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The Solar Eclipie of 185S.
On tli is subject M. Fayo lias just read an Intcrcstlnij paper to the Actulemy of Science, witU a v.cmt to cnll tho utton iIah nt nntiunomers to tho Questions IV V. - - - a vrhtch may bo cither enttrelyiulvca or nt least conilcrably clucidutel by the olcrvat!un of tlioso important phcnom ma : "What, bo aakoJ, is tlio KUU? It is a Hory globe, composed of two con centric parts of very unequal densities. Tlio inner part constitute n Dhcricul liaclcu, Mid tin outer onen Liml of very extensive atmosphere. At ft certain iliaUnco from the center tbUutiiiosplicro i rorvred witU a continuou apherical . - - - layer of a peculiar kind ot ClOUdi, j Iiich nro luminom, And constitute tho ; 11. ,. i I . I, ,la ,1... unlinlit. fWv rMobtf Vis lull) to Us tno pnoio- upheru" of thu ua. Under this princi , Dal layer nucleus, and tibovo tho photo- . .. A i . i i .i i.. n ' i npuoru tncro are mo ia.i iiiuiy rurmuu thcro and usually IiitMuIo atrntoof tho general atmonphcro. From tho uuclo u, gancou eruption iasuo, partially diipat!ntf and cxtini;uisllniC tho lu liilitüiu cloud of tho photoHphcro nay, rbiiiK beyon 1 It Into tho cxtroino atraia (which only becoiio vilblo by n taint liht nt the tlmo of au celipro)' where they form thono torreuU of vaior known as Mrono-colorcd protuberance." Tho volume of thco vupoi h Home time ono thouMand, And wen two thou Hand time tho hIzo of our lobo. M. Tavo now draw a parallel between the ircVnt condition of the un m above dcMcrlbod, and what must havo been tho condition of our earth when tho crust which now conceal It contra! tiro wa not yet formed. It wn then u ilimlnutlro nun; the wholo ihuhh If It vratcr wam in tho atmotphero under the form of iteam, with tho immeuMo maw of carbonic Acid wlilcli ha iueo Ihou abnorbod by caleuroou ir utter. TIicho vapor, which wcro invUiblo and iraimparent In tho rlclntty of tho then liouiu nuclcu, wcro condensed at aeon idcrablo altitude, so a to f rm u con siderable altitude, no us to form a ton tiuuou involucrum of whito cloud, brilliantly illuminated by tho ray ct tho un. Seen from a distance, our earth must have presented thi atmoHjiheru to I the eye. Immediately above it there ' must havo been the last trata ot air in n ItifrU tato of rareiacauon, ana mere- ..... M .. I . 1 foro incapablo of supporting any of j luminou cloud or (pteou vui.ors. , Tni.,w..li;itrlv l...!nv thtl-d IllUst II1V0 I 1-...,. n Invr ,f rl.,rlc rliniil nr fo'H con- ktantlr disblpatcd by distpatoJ by tlio nuliativn cf the nucleus; and lower still u dense ut moBphero weighing upon tho tili denser uraotcc, inceasciitly i8uin up l'itm tlio ucleu. M Faye conclude thi ,o; IKjthctical picturo by buijosiii that ' J n - volume of ira did at ono timo penetrate . . .T I .-A, ...... a..v4...t.tl,. i through tho photosphere. I'roduting irapa in tho atratuin of whitj cloud.-; in .. .....4 'ii WHICH Cn.0 a UlSiaUl ewenvr wuhi. , through thofjap, navo seen mo uars nucleus of üifij:art!i4.intt na wo at pre cnt see that of tho un througU tho Kap, in it photoepbere, which appear to via us dark apots. Whether thi theory really explains tl process actually in progrcH in the aim. van only bo ascertained !y an ex- tttt Observation Ot CCllJlSCa. IhO CCilpSO . t ... .. f Svptctnbcr, 1858, will only Le cent nil n.1 ntnl tntlm In li n) ii t H n t nf t Ii n wont K. rrn continent of America, where there nro but few