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THE VALLEY FARMER-DEVOTED TO THE TRUE INTEREST OF FARMERS, MECHANICS, AND WORKING MEN.
VALLEY FARMER i From tho Ohio Cultivator, rem oithf.ii hio. Mr. M. B. Bateham: Will you Pleuse make out and publish in the Cultivator a list of apples adapted for Southern Ohio lay for an orchard of 100 trees, for n farmer's family, and oblige, yours, 8. Barr, Amanda, (). In complying with tho above request, I will name such apples aa are known to succeed well in moat parts of Southern Ohio, and generally throughout tho South western country; but it should bo understood that in certain locali ties, especially in the rich vulloys of riven, soma of tho best vario us are subjeot to such maladies as bitter rot, fungus, leaf rust, ate, for which no remedy or pre ventive has been discovered. 1 have omitted some varieties of excellent Southern apples which are not genorally .known us yst, and the trees cannot be procured at the nurseries, except of very small size indeed, I do not sup pose that all of those named in the selection can bo found of g size at any one nursery in tho country, at the present time, as there is a great scarcity of the best varieties of apple trees. Hence I have in some cases nam ed several varieties of similar qtieVhich Ty "ST0 U'tt ' s ti tut es for each other. The number of sorts may stem great er than is needod by most fami lies, but it is not aa great as 1 would plant for my own family use; and I am convinced 'hat est farmer's families would use more applee for food, and lind much advantage thereby, if their orchards contained a larger assort ment of tho best varieties adapt ed for all seasons and purposes. The selection is intended for an orchard of 100 trees, to cm- brace about 40 vaaieties designed for family use, and extendingj attack by crawling up tho stem through the entire season. Tho about two inchos from tho grouud, figure before each namo desig- and perforates the stem nearly nates the number of trees I word through, then moves upward a plantof that variety. Names in haul its length, und makes uuolh iialic are synonymous with those er incision, and so on till it reach- just preceding Summer Apples. 4. Early Harvest, Princ'rs Yellow Hareent Best early, tart 1. Summer Sweet, Ja nr S ( Earliest sweet, good, rather m..lL 2. Early Strawberry, IM June a ting Beautiful and ex cellent. t Early Chandler- Striped, acid , vory productive and good South. 2. Large Sweot Bough-Largu, handsome, rich and sweet. 3. Red Astrachan Beuutilul, large, excellent for market and eooking. 2. Keswiok Codlin Engli-h ; wy productive and good, only tor cooking. 2. Am. Summer Pcarmain Handsome, very delicious, high flavor. 1 Golden Sweoting Produc tive, good for baking and for stock. 1. Early Ponnook Large, striped, acid, good (or cooking. Summer Queen Similar to last, better flavor, less produc tive. Fall Apples. 4. Gravenstein Large, beau ttfbl striped, excellent for table or cooking .Cooper - Large greenish striped, excellent, for a short time. 2. Jersey Sweot; rather small, productive, delicious, sweet. - 2. Pom mo Royal, or Dyer Large, excellent, fine for cooking. 6. Fall Pippin, Goldtn P a jrin Very large, best of all for cooking. 2. Orange Sweet, Mt Pleasant Sweet, London Sweet, Pumpkin Sweet- Any of these, for apple butter and molasses. 2. Ohio Noopatiel, ((.'ogs weü f) Beautiful, large, strip ed, excellent. 