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THE VAUBY FARMBR--DBVQTED TO THB TRÜB INTBREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN.
VALLEY FARMER. HOW FBIMOST RAI IV '47. rota the IthIh foot. The following ktich n from lha pan of one of the snaaj who wer faa oiaattd by the brilliant and ÜMhing Mmr of Ool. Krwmoai M the delator or vf California, od ho bwoacow ee qaftitttd wilh th ioeldrnti h ! en bee upon the spot, end from lh lip of pertiea who wiloesaod them. I he gjesrsr diet Fremoet aado "a ajooti MO" oooe, and rill go far to aho tttoaa who ara opaw to mvicUon thet Iw an do it again PRBMÖNT; Tha lid of the Ob Hundred. In the wriy part of the year 1847 business cnlld me to Alt a California Having been long o resident on the Pacifm coast, and , being familiar with the lnngungn and customs of the peoplo. I was elected to effect a large contract of hides for one of our eastern firms, the trade being nearly par alyzed at the time by the war then in progress between our oonntry and Mexico; where a handful of noble men were ac complishing deeds which have gireo than a place in history by the side ot Leonidas and his braves. The Californias had be come to us a desideratum; altho' their mineral wealth still alum bored, waiting lor that enchanter of modern days, Yankee enter prise, their splendid harbors, the contiguity of our possessions in Oregon, and the fac ilities for trade with china, were a suffic ient inoanti VS. Commodore Stock ton had hurried up from On I lao, in the frigate Congress, and Gen. Kearney hnd crossed the plains from the Missouri river, with a force of armed hunters, for the purpose of taking the country and holding it as a gage for a sat isfactory treaty. The native Californians, who had long groaned beneath the imposts of a distant Government and venial Governors, hnd them selves invited our overtures; but a few of their leaders, with a deadly hatred toward the Ynnkees and hope of personal rewtird from Mexico, were assiduously endeav oring to stir up the people to a revolt in many cases with too great success. Manuel Castro, a wealthy and influential runche ro noted for his determined op position to nil change, and enmi ty to the "Gringos," bad arrang ed for an attack on the Pueblo los Angelos, the headq uarters of Kearney, held by a small force of marines and volunteers. His agenta were in nil parts of the country, inflaming the inhabitants and urging them to joiu him. By some means his plun leaked oat I was at this time at the ranch of my old friend, General Marti ne Vsllejo, on the Sonoma Greek; my companion was C apt. -, who hns since espoused one of our boat's daughters. Val lejo was one of the largest land holders in California, owning some sixty square miles, with forty thousand head of cattle, and sev eral hundred horses, these, ot that time, being a man's available wealth. He had formerly been Military Governor of the coun try, and was considered fair spoil byoor people, though in justice I must state that he was kindly disposed toward the Americans. Tfee house was a substantial edi fies of two stories, surrounded by a corrall, with a stout gateway; too household consisted of some twenty persona, We had all retired to rest, and were wrapped in slumber, when the loud barking of dogs and hal looing of men aroused us sudden ly from our dreams. Expecting an attack from the bear party (a band of lawless desperadoes who infest the oonntry), all rushed out to the court yard, armed as well as the time permitted, and in costumes the most picturesque, as primitiveness is always consid ered so. The General, sabre in hand came last; he challenged the intruders with: "Quien es laV (Who is there). Americanos r amigos nbra in pmcrttr (Americans and friends, open the gate,) was the response, a blow accompanying the words that made the floor sinke again. The demand was perforce eom- eftd with, and a band of some y men were presented to out view, mounted and arrayed as trappers and hunters, and armed to the teeth. Foremost among them, on a black mustang, was aJ small, sinewy, dark man, evident ly t!aer,rtwith an eye like Han to threaten and command," countenance expressive of the greatest determination, and a ben ring that, notwithstanding his roush dress, stumped him as one to command to lead. This was Fremont. MI am an officer of the lrnited States," said he; I am on my i way to Los Angelos, I most have i hones. "But "said Vallejo. "I said. Sir, I must havo them; you will be recompen cd by my Government, 1 order you, Sir, to deliver to my men what horses you may havo in corral." Finding rumonstrnnoo would be of no avail with such a man, Val lejo called his vaqueron and gave the rtquisito direclions. In the meanwhile my friend I made himself known to Fremont, having met him befuro in Wa.nh ington. Ml have information of Castro's intention to attack Los Angelus; I havo six day a to roach there be fore the outbreak, for that I need these horaes; fur 1 muht bo in at the death.1 Hut the distance; six hundred miles," said my I friend 1) . .xh road i "I shall do it," ho repliod, und turned away to supervise his ar rangements. In half an hour they departed as unceremoniously ar thoy came, taking with them some threo hun dred horse, ami leaving us in astonishment nt this raid, to won der if wo were yet awake, or whother it was nn unsubstuntial droam. "Losilinblos!" exclaimed the General, tho have even taken my wife's saddle-horse !" so thor oughly had I V iiiwutH lieutenant execute ! his orders. From Sonoma to Yerba IUumui, the little hamlet which m.w land the queen city of the Pacific, Son Francisco, he nugmonted his stock to the number of fifteen hundred, completely clearing the country, and thou commenced inn of the must peculiar races for a llght.prolmbly over known ltare ly pulling bridle to devour a steak out from tho quarter of u scarce dead bullock, dtiviug before (hum their spare lioraon, on, on they went The roads, at all time aw m a a a. a a ' bad, nt this season were nomine fifty miles being a bard day 'a AW journey, even lor a i. aiuorman. As their exnausted beasts dropped under them, they tore oil' the saddles, and, placing them on others, hurried on, leaving the poor animals to be devoured by the coyotes, or recover, as chance might bring about. Kvcr at the he.. I. the lust to dismount, and tho first to leap into the saddle wns this mount it ineer, this com companion for Kit Carson! this pioneer of empire! lremont!