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THB VAÜEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRÜB INTEREST OP FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN.
VALLEY FARMER. From the Hanl New Yorker, Whlthrr are We Tending. Ths quantity of guano import ed into the United S'ates may be Ml down at about 200,000 tons annually ; this, at $55 a tun. (which is about the price demand ed.) will take out of our country $11,000,000 for imported man urea, more than equal to half the average amount of all the grain we export. Exchange Such statements as the above, naturally load the thinking mind to the qutry Whither are we tending? The fact U a startling one. Eleven million dollars ex pended for one variety of import ed manure in a single season, and, it must be remembered, the use thereof is almost wholly con fined to the Atlantic States. The figures speak well for the liberality of American farmers, but each one is a volume of in vective against their waste. Whn wo consider the compara tively email area of sail to which the bulk of this importation is applied, and that, at no very dis tant period, the country now us ing this enriching material was as fertile as any under the sun, and, lurtlicrinore, that; the -amo pro- which gave to sterility the "Garden of our Couutry," are still in vogue throughout the length and breadlh of the land, the matter assumes an impor tance which places almost every other question connected with the I rr interest m a secondary position. Tho chnrgo that tho American p.. lute wui wonderfully pleased with anything bearing a foreign imDrcss that tho peoplo wore aping tmns-atlantic customs and j m - m m manners, and that we would pay a higher price for articles from abroad no better in themselves than home productions but eiv- ium to the European j me tno pr stamp has been often brought ( to our doora. and to a greater or less degree, wo have been com pelled to pleat! guilty. This, hoT evor, has been the phase of city life, but igriculturMU uro ftst b- M a BBS i. is fares- to th tolly, We uso tiro term follij, for the law ol nrcettiihj need not have the re motest connection with such trans- actions. It the farmers by this expeuditure, nre pouring a stream j lost," ami mako judicious appU of fertility through the land, they cation of the same, worn out farms aro also, by refusing to care for j will become the exception, all our tho sources ot tho many rivulets Hands will prove fertile but let in on their own possessions, every ! attention or carelessness rule in year permitting rivers ot the wat- e.'sot nie to be lost. iSot one firmer in ten collects the manure that he might, and not one iq fif ty gives to this product the care and attention ho should. Agri culturists toil with all the enerirv awfflf possessed by them work is made tbe equivalent of a profitable crop, and the only means by whioh such labor can be made to pay saving very thing tir.it will enrich and invigoroto tho soil is over looked, nlmost altogether. Frmnkliu loft a record of a life long experience "a ponny saved is as good as a ponny earned" we must husband instead of lav ish, must accumulate rather than expend, or American farmers will VaWpW BMBJ aysi esHvt iviiif mi IIIVI "11 , t . , never ontaiu a competence, anu the final issue will tcrruinato in bankruptcy. If an improper and wasteful system of agriculture impses an annual tax ol eleven million dol lars f tho supply of food to im - povorislfed land in enly a portion of the Union, to what imint;nsitv will this sum grow when the on tire country needs supplies com monuMto,with its extent of sur face? Wht'ie tiirming is oonduct d as it ought to be, the products of the soil may bo made to ex hibit an annual increase, and that too, without going abroad to seek for tho pabulum on which voreta- tiou is to grow und flourish. But W Bd how is this to bo accomplished? f'ir.v Every individual in commencing a firming life should know that good calturo tonofits land, and that its opposite hat precisely the contrary effect, and no. only should ho be aware of this fact, but his exaniplj and influence should be promotive of the right end. Qrcond A careful husband trig and generous application ol the imrvires m ine upon his own (arm, must be the rule. The burn should be constructed in such a man nor as will warrant tho full est saving and preservation of all animal excrement . both solid und liquid htoekhardt estimates that of the manure of meat cattle, fitty-threo per cent, liquid. Up n this hii-i-, the Secretary ot Massachusetts Board ol Agricul turocalouhtes that in his State ,'tlono, there is a yearly waste oi tins to bo aoromnliutr.' this material, equal, in cash value, to seven hundred and fort) -eight thousand two hundred and thirty dollars, and the loss in the solid portion added thereto, wo'd make a total of one million twenty-nine thousand four hundred and eighty dollars and he adds, all of this might be saved. The urine of a cow for one year, it is compntod, will furnish G72 pounds of solid extract will contain as much ni trogen as 5G0 pounds of the best guano, and so large a quantity of potash, that by combustion, at the commercial value of the later ar ticle, it is worth from $20 to $25. But. this is only ono of the means which might bo made tributary to the fertility of the soil. The forest leaves innumerable muck beds, wash of the streets, hog pen, sheep fold poultry house, the farmer's vault, ash bin, sink-drain-iegs, waste of manufactories, saw mills, &o., &c., cil are waiting but the farmers calling to yield their treasures. We may be met by the asser tion that it is profitable to use guano or any of the manures bro't from abroad, which, tor the sake of argument, we will admit, but if it pays to bring these fertiliz ing properties thousands of miles, it must bo a profitable business to protect the same ingredients when made at home, ine im portatioo of these fertilizers may auger well for the enterprise of our farmers, but wo would give more for the influence of one. who, purchasing none, made eve ry exertion to increase the size and value of the manure heap on his own land, thau fir him. who, expending thousands annually for 'guano, phosphatic or animal man- uro, at the same time, suffered tho production of live materials on his lurm to Ie wasted. The , true principle is to mako a right ultu7r ,n.n, within KK..w.v-, ; cut of the knife, that in future years our uso before we go abroad tor woud renUire hard labor with the help to put our own shoulders 1 taw, and leave large wounds betides, to the wheel before we pitiously j Mild days of winter afford good oppor Jmnlnro J,.n5tr nr.nv nnAnUn tn 'unities for pruning and shaping e ees bv sj w aw B' wr m w e sj m w i assist us out of the difficulties in- to which wo have, not unwitting ly, plunged. In speaking of the value of manures, Prof. Nash uses the following language: I will not say that manure is the farmer's gold, but it is that which brings him gold About in pro- portion as the barn-cellar, the yard and the pig-pen, are rilled with manures, will tho purso be filled with shining metal; and what is more, about in the same pro portion will the fanner have the exquisite pleasure of seeing eve rything else on his farm shine." If farmers will "gather up tho fragments so that nothing bo this depaitraent of agricultural economy, and failure inevitable result. will be the 19" A country lawyer, some years since, thus described part of his apparatus: "Now, gentlemen, thi.s hero wessel is full of air, and tu it 'ere wessel is full of wao uin." In Cork, a short time ago. tho crier ot tho court endeavored to dispose tho crowd by exclaim