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' Frotectiag Time Croat Baft. There U one Iking that I am willing to eom- aunicate to year reader, u it U in Mateo and will do them much good tbia spriDg. A rar ago the bugs ate op all my melon and cucumber in apite of me. Last spring I thought I would raise aom whether or no; and I had made aome boxet of old board and ahingle mt ioebe wide, one foetequare- Tfaee I intended te over with mUlinet when the time to plant aad act them over the hill; the atriped bng vara at thick in my garden I had no other hope of neceu- Wfl the time earn to plait, aad a anal no arilllast was randy and not half enongh bexee mtit Eat I set the ready made boxes over the bill to keep the chiekeat from them, inten ding on Monday to go te town aad get the mi! liaet to eorer them with, a it was now Saturday light. Bat as I had la ate a quantity of gae tar that day, it oeeured to me that these striped bun never fir down in their coarse without lighting on something; if I should damp the edges of the boxes with this, it would not only tend to confess their smell bat also to repel them from the edge of the board on which they hare to light before they can By down into the hills. I did this to some fifty hills or perhaps more. The next week I forgot the millinet till the boys cam and told me that bugs had eaten up all the melons aad cucumber. I went to look. and found indeed that (hey bad shamefully eat en upon erery one of the two hundred bill with oat boxes, bat not a aiogle one had gone into tbt tarred boxes. I noticed also that the plants la the boxes were moch greener and more Tig' area than those ouUide even that were net eaten. I then got aome water and washed off all the bugs on the unprotected hills; made some mora boxes and tarred the top as before aad put thwm orer, and the remit was not a singls living bag earns near again. , Now these boxes eoet but a trifle aad tar eaongb for a 1000 hill can be bought in any ity for a few eeat to go around the boxes. And they achieve three important remit for the young plants. . 1. They keep off all rhickens. 2. Thsy keep off all bugs without further trouble than setting them on when the hills are planted and tarring the edges. , 3. In a sold and windy exposure they bring the rine forward fro m one te two weeks earlier than otherwise would come on by the shelter aid warmth they giro them; especially if tar red on the whole inside so as to draw and add to their material warmth. If any of your frisad win try it and do not find that this pays wall to lovers of good early 'melons and cucumbers, tell them to send their bills on to me and I will pay all the damage; bat by the way they muat stop the bottom edgee of their boxes so that no bugs can get under though the hole be left open. Yours truly, J. B. Traits. Salsify or Vegetable Oyster. , The writer has just been supping gloriously on a dish of this, ons of the most delicious of win ter vegetables, and therefore feel not only com petent to (peak in ita praise, but also deem it a grsatful duty. The salsify is a biennial with a long tapering root, resembling somewhat a parsnip, though seldom growing more than a loot long, or over an inch thick at the crown. Ita leaves are long, narrow, and graaa-Hke, and the flowers which are produced the second sea- eon are double, and by no means devoid of beau ty and interest; they are followed by winged seeda that bear some resemblance to oats. These seeds should be closely watehed, as they soon take themtelree off if not gathered in time, Always save your own seed when you can, for it is a difficult matter to get such as is good end sure to grow in any other way. It should be planted on a rich light soil, which baa been plowed or spaded till it is deep and fine. When land i not an object, it should be plan tad In springy about an inch deep in drills two and a half to three feet apart, so that it may be cul tivated with horse power. As soon a the plant are well op thin them down to one in a place aad leave them three or four inches apart. Like the parsnip, thsy msy be left in the ground over winter. But a better way is to take them up 1st In the fall and pack away in the cellar in moderately dry sand or earth. They are very easily grown, and no one who has once eaten them well cooked, would willingly be without them; and yet they are not commonly cultiva ted in the West. They are prepared in various ways, but to our taste, they are beet stewed in the same way that the veritable bivalves are