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IBRS, MBCHAN8CS, AND WORKING MEN. VALLEY FARMER i MM: . u n -U- m ! J- -1 aaL jl 1 1 HXDGES. BT WM. X. BAIBD. Mm. Edito;- Somuch has, of late, bmm mid and written rtlatira te the ealtura of tat Oaage' Orang for fanc iug pmyuaai that, it aaama to me, any om ffaanwlng to add to what haa al- pbliahed ob thia lubjcci at laast, ui apology to the pub Bat, aa mqoiriec bare frequently ; to me, asking my opinion in Ittatioa to (Ait matter, thia may be i my apology for this in- aWsP' " I tkimk 1 aaa aay, than, at the on- it te no ranger, with me, a of opinion, but one of that, with the of earn, wa can hare a ! fence (the ground ftajfeg of g good quality ) with equal aawtnkty from the Oaaga Orange aa we rib, aa boards, or any other Bat I mean more by the i km, "right kind of care," than mm bo part ia a few lines of a commu- ajeamas to a newspaper. In my opin- km, the mas who undertakes hedging with aary eertsin promises of success, attet ha a man of care from habit, or bannst be so constantly careful from the tame his hedge is planted until it ie perfectly matured, that no other gawd quality ha may possess can be substituted for this without danger of take a hedge, unlett I could with en tire convenience wait from eight to ten years for it to mature. And even where (ha ground is good, I hare my self realised the folly of being too anxious of having my hedge high onoagh in thrc j or four years. Dut ftsan the experience I haw had in this business, I would at no one cropping gain more than three or four inch es. And when I had the base form ed to suit me, say after the third year, I would crop but onco a year, and from the first to the middle of August, excepting where very thrifty stocks would shoot up. through the summer, these X would cut at any time to check their growth and encourage others. By a procedure of thie kind, we will dwarf the tree without injury to its health. With respect to the ' preparation of the ground, and the early culture of the hedge, I would refer to the pub lished remarks of ?. P. Brady, Esq., of this township, as being better ex pressive of my views than I eould do it myself. I mean the "onion bed" re marks. The young hedge cannot be kept too clean. Mr. Baird has one of the best hedges in the oounty, one that turns all kinds . of stock from igs up to bulls. It is not over seven years old -we believe younger than that. We shall call and examine it carefully soon. We would suggest that the difference between his method of trim ming and that of Mr. Clarkson may account for his better hedge. If we understand Mr. Baird, he only cuts off the upright shoots. Mr. Clarkson trimmed both upright and lateral shoots, so as not to keep the hedge over two feet thick. The result is the hedge at eight years will not turn cattle or pigs. En. Val. Fab. in strong Fine for Mm hneleng, to ma that the subject of at least in many portions of our country, resolves itself into one of fences, of some kind, we have; wa cannot farm without There is a constantly increas ing sjatreity of timber, even in this oooe plentifully timbered country. A aewaaityr, therefore, is upon us, or soon will ha. It behooves us than to turn war attention to some substitute for nmVraS fence. A board fence is good, hurt hr too oostlv. Stone cannot be mad, except far, a comparatively few lo eaawiee, and they generally not the beat Aar farming purposes. Is it not eieat from these considerations, that ahadguof eoene sort is the only alter aatiaaleft na? I do not claim that I know what hand af shrub is absolutely the best far thia purpose, hut feel justifiable in saying that the Osage Orange is good esMUgtt. l nave, rar toe last seven Tears, endeavored to train every item af information on thia subject, that haa soma within ranee of my read- mg and observation. I have tried to study the natura of the plant itself, with want ability I had.; I have endeavored to ascertain the dawjrwa owe to it, in order to make it, m the best possible way, subserve our diners plm, than I have, in setting gute posts contig- to die hedse, closely observed ha monnMran to throw perpendicular twoaa, having found them at the depth af three and a half feet, of the aiae of n aaaa'a finger, and still with a down ward tendency, from a hedge five years old; the lateral roots being com- From these facts I have no soars of its spreading from the root Ite nature in this respect totally from that of the cherry, the or the locust I think it no i likely to spread from the roots the majority of our forest trees. Ami yet it is so tenacious of life that if the vigor that is pent up within the loot can gat no other outlet, or if it has been severed from the body that it vat designed to nourish, it will make a vigorous effort to create a new body. that it may again drink in its own nourishment from the surrounding at mosphere through the leaves and stock that It feeds. And the same te anefty of life is equally observable in the stock, which, if bant over and bur ied, will throw out a new set of roots. And this method of filling gaps in the hedge, where they are not too wide, I decidedly prefer to replanting to natural inclination is to grow somewhat bushy: and when the plants awn aht set too near each other, in the badge row, the reenlt that yon com plain of aa having attended Mr. Clark - eon's hedge, I am persuaded, would not occur, if a judicious course of head tiammhig should be preserved in. I am persuaded that twelve or fif teen years wiR be sufficient to demon strate the error of those who crowd the'pUnte upon each other in the hedge Nature dooa its own side trim ht our forests, and so it will in oar hedges, if wa do not pay atten tion to its teachings. If we crowd the plante upon each other, we may perse vere in our head cropping, and instead af having strong lateral shoots, we will create a sickly set of plants, inca- nahte of rnemfariag aVony shoots, $. Um auuipaf or laarrwi. I eould not ha induced to set the pbnam nearer than about eight inches, at I wished a permanent and long liv ed badge. I would prefer the distance to W greater than leas; then keep the wu cropped in, and strong, healthy, lateral shoots are just a cer- am iL. a l . vaaaaaa taw tasjra ra am u the roots, in the around in which I wouid.not aa tor IWe SELECTIOKS OF I B! IT. Wo are often called upon to give advice as to the beat varie ties of apples and other fruits for different soils and localities, and we have promised to give some instruction on this subject thro' the Cultivator. This, however, is a more difficult task than most persor.s would suppose. With reference to apples, for instance, one