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THE FARM AXD GARDEN.
J, AUSTIN SCOTT, Edilor. OTTOE INDIANS—THEIR FARMER. The Otlo Indians bare under (UHiVfttlon nearl two hundred acres of 1 ni This large farm is under the immediate supervision of their fnrm. r, uncle John Lor I on, uf this place. Mr. Lor ou is probably the ulJist mnn in Ne braska ; ha has lived on the frontier during the last til'iy )ata, having moved into Illinois In 1006 He fought all through the Black ll.twk war, aftrurda rt moved to Iowa, and has finallv, at the age of seven y five, bein ap pointed d vernmeul F.irmi r fur the Ottoes, and settled in Nebraska. And truly the In dians are Virv fjrtuuat in bating him to su peiinlend their first sleps towards civilisation, lor his knowlidjje of Indian characUr, togtth r with bis long izoeiience upon "tbe bord ris," peculiarly 6m hicn fur the pition. He is just in from the Reservation on Blue river, and from hiru we gather the following items : The Oitoes have ve ly nearly fifty scree of melons and pumpkin, winch ait. Lorton planted fur them with bis own bands. Be cause ihey hviMed that if meloi s were plant ed by Indian labor, thty would never attain a respectable growth. But it has betn dis covered already that those planted at their requext have never reached any size larger than that of a common apple. And the reas on is, that so soon as it is ou' of the blossom Mr. Indian cats it from t e stem, peels it, and devours it at a single mouthful, which pro ceeding is decidedly agains-t any further growth on the part of the melon. They have some i f the finest corn in the world, a kind which they have raised for years, and which their fathers raised before them. It is a very fat, plump kernel, and the cob grows, Suinelimjs, to the length of two feet. At this season of the tear, tl.e Oltoe Indi ana are very busy preparing corn for winter. This they do by boiling it thoroughly, thtn cutting it off the cob and drying it in the sun. Prepared in this way, it keeps sweet, and makes food for the coming cold weather. At last accounts they had over one thousand bushels boiled and drying in the sua before their Lodges. Nebraska News. AGRICULTURE IN CALIFORNIA. From the report of the S trveyor General of California, it appsan that the agricultural interest of that State bids fair to take the ha 1 ef even the mining iiterest. According to this report there are enclos ed, and uiider kcitnl.fij cultivation, three hundred thousand acies of firming hind in California. This does not include pasture range, or grazing grounds, but means farms tilled as they are at the Eisi, with improved implements and agricultural economy. The growth of cereals isstated at eight millions of bushels, but the proportions of each are not given. All grains, bowerijB thrive well; b.tt barley in particular, grow with unparal leled luxuriance. Of potatoes, the crop was but fire hundred thousand bushels, but the ground devoted to them was limited. A hundred tliousanj fruit trets were planted, and the number of grape vines increased to over a million and a quar ter. The Spanish Jtsu'na had already eight hundred thousand vines, and at present these are the only ones which produce fruit. They are of the Malaga variety, and their remark able fecundity bm led to tleps for (he further cultivation of the grape. The Surveyor is of opinion mat, as a wine prolucing county, California ail soon fir tzcetd Ohio in im portance. The Malaga grape, however, is not considered the best. It is easily cultiva ted, and therefore commended itself to the slothfulness of the Spaniards ; but tl.e Cat awba and Isabella vaiieiies will command tbe attention of the vine growers of the new State as better adapted to the making of wine, and of more value in themselves. Washington Star, 1 Cisterns. We first dig n liols in the f round, of the desired size, and then with a rush, coat the side with a thin cream of hy draulic cement and water. The fluid portion is absorbtd by the soil, and this thin coatine prepares the turfa.ee to receive a coating of one and a half to two inches, of a mixture of one part of hydraulic Cement lo two parts of sana, wnen me side ana 00119m ot tue cistern may be coated, with the assistance of a com mon plastering tiowcl. This cement wall reaches to within eighteen inches of the top of the ground, when one course of brick is laid on the top of the wall, and projecting be Tond and outs:de of it, also laid, in the ce ment. On this brick, timbers and flooring are laid across, and then covered with earth. Such cisterns will Inst as long, and are as light as any other, and may be made at light tusi. Looming rarmir. v INTIL1TION. it would be well il, taking advantage of opportunities, managers of places 01 amusement would endeavor to im prove the almost universul want ol adeq ite means of exit for the foul air generated in them. Science would surely eliow how this could be done, without creating "draughts." Managers, as caterers fjr the public, are morally bound to provide that moat necessary of all things air that may be breathed ; so as 10 prevent their audiences undergoing peine forte et dare while prjssing the ordeal of a moaern "entertainment. 