ing, -All ye blackguards that isn't lawyers, quit tho court." Why is a tavern a contradiction in termsT" because it is an 7i convenience. LOSomo descendant of Solomon those who III I at lias wisely remarked that , t0 Uw-fur d , Brc ure , t tt rT A gentlemon the other evening objected to playing oarda with a young lad y Im .vuiv -.In' lud aticli a "winninij ay about her." ! jThou raina'st in this bosom." astheehup said, when a basin of watrr , "as thrown over him by the lady he waa serenading. XfT Tu : motu tunnela like a skilful engineer. '1 he nautilua ia a navigator, hoietinc; or taking in sail a he goes, or casting anchor, at pleasure. Lkt 1'r.oPLi Talk tho man that has no rnemies may at once conclude that he has no parts, for it ia as natural for little minds to envy and detract from tit at which is great as it is for WHttr t0 k a levl- . . .s i unrn äs goou auinoriiy lor scanüng that the English gorvernment has eng i''d an Indian sir pent char mer t go and charm the Russians out ! of Serpent Island. as-Paildv Vina a rival wrrnaa tty sfZi aatiy nas arivai across trie En jiah channel. In speaking of the w.tr, vc, the fari constitutional says: We see everywhere in France invisiöie hand of Providence." the FA certain dyspeptic, whose plisic:tl inability to work was attribu ltd t" indolence, adtistd by a medical friend that the only way he could ever convince people ho was sick, was to die. The bachelors nre an unrallnnt set of fellow A, an annual supper a few unit's ago. the followintr was one of the toasts: Our future wives L)itnncc lends enchantment to the view." et-fr.M'iuhew Linnberry u?cd to say. "If you wish to have a shoe made of durable materials, you should make the upp-r leather of tbe mouth of a hard drinker for that never lata in water." WlNTKR MaNAOEsUNT CF Fill IT Taaas Thoae who bavo no wly trans planted orchards nnd fruit gardens, hould remember that win tor afford opportunities for n-ndorini; them im portant Msisiance in growth. Where the toil is not rich enough at the time the tree are Ml out. it may be made ao afterward. The bent lima is to apply manure to the aurfaee in th tall; and after undergoing a thorough washing into the toil by the (nil, winter and springs rain, it ia to be spaded or ploughed in before the heat of the summer. If there is any reason to apprehend injury from mice, the man ure used for this purpose hould be either well rotted or fa- from straw or coarse fibres, which might afford a harbor for these depredators. If no application has been ma le i.. autumn it it still not too late, as the late winter and spring rains will do essential service. We have found it advanta geous to add to the manure about one 'tenth to one-twentieth of wood ashes. The spent nahes from the ommon domestic leach is still quite strong and valuable for this purpose Washing the bark of young trees, which is infested with moss, scales or eggs of insects, with a soluHon of aal soda of the shops, gives the bark a fine, clean, healthy appearance. Any mild dav of winter is a good time for the work. All fruit raisers will remember for a long time the heavy losses experi enced last winter from mice. The sharp frost of the past month, togeth er with the small amount of snow in most localities, has served to check them and we hope not to hear from them soon. Hanking up around the stems, as wo have heretofore describ- edj h always proved , m08t efficienl remedy in all ordinary instances: but if this has not been attended to before the freezing up of the ground, tt will be an important precaution to tread the snow about the trees a few inches on each side, whenever there is a fresh fall of snow or fresh drifts. Owners of young orchards who wish to avoid thick, badiy shaped or distort ed tops to their trees, should remem ber the old rule: "Just as the twig is bent the tree's inclined:" A crook ed shoot now will make a crooked t-xjih when the tree becomes large; umutl ni-raww Ki-iritsa will raa UrfA nroil branches, an uneven head at the start will make a loo-id d follr rrowa tree By the head when young ev-j 'T tlunmsy be done with a single young trees.- Country Qtntlcmcn, Jan . SALT AND fll TTMI. A Boston butter dealer, who ptirc- hasi's immr'nso quantities of butter in northern Na-r Vork. is in the habit of Nrnuincar loaas 01 sail gratuiiouaiy to thoae with whom he has made contracts, ao mach depends, in his opi- niun, un wx' aina 01 sun. i nc croand rock salt is is most valued. For the most select use, a little fine white sugar, worked into the butter is a great improvement. SiNOiNO birds are amateur musicians und excel all others in harmony. Hardly can we decide which of them most excels the lark, the robin, the throstle, or the nightingale. Oa feathery wltif they rove, Anil watte with harmony inn grove." -aTA queer looking customer inser ted his head into an auction room and gravely inquired: "Can I bid. sir?" "Certainly," replied the auctioneer. "Well, then," said the wag, walking off, "I bid you good night." WTur caterpillar is a silk-spinner far excelling any other in his line of business; indeed, we conld notleain an art that would supply any silk worth the name without him. With what wonderful properties and powers has it plened our heavenly Father to endrw the lower creatures! Sacsaci-makimo. At this sausage making season, perhaps man of your renders will 6nd it conveuient to use the following rule: To ten pounda of meat, put one gill of salt, one gill of sage, ono half gill of pepper, or, if preferred, one half quantity of sage and one half gill of summer savory. Tin fire-fly and the glow-worm are lamp-lighters. Tho bee is a professor of geometry; (or he constructa his cell o scientifically, that tho least poniM amount of material is formed into the largest apacea with the least waste of room. Not all the mathematicians of Cambridge could improve the con struction of his oells. Nor can the best hermetical scalers among us pre serve provision so well. Carpet- Hwrkpes' The Seifntfi. American describes a carpet-sweeping machine, exhibited at the fair of tho American Inaiituio in New York. It consists of a small box in which there ia a revolving fan, that sucks up all the dust and dirt, and carries it into a small compnrtmentcontaining water, The wooden fibers and large particles are deposited in a drawer. The sweep ing is done by pushing the box along over tho surface of the carpet by handles. The whole apparatus is light and simple, and will outlast a thousand brooms. No dust is created, and the sweeping is most thoroughly done. professional Carbs. GI0 TOLT.4in)iO. q. JTlmTJTf .-ATroR. NhV.I aTTaW. Tiff.