- Rarely speaking but to urge on bis men, or to question somu pas sing native, taking tho smallest modicum of relreshment, and watching while others simtchad a moment's repose, was be wrap ped up in his project, and deter mined to have some fight. Through Km Pablo, and Mon terey, and Josepha, they dashed ike the phantom riders of the Hartz Mountains, startling the inhabitants, und making the night-watcher cross himself in terror as the band flew on. The River Sacaificioa was reached; swollen by the rains, it rolled on. a rapid, muddy stream; his men paused. "Forward! forwardl" cried he, and dashed in himself; the strug gle wns a flerco one, but his mus tang breasts the current, and he reaches the opposite shore in safe ty; his men niter a timo join him, two brave fellows finding a wate ry grave, and many horses bein carried down the at ream: but noth ing can now stop him the bights adjacont to the Puebla appear now a smile might bo seen on the implacable visage of the lender 'lis thr sijrti tlmj of their rule, and thr goal is won. With ninety men on the last of his cam van of horses, ho fell like a thunderbolt on the rear ol tho Mexicans. The day was with them; tho little band of stout hearts guarding the presid io, taken by surprise, and not ha ving the advantage of the Mexi cans in regard to horses, were be ginning to waver. But cheer up. cheer again succor is at hand. On come those riders of Fremont nothing can withstand their shock. With shouts of triumph they change the battle to a rout. The field is won! The rout was a complete one, and had not Fremont's men been utterly exhaustcJ, none would have escaped. So ended The RtDE OP THE ONE II UXOR ED. I would state that the Govern- ernmeut, with their usual speed in such mutter?, passed an. appropri ation to satisfy General Vallejo and others for their losses six years after. This put u virtual end to the war, for though they again made a stand at San Pascal, h aded by Pico, they were dispirited, and Gen. Kearney with his mounted men defeated them with great loss. The governorship of the country being decided, which hnd longj been a source of trouble between Kearney, Stockton und Mnson, nfluirs became more settled, and the American forces, now largely; augmented, waa placed on a foot ing as to soon "crush the head ol rank relajllion,'' and Pico and Caatro fled to the lower country, to fight for a time longer aguinst inevitable fate. Scant Hay Crop Corn Fodder. Over n large portion of the Ohio Valley, it is now certain that tho crop of hay this year will be far below an average yield. The first mowing has been uminu ally light in many localities, and the continuation of tho drouth nearly everywhere bid fair to dry up the meadow lands to such a degree as to prevent all hope ol aftermath worth cutting. In this unpromising condition of things, it will be the part of wisdom lor our farmers to turn their attention toward something which will supply the place of hay. If they do not, and the corn crop bhould happen to turn out badly as it will if a very grout change in the weather does not take place within tho next mouth, they will most asnuredlv I"' in as had, il e w not n worse, strait for stock feed the coming winter, as thoy were the winter before last. Corn fodder, when properly cured and taken euro of, ranken an excellent sabsiitt.it tor hay. Now la the time to put it in but any time will answer between thia and lhw middle of July, if tho ground it in good order and the swaaon nhould prove even tolerably fair. A good plan would be, to at lent a piece of good atubblo Und, from which a crop haa juat been taken ad give it immediately a deep plow ing. Then take advantage of the tint considerable ihnwrr that mi) come up, ind plant tho next Aaj Corn I r lo Idfi in iy In town bro id oaat or planted in drill fifteen or alt -Urn inrhea apart, to lie worked with a long, narrow apade, between ihe rowa, once or twice or scattered lomewhat plentifully in h ;ht plow fur rowa, about two feet and a half pari. for cultivation two or Ibree timea with a ruhivalor. On 104 Ail. properly weeded ten- ded. and cut, the yield I very large A very important part of get Jnir corn fodder, i the curing and taking oare uf what b cut. There ail teveral mlim of curing ,ii I taking care of llu's article, all of which auereed muiK liniea, while at other nearly all of ihem fail. Ose ia, to out with a mowing Mcylhe to anon aa tho corn silki, and then oure for two or three tlty. tithr in thecondi lion in wliich it falla, or by apreadin over the ground. When thought to be dry enough lo keep without sweat ing, it ia put up in hollow ataeka of of amall diameter, the tops of the stack to be covered with atraw, or thick cotton cloth, to keep the rain out of the ventilating, hollow. We have known thia pint to auc ceed for tsars, nnd then fnil and spoil large lota of foddt r the failure owing lo unfavorable conditinna of the at moaphere. or to insufficient curing Another proceaa is, to cut Hnd curs in the same manner, and stow war in heda, and n hay-lofia, giving a liber id supply of coarse aalt to every lav er. Thia plan aometimes nuccoed admirably, and the fodder ia exceed ingly relished by horses, aa well a cattle and sheep, but we have known it to fail under the most provoking circumstances, after every caro had been taken lo inse-j its success. A third proces.., and one which is now fast coming into favor i, to let the corn stand on ita feet n little long er, but not Ioq enough to dtirtroy it v.u l qualities, and then mow it down aa before mentioned; eure it a day or two as it tails a greater or lesa length of time, according as tho weather may dictate nnd th n collect togeth er in small cocks in the field, to be hnuled in through the Col. winter. Cm. Henry's WUh "I wish I waa afraid ol one thing," said Henry, as he was standing by the window, ia hiH mother's sitting room. "V hat i that one thing?" she in quired. "I wish 1 waa afraid to do wrong," he answered. "I am afraid to do wrong," said Iii little brother Charles, who was stand ing at his aide. "Why are you afraid?" asked his mother. I nra afraid you will find it out," he answered. "Are you never afraid of that?" in quiied Mrs. Howard of her son Hen- "Sometimes I am, but when I hare done wiong l generally make up my mind to tell you about it." "That is always right, my child. 'lie that confesttelh and fontaketh bi sin,' the bible tells us, 'shall find mer cy.' " "I generally tell you, too," said Charles. "1 hope you always will, for if you tell me when you have done wrong, you will be much less liable to do so Mrs Howard remembered that Charles often came to her. and, in a whispsr, cr a low tone of voice, told her of some impropriety, almost al ways cloning with the remark, "1 thought I had belter tell you." She always encouraued this conti dence, for sbe knew it would do much to keep her dear boys from impure in fluences, and her most earnest deaire for her children was that they might be puru in heart, fearing nothing So much as sin. Children may succeed in hiding their sins from the knowledge of their parents, but they cannot hide them irom ihe eye of (Jod. nor from their consciences. They should be afraid of sin because they know it is wrong, and, if unrepented, will ruin ihetr souls. Dear child are ou afraid of BROOK VILIE. "THE tiOOD TIME'S COME." a mi m havx jurr Aimivis at tri favobiti "OLD WHITE CO RS- H OF GALUON & SON W Hieb lUcy ar aaw oprnlni, nud I nd to Mil At reduced prices. t a BFRIFfl iMs AT LANT i t i H i . it. m i l, , mi I li.p a largo il'Kk nt UmnU, bavw rluMl tha-urie," u4 lj aa Jon, ar aatUl lorall klaaUnf U.mhW I tmt (light advanca aw, 0aiaall WklMl prtaaa. To all in). I hu trral Ihn many (liferent ar IUI eomnOalAg nur Movk uultl Im a Harrutnan iak lnJaU ata a; a ill nam a IV ( lha la.lln( and laa, Oiouah wa hra arary thing fro) a Mli rwaa.tpa ma aauaag Maattlaa. Iroaiea DeaariMenl. T lb Mlaallnna at thia pari nf onr lor an have taken all i m. naln. Uhjtea. ir v m with ta Bwlach .in. if Ith a area mt which "ttuoen Via," haraalf aoaM I broad, tall alta OM Whlta Corner ami "l.rV' ellf aalljou one rf i ...... -i. ii auU faMaaUle K 00 KM IK, OAMIU.B, OR NRKOM MOURN, 4iil -Naar)" will nm jnn anme nt the (iretlli ! mi. I rl. hen paUerna of Lawn, Marefai and I n tue ever brought to thia nia. Wa aUo hare tho Mreta h ilk a and Hg lark anil .Hue III.,, k Ika nf eary grade.