
IIillKboro, May 11, iiiylllf
The Lclrctic ('ollcrze of 3Ifdieinc.
i i v i i, n.
'piIE WiNTun Skssion of lH.',7-s( will com
J- Lnienee on Monday, the Ulh ol October,
and coininue sixteen weeks. A full und thor
ough course of Lectures will be given, occu
pying six or seven hours daily, with ood op
portunities for attention to practical Anatomy,
and w lib ample Cli nical fac ililics ut the, Com
uiercial Hospital. The preliminary course ol
Lectures will commence on Monday, the tlHth
September, nml continue daily until the com
mencement of the re'ulnr Lectures.
The arrangement of the chairs w ill be ns
T. E St. JOHN, M. P.,
Professor of Anatomy and Phvsiolojy.
C. P. LEWIS, M. D'.,
Professor of Chemistry und Pharmacy.
A. J. HOWE, M. P.,
Pr.d'cHsor of Surevry,
C. II. CLEVELAND', ."if P.
Professor of Materia .Medica und Tlier:,putics.
Wm. SHERWOOD, M. D ,
Professor of Medical Practice and Pathology.
J. R. BUCHANAN, M. P.,
Emeritus Professor of Cerebral Physiology und
Institutes of Medicine.
JOHN KING, M. P.,
Professor of Obstetrics and Disease cf Wo
men and Children.
The terms for the Session w ill be the same us
heretofore, viz Vmtriciilalion, $.1.11(1. Tul
lion, Joil.OO. Demonstrator's Ticket, 4.1.0(1
( Every Student is required to encase in ilis-
secliug o lie session helore O rad tiution. ) drad
untiou J,,!1.(l(). Tickets to Commercial Hospi
tal ("optional,) It 1.(10.
The Lecture Rooms are newly finished , neat
and comfortable, and in H central locality (in
Collejre Hull, W alnut Street,) where Htinh-nls
will find it convenient to cull on their urtivul
'Pickets for the seHsiou may lie obtained of
the Utiinvf thr 1'acullu, ut his OlIiee.No. 1 Li
Sinith St , or of Prcf. C . II. Cleveland, Src
rttary tj lite J'licully, No 12!) Seventh St., near
Elm. JOHN KINU, H. U., Viun.
TLe College Journal of Medical
A Monthly Magazine, of H paces, conduc
ted by the Faculty of The Eclectic College
Medicine, Is published at One Dollar a tear,
payable In advance. Ciiiiliuiiuicu'.ions for sub
gcriplion, or fur specimen numbers, should
D C. II. CLEVELAND, Publisher,
I.TJ Seventh Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Fresh Family Groceries.
NO. SUGAR, Prime Kio Coffee.
Old lioveriiiiient Java Collee.
Imperial, Y. H., mid Black Tea;
I'ouud Lump, 5 Pluj(aiid 8 Plug Tobacc.
N. O. Moiusm-s, Rice, Soda, Bulerutus;
Sonp, Indigo, It Isrch, Cliocolalej
Opal, istur mid 'Fallow Caudles,
(J round Pepper, bpke,Ciuiiuinou,C loves, Gi.
All fresh and prime.
Ki,rsule by J. K. MAR LAY.
AT FI.NNKH ,t IVMHIFH,
rou till & wm ui (;oods,
riAIIK Y nr.' "Iieldlnp out." nnd still continue
I to offer to tlirir old riisloniei naud tlio pub
lir pi' iicrnll v pvrrs tiii nij that is
I'vrrv description of lMil'S i:OOIS lor
LADIES, including Silks, ll'I.tiiiii-s. Cusli
niercs, I'lai. Is, Vclveis, -.e ., Shuah. Mantles,
Si arlH, A r. A Ise, Pomr-a irs n nil House Fur
ii i i 1 1 1 tlooiis, of nil er nies.
iiur sinili cf UlMlliS FOR GENTLE
MEN'S W i: A I! will he l.uiiul lariTo nml widl
'-sorted ,i n eluding ('lot lis . Ciissinieri's, Twrrds,
.leans, a ureal vnrie-y of poods for WiNTK.n
WiAR, Hals, Caps, Boots. Siloes, oVc.
Also A t':ue stork of I.AIUE.S' AND
CHII.I'KEN'S SHili:S, of every variety.
In iid.iiti'Oi to the above we have one of the
largest and finest slocks of
llcatfif ,linlc iiotlihiz?
ever hronelit to this in irket. of 1'ie l itest stv'es
and prices, to which wo invite the ulteuliou
of thes" w. inline hirenirs.
Also A fin" si eh cf T. t's, Spie.'i, tind
other Uroci ries. FENNF.U &. liAllil).
lliilsboro. Oct OH. 1.'7. oi t.'.l
Insurance Capital Enlarged.
: l r.
r. vx; w
Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual
OV!E.X3: CAPITA Hi,
AH-OEUTE AND I' MM TA I RED!
viiih ti,.- pr;,,r ,, T,i'r'-:;:,t y,is
Uil'l I'.rp' i ti iir,'.
T. K. Tlrare, Sr
E. A. ISulkcly.
S. S. Ward,
(i. F. Davis.
Samuel Tudor ,
M. A. Tutlle.
II. V.. Tiatl.
C. II. liiainard
1 lu llil .111.
