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THB VAWBY PARMBR-OEVOTEO TO THB TRUE INTEREST 8F PAWNERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MBN.
VALLEY FARMERi lfr BBBS swtwa JM tßH - SBBBS . - k At 11 in t a ' lu üianus, 'doing ino noaec win te oat in nu t to the ciumu of ' luVlll..,.UI..I, ...iK- oval ühiK'. lhcn, bv taking a ; capacity of large corn matter, it wn bo trim- w!f? .C1i? O ' Tinker nnd Ctt'pni : ' r, med into proper shape. Great ' mir,'Ljel'lit' ft Lour. orMrienen and strict PUNCTUALITY are hi recommendations f tae CaaittM on the sub tt OttftOrtact. Its titan 191 entering upon the sub- report, a few words of r be m place. At meeting of the County Agricultural the above question was t for the December meet- iog tf tb Society. December in came not the of titie committee the We that the committee heJ net collected as many facts aoi ebwenrations upon a subject thef is of so much importance to the faming interest as they tiewk thrn to be: true at the De ceaeser meeting the question was ftmniiiil ray freely, and the onlnfftaf liil observations of many Ae had turned their attention trttissobpet, were given at health and those opinions have . 5 at 1 iL 1 gooeoot totnepuDiic; tncugn laai wee flnnt jnt n report was at the hands of the at a future day, wheth- a view to learn how little the committee knew ob ttto subject they cannot say, and the reason tor delaying the report fhk time, was that they ssUht collect all the facts upon the tobject they could: but the is approaching when those to engage in hedging will fee east themselves about wtifarfew to fixing for the busi naM'ani! that the report whether (of good or ill should be forth eesssajr And when it is oonsid estttha nearly one-half of the wfJdft of the fanner lies in his liSm U will be admitted that Uriels e enbject of much import aaea to that class of the commn- We said that nearly one- tie farmers wealth lay in Imagine if yon own orjour neighbor's This can i L k Faruuhsr's store. Ill I Olro mt call evsrv hn,1r nd 1 will wnrrm.t JUM 1 'OJ care should be taken to close, 6troug, firm base l ,1 I... iT iL . i . uc uoue uv niiuwiiig Ulf lUWör i Shop 3 doors Sörth of Llrtek branches to extend out, in all stances, so as to form a base at i mtucHon. MM TB BBILÖSÄS. miogsof the third year can be; HORSIEV & EHlEHj done in the same manner as that frontstreet ,bet .western of the second. The fourth and Row and john, Cincinnati, S'lhaoAimnt vnar rrimminm tili OHIO. have tojbo done monthly with the ko'fc, oreserving at all times the own county or theoounty of But- other side l the row and trim off XETrttiei fir Cnolr lerOhio, who advertised that : the other half ts before, in so WUöö V1UUÄÖ. toey wouia lurnisn me omnia, prepare the ground, set them out, , cultivate them, and furnish von I .,- -. w ' a fence proof against the morals of any kind of stock for 62 1-2 cents per rod, t.iis for 40 rods vjuldgive $25, and when every item is cardiiiUy footed up, per haps this amount will not prove to be much above the maximum cost of hedges. But to particu larize. The plants will cost from $2,50 to $3,00 per M., the farmer may raise them for less, but we wil sa $3,00 as the maximum price; 40 rods gives 1,584 plants five inches apart, this will give a sura of $4,75 with a small frac tion over, then to prepare the ground and set them out with that er.re that is necessary to insure their growing, we will put at 20 cents per rod, including the first year's dressing; this gives $8,00; for the next three rears we will put the cost at $2,00 per year, thi wi'l give you a hedge four years old at a cost of $1 8,75 for forty rods, and here we will stop our calculations, supposing that from this time forward it will re quire no more attention than a rail or board fence, and if any imagine that they can raise a hedge at a less cost than the above figures show, bo assured we will not quarrel about it. Altho rrNTI. ADVERTISEMENTS DR. FORSHA'S Alterative Balm, 'A BALM FOR EVERY WOfTND.V FOR INTERNAL AND EXTER NA I. USE. nt i f i a mis ojiim is warranted it re lieve all Kh unatisms, Strains in the !5iir-. iv .Spiual allectiou and Dynpepftia, Headache, or Stilt Nf ok, Toothache Earache, Sore Throat, Soreness in the Breast, Stomach or Bowel-, or Burniug in the breast, astnma. Bronchitis, K ANl HARltf AOTUKKBOP iji obaeco and Snufl OBALP.R AN Aaron A, Colter, citi. advertisements, ( i- rf.AiYFjmsEMgm v r - .-h. a t Ml Ä a Jai OROCKRY PKODUC8 AND ( aMaeaBWaä JVi . UA1K UU'lf Letnf Tobaceo, ILVLL'S IMP BBCUSiMOH Wltli riuruii FOR PlVJi D um. . atiiA i . K tJOHNEKOP RKVKKTM Ami MAIN tfTil. Cl.NCI It N A T 1 OHIO. THIRD STREET, fTWF,E. W A Y & SYCAÜIORE, CINCINNATI. J WOOD6, PBOPBIETOF. PADDOCK ft MANSFIELD, At shave above described." And now that we have given the direc tions of Mr. McGrew, in detail, we leave 't for those who are en gaged in the business, to follow or depart from them, as their judg ment or experience may suggest. There is ono particular, however, that the wnter above quoted has given us no instructions upon; and that is, how to supply a vacancy in the hedge, in case one occurs; this may be done by setting other plants in their places, but from several causes the newly intro duced plant has not a fair chance with its older settled neighbors; it has been suggested, and we think it a good one, to take the most thrifty branches of some ol the or Frozen Parts, Cramp Cholie ! aud Bilious Cholic, Cholera Mor j bug, Pleurisy, Flux, Fever and 'ague, Piles, Corns, Fresh cuts or j sores, Inflamatiou in the head, jSton: eh. Bowels, or Kidneys, Board planed oubothsldet, of vartout tblckam 9,immpr COmnlilint of Children suitable for thalnikieflDNh ofhomca. OUUHIiei Ul IMIIIUICU I?!bllT'1Lf2"nit2.0f.5'rKb. Worms and luflamation of the can ImmM hre wli tucky. of 18.53, and Premiums nwiird oti accordingly. C. F. HALL. Sprains and Bruises, Burns, Scalds sKAL Esoravkr and Proprietor, nur lianii ALL XIKDJ pay lb nJÄBElTT BANK D A I R ft Seed Store, ATI. ( ort m o( hira Cattort, iltlM van. i:ar4a R. l!TTi r. tarert of Sahh, Doors, Blinda, Window Frame, Mouldings, Base Pilasters. Weather Boarding. White and Yellow Pine Flooring, Shelving for Store. Pailiog fer Fen- c e s bonoflt to poreona building In the country, as they ; id establUbmentthoro is kept for sale an extensive alltbe materials ready icfrkmanVt um T,n.,!