astronomers and observ atories. M. Faye, however, propose to establish two observatories for the occa v sion, one at Jgnape, on tho coast of Urazil, and tho other in lVru, at one nd a half decrees south of Capo Ulan co. iiut the Ürct eel ipso, which is to tato place net ilarch, though not cen tral us regards France, will bo very nearly so; for tho snot whenco it miht bo seen i only thirty-two Liloiuctrci irom thelidajid of Oucsüunt; and an ob server stationed on that island will oo tho cclipw with a deviation of only fourteen second from tho center. At Ureal the observation wonld not bo so favorable, tho mni'mufft of breath in tho nolar crcsent being twenty-two sec ond, a very unfavorable condition for observing tho physical condition of the sun. )l. Fayo now jiointa out variou precatlons to bo taken by astronomera in making tholr obaervations. Firnt, lie advise them to divert themsclro of all prceonceiTod theoretical notions, vrhtch might induco them to neglect es nentlal circumstances for others, the Im ortanco of which may bo mero matter f opinion. They ouht, therefore, to mark down tlio situation of tho solar pots on tho day before and tho day af trr tho ecllpso. in order to eo whether they really colncido with the obscura tion. Secondly, tho observer should Jiu:nd h(cyf that I, avoid looking at tho sun or recvlylng lu" direct rays, untill tho vcrj moment of 'the observa tlon clohe may bo utraßl to so all tho expected phenomen.-i with suCldent nicety. Thirdly, In ordr Xo Mi the 1 bv tQ II I Vllllll 4) SI WW vlvil'r veejMw" j f vrithin tho tubo of tho u!& - tnVrnW rarlficd bv lou exnouro to tho sun, the o Instrument ought to rcnain corerod withawhito cloth, haviig previously Iwen iointd to tho proper spot In the lieaven untill tho moment when the ob servation ia to begin. Thi precaution, M. Fayo contend, I of Ihogreatcnt im portancc, and it being heiected 1 tlio tauo of IVequent cmr. So greut in tlcoil, i tho effect of thi refraction that tho iliavc of Saturn has sometime been aeon in tho form of a square, with its angle !i;;'..t!y reunded Qft.Ua!ij- lNScrottiiv-vTio-f. The frcquenUtah. bine or nooting of school-teacher at .. .I . I .. . rrn Tallin DV UOX in trio school, in nun ra08 melanchollv features of -trnU(ew. Tho FittBburg (lagetto, in quoting-vjio last cane, adds : 'A Kentucky friend once told us of a ncbool ho undertook to teach in Helena, ArkaoKai. .' Tho first operation almost, on commencing nis acssion, wastoscarcn 4t . ....,.. , n.f.Ji...i, UVI.BOl Iii pujill.' jur UCaUIV WCftn- OU. i llliniC IHO UUmier Ot iOaUOil I vv a e v . w jt m a I revolvers, which lie said ho found in tlio eoureo of his scrutiny, was thirteen. The number of knives, dirks and blung shot we do not prteud to remember. It was horriblo to think of, however. 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DAY"& JIATIACKr WHOLESALE DEALERS IN No. 89 Tcarl Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. "RICKEY, MALLORY &'CÖ. (Su-?oeora to 11. W. tierby A Co.) lkr Main Htrcci, larito the attention of Nook Heller, Country mer chant, Teacher, and other, to tbelr preaeul lock of Jiooks anb lationtrn. Their assortment of HOOl. CLASSIC Al, niSCELLANEOUS BOOKS, Including flnely bound KdliUo of ftaudard Hilf li'b Author, I very complete. Tho Stationoiy Dopartmont Contain every variety of Can, Letter, Note anl lrlng l'aper, lllauk Uuok, l.iivtlopr, Ink, l'eu- eil, J an, AO. i i, Having on band (be tnont extenalvo aortment