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ALLEN MOORM ESTATE. NOTICE It Urby (I'm lb I h been appuiated Jfcutor of the lt I f .dllpu Moor, deceased. Tho hiriug claim, against Bald nun will prnl than within on 7 Mr, ad the lndltd will mik pevmen', JONATHAN Uuokk. irch, 4, ' It. Biweutar. SHERIFF S BALE. Url 'IbmM ) T(. V Order to Mil Aa. )?ld MM l tl. ) BT virtu of n order to Mil bwnl oal of ih Court of Cominoo PIM of Carroll oouo Ij, Ohio, end to m directed I will offer for Ml at the door of tb Court IIoum iu Car rolltoo ou Tuesday, the (MA day of April, 1 358 between the hour of M o'clock A. M. and o'clock P. at. of aaid da? tb following dM eribad real estate to wil; Tb weat halt A the North Kael quarter, ol section twenty eight, (J) of township sixteen, (16) and of range an, () of the lead auhject to aal at Steuben eill, Ohio. Subject to (he Z)ower Ut ol Klieabwth Sinamooa. Terms: Oo third cash on d7 of tale, the balance in two equal anuu al payments, with interest secured b7 mort C age on the premiaea. EDWIN FEKRALL, march, 4,'18-td. pr. f. $1,00. Sheriff. 11. whit-mom. i J obo. j. oorr 0. o. woLrr. J j tbo h. labs Whitmore. Wolff. Duff & Co (Sign of the Anvil.) IMPORTERS AND DIALERS IB HARDWARE, No. 60 Wood Street, 3 doori abovi St. CharUt Hotel, PITTSB URG B, PA. Saddler? Hardware, Blacksmiths' Tools. Car 8 enters' Tools, Guns and Gun Trimmings, ouse Trimmings, Ilenry Disston's Saws, Win. Mann's Axes, Speucar' Files, Wosteuholui'a Cutlery, Agricultural Implements, Ac. mart 58 3iu. p. ORCGU. I.lAfLUK. JAM UAFFBRTT D GREGG & CO. Importers and Wholesale Dea ert in BRITISH, FRENCH, OEKMAM AND AMKKICAN Dry Goods and Varieties, Clockt, Watches, Jewelry, and Fancy Goodt Centrally, No. 99 Woo, I'lrrSliURGH, PA FRESH ARRIVAL or Bprjng oobff. Our stock consUis in part f Broadcloth, ptssimeirM, satinctta. summer pant PtulN, fancy vesting", alpaccas, Iti-h linens ladies' dress good', bonnet. cap and tnantua ribbons; hosier? ol all kind; fTmbrel'as and parasols, flannels, primal a large assortment of brown and bleach ad mti.-Lus; ginghams, laces and edgiug-t, brown and bleached table cloths, patent threads, spool cottons, palm lenf hats, combs, a large assort ment; ?iulins and acemdiaus, cu'lirv, direct from Sheffield; g ild and silver watches, clr ks of all kind', gull and silver spectacles, n,l I vest and fob clinine, ladies' and gents' gold p n 1 oocketbooka and port monies, raaors and scis sors, watch glasses and mate: i J pistols and powder flreks, c!o'.n and hair brushes, all of which will be sold for CASH or on the usual credit of good men, as our facilities for sel ing goods CIIKaI ca'inot be surpassed, we ear nest!? solicit an examination of our stock be fore purchasing elsewhere, mart 68 6m 3xsou. t. A. WlLSdK. WM PAIM. J W.CARR WILSON. PAYNE t- CO., (Successors to Wilson Ghilds Go. and D. C Shacklclt A Co.) WUOLESALt DEALERS IN wm J' ITT SB URGH, P A. At their New and Spacious Store, NO. U4 WOOD STREET, will be prepared fiom the Oth iitsi. to the end of the season to offer to the old customers of the above house, and to Ih trade generally, the most complete and at tractive stock of Dry Goods aud Small Wares rer exhibited in this market. Pittsburgh, March 4, 1858. 2m SCOTTHOtSE, COR. IRWIN-ST. DTJQtTRSN B W AT, PITTSBURGH, PA B. D. Marker, Proprietor. DUFF'S 00ILEGE. Oct. 3d and Market Streets, Pittsburgh. ESTABLISHED in 1840, Incorporated by the Legislature of Peussy Ivania. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. HI Excellency the Hon. JAMES Bl'CliAN AN, President of the United States. Hon. Jud ;e Wilkina, Hon. Charles Naylor, Hon. Judge Hampton, Gen. J. K.Morehead, Hod. Judge Lowrie. P. Duff, (author of Duff's Book keeping,) President, with a superintendent and five as sistant teachers and lecturers, J.' S. Duncan, one of the best penmen in the ountry, (author of the gems of business snd ornamental penmanship,) Professor of Pen manship. .fluffs system of Book keeping is sanctioned by the American Institute and Chamber ol v'omnierce of New York, and many of the leading business men of the East and Weat,as the most comprehensive and practical systems of accounts now in use, and after from ten to llteen years practical application of its prin ciple to business, over four hundred students have attested its sapcriority, (circular I'd) AH the arrangements for leaching being per. Tected by near twenty years' experience of the principle, students graduate in about half the time required in other colleges, saving $15 or $10 in board. Upwards of 4000 students have entered the institution since rounded. To obtain full par ticulars of the collegiate training for businnss and the character ol the institution, send for Its pamphlet circular of fifty pages, with ssm pls of Mi. Duncan's writing which are mailed free. DUFF'S BOOK-KEEPING, harper's new enlarged edition. Price l,f0, postage 20cts. DUFF'S STEAMBOAT BOOK KEEPING. Pries tl; postage 9 cents. Duncans .Business and Crnamontal Pen manship, Crown quarto, $6,00, mailed post paid. This splendid work and Puff's Book keeping, have recently been awarded FIF TEEN FIRST PREMIUM SILVER MEDALS AND DiPLOMAS, attesting the fact that their being the best treatises upon these subjects pow in uee. An elegantly bound cop7 of Qnnmu'i Pen manship is presented to eveiy student who herealter gtaduales in the institution. Duncan's Cop? Books, complete jn six num bers, 24 quarto pagej each, on'fine Demy pa per, with the author's directions for teaching, the most thorough system for school instruc tion published, lijc. per number, with a lib eral discount to the trade, postage 17 cts., ou application to the publishers, W. G.' Johnston A Co., Pi t-hn gli. tVCall aud see Mr. Duican perform with the pen. February, 25, 1848-lr. RAGS! RAGS!! RAGS!!! Bring thorn along and get in exchange nice, cheap WALL PAPER at BAXTER k CO Sew Dsu 9mm. HeYRG TIMES MADE EASY!! Xouj ta Jlout Cimc TO GET RICH. W. S. Hodge IS OFFERING Greater Inducements An. if Yon Wish to Save Money ? 4 o Q O W e 2 'u u 5 B REMEMBER THAT ROD fil HAS Never Been Undersold! AND THAT HE NEVER CAN BE, A.XD IN ORDER To Maki Room fob tbb Richest Stook OF UOOD3 Thut hue ever been brought to this tounly HE WILL SELL HIS KNTIRI STOCK Of RIADIAIADE CLOTHING ALPACAS, CODURG8, DeLAINES, WOOLEN SHAWLS, BONNETS, HATS, CAP& NOTIONS. WOOLEN COMFORTS HARuWARE, QUEENSWARE, TIN WARE, kC, &C, JtC, FOR READY PAY, At Prices that havkivbr bbbx Av- PrVHCABp IH THIS VlClBJTT. Lcl the People Understand that HODGE'S STORE It one of the ESTABLISHED INSTITUTIONS OF UlKOIif, COI WTV, THE CROAKING8 OF THE ENVIOUS TO THE CONTRARY NOTWITHSTANDISQ. BOLD YOUR HORSES. Fsbrunrv lith, 1858. UOERHAVE'S IHUIVI BITTERS TUB CKIBItATICU IKjLLANO BBwBdT FOB DISESK OF THE UMBHsj LIVER COMPLAINT, W1AKVBM Off ANV KIXD, FEVER AND ACiiF ind tii varions affections consequent upon a aisoraered ST O MA C II OR LIVER Rurhas Indiareatinn. JrA Colickv Paihrv Ilrtbui n m-j nf A fi'mf it. Despondency, CoativeneKi, Blind and lileedinr ruea. m an tt?ou, Rheumatic, and Neu ralgic Affertions, it has in numerous inatancn proved highly beoe&cial, aud iu others BVc d a HfiHo,t p,,.n This is a nttrtf VfC.-Blfda pntnnni,,, BHMfe. r ' -n - -- v,r- parcd on atriotlv scientific principles, afier the miiiiiirui iu? ceiearaieu noiuml rrolesor, Doernave. yecau of u great aucceas in most of the European States, its introduction into tne 1 nuea sistes was intended more es pecially for those of our fatheiUnd scattered here and there over the face of this mighty country. iTeetiDg with g-cat success among meni, 1 now ontT 11 to the American public, knowing that ita' truly wonderful medical vir tues must be acknovledcd. It is particularly recommended to those neiann wlinsi miiiiiiiitinn mB 1. .... impaired by tire continuous use of ardent spirits, or orther forms of dioipation. Ocner ally instantaneous in effect, it finds