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Wheat. la the Pittsburgh Gaxett w fad a eoauna edentloa ia regard to laid wht which prop remedy. At th lata aura la thia vieinity hav brake dowa Beany loa pie of wheat w glee tbe hinte. hoping wni may profit by them: It ought la a known that a vary aiaipla me ' efcanieal proeea may aav a Urge proportion af the graia bo la danger. I hav triad it myself, ad aeea It triad repeatedly, and Bever witbeat entire cu. It ami ba raaeabared or noted , that the lodg lag ar faille g dowa of wheat or rye la Bever renaml ar evrlg a whl fold, but la patch a of largar ar tmallar xta Nov tat twa ata, with a light bat atrong pole, aey aixtaaa fet long, commence at ana aid of tha field where th bladaa have fallen fa taw atarm, asnally the watt aid, and pawing the pela aadr sections, of from twa to fow feet la width, raite thea, on after another, with a quick aetioa, to the ataadlBg blade, from whih It baa fkllea or teperated, and the blade thua restored, are moat likely to perfect their grata. " Warn the (talk or head i maeh weighed down with recent rain, aa i likely to be the mm at the praseat writing, it I Tory iaportaat that the eperatem shsuld ut aqaick and violtat e tioo, and repeat it if neeeesary, ia order to Je- taah the water from the head and the ehoalder of ths blades. Nor matt it be objected to tbl propositian! that the traaping through the (landing graia would injure it to any eenaidsrsble extent. A oarafal aaa or boy may walk bra mile through ripening? wheat without breaking one hundred etrawa, by elmply opening hi path before hia with hi hand. It U net quite an expedition, but on man, with aa eight foot pele, can operate ad acconv pliih the aaae remit. I hav don thi thing, and seen it done re: peatedly, aad I know that If It ia faithfully at tended to it will sot fall, and may aav thou aaad af bathe! of grain, where new the pree- foet appear disastrous. Two men aaa raite from tore to ten acre of the heaviest wheat la one day. TJe af Taa a a Ufaaare. "Even aawduat from aw aad thing! mill ; (pent taa from taa yard, are worthy of our at tention." The above extract, from aa eatay an manure by a aeaaible writer ia the laat number of the Journal, briagt to mind aa experiment made Vy Gea. Sutton of Salem, ia the growing of po tato th present eaeoa. Mr. S. aelected a field for thi purpose, on which bad been ipread and plowed ia, a dre aiag of com poet manure. Ha then set apart ten pare It of 100 hill each, aad applied different kind of manures In different way. I am aot Informed, preciiely, af the kinda of maaure or af the made of appiieatioa, bat (iaply that they onaitd of all the rarietiea that ha had at commend. Ameag thete, ratted tea wa on ; by which I meaa taa that had laid for aaoat two yean, where it had beea freely aoaked with water. Seme of the potatoee were planted on thia taa ; other were covered with it, after they 'wire dropped. Th reeult wa, that thoae pota to that were planted ia the taa, were larger, hirer, aad more abandanl than in either of the other kind of manure mod. I taw the several pareela arranged in barrel ia the bara, and wat Informed by Mr. S. of the manner ia which they were grown. Not baring eeen them when grow ing Ia the field, I cannot apeak from peraenal knewedg. Jaaraal e Agriculture. Orchard. If you bar a goad orchard on your place leek it a point of duty to keep it to. Exam ine it carefully aad extend to each tree the at tention wa bar m oftea advised. To intare good fruit th toil of your orchard muit ba kept la good heart. ; Tree requr manuring aa mnch aa any other crop that growa on your farm. If the bark of the tree are mos grown, th most hould be scraped off with an iron scraper. If the bark be scaly, it should be remoitd and la either eaa the trank of the tree should be treated to a dreasiag compoasd, in the propor tiea of 1 gallon of soft soap, 1 B. of flour sui tor and 1 pt. of aalL It can be put on with a hard the broth . Good fair applea can only be eeured by attending to thete matter. Wi are aot the adrocate of much pruning. Dead and interlocking limb should b cut off. Th wound thus iaSicted thoald b rendered smooth aad hare a ecaent mad of equal parta roaia, beeswax and terpentine painted over thea, while the mixture is warm arer this saad ebould be freely dinned. American Farmer. Hew Discovery la Agriealtare. Aa extraordinary fact waa mentioned the eth ar day at the sitting of the Academy of Sciea aa. One of the member atated that tba egri cultural society of Brest had, apon the prepoel tea of a member of the committee, tows tome wheat npoa land without any preparation af ploaghiag ar digging, aad ia one of the worst oil peeaible, and after hiring merely walked wear the grauad to pre the graia oa the serfec) had it corered with fresh straw to the thicknee af two laches. Th product was, it is asserted more aboadaat aad much superior Ia qua! Hy to wheat raited from the aaaa teed "in th ordinary