of Cr.ASHIÜAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS HOOKS To be found In the Went, they are at all time pre pared to Hupply Pulllo Llbrurlo at the lowet po. libl rate. feb2d-tf. Merchant and ritranfer vlaltlaa; Claelnnatl, on buiinei or pUaaur ahould pro are a eopy of THE CINCINNATI GUIDE And Business Directory: TOR 1357.'58. In neat rocket le, Pan a Twntv-Fivb Cit, eomnlled bv F. W. Hl'MTT i containing a new and correct man of the city, tcfelber with , , ....... I.L uch Infor- ...u. M vm ..Una a thousand que.tlon nI quetion lfeW'68lf. For ala by JobnW. Keely FARMERS OF INDIANA! Have you aubicribed for the good old Mo (DuMv&tair Hot 68 It is the Farmers and Gardtners Own Toper. PublUbed twice every month, In book form edita ble for binding. Tta l a year, Inf le copy three eople for $2 lx for It nine for f , aat' a copy eitra to the getter up of every club of 9. Pyetimen, geut frr. Addreae ß. D. HAItrtlr, Colombu, O., Lditor and rrctivtor. PltOSPECTUS or the Thirty-Seventh Volume OF TUR rvUT. JOTftXAL Is NOW r.XTEllIX ITA X Thlrty-irvtntb yoIuiii. Ii wm utaUIUhail In W2, mnl 1 Iii olJmt nr In ludlutin. II la ejuil lu to tht City of InJiun)ull, and Ii nmriy m oia at our Mai uuvarnuionu iiwa ri Ublicliod when Indlann aa lltll than a II. ilvrneaa. and wlien Indlauanoll acnrwlv xlatod as- cefit In nam. It hai lived and frown upon tUown merit--lJmn recclrlnit oQlt lnl tmtronnra or to rnntantitl favor. It nam I a a "houaoLuld word" throughout lS length and breadth of the Plate, and It poaitlon upon all pulllo mattora po Ittloal or otharwl 1 au wall known thai anything all In refi renoe to I'l court upon any of the qua- tum now ho i ore the iiooiile would he luperatioui. M hlU the J rar nail will continue to advocate the treat prlm lpli'i f freedom, and give III aupport to tht ltrpuhlican 1'arly, a tho party of the jicnple tln with Iba hart when rlitht. and reiiuillatina' ll when wroiif -ll will be for the comlnf year more of a family paper than It hu ever yet len, and b iiiad iue ait rptahle to the general reader than a purely kiiiicmi paper eouia to. The rcaalon of Con crom under a new Admlnlntra lion U alwny fra until with more or ! Imporlunra le the welfare of Ihe country, and the preaent na Ion will le looked upon with Ice I lng of peculiar In trc"l. The poaltlim of the Adiuinlalrutlon ajHUi Kann aOuIri U a uiatler of muiii publle eotuvru. The I'uh tiuaillon, and the froirre of the anllil- liated war III thiituuartor. Will be m ulleet of f rrat ahlle Intereat aa long a It remalni unsettled. Kvente are franiplrliijf In our own country and throughout the world to make a itewipapcr l'U tn oll to every ludlvl lual. llountrowo erope have Llniad tho fcutbandman throiitfliout tfie Jandi peace, plenty, and protperlty aiulle upon all, and we appear before the pulllo, ak Ina; for He lupiMirt, feellnf thul we (hall rtHlve It liberally. 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CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON KAIL-K0AJ). Four Dally Trains. LEAVE KIXTH ST., DEPOT, i 8 FOLLOWS: 6 A. M. Indlananoll and Chlcnro Htrrn. . A. M. Duyton, Plqua and Mdney Mail Kiprc. 