needs to know all the particu lars in reference to the climate, soil and location, also the uses for which the fruit is mainly intend ed whether for the ordinary wants of a family, or for market purposes, and if for the latter how far to be transported, etc., etc. Taking all these matters into the account, and considering the tastes of persons, and that a supply of fruit is wanted for all a a sy seasons of the year, how unrea sonable it is to suppose that the same assortment will answer for all persons, places and purposes, or that a dozen or twenty varie ties are sufficient for any orch ard. The best that our limited space will allow us to do at this : time, is to name such varieties of apples as wc think suited for mo derate sized orchards, designed mainly for tamily U3e, aud adapt ed to most locations 4 Ohio and in parts there adjoining, specify ing a few kinds that seem only adapted to particular kinds of soil. Other classes of fruit will be mentioned in our next paper. A Silxction or 40 Varieties or Appljes. 20 Summer and Autumn Varittiet. Early Harvest The earliesf BJ good and reliable apple. Early Strawberry Beautiful, early and good, but rather small. Red Astrachan Large and handsome, early, fine for market. Sweet Bough Large and ex cellent, although not a great beur- er. Benoni Beautiful aud good, deserves to be better known. Early Ponnock or as a sub stitute,Summer Queen; handsome and fine for cooking. Qolden Sweeting Very pro ductive, excellent for stock or for market. Ain. Summer Pearmain Ex cellent and beautiful, but a slow grower. Grevenstein Or as a substi tute, Ohio Nonpareil; very hand some and excellent, fine for cook- ing. Hawley Little known in Ohio as yet, bin highly approved where known. Keswick Codlin Valuable, es pecially for cooking in summer. Autumn Strawberry Little known in Ohio as yet, but very beautiful and good. Fall Wine Very handsome and excellent Cooper Large and excellent for eating or cooking. Fall Pippin Very large, yel low, fine for market or cooking. Joisey Sweeting Rather small, but delicious. Lowell One of the best for all purposes. Maiden's blush Handsome, productive, fine for market Pumpkin Sweeting Large, fine for apple butter and for stock. 20 vY inter Varittiet. Rambo Very productire and good, especial v on strong soils Belmont Excellent, especial ly in northern Ohio. Wells or Doming Productive and good, especially soils. Peck's Pleasant market and cooking. Rhode Island Greouinga Ex cellent at North and on sandy soils. Roxbury Russet Profitable and good laus on cluy sous in central and southern Ohio. Westfield Soek-no furl her First rate, especially at the North. Ortley, or White Belltlowor Good for southern and western soils. Yellow Bollflower- Best on rich limestone soils. Fallenwalder or Tupehocken Large and profitable for market. Johnathan Bonutlful, fine for tatlo or for market. Winter Sweet Paradise-rl ho best swoet winter apple for the table. Newtown Spitzenburg Hand somo and first rate in southern Ohio. Red Canada Handsome MM first rate in northern Ohio and on sandy soils. Wine Sap Rather small, but handsome and productive and good everywhere. Rome BeautyLarge, baud somo and good; profitable for market Whito Pippin Profitnblo strong soils west and south. Talman'a Sweeting Best baking, or for stock in winter. Rawfs Janette Very profit able and cood West and South Remarks. Nearly all kinds of Summer and Kail npplos from the Northern and Southern States aro found to do well at the South and West; but wany kinds of Winter apples ripen too early, and become soft, liable to speck, eta Of this character are the Esopus Spitzeuberg, Baldwin, Hubbardston Nonsuch, and seve ral others. The Northern Spy also gives indications of the same tendency, and in many localities tho Rhode Island Greening, Rox bury Busse t, and Newtown Pippin are habile to fail in the same man ner. Hence persons who con template planting large orchards, should take pains to inform themselves as to the adaptation of varieties to their climate and location. M. B. B. Ohio Cultivator. CINCINNATI, Gr W. COFFIN CINCINNATI, J BELL k BRASS FOUNDER.. DP.ALKH IX- USAD. INC, COPPER, II I 4M ' H TIN. IPKLTKH SOI.DRII. um ti i'K Hnt., hhan IM KV UHIMMV stc, ao. MJSMS. IOS lOt Knit Sorond mv ( el- mal Mrci'l , CINCINNATI, OHIO. U Y IIKLLM an esecutod OS true Beteulllo sr.il ;TI larmon lau prliM trli, a. .' 'flowed lu the flnt fall Kouudnrln of Germany. Prance, Holland ami Kngland. SS 7 ly . .e.aiMi. lanai.n. U.A.. j . n'i oaaoa ! i. o I 'ORBoa. otonnur ii brotiii:i;. W BO LBS A I BSALBta is rOHEHJN AND IMI.TIE-! BR V GOODS, JTO. si PEA Ml. STRICKT, BBTWKK5 VRB ami HACK, CINCINNATI, 0. marob T ly CINCINNATI, III; I.YilrSMJ A ' .SMIMmiFlUD&Um Alterative Buhn, WHOLBSALB f. G ROC EES, PHILADELPHIA. Proclamation. WOUND," t 'V rSSa lenbad ' i. It I. TIlAItlOV ary sou i ifiralaablii CINCINNATI. NEW YORK. Wimm ,!oW w& ! TftMuWZJWsrSiuFtttiv. 'VI si Nu. it IHK, ml I HAH aTHI'.KT. KCin ii In OK AIIOV I 1 X 'S 1 I'll!' stien tliinr cmciinrATi. o ll(u. t !-(, JH . D.U. IMDHIW. t r.- loui nerton to r arllclti. similar In nam ami aMsr. nlutoly worthless, wtaleh bM s Isn-1 ttrv thu rrputetion of two genuin ; Hsteri ibsoltl lw partlculsr to ask ff r ) Promlom Kallian-ui. and thsy nay 1 tiring an rrttcl onn.isll H for Its storln a .iscarod fcaa-l of halr.fora j SAMPSON & CO.; itrOSTCIl SPS BALMS IN Cfelsm, .Ins iiii.I quMSjtwsrc, KoSS Main fllrt, Soors below thlru, may iSiy CIXCIJ!. ATI. Ii tl aru ionn tit. W. TSIT. tot r DAY & MATlACii WIIOLKSALH DEAUKK IN tapi. r. IN i nn DRV 000D& fcü, NO. KS PMAHL ST., BKT. VIHK KACK HTM,, insr7 ly CUfCIIKATI, 0 nu.i .Dum- oa. J. DU so. T. B. HARRIS, lRl!(l(!ISTk:APOTIIHr.RV. a. h. CON. 1 1 ii kf AIN STS., CINCINNATI, 0. asjojat If PKTEB WBPF k SONS, wrakBS4LB HARDWARE ur ALI IIS. No. 93 tPearl St. bet.,Vine k Race, CINCINNATI. 0. march 7 ly TAIT & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, f r diu C E , N. gA Walani m., rm iiuil,o. lr, Kes. toe., (lulu roatiior.. nrleU Frail.. I'otn- II ailvancemsiiti tnaJi ni consign Art). ral!' Ur.lar.for !rorrle. and Manufa. ' clo. olleitml timl 0 ml on Ilm lii'.t Hi. Urins. Byl!y HENRY FALLS, WU0LBS4I.M AKB BBTSll. 0 ART KT WARBHOUHE No. tu Kasl Kourih Kirnet, Ivetwevn MalnanU Hj A Ii ALM rHl KVKRY KOR INT1 NAL USE. I'his bulm wiirrunted 1 re liovo nil KhcuinatisniK, titriiinsiu i Spin:, or Hiin:.l nflcctioti aud D) p )si;i. Ht'iularhe, or Still N ek, Toothiu he Eaniolve, Sore Throat, 8orencsa in tho Ift-caHt, Stomach or llowels,or Burning in .tho brcnat, astnmn, bronchitis, ' Sprains aud lkuiscB, Hums, Scalds r l'mzott PurtjL Cramp Cholic and Hilious Cholic Cholera Mor Ä1' "u " but, Pleurisy, Klux, l ever and ngue, Piles, Corns, Presh cuts or sdii s, liifluniati.iii in tho houd, Stoc ch, Bowels, r Kidneys, 'Summer complaint of Ctiildren Worms und Inllmnittion ol' the stutnach, and BowoU, and Croup, Sc.