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HOAJZ DEPARTMENT. c;i: n: crirri:::. f 1 ? ra ff! V'P iho min:)?r of c'ipc cult :re, vv .ur. t r LL ! Je:r. oj Oi:i : j Mr. (iliddi It U Li- vkvm qro'v n:.d mik?u!l the wo id In: cm co in ! t!ic;n to rjius t! ,, t ' i . i t , ' a 1 4 i ij -. 1 i l 1 them to:. re fruit feed-i them ever dnv d'.vin:; the ? 'ou. Um groan I m I ciav -oil, o: i the Ohio river hV.to::i. 1. !! ir. i'xes It a.- rich as possi ble with t t'd? mviur, to t f ;e depth ot 15 to 13 in h n.ix.n ' i a lime to a con'id ?:!!? rrn:it:?y, and .-an I enou!i to in ihc .-ou.vj, a!Vr it id prepuel. I i tt and p )tous. WiJ ro jril give to the loot ahno.-t Ii!; a spo.ie. 2.' lie dip a trenrh 3V foetdr.-p. P5 fett wide, throwing the prepared earth on the o!her, arid rti in the trench th poN for an arbor. In the buttsm of lh? trench he pUcc? bones from the shuV.er hou-e, to the depth of 5 or G inchf, upon the bone.- he pick solid about 13 to 20 inches of stable manure, upon the top of which he puts the pit pued earth, taken from tht torr of the trench in diin, and the cliy from the boiton is spread over the sur fjee of the gnrnd. 3. lie set? his plaat. After that, he never dii the round, but ap plies all "feed" in a top dre.in. 4. I.i the case of !)eiring vines, every diy when it dons not rain, Ihn wt: Ie 5nvfaee of the ground is freely sprinkled with water, from th? time thr fratw arc formed until ripe. All lh? summer, all Ins vine? are fed with lime water, about two. third 4 of a bu:kcful of lime toG'l'iUoio of water, and all the soap u and dish water lrom the kitchen, is fed to lh? ines. The heavy binhcs are tied up with twin; to support them. 5. He iisjM baU the bearing branches, fjoin over the vine- about throe tiai, to c-quealize their growth, l?f3 them grow no lonr than 8 or 10 inihci1, and keop-; tliem there. G. AfhT bfirin. at. the proper tea-on, hrt cuts offa'f the bearing branrhes :uOf)th to t!.e vine; the nxt ei-o:i, the brtirin branches aiin sh ot o it at th? s:ne pla.e. He then ive.s th? wholu surf ice of p;rt'.iiul a c(itin of manure and snvdo t oa the top of that. 7. The potts of this (three or four inches square, pair. ted) are set about sven feet apart, the eon ter of the trenches beini about the fame distance between; posts about seven feet hiyh. Iron, rods, round, one-fourth ot an inch in diameter, run through the po.-t?', and aloncr the top ot the arbor. The vines run across the arbor on the top, about six or sven invhes apart. In Leiri n.:, th? Idu- sky overhead is eircfly to !rtcrn from the bunches of Muo grape. As the sun sets and shines in on the sides of the arbor, mist can bo seen falling from the vins almost like rain. f. ft'o mother ever nursed her child with more unweiryini and fender cir tlnn docs Mr. Glidden b'n grip.. Hut they repay all time, all earn bestowed. i. Mr. CJliddcn's grapes never blight or rot; never fail! CincLi- vaU (r'dzcttc. Tin: ctu:i:iu i i. voter. The comfort and happiness of home and home intercourse, let me here say, depend very much on the kindlv and aflectionate training of hp, voire. Trouble, care and vexa tioii will and must, of course, come; but let them not creep into our voices. Let only cur kindly and happier feelings be vocal in our homes. Let them b so if for no other reason than for the little chil dren's sake. These sensitive little beings arc exceedingly susceptible to the