4 P. M. Dayton, Illchmond and Indiauaiolia Ll re. 5:10 r. M. Uaoiilton Accommodation. THROUGH TICKETS. - TO ALT. EASTEJi.V, WEHTERIV, k NORTH KItN k NORTII.WK.STE.'t.V CITILH. OONNECTIOKSi A. U. Train eonorct at Richmond, with Indi ana Central Koad fr Indlauapoll, Chloogo, Lafay ette, Torre HanU, f t. I,oul, and all Weaiern elUe. AIo, with Claelnnatl aud Chicago Road for An dorioii, Kukomn, Loftau'iiort, Fori f ayua aud all point on the Wawenli Valley fload. S A. M. Train fwr I'eyton, Troy, Plqua an 1 ney, for fprlngf.eld. Fort Wayne, (anduky, Tol, and Detroit conne, i dlreclly at Xiduey with, Hulla fontalnn, Clevelanc and PltUburgu Ilea I, for PlUi bureh, I'Ulladt tphla, llaltluiora and New York. 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Speak io Tubi filled up with whistle annunoiator. Sil ver p!td Door ani umber I'Utts. f c b 1 9 -tf. SUCCESSOUS TO AVM. LEE & CO. 4 Wost Fourth Stroot. Ulack Cloth Cloak ilvhly iiUuiuedj Mourning Cloak, ,,,tt, lllavk Kuibrolderod Velfol ClsNik at JIALi l'HICli tu eluaeout Colored lieaver Cloth Cluak Mlo Cloak and Talma J li I.- .. I f ...... tt,4ta . i'IVUUIIr .VRI, ItUVJ ÜVH .. ".. tlvoUb) i reuoh and Day fclalo e,nare and Long rihawln, at very low pn-T SUlia Shawl, from 12 5 to 'lt oaeh Choioe tut l'lu.h Dordered SUtla tihawl, 3 00 Moarulnir Miawll. In black aud white I Long and Hquare tibaal, lilack Thibet tod Mack tilk. llcliviua, UosstiRo te CJuylcr, SÜCC1ÄSÜU3 TO WM. LEE & CO. West Fourth Stroot, CINCINNATI, OHIO. L1TTL1S MIAMI, t AXD COLUMBUS & XENIA Oy AXI AFTER MONDAY, JAM'AItY 4, IMS, Train leave Cincinnati dully, rtamUyieiierpted. 6 A. M. Kiprr (Stopping at Loveluud, Morrow, Xenia ami London. 11:1!) A. M. Mull ltot.pliifr t nil tatlon. 4 ;'.'i 1'. M. Aceoiuuiodullon J;toj.png at all la tlon. Connection are made fur either train for AU lUc KuHtcrti UUcs. 10 U T1IUOUC1II TICKKTS And Information, at'i'ly at t'nlon Oflle.-. Xo. 2 Iturnet l(ou, and outli.eat comer of 11 road a ay and Front alret. and at tho Iitnt. Train, run by Colmnba time which. I aeven Uiluutci falter than tlueluilatl time. J. DC HAND, Sun't j:. F. FULLER, General TUket Ageut. febltt'iH.tf v W li i t o Lien. A NOVEL. JIY ClIAItlXS KADK. Author of "I'ef Wellington," Ac. 1 vol., !2ino. cloth, 1123. Household Wavorloy. THE MONASTERY. Now Ucntly. 3 vo'., tl60. Ilistorv of Ancient rhilosopliv. Py WM. AKCII I'll I5UTLKU, A. M.,lute Profe.or of 1'hiloaophy In tho l'iJvcrily of Dublin. Ldi ted by Win. llepworth Thoiupvon, Profuaiiur of Greek, in the l'iüvcmitj of CuwbriJ.'c. 2 vol., price f3 OU. THE BIBlTgALLERY, Illu.tratlnx our Lavlor Life aiid PiiIon j with prominent event In llie live of Ilia Diaviplea, the Patrlunh ond Pr''hct, mi l of tho women of the old and new Ti kIaiuciiU with 21 Mlurtra tlona on lool. 1 vol., tvo., cloth, full gilt aide aud edgva, f-t 00 1 Turkey morocco antique, 0 01. OUJl COUNTRY'S TR 017 It LEU, No. II; Or, National Pin and Notional Retribu tion. A reruiou, by the Kv. Dudley A. Tyng, Price, licl. 4.44aaBH Sr. Boss end lishop Colenso. Or. Tim Truth Rctorcd in r'P"rd to Pi.lyj-umT and rjtavery. Hy Kev. Tredoruk 11. A. Kwa, 1. D. of Alubanm, un ! lii;lit Hcv. John Wiliiuiu Col I. D., Lord KJtT of Nutnl. Prb-e. tie. For alo lv Tilt MAN 4 KrOFKollD, fcbl'J'&R-tf. No. 25 Wert Fourth St. 4- NlVOODS. i: atii: .vow opExixa a complete as eortmci.t of w FOREIGN & AMERICAN STAPLE ) HY-GOODS, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, ETC. Of llic bo.t rubriu aud Manufacture, Which w offer at vory low prh-o. JUIIX lHILLITO A CO. 101, 103 1 105 Wert Foirih tret, Cini iuinitl. O. Ucbia-tr. Fall and "Winter Arrangement 185a 185& CinClNNATlÄnD ST. LOUIS. THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE Of CAES. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI (11KOAD GAUCiK.) TWO DAILY.TRAIXS FOIt Louisville, Vincennei, Evantrilla, Cairo and St. Louli, AT 9.00 A. M, AND 10:30 T, M. ONK St'NDAY TRAIN FOR Louisville, Yineennes, Evaniville, Cairo, and 8t Louii, ' ' at to. r. M. ACCOMMODATION' TRAIN at ;?0 T. M., dal ly, (rtunday accepted,) for Ceymour. The train connect at Cairo and Ht' Loul with Pai'het atrnmer for Metuphla, Vlcktburg, Xatche ana nie uriean. AIa, eonnecta at Ht. Lonl with Paclflo Railroad and Jllttaonrl Hirer Packet for all plawa In KANSAS ANDNEHKASKA. Connect al ft. Louia with Keokuk Packet Com pany. . C031F0RT. Broad flaug" halonn Car throiijjh fron Clncln na'l In HI. Loot without change. Only one change of oar between Cincinnati, Lou Itvlllit, Kvantvlli or Cairo. Vor TUroiiKli TlcUcl AnJ all Information, idoaao aiily at Ihe offlcee. No 3 Unmet llonae, eornuronb-o uuder rpencr Ilona, ana ai me iepoi or the unio ana Miaei!ppl Rail road, corner Front and Mill atrcat. P. W. RTIt ADKIt, (Jeucral Ticket A ent. ISAAC WYMAN, Oeneral Wctra AgenU The Clnrlnnall and Pt. Lnula Oiniill.iw 1 In .II. ror (aaen;iira ai all ina principal hulol. and hy leavine dlrcetlona at ilthvr ot Ilm tli kt .m rail at privat roldcurt. i r..i.i n".a if w a ti tinnM.' i . iii in-. v. iiAuvvu, .igen i. L. O. It. DTOXK. M. W. tTOKi. L. 8c M. STONE, raw r M v McnAL U a Jl I K. H J nHrlAInORMtJAPLE ua ay a e . Betaa Chicago. Or eat Western and North- Western Eoute. THE INDIANAPOLIS (V CINCINNATI SHORT LINE EAII3LomAI0)o VIA LAWIIENCEBL'RO. Dlatance 110 mile, and no change of can between Cincinnati and Ind.anapolU. Two Vasscnscr Trains Leave Cincinnati dally. (Sunday eieentedA from the foot of Milt and Front etroete, aa follow t FI 118 T THAI.N-0:! A. M. CUIcaeo Ripreu through to Indianapoll, Lafayette aud Chicago, wiinout cnanire 01 rare. ü KCOND TRAIN 3:30 P. M. Accommodation! the 3:30 P. M. Train arrive la ladlanapolll at 6.00 r. 4i. Tho above tmini make dun connection at Indian apoll, Lafayette and Chicago, with train fur Terra Ifaute, Fprlnjrfleld, Kock Idend, flalraburg, Jvenoaha, Larayetle, JaekMonviue, I'anvilie, llurllngton. Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naplte, Oalvna, tjulnrv, 1'ralrle di Cblen, l'a ua, l'eorla, Luulleth, lloomington, aud La Hell, t. Paul. Tort Wayne, 1'vru, Toledo. A1a, fur Waukrsan, Loganiport, and all town and Utii lu Hie i cat. J!4f lie aura you art In the right Ticket OfTloe he fort you purchaie your ticket, and ak for Ticket VIA lAWJlKNOKDUltO Tiinoi'an TICKETS, Hood until ued, way be bad at tho Union otllee 8. 1.. comer or llroadway and I rout, whore all ueoe ary lufuruiallua can be bail. J. i:. linnON9, Ticket Agent. AIo, No. 2 Durnet llue, WM. M. MTARK, Ticket A nt. OITl-'e hour from 4 A. M. tu 0 I'. M. W.U. .NOULi:, (Jenvral Tleket A'l. II. C. LOUD, IWt. If.bIJ'S. "IT HAS NOT A M.'I.L PAUK IX 1T.' LTFK AND TLMKS AARON BURR, Lieut. Col. la the Army of the Revolution, V. fcteuate, Yice-Preddent of Iba United Htatc, Ac. BY JAME8 PARTON. ., crown 8vo. M'lth Portrait on Ftool, and Vood Cut. 1'rk'o In Cloth, f 1 75j kulf- eair, f i li, full calf, 13 Off. THU tit'DJECT. "What a cn ature be wal wh:it a career ho ac coniplUhed. Ono nf Ilm bert ofllitr ef tho Koro- lutioii) the iiioxt hrcwd, kern, IndefutlL'nblo, and uc-eiiful, If not the greeted luwycr lliut ever prac ticed In New York i tho very eronineniion of enurtlinc mi I fa.rlnation of iiumner baiidiiuo, elcunt, aniliiblc, nnl n vomplirln'l ; with n inuUr power