way. Some ear af corn, the aeed af which had beea placed upon wiadow-gla covered with etraw, were alee exhibited. . , Laad Measure. livery farmer ahould har a good measure, a Egfat stiff pole, just eiiteea aad a half feet leaf, far meaeuring land. By a little practice, ' ha aaa learn to step a rod Ia fire atep. which , will answer Tory weU for ordinary farm work - Ascertain the number of rod In width and length of a lot yea want ta measure, and mul tiply oa iato the other, aad divide by one ban avad aad .sixty, aad yen have the number of 'ear, a aaa hud red and sixty equare red auk a square acre. If yon with to lay off an acre square, measure thirtoea rods oa each side. .aad yea hart the thing eery Beer. Save yoar Hay-Seed. Kaay farmer nevsc think af saving the efTa areas th cattle or hone saaager, bat throw it away, or Into the manure heap. In either a great auisaace, if the maaare bo applied to hood crops. Aa aid writer says ho "eared auf- f aient hay-chaff one winter from feeding twea ty -three bead of aaiatal to stock dawa tea acre af meadow." Would it aot bo better, bower. ar, to cut the great earlier, and thus leaten th eaaatity of aeed which shall out ia feeding T . The Apple Borer. A correspondent of the German town Telegraph give hi remedy t H dig out and remove th barer aad applies the urlae from the cow t tablet, (which bs seres, as all sensible husbaadmea do,) eepioaaly are and the bottom of the tree, and washes tba trank with it thoroughly. It ahould b applied twicd a year afUward. Three year aTnarienee ia it an-yllearian hat ti.ftoJ Mm it fc effectual. ' THE "OLD FOGY." Be "Wmi ia" kwt Mil Hawiif wwaa" at awir TUift tkat ante "the aet to kail." ' U taattote m fcal wtraet. . MBaf la ait "Gttl eat." . HeMttBiaVtdM 'immm.tr, . Witfc kit kiaema-feappy lat! Kaatk see mf tsenaw. Y0150 AMERICA. "kaUeret iabt bar tiida," TakaalO atiiia, Waddtet btM witk primaH4." Aaa wita a "patftt." Ba, toa, kat e "eat" of hta Warn ka "( t" at "alow tat" aih aa (anitlwa kr Stala Bat k it aat the aaaear. A TaiaOae. Do yon kaow Tom 1 Well, he lived down by oa, la the town of Danville, and wa counted by all person, far or near, a the great est liar " out of jail." He waa a great hand for stories, and always had one ready, which, of course, nobody believed. On evening a fe of us wsre seated by the stovs, ia the bar-room of the tavern, when the door opened, and Tom entered. Of coarse, we all pressed him to tell us a yarn. But, boys," said he, " I don't know any - Ye, you do." . Wi told him to giv ut a good yarn, and ha should have a drink of what he called "white eye." So he began: " When I was at home, I found a cat, one eveniag, down by the road, and took it up to keep. And such a cat! it weighed about ten pounds, and was as black at a Guinea uiggsr. It would go round the bouse me-you, me youing, until the old 'omen said I ahould drown'd it " So one morning I caught Tommy and took him to the creek, and tossed him in. Without waiting to aee the result, I started borne. Next morning, on getting up, I beheld mister Tommy seated on the porch, just starting hia infernal me-youing. I grabbed him before he could run, aad taking him to the creek, tossed him in. After watching for a while, I went home, thinking I had sent the est to kingdom come. Next morning, the first thing I saw was the cat seated on the porch, making the air resound with his noise. I took him, picked np the hatchet, and proceeded to the creek. Arriving there, I cut off his head, and threw both parts into the water. I then went home, fully con viaced that mister Tommy would not trouble us any more; but may I be blessed, if be wasn't next morning seated on the porch with his head in his mouth!" Too Extravaa-aat. Everybody about Montgomery knows Old Blixsard," of Pike County . He is one of your ox aad bag men. Old Blizzard ia stiff in this orid. Hs works bis fifteen hands, and make his seven bags to the hand. He made it all by his own exertions, too. When the railroad (the Mobile and Guard Road) was first talked of in his settlement, Old Blizzard was high up for it. The line of the road would come near hia plantation, and dis pense with the wear and tear of his wagons through the prairie to Montgomery. One day an agent of the railroad company called upon him, took dinner with him, and talked enthusi astically about the prospects of the road to him. As the agent waa about leaving, he drew his subscription book, and aaid: "Well, Mr. Bliz zard, what amount shall I put down aa your lubscription to our great enterprise T" " Well," said Old B., I've jist got thirteen hundred rails, new and good rails, split out, and by the time you folks want 'em, I'll have about as many more. .You may put me down three thousand rails, anyhow." "We do aot want the raiU, Mr. Blirxard," aaid the agent, smiling; "we with our friendt to purchase, or rather help us furnish, iron rails. What amouat of money will yoa give, to help us to get iron rails 1" " Iron rails