- onrl P.rniin made oflu nber. tUorouM seaaoued for finikin. wvv",lv" -w", bouses. In the Lumber Yard connected with this j Wfnrlfl Tnvor 14 aue 18 vr.T rot I.Noat tohii 18.M NTIOI.I. I (ciits valBo. aoeollec i.4 lyr Dr. J. PETTIT S aaaortmeut of Lumber for all buildiaf purposes. Sash prtned andplned.constantlT on band. All orders promptly attended te. TEKMM CASH. Vnv ,1 1 UK, At , m . . , moses he -cretiou NEW BOOKS this part of the subject is sugges-1 contiguous plants, bend them live of more than has been said, j over, and bury their tops in the we shall here dismiss it, and j vacant spaces. This we tnink say something about preparing j well worthy of trial, as we feci con the ground, the dressing of the tide nt that this would supply the hedge, and such other matters as ; vacancy as well as any other plan are properly connected therewith, that could be adopted. Having and in doing this for the want ot given the directions ot Mr. Mo AT Moore, Wilstach, Keys ft 25 WMT FOURTH STREET. CtKCtKSaTi,OBl0. THE OLD FARM HOUSE, By Mrs. Caroline II. Butler Loins: . A bea ' tifolsnd aOecllug story. 1 vol. IS see, IUostra. The reason why this balm reeehee ell thee is because it reduce inßarnation, and . u i. v - v .4 V 4 aUU MC. .www m j a ... i into action. Thie power is owing to the peculiar combi action,' of medical proprlte wlthont their beiug neutralised. The medi. cine is perfeetfnlly safe, not containing auy S deadly pouton, oi mineral. It will, if used freely, act Immediately upon the liver, and all other eecreetlve organs. Send the following; Cert if irutcs. Certificato of Dr. J. U. Jordan, late Resident EN- Physician otthe Fourth Street Cholern Hos. pita!. ted tiJli THE NOTE BOOK OF AN OLISH OPIUM-EATER. 1 cu cheerfully rocommeno the AlteraUve Bt Thomas DeQuiocey, author Of confessions Salin to the public knowing as 1 do, thai it is Cloth 0lfUU opiame""- CU- lI01- m " n excellent article. I used It with good DOESTICKS: WHAT HE SAYS: j effect in Cholera, during my lete connection By Q. K. Phllonder DoesUcas. P. L. itloatra. with the Fourth St., Cholera Moepita Inthie ua- J.T.0.. 'ÜTJ'j!?;. . city, ince f crtmp oaiu it t THE. .iNULilisli UKf JrlAö; Or, a home In the new worU. By Mrs. Holmes. W. W. FRY BARG ER k CO., WnDUniLS& IIET41L DcaLSRSiM Dry Goods, Carpets, Paper Hang ings, CHINA. GLASS AND QUEERS WARE, Woote, ' hoc. Hate Cauis, Ktrttw Getoda A.c, AM) MANUFACTUBERS OF ijom:ts Asn hamh u: , COXITERSVILLE IND. may I '55 ly rHIS AETICLE IS preseated to pit. public as an KxUraal ! Kemedy, aroldiair the I Stain nnd dai s;erallend- I Kye-srasbea, with aaea I runces oflts valne as a ! cum fur Die varloasdu I eass "f the EYE. t. jcsstsos. J. BCTTkRI UCbS. i. ri JIIOGlMTTEllW&flM WHOLESALE OG I MT r .rl aeeeee.eee.. ISAAC STAUB &CO., MILL VACTOBT. cerner I ,,i Frcnt ana Jobs treeU.ClBClauau. Wirt. , bonse u. 10 Frort street between Main and ! Womantifartore a rob Broaker.ofereal strength I and durability .and eaa- of ope ratios. ! v e place this useful contrivance en all sires of I mlllr,? wWehtaeaM wh'eODferta eorn arHl 1s Ui a stock feed mill; b .t h few SBlaataa' work to ' nut in An and take It off. Vt e raanufseture portable mills, StMrte end desjMe iceared. (best qiililf of grench burrs,) vt triad wheat, rom.and slock feed . ealrolatpJ fiw Moaia.wbier an4 horse eower. Thea sollts hate been run by steam and horte bower In competition sealnsl .the other make of mlTo of led a I.eaotiful stiver mrdal Oar mills the iwo flrtl premiums as the beet mills n ual Talis of our Mechanics' Institute. Portable sawrniTIa, to be ran by atoatn, tors power. This mill was exbtMtedia to hoce power, it the Obte .Sjafct F'.'. kasi it a ss awarded a premiam asd r S. & H. r.UFFNEE, Manufaetarers aod feaJerefn F A flli aod Vboleale and Kcaail GliOtERS, U.Z. COB. WEST FEE BOW PXAB1 ITt, OIJSfllATI, . CTTa hlirwcat mutemt prtec pat4 for K ACS, tor ISSSrjUV "' Diacerrerg 1 1 j !Sa. S WEST FI HE. And uro. au . W, tndby Urugg'Ui & .'tedi sncl Weakness' i Cts. ! r box . Y pi.ru ble bf.ne riffc tr articles, lor ease 51 JIAIJl STREET, I PKCUM UOOR AhoVE SIXTH. ' vo. six! ii street, i n0. 82 Sixth St. bet. Walimt & Vine, OLHCLNNATI, 0. CIECIKKATJ, OHIO. r. x. h. AKSRKws. Tbe most exteaslr t sjr best Sifcnu.'sctnrer in the l'nttrt.1 Stales. ORIJ1?i ATOlt OF ALL .MiWHTTLEf.: Has taken the Ma-hett premium at a'.l tho E&aääV i tion: Hua the best Biati;als ciieap fr cash, SAMPSON &ü IMPOBTKKS AMD DBALCT.S IW 9i 'city, is cms oi crtmp . stomach and Uownls. I also used it In a caae experience ourselves iu tbe case, we will give an extract from the Patent Office Report, of 1854, Grew, at length, we will take the liberty of giviug a statement made by Mr. C. r . Clarkson, at furnished by James M. Grew, of the December meeting of the so Day ton, Ohio, and we ahall give ciety, of a hedge which ho saw in it just m his own words. j Illinois, which he said would more "Preparatory to setting a hedge effectually resist the aggressions the ground should be thoroughly of stock, than any hedge he ever of Inflamatiou of the kidneys with tbe Itap. piesteflect. Fr-wn my knowledge ef its ir ues, in the above disease and others, iu which I have used it, 1 have no hesitancy in pronouncing It supetior to any medicine hitherto offered to the public with which have become acquainted, and would cheer, fully recommend it to the public. J. H.JORDAN, M. : Cincinnati, Sept. 1st 1849 broken up to the depth of 12 or 14 inches, the lands being at least ten feet wide. By setting the plants in the centre of the lands there would be left spaces five feet wide on each side to cul t;vate. When the hedge is to be 'jet along the site of an old fence the latter should be removed the year pre Tioua, and the land broken i t A stV Al -a: j v i I'D ana cultivated . Alter me HUWeu Ol t Wut, . gruuuu uns uccu tuuj ptcjimcu, the row should be staked off, and a line stretched along it to work by: The holes for inserting the plants should be made with a pisjoted iron, twelve inches in lencrth. and three and one half DslMltT hiT fife and flood, and how farm would be reduc- tbIoo in your estimation: aäd this reduction in value will jrjsjt bin pTwportion to the fenc üifJwBterial growing on the prem ithii growing material for fenc inf i tUestoountry must from r become increasingly it is with a view to scarcity of fenciug tiie tanning oom Uirned their ttteo- . jm. . . m A . a a a ttrnto hedging. And what is tfat tree, shrub, or plant, most likefy t ncceed for this impor lliaphlUiliim, is tbe all im poftaat question; and the eom mittee think ttut among aU the spoken of or re- for this purpose the is likely to succeed aa ayv other. Bat while we think chejftces in the favor of this plant, we woold try to knpresa upon the sftWdeofwoae who are about un oaking the bnaineas of hedg iikifaftt it wiS require great oafetojoake a fence of it that will tarn stock-, and any other rät of no oae. The reasons fla eonosittee think it will fit hedging, ate, 1st It is sfetrenniwl ahrob, 2nd. It has pmntbe nfloienüy hardy, toated the winter of hiarher laü- saw, east, west, north, or south. The proprietor had pursued a course of planting and dressing similar to that recommended by McGrew, for the first two years, after which he abandoned it to its own instincts, to use his own lan guage as quoted by Clarkson, he "let it rip." This plan, though it may be a saving of boards and rails, it certainly will not save any land. Here we shall leave the subject of the hedge, aud pass to that of the, board and rail fence, j ü l -c i j j i:i, anu Urt Ul UOtUUS, UUU tuia ( merclal.eotton-baiina-CltylikoKew York. The .iL.. iL:- Ml ........ ;n .lew rors Mercury once rorciwy remarked mat it many other things, will vary in i nfta- MTer known , hard, f npin:, screwin:. ava different localities, we will, as in I -SlV-'in.:." L.llrnX; the case of the hedge, take 40 j KSfS.ia inches in diameter at the top, (rods forour calculation, 40 rodswill, 10 maivieuaiua, oui u aas never ovwu uiimiwiui vol. 12 mo, 75eonU. THE ENGLISH WOMAN IN RUS SIA. Or, Impress Ions of the Society and Manners of the Kuesla s at b.ime, By a Lady, tea years real dent of that country . With Illustration. I toI . ISmo. $1,13. miss Howirrs school of LIFE. i volume, IS Sao. CHRISTIE JOHNSTONE. A novel by Chafles Reads, l vol, 43m. 7i JOY AND CARE. By Mrs Tu thill. 1 12mo. C3 cents. PEEPS FROM A BELFRY, Bv Shelton. 1 vol. 19mA. Recently published and for sale by MOORE, WILSTACH, KKY8 & CO. Jul, 87. SA West Pourth Street. BRO0KVTLLE BANE WILL allow Interest on time Deposits made after thu date la Ohio or Indiana currency, payi ble in similar funds, By order of the Board, J. W.UITT, Cashier. Brookvllle.Fab. IS, 1855. rrurjB aw tobk tblbitke. iw-.-the X 'JK1MUNE is now in the middle of it fif teenth year; Vol, XV. ef Its weekly issue com menced on the 1st or nepiemoer last, rue Am erican publto need not sow be made acquainted with Its character or claims to consideration. With bat a subordinate regard for prudaoee, pol icy or popularity. It has aimed to stand for Right eousness, for Truth, lor Humanity, against fortin ed iniquity, Fraud and Oppression. There it not a slave-trader on this Continent, though he may never read anything bnt his bills of sale and notes payable, who does not know and kale the Trtbnne; there Is not an extensive fabricator of attacked with the Asiatic Cholern; and oruggou ana poisonous Liquors wno noes not con sider It a very dangerous and immoral paper, and wonder why Its publication is tolerated in a com merclal, cotton-buying Lity UKe new York Citlnat Glans and 4uccnarare, 5o02 Main Street. 3i1oors belnwtbiid, maylfily CtXQXTISATT.. Joy to the World. VTOTtvrrilSTAKDl.NG the ' l.dy8 e trj - nd wjih wbi' ti I think he locreaslBSj iemand II that are acuuaiuted It for them- "erierqoal- r-rouces. i soj tc:- This is tu certify that in the summer of 1848, I became so very lame and weak in my back, occasioned by that I could not sit down or get dn without holding- on to some object. 1 was advised lo try Mr. Foisha's Altera tive Balm. By ' bathing it six or eight times, my back was perfectly restored; and 1 have felt no sympton of its return since. My wife, also, Iras used it for Rheu matic pains, headache and toothache with very beneficial results. J.J. YEAKLE. Dec. 1st. 1849. ntrd imicJ edv seems de'.urmined to Imvo a H j v onie on, rilonue; 1 have City with a freh supply, twill be sble to supply lor this popular tove. with iu mestts sl.mkl co selves. If you im- in don tiles, J can give you three hundred ALSO, A large number of those beanUfnl afli popalar ' Paragon stoves on bant!; very heavy and dnrablo. Premium stoves of all sises and kinds. I Parlor, Meeting Hooso, Sek ool Bouse and Shop Stoves; to suit all. A GOOD assortment of tin ware coertantlT o; hand. MERCHANTS san be snüplied at Cincinnati prices. jr7lloasework done to order on short notice. Thankful for the paatfavorxl would stiH solicit a share or public patronage. it. n ulka. Counersville, May ilMimo. I :rh enables Mm t SUPERIOR WIHL0W BLIHB6 AND SHADES, Allows others sell Inferior articles, PAI3TK1 and GIL 1 Ml A UES of beauillol designs. BCFi and WHITE Holland filada, Trimmings. Fixtase err. 51 OltK (BAUES palated and tottered toer der. KepairtBKaiul Jobbing In general attendw mil BiisEBsTi. aCCi'BSSOBS TO J. I. AC. JOTVES, Wiiofoaalo Dealers in v DRY GOODS, No. 19 Pearl St., Cincinnati. operation, siaial.clty-waefuinesa an' durability, are iirpasscd by none now in fSsVL,,- A II osfr sittcrL-s are warranted as retireseote. c r 1 , tie tala atonr cost ef Irs asportation, aod She 1 Itv a foil decr1ptl0D,or tsaflsaonlesl of mtrlt mi 'I nc ulu-&, we rsfcr thoea Interested lr oar i i s.tLlU, to be bad at factory , whera we take a Ol.-Ature tn explain each artjele. i IfoTim Mr. Kimble, the partner of J. H. Brr rows.whna exhib tlrg a Barrows salll at oat I Slate fair, last feit, was boisterous abost his mrtl; i end eouragcousry entered Into a varbxl agree nient wUk snetajrrinsl corn Utas: Whoa, orgnnd I tbe otnet. regarding quality and quantity, was to , be Uienwneref both asHls, at each audereryriJl riRSTTattkL. trsab to run an 18 Inch mill; Barrows diCo. to ran a 2S Inch mill. 1 r sjTr.ut. j Straub to run a ir3 inch milt Barrows dr. Co. to tun aC lach mill. Tuina Taut. I Strnnb torun aSCraea mfll; Uurroiri A- Co, U ran a 90 lacU mill. I When the pilch came, that bolster oat co rag , ttepped au To tbe above I nowappend achaKcuc togriin: .cob-feed out of whole ear or corn. j wilt van my W inch 'Qaeen of the Sonth," I ' with a cob breaker a'-taehmcnt. the same article . that look tbe premium at V ' 'l.'oStat Falr'aet ' fall, against a 4 inch Borrows -,iM, and "vVsn. .trwhrt's Ohio and Kunlucky Slock Peed Mills, ;ka iv! Jost Fnblialtcit: a !ecaT ta .icdtciDf! (1, A PEST Wi'KDSOS. l the KtntalTieslssesvt t ' ' ttut Xrdirta CS VT .. . tross ltrlrilitj. Lew ' I.;-, vt eki.neM ef t Esvr(.asaassa. ladt- stfeeSi sad Iwesv-t-acily for study aas4 tsV Lor, Dulisse's of Ajpe teaston.Losa af Mesa sjvr of Solru..le.TUt. .j. lieati Ache, Paha I i-s, Pimj letea Ute Isen, p i-B B. Det LASET, t thwto alanat-tg rosa nitj a rassot-r Mrnciaw. r!y (Jetnobstrateel; fend iy soerrssful tresrsstii, or, Ul aspUlixd. by is suabtad ta care htas last possi t.tr cost, avad sd noetrun s of the stay, itrt, sate fwtst frr. by re- -.,-u-t stamps ta Dr. B. SUevt. w York ery.evi ity, Sti tl s side Job i D. Jnes, i ft G. Uontlnft J. Jones. ASA IGLEH tvicaLCKs. jos. oLKsrn ias. at. olkkn WM. GLENN AND SONS, WHOLESALE GROCEKs. COMMISSION a- PUOBÜCE MaaccsKTS.Sortli-ea-toornerol Walnctand Col umbia streets, CtaciaaATi.Onto. mar 24"5ly probation to ran Mr. l'omoroy 's Corn Cracher, as an auxiliary, äboald my siegte arucia fail to trlndequal to quality and quantity to tbe combin ed production ef tbe two mills, (Just as you please, than yon can draw a few hundred doUars as stakes put vp. Oome.boVa -draft be