its wav dl rectl7 to the aeat of life, thrilling and quicken ing every nerve, rai-ing up tho d-ooping spir it, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor in the system. NOTICE Whoever eipect lo find this a beverage will hediaapp inted; but to the sick weak and low spirited, it will prove a greutfii! aromatic cordial, poi-sesscd of singular reuie dial properties. CA UTION! The great populnitv of this delightful Aro ma has induced many imiutitns, which the piblit should guard purchasing. Be uot per auaded to buy anything else until jou have given Boorhave's Uolland Bitters a fair trial One bottle wfjl convince you how iutiuilely superior it is to all these imitations. HTSold at $1,00 per bottle, or six bottles for $5,00, 1.7 tho 80L1 PHOPRIBTORB, BEJAMIN PAGE JR & CO. tax i rictvninj Fharmacen lists and Chemists PITTSBURGH, PA., T- W. Dvott k Sons. Plii!H.!nhi. R.rn. A Paik, Xew Voik. John D. Park. Cincinna- h. v. a. uoegci, LarroiitoT. And by drug gists and Jferchants generally throughout the United States and Canadas. Feb. S5, '67 -ly. FURNITURE tDijolcsalcJlctatla 0. J. PITNEY, Minerva Ohio, Would respectfully invite the attention of the public to bis large aud Extensive Uock of Fornitare! coNBiaTiMQ or CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, BEAU It A US, CUPBOARDS, SETTEES, TABLES, STANDS, SOFAS, LOUNGES, WHAT-NOTS, LOOKING GLASSES, 4C, AC, AC, Of a variety of kinds and styles, which he will sell at low figures. Persons wishing anything in the furniture line will find it to their advan tage to call and examine his large assortment. Minerva, O., Fsb. 6, liStf. THE CEfWDIAMONM A Weekly Journn! containp 32 coltimnsof choice reading matter of a character calcu lated to instruct, amuse, and interest the general reader, will be commenced on the! First Saturday in March, 1858. ONLY $1 PKR J.NRDM IV ItflUfl. THE GASKET OF DIAMONDS Will be the cheapest, best and most entertain ing Weekly Paper every published in New York. DIAMONDS ! DIAMONDS !! 20 Thousand Dollars worth of pure California Diamonds, set iu every conceivable atvle of elegant Gold Jewelry, to be presented to the subscribers of the Casket of diamonds. There are uo gifts worth less than 25 cents, sud rom tbat up to $300. ifts! ifts!! EVERY SUBSCRIBER Will receive a beautiful gift in Gold or Dia mond Jeweley immediately on receipt of his or h?r name, accompanied by the amount of subscription monev. THE SUBSCRIBERS NAMES As fust as nceived, will bo placed in regular rotation, on our Book, opposite designating Nos. and tiie gift containing a corresponding No. will be sent IMMEDIATELY, post paid, to the subscriber. LADIES! LADIES!! LADIES!!! You can get a targe number of subscribers for the Casket of Diamonds by a li'.tle extia it eration, and for every (0 subscribers' names you forward us, accompanied by the money, we will send you a beautiful diamond gift. We make the same oiler to gentlemen. Please bear iu mind the fact that every sub scriber to the Casket of Diamonds will receive a beautilul gift immediately on receipt of his or her name accompanied by the subscription money. Persons wishing to commence with the fir-t No. should send in immediately, as tl e gift they will receive will encourage them to speak to others 01 their success, and thereby assist niF.tetblly in increasing our subscription list to commence with the brtt No. Among the interesting features of our Pa per will be a Lo?e correspondence of the niost thriling and exciting character, which took place in Paris, in 185$, betwixt an A'n glish Gentleman and French ,adv the tyran jcal opposition of the Lady's Father to the unio'i ofhis (laughter wilh the English gentle mar, is described in the most vivid and inter esting manner, an well as the successful p lots pf the young lady to elude the vigileuce end cruelty of her heartless father. These letters are deeply interesting, and of t pure, high-toned character. fjyEach Subscriber must send I cent postage stamps for return postage oo gift Addre; NELSON, HICKS, A CO. Proprietors of the CASKET oi DIAMONDS, 75 NASSAU STREET, N. Y. Tb. 1, lSSS-qaioj. DRUGS, AJNTS.ILS, t-c. B. L. FAHNESTOCK, k GO. (LU of the .rm of B. A FainsaHock Co., sajeesssers to FWsatog Brother..) NO. CORNER OF WOOD AND FOURTH STKKKT8, PITTSIIU Rfl II, PENN'A. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Drugs, Cljcmicals, Dnc-Stuffs, paints VARNISHES, OILS, SPICES, fJLASSW ARE OF A LL DESCRH1 IONS, r-ATMT MBDIClBEB, AMD BVIBTTIItXO ArPBKTAIBlBO TO TUB DM.G ktklBBSS. Thot in want of para and genuine articles, will r"o well to give a. call. W g-erante to Mil low BJ can be bought iu this cr other markets, sod warrant vVibiii to giv tan. faction. We are the sole Proprietors and cniy Manufacturers of B. L FAHNESTOCK'S V KKMIFLGE, AD DR. K. ADAMS WILSOR'b TONIC CATHARTIC and ANTI-DYSPEPTIC PILLS. The Venn'fug hss k firmly established iu reputation for being the moil effectual cur foe Worm, in either children or adults, jet diro?errd, as to render it aselaaa for u. in .... thing in its behalf, more that to prevent imposition. We would slat ibst ouis is ta only genuine B. L. Fsbnewtoek's Vein ifuge manufartured. DR. wlHW'l flblJ. so lavoi.bly known in many sections of ' he rour.tr?, and so highl recommended by all clsaa that have given them a trial, irjcludh.g Ministers of tb Gospel, Physicians, .Sen. tors, Governors, and otheis, as a .ate at-d aure remedy lor Dispepsia, S.ck' Headache, F?er and Jpue, Female Obstructions, Coaiivtneas, Ac, 4c We have reduced the price from 50 to 44 cents per hoi, lho. rorsiderii ihe se tl the do loss riLLi nia king them the OlsaafSJBt, Hafeat and Best FAMILY MkDK'INE in the WukLD. January, Ifio Km. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Pnn.ADFLPHiA Pa. A Benew.lent Tusl'U-ition, estublihel ly special enaoument jr die reitej of ine sick aytd distrssed, afflicted tciii virulent and Epi 'emic diseases. TO all persons afflicted witbSeioal Diseases, such as Sperniatorho?, Seminal Weakness, lmpolenee,Gunorrhoea,Gleet, Sypbil the VLu of Onanism, or Self Abuse, Ac. The Howard Association, in view of the de ptions practiced upon the unfoltunate vic ims of such diseases by Qi acks, sevetal years te.o directed their Consulting Surgeon, an a Charitable Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of tl is civs of diseases, iu all their lorms; and to gi?e Medical Advice U-atis, to all who apply by letter, with 1 detciipiiou of their condition, (age, oecupa tion, habits of life, c.) and in cases of ex treme poverty, to furnish medicines tree of charge. It is needless to add that the Asso ciation' commauds the highest Medical skill of the age, ami will furnish the most appro ved modern treatment. The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured that their hbors in this sphere of be nevolent iffort, have been of great benefit 10 the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have icsolved to devote themselves, wilh re newed .eal, to this very important but much despised cause. Just published by the Association, s re port on Spemiatorboea, rreeminal Weakness the Vice of Onanism, Masruroeiioo wr oei. Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual Or gans, by the consulting Surgeon, which ill 1.. .'., h. n.i (in a Be, led letter envelope,) free of charge, on tho receipt of two stamp for postage address, for teport or treatment Dr. George R. Calhoun, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, A'o. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Bs order of the Directors. Gio.FaiRcntLD, EZRA D.OEARTWK.L, Secretary. PresiJent Dee. 24, 1857. TO SCHOOL TEACHERS. milK BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMIN'F.HP I t ,..,.