be domed! Ef yer going to go inter sich unnateral like extravagance aa that. I ahan't gin you a dollar. Iron rails! Well, for sure, who ever heard of the like?" . So Old Blizzard left the railroad agent in dis gust, mumbling to himself, as ha went away, "Iron rails be durned!" Conlda't Scare Him. Jenkins was noted for his courage and his vixen of a wife. He waa not afraid of msa, or of his wife either. His friends had often tried to scare him, but they bad always failed. His wife's brother tried one night, fixed himself np in the most ghostly style possible, aad stationed himself in a lonely piece ef woods through which Jenkins had to pass on his wsy home. The pretended gbeet had scarcely settled himself in his position when Jenkins hove in sight, and came whistling along unconcerned as usoal Suddenly the ghostly figure confronted him, and in a sepulchral voice commanded him to stop. Jenkins did so, aad after regarding hia com panion for a moment, aaid, with th utmost coolaeea: M I can't atop, friend: if you are a must request yon to get out of the wsy, and let me pass; if yoa are the devil, come and take supper with me I married your aieter!" A boy of eight years, weat Into a shop to bay a penknife. He aelected one. "How mnch T" " Twelve cents," aaid the thopman. " Well,' aaid th boy, laying dowa a shilling piece, "there is twei. e and a half ceata. I'll take the knife, and yoa may give th half cent in Jitk Wis.'" The store keeper accordingly gave the boy the knife, and one fish hook for the half cent, with the remark, that " h would do." A negro wa seen raaning from a ship aleng South Street, first one way, and then another, shouting lustily, meanwhile, for a doctor. A Bailor hailed him, and asked what was the mat ter.' The panting messenger stuttered it out at last, that a man had fallen from the atatt head aae brokea hia seek. Is that all T" aaid Jack; I tbeugbt there waa a light, or something in. terestingr i ne asoat auentiv aeaa to bwwneee we ever knew, waa he who oace wrote oa hi shop door: "Gen tr my tcifr; rrhtrm in half an knr." He wa no relation to the lawyer who put upon hia office door: " Be back la five minutes" and returned only after a pleasure trip of three weeks. " Dawkter, dawkter," aaid aa exquisite, the other dsy, M I waat yoa to tell me what I can pot into my bead to make it right." " It want nothing but braiaj," aaid th phy sician. A youth, last week, wishing to commit sui cide, purchased a percussion cap, placed it upon hi head, struck it with aa idea, aad it exploded aad blew th unfortunate youngster brain into aa indigo bag. j Th statement ia contradicted, that a Yankee had invented a mtrhins for taking tha noise : out of thuader. 1 Refill m)i - Advice to Hoaeewive. Britannia ahould ba first robbed gently with a woollea dotaaad sweet oil i thea washed la vara aad. aad rubbed with soft leather aad whiting. . That treated, it will retaia it beaaty to the laat. New iroa should t very gradually heated at first ; after it ha become Inured to the heat it 1 aot likely to crack. It it a good plan to pat earthen-ware iato cold water, and let it heat gradually until it boils thea cool again. Browa earthea-ware, partica- Llariy.awy be toughened in thi way. Ahandfal of ry or wheat bran thrawa ia while It Is bail ing, will preserve the glaxiag so that it will aot ba destroyed by acid or salt. , Clean a brae kettle before using it for cook ing, with salt and vinegar. The o finer carpets are shekea the longer they will wear ; the dirt that collect under grinda out the threads. If yoa wish to preservs fin teeth, always dean them thoroughly after yoa hav eaten your latt meal at night. Woollen thoald be washed in very hot aad and not rinsed. Luke warm - water ehriaka tbtm. " . . ' Do aot wrap knives and -forks ia woollen. Wrap them in good strong paper. Steel is in jured by lying ia woollen. Suet keep good all th year round if chop ped and packed down in a ston jar aad covered with molaaaea. Barley ttraw ia beat for beds ; dry corn husk (lit Into shreds are better thea straw. When molasses is nsed ia cooking , it is a pro digiona improvement to boil and skim it before yon wse it. It takes out the unpleasant, raw taste and makea it almost at good at augar Where molaeset ia ased much ia cooking, it is well to prepare on or two gallon in thi way at a time. Never ailow ashes to be taken up in wood or put into wood. Always hav your matches and lamp ready for use in case of ndda alarm. Have important paper all together where yon can lay yoar hand oa thsm at oace in case of fire. Use hard aoap to wash yonr clothe, aad soft soap to wash your floors. Soft aeap ia so slippery that it wastes a good deal in washing clothes. It is easy to have a supply of horse-radish all wiater. Hav a quantity grated while the root it in perfection, put it in bottle, fill it with via gar, and keep it corked tight. Measlo. Thi dissaae, says Hall's Journal of Health prevails extensively ia cities during