cowardly, there is Both -lng like walWlnjttrslghi into the menu of n thing. ToJ. H. Bcasovrs A Co. msy 11 ly. TO (iL D F R I E NDS A N D N E W. : FT HE P AETNEB SHIP CP BATMAN V m. A oa being d! .n ro. I iah u a few wards 1 tu my H fnasvis and the eastamris of the late jflrm. I havs conciutled lo devwte say WBssft tbsae) Tailoring Brninen. '. I ha, e modalted ed rvtte4 the store formerly . oocupled by the Orra, Jun apfseeUe taw Cestsa Koure, aasf SBtvtag rrrtTvert anew ard sSaasMtBsn t sssortsaent af Clothes, Casimers, Tweeds, Vesting, . &c,. &c , ice. will make in arderrrarr descrip P retro Br v Love cxpe fleece, afed istorlion heretofore gtveav, I ieel bi. able to give CLtlre asm Nti.iT grvasaa atrial. s f found comx4ts every a bashssss, and of fbe meet i be kapv en band, and pew eoos taale. as we 11 as those h easier kind may caH vltfe Prom the el Uionofcloik sbsi fssbioaable kiad, wi sons of the most full w(itiaggeot! ofa E Bioadwayund K.ftli street. Cincir.i Monuments, Tombs, and Grave Mr.ntlct and Stateart . Babtisntal (Latcofjtnd Succeesorto Inglo, V barttn KealKstale Ageu Attornop at Luv ami Itpnlr'ttiitr. tirrnt. WUIattend to the Collection of D.bU, thepnr- i ..k,.i' ,i.il .. ii , t f 17 ... I K jl.lA .ni .1 A iu.i n,n. 1. . ' ' fosslonal business inlrutlcil to blm In Vandcr ! ti. rY.l?,lrJlni tu, n,riiui ,.,.,v .. bureh.und the adjoining cotlesio Indiana. KiTnVÄ15PÄW.1Ui Mrblc l(k cs, Marble its. Maural abinaland hand and j IT t'rru t ovl a tiik eaaxt RVAB5VILL1-.. I P mar 54 5S ly SCOTT'S SAMUEL KAELATT, BLACKSMITH, TO THE PUBLIC This ie to certify that, In Jnne last, 1 raw was collated nay havo done temporary injustice iL . t-.x - a. l.s. : .AnAla 10 faftf Innre ol- , to indivldualus, bot It bas never been unfsllhful W11Ü a apCKd lUW WUICO IB UlJJCl- ivo uu jjuuc x ivivv vufe, to princple,nordear to thecrles of the wronged ted a handle, with a pin at the ' lowing five board to the panel, ; - top of the socket, to bear the; each of them six inches wide, ; ffÄi0. foot npon in forcing the instru-j this would give 30 feet of boards lSftl mcDt into the ground in making ! to each panel, 55 pannels, 30 feet j niXÄü'Ä;:" the holes. These holes should be ! to the panel gives ICoO feet of i eight inches (we think five and boards for 40 rods of "fence. . ÄÄCÄ nur pnlfiilnttrtn 14 htmrfi on fivA Suppose this to C08t OO the ground, ervlng tbe public have been augmented In pro- OUl CaiCUIUlIUU 13 UUSLll I'll J I rr ... , , mr. nnn'n ln.tid of a ilnrls sdllnr Ith nna nr sj-i.it wi uuiiuicu,uu w "ww, iwoaasUtants.lU oraranlxatleu now comnrtses a 624, BS the pricfi of the boards, then nameron body of writers, each Sited by special I Moved of .til ditres, and la a few days was - - - i j i accomnitsnmeni ana exuerienca lor wo partim tor oo panels we want ono aunurca Urnni 0f discussion to which his pen is .ftv soon, n my phystcinn states in a state. I bed remained in this state some two hours, when my physician Infoi med my u in ly and friends that I could not possibly It- , and strictly forbid my wife permitting ani one f ivlup; m any medicine or nourishment whatever, aa It would only hasten my or ath At thi timeMr. Forsha came to see me, aud brought with him a bottle containing four ounce of his Alterative Balm, and asked permiesion of my wife to use It ou me, a he thought it would immediately give ease. I was immediately applied, and In less than ten minute I was r stored, ami was is a warm perspiratioa, prior to which time ray extremi ties worst cold, a clammy eweat was on my face and head. After the ose of two other Main Street.Koathof the Public Sqnare,Kaatsr! HrooKViiic. 'mi. LL KINDS OF BOLTS AMD Screws mead at ihr- norlei! no tice and In tho beet manner ALSO I par partlcnlarattentloirto repairing all kinds oi jaacninery, warrantee to be aa wall done and nlaalow pticos as cawbe found an where In the West, mats STOVES AND TIN WARE. COATS & CHRISTOPHER, MasrrAciraxRS or IMscvatrene, Cnmphrnc, Biuurn; fiuiü ana OF pirit Una. ALL STEENOTHS, ALSO. AT.COWOL 1 CORN ä CO 8 Mil' asfBsnK'B5''' ' ificialSsr". hisky, and Pure Spirits. Flcio ana Vrroscxifli Liar?, WnoLCsiLK isd RsrsasjU No. eCollcgo Building, Walnut St., Bast side, bclwocu Fourth and Fifth Streets, ru.yllv riXCI!fSATI, O. Water Cure. THE TJNDEESiGlfED EErjFECTTOXLY IB- I lurins t'io public that iiii imwi) effected watar Cure Klabllshmenl, near Liberty , Union County. 1 ndkauu, is in hticest'ul operation, lie bas bei'u a practitioner of the lljdropaibic sTStem for several venrs. both in Carmunyand Isi this eoan try. and'euubiutag wllti It sysiusualte- axrvises utter I'rofcs; or Link's system, wblck ll so sue ccssfully practiced in ihn (iyn.uastic H ills ot London. Petersburg and llerlin, bo Is enabled to, effect radical and speedy carea of atl cu-rable 4 eases as: Co sumption. Aslltms, Dyspepsia Scrofula, Rtionmstlsus, Gout, Prolspsuc Ukeri, t i; rvaturrof lue bpine, skc . For particulars, address DK. P. PEXTY, Cottage Grove, Union co.. Ind JunsSKJ-Oiu. . .rauco that Ibev will be sa'IsSad. I trust those ho hare keowa Hand palroaitad mo tor many years pant, w ill again bestow npoa roe thf tight of their patronage, aaxl I shall asaall deaTOrs to give the ant satisfaction fast I have iirranaisry daws bt.raaaaara. ! TOJ BUKTOS. Pf member Ihr 'fere tut! ftmrmher tkr asrate. Coanersvilte, Jsune JS. GREAT BARGAINS, t At the celebrated Largest end Cbcaaest (CARPET ESTAHL! SUM ENT. In tbe TJnlted States; 5o. 174 Ueiast. J, c. PINGVALTta o. tsanwttarsesT Lbglssh aad Prencb Carpets; five sseesM ante i rooms. Vt e have now on hand tbe meet exten i aire aud eassaasn aasortmaa f rtaa saedarioa Vei i ets, Tapestry and U russule Carpels ever oSTered ! In ibis market; iinportadTrwrn tbs celebrate J Bag I II sh maauiaelory of John Csopiy A Hons, espe cially tor our city lrade I Alse. SS pieces ot 3 ply Tapesty. lasrrala's sa Uertiue, fine and common Ingrain Venetian ansa. ! famaek Stair Carpet. Aiso.'JUOpleee of KngJWa ' i and American l'Wur Oil Cloth i the neasrst atylee j saltti fli.lsh, marele Italian Fresco and Scroti Haintfors, lrom 3 feet to Sf feet wide. ad ll f rtSsMr I A lap, the largest and moat extent iva asaortsaent i of rich and rUgaut Curtain C"ls, Gill Cornice I acm! Window HhaOas. Tbe public are TaeseSere IS. reouaswd tu cxataitie ear large stock. vsaticat wist i . . .. i j . ,!,,,,,. -rrw tr , c - i 0'-ir-'eiy sntiwaai an unes. vrwi avwssn sn I .Merited Jlaj tc, 18a4 , ,,rMi.j to ba in fserfartosratll be seid Is drtcbtiess an Invention among the roost Imnor- j .