-irh't I'ovcr. 1 1. Hlab,o mar ' "Ui. sua rar nion.. .Marble . i .1. - - ..1. -r... . Z V . WiU ? ; "J wllUiflf or cl.l.. toroostdefStläf.- . r . sic. coaUUy on band aaS WIU bat borAlnai raaaH far ru4ene. pot- tat at peplf Wy . It baa alBsaS Wo AtM for Ktohi ' -. ,, U..WI-1- , , iay orpopaiMHy. uaaaaiwteti to jbm for KUrai 'Tiiyj.Ä "srklsU Blest Uilmmu&t Truth. lorMuassHy. atas. fAu m 'isIw 17. Po 0ptwaalB. IWrs Is ' J T not a .lata irader on ihts CeaUnaoA, laanaat he SCOTT'S .1 nil it-i.i , ituaranloe Tor IU completely restoring a docayoJ lieail of lialr; ror renurlaa: ell dandruff; for pre venting; tu falling off, whullinr ffoui tlrltnSM Of illanasei and nlirely .11. pen. lug wlih tha use of balr d)es, asltesottes lb seerwUM, prwliielr.g a supply m IIa natural ptginoni or coloring malter, I string tbo hair a "lark, glossy appearance, with a luxuriant growth, For Mia by every drngglsl In the city, and l A liberal discount to wholesale dosier rnosäj I ant. pnrhollle. I'V. I Kit r. WHIfillT CO., jWf fcW W Jfe" "BBaa tsssssssHHssKel I " lijUriT .ttfl'lll.l-V vttlet n. It Age.rts.AI.1 'kit. Ilruok ile.ale Ths faaaou why Ihiübslm rautbea alt U. w WEIGHT'S FEVER AND AGUE MIXTURE, for Chillh and Ftviri, Jiemitlent ami Intermittent Vevfri, and Gentrul Dc bility I CrttawB Is I.eesusH t rrdaens Inflamatloti, and WRIOHTS TONIfsJTU AND AOUE I .pwBBw us aerraiiotis uuu nervous ayatciii Tili power Is owing lo the ll, i' I. ÜUW RäWBJVinO A I.AK K.nah.li -.,,.1 Auii-rlrnri Carnrl. II Clottis, A Ate , for tha fail I' ru.pei tfull) invlio Um attention Rsp H ly liar M OCK OK urtiln Uoo.l., Mo which he a buss. ra.oB i. aai mum. ii. a. nursiAH. a. CMIMAM. Experiment II. I). niMWUN CO, oaiuil.tlon A Isrwurillni M ERC HANTS, WHITaWATHHCAWALHAMM.OIMCIflN ATI. Ria I tlllM I s: eiaeiHMsTi. : csnsainoa citt, is. Johu Hws.oy 4 Co. ; Morrison Jt Nawh) rweed,Mbley.V Wrlfht: H . ' H. M. Conklls, XeeveaA HUphens, nsOBBa-row a. i . COMNBBSVILbB,IR. A WlggtllS ÖV Co. A. B.Coswsll Si Honi. : OoorgeUllli'splc. Liberal rath advancement, made om consign- menu. atS9-l9-lyr. SSTAalUMlKD IN IMt PBBl & SONS', ORIGINAL HO. I. YES MOUSE; MO. 174 WALNUT KTKKE I . East Ida bat. 6tb dc 7th 8U., (next door North of "Walnut MBrHooss," Cincinnati, Ohio. Prom the long practica that we have hai for r nearly forty years In Kuropa and NKW YOKKand in this city for the Inst fonrtaan years, wa feel confident In saying . that all goods lutruilad to oar cam wilt be dona in tho best style and oar charge on Hlacks will be -JO per cent leas than any other good 1 tug Bstablt.hiueol In this City. Our Hiram Dye works and Steam Finishing Apparatus la not surpassed bj any other Dyln Kttabllshmaot In the A o.t. Oaatlasaeus' clothing renorated In tbe best style. Liuilesstlk Ureases, Crapo, Hrocha, Print ed Bay State Shawls, Poplins and Merino Ureases cleaned without dying. Table and Piano Cover renovated. Carpets cleaned by Machinery without ripping and the Color retained perfect. Dresses dyd Black for 1100. Thia la the only Uye lloiuo, that aver displayed their work Ir. show window, after It had been cleanod or dred, which gives the Publican oppor tunity to da Ide according to their own Judgment, which Is tbe best Uyerln the City, may II U Jy JACOB BIS AS & CO. Miai-raFTvaaaa or an wikilbials dbalbbs in CLOTHING, SHIRTS, DRAWKItS, &. TRUNKS, Bo. t" Pearl Street, lUnelnnail, Ohio. fsm VKNTWÖBTB k BR(irS.. BO. 77 PKAKL MKia'.r, ' IN Ol BN ATI, OHIO. SFL 1MB SPBISfJ BB01S. We Invite Ihealtenllon of eoBBtry aaorrhauU to onr enlen.iv stork of Ksncv and Ntnple Ury (lood. Hnv Ing for several year imported direct from the mod rrM.raled M having u r niittblcd lo uns:iriMiaed Indusrm- Iub9 p i lurcr. In Kt wen i wii IHS FRANCIS NUELSON. mrosTBB tap MANtracruBXBor Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff, DEALER IN Leaf Tobacco, Into action. peculiar comblnatlon) of tnedicnl prousrllei without Iheir baliig eutrallsad. The inedi. olii la perfecifully aalc. not conialnvsg unv BBS Ii poison, oi mineral. It will, If assd freely, act Immediately upon tho liVt-f, aud ' atl other eeoreellve orgaus. Ki nd IUt folluta lug; Cort Iflrattra, CertlAcstf) of lit. J. II, Jordan, late Kealdeut Pliylolnu of the Fourth Mirsal Clwlera II'- 1 pllal. I cm i hoerfully recoiumeiin Um AUerailTB it I in to the pnblic know iag as 1 ilo, that it ia Sil exctltrut artii'la. I uaed U with good effect iu Cholera, during my lute cotuirrtiou with the Kourih St., Cholera lloapiU in thie oity, iaaassj of crimn ol us In t ! stomach uud howel. I uleo ua-l it lu a caar f InrlnniBiioii of the kiuneyB with the haji picaluirurt. From my knowledge oftta ir ii. K, la the above diaoaa.-a u ! others, lu wliiult I have used it, I have uo hcaitancy in pronuuiu ing It superior to any medicine liitherio ofTt red to Oo- public with which have hrcoiiH" acquntntro. aud Would cheer ; fully recoinmeud llto the public. J. II. JORDAN. M. i Cincinuatl.Sept. let 1H49 la a Mivra ran Tttt. preparation being en dut Hon, Its iftei is njMilt lit. tutary, Impno inp t r u. i aliog Uie soBaUtflttos. It K.M.uv. Peraoi s realilliu UMGUV a VO(llub! 'hand bracliiKlbe Little Giant corn & COB Mill Pan pbi ta nstw 1, is as; 1 1 donbtlet to isventleo enenf Uf sft Imser Unt Af modem time, for tbe ate of tbe well ad- vleed farmer anA atoek fweSer aA the universal ravor with which ll has been received from Ike first sen llinu an) thing else, attest III uUllty snd u pertorlty. For rtoirtaMllty, ala4teltv of eou.truailon , aoA coaveatwore of uae Ibe l.ltlle Ulant has BWesjual. It weighs free. J to& buadred las., aaeordlag to Ixe, can be put la operation by tbe farmer In SO mlnu las, wllheal si pens or saeehauleal aid, than ailjii.u-.l uA uud with enaveelenee by anybody. Tfee l.ltlle Giant hav reeelved the Hnt Prernl umiatsvery Btato Pair from Mtnosrl lo Mtrv. land the past Ball, s4 fWst 1b tke west eeaipft menlary manner. Theso Mills are guaranteed lathe most poetilvB manner agatti.t nreakare er derangement, sad warranted le e rush feed Irre ear com, and grits or fine homony from shelled corn, with a degree ef ease aad eoavwe lease fair farm parpoees, aever auntned beiore. l im ui'.c rtber Is now prepared to farsilhtbe furmersof ! rsnklln l ounly with tier-roved pal l. n and alsea, to aaH tha varied wants ot all. No. 0, Is offered at 40 romplete, ready for at tarhing Uie team, and warranted to crush, of dry corn. lubasbeUof feed per roar wllb one bores. No. .1st