tones. Let us have consider ation for them. They hear so much that we have forgotten to hear. For n wo advance in veas onr life becomes more anterior. We are abstrarteJ from outwird scenes and founds. We think, we rellect, we begin gradually to deal with the past as we have formerly vividly lived in the p.rcsent. Our ear grow daf to external found; it is turned inward, and listens chielly to the echoes of pist voice. We'sighed, and exclaimed, "Why is catcli no more the merry laughter of tbildren. We bear nrTmore the not ol the mornin liird. The brook tint used to prattle so gailv to u, rushes by unheeded; we have forgotten to bear such things. Hut little children remember, sensitive ly bear them all. Mark how, at every sound, the young child starts, and turns, and listens! And thin, with equil sensitiveness, docs it catch the tones of human voices. Mow were it possible that the sharp and hartv word, the fretful and comp! liuinj tone, should not startle; Ihe past wholly from memory. It. n:.l p;in, even depress tlie sensitive i however, the name ot Clod were little lem whose harp of life isbreiiheil in the fiintest ajcents jo newly' and delicately strung. over the sparkling cup, its power of viuraun- rven to ine genue orcezp, icn vanine i lorcver. v line, and thrilling sensitively ever to the .therefore, one of the fairy bind tones of such voices as swepj lieu in quest of the m iejiü draulit, across it? Let ua te kind anil' chcerlul spoken, then, in our homes, (Ur a Mm'.h. In the heirt.Iics real .ttuly, and within tli.it narrow orbit the mirror of enchmted thought relicts the whole circumference of earth. mvic i.irrLi: i:ed.s. . Littfc Bes.-ie hid ot a present of a new book, and -he ejcrly opened it to lookrU the first picture. It war? the picture of u boy sitting h the ide of a trenn, and throw inz seeds into the water. 41 wonder what this picture is about' .aid she; "why does the j Loy tnrmv seed into the water?" 40! I kr.otvy' t-aid her brother ; Edward, who bad been looking at; th book; "he is sowing the seeds 01 wuer.-uiiei. -Ijut how Finaji tue ?c d look.' i said lie-e. "It seems strange i . t i . i ii . j that suvn large plants snouia grow ; j from such little things." tkVou are jjt sowing such seeds everyday, Leie, and they will come no laru'e, strong r!aiU af'.er a wliile,'' .aid her lather. .. uO no, father; 1 have not planted any seeds for a lorig while'" . ' k have seen my daughter sor a number of seed-i to-day." - D'-ssie locked puzzled, and her lather smiled, an 1 said, "Us I lijtlon Jv irnal. j in a very tew days, and ne is pre ll ive watched yet planting flowers -. j pared to pay down $15.000 t and seeds and weeds to-day' TilL FA.MILV ciucm:. jtliem, and $10,000 to the oth.-r ' Now I know you ire joking. What a simple, beautiful, power-: two, whose term of service will for I would not nhnt u dy weeds." fid institution it is! The nurserv ! expire the coming fall. "I tdiall tell you whit I mem. When you laid aside tint interest- in:' book, and attended to what our tno'.her wanted done, voii inlluer.ee it brings to bear upon the vere ovin" seed of kii-dness "and development of our best capabil-! m-P AVl.Pri vmi brnkn th disli'ities! Take, for examnle. the rela I your' w that you knew your mother valued, and caaie instantly and told her, vou were Fowin-" seeds of truth, Whftn x-.n nnh t!i-v enn nf rohl writer to :he nooi- woman at the ,Tifn mo iv r cnwinTf'h sed oPmon'ttor. sometimes as a nlavip.ate. .. Ti.nn o .