- i.l rolorrd il. in ami I y la.) Kildifui.1 r . uns Mr um If. I. Lot. . Kinn I'raoa Nhawti wb Sgurn.l, tteea I 'olara . (i all hind ol Könnet ai M.l'kfa, Moaler (Jlotea, ItflMllewrii'a Orpiiiimeni. We have a Ireah lot ir Men 'a faiir) ami plain t'BMimerea, and allnoU, lotha, ealluga, ami h"IIMlu Ika Bnett" aaanrimunl of KfEaN AM) K()YS(10TI!l(i " i'i nil mil In thia market. Wa have been re.) parllrHiar In bulag our nothing, and Batter our ai Una Hint we can run urn mil, gnnlleatf n, from 'head to row!" for laaa Mon than any bona hi IhU Valle) . iii..' aa rail. I.O..K t l . hhnaa anoaiMtll) largo alorl of llomrallri aarh aa Mnalina hleaehe.1 and niiSleai he.l . lint liuga,do. Lilian and tot to a lMacr, I leWluga.aat . I'rlnll. Hban It romaala'M atartn" wa'ro round," but all taal we uaed aat abotl nrlnt. la, that we hate tba Merrtateek, t'lnhero, ebllii, Allen Mona, Hay Mam and Niragua Uranda, which aver) iio.it knowaara aagoml aagol I dollars. ajfaill lt.i.-r. Thia la l-i.i tho aaaatoi of ihe year to papi r yoar walla- Urn) begtu lo look bad. Wo hava made large aiveaatona lunar beretnlnri) Inm i . I of Wall Hapef, Sd rail. Wllhoiil douht, ssklMi ihu largeal and moat taal. full) aelerted alork -on.l theii NO cheap of any hnaee m Uieae arta. nrprla. Ws bars jaat opened a large and well selrrted toeb of Imimrtad l'arHu of the laiaal patiarua. nag I areola al a) a on nana. I.... i i.. .it wttstwa. Wa have one room devoVe.i to tint braarh nftbe h laineaa. and wa are ae prapsriHl to tull will' "huwa vf M.MIM, ever) body avaa to the twalleal Infant, t'-onlalulug ,. ihe varleUee of Uarfiaa Muaalnaanil H.H.teea. Mlaaoa and t'hll.l'a ahoee Min ami Ho) Mooli and rhoa. Ws aar large aaaortmaut of CUM OM-M A UK HmtUand Hhoee of every deacrlto. Ilatta MHii ii. K. wry grade both lor men and inijt.ovcu to ib late ati la or hiiK l IIA I a for hard or ..lt Imada Call tu Uvula, and - A.lam" w II I at I vat you "Sla." rd .!.-. aad Ihesrtlrlet uauall) kept in a ratall ttrtra. In tMriisar sad i. luaawan Wa have a i entire now abnik, cuntalning aom aaw watverna, and all that la wanted IM thia . Hal wa leal II unnecvaaary lo say mora, i .nil lor to aa ws raw) a -) grateful fr lbs libor1 iatrouag b.-atowed upon uaail ilirongb uur mer i autile eouree, and nothing on our mit thall h lone, at IMS late day. to want a ili.voeilnuanc of lbs samt. Wo aro iura that If gom) iioo.i. abaat Ooods, and plenty m Ihem. anil gentleman Iy i lurk a to wait ou you la what you want, wa havt no fiar. sprit 4 n. li. i. i l.l Iii A mi . Peace! Peace!! Old thing have patted away anil acme things have oome new. Daviu at, a I oNTSS. intOHiM WILI.Uat mW WILLIAMS. ItroDLII announce lo Uie .u'lm that lue) ha' Ii lif iugkl on an enllrely new atock ol good, whleb ths) sra how opening at lbs OLL) (iKlM) STüNE CORNEK. long oesuplad by H. Tyaar, la Hroobvlllo. T. euumvrale thalr alot'k would bo aa leUioua aa It ! uaaloaa. If yo waul an) thing In the dry gooaj. of grovary line, call and aea (or youraulvoa. I hj hava - ti Dreae iin. Uadlea wtattlug lo eiainl na Mail t.aaullfu I l)la of fanry aitka. are invitod to call at oar Mora tue sue eoiua tiooda abltb are elegant a soy lad) cai i ah lO SO, Ml.-... I.. .1 Tl.i.ll.,. LailikS sro ratpetllully lullrd to eallsadoi aiuiue the nice lindale Hlarchad Mualia, I )sr and I Inch a Ida) holt Uaürvaaeu Uood. I'l.nii II I Mi SllkaaWaail Balll. Wobsrojml roeolvod a eslubrslsd II lark Nllk which haa given univeraal vallate. ll..n. l.a.lie who areUeair iua of join haaing a bla. h Hllk lr mat tue) eau hava vonBdeuve lo bellavo wlllwoai wllhuuteleaulng,aail will ratal a u lusiro, oai SuU It at Slaughter A WlllUata'a. OrH UOO)ctOa tHvils sud I'i spo sbawi, Hlaeh and Fancy hilki Oelalnaa, Olughauta, I'm, u, Utwua, I'bailloe. M ualina, l.iuna, c, at our eaUbtlahnaenU III . Ii I I III! 11 labia l ovora, Hrown do, Napkin, Do) olle, Juttoeiied. eOO Piccwo Prist. Coatpriaing tbo faciflc, ''ocbooo, Morrlmack ICugliaU, Haiulltoa.Npraguat, Allen, Maiirbottti eudauember ol other well known uiakea, whlcl we are aelliug cheap. Uragtrrlaaa vVo bare on hands aa eitcnslro saaortnient ol l-teoaod Maalin Oraportoa. ia.r n.xi iiui,,,., ,, You ma) always Bud a rtrltty of 8agst., sn Ntw Orleans sud ugar-Hoasa Molssaet atom aund. I' Nalla.aTft). Wa would call tho attention of Um wanllnr Malla of auy alia, and Iron of any kind, to ooi largy aaaorluicul, which wu offer low, aprtlU ARRIVAL OF THE PAG I F I c . SAFE AND SOUND!!!! Mih. IM LOAIJKD with SPfiiNG GOODS, KOR TYNER & KIMBLE LOOK OUT FOR NO. 1. INTERESTING DETAILS!!! TVVBI a.MLKUAVK KMCai VKIlTHKId onrly atook of Nnrlng U.HMla. and Invito the public lo call and exeimue for Uioinaelvoa bofor. purclitalng.aa thty can any wlih.-ul loarofcou tradirllou, that the purcbaaer oau saves largalu toreat on bli money by purchasing of ibeia . Theli cb la large a...l well avloi-wd al pnc. a aa low a ..one) cau cm man. I . In. Mc.SIHI.Y AUUI IIO.s will In a fruili and auaaounble Uuuda, wrat aa OaVatgav Csaatnarts, 1 wteda, J nana, I .utonadea, Nbeatlngs. Kbi'llngS, Prinu, 1). lalnet, Mlulalia, Ueragai, Oebegea, aawa, aaaaa, ColUrt, Mleevta, Cbemltetta, Hdk'fs, Lawns, I rimming! Hon neu, KlblMMI. Mal, f'atia. Knota. Khooa. Ororerlna H.i.i..... Iron.nrlndatonea.and all the am ill notion con- necte.i wnn ami noceaaar) lo a coiuileleat .ck an pertaining lo the trade, ni-y uiae in uxenange tor (iamia.aH tho rurri-ni money they ran g Jl. beaid.-a all the broken bank .i , .iii iiiii.iii pri. e, tngctoer with ulm.ial every article in ths product Hut, AT THE OLIi n u n 1 l. M.t.MI. aprll 4 tL GO IT BOOTS!! t. BSOOKI. 4. NO a LB BROOKS & NÖBIE JJ A VK ii I K. KU A LAKRK BOOT A.NDMIOK 11 muk In lha room taruiarly orruplcd by II. Hsu i V Met, on Msln Hurgeaa itroet. whore lte will keip on hand a general aaeortment s4 Boot. and noraot an loruaud lsea,cuitom made and saatern msd . Mr. Brooke being a practical 8hoo Maker, and kreplnga largo number or Uta beat of workmen at work, cart tnpply cuU aisrs wltb work, to or l r. on abort notn.