1 et scarcely is mis aeemea worthy or passing notice ; and tue atmosphere is, generally speaking, In such places, so compounded of bad gases, as not only to inflict a certain and ineradicable injury on tl.e audience. The Builder. To Prevent a t!ow from Fruiting after her Calf. L-t the calf wear a strap around the neck; when taken from the cow, put the strap around the cow's horns. The smell the calf that remains on the strap, will, in great measure, prevent her fretling. If the had been accustomed to go to her calf at noon-, Kt her be milked for a few d ijm at the same time. Invlisnck of Grapes I'I-ok Teeth. In Ihe Western D.ntal Convention, in session al De troit, Dr. Perkins, of K. Y., staled that pupil of Lis, who had vibiled D tmascus and Uosel, in the Mediterranean, found thatioth latter place, where grapes are abundant and eaten freely by the pecple, they were not sub ject to prematurj decay of the lee'.h, while the former city, where this fiuit was scarcely indulged in, the people had ib ir teeth in sucb be; lthful degree of con a-ist n. Dr. Perkins said there wero more dmlUu in the United Slates than in a;l Europe. " lam in fhvorof J.i K;ng," exclaimed a politic il enthusiast, pukhing his way through tue crown up to tne oa:ioi vox. "Well, if you're in lavor of iokintf." re plied Mose, "this is no pltce to practice, you a uetur seua or jou ll get Urn d. POOR JOHN FITCH! In Judge Hall's "No'.is on the Western SU'es," ia the following interesting account of John Fitch, who in his endeavors to solve the great problem oi steam navigation, long preceded Fulton, who reaped not only fame but wea th from his labors : "In 17GG, John Fit h, a wa!ch naker in Philadelphia, conceived the design of propel ling a boat by steam He was both poor and illiterate, and many difficulties occurred, to frustrate every attempt which he made to try the practicability of his invention. He ap plied to Coogress for assistance, but was re fused ; and then offered his invi mion to the Spanish government, to be used in the navi gation of the Mississippi, but without any bet ter succe At lengtli a company was form ed, and funds subscribed for the building of a steamboat, and in the year 1708 Lis vessel was launched on tbe Delaware. Many crowded to see and lilieule the novel, and as lin y supposed, tbe chimerical etpeiiment. It seemed that the idea of wheels had not oc curred to Mr. Fitch ; but instead of them, oars were used, which worked in frames. He was confident of success J and when the boat was ready or the trial, she started off in good style for Burlington. Those who had sneered began to stare, and they who had smiled in derision, looked grave. Away went the boit, and the happy inventor tri umphed over the seep icism of an unbeliev ing public. The boat performed lier trip to Burlington, a distnnce of twenty n.iles ; but unfortunately burst her boilei in rounding to the wharf at that place, and the next tide floated her buck to the city. Fitch persever ed, and with great difficulty procured anoth er boiler. After some lime, the boat per formed another trip to Burlington and Tren ton, and returned in the same day. She is said to have moved at the rale of eight miles an hour ; but something was continually breaking, and the nnhappy projector only conquered one difficulty to encounter anoth er. Perhaps this was cot owing to any de fect in his plans, but the low slate of the arts at that time, and the difficulty of gelling such compbx machinery made wilh proper exact ness. Fitch became embarrassed wilh debt, and was obliged to abandon the invention, after having satisfied himself of its practica bility. This ingenious mnn, who was proba bly the the first inventor of the steamboat, wrote three volumes, which he deposited in manuscript, scaled up in the Philadelphia library, to be opened thirty years after his death. When, or vihy, he came to i lie west wc have not learned ; but it is recorded of him, that he tied and wai buried near the Ohio. His three volumes were opentdand wiro found to contain his speculations on mechanic. II3 details his embarrassments and disappointments, with a felling which shows how ardently he desired success and which wins for him the sympathy of those who have heart enough to mourn over the blighted prospects of genius. lie confidently predicts the future success of the plan, which, in bis hands, failed only for tbe v. ant of pe cuniaiy means. lie prophesies that in less than a century, we bhall see our western rivers swarming with steamboats ; and ex- nrpaapR a vri.-.li In hp htiripfl .in the chorea the Ohio, where the song of the boatmen1,, may enliven the stillncsi 0 1 his rta.ing place. I andVmu spirit. What an ideal et how natural to uie minu 01 an amt m proi-cior, wnose wiiole anu ncnes irom my invei.uon, out nobody mil believe thai poor John Fit h can do anything worthy of attention. i J m' ' ! lit! hAS hefn riHVnreri in imp Harlmiv olnt .... .. 6 .. J . ' wnicu It was not Ins lUsliny loaccompllsli I And how touchtcg is lh. n timet found in one of Lis jo irnals :-' The day will cjine when tome more nowerfal man will m.t f.m. of a a in no to Omb or TH Pudlic Sl'lltlTKD. "Jimkins asked me this morning to help him in getting up contributions lor the widows of the United estates (irand btoveptpe A-socialioo," quoih; Spoodelicks very magnificently to his triibd Bunkka. " Did vou give assent?" inquir-! ed Bunkles, innocently. "Give a cent!' replied apoodelicks, m(Ji'nnntly. "bir I gave twelve and a half of '' em. Yes s;r reel' And Spoodelicks gatlierered up his coat tail . u l r . I . f , in a halo of nne cut glory and went forth, , , . , , , ,. , .BROTHERHOOD. 