-aper than the cuenpeet. ' tart of modern times, for the ase of the well ad-I J. C. HlCl ALT.dr CO. vised farmer and stock feeder and tbe univeisal j r, 13 ravoe with wnin ii naa sen reeeiro rrnm ino nrgi ' more taau any thing else, attests its utility audau 1 periority. ; For portsbltitv, aimpllelty of eonjtrufctlon. and conveiaof usetheLiWe Gist ssMnosat, Booksellers, Publishcre & Stalbom, 1 It weighs from 3 to i hundred lbs., accordiagm Islze.eaa be rttrl in operation by la farmer ia I 43 dalli Stf te Cincinnati, 1 mmu tea. wiinnos expense or mecuanicai aio. insm 1 ii-sj; n. , eitr I iu Ml 3 1 1 ii, u.i'ii win, 1. ti, en 1,-live . ' , jtu. i" "i , t f 1 be Little Giant Las received the First rreim . .. V,.,.. Vm 1. lil mammi . M... Little Giant rreet and best Oar slock esab net lb H.aird that ta the aioat coospii- r. v guaranteed in the most positive . breakage or derangement, and rath feed from oar corn, and grits roi 1 pbelU d corn, with n degree of de see for farm purp uses, never THE UTiDERSIGJTED the ciiiseus oi Brook 1 il and otbor places lb WOULD INFORM I UOdk tUatbatiD which we live. 34 It fe imy tenacious of life, smd lwiM oan be removed from tli atontry to the hedge, or con sMbMMsv . dhtinfTi without dau ge ef dying, io addition to the opMaeftts oommittee for tbe cbwaeee of the orange, they will tak tW tfterty of oaog the names of man with whom they hare JlfMtto this subject, and Betrd, of oar county, who has hadaawmeh experienee in the bokMaaef hodginjj, as perhaps aey owe in the county, expresses it as his opinion that it will suc ceed, hat remarks in substance that the tanner that pntsouta hedge, and thinks to have a fence thai will turn stock, without be stowia great care upon it, will notosw find himself mistaken, hol wfU find his hedge a perfect nuifSASWOB his premises This opinion sf Mr. Beard is rally cor rohciatsd in ewy particular by BAr. sTslm M. Bexbour, of our oosfl, wnois tko engaged io tkat biafrraea. ie ooDÜüon it will sneossd with grsst cars. Hav ingswid thns mach upon the dsancssof its sncosding as a hedge the next will be to say somsthug of its cost, sod here n otntar promise something like in sysiiiiiiiuli We willtske forty rode aa a data to make cal oabtiians 6m, hut beibre prooeed- ing with tbs cskmUtbn we will reassik ämtsomeyes ago there w seosnpsny sithsr in our own apart, into which the plant hod be inserted about an inch deeper than they grew in the nursery. This being done, tbe earth sho'd be well packed around the roots. Next comes the operation of cul tivating, hoeing, plowing, &c. The spaces on both sides of the hedge require thorough cultivation, and kept clear of grass and weeds du ring the season. JjTo stock sho'd b allowed in tbe enclosure where the hedge is set until after har vest, and not even then if it can he avoided. After the first year, the hedge will be sufficiently ro bust to protect itself. Tbe next spring, or one year after the hedge is set, the plants must be cut off near the ground, below all tbe buds, just above the tops of the roots. The roots will then swell and put out a number of strong shoots near the surface of the ground. The hedgo then needs thorough cultivation until about the middle June, when it should have another trimming, within two inches of the former cut, and again cultivated as Deiorc uy this process of cutting there is formed at once a firm strong base, which, if properly carried out, will render success certain. Iho second spring after transplanting, the hedge may be trimmed six or eisht inches above the last cut ti ig,and again in June eight inch es higher, after which, the latter part of tho summer's growth will make it sufficiently strong to an swer tbe purpose of a good fence. After this, trimming once n year will be all that is needed, which should be done in the latter part of the summer or early in autumn, before the hardening of the new wood. The first cutting, which will be one year after the hedgo has been set, can best be done with a pair of shears made for the purpose. The second cutting can he done with a short heavy bush pythe, hung upon a strong, stiff gnatbe. The cutting of the sec ond year can also be done with a scythe. The best way is to walk along the row, with it at your right hand, and cut half way to tbe centre of tbe row. When si rived at the end, torn about to the right and come hack upon the bottles of the saut iniilcln. I waa etitirl i a good supply of TI N IV .1 Pi. and ... , iM.yr, oi nil hi r roted; 11 . I I , . . , I . L .-It . . I . ...... ' - ., , . . . anu eieren dos is. ana tne price 01 tnese u0 aB" amino. . r manor Bi.u m. i wouiu uioai cneenniiv ami iiearti, ... . . ll 1MB II nil Til Irl TW . M . ui . . a iwm . . .o u . a , a. mwmm win vary ncuuruuig tu uic amu, aim according to the locality, but say the black locust posts will coat 12 cents apiece, and wu have the sum of $13, 32 for the posts: now put down 20 cents ner pannel as the coat of putting up including nails, and we have tbe sum of 81 1.00; this added to the oth er items gives a total of $44,95, for 40 rods of board fence, and thi. we think will approximate very nearly to the actual cost. Having giveu as nearly aa we can the cost of the hedge, and of the board fence, we next pro ceed to give the cost of a rail fence. This like the board fence will vary in ditfereüt places. Well, for 40 rocs it will require about 85 panels of ten feet rails, this at eight rails to the pannel gives 680 rails, thene at $3,50 per hundred gives $23,80. Now al low $1,20 for laying them up, and you have $25,00, as the cost of 49 rods of rail fence Having passed through tbe subject, though hardly to orr own satisfaction, we will arrange the differ, ent fences side by side, that the reader may see at a glance the comparative eost of each, as roadn out, whether correct or not: 1st, tbe hedge fsnee, 40 rods $1 .?(). Sd, the board fsaca, " $14.01. 3d, tho rail fence. " " St3,UO. restored to health. of valued correspondents encircles tho globe, otumend im UALN to ail wno are afilrct2 tranamllltna early and ""V.,,1' p.?' iu a iar way lhare also used .lit. wh&tiivnr I. iiiAalwortnv oi stle ltlnu : wolle ro J ities. Legislation, Literature, Art, History In short whatever affects the social voll-belag of mnaklnd, Peletnlo Ideology alone excepted florls here tbe freestand most searching discuss ion. Commencing a a daily folio sheet of modern It, and with scarcely a shadow of patronage. The tribune is now ssoed in quarto firm l::v (three distinct editions.) Kisti- Waaaur aud Waaa- other disease, and have found il a most excellent remedy I Jo unt think ll can be too highly recommend. JOEL KIRBY. ! do hereby certify that the above oertifi. onto ie correct, and the statement of the lv. on a sheet 44 by 34 Inches, eight ample pages of U columns each. lis circulation has steadily physician made o me is true. JULIA ANN KIRBY. Cincinnati. Dec.Bth, 1849. d.i. ut ti More In MET AMOK A, IND., When' he wauld be pl'-nscd toarcoiuroodatc all'of Kraitklln County with Storea, at city prices, also, IS ELF-SEALING F2.UIT CANS Of various kinds, and the common Can also. Orders from Brook villa or LaurM for eai.s, can be sent by Uio tuukand (III receive prompt attention. Forrttovcs, send bv tho t'.