-o. Hh will also werrtnl all ihe aaalira work purcbaaed at bla aloro one ver) great bI vantage lo be ae-ured by buying or Ihem. The) routtdeully expert lorttrillhe psironagoor in a run iiiy . uii'i inrraiurv ff. ipec. 10 nave It. They keep on bssd a full n-ppp of Pmdinge, and leather. b th aola and upper, of every des cription. They can furalah Nhoe Makers with ev ery article they esay wanton abort notice, and at vrrv reasonable rales. Dir .: Ulli ANDSAILB. T1 1 1 K undersigned bars and will always keep on - band a general aaeortment of Iron tnd .V ail, suited to IbelisUs low for cash. Otts TYNKB d. KIMBLE. CINCINNATI. e. W. COFFIN, BELL BRASS FOUNDER, -DR4LKK IN- U'.AU, ZINC, COlM'Klt, ui.orK Tix Hrr.i.rr.ii mi.ii:u, II! I II IMlKIM., Hilt s Ol Hi, WlliaiTLKN, A. C v 4 Warn. IQ V MM l.iHerond or ol uinbiM Niraei. Ol. N INN ATI. Oil 10. M ,,HKI-'a e atecutad n traa NelentlSe and ill M.nnoiilae j,rliici..a fullawad In Hi Srat M.-II Rouaderlaa of Uernmnt, Rrauvo, Holland and Kng land. nor 7 if Jaa. w. o'roaaoa. 'VI .Ii'. ..Ml.- O'l'ONNOIt BROTIIEB. mo i ... n. .i an. It waaiaii and Do.m:NTic DR Y GOODS, WO. I I'KAHI. STIfRBr, mtTWKK.'a VIWR ANII im i . CINCINNATI. 0. marebT ly ÖÄY&'MÄTLftCR. WM HI. Ks UK UK. I I.K UN I.N H r a P I. M AND r A ft V V I) V CI ( I S. ML 10. St I'KAHI, HT., HI'. I', VlftK NACK BaW. ttrtly CINCINNATI, 0 at. t. a. aaaaia. i.i- a. T. B. HARRIS, MÜ6ÖI8TAP0THECaBY, a. fa, CON. Bra ab MAIN BTB., CINCINNATI, O. BBjafjfty PETER NEFF & S0N8. WHnl.asstB BÄRDWÄRB pan i ajaia No. 93 .Pearl St. bet. Vine A ' Race, CINCINNATI. 0. march 7 ly a. t. rmrt i. w. t. cmrtt a a . II. I. I IIII'MAN k CO, OWMtSMItnlttSl etc I nrwardlni .M KHC II A NTH, WIIITK WATNNCANAI.HASIN.riNClNNATI. ti l l. I(l l s: ia inti. fnbn Nwsss) A Ca. rweod,Nlbley A Wrlghi : (aSra.B Mtephens, i ottttavikf a.ian. t . H. ('unwell a Hons. : awsaiaoa . la. Morrison A Nowbjr II. A II.M.Conklin. Matlterow a. ia. A.N. Wtgglua A, Co. Ooorge Oillnapie. blbertl saab sdvsnrentsutr made ot consign nenta. antfo-IO-lyr. I M tlll.lBNBD INJ I Ma. PEEl & SONS', OllllilNALNO. 1, UDT ' M CP LOT 0 1 . ! NO.tT W ALI W r KTRKIT, Kast Hide bet. llth a 7th His., (n-ai .(..or North of ' MWalnul at. iluase,, I Incluuall. Ohls. 'mm Die long prs. tire t' I ws bsre bad or , i loarly Inrit ).sra In Kurope nutl ll. V OK Ii an. I his city lor the Utal ronrlnt.ii 'ara. wo leel rongileiit In aylng.that all guaads inlfuated to oar rare will bo done In lue boat sty la ltd nur charges on Illach a t III be VU nr rent I a hau any other good Iblng Katshlishiueni In this 'It) . Our hi. am ItyaNworka and Moan, flulehlug tpparalta Is not aur passed by any other l)lhg Kalsbllahiueut III the A Sal, (leulleaaeh' rl.ahtng rennrsled In the best Itle. Irflolessllk Oresaes. I'rape, Hriarha, Print 'd Hay Nlate hhswla, I'opllus and Merino Presses l.iano.l without dying, Table and Piano Covers renovated . l arpeta cleaned by Machinery without ripping Hid lite Colors retained perfect. Drwatrt .it ,i m... k r..r BltOO. This la the only M)e Mouse, that ever displayed heir work In a shnw window, after it bad been leaueil or dta, which gives the Publican nppor null) lo .l.u 1.1 ai i iinliiig to liioir own Judgiueul, I lilch la the beet i ywrlu tat City, may II SJ ly HATS AND CAPS. NFMINia krtl.tk. tirK Introduce. I our Hprlna Note of lists. IT Willi aevvrsl new Slid besuliful styles n T;, .... I liu.ailu) , Pebruan U lal. have no ho.natlou In sa) lug that wa have .induced Hal v Meli cam...; be surpaaeed for IK At' IV OK UK.NiU, KI.C.M NCK OF FINlaM md the soft, easy lasnaerlu which n'Ulhohasil. III'NT t. IIOPKI.Nh, No. 139 Main Mt., Woslside, B doors below sib, Inclnnall.O. mar 14 ly AT1HEH. COLBUHH & LBPTflN MPOKTKHM AND W HOLKSALK DKALKKN IN BVSS V DIM tirr.O of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC iiiuo Aiti .(uri.mv.tat bac tl kllDtt t III , t I I I I lit , I.I A Not. 74 'into Nrrci,nrtr !.. . t. CINCINNATI, OHIO, J. lATIttS i.. okti an. , bt-PTOS. IMPORTANT II UBS. HÖRSIEY& EHLER, FR O.X T .v TH H B T, BBT. WESTERN ROW AND JOHN, CINCWNA Tl, OHIO. Ooaltrs In all klods of Lamborand 1111000 tarers of Sash, Doors, Bliods, Window Krameo, Mooldiogs. Reno nlast- rs, Weatbor Boarding. Whlia and Yollow Pino KioorlBf, HhelsiRg for Stores, Pailias; for For dss, Hoards planed on both aides, of various thickness lultalds for Uta lusidw Bnlsb of bouses. This establishment will be found to hoof great, k' tie fit lo persona building In the country, as they an bosiippllitd hero with all ihn materials rnsdy nade of lumber, thoroughly soasotied for Sarthlng louses, lu the Lumber Vard connected wtthlhia iitabllshineut Hiera Is kspl for sals auettanslvt lasoriiuaul of Luinbar fttr all bulldlug purposes. j taah primed and glased, constantly on band. All ird. rs promptl) attended to. TEltMh CAbll. Nor. II, I - ill 1 - I yr. GIICIIIÄT I MARBLE WORKS i Wrsiern ICow pp. CatUarlno ( r. WHITE & SON, TTHOMAB WHITK v SON, WHOLESALE a and hvtall dealers In Foreign and Americau darble. Monuinents Tom'va, Head and Fool atones l ai.le Tope, Fences for Grave Lots, sod various liter articles. Kntlre aiilsfaetlon will be giren lo all poraons favoring ua with their orders. Wo am plot the test workmen, and sell at prices lowor than auy oilier Yard. Caps and sills on hand. Our Agent for Brook rille. It Mr. James Kenne dy, who wlltaltendtoallordtro. M. SAWYER & CO, M t JIUFACTUKKKR A ! BALK RR IN Window Miualr t, OI Clath Carda. Tunnels. lti..ai ., Hull agtl Wliilc t ittdovs raisudo i. in. us, aad Cur tail it Hillen, alt. Wholesale and Retail Window Shade & Oil Cloth Store, 10. COLLEGE HALL, WAUTOT IT., BBT F0UBTH AND FI 7TE, sprlll Cluctnnstl, O. D. A BRADLEY, KUCCKSROH In UliADi.t.Y ii t onirics Wbulaaleand Retail JEWELER. II A VING just returned from tbe East wtib a II large and raried stock of flno Watches and Kich Jewelr ! Comprising an assortment of NKW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLES! which I will offer to the old customers of tbe late nrm at salisrarlor) prices, fall and see at N.W. Corner Fourth dr. Main, Clnccinnaii, O. mar IB FIRE WORKS, CANDIES, NUTS AID FRUITS, WHOLI SALE AND RETAIL BT JOHN it. MYERS. toS.1 Main Street, bet. Fifth and Sixth, Was Bide. ' CINCINNATI. CT All orders promptly lllsd and psoksges wsrrsnledfull weight. Nov. U,lbA3,l7 1 yr. l.L.l ObSI St. J itUB STOCK for the spring trade, mainly ol aar I own Importation, or direct from American dsnuisclureri, is now very heavy aad complete, 'rdera. su t the fatnr of a call, and pereoual g .luiuatioii or Stock and prices reaiieclfull) sollet, ed. Cluciauatl, March I, 'aW-.tin CINCINNATI i. at i iaarui.a. a. jaaarai, J., i ail. JEllfllrS. HTTEFIELB ft CLAil ' WHOI.KNALK GROCERS. Ko. ' i n ii a rut. i t. wkrt sidk, skco.nd doom ahovr sixth, 4uA Na. t Nlxtk Nircaia ciHcnrnATi, 0. uco. aaraoa, jr a. a. um.. ' 'Ä iJ J C tlM at C1 r OniVlrOvlf Vk VVm . er I lacoaiaai an nsaktsatn I , Otaat and Quawnttvarr, No ag Main Hlreel, 3 door below third, may taiy I.Xl IM. V . I'UI t. iv. rtir. TAIT & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, an naai.aae it PRODUCE, Na. aa Wnlani ai.,riMrlMitNti,o. aw vm. mpmm l- r. Kgg., Uraln, I'otlbera, l rta.il rrull. . IStta taos, Oulons.Ar. Liberal I A h. ndvam taenia mad on consign tnenls. I Orders for ttriwerlea and Maanfaetured Aril ilea sollrltud and nil. I on the ... ..i rsvnrebln f tarres. atayiaiy HENRY FALLS,: jO A It P T w' A V Kil O IIHK, No. Ill Nasi Ktitrih Strest, bolwoan Main and Nyg. amorn Nt'ci-U,! mi liinsll, O., wK.NnW 111 i I It IM. A I. v NOK MIM K ON JL, f.ngllsh and Aun nraii I'arpla, . 