treated. Cut cross wsys in thin slices, and tew for at least two hours, add milk and other seasonings; and yea have a rich and beautiful dish fit for the refined palate of the veriest epi euro. Ther are two varieties, the white and the black, but the first is the one usually cal tivatetl . Prairrie Farmer. JTew 91 ode of Raising Seedling Pota - toe. ' A correspondent of the Ohio Cultivator says: "After tha viae having sssd balls on have been well dried after being frosted la the fall, collect as many bails a may be waated, equeex the pulp out in a basin of water, wash all the pulp at by frequent rinsings, spread the ssed on a board, sat open the kitchen mantle until well dried; rub them and blow oat all but the beat and heaviest seed. Sow them the next spring ia fc hot-bee a you would tomato aeed, and at the same time yon would raise early tomatoes, transplant after spring frosts aa soon as the ground will pulverise well into rich new or well manured old ground, ia rows one set in a place two feet apart each way. Cultivate well by hilling up the yeung Tinea growing to prevent their falling down and mildewing prematurely The better the Ullage the finer will be theirsue, and the more abundant the yield." The arrpssondent aaya: "From one red equare of rich ground of clay coil I raised by the above mode the last season two bushels of aome half dozen distinct kinds, from the seed balls gathered from the pur white Neahanock, three-fourths of which were large fuH-eistd po tatoes, although planted late ia the spring. " Plant Peas Deep. Peas should be planted four to eight inch dees, according to the soil the lighter the toil aha deeper the planting; and tha ground, is hoeing, kept level wilTproduee more, come just aa early and bear longer, than If planted accor ding to the old rule of two inches, and afterward earthed ap ia hoeing. Try it. So'aracc tLuroauia. Mr. Gardner, ia the Country Gentleman, say on of the most pros perous farmer la New York State, ha not plowed ia hi manure for the past tweaty years, depending altogether on "surface manuring." Lettuce, for a second crop of Salad, should be aewa about the end of the month. Omri eaer's KontUyJor AsrO. Fee should ba eewn every two week to ob- taraa Ce $ itn of Cing. TEE C053ZCTICTJT CXTJSADE. A!f IDYL OF THE KING. ' Ctaatsntwt, taWIUaat baa, - Ham jtii km .Was tBtaat, Witt Baekiaraaa, ia atlftat k etaad Aialaat gmi Jhm the flntj aad Inm ia wiata, balk twera ay Gala, T &aaaT eWf (MOa) aVaWf Aad, UHMfk ha ham afSffat acta atea. Bullttrintatti fit aaHata a Ftraaaaa Wood, Ami saita ia aee.au raia: Waal wU raa hat ta wia fait ra r Baia pot Feraaada: "Cart! Willi fol aa braa I trill barwt-. Kay. til, a firMta fchtaiac Th sols' meat aaa froa tfcaa, Kiaf Jaaat; Tha tnss, as-tatt aa Caia" Tan Jaaat Jitpatobatl Si Fltrnm tan, A a Am hit CU-kr am A latg eaaaat mt fallow -toys. Bat fa aeLO.IT. ail to: Fttaaade, aaa ay fc.. WW aa iasahiaf svataa. His anattrfc. Jtwat Ifca Fliat, If With aon aaueitf Bates" FarataA tail: - Year feat ar Bala, Ami ttaady ia th jaiatat That it aaa total for thaa, mj Kiax, Bat have tra eat Five tmmtsl 1 ata a airy, aaa ia tpnth, Aaa Cathia( aail. a valprr Cm aa I, hath af at aaa attach Aa data ally at Htlptf Frraaads ltd tha k-nifktl host, Aad alayaS tha Cotbaa aard; Bat la tarprisa Ceaatctleat, Ha earn thoarht Be'ari. Ba draak Kiaf Jaaat'esSm dry, Aad Mill far aor did bray; . Bat, walla ha thaatad: Tata a ant." Tha foe eriad: -Couina Claw! Aad whaa tha April eraaiar eaae, Aad earaiea itiTltd lit rait, Ba heard as aboati of Rule tine Jmnu." Bat nj-JPril Flm Ha tan eatbraaad praad Barhaftata, Why eaaaet ha S-mmrtr Tha bah, alas! was aids awahr; Tha lit my pear. Mr. Slow. The Boston Pot reproduce the following moral reflections of Mr. Slow: " Bimelech," said Mr. Slow, extending his arm like a pump-handle, "you are now old enough to understand the words of wisdom being eleven and a half, ia other words, half- past eleven and I with to advise yon never to interfere with anybody, nor to interfere with nothing that don't belong to you. Shut your- elf up, like a gold eagle in your pocket book and don't get (pent in too much concern for other. If people is inclined to go to ruin, let 'em go if they're a mind to what basinets is itofyournT If neighbors quarrel, what bus! nes iaitof yournT Let 'em fight it out Why should you risk your precious head in trying to save themT Whea you trade, alien look to your side of the bargain, and leave the one you are trading with to look arter his. If he gets