-mnl. augSJil) KOLOMOT, SHERWOOD. Helmbolt's Genuine Preparations. II ELM ROLL'S IHOHLY CONCENTRATED COUNTRY MERCHANTS ILL DO WEI L TO CALL AND EXAMINE our Urge stock of Itooks and m..;. m. n i.nl. comprises abr.ut everything In both department i that is usually wantoo by lurgs or small dealers.! alio willmbierve tliuirown Interests uy lo 'king j through oar assortment aud learning ourpilceij beforo porclssslDg. vtearo constantly manraclnrlug lo order an styles of Blank Hooks, and have ready, to fill or it. rs, a stock snaile up srttb c.peclal raferuaee lo tho aanla of It i iUTIi buyers. MOORE, WILSTACH. KFY dt CO., oct IB litt West Fourth street. Its ipfihar now prepared to f urr.ish the rraultliu Couuty wlin impro'uO pat- .Ulrouer' cml. Its, in sntt the varied wants ol atl. from tne .mall I ..Teed at f40 complete, ready lor at- , p,.r.rvki iri-, team, and warranted to rru'h, of dry asiHsasswssi i.... ol loud per I our with oae horse. Wh liri lor), will crasri IS busaals iwrncur. , ,,, L,t'er Caji WW, allUrusUSS bushels jicr hour wiUi i pe, Hosiusi fit Our o i l'ui lis will bodallverod la Breokvillo. or i MtsTTits iu the Csnal, at the Manutacturvra pri n niloi ui T.A.COODWIK, IctJMKSCO Sole Agent (or Franklin County. I (. w..rks t( stoeks in t i hect works ou .Wtdicinr, Law, MnnUs, Agricuitttrt, History, Trmveu, TstlsW, MttnOin, Pkitotophm, sf-c. and a com piste assortment of all the ssvstet strahle il iure IIa ecus Books paMislied. Our steel, of SCHOO embraces alleeoks of llienpclllng H "Time is Money." And hire we shall leave the subject but not without impressing upon the mind of the farmer the importance of the greatest economy with his rail tim ber, being, aa we believe, the most certain, as well as the cheapest fencing material the farmer can get, and, per haps, if tbe time and money expend ed in hedging was expended in the cultivation of some of th most rapid growing and esiily propagated rail timber, the farmjr'a hopes might be aa fully realised with regard to keeping up his fences. Try it, neighbor far mer. Devote two or three acres of your farm to the cultivation of the lo cust, as a rapid growth as well as the most durable timber that we have smong us. All of which is most respectfully submitted. A. B. LINE, ) C.R.MOORE, Com. O. M. RUCKKR.N crown from nothing to the following aggregate. Dally Issues (svantug and morulnj) 890 ' copies Semi-Weekly 14,1. S ' Weekly t37,7so " California edition 0,6oo " Total Ir7,483 copies We believe uo other newspaperlo the world bas a subscription list over half so large a thtas and uo periodical of any sort can rival it. And while its s ströme cheapness rendsotng an Increase ol psy lng readers ouly as Indirect pecuniary ai'.van tage lo os, I s doubtless largely swelled its sub scription llst.it would be absurdity not to per oelvo lb tbU unprecedented patronage some evi , I denes of public approval and esteem. We take pleasure lu announcing lo our readers 1 ' that, In view of the momentouslnterast attaching j to the Session of Congress about to ootauience, ! Mr. Ursel) will spend the Winterst Washington, ' I as the representative of Tho Tribune. His let-1 ters will sppear regularly in ear various coitions 1 the Weakly included. (TERMS. Oar terms luvariably are forth Dally Tribune, $4 per annum. Semi. Weekly, S3; two copies for $3; Rvo for SI 1.33; ten eople or over lo one address, SJ.UO each. Weakly, thros copies for S3; ave copies ror $8; teu copies for ell twenty copies, or over, to ob aDDstssfortl each; twenty copies, or over, to address ef each subscriber, $1.3ti each. Post mastersand others saudlng usa club ol twenty or over, on ths above terms, will bv entitled t" au extra copy. Additions may at all time . made loa eln' at tho price paid by those already la ll. UKSEUI A nur.i.n.l i ii. A Certificate from the Rev. J. H. Finley Ciucinaati, March 4th. 18 1. Dr Forsha This Is the first time In my long life that 1 have given my name in recommendation of any medicine, as a gen- For diseases of the Bladder and Kidney, Secret Discuses, Strictures, Weaknesses, and all dis eases oi Ilia Kexnal Organs, wnetbor lu ustc i Or female, from whatever raute the) msy havs orlglnati'd, aud no matter of bow long stand ing mis. R. CLARK s at bit new store, one door " soutli ofthe VALLtV HUUSat Keeps conslanily oa hand a general assort meniofjesrelry. U7a foil ninnVa wubvuto, w j. v w a w , jSaae-ew nsm sllverspoons, razors, and LWmtd kssBBBm agreatvarlst vjassT a JaTsw r AÄCY ARTICLES, It von have contracted the terriblo ctaease.i sui u as are asuali) kept whu-h, whea seated in the system. 111 surelv ro by Jowelurs. He t ore- I down from one generation lo another, undoruit- j pared also te repair old mug the constitution, and sapping the vaf) vital ' fluids of life, do not irust yourself lu tbe tund of i ttuacka, who start up evry 1; la a city like this and All the papers with glaring falsehood too well calculated to deceive tho young, and You can cral remedy, though 1 have often been eollci- I those nntaciuainiod a Ith their ulcks. , , . . lM , . I uot be too rurel ul lu tho solccllou of a so., i nave used your Alternative naim tor nearly two years; first, for ths rheumatism leweirv.and to cleuu and repalrelocksaud wutches ou reasonable terms and esW at short notice.- 11 will also tako nldstlvrend gold Id exchange for good. June 1 '5 i .. - ' tec. I have need yonr Alternative Balm for thea cases. 1 he Fluid extract Bucbu lias been prouomtod bv umine.it iihtsir'iina tha erost.-tt reine.lv svsr In my hip and knee, of which I waa nearly a I known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant iu Its - ..