- ..II l,rTTihil Mirn , 1 hi rc n; tilt k,v.,iuniui , iTn-re To;I P.it 1 hnrf iti v little -irl his been planting the great tree of Move to God and itely adapted to quicken in young that she will tend and watch it, ! souls the innate germs ot that mor till its branches wacli the skiej, and al and spiritual life which is des- mrt heföre his tlirone." "And the weeds, fUher?' 44When yon were impatient with baby, vou sowed tho seeds ol ill temper. When you spoke cro-dy to Robert, yon idx-itcd angu When you waited some time alter Vour mother calkd vou, you sowed disobedience and .selfishness. These are all no.xious weeds. Pall them up. Do not let iliem grow in your g irden." Chi'JrciCs l"ri,n:l. IlOM.Yiii r,. A FAiaV TALK FUß tnir.n :t EN. Somowhere in ihesouih ot H.ig hnd there wa ouc a line piece of woodland. Tall elm-?, gr at oiks, and silver)'-!) irked beeches grew closely, yet not-so ' much so hut tint the Mm-b?a;ns shot down be tween their branches to the earth and kissed iato growth the seeds hidden in tin; brown moll. The ground, too, was broken and uneven. Here it rose into mossy hillocks crowned with hoilv and hiwtirirn, and garlanded vvitli tho purniih leaves and lilif blo?so...s of the ground-ivy. Tliere it s.nk into dells yellow with primroses, pink with wild flower-, and perfu iicd with' the liny woo lroM. Agiiu ii opened into gl ides green with short, thick turf, and set with the broid leaves and while b?lU of the vallev lily. Hippy animal life briyhteued the pleasant spot. The nut seeking squirrel leaped and cluttered, tlie timid rabbit hid himself in the w.tv ing fern, the pigeon coccd, and the nightingale sung. There alsocam the lairies to dance on the tic wv sward. Upon the border of this woo 1 dwelt a little child, who va called Honey bei, oa account of her loving ways. There was nothing th.U bli liked so much as to hunt tor acorn, and gather hyacinths and curiou orchises. One day she fell asleep under n group of elders,' which grew on the edge of a glancing rill. Their spreading bloom arched her with its snow, and their scent, m which lies a iry spi ll, de-epened her slumber. The sun went down The twilight followed. Then t lie 7 stars came out silently, one by one. All was still, when a troop of fur. ies went laughinj by, and stumbled against the dreamer with a torch like that of a rose leaf. Thev screamed with fear, but at the mo ment the mooa came Irom behind a cloud, and showed them the closed eyes, the smiling lips, and the locked lingers still-grasping a trea sure of crimson hud.. Tn Queen she iit ol u: het us tike her to the Fortunate bhn lvwhieh know neither cold or tempest. Ve will do so," answered her husband. 4We will do so," echoed her lit tle court. ' There was but one way in which they could accomplish this purpose, and that was . by means of a charmed liquid, which they kept carefullv iu their home amidst the sa. It was called the water of:().ie of his eomnanions stiTrrecfe(l Oblivion, and as::: 'le drop wished the rtst sought to m.iko Hone) bei; upon bU breat, and he . bor: forget her evening pr.iyer. jinotionless nnd rigid. Hiy e Thpy tr.uuporud her to the Rivj pmior. ru-hed to him and fo . .s, ft . .4 i palicej tilled with light and tnuic Lovely forms danced around her, and she listened to pretty tile?, or learned liiry game?, or