bit, 'tain't your fault. Take keer of number one is Scripter, the real golden rule, and he that acts onto it never can die poor. Never hare anything to do with sympathy. Sympathy doesn't pay. Tain't worth one per cent But if yon must be sympathetic because it' popu lar, be sure before you begin that it ain't agoin' to cost you anything, and then p'raps 'twill do to invest in it Nobody never lost anything by not being generou ; o lay by for yourself what folk expect you to give to poor people and other vagabonds, and when yen are old It will not depart from you. You will have something to count on to make you happy. Fay your doe- tor' bills, confound a hospital, and buy a grave tone full of exalted virtooe. Be careful, Bim elech; alien look arter the main chance, and beware of ympathy." How He Gained Self-Ooafidence. The following incident is recorded in the an aala of Indiana legislation: My old friend, Johnson W , then barely of age, had been elected to represent the Coua ty of P , in the Legislature, which wa about to meet at Yincennee, in 1819. But let bim tell hi own story: " When I was near Vincennes, I began to think what a sorry figure I. a green country lad would cut in an assembly of all the wisdom of the State, and it required all my resolution to keep me from turning back. Somehow or oth er I managed to get through with the swearing in process, and sneaked away to a seat from which I hardly ventured to look up until the Houie adjourned for dinner. On returning to my hotel, I was rather gratified to find that was to have a room-mate, a brother member, who, as he had made at least ix (peeche dur ing the forenoon cession, I naturally regarded as one of the great men or the House. After dinner, he came up to our joiat room, and care fully closing the door, pulled out of his pocket sn enormous old-fasbioned bull's-eye watch, and handed it to me, with this remsrk: ' Uncle Jake told me, jnct aa I waa startinr that I ought to have a watch, and loaned me this; but I dont know how to screw the thing up do you?" - -1 walked into the Legislative Hall,' that afternoon, with the most unlimited confidence in my ability to discharge all the duties incum bent upon me as a legislator." The following eloquent passage is from the speech of aa Illinois attorney in a criminal case: "Was that man dead, aad had I his body un der my control, I would not bury him in the p'easant grove, nor yet in the beautiful valley where cfreams meet; neither should his loath some carcass rest in the rich prairie; but I would trantport him to the frigid tone, where ic per petual snow and eternal Winter; there I would delve his grave. I would dig it a thousand feet deep; I would bury him face downwards, and on bis back write no aracaaaenoK. A little girt, having been sent to a ebon to purchase aome dye stuff, and liavinr foreotten ice nam or the article, said to the clerk: " John, what do folk dye with!" -Die with? Why, the cholera, sometimes" replied John. Well, I believe that'a tha name: I aant anree cents' worth." Sheridan one day met two for, aha thna Mt a1 s a a . . uippauuy aaoressea Mm: "Ieav. Sharrr. a. have just beea discussing whether you are the greater.! or rsjw; what is your ammo. . boyT- Sheridan, having bowed at the compll men t, took each by the arm, and instantly re plied: "Why. faith, I believe I am betwn them aaa. "Peter " Mann." Where is your father T" " Don't know, marm. Spect he's gone up inter the huckleberry paster, arter the cheeo; cox I aeed the Widder Higgins goin that Vay with her basket, about fi fleet minute ago. What did the blind wood-eawyer take to re ctor hi aightT He took hi hen, and saw. 1 tetsefnJ aift CnnmtSt Care far lag rowing Naila. . . A correspondent of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, (Dr. N. Greea of Hartford, Con a.,) cute that cauterisation by hot tallow i an immediate cure for ingrowing nails: fie says: t . The patient on whom I first tried thic plan waa a yoang lady, who had beea unable to put on a shoe for several months, and decidedly the wont ease that I have ever seen. The disease had been of long standing. The edge of the aail was deeply undermined, the granulations formed a high ridge, partly covered with skia. and pus constantly oosed from the root of the naiL The whole toe waa awollen and extreme ly tender and paiaful. My mode of proceediag waa tbia: I put a very email piece of tallow in a spoon and heated it over a lamp till it became very hot, and dropped two or three drops be tween the aail