E. O. RIPLEY, rrcsideiit.
T. A. A LEX A NO El! , Vice Pr-sidcnt.
TliOS. R. 111! ACE, Jr.. Sccrctarv.
J. II. ISO.MvT'i', cia-ral Ascnl.
Against tho Dangers of Fire,
PERILS OF INLAT7D NAVIGATION.
At n liberal rules anil rates asiisks assumed
permit nl for solvency and fair profit.
Especial attention paid to insurance of du el-
li:.t;s, farm property, onl-liuildints and eon
lenis. Such Insured for periods of from three
to live years on the in,i, favorable terms.
-,:"" J.i'ssps l-'.i.it i i'aiu.v A lursTFH
AMI '!!' MPTi.Y l'.Mli. J.u.s.-KS P.Ui
If wealth, with a prompt attention ta a legit
imate Insurance business- and the i-.vcnlloii
contracts in cood faith, havo n u inducement
witii the public in H'lerlini; their u nderwri
e refer them flir test of ( m. iiy and our
claims to their patronage, to records of past
services, tenneriiij; t he ir coiitinuauce w ith in-c-reasiniT
ability and l ie ililics in luture.
Jj Choice tiist-i las.) iiid.-mnily may be effect
ed without d.-ljy. w ith ibis well known und
able corporation', w ith I). .MILLER,
oa'"' Aent, lliilsboro.
ill. It. Ol i-,
KLSPECTFULLY announces to
Wl Ladies and Oeuile.i,,.,! of lliilsboro und
vicinity, that he has lately taken the store
....i...., i,i,nih .v i.iiiitrson,
i;;i St. ii fi ir ilunrs S. i,f I lie Wu'iiruw House,
wheru he has now on baud u line stock of
Ladies' 2Jrvs Coods,
Col la i s
G loves. Ilosierv.
iim-s, and in bliort every urlicle of a lady's
Ai.su An nssiirtineiit cf
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear,
ins, Hosiery, Haudker-
oinpriing Collars, ,-
ch iels, G o Veil, e.
In coiiiiictioii with the above .MRS. ORR
will carry on tlm business
M1I.I.II:k V iH.WI'IM iI IKI'Il
in all its various bianclies, and in the most
fasbiiiiiabli' styl" .
The Ladies are respectfully invited (o
and examine our elegant stock now on hand
.M. R. ORR'.
Uillslioro, July 1.1, If-.17. jy'.bmlj
GEO. Y, I51RKLK I', DF.XTIST,
HAS Kl-.ilOV l-.D liis Ollice to Smith's K
.Main sir. et, ono door west of Barre
Work done in the latest Improved methods,
in the bebt stylo and warranted. jaii'JJ
! t It 1 H E HOLIDAYS!
Annuiils, (iilt, Bound in Morocco,
d i Hi-runt sizes ;
.f) dozen Juvenile Books,
A fine assortment of Present Rooks, .'100
Subscriptions for Harper's und Putnam's Mag
azines, .1.(10 per year in advance;
Lady's Book and Harper's new "Weekly Jour
nul of Civilization," for $5 in advance.
A large stock of School and Miscellaneous
For sale ut J. BOWLES'
Tin: ii:i'i.ir oksoinal.
Wholesale and Retail Oyster Depot,
50 Sixth st., -I dotirs West of Wulnut.N.uidu,
TAM receiving fiiin fat, FRESH f
OYSTERS iiihhell.keg mid rnimJ
-supply regulur for I he season, (jual
ity unequalled. Families who liave not
our Oysters, will ti ml something they call
all times rely on, and no exlra ciiurge
Oysters are Heurce; all served alike no
prices. Wholesule dealers will get quantity
nnd quality if thev buy al this establishment.
Orders promptly tilled. Oysters curef ull y
and shipped to where ordered. Fresh
pickled Bint spiced Oysters, Pit klea, Ketchup,
und everything iu thut line, always on hand,
lbs best quulily and ul the lowest possible
Agent for Itow-o &c Co. and Plulte 4c
19 Ik fc
ISIlW I! I,( I'.I V 1 NtJ Ins lull Stork or
Cnoils. niirrliascil l H10 Fnnlcrn Cities,
v.1 i a
wliieli will be loiind tlif Lirgest and mii.it com
plete he has ever oflered.
His Stork einhrnres nil Hi" latrst and
most fashionable styles of Staple and Fanry
Enclisb .French .(ierinan and American
Fl JS H IS. T. " JtlBJ'
11 'I'll E I.A1MF.S will find at his store n 1 1
the new iindheanlilulstylesof Hit ESS liOODS
for Fall mid Winter wear. They Hro cor
dially invited to rnll nnd see far themselves.
Ai so.FAsiuoVAni.r Hats, Cats, ash Honnkth.
A larce a ssor t me n I of .Men'mind Hoy'sconrse
and tine Hoots nnd Shoes, nn extensive iipply
of I, miles anil Misses' Doolsnnil Shoes. Also
Qf F.ENSWAItF., II.MinWAU E.hh.1 CUT
1,1. 1! Y.