-., w.nla.le'a Hloek West or Court lloute, Rroekvllle, Ind. ' T B. DAVIS, M . Ü.,- F VMICI A N A HUB. i J, qkon Vri. a. ...p...iie Tyner Kim be-, "".' Maiaetraat, Brook viile.iBd. TTT MORROW,--ATTO If. NF.Y or COU.NNktL If. i-'K AI LAW. OrricB, So. ?, I Halle Hutldlag.Urookville, Ind. 8143 THOMAS J. WHITE. - not it v PUBLIC I.. SSL, I hb., will take tlup.i.ltions ami 'sc knowl.lnieuis,and attend to Notarial buslne generell) . JOHN V KEF.LY, NOTARY PUBLIC TTKOtVryViri.K, I.MllANA, IS PKKI'Alihli to draw end take ackuowledgemenls ot Deeds Morlgares, Ac. OKFIC K Or.o door nooth of the Tyner Store. TR J W. 1LT,-"":kom dk.viim ll tllfO(KViri.eraD All work aswaa. warraiile-l. No v barge for exam In- dkLaJBSUB utiou or a.lviee, fBHksaV I have constanlly n hand s mp- I -I r ply of both Fnwiler and Hruthe. Also, rtonks snd stationary at the lowest retail prices for rash Orrti a ona door North of the old Tyuer Hlore luoe87 CYBU8 KILO0RB,-AT roiiVK.v at LAW llro.k'OI. I ml. Or, Hb, in the old Count) tide Buildings, mi ibe fubllc Htiisre it '..I w J F. have on band s t"ooi syortmitnt ..f Hool, Sboe. itpiier. f.ulte r, Buak In. Hoj a. M is ses snd t hlldrou. Also Mr. II urrl's celubrsl--sd aktnandlle,alebprlc s. octiu TYNBBA KIMBLB. CINCINNATI. A NEW LOT OF I .In-1 rrrrliril nl ",. in I. .lit si ft LOVES OAt'.Tri.KT, IIIIUVEHS, V- U dershlrti, Hosiery, "eei-llei, MiilHars, Wool Heart.., Comlnrta, Collar,, Coetom-tnede Shirts sn.i iravitling Sbnwla: together with evry 1)1 ml quality In We Man' Furnishing l.lne. Pur- chasers will save Thoraselros time ami trouble by all Inf directly st Jlo. In ami tntUug thstr Vtnc tlona, aauty rack la now Ilia large! and ntoal complete Hum nn tfjMI I" Hi anio II SS We, l on lit Mot.nUlnt. Thanking" Uta public For put patronage, would sotten a continuation in weir invor.. WAAC P. HMIllt. Mo. 10 Kail Fifth street, opposite Ue Uvttnlson Flos, Clnolnnstl, O. Nov 14 3m THK ST0DÄRT PIANO. CINCINNATI, OHIO, Agentsforlhe most celebrated manufactories of lbs Union, desire to call lbs attention of bnyers particularly to the sbova celebrated Instruments, o( wbleb they consUulty keep aploudld aasort meal on band. Eon swbstbbbs, oratiTv, n buislitv os tons, rovrss or bstsimiso both tomb abd tubs, OB LIT AI y ur MBIUNIM, rBKfli - tiob or rtai.it, bbosbt SPS ABILITY. THBSTODAKT PIANO IS I'MSUKFASKU. Flano Hall, No?8 Fourth si., near Vine, dee U ly Groceries. MY stock of Young Hyson .Hun powder, Imperial A Blark Tos Ula'ao and welltolectcdof Isle Importation, pure and fretb. Aleo, Prime Klo, Java, Mocha and Laguagara Coffees; Prime N. O. Sugar; (.'rushed, I'owdured, I ....if and Clarified Hugars; Golden Hyrup, N O. and 8. II. Molasses, Cuba Honey, Klee. Malls, Window Class, Seamless Hags, Colored and white Carpel Chain, Cotton Yarn and Cotton Hailing, with every article usu. ally kadt by Grocer. alTofbcat qtiallllic. war ranted to give satisfaction. for sale In qualities to tult.at the lowest market price. AAKOX A. COI.TEK. 8. B. Corner Main m Seventh Street. Cln'll.,0. May IH 1833. SEALS1-ANI) PRESSES!!! kjKAI.H OF FIFTY LF.TTKI.s oil I.KSK Willi H Hall' PurctiMlon S3 Seal of 30 letters or less with Kvcns'Percuss'n $3 4 a it ii ii it .1 ii Lsver go Povico extra, from 1 io s.'.jii Notary Public -! In Percussion, $3 In La ter. 8. Court and Corporation Seals, with large Lever rresees from aiv to a-'... Duplicate inattor for the Seals Write plain Mind your I'saml J's. Address C. P. HALL, Kofernneea: Sasl Kngraver, Business men 14 Waat Fourth lnet orcinclanatt. Cincinnati. O. ITTT. A . Goodwin will act a agent at Ilrooh vlllefor tbeseHeaU and Preaae,of whom the) can be obtained at the Manufacturer price, march 14 THK IMPROVED i ITTI r ß I A J T L I I La k U I aH R patrnteii vi ii j m, mat; Improves February, ISM I .loiibt'e., i. !.' i-ii ton anions' Ci" ti.ol I mnor taut of mmlern lime,, for the ue of the eil sil v!e. fnrnier ami itock feeder and the universal favor with whlen It ha been reeslved from the flr more than anything else, sitests It utilllyan I u nerloritv. For portability, linpltrlty of construction, and rnnvenlenre of n ihn I. title Olant has no eonnl It welsh, from 3 lo 5 bnmlreit lb., according lo site, ran be put In operation by the farmer In 90 minute, without expen or mechanical aid, then aitjiialed and ued with ronvenleneo by anybody. These Mill are guarantee;! tntho mol poalllvw UTÄ'Jr- d.'raiifetneni, snd ear corn, and grit. or One hnmony from auelled corn, with a degree ol eso and couvenloneo for farm purposes, never attained betöre. Tee subscriber I now prepared to furnlihtho farmers of rank Un fount) wtttt Improved pal tern and sites, to suit the varied wants ol all. Mo. t, Is offered at 90 complete, ready lor at larding the tiara, and warranted t cruah, of dry corn, lObuabnlsof feed per bour with ono horse. So. 31 M, Will crush VU bushels per hour. No. 4 at tuo, will crush .1 bushels per hour with two horses. These mills will be delivered In Krenkvtlle, or sny i lacelu ihoiCouuty, at the Manu lecturers prlcea. dec 13 Ices. W. H. MUI.KOKU. Hole Ageutfor Kranklln County . j Ai o a inn T. II. k. . . JACOB ERNST, WBJOsVaSALK & MKTAIL HOOK 8KLI.KH, sialiftaer, Printer anl Hlank Hook Msnuluc lnrer. Nn. Hit Matu Street, Ctncinrall, keeps con - slanlly on hand a full ami complete assortment ol Hlank Hooks. .M.'itioraniluuis, At., of Ills own .r 1,1. na.nl , SSL "f I loa .aid' To in an ti fn ft i p.. Merchant. Ilank i-ra i .'iii.lv Court, Vi .. Iii tin I our llliuik a unertor iiualily. 1'iirtlt ular atti-mloii i.a tbe manufacture of Hlank Honk, ruled and bound io an; pattern, wilh printed head when re quired . TT7Our Bne Itlank Hook are paped. A No, u lull and complete a,,orlti..-nl of Mleeel laneou stnMchool Hooka, Hiatlouor. &c. Pur cliaaersare respecttully Invited to giro a a call ourturm and our prtcea favorable. Cincinnati, Mar. Ii 14.IKX1. HATS AND GAPS. NPRINU SrVI-KN. WE tntrodueed our Hprlng Klyle of lists, with several near and beautiful stylos of Cap, on Thursday, February 81st. We bavo no heiial!on In saying that we have produced a Hat wMch canno: be surpassed for HKAUTY OP UENiON, KI.KOANCK OF PIMNll and tbe ofl,eaay manner to which lists iho bead. HUM A IIUPKMN, No. 130 Mal n St., Weelslde, doors below lib, Cincinnati. o. rnarKly I. JBNNINII. t . Bt'TTsariai.ti. j.ri.aSK. JEilSMfMHELIMM WMOLKKALI GROCERS, lo. A I M M sun ir, WEST HIDK, MKCOND DOOK AHOVK HIXTII, And . ff Nlxtk Mi.it, OnrCINNATI, 0. HENRY FALLS, WOLtSI.B 4SD SSTStl. CARPET WAHKIIOUAE, No. 10 Kasl F.mrt iiilwoen Main and Hj r- Dclsnsil, O., I.AKtlK MtX K OF artieta, QaHSle Qoods, rail trade, to which In amor.' Nt NOW KK.t'KI' F.ngllah and An I'll..., : .M . . a ro.pei Ifull) invito Iho uttontlon of the put.lle. sep m ly par JL Jesse . Hlootf NO. 3 11! MAIN ST. BKTVEK H'I7, A Mi '. Ki:KI.-ontauily onliand a beautirul aor meulof ll.l rs AND CAPS, oftha mostfsshlonable klud. He Invites hi old frlundsat Brookvlllelu give lilm a call whenthey sleltlbeetty. stay ?, iHaS t ft. &m.mm .ww;v Ws raft liroadwa) ami Kiflln Innall, Ohio. M. omni -ut. loinli,alid (irave Monei, Mai' le Manllea and Hlalnary. llallinial runt., Manrnl Tsblels, Urns, Vases, t.sr.len Klgures,t'aliiieiBiid Caan tar slabs, eke. Ae,oontanl!) on hand end f urnls'ied lo order. Tbs I'rade.upplleit with Marblia llloek and Hlab.orHawed olofder aiartd dll EXCELSIOR MILLS. Prom ihe r.iiiulrer, Oct 8S, JT-w.ajoo au.vsa Sst iwiiims to ths V slsior Votxu Aaaasea Caaa ms Cos Mill at thb ltb j IbbiM4 Statu Kala. Ws see by the Ittel al rsBSftS of Iho eotntnlttee eppotile.l lo ilecld, the cl ultcligt' lieltveen the pro-1 pfldtors the Young AiBerlea Mill and the Little titan t Mill, have award I Ute ilver plate the ror- , mar. The eeli-brsted Young A uterina I the mill 1 that took thi ft rat preialutti sl the Ohio Slate rait a I for iltu last two yars. Als the silver eup at the lest trial with the unproved I. title liisnloi. the v.' l uf gatsfaeri last, on Ihn public landing in this el. ly. The fal.e statement of Hie l.lltte Olant Com. pany IS the contrary notwithstanding. The Yonn America Excelsior Is slwasnn exHbtileu and ready for irml bj tho BStsnlgad Bad bJ recotiininn.led to farmer a puiising ail the advautageof an other itiuchine Kir grinding, and Is eminently superior ill llagnn- . ding urfaee, tieingcttal ring, r.-uuM ulile and ru j itewable at plus ire. If your Young Amerlcs, wear out. ou c.n r-pl tco tho old by new rings with ihn Imming surface . Por salo, an I will lie put up at tno ri-siuence oi any rentier ordering or purchusiig, and folrl) ami ...... ..