and the granulationa. The ef fect was almost magical. Fain aad tenderness were at once relieved, and in a few day the granulations were aU gone, the diseased part dry and destitute of feeling, and the edge of the nail exposed so as to admit ef being pared away without any ineonvinieace. The care was com plete, aad the trouble never returned. I have tried this plan repeatedly since, with the same satisfactory rf suits. The operation causes but little if any pain, if the tallew is properly heated. A repetition might in some cases be neeessarr, although I bare never met with a ease that did not yield to one application. Admitting the theory of Dr. Lorinser to be cor rcct, the metfu tftranii is very plainly to be teen. The liquid cautery insinuates itself ia every inrentice, under the nail, aloag the fiatu la, into the ulcer at the matrix ef the nail, ae accompliahing In one minute, without pain, all that can be effected by the painful application of nitrate ef silver for several weeks. Pathology of RheumaUass. A writer in one of the English Medical jour nal annalyse the prevailing doctrines regard ing the intimate nature of rheumatism, and ob jects with regard to the lactic-acid theory, whicb may be said to be the one moet generally pre vailing at present first, that lactic-acid ha not been thown to be in excess in the blood of rheu matic patients; second, that eren cupposingit to be present in excess, it would be difficult to trace connection between this circumstance and the exadations in and about the different fibrous structure ef th body; third, that other acid being in excess in the secretions, and therefore possibly in the blood, they may be as much the cause of the phenomena as lactic-acid; fourth, that in regard to the theory attributing the dis ease to suppression of the cutaneous secretion, it U doubtful whether it i preceded by greater suppression than th prodromata of all inflamma tory diseases being with them; and fifth, that the extreme tendency to sweating which occurs during an acute attack ef the disease, may be much better explained by another theory. In order to establish a theory of rheumatism, the writer next analyses the phenomena of the dis ease, and finds that fatigue, exposure to cold, mental emotions, or some other depressing agent, exercise a paramount influence in ita-pro-duetioa febrile symptoms making their first appearance, followed by local effectiona in some fibrous tiseu. . Core for Cancer. Mr. Thomas Anderson give the following receipt for cancer, which he aays, ha been of great service in several dangerous cases: "Boil fine Turkey figs in new milk, which they will thicken; when they are tender split and apply them as warm as they can be home to the part affected, whether broken or not; the part must be washed every time the poultice is changed with some of the milk; use a fresh poultice night and morning, and at least once during the day, and drink a quarter of a pint of milk the figs are boiled in twice in the twenty-four hours. If the stomach will bear it this must be perse vered in for three or four mootbs at least. A man aged 103 yean was cured about six yean before hi death, with only six pounds of figs. The cancer which began at the corner of his mouth, had eaten through his jaw, cheek, and half way down his throat; yet be was so per fectly cured ae never to chow any tendency to return. The first application gives a gnat deal of pain, but afterwards each dressing gives relief. A woman cured by this remedy had been afflicted ten yean; her breast bled excessively; ten pounds cured her." London Paper. To Detect Arsenic in Candles. Take a piece of gold coin, or a gold collar or sleeve button, and suspend it over the flame of a candle, (one or two inches above,) taking care not to make the metal anything like hot After being thus impended for a few minutes, cool and rub the piece, and the eublimated arse nic will be found deposited on the polished sur face of the gold. It will be amalgamated with it, and eihibit a white metallic luatre, like infe rior silver plate. It ia well known that anenie ia uaed very extensively in the maeufactur of all or most of the various sorts of composition candle, whatever nam tbey assume. The community ought to have some protect! oa against this mode of disseminating poison. To Make Good Coffee. Brown carefully in a slow oven, giving it a finishing touch with a quick fire; but on no ac count alllow a kernel of it to barn. Shut it np immediately in a close canister, lest the