SMI, will crush IS bushels per hour. Bo. i ai too, will crash tu kesselt per kosr with two hone. i u in. ii will be delivered In Rreokrllle, or aay lace on Ibe Canal, at the Maautsctnr re prl- T.A.OOOUWIa, h de Agent for PrankllnOoanty. may never read anything bat hi. bill, of sals and notes payable, eke does nel knie aud hat Um Tri bane; there Is ant a etieaelve fabrlesSet Sf drugged and polsonont Ltqaort who dees eeistee stderlt a very daagrrens aad Imniorat paper, mod wonder why Its puidieation le tolerated la a edes marr .at. cotton-hoy tag City tike New York. The New York Mereury owre forcibly remarked that M had sever known S bard, griping, errening. ae rteasms employer who was not hnetlle le flke Trl baae, aor oae eminently goner. .as aad kindly who did not Ilk It. Presset sad plsln-epokee la tie denunciation, of iniquity aad anuses er pew- er. Wime claiming Be stamps isiiH.intv.ii may nave done teaai to tadtvldualu. but It has never 1 to Prluetple. hot deaf la the rri of the wr and .ufferlng In lis rolamnslbe advneales of novel eaA unpopular theories nark aa ptatlas lew melioration ef human waee, asps rial ly those ot the voiceless and dowa -trodden, hers eer found aodl. nee and hospitality ; while M haa aiSeeBl) re. i. tod, and will periistsntlv ru nbt, eTBft St tetspt I proecrlbe and degrade bim rlaas beeaas of diversities of Satl.Uy, Creed, mt fjaler. la deSanee of caturr.nl. ibe meet street u. tnd of botilllilet tbe sost deadly snd BBttrtBg, tbe Tribune bei (foes tesdil Is pebfk a, pre station rrom the day of las swlgin. Me wiran. et serving the public have been aagmenied In p re port loh. Instead of s tinfle editor with nee et two seelstSBU.tl organisaties new eeatsete s nntnemns body ef write rs, enrh Sited by snewtBd aecoaipllehrnent and .iil. fcr the rafkt. a Isr line ef dlseuss.ou to ahick bl pen I devomd; trie dally amount of reading v. iter gle isau quaerupiea mat of us eeriiett lesees ; a i of valeed eerreapordente eaeirtlee the gtnbe, IrnnsmlulB narty and InUllifrnl earratlee af whatever 1 meet worthy ol atleBtlee ; while Pol ities, I s-i.lai i "I. , Llteraiere. Art. Illetery-la abort rbalever u lha eoetel welt bet eg af muakind, Polemle Iheelegy siehe ettebtsei And here tbe freest and ami searching disease- ion . Cemroencingaaa daily folio ehest af aaodem site, and with erarcsl a thadow et ( 4. i emage . The Trtheae is new atoed tn ouarW form U.ilv (three dittsctedlUoBa.)hMi tin t ana a it LI , OM a heel 44 hy St Inchee, eight ample Pf of st rolnmusnMb. lu et.enlniion bas sundity grown from nothing lo the following asgieselt. Hall) Imuos (ii veiling and morning; VtJH coplet Roml Weekly li.na Weekly i3..:io Callfoiuis edition lurportnra, ( Ii Tobe bad of It H. W. il.ii t, aug.jl Helmbolt'- llhl.MllOI.lfl log. I: ton nave rugnot. uud nirri Uaiiiegei orally. I. W . Moobr and Ii. 1), Dubois. Genuine Preparation!. HIGHLY I'O.NTKXTKATEI) FLuIii rontrnctcd tho torribln uln-snu lU it til. k 1 No.s33MalnStreet,hetwoon Sth and (Sign of the Indian Chief. CINCINNATI. OHIO. Nov. 3, 17 IHM liry,. xth. S. & H. RUFFNI .Manufacturer and Dealer In Tbis is to certify that in the niiminer ol 1848, 1 becsmo so very lame and! weak in my back, occasioned by nj ' that j could not sit down or fret dn' without holdino; on to some object. I was advised lo try Mr. Foisha's Altera . t;.. Pn'. n Kntl,!oit r.r Atl.t taste, and very Innocent in i. .. .... ... ......,.. VIS"' .i I. .1... I. 1,11..,- . l.i ri UKU llll, It K1II1MII VI. I 1 rank and poinnou vims of this ur tad, unlike other remedies, doe n .1 M this P A P E and Wholesale and Kctj.il I fluids of 111. Uuackt, wl and All ll too well ( thosu nut a not be too careful lu the selection ol case. Tbe Fluid extract Duchu hat been pronounced by eminent pb)lclatss the greatest remedy ever known. II is a medicine porfoctly pleasant tn lis and very Innocent i 1 1 1 i Yon fiui -remedy in GROCERS, H. E. COB. WESTEBNBOW A FEABL 8T8, !( lMII. O. CTTbe highest market price paid for HAGS OLD HOPE and other paper ttock. nor 15 5äly 'A4 tiniee, my back wob perfectly restored; at ul I have felt nosyrapton of its return aincc. My wife, also, lias used it for Rheu matic pains, headache and toothacho with very beneficial results. J.J. YEAKLE- Dec. 1st. 1849. dtneaso in thu blood i .ii.t! utlonul Dt-blllty, brought on by ' 1 BLACHLY & SIMPSON, n. 11 PBAKL 8TKEET, CIXCIAN ATI, OHIO. iMroaTtas .as oa.Lcas im FOREIUN AND DD.TIFKiTIC GOODS HA V h now In itore a fall and freib stock of Sta ple and Paaey Dry Goods, to which they are making daily accessions. They Invite an exam ination of their stock by dealer visiting the city hl prlog. mar 73 LATIMER. CUM! & WW. IMPOBTBRR AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN bvsbt aaacairnoa or FOREI(i AM) DOMESTIC U i:SAr r Pearl CINCINNATI, OHIO, a. J LsTtMBB. C, L. COLBUBK . j.irrliN. rvUK STOCK for the spring trade, mainly of our U own Importation, or direct from American Manufacturer, la bow very heavy and complete. Orders, and the favor of a oall, aad peraonalex amlnalloa of Stock and prlcea respectfully solici ted.. Cincinnati, March I, '36- 3m IHPQBTAHT TO BUILDERS. HORSifiYÄ ExllEKj FR OiVTSTREE T, BET. WES1 Elt ROW AND JOHN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Dealers In all kinda of Lumbar and mauufac turer of Bash, Doors, Blinde, Window Frames, Mouldings, Base pilasters, Weather Boarding, White end Yellow Plae Flooring, .Shelving for Storee, Palling far Fen o a b , with Corn and Cob Mod. Wm. C. Mitchell, of Switzerland county, Indiana, writes thus to the OAio Cultivator: I have had no scales within reach to weigh live stock before feeding and after feeding corn or corn and cob moal; my whole con clusion has to be founded on the judgement of myself and others. Now I will give you tho result of my experience. Two bushels of at J corn ground witn coo, ieu to a horse, will keep him looking as well, and enable him to perform uABDttABt.riJTLEBY, ... ... p j y. T4 Jrlaln sHreet, near as muwii laiior as n ieu ou uirec bushels of corn in the ear in tho same length of ti lie. I find to feed two beef cattle of equal di mensions tho same lenght of time, that eight bushels of ground corn and cob,, will produce as much flesh on one, aa eleven bushels of corn in tho ear will on tho other. In regard to milch cows, 1 find half the corn ground with the cob, will produce as much milk in a week, as the whole amount in tho ear. I find in win tering calves, about half the amount of corn ground with the cob, will keep them growing aud looking as well as tho whole amount fed iu the ear: the same to stock cattle of any ngo will produce tho samo profit, if very