1 he race Of mankind WOUld perish did thev cease to aid eao i other. From the lime that the mo:lier binds the child's head, till the moment that some kind . . ' . , , u" assistant Wipes the death damp fromllhe brow of the dying, we cannot exUt withotr mutual neip. All, ilierelore, that need aid have a' right to ask it from their fellow mortals ; no one who holds the power of granting can re fuse it without guilt. Sir W. Scott. Corsets. A letter from Stutgardt says : " A novel branch of industry for this place is now in operation lure namely, the fabri cation of corsets, which occupies 1,300 per tons. The manufactory supplies annually 300,000 corsets, valued al from 500,000 lo 600,000 florins. A young mnn was conversing in a pub lic house o( his abilities and accomplishments, and boasiini' a great deal of his miiihtv Der- formaices. When he had finished, a Quaker quietly obsei ved, "There is one thing thou canst not do ; thou canst not tell the truth." If a man has a right on earth, he has a right to land enough to raise a habitation on. 11 hj has a right to live he has a right to land enough to till for his subsistence. Deprive him of any one of these rights, and yoj place him al the mercy of titose who possess them. Evins. There is a time for all thingi. The time to " leave" is when a young ludy asks you how the walk ingis. A yountr lady in the miUnarv line was deserted by her adorer, and broke forth in this way : " Such a men i,l ought fo be battered lo death with thimbles and buried in a band box." ' Sir," saul a nun, defending rather a notorious character, 1 assure you il is all pure innocence. " 1 uiite agree with you ," replied the otntr ; "it is pure in-no-sence." Jtnkits is a mao who tikes matteis humorously. Waen hta best friend was blown into the air by a " burslin' boiler," Jinkits ttita after tim, " there you go my tt stemed fiitnd ?." Quincy being asked why there were more women in tne world lhan men, replied : It is in conformity with the arrangements oi nature, we always see more of heaven man oi eartn." Woodworth Plainin,' Machine Patent will expire in December, and from that time the invention a ill be open lo all. A fire in Si. Louis on 2j tost , rendered J J poor lamilics I omelets. , MALB jR FEMALE, hT,? - AND HI.OOM TO THE FADED CHEEK. .1 . i I ' ! j til. ,liK..sb ..-Itinl. h,, l.r..iiu.l.l iLmiai.il. nf Ikw. i . ,. , ..... .1 . ' I . I Ln . i T 7. . . . li h , i. XrnlXZ ?. y nt&,lX can u.. Cu,e,l by , use . f this CITY CLOTHING 12 n V OR I U M . W ROBERTSON, HAS just received a chutee selection of Fall and Winter good, cmisistinjt; of French and English Cloth, ('ass-mercs. Over co.it inir, and niwkt.is; Plain and Fancy Silk, Satin, Velvet, and rich Plush Vestiiigs; which he is priared to make up to order, in the most fash ion ill de sivle, And Witrrint to give entire sniisfuction or no shIo. Also; Shirt1, Under-Shirts, Drawer, Col Inrs, Gloves, Cravats, Scarfs, Tien, Hmpenders, Half Ho. Fur and Burk Gauntlets, soft fur and wool Hats, plush aud cloth i'ups. Also It L A 1) FI A I) r CLOTHINti, which he I constantly manufiu'turinfr and selling at pri ces lower than Is usually paid for Eastern IVnth, made "to sell.' As his clothing i manufactured under his own supervision, he can recommend it as being well made, and uf superior qualitv. Store, one'door west of Alien & Nelson's hrlclc build ing. ' Sept. 2(MH5040vj2O. II. IlVIalHTT HA 8 removed hi Drug Stnre te tlin building formerly occupied hT O. D. ltannev.nn Wayne street, (near the Uowk store.) where lie lias opened the largest stuck of Drug, Medicines, and CltcmicaU, ever before offered in Mnnmee City. He returns his thank for the liberal patnnmire previously bestowed upon him, and hopes tiy diligence and puurtnnlity in business, and a liberal policy to hi patron,, to merit a cnntinltntice of part favors ', rMwtlrtnjr them, together with all other, who may favor him with n cnll, thnt it will he hi, ptensure, at all times, to furnish them pure medicine, of almost every kind, and medical advice, if necessary. A variety of Ctemicale, Pure II him and Liquors for Medical or Me chanical purposes, (but none of an inferior and deleterious composition.) Flavoring Kxtracts for Cooking, Per fumeru. Tooth Pastes and Poicdets, Skin Powders, Hair Itestorntlves and Hair Tonic, Lip Balm and Pomades, Shaving Cream, and Soapf, Toilet Soap; Cloth, Hair, Hat. Tooth. Kail, Scrub, Paint and AVIittewush Brulie; Fancy articles, Spts. Turpentine. Lin seed, I.ard.Whale, Tanners', r'ish and Neats-Koot OILS; PAINTS, While and Red Lead Zinc, Chocolate or Fire Proof Faint ground in oil, a new arlidt, and finer Fuinla of all coora ; Vyt Woods and Dye Slufft, Window Glan and Glass W'are ; Gro ceries, such as Teas, Su gars, Rice, Pepper, Spices, d'C, and many other articles, as well as s large variety of Proprietary Medicine, adapted to all diseases. He has also set up'a new FOUNTAIN, from which issues a jet of ice-cold mineral water, at the pleasure of the op erator, for the special benefit of his customers. August 2, MM. IJclmbold's Genuine Preparation Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid EXTRACT BUCHU, For all di.-cascs of the Bladder, Kidneys, Urinary and Sexual Organs. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED I ! ! It cure diseases of the B I-at) DEB, KIDNKVS. CKtVH, 1)11 il'SV. OBSTRUCHOS9. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. CllKOMU fiOXOBRHtTA, STRICTURES ULLETS. And all diseases arising from execssua and impni- dencie. in I fe, SESVOrS ANDDERII.ITATED SUFFERERS. Ami remove nil improper rtischs-ges from the ll'aildiT, Kidm-r or Sexual O.'gnus, whether e- Istlll III BUM LI I Y. Wight n ly nbs, a mn.t terri ,ml as a medicinp w' ich must b. nefit everyl o.ly, from the inilv delicate to the confined and do- piiriiir invalid, no eqiml is to be fjii d if v.u . ....I .1.. . :U.. J. .