pined with the tlashinr; genu 'which were showered upon her In dazzling" Passion. Pa??sior swcep3 o'er number. So the midnight came, the .oul like a citarict for its fury; the moment of fairy influence, and like , a poisonous snake for the en the rnr5?ner returned from her ' vennmed lava its surzins emit; rapid flight, oilered her the diamond and like a basilisk for the sparks goblet which contained her ? late, its lightning-like glances fend foth; U earyttliirstv,(i!iu bewildered with th pleasures of the. hour, h lifted ( frame, cauin a week, trembling it to drink, thn suddenly replacing, Ute. of the nerves shadowed forth it, she clispet! her hind, md whi-jin tin; mchncholv morbidness that uered, tl thank tiiee, lather!" ! With the word, a sorrowful wail , wer.t with a sobbing sound through ! me gnuering nan; anu jeweiea pu-; .ar, and jfhininj dome, and merry ilmcers pissed irom her sigtit, and : neti old sue wa3 sate beneath elders in the gleam of the watc , i I, . , . . . . the! stars! O - Dear children, when the fairv, Te:nnationt comes to you with 1 winning smiles and so indingprom is?s, send your thought upward to 1 hsiven;" and the Father who nev-! er forgets for-a inom;?nt even thc.f-vou'd humblest of his creatures will guide and guard you to the end. and preparatory school ot the ail'ections and moral sentiments of our nature what an incalculable tion of children to parents; submis- j sion to ri-ht authority; trust in al higher wisdom and a stronger power thin their I) Will lo ve ans wf riii" to: love, meeting it sometimes as a ! nnd n nroni'i o'i-il v brcomin ' nssi m-' j - - 1 1 .ited to it: is it oossihle to con teive an atmosphere mr.ro exquis-1 Ii i.n.l lind .1. Itlvl.-..f I ri lUKU io lulu us iHLiiit ji. uii n i hi ,. ,. , Ä , .. r t, V ,. (..'k 1 i y.?iii r r ar r l ill.. llhAi.. IIIC U15L,:VJ3UIC 1 1 Ik Wl lilt" IJUH 1 I hood ot (Jod? We oiten speak o! the sanctities of home. Literallv, mf as well as figuratively, our clunc terizition ot it is frue: for it is there th t those allections are first elicited, exerci-ed, and expanded, which in due tim, and unless perverted by evil, will be filled with ihe lullaess that Hows from the Uncreated Source, and that will constitute our sublimer liie when tha present initiatory one has passed oway. The family circle is a scenic repre sentation to vounir hearts of that higher world or relationship wh're- in humanity is to reach its perfec tion; and t:.e unquestioning ohe diearo we yield to earthly pirents, our i-i.pÜeit trust in them, out un-re-erved love of them, are in their list exercise, just t!nse suscepti in It ties ot our niture. which, in th?ir last will tir.ite u? for over witli th ' Parent Divine" Our training for immortality begin? with our lir.t recognition of the right to com mand which th tone's of fathers voice express, with tlie first apj)ic idition ol tin- love whi- h plays in a mother's senile. T;ue, vve may frustrate but too efiettuilly thest umphvt preparations for what we -hould be beicaftei; but it is not the less true that it is in the family finde that we acquire those prima ry sentiments whu It t onstilute the very substratum of subjective reli ct on. U a ls am or Wi:dlo:;:c. The Arabs possess a wise pract'ee in p.'ofding 'for divorce. When married people eek n separation, the, Cidi onlers ttiem to live for onie time with a discreet and ntif?