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Mut; to I'uiicVs an evdHnie 1 1 ii I a nunilycr of i i M 4 r v. : ').: . if-ti, aiei it'iion t!,';:: v. ' I. : ihy. Q iiiitrill' j" .-:a Cov.kin IVairie, in -M ' r: i! 1 '-einty, Missouri. A I;';. i- !:-o.n I'ort S.-ott the? hth .-'i. - l'.. .: i vl t 1 l'orce burned C-.ti. M1. I ).t'.fr 9. Look - i :i vvhic it Brap; r:.: i:, c. ! ':' 1 1 )):;.'. u-! lloe: rin-, is IS . ; l: ! i.' . ih:;il Cuitnaooa, t'u"? ' . .t !v v:;'i)!i ro.nl, ::t l 1. t" n two i;;ib s in a direct Ii:?. M:- ":;:! v Kit! 'f, vhere tf:e r:-he". di i.;s an? d.ited, is u''tit , j '.( , : hi iher, a:'d three ii. ih - o.n ( h ;tt;tno'jj:i by roid, r.ni f.v inilr? iy air line. Look cut M'.;:;:ifa:u and Missionary lJiil.V : ri v ca it..-!e (.'.uttanooa, v. L:. !'. Y " : i.i !. v-iirionnrJ hy the ino i.it ;!fi i;i i i.'ei ; r-. tind 13ni; h'.-t a i i.s'ii r.iihoid c onununiei tici v. i'h Ho1.?, miles, ai.d At l.n.t i, 1,'Jj i. ll' ; di. t.int, whence h? tau I :i ; u; th. bciviest frc j' ti: cr;kt r.t 1 i'.h the points. TliC ilur.vju Sh."ll Works are sixty mile.- iiv.in C.i;itt.inooi. alio con nrcti.'d t!:t.vvii; bv railroad. m It 7:; Mis lint a f.re under cor.iuau l of ii a. Dana stationed at ? lf: i n.- n .'ii !, o:i the Mis-ds- .vip':, tw'i.'iV-live miles I -low Port Ilu went inp.ir.-i:it of a band cd lebv!.; i;:n! r (iea. L ) an, who hid Itci troubbo l '? lor some tiu.e pat. An advance detaL'h me;;t olT.v:; v's men were surround ed by a :;. vatlv sajierior body of t!ie c.ie.a-.', and alter a nil nt liht, the in! : v, ;-,(), in in.nher, were i'o:m; i 1 t ) s'l.-i v. Vr. O k- V.".i-!i::i;!'-.:i (ii.;t!i reports lint tit" t:rt--:: jitioiis tf t.if Court ol I:, j.iirv iu I'u eis' of General Mi!r-y 1 t.- th it olli -r of bl.ur.o i:i t!:? i-vi; n-i; i of V:.:i'-lietcr. A't'j I. we tl.. report tint a lie.ivy i!e C;i ' Ins w.i-h ?J .lUMy i:io.-t of tin r. !)'I o! struetiom in the lnr.?: -i.iJ ar.- ;.r.i:uiscl import i:it M.vc:nv.iti .i tlio part of General A cn nrv.is ion h.n l.cca appoint r 1 !jv ti.r'i-.il GuNr to examine i til- t!i? ow .e.-Iiip of property at ic'-!.;i .oiifiH'U.? that of reb-i-U in I p! i-'e I yal owners in pos-i-Ci.-ion oi what Lelci.js to them. . xiaids am i:t"..:oi:s or i:ins. Trom Knwille we hive ac coir:tf ofa :!i.rp liht brtween our ulv.ia.-e r.i.A the re:el.. It coin ii:tvicil in ir;:iihin which con-tim-.e.l v.f i . Iy ilivon siturdiy. In the tve.'iim: oe.r lorers untie a r".::-! dro;e t!:e rebels huk. Th" i: 1 : tr ::tim:ed all niht, j him know what is before him; let a:. ! th-. re: r 1 - evictnted their strong 1 him know how society stands re p. a in the looming, and were j kited to his purpose and work. If t il! : I u !- o:i iv. Our los in hüb :! ii.i I wo. i:i .led abo it 7."0, tint oi' the re'vN not known. Tin. rebtl lau i A'hrr.s and our advance h r.t .S .t . tv. u'er aiin. A r:id on :r ;vv! crry 11 lir.s. ar.d another by S;r;t r:i lino will? wete rumored, at.'', t iiil tr .""hie eiteir.cnt pre-vr-ited, but ii' verv serious appre be:: i m w;;? entertained. vno"i c: m:.:al ?n: aii.n ailma. A !!rvc;:;rnl having been nnde son e m ; rjn hv ivl,(.h .-it!, 1,'. ; . - . . ' nppirej.t i:it, :.ti:i ofilmkin- Jen, M :mc o i t!; right, both armies WtTt , i in mil au.I pretty heavv tMrnii-.iin-' t nla.-t- b.r tn, nVl'i"" JI" lt- thr e diy i. M a !e's nrmy is l!nal- T tll0se "s.v prosperous men of r re;. ! ..k u lie 'ljMo of the ! "ur country the student is a oor, !!:: 'i'i k." t!ie men in good ' shiftless creature; 4He will never , be worth a dollar !" The dollar is - '.''V: ' or,T;R!llll'ir taiitlanl of value, ami all 1 : c '"'i to rnve b-e;i the A - I ' I i: v r.I im-.l irti!brv and t said, ina see nd desp.iteh, to be il M 1 t.ieir canture. accounts ra.her v.i;:ue. It ii r:ic-.v:r?gi:!g that Vallr.ndig-l.ru's'o-r:! tt'.vn (-trnglv Copper-h-'.id) i:ic -'7" imijo'nty agains'. J.iii! til ?:i -"rrp S t!; tT.va. oipturin-ri vr.v ":"1 i-s extended with tbr rJl.