- -1 onre ficftteii in the system iintTcrn ifr-a theeonti- tution.sappini; the very vital riuiils of life. PKOCl'RK THE BEMEUT AT C'KCK. The L protts di'ttilnient. whoe effect Holds aiich an eninily with blood of man. That swift as quicksilver it courses through The ratitr.il gates and nlles of tWf bo-lf Curdling like eairer dtoppinif i into mi'lV, Thu t li i ti and wholesome blood, BEWARE OF QUACK NOSTRUMS AND QUACK DOCTORS. Ilelmbold' Highly Concenlratid Cjmpound ... P. ,1 , , , r Huitl bxiract of Bucliu is prepared omctiv ncornmp to tne RULES Ot" I'll A KM AC Y AKD OHEillSTKT, with the greatest arcuracv mid chemical kuowl-l ed''o and caro devoted in its combination. Its pnpa'nrity haa extended in all directions, atnt v,e' ",ed . ,ow": "o'ry, h..piul m private practice. Las invariably Kiveti the most decided d unequivocal satnf clion aid produced the mot salutary and beneficial effects. It has been nu u,lu l,1'!'r,,.,c'1 a . ,"tu" . B.ates an I British Provinces, in both pubiie aud Iirivate practice, with great success. Henceforth et it be understood, for the proofs arc too over whelinini? to becontrad cted.lhat Hutnbjld'a 11 it'll' ly UonreutrateU Compound Hind txlract llucliu, is the most valuable remedy ever offered to the af-! flirted. The mass of voluntary testimony in possession of the proprietor is immense, embracing names well-known to SCIENCE AND FAME 1 Celebrated physicians and distinguished clergy men. See Professor DEW EE'S valuable work on the Practice of Physic and most uf the late standard works of Medicine. Il ia a medicine which ia perfectly pleasant in its taste and odor, but iiuirediale in its action, and is taken by persons of either sex, without hin drance from business or medical advice, as explic it directions for use and an amplo number of relia ble and re-ponsible certificates to convince the most skeptical will accompany each bottle. Price $1 per bottle, or nix bottles for $5. De livered lo any sddresa. Prepared and stdd by it. r. n bL.il uui.L, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Ko. 52 South Tenth street, below Cheatnut, (As sembly Buildings.) Philadelphia. To be had of 11. Burritt, Maumeo : Peck fe Ham ilton, Perryabtirg. and of Druggists and Dealers throughout tne United alates, panadas anu iritiau rroviucea. Loct4vJ'j. STEAMER SWIFT I CAPT. HALL. On and after Julr "th, the S.eaiieu Swift, will run between Alauin.-e Uity, i errysburir ana loie- do.as follows : Ijtivea Alaumec Citv at 7 o clock A. sr., and si : leaves Perrjsb .rg at 1) a. at., and 1 r. m. Helurning, lcava Toledo a ltl'o o 'clock A. M. and 5 r. at : making eouneclii.us with the De troit liosta, aud wilh trains goins; Kast and n eat. Travelers will find this rout much more pleas ant than the dusty road, by atages. Landing op posite the Eagle House. Mauniee City, June 23, 1856. EMPLOYMENT. AGENTS (cither trslelling or local) for Nrws faplks and PrRinijiCALS. atv rcytesled to sen wiTiiotr hklav. their address to the ur.der?igned and they will be furnished with a business which will yield them irun tun to unu per cent., pront. 1 hev will oleue state what Newspapers or Peri odicalsthey have canvassed for. Persons who hsvc not huherto rcted as amenta, ant who would use toet gage as snch.wiu also please aend tnoir uaroes rost-ofucs aitdress, county and state written plain ly. WK1GHT, MASON 4 CO. 4ti-i Broadway, New York' Sept. an.lB56,3m 3 WALT, PAPER 3,000 rolls latest patterns just received and sale at lower rales than can be bought elsewhere lu North-V eatern Ohio; toguther with a large of Border st.d Wiudow Shades, at whole At' ntiinuuu suiu. i , sale aud relail, si april&ij HOLT'S " i also l.a'iu. Oreek. r reiieli. (leiman. and Ihe hiirh " MaihiMn.fcal works He sl-o ha. the standard 71 '? j 1 "ru,"r 7""' 'i' L "X """f"' tunes and notes on the A'riptuAs; works un I he- , I j 1 for as sortnient i oini'v. AnitiiaiH. uiil DUUh". Mr nil Mfitii'ii hmu AYER'B . C H E E & Y PECTO RAL FOK THE WAP ID CUMK OF Culds, Cotiffit, and Hoarstneit HtmrictD. Mas.. Dee. 90. 1 855. Dr. J. O. Atik t I do not henitate to rt that the Htst remedy I liare ever found fur Coughs. Huameneas, Influenia, and the concomitant symp totnaof a Cold, is your CneRsr Pto tORAL. Its constant use in my pruc tioeand my family for the last ten years has shown ft to possess superi or virtue fur the treatment of these complaints. EDEN KNIGttT, M. D. A. B. MOitT LEY, Kq., of Utica. N Y., writes : "I haVo used your Fctoral myself and .in my family ever since you invented it, and believe ft to be the beat medicine fur its purpose ever put out With a bad cold. T should sooner psy twen ty-fivedoli irs for a bottle than do witi.out it, or take nnv other remedy." CROUP, WHOOPIN'Q COUaH.INFLUENZA. BraiNoriiLD, Mi.. Feb. 7, 1956. PhoriEa Ana: 1 will cheerfully certify your PccToaAL n the best remedy We poases for the cure of Whooping Cough. Croup, and the chest diaeal'S of children. Weof yoiir fraternity in the South appreciate your skill! and commend your medicine to our people HIRAM CON KLIN, M. D. AM09 tEti, E"3Q.. Moxfvair, Ia , writes, 3d Tan , 196G: "1 had a tedious Influenza, which con fined me in'dnorsnix weeks ; took many medicines Without relief ; finally tried your Fectobal by the advice of our clergyman. The flrat dose relievod the soreness in my throat and lungs ; less than one half the bottle made ma completely well. Your medicines were the cheapest as well as the best we can buy, and we esteem you. Doctor, and your remedies, as the poor man's friend." ASTHMA OR PHTHISIC. AND BRONCHITIS. WrsT MAJfrnrs-n. Pa , Keb 4, 1856. Sta: Your Ciieruv Pectoual is performing mar velous curas in this section. It has relieved sever al from alarming vroptftni of consumption, and is now coring a man who has labored under an af fectioa of the luntr for th last fortv yeara. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant. it. A. RAMSEY, M-D.t Alsiok Monroe county, Towa, writtfs, 8ept. 6. 1655. " During my practice of manv vears I nave found nothing equal to your CniBRT iWroaAL for giving ea-e atid relief to con eumptive patients, or curing such as tre curable. " We might add volumes of evidence, but the moat coi, vine ng proof of the virtues of this reme dy is found in its effects' upon trial. CONSUMPTION Probably no one remedy has ever been known which cured so many and such dangerous cases as thii. Some no human nid can r-ach ; but even to those tbe Cmaar Pkctoral affords relief and com fort. AsToa House, New Yonn Citt, March 5, 1S56. DocToa Area. Lowell : I ferl it a duty and a p?eaure to inform you what your Cheery Pecto ral has done for my wife She had been five n" aono lor ray w.ie one nau wsn . ntonlhs laboring under the dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid we could pro- cure g)ive her much relief. She was steadily fail- j ing, until Dr. Strong, of this citv, where we have for ailviee. recommended a trial of your I medicine. We bless hia kindness as we tlnVour : for she has recovered from that day. fine is ; not yet a strong as she urd to be. but is free from ' r CAugb. and calls herself well. i YmTra with vratitndp and rwd An? v u ri n v 1 Consumpfitef do not despair till ynu h ve tried ; Cm net I'sctoral. It is made by one of , the tri.i medical chi tniifa in lh wotld, and it : cures all round its bespeak the high merits of its ' virluea I'luliue ptna icnrr Piepaied by DR. J C. ATER. Practietl and Analytical Chrmiit, Lowrlt, Mats. Vtu-K. tl HO e,a Hi.tti.s. AVERS I'lLLS, Ftirs 9Cts Ft Tlox. P.'W hy H. liuinil, Allen A Nelou, Maumo PeiR Jt li.miltou, I't-rryab-rg, ni:d by all Druif gists every wl ere. si'i20. DOOKS! BOOKS!! ROOKS!!! Fro h arrivals wi-elily at Holi Rook Store, sigr iftlie IW.ok'ini.tim of School looks of all ki. ds. aces, a lame assortment of HOI ID AY GIFTS, and TOY liOOKS wilh beauiilul pictures for the children. Of Stationery, he hus the beat the eas tern mark t atT.rds anil in great varety. INKS Black, Dlue, lied, I'anmue, Arnold's and Samson's Fluid, Copying, Indellible, etc. HOLD riCSK, Mammoth, Fligrotaiiifr, C'onimer ci a Ladies, c.,at HOLT'S. UOt'TOIt IIOOFI.AVD'S (Ki.i:uit.Tr.i) GERMAN BITTERS, IMtKrAIttl' HY Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Pliila.ru, Pa. wir.i. Ki:TrrTri.t.v ernr. WVEIl COMPLAINT. IT8PKISU. aAtSMCE. fhmuir or ftrrrnwt Debility. IhftajtMol tht hollieyt. anJ m or,e ,, a di,or.i,r',l .irrmr Siomach.- Such as Constl- nation, limnrJ Plies, fulln-ss r.f blood to the head. Acidi fy of the Stoiuarh. Nausea. Heartburn. Disgust lor food. Ful ness or weight in the sunnae li, four eructations, sinking or fluttering at the pit ef tfee stomach, swimming of the head, huried and difficult llrcathinx, Fluttennu at the Heart. ClHiakinftorsufTocatiugseaiations when in a King pos ture, dimness of vision, dots of wehs before the sight, fctcr and doll pain in Ihe head, ileneteiMT of persuiM- i lion, yellowness oi tne sum ana eves, pain in m. siuc, back, chest, limbs, lte sudden flashes of heat, burning in in. ne.ii, guiwi.iii uu.gimiiig. u .....,,.- nression of spirits. O-K. tn n.1ttn .1.. .O.iillnn ftf ih. fillh. ic to this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adaptation to the diseases for which it i, reccommended. It is no new and untried artlele but one mat has stood the test of ten years' trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale is unrivaled by any similur preparations estant. In. testimony In its fa vor given by the most prominent and well known Phy sicians and individuals in all parts nf the country is immense, and a earetul perusal of the Almanac, pub lished annually ny tne proprietor, ana 10 ue naa grai is ot anv of his agents, cannot hut satisfy the most skeptical that litis remedy is really deserving the great celehretv it has obtained. PrineipalOrfice and Manufactory, No. 00 Arch t. Philadelphia, pa. tStrtifitatt Of HAL.r it'f, w., canar ?jio-ri JI tne 1 lines, tromon, iwu. Ihcsto. Oct. 9. 154. Dr. C. M. Jackson Dear Sir, The bitters are in great demand here. In addition to the quantities sold bv Moilev & Barber, tout ageuts, the to o other stores sell more 'of them than any other medicine. I find they are much used by convalescent fever patients to rebuild their broken constitutions. I have used during the lust summer, in my own family, four bottles. They were reccomeiuUd te ate first by a neighoor.at a tune when mv svstenl was much debilitated from the effects or a severe Uillinus fever. They gave me an appetite, and restored a tone and vigor to my whole system. In one nf the, Senteniber numbers uf mv nalier I related m? esperieuo of the good effects of the Uitters.sinee whlell time tney nave naa a targe snie, nuo nnve nun lf(ine the stdmiurit SAedicine ill this vicinitv. In conclusion. I would snv that I feel grea't pleasure In giving you this testimony of the value and success or vour preparation. nespccttuiiy yours, 1 1 HALF LUTE. GltE.lT C'l'Htt, ArTED THE PlItSltlANS IU1) Fstl lO. Ht-ssF.Lvll.l.K. Ohio, Jon 10. 