-' tere man of the frihe, that the lit ter may examine their live?, and e on whieh side the bhme lies. The elderly man makes a report at the expirition of the appointed ime, and tbi report is th" fnundi tioa on which the Cadi bmlds his judgTient of divorce- Experience his demonstrated that there is no better metho l of restoring peace in families. Th hnband and wife, put th'H upon thir goad behavior, resume th manners of court diys. Eieh strives to b? mre amiable than the oth0-, to convince the "eld er of Israel" that it is not this one's fault if the honevmoo'i changed its cpi irter. Old jove is awaken I, and tho pair tint went t the ap proved nnn tent snarling like eat and dag, return home cooing like doves. 'Koi?t notthyselt ol to morrow.1 "There is but a step between me and deith.'' A singulirly impres sive enforcement of thse Scrip tures is reported as having occurred a few days since near Titusville, Penn.- A voung "maii who had recently come to that region was pissing the evening with hid asso ciates, and in the course of conver sation remarked that when be was forty be would be worth a fortune. that he miirht not Ii lon r. , le answered that thov were "not 'ready lor him down there et,v j pointing" downward. "Some" one ;iSKin- him for his 'favorite son-, h leplied with ' I've Come to Die, .Mother," Scarcely had he repeu cd the sentence ' when. his be3d fell became corn- found that be was dead. Kdccation begins the gentle ni.iti, but reading, fcood compmy, and rellection must finish him. yet it Irs its revenue on the hitman usuallv follows such outbursts: and in conscience's reminder of the re-' cording angel's mission, which! naunu trie unlortuuate ore long, J lon alter its degrading: indubence,! till, repentance ensuinir. a toar blofs ! from the recording book all sign ot ' . ,4W -V---..I Ulltti" The Hartford Post savs a gentle-: JTan in that citv !ia live nenhews 5n the army who have served out a j three years' enlistment and prom-j i-ed them $5,001) each if they'cRIRS. re-cnilst, which allot them 'did. Three of them arc in Slier- army and will be borne with-j t r c r ' Tun Compass to Steer liv. . Well, my hoy, so you arc going to try your fortune in the city. I te,l .vou ?l!5 1 dangerous ocean to launch your cralt on," said a man I to oeighbor s son. sir,; answered the ad, kmg his Biule Iron! bis pocket; hut, you see, 1 ve got a sale coin- pass to steer by. 'Stick to it, stick to it," cried 'ne man, and the enemy may blow hot or blow cold, he can't hut "'"h as a Inir of your head." The New York Tribune, in , an article on Mr. Wendell Phillips savs: "But tor his mistortuie in , . . , .. i r r having received nis moral and teil r . . . f I i gious training irom a diuu: wi.ere from the 13th chapter, of I. Co rinthians was unaccountably omit ted, he miglit have taken rank among the very loren.o men of our age. Little minds are tamed and sub dued by misfortune, but great minds rise above it. As every shred of gold h precious, so is every minute of time. ''-Major General Thomns has heen eignen to. the command of tho Military .Division of t!ie Tennessee, enibracing the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, (n'orgin. Alabama and Florida, with headquarters at Nash ville. General Thomas has assigned General Palmer to command in Ken tucky; General Stoueman in Tennes see; General Steaduian in Georgia; General Humphrey in Florida, and General C. It. Wool-, in Alabama. An order will soon be issued, pro hibiting post commanders from lay ing duties or taxes of any kind on loc.nl trade. V!.nu:sri:ii mjiisery. ''I'iE o i.Irri (1 I'm In ir t!rr!i I. WINCH ESTFK NUU-SF.lt Y, I !msrd tl.c formerly wn'i it v .'