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THE VAUBY FSRMER-DEVOTßD T8 THE TRUE INTEREST OF FARMERS, MECHANICS. ANB-WORKING MEN.
' vl vO .kn. !WN0 A FAT P CAVTftJE, The subject of economy in stali fcerting end fattening of stock has become a matter of increased fttefgst and importance in En akAm in consequence of scanty craoaDf bay and turnips, and of ÜWil$rice of grain. The fol lowing question has, therefore, at tipcted Very general attention, and undergone considerable dis custtML "What is the lost sys tsa of iBtall-feeding cattle, partic $mfy on farms chiefly arable, and where economy in the consump tion of bay, or its entire omission in toe process, is an important OQfliidflratioa'?" And it is a ques tion deserving much attention Iron) the cultivators of amble tanas, in this country, as well as S England, for they cannot con He for any great length of tee to produce good crops, either of grain or other produce, with out a sufficient supply of good manure, for which most farmers tftond will be dependent upon tne larm-yara. Artinciai ma nnres must be better fortified against doubts and suspicion as to their genuineness, and more evidence must be adduced of their producing so much extra orop as to pay tor their cost or field t profit, before they will be employed by the great mass of too naming community. 3d the discussion of this im portant question at a recent meet ing of the London or Central Farmers Club, it was observed that a rapidly increasing popula tion, demanding, and happily ob taining, a higher standard of liv- it behooves the farmers and of cattle seriously to con- aider bow the increasing demand far aaimal food can best be met. Tbe pUn which seemed to be considered tbe best, was that of alkwing straw to take tho piece ' m of My in winter feeding on arm- We and mixed farms, to a much ! greater extent than it had hith erto been done, at least in the southern portions of England. Cos straw, it was thought, might be made equal to hay and straw, when cut in equal quantities, by some inexpensive addition, or when straw was used uncut, the difference between the feeding properties of hay and straw might oe maoe Dy a xnmng aaauuion ol artificial food. : That something of this has 4hl S r W 1 been wocessfully accomplished, and that greater than usual econ omy may be practiced in winter feeding, ia apparent from sundry atatamentR which were mado at the meeting referred to. For ,oao eminent feeder stat- aw edtfilii in the vicinity of Newcas- j tie. cattle were seldom allowed hay, and their fat was laid on by Str3ah tornips, straw, and a lit ttwfake. Many give bean and e&ar meal to tatting cattle. An other etatea that he does not oon atder hay aa either a necessary cr aes)Mpal article in foaming cat tUe ItoaotritiTe properties are tiaWitltll, but it is thought that iieWnotpay. Straw, with this weder. Sa not allowed to lio on the. pooftd after catting, but is care nfiy kept sweet and clean; and whiji used, is cut and fed with flfHsliih turnips and a little oil oake at an äquivalent of bean or Cl a il A4 a a pern ttaal Anotner states that he laa not need oilcake tor throo 3MI ao account of its expen- Kteasses and recent impurities, tad that ho bad reaolrsd to fat tea his cattle oxclusively on tbo orofeae of his own farm, in which he had been very sncccasful. that tho cattle may be and comfortable, whilo yet 01 ia the latter part of tho pas- feVssftjMatm, it thought a mat tew of coositlerable importance. Dmg ths first fix weeks of the fadaatf season, the cattle are fed or white globe turnips and cut rtsww, alter that time with Swed ish turnips and out straw until about tor or six weeks from tho flitsih, whan they trot half a buh a) ei barley or pea meal per week with tbe turnips, the quantity nf an aal haul nor mneansal 1 m I.. WW SSSSIS1 ' MUI ISJSyU St SalBVlU eaah week. The cattle are fed states each day; and consume about 150 lbs. of turm in the oemeof tbe kut aedlngav By thswestem of feeding, thU foed es bee bis cattle gain in flesh in Awe months, which makes sell at $26 ot fßO more th n yr were worth before One very surprising 9 to this effect, of sheep and many farms might be t b or 30 per cent by ia drminianed qu.m- tl supply of cut afOns these Äff dm tte number eeflbnoon , f ., jft A sSSMa f lSs lis to, aZ ire i made on the occasion retcrred l it appears that, though rhere are some individual peculiarities, the ! prevailing system consists in feed-1 ing turnips, mangolds or other. roots, and cut straw, with the ad- dition of tbe meal of barley, peas, oeans, or oi on caKe. as mucn straw is given as the cattle will consume, cut, wetted and mixed with the meal or tbe oil cake, pow- j dered. The prevailing opinion seems to ne that the use ot tur nips makes the cattle relish and Al tlftjft. nl.... 1, ,(i al. ... . 1. ... tue otiaw uetier uiun mey seem to do without the turnips. Hay seems not to be used at all, save by a very few, and that only in 8tormv weather. The success of a system such as this, if found to answer here as well as it does in England, would lead to a more general cultiva tion of turnips, rata bagas and other roots. Trials might be made of molasses. One pint in one and a half gallons of warm water, will moisten from one to bushels of cut straw. A little corn or bean meal will improve it OX SHOKI7IO HORSES THAT OVER. BRACH. I was bred from my youth a blacksmith and farmer, and, whether a natural mechanic or not, I was always very anxious to know the whys and wherefores of things, or more properly speaking, the casualties and preventives. I was also fond of trying experi ments upon such things as ap peared favorable for improvement. I was generally in the shop with my lather evenings, rainy days, and such other time as I could be spared from' the farm orschool. By