-,,11 ....in, iv will hold six meetines for the examination of School yeachers.durmg ... ,1 .. u . i. . the year lfa? on tue iunuiig "-, On the third Wednesday i i February, April June, August, October, and December. The ho held in one of the Public School Houses in Carrollton, commencing at ID o'clock, lorenoon. Tho standing rules of the tfoard regulating examinations are the following; 1, Each applicant not personally known to the Hoard, must produce a certificate of good mora! charactsr, of late date, and signed by one or more responsible persons. 2. Each applicant must come furnished with pen, ink and paper, and also with Mc GuS'ey's Filth Reader. 8. To each applicant will be submitted a list of questions on Arithmetic, English Gram mar, and Geography, to be answ ered in wn ting. ,. 4 No applicant will be regarded as quali fied to, nor entitled to a certificate, who does not correctly answer one half of tbe questions submitted In each branch. 5. Certificates will not be isjued on the day of examination, but they will be remitted by mail or otherwise as soon as practicable. And when an applicant is deemed unqualified a note stating that fact will be sent him. 6. ApplicanU coming In after the class is formed aud Ihe examination has commeuced, will be exocted to wait untH the next regu lar day ol examination. 7. No certificate will be granted lo an? person who is known to the Board to be ha bituated to the use of profane language lo be intemperate or dishonest. 8. Each applicant must furnish himself with a stamped en?elope, and himself indorse it wiih his own name and address, and in such envelope his certificate will be forwarded. By order of the Board. D. A. ARTERSec'y. January, 21, lSdS-ly. faxmtxB look f)ere! THE undersigned will offer at public ven due, on the 18th day of March 1 cxt, at his residence in Augusta township, Carroll Co., a lot of Household and personal property, up wards of one hundred head ol Sh-ep; three head of Horses; Cattle, Hogs, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Buckwheat; cine wagon; ono carriage; farming implements, and other articles not enumerated.' TRis:-A credit ol twelve months will be giren on a'l sales over two dollars. Security CRlSS. Fb. 26. '68 Jw. ON and after Monday, March 1st. 1N3, tne Aui-usta Steam Mill will be in full operation. All Farmers bringing grain cf any kind can be sreomraodatcd in the shortest time. The Jill has just been repaired the machinery refit ted and In excellent order. So, Farmers, bring on your Wheat, Rye, Buckwheat, corn, M, and I will do the best I can. J. HN CROOK. Augusta, Feb. 26, '68 3w. ESTATE OF ROBERT McCLAVE NOTICE is hereby given that I have been duly appointed administrator of, the estite of .Robert McClave, Esq., dceasad, 411 per sons holding claims mu9t present them with in one year. And those indebted must pay up immediately. WILLIAM McCLAYE. Feb. 35. 1868 3t. Administrator. LOM HERE!! ESTATE OF McRlBBEN DEC'D. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersign ed has been duly appointed and qualified as administrator de bonis non of the estate of William McKibbeo, dee'd, late of Carroll county, Ohio. S. M. CRAINE. Fb. 13, 58 3tt A GENTLEMAN, Urao. two yean ago, lay upon wi .t ftj phjstciaiH and h lends befievfri to be hi drain bed is now alire and in the full .o, 0, health. His di.se.., Consunpnou, of which nearly ail his relatires kai died 7ne cncuaa-uncei 1 which led to hi. rco,erv were as MI iws: Uli vi.ui.it.. k.i... . k.v.-. t I- ' . -W " "as in the habit of reading to him f,0IB booj,, 4bout lhe ' w 11 111 ins aearvhour lot. day he read to him from an old book publish ed in London, about the ruiddl 0f the seven teenth century, of what was styled ' A symptl and certum remme.ie.fn. a: e . ' No, whollv af kTTT mJVf ., . .,. U;IJC n1 tte bed remedies nren.r.H .i . r. ' 1 vwuimeoced its us I':r!:, l.W"',VTbl'-. ' '-omorsTe Ji T , WUl tDe P'"", without 552? '0 ",Ten ''om the time .... wmmvueru its use he was entirelv well, and ha, not been confined . dav h ce Oreatful tnw.r.l. . .n ! ! tlnc'- ... .,, rc urovioence br his restoration, he prescribed b Z all Zhk the lungs, .d Gcrrai Debillr d case it has proved effeciive i . '-""sumption, and ib- me to do n r n. i.i u ' . .. . . " ' o are sunering, aa much good a. possible, he ha. concluded to i '. ' . 