And nil other arlicles ti sunlly Inquired for I n
II rWOOE WANTED, for which the high
est tnnrkel price will be paid. octI5
I lour. Com illral,
1UCKVII1'.AT I' 1,01'lt Ahvnyson hand
nl the Fninily Ororery of
decJH J. U. Mt'I.I.F.NIX.
iiiOADvv, cioiii:it ir, 1,17
4' ' '- .
Mltlc Miami & ( oliinibiis A. Xf nia R.R.
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTER IV ROUTE.
I'l'i'Tsiir i;t; .
M A (I A R A FALLS,
TO ALL THfi EASTERN CITIES.
A. M. Lipbluing Express, throiigli to
) Columbus, riltshiirirh nnd Cleveland with
out cliaaee of e irs; ..10 F. M . eveninir Express
III run li to Ilelbiir, w it hon t rhaio'e of curs.
" run: daily trains.
KM! ST l'R A I N C le vela lid. I'ittnhnrrr.Sten -
beiiville and V heel i n (.' Liglitninir Express
leaves Cincinnat i nt ( o'clock A. ill., (or nil
tho Eastern cities. Also, Springfield. This
t rai n sto;.s bet wee n Ci nr i n nut i mid Col n in bus
at Level onl . M arrow , Xeuia and London only .
(SECOND TRAIN. Cleveland Express
Mail, leaves Ciiicinnali ut 10 o'clock A.M.,
for Dunkirk i Ilu ll'ilo. New York, Ilostou,
Wheeling. " i tiumie, I'hi ladelphia and Wash
ington City. This train stops at nil points
between Cincinnati und Columbus.
'I'll 1 1! D TR A I N Accommodation , leaves
Cincinnati at 5 o'clock. 1'. M., forSpriufr
lield and Columbus. Ties Irani in.ikee con-
n.-rt ion w ii li trains for W il mi n jrton , Circle
villi1, Liincaster mil Zaiiesiille. 'I'bis train
slops at all pa ints be we'-n Ci lie in n i. li, Spri nj;
lield nud Iambus.
FOURTH 'l'R A I N Cleveland. Tilts!. urn
and Wheeling nic-ht express, leaves Cinciii
na iat viM o'c ocl, P. M . for the E.isteru cities,
'l'hislrain slops at ali points between Cincin
nati and Columbus.
One train on S u nday at 2.30 P. M., for Co
litmbus. Trains run by Columbus time 7
mi :iu li s luster t ha n I inciioiati.
FOR THi:oi (;iI TICKETS,
A lid nli i nlot niation, at Cincinnati, pleaso np
piy at l ittle Miami and Covincton and Lexinr;
lon olli ; old ollice, Sonili ca-t comer of
Uroailnuv and Front flreets, epposire the
Spe ncer House, or nt the Eastern Depot.
E. F. FULLER, Cennral Acent.
3 "Tin'. Ihi -lilt s Link calls for passengers
at ul I t be principal Hotels for each and eve'ry
train. Py leaving 1 i roc li o its al eit her of the
above oliiers, will call lor passengers in all
parts of the city without fail. octJi
Cigars, Tobacco and SniilF.
OVERS of 7oe Cigars can find them nt all
i iiws a nd of u choice quality ut the 11 Cash
Also, a tine variety of Clu'winer nnd Smok
in(r Tubaero, toelb'T with an exlra article of
Scotch and Muce-abov Snuffs, just received and
for sale by JAMES BROWN, ACent
ju 1 "I For Jos. Kim.Kit.
America ii (riUral liailroad Lino.
.iiAKit;a'iA a!i (i.n,Aii
I -J ti
THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO PAR
KERSI'.riiG, liALTIMORE, WASH
ING l'ON, PHILADELPHIA AND
Only One Change of Cars between Cin
cinnati and Baltimore.
ON mid afl.-r MONDAY, August .11, 1657,
Trains will run as follows:
BALTIMORE ND CINCINNATI EX
PR ESS will lav Cincinnati nt b'.o.l A. M.j
one hour fn r din n "run the slcanicr John H lick
at -.' Ill) P. JM., arrive at Grifton ut S.I I P. M.;
:l) minutes for supper; arrive at Bal ti more at
- .'id A. M. next morning; at Philadelphia ut 1
P. M.. and New York nt 0 P. M.
4 iiillM-oilM1 :iitil llillsltoru Accoiu-
Will leave Cinci iti ut :i..'it) P. M., ftojiping
u t ol I stations. Arrive at lliilsboro ut 0.. 13 P
M., Chillicothe at n.'.M P. .M .
lialluiioi e it nsl ( ni luiiall IV'iKlit
Will l"ave Cincinnati ut 8 P. M., arrivo nl
Scott's Lauding ut 1141 A. M., one hour for
breakfast on the .steamer John Buck. Leave
Parkersbiirg at 'J A. M., arrive ut Grafton at
l.iitl P. M., and at Baltimore at 3.30 A. M.,
'I'be si P. M. train will leave on Sunday, In
stead of Siitu riiay.
Baggage checked through to Baltimore, Phil
adelphia, WiiKhingtoi Ci'.y und New York.
Through tickets ct n b ' ohlnined nt the Coin
pan y's Oflices li ihi r tue Spencer House, No.
:i Burnet House, aul ut the 'Picket Ollice ut
i tiio Liltle M iami D pot .
I Auk f'ir '1'ir.lii'tn via. Marietta.