-..I. irU.I. Lv W. L. Kakji Uta I.V L'o. oi l 81 1.J tr SAMUEL MARL ATT, BLACKSMITH-, MalnHireol.Soulhofltie Putillc Knuare,Kaslld ft n,ll lllte. I IS ll . ALL KINDS OF BOLTS AND screw inaade at the shortest no lice und mibe beeliaaiinar ALSO I pay parllcu I r itlentiontn r ipai ring allkliid nl Machinery, warrnnirdto ha aa wnll done and Bl a low lit Icea acanbrouudny where Id tbe Waet malti W lu ca AHTKD-'WO bushels Hrled Apples, for whlrk wm will uav lite It tr test market urica r-, - . i I w . l. . rasUBBas at to. C0NNER8VILLR oonnrr.Havii.i.i. Iron Foundry. OKSRMT THO MF SO . (Sueesssar to W. P. Gebbeart) Wliolniuls ano Kelalt Dealer In i in., im. iND ii hat i mi sravrs, ABB Castings of every Description. (Tynxoroon Monroe street, a few Joori Houlb of ilia Court Mona... CO We keep eoaeto illy on band the largeat and hel aoriineuiiifCioklng Hlovss In the valley and bav Int recent y IncresMd our facilities fo. muiin luriurluf, wo have determined Iossli. sud hiRRin r our Stove in. I caallue AT CINCINNATI PRICESI Waoodllnue to manufaclurs lbs Stale Pair pre m Ium HATHAWAY COOKING STOVE, now admitted to ho the asrr cooking lovu In the Untied Nuiesl Wa alio mauufariurs the Preml u in or Step CooklnaNtoves. with 4 or I) boleiand larr ovene. VVeare preoarud to furutsh. wmolbals and SBTAlL Sad Irons, Wagon Boxes, and Irons, ao., c, at city Prices. A funeral assorluieulof TINWARE, EAVE TROUGHS, 61 HOUSE SPOUTING, kept on baud and made to order. Job f cstiiKjtt of all kttiits T made In a a.arlor manner, at short uotloe. Having employed experienced womraeu, we IdvIM eipeclal attention to the fact that we war raulour Mlove to perform well, andjour calling generally to be of good male rat or the money ru lunoed. N . B. Old Callng,Old Copper, and Couutry Produce taken In Exchange, .Ma) ip-sa-iy W. W. FUYBARliEli ft CO.. Wiini.a.ALB e KbtaIL UaaLBBiia Paper Hanf Dry Goods, Carpets, uurs, (CHINA. GLASS AMD QTJEEHSWAltE.I Hoots, iNhocM, llaus t:ap, atraw (aOOitS A ., AND MANUFACTURERS OF IIUNM IH AND lflANTIlM.AK, CONNEESVILLE IND. may Ii 'Uly NiwALBANY. r. Childs i co s MoverrljinBalm Pill TOiiniifnrtorjr , (ronton. N. r., Jan. I, P. Child A; Co. Genie; Having racalvea nifi terlat bi-ucHl rrnin your Kovorniarn Halm pill, I deem ll proper lo state ibatlwo year uro tho Aral of tht srtaiaf, having been eeverely aftliileii far the lsl twenty year previous lo Hist time with Rha iuiallani and rrlsk In the bark, I bought two hoxu of your pill, and took them aeeordingto 'lirertlom, and buiorn they ware gone 1 was sa vin ly cured, and luv nol tunVrt-d from the rom- B la l nl tinea, anil I won l.l a.. I ! plarrd back whuri' I wilt hafnrt' lak lug g )t-in For ono hundred dollaj. cheerfully recommend thorn to ad that way a a sure remedy. 'I U.U. J. HaLCTSO. HEADER, reason Air. Rrnwn gives fur as y for aelllaglbe Sovereign Halm one Rive bailer reaaon? Ha a u good medicine plaaae procure I would, the any person Please notice tin klngforan seen Pills. Could rn der. If you want s bm a ihe oerllvsi e i' sudglvs Ilium a trial. Avoa. Wis., Jsn. BS, '33. Messja.A. I . Iturleigh V Uro., Oenls. The csueo of m ) asking tbe sgency for selling P. chillis .h Cu.'i Oriental of Sovereign Halm I ill Is not for speculation slone . I bare used them iu mv fam'.l) fr ibo last seses year, and Snd no other medelae as good. I cured myself of the l.lver Complaint sl tlio rommsncemetil of thai tlnio.aiid cured slmostall kind of disease since with litem. I have been plagued to find them since Itefl Walworth county, and that I Ihe ran,, of my requesting lae agency ago In to sell th m. Your with respect, uso. Raowa. Tho fullnwtna from our Immediate vicinity I respectfully proented: John H. Ma: ell, New Msyivllle, led , Aug 17, H',', , VI III' V "I believe yon r pill lo be a good medicine, and ss the people tike theta, and frequently all for ibeni, you will plosse sand s upply Imiaodtale. ly.-' ; imsn. Sutton's Point P. O. Clay tu. Ill Dee. It, write: .'I have (bid wbai pill youregenl lefl Ith me o I wise you to send me a fw - n boxes n yoor Sovereign Halm Pills Immediately. What I sold gave atltfactlun." Daniel t roee, Perry's P. O., Lawrence co,. III., Nov. ID. I8U, writes: "I have sohl out all the pill your agent lefl me ami could tell many more If I had thoot. The pill pn ved very eAcaclow oud gave geueral ss- wrciton." Head the following: Bokes rsoB'sSBa'1 ilnrrlson eo., Ky., July U, i, :,i,. j Messrs. A. S. Burl 4 Uro Gents; Youi Sovereign Halm Pli. eve proved to be a great remedy heje for Thllis snd rev er, Colds, Uresst Cwasptalsla and l))spepsla. As I have sold sll that were left with me, and as there is o large de mand, ou will please send mo a fiesb supply Im in sil lately, anil oblige Yojrs, Wat. Parros. ny win inoea w no are amicteu i. '.iu the Hovorelgn Halm pill will set the y rights, and will be of ootold value? Nu ft biÄ b.' 0f ds Co.'. Why will Ihosewbo ere afflicted budtate wben ystem to Now dou'l a Pilt- I'hey will clear Ihe avateui nicely, without uiak mg )ou sick either. I'bey are mild In their operations, bur pane Halo the whole sjstoiti, removleg every obstruct, tun. I hev act utiou tt.e akin, kdueya. lungs snd bowels, these betas: the chsnimls psovlded forcer r)lng off all Impurities from tbe system. If they become clogei, disease is the almost certain re sults. Thea pills open Ifta pores of the skin, proinr .e a prop, r ditt-Large from ihu kidney, earry off all phlex! and otber humors from ibe lung, and by the bowel remove all liopurllle Ibal cannot pa t) any other outlet, along with tbe refuse of the natural food. NOTIC F.. The genuine Oriental or Hovorelgn hsvu mi I'm- wrapper ol each box the soniatlonor iho manufactory. Halm Fills above repre A.M. Burleigh Hrn., Few Albany, I ml Pro- prletor lor the Houlh ami Wot. M. W. Hallo, Hrookvlllei Charles Vancantp, MeUmnra; K. B. Fuller, Harrison, Ohio; and dealers In raedtclue generally. Juno SO BR00KVILLE. 4Time is Money.' 1 lOW. IC. CI.AHK alblinew stors.onodoor " south oftha V A LLr. Y IIOUNK keeps constanlly on hand a general stsorl mentortewelry. Watches, Clocks, sllverspoon,raaor, and sgrest vsrleiy of FANCY ARTICLES, such a are uiuelly kept by Jewelers. He Is pro- J ie red also to retielr old uwelry.sml louleansnd repel r clocks ami wstchr on resaouai.li' terms and at short notice. Mo w III also take nldallverand gold In exchange for good. nov iv -an ('ANA I OAT "mm. WAtf nie M 0APT WM SUDLER, Urll.l, make regnlsr trips weekly from Ashlsnd, Kayelte county, to t im in null, touching at l.i'iri'i, Metantora, llrookvllle, llorhnaier, snd other ilnalrnUlii pol uta , tor prelghl ami I'aaaeuger. lhn"Va)ite" will leave Ashland, Laurel, and M.'Uuioru. for iho , ii j , ,,n M ln)s, ami llrook vllle on Tuesdays or each week, and relurnisg. will Ii'iim- l'o-. ii v on r-ndavs reach llrookviii. Miitainora, Litun l,n ) Athland, on haliinl) o ei h i .'k The " Wayne" I prepared to do all kind of slii i.lng.and from Ihn lotig experience rf I'spl. Sn.i' r, ,.r.oii. w I. hi tig; t ..." I produce to Um ell), for sale, will tlml il lu their merest to ea trust il with him. Tho "W) no" will receive and discharge her freight at the v'arehoiin of Llurh dt ParejBwSr, uppi-f lamtiug, ir nut oluerwl directed, where smplusrrniiffKiiientswItl be prepareit for ahtpptng all kludaaif Produce, Flour and Murrhandlie. I'ouiiir) merchant, Millers, aud Blacksmith arerepeclfull) sollelteU for a share r their pal ruiisgti Ly ma) a W. L. FA RUI II t K V CO., A goats I'l l AM III AI THIN. LA Mr ACKM'V, f BTtLL AT TKN D TO THE BUSINESS OF a 1 resting money In wild or niiculilvateil Ismts, farms, and town lots; paying isves etc., lor por ous living at s distance . Fund can be aeul with sfely In drafts on Sew York, at it. iso wishing to put tbelr money where It will be sure, and yield a large per cent., ran have It so tuvealttd b) addrusslug July IS A ll It A IIA M CAHKY, t'adsr Fall, Black Hawk Co., Iowa. Watches & Clocks. n sf ii inno i iMM.us ms ai it TT vleot to tho rillten of 'trook villi-nnd vicinity , In Ihe capacity of Watch and Clock Hi. in-r ii iirt ICoalrir; rusk lug ami mending JEWELRY, &c Long experience und strict PUNCTUALITY are hi rocoramendatlons. Kho.3door North of Llnck at Kuruuhar' (lore. Give me a call every body, and I will warrant Bt!fucilon. der. I IHM Wanted. ,(),IMM Httahrls Corn. U.OIMI Oats, lO.IF-MI H-i.I.els Fl.iv Seed And all k lud of nratn and Crass Heed, for which we will pn) the highest market price. Hep l'i W. ti. FaBift'Hsa dr Co. SEA RÖKAN r A FOHTKK'8 Apple Peerers snd llovsy's ilorlng Machines, lor sale sl sep il w. L. Faae.vsua dt Co. 