1 . :.l r ii . wlI1 rull lnglruc,ions (or t tmg ip and u,.ng the medicine f,ea to all who may order ,,. He require all applicants to return' , ' '4' f " ' TTu aft '"iwer "" n" direct to a. r . Mckelvey, Sanduk? Cit?, II , and the? win be nrom-itlv n. k. .. ' 1 1 VZeV . "'"J 'uiu 01 man. Jan. 7, IHfej. 1. JENKINS CO., tin . t 1 . 1 rrniiestue VtaleTM in TEAS onlr. PHILADELPHIA." THE new Crop of Tea is now arriving and selhng much below tbe high rates of Ihe past year; tbe present theretoie opens wirh the pleasing prospect of our again being able to furnish as good an article for the price, as for merly, We also take treasure in ai.nouncine that we have conrtndprf t .i 1 .u. .!. 11 u-ii 1 "'u me uuie on sc. all bids, heretofore sold on two and three uioiuns, 10 inree ana four months cicdit. Thousands of Grocers and general Store kepers now sell Teas iu our Metallic Packages and the number is constantlv increasing, not withstanding the ftrong prejudice that once existed against teas put up in this convenient form. This unexampled success is the legiti mate result of a buisness uniformly done, for a long term of years upon just and fuir principle and especially wiih an eye to that wholesome 0110 of "Small Profits and Quick .eturns," Teas being a perishable article, dealers are recomended to order small and frequent bills. Thsse who still prefer the oil wav, are fur nishod with teas in the original half chests at three cents per lb. less than iu metallic Packa gcs. C- D. Ilurlbutt is no longer in our employ as Travelling Agent his place being supplied by another. JENKINS dt CO. Feb. 18, US8. PLOWS! PLOWS! THE undersigned having purchased the en tire right for this county, of manufacturing Gibbs Patent Cjli.ider Plow. Would inform the public, that he has a large stock of the above plows on hand, and read? lor sale. They are neatly wooded, painted, and ready for hitching too. These plows, have t ken the first premiums, at tho State Fairs, held at Pittsburgh and CIe?eland, and are considered by competent Judges to be the best plow manufactured. These plows may be had at my foundry ia IHIlfl, of Mr. James Huston, Carrolltou, Christian Manful, Augusta, or A. R, llames, Malvern. A have also 011 hand the Heyscr plow, the Jillcr plow, the L-Mig flow, and the Eagle plow, togeiber with a general assortment of castings, which I will tell low for cash, pro duce or old metal. Minerva, 0. Feb. 18, '58 6m. WILLIAM SPEAKER. OOirMBONTRSIRI For the Spring of 1 858- AVERY LARGE ASSORTMEST OF FRUIT and ornarueuial trees, shrubs, vines, etc., Deluding Arpi,K Trms, (3 years grafted,) very thrifty, and of the best varieties for Central and South ern Ohio. Pear Tree?, both standard and dwarf, the latter on Angers quince slocks, very tbiifty aud handsome. Cherry Trees, adapted to the climate of the South-West, mostly on Mahal.') stocks, aud branching low. Peach Trees, of the best age and size, with fine healthy roots, and of the choicest kinds. Plums, Quincts, .lpiicots, Nectarines, Al monds, Grapes, Cuuents,Coosebirries, Rasp berries, .Strawberries, Ahubaib, and Aspara gus Roots, Ofage Orange Plants, (lor bedg irg.) etc. Also, tvergreens or various kinds, Roses, and Ornamental Shrubs and Flowers, in gieat variety, and at low prices. JySend fpr a descriptive Catalogue, and order directly trom bead qutrters.as no Age n ta are eiiiylcjed to sell trees for us, Articles will be packed securely, and forwarded to any points oo tbe Railroad, as directed. (Twen ty varieties of choice Flower Seeds sent by cjiil, postage free, for 1.) Address M. B. BATEHAM & CO, Columbus, O. Feb. 18, 1858. tar WALL Paper of of various styles sold eheap y. UaXTKK 4 CO.'S Kew 7?ruB Star CIRCULAR. On rhe first dsr oi Juhr, 1I57, B. A. Fahneatrxk, and