aroma escape, aad grind it aa yoa require it for ui do not grind it too fine. Mix a coffee-eupfull of ground ooffe with an egg, pour over it a quart of boiling water, let it boil fifteen minutes, add half a pint of cold water, aad take it from the fir. R amove tb cream from a quart of milk, and set the milk over fire; when it boil, poor the coffee into it; add tb cold cream, and sweet en to your taste . TeCry Farmer. . fad Mortality. W Ieara that Mr. Nugent, of the 4th Ward, ha lost three childnn, within the laat tea day. by th fearful diaease called Putrid Sore Throat Fat bacon, cut ia thin slices and applied to the throat and changed frequently is said to be an Infallible remedy, and about tha only on w hare heard of. Very simple; and for thi rea son we fear it will be rejected aa aa absurd pra- criptioB, Spring JU1& (O.) Ktfutlic. A Beautiful Experiment, If an acorn be suspended, by a piece of thread, te within half aa lack of aome water, contained ia a hyacinth glass, and no permitted to remain without being disturbed, it will, ia a few month bunt and shoot upward ita tapering stem, with beautiful little greea leave. A young oak tree growing ia tbia way oa a mantle-shelf of a room, ia a Tory interesting object A French eovtras has fixed th next deluge om time ahead. It will not come off ontfl the year 2859. 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In each department we shall endeavor to assist in improvement and instruction, and make it a favorite with the younger portion of the home circle, by so treat ing of subjects that a desire to more thorough' ly understand the true science of fanning shall prevail, that the calling may be looked upon as it really is, the most healthful ana independent one known. The list of practical contributions will be much enlarged another year, and no expense necessary to make it tha Agricultural Paper of tne w est will be spared. The paper will ever be found the working- man s inend and advocate. Terms of the Prairie Farmer for 1SSO. GREAT INDWOBhLaUitlfl. One Copy, one year $1 00 Three Copies, one year 5 00 Six Copies, one year, and one to agent 9 00 One additional copy to the club agent for ev erv ten copies over six. For each one of fifty person sending the nrst lists of twenty subscribers on above terms after this date we will give a Bound Volume of I hi rxAiaia r aaaia for the last hair of the present year. To the firet six persons, who will send us lists of fifty or more subscribers on above terms, we will give a copy of rotter Unabridged Dic tionary (pictoral edition) containingrett kun dred illustrations. Friends of Trk Paaiaix Fashes, yoa can do much to extend the usefulness and circulation of Thi Faimetu Will vou not try T We will send sample copies and prospectuses Ires to any who will try to extend it cireula tion. iiAfressEMERYftCO., 204 Lake Street, Chicago, T.l. nOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia. A Benevolent Inititution ettabliaktd ay toecial faonwananf, for the Relief of tha Sick and Dtttaated, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diteoat. rpHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view -L of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, sevenl yean ago directed their Consulting Surgeon to open a Dispensary for the treatment of tbia clam of uiaaaaev. in an menr sunns, sua tu give jblui- CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who aaplr by j .1, ai - ? s . . 9T letter, with a description of their condition (ace. occupation, habit of life, Ac.) and, in eaae of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDCINES FREE OF CHARGE. Tb Directors of the Association, ia their 1st Annual Report express the highest satis faction with th success which has attended the labors of their Surgeon in tb cur of Sperma torrhcra.Seminal Weakness, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, SypbiKa, the Vice of Onanism or Self-Abuse, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, c, and order a continuance of th aatce plaa for the ensuing year. . i An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or seminal vr eaknesa, the nee or Onanism. Mas turbatioa or Self-Abuse, and other disease of the 8exual organs, by th Consulting 8arron, willbesentbymail.(inacald envelotMlFREE OF CHARGE, oa receipt of two arurr for postage. - Address, for Report or trealm en tvDR.J.SKIL LIN HOUGHTON, Actio r Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 1 South Ninth Street. Pbila delphia, Peaa. aept. 1,59-1 y.