over nil who cniue withlu hi liifliiiuee; with a will and boJy of Iron, dnrln;, renoliite, cal ciilatin; and a!way erjual to any circuiuataucc of hi iiiue)" Doton Po.L THE AUTHOR. "The author, Mr. Ja me Parton, I a hnlar and a munof theblKhcrtattninmcut.", and be ha brouirlit . to bla tank all the rc(iillte qualllica patieiien, toil, .may, care, rencriion, anil reacarcb o iiiUi.r.cnna blo to an undertaking of o inuih delicacy and Im portance." Home Journal. "Not until we rend thi volume bad wa the allpht est Idea of Mr. Piirtoii'n atiillly, eitlicr a a coiajillcr r a lilrttoriun. The tropic tory or the hero I told with tlio power and iuipücity of a gcu vine poet." Uo.ton Tout. "Ho ha performed hi tuk with tho tenl of an antiquary und thu ta-tte of an nrti.t. Tho irkunme detail of politlrul life have lipfn cnrefulty aifted, and a certain fine, vitalizing grnl'ia ! piven ani mation nml harmony to tlic mnv. Hi lmncty of tmriioo la no to. coni.ictmin thtin bl. orlirhmlit v of I esprerxion and illu-lmtion. lo irrtainly pon.ca.ra ' a rare talent fur Llogrutihiiul delineation. ' Xew j Yoik Tribune. IHK mOUKAi HY. "A volumo worthy of the ubjeet and time on which he ho written." Dorton Congregational!. "It ha net a dull pajj in It. Once opened, and the rcudir attention Urecured author and aubject combining to make Lim captive." notion iiar. "Almoat a model Iliography." rhilad Tre. "Certainly tho mort deeply Interesting! fcina tin;; bonk that ban tjon laid upon our tallo in many 14 jr. 14. 4. VOIIlUIIII4lIIUire. "A nti Intcrivting biiprnphy, no work lately pub Hulled begins to equal it." lioston Jourual. "It la iinpoanlMo not to rend it after one ha twa-itn A woik of aluoit unenuuled interct." ( 4 e . liionion i oil. "Of peculiar aud aUoibiug Inlorert." Dorton iranarripi. "Moro eicitlng than romance "N. Y. Evan geliau 'More real knowledge of our early htrtory can be obtained from It than from many work devoted ex- cluiirely to that period." Life Illuatrated. "One of the raoat faiclnatlng biographic of a bad ... aa a w . man ever written, a, i. vierver. Ill life I (ketcbed In a manner that will not fail to be in lere ting, or to exert a warning voice to Young America vf the preeut day." ChifÜan uuerver. Perlon' Life and Time of Aaron Burr in v be ob talned of Pookcller, or will ba ent by mail, post paid, on receipt of the advertlaed price. Publuhcd oy jiia.. liiiuijiku, 10,1 and 110 Dunne street, N. Y. For sate by IllCKKY, MALLOHY A Co. fcl,IV'6H-tf. 14S .Main street. JIISTOKY OF TIIK IlEPUULIO OF THE United States of America. Antraocil in tho wrltinca of ALKXAN DKK HAMILTON, nnJ ofbis colcm- poraricH. BY J. C. HAMILTON. Vol. 1 ÖV0. cloth, e-' 50. " The an'hlves of the flovernment of the United Plates having been recently opened to me by thoau Ihorlty of the Library Committee of Congrv.s, I have found a iitiM of maU rlal vf great value, iniK h of It heretofore unused. Those document would, bad their existence been known, have made a larire ad dition to the works of Aleian jcr Ilumltton, recent ly edited the autograph leitet written by hint In behalf if Washington, while a member of hi staff, and now lu the Department of tUato, exceeding a thousand In number. Other have been traced In pilvato collection, Theie all relate to tho period of tho Anurliin Rev olutlon, comprised la this and Ihe succeeding vol ume. A wider field of view being obtained, I resolved to enlarge the plan of bis work, and to embrace in it both a hlrtoey and a biography. My onjoct I to present a faithful, honest narrative a aerie of au Ih r Ho statomenU which will bear tho closet scru tiny, and thus be of aervloe to my country." 