'urtilu i;...... till I lolhs.ae. rtte , fur Ihe tail trade, to Which he reapoi Hull) it Ilea ihr allenilou of Ihn public. Hep II I) -par ii .m it... matt . an muh. wACflflBlSÄSÄCO. Msturs) r atts or sat wMoi tssi s us t aas is CLOTHING, HIIIKT8, DRAWKRH, &l TRUNKri, Nu. IB Heuri airert, Clnclnitall, Ohio, ask) tei j WENTWORTH & BRUU, NO. 7? I'KAHI. Sl'HRRr, CINCINNAri.OltlO. SfLHOID Mm 60BBS. Wo IiivHp Inhalt, lit.. ... of r.iuiitrv mnrcliauta to lour aatwnalve atoek of Paaey and Hlaple Ur) i Uoods, Mavlag for WfBrnl vesrs Imp 'rir t direct fimn the moat relobraled Maniirtctureraln Kurope, an I having a resident partner lu New York, we ere 1 enabled to "rTor lo caah at 1 1 -1 feeponatble bu.era, uiia irpHiaed liuiiic in. nia in prii as, tit lea, Bsf, febfip WKNiWoKIMA HKnl MKKH FRANCIS NUKLHON. iMroaTKs mi ttsNtirstrrvBiBor Cigtira, Tolmooo und binulT, PlAlrMI IN Leaf Tobacco, Nu.;. Msln Nlmni.litlwnrn 3lh sud Ith, Ihlgnolthe ludlsn Chief.) fJlfictNN CI. OHIO. Nor., 17-ltABIfTfH S. & H. RUFFNER, Msnufaritrors and HetltrslM ad Wliolnsalnaittl Ntitll . 1. 00a. WIST IHN BOW A PIARL BTh , ( IMOMIi, o. 0 r I ho highest market price paid for It AON tH.ii Koi'K and other paper stork, ao UMly la Aaron A. Colter, UHOCKKY PHOOUCK AND COMMlaaiUB HI K ICC U AMT. N.B.COKNKNor NKVKNTII A N II MAIN HTM. INCIIN.N ATI, OHIO. a ta Bt,yr.t. m wnxwwi ai i Iii TO J. U. A ('. Jtf.NKM. Vt'holeaalo Oeslertla DEY GOODS, Ho. 19 Pearl 8t., Clncianati.; Joiiu il. Jones, . Celob Jone (1. Huntington, J.J outs. Oed. W. Jonei mat IH ly p W UMTPIl VMO i bU) No. 82 Sixth fit. bet. Walnut A Vine, CIW CIÄWATI, OHIO: The most sitoiisirii ami beet Manufacturer tu the United Htaloe. ONIOINATOR OF ALL NKW RTVLKN! Ilss taken the highest premiums si all ihn Kkhlbl Mousl Hoa tho beat rnstarwls cheap for oash, w hleh enaiiles in in loaell srjFEaiOE wrajjow blihds An 11 oaa.vL,o, Atl iw as others sell Inferior artbdes, PAINTKO aminiLT Ml A lir.H of beuuiliul designs. HCfr and Will TH Holland Mhados.Trlmuitiigs. Futures Ac H'l OK B - II HI- peiuted aud lettered to or der. Kepnlrtngnnd Jobbing In general attended to promptly. ma IUI) JL rsst . 3JToort NO. 8 1 2 MAIN ST. BETWEEN HTlf, AND 977. 1 I : Si lM constantly on baud a beautiful aseor IV roeiilof HATS AND CAPS, nftho innslfashlonabts kind, lie Inrltas bit old friends al Itrookv Itle lo give him a oall when (tiny rlslltbecily. Ms) 7, l 3-1 yr. THE STOD AR T PIANO. W I WVaTiaa I I IsfllwVl .waaaaaa ..... fji j i af 11 il X Ö ll CINCINNATI, OHIO, Agenlsfortho most eelvbraled manulaclorles of the I'nlon, desire to call lb attanllou or buyers parlu-ularl) to the abovu celebrated instrument, ot which they coustaully keep a tplundid sstori- msut on hand. i-ua awicBTaaae. tui.IT, 0 aucaLirv or TOna, pvwsa or it. i 'm mi both tons ano Tina, psifi i t or am iiiNiaat. riant not or riman. ann ontaT in a a I i l l , . TIIKKTODART Fl t.M IS U NMJRPAN8KU Piano Hall, No TB Fourth si., boar Vino, dec u ly a. taRTLgrr. n.s. a i Kin i. . ooeoot B. Bartlett & Co., Commission and Forwarding Mer chants. Matt-rat Ti Real Of Alcohol, l'ii tu pit i nr. pim.jjonc ami Ilm a lug fluid No. 98 West Front si , Ciucluustl, Ohio. Unseed Ol!, Lard OH. Castor Oil, Alcohol, may IH Ij Spta. Turpentine, Fouah Fruasiate Potash, While Lead, Candloa, Mir.,, Soap, Glue, As, COATS fcCIIKISIDl'llEK, ttast ri' 11 Bias or Pboagrnr, f'nmnhruc, Hi. ruing t'lHid as sa al Mgrirlt B.att. ALSO, ALCOHOL OF ALL STRENGTHS, Refined Charcoal for Rectifying Whisky, and Pare Spirits. Fn tu sto Pasasiai Lamra, W'aoutsaLa ano BgajISL. No. C College Boildlng, Walnut Rl., Rati side, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, an.ylNly CI.NCI.NJi ATI, t). a. s. rsiNi rt. i S. WTtBTB. , a. i iianriiN. . WTtSB. FRENCH, WYNNE & CO., I in porters and Wholesale Usslersln FRNßY DRY GOODS MANTJPACTÜäEBS OF WOOLEN HOSTEST, Bo. IB fearl Kt.. oetwoea Vine v Kaue, mar illy CIJiCI.VN ATI. DÜHME & CO,, Ituporlcraitlid Jobbrraln CUES sum, JKWKLRY AM) FANCY OOOUB, So. ISO Main htreet, under Commercial Bank, Cincinnati. O. rr7Watrh Makers' Tools and Material!. Ror. 1 1,183, S7 lyr. NEW ALBANY, JNI). p.nin.DSaV nrs IS)wwwrt)tati Malm Pili laaisiractarf I'MBt'AMKDHV A. a.BtWtLKUIH At HNO., NBW AI.DANT, INO. WITHOUT good health, wo cannot enjoy the plea. urea. .f life, which grows totrdwiaurae. Our ronelaut deaire I. lo get relief from pain. No society In whlwh ww mingle ran stake us happy. Neelng others en).. ) Uig a strong rndalltull, n and vi, Oforoua health, only begela reelings of sorrow, that wa are net a they are, tee subject of earth's greatest hleealnggood health. ir i... many am who enjoy Uila H recklessly Into all klndawf ei lt lht to old not be harmod by dia. let I ha I the eoda mt ileath art In use oaiiesaea only prepare the ays Mslo gsrntinels lha am. Her. and they are making repic atrldea 1 1. 1 I.I... I Sic lana, I lie Uunga, Nkla, Kldnnta sad bowels Intal be aepi opon iiare- in, ,r ii .it.. i p..,. of IrefHirlllra, or .liaa lathe reanlt. I . i mi. u a t o n i OrlontsI or hören lg ti Baltt Iiis, t purely egi l. MM all theae organs la such diaeaae is xmiii remox d. 1 hoy Hid t'li ar an Um wbo(t) ijiloth, i purii) me i ii I realriiig lo It a ll rl. an. Ins Hi.. I.ownla au. I promoting the air. I ttliillon, the) break up tnd eullrel) cure that tor. r i lilt Disease, c n im. a AMD ravKB, wht.-h la i suae.1 by the fouliaesa of una and lit.. run vhl r, B Bf til tilt Kovefs to K..r 1.1 Hi " Rf che, etc., skia, his, Ho low we give an eatrstt from a letter that I. dal.ol Ittar, la., Oct. 4, IBM. Htrr Haan Nine I am In ly happ) lo announee tat )na thnl I have ensured a guard itn-uleMnt lu Ihe Pills lor llie 1 1 me I have had them. I bavu auld 91 botes fpr cssrs of i bills and lerer, and every mat tea eured eouud, and lo lha aatMactlun oi tae purrkeeur noaiw g.. in. aeeond bhis and inadi aouiul raaoa nl llit.l tiiae, IIAMKI. I I -II. r M. no's n r.. i he genuine Oriental or tuvei haw on Hie wrapper ti . h bot anttaliouol lite mem. fa. to , ilgn Balm Mill. Inn n I... v I- repre TO inivri, Agents will fli 4 it grea'ly lo their Interest, and art ai lull lineri) on Irsl Intrndm lag r. Cliildi A Co'a oriental or bowreign Halm Pills, to glvs back Ihu money free I) Ii thoee who pnrchaae them, aller t Mir trial, are not f wily aaltagetl, and may use Ihriii in ilieir own laivillos, or gl g fj. bot caio Ihttr fiten a. thai tiie may leal their great in. rlla over all olha-r remedies, and When once Introduced they will And that they SM fit larg, pislilltlet ol I lis in All age ms writs that when iimn introduced ilislr sales a e large, "sinllles win kerp ihem In their boaaes.aad will not be wlUiout Mient, Mt r spectiully submit Ihe Minting letter, to show the) giro eailaftil'a. Wars H tteaasar), many wore voald be presented. Cltal CovtTt.llt, Oes. II, IS3. A. M. Ruaisiaaca Hgo ItstrNlrti I have auld What Pills your