old, the profit is greater. In regard to foeding sheep, about half the corn ground with the cob, will keep them looking as well or fatten them as last, as the whole amount fed in tbe ear or shelled. In regard to hogs, there is about tho gain of one bushel in five, by grinding in the cob, and wetting the meal, and feed it in good troughs. In fat. tiog hogs niter they are about half fat, there is very little gain ed by feeding the cob, though if tho corn is ground, I have ascer tained that six bushels and a half will produce as much pork as eight bushels fed in the ear. I find grinding corn very fine is not good, as it produces looseness in animals, and passes off, before the nutriment is all extracted; but when it is ground with the cob, the case is very different I find that the cob will not digest; it will therefore retain the meal in the animal until the nutrimens is completely out of tho meal, at well as the cob. I have fed an ox on corn, and put a hog in the field with him, and the hog would fat as fast as the ox. I theo fed the ox on meal, and he gained much faster, but the hog grew poorer, I then fed corn and cob meal, and the hog found no benefit from run ning with the ox. The same re suit with geese and pigs. Aaron A. Goiter, GKOCKKY PKODUCK AND COMMISSION ."VI lOKCUA NT, a.K.CORNRKOP KKVKNTH AK MA1MHTS. (IMIVIII, Uli f O. Kov aa- ea-lyr-. JQHS BROTHERS & CO. soorKssoaa to J. D. A . JONES, Wholesale Dealer in DRY GOODS, Cincinnati. " No. 19 Pearl St John I. Jonof , l,alb June, Goo. W. Jonu may 18 ly V. G. Hnntlnzton, J. Jone. p. e. UMSTE, No. 82 Sixth St. bet. Walnut & Vine, CTNCIHlf ATT, OHIO: The most etenlro and best Manufacturer In the United States. OKIGI.N ATOM OF ALL .NEW bTYLKS! Has taken the highest premium at all the Exhibi tion! Bay the best materials cheap fur cash, which enables him to sell SUPERIOR WINDOW BLINDS AND SHADES. TO TIIEPUBLIC. Thie Is to certify that, In June list, 1 was i stttcked with tho Asiatic Cholera; snd was , coon, aa my physician atatea lu a rollapsed state. I had remained in thi state some I wo L - - - 1 !.. t - I ly snd friends that 'I conld not poneibly li . and strictly forbid my wife permitting auj oue giving me any medlclnr or nourishment whatever, aa It would only hasten my death At this timeMr. Förtha came to tee me, and brought with him a bottle containing four ounce of hU Alterative Balm, sad netted permission of my wile tousa it on tno.ua he thought it would immediately give ease. I was immediately applied, aud In loss than ten minutes I wsb r stored, aud wa in a warm perspiration, prior to which time my extremi ties were cold, a clammy sweat wa on my faee and head. After the uae of two other bottles of the same medicine, I was entirely lloved of ill distress, uuJ in a few days was restored to health. 1 would Diosf cnerrfally uud heartily rec ommend this BALM to all who are sfTlicted In a similar ray 1 have also uaed it In other diseases, aud have foand ii a most excellent remedy. I do not think It cuu be abuse, a most terrible disease, which ha brought ttiou.anJc to untimely graves, tuut tlattli.g the brilliant hopes of parents, ai d blighting in tbe l.utl the glorious ambition of many a noble youth , run be cured by thin Infallible Kcraedv. And as a medicine which roust bctiefll everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined sod desppalriug Invalid, uo equal Is to bo fouud acting both aa a Cure and Preventive. HKLMBOLD'8 HtOLY COSCKÜ TRATKD OOMPOUND FLUID EXTEAOT SABSAPAtflLLA, For purifying the blood, removing all disease arising from ex com ef Mercury, exposure and iatprupence and iu life, chronic couslstutional disease, arising from an Impure .late ol blood, aud tbe only re remedy for the c Scald Head, L'lc. MStTUS. I RA AC STAUB MILL FACTORY, earner I et front ano Johu streets, Cincinnati. Ware, honso o. 1 Front street between Main sad Walnut. We manufartare a cob break er, ofgreat strengt b and durability. and ease of operation. We place this useful contrivance n all tlaes of mills, by which saeati wh convert a eorn mill In to It to a stock feed mill; b ;l h few minutes work to el to i put In on and take 11 off. r the We SMuufsrtare portable mill, tingle and lasc; double geared, (seat SjBSlrtgr sf Vrsscfe burrs.) 0 i, the grind wheat, corn.aod slook feed . calculated ' for aleam, water aad horse power. These mills elf- i have been run by (team aud horse power In Total !:. Wa bdlave no oih r t,r.ia,rla Uae wertd Baa a ..!. rlpllou I i.l oi i bull larf ti ih i, ml ss pertodlcsl of say son ran rival St. W akiie It estreats cheaaaaai rei.de. lag an la.raaa at" Bylng reeAers oal a. tawtrtfet pscanlarv aSwaa-r- t. ... l.a cii.ubtl. i ir' .waltaS He aah- arriptiua I lei, it re axsuraity i. te per- eetv lu tM BBpraredentod ialron.a some evi dence of pnbiir appreval and eeaewia. We take ptears tn at neanrtag U. aar readers that, im view of tile twomaatoua interact sSSaekl hg to thetieesloB ef t'astgrwa aowat to bjibisbss. Mr.Creely will spea-T the Wtourat Wesaingtoev, as the ; r. ..-nlaJ'.e of The TriBwwe. Hie let tare Will utipear regularly ta eur van.. as edlttt.es the WueWi) tucloded. TRKMS. Oer terms lavarlablv are lorthe Daily Tribun, SS pvt at. nam. Herat. Weekly, 13 Ivo ceydei for a ft. fill.tU; teaeoplstor over te wee address tjm eaeh. eekly,a'; Ihre t ..ui t. r BJ; It. oiira for a; ten copies for gl'.'; twenty e plea, or over, t bbs sbbbsss (erf I osX h; Iweblf reöles. or ever, to address or aeon sabacrlber. aioearh. l-uet aiaalara and othara aeadtag aaa lui. el tweatj er over, ob tbe aneve terms, will he eatitleu to as Vitra copy. a Odittoas may at atl times be made te a clab at Ute price paid b luo-e already In It. dec 7 GKKKI.Y A- McEI.HATH, Be. U4 Xaasaa sC. Baw York railoua ol the I impiea on in.' ibcu, aau an aeai orujiions oi . lha M. in. Thl arttele 1 now prescribed by sota or too BBSS distinguished phyylclans in the country, and has proved nore efficient la practica than auy preparation of Sarsaprtlut yet offered to the tiublic Several esses of secondary Kphyl.s, ' Mercurial and Scrofulous dlaeaset have cull rely i recovered In the incurable wards of our public luil itu lion which had lor many y eajs resisted sv- ' ery mode of treatment thai could be de vised. These coses furnish irlklug esamplesof the salu tary effects of tuis modlyrhe lu arjeeling some of the most Inveterate dlioases, after the glands were dlitroyed, and the boaes already alfectod. j Noticb. Letiers from respouslble Fhyilelan ' and Professors of several Meoicnl Colleges, and certificates ofcurea from paUeats will bo found prsssrsitess. ombctltlon against the other make of nllU of our city, at