2. Lowell, or Orange Fine yellow, oily skin, much esteemed. 2. Maiden's Blush. Hawthorn- or Mountaineer Good forlftp L,r fAin.. -rfd H k.,f . . ... efwajog ana drying. 2. Smoke House or Enrln Rambo Excelleo t, largo strip ed, reembles Rambo. 4. Rambo Very productive, erery where esteemed, lato Fall. Winter Appleb, 2. Domine or Wells Green iah striped, productive, Rood early Winter. 2. Chtney or White Ivellllower whiteish yellow, excellent, Dec. and Jan. 4. Yellow Bellflov?erL;trgc, long, yellow, mvtch Mteetaed. 2. Western Siy Large trip- ed, fine for cooking and for ket. 2. Fallonwalder, Talpehnck- en very large, greenish, lor cooking and drying. C. Newtown .Spitzenberg, (red Vandrvere?) Handsome, finest tlavor. 2. Vandervcro Pippin Gree nish striped, large, productive, for cooking. 2. Golden Russett, (American) Smallish, very highfiavor,much 3. Winter Sweet Paradise Best sweet for winter. 3. Talman's Sweot Tho best of all applos for baking. 4. White Pippin, (Canadian l9:ppin or ( anadian Rri Wie?) Good and profitable. 4. Smith's Cidor Very pro ductNe, largo handsome, good for general purposes. Pryors Hod Largo russoty red, excellent, moderute bearer. 2, Milam or Hlnir Vory productive, good lor rich noils, South. 2. Home Beauty V ry largo, handsome, good, especially for market. 2. Wino Sap small, red, ex cellent, good kocper, fine for ci der. 4. Itawl's Janetto tho most popular upplo of Kootuoky; for rich soils. 2' Willow or WU aw Twin Greenish, striped, long keeper, good for cooking. NoTE.rMost of tho Summer and Full apples of the Northern and Eastern States, snccoed woll at thi South and West, I ut not tho Winter varieties. Uenco such kinds as Baldwin, Esorms, Hnitzenlwrtr. Siek-no-liirthAr. R L Crreening. ot included in tho foregoing list. M. B B. A IftNECT O 'I'll l. I ll .11 l M . Col. Harris: I wish to gain somo information through the Cultivator in regard to on insect which has done much injury to our pie plants for a couplo of years past. The bug or insect is about half an inch in length, noarly round, of a brown color. It burrows in tho earth near tho root of tho plant, und makes its os tne leal, rendering the stalk unfit for uso, and greatly injuring the plant, as a kind of gum ooz es out at each incision. If you 1 r t It can suggest n remedy or prevent- ve, wo shall be very thankful. Yours, &c, Lizzik. Fremont, 0. Rum vines. This is tho first we have heard or scon of any insect attacking tho pto plant; and ii any other readers of tho Cult iva toi have observed the operations of tho animal referred to by Liz zie, wo hopo they will let us know, and when it appears agaiu, send us aspecim n in a quill or other contrivance, by letter, as wo can not tell from tho above descrip tion whether it ii a grub or a bee lie. Wo would ndviso Lizzie to try tho experiment of plac ing slacked lime or wood ashes a round the plants, say a pint or so to each, if of good size repeating tho application after heavy rains, during the soason of the appearing of tho insects. Tobacco stems, from a cigar factory, if to be had, may be still more effective, or wa- ""ß occasionally with soap suds, or a decoction ol quassia chips from the drug store, &c. M. B. B. nixixi or cBN-B4ssons. flnr. TTtnnra. T on in , Cultivator for Jan. 15th, that the Hen C. Mason, Commissioner of I Patents, warns the publio against cultivating tho Chinese Sugar Cane in the vicinity of Dourah corn, Guinea corn, aud Broom corn. Tt is equally