sgeiit leri n setd me a fttr doseu hosi Balm Pills. What I have a lion. Uirvclyour l.tU r lo I I with you to rereigu sella r.c- V. III! I.MAN, A. H Bnrlelgh Beo.. Few Alltanv, Ind., Fro prlrtors lor the tuulii and Wast. M. W. Mulls, arooatrlllsi Cha-las VBarawp, Metsmorai K f. Fullsr, Mania m, Ohio) a. ..I dealera In leedlclna gauerally. June SB METAMÖRA. BT0VE8 AM) TIN WARE. THR UNOIIIlQlfED WOULD IKFOBIt llio etliavns ol ltro.ii. vilte, .Vletaiuo'a, ljluivl ainloiliur pla.es that be espet ts lo k rp ou band a goo.i auppi) ol I I M v i; iv and Wl if. in Mil kltMte, M I. i a More lis METAMOKA, IND., Whore he weutd bat pleased to a. coin miolalc all of Franklin Ciauuiy with ntoves, at city prlota.alao, .BKLF-aXAUMO 1'KUIT CANS Of venous kinds, and ihe eouunon i ans alsu. Orders from lir.u.k villa, or Laur I lor reue, tau be sent by Win backand will ruc.uv prompt atun.linn. For Moves, soutl by law ( anal. t.g:ii4lT Mil ti.Mu.V T, Ml K It V DUO. A Speker at Last, lint Italia no reason why II. A A. N. nlarklidgv o Mttawors, osnnot toll cheaper and better gooda than an) hoi.se lo the valley , conslsiiag uf a 'general aaaortmviit of r llo.ads, flroovrles, Moneuswart, Hardware, l'uller, Hoota and I Mi.H-i, Hats, ' Bps, sad a goiisrsl assortMsnl ot I Head) Made Clolhl I g of lliu latest and moalllt- ' proved H hang ha i sly les. we would respocifull) call bo ttMMilion the ladles to onr ataok ol , bilks, t Uiaca, Us Hergra, Alpacas, Casbittrs, Br,. also Nhuwla ,f various Uescriptlcbs, Dross I Triuamiuge, Jewelr. , and a general eaeortmei.1 ol Yaukoe Motions, which we positively w II sell aa neap il nouUuapvr than any house lo the vsltty. lorcaahor apprtiyed civuiilr) produce. Wo fe turn oar sincere Utaitks lor lortuer patronage, and ask a liberal aharw for Uie comlugyear. t'alluud sowas. All Itdebtsdiuas will p'aaao 11 std settle up I their accouuls, as wa must bave money, or we I can not i on nun lo sell gooda s-j cheep. H. A A. ki.dl.Ai KLIDGK. I fob. i 3 in . mmmmmm wmmmmmmimwmmmmmwmmmmwmmmmmmmwummmmmmmuwmmmm HKOOKVILLi;. Watches &C10CKS. W M. It tU NOtf I I MM KMllssi it leer lo the rtllsens ol i MriMikvini aiidvlclnlt) ,lulbe 1 capacity ol Watch and Clock "iliti aa sa at SlevgrtatrWg. ! making and mending J-WELKY, &c Long esperteurv nud strict PUNUTUALITY aro bis recoininendallons. NhopS dmira North of Ltuck a Faruuhar't store. oive lueacall every body, and I will warrant aalUtiirllon. i... .sa . JUU. . raiavxLlusiiiT. BLACKSMITH, MatuHlruct.Moutholtbe Public Rniiare.Kaalald lira.. iU ill, , t sa al . ALL KINDS 0? BOLTS AND t ft H iumIsiIb JBl Llita .linrUai..... t , " ;r " -a particularsileoiionio repairing all klllllt Ol MeillllieM . Warrant, d Lo " '" '"' r"""''' -'o 'there In" be ad. on IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. Hp ri E UNDER8I0NED HAS OPEHZD A 8H0P JL ou Ha. i. Miirgrsa tlreet, In . j Die building focuerl) ii.t.-.l uma, h lu re he I. r.. psred losupi I) ouatorpen with UM ULK. SA DDI. KS win pa. and every article usually round In s Orst class Saddle aud Harness shop, si Claclunali prlcet Having had several )sfV esporleocs lu the businees, he Is uoniSduntnr success. He Is prepan-d u uQ mi kiuü, of repalrlngst hon noilce. sssylUSIIy F.DWAHn MF.VKR. ASA 1(J LEU ART, (Lau ofdtnd Nuocessor to Ingle. Wheeler a Iris ban i u KealKstate Agencies,) tllor.i.y ati I .a. v at lid ItrnlkainicAgcBl, vrinaiiono to the Lollectinn ol Hvbu, Ibepur chaaa anusale ol K -ai Ketaleand all other pro-f.-seioual business intrusted to him in Vnudet burstb.snd ineadjoiulugcountleslu Indiana. Ii yorrn BovaaTMa ant.nsns, - BVA.NKVILLk. INDIANA. "Time is Money." JOB. Ma CLARK, at his now store, one door tooth oflhs VALLKY 1 1 . . i . i . . . ... asswa. ti"t - r. seeps cousutiniy on hand a general assort Daenlofloweiry. Watches, Clocks, , sliver spoons, raiors, an J A agrnat vartet) or 1 FANCY ARTICLES, 1 tuen as are uauall a, sät)! by Jewelers. Me is pie pared alio to repair old Jewelry. sad toe lean ami repair clocks and watches on reasonable tortus and 1 at short nntlce. He will slsotake nldallwavasd gold m eschange for gooda. jane 1 '43 William Frank, UNDERTAKER, l-EEHS ronatant'f o t hand. Coffins of all liies id a a nod iloarae with aed dcscripllnn wntrii in attends nr.. oral in town or country. iIF.T.L,IC COFFINS, of two alius con -stanlly on band. mar U FOR DRIED BEF.F, HEEF T0NGUB8 d) BOL ogna Sausage, go kt Wa. L.Vaagoaua A Co'a CINCINNATI. Sf mi: 9; WWwflWSf and rinhatraat.CtwrlaaaO. Ohio. Monument, Titmba, and Orav Mtonoa, MarM Manila and Htaluart. Habtlamal ronta, Maural 1'ablata, Urns, Vaaoa,Oarlon Flguroa,Cablneland Counter Slabs, Ska. eke, eonitautly bstd and furulatad la order. Tbl fraoeaupplttd with Marble la Blttk aai aitb.ortawod wtoHtr. in.r VI 'MI SCOTT'S Little Giant CORN & COB IMU f.. ..f . i Mar its taa4t la dnubt'esa an Invention among the most Impor tant of modern times, for lbs aae of I tie well ed vised rarmet and sttsy. IwSaBf atd Ibt tblverwsi raver with wbleh It baa been received from the Brsi more lhau aa) thing else, eile.ta Ita atlllts and at iH.rl.iMly. irueiloi, . siol K I.ltlle Olstt hsa unequal handrwd Iwa., aeroMlug .. ration by the farmer In It Wtbstsa rroin 3 to 3 slse,est be pal In operation ml it .ilia, will lllotl t stimnse or tyochsnii al aid, then Ilk lonventonct by sntbod) .aa reeotved the Pirat Prwml Fair f rem Ml eoert te Marv ind tbsl In lbs aioetcempll urns si every HI laud lha peat r meiiiar) manner. Thaae M III are guaranteed Inthn manner agaiuai nr. as age or derangement, and warranted tarnish feed from ear tort, and grit. nt line hnatony fn.a shellndcorn, with . degree ol ease and ggsj vnnletee for farm purposes, oarer attained bei re. I he stbterttror Is now prepared ta rurntah the tanners of Krank Ho County with Improves) pot terns a .d alle, to Suit the varied Wsiits ol all Bo. S. Is ogwied at ate eomdete, ready lor at taching ihe team, and wnrrnnled to emafc, of drt , in i.naiielsof lead per rr.ur wllh ooe horse o. Sal g Ml, Will i rush It bushels perhLiir l t ton, will crash ini hu.hela i,.-r hoar with twn hnraea. I be.e mills will be delivered In Hreokville, ot say i lore on Ihe Canal, at the Mauutrlurers prl res. T.A.OOOOMTN, Hole Agent ror Frank Hu i nunly . Ml Hit PHOKBTIC lOUllMAL VOL. 111. 1866. NKW 8KKIKH. TKKMH 30 CKNTB FKK ANKUM. Objects of the Journal. To aid lu the intriMliirtlon and dlsaemloallon o an Improved nnd s)etamelised orthography, bj lha employ atent of ahlsh, ibr.e years of overt child's schooling may be savedi by which rtaalliil arid so Hing liarssis o pa.ti me inaiead or s toll by which a Sorrret nnelysle er li.e elementar) sounds of the langusge la taugM.siid arurtte pro nun, lallon rcnd. r, d attainable Mr all. 