.ir-r?. Mono .v nM, is now j prepared to lurn h 11 who may desire any j Illing iu Iiis lint w ith the Uv, tU.ilities of Apple j Cher r fii and I'ltim Trees. AUo, GOOSEBERRY AND CURRANTS, Shade Treos and Evergreens. 1 1 i 4 term nre fr.mi f' to 100 rrr ernt. i lower tli .-in K.i.tTii Nurseries. He solicits Ihepuroua-col all. jon iiAi:ras. GOOD INTENT! WOOHiS TACTOIiV. "IIIj nnJer?icnrd, Iiavlnj; pnrrliasr.l tlie rrertv kt own n the Nathan Men- deiihatl Mill. sitUHted at rni 'iis j)orI, Itandolph Conntv, Ind., Are now jirepared to do all kinjn of w o o 1. 1: . :i a n i i a c t t: k i n c, Such as ROLL CAKDIXG, CARDING SPINXIXG, MANLTACTL'KING, FULLING, COLOKINO, CLOTH DRESSING, ETC., I'pon re.on.ib!e ternn. Mr. A kins having served a refill ir appreiitie ship to the lui-i-Ttv, expect tt) devote hi- whole time to the same, mid hope by'pkill ami rourtey to merit a liber I share of public p afrona-f. Thev ah' expt et to kep nn u.s. rtimiit ol WOOLEN GOODS On haud to exchange for Wool. Give us a call. W. N. AK1NS i CO. Maj.Il.15C5. 1 WILLARD & ST0WELL DCAI.r.IlS IX .MUSIC AND 3Iusical Instruments, v.!Tv. v --J -A Hi & Keep constantly on h.in-1, at Wholfjnle ar.d KetuI, an extensive a??ottniCtit o the best . PIANO FORTES, CABINET ORGANS?, .ii r, Ij o i ; o .v s , o. i Ilate Iloiie, ,0"'r' . . , ludiiunpoli, Ind. ; 3-l9jr 3 FURN IT U R E . LENKERsnoitrrn jl wesp, 4TrrcTrti.i or f-cTJf Jv&f Ory FURNITURE & CHAIRS. C"T? fln -Äs- Terpons wisl.i::g to purchase fjond and Subnntial Furniture. Will nleae pi n1a a r ur tl.at vou will be f ititit J, an-l that OU c r,v " r-1 J " - - l .1 I ... I ' 1 Af. "L Vi''pVorn a a i: s , 1 T A 11 i. n s , i UEDaTLADS, . i LOl'NGE S, i CHAIRS, bOFAS, CUNTER A N D DIN I NO TABLES, Etc., 1:1c. rac. COME OXE! COME ALI.il Aii-1 see our stock lffyre p.irch t !e wlir-re. C it i'l of Public Snaare. Wmch,,t,,-. imi. v:i-li) - FIRliIEN'S I In s si r a nee Co m p a nt9 i O Fi D A Y T 0 N. CAPITAL. - - - $'220.000 Office corner Third ii Jefferson st., In Deckel's nuuMintr, ÜAYTO N, O II IO. Fire ato taken On all kinds of Insurable Property. nut ector?. S'Craicticiil, Y Winter', John FowpU, j D t'MeA, Dm'l Krifrr, S:ipiM Mirsliatl, 1 XV S i'lie-Ip, Josi.h Ghhurt, T S B.i:bitt. N.CU.ll(;ilKAI),lWt. ! J. 11. KIN(J. S-cV. i R. R. CHADWICK, sst Sec'y. J. W. STITIIV, 41-2G Ajrent at Yincbcster. THOMAS WARD, T HIS ObD STAND, Sörth of the Cnnrt llvusc, has on baud uiiJ for itle .1 GCXFRAL Assortment of Hardware ! . lT;1ttf"' N c,rr"ur " To"" Vnrl IZaidwavc Store. DOUHLK iiivl Pinpjle S! (JiKKsanil Ilovolvu-; at S!,0t ai).l RiHc Ward's Hardware Sloie. T)OU'IER, I.oi.J nl Cups, I'owder- 1. 1 1.133 and hi.ot Hags at U iml'i Hai ti v are Store. RINDS T O N V. S miJ H inging, L"? VjJT Ch:iim .ind Steel vard at Ward's Hardware Store. yASH, Glut and ratty :.t ) Ward'? Hardware Store. BUTT and Strap liin-es at Ward's Hardware Store. H J-j N V, It A L usj.01 tuiciit of Shoe ! 