necessary to i warn tho public against cultivat ing it in the vicinity of Maize or Indian corn, Jas the taue hybridi zes as readily with Indian corn as with others. A neighborof mine planted both in his garden last year. Tho cane, growing by the side of the corn, presented quite a different aspect to that growing remote from tho corn having small, imperfect ears growing on the panicles among the seed. I fiOft t hf I '! nn !a liirrl.'ir cnnlAn I vuiuii 'tif nuu vnivre,uuv SM no noftinnt of oxnorimpi.fs in feeding it to sheep, or specula tions on tho subject. What do you say? I suppose it will be very good, unless it causes them to fatten too much. J. M. KlRKBRlDE From the Ohio Cultivator. Quaker Mi unto Out-door A In doterw. As this is tho season for good things 1 thought I would send suinetniug which has been prom ised theo for some time, and be gin the year by putting my fin ger iu the pie prepared by the mar-jwrtUra fur thy Cultivator family, I Finu weather this for sloißhincr fjr thoae who have somebody to t r rr take them, oi independent enough to goby themselves, if they have not. 1 have taken thy advice, and gallop my pony, and thee would think 1 went a little bo yond it, if theo saw "Fly and me skimming over the snow in a home-made cutter. 1 do not know whioh onjoys it most, horse or-driver. Mock Apple Pie. Over ono and o half cups of bread crumbs, pour four cups of boiling water; add one cup of sugar, one grated nutmeg, small piece of butter, large teaspoonful of tartaric acid; when cool, add an eirg well beaten, Bake with two crusts. This is an excellent substitute when ap ples uro scarce. Quaker Girl, Minnie. Winner, 1st an 1837. TIIKI UAB OttOV-UOOV NF.WH. At meeting of the Loiiit,.n. Agricultural Society, held recently lbs following important piper u rend by Judge P. B. Ron, tin President I the Society, und ordered to b printed. It la capital new: Nbw Ohlbanb, Jim. 47, I0Ö7. After diligent inquiry in the augur ret ion, it nffurd tlie umluraigned great pleasure tu have it in his power to inform tho society, that tho future propota of Ute auger interval have undergone an' unexpected and highly favorable change . For aeveral yoara past tho auj(ar eane hit been aubjttct to a variety of diaeaava, which had induoed tho gen eral belief that it waa faat deteriorating and the crop before thu kat had been, in plaooa, serloualy damaged by dm borer worm, an Insect often found in the Weat Indiea, but, until lately, un known in Louiaiana. The never and long continued oold of the laat winter while it nearly destroyed the crop on hand, appear to have destroyed alno that roiaohieroua inaect, and the other cauaea of diaeaaea, whatever they wars. With rare and unimportant exception! the canes now b m.( planted are in tho beat possible condition; and, as an nnunually large quantity of seed ban been put up.the breadth of I tin dpi an teil will exceed that of any previoua year; and, with anything like a fair aeaaoo. mors than an average crop will surely bo made. Pumf. Tliera is, perhaps, no aubjret in horticulture no litllu under stood as the principles upon which pruning Is found. The object in pru ning fruit trees is chiefly to haateu or regulate the crop of fruit, and induct or retard the development of wood growth. With reference to the former, more dependa upon summer pruning and disbudding. Trees are frequently barren from oxocaaivc wood grow tit, which is weakened by pruning