-. a:; J t!: r.ionpv, but iTt jroa,.v ahl for the man who is 'sharp,' lifir.g the j he-?. The prosiuvt w.is ' ho is not serin. ulous as to the tiii: i.li.ctio.n. The lf tiori of Tursul.ty turne! ! t :i Ljrrat lnii nticrcs. In nl- inot every privitut in the States otitic on t f i n t I iy lare L'nion ;':iins wne 1 1 n I . U'e ive tlie retunw for eir mvn Cnnitv in another plaee. W'TV - itif.i' forv to Im.il eiti'.ens. I:i()!ii vrhrre tin? prent ont-t v.ms t hi' fought at t!i' jh 11 ?. arid to vy'ii-ii t'e' eyes of the v.lioIr nation an I of ..utoji. were turned and on the result of which so mneh seemed to depend, t!ie most glorious ietory fr t!io Clovemnient has !ecn attain ed. Km )ij'rh is already Known to make it s ue that Unmh is elected 1V at ! i-.t .")ü,oih, to say nothing about the o!diers vote, which, it is thought will swell t!ie majority to Io,oo0, Tli i has the rcat orfc of ptittm.ir lia.n and Vall.mdi haniNni are buried o.-tofsiht. Ami it was all peace fully done. The careful preparation of the authorities at the points most threatened with violence ensured uniet at the polls. We regard the entire result as one of our greatest victories. The soldiers' vote so far as ij heard from was almost entire- l.. r t-. i. i hu lMoiiLLii. I Though not looked to with quite the same anxiety, we are :hul to say that tin election in Pennsylvania has resulted favorably to the National cause. Ilnouh is known to render it pretty certain that Curtiu is re-elected by lare union pi ins. . sciriim a xii tiii; nti:di:nt. One may read much and not be a -Indent. Heading is with many people mere mental dissipation or idleness. Thev use it as a means to ciiahle. thorn to dipo.sc of their time uin- upnni. ufu.s ior niui uithont much i-llort. For such per- j " i"tin:dc companionship with sons rerulin-h:is no results. They "rc. He sees into the life nnd .1. nofthink while reading or after- moaning of thin-s. Diseouraffe- n ards ami, of course, do not acquire any mental jiossessions. Some road mneh leeause when they are alone witli themselves they feel thnt t'ney are in very poor company, pud they resort to books to escape from the unpleasant companion ship. Others skim daintily over the sur- face of manv books, that they may ! have the rei-ntation of bein- learn- I ed. Thev esteem knowledge as wo- j men value many articles of dress. It is to be worn where it can be seen; and is something external, having its chief use in intercourse with so cietv, and not at all in anv relation to the needs of the individual life. Jbit the student is one who is do voted to the pursuit of knowledge; one in whom the desire to know is a controlling iuil.u-nee aivl an nnfnil- in- inspirnfmn. The true student loves Kiiowlo.1-0 on account of its , ecnti:il excellence and heautv. He j perceives tlu.t truth is divine, and ! .Ml that is best and hi-hest in hisna- ture is fed and nourished bv it. ! i- ill . ....,.-.,m.i Knowleui;e becomes the lcautv ami j joy of his being; the very life of his Ufo. Tor one who is moved by this spir it.who has taken knowledge to be the object and the reward of his labor, the pursuit and ambitions of other men have little attraction. It is not for him to join the mad rush for the foremost plr.ee in the mob called So ciety ; or the reckless strudle for visible, immediate success in which every man strives to rise bv thrust ing down his fellow. To the stu dent money is not the chief good; it is of use only ns it may aid him in acquiring knowledge. Nor does the student covet fame. His life is perpetual self-renunciation. He has one hoe, one inspiration, and with singleness of purpose he strives for but one reward. If anv one will be a student, let he has not a love of knowledge which will be to him instead of all tilings that other men seek; let him not adventure upon the student's life of lonelv and unnoticed toil. The attitude of society in this part of the West in regard to the stu dent's