'iiidin'" at Yard's Hardware Store. BRAf SS Clocks and Kettles at Ward's Hardware Store. GKNHliAL asrtaimt of Saddlery ; JLirJwarc at j Wards Hardware. Store. rflAIlhi: and rocket Cutlery, Tea and j 1 able fcwons, ll.tstinj? Spoons at Ward's Ha.du.ir store. !ES:-SSsS!!:!i books and stationery j lets, 1 tu-he. ties, ?ti:vc I'ot Mil De 1 Irons at Ward's Hardwate Store. i , ' . i " i t i. lOCRtAY, Lucks Lud es nud Rolfs, I Sliov-l. au J Sj'iJcn, and Co'llu Triin ! miiijr'S at n ao Ward's Hard wnro Sjore. STOVES OF ALL KINDS. TINWARE OF ALL KINDS. Price Lower tliua nny iu Ku-tcra Indiana, Mc Adams's Stovo We;t 5iJe Tublic S juare, WINCHESTER, INDIANA Highest Price Paid for old Metals. A'Micy for the Stewart Stove, v "I3LANK DEEDS. of Superior Quality IJ for sale at the Jauraal 0ce. - L. ' - -- T- -iti i l lirir' - i i "v. i Indiana Wholesale BOOK & PAPER HOUSE BOWEN, STEWAUT fic Co., No.' IS Wpt urnMngtonM, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, I DEALERS IN LETTER & CAP PAPERS, Wrapping Paper, ) Pommmri,! N'.,tc. n.nmrt R-nr,!?. Wimto I cm i TapcrVall T.incr, Ulink Hoik. .Meraanti We tuni?, Lead Tcucils, Steel IVus, Ten- v ' . . i 1T.,1 ARNOLD'S & BUTLER'S INKS Cinchmati mid C'liirnyo plicated. 50,000 lbs. Eags Wanted For CASH, or ia erchan-c for (TOODS. j iT.23 irui INDIANA MUSIC STORE. A, II. BItfHAH iV CO., DEALERS IX MUSICAL MERCHANDISE of i:yi:ky Di:sntnTio.. SOLK AGENTS FOR . K .V .1 HE V CO' Sj BRADBURY'S, AND OTHER F HIST C L A S S I :p i a n Q-F O T t G S. ! BATES house cobxer.. ! K-lv - Merrill & Co., PUBLISH NOMA REPORTS. THE (SOLDIER OF INDIANA IN THE I WAR FOR THE UNION. A N D Cailiour aud Howlanil's .Vanual A .; ''; t rotor on d J'ncc SÜ.50. Guardians. Tkef have tlie onN larjre Stock of L:i IV IUI (I .TI ISCOl la ÜCOIIH Ia tLi State. They hokale and rttaii On the best of term. Or lcr of MERRILL & CO., (ilcniiN Itlock, ludinnripoliH. S e tc i n at ? a e h i n e s. FINKLE & LYON'S NEW PATENT KOTARV FEED SEWING MACHINES. The fvllonin: facti demonstrate thai these M.ichiues com)rie the Ilirhrst Im- provimcnts in the Sewing Machine Art, T1J!. tnport tion iitid t'ira ever held in the Uuitcd States. 3. Thev make the Lock Stitch alike on both tide' thu hiving more than half the; thread atil si 1 k tned in ravelin? ridjr' h-.m of tbc lop-aUcli auJ itigle threa l dewing .MjchiuM. j 1. They are udjj.ttJ to the widest rane of i heavy i l liiht ewinj. 5. Thev hare no rattling wires, or delicate' atUchmtnti to keep in repair. C. They require no taking pari to clean or oil, and no LtMon" to tt needle, I regulate tension, or operate Machine, i Mease call and examine and demonstrate ! for yourself, or iend for Circular with wm ! I'le of sewing. r. B. Town and County Agents wanted. nxrci.i: it lyo.v s. yt. co., No. 539 Hrondun), New York. 5-1 y 'PIT TAI '1- I T -w-i . rw-mr-w- -mm i Drain Your Wet Lands: Drain Tile manufactured bv the L unlcrsiMu J have been t.ronouneed! i the betin ue. Trv them. and if too do not jbecome satisfied that they are ju$t te ; Iking jor dra other House ' , ,t" -rf'' pu iranueu to give uei-; Cxc;ti:iir tliat organ lo fcucU hu eaten! a at lcr k-imcu'i.j mau nuy otiur. i-wniß. tbHt tho fVem do not relaofe. ir.to iu .nichu.ein .Mtrkt-t, or rn .i.ev relur. led. f,,rmeT condition, which ia too m.t t La StOrO, 2. They hare t.ikeu many of the Hifrhert, Ujc raw with iimply Wirgatlvi ndl. r.'emiuiT. at the most import nt Klub?