being in the shop so much, I ob tained the views of the farmers generally, and by that was enabled to make many improvements on the farm. I learned, also, that many farmers entertain very er- runeous ideas about blacksmith ing, (and I might add blacksmiths ! too;) still they were bouud to die-1 taie accoruing 10 prejuuices; ns, for instance, one says: "This horse overreaches; I want you to put the front shoes as far forward as possible, and set the hind shoes as far back, or he will tear them off. ' I would sometimes trv to j " reason the case by saying the way to prevent a horse from over retching, is to augment the speed of the front feet, and retard the motion of' the hind ones; but in order to accomplish that, I shall havo to reverse your directions. Some who had little or no mc- chanical genius, would cut short all arcument, and say. "follow mv directions or else not shoo the horse." Of course n mechanic w M' -a v sr must obey orders, if he breaks owners; so the horse would go a (TO OUt of the shop, nicely fettered, with . aa . ' bis shoes clicking at every step; whilo, perhaps, the man of inquiry would desire a fall explanation. My way is, to make the toe-corks very low, and standing a little uu- der, and the shoes set as far back as convenient on the forward feet, with high heel-corks, so as to let them roll over as soon as possible. On the hind feet, I havo the heel cork low, and the too-cork high, projecting forward, thus keeping back tho hi od foot, while ooming up over a high toe-cork, giving time to the forward foot to get out of the way. If thus shod, the horse will travel clean, without a click, and his speed willhe increas ed on a trot fifteen or twenty SBO onda in a mile.' New England Farmer. no viicj a asifataF.N ox. Noticing in the Stock Register, for August, an extract headed "How to move a Sullen Ox," it brought forcicibly to my mind my little experience in tbat matter. Wheu a boy, I frequently bad the management of oxen, one of which was at times particularly ullen or baulky, m we then termed it, and my ingenuity and wit wero put to test to devise some moans to induce tho sullen animal to move. At last 1 hit upon a plan, as the sequel will show, which efTuctually acoom plished my purpose, and cured hhn in a meandro of his hanging back propensity. On u certain day in wintor I was sent hauling wood with the oxen and sled. My road led over a bridge, and up a short hut quite steep hill. Having arrived at tho foot of tho hill on tho bridge, with n load, my to un come to a dead stund still, and as coaxing and whipping proved of no benefit, I bethought me of procuring tbo services of the old Vom Cat, and applying him. I found him quietly sleeping on the hearth, and taking him iu my arms, quickly retraced my steps to the oxen. My purpose was to apply the cat to tho back of tbe ox and draw him backwards by tho tail. I did so: but no soon er had the ox felt tho claws of the feline monster enter his hide, than I found myself turning a back somerset through the air. off the bridge, with a propelling force I win powerless to withstand, From the mass of statements accompanied by twelve feet below, in the bod ot the stream, amid snow and water. Without waiting to contemplate my situation, I extricated myself and repaired to the scene ot mv exploit on the bridge. Isut lo! neither oxen, wood nor cat were to be seen; all had mysteriously disappeared but, as I had sub- sequently found, theoxen brought up all safe in the wood bouse, with the load of wood. Ever after, when the old ox took it upon him to sulk,I had on ly to show him a cat, and a pinch of the tail would make him straighten himself for very life. But I was extremely careful to keep out of the reach of his ugly heels. Thus much for my experience in moving a sullen ox. Amer ican Agriculturist. CHI KM 4. I WINTER. In cool as well as cold weather, the complaint is often made, "the butter won't come." A writer in the Maine Farmer says: "The trouble arises from not getting the cream properly warmed at the moment of churning. It must be when put into the churn; not to be warmed, and then churn ed bye-and-bye, whether warm or cold; but warm it, and then churn at once. Butter never came in the world when it was cold. I have warmed the cream ever since the middle of August Ihe cellar was so cold that when the cream was brought up stairs it would not come until it had been slightly warmed. Some smiled at mir Tiro rfi rrk vKia en mmn rf umj jiavuw, . ouwiuvi, , warming the cream; and one who who smiled, complained of churn ing half a day and no butter. I churned in from twenty minutes to half an hour: the butter was hard, sweet, and yellow. In sum mer (cool days) and the first of the autumn the cream in the for two hourS) and then churn Now I heat some water, put the pot of cream into it, and stir the cream until it feels a liitle warm, and then churn about half an hour and bring good butter." Ilow to Break np u Cold. Dr. Hall, ia his Medical Jour nal, gives the following directions for breaking up a cold: "A bad cold, liko measles and mumps, or any other similar ali ments, will run its course of about ten days, in spite of what you may do for it, unless remedial means aro employed within forty eisht hours of ita inception. Ma- I w ny a useful life may be spared to e a a-aaa . . a DC increasingly USOIUi DV CUllinC ... . .. ' a cold short oil in the lollowing, i , I t . Safe and Simple manner. On the simp! first day of taking a cold, there is a very unpleasant sensation of chilliness. The moment you ob serve this, go to your room and stay there; keep it nt such a tern perature as will entirely prevent . this chilly feeling, even if it rc , , inn rl,.nnli;i quires iuu degrees rahrenneit. In i,AiH w nnf Vrtiir CnaT in arn in aaaHljU,pUC