work, and his estimate of things, is that ot positive and uni versal hostility. The seeker after knowledge need not hope for encour agement or help from any of the , ieatters oi soeieiv . ii ne wouiu Ie re- cognized ami encouraged, let him love inonev, let him live for it let tired bv it. means by which he attains sueeess ; ' i but the tu. b.nt ,...t silent work, because he is not sup posed to be able to contribute to the advancement of the designs or in terests of those around him. r.ut he qnietly delves on. He docs not feci the loneliness ; he becomes familiar with hardship nnd want. ! His greatest sutu ring is because he is often compelled to constant labor in uncongenial employments for the sake of a bare .subsistence; leaving hirn scant time and means for his chosen pursuit. IJut by and by men bein to re cognize him. Thev shrewdlv ob serve that his attainments will enable them to make ue of him. Thev have work for him, work for his brain, lint the work does not help much; docs not obtain for him the means for a still more per.erous and thorough culture. His "reinr ncration" is often less than is re ceived bv his brother toiler "vhoc work is solely of tlie arm and not of the mind, and which requires no thought or mental culture for its performance. All this lies before any one in this country who would be a student. Whatever sympathy he receives will come from those who, like himself, are struirlin with poverty and the limitations with which it surrounds :, . ., i ir r... un CiliKlivii. lie iiiii null iii- sons during his stay in this visible life who w ill know him for what he is, and who will be aware what man ner of man has passed from amon them when he dies. He will live and die unrecognized and alone: yet no true student ever regretted the choice by which he took the pursuit of knowledge to be at once the work and the reward of his whole lite As the venrs ro hv ho is slovlv i 1 II ! V". incnt is lelt lorever ijclnnd. 1 he painful sense ol solitude no longer haunts him. The reward of the pa tient seeker after knowledge is hrs ; and he begins to realize that he pos sesses incommunicable wealth, and that the real destitution is on the side of those w ho have despised his aims and his labors. Yet his attain- l ... .... l,. t. ,...: ,r.. '.... i.,. stimulate Inn. toinerease.l exertions, t t il A 1 1 . .! 1 t and make his thirst for knov.ldire ah i sorbin and inextinjrnishabk-. Ol'K CO IN TV FA III. Notwithstanding the unfavorable character of the attendinur ciicni:. stances, our Fair iromises lo turn out a reasonble success. The weath er thus far could not well be more favorable, and the people are show- i : . t .1 : : . 11 n:"nm;",lc u.-h-muwu h r-'lt 0O'1 '"? to" JTfther. We ha.l to close our notice at noon on Yesterday, in order to pet OIIr V ont tho-usual hour, and tli0 stwk al othpr th"l3 1'ition, were not nearly all in. In- deed, we had not time to tav much attention to the stock department, nor to do more than take a hasty ulance over the 'scene" in general. In the line of Horticulture, our friends, I)r. II. Packet t, Messrs. Stone A- Wright, and S. J Ludv A Co., all had what we looked upon as verv fair shows for the season. W. H. Doty was on hand with his case, not so well filled ns usual this sea son. How could it be? Mr. Davis, of this place, had a fine exhibition in the Saddle and Harness way. He is without competition. liickey, liaird & Co. had some line buggies and carriages on the ground, and some agricultural implements were scattered around. Our townsman, Mr. O. F. MeAd ams, had a very respectable collec tion of stoves and tinware, with his patent clothes wringer. The ladies should give attention to this last ar ticle in particular. The ladies have not entirely for- jrot to jrivc us some remembrance of their skill and industry in the way of blankets, quilts, itrc. The fine art department was not so well filled when we were on the ground. We were struck with the