our ntatc pairs, sod never failed to to carry off the first premiums on oae oeeastoa wa-awarded a beaBtifal stiver mrdal. Oar mill, also look the two first premiums as tbe best mills : at two annual Tal r of our Mechanics' Institute. Also Portable aaw mills, to In-run by atoam, water or hor power. This mill was exhibited in operation hy horse power, et the Ohio Stale )atr, lu U4i, when It wa awarded s premium aad s splendid silver modal. A i jo -Ulffereul kinds of portable horse power. and aleam engines. All our articles, for ease of ' operation, simplicity, usefulness and durability, are surpassed by none aow In use. Alt ourarticleaare warranted a represented r r . exposure boo no sale at oar eoat of trausdortallon, and the coti.lstutional money efttned. i slate of blood, , jjv Ä full description, or testimonial! of merit kuoai. uno'use tutuecs, we refer those I titers tied ty owr .Mil Kheuin , ,iani,,UlaU , to bo had at factory , where we lake a Hamm 1 ...... ' . ! ,, . . w . die. sure to ekpiaineacn inici. Diarwvery f.IIATIM! Just PubllBhrti: A "few Im nesllclm! A KKW WrildlB OH the KatioMl 1 reatmen t vi ihm i Meotein s Nrrw.t ItrbllUy, Low hplrlts. Weakness of ; (be Back . Lcssttt.de, If - dtn.slMaei and Inea- psclty for stsdy d 1 bor, lal las of A .pre heaaion. Lose ol Slom- Ive of Solitude . Timid- rx aver.icn to cletv lly , FcW-DlslruaL, Dlssiwee. Hess Ache, I'n as la cry Allow as othora sell inferior artlrles, PAINTFD iuuni(zuiy recoinrnenu aiidlill.T MIADKHof boautltul designs. BUFF nd WHITF. Holland Shades, Trimmings, Flxturei STOHK SUA PER naiuled and lettered to or Kepalring and Jobbluc lu general attended lo promptly. mar 9 55 ly lloardi planed ou both ildei, of various thick neu ultable for the Inside finish ofhouaea. This establishment will be found lo beofgreal, beneOllo pcrsotubulldlngln.be coatitry', ssthey cbb be supplied here with all the materials ready made fluni bur, thorouichly aeaaooed tor flnlshins; houses. In the Lumber Yard connected with thl. esubltshrsonltliero is kept for ssle an sxteoslvs assortment of Lumber for all building purposes. Saah primed andglaaed, constantly on hand. AM ordera promptly attended te. TL l! M s t'ANH. NOV. 1 l, i-jlHT 1 r. GI1CI1I&TI MARBLE WORKS. Urtirrn How opp. Catharine &U. T. WHITE & SON, THOMAS WHITE SON, WHOLESALE JL and Helall dealers In Foreign and American Harble, Monuments Tombs, Head and Foot Nloue Table Tope, Fences for Orave Lot, and vailou other artlslss. Knllre sallifhctlon will be given to all person fhvorlng u with their order. We employ the best, workmen, and sell at prices lower than any other Yard. Caps and Kilts on hand . Osr Agent for Urook villa. Is Mr. Jsmes Kenne dy, who wiliatls&d to sllorderi. ft tssc X .JHoort NO. 342 MAIN ST. BETWEEN 877, AND 772. KEEPS constantly on hand a bountiful ussor mentor BATS AND CAPS, oftbs most fashionable kind. He invites his old friend, at Brook vtlle to gl vo him a call when Ihey JOEL KIRBY. I do hereby certify that the above certifi cate is correct, and the statement of the physician nude to me is true. JULIA ANN KIRBY. Cincinnati. Doc, 8th, 1649. , visit the eltv. May 7, INI I yr. THE STODART mm PIANO. CINCINNATI, OHIO, Agent for the most celebrated manufactories of the t'nlon, desire to call the attention of Lexer, particularly to tho above celebrated Instruments, of which they constantly keep a plundld assort ment ou hand. FOK SWtBTBBU. UOAUTV, ABO BO,r Al.lTY Or TONS, rOWBB Or BBTAIBISri BOTH TOB ARB TI SB, bklicai x or bu'Baii'w. 'Barer tum or rtatm, abb ubbat Bt'B A BILITY, TIIKKTOUAKT FlAXU IN DX8TJ R I'AMSKI). Fiano Hall, No TO) Fourth St., near Vine, dee 14 ly , aABTLKVT. jnrWhat ia that you mut keep af- I ter giviag it t another? Your word. BTAN8VILLE. ASA OLEHABT, (LateofASd Successor lo Ingle, Wheeler df Igle bsrlln RealKslate Agencies Attorney at l.u. aud aVoalfcsttato Anesst, Wlllattendio the Collection or Debts, thepur chae and sale of Heal Kalaio and all other pro fesstr' business Intrusted to hla la Vandor burgh.aud the adjoining eounllealn Indiana. IPj UrriCB OVBB TMB CARALSABK, KVAMSV1LI.K,IN1)IA1,A. BROOKVILLE. Watches & Clocks. urn. D.iwoin tekdehmiiin nkh fr vleo to the elllsens of Brook vtlleand vtetn it v,ln the capacity of Watch and Clock Tinker and It pal re r". making and mending JciWELRY, fco. Leng eiperlenee and strict PIJNCTUALITY are his recommendations. Shop3doora North of Llnck A Paruuhsr's store. Olvo uvea oall svery body, snd I will warrant sstlsfhetlon. Jans l '56 TEBMS OF THK INDIANA AMERICAN Rsbscrtptlon when not paldwlthlnthsyssrlM If psld wlthlntha yesr V.so If paid In advanee ,00 (jrSubsyilrsmajf remit money by mail at our risk, when not let than $'J are re mitted at one time, and receipt will he returned stating the time to which pay ment it made. Obtain a certificate of th Pott Matter at to the amountr emitted. B. Bartlett & Co., Commission and Forwarding: Mer and Forwarding-chants. MABt-rATt BBa or AlcoUol, Compilern-, I'lioiffcur anit It ii i ii hi- I'luld. .No. 8 West Front St., Cincinnati, Ohio. A Certificate from the Rev. J. B. Finlsy Ciitciusuti, March 4th. I ' Dr. Foraha Thia la the first timo In my lonjv life that 1 have viven my name ia recommenddtlon of auy medicine, aa a wen ernl remedy, though I have often becu sollet ei. I havo used yonr Alternativ Balm for nearly two years; first, for the rheumatism In toy hip and kuce.of which I wa nearly a cripple, then for very severe bralsee ou t wo of my tateltyi then a vloleat attack ofdlsrrhara on niywlf; thcu for luflatnatien, for bunts bruiie-K, und for a very severe case of stiff neck, brought on by a violent cold, snd s I thluk I hare hud fall proof of its medical propcrtias, in a gtsat many of the diseases for whloh you recommend ll, and I hnve nut found It tofall in even one of them. Still, po not say that It is an infallible cure, yet 1 is my sober conviction, thut Ills the be compound for these remedies for which It is I recommended, that I havo ever tried, r d I d many 1 will not, If I can pro it my family for suv aaaildsrsUoa. Hoping Unit you will atU continue to compound It honestly, nud that it may rellevs thsutautls of sufferers, I most heartily recommend ll lo my fellow-citizens t moat excellent Family Medicine. Yours, alTeclionetrly, J. B. FINLKY m knki i.. i have tri .. . . ...... cure It, be Williout It ISAAC KTRAUB AjCO. Hoths Nr. Kimble, tbe partner of J. It. Bur rows, while exbib ting a Barrows mill at osr state fair, last fall, waa boisterous about his mill; and courageously entered Into a verbal agree ment with tn to grind corn thus: Whoevergrtnd the most, regarding quality and quantity, was to be the ower ef