18.i5, Dr. C. M.Jackson Dear fir. " HV would luform you that wa are out of your Hitters, which find a ready sale. One ot our neiglioors lias oeen uocioring ior some time (wa think about tw o years) with all the doc tors in the countvv. hut alt of no avail. He looked as much like a dead man gMug akuat as anything we can compare hiui to. His diseasu appeared to he an overflowing of the gall. With hard persuasion we prevailed on him to try your bitters, with the promise to him, if it did no good, we would charge him nothing for it, provided he took sis bottles according to the di rection, whiohhe lu.tr.tone, and ia now entirely cured, and has become a well man. This cure has created a great sale in this neighborhood." Hespeclfully. F.DWAUDS It BIIOWK. Thev are entirely vegetable free from atl injurious I ingredients, or alcoholic stimulants, always-steaugthta-i ing and never prwstrating the svstem. I Pries 7fc. per bottle. Bold b'y Druggists and Store keepers in every town aud village in tho L'nited States and (.'aliadas. Bold bv II. BURKITT, Matimee City t PECK A HAMILTON. PermbarB I Linsdale & Bros., "roe- port ; Nnriuan llrewster, Scotch Itidge Jno. Braduer, West Mlllgrove. NEW GOODS-! ! ilsy IT. At K. 0. Wcost, i Co s. ' i There is an evil habit sometime indulged in brbovs, in solitnds. often growing up with there to manhood ; and which, it' not reformed in due time, not onlr lie came gets serious obstacles to matrimonial happitieni. but gives rise to a series uf protracted, insidious, and de tain, vacating affeeiiuns. . irw of tbuse alio give way to this pernioious prae h. tlCf! are wnr "r. ,l,e isequeiices. uut.l th-y Hnd tl.e nernms system sbatten-d. feel strange and uuarcount- "We seowtHms. s.l vague fei.es in Hi mind. ,See p:.- The un fort ana te thnn att'ffted becomes treble, is uti Avirs able to lalT with aecutomcd vtir. or to appl hif nnd (o ttrftdt ; his step is tardv and wrak : be ist'dull. irresolute, and engages even iu bis sports ith Ic-s eu- CAUl'llirS ftlANISH M1XT111E. THE OB RAT P0I11FICR OF THE HLOOD ! THE BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN I ! Not a Partittl of Mtrtury in it ! Anlnfullible remedy for Scrofula, Khig'i Evil, Rhea rtintitm, Obitinate Cutaneous Fruptinns, Pimples or Pustules on the Pace, Btytbhes, Bulls. Ague and Fever, Chronic Pore Kteft, Ttlhgwortn Or Tetter, Sen Id bead, Khlargemstit and tiainofthe Bones and Julnta, Salt Hheuin, 6tubliorn 11 ccrs, Ryphilitio Disor tlars, and all diseas es arising from a injudi eioys Imprudence . In Life, or impurity of the Ulmid. This great alterative Medicine and Purifier of the Blood is now Ustd, by thounand ot grateful iiatients from all parts of the United States, who Wlfr dailv to the lemarkable cures performed by the create of nil nietiiciiies.ouAHKhll a Sl'ANlMl MIX itKK. ' Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sertfu)a, Eruptions on the Kkin, Liver llist'Ste, Fevers, t leers. Old sores. Affec tion of the Kidneys, Diseaties of the Throat, Female complaints. Pain and Achings of the bones and joints. are speedily ptttto night y using this inestimable rem ed. " r or all diseases of the Blood.nnthing has yet been found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of all im parities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver and Kidnevs, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to the stomach, makes the akin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of youth; to its pristine yigur and ircngui. Fur the mseasls or fkmai.es It Is necullarlv annli cable, and wherever it ha become known is regularly preflurihed with the happiest effect! It invigorates the weak and debelitated. and imparts elsstlelty to the worn-out frame, clears the skin, and leaves the patient fresh and healthy ; a single bottte of this lucflumaMe remedy is worth' all the so-called Sarsaparillns in exist- enre. The lanre number of certificates which welinvere cetved from persons from nil parts of the United States, thr best evidence thnt there is no humbug about it. The 1'ress, hotel keepers, mug! titrates, phydclnn. and public men. well known to the comn.tit.it y.'all add their testimony to tbe wonderful effects of thisoar.ATBLOon rt'KiriKK. Call on the A cent and ret an Almanae. and read the detail of astonishing cures performed hr cahtem's SI-A5TSH MlXTraa, (m mowt rates where everything eer hnd sifnattyfniftd.) The limits of an advertisement will not admit their, full insertion. Wsj.8. BEKHS & CO.. rropriet.ra. No. ao4, Broadway, New York, To whom sll orders muu lie addreMed. Fte sale'lir Druggists and Cnmtry Merchants In all pans ot tne I'niteo states and the t 'anadn, and nv Pi:CK iV HAMILTON, Perns burg, and II. Itl'U RITT, Mauniee City. ' Sept. H. 185t,--ly AFFL1CTEO UC4D ! I PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL IIOl HE. Es tahlished twentv-two veam ago by IJa. KINKKI. IN, corner of Third and I'nion streets, Philadelphia, Pa. TWEXTV-TWO YAEItH Experience has rendered Dr.. K. a most successful practitioner in the curs ot all 4iMaes of a private na ture ; manhood's debility its an imped intent to mar riage ; nervous and sexual infirmities, diseaM of the gkin. and tluse aririiiig fn.m abuse t mercurv. takk PAItTiri l Alt irrii'i. erirt tlmn uiual. If tie eniitiii-ipatf liimwlf l?fnr tlie prnirir Ins lne if womt. nml enter nuitrinmiif , hi man-in ft iiufmitful. niul n twwte tell dim thnt tlii i i-nnrtl Wy hii enrlv follies. The are nmtieierf,fiorr.f tthich hvnlt! atcuken