skill manifested in some specimens of shell, hull or burr ami moss work, by the younger Misses Ludv. Altogether we have no hesitation in expressing the belief that the Fair will pay. We regard it as a great thing for the people to come togeth er occasionally in a general and so cial way, where neither polities nor anv other one-sided and embitterini' tiling can enter the arena. More about the whole airair next week. The most successful State Fair, pecuniary and otherwise, ever held in Michigan closed last week. The entire receipts during the four divs exhibitition exceed ed $10,000. At Milwaukee, on Friday last, the largest amount of wheat ever bought or sold in one day in that city changed hands. 218,000 bush els were sold, at prices ranging from Si 05 to $1 10 per bushel The gate receipts at the Wayne County Fair amounted to $3.00. Boot and Shoe 1 WOI'bl) refwctfully announce lo the cit'zens of Winc!ctVr anJ vicinity, that I hare lately ojtr.rd cut a Xew Boot and Shoe Store, in the new builj'm, One Dr North of John Ross' (Inn-cry. Hast side Tublic S juire, where ill be found Cools and Shoes of evrry description, From 10 to 25 per cent cheaper, than cm be bought any place el?e. Alo, in connection with Hale Work, I iiituid Mariai fa c txixuiig- ALL KINDS OF WORK TO ORDER. Shop Maker's Findings of all kinds kept constant) on hand. A larjre Snjflv of SOLE LEATHER on hand at all times as cheap as the cheap- est HATS AND CAPS in endless variety, cheap for cah. (live me a call before purchasing else where. W D.CLARK. Winclitster, Oct. 15.13. 13 DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE. f "WILL offer at Tablic Sale at the Court i House door in the town of Winchester, .i i.l.i. !.. IttVi il i v fif Vn vim!it r m.xt. the I)F..SlliAIJLr: ,-0 acre FA KM of j Ia v'i Study deceased. Possession given im mediately. TERJIS OF PALE. One third of the purchase money to be p;ii J on d iy of sale, the remaining two third? to be paid in one and two years with inter est n deferred p-iyinf-nts, notes to he given waiving valuation ami appraisment laws. G KOK (IE W. MONKS, Adm'r with will annexed. Oct. Oth ItGri. 1" Liber College Snssion commences the 2nd Wednesday of September, . SF.rTKMUKK '.'TU,) I To continue fourteen weeks. . - - .. ... - - Tuition vt, SI V ... Continirent fee et Hoard per w eek . . , 1 ;,( i The patronage of the public i invited. KliLNLZCIl TrCKF.Il. I'rtsidctt. PALJ- DSESS GOODS, at tiii: TRADE PALACE. HUME, LORD i 10., SO ami Sff WEST WASHINGT0N-ST. Just Opctnd PLAIN KLAC'K SILKS, All wMtln ami juality. n.AiN roiiir de: son:, All ccilurs. 121111 PLAID SILKS, Kil l! PAXCY SILKS, plrm.id a-sortnn nt. Kill I t OLOKI.D MO I HI'S, Plain, Siricl nnd Figured. PLAIN SILKS AND SATINS, Ir Evening and Party Ditsscs. mK (.1U) (.'KAINV ki:it SILKS, Plain Talfcta, I'iuureil Delaiucs, Platin Trench Mcrinoes, French Itrpi?, All colors. i:.ipiti:ss cloths, OTTOMAN CLOT I IS, STKIPED MOHAIRS, PRATE DE I.ÜCCAS, PARIS ROYALS, ROIl ROY PLAIDS, 1.L.W.K HOMHAZIXES, MOP R.V 1 'C. GING 1 1 A MS, FRENCH CHINTZ, RICH FLAU) rOPLINS. FRENCH DIAGONALS, MERRIMACK PRINTS, SPRAGUE'S PRINTS, PACIFIC TRENTS, AMERICAN PRINTS, DUNN ELL'S PRINTS, MOURNING PRINTS, II ii me, liortl & Co. TRADE PALACE. IIccl niankets nnd Quilt Mii-lin And Shrt titii:', Napkiiis, Do'ilua, FLANNELS, All kirid.s atid colors, FRENCH CASS1MERES, Superb 6-1, Fancy Styles. CLOTHS AND CA SSI M KICKS Fur men and Boys. IIOSIE RY End 1 isä v ari tty GLOVES Full Ime. E.MHJtOIDEIMI S, IlMlniornl Skirts, NEW GOODS RECEIVED DAILY, HUME, LORD & CO., CLOAKS AND SHAWLS A T HUME, LORD & CO'S. xiiw styles: French Sipr Shawls, Striped Paisley Shawlf, Thibet Shawls, Iiroche I .ordered Shawls, Travelling Shawls, for Ladies and GentUmtn Traveling Cloaks, ColM Cioth Cloak?, Jilack Cloth CJoak, baoiues, and rIrrI UK . , , CIKCI LAIIN, in great rariety, of all the latest and mo5t approved style. . Carment. made to orjcr in any style at short notice. IK A UJbJ PALACE. West Washington Street, Indianapolis. Sept. 2?, 13 STOVES. I .