'I o furntah t.rlii.g Mleiary matter lor the friend, of the Kelorm, eailuslie ol Parly and lern, ens Intelligence ol tat spread of l'houui)p) aud Fho nograph) . To atford an npnr.rtunlty to every one nl bernm ng aeipialtilvd wlib Hie theor) and 4. Ulla ol tar i i. im. ii. system, an i Ihe liuj-orteut advautagea o its adoption, ala cost so IriBlug as to bo wlibh the reach ol all. H. If. FHONtKN, fob I Kdltorsnd Fubllaheri 'lnsliinall,0. o II PH 0 IE Ti C BOOKS MAT BS OBTAOraS FBOM R. P. PRÜSSER. PHONKTIC I'UDLIdllKIt, 874 JOHN BTNB8T. CINCINNATI, O. ii . pol i. i s H a mm i tnB 'MrMkMlaa rf i A runiplota guido ta the art of V. raellin "sporting, i.) Boot Plirtan and H. F. Froettr I'rlee -. a cents jraur owvert handaoniely boaatl in mnsliu, BJI,isj. tliiMual af Msiaiiagraabyt b, Hem Pitman. The seventh thousand Is now read). I'rire Ml seats, tupnilor iloUi, OVsla. Mau Ba in. . i ts. I lar I' I. on n rM h I' Tlngi.Mlnrt A nr. ntl.l) Miscellany utneiouee; News sud hutar taliiinenl In Ihe oor respond I ng style of Fbouog raphy. Ftr y otr, Inns aneo.gl. l-iiMngrasalli 4 ay Blips; An ttlrsn i o ahnet ol the a) atein Mai lay SB, prtte BActs, Beti by mall ta rolls ol Bvs.thut tvobUng oreaslag and ti. ury.gl. Nulla Of eleven, BS. I'l.o.i ll I'rltMrr, liilroduelng asvers new and allracll ve lealu ea, 10,1a. . . .1 I....... . ii. IBontdaar. Paper biadlnr ISconts. Post paid tfth ts. PsimmwiIc ( karla A now and Ueaallful i hart of lha Pbom.lyptc Alphabet. With eopl in. marginal eiplaimltoua lu common print, too pmttk'tlttlatumtul ot a lorret-laud egeettvt de livery. SnbyM. Friee50cU. Mounted ot, est veaa with rollvra, tljm. I'ltwnoll Taaioiaa The letters of tbo FBo netic Alphabet, .rittita. ou thick card. Price I eenta. in7A Iescrlpliv. Catalogue, with aaertme iieei, will be aeul fret to nuy port of Use UulWaO Males, or lot Cdiisdsa, b) addrenlug as abors- Juns IB. if .1 T E A S 1) A L E ' B VHW TOTK DYK HOUSE U A FOOR ITO it HV MUlt.Ul.MJ, h i Ui stoue Iruui, no. gui tA'aluutalrvel, bettuen hulk end Seventh, oppos ita tbo WaJaal atrwot lloaso. Nocoiiuection alll any oib ei house to the city. Uoods sent by ta press wllh proper Instructions, will have proniax and faithful at million . Address, W.TtANUALfc. do Ii 'isfly Groceries. If V stock of YaBoo'.'.yaon.Ottupawder.taspertal Jl c. Black Ts, i. Urge sud wcllselectedui 1st. ai portal! una, pure sudiresh. A lao, Prime Rio Java, Mocha end Uguagsra CoBea-s: PrlatoR.O ugar; Crushed, I'owdered, Loar aad CharlBeo Sugars; Uoldeu S) rup, N O. aud S. II. Molaseee i ubs Houey.Rioo, Nail!, Window (Mats, Sea rules. Hags, Colored aud white Carpel Chain, Cottoi Varu and Coti.ru Batting, with every article ass ail) kedtb) t. no-era, alio I beet oalltilas, war raulod to give saiisfacllou. for sale in dualities t suit, al the lowest market prteoo. A A RUJI A. COLTKR. K. K. CornerMaln a Seventh hlrets,Cta'ti.,0. May I lsA4. WM. il PADDOCK k 0k EXCIIArBBAE BIIOaRBS CORNKK OFTHIRU ANII W ALNUT NTREBlr CINCINNATI, 0. mar IB ly SEÄLS1-..AND PRESSES!!! 8 KALB OP FIFTY UtTTBRS OR LBBS W ITH Hall's Ptreuaslon gU rtcaUof XJIeUsrsor less with K vans' Frrcuas'ii gi is " " a Lovor Bt Pevlces extra, from gl to gv.iit Notary Fublis Heals ta Percuesloa, BS la Lo 'r, as. Conn and Corporntlon Reala, wllh large lei. Prtsana iron. Biv ui . Huplicnte matter lor tbo Wests Write ptala Mlud yoar I'sand J's. Address C. F. n ALL. Kefertaras . Bool Kngravor, Business men II W est Fourth atmet ol Cloctanstt. 1 Claclauatl. O. TCFT. A. Goodwin will act as ag'ai at Brook -vlllefor these he.ils and Freeeea,ul whom tbey cai be obtained at tbe Mauufacturcr 's prioos. march 14 a' nit KgNsT. a. i. n.Mi JACOB ERNST, UrHOLKMALK A RETAIL BOOK KELLER Stationer, Printer tnd Mlank Book Maaulai lurar. Bo. Its Mela Mlreet, Claelarttl, keepa eon stanlly oa hand a tull and complete aeeorttuealoi Hlank Books, Meniorsndums, at., ol his oat. manufacture. Merchants, Hankers. Clerks ol County Courts, do., will gud our Blank l.. ...... s superior duality. Particular all. nllon paid lo tbe manuiacture or Blauk it ..... raled an bound to suj pa Item, wllh printed head tbe a re quired . J i Our Sne Blank Rooks are paged. Also, a tall ami couipl.-le aseortiueel of Mteoel-lnii.ou.sii.i--ciio.il Books. Mailoaery. skc. Far cliasers are respect ully iuvlted to give us a call our terms aud our prices favorable. C iiitinball, March il, Irjo. WM. LEE & CO era WKHT Ft L'KTll STREET, OI.NCI.NKATI. 1-4 hate now iu store, and are oonatautly rtceiv ug .Newhlylotol neb FANCY DUY GOODS. Embracing all that istnoet fashionable and desira ble in "obcaof aa tclssdas Silk, Orcandisa, Lntnadinra, l laiu , l.nu ua, Baragca, Haslii.ae Lain, Urill.Mlile. I tstbroida-rica, Lacas, .. lova-a, llo.ni), aitmsajrlaasasa Tlaamttllaaa.. A Sne lot of PrinUaltHc, re, and 10c.; together aw It I. ia..., a S . an. w i was mbvii usual i at rift- igrirn ui WHITE GOODS, Linens, Mnalina and Quilts. Their entire stock will be found unusually at tractive to buyers this season, oa account ol the immense varieties of Goods, and VERY LOW PRICES. Merchants are reapectfully Invited to give them aeall. Terms Liberal. OIL, PAINTEBJ WINDOW NHADE, ASS OIL CLOTH TABLE COVERS, ÄrARUFACTURBD snd sold, wholesalrandre. I tall, by M. NawyerACo.Mj. College Bull dlug. Walnut St.. Cincinnati. Chid. Orders promptly diked. Country Merchasttsai.d others supplied on the lowest to rats. Nov .6, 1843. Sfl-lsmi . Irti '"saW'S. "taSlelle X.aaEgg r 'T I J g-r -StWwaäSe3l: .ak-9am - PHILADELPHIA. TERRIBLE DI8CL08URE8I! aeCRKTS FOKTHI MILUOII A most Weoaertal aad lartUotdo raOltastlen it', N. lll'NTKH'R MKOICAl. MANUAL: BBJBB -I.. V" .l! an oriainat aao t.oi. v . . , and Woman their Plv, alolcaga , KearUwMS and . KasKal Disorders of si ory kind, with never railing MsMngtllfOf the , i peso y ears ol oil dis eases of a private sod dadlrata eharosser. Inc! dent ta the vt.atattO0 oa the laws ot Rsterv aae of Nature's Ol FBifig Twaarv-nvBcaaTa. TBo tabor of theaMeve v a lease Is a gra -teats of oat of tat Srtl medical se boots to Ihe felted aietes, nod having ale ew ted g ot seist of g swota ry ta the sled y and treatment of ay pbtMs saw kin .re.) die., rdera as a speciality , be baa bets sis Sato se.eelor antral in vr 'noble lei. raeeitow in ragerd ia taw atme tod la eble t-, sees pests lota rtaso Ma dlaflt aaSmpstosBte tor Btlataajtsaso of avodtrsl svienee on this important aoBjaaM I as Saw rwaoh of the most eminent ph)sa tans le Ba.wpt tad Am erkrw Itihorongbly dvssotsiraled in hie own high ly suireeelal prtettco Ml tae treat atttt of tosrn liaeases In many ih..usei..i. of aase l la Ute I u, I'i. He. Ii. tie .lone. Tho ptwsStat er sir. Mnuier has Uag boea.ond tit I is lltartry tntoeadee, bet at Ihe earnest ao In Italia., of namerous r,. iseua, he has beet Inga . . i to. aiend the sphere ol hia prufeaslonal nee 'm Iowas au the ea.mmenlty nl lang. isr..ugh lha nrdiaei nl hls"Medtaal MsntaOl tavd Ikmt BM lorlhO Altlnied." Il Is b volume that sbotld be la lbs band of aw. i. -.) Ian.it . In Ihe land w h.iher ... 