the attention tf mil trho are similarly titmttetl ui:mi;m hi: it. Ilevt hn lnrs (nfti.flf iimk-r Dr. Kinkvlin' treut nieut, mny religi-timl rmitiile in liis lumor iw a frentle man. mid rely upon tlt a-H-siirnncf, tlmt lite swerats f Dr. K's put it iit will nt-rer e ilicl.iftil. Young uin--let ito fa) modesty deter tou from ma kinjr y our cam; known to one, t1h," frtw etlteatiuu and rtnpeclhililT.ru ccrtuinl lirturtiU toil. Dr. Kiuktii'st rtslf iu-e hn becti tor the lift Itrentt year at the N. V'.cornr of Third- and t'nK u iitreetii, ,l:i.i l. l.:. t, n.Mue.p..... ... I'.llir.AlJ.ll AIMMlMh., Can have hv stating their ease etplieitlv. togi "her with all the r stmpt. ins, per letter, enclosing a remit tanee.) lr. K's medicine, appropriated aeeordingl. Furwardeit to anr part of the ('oiled States. and pack- ed seetire from dsniiiye or enrii.ltv.l.v Mail or Kxpress. ItKAH YOI'TII AMI .IAMKIlf ! ,4 !7jforoirl f.ifr or a Premature I tenth. Kitii'elia on Self Preierrntiou tl$ 1'A rente. Letters containing that value in stamps, will ensure a CO pi. per retfrn of mail. litl.llis: oa.i it:: i.ii.iji;;: A Free (SIFT To Ml. MISKUY KKI.IKYl'.n. Nature's Ouide." a new and popular Work, full af raluahle advice and impressive wnrmitg. alike calrnis ted to orevent vears of miserr. and save tkomanile of lives, is distributed whhotrr "Itnrge. and forwarded lit mall, prepaid to alii rostlimee tntlie I luted nutes, on rceieviiig an order euclosina; tw o postage slainps. J tllv J4, ISoti. II It t'OMMKltllAI. COLLEGE, COLLMUIS. OHIO, Tlie most Thorough f- Practical Institution in the West. TERMS. For full course. includiticall departments of Hook Keeping, Lectures and Penmanship, iiivariallv m ailvanre -C" rorfufl course in Ladies Department Ju fat THE PROPKIETOKS take great pleasure in es nressinir their thanks for the trratifsing and unpre- cedeutrd success which has marked the career of their institution sinee its esvafeKshment at Hie (.AriTAl.. and stimulates them to renewed exertions to meet, in themoet efficient manner, tbe rapidly increasing demands for a practiral and eompreheneive rourte of mercantile train- mm. '1 ha trreat tiractical exnerience or no i nnti hi, In he. Hunkiiiu and Commercial Houses, assisted hy educated and accomplished gentlemen, has enabled htm to hnng lo a degree or perlectlon a system oi mis l int. Ktlo.il instruction, nv oral exercises, hot at Tsiaen nr ibi ornr.K institl'TIow. l-.aeh student, hy this new process, i, drilled al the ItF.HK, individually. step by slep. until he has mastered (he whole routine of an Accouutatit's duties at thoroughly at though he had eerved an apprenticeship tn tome targe Lommercial lion- and thus all awkwardness, faltering and egre gious blunders are, in a great measure, dissipated. In addition to our eniraeement of accomplished aa- sistants, we have also secured the services of some of the most eminent lecturers In Ohio to lecture upon com mercial topics. Our course of Instruction is too extended to particu larize here, but it embrace, every thing connected with IKII'HI.K. F.NTH I HOOK K KK ' Mv. with a lire and full discussion of its scientific principles Lectures rommerciml Hii.orv. and Ilistorirof eminent lom Product!, CJ ommereial t'alculntioiii, lloiikinp, Iuliticl KcoDiintT. Merrmitile Law, Ethics uf Trade, Penmau- ahiii, iic. The Ladies' Detiartment Is now orten for the reception of Ladies. No Institu tion fn the Union imparts a mure thorough or interest- li.tv MMru ta ttiis dciiortt.ent. In conclusion, we would add. that we shall put forth mif licit fftfVii-ts to merit in a still mora eminent decree the flattering reception with which our enterprise has met, rut' pledge ourselves to itvpiut own thorough praetirnl course of Merrautite Instruction than can formed at any otlier similar College. Among the man)- recommendations, we girt the fol- " We the undersigned, take pleasure in testifying that waans iieraonallv acquainted will, .Mr. j HAKii KK a ami- Hr avs an Accountant, and Teacher of liook luujping tshih ia nf hu hi chest order, lie liusliud trrettt eiw- rience as an Accountant. in heay Commcrcinland Hank ing Houses, which gives him superior facilities inim porting practical knowledge of Jiook Keeping, ana tlwrouxn commercial ,uarun. I. af. Al.ln"s President of farmers College. LOU IN ANDKEWS. prwiliit of Kciijon ColUge, Tn wnitnir nifi, nlio wish to acquire a "business edu- resinn" WH 11)1(1 It It BtlOnU IBCI1M ! W lOtitTl BOUaifU Mr. liranscr has tlia rare cjualification of theoretical LnnuiwUri aiiiil nniness .n teachinir. added to practical (. minting 1UH4U eiririu.c, anu c icei voimuein uiatv graduates from his College will he full competent keep the most tompucaiea set or nocks. J.J. JANNLY, Sec. li'd Control, b. Usnk Ohio, J. F. VAUK, Book Keeper at D. T. WoodburVi, 1. OVKHD1EK, Book Keeper. Clinton Bank. 11. Z. IM ILLS, Sec. Columbus Gas h Co. C. ti. MASON, B'k Keeperfur J.II.1UU) & C For full particulars, send for circular CKANGEU k AUMSTKOK JmU Tropria 1 ! I ' a to BUSINESS CARDS. R. A. CROSS. Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver tear. Plated and Lritania Knre, Podcet Cutlery Fancy Odcnfi, Waynt St., ifaumtt Citv. Vhio. W ATC'iliJ.