the winter season, and will usually cure itself, if only pro tected srainst adverse influences. Tba oldsr Demons are the lea likelr they are to recover perfectly from thi ailmeat, for it very ofA leave aom life-long malady behind it. The most hopeless forms of consumptive diseases are oftea the result of ill-conducted or badly maa aged meatles. In nine eases out of ten , not particle of Medicine ia needed. Our first advice is always, snd seder all cir cumstances, send at once for an experieaced phy sician. Meanwhile keep the patient in a cool dry and well aired room, with moderate cover ing, ia a position where there will be no eipoe are to the drafts of air. The thermometer should range at about sixty-five degrees, where the bed stands, which should be moderately hard of shacks, straw, or curled hair. Gratify the in stinct for eold water and lemonade. It is safest to keep the bed for several days after the rath has barun to die away. The diet should be light, of an opening, cooling character. ' The main object of this article is to warn per sons that the greatest danger is after the disap pearance of the meaalea. Wa wauld advise that for three weeks after the patient is wall enough to leave hi bed, he chould not go out of ths house, nor stand or ait for a single mo- meat by an open window or door, nor wash any part of his person in cold water or warm, but wipe the face with a warm, damp cloth, r or a goad part of thia time tha appetite ahoald aot be wholly satisfied ; the patient should eat slowly of light attritions food. Ia one case a little child almost eatirely well of tha measles, got to playing with its heads ia sold water ; it grad ually dwindled away and died. AH exercise should be moderate, ia eider to pre vest coolisg off loo quickly afterwards, and to aava tha dan' ger af expeeure to drafts of ait, which, by cbil ling tha surface, cause eArtnte a'terrias if it fall onth bowel, deafness ferlifeif it falls an the ear, iacurable contact ptioa if it falls on the lung. Stick Thia Vp. . A th following table of th number of pouada to th bushel may be of interest to the farmer and dealer, wa publish it and would ad viae them to cat it oat aad stick it np in some promineat place for reference Of wheat, sixty pounds. Of shelled com, fifty-six pouada. Of corn ia th cob, seventy pounds. Of rye, fifty -ix pounds. Of aat, thirty-five pounds. Of barley, forty-eight pound. Of potato, sixty pounds. Of beans, sixty pouada. Of bran, twenty pounds. Of clover seed, sixty pound. Of timothy seed, strty-fiv pouada. Of flax aeed, fifty-eight pounds. Of hemp seed, fifty -four pounds. Of buckwheat, fifty-two pounds. Of blue grass seed, fourteen pound. Of castor beans, ferry -cix pounds. Of dried peaches, thirty-three pouada. Of dried applea, twenty -four pounds. Of oaioae, fifty-seven pounds. Carion Typographical Error. Pro feasor Trench, in his latest work en the English language, point aat a earioa typo graphical error ta the 90th verse of the 93d chapter of Matthew. The words "which strain at a gnat and swallow a camel, tha professor thinks contain a misprint, which baring beea paased over ia th edition af 1(11, has held its ground ever since. The translators intended to say, "which strata oat a gnat aad swallow a camel, that being th correct rendering of the original, as appears ia Tvaedale' aad Craa mera translations, both ef which hav "traiad eat, It was th eastern of tha stricter Jew to strata their wiae, vinegar aad other potable through line ar gaaza, last aaawarea they ahoald drink down so as little aaoleaa snaect. aa a gnat, aad tha transgress the Levitieal law. It wa to thia custom the Saviour alluded,, lo teadiBg to say that the Seribea aad Phariessa. while they strain eat a gnat from their drink, would yet (wallow a camel at a gala. When water lidiie Into ice, it crystals cross each other at right angles of CO der., aad enlarge tha bulk nearly eee eighth, with each fore ss to explod rocks, tree and pieces of artinerv. ThcWeekly Press. ! A NEW YOLU1Q5.. ' Tm nrn,..nt will eater upon a New olame with the approaching New Year. 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Moore's Rural Kew Torker, tub la as err ciaccLataxt Agricultural, Literary a; Family WEEKLY, is rcsLisnxn xvkbt aaTuanar BY 0. 0. 