yOUr led IU Wa - ter half limb (leg) deep, as hot as you can bear it, adding hot water ; along from time to timo for a quarter of an hour, so the water shall bo hotter when you take your feet out, than when you put them in; then dry them thorough ly, and put on warm black stock ings, even if it be Summer, colds aro tho most dangerous; and for twenty-four hours cat not an atom of food, but drink as largely as you desiro of nny kind of warm teas, at the end of that time, t he cold will bo etfectuully broken, without any medicine whatever. True Politeness. A great sad good nun onee speak lag of politeness said: "I mukcjit u point of morality nev er to find fault with another for his manners; they may bo awkward or gracefnl. blunt or polite, polished or ruatio. "1 oare not what thsy are, if tbe man moans well and acts from honest intentions, without eccentrioity and af feelstion. All men have not the ad vantage of 'good society as it is call ed, to school thum in the fantttallo rulee and curctnonies, and if thsre is any standard of mannora, it Is only founu ed in tho reason and good tense, snd not upon tho artificial regulations. Manners, liko conversation, should ho extemporaneous and not studied and formal. "I always suspect a man who meet mo with the ismo prrneditntod shake of tho'hand.jUiv mo tho (it meyho rough) grip of the head, the cttrulosa nod of recognition, and when occasion requires, tho homely salutatation of 'lluw aro you, my old friend.' " Tub Shawl Nt isao. There ap pears to be a dead set in Philadelphia, to bring tho wearing of shawls by tatin- tit nn it intodiarnptite. On Christum eve, crowds of persons walked the a true is thore, wearing hoi so blanket and coflco bags alter the manner of these lady-like shoulder covors. In this city, shawl wearing by the men is rapidly going outol vogue. Tbo prac tice is chiefly confined to a certain few The ladies laugh so much at the awk wardness uf such a costume, aud ma ny lins so curl with quiet contempt when they appear, that their down-fall may be settled in good society. -.V. Y. Timtt. MoRTAUtr. Ten thousand persona died of cholera in Veoetuela, io four monbs! accompanied by a tremendous squall from the poor puw. Ibro n ,.. 1 J up, or moro properly down, some WotcheS & CI OCkS aWUW O&VXULrlkD. irIHT. DAYTSOM TFDEUlins SKI W . to in ciuiens or Ä Hro.k villand MeU capnrltv of Watch and Clock Tinker mud Mcpu ri i . maiiniT and mending JEWELRY, be l-'nijt experience sud Strict PUNCTUALITY are tili reeonrtnendsttnat. I V .. . W . T I. l. a El (I 1,11,1 t aaaSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB &. Parduhar's itun. Give m call vn body, and I will warrenl satisfaction. June 1 'St iMPOBTÄlf TTBÜILDEIST" HORSiWABHlER, FRONTSTREET, BET. WESTERN ROW AND JOHN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Dealen In mil kinds of Lumber and manufac turer! ol Sash, Doora, Blind, Window Frame, Moulding, Baa Pilasters, Weather Boarding. White and Yellow Pine Flooring, Shelving for Stores, Palling for Fen c , Board planed on both tide, of various thickness suitable for Ihe imlde finish of ) ThUettablithniAiit will Im found lo beof jreal, mem w prrouiöuiiiiMr in ma ccuniry, ai ,n !snnpli.l her with nil l.'io luUmll i made oflumbrr, thoroughly Maoonv.l for flnlthlnr houren. In the Lumber YarU connected with tint etiiblUhmattlM)Tlf kept for .ale an exlOMiro aortiint of Lumber for all bnlldlnv purpoM 8aihprlmi.dandalaied.oon.ui.tlv on hud. All ! orden promptly attended to . l.i:MSC AMI wot. ii, l-ön-r-i jr NEW BOOKS AT Moore Wilitach, Keys & 25 west rouaTH strkkt, r isc isK4 r!,omO. CO 'S ' ' J THE OLD FARM HOUSE, By Mra. Carolina It. Kaller Lola;. A bean tifulaod affecliuf .lory. 1 toI. ISiuo, Illuatrw THE NOTE BOOK OF AN EN GLISH OPIUM-EATER. Uy Thoma Deanlaeey, author of rcnfeMloa ; S3. ,,,n oP" i DOESTICKS: WHAT HE SAYS: ! ByQ.K.Philonder Doe.tle-tB, P. L. niuitra. ted. 1 vol. l-'nio. I tup wnr icu nouni vcf. x.lwioh uAi B, vt, a uoiuu in me new worm, ny oira. noiinoi. vol, ISaio, 75eenU. THE ENGLISH WOMAN IN RU8-1 SIA. ur, impruMionaoi iuo society ana Manner or theKu.iia thm., By aUdv. ten y.ar. re.i- deal of that country , I . . . . . a ,11,1. I ( a . . t . a im iiioairauoD. nui. . " 'It' M1S HUWITT'S SCHOOL OF LIFE. 1 rotoBBo, IS mo. CHRISTIE JOHNSTONE. A novol by Chart Heede, l vol, -Stau. 75 cent. JOY AND CARE. By Mr Taiblll. I IStno. 03 rent. PEEPS FROM A BELFRY, By Shaiton. 1 vol. iSme. Recently published and for aale by .XOOKK, WILSTACH, KEVS A CO. July 'ft. b Wel Foarth Street. BROOKVULE BANE BHBTILiIj allow Intered on time Deposit irutfo w w BiieriDH aate in unio or looianu curronci , pay, ble lo simitar funds By ordarof Ihe Board, J. W.HITT. Cahler HrookvlHe.Feb. 13, tfcJS. THE HEW" TOEK TBIBTJHTC, ISSM.-TIIK GsoTxV inenecdon the 1st of Sopu.mber last. The Am- erlcan pujllc ned not aow be nrado acquainted wnn iucnaractor or claims to consuoration. Vi'ith but a sabordinato regard for prudence, pol icy or popularity, it has slated to stand for Rifht oouaness, forTruth, lor Humatiity, aa-alDnt forllll- ed iniquity, Praud and Oppression, rhere Is notaslave-trador on this Continent, though he may never read any thins; but his hills of sale and notes payable, who does not know ! hat Tribnne; theteltnolan extensive fabrics the rof drug-god and polsonont'Ldquors who does not con sider It a very dangerous and Immoral paper, and wonuar wny it punuca rated Ina com- morctal.cotton'bu) Ing City like .New York. The Tark. The York Marcuryoncelorcil.lv remurked thstlt had neverknown a hard, griping, screwing, ava- rteioui employ or who was not hostile to the Tri- bune.norono eminently generous and kindly who did not like tt. Prompt and plain-spoken iu 1U denunciations of Iniquity and abuses of pow- r, while claiming no oiomptlon