I GEORGE UARNES, Superinteudeiit.
John l' OGdiT r , General Ticket Agent.
Ciical V1 1 1-1 n iiixl ,oi li Wes
Indianapolis it ( ii;ci;;naii Short Line
J-S' -. -.
llOR ri'.S'P R..U I E
v hi Law rcnee hurg.
I'O IN DI AN APO
10 miles, 7 . M iles I ss to Ciiicaeo
th in the Route ,y Kurresl!
II r'l'he only Route lo Chicago wilhout
break of Guaee or Changfl of Cars!
iiiki i; III.V 11CAIM
Three passenger Irainsleave Ciiiciiinati, fool
of I'roul and M ill streets, daily, (S uuduys ex
cepted,) a. i follows:
FIRST TRAIN. 0:00 A. M.
Chicago Exi'kkhs Through to Chicago
wilhiMitchiinge of cars. Arrives ut Indianap
olis ut 10 .111 A. M.; Lafayette aty.15 P.
Chicago ut h:.i0 P. M.j Rock Island at 7:110
AL; Iowa City nt 111:!!!) A. M.f Burlington
7;:t0 A. M.; Galena at 10.4) A. .M., and Mil
waukee nt I J l II P. M.
SECOND TRAIN, 2 M) P. M.
CincAfio K.vi'HKss. A rrives in Indianapolis
at 7. .10 P.M.; Lalayetle ht 11.40, P. M., Chi
cago ut st.OO A . M.; Rock Isluud ut 5.00 P.
Iowa Cily at H.00 P. M .; Biirlinglon ut ti.OO
M.; (jaleiiaut Mill P. M., Milwaukee ut
P. M ,Terre Haute at 1.50 A. M.
THIRD TRAIN. 5.50 P. M.
LMiiiASAfoi.is Nmiir F.xpskss. Arrives
Indianapolis at 1 .'M A. M ., and connects
the Lafayette and Terra Haute Trains early
me next morning, lor all points West.
good until umd, to be had al the Company's
Ollice, under the Spencer House, Cornur
lirouilway und I' rout, where all uecessury
can be hud. J. iO. GIBHONS,
Also, corner Front and Broadway, opposite
the Spencer House. Fi. F. FULLER,
General Ticket Agent.
No S Burnet House, aud 177 Gibson House,
Front Poor. Ollice hours from 4 A. M . to
P. M. W. II L. NOI1LE,
General Ticket Agent I. & C. R. R.
Freight goinu West, and consigned lo J.
Gibbous, 'Picket Ajjout, will be promptly
and no chure fur com mission.
- Freight taken us cheap, and from 12 to
hours in advance of ull olherroiites.
W. W. ME It KILL,
sepIO I'felfc III Agenl.
Or. A. ltAUi:it,
ri'.CTI ri.I.Y Informs h is friends nnd
he public penerally, I hat lie has removed
bis ollice and re.iideiir.n lo the North sl.ie nf
Will 11 11 1 at reel , second door east ot ElliaV, cor
ner, nnd n lew doors west of H. Hnrrere k i si
deuce, and will at tend promptly to nil prcf. s
sional falls, us heretofore. nov'7
K . H0I.MFS, IH .
w. w. 1101 rs, M .
1101. rti i;s.
nAVTNt; permntieiitly locnted in lliilsboro
fortba iiurpnsA of pr.'icticlnir iMediclne.
Surgery, Ac, hope to merit a shnre of public
Ollire Prnjr Store, Main st. opposite Court
N. B. Night calls promptly nttended to at
am. timfr. novbyl
J. i:. hill,
has a lurfje, and genernl assortment of
iOOK. 1MKL0K M) $1101
f ' rnr jT'r 'no r -n
FOfl WOOD OR COAL
which he is sellini? for
SMALLER PROMTS THAN EVER BE
oeMli I'll I! E !
r. & .i. iMicsni,
Prnlrrt hi Furriin nnrl Amrriran
K. side Iliirh st bet. Alain nnd Wal't,
111 I.Ij.-sisuiui, I .
on ii in e 11 h . nnd nil kinds of
stone w ork f urnislied ut short
( Ireier s solicited and prompt
ly altemii'd to. iiplllly
r ) "' . Tombsi
i - notice.
L. IYrin, Cincinnati. Thos. Barry, lliilsboro
i.Vdi ?i rcitn a in.,.
G EX A I.COV M ISSIOX M KKCIAXrS
ami iiKi.cns in ri.oi n ein rsoDi i-K,
No 21, ConrrreBS St., East of Broad wny
T)ARTICULAR intention ".iven to the iur-
chase, sale, and forward
r oi Merc hi
C-iierully . Liberal mivanrcs made un Con- I
!,:,r,,v0.r !..... r... .. ... c
' v nr, i t i iii v. tiiiiii ;
i" I', I'liiii tv ii a t a i err in ins : i lut r i .
I ,:i 11(1 on, H, inkers C hirin n;i! i. jyJDin:!
Just received ut the did Stand of
mii Mici-t, soniii if wtiiiiiit,
IIIIIMHM Ollll. Ohio.