during aummer. It la a well underatood fitol among acientilic cullivntora, that tum mer pruning weakens, and winter pru ning alrengthena the wood growth. Hence the practice of nurserymen in pruning young tree a alter the aeaaon'a Ifiowth ie completed, to increase their luxuriance. Treea lhat have arrived at a bearing state, properly man edge during growth would probably require no winter pruning, unleaa thu removal of large and misplaced branches, In the ab atract, it eeema a negative practice to enoooragu n luxuriant growth, nnd then out it down in winter. It ia quite posaible to manage treea without DJtS ing rcoourae to winter pruning, unleaa for apeeial object. naalready allued to. It ia certain (hat much iniurv ia inthoted by the indiscriminate tM si the saw and pruning knife, at tin time eapeoially on young bcairing trees. Make itaatudy.next aeaaon,toditul and summer prune all growing treea, so that you may weaken and cheek the wood; pruning auch treea now increases their future vigor, eince, by diminishing the branches after the fall of the leavea, the roota gain a greater prepoaderaace. Oa the other hand, it ia no leaa neoeaaary to prev. nt weakness from ovcrbenring. Since the introduction of the dwarfing aystem by grafting on week growing atocka, the error has been frequently com mitted, and unprofitable trees have been the result. It haa alao had a tendency to throw diacredit on the aystem, by thoae who, from want of knowledge and experience, have been unauccesaful in cultivation. There are many kind nnturally of slender growth; grafting them on a alow-growing stock inducea fruilfulness and represses wood growth to an inju rious extent. Such trees ahould have every blossom picked off that appears in spring, all growth carefully retained during summer, and pruned down in winter. 8uch treatment will be fol lowed with increased vigor, which may be maintained 'by taking moderate crops, and continued good cultivation. So much depends upon individual peculiarities in trees, that it ia difficult from a definite rule that would serve as a safe guard to the inimitated. Cloaeobaervation, extended ezperiance and, at the last, a slight knowledge of pbyaiology . .re inde.pen.ible requi.te. to a successful !cultivfttion Ol frUlta. . . a A'jrtlcuiturisl. professional Cnrbs. DM. H0LLAHT3C. C. inrKLET.-ATroR. M NKYBAT LAW. Onico In llmle' Bl ook Weit of Court Monte, Hroekvltle, Ind. JB. DA VI a. BT. D . a OKOn . Oettern, op (tare, on Main t treat, 8 Tt., PIIYaiCIA.V A. st-ir ryne rook villa, 1 1,, I WMQMU),W,--ATTOR.'IKY A COU.1SKL , LOTTAT'lavv. Omca, Bo. 7, Halle' Building, Brook villa, Ind. SI 43 PPHO MAS J WHTTB, -ROTARY PUBLIC . will take deaoeltlont and 'an. X LauaaL.laa., knowldgmenla,and attend to Notarial ttualneaa gtat rally. JWhi'vTO7:.Ä?M,I M?m to draw and take gcknowledgaroenta of Oeodt Mortgagee, tho. OPPICB One door nooth of tho Tyner Store. Tel. e". Wi OH.T,-"UH0Kü DBBTI8T JLIKOORtlo,. AH wort 2?fBBB. warranted. No charge for eaamtn- tKaSJ aUnn or advice. (JJ'ÄalafÄ I have conaunlly on hand a aap- A .1 .1 r ply of tootn Powder and llrutliei. Alto, Hookt and stationary at tlie loweal retail prteea for (Utah Oericaoee door Berth of tht old Tyutr Stort jnnea? ITBUS XIL00RX,-TroK.KY AT LAW V Urookrille, Ind. Orrtri, iq tha old County Olfiee Hiiildinga, on the Publlo Nqttere III 3 BOOTS AND BttOEB. K have on hand a goo.1 eatortnienl of boot. eboee.rillppert.Oallara, Uutklat, Hoya, .Mite