-. . i i . .t... - i iM 7 ,;T'l lit -r? lr j.rirr at 'S'fS MrAHAM'S STOTK vi TOKK. Vtet A ?t I iil.li" 'juaro, oif- f wtt ii ivxt-or.ee, ; V la r LI. A N II St t. Sj t. is, 1-03. Agents Wanted to o kt srr.sci:ir.:i:s TO THE GENESEE FARMER THE "Oldest Agricultural Paper in Amtr- ica. VCOPV of the Paper, Subscription List and Showbill sent free, post pai l by etum mail. Now i the time to commence. return mail. Now the time to commence. a3 the rem iin be r?ent free t for next year , . . . 'II as tne remuninp numbtrs. ot this yf ,,l be sent free to all who subscribe at thi.i time , i AJdri-M J03i:riIHARRISv E1. (Jen. Farmer, Rochester, N. Y. .MIXLIXEliY AND M ANTUAM AKING. OK f S.-j t. Is, 1-03. J rUII. Uinlersinei! respectfully inform ,ut a tirnelv application of this Liniment J the Ladies of Winchester and vicinity; ncvtr lo cure tth it thev have commenced the .Millinery j c. . a .i,,,;,,, nnil and drt-s Making bus.nes, in .!. II. JohiiMinN Ilaildinff, j on U ahington Mrect. j H iving' b id H ver.d ycirs experience they J ll Itter themselves thev will lie aole to give t-ati-i.irtion to the most fastidious. Tlicy have a good assortment of BONNETS AND HATS, and will keep for sale, -p,, .... . y-, j I'lOWrrs, KlhbOn.', rilllllP?, anU Dn, -.Ii., its 1 nmmiii-s generally. Xew Work, of the heft Material and latent Stvl.. :it r.son ihle nri.-e. , . . . ... ... . , r.. altera, ed, pressed and tniumed ti . ... ..l-.. 1 I !,,.l, 1 colored, bleach- , to order for' I-i iics are invito! to .m iminc flii-ti--.lv. In i.i n rill re ;i i I ii - MTILDA SIMON. .l. .MIA i.U'siior.u.r.u. October. 1 Mil. 1. CriIi for .si raw. A WILL iv tli. liilift price in eadi lor ri)d Ryo traw, to stulV Itorse collars. Il you V:t 1 Hood Collar, oil at niv M-intifattory at Farmland, and you will l.c ti! plirtl. Djn't for'f( t li"t I tr.tr,' Sfnttr. JOHN SCllEIRLER. I-V-iiiland, Oct. 1st. 1MI3. I.'I AVERDEN & CO., Dealers and JoM-it-. in HOOKS & STATIONERY, Pl.'ilojrrai'h? and PIIOTOCHAPH ALBUMS; I nret Stock of MEDICAL BOOKS, la titis State ; also, WALL AND WINDOW PAPER, Gilt Window Shades, CURTAIN GOODS & WINDOW JTIXTUJlJRfiS. VH. 2, OPPOSITE GLENN S SLOCK, Indianapolis, Indiana. All orders promptly filled, Cah and Trade for Rars. 1 1 Si. iV II. T. A.THO.Y, M.iuuiacturcrs of Photographic Material. 501 IIKOADWAY, N. Y. CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Our Catalogue now embraces consider bly over Four Thousand different sub jects (to which additions arc continual I v beiug made) of Portraits of Einintnt Americans, etc., viz: 72 M ijor-Generals, 1!H) Brig.-Gencrals, -2.VJ Colonels, bi Lieut.-Coionels, 2H? Other Oflicers, -' Statesmen, 127 Divines, 1 10 Authors, Artists, 112 Stage, !" Prm"nt Women ft) Navy Officers, 11" Prominent I'orciiru Portrait, 2,500 ( opiLs or ho 11 ks or akt, Including reproductions of the most cele brated Engravings, Paintings, Statut j, is. Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. An order for One Dozen PICTL'KES tioni our Catalogue will be filled on receipt of fcl.SO, and seut by miil free, l'HOTOIiKAPlllC ALBUMS. Of these we manufacture a great variety, rim-ing in price from 50 cents to $30 each. Our ALP.U.MS have the reputation of J being superior in beautr at d durability to any others. The maller kinds can be sent safely by mail at a postage of six cents per oz. The more expensive can be sent by ex press. We also keep a large assortment of Sterescopes AND O 1 fc It E S t () V I C VIEWS. Our Catalogue of these will be sent to any address on receipt of stamp. r i- ir t .vti-ow i r-,.,f . , r.. !. 31anufacturers of Photographie Materials. 1 501 BROADWAY. NEW YORK, ! Frnds r relatives of prominent military j r?tn ill conftr a favor by fending us their KSf " '"fl. SS-, ii?:. be " fully and returned uninjured l ine Album Made to Order for Congregation.