"'"J E A I'll E ASSORTMENT
"TOF FURNITURE, consisiin;;, i:
...k lia oi
Dress and Common Bureaus:
Bedsteads of all the various patterns ;
Safes, Loiiiipvs, Maitrass.-N, Cribs, c;
Breakfast, Dinine;, Card and Centre Tables;
Wash and Candle Stands;
Cano Seat, Wimlsjor nnd Splint-Bottom
Chairs, loevihcr with nil other article usiuilly
kept in Furniture Ware Roums.
Tho undervirn,., ,.IS on K1JII assortment ol
Metallic Burial Cases,
of the best style. He is also piepared to fur
nish, on shoit notice, any style of WOOD
COFFIN that may be preferred, of the best
A Hi: A R S F.
Alwi ys in readiness, ho will attend Fun -rals
when desi red.
The fact t hal the n ndersi'iied has had over
thirty jears' experience in this business, is
perhapr, a snllicient giiuruntv lo the public,
without further words, thai all cull upon him
will be properly nllemled to.
I) i3II.M:ii .V so,.
Wholesale & Retail Grocers,
High St., Two durt Xorlh nflhr. Denny Hon sr.
li 1 1. 1. ssnroui.it , onto.
LARGKSTOCK ALWAYSON HAND
IL Callandsee. " feb'-iH
TO UILLSI50RO ilILUdlAVTS,
iiie onirics ituviii ti:a.
THE subscribers having ununiuil facilitii.
for luiying Teas from first HAis,tire prepal
Oil tO He I 1(1 M I KCH NTH lit N tlV YollK I'ltlCKS
adding cosi of transportation.
N. li. Sulislarl ion guaranteed in till cases.
MOORE & CHESTER,
S. E. Corner of .'l!i mid YVuluut sis., Chi.
mar i tf
3VT. JE-i WYER cJ CO.J
No. fc College Building, Wulnut HI.,
II la St. lliilsboro,
lnor Locks and Latches!
nORlZONTAL Locks, Durk 'J'riinniings,
from I '4 to :i in.
Rim Locks, Tumbler, Porceluln Knobs, l1 to
Rim Locks, Lever " " Tinted;
Upright Locks, white Knobs, No. 1 1 , Li and I
" niinerul " No. 7,'J, I I, 12, 14,
Janus-Faced Latches, Pore, und .Miu'al knobs;
C.upb'd Lock Liilcbes, ' "
Mineral Knohed Drop Latches;
Iron " " and Thu'b Drop Lu'es;
Gipsy Locks, Mineral Knobs;
Night Locks and Dead Locks;
With u great variety of Chest, Till, Cup
board, 'I'm nk and Box Locks, oil ion und Bruss.
Just received and fur sale by
iipllli J. K. MAR LAY.
VERY largo assortment ,. best Globe Iron
of Tennessee Bloom, assorted;
Bar Iron of all sizes usually culled fur;
Round, from to 2 inches;
Square, from i.j to 3 "
Hand of every width and thickness;
Swede Nail Rod II . S . Doll hie mid S ingle.
Oval and .'. Round, assorted sizes;
Slab Iron', Slab Steel, Steel Wings;
Spring Steel, Hoe Iron, &(;., Jto.
Just received by J. K. MARLAY.
last Steel Au-rers.
C1AST Steel Augers ill Setts, with Pat.
Cast Steel Augers, in Setts, without Handles;
" " Socket F irmer Chisels.
For sale by J. K. MARLAY.
rianes, Flanc Irons, &c.
J'UST received from the "Ohio Tool Compu
ny" a lurgeassurtiiient of their best Plums
which I willsell ut their List 1 rices:
Double und Single Smooth Planet;
' " " " i'xlra;
Double and Single Jack Planes;
..ii i Extra;
Double and Single Fore Planes;
" ii " F.xlru;
Douhlo ii nd Single Jointers;
Raising Planes, ussorted sizes;
Match Flooriugaiid Ceiling Plnncs;
Rosewood und Boxwood Panel Pluiies, (H'dl's
Hollows and Rounds;
Self-Regii luting Sush Pluuesj
Rabbit Planes, Cut and Thrust (Eox)
Bend Planes, Fillisters;
Slitting and Marking Guagea;
Saw, File, Chlsol, Brad uwiaud Iluimner Hand
les; Willi ull the different kinds tf Planes
Tools usually culled lor, of lb lest quality
For sale by J. K. MARLAY.
Ilobcrt IIor;ca Cc Co.,
Wholesale (iroccrs and toninilsMnii
Cornrr rtf I'rnnt nvit Jhiin Strrrtg,
j TAVF. on bund nnd nllar for sale
I I dim Ilb.ls SuKar;
1000 Hi Is. Mobu ses;
ltKll) Be irs Rio, Java, Mochn nnd I.ngunni
:i()0 Hf. Ch. fresh Y. II., Imp'l. (J. T. nnd
i.(it) Hils. Nos. 1, D, nnd 3 Mnckerelj
,r,l) Drums Codfish ;
Ifllb) Kees Assorted Nails:
llltm Hi Ih. Tar, Pilch nml Rosin;
2110 Bales Oakum;
HID Kei's Assorted Shot;
Together with n full nnd larjro tissorliiient
of nil kinds of Orooorics lisunlly kept by the
tiade, w hich we oll'er nt tho lowest prices nf
the market. We nlso solicit consljrniiients in
rrodiire.nnd will attend promptly lo forwnrd
Iiiit goods. iniir.'niiH
U I X i; T ill A I F A i: TO i: V ll c m o vf (11
1iV.it. HI. ZIMi,
CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER,
East End of Main Street, nearly opposite the
C WOULD respectfully inform llio rill
i ''n f ,,illfi,""'ol,ll,lsurrou ndiiifr con n
l Iry.tliathe litis removed Ii ih shop to
tho nbove location, on East IMain street,
where lie is prepared to execute, in n neat
mid durable style, all kinds of work 111 his
line, ne Hopes to receive n lilieml share of
I tin palronaee, leelinir confide nt that from his
facilities 111 the biniiiess, ho will ho ublo to
re nder entire sat is fac' ion to nil.