w tea ana t hliiiraua. Alao Mra. iiurri't celebrat- ed tk lua aud I let, at caau pi all T rieot. YBBBth BIMBLB. riNHNNATI. A MBW LOT OP HITS. FHIiailS GDI. Jiial r Ivcel mi .. IILOVIC . .Mll.l TLKTH. IO til Ml. I Hi II drhtrt. Hosiery, Beck-tl Notrri, t ointnrtt und travail mis Sh and quality In th chasers will bv ' Collar. r with over, aty Ie uhlnc I.I no-. Pur ine ami trouble by iking ihtlr lelec- tailing directly a u i) iloc largeet n I in.nl mn any oilier In tho lamp line Weit of III Thanking tho public for put palronag would neu cniioiiaiion or tn.'ir favor. ISAAC F. NMITII, No. tOKsat Fifth alrhet, oppnalti' Ihn P.nntton Motu, Cincinnati, 0. Nor II Sin THE STODART PIANO. SMITH CINCINNATI,' OHIO, Agcnltfnrlhn mntl .rUlirnii'.l m n m ii ( rt( r te . of tlie Union, ocalra In call tha attention of t.nvora particularly to too above celebrated inurnment, of Sich they constantly keap a spiondld snort atanl an hand. Foa iweB-raoea, u"mtv, tan iHiuunnr toui, rowaaor bbtaibib.i both Tone mes, oai.irv or nat-etaim, ream TlOB or in so urn . I THR aro n. ii i i Piano Hall, Äo 7U Ion 14 i . UNKUMI'ANtfKh. noar Vine. Groceries. If Y toek of Yiiiiif lljfion.Ouopowitur.l mporlal llldi Hlaok Taat lila rra and waltaataaladufUta i in ii.irtatiiMia, inn " a.i'l lnli. A Im. I'llino lllo, jara, m Hugar; ( I l. m farai ilolilpii ') rni, N l'ubHoiiny,IU-t, NalU, ' llagi, Colored and whlta .im mill i 'niton Hailing, dow i.lu, Hnanilf. riial i inn.. Cotton ally kadt by llronara, all uf boat quullttlaa, Wt rantod li givo tatlraallon.foralu i ii 1411a! ui nit. at ttivlowMt marhai prtta. A A l(t), A. t iM.Tr. ii . a. it. eoriKT mi V NovaMh. aira4,0ta,ll..t. May iri tun. SISALS! -AND PHE8SES!!! oi.ai.m uf fiitv Li. 11 1 u oil i.y sa wi 1 11 k Hall' r..rria.1. n , $i Seals et N laUarmr Uai with Kvaar I'areoaa'n l U N ' " " " " Lovar gd Itartraa oxlra.from S to S'J.JO Notary fuUlU Koaliln Faryuuluii, $S In !. r, to. Court ninl t ir(..iraHon Noalt, Uli largo l.avar Freaaaa irmn g i j to g j. Uuplloata mattar f r Ui HaaU Wrlto plain M lud your t'aaild J't. AddrafiC. f. MALL, Uforncai x Haal Kngravar, Huilnaaa man S U W111I Fourth alnni! efClnclanaU. 1 Cincinnati. O. irTT. A. Uoo.lwin willari atacani at Hmok 1 for thetatflcali and Pree,oi wi t1 1 1 bi oltUlned at H. Hannraaturar march M Till; IMPROVED LITTLE GIANT. pulen iti tiny m, ihm; lutro,ed VVbrunry, i .1:. It doubttcMan Invention among the ino.lliupor lent of modern llmee, for the nae of the Welt ad vlim! farmer and ttork feeder and (he unliral famr with mora than nertartlr, I hat neon recelv. il from the f)rl if elae.aiuuta It utility anju For portability, tlmpllilty convenience of ute the Mill It weight from S to S fcumli tlte, ran be put In oporalloi of outlruellon,aiit int hat nu - ;.. . be., according m the farmer In to ihanlcet ndl, than tnlti ii tu, alnteil ami uou wllh eonv entente by aiijimly. Theae M lilt are guarantttud In tho in. I .ltlve manner agalntl bruakage or 4erangement, ana warraatad terruih feed from ear com, and grit or Onehomony from thelted core, with a degree ol eaee ami eonrenlenee for fare purpoeea, never allium-. i before. Tba tubacrtbar It now prepared to furntihthe fatmera of Franklin Count) wllh Improved pat tern and tliee, to ault the varied wante n all. No.tt,ltoffnr. main roinpim, r.