's. n.M INNATI. DU KORSH A S Alterative Balm, For Internal and External Use ThU Balm u warranted to rc- liove all RhcumatiHm, Strains in the Spine, or Spinal affection und Dyspepsia. Headache, or Stifl" Neck, Toothache, Earache, Suit Throat, Soreness in the Breast, Stomach or Bowel, or Burning in the Bronst, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sprains and Bruises, Burns Scalds or Frozen Parts, Crump Cholic and Bilious Cholic, Cholera Mor bus, Pleurisy, Flux, Fover and Ague, Piles, Corns. Mesh cuts or sores, Inflamation in the Head, Stomach. Bowels or Kulnovs. Summer Complaint of Children. Worms, and Inflamation of the i Stomach and Bowels, Croup and Scirlet Fever. Tho reaaon why thl Balm reachea all than, eas es Is because It teduce InOamallon, and arouse the iteration and nervou tytlem Into action, Tbl power I owing lo the peculiar combination or Medical pronem without their bain aeu- Irsllzed The medicine I perfectly safe, nut r.u- talnlng any deadly poison, or mineral. It will, r med iraidv. ad Im mod lato unon Ho vcr. '' and all other serretlvB organs. it mil the following Jertlf icatea. Prom Rsv.Jobn H. Plnley. Claclnnatl, March vlh.las. Ur Porsha This tilbo flrititmo In my long Ufa that I have given my name tu recomaaaudatlon of any medicine, ss a general remedy, though I hsve often b en solicited. I have ued your Altera lira Balm for nearly two year-. Am, for the rbaomatlcm In n.y blp and knee, of which I was nearly a cripple, tben for very severe bruises on two of my family; than a violent attack of dlar rhisann mytelf; then for Inflamation. for burns, bruise, snd for a very severe easo of alio neck, brought oil by s violent cold, snd I think I hsvu bad fall proof Ita med I h sl proper tie, In a groat many of the disease for which you recommend It. snd I have not found ll to fall Ina tluglo one of them. HUH, I do not ay that Ii I an inlalllble cure, yet ll Is my sober eonvlcllon, that ll Is the best compound forlhssa reniodlntfcr which It I recommended, tost I have ever tried , and I have tried many. I wlllnot, If lean procura It; be with out ll In my fi rally for sny ronaideratlon. Hop ing that you will still continue In compound It sä noitly.and lb at It may roltevs ihnuaands of Batte rers, 1 most heartily recommend It to my fei low -clilxeni as a most excellent Family Medldno. Youi j,uflecll nnleh . .1 ". PIM.EY. Certificate from D. L. Starr. I bavo known Mr. Forsha's Alterative Halm to perform a vorv extraordinary cure upon a bor. thai was very bsdlr cut, some tiro.- moce. I used II externslly, wtihgood c fleet. I believe It lo a perfectly safe and efficacious remedy lo be nsed in man cumplalnts. 0. L. st hi: Nov. SI, 1813. Pombbov. O., Dee. 1, '55. Da. FoaiH! Yeoj medietne ha r0mplct.'h cured mo, and I am hale and ctoul, and no l?ii of Kbeuinalle psln about mo, I am very thank that yon made yourepearanee to this ptai e. The Only re grel I now have Is that you ilid unt come sooner, a much sufferlnr nnd expense would bare been done away. I hope you may atwty be uc seeaful aa with ine.and live to a goad old aire, and sever safer with the Khetimatlsm, I have only used what Halm I bought of tun, and am now a asw man. Yours, truly, HÖHT. HMTY. I-BTsBT Fa i. lb, Melg Co . " . Ii'-c i:i, Ds. Fossms Dsaa Nib: Kou will recollect sol ling me one dosstt. bottles of your Alleratlvu Halm od board the steamer Ohio No.S on her upward trip, about tbe mh or l"ih Bf stsvaaiaar u.t I bavo sold It all but two buttles, and rsn say so far ss I have sees snd known it tried ll lias cured more dUeases, and In a (honor lime, than any me dicine I ersrhuew. It hs already become pop. ttlsr dure, and I could sell a large quantity or ll If ll wasg norrll) known that I always hud ll on band. I hould bs glad If yon would Bypath I "ie on agent (or Iho sie of Hin thl place, inasmuch Bt tho oUer mercaanla In ue place are ag-eni for other medicine not worth hslfeo much. If you du so. I will do all 1 can lo Ivo lite itietllclliu n wide rlroulailcn. At all events, please to and mc oil" .loacn .aiti of y 0 it r .llncrltii atse.l bottle and obllgo Yours, II. P. LA WRY. TO THK PUBLIC, this ts to certify that luv wife wa afflicted with the spinal affection and Jspepsla for ntuo years, and a large purllon of that limn t'tiiifliied to Iter room. 'I "tree Join la of hor back huiin wi-rn thiown out of place aud cur od, reused by disease and pain. Sho was quite bowed down In her stature during her Illness. We had three plt)alclans al tending her during ihu principal part of her 111 ness, but sbe experienced no permanent relief from Ibelr prescriptions. I sfterwsrds procured one Uollle of Dr. Forsha's Alterative Balm, and bj lbs time she had used ibat bottle the tell great roll. -I Mil. ii, cil Out en.it billies, w lien sue w ss entirely eured, sound and well, ot ber dlseasea, and her bark-bone has lost lis curvs, aud sho I a iraighl In her lature asba ws prevlou to the attack. Ws .isreby certify that we believo the tlnlm lo be Iho cest medicino tn ue, aud we be lieve ll to be s certain cure fot tho tplnal affection and dyspepsia, and cannot loo blchly recommend itlosny person sffllr'ed with ihe abovo diseases. We also And Han effectual cure In many ulher dl. essen In which we have tried ll In our family. (Signed) ALKA. CLAHK. MAKY B. CLAKK. Lynchburg, Highland co., 0-, Jan. 8, Lynchburg, Highland co.,Jan. 0, 'S3. Thl I lo cent ly that I hsve been iiftllcle.l for even or eight ynsr a Hbe iplnst sfferllun and dys pepsia, and a perl of thet lime was cOnBned lo my bed. I bad tiled tho vorlous remedies tried pre. scribed by the pbyilrlan who sltended me, but oblaiued no pcrmaneut relief until I tried Ur. For sha's Alterative Balm, It) Ute lime I had ud ihren or four bottle I fell real relief, and bad Bot used more than seven bottles unlit I ws entirely ..f II. m .knwa n.m..l .ll,,. I I....1 hi .In.. U the public, s well a to Ur. Or. Porsha, lo sUte the shove named fact,, and to :t) thsl I n- i the HALM lo be the best medicino In use, and cauol recommend It too highly to uffering huina- to the same and I able f, com pre.. Into vade me ally. I bavo ueed ll in many ulher case lu m fs- dlum compass the very quliilnace of mudlral tnllv Tor which ll was recommended, and It has clenoa on lltu important aui.rl ; as tho reaull of Tor which ll was recommended, given eiiliru satisfaction lu all cases. Jons Wat.iktt. I sm well acquainted with Aloxtndua Clarkand his wife, and slso John Walser, snd know the above statements to be matters of rsct, sud the) are person of recpeclabillly aud candor. Signed A.GIIILEK- I can recommend Mr. Forsha's Alleraiivo llslm as being the best medlelue I ever used fur. cramps and pain. Wbeu I bad tbe Cholera, I was cramp ed vrr ' much, and tn less than one minute I relleed ur all pains. I nave tried It fur ruts, brul sea, an I burna, sad fouud It to give I in mud late ro ller, wss taken with a