1. X00SZ, ROCHZSTSR, V. Y. rtaat, in anvaHCB : Two DoLLias a Yaaa 91 for aix months. To Clubs and Agents as follows : 3 Copies one vear, for $5 ; 6, and one free to club agent. for $10 ; 10, and one free, for $15 ; 16, and one free, far $22 ; 20, and one free, for $26 ; 32, and two free, for $40, (or 30 for $37,50.) and any greater number at the aame rate only $1,25 per copy with an extra copy for every Ten Subscribers over Thirty. Club papers sent to different post-offices, if desired. Ae we pre-pay American postage en papers sent to to the British Provinees, our Canadian agents and friends must add 12 cents oer copy to the club rates of the RcaaL. The lowest price of copies sent to Europe, c., is only $i,Ml inclu ding postage. AnvxaTisiacirra. Twenty Five Cents a Line, each insertion, payable in advance. Our rule iato give no advertisements, unless very brief, mote than six or eight connsecutive in sertions. Patent Medicines, c are not adver tised in the Rcaat. en any conditions. Tax Pomes oa Tax Bubal, ia only 3Ja cts. per quarter to any part of this State, and G'j cent to any other State if paid quarterly in ad vance at the post office where received. The Prairie Farmer. Thb TsiTrrnitr volume of this old and popular Agricultural Paper will commence on the first day of January, 1860. It will be the aim of the publishers in the fu ture as in the rlt to make a paper that shall be a favorite with the Farmer, the Horticultu rist, snd at the fireside. In each department we shell endeavor lo sssist in improvement and instruction, and make it a favorite with the younjrer portion of the home circle, by so treat ing of subject that a desire to more thorough ly understand tha true science of farming shall prevail, that the calling mav be looked upon as it really is, the moat healthful and independent one known. - The list of practical contributions will be much enlarged another year, and no expense neeefwary to make it ike Agricultural Paper of the West will be spared. The paper will ever be found the working man's friend and advocate. . Terms of the Prairie Farmer for I860. GREAT INDVCEIiXNaaV On Copy, one year $t 00 Three Copies, oae year 5 00 Six Copiee, one year, snd one to sgent 9 00 One additional copy to the club agent for ev ery ten copies over six. - For each one of filly person tending the nrst lists or twenty subscriber on above terms after this date we will giv a Bound Volume of Imc riAiaii faaata for the last half of the present year. 1 o the first six persons, who will send us lists of fifty or more subscribers on above terms,, we will give a copy or W totter' t Uaabndged Die liamarj (pictoral edition) eontainingyitvn kan area illustrations. Friends of Tub Pbaibic Fasbcb, vou can do much to extend the usefulneas and circulation ofTHzFAiaia. Will you not try T We will send samnle coDies and'orosDectmes i ret to any who will try to extend its circula tion. Address EMERY k CO., 204 Lake Street, Chicago, III HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PhOaaelphia. A BaamaoUnt lattitulioa ittaUitkad ty apeeial tfaaawMt, fir Ue Relief ar tha Sick and Dtatrmird, afflicted with VtraUat sad Epidemic Diaeaaaa. 'I 1MB HUWASU ASSOCIATION, in View L of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, several Tears sgo directed their Consulting Surgeon to ocen a Dispensary for the treatment of thi class of J! S t, . L 1 r I . . n r uiHim, in an uinr lonns, ana to give aiCLiI- CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition fare. occupation, habits of life, Ae.,) and, in eases of extreme povertv, to FURNISH MEDCINES FREE OF CHARGE. Tae Directors of the Association, in their late Annual Report express the highest satis faction with the success which ha attended the labor of their Surgeon in the cure of Soerma. torrbeea.Seminal Weakness, Gonorrhcea, Gleet, Syphilis, the Vice of Onanism or Self-Abuse, Disease of th Kidneys aad Bladder. Ac. and order a continuance of the aame plan for th ensuing rear. Aa admirable Report oa Soermatorrhoa. or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism. Mas turbation or Self-Abase, aad other disesar of the Sexual organs, by th Consulting Surgeon, will be sent bv mail.f n a sealed en velowe 1 FR E R OF CHARGE, on receipt of two mar for poSe. A d wrest . for Report or tree tment, DR. J. S K IL LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, no. a soata ninth Street, rails delphia, Pena. ' aept. 1,59-ly. MARRIAGE GUIDE! YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or, Every one hia ewa Doctor Being a Private Instructor for married persons or tboee about to marry, both aaa! aad female. In everything eoneerninw tha nhriiolorv aad relation of our sexual system, aad the produc tion or prevention of offspring, including all the new discoveries never before givea In th Eng lish language, be WM. YOUNG, M. D. This ia really a valuable aad interesting work. It is written ia plain language for the general reader. and is illustrated with apwards of one hundred engravings. All young married people, or thoae content plating marriage, aad having tha least Impediment to married life, sboald read- thi book. It disc loses seereU tbat every one ahetWd be acquainted with. Still it is a book that meat f be locked ap aad aot lie about the house. It wiutt ama w mujamaom tnarwcwip wi twenty- fveeeam- - Addroa DR. WM- YOUNG, New If,-!