from human laiiiMiii) , ii may nave aono temporary injustice to lndivtdualu.. but Ith avr been uufrithrui 1 ssas luuaiiu, wsaa v" 11 torrlBcipie.aoraeartotaecrlas of the wronged aad stiSarlr. In lU.oolnmas th. advocate, of noveian.i unpopular theoriMcontempiatinf tb miiioii oi uuiiiun "ui, especially moso oi tbevoleeUss and dowa-troddeu, have ivor found audit nee andi hospitality ; while It has ardently ."e?'"fl "lf "''!: tempt to proscribe and degrade any rlass because 01 aiversltiusor neuviiy. ureeo.or Color. In (leisure of rsluiunlss Ibe most atrocious, and of bostlUllot the most deadly aad untiring, the Tribune has grown steadily in public a,pre- r I h ! fr. m ,haa .lav nf 1 1 a n r I ar I I , a aMaaaaaaa ..I serving tbe public have beeu augmented In iiro- portion. Instead of a single editor with one or two assistants, lu orgauliatlon uow comprises a numeroos body ol writers, each lilted by special accomplishment and aprloue) for the partlru- larllne of discussion to w hleh hi pen Is devoted; ,l amount of radiug matter glvn mor tbaaoaadrupiesihatof ittariie.tiiu-s; aaff of slued eorrespofdonls encircles Ibo globe, j transmitting early and Intelligent narrations of the dally amount of reading matter given morn UIH V r ' IIU,, w ' i an J i iiwiiiiiiii , a;uil. J !' ... ....... u,..ihu r .. .1 . 1. 1 1 u.., Utes, legislation, Llteratar, Att, History-In short whatever affect th social well-Selns; of mnaklnd. Polemic llioolojry alone excaptcd flnds here the freest and most searching d Itsciss- ion. Commencing a a daily folio sheet of modem .A.'.aii.a aim vvaaaftftiaj aa "i-aav t 111 v.iaav , The Tribune t now ssued in quarto form ln v (throdltUnct.dllloUsOHMi-WKatTai.dw,a- lt, on a sheet 44 by 34 laches, sight ample pages of si B coluinn each. Its clreulalion has steadily rownfroiu nut runs: to the following; aggregate. )ally Issues ( vulii and morning) SSe copies Sean-Weekly 14,173 Weekly 137,740 California edition fl,8oo t . i sot sBBaaa. Total IS7rSBB Swaswa Wa believe no other newspaper In tbo world bat a subscription list vr half so large as this: and no periosteal of any sortwau rivallt. And while USSSefSSSS cheapness roudntlng an Increase of tTkTkZ"ii U seripllon lll, It would be absurdity not to per- oelv In lb s unprccdentd patronage someevl- dene of l iill'lSJIllll and SS We Uhe ploasure In announcing to our rendor that.la view of theinomentousli.tere.tatuchlng to tlis, Session nf Congres about to eoinmeaee. S'satÄ-Ä Äni7."LWe"Ä: ters will appear regularly In ear variants editions th Weekly included. rTKMMI. Our terms lu variably r for the 11.11. '('.It SaM ...a ........... HemUWeekly, ei tw eoples for )i; five for IL; tan copies or of er Uono addr, 3jüS weekly, M ihre copies for See copies ror SSI lea eoplae for gl, twenty eoples, or ..v.r. ro oa aaaassBfurei eb; twenty eoat.s, or over, toaddretsof euch subscriber, gl.Veb. rtjSV masters and others sending us club of twenty or ever, on Ibo atrtfv term, will he entitled lo r.u evira copy. Addition may nt all limes bs mad lo a club al the price paid by lhM already In ll. dee 7 OKRBtY w McUI.lt A 'I'll , !o. 134 Nassau si., flew York. f.. A. flKADLKY, Late with Jones Hrn.. A Co. IS Pssvrl Si Clnolnimll.U. Ii 1114 M l I.V, O. BRAUI K V. I ale of llilhiun .V I ... 1211 MbIu SI. BRADLEY BRO'S, WMOkaSALS 4BS SSTSII. MthSSI IN ' Jiwelry, ailvrr a IMi.k.I uro, V 1 11 III , I I.Ol KN, W t II H.KStt'a Ha I SSI. i s, ukSSSBS a t . North west Oor, of Fourth fc Main Rtreots, Cincinnati 4,11. Walehes Unpaired aad l(saaBl la llnlu Of flilver. uly7Mly MOORK, WILSTACH, KXYS 00 . BodkieUtri and Statlonon, I'll I NTliJIH, IIINIHIKH x l'L IlLI.SIll'.RH, , SfejSJ Faatia Hlmii CINCINNATI, Take (real pleaaare In saylusjthal they have ta ken possession of ihn .on Iihm and ulefant build- In Just eroelrd t No. it West Pourlh htreei, for III-, oc.-onii lhlloo ol ll .ii 'mi,, i . -., Directly uppoeite their Old StauJ, No. SS, West Puurth Street, aud half a square west nrtneir rormer munk ttook and ntsttouur) Htore.atthe corner of fourth ami Main streets. Ihe nwelabl!shmanlbas uie. lalle.if.o illlles U,MANUPACTUH1NU BOOKS, either Blank, far th Coentlns; House or UIBee, or printed, lor tne i.i'irr ry or urawleg Hoom. Hooks la Huer Oeparlmeul will bo produced In Iba highest nie of lh ail. ii i Constantly for sal, all Valaabla New PubllcatloaSt Standai J works lu I'beology, Medlelue, and (leneral l.iloralure, Music, Kcbool.aad Clas.leal Hooks. MOOMK, s ILM-ACIl.KKYM es CO Ml D ??ll.RKSil OOODS, HIN I l.hMKVM WIN IKK U KM,. PA NC V AN II PLAIN UHKSSMILKH. Willi U AND KMHROHJUHKUtsUOUn. LAl)IKa'KLs.k,VKS AND Co J. LAKH, CMK JUKI "Ih.llANDKURCHIRKM.Ao. Por sal at No. 1 CommrclatRnw,by asarSllSSS LINCR tk rAKtiHUAR. HNT1. Al)VEBTISEMK& V)R FORSTIA'S U1V- runoiiA o Alterative hu'iii, A BALM FOR EVERY WOUND' FOR INTERNAL AND EXTER NAL USE. This balm is warranted lo re lieve all Rheumatisms. Btminain the SpiiiL', or Sninsl aflection and Dyspepsia, Headache, or Stifl Neck, Toothache Earache, 8ore Throat, Soreness in the Uren... Stomach or Bowels, or Burning in the breast, astnma, Bronchitis, Sprains and Bruises, Burns, Scalds or Frozen Parts, Cramp Cholic aud Bilious Cholic, Cholera Mor bus, Pleurisy, Flux, Fever and ague, Piles, Corns, Fresh cuts or sores, In flamation in the head, j Ston: cb. Bowels, or Kidneys,! bummer complaint ol Children y qt-tjis ;md Infliimation ol' the ! and Croup, 1 ' Spnrlof hnvor tj.. rM.oa wi.u lr.i hatlaa mbbm nil ilu reaaou way Irtia bulni rede lies i Hieu CMC ia bcsoK9 It rxiuco iafiamatioa, aad rnoae he aecraüou tod uarvou sytni into action. This power la owing to the peculiar comblnctloiT of medical properties without their beiuf neutralized. Tbe tnedi- C'ne ' Perf'ctfu"y not containing any deadly poiaou, oi mineral. It will, if uaeo1 freely, act Immediately upon tho liver, and all other aecreetive .n Remd thofftllwwIafCcrilficatea. Certificate of Dr. J. H. Jordan, late Realdeut Phyileian ofthe Fourth Street Cholera Hoc- pital I can cheerfully reoommeno the Alterative Bjlm to the public knowing at 1 du, thai it is an excellent arücl. 