- MARRIAGE GUIDE! YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK, or, Every one bia own Doctor Being a rnvaie instructor for married persons or those about to marry, both male and female. Ia everything concerning the physiology and relatione of our sexual system, and the produc tion or prevention of offsnrinr. inef udinr all the new discoveries never before givea in tic Eng Hah language, by WM. YOUNG, M- D. Thi is really a valuable aad interesting work-? It i written ia plain language for the general reader, and i illustrated with upwards of one hundred engravings. All young married people, or those contemplating marriage, and having the least impediment to married life, should read thi book. It discloses secrete that every one should be acquainted with. Still it i a book that must, be locked up and not lie about the house. It will be tent to anyone oa the receipt of twenty-j f re eentc Addreo DR. WM. YOUNG, No. ( 41 fi Sara St.. aber r carta , FMtaAtsasara-, TDK IErT-T0RK T21SOE.; Tax Taiacaa now more than eighteen yean old, and having over Two Hundred Thousand cabecriben, or constant purshaacn, diffused through every State and Territory of oar Union will continue in emenoe what it ha been the ejjpeet champion of Liberty, Progress and of whatever will conduce to our national growth tn Yrrtue, Industry, Knowledge, and Prosperity. It will continue to urge the emancipation not onlv of the Black laborer from chaltleiem and legal impotence, butof the White t twlse from Land Monopoly, In temp ranee. Ignorance, and that denendenee on remote Markets which par- slfxes exertion by denying to Toil any adequate and morally certain rewai d. Believing that the chief evil of our time is the inordinate multipli cation and disproportion of Non-Product rs, it will continue to war against whatever tenda to degrade Manual Labor or deprive it of it jut and full recompense. It will infiexibly com mend the policy of winning hither from Europe the Useful Art, and, wherever ney mj hmHmI. tha Artitana aa well for whose products our country is now runningreckleesly into debt, war K Sim nno ltnw. mam in frnitleaa OUUSt of Cm- nlnrment. learlnr -their children in want of bread, though the farmer is too often compelled to sell bis crops at most ioadequata pi ices. In short, while battlme airainsl Filibustensm and every other manifestation of that evil spirit which seks through the epoHatioa of other countries that aggrandisement which is to be truly attained only through the duo develop ment and cultivation of our internal resouroes, It will urgently advocate a more-effectively discriminating Tariff, the Frtedom of the Pub lic Land, the construction f a Rnilroad from thc navigable waters of tb Mississippi to those of the Pacific, and every other measure which seems to us calculated to enhance the dignity or the recompense of Labor- aad promote the well being of Mankind. . Th "irrenrMsihle conflict" between Dark nese and Light, Inertia and Progress, Slavery and Freedom, move steadily onward. Isolated acts of follv and madness may for the moment give a seeming advantage to Wrong but uou till reigns, and the Ares are true to Humanity and Right. TheyearleXiUmustwitnessameiuo rahle conflict between these irreconcilable antag onists. The question "Shall Human Slavery ha further atrenirthened and diffused bv the pow er and under the flag of the Federal Union t" is now to receive a momeotoue ir notconciusiTo answer. "Land for the Landless, versus Ne groes for the Negroless" is the battle cry of the embodied Millions who, having jnst swept Penn sylvania, Ohio and the North-West, appear in the new Congress, backed by nearly every Pre Stat, tn demand a recognition of every man's right to cultivate and improve a medio cum of the earth's surface wherever b ha not been anticipated by the State's ceaaioa to anotn r. Fra Hnmea. and the eooaecration of the vinrln soil of th Territoriec to Free Labor- two requirements, but one policy muat largely absorb the attention of Congresa through the ensuing session, as of the People in tha succeed ing Presidential canvass ; and, whatever the Immediate issue, we eansot deubt that the ulti ma'e verdict will be in accord at once with the dictates of impartial Philanthrophy and the In alienable Rirhta ef Man. Having made arrangements for fuller and mor graphic reports or the doings or uongress, ana of whatever elss traspiring at ihe Federal Me tropolis shall seem worthy of Public regard, and having extended both our Foreign and Domestic Correspondence end strengthened our Editorial staff, we believe Tax Taisoai may safely chal lenge a comparison with any rival whether as an exponent of principles or a a reliable mirror of the passing world. 