TTNDTTri TAICIrjc: .
I rompt at lention piven to all orders for
Collins. liuvinj: piirchnsed il neat Ileurse.
he w ill attend nil funerals to tho cemete
ries, w hen desired.
janll'lf CEO. M. ZINIC
Wholesale and Kotall Jewelry Ls-
Main Street, opposllo i,e Court House
Hi llshoro . Ohio . '
VK J;AC0IJSAVLER hasahvnyson ,v '
I'lt'Ce nssortment of Watches Je 'P
Yankee Notions, Penknives, Perfumery, Toy,
lt,,I- sji .i,- , "tin School
, , c. in B
Pl'.''''f,''E'Veiiicu call and t
- 4 , .: i
: ' "'.V "" v.-irieiy. rlein s.
") cheap nt whole.
,., Formerly Eale Hotel,)
lmF"& l!f',nT. IMonrielors.
I HIS IJOL'S'.; has been entirely refilled
since It passed into our bunds, and will
novv compare will, I he best houses in the State
of the same class. Stablinj; and nil ncrommo-'
"nous ample. Ncarctl house to the
rjMI E subscriber lias opened n Lent lie rS t "re
1 in Hillsborourrb, on Alain street, three
doors east of Full, comer, where n pood
supply of Eastern and Western Sole Leather.
French, Phil adclph in nnd Wenlern Calf mid'
Kip, .Morocco's and Lining, Harness and
l.rmle; tceelher Willi n Rene nil supply of
SHOE MN DINGS, which will be sold low
Tor Cash or Hides. Cash ut all li,,,,., pui,
fortuities. i;. 1 ASTON .
P. S . I will sell all inlicles in my linn ns
iou as i lie same (pial tly can be boll;
lloMJiiiciiinul i market. ,.'
. - 1 1 r
.i. &. .i. iii Ail 1 1: it,
S.VS5I, DOOIf AM) l!LIM FACTORY,
nplOyl IHI. LSHORO' OHIO
tlKAI.KIl IN A I.I. KIMlSOr
II AIM) WAKE,
Z3 a.' j rn" jr no nc Ar
Coiinfh ok Main and Shout lirnrKis, oppositi-
THK .Lt.lCOTT IlOUSK, HlLI.SUORO, O.
. I'liiY !
itw Jewelry Store,
ROBERT R. WADDELL,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
Main Street, ( n Criim 's R lock )
HAVING pu rcluised tho interesli"?
J.H.Neely inthe Watclimak-'
iug nnd Jewelry establ ishiueii I of WmhiVl KV
Neely, will continue business ut the old stand
on Jliiin street opposite the Court House
where ho respectfully invites customers
call and examine his stock on band. All kinds
of repairing done itt short notice und in the
best style. ROBT. R. WADDELL.
E. & W. W. HOLMES,
(Successors to King & Co.)
MAIN ST. OPPOSITE THE COURT
HOUSE, IIILI.SIiORo, o
MMIE SURSCRIUEKS having purchased the
1 stock of Drugs. Medicines i.e., belonging
to the late firm of King oV Co. .and made huge
additions thereto, respectfully solicit a shure ol
Our stock of Glassware, Dry mid Mixed
Paints. Oils, Burning Fluid, Die Stud's, Per
fumerits. Soaps, Window i:ss and Putty,
Brushes und Funcy Arlicles, will be found
large and selected, and our prices us low
those of any oilier house.
We shall pay particular attention to keeping
vein: axu lmcsii mwwixLs,
mid compounding Prescriptions.
llj Orders from tlio country solicited nnd
promptly attended to. novtiyl
Large Stock of Carriages, Rocka
ways, Buggies, &c,
On Hand ut r.strivivhi Lain Viqures'
rn;;W JACOB ! IDLER would an
"""'re to the public, thut he bus
now the sole ein.lrnl n-l.. -'...
.....,v, v. .....
riage Manufactory , witli which ho lias hereto
fore been connected us u purluer and bus
hand a fine lot of C A R R I AG E.S, ROCK A
WAYS, BUGGIES, &c., which he flutter
himself, have never been surpassed
workmanship, beuuly or style, by any ever
manufactured or ollered lu this iiiurket, and
he asserts positively , that he is disposing
them ut lower prices than the same quality
was ever sold for in ibis purt of the country
WTTlie Miiniifuclitrinff Department is still
carried ti ii in all i I h handles, and orders
so I ici ten and will be p r oin p I a 1 1( nded I o.
a k. n oh" n bk a m.' r j
Done on short notice, In the In st manner
at nioderute prices. JACOB I' IDLIOR.
fl.if'Tlie books and uccouuts of the late firm,
ure ill the hit nils of t hu subscri ber for settle
ment, and nil knowing themselves indebted
suld firm, are respect fully requested lo cull.ind
settle. J. P.