1 nd It with in Cholera, daring my late counectiou '1' fourth St., Cholera Hopita lnthieclUY lAJ tilt? W UI IU. , ,m vi uraiuiis ii'tiui i it i ,tomach and bowel. I alo oami it In a cnae of Inflamation of the kldneya with the Imp. pieataffct. Froro my knowledge of itn vir- ue. in the above dloae and other, In i.i-i, i , v, i...,,. . w,,,ch 1 u,ed ll 1 have no nealtancy in t . a pronouncing it uperior to any medicine h.il,.ri nlTmA .. k. - --'- A ...v.:..v. ' I"""'" nave owome acqualnten, and would cheer- folly recommend it to the public. J. H. JORDAN, M. Cincinnati, 8pt. 1st 184!) This is to certify that in the summer of 1848, I became so very lame and weak in my back, occasioned by ng that j could not sit down or get dn' without holding on to somo object. I was advised to try Mr. Fojsha's Altera- live Balm. By bathing it Six or eight limps mv hnelr una mtrtoef 1 v pm! nrcv.l , r-' J and 1 have felt no aymptorr of ita return . mice. wife 0,,. ,,M " il for Rhf u ma.lcp.in, headache and toothache with very beneficial results. ery J.J. YEAKLE Dec. 1st. 1849. TO THE PL'BLIC Tki. i. . ..,:r- t i... i ...,..bsis,i wnn attacked vith the Aaiatie Cholera; and waa soon, na ruy physician tat ia a collapsed Ute. I had remained in thilat tonn two . . . ., . . , ourB, n my JUlVBiCl.in miOl IIKG IllVluni- Ivand frlenda thai I could not possibly 1.- , , ... ! Y Slid trictly forhid my wife permitting anj -,-i., ma m.ji.ln. . , OU6 K1r,"K me ny medicine or nourishment whatever, aa It would only hasten my death ,. w. v .1 At this UiiieMr. r oraha name to see me, and brought with him 0 boltle coutaimtig four , . . "TVTT ouuceoi m Aitei aiiriiiuTii uaun, nun aaattu ticrm I as (ill of mv Prrra,"",OQ 0"n7 lie to use It 011 me, as be : thought It would imnedlntely give eae. 1 wus immMiiatelv apalifd . and la less than ten ay a w minute I wa r stored, nrni was in a warm perspiration, prior to which lime my extremi ties were cold, a clammy sweat was on my face aud head. After the use of two other hollies of the same medlcloe, I waa entirely , . Heve-I of ail iliitre, and IU U few C tys was r. .(,,. i ,n i,iU rc,Br,,tl 10 h"""- i would moat rneerfully and heartily rec I 1 omm D a 1 utmnnd thi BALM to all who are alflii teü similar wav 1 havr als., us.i it In - ., , . . owter oiseaaaa, aua nave found il a moat elCellent remedy. I do not thitilt It cun be ' . loo h Iff till r common. . J0ELK1RBY. 1 d0 hereby certify that the above certiti- cate 1. eorrect, and the tatemeat of the , i physician mann to me Is trUf. JULIA ANN K1KBY. Clnclnustl. Dec,th, 18411. A C8rl,fi3ll ttm the Rev. J. 11. Flnley l iiicinai.fi, March 4lli, lv.i. nr pVa.-lw Thlsl. ik. r,..i , ... ,.. , "r r ! firat time In my 'ong in trial i nave givtu my nam in recotnntendalloo or nny medicine, ss. Ken. oral remedy , though I have often beeuaollel- , . , . U(t 1 h,ro B,fd onf Alternative Halm for OwSl'.V tWO Vnr' flrsl for th., rlntiinnilUm , L1 V . ' nriI' l0r lnH '"'"t'" my hip and kite. of which I wa nearly a " tor rty sosr. b, -l.e eu two of my family; then a violent attack ofdlarrhaea ou myself; then for luflainatien, for burna brills, stitl for s rry snwa oase of Miff ". orougui on ly a violent cold, and a jilting I have had full proof of ita medical properties, In a fiesl many of Iiis diseases for I w ,i0i, ..ou raaaasmsa I tl suad I ,. , w,,l 1 " 'eoommenu It, and I have no I loun.i it toian in evea one or them. HUH, po nolsay Ihst 11 Is an infallible ours, yet la my ober - onvlotlen, that It I th b. Compound for these remedies for which II Is recommended, that I have ever Umd.r- d 1 have lri-d many 1 wilt uo, If I eau pro ears ll, bs without U in my family for sny ouaslderatlon. Moping thut you will Btl oominso lo eempouu I It honestly , ami that it mnv rllv thauaando of nllerer. I i . i heartily recommend It to my follow-cltlsena i most eiuelleut Family Mndlflln. Voikb, aHenlloiialely, J II FfNLKY Certltleslaliom O. L. Hterr. I have known Mr. Korsiu's Altern, tlve Dalm to perform a vary sutrsor tlliiry euro uyuu s horsn tlitt waa very bsdly cut, so tne time nines. I used it upon one oecaelon, oxter- nslly, with Kood otTect. I believe it to be a perfectly safe and efficacious remedy tobe used in many complaint. D. L. 8TAKU. ovumbor 21st. 1863. Wholesale Depot, stJ. dt C. Reek liirt'a.No. gl Pearl at. Cln. Dr. a. W. Forshs.Drup; Store. No sido of Filth wt., a doors east of Smith Cln.O. For sale at R. Tynar's, 1). Price 4i Son's, Llncket Fftrquhsr's.Dr. Moody's and Ir. Halle, Bjeokville. Ind. ................. ., ...... TERMS OF THI IV DIANA AMERICAN Hubserlplloa whoa not paid wllhlnibeyear3,0U i If paid wlthluib yar 9,40 If paldlnad vaaae w.no ' (jÄt4AScri7rsmov rrmif monevbv mail at our rieh, when not Unthan Mi are re. milted af one time, and receipts will be ... J - ... a .- . a 1 ... . a . a rriUMnniniiNy inr lime tu WllCH M ment u mode. Ol tain a certijicattof th Pott Matter as to the amouhtremttttd . IN. . V J. J V Si. Leaf Tobacco o.SJS.MaluStr. öi.V-tweeti ilhiiid xtb. PERCUSSION PRESS, It'ltU Kntrrared Kcal FOR FIVE DOLLARS, Km Heou pronounced tau "ar mow." At Fairs of Ohio, Indiana, ana Ken tucky. of 1863, and Premiums award ed accordingly. C. F. HALL, Seal Engraver and Proprietor, 14 WERT FOritTII STREET. Next to highest steeple. 