4 as . p... , i live ol seer -I ti.aa.ni aaa t nia fur ihe altaa la torn of otto of Mto most awful and doeUeeOve aourrcaerer vi.iied apon math Ind foi Mto Sias nf eusealtiy aad imparity of every hind. It ia a vol ..me that has received awe esvajweltBed recommeedetluw af tae Bret pa ) at. tests ta tbo and, while aiiny fltrg)twen, fslhtrs, an.bsrt, lil.it ai.lhrupteu a .o hnmanltariana, hat snaait freely e steaded ita el.a elation le all aeeiiers where IW po werfe I taaetta! waatat to lisel) tw bW I an ti menu I IB he moral pRrlgi s ten sag I i tan . I healing of mtltllades al aar p. oa ta, .monetae oaag, aolaul.. aad ia.tarr.ai ..ih. . leaUvejarlde aad go wer ar toe aauaaa. Ibosstbor sigues psrtieulari), meet otraafl) agalustevcrt speites ms. M dsSiem... t sad warts ,.arei.t. aad guardians, la S arming la-raaa to guard tee , oui.g ul b.,u Saara ttum the t- rrtge .enseuiaeniea.oa.wmltai.1 of their ignoianawa gaf t.h)alolnglial tats snd seiest Impnillles sag Ir regnlerttae, w halber eahibttrd by prornc-oue de- .... ...n., vrari.iwg nam laa vtcl.M a and eOav rupllug e temples el Ihetr sa howl males ai ovael- Iso. To those the bare boot alreadt taste reg io ik." paths that lake bold ao beU." a steal aad .pii.it iv ta show a by bi.h tae) mey ...,., return ot eouud heelth, aaO a regineratlwo ai tae ouifrom luuriibl poliutloa. Il Is er. II baownibeilboruMBsof vtollms sro .nuaelly aarrtRred al tae sbrloe ol Muaet -ry a- trecll) lb sugcrtng from V. nerval ortyihll tle .It-cs.r. Mm ,,... n.n.'i.r; oak no.. er ...us Oebiltiy.oad iheasstoroos ktoiediet wfca. k priaadirewily or less r.o...ioi f . . ti ik. Inda) gwsnse of earnal pavsaaonsaaB eaeret vtoletieas ei ate re. la view of these facts, aad when It it tiro woo aidered that about iw,ms) pwrnosa dtosonwotli ssnnall) ,, il,.- i i tint Malcaol ni.lui,p..,,- a taaam ma. only being Ibe victims el Ihe aolupineua India rotten ef taelr prosrwallors . agraewaU) u. the vcripioraletuttiatioa, thai Iks slag d ths nor t.u are visiied upoa the children, oven to I it third nnd fourth g. nemtioo. 1 be Awtowr , Imtu -d with sanlimeauof eatarged pi. i lamer... , , . , carrely ire ceasured lor toy oSoiiio rv strata the neos ol the age, by Us bambls InsUuwontalliy of uis Medlcnl Manaal- " py.asoarolj rmrinnad. win t.. rnroa-s dfreeoS p .alaye tatny pan of the I nnd Otatei r secenls..,rfiir l. Address, prayl paid, ( OB- I N A ( D , Put llskers. bos IS? . Phlledeltawsa. Itookeellera.t-anvaeeers aad Uoark Agenta aea piled an the most liberal terms. w nisr If ly CONWBBSVlLLEs KU ) 1 J) Fill K N I)S A N D N K V. PHIPAITNIMHir OF BATIMAM A rjl A wa belig aiiaaoiveaJ. la Ul. vim) a lew aeids my eld mends aad sbe eaevoraote ol the tale " I ssaaat)a4aded lo Be role at whole naae io IbB Tailoring Basinaas I have ui. I. Had Std r. Sited tbeesaare formerly eupieS bv tat trat, last opposite (fee I nan louse, snd listing re. 1, ad a new aad beaaltul .saorimtnl of Clothes, Caaimers, Twte-lg, Tcstiaca, K Ac , fto "ma, tbertty.l will make to erwer every woaerit. uravo of slothing, Frass saata aierinre. aaS he unlhirui sallsfaellon he re to tore glaea. Barr oi.Bdent that I aha 1 1 be able la give entire and 1 1 an lataetten to all t ho may give me a utal. My shark , ---nMiil ssgsslsii hlug perulnlng to the baaiaees, tad . I the most aablonable kind, will be keid ui. hand. ...i aa onaollhe m.Hd taalldeoua taete.aswell aatha.se aaaltng gtxad afa sbnaperkind mm rail with .be aaaurance that that will be a.'i.n. J I trust those who bars known it end pslrnalied ue lot many )eara paat, will agate beesow toot nellae light ul their patronage, aud I eeelleee all a endeavors loglw the stmt tattBlaattoa thai I aatotavartably dona aVvretefero, . TOM BOB TON. ""'""' fSaSS atafAVmemtVrrAr asass. I mineral .Mo, June IV f ONM:iiat ills. Iron Foundry. OBiatAiT noxrta. J tut reason to W. f. Osbbosfi tholesale and Batalt Ian,,, : tuilv IM. t Ml lll.ATta sioVU, CMting. of erVr'y Datcription. M&mK! -tu P r.oMUaÜy oa bsatl lbs Urgwst gad "tl aase-.iWantoi Cooking htoves la Ue valley 'to saving reanaMl) taertaasd oar facilities laa .iaiiutariuri.iir.ee hava determined taasSLL aad as. m onr ntoves mi oailft AT C1NC1.NUAT1 PRICES! Weeoollnaete manufacture the bteiar P.lr pre HATHAWAY CX)0K1N0 8T0VE, io ad muted I o be tbe aaer ceo klag stove ta tbe i. tied atateel We also maeulariare tbe Proml or Http looking moras, with 4 or S boles sad arge ov jus. v . are prepared lo furslsb, waoissaLS sod itTalL iad Irons, Wsvgon Boxes, and Irons, &c, tic, at city Prices.. A general assortment oaf TIN W ARK, EAVE TROUGHS, at HOUSE tiPOUTLNG, kept on bond snd made ta order. iub Catlings cf alt kinds. ti s.i i la a s uper i..r maaaer, ai abort sxaitsa. H i mt employed espechsiMwtf warramea, ws nvlte p.,. iai attealtoa to tbe ' last that we war 's nt oar Mo es to per i ol in . . il. and Out, sail I (a funeral I) lo be of gaed asateral or tbe mom y re leaped. B. B. Old Castings, Old Copper, aad Couatry 'r "I u . ukea la Bsobasfs. Ms) ldaVly W. W. FRYBARGER k CO., WsjoLssaLsd Rs-Tsil Usstsasia Ory Goods, Carpets, Paper Hanf- if, Cm A, GLASS ARU QUmiWAM. Stovia, BaOea, BSaia taps, btraw Baoaadt Ac,, AND .MANL'r ACTLKERS Of BOMrtF.ra AMI MAM II.I.AB, C0NNEE8VILLE UD. may is lly INDIANAPOLIS. Sniiauapolis nsnranct Co., OF 1NUI AN A FOLlis, IND. Aatttariard Capital, BifOOOsOOO. BOARD OF CIBXCTOBJ: Joaa 0. ua.aa t. W a M. M. l arr, V a. K. Nuraiaoaa, K. W . H. Kt lis, US LOSS KOOT, II . B. TaLSIJTT, Jons m r-rae, , Willu W. vtansBT, W . U. Waaaroa. ' JOHM D.UBFRKBB, Frtst. L. R. BaowniLL, hoc!. B. P. CottntToa, Oenwrsl Agwart, FREE OF CHARGE!! Twa Bplradtd Parlwr Esgrst lag;a, Et titled "Bolton Abbey In tLeObJea Tm.as,' a -plei.did sli-el awgrarlig, from tbo cerebral, d paiatii.g b) La ad Mr r; and the '-Departure r. aa Israelites Horn Sagt pi," a large ataB beaatltal is gra log fmt a painitirg by O. Hwoeru. Two re- tail price ol the above ragraviags Is as, pa but will be teat rasa or i-sjsaaa as aalle ws: 1 bo subscribers aao saambltakiB a aVo Ages sj in Philadelphia, and will lurntah an bsxdt or publicalloa nt the reUil price free ta pamtag Any persons by lorwsrdibg Lbs sa sec ript tare prl. a oi any oa that S Mataslaas,aacb as Marts 1 -a. Oa -dy's Putnam's ti rabam' , Frai.k Leslie'. Faeht,,i a Ac, will receive the msftxiaee Bar asm yaer aid a copy ol either of tbo above baaatlfal engrat- tugs. free ol chat-are, or ir sahsribt.-g to a $J9.i d a Ö' idsgaxine, suchst Fctarsoat. and Cballei 'a Ididtes' Christian A naual, tbot Will rocwlve ba th inasraiinesand a cop) of eitavtr ot Lbs aboe ca- K ravings. Kvsry description of Kngrartngon Wood exe cuted w ith neatness and dispatch . Views of Ball dtitgs, .Newspapoi Headings Views oi Merbinery, Ho..k IlluaraUoas, Lodfe CertlScaiei, Busii.eas Cards, A c. All orders seal by all promptly attended at. Persons w ialnr.gr let 1 of tbrir btlldlag oagrtrrd can send a UagnerrwaM) pe or ahetch of tbe build ing b mail r express. raaas st a dialtseo baring so Ire He aritrtss woald Snd It lo iheiradvau lags teaddress ths Shb- scrtbers, as we would art as asra-nu for the aale ff Iba saaa. It V K a M a PIBBCR, BdRonsh Third Street. Philadelphia l a. '.h.btbah. tnovaty) t. atari Gt ?iai ? iF Ja' u ihm ali?eaWpi?f ?S idles ol tbeeboic-esl Oroee lies. and Wet eebrt , 4) Hardware. t'utiery .ano nails at Bo 1 Coma as. ware. Cutler) etalRow.by LIXCK A F Ralt'HA B. Jl SI KBCtlVBU. 10 blf bis I W hite aad Cod Flab, at boret, S ail Ms aprSS W. L. F,