- ni . . ininj vet land$. a e will re- TISEAriS ()r TilK NKROl,?EM raoner naiJ for them. We I J IN.L, M UlNAI.V AND s E a t A u BRICK, of our own tninu- hYSTKMS-new and reliable trratrcn.t- tuird ruu the satif iction. bT mail io fealed letter eiiTclore. Iree ol ?3rfi: nc -!lf nu V-r .i,il,'.f..,n.. A.Idrci Dr. J.SSILLIX IIOtCHTOV, iofVh, Depot, WincLen.r.Indiana. July231yj O. L J. K. MAT.TIN. IRISCHESTER n ÄasLn T7 onus. -.V" -' . . -:r "Who has not lost a friend ? " Tfce wn.Itfl2Tie(J bare now a lartcraodbvtter ' a'sortaueMol Imuran .nnl H.-iliin Mnrliln . ..x Tha d h h ft ratofrfbttfn offer Jli hi vieltity. TLcs nbu ii.tcnJ ervctiar Tombs, tllonumcnt or Grave Stones, In rnmorj of tLcirLiteJ Je; ar'.c, weulu 4r GIVE US A CALL. Terms reaso-aaWe. Ca'1 acd cxamine- slati: Koori.c:i i Wf arealonrac e i Inm&kln; a nJarMM j ' Slut lCcofi,t re:iMMfrr?. Tin 'jjriir I tt of 'te .uffi ITothr mtril for K.'rtS'nr' i nn well ,MaMihil to rj i i r- ai runi'i 'in il fator, an.l who intend truMJi'ir wil!lliiJtMtr KooCo belle Best and cheapest Roof now in sc Kfttiroatc miilcr t. I nforma!lnrr!at I v tc ho busineaicheerfnlly firen b ddrir.p 01' c&Uiiicoa D.E. HOFFMAN k CO., dot Winchf ster .InJ. T, . 5i p'tt-ap 1 tia mtnt'.t r yores. Tor tb kol IwuIlta Gtüatit crC and have Jwti introduoe-1 to the public fo more than six j eura, and Lave acquired far esceedinj any Family Medicines of limilar nature in the market. An Appreciating public wa not long la discovering they po$?esed remarkablo and hence their ind conceo1uent profit to the Proprietor, thus enabling him to eifHtcJ jf dollars each year in advertising thclt ftierits, and publishing tho "SvVCVOYY CevXAYCvYXt. tvhieh have been showered upn hün fnnu vAXUYs 0$C CoYYYYY, rho peculiarity of tho XSoo "Yyvyyycy yyyyWvW- s that they Ftrike at th root of Diee, by eradicating every particle of impurity ycYAoo, for the life and health of the body derxmdi opn the purity of the MJ. If tho bliHHris poisoned, the lxdy drag out a miserable eii-teice. Thco iac-dieiuu- VYC :CYYkYci for curing (fcroula, Liver Ccmjliint, Ukin, Xiseise3, Female Ccnpl3.intt üilt 2htumt Fheu.mati?mt Syphilis, i'ffffr and Gt. jinthenyr Fir. En it Hon, t; Cncnirj f:ju. rf?. ? O 7 !7 Leukorrhoe xt Erysipelas, Tumors, Fits, SircfU I? Hj Sj Bj- i ONE eron write, her daubtet . m .ntn-l rl fit of nine yenrs' ftnnding and St. Vitus' dnnc of tw year. ANOTHER writer, his hn v rrrl After bislli ha l almost wnteJ an ay. Tho doctors prcuu'inced the nto incur-, "able. ANOTHER rn curl of Fvr nnd Ar! after tryint; every meaicine in bi tench. ANOTHER m cured of Fevo Sor vthivh. Iiad exiäled firten year. ANOTHER of Itucumalunt ol tigU years. Cj.s'-s inntimerabtc of l)yppia n Liter Complair.t could L mentioned U. whi.-h tho ruiillerarpj 1'iiU "Vov VWC CY CIYYY. rc "ßVoovV VvYY am the most aetata and t)uruugh pill that have ever been introduced. They act to directly uji the Liver Tlmy are rtsally a which, in conjunction with tb S00vV YYYYYCV, will cure all the aforementioned dicaev and, of thcnutjlvei, will relievo and cur Heraiasis, Ccctivcness, Colii Pains, Choltrj. JJcrlua, Indi&exticn, (Pain in, the gowcls, (Vizzirms, eta. ' Try these medicines, gl J you will ce.T rejrret it. tYik your ceiehbora, uho hayo ud Ihein, and they will toy tLey aro yjioo WcyVycyyvc?., and you hould try them before gdn foi a ph)fck'uin. . Oet a Taraphltit or Almanac of rny hcaj ignt, and re;id th-; a rliiii ales ai.d if yt lave ever doubted vou will . - -. FOR SALE IN WINCHESTER by, II. P. KIZEK. HOWARD ASSOCIATION PJi'u'udffnfii't, Venn. Ho.-rJ At.oci.tion. Na. S SutU Mnth street, rbiUJelrbia, Tctn- .