1 aug 18 l-M lyr W. W. FRYBARfiE t k CO. WBOLBi4i.Btfc I(KTti. l)rjiuiii Dry Goods, Carpets, Paper Hang FRANC. . JL. CHINA, GLASS AND QUHOTSWARB, Hoot, hIiopk, nnu Vapm, Sirnw Godi Ac, CONNEESVTLLE IND. may 1 'ij ly B. J(MIil, i. BCTTKRrrikun. JEIIISEUOFIELM M WHOLESALE 'Vo. ,'I.M.X XTRFFT, WKs'i CIICCTNKATI, 0 BO. iAMOON, Jfi. n. ii. Axoai SAI DMHIII AHB OtALBIUIB Clilun, f;ina ul ilwrpsii.iv: j betowtnlrd. No C2 Mali ti&v If tv i T A. il. ItT IJ j OTWTTnSTAXDl.NG the "liaM Come on. SkMBMSI äaVallWt ret.in H er jply with afrc.u.upvdy, und wlh 1 I wlllbcablo totniiiilT the Incran tor thu popolur store. All that ar a Urfx number . rwtan tove ; lo aall all. a ware eonttanlly o i AGOODiiior hand. MFHCiI.V.fTS eanbe audnllod at Cincinnati j prinr-'noeworit done to order on .hon noiio. I Wankful fottbe atiarorI wunid.till MtlKsll j Conoewviiio, May is-cmo. ASA IG (Late of And Sncceta A RT, Whelerdr I fie- ban in KalKatat Aß Ittorncy at -uv IIU'l Uealkntat Auren t v Wilhltvnc Chane anjsalo 0 fessionai busu.c burrh.andth! a i van ana. iri'Orrt; SAMUEL XAKLATT, ' BLACKSMITH. MalaStrel,South efthe IVbllc Sqaarc,Kastsi II rook llr. lit it. LL KINDS 07 BOLTS AUD Screws mat , ticoand tu Ibe t shortest no- I pay i all kin bo as ' lag a cm fM. in It: 1 VI 11 V Ii S A ll Tl WAltV , v.l." , aasj .i .v xi ii ir;iiii. IHE U1TDEE8IGOD 5 INFORM mora, Ijturcl aoep on hand ho ciliseiis ol iirooi.v M.l i!H of Kind-., n( hi Miorv In METAMORA, IND., Wim Franklin Comity Willi .Stovts,a SELF-SEALING FEU Of various kinds, and Ui Ordt-ri from llr . v.lln or Ijiur- 1- sc T. IBMWOOB. Helmbolt's Genuine ine Preparations ". COXCENTKATED HELMROLP'S IITC1I For diseases of the Rudder and Ki Diseases, Ntrlelur?, Weaknesses, eases ol Ihe 8exnal Organs, wbe Or female, from wbatovereMie ll orlg muted, aud no mnllor of how Ing. in male1 may have , how ung stand If von havo contracted Uk tlilh. Wl'.'tl uPBtl d 111 lhtat torrlbl" tiiscase , and sapping , tlin very vital rastyourselr In tho hsnds of evrydayla a city like this with daring falsehood to deceive the young, and Uli their tili Its. Von ean itBj Mlectton of a remedy 1n Ould ktuai "d 0.1 u Cbb . , ,, i . V ÄJJ 'II..LI.., lho Hlin V om"",ll Ä j liucliu has heeu pronouaced u p .the y self. dlsosse In ihn b Conitlititloiiu mrbt brilliant hopes t bttd the glorioui can l cured by medlrino -hl, i, simply delicate ,o bn loiiud Bell n IMOI.V CONi;K OOMPOÜND FLUID EXTRAO. SAR! Pat purl f) Ins? the ILLA. Olli, i v i i. . ' 1 ,.. , , Nrald lluad, I leer I .i s on Ho in. the nktai 'I Irs Brill I I. lo. v lost dlstlngtlUlie.l mo Hour., i , tt, r. seal) ernpilons ol d by same of la s in tin rouHiry, t In practica than vl Plhiied to tho tibhc. a. errnrliii MM 1 Inst kiss lloi . r iiiu.in . These cosu Utry eBei t . the most I fan nr I) ii, S' pur buitla' .ui. (or 3 Hsrispsrll n, strel fth li one tfallo f ayrud of and s..l I I.) II i . Ill- i.Mit.u.i t ... , . , . . i i i i , , I Mfenl, huuf Urn (iirard i ii Tu UK ll.t li .i JOHN i . MOODY, u rook v ill, I lid. Aud or Driigg.sis and Uvaleri, All Utters dirsrUnl io ti.., proprietor or agent receive liauicdlato attention. )titiiA-ly. Groceries. M mpow . n . lis.: r. Imperial i M'todol lalo i si;s MBSi Yam i . ' suit, at th lowest market prk . --- v BeEss 1 Bbf JU g t atSBBBBBBBBBBBBa - SBBBSBW J W mBBBBBBW I 7V . 'IgBar i"j l aü. 1 - jaaaf sev SBsBBBBtC.aaftSBBBBBBlTaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBv a .1 t i:t 8. l. Come r .Main dc Seventh May IS ISM. lie. i j, in tl.,v. Aaron A. Colter, OXOCEKY p M JLllirlD 3 1 naii i , BET W E KJ9 MAIM fc S'C ArtfOlXE , CINCINNATI. J. WOODS, PROPRIZTOR. PADDOCK & MANSFIELD, Xo s UT ALL KINDS OT BASK NU1KS; jm tiia blaheM prlc- lor bn'LeL fflKS Ifjl.?? - '! niarel I I " Dr. J. PETTIT'S 'Anvrican E mHIS ARTTfT.P Tfi lire r.'; btlr at Kaj MS 9 9 47 No. 82 Sixth S et. Yalnut &. Vine, cnrcnrifATl, omd: enilv andbeat Mnufactuitlaf& SUPERIOR WINDOW BLINDS AJFD 3H IDES, ' - Ii iii rlh ri inll hit irlnr BMtukni FAlKTBl Mil Emm & is. DRY GOODS, No. 19 Pearl St., Cincinnati. John I). Jonea, Ca'eb JO '. , S Gor. V. Jono ' ray J8 ly J: J.Jt WM. Ol CHX. WM aln i' anHCo MARBLE WORK! Uroailwax 1th .Marbli COATS k niltlSTÜl'HER. MSMl'rtCTVBBB or I'hn.icnc, t'niunhciic, Burning 1 I uiil ntid Njiirli Una, ALSO. ALCOHOL OF ALL STEKWOTHS, "ÄÄT1' J . . I'Ltm ahu iio bob kb Lamm, Wuouksai a 1.11 -1 . 1 1 a , 1- 1 Ktst flJ ts. Water Cure. M'HE TJaSTDEBSIGNED lo nil. ii.- piililie i! ul ttlfft ne it, ProtaptQc Via r or particulars, address mt. . pk: . CottarsOror June 22-Cia- COUNTRY "Ml i lirfl.L li WKI.I. TO CAM VI our la rpn stock of Books ii mant and St. to v l L octltl JjjQ MoneV." TTTia 4M i.vvj jvr. It. C!,.1tKtatbltnwitor,er.ol'or liOUKB keeps couslanil) jB ' I omj if) to n. II has been jathir system fot ys, Secret " "na general ntorl dul'l dl- s""1. of Jewelry, watones, LlOCKS, llvorspoons,ror, aud i a great varn tv of FAÄCV AlvTICI.ES, sueii as are usually kept by jwIta. He Is pte pared also to repair old Jewelry, aad to clean and repair clocks and watches rn reasoaabl terms and at ibort tiothto. II wills gold In etcbs'ign for goo V :-: t ...... taks old s'teeran Juri" I 'ii I S b J10USB, i is mi an apol in, ivniu . , , D.P 8L0A. IPEOPBILTOR. lulys in ui u tou uouns. FERGUSON &YBOS Il ro,. -Itli n CIBCIIIATi MARBLE WORKS. Vraieri llov p. t'nlliisrlile Nt, asaa B si fl 11 1 1 1 IfflHlE dUNi VIOKAI . Blei lien laf 22 ' fur Urave l.ol, at l , elm S. Fi RODMAN, Merchant Tailor, BE BOOM iiile and I. Mil Hi:i tan ah WHY WILL . yUy you can colt ud KI.!! KAkKI I of .tlomly's Tonic l i hrirngr', which li warranted to core KVKK AND AOtTK poruioiionlly an uoiio tolurii the lame leaiop. NO CURE -HO PAY. I'rlco 91:10 per boUloa Km salu at ,.. i ".tf Out, door North of the ol let II. .us. ft AND SHOE, i largoitami m. ' Bonis and Shoes lh UW SUCH a l aVO . I l ouilio i , lor sale by LlaM KiVHAKqUIlAlt. iadvertisem: i Tan a. lutTta. rhou.e No. 19 Front ttreet betwoe Main and We Mnaraetare a cob bTkcr,ftreailrenla aod .luniiility .and eaac or operation. We plare this ii.eful eoatilTane en all tlieaoT mill, by wbi b mintmh eoarert acora mill in to a lock feed mill; b :t a few toiaates' work to r.nl In on and lake ft off. We maaubcturo portable mills, alucle and doriMe ecari-d, 'bet quality of f reoch burr,) V ßrl premlnir a the bertrnllU tttttB' :' r"T S la- . law mill, it rni i! beloo, Ua of -era ' ?K , :, mJ ;,Mi,!to5iB' ery, averloa to oelwty. Ue of FeHtwoe. Tiand i"i.owr -t the Ohl Stair Viir i). KelM!ica, lhrtlnwa, He4 Act, Paia ia 7aawaraod a premium ai!d ti l ibeid, ABetloa ol the Kje, Fitap. Maates, I'ti"!' of uorubl boro oowcr ' KKOM I HE FKKMCH OF UR B. DK LA FT. ,, Miour artlrlt-i fbr aV of ' The ImporUnt fact tbat the alarattf cObb- n...f.io-. ..m Hh.'iw none aow In uo. . . - am wsrrtUKHi us rcpren-ii wm v r roit of ira.idonattoa, and lb Iption.or te.Uiuonlaali of merit dreier Iho, itere tr o;,r bad al fttet.ir h beu wo tike a il'!'. drCU riaar TIA I straub to ran an id lac Burrow , Co, t ran ascoan tbul. Stranb to run a 29 Inch I'.u rrOWB & Co, to tut Hlnuih tornn a -C Inch Barrow dr Co, lo ma Ik- pitch eaiue, tbat h' , SO lnh i.;ill. In h mil! . atllr; .min ill. append aeballut(e to(Ti an of cor, ich "Urnen of Uiu aoaU mi in u arlit. ate PairU II vou doliitrs nn be cowardly; there i nmh- ralght tuto the aaorit ilnof o thlag. loAAl ire A Co. SÜOTT'S Little Giant CORK & GOB Mil Bm aaa,. J W m a al aft al as m Pau d .nay 10, is.ir. doiihCes on among the most tmpor- well 8.:- inUeraal a tbe I; ret y and tu to 3 hnndred llt., areordlu; lo n oprstlon by the farmer In SO I avpBf or mucbanlcal ald,thi-i M-ryHlale Fair from .Ml souri laMsrv- l Kail, and tbat In ttia most compii- tnaiiner. Mills are guaranteed Initio moat nosttlv agalnit H renk sc or derancTaeiil, and sd tarrush feed from ear earn, aad grits nnu ti) from shelled coro, with .laVgvwaaf I eonvenlonso for fhrm parpo, never ul-rrlber Is now prepared to furnish the of Franklin County with Improved pat d slaws, to suit tbe varied want ol all. U ouW.I at $ir complcl, ready lor at tb team, and Warranted to crush, of dvy haalielsof teed per hoar wUh one bora, al S'". wlllcrnsn 15 bushels porhcor. it IM, Mill crush SO bushels jxr bour with ' far I tor Uo.e mills will uo delivered la BreakvlUe, i lare on the Canal j at the Maanfactarers p T.A.:oouwi.N, Sn4 Agent for Franklin County Proclamation. TJTTHEBEAB, lh" extraordl e w eed-'iii'-i! itea.anJ for It ml Ulli. Ill's PlCK.TIIl'.vi .- TII ARIOK, has Induced envious persons to palm off other articles similar in nam and appear. R'.re, bulah'tdutely worthless, which ha a tsn deacv to Injure tbe reputation of the genulae article, purchasers should be particular to ask fcr "Wright's" Premium Kihrton, and they may rely on receiving au article, oaequalkod tor IU vlniies for restoring a decayed head of hair, for cool, rerrr.htng and delightful application during tho bet weather, removing ell dwagreoBble -n- Mtions of dtxtiueaa aad headache, and for th k Mottet ithas never bad an equal for It pleasant t and delightful fragrsnr. In thousands of lesllmoaUls ar a snSkiant ! gturanto for IU completely restoring a decayed head of hair; Tor reatoviiig all dnudruff; for prc i '-'.liijt Its falling off, whether from sickness or diastase; and entirely dispensing with Ihe Bse of I hair dyes, a It excites lbs secretion, producing a supply ol lu natural pigment or coloring matter. j Klvtwta-lo hair a dark, glossy appearance, with a Kor tale by every druggist In the city, and by drugs: I and munbanu ibroogboul the Ubllrtil .Slat' eml iltseoitntlo wholesale dealers, i .'j ( slits perholtle. Agentt:- Vllle; 11 Agiili, i, J. W. M'.ody , llrook Kulrfleld. vtholesal i in. in naii, i. T J A S D A L E ' 8 fllW YOYK DYE HOüOJg A FOiTl 8T0- lit. ..lot '..'.'Mil..' I loll III y. Unods seal by Ki nns, will hvpronip VV. TBASOALB. äi -I MM Ai dee ll illy MEAT CUtTERS. XtJZ HAVE A LAlOEWmT OR HARDS W -I il' a uvtwts. both of Wood and Iron lot cutitaji Haaaasaj tu.. It u ins I dh CO, rr Merket ..aU.t'liira .no. tiiun Sw dm win cirrs ' ' -.-. A A. JEEPS t i n ituia i.rrn J riff, si c rrr iiieris unu tetnHkttl Yevere, and O'en.ral De WRIOHTIT0Illjm AHD AOUI IS A Ks.Vs.lt S AII INO RstsfRDV. vio-ral liesUlh and lansror Iv is aavii iiixri stliljf 'tl PnVr ahd Aifiie I-- BsSej omg tfaa al versal I I ) astantly o I . . i ., mists and V dole '41 Msrketst-, l'l MS, ItSsMpala, Pa, rhantsgei erally Tobel Vi M W. a .e. I '..(...- . i i. .rcliaiitsjff v and D. it. IU: MHi : WOK KS, fi...i;., v.. , i n uts ant FruitH, ll. MYERS. , bei. fifth and KUtb.West VaV.IIIIJlVtO. VYbolesat and JOI aosvt Alaji. si Hide. CUVt'IiXNA'ri. tcr All orders pr inptly Sited and packages wsrrautcdf uii weight. Mov. u,iNM,f7i r. ERTISEMEKT8 J U (1 A 1 M Seed Store. 42 Lowsk Maust i 4U w crarciiBATi. r ! a litre mmmmm a Amrt- ttltttrallmn; 4fAlprtlciartUiio iu oar ' in rm area .r sin, C attr CV , CkUi MUU,&c. it raltv i..ardi. EUFFHER, MaSiiiCctrratf Oealenia P A P R , and Walal aad il GROCERS, V. E COB. WSfTXBJIBOW A PEABL RS, ixitri. o. CT The htffhen market price paid for SACS. OLD KuPKandoUMrpaparatook. nor lSSSly X USIATIStI! Jnat Pnblihe: A KfW I)lcTtry Ua .IrdtrlMrt I .v x words on v L k 'mL! R 1 Treat rSP rrboot M4ietM of WAtiuSM DeMiUy, Lew JtZ Kpirlu, Weak) mt W JF1'- 'h Bek,l4iw,lla- it1a and i elaiaSa aftay aily we roved vrnorf ai lu UH fft !ea.onvt I the rolirriT new and Mr Iii inceeatl l IT T TT , ,, , . - Aibr, fally iwT. by I at) of which ctery r.p la enabled to cur biai- ! MT Sfiwv,siib i -Mpmmwm mYm. 