Corp W. Fahotxock, of Philadelphia. Fa.. A. B. Hull, of New Yawl, nd J. L Schwartz, of Fituburgh, re-assocuted themselves for a further term of bauBess, under the st!e and firm, heretwfure, of B. A. FAHNESTOCK k Co., Pittsburgh, P... B. A. FAHNESTOCK fr Co., Philadelphia. P.., B. A. FAHNESTOCK, HULL lc Co., New-York City. In each of which three citiei we continue our Wholesale Drug Business in all its branches. Particular attention will be giren to the importation of propri etary articles from abroad; and a full tfock of wel-etabiiihtd popular remedies will be kept constantly for a!e. Order for our B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S well-known Vmniftige (of which we are th; BOLE raOFKIZTOll and rXCIUITTX K AWuTACTOKZU ) should be addressed to either of the above-named establishment. We eontinue tie manufacture of White Lead, Red Lead, and Litkarje, at Pittsburgh EXCELSIOR IMF ij CORN AND COB MILL. 7 0 U N C A IW E R I CA. Invenletl and Patented by Charles LcavitL ft Mill l adapted to the varioor Grinding and Crushing purpo-es. for feeding stock afj mm, MuWiuL P'0p0rl' "p"r u'td' u" ",J '"" '"' The great advantage it has overall others eonsUts iu the Movable Grindinr Platte which are made ae pa rate from the mail body ol the mill, of superior Lard metal, anrj can b.' taken out and repl.ced by others in a few minute, time, upon the 1 rii.cipal new poinu ar M t rilowp: tna mikinc t,rnfiil mill ..t,- n ais i. r ' r-- -7 - r--r-. , ....hi The Grinding Mates are BIB MmM qual.iies, thns making . BSH ad.p.td In O'in Hard and Dry Corn and Cob, snd Soft and y.n.p Cnrn and Col., and a -o for Grindhi She Corn, Rye, Oats. Ac , and indeed, an? and e?erj thing in tbe feed line. 1 I ia aildA r.r ,... - i r I. & - - . I c iiM..r .nu euiiTenien arrangement lor discharging the meal .1 a spout on one side of the mi!l,-s?ing expense ol handling, ar -noyar.ee ai.d 5. , , ,.., blowing away, as m the case ir. ail other .mils. It has but one ret sciew t,. reguUr. ih, au,a.'. of priuding, and so simple in its construction that ir ran be nnr aned hi a child This mill was awardrd the first Premium a the GREAT NATIONAL FAIR at A., for 1:57, over Little Hunt, .Star, and Maaie JNta, and was awarded ile' licrdiad tL latsbilverSei. ice, a Indiana Htare Fair, for 1 kit; ai d the Eist Premium at 0 e -i. e fai. f Ohio lrij-C, arid Xew York, Tennewee, Minnesota .Michigan. North Ur: lii a ...on,, 0,"1 Huudred oilier State, District ami County lairs, for 16, ar.d .ince I s in.ucuraiwn ii IBajT has liken more Premiuiui tban all its competitors combined, and now aUnl. btfor tb 21. without a rival ' 1st It will never wear out. 2d. It requires less power. 3d. It has but one et screw 4th. It has spout delivery. IN A MANNliR UNEQUALLED BY ANY OTHER WILL. t FIFTY imtARt, Wirh two set-of 6'rinding Rings, warranted perfect io every respect and i I grind from 10 to IS bushels per hour according to condiiiou of corn, and speed ol team. A liberal discount made 10 dealers For further particulirs addrett. Sept.24, 1357.-6m. RXOUBH, GOODRICH A D0X, yanof.rtnrsn., New Philadilphia Old II. L. Cogsil, at the 7?ail Road depot, is our authorised arent. for Ctrrr.ll , ,,,. ' (hosc wishing a mill, can be accommodated 00 8 2 CORN AND TTT I . I m 1 1 ri n a T H t CO W Ct. wan lnpie aeiis of brushers and Double Lrnidinff .vnrface The unparalelled success of the Little Giant during more than three r,.. c. , . the Proprietors to consider itno longer an eiperimeut, but a peimanent "and most' S .L "Injtitutioir" Its value to Farmers and Feedeis became patent at an early 1 erkd oft" 'ence, and the demand for it was commensurate wiih its excellcr cies. Like all oiler ' however, of sufficient merit to attract attention, it was torn tefet i:bacrowd tt aasaulu i' detractors and imitators, all eager to sun themselves ia tha suDthine of its repotaUcn ' ' d fatten on its bard-earned fame. Met aud varquithed at 6ne point, they