bo'h mills, at each and every trial rtasTTBiAL. straub to run as 18 inch mill; Burrows dtCo, to ras s 90 Inch salll. sBCoao tsi.l. Ktraab lo run a 89 lucli milt Burrows dc Co, to run sS4 lach mill. TWJSV TRIAL. K ( raub to row a 96 inch mill; Barrows dk Co, to run a 30 lach mlB. When the pitch came, thai boisterous courage leorwtd out. set of Bucbu, $1 per boltle lo the above I now append a challenge to grind cob-feed out of whole ears or corn the side, ASsciloa of the Byes, Pimples ot Ute face, and other InflrmllU's nf mas. FKOM THB FKKBCH OF UR B. OB LARIT. The important fact that ihea alarmleg com plaints may easily be removed wmiecv Mammas, is, In thl imall tract, dearly eemonrtraled; aad IhecBttrely new and highly successful irca'ment, aa adopted by the Awmar, falli eiptetsed. bj meant of which every oae la mat led te cure him sslf perfBeUy.aadattbe least possible cost, avoid ing thereby all the advertised nostrums of the say. Rent te any address, gratia, ano poet fret by re mitting (poet paid) two postage stamps to W, B U Lane), No. 17 Llspeuard Mrs it. New I ark City. Hep2ti tu CUNXEBSVILLE. by II. T. IIF.LMBOLT. street, neor the Gtrard or e bottles tor 6 it Kariaparllla " cqualln, strength to one gallon of Syrud of 8ar suparllia. Prepared and solj Chemist. 903 ,Cheau-u House Fhlladeipbia TO HE HAD OP JOHX W. MOD OY. B rook, v llle, Ind And of Druggists snd Dosier. All letu-rs directed to thu proprietor or receive Immediate attention. JuoeiS-ly. 1 will run my ig Inch "Uuctn of the SouUi." with a cob breaker allacbment. tbe same article that look the premium at the Ohio Stete Pair last fall, against a 94 Inch Burrows mill, and Wm. Stewart'! Ohio end Kentucky Stock Feed Mills, both to be run stonce; sad If you sr spprehen sivs of s risky business, you have my entire ap probation to run Mr. Pomeroy's Corn Crasher, as an auxiliary, should my single article fall to grind equal lo quality and quantity to toe combin id productions of the two mills, (just ss von Dr. J- PETTIT'S American Hyc Salve .THIS ARTICLE IS X pre..-ii led to tin. public ss an Bxteruat keine. u , avoiding the path and dsiigerallebd- Iiik the Introduction of Cau.llcs. MliieratB,and Kye-wasliea, with assu rances of Its value as a cure tor tue vsriouidli- of tho EYE. 4SI or Acute or Chroulc by scrofulous origin Opilo Nerve, Urauul o. the Lacur) mal Ol from any cauio. Prl and by Drugg sis dt Linseed Oil, Lard Uli. Castor Oil, Alcohol, may IS ly Kpts. Ttirpenllne, Potash PruMiste I'otttih, While Lead, Candles, March, Hosp, Glue, he. COATS Je I'll RISTOl'll Ell. M.Mi r. iracat or METAMORA. STOVES AND TIN U I.E. rjiHE UKDEKSIONED , WOULD pFOEM uudollic place thai ho expect to koep on hand agoodiupply of TlNWAliL and M isiol all kind, at hi More In METAMORA, IND.. Where he weuld bo pleased lo accommodate oll'of Frankllu Couuly Willi Move1, at city prices, also, j 1SELF-SEALING FETJIT CANS Of various kinds, and the common Cans also. Order from Broukvillo or lur"l lor rani, au be setil by the hack and will receive prompt attention. as 3 MU ssoLOMON T, HHEBWOOD. cnt please,) then yoa can draw a few hundred dollar a. slakes put up. Come, boys dou'i be cowardly; there Is noth ing like walk lug straight Into the merit of a thing. ISAAC STHAl'B. ToJ. H. Bcaaowv dr. Co. may 1 1 ly AMERICAN PHONETIC JOURNAL. VOL. III. 1866. NEW SERIES. TERMS 5 CENTS PBK ANNUM. Objects of the Jouri al. To aid In the introduction and dissemination of an Improved and sjstematired orthography, by the employment of which, Ihres yea of svsry child's schooling may be aaved; by whleh reading and spelling beeome a pa. lime Instead or a toll: by lilra s correct analysis oftbs elementar) sounds of the language Is Utugat.and ac urate pro nunciation rendered attainable nv all. To furnish aterllng literary matter for the friend, of the Reform, exclusive ef Party and Ism. and intelilgen.es of lbs spread of Pbonotyp? and Pi - T afford an opportunity to every one of broom inr ncoualiilad Ith the theory and detail, ot the oriam aavautsge ot lo be within HBUHSKK, Kdilor and Publiaher; Cincinnati, O. o-o Itor Induced titty of the Ulceration a of Vlilon For sale by ok v llje. pencrally. RISING SUN. Pit oho;' nr. ('ntuptti'iK-, tin ruins; Fluid aud Nlrll uas. ALSO, ALCOHOL OF ALL STEENOTHS, Refined Charcoal for Rectifying Whisky, and Furo Spirits. Flcis abb Pmosobbb Lamm, Wholbialb abb ' Hbtaii, .No. 0 College Building, Walnut HI., Bast side, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, mxylHIy ClSCIS.tATI, 0. Ccrtiflctieliom D. L. Starr. I have known Mr. Foraha's Altera tive Balm to perforin a very extraor tliaary cur uyon a borge thHt was very ; badly cut, somo timo since. I used it upon one occasion, exter nally , u ith good effect. I believe it to be a perfectly safe and efficacious remedy to be used in many complaints. D. L. STA UU. ovomber 21st. 1863. Rising n Insurance Co., OF RISING SUN, IND, Authorized Capital, fc 1 00,000. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: It. Uathawat, J. 0. v, , . ., B. B. Loatso, W.U. Powai.i., WauT. Pats, JonbGbacs, J, W. KrBH'iaa, J. N Jtaaiaus. Gao. lu i.asns, J. I. Vlbbv, It. J. HaTSUWaT, J. TT TI ISSII, 8. F. CovtaaTOB. M. HATHAWAY, Prts't. B. J. HatsaWat, lee'y. a. F. CovnsoTOM, Ceuerai Agent. Both of the above Companies are iticorporatcd b tbo Law of Indian; their affair are conduct ed by oitixen of our own Mate ; and their bail sens I conduod exclusively to the blatte of ludi nna. Application! for Insurance recelred, and Poli cies tssuudat equitable rates of premium by JOII.N W. KKBLV, decVtly Agent fur Franklin County. ITS. J. B a . rasNcH. WVBBB. , N. (-W.BMTI.N. . WYNBB. FRENCH, W'VNJiK V- CO,, Importer and Wholesale Deal", in , NGY DYOOOS XANTJFACTÜEEE8 OF WOOLEN H08IERY, Ho. IB Pearl M., between Vine A Raos, maritly CINCIItB ATI. DUHMS (V CO., Importers uud Jobber In WATCHES, JKWKI.KY AMD FA.Nt Y 4OOD, No. IM stats Street, under Commercial Bank,' i.inrtiinati,u, rr-fWateh Makers' Tools and Materials. Ifo.ll,to43,47-lyr. Wholesale Depot, at J. & C. Rertk birt's.No. Bl Pear tt. Cin. Dr. S. W. Porsha, Drugstore, No side of Filth m., 3 doora east of Smith Cin.O. For snip at R. Tynar'a, D. Price & Son's. Linck & Farquhar's,I)r. Moody's and Dr. Haile, Hjookville, Ind. HATS AND CAPS. INDIANAPOLIS. I nfaianapolis Insurance Co., OK INDIANAPOLIS, IND. tulliorlai-d C'apttul, M..ltt. K M'HIM. Intro.luoed our with several new Mprlng Ntyte uiul Ca tpS, on Hiuri.iuN, renruan '.'III. We Im of Mali, beautiful styles of ave un he. nation lu sa Ing that wa have produced a Hal W ieb eannot be urta.eU for IIB A tiTY UP IlKotUX, BLBQA 3CB OK Pl.tlBH and tbe sofl,eaay inauurr In whleh it tils tho head. HURT A HOPKINS, Mo. 130 Main St., Wost side, 0 doors below 4th, Cincinnati, O. war Uly John i i. W'M. K. I BLOW. JnllH W.U. 1 BOARD OF DIBECTOJtS: Dtrstsi, Wu.M.Mtl Noritauaa, . W. II. 1. , K. Baov.1 P. Covtat UN Ii W i us AA' W'aioRT, HEFKBBM, I'res't. ral Agwnt. ÜATKÖ HOUJSE, INDIAN APO I. in, INDlANAt julyaei D.D SLOAN. IFEOPEIETOR, Paottoiic system, snd the Inirortaoi ll adoption, at a cost so trifling ss ibe renebof atl. H.P. I P H Q 9 SaT I C BOOKS MAT BE OBTAINED FROM Ä. P. PROSSER, PHONETIC PUBLISHER, 374 JOHN STBEBT. CIKCIBBATI, O. UrpertcPa.Hauual and Vecabula ry t A coniplete guide ' the art of Vrrbatim Heporltng, bj Henu Pltmsn and R. P. Proaaer, Price ?S llTpaytr cover, baodaosnely bound In muslin, $ 1 .m. rii.iiu! oi IlionutirapUy; by aB I'ltiuaa. The seventh thousand Ii now re.st!. Price SO csuls. Supotlor cloUt.