-, to present to their Pastor, or for -thir purposes itl- suitable criptions if DR. SWEET'S Infallible Liniment, Tin: Great External Remedy. FOR miKlTMATISM. ('.OUT. xr.t'UAL C.tA, I.t'MHAF.O. STIFF NF.CK AND JOINTS. STKA1NS, HRI ISF.S, Ct'TS ANI WOUNDS. P I 1. F. S. HF.AD AUHK. AND Aid. UHKl'MATIC AND NF.IiVOUS DlSOliDl.HS. Foi all of which it i a stiv an.l crrt.iit rcmetlv, an l tifMt WN. Thn Imin:eit m j.rpr'l trom the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet f Cnne( t ieut, thr famon lione set ter, an 1 ha been ne.l in hi ractice for more tl-i twenty j ear? itlr. ll most aj tor.thiiiir ucces. AS AN ALl.r.VIATOIi OF PAIN, it i unr'v dle! bv anv j-renaration before the public, of which the mo. t skeptical may be convince! by single trial. Thi Liniment will cur rn:illv an. I r:-li- callv. RHFUMATIC DiSOKDKIIS of eve ry kii-.'I, anl in thou-?ainU of cae w lit re it his been used it haj neycr been known to fail. FOR NF.UKALGIA, it will aflo;.l imme liate relief in ererv c;se, however distress- iP!T. It will relieye the wort case of HCAD- ACHE in thiee minutes and is warranted to do it. TOOTHACHE al?o will it cure instantly. Tor nervous 1 lilit v ainl general I.aituI p nrisin; front imprudence or ex cess, thi Liniment is i nnst happy an.t un- -'"'-, IUI.- 11 II ' II II H I- lll"'.-l .... failing mnedv. Actin- directlvupon th , it 5treiithcii8 and revivitie " e er the system, and restores it to elasticity and vior. I'or Ii?r, As an external remedy, we claim that it is the best known, and we challenge the world to produce n equal. Every victim of this distressing complaint should pive it a trial, for it will not fail to allord immediate relief, nnd in a majority of cases will eilect a radical cure. ()iiin and Sore Throat arc some- tim s extreiaelv rr.ali.nant aa l d uur ro'is. eiii:ir'remi:t of the joint? i- li th'e to occur if neglected. The erst can may be on- ejuered bv this Iniment in two or three ,j.,V;1 ijriI jsc, Cut-, AVotMid-.Sorr-. I'lrrrs, Hnriis and Scald-, vieid reidily t t'i wonderful healing propi rti sof ln. Swkm 's Infam. ini.i: Liniment when ii-ud accordin.ir to directions. Also, ( hilt'loii:-, 1'io-tetl Foot, In-ect IJitt and Stin-:-. EVKRY IIOKSE OWNER i ii i ii... .. i,...i f.if i s 1 1 o u ' 1 naie linn iriut'n v nni-i, tinu.v .,t ,l,e irt appearance of Lame- ness will flVctu illv prt vnit those formida- b!t. to which all horses are liaidr, un-1 loch render fo mu.y otherwise valua- b!e horse-? nearly woniiu ss. . r i i i i V. ... . r .i t( thv w(llll, rhll t.1)r ,tue prop.-rtjes of I.m Over lour nunon i voluntary ouim L.mmn.t have been received w Uhin the 1 it tw..y.-;.r-, and many ".f,.,Jcm lrum 'ruU in the hi-hest ranks ot.fe. l;:t!U0II. To i.ii-trt-Mti'. oli-t rvp the Siblin - ttiro and T.il.rtio. f I).-. Sw. t 'n ov ry 1 1- l I. ami :! Sterd.fM S '.-' Jnfa Hilde I.iiiim'iit Imo-.mi in tl.t 'I.is ot citli lot - t!o, witli' Mt wliich t;nn' :m ctmiiic. H ICHAltDS. tS t'O , S.!v Proprietors, Nor ich. Ct. For Sale v :i . in! rs. I My. i deceased, lat of lxMti.!..pli Comitv. Said ELIZABETH SANDERS, WILLIAM SANDERS. Sent, lt'i, ! Aiftuht'rs. A FEW REASONS WHY THE AMEBICAN WATC.1! IS THE BEST. It is made on the liest principle, while the lorei-n watch b generally made on no prin- cinle at all. j.ri ii;- iook ni i im com r;.."i . ii'v ior in. , , , r ' v. :it. !i is ia istlv ni olo bv women and b vs, hy hand. U hilt-their lain.r is thean, their , . . work is dear a any price. M;ch watehes are L t us- look nt the contrast. T'.'e for made without plan, and sold without guar- where they have been ruised and adapted to autre. They are irregular in construcllno, your on r.il nnd eliniate ; and of one Im and ijuitc as irregular in movement. Thev tl"",,,.T rtmitU Ihc principle of . , ,, , , , ''rowing sound, hcalthv, "straight 1 rees, and are designed only to sell, and the buyer is ..h() t..rlis out )f) . tieglected or the pirty tn ).t tlioroughly sold. Those who faulty stock; such Trees or Virus being nl havc kept "ancres," "lej ines" and "Swiss w a ys'iin-nXN factory to the propagator and of I ,, c t c t- hh'Tt and stunted life. lever in professed lepur for a few vtars ' . . , . . , fl 1 h ii bo wise m time, and instead o: bur- will appreciate the truth of our statement. ! j,,,. 