severe pain in the back con d uot straighten to) elf, ami I only ruMmd lttw'oe,aud the pain left rao, and I wat as wallas I eve wes. It Is good for headache.) my son wsa attacked Willi a severe beadau-e, and in one-half boursfter bathing bl bnad, he was relieved. Yours, respectfully, J. W. A sunn. CertlSeete rrora N. 8. Hubble, or the I liiclueall I mil ii. Wubad a bursa thrown overboard frn m a OoaJ Flat, between two busts, and lasl In the gear, at tbe time, aud a sleambual pas.lng, which juiuiurd Ilia boats to gelber, with the ho struggling at the time. Ho wa very much cut und hruli .1--Arier we got him out wo applied Mr. l-'oraha's Al terative Italtu Treolv lu tbe cuts and hrul.i ., ( I peilliig, however thai the horao sm ruined. Ilul after alandlng about thlrly.stt hour., the herar wss put lo work, as wel I as ever, incept the .. .. r. In conseqtiunee of iheculahe got. Aud we would cheerfully reromtnend It lo ihe public ss the bosi medieluu we beve ued, and wu I'.i ' triml nil n he different klmla llial are in in', f j I concur with others lu recommit' dms Or. For- she's Alterative llalui as lite beat inn. Heine we sve ever uaed for liora ta, and alo ror cut and biulae ob the human peraon. A. H. HltStl.B i . rtiflYale from r hss. h. ttryant, K Clnelaaatl, Jan i, '0. Ourlng the um liter and fall ol l'4' I wa, quite III al dlferent lima, fnus dle of tbe disease uf i li j stomach sud bowels. Ily iho Srsl of Ue ember, lhaeoniptalnl,had,run litrough the various slagea uf the diarrhea aud dtseutcr) , and fluall) tbe piles set lu tu complete Uta almost Inlolureblii physical misery to which this laller coinplulul lie quenlty ohlutts tSe sufferer. I had been i unfliied 10 my bed fur about s wejk with thl. lust com plaint, and was very muco reduced. I hd appli ed to a skillful physlclail, Who hud prescribed ter tuo sevurul eaya, hut I auw no e l.li iit ytiiiitoma or recovery. Alibis point or lime, Kwislta lerallvoUalui caniu under tn) obscrtation r ilisldembltf persuasion, I waaludiici-d to it In small doaea ol a laaMv.uif ul as ol lun as a oX) urn ol tbo il i.i-ii, i cauio nil . in..,;. n I Al- ke it par- three uf these doses, wbea I lull decldouly belter end afterwards recovered w Hh such rtpldlly thai In twodaysaflrr leomtuencdd taking lliu Balm, I was entirely fren from tue effacls ol Ilia diaaaso. 1 believe the lit im is su excellent remcily for d)spepslaand iu kindred complaints, d)srrhea, d)seulery and the piles. I bssS made Ibis ilale nienlat the requel or Mr. Porsha, who kindly agered tee the medicine which I believe effected o cure In the above ease. Kopectrully your. Cass. K, 1 1 h s NT. Wholesale Depot, at J. fa C. Koukltlrl's, o.3l I I'earl-at. Cln. Ur. Foraba, Orui Mere, Norlh side or Fl.th-st., 3 doors castor Smith, Cln. O. I I taleb) 0. Y, Johnilou.M. W. Hulle, Slaugh lei Williams, J. Powers, l.inck c. FsriUb&r, anu 'in. I.. Farqubar.ln Hrookvllis ,aud by coun if) merchants geuerslly. ciicüiiTi mim ma tlesiiirii Mow sPP titllisirltic- M. T. WHITE & SON. THOMAS WHITE di aud hriall dealer. In 1 SON, WHOLESALE .t. ii;n snd Ameriiui: Marble, Monuments 1 otuba, Heud and Fool Monas Table Tops, Ponces lor Grava Lots, snd various other articles. Entire satisfaction will be given to all persons favoring us with their orders. We employ the best work men, and sell at prices tower than any other Yard. Caps aud Mils on hand. Our Agent for Break ville. ts Mr. Jamas Kenne dy, who wUlaltchd to all orders. NEW YORK. SPUK I MIXTURE. I II K If KA I 1'ITMPIKR or TM K BI)Oli: THE BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN! Kot a Pat ferrury in it rrofols. King's Kvll, ulanaoui Kruptloai, ihe race, Rlolehes, rnronle Hore Kyee, An Infallible KlieumslUm IMmi l or i:. N Krald-llesd, Ea. f Iii Untie soil Isrgtnisn Joln'a.Hi By ill. UK arUlm Mas Ulcer, sndatldlseaaea idlclüU aae Of noa In life, the Blood, elee and I'.irlSor of .hoiuanda of graiafal t'nllad Klale, who kable eureaperfurrned laaa, "'aller' Kpan- thn Kidney, Dlas "iiiplalnl, fain and Ilia II cor, ('Id Orr as of the Thru Aching of tho l aroapasdlly pul lo Clghl by uilng till great auJ lucitunable rem BSW, rr an aueav, or ihr Ii Un. I . nuiMntr lias rol hon found to rumparu wllh Ii. Ii rla ansae ihe ) ur an iMipun I) on ihn l.lver and I .1 i.fflclent rihi'iit the nakv the i Camilla, wo by the vigor and ;llan, ofvoulli, lo It jtrieilno Por the pllcsbla, s regularly It Invlgon psrl last skin, snd (InXle boll more than peculiarly ap on... known 1 pplel affacU. ilitatrd.and Im. me, clear tbe ih and health) ; a eine. I) la worth ;iarll!uln extiU which we bsrs United Slate,, Is humbug sboul re, tuagitlrsles, known tc the ny io tbo won- ull til 1 he t ec pbydclsn coraiiiui' dvrf ul etti tIPIEH. AUisnsr, snd read rea performed by int cases whsre lied.) Tbo 1 1 mil mil their full in- lull on tho A gent snd gotai the detail of the wonderful c Carter' Kprnlsh Mixture, (In uvery tblugelae hail tlgnully I of an advvrllauracnl will uot, artlon. WM. S. BEERS.& Co.. Proprietor!, Xo 304, Broadway, X. Y. To whnra sll order inudho nddreaced. Forsslo ty lruicclt and Country Merchant In all part or the tuitcd state and the Canada, und by M.W. Hat I.., Hmokvllle, A. R. Chase, New Treulon; James Turaar, Fairfield; Charte VanCatnp, Meiamora; T. Oiflord A Co., I.aorel; and C. Miruo r, Andersonvlllu, i'lULAIlEM'lll.l. IHM I Ol IIO 'H I, -D'5 CKLKHK ATKD HERMAN BITTERS. rue faked nr Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Phüad'a, Pa. WILL RFFKCTCALLT OUR! LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CAraefe p Xrrvsti iluHilty, Dil fin J the BMSTSWWfj mnu nil lutrairt arlilng jrvm nil n dlirdrtl t.iwr r Srtmach Such Ss Coo stlpalloti Inwsrd Pile ness of blooi the Hesd, Ac ofthe Siomai h e. Ileaxtbur gust for Pood, oily . Mau 1, HIS- aon Flut Worn llnrrln erlng ul tbe Pit of ihe ich, swimming oMhe head, 1 sud difficult Hreslhlus Fluttering ul Ihe Heart, Choaklng or uffH-atU.g eiiailns when in o lying poiturc. Inmness of vision, Huts or weds before the sight, Fever snd Dull Pain In the head, Deficien cy of pi-rsplrrttlon, Yellow tins or tho akin and Ryee, Psln In the Nlde, Hack, ( iirt. Limbs, Ac., Kud " den Oushr-s of Heal, 1 1 ii r i inj; lu Ibe flesh, OSAamSM Imarln logs- of Rvlt, a 1 1. 1 great de pression of Spirits. The proprietor In calling the allenilon so wilh s of the eellng ! puMlo to t i I. , ot lit" t lion to the I mended. It Is no n siinl untried srtlrle. Imt one that hia stood the tea erlcan peopl rivalled by a tvttlinouy In ciilrr.ul urll it of a Un year' trial before ihe Am- .e, nml II reputation and salo I tin. my slimier preparatlona extant. The tin- mi., I nr.. min. ns and Indlvldualt lit a rut arts ol in co miry is iinnieiise, sn.i a caro -usaloflho Almanac, published annually roirlelor, and lo he had grstU of any of 'tits, cannot but aallafy the most sceptical s remedy It really deserving tlio great co- ii 1 Mat ufactory.No.OO, A Kl H 1 81 llnd'a, Pa. MS. M. W. Halte. llrookvllle, Ind.; A.' so, Jtew Treulon; James Turner, Fairfield; Vancamn, Motsinora; T. f.itTor.1 ds Co.. I thai. Lauri l.and If. Shrlner, Andersonvllle. i TERRIBLE I)ISCL()SI RES!!; IICRITH I'OiriHK MILI.I)' A most W.iuderlul ami Invaluable Publication hK. IIL'NTLK'S MKUIt'AL MANUAL; Bfcl.NO i an ortllaal and poo- tllttlltf . ular Treatise on Mini V-.Ww.aisiUy ' anu n oman ; itioir I it) vv, ,lolov. Functions ami Jkr, U.kn.l III....I. a. Af ... J- V .i. n'.i un i , 'ii ery kirnt, wttn never fsl ling Be medics lor Hie speedy euro of all tH- - Ä -m . . - ...... ' S , d.11,atni.iBrni'ler. Inet- 'Ml dem to the violation of tho Laws or Naturoand j or Nature' Ood . THICK TWKItTY-PI VK CENTS. Tbe Author or the above volume I a graduate I or one or ihe Unt medical school In the United Status, and having devoted u quarter of a centu- TJ Jj lh "tody and treiilRM iil ol Syphilis un.l kin- crew ejiiorder as anei lal it . he bs become dob sesselor moal Invclutble Information lu regard tiiw ti"t i iiniiiiii ni i Riv ia ue iu a u i ' t w inn nm- j erics Is thoroughly detnonitrated lu hlsnwn high ly uccnsaful practice in the treatment or ecrcl 1 dleai- In many thouiand of cases tu the City of Philadelphia alone. Tho practice of Dr. Hunter has long been, and till I literary unbounded, but at ihn earnest to llcllBllo.