1 or alo by RICKEY, MALLORY A CO. LfeblO'iS-tf. 115 Main Ht., Cincinnati, 0. POLLOCK &. M'CALL, Manufacturers Agent and Ibolcsalc Jlaptr Qdtu, NO. 232 WALNUT STKLLT, AMD ENGRAVING ON COPPER, BUTLER'S MERCANTILE, RECORD AND C0PYIK3 EXCELSIQH iPLXJID I2STICS. Manufactured by Jas. J. Butler. Agent, KO. 33 TINE STRKET. CORNER CQlIHEltCE, vwHU..i4fgii U Ug W'a T MAKE THREI! DISTINCT VARIETIES, X differing one from the other only In their do gree of fluidity, and doalgnatad by the labh llbtOItD Jor Ledger and Record only j COPYIXfl For Lettcr-PrcM only I MERCANTILE For Book, Letter and general purposes. llicne Flui J change from a oaRimaa aire to a docp and permancDt BLACK COLOR, which do length of time will rang or dkstbot. Thea FLflD Iaaa wer flrat offered to the rubllo la 1RM elnoa which lima there has been awarded tbem Focbtebr Diploa, Two Pnosxg and Oxi rUivia Mioau Aa enumeration or them I deemed nnneoesaary, as they may be seen at my office. They are larcely ued lo the Prominent Cllie and Town of the Weat and South, and to tout extent la Keaatero Cliie. Mdc tho publication of my principal circular. I have received the following letter from BTATio t,Wl, wuicli are reapeeUully uuiulUed to the eonrtdera- tlon of other large KTartoiiKRa, F.eat or West. CixnxiATi, July Zi, 1BJ. Mr. Jab. J. lit n.ra, A ecu I. Cincinnati. Dkab ria: For some time tast we Lav been selling your Wairiaa Flviub to our Customers, and Uke ilaur m slatli.ar, that they the Very gcucr al satisfaction. A far a our own Judgment I concerned, we be tier them to be fully equal to Arnold' English Fluid, and art to be tirolcrred from the fact that tbey present a more uniform Dkitn of Cot.oa, when flnt ated and a far a w bar ea free front mold. Yonr llesiiectfully, MOORK, WILHTACH, KKY8 A CO., ANDEHHON, UATF.H A WRK1IIT, It I CK KY, MALLORY A WOB, C. P. 1IIIADLP.Y A CO.. APPLKtlATK A CO., UlltSO.V A CO. W have mid Mr. 4. J. Duller' Wmitino Fliidb to our customer for slilcen month port with gen rral allfautlon, and believe them to be of upeil or quality. Aa we do But u.e Arnold' tluld, we do Hot feel al liberty to draw a eomparUon. TKl'MAN A M'OFFDKD. The following tn.tlniony front Iloukkrnpcr of Leaning naut aua vreaulll lrlrm Is rcpoctiuliy suomuiea. Jas. J. Butler's Record Fluid, KOK HAL 15 AT THE I'ftlNCirAL STATIONERS AT CIXC1X.VAT Awt V.lncwlicre. A CAW TO V231 SC2re.l3a. CiariuxATi, April 6, 1847 Mr. Ja. J. Butler, Agent, Cincinnati. DltR Sib t We ha a for a number of year past been uaing Arnold's F.ngll.a Fluid a she bert la the market i for some time part we have tbeaa wing your lUcoso Fuio. and take plcasuro In stating that In our opinion It Is fully equal to Arnold', and In aoine rcjx-ol to be preferred. It ba a umr uniform depth of color when first ued, and has never uoi.i i.i. When It lias attained Its dcrpcrt blai k tint the color is fully equal to the beat of Ar Hold's we bae v er u.td, while the flow 1 about the same, 11. 11. CLMFT15AD. IJ.i.k-kee;.er at Groti-buek Co' llimUing 11. v.- .i. (1. 