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Far' club of Fifty we will tend the Daily 'Tribune one vear. . r THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE ia sent to Clergymen at $3 per annum.- i it - Tho New-York Weekly Trtbuae, f- t a large eight-page paper for the country, 1 pub lished every Saturday, and contains Editorials on the important topics of thc timec, the new of the week, interesting correspondence from all part of th world, Th New York, Cattle, Horse, and Produce Markets, interesting and reliable Political, Mechanical and Agricultural article, ac. We ahall, during thi year, aa hitherto, con stantly labor to improve the quality of the In structive entertainment afforded by THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, which, we intend. hall continue to be the beet Family Weekly-) li ewspaper published in tne world, w e con aider the Cattle Market Report alone richly worth to cattl niter a year' tubseklptlon pric. . ' '., TERMS t, ,,...-,,- On copy, 1 year, $2 I 5 copies, 1 year.: $3 3 eopies, 1 year, $5 1 10 copiec, 1 yv $1$ Twenty copies, to ana addrtao, ':t i . $30 and any larger number $1 eaoa. 1 : w 'u, - tO eowies, to addrtao of ouch ttmUariier,- $24 ana any larger aamber at SUM each. - ,.w Any person sending aa a etub of Twenty, or more, wilt bo entitled to aa extra con v. For a club of fifty, w will aead tho Semi-Weekly Triboae; and for a el ub of one Iraadred tha Daily-TriboDO will bo seat gratia. j. Wo eon tinao to aead Taa Wrxxxf Taistnia to Claw gymafor$l. : ' .- . . , i a t .-; Suhaeriptioa may eommeae at any time. Termc alway cash ia advance. All lUn to be addromeo to " I .' t- ,.. r: HORACE GREKLEY fc CO., .-.n r .. : Tribune Baildinea, ? -Naaaaw Street, New York.' V. D. MARK HAM, .vk ATTOSSKTAT LAW REAL ESTATE AG ETT, wurrx clouds kakias i j 7 ILL practice ta all th Conrta of fooni-' .VV phan. Brown, and thc adjoining Counties; pay taxes for son-residents, and. buy and sen land. Particular attentioa paid to col feet Ions ia Kansas, Nebraska, aad Kartb-Weat If iaaoari orricE ox maix tkeet. fa.90,59-tf.' -.T'- --;;v . an'i ; - - - - I 1 A B3LS- HTDRAULiCjCfMEXTjuat LU roetBTwd, par wtewmer fm. Campbell, aad for sate bv - XIar Cure 1 mi voa Taa anxsv ocas Xaleimitteat Ferer, or Fever aai i Kemitteat Ferer, Chill rever nl!? Ague, Periodical Headache, or'itir' ; Headache, aad Bilious Feri i,!,10 . tot Ue whole class of disease, .7 . mating ia biliary deraagemeat, J.' fey the Malaria ot mmsiaatie eatmni " No ori remedy is louder called for h. ? aecemitiea of the American people tim aad safe car for Fever and AruT c wo ara aow enabled to offer, with , ,a certainty that it will eradicate the tUZ and with assurance, founded on prootT" no harm aaa arise from its use in asy,' That whici jootects from or prevat. disorder must be of immense service 7v aommunitiea where it prevails. Prtin better than cure, for the patient eac-V risk which he must run in violent atuaTj tha miasma tie poison of Fxv uD from the system and prevent the derdV meat of the disease, if taken. on the fu2" preach of its premonitory symptom,, li not only tho best remedy ever yet diatovaJ for this clam of . complaint, but iw j cneapesx. ia taigu quantity we mr-v t a dollar brings it within the reach oa The large quantity we rup- body; and In bilious, district, where Frrn awd Aous prevail,-every body should ami. uvi iu-3 .sit ana protection. It is hoped this price will place it withi, S reach of all the poor as well at th rich, i great superiority of thi remedy ora mZ other ever discovered for .the speedy end tn tain core of Intermittent ia, that u eoatriJ nojsfiuinine or mineral, consequently it dace no quinism or other injurious e&ca whatever upon the consutuaoo. These cond by it are left as healthy as if they had it, had the disease. ... - Fever and Ague i not alone the conaxniaie of tho miasmatic poison A great vanttyaf disorder arise from ita irritation, among which ara Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, At ma, ; Palpitation, Painful Affection of th Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Coli Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stemtck , all of which. When originating in this caua, put on tho intermittent type, or become perioa IcaL? Tbia -Ccaa" expel the poison fraa tha blood, and