-any Mr ai tai liiiitf Hi.' team, ami wi warranted Im rruli, of tr) corn, Mibuthrltof feeu per pour Mo. 3al $M, will cruh utt bual No. tat SOU, wlllcruh buth nur with due homo. 1" wllh two liiimei. I lta.au mill) will lit. itellvon'il III I'.r V etile), or ufheturer env I (are In thnM'ounlv, at the I prfcot. W. II. Mfl.KOUIl. dee I Mela Agenlfor Krank tin County iaroa aaatT. N. L. in-... JA CO It KliNST. r Mol Ks, I I Ii 1. 1' A 1 1. HOOK SKI, 1.1 It, Ktatloner, Printer ami lllank Hook Mtuulin" lurer. No. I I'i Main Ntreet, elnelni ail, keep con lautly on hand a fuM ami I'omi1' ... i .., i.i .i Hlank llookt, Memorandat, tkc, of hit one manufacture, Merchantt, Hunker, ( lerkt of Cotjnty Court, Ac., will find our Hlank Hook, of a tuperlor quality, ('articular attention paid to tho manufacture, nf lllank Hookt, ruled and bound to any pattern, with printed lietd when ru qatred. ITJ-Our One Hlank tlook are paged. ATto.a full ami f omplrto n.x.r unent of Mltcel Itneoiit and Mchool Hookt, Ntallonory, cat, Pur cbaaortareraipectlully IuvIimI to give at aoall our term and our price favorable. Cincinnati, Marrh U.lnM. HATS AND CAPS. M'HIM. H r Y I.I'.N. WK introduced oar. Nprtag Htylt of llatt, with aeveral new and beautiful atylaa ol Cap, onThuredey, Pobruary Slat. We have no betital u lit taylug that we have produced a Hat which canno: be turpaetii for BlAUTY OP DKfliU.t, KLKtlA MCK ol' PINIMI and the tofl,eay manuer In which it Ht thn hoad. HUNT 4 IIOI'KINH, No. I3U Main Nt., Wetitida, 0 doort below Ith, Cincinnati, O. mar I 4 ly B. J mnui. i. iitiiiriii.il. I II I JEIII1&S.B1ITTEBFISLD& CL&HK WMOI.KhAI.h GROCERS in. ; m .1 n e aa a. a. a , WK.NT NIMK, KKCONM MOOH AIIOVK MIX I II, AllU No. y M x III Nlrcolt CIWCINTfATI, 0. HENRY FALLS, WMOLBI4LK AMD aiTAII. ' CARPKT W ARBHOÜSB, No. IV Kaet Fourth Street, between Mnluaml Kye- amore Ntrotlt, Ctnclnnull, O., ys .10W KECMVIMO A LAKQK STOCK OP X, Kngllah and American Carpota, Curtain Oooda, OllClollia,hc. die., for the fall tratio, to which he reapoi tfully luvllee the ttoultou of tbo publlo. Hep 14 ly par NO. 342 MAIN ST. BETWEEX 8TI, AND KKBPMconatautl) ouhand a beautiful ataor montof HATS AND CAPS, oflhe moilfathtonablo kind. He Invitee hit old Mondial Brook vlllolo glvt Mm a oall whau ibey vtaltthecily. afay7,ttUl--i nr. EXCELSIOR MILLS. Prom the Knijnlrer, OctSH. JTTJO0 Huven st Awnoai io TUB KiraMlOR Yot no Aeaaii a Corn ana Coa Mill at tub lti Irdim NTtta Pain. We tee bv the onVlul r.-liorl of Hin committee l Ä mÄ t',Ä j i.tant Milt, have awarded the tllvcr plato tho fur- 1 T. -I..W.uu.l V.. In.M.l.i I. tin, mill m..r. 1 he c.li-iiri.l.-.l i oiing .t iiierioa it me nun lhat look tlie Ural p -emlumt at the Ohio Stale fair for lite tail two ye.-.. Alao tho .allver rup at the teat trial with the Improved l.tttlo Olant on ihaMd of Pel.ruary läel.nn Hi publlu landing In Iii. ci ty. The fale ilalemcutt uf the Little Giant Com. pany to the contrary uolwllUtlandlug. w ' C. LKAVITI. The Young America Excelsior It alwaytnn exhtbillnn and ready for trial by the underelgned, and It recommended to farmer at pollening all tho advunlage of any oilier machine for grinding, and It etnlimiitly inportor In lit grin ding iirfee, being rati ring, removable and ro uewable at pleaeure. If yonr Young America weart out, you can replace tho old by now ringt with the grinning turfaco . For tale, and will be put up at tho reeldenee of anyfarinor ordering or pureiiaalgr, and fairly and thoroughly triod, by W. L. Paaqi uaacV Co. Ott SO IHM tr SAMUEL MAÄLATT, BLACKSMITH, MaluKtraetoulboftho