Nov. 17, 18.15. nov22tf
0 1 H A VF; just received u tine stock f-
of Hals and Cups, for tho Hpring k-
trade, consisli iig of fine Flexible Silk Hats,
Soft Huts of the latest Styles. Also, Brui'p
Straw, Panama und Pulm Huts.
Call und examine. I. VANPELT.
f)l l'i:itlOII KTOCIC OP
JOSEPH II. MULLENIX'S.
QUOAIIS New Orleuns, Crushed, Pulver
O l.ed and Clarified.
MOLASSES Golden Syrup, Kugur House
und New Orleans in Barrels and null Uurreis.
Collee und 'Peas, best articles.
Hpices of ull kinds, Hudu, Rice, Candles,
Ruisius, Candies, Lemons, Oranges;
FISH In Barrels and Kills.
WOODEN WARE Wood Suws, Tubs,
Buckets, Churns, Baskets, and every other
usually kept in a well regulated Grocery
Store. All of which will be sold remarkably
! low for cash or Country Produce.
1 ,ol0 J. II. MULI.EN1X.
sjr.r.h mo i? Lu ri.oivs!
sv.v i:x i ii si'.ri.ou' i ti xonv
(7, ' CONIINUE Hie ninniifnc.
turn ol their celebrated Hteel
.-,. BI(, ('s, M nil, I'lnws.nt tba
old win ml , on Seventh st., 1 door west of Mnin,
Cincinua'.l. A peneral nssortment ol l'lows
of nil kinds, nnd Steel Mould Bi.nrds, nil of
which nr warranted to perform well, or re
turnable. D. Mit.i.KR . Son, lliilsboro, nnd J. Wbkiht,
reeiiiield, nro Agents lor the snlo of our
Xotico lo All rnnrrrnod.
A LL PERSONS INDEiriKD lo pr. F
, M. MF.iv.lato of Danville, II irrl.lnitd co .
Ohio, are hereby notified that tl.ir Ntp, and
Aeco.inl, hsve been pleP, ,he ,miR0f w.
W Meacl,n.,l. K,l., PnvillB, w, du
nuthnrized to collect llio same. 7
j"iy,f F M. METZ
I'ninls, Oils, cVc.
wiiiti: t.vxtt v jrixc
( npsil. o:i I.. . .Ijii,,,,, vriiisi..
( AN A Nil TI' H K I'AINTS
Paint, Varnish, Fitch nnd Sanh Brushes
!.. A1I MM) '
a sirimon UIIAI.ITV
, top-ether will,
grcatrnriiti, or fresh nnd rrood
111(1 Ulld for sale low Ion n..,, I...
JAM ES BROWN , Agent
!"J1 ror Josprii Kinmr..
Slore Slore and Tin Shop!
.A I'11 '' '""rick Block, is now supplier!
5'i-Nvr'i r? (r,"h 8""'k 0f COOKING
S I OV ES nftlie latest nnd best natter,,. I
castings, from tho celebrated HunciI1(r ock
furnace. A Iso , n penernl assortment of
ra J' mm. jarr
Lead Pipes, Barker's Patent Korce Puinpss.iJ
other 1 unips of the lies, pn.enls, House Sp'oi -,,.g,ivc.,ll
of which will be sold nt the low
est cash prices nl sul'slncim,, warrntr,-
I have also n cheap and ercell,.,,! nrticle nf
which willdothecooking of , family '
' 1 ' c n.i a 'iinj, nnd wilhon
bcati.igtlieliouse. Callandlook ntthem
. "''h. JOHN RECK LEY.
a r r I a
aouintdeScvrntl, Ut.. bet. Main onrflV.Zn'
1 Tl- 'ittention of personsvisitini;
the city, to their assort men t oft'nr
l i:iK's, which comprises the larqt.tcol.
li'rliun in il., ..;t.. i . ,
w '"ji uou minuBi every va
riety o f I at e s t y le .
Our prices are as low its (he same quality
o I work else where, a nd ou r rupu la'ion well
Alsoon haml.R nuiiiher of secondhand
Cnrrniges.soine butlittle woin , which w
will sell at very low prices. fmarlGy
A I B lll'ie I.A lUi V, KUCEII'T
Hardware and Cutlerv.
C. IlILLER & SONS,
V IT TT. . .......
I ii. .ii i, i, is now opening up the
, , largest nssoilment of Hardware and Cut
lery he ever ollered in this market, consistinc,
I II 1 1 I I I ( ) I
j SA WS Tciinnt, Compass, Punnel, rrun-
ing a nd Hand.
PLAN I.S Hand Plows, Ceiling-Mntch,
i side Rabbit, Handle Ceiling, Table Ceiling,
Double Box Lead, Moulding Sash, Phillister,
. i r.-w i m roovi ii g, Maniling Grooves, Doll,
hie Smoothing, Doub. and Single Four, Doub.
and Sing. Jack, nnd Plane Bitls.