consequently cures tbca all alike. It i an invaluable protection ta isuai granta and persons travelling or trapnrtrily residing in the malarious districts. U takta occasionally or daily while exposed to tin in fection, that will be excreted from th mtna. and cannot accumulate in sufficient qutouiy to ripen into ditease. Hence it i even mar y aha able for protection than cure, and few will ever suffer from Intermittent, if they avail themselves of th protection thj remedy af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, fCH ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHTCH an composed that na withia the rut af their action eaa rarely withstand ev end mm. Their penetrating properties seaita, aad dtaaat, and invigorate every parties of tat koaaa eicaa iam, correcunc; ita diacaaed action, and itatuhag ita healthy vitalities. As a couaaqtirnca af uW propertiea, the invalid who is bowed dowa with pain or physical debility ia astonished to kit health or energy restored by a remedy at oact t aanple and inviting. Not only do they cum thc every-day eanalasDa ef every body, but also many fbruiidaut ae dangerous tiiaeasea. The agent below aaatd pleased to furnish gratia my Americas Aimatt containing certificate of their cures and diitnoa for their use in the following complaint! : Cttt am, Biartburn, Headache arimg from ttjsrtWtJ Stomach, Kttuua, Indigcttion, Pain in ami Merita Inaction of tha BowoU, Flatulency, Lorn efApmy tttf. Jaundice, and other kindred ecapiataa, arising from a low state of the body or oiauaata of ita functiona. They an an excellent altmoa for the renovation of the blood and tha mora, tion of tone and Strang' hYtbs systsadaUiuud by disease , Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rom thb sarin crai or Coughs, Cold Iaflaeaxa. Hoarsen Croup, Bronchitis, Iacipient Coasaap. tion, aad for the relief of Coasumativ Patieat ia advaaced stage of th diaease. ' . So wide is th field of it usefulness and to is meroua ara the eases of its cures, that linost every section of cantry abounds in perton ina nely known, who have beea restored from alananf and even desperate diaeasrs of the bines arcs use. When one tried, its superiority nm ftny other medicine of ita kind i too apparent tana observation, and where ita virtue are knowa, at public no longer hesitate what anudou to tnpior for the di treating and dangerou affectjont of la pulmonary organ that are incident to our chaatt. While many inferior remedies thrust upo tha community have failed and been diacartea, 9m haa gained friend by every trial, eonfentd senaa on the afflicted they can never forget, and pr. daetd eon too numerous aad too xrmaixiHst h forgotten. , v - nuAtm by DB. J. C. AITER & CO. J.OWELL. MAS!. FOR SALE BY Shreve 4 Macy, White Cloud, Kaaia. Dr. J.W. Reed, Iowa Point. " McAllister A Lett, Lafayette, " , A.J. Milder, Higblaad, " ( -, Peter fc Nephier, Oregon, Mo. Zoefc fc Baldwin, Forest City. Baraard fc Co., St. Louis, wholetale. Van Lear, Britlain fc Hardy, St. JospB. And by Agents in every town in hJ'. 1 State.. . , fb.n,S-'y- x -. . . , ST, LOUIS Ttm lid Stereotype Foaairy, - rxnrTMS' nrJjniHuro wiraoM- Established la 1S.0. r AT-i-cvw . PERRS. 3T nti 33XocmI Sintt, St. Lcmit, Jf-. mYTE-FOTJNDERS, and dealer la all triad X of Presses, Plain and Omaanntal Tjp. New, Book and Colored Printing J.,' Newc, Book, Cap, LeUsr, nvlepc, Cirwi and Manilla JPapcr, . , - -' -ji-V. W ar prepared to furni.h ! W OffloM, at abort notice, and at tetera BcaideaTypaofcurowa maautactarct "T fill order, (elected from tha Speeicw J? U Johnson fc Co, Clarion ti Conner fc So, Whit fc Co.. G l"r Wood Type, from Well fc Webb, "F ' W ar also the authorised A"" f2 fc Co.. Taylor fc Co., Cincinnati TyP '""ra J. D. Foster fc Co., S. P. Bajrglos' VISL Mrmfaenrfcg; pi.:, and": KortiroP Tf ' fcoynew.paperpubli.hiiigthalfrl to i ? amount o .v , dollar, fS eopi. of paper to -uv wiU V? " preha, fir time the twoort ls ryP- g r Kleearotyping execatod a bort wom. -aparlor saaar.,-i ; J-'S till-1 . eaa-MT-w a.LAMw HAVl5d reftWaad .carding aataWUh.tat, I am J?., d lo do work in tb bed ""r , waH oaablo rate.. Pcraoaaata 't'lIto a all thr.aay rely apoa botag 7"7T td with prm4aa.-- 1 ""Vv. Good aad Ccaapwtaa Worfcaw aw j :it , ea employed. , . - I -illbr.p.4 LXi Jet of July Tb. bu.s- will be J" Jan .s-3: ' - -ir ALLEN HOLLRArTanj " "rtHITi: CXOtCD, XASlAf,,, IS peeparadatalj time t Jr"Ztmt, ialiiM.ac aa rh JjS etaoa abort aotie,! J71Twx BK 1 J MX 2S. inwti eartHM- aa be la Waa4 CKswd. fftfiv