Fprsrg lb in r" h' wiih aa much viulitv, apparently, as if possessed with the i;ii. lives ct il e 1,. i .CIE", one ol the Little Giant's imitators which it has not beaten, wtentrer std BhrtcwaJt a fa t snd trial has been obtained; and not one tbat dare meit it fair and iquare iu trial 0f ktttktsl inib present nine. At tbe i bts.t tair ot the foHowiag btates, ed the Litlie Giant, via: ILLINOIS, IOWA, Appended is an extract from a Report of on the 1MB of October last: "The Corn and Cob Mills were represented by the Little Giant, JTicelsior Tcurs; meiir. and Star Aills, and an animated contest took place for the set of silver plates Mel l,ad keen' placed at the disposal of the Society by James B. CLadwick, of St. Louis. Jn efteeo HTBhl lions with same team and quality of Com, the Mills ground aa fbliowr: The "Little Giant," OBe and threc-fcu.thi bushel Corn and Cob JlV "Excelsior Young America," Seven-eights cf one busJie I .. "Star Mill," Five-eighths of one bushel' " TheCommittec unanimously awarded the premium to the "tittle Giant." SOME OF ITS MANY ADVANTAGES ARE; 1. Incerased capacity, with diminUhd diameter, by the use of double cones, thus setae, miring the power employed, and spending the wearover so great a aurlace tbat it j haiilj perceptible; even after giinding many thousand bus-hels. 2. No oil or grease is required on any part f the machine, thus avoiding the psiibilliv of damage by careless attendance. 8. The Xcver is attached to a separate piece or "driver," thue relieving ib Mill frcs irriution caused by the weight of levers, and irregular strains when thy are attached Cit.cily U the grinding shell, a? in other Mills. 7 4, The substitution of a strong box In place of legs, thus removing theS.tiiiiy ofbrrak- oflegs'and, at the same time, furnishing a safe reservoir fur meal, without additional raMBM cr trouble. 5, The superiority of the cob breaking and crushing arrangement, enabling u lodoa lara portion of the work neai the centre cf the Mill, thereby saving power. ! t, Tbe great strength which is secured by the peculiar thape and arrargtmenl cf tl whole', together with freedom from breakage or danrage to the giinding pans, ,a , sticks, bricks, pebbles, or other hard substances liable to be found smong corn, auid.i.ta.? fiud their wav into the Mill a peritenon anived at from long t xpnieuce iu the cumpoaitiM ol metal for 'this particular use, 7. iast, but by no means least, it is not injured by being allowed to run n pty. To eive the farmers some idea of the durabiiitv of ttis Mil', we give cue eenifcat -- amongst the tbouBandl which we irceive ol n I ik. r.vllnaino. Iteau luc wmwmm j, BcrraLo Forsaci, GRirsrr Co , Aiwtcct, March II 1857, Hedges, Free A Co. (successors to Scott AJisiiges,) Cincinnati, Ohio. Gints: I lease send us by Steamer Sciota, one 0 your fifty dollar Litire Gitrrt Mlrlaaad charge to our account. Wegote piece of Pig Iron into the mill urchared hem Messrs. i-'l' k Uedgeslast year and broke it. It had ground 22.800 bushels of corn and cob meal, aad when we broke it, it wrs doing just ss good wctk as ever. JMcaee send in reCiaieh ,' oblige vours A. . VjlNZTKJ? fsj. This Mill is also furnished with an extra ret of grinders for grinding soft ecrn. Any par wishing a Corn and Cob Mi 1 will plesse addresstheir order to Francis H ester, Augu'eis.Car. rroll county, Ohio; who will furnish them with a mill at the ihortet cctice, andif ih n ill doe not grind as well as isrepresented in this notice the buyer ia uot aiktd to krp it. W cwlj ask ihe people to try our mill bIore fcuyirg ilstwhne. P.A."(lTS W ST0At Oct. 2, )t7-lf, t-u ir a. u 1 1 luue 10 ear ccl ' r S.eikd . ' 5th. It will gruid .oft core. 6lh. It wid grind Cora aad graio the shortest hossible notice. ' LITTLE iknr u 3 00 COB MILL, wvw.n.. ' - tie Fast sescon, the First 'rta.hm was awud. MISSOURI, KENTUCKY. the trial at the Iowa State Fair at Ifaacatt. equal meiit and fum u,tuot the bigLestitajiduua.