ÖOcU. Koan Es tra.TScls. I hr tioaotrra tslc Ulagaslne; A monthly Mlarvllsuy ofkeiencs; Newtaed Buter Ulnmcut. lu Uieeorretrtondlng tyle of Phonog raphy. Per year, la advance, at. Phonoxrupblt Ceev Mips; Au attract Ive sbeetol the system tny SO, price tteta. Kent by utsll In rolls of Ave. thus avoiding creating aad Injury, BL Holle of eleven, fit. IMioaetlc I'rluscr, Inireduotng several new and aUractlvefealures, locta. rirat lMioiU'tlt Header. Paper binding ISeenli. Post paid icu. l'li.istt'tic Chart. A new aad beautiful i liart of llic PUoiiol)plc Alphabet, wllh eopl ua ttitrglnal explanations ta common prim, aad I radical aiulnment of a orrectand effective de iter). SrjbyM. Price Sect. Mounted on can vaa with rollers, aiM. I'ltottrtlc Tstalets. The letters of th Pbo oatio Alphabet, printed oti thick card. Prior 80 rents. 3iTrA HeacrlpUvs CsUlogas, wUh apsslss fhoeti, will be sent free loauy part of the United t tales, or the Cauadaa, by addressing as above Jessie. l&U. T E A S DA ,iVB VEW YOYE DYE HOUSE 18 A FODE 1T0- II KV BUiUU.Ml, with rtoue front, No. MS Walnut street, between Ntxthand Seventh, oppos ite JOi a Wnlnu. street House. No connection elth any other houe in the etty. Uoods seat bf Es pro ini proper tnslrui Uons, will havaprompt and faltliful atteolton. Audraaa, W. TEASDALB. dscii&it'Stly Groceries. Ii lock of Yougllysou,aunpowdr,lu.perlsl Ha Black Teaa la large and eellaelectedoTiate tmportationa, pore and fresh. Also, Prime Klo, ; Java, Mm ua and laguagara nffee; Prlsn H. 0. sugar; Crushed, Powdered, toef and Clarified .. .r .. tiolden Sjrup, N O. aud H. 11. Molaasos, Cuba Honey, Rice, Nails, Window Ulaas, Neamleas liagt. Colore-i and white Carpet Casta, Cotta Yarn and Cotton Balling, iiii every article usu. ally kedt by Qrooera, all of best qualltllee. war ranted to give satisfaction, tor sale la qaellitee to tall, at the lowest markst prlcea. AARON A. C0LTKR. B. B. Corner Mala A Seventh blreels, Cln'U.,0. May 18 18SS. 1 Joy to the World. hTOTW rraUaTAJIOtM tfce"hara tleae. every t body seems determined to ha v a Buck Move. Come ou, fr lesus; I have )SM re la mad frost the City wlih a fresh supply, and wl h whleh t ihtal I will be able to supply the Increasing Asa tor this popular alove. All thai are aoaoab with us iue.il. su-Vid com and try ll for lot elves. If yoaarelB dor.bt ss toll niaerleroasl Itlea, I esa give yoa three uaadred referaneea. :also, A large number ef U oae beautiful aad popular Paragon stoves oa hand; vary hear) aad durable. Premium aSores of all start aad k Inda. Parlor, Meeting House. Sek oei House I and Shop Mot e: to lull all. ' A GOOD assortment of tin war constantly o "mkkcuaNTS eats be sadplted at Clncinaatl prices. Ip'llouaework dose te order en short saUes. Thankrul tor the pass la von I wauld stilt sollen a there of public patronage. B. It bl'l.h. CosBersvUle, stay to esao. tO OLD FRIEWs AND NEW. rDt P ABTNEB 8HIP OF EATEXAlf A BITS ton being dissolved, I wish lo aa) a lew words to my old fiieads and the rwetoatets of the lata Srm. I have concluded to devote my whole time to the Tailoring BmLneu. I have modelled and rufltted the store forsnerly occupied by the Brm, )ut opposite the Cesrt House, and having received s new and beauUfal assortment of Clothes, Casimers, Tweeds, V eatings, &C,. act , &C. Prom the city , 1 wlllmake to order ersry descrip tion ofelotlilng. Praia my Lose tt)Mrlracs, aad the ualforai aallafastlou BeratoBare gl.ea, 1 Serf coufldeul tssll shall be able to give satire aad full srOsfkctlon tosll wboBna) give ate a trial . My stock will always b Sound coasptete ory tbtng pertaining V 'toa business, aad uT tha w.o. t fashionable hind, will be kept on Land, aad per out oftbs most (asildeous taste, a veil s those wauling good of a cheaper kind mat call with tbe aaauranew that Uwv w Ut be aavlaSed. I trust SsSSjs who have 'm..w ttaad patronised me for Biaay )eart jast. will again bestow . . j . . me the HffAl or their patronegs.and 1 thai I asa atl in) endeavors to give the aawie sattsfarttoa that I have Invariably doue heretofore. TOM Bl'HTO. Mtmemttr rr riett sas Arm. msrr the rt Connenvilla, Jane. IS. COKMERSVI1.I.I: Iron Foundry. GEBHART ' THO MP 90 , 'urecssorato W. F. Cehesrt Wholaaale and Retail lkralere la (OOl.l0 AND III Al l t. miOVn, asm Caatingi of erery Deacription. jrfrloee on Monroe street, a tow dear South of the Court Hoaee.CS Wa keep constantly on band the largest aad beet aaaortmestoi Cooking Stoves in tbe vsiley, and aav Isf recently Intreasad osr fast lilies tor man u tarlurtuar, we hava dvlnrmlnod to ml l aad a.ntn our Stovea t.aS oaattSCB AT CINCUNNAT1 PRICES! We continue IS man ufa. tu rt the Male Ptr pre- HATHAWAY COOKING STOVE, now sd milled lo be tbe best eooklngUe la the United aiatwel We also tuauatonure the Premi um or step Ceaklng Stores, with 4 or a holes sard large ovsus. We are prepared to furnish, wbolbsals sad SBT.ll Sad Irons, Wagon Boxes, and Irona, lice., tko., atciiy Pnc. A general assorimeal of TIN W A HE, EAVE TROUGHS, E HOUSE SPOUTING, kept on hand aad mad to order. iob Casting of all kindt made la a superior Baanaer,! abort not.ee. Having emplo)ed eaperleuced woraasea, we Invito especial allen t loo lo the laetthatae war rant our Slovo to perfor ra well, aad oarcasllBSBi generally to be of good a ate ral or tho mom j re lunped. II. H Old Castings. Old Copper, and Countr) Produce takea tn Bachange, May IB-tt-ly W, W, FKYBAKGER & CO., Dbaubbsib Paper Hang- Dry Wn.ii.aiAi. A Kbtaii Goods, Carpets, inff. C&DIA. QLAtf AFiD QUEER bwABE.I Beoi,,Shs, aaata airmosr ttasd Ac AND MANUFACTI KKEH OF BtimSETa Aral MANTILLAS, CONNERSVILLE LUD. may 1! Ml IRON ANONAILa. THK underiigned Bare aad will alway s keep a hood a general saaortaseal of Iron and Ball, suttod to th uaJe low tor eaah. et ti TYJtBB dt KIMBLA.