-- THS IEvT-TORK TBIBCIE. Taa Taiscsa now more thea clghteea year ok), and having over Two Hundred Thousand subscribers, or eoaataat parahaaeve, diffused through every Stat aad Territory of oar Union will eontiane ta easenco what it has be en the earnest champion of Liberty, Progress and of whatever will conduce to our national growth in Virtue, Industry, Knowledge. end Prosperity. It will continue lo urge the eaMBcipatioa aot only of the Black laborer from chattleiam aad legal impotence, but of the White likewise from Lead Monopoly, Intemperance, Ignorance, and that dependence on remote Markets which par alyze exertion by denying to Toil any adequate and morallv certaia rewai d. Believing that tbe chief evil of our time is the inordinate multipli cation and disproportion of Non- Producers, it will continue to war arainst whatever tends to degrade Manual Labor or deprive it of its just .... ... :ii ia :wl mm. ana run recompense, it win ihubwiij mend the policy of winning hither from Europe the Useful Arte, and, wherever they mav be dmJmI. tha Artisans aa well for whose products our country is now running recklessly into debt, whila oar fkhorera mam ia fruitless Quest of em ployment, leaving their children ia want of bread, though the farmer a too oiiea coutpcueu to sell his crops at moat insdequate pi iees. In ahort. whila battlinr aeainst Filibusterism and every other manifestation of that evil npirit which aetka through the spoliation of other coootries that aggrandizement wnlcB ia to oe tralv attained only through the due develop ment and cultivation of our internal resources. it will urgently advocate a more effectively discriminating Tariff, the Freedom of the Pub lie Lands, tha construction af a Rrailroad from the navigable waters of ths Mississippi to those of the Pscific, and every other measure which seems to us calculated to enhance the dignity or the recompense of Labor aad promote the wll-kin nf Maakind. The irrepressible conflict" between Dark ness and Light, Inertia and Progresss, Slavery and Freedom, moves steadily onward. Isolated acts of follv snd madness may for the moment give a seeming advantage to Wrong ; but God still reigns, and the Ages are tniw w tiuw.j and Riirht. Thu vesr 1S60 must witness a memo rable conflict between these irreconcilable antag onists. The question ''Shall Human Slavery ba further atranirthened and diffused by the pow er aod under the flag of the Federal Union T" is now to receive a momentous if not conclusive anwr. "Land for the Landless, versue Ne groes for the Negroles" is the battle cry of the n .. ....... . i . . n embodied Millions wno.navingjusnwcp. t sylvsnia, Ohio and the North-West, sppear in the new Congress, backed by nearly every Fr State, to demand a recognition of every man's right to cultivate and improve a medio cum of the earth's surface wherever he has not been anticipated by the State's cession to anoth er. Free Homes, snd the consecration of the virgin soil of the Territories to Free Labor- two requirements, but one policy must largely absorb the attention of Congress through the ensuing session, as of the People in ths succeed ing Presidential canvass ; and. whatever the immediate Utue. we cannot deubt that the ulti mate verdict will be in accord at once with the dictates of impartial Philanthrophy and the in alienable Righta ef Man. Having made arrangements for fuller and more graphic reports of the doings of Gongress, snd of whatever else inspiring st the Federal Me tropolis shall seem worthy of Public regard, and having extended both our Foreign and Domestic Correspondence snd strengthened our Editorial stair, we believe Thb Taisona may safely cnai lenge a comparison with any rival whether ss sn exponent of principles or as a reliable mirror of the passing world. We purpose not to oe sur passed nor anticipated in the collection or pre sentation of intelligence, though we eschew tbat reputation for enterprise which ia acquired by bribing messengers and clerks in public offices to connive at the premature publication or trea ties or otherothcial documents, w e prize a ecu racy of statement auite as highly as prompti tude, but endesvor not to sacrifice the latter while securing the former. Essentially, The Taisima will be what it has been, while we shall consntatly study to improve its every feature. and "make each day a entic en the last.- j ne general verdict of the Press snd the Public has affirmed the success of our past labors, and those or tbe future shall be characterized by equal earnestness and assiduity. We ask those who believe tbe general influence of our journal to be salutary to aid ua In extending that influence through an increase or our subscriptions. TUT! NEW-YORK DAILY TltlBCNB is printed on a large imperial sheet, and pub lished every morning snd evening (Sunday! ex cepted.) Itcontaint Editorial on th topic of th times, employing a large corps of the best newspaper writers ol the day ; Domestic and Foreign Correspondence ; Proceedings of Congress ; Reports or Lectures ; city news ; Cattle, Horse, and Produce Markets : Reviews of Books ; Literarv Intelligence ; Papers aa Mechanics and tha Arts, Ac-, Ac, We strive to make Tar Taisuas a newtaper to meet the wants of tha pnblio