0f the r i. a n oi- tiii: a m E iticA x j TRANSIENT CANVASSERS, A A 1 CIL j Who bnr cheap, neglected nnd refused etock Instead of being mad of several hundred of Easttrn nurseries, buy near home, little pieces, screwed together, the body of Many Trees of this kind, with short stub- ,i ... i. :. i r c.V- ji. bv root, often half dead nt d livt rv, are the American V atch is lonned of SOi.ID -,, I.. . . ,. e . . sold :is HesNrn raised Irtes. M rr of I LA 1 2so j-ir interferes with the liar- these peramhu! ating fellows !o not know mony of its working, and no sudden shock w hat sort of Trees will be delivered, and can throw its machinery out of gear. Se- very few care. Their olyect is to tell you, c . c ' . , which you are verv likely to find they have cession ol one part from another is unknown ,i ., n'f . ,i. i -. . 1 done before vou are through, if vou listen to to its constitution, and in riding or any busi. their long strings of stuir, and are prtveut iness pursuit, it is all held together as firm-. t'J from comiug where they can buy lyas a single piece of metal. It is just what all machinery should be- l t. ACCCKATE- 2d. SIMTLE. 3J. STKOXG. Ith. ECONOMICAL. v e not only secure LHLAI N LS br our 7 r system, but QUALIl . We do not pre - tend that our Watch ca.i be bought for les money th in the foreign mae ldutc but . c it-.- ii r , . tiilf lor it roil v ilna if ia c.l.l r.. ., -. 1. .If ,. wiic-iian the price OC.'i SOLDIER'S Watch (named Wm. F'brr vL-hnt r,,..-, :-,,i:... c.i: i , , , ...... " 'icf all kinds, for the pleasure and profit of Substantial, and always Keliable warranted eating and selling the best .juality of fruits tt) stand any amount of Mirehin'- Hiding or ' of all kind the or Im to Tpfip rnniHl. nnd r.ure i.: -t -. ITY OE WATCH hianud P. S. Ilartktt) is! similar in size and general appearance, but has more jewels, and a more elaborate finish OUR LADIES' WATCH, recently brought out, is put up in a great variety of pattern, many of them of rare beauty and workmanship, is quite small, but warranted to keep time. OUR YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S WATCH is neat, not large and juit the thing for the pocket of Young America. THE PROOF of the merits of our watch may be found in the fact that we now employ over five hundred vorkmen in our factories', au I that we are still unable to eupply the constantly increasing demand. oca THREE QUARTER PLATE WATCH is thinner and and lighter than the others that we have described. Its fine chronometer balance is delicately adjusted to correct the variation caused by changes of tempera ture. These Watches are chronomttrically rated, and are the fruits of the latest exper iments in chronometry and are made by our workmen, in a separate department of our factory. For the finest time-keeping qualities they challenge comparison with the best works of the most famous English and Swiss makers. ROnr.INS & A PPL ETON, Agents for the American Watch Compa ny, 182 Broadway New York, ctvow 1m AiiuTk-aii Tea Company, 51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK; Since its organization, Ls created a new era in the history of "Wholesaling Teas IN THIS COr.NTHY. Ihv have introduced tluir felections of And are lirn them at not over Two Cents (.02 Cents) pr pound A!rr nf, ncrr deviating yVv '" OXK PRICK ASKED. Ar.otltfT peculiarity of the Company is that their Tea Taster, not only devote hi time to the selection of their" TEAS a lo quality, value, and particular ftylen for par ticular localities of country, hut he htlpt the Tr.s huyrr to cIuoff out of tfuir tnnrmnut $tork tin eh Tes an are heft adapted to Ai articular trint, and not only this, but .