-- , , - . , taste, and very Innocent In lis action, ad yet to i I . l,f 1 " 1 .cry Trie ui unci vn muui ßriroutf h lliut It ant rank and poisonoui and, unlike other rt disease lu Hie bloot Constitutional D sbaso, a most lorrlbtadlsesse, which !. is brdaalht thousands lo untimely graves, thns blastin' brilliant hopes of parents, aid blighting U tmU the glorious smiotlon or many a nool y my family; then a violent attack ofdiarrheea on myself; then for iuflatnatien, for burna bruis, ami for a very severe ease of stiff j oeok, brought on by a violent cold, sud a think I have had full proof of its medical1 properties, iu a giant many of the disease for . can be cured by this Infallible Koinod tree every particle of thi a of this dreadful dlsuaso; . les, doea not dry u p .the iy. bi ought on by self- BATES UOÜSK, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIAN t , D. D SL0AW. IPE0PWIT0R. OFFICINAL VERMIrfLIGE. A ssfo, pleasant and efficient rem Jy for Wurms. dec 7 u. 134 .Nassau si., Mew York. L. A. HKADLBY, Laie With Jones Uro. ,1 Co. is Pear! at ClnolnnaU,0. D-A. Uli MM. I.V. O. DKADLKY, bat of Duhms r Co, 1 Mala It. BRADLEY BRO'S, wMOLSssLB an bbtail aasLaastv ' Jewelry, Niiver a Piattrd wars, U t i l IU I, CLOCK., in n Maxsaw ktaTSBUts, bLassssst' . North-west Oor. of Fourth fit Main Streets, Cincinnati Watnhes Repaired aad l(e-caaod la floln N.tl. or Hlver. luly 7 S3 I) jarGod is in all history, whether he be seen or not; in its minutest wind ing., ita gentlest iipplo, its roaring cataracts. Us longest chapter and short est paragraphs, at your funerals and at your festivals, beside tho baby's cradle, and above the monarch's throne. tOr Words are bat little things, but they strike hard. We wiuld them so easily that we are apt to forget their bidden power. Fitly spoken, they all like the sunshine, tbe dew and fertilising rain but when unfitly, like the froat, the hail and the desolating tempest. MOORE. WILSTACH, KEYS A. CO Booksellers and Stationers, PRINTERS, MINDERS Si rUBLISIICRS, t. West Kourtb Hfcoi. CINCINNATI, Take great pleasure In saying that they have la kou posstu ut tin' I I. ioiis mi l uli'faut I whic'i you recommend It, aud I have not found It tofalt la even one of them. Still, ' po notaay that It Ie nn infallible onre, yet is my sober courictloa, that It Is tbe bei compound for these remedies for which It ia recommended, that I have ever tried, a - d I have tried many 1 will uot, if I eau pro cure it, be wlthont It In my family for nny consideration. Hoping thut you will all ' continue to compouii i It honestly .ami thut it may relieve thousands of Batterers, I moat heartily recommend It (o my ftltowcUitns I a most eaoetleut Family MedicliHy Yonre, affetttioustely, J. B. FIN LEY Certificate fiuni D. L. Starr. I have known Mr. Forsha's Alters. ' tivc I'm I in to perform a very extreor dinary euro uyon horse thst was very badly cut, somo time sinee. I used it upon one occssion, exter nally, with good effect. J believe it to be a perfectly safe and elucacious simply deltoato to lb oooSnod and d Invalid, no equal Is to be found acting Curo and Preventive. iil- l. l HOLD'S Tlltil.y CO.NI'KA 1'KATRD 00MP0UND FLUID EXTRACT SARS AI' ARILL A Kor purifying lbs blood, removing all disease artslug from exc., ef Mercury, exposure and ' laiprupenee snd in life, abroutc conststutlonal disease, arising trout aa Impure slate of bloocL, aud th only rollaot and Dec tea I known , remedy for the cure of Verofela. hall Rheum,; HcaUi Head, Ulcerations of tha Hones, I elter, . Pimples mi tho face, and nil soal) eiuiKlnns ofl It ilt. the nrecedenra of oUiers. bia'ise 1st It Is pL a.anl, and any child will uke it. Sd It requires no medicine before nor after it use. Id It I no patent nostrum, but a preparation sanctioned by the bsl medical authorities. 4th When parents or rhyslelans are mistaken In ths symptoms, aud worm are uot pr-ient, it corn ( ts the loose watery stool so common to children . and soothes Irritation. For sole by rKROUSON oi CO., Proprietors, KichioonJ, lad. Uurdsal dr Bro., V holusal 4 Agent, Corner of Alalu aud Fronihi.,Cla.O.,aad by Dragglstsgen erailv. i"v 3;i. the k 1 I h s article I mo.t dlslingul and has prow Public, haver Mercurial aud reentered la ll Inslllutlous nl ery mode of in 't hese coses fOl tary efforts ol l the most mve wrro iliatrot ed Pan I or U botll tbed by somo of ue Ions In tao country, nan in practica than !ln yet off-irod 10 the ssieonda CISCI11AXI liSBLl WOKS. TAoatoris Itetv opp. Dslh n . T. WHITE & SON, Proclamation. XyTTITEREAS, the rxironroiniry and onpre V V ct'ilouusO demand far that lovaluahle peep arntlon. Ultllilll'!) PKBMIUSI CA TIIAItlON, bas ir.doecd envious persons 1.1 palm off other arlicius similar in ua.oe and appear, anew, but abeoiulely worthleaa, whlrii i.as a ten Oeticy to injure the reputation of tbe genuine srtlcl'e, purchasers should be particular to ask fcr "Wright's" Premium Kalharioo, and Ihcy ma) rely aa raeeivlug aa article unequalled for lu vlttuas for reasnriag a decayed brail of halr.fora caul, refreshing ana delightful upplicatiou during the hot weather, re mo vi all disagreeable sutious of Oiitiuese äst beadaeha, aad for the toilet It has nsver had au equal fcr Its pleasant and UeltgMful rragrsacn. Its thouiands of testimonials re a (aScient guarnirteo for tls coiupletri) restoring a decayed beaitofbair; lor removing all daudraft foe pre veiiiiii,; iu Ulliug off, whether from sieknae or dlaeaaet asd entirely dispenslne with Uie use nt bslrdyes, a ll excites the secretion, producing a M ply ol rt natural pigment or coloring matter, ftvlugthe hair a dark, glossy appearance, with a uxurianl growth. For ealt by every drngglst la the rlty, ant) by druggists aud merchants throughout the United liberal discount to wholesale dsalors. Fries Iii C uot per bottle. PBTEit : . V. IMCIIT A CO., 41 Market Hi, Palladelphiv AffentBlM. W. Halle, J.W. Moody, Brook vlile; O. D. Dubois, Vairawld. Wholesale Ageula, ALLttM V CO., Clactnnall.O. TE ASDALE'S V T ;W Y0YK DYE HOCSZ 18 A FOUR 6T0- il KV Tu ii.uIMJ, als staue irout, o. töi Walnutstreel, betwaea Sixth and Seventh, oppos ite the Waiaut street Moese. NoeounecUon elth aay'Vlher bouse ia Ute city. Coods seat by Ita pres wnh proper InslrucUon. will have prompt and faithful nttonllon. Address, W. TEASDALE. dee list -41y MEAT CUTTERS. WZ HAVE A LABOE SUPPLY 027 BANDS of M.-ul Cnltera, both of Wiiod and Iron lur eutting Sn usage or Nine meat. This is a ma chine that evert fat tntir ought '.0 have. Fwrsnleby JUM P. DAK & CO, Heed More, So. suend 42 l.orr Market doc ij St -Ja Jw Uacinnati. Ohio. WRIGHT'S wauueaiin.ur we are eoulidai sneiiU as säutl 1 Nov. 11, UsU L BOOKS erttneeff lathe Watrum Lexiroa. Oar stacA at r variety of Ktauk Books dum Book to the large sa- tiiuj estrj srticle eeed te try McSckaala fall arte 1 Teper, KBvelvjia,W'ratr- etc.. Arc. axe leu wall known as ll.toteijulre ninri than an i r'iii nirii 1 lu I. are UK. JJiLiTS COM- t sstory. P1utarch axe. W invtve atl ks.te grvaas acail.ao theiu acK'b ladaia- cneficlBl. 1 r! .els LLTBÖ6HÄFHY k DUUT 116. aasrawldlnga. Laanai ras, Portraits, Dl st.v l ards, .loirs. Drafts, Bills o Via p'.omas, Map.si,v, ( E itcaaugs , La beta. A 5e 11 Wais Clne.lBuStl. Kov.l Ii WAT.LACK. Fellow. Hall. PATENT Spring Saddle Tteti, TB OBEAT LAE0B sad expense, we are now vnut-U' lnqunUt) at st cash. i NTEH.CO Boje Baaaatarluf 'hery. Hard wan Chtireh Butldli. w atao hav a Pit ita. m ..lied I r Price, flrSO stach. r.STOS V KARR, esale dealers In haff irlmmtnge, lie. lot, C1n4ansll, Ohio of our PaTBBT Haia Tills la li unit dies, UROOhlVILLE COLLEGE. Ills Institution is now readj torerelveany uuibt-: of yiunggenileiiifnaiiil ?oe la- and afford them the best olrarilluee foroblaiaingaUiorengh adnrat'oa. The bult.u. g Is large aad convenient, and ihe Board of laetrae . lioa wlllhoincreaaedastbe eraolaoflh lnau.tioa demand. Those youag men who mat even prefer Ingradualt st older Instltutloi.