its Telegraphic news slone costing over $15,000 per annum. TERM3 : THE DAILY TRIBUNE ia mailed to sub- scibers st $6 per annum, in advance ; $3 for six months. The NewYork Semi-Weekly Tribaae is published every Tuesdsy and Friday, and contains all the Editorials of the Daily, with the Cattle, Horse, snd General Markets, reliaW bly reported expressly for THE TRIBUNE Foreign and Domestic Corresponence ; and du ring the sesiont of Congress it contains a sum miry of Congressioani doings, with th more important speech. We shall a heretofore, make THE rSfc.al-WfcrJKXT TK1BUNG Literary, aa well as a political newspaper, and we are determined that it shall remain in the front raa of family papers One copy 1 year $1 J 5 copies 1 year $1125 Two copies 1 year, $5 10 " f 1 addrtaa $20 Tea Copies, ta addrtaa at tack aaaacrihtr, $220 each. Any person tending us a club of twentr, or over, win be entitled to an extra eopv. r er a club of Fifty we will tend the Daily Tribune one vear. THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE ia tent to Clergymen at $1 per annum. . The New-York Weekly Tribune, a large elcht-nage oaDer for the eountrv. ia nub tithed every Saturday, and contain! Editorials on the important topics of tha time, th new ef the week, interesting sstvsapsarisaes from til parta of th world, th New York, Cattle, Horse, snd Produce Markets, Interesting and reliable Political, Mechanical and Agricaltaral articles, Ac., Jtc, . .. We shall, during this year, a hitherto, eon- staatly labor to improve tbe quality of the in structive entertainment afforded by THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, which, we Intend. shall continue to be the best Fsmily Weekly newspaper puDiisnea ta tne world, weeoa aider the Cattle Market Reports alone richly worth to cattle raiser a year' aubseatptioa price. .. TERMS t ' Oae eopy, I year, $2 I 5 copies, I year, $8 3 copies, 1 year, $5 1 10 copiee, 1 year, $12 Twenty copies, I ana addrtaa, $20 ana any larger number II each. 20 copies, is addraaa af aaek aaaacrUar, ' $24 aad any largeraamber at $1 M eaeh. . Any person sending as a dub of Twenty, er more, will be entitled to aa extra eopv. For a club of fifty, we will send the Seal-Weekly Tribane; and for a club of one hundred the Daily-Tribune will be seat gratia. We eea tonne to send Taa Wxzxlt Taiseaa ta Cler gymen for $1. . , r . Subaeriotion mav commence at anv tlaia. Term alwey cash ia advance. All letter to be addressed to HORACE GRCILEY A CO.. , , , , . Tribune Bnildings, Naeaea Street, New York." V: D. MARKHAM. ATTOmYAT LAW RIAL tSTATSAGSJT, WBm CLOUD, KANSAS, v-rs-O TX71LL praatioe ia all tha Court ef Deal f V phaa. Browa. aad the adjoiaiag Counties) pay taxes for aoa-resideBte, and bay aad sell laada. Particular attention paid to eotteetioae ia Kanaaa, Nebraska, aad North-Went Misaoart a orncE on main rntcET. : aa.20,9-tf. :-.:, . $..:, :.---,--j f n BBLS HYDRAULIC CEMENT jest J.U received, p ateaaer CamabeU, aad Cor sal bv S. L. JENNINSS. s,g 4,Mf. Ague Cure, aoa raa nraiar cvaa 0 tatetmittamt rerar, ar Fever aad Aaaa. Keaaitteat rerar, Chill Fever, iw Agaa, reriodical Headache, er BmZ! EaaAaca,aad Bilioa Fereu! taw tha whole claaa af disease aiZ aatiac ia Biliary ieraageateat, eaasw fty the Malaria of miatauuie eaaatriet! Ko eaa remedy ia loader called ta by iv. awamiiai of tba American people thai 7! and safe care for Fever and Ago. gTV we are bow enabled to offer, with f!2 eertainty that it will eradicate the !? and with aaauitnce. founded oe proof, tku ao barm an aoa frota its us ia anyq. titr. That which protect from or preventt Uj. disorder must be of immense ervice m tu eommnaitie where it prevails. PrtaaatiomZ better than core, for the patient escape, th, riak which he must raa ia violent attack, tf thi baleful distemper. This "Ccas" the miasmatic potion ef Faraa ana Af front the system and prevents the dereloL meat of th disease, if taken oa the finaTsL poach of its premonitory symptoms. not only th beat remedy ever yet diacortnd for thi clam of complaint, but alto ti. cheapest. The large quantity we supply fat a dollar bring it within th reach of nrrr body; aad ia bilioa, dUtri eta, where Fry, An Aoct prevailtf every body should htvtlt and aa it freely both for cur and protection. It it hoped thia price will place it within th reach of all the poor aa well ta th rich, a great superiority of thi remedy ever aT other ever discovered for the speedy and re,, tain core of Intermittent is, that it coataiat BQaQuinine or mineral, consequently it pro. ace i no quinism or other injuriout tenia whatever upon tbe eonitinttion. Those cuisd by it are left at healthy as if they had arm had the disease. Fever and Ague ia not alone th conteque&ct of the mi annatic poison. A great vtrittyof disorder arise from it irritation, among which ar Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Hrtdtcht, Blindness, toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Aaa ma. Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen. Hysterica, Pain in the Bowels, Cout, Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomtek, all of which, when originating in this eua put on the intermittent type, or become pnkd IcaL Thia " Cvaa' expels the posnn arm the blood, and consequently curt them all alike. It i an invaluable protection to inuai grants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarioua districts. If tak occasionally or daily while exposed to the bv faction, that will be excreted from th lyttta, and cacaot accumulate ia auffieient quantity to ripen into disease. Henc it is even mart valuable for protection than cure, and few wJJ ever suffer from Intermittenta, if they avid themselves of the protection this remedy if. ford. m Aycr's Cathartic Pills, FC8 ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAULT PHTSIC, are ao compote d that diteaas within ths ranetof their aetioa eaa rarely withstand or eradeutav Their penetrating properties search, sad cltute, ana invigorate every portion or tne Human orgu itm, correcting itt diseased action, sad rtttonss ita healthy vitalities. As a consequent at tbtt propertiea, the invalid who ia bowd dowa vita tain or physical debility is astoniahtd to fad kit ealth or energy restored by a remedy st tact simple sad inviting. Not only do they cure th (very-day eompliitk of every body, but alto maay formidable tot dangerous riin ins. The sgent below start a pleased to furniah gratis my American Almtuc, containing certificates of their rare and dirrrtiot for their use ia the following complaint : Catfnt watt, Uaartlmm, Haodack anting Af" atmimti StcmuKk, Noama, ttotyetf row. Pant in ami HortU fnoctton of tha Boataia, Flatulency, Lou cf.4pn hta. Jaundice, and other kindred ctmpluttt, arising from a low state of the body or obtuurtioa of ita Aincojona. They are aa excellent alitratiie for the renovatioa af the wood and tat rtttocv tioa of ante aad ttrength to ths system dtbliuu by disease. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, FOB TBI alviS COBB OF Coagha, Cold, Iaflaeaxa, nearteaeaa Croup, Bronchitis, laeipieat Coataaa. tioa, aad for the relief af Coatumptirs Fatieata ia advaaced stages ef Us disease. So wide is the leld ef It usefulness tnd st e aierooe are the cases of its curt, that ahmt avery section of country abounds in prnoni put lidy known, who hats been restored from slanurf and even desperate diasascs af the hints br ia as. Whea once tried, ita superiority sier etrry other medicine ef its kind is too spparent to tmp observation, and where its virtues ar knows, u public sm longer hesitate wkat antidote to emplty for the aUstrewnng tad daagarous saecootis of thi pulmonary organs that are incident to our elimttt. WhUe many inferior remedies thnut apoa tat community nave ailed aad been diicanlrd. But ha gained friends by every trial, conferred benais en the afflicted they eaa never forget, and wv dueed cures too numerous aad ta rtmsiaabisw beforgottea. DR. J. G. A YER St CO. LOWXLL. MAS. FOR SALE BY Shreve A Macy. White Cloud, Kaats. Dr. J. W. Reed, Iowa Point. McAllister A Lett, LaCsvcUe, " A. J. Miidar, Highland, Peter A Nepbler, Oregon, Mo. ,Zook A Baldwin, Forest City. Barnard A Co., St. Losit, wboleiatt. Van Lear, Brittain A Hardy, St.Joteph.de. And by Agents in every town ia the I'mtis States. . f.b.n.SJ-ly. ST. LOTTIS Tjpi and Stereotype Fonndry, nuTni' rauriiHnro amhowx. 1 Established la 1819. ATtTTttr A PF.F.B3. 37 oai 88, Locxut Street. St. LoaM, Jf-. TYPE-FOUNDERS, and dealers in all it nf PmM. Maia and Ornamsatsl Typs, Newt, Book and Colored Printing Inks, nVeasri. News, Book, Cap, Letter, Eavelope, Colors and Manilla Paper. , Jm. We are prepared to furnish aaaplat PHattsC Office, at tbart notice, and at Eastern art Besides Type of our own asnufsctare, ws eaa 811 order (elected from th Speeiaea L. Johnson A Co., Cincinnati Type Coaner A Sons, White A Co., VT Wood Type, from Well A Weoa, - i Wa ua alaa the aathovised AgenU for a- A Co.. Taylor A Co.. Cincinnati Type T ssa7j J. D. Poster A Co., 8. P. Burgles TowetT' hfeaefaetarior Co.. aad Northrop Prm rTt?BewBprnubllhingtbi Zm' to the amount of ava dollars, e.7f eopieaef paper to a, will be paid whew mi purchase, five time the ameaat la type. ' Xlecarorypiag sxcented at short bo. at aperior meaner- piMi: oet.8,7. g,Av" - - ATTENTION I HAYING rtflued and enlarged my -W anrtfna aatabilahaent, I aa bow prs? ted with areaptaee. Gawd aad Cam pete at Wovkmea an- 5 ?-(!:r kaaa eleeu I wfll be Sfwaared to da eniaalsg a tat of July . Tae wm a rTZl. tbeoid.t..d.itf -iJr?'rrTTibi. Me- r juBef.SWmw. 7 - ALLEN HO LLC RAFT. v Plasterer, 'ararTTtT CLOPD. rAltSA". . t r f prpard at aH time to xeeut JJJJJ,. . la WaBfle.eah a PUaterinf. C'V" eta., aa aert aotiea; at ff' JT.it k 1. tbe very baotistyl. f"MV aatocaeahtWMtoCfewd. rf1'1' ed to do work ia tbe ban maaaar, ae a fl soaable rata. Parson at a distance, as as an other, may rely spesbe.sg aeeea- v