- I. mw JL.4 - arrtJO) t n t jU ill 9 'Jut iv ' - vro& vwrav. ft is e.isy to see the incalculable adrmt' ar;t Tk l.tvsa has in tliia establishment crrr all vtHert. If he is no jutlje of Trn, or the .tlnrkrt, if bis time is valuable, he has all the bene fit tt a well orjjanize! y?t.m of doing tusi nes?, of an immrnte eaj i".fl,of ihe jnapnent of a prrfrtit,ai Tvn Ta-lrr, and tRe knoH lede of superior salnmcn. This enables all Tr buyers no matter if they are thousands of miles from thi mirktt" to purchase on as good ttrms here as the New York merchants. Parties can order Teas and will b served bv us u-oll as Ihoush thrr cmnc tiu inselvr. Initio sarc to jrefc orisinal jju-lüt true weights and tares; nd the Tea- are Warranted as rtprtsentcd. We is--ue a Fiire List of th Company's Teas, which a ill be stut to-all who order U; C M TR ISING. I-Iyson, Young Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder, Twankay arid Skin. Oolong, Souchong, Orange and Hyson Pekoe. .Im;:iii 'r:i of every description, color- ril niii! lüienlored. , U I..... .... - ' MM . ,. , , .tJ ne TV. ...!.! 5n. ' I ill O I.-1 rt it Mini oi t ... un iuru in- , ( j.-,,, ;, ... 11;llnf.,v . CAKC.O, kick ; ;(;( KNl FNJ.:sTf t.vrT 0,e , ,n , v .n.d, r.ta-.d from J,,criPtion i.'d th j .- .U(I .,xn, llnt t!l. Company ate delt r- i:iin-d U uinleirll the whole TFA , tra!e. W'v guarantee to Kell ALL OUR TEAS . ..1. - r- ." ri. -m i v , at nr or, r I Kt (.us ten p r J pou:ul oUre cost, lelit-vinir this to be httrnct- j iv lo tin in my wlio have heretofore bicn p;n in? l.noi iihmi Profits. GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, i .tiro KT i:ks AND JOIim'KS,. I7o. 51 Vcscy Street, HALLOO!! j rjlllE pMilc are Ixinnin nt Icnptli io 1 ..I ..!... .1.1.. i j J learn in u in v can oi:v me ur.i .on cheapest Fruit and Ornamental Tree a T i . Af t lG U 111011 UlLV N UrSGrV. o o I Sit mind one and n fourth miles , r, ; ,S mui-iv si nf J fr;, on the tuvlir . , . , . . -y t 1 , , . T h n tt; w ise, ye r arniers and r ruit Grow- , M(, ,,,. vonr Tm,s HlJ Crire Vines APPIK Sr IMMTIl TUFIN . , . ... , me uesi ipuaiiiy ior cenis a piece, other things in proportion, utd Urge lots for less. The Proprietor started in this bu"incsi four years ago, with the determination of i i ,, Plant-., and ines, for health, beautr and j choice kinds of Emits and good bearers, ' cannot be surpassed, If equalled, by any oth- ' tr COIlCCrn in llie whoIe country. HehaJ spared no labor or expense to have the best . '. . . . . kimJs the whole country affords. Thn be w ie in time, b fore it is too late. and increase the value of your homes by ! punting largely ol the best 1 rees and Iruit : r,,.- .1. . . :.. , XL J1!?" Ju in old . wo . . . . , health and strength, in their places. Detter buy your Trees in the Fall, when the roads are good aud you can get your pick and choice of fresh dug Trees, with plenty of roots, and from A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of all kind. This is best, though you oaay not plant till Spring. Here you w ill find large lots of the finest APPLE, PEACH, DWARF PEAR, CHERRY, APRICOT TREES, GRAPE VINES, Of all the bet and hardy kind?, ai well s ORNAMENTAL TREES, Shrubs, Plants and Perjxlttol Roses. In short, every thing kept in a well ar ranged Nursery. Persons buying of me or my Agents, will be FURNISHED WITH A PAMPHLET containing plain instructions ou the subject of Plantintr and Fruit CJrowin? generally, and especially of the Peach, Plum and Dwarf Trees generally. This will he of great advantage to beginners. Orders by miil solicited and promptlT filled with the best stock on hand at the time. When the cash is forwarded with the order, the trees will be well packed, and furnished atanj of the Union City Depots, FREE OF CHARGE. Customers cared for free. Agent wanted at all times to solicit orders for trees, 4c Address, GEORGE GEBHART. Union City, lianhlph Ca., Indiana. Sept. 11, ItOZ 10