-i of num rou person, huha been indu ced lo extend the sphere of his professional use- I rulness lo the cnmmuatlii at large, through the ! medium of bls-'Medleat Manual aud Hand Hook j for the Afflicted." It Is a volume that should be in tho band or er- tcryfnmlly In lliu land whether used s s proven live of secret vices, or as s guide for Ibe allevla lon or on., or the mol awful and destructive sources over vUlled ui.ou mauklud ror the eins of taataaUIr ami Impurlly of nvury kind. 1 1 1 a volume Hut has received the unqualified recoinniKUilatlou of Iho ll ml ph)slrlau. In Hie laud, w title many elersryssea, lather, mother phllantliroplsts tM linmatiiiarlan, hsve most rruely extended lis limitation in all quarters where Its powerful toachings would be likely to be I'istruineiital In Ilm moral nurlncatlon aud iih)slrsl healing of tnultlludc .mong tbo young, volsllle, and wise the pride ami flewer of the The author argues particular agalnstever) specie. ola- i parents m.iI guardians, In ski guard the young ol both sexes i nuseuuenees coneontltsnl ur I physiological law and sexual I regularllea, whether e xhlhlteil velopemeut orarl.lug from the our people, indiscreet, oMtur- nullon. ), most strongly etuenl. and warns n-iting terats, to from Iho lurrlUc belr Iguorbtive of mput ill and Ir tiy procoelous de 1 1. loii aud cor- rupiinx Kxamptes ot their Wise, to thoae whit hsve b to lhe"paihs tiial luko liold ext. licit n it l.aliiiwil bv will hool-males or other- ly ensnared on hull," a clear and ich they may secure a a reg iueratlon of tbe return ol swuasl imali suuirrom Its terrible ll ia nil known il I. -un Is i.r victims are u n .ol ' i . iy -s annually aacriileed al t lue In. in V i iiercal ..r f 1. 1 1 -s, Seminal Weakuoaa Ner uumurous loaladte which remotely from Ibe Indul is und suerut violations ul vou Uutilliiy.sDd I spring dirucll) er Ie K.Miee at carn-ilp'ts. MM, In view of tbe. facia, and wbeu It Is also eon I sldered thet about luu.uou persons dieaunuslly I In iho Unit... I Mate of C'liiautupilon a large ma Joruy beleg Ihe victims uf tbe voluptuous India creUOB of tbelr progenitors, agreeably to ihe Kenplurat eituiiclatloii, that the sine nl the pur i outs are lslted upon lliu children, eves to t ie third and fourth generation, Tlio Author, imbu i d with soiitlniontsor oiilarged philanthropy, will I scarcely be eeusured lor any efJurllo restrain Ihe lli'i an, by lite butiiblu luslruiueulallly of hi. Medical Olli- Cop) , od True ol po or tU cunts, t I KM A t iL, od, will be forward cd Stales ild, I OS elpkta. -nie eup to any pai rtl. Ado itluu uit tue mar 14 If iuot I.; A 8 A I 0 L B II A KT, (Law ifutnd Huoeesaorlo Ingle, Wheeler di Igle barlin KualEtteto Agendo,) titorm-y at Uw aud Ileal atosfaCtJ ksxcml, Wllhitend to tbo Coiluctlou ol Uebu, tbepur enssu sndeste ot Real Kstatuand allolher pro foMtonal business intrusted to him in Vender Durgn.utid the tdj lulngcounlleslu Indlaoa. JlpUrrii luvti rut i .i sabk. kvaühville.indiaSa. CIIEAI AND GOOD FURNITURE. WILLIAM FRANK, ANNOUNCES TO TSE vv iiiir.cn ul llrookvllle, ami in rust of lliu world, Hial lie Wees a good supply of allklud oi Kurulluro u' his shop on Main street nearly opposite lo Smith iV LyniraCarrlageHhop. As bo nthkvs utmttof It bituself, he can rec ommend all Ihe work thai goes out of Ihe ahufi. Persons who u-aulaiiyi'ilnjr in bis line would do well to cut I un. I examine the work and the price before bn) ing elsewhere. UNDERTAKING. Ho kespsall kinds of cofuus ready-made, and r good Hearse wlibwiilch he oan attend funerals la town or country. Ul v him a call. Juuue laiiiy WILLIAM FKAMK .a 1 1 i. '7 navy "il'JaafaaaaaBvv - ' ivv I I II I .. 1 v i , . y CINCINNATI. WM t. a i.rasai a. WVBBB. a, a. 'asvTi4 b e.wvNaB. FRENCH, WYNNE CO., Imnortaraand WhUsla l)elerln FANCY DRY GOODS -SB MANUrACTTTUlt OF WOOLIl HOBIIRT, Ho. 19 Pearl Kl.. between Viae Kacs, mar Uly cmCIHBATl. DäY'ä IVJATiACK, WHOI,KLK DKALERH IJI STAPLE Alll I AÜCT ,DRV GOODS, &C, O.roPKAKLaT-.BKT. VIWKa BACK STS., mar 7 ly CTMCIMIATI, 0 WM. R. PADDOCK k CO., e ( HANGE HIIOKEBS, COH NEK )K I II 1 1(1) A JtÜ WAL.tUT HTKKETI CINCUrWATI, 0. ar Uly rsAHK t. aac JfiCOBELSAS&CO. mni racrraaas or asn waousui at 4 La a ta lbs is G SHIRTS, DRAWERS, ii TRUNKS, No. 18 Pearl Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. fsb as ly jas. w.oYonkob. 4BO. x.oHoaüoa. iOTONNOR & BROTHER. WriOLBlat.B DB4LBB IN I OKI U. IM) IMI'IIMK GOODS, rKF.LT, BETWBBR VIRsT no. hi pkakl sthf.i:t. AD It At h, CINCINNATI, O. march7 ly DUHME &"C0T Importers and Jobbers In WATCHES JKWF.LKY AND FANCY GOODS, No. 130 Main Street, under Commercial Cincinnati. O. Bank, TrVatrh Maker' Tool and Material Nov ll,ia$S,7 lyi. ss. T. a. habbi. oa. j. tu mos. T. B. HARRIS, DIU (ililST&APOTHECARY, . a. COR. 4 Ttt MAIN STS., CINCINNATI, 0. march 7 ly Teter NEFF & SONS, wmolsssls! HARDWARE III I I Its. No. 93 'Pearl:8t.;bet. Vine 4 Race, " ICIN01NNATI, 0. march 7 ly it. s. csirass. w. S. ( MIPS A a . II, ). ( IIIPMAN & CO., Contnalsalon A lorwtrllSf io sve veers- mprtsonmeat at sera iseote- r.t- M T D ft II A MTQ "Ions. Tblsls butsfslr spec! SMS of wbsl hs long M Vi It U 11 A IN 1 O , , peated for' Juetlee" la aUaeae a jeetlce which WIIITF.WATBKCANAI.HAKIN.t INCINNATI. HEFEHENOEBt lat lBsaTl. caMBStsea riTT, la. John Hwasey a Co. : Morrises a Newby Tweed,Nlbley A Wright: H.a H.M.CotJtlia, Xoevesdi Ntephes. sssasTows.ta. rosasavai.a,iBS. : A.S. Wlggtn a Co. A. B.Coswelia aoss. : OeorgeRllletpla. Liberal eah advaneemenl mads ob eontlgn meat. aota-19-lyr. B. BkBTI.STT. .a. BtrSRBLL. B. Bartlett & Co., Commission and Forwarding Mer chants. MsarrarTCBBBi or Alcohol, ( it in pbr nr. Pkosfesie aud Urning l'lutd. Bo.SH Wst Front St., Cincinnati, Okie. I Unseed Oil, Npts. Turpoutloe, Pousb Pruaatata Potash, White Lead, Candles, March. Soap, Glue, fee. Lard Oil, Castor Oil, i Alcohol, wsyisiy S, & H. RUFFNEK, Manufacturers and Deatersln P A P E R , snd Wholesalcand Ketall GROCERS, H E COB WESTERN ROW Sc PEARL ITS, CIX !ATI, U. 07Tba highest merkst price paid lor It AGS OLD KOPF, and other pa, er lock . novlJJ'JIy 'J Aaron A. Colter. QKOCRKY PROÜUCB AlfD COMMIRBIOM M BKOHAHTs N.K.COKREKOF KKVKNTH AND MAIM 8TS. I IM IVN l I, OHIO. Wov Ja- dalgr. mmm to lcildbe. HORSIEYA BHIBR FRONTS TR EET, BET. WESTERN RO W AND JOHN, CINCINNA Tl, OHIO. Dealer la sll kinds of Lumbar sod manufac turer of Sash, Doora, Bliods, Window Frsmee, Mouldings, Base Pilasters, Weather Bearding. White sad Yellow lias Flooring, Shelving for Stores, Palling for Feu I SI I ttosrds planed on both .Idea, or various thickness suitable ror tbe Inside flnlsb orhouass. Tbl establish meat will be round to be vf great, beneflt lo per. on building tn Ihe country, as they can be supplied here with all the malertet ready made of lumber, thoroughly seasoned for SnUblng bouses. I u the Lumber Yen! connected with this nullit. liahtni'iillhcre i. kept for sale SO aslsusive aaaortmontof Lumbar for all bullulu purpoaaa. Ss.li phined sndglsted, roniUully on baud. All ordera protiiptl) ull-mlml lo. TKHMSCASll. Nov. 1 1 . iK3d7 