-, wllldo wrlltn aw qalrothe preps rstar) studies here, where the classes are oot Uo large fer eouiealenee, aad whers they are not taught by ander graduates, a In most old Institutions. You if ladie, ca grae- usiing, will reu u; irör'.ai iip..au. ItAard ng can he had ra ntaod ramiiles. nrarthe saivesat a' oetnxt lantspar I leition range frewM-Mte lb tea pr real dterousttfet larreedroas .Prra't IM4. i in week. The prices )S00 per quarter w adv. if c payment. Fm Brekvill i.sr.ni.feir.n ims PEEL & SONS. CINC1NNAVI DYE HOUSE, Ne. ; t t st t ii ii i atrews. Between ftlxth and Kevrntn. ore ilonr north of WataalMlreet House. t'lXt INSA II. O. FEVER AND A0UE MIXTURE, I V VT deicbtptiok OF Bill A JTB t- s-fXJtt. f r jvs V oolc i ,i. ojed equal to any K..aseKaeU s IM. I I. iv e Pi.llu l) C-..i.i M wsrds oi our puullc ' TmUTeae . Fei npHOMAB WHITE SON, niiu i.eiun noai er in rorei: k'ss reshtod ev I bn devised ipiaewl thvsalu- j ealiug aomv of fti r .to Klands WHOLESALE i ..I... American and Pool stunts d, and Sailens Olli sfaetion will bo given to all persons with ihrlr orders- We emj ior tne n.and sell at price tower than any Caps and Mils on hand, fur Hrookville. ts Mr. James Benus- I, und found 1 I liUI'UU, ingjusterectodatJlo. s Wast Fourth Mtreet, for remedy tubcusetlin many COtnpJaintri. the accoiuinodallon of llislr busllicM, ' ,' Qm . ' i, n in null .mi, Bo. gS. Wast Fourth Street, and half a square weti of their former Blank Hook and Niallonery Store, al the rornsrof Fourth aud Main streets. The new eslabllshraentbas unequalled facilities '"manufacturing books, slther Blank, for the Counting House orUfltee, or printed, for tha Librr ry or Urawlng Moons. Hook i lo either Department will be produced In the highest styles of the att. ftj' Constantly for sale, all Valeebie Be Publications, Staadard works lu I'huology, Medicine, and Oeuerat Literature, Music, S. hool.and (Mat deal Book. MOORK, WILBTACIl, KKY8 sV CO feh TEE88 0001)8 . Si T A O I K' mi Khn liiinliü. OlNTI.KMKN'S WIMTF.H W K A h FAM AM. PLAIN HKBSiHILKs WNtTR AND KMHROIDKRKDOOODi. LAUIfcS'SLKKVES AMD COLLA RH. CflBMieVTl'fi.H A UK KKtll I KF8C Portale atNo. l CommerrialRow.bv BSMfSi 1854 LIKCK ot KAKUHUaK. equsiln, strength to oni anarlllB. Prepared and sold ChemWwiV. I hesii m ' House l lnlixli I.nm. TO in. HAD op JOii.N W ilia on of Njnid of Mar- Wholesale Depot, at J. & C. Resit hirt's.No. .il Pearl tt. Cin. Dr. 8. W. Forthk.DruirtStore.No side ol Filth nt., 3 doors east of Smith Cin.O. Forsaleat R. Trnor's, D. Prlco dr. Son's. Llnckdt Farquhar'a.Dr. Moody's snd Dr. Huiles, Uieokville, lud. b) II. I . HI I.MBOLr. street, ueor the Oirnrd tile, lud. S.F. OD MAN, Merchant Tailor, AS OPENED A SHOP Is t:r.'. ;.. Orai Paw tor Vhilh and ttvtrt, hanUtrin and InttTtnilltnt I evert, and General J)e- til ay. WBIOBTSTONTCBgllYER ARD AUE IS A BKVBK FAtLINO BXatKDY. j In This preparation being entirely a veg liable pre-1 seetl daetlon, lu e0e, is npou the system are highly as Unary, lui)rvtng the gencn.1 health and liivigor- ft) 1 BtlnK the Constitution. I I It A e(kTIB SB saM ' Ranee. Pertoi t resld'ng in Pevor aud Agueleff dislrii ta can he efVetiially protected fmm sn at-I "e lu I i v m raslonally taking a small qui.tt oi l,l'4 tt ismutare. Vt hero 11 it ear tried, aad usr'r. lite thus become known, Its tr; 'orliy uvr v spec try ether tnedtrtii I so appan- n.t tlie pul.'.u and fiiiisheilby steam mindert In the diii.gi par: it., ul wn are prepared tt all seatrais ol ibt year to color Ladlrs Crape S : a brai ai s m itiiont is e r.dlowtaig Pea Mraw, ine Marons ''rah, she. , mil l ist at- ts by Ma nie and Pl ot Marine, Jurii.gerth- lhltf renovated ans) t And of Druggists and Dealers. All letters dire, ted to Urn proprietor or tgtuit receive Immediate attention. JunalS'ly. H Auditor OlBe-on tli a supply of i lotus, t liisti i-1 iths, inad to PS?:; your lueasuru aud be eel HI THE K00V d t .'oha II. Uuiek, as an n Pah 1st Square. He keeps ass i me res die. and CBB fei lt, ts choap and much belter Uiolnud. He Is not much al hit on flt. Call and leave Sited uut lu ll) 1c. Groceries. jus Im portal Java, M TERMS OF THE INDIANA AMERICAN Subscription when not paid wllhlnlhef.) ear 3,00 If paid within taw year 3,0 If paidluadvtneo l,0r3 fry-Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, when not lest than $i are rr- milted at one time and receipts will bt "fled to i ' I luii.st it rriur neu fiu.iny i.ir iirnr ie ti.si , ut merit is made. Obtain a cerlificattof th Pott Matter at to the amountr emitted. i penal ol lata 4 lluir Van til) Dd lOf lowei market pr A A I S. K. Corner.Main d "evontt May IS Mi. H. H. Molasses, Class, Senniles Hint ie, war n qualities to j . COLTBR. iU,Cia'tt.,0. N1SAKK1 Ml tiki ! MltUI.!! WHY WILL YOU 8HAKE? yllRN yes can call and get one bottle of Moortya Tenlr I nbi i fui, wlilt li Is warranted to euro klvVBl: AM) AGUE parioanently and uot to return tho same sessen. HO CURE-H0 fAY. Price 11 M per bottle. Fer sals at j. w. MoonvH, . Utf Oao.loor Vorth oflhe Valloj Mouse. OQTSAHD SHOES - , t . , . i Ttie Unre'tseil motlesrefull) inlecteditor ol Hoots SUU msss insy,ssTi srsr ousrsn, ray IHO.1 I nn me reia I Kow, lor sale ry LISCRdt FAKldUHAK. re,toring in' . ti ueriotls 1 stem gtnen Tho rapid sale of II nd surpt um enVary the numerous certlSeal receiving, warrsnlus I before Uie i.itdii.. PI I iu porte rs, t 'he m 1 sta Ilelnr aud braclbf tbe its nnlvertsl ta atteslo. b) t.:l . Ii.mi. d loraii ndtn- froUi SI Hi. 5 see, WOt tho attention oflVepuh I tu righl plaro.ee there it in tue heilniss. Bar lew Vork Dye Uoaas. Ith aey othetaosaa KUAN KLIN I. W MIGHT At CC, Aliolcsala lirugglsts, it .Philadelphia, Pa. d murcnauugei erally bt seen at . Tone had of Lrugguts a For tale by M. w. lUita.J. W.Moeuvaed . D.Dtsois eng. 21 FIRE W0RK& Caudies, Nuts huJ rruits, u holest. !e snd retail by JOHN R. MYERS. aoSSi Main street , bat. Ptlth and Sixth, vt' set tINtlJliNATl. CT Ait orders promptly tiled aad package warranted full weight. Rov. 11,1633,47 l yr. f MECHINE SHOP, AT TILE BROOK VI LLE COTTOM FACTORY. WILL BIRCH, ric sartt .MacSruery Inns isf'tttsssana Caah oct IS KU OK SEVKUAL SOltTh Of rd(uilct.. I'umps, Cora tibri r. V -t nig l athrs. aW. ,,. t Mb.hn.erj Baate and Btted notice. U heels abd Sctewt eat ntffn. (wis, Tsbi and Usee trli attebtlati t iiss to rriU t, Mill Uvarlng, and air-tiisjaef lugs untitled a then I thoUes. .aaapaia tor oio iron, Diass ana Cappor. nibl. BttlWtl.