'S thereby ill U,o d.erUi "S "Bl 10 ? addre.. trmt.., ana pt by ro rriltlnc fpot twh)) t ir. B. U LaBBcy , t. 17 Uliprua' few York TOuLl) FRIKNDSAND NEW. rpHK PAHTKEBfEIP Of BATULUT BTJB X ton liciM dislr i, J wlah lo Bay a few word to my old friendi aud the rottoawi t af tb lal firm . ! bars concluded to tovoie my whole lim Tailoring Business. I hare modelled and rrStted the t ore rormeriy cupiedbv tbe 8rm, Juft opfettir tbe Court Mo-, and haTin rcirlTd anew and Ii laaSJIal Clothes, Cuimers, Tweeds. Vesting, &c,. eke., ftc. Kront tbe city , 1 v. Ul make to order vry decrir tioii ofclothin. Prora my lobo exriccc,sai ih uniform tatiifseiloa brtoSr tun.. I feet cokfldent tbat I rlial! t able to girt eallr aod ( .11 r rttrfartn to II i ft may gtm at a trial. Ny Btoclt will alwyn U (ooiitl com plot evory. thin pcrialnlnf to th bain, an. I eflbw Bt ftBlilonabte ktii, will be kept oa band, and mi. .oftbO OMfcttaatldwOLB lale,awell OS tbaM wnatin foodt of a cheaprklnd aaaTeall wits trie auraae th.it Iber wilt be au'USed. I truat ihosu who have known ltad patronlaed aw for many years parr, win sfa mm wp naath light of Their patronec,nd 1 ball vr at) my ii.lckvoi to f ir same satisfaction that I haveiiiTariabbrdene be motor. TOM BUKTO. Brmttubrr tkt Plate and tHmam r fie aar. tonuerville,Jun i&. At ihoxlfbried Largest and Cheapest j CARPET ESTABLISHMENT. In the United State; So. 17 31 at t- X. C. i'iM. U.T,i Co., iBBrmrtor E tig I lab and f reach Carpalt dive specie as l rooms. W bavs now on band tfca asost xter - sir and elogaut acsortasaait frtch sbIb1kb VJ. vuU, l'apeU7 a4 Srusaehi Carpets ei er offered I In this markoi; Imported from the eelalsratod Erg I lab maauraeton vi John Cfoply St Saas, aaa . c tally for our tify trade- Aln,SO0 ploee of S plv Taptv, lngrslB aa U. ißue, flue aud eocBmen Ingrain VeUo aaS namask Stair Carp.it. Also,-.no places of tngltsb t and American Floor Oil flota eflbMweisi;les I satin Saish, mark la Italia) Fresco aa4 g stall Pa hstingv, from 8 Ivel lo 3 fal wiJe, at all prices. Ms, iBigsMl and sb t tssaafk a asaau.iii if rich aud legaul furisiul. ls,Clll Cotarleo u.d Window Miadcs. The public ar tt ere for reqaevted to exaaalae aar largo stook. waioh aafl I be melt show n at all tiu as. Our imsiiM all rnaliH to ba la MHM atdrr ami will hp ssaM , eu. aper thanibc cheapest. . . I . M.llin A Li , St tV. . t. IS. r 11. va .ft- m mmm . en. booksellers, Publishers fe Stationers, 43 Hain Street Cincinnati, VWK have one oi Ihe taigas and be.t aaswrtod ' stocks tii the West. Oar itock ib'isbuBS lbs tt wortti ou Theoiogy, Medicine, Lam, jafeussssss Agriculture, History, Travel, Talf, Memoirs, Phxkmfkm, fc. snda cotaptsuajsortmebi of ailiaoioti lrabK Miscellaneous Books published. OuratwCk. f SCHOOL HOOKS aisraees all books af mem as4 lata Wees A the s i 11 1 je Book loth Un oa. Our stock f e,er variety ot Kianh Hook from Ui- small M. raaduaa B..a k to the latwe aw- por-rojal Lodge wig every adlcla sate la the coui!ing-rooaia We hao forkhe Country Maswataatafail varl 1 ot Letter, Cap and Note fsper.Ku,. topos, Wrap per. Botjiiil Boards, Ink.sVc., the. our own fublieatiuas a ra too well ktowa a worksot iheBiBThaet merit. i.. leqejrc nsor. li.aa as snoiieratka cfthe asost krunlsssi hie ore CLAMtCti (.OHM LSTJKi , '. UfVtTSCOM !i '.- Works. Re' i mi's sin teat History, Flutarch's Lives. Spoliator. JosttphDs, 6tr. Wa Invite all wbodeallii,or purchase hooks, ia give as rsU,ea we are couSdeul we can otfer them sack tadaco asent as shall be mutually Ik. Set I . UTHQ6HAFHY k EifiKAVIIS. Views ofBolldinga, LAnerVBa, Fortratta. IM ploniss, .Msi.s.Sbow Cards. Boista.ssWejAataSBH tX kxehance, Labels. sVe. See. MIIHU.K I ( A W At. LA CS. ' SoIIJ WaliiutMrai,OddPeUows Halt. Cincinnati. Nov. 1 1 ,1W 47- lyr. PAT S W T. 1 Spring addle Tree. TEB ORE AT LABOR and ezpenso, we ar . now enabled toiuriTtsh tbt se anrlvalleS Tree "'naaailty t short noti r, . Trice, fJMirh. cash. lirNTEK.t OUURS.HliMstSTOJI RA BR, Hol manufacturers aad wl olr.al dealers la Kad diary, Hardware S4 Coaak I rimming. Ma. t t horch Rulhttng. Walnut slrel, Cla4aatt0tMe Waalaohave" afallsuppl) ol our I'stsbv list PsTBSa. LLE COLLEGE. T now scad; terveela oi vuns:s;eriieiDvaana muni ia Isffetd lbmthsbet offaelllUee forobtalulnaalhoconab ednratt, n. Thrbaildtag is larewaad eeaveat ard of tnstrac- lion will betacraaaed as ti dSSased. Tboscyoetjfa lojcrailaatrat older lesttt lirihe preparatory at classe are not too lares whey the are nottauft in .ol.i laatnntions. tiatlntl. wilt receive ai-pr s of the Instslio tsaieveaprefer 1ll wcl'lo BC ro, whee stv .nxeateoee, sad r y. I nates. s iadles, on ft ad .iiploasa. tellies, aearlh r ee. Yeaafl rlslltys. .r re rres et M to . m illsvoaol fot - rn'sf, .tdr, ss KK.Kr! SMS SIS board tlicm week. The prices o S'..wijrMuarurwli advance payment. 1 HMkville 4. r.b. .4 I STIUMMILII I see. FEEL & SONS. l.'IXt IXNAVI DYK linrSE, Na. tT4 Wssiani airi, 1.. i - ioi r.rU mt WsliaietJloBse.. i- iAII.O. ST1 1 ,M'mm I ") hi,.ii ""'" " e eytsssjw nmliiirhl van are I. .f the ye to eetor Udis color! aheautllel H Urveli.aad kit shodi ranr, I'arpl Sky fawn, tirslt. I rem I Minion Will baiiiaT ehliipr) , h Hko- i i j sjaeOeven.Udles al ts.bul.rs sssHIII 1 . If 's . I . ' 'is w . $ .. few, lrw, I si i filter Preb, mm. i poMKieet, partis as! at . . utt is t.) Ma .als., lag, table ad ti U ol aUstadse! atertae, . - . ittooat ia)rWftgoUa r. novated and aaede to ll lavtteS teealleSMtta 1 1 rose aaitki) eoe, 4 .ih am lilies m live pee . sin i-Is. e, Iber Its I Uftw hmlsjes Ita. n Xmru ih We i . ii ay saaeraeesst MElHINt SHOP, AT THE D HOOK Vi LLE COTTQX FACTORY. v WILL BIRCH, If AM I Ai 11'REs. OF MVEKAl lOITI OP ill M-.vuidPssil eilsra, H.o.i, CSara aWI lcr, florae I'-.e. n, lb nMag laBili.s. Ar. All kludsi.f Pslsnt Mei-biaet-y wo and Sited t order, y aSert aitan. wkaai 4 Serrw rat Is ss) phili u- . i, lap, .ml Dies ' 1 ,,!'' '' riv.-i ... rapsttv in; hi. am ICneln, IUI (.Brlac, si. a ail k teds of M.ot. ,,rr. i sst'ngs firntshed ulahavt . lerats rleaiiinaiMvi