I irr. 0. W. Coffin & Co., BELL ft ill! ASS FOUNDERS, DKaLKKN IS- LKA1), ZINC, COPPER, iii.ock i n, api:i.Ti:n sui.deii, .ur.T i. r tt kiv. un tss ( Ol k, l HIM I I N, At .. AC. oa. 10! A IOI i:is Nt i ostd or t ol. inn tilts lr.it, ( IN INNATI, OHIO. OUK HKI.Ls are eteculed a tree ffatoallle aad Hanum. lac principles, as followed In Ibe Srel Hell Fouudorles ot Uermany, France, Holland snd England. nov 7 If , aae.ssMrsoB.ja. a. a. aSBBBWS. SftftlPSONÄCO., i b tun nl. mil mi. ITilitts. fllatrsa nnd Uueraswarc, Mo 8d Msln Street, 3 door below third, msy IHly CIMCIMNATI. WM. LEE & CO. m. WT'M KOUKTH HTM EST, OI.ICINNATI, -i have saw tu store, and are ooaslsally rect i t- ng .New Stylus ol rieb I ANCY DKY GOODS, acing sll lbsltniottrsUtousblssnd doslrs- ble la Hot,, -of all klsselB, alike, Orgutidlra, ; riimiilisifs, Tlaauoa, t -a ii-, Usreges, in. lit slu kstlnoa, ltrllliainlea, Cisibraldrrlrs, l.acre, l.liiin, lloalery , stltstta le stsssl "'stmtlllsto, A Snelot or Priattstai e., Sc., iuc; togaUer wilh their usual large variety of) WHITE 8ÖUM, Linens. Muslins and Quilts. Their entire stock will be found unusually st tracilvs lo buyers this season, on account or tbo Immense varieties ot Goods, and VERY LOW PRICES. Merchants ar respectfully Invited to give a call. Term Liberal. "em Jons i 4 1 . a. w. tait- TAIT & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 111 I..UIM IB IVO, 2A W"ln ul Ht.,'lnrlssnll,0. ssr, aggs, (iraln, Feathers, Dried Fruit., Pota toes, Dillons, die Liberal CAHil advancements made os consign ments. Orders for Groceries aad Manufactured Art! eles solicited and Iliad on the most favorable terras. may Illy PRODUCE NEW YORK. THE TRIBUNE FOR 1857. The KleeUoe ts past, sad tU reeetl peevee tkai the work devolved oa Ibe Repeblieae nerty is nMveteoatpletasl. In all the Ks re ss4 RerSB- I era portions of Use eoaslry-ln "ew IaglaBSl, I New-York. OSto. mad the Harth -WwstUae He- pulillraB beoeer Boats la trtaaspBi I wmise ta ho - iUern Jarstr, Pesasyt'sals, Indisas snd W unoia in . iwniir paw n ' . w m. taken, and where eeesasea est te are Uso new and too rM to bav edaested tbe preeea s ratios of 0Ur-ias klsek sag of Warery ia the sunshine, a swaaajat if A asanas I dtattngotah tho. poettowa of lAe eavwatri bieeeed with dsoaUee. lawtllswe. Tart mlrhi . snd virtue, by seaaalngtfee retaras of ate Presi dential cosiest of ISM. We sae rails -enl areas, not beeauee ibe Pewaile are agataat s, bbl beeaaaa that large porttsas www did eel beer or resd tbe aiwssaeat a ad deaotaaew wha were tbe real questions at ie,weat alateet sol id agalasl u. reverslag tbe vetdlTt vaerk iba a;rrat n.aiorlljr of lb edueatad aa4 UlaUigeal enteavoredki PJ'oBeBBve. srijjl w niTe BOMBfysUs over w7a5Wrrsa' cable with mo abaieateoi of heart or BMtf be cause thetrumpt) of Liberty lo her newortfeal is :,..t won at th Long Island and While FlaaMSaf her etregwle-wltb so shadow of regret ust the re as nalbiitiy of roer neg i n4 toaSded ia bar ebamploe before t'.e People ware fully raad y la ustain tbera we bafts afrwsk taw work ef disus ing that vital truth wbleb. la regard sos-ve awa reins of thl world as well as or the nasi, snakes Free Indeed. Now. la the Stare Power adyataw of victory, wben IU asialsiar sod servitos r are cstnerlngaad plotiiog to make Ue most es Mg triumph and "crush out" Ue spirit which Uay veitily believe to be eractswd and e srto astasi as w, wbso Ue fami b.aried ar eaha bearteS eraa laisly basked la Ue aa)lae of oar pressaiare hope are hauling off to re parr dssiagsn aai ssat tng of abaadontng th mgged areas or Polltlee for more quiet and flowery Saida now, la Ut bour of w serine, and shadow, Tka Trtewwe new lu vow of eternsl hostility to wrery of lyraaay ewer the bodies or soul ot mm so tbe hsnieful essumption that Ibe bantgail i aaat feeble, whether In oal or body . era ia aa ioga ed sad ueaud aa Ua coavealeBee or Ue pimp af their wiser or stronger breUreo-to Ue doatfaa- of rle.j.ou and oltgerets, wsteuer af ees- utrva or nlan the enslaver, of cities and kingdom's la Europa or U hn dren for the auction -block and the of ehtl n seid Is Vlrr nie or Alabama. Tbe doctrine thet ao hotaaa beleg was ever crested forUe IveneSl or edveatage of t tJhtl all a.-M Its batwas I man mil am free ami reclnroeal-thsl Ue laborer toil and sweat la pamper other' pride er ratals terto oUers' lxery,but for ibe saeuoaace aad comfort of Uosa sear sad dear la hi as is destte- edio certain triumph. It muit prevail, for Ood r.'la-ns snd Ksrih ws net rreaud to be a Chester ol Injustice, oppression and misery for ere murr triumph; for all true prophecy affirm tbe vindicatio or Ue Divine boa stall las war. U affirms sad slgi.tj impera tively require It. It mud triumph, far h ssswA. ir Amerlcs esnnol ulwsys ri-ms'n the Bros er sr- Istoeratsand Ue shame of reformer end liberal , throughout tbe Old W orld. 1 1 murr triumph; for Man' history I aolaehaoe or a riddle, bet or . ery whore Instinct wilh mcsnlng: and a heroic ' efort ever failed of Its effect oe drop af awaTtyr ii loot, ws sver men in vsib. But even tf we KepobHaaos ware Hees sad to fold our arms In slumber, oar adversaries woald not permit It. They are haar to-day la lengthee ing Ibelr cords, end .renrtueolog Ualr (take with a vigllaoee and acllvlly wbleh reveal a eon sciouanes on thalt part that Ualr dominion asset be made cere rorihwlih, er tbelr seeptre will hare forever departed- To-day. myrmtdom of the filave Power Ureaten and harass Knhara Mexi co, are enrsmped In the heart or Ceatral A merles snd waging a war of extlrtn: nation an tbe dtetrae-tt-d tnhabtwnta of Ita pally Mepubllee. while llby turn leer snd eaawle at Cabs, while Ms sweet uttilea bead are praeiptlatad oa eevesod Kan sas, under the proteetloa sndimileaofUe Feder al AdmlnUlralloh. Sees while w write, the tali-graph inform ae the! twenty Free State ass. guilty of altrmpitng lo defeud tbelr bomebefwtaet the rapine and violence ef He ford' aad THot's , blood-thirsty bendiu.havsbeea eoasiaied b Le- r..n,.i. unn or nianeiaogaieri takes the criminal. Into pay and aid ting down, plundering and' wlplni out-Ue la nocent.whom It conign to the Slate arkta If they sre ever goaded into Ue madness of resist ing tbelr oppressors. Seek erlmosaad wrenjjs as unhappy Kansas has forth last twelve mos. Us endured, evsn Hungary or Poland has sever known; sad tbe Poweral wboee iBiUgaUae iheee villainies were end are perpetrated sits enthroned tn the hlu Hou.e, aud basjust sc lev est sneU er rour Tears' aseeadeucy in tbe Federal Govern ment. Whs, In view ol Uese recta, tea saw Ott Republicans msy sew pile their eras even for sut boar? I its Tsiscas will be, ss II has beta, a Polities! Journal avowedly, though noteteloelvetr o. II reeogslsce Ua truth Uat P readout aad Slave rg are here grappled la deadly contlci, and Uat la the result one or tbem must lose sll oontrol over Ua Federst Ooverameat. aal. white It gives prominence and emphasis to Ue dlscosetoa sod elucidation o' the greallssurof ibe day, ll slabs nnue of lbs chsrsrteriatlcs ol a Bu.lneeeaad Fsm lly newspaper. Tbe prose edlags af Ciigtaes, likeihose of Kansas, will be watched east repor ted by en s bis sod fesrie corps or correspond ents, wblle from London, Perls, ContUnllnuple, Havana, Haa Frsnclaeo, Albany sad other enter or iDlereal, our special edvloee will ae.ae Uay have baeti.freeh end reliable. A rar ruber cf .ar Edltnrtal corp--Uuard Tailor tt now iu Nonb- rn Europa, and will spend the W inter la Bwdo, Laplaud, Kula,ihenre making hi way watt sew j son across Siberia aad Tartar; lo Ue mo a lb of lbs Amour, end tbence homeward by Ue PectSe and ! 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