Chisels Socket, Firmer und Corner.
Spirit Levels, Ilaiid-Axes, Foot Adzes;
Augers, nssnrtcil, Hatchets;
Drnwing-Knivus, Braces and Bitts;
Narrow-Butts und Screws,
Guiigcs, assorted, 'Prying Squares;
Me lyards, Screw Drivers,
Monkey Wrenches, Pad Locks. Axes.
Strap Hinges, Cute Hinges, Coffee Mill
Spittoons, Currycombs, Curds and Brushes;
Brass Kettles, nss'd sizes, Haiiies;
ns I race, Halter, Hrenst und Dog;
:, nss'd, Tea Canisters, Pepper Boxes;
ic Banks. Pin Plates, Waffle Irons;
ticle I.limns Trace, Halter, Breast und Dog;
r i ics, nss ii
A splendid slock of nss'd Nulls nnd Tacks-
. , ..nutria, 7 jtiurs ;
Manure und liny Forks, Rut Traps,
Whips, Ox Lashes, Buck, do , '
Frying Pans. Carriage Bolts, Looking Glasses
In the line of Cutlery, he lius a huge assort-
f 'I'nl'l" Cutlery, Pocket, Pen and
Pruning Knives, Sheep Shears, Scissors.
Billion II olc Cutlers, Mince Knives, &c., AVc.
The public are respectfully invited to 'call".
am: gel bargains, us 1 have determined in ir.,
them. J OS. 11. M J I. .V. M I Y
Boston Cheap Store!
HE subscriber has just opened an entir
new and well selected Stock of Goods in
Boston, Highland co., Ohio. He nrounsr in
sell as low as the same quality of goods cun
ne iiougni in any inarKt-iiii the West, Hillg.
boro not excepted.
II is stock consists in part of a good assort.
Ladies' Dress Goods.
such ns Bernges, Brazes DeLuines, DeBnzei,
Chumbrays, F rench and Domestic Ginghams,
Jackouels, Cuinbrirs, Sw i. srs, & c. A c.
Also, u great variety of Punts. Veils. Col
lars. Ha n dk ere hie Is, und Capes, Shu wis, Hosie
ry, Gloves niul Mills in variety. A good as
sortment of Summer w car for Men and Boys;
Cuss iine res, Casli me rets, Sutir.e (guild Cussiucta
Also, a good stocli ol
limit il iTlaftc Clothing-
for Men and Boys.
Ladies', M isses', Childrens' und Boys' Boots
Umbrellas and Parasols;
Hardware of good quality;
Qiieenswnre and Glasswure assorted;
A greul variety of Wooden Ware, Tin War,
Slonennd Red Ware.
Also A largo stock of GROCERIES,
wholesule and retuil, and n good assortment of
iti i; Bin ir:s,
such as Liniments, Oils, Pills, Dulsams, Es
sences, Vermifuges, Hair Oils, Perfumeries, &e.
Ills Lady husulso a large Stock of BON
NETS of latest styles, nnd all kinds of Bon
net Trimmings, and is at ull times prepared lo
trim Bonnets or do nny kind of millinery work
in tlie best style und on shortest notice.
ILTMost kinds ofCOUNIUY PRODUC
taken in cxebunge for goods.
J j-WOOL VVAN'PED for which tliohlch-
esj market prices will be paid.
juijmii- jnvwj luiiaiiDr.LU.
Iiupoi taut Announcement,
f I 'O ull persons it 111 ic ted with Sex mi I Diseases,
I such as Sjitrmuturrhira, Seminal Wralrnr$t,
Inijiuti ncr , Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vic
of Onanism, or Self -Abuse, &c, &c.
The Jlutrard Association , in view of the aw
ful destruction of hu mini life, caused by Sex
ual diseases, anil the deceptions practiced upon
the ti nfortu niite victims of such diseases by
Quacks, have directed iheir Consulting Sur
geon uh a Charitable Act worthy of their name,
lo give Medical Adcice Oralis, to all person
thus ulllicted, w ho apply by letter, with a de
scription ol their condition, (ajje, occupation.
habits of llie, Ac.,) und III cases ol exirem
poverty and suffering, to furnish Medicine Frit
The Howurd Association is a benevolent In
stitution, eslunllslied by special enuowmeni,
for llie reliel ol the sick and distressed, ulllic- ,
ted Willi "Virulent and Epidemic Diseases."-
It lias now a surplus of means, which Ih Di
rectors have voted lo expend ill advertising the
above notice. 1 1 is needless lo add Ibut th
Assi.ciution commands the highest Medical
skill of the uge, and will furuisli 111 most ap
proved modern treutineiit.
Just Published, by the Association, a Re
pott on Speriiiutoi rbu-u, or Seminal Weakness,
llie Vice of Onanism, Musturbution or Keif.
Abuse, and other Diseases of the Sexual Or
gans, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will
be sent by mail, (in u s.iuled envelope,) Fret of
Charge, ou tho receipt of tiro stamps for po
tuge. Address, Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUN, Con
sultiui; Surgeon, Howard Assoclutlon, No. 3
South NINTH Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Uy
order of the Directors.
EZRA 1). HEARTWELL, Vtes'i
Cr.n.. I aihchilI!, Setfy. feblfyi