-, Clocks, ),., Kpalr4 on short notica. Mr. 0. iaanpri anccd and (jra'iUhal workman, anil Ihosa faroms; him with tntir pal ronairs. dost deDend dims kavimr their work faithfully dons. t. MEFFOliD k HOLiENBECK, Attorney and C'cMni'ctlort at Low, and Agents for the purchase and salt of Lands and payment of Tains. PE R RT 8 BURG, WOOD COCNTY, OH 1 4 JNO, I, MAHoa TBOS. A LAX MANOR & LAME, Attorneys al Law . UOtHoa In Du.ll Block. Tolod. Ohi. AMERICAN HOUSE, ,, JOSEP LANOENDBRTBR, ProprUlor, Corner of Dudley A Conant-sts., Msunwe City, O i. i. rtsacn .. w. BAHisia, FRENCH 4 DANIELS, .'TTOnNEYS AT LAW AND LAND AGENTS. MR. DANIELS, is NOTARY PUBLIC, AMD CommisrioaiT for the States of New York, Virfinim, Prnntylvmni mnd Hhsdt island. OKlcs In Walla' Block. Bnmmlt at., TalsA, OhU 1.. ri'LLKS I. VOVLB. FULLER it DOYLE, Attorneys et Counsellors at Law,' GENERAL AGENTS, CORNER OF SI MM1T AND MONItOB STREETS TOLEDO, OHIO. J. L. FULLER Nut.st Putiii F. R. MILLER h C0;( Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard ware, Crockery, Stints et Shoes, etolkiny. Iron, Xails, Glass, Salt, tic, etc. They respectfully solicit a .hare of pnhlis pat ronage. Sinre, fonuorly occupied by E D. Fim $ On , on Fiont street IVrrvs urir. Jan.St, 1856. HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURER, AKD KIALSS IN Hats, Caps, Furs, Shirt Cellar t, Crafts, Basks, as. Hata Repaired, Hats Scurfed, and srsry tklnf belonging m ihoHatand Cap dapartraent dona With- n.attres, and dispatch. RtHims a few doors' aore Adam at., and nest door to Ilui.ker'a Confectionery atom. Toledo. Oct. SO. 1HS5. J. BOOTH. JAMES (iUDWljf.- Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries Loots ci Shoes, Ready Made Clothing, Pork. beef. Potatoes, Oats, ere, (fe. Selling at iiNt'srii low Paiuas. Teirvshurtr. Jan. 95. JIH56. Itsf. HENftY C. FRkSTZ ' CliSAP Vhootograjhy and A m brotyp i A L J, E K T , Sumtnit Street. Iietween Out and Adam Ms. Toledo, (hp. A nibrol pes, carer included, from otSo. to 1 S, riu.nKiL'rapbs from ). (K) lo 2 6.00. aprilS'66 ly. A. C , W' f N;8 176 vr Iron Foundsr ani atachlalat. Has on hand antxtensive and approved aaaortroens oi I'atterna lo im I nrillll'lt i . C . tlla Al I.I. I,r.. SIAlT. I II V? K .M .3. I VERANDAS I ....... Z, . and ratttiga generally. Work dne to order wa ahofX nut ire, and it a satisfactory saaDnar. Etna Ikon Khindrt. Macmkb Citt, Ohio. N O W i s T Ti K TIM E To purcIiAse (jbave stokes in Manmee City. I have one hnndrtd Mt of Marble (irare 8tou hand, which I am bound in sell lower than itoii ltM ever b fore t iuld in this section of coun fry, an 1 am determined to pet rid ot litem for Ui purpose nt oint; into oilier huinesa. My shp ia jtiit suinh of Settee's Kactorv. nar th nil mill. Apnl III, h; if WIDEON M Y r.l'S. A YVLL LMJKAUV OF SHKIT WOHKS, kept hy Wm. HOUSTON, inrluding KuwIcj'b Wotks on I'hrt-noiogy, Doctor Dotld on Ktecliical IVjcliology, wtirka on MrtL'RtU.rn ntid Seitnev and Khfaiolocy . These workM nrr lent to l)iofe dtsirrus of iupro vinif their intellt rtnal p-weri. Parrysburi;, ajllt. To Druggist, Merchants, and Oe tier im MtstUtrnt th a tfur-ii-At. irT or DH GREGORY'S INSTANT CURE or PAIN For Western Ohio, lndiaua, Iowa, Musuun, vir-- giuia. California, LngtanU, m , at Ui a tor liuoro of I'. W. IKIILi, uu. W keep a aiiunly constantly on hand. AU Dea'a ra iu Mediou.e supplied on moat raoaabi terma. This Terr valuflble and popular niedicina, haa built up its own reputaliun. and needs ao word of command at ion from ua. Ordera aolieitod and p oiiiptly nlled. Aimts: il. iiiimtt. r. u. Hon, mavimee, u., C. Wt. ft Co., and J. M Ashley, Toledo, O. N. Ueech k Co., Geo. a J. I'owers, Farryabnrg Ohio. BOYD, STONK Pmprietora, s City, Ohio-. 2tf Mautnee WATERVILLE WOOLEN FACTORY. TLa subscribers still continue tha Woolen Ka- U tj, in Watrrville, Luras counts', Ohio, and ara prepatcii to msntifactnris from tha fleccs, all kint's of WOOI.KN COOPS, inch as Cloths, Satinrtta, Tweeds, Flannels, Blankela, Tama, ate, by Ik jarrl.or on abares.in such a manner, that will giro, gooa aaiiaiacilt-D to an inusw so, vtiii lavor isttsss with their patronage. They will keep on hand a supply ef the soots articles, to exchange for wool. Carding and spinning done al short notise. at 16 cents per pound of yarn. Custom Carding and Cloth Dressing dons as asael at short notice. Hjr We will pay the highest market price far wool in cash. Also all kinds of mark, table pre-- duce taken in exchange for work and cloth. si iuwn mar Waterville, May 10 .1866 ly. TOLEDO BOOK WSDERV, Bliss Buildingsame floor of Anartus A latfoti steam vnnttng nouos. n,nin in all of its Tar'.aua departments, esa- cuted promptly, at fair prices, and in a style aet to be surpassed in the West. The Proprietor would Deg particularly i wjium viwn iu. pu lie the fact that he uses FAR BETTER STOCK tk.n anv ainiilar establUhaient in this Ticiaitl eAl it is his iutention te- reader aJl of his work diatinguished alike fop its bsassty and durability BLANK HOOKS for Banks, Insurance compa nies, Forwarders, County Officers. Ac, made at the shartest notice. Magasinrsand Old Books bound to patterns. One of Town's TaUnt loio Marmasa, ten fiaging Hlank Books, is i operation at this stah istiment. Tole. o. Oct 30. 1855. tf MARBLE W O R K li . EDWASD LLOTD, Monro Street, Toledo, Manufactures and desls in American and Fnreiga Marble Monuments Tomb Stones, Mural Slabs, Cabinet Stabs and Mantles, and all other articles usually called for in his line, lie has oa kand a large and well selected assortment of Italian and American Marble monuments, Tomb Stones, Ac. which he will finish in the best style wilh promptness and despatch, and on aa reasonable terms as any establishment in the western 8tates. All persons wishing to jiay the last mark of respect to their departed fnaids, will pleaM gvT him a call. Toledo, October U, lrf S.