1", .TACK.MN, Col. CI- lit. do. S. N. ltiiSS. In. 1'Ktl:, l.ji.ivttto Daiik. A. JM1..VKY NIt'lloL.', Dock -kci.tr, UhU Lifo In. .1 'J'ru I d. Dunk. S. J. CHAPMAN, ll-iok ke. ..r, J. A. Fraxer.. ROR'T T. II El LEY, Dook-koeper, U. t. Custom lloil.'C. JAM KS A. DEVOT. Clerk, V. g. C. House. WILDER. HYDE A ItOUlNSON. J. WILSON JOHNSON, Dook-keetKr, John W. . Kill A Co. R. M. BAUTLr.TT, Piluclpnl of Diullctf Com- luen lu! Collc-rc It. S. DACON, Principal of Paeon's Commercial College Tho student of tliccfl Iiurttullon prefer It to any Ink extant. febi'W-lf. EAGLE PRINTING INK WORKS. LAY & BROTHER, Manufacturer of bS KArtT C.I.L MUIAHTrtKKT, c M.ViS-ly LANE & BODLEY, Manufacturer and Dealer in WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, CliiclmuUly Ohio, CORNER JOHN A WATER STi. W00DW0RTH rLAXEH?, DANIEL N.AN er, Grey and Wood Planers, Chair Feat Plan ers, Tenoning Machines, Moulding Marhinra, power Mortifing Machine,-Hub Mortising Machines, Hub Uorlng and Hewing Machine. L'lsRchard'a Pa tent liundiug Machines, RUuchard'a Patent Fpoko Lathes. WHEKEL MACHINERY, Pmscr's Patent Single t-'chroll Faw. Dual! Scliroll Haw Maudrcia, Railway Cut oil Hawe, Turning Lathes, Rrnom Handlo Lathe, Hollow Mandrel, Chair Chuck?, Ac. Order rolicitcd. tfcbVi8 LANE A EODLEY. Li' l4..l;LüüJ Typo and Stereotype Foundry, Kol 1S8 Viae Br. fttwa rewrta and rifth, CINCINNATI, O. CF. O'DRISCOLL A CO., MANUFACTURERS ' and Dealer In News, Rook and Job Type, Printing Presses, Cases, tialley, etc Ink and Printing Material of every description Stereotyp ing of all kind, Rooks, Music, Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, Wood Engraving, etc., etc. Rrand and Pattern Letter, various styles. Eleetrotyplng In all Its branches. fibi'.'81y RA WE ON, WRIGHT, HATCH S: EDS ON, BANK-NOTE 13 IST G J i A. V 13 XI S AND Alo, Engraved la a style correcpoudln; in elegance with that or IJank-otos, Sailroab. Slate & Countjonis, Check. Dran. 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It contains slaty-four large octavo pagea in each number, beautifully printed oa toe white paper. Each year tnakea two volumes of nearly four hundred pagea each, and each volume coa tains a title page and Index. Tbe price Is 13,0 per aa bum, la advance. C. Moonr. No. 117 Walnul 5 tree t Clnrlnnall, O. STADLER, BROTHER &. CO. WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS, C Import- and leeler la Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods 2 PEARL OT., worth side, bet. Walnut aad Via and 73 West Third Hrrel Particular attention paid to order. MAS PTAPLEB, WIU.IAM tBAt B, ItOBABB W. AC I. MARTI! ST A Ml . feb6'8-3ia W. W. HAMER & CO. MASi-rACTvasa or PORTABLE GRINDING & ROLTJNT FLOUR MILLS, No. to Eaat Eighth t., bet. Bread way ll lycasaere. r.incuinnii, unio. Wo furnlh a coinpble Mill at tSM. Tbla cm. rices French Hurt, .10 In. he, IN IRON FRAME, Rolling Chest, two pair of eouveytr. to et ol l.leat-T, with belling and Hearing, alt ready I run. Reil three feet In diameter, and 11 fret long, and bilk Rolling Cloth, (!el Dutch Anchor Dread.) W guarantee thi Mill to turn out ßO ILAUUELS OF I'LOUH Hilt DAY! Wa build larg-lsed Flour Mill, also, Cora aad Feed Mill. Fmut Machines. Flour Ja ken, Ac., Ac. And furnUh to order And 21111 Cearbff of til Xindi. Th test Dutch Anchor Rrand Rolling Clotb, aad It Alt I n af i.t all site, at lowed Kiers. N. R. Circulars, giving particulars, sent apoa application, with tlemps enclosed. "I J 1 ir it' uivrn 1 r'rt I leLi 0 Jul v 4 " HENRY DAVID, xmrACTmn avd waotciALg aiALia t FANCY SOAPS, PERFUMERY, &C, tt levaath etreet, bet. Mala aad Walnut. All order rromrtly attended to and carefully ,acked. IfebiftHtf. JOS. COX &. WM. H. KERR,