I'ubllc Hunare,Kattili1 airook villi. I U.I . A LL KINDS 0? BOLTS AND Si-rewtmaadeat tho tliorleiluo- ti re-ml i n tho beat manuer A Lau I pay partlealaratteatlontn repairing all Uinta of. Machinery, warrantrdto be at well dune and alatlow iitlrca at can he found anywhere In Iba Watt, mal? nr ANTED "f1 buthel Pried Applet, for VV wbuu wu will pay tne lilfheat .market iirlco W. L. Pttut Ilia V C.i. lu caib. M MARBLE WORKS CHA8. RÜLE- I'hiMiri IU I.UUIII .V ttULK, l iiriii-i Hroadwa) und l-'lflli lreol,t'iiu'lunatl,tihlo. .Moiiuiuenle, Tomb. and Crave Htontt, Marble Maiitlee and Htatuary, Habliaiual Konta, Maural Tabluta, (Tret, Vatet.tiarden Plgurta,('abluetand Ciunier lubt, kc. V i , cuiituull) on hand and f i iiit'i.-d to order. lot, i'rndetuppOod with Marble I u Rlock an S al .ortawed otottter arS4 'Ally CONNERSVILLE. (ii nnii u: Iron Foundry. OKRHiRT 4 T10MPIO , (aaeeaaaora to W. F. Oebbaart) U hnloialn and Mote.ll Unalnr In OOUI.M. ASU flRATIN NTOVKS, agej Castings of every Description. fTVKtoaa on Monroe itreet,a faw doora Nouth ofthu Court lloiiH. rj Wo keep constantly np ban 1 tho lareaat and keel aaaortmanlor Cooking Nlure In Ihn valla) and baring recently Incroaaed our taclllUai fo, manufacturlug, wi barn dalarulned toiaLLarfd w iin aT our Mtorai and carting AT CINCINNATI PRICESI Waoontlnuo ta manufacture the. s tat P.lr pre- II a"' HAW AY COOKING STOVE, now admitted to be Ike a aar cooking Hove In the United Ntateat We alao mauufaeture Ute Premi ere or Niep Cooking Htove, with 4 or a holet and lere ovena. Wetrepropared to farulik, wnniaaaia and ItTtIL Sad Irons, Wagon Boxea, and Irona, &c, &c, at city Prices. A gnneral aiaortment of TIN WA HE, KA VK THOlHiHS, A HOUSE 8P0UTIN, kept on hand and made 10 order. J 06 Cattingi 0 ail kindi. made la a auperlor manner, at abort nolle. Ilav lug employed experienced woramen, are Invite eapeclal atteutluu to the fact that we war rantour Nloveeto purfofm well, andiourcaatlng a-enerally to be of goud materal or the money r lunned. N. II. Old Caatlnea.Old Cnppr,Miid Cotinlr) I'roducn taken In aschange, May I a-y W. fi PElfBARGEfi fc CO., 11..1 1 .v ifai 11. DaAiaaat Dry Ooodi, Carpets, Paper Hang ings, TH1NA. 0LA88ANI) QUEEN 8WARI.I tool., St.,, Ilm. (i.,Miu ...., I, AC, AM) IAJJPA0TUMR8 OK ISOHNIITN AMD HtMH I CONNERSVILLE IND may Ii 'M ly i;U ALBANY. .'.CHILDS & CO'S NwverelRn llnliit IMII Mnnuriirlwri . t ran ton, N V., Jan. I, r. I. ild A t''i. flenUi llavlug recelven ma li rlal beni-rtl faun your Hnverelgn Belm pill. I ilnoin It proper to italo that two year agu the fjr.l of thlt winter, having bean eevorely afflicted i" Ihe laat twenty yi an prcvlom to that time with lliieumatlem and rrlak In the bark , I bought two bote of your pllU, und tunk them according t" direction", and beluro thuy wem gono I wat an llrely cuioil.an l have not tuffered from the 00m lallit .and I would Notbe placed back where taking .Item fiir one hundred dollaj rcioru rheurfully recommend them to Lfllkted llial .ay a a turn rtinmly, TMO. J. llLlD. Iwa heloi I eM,tt any pertor RBADItt. I'leate nutlet the ream. n Mr. Brown glvetforat- king for an agency for tailing the rJovtrtlfti I'. Ua. Could r ny one give belter reaaonaT Halm l(a der. If yon want good medicine plaaae procura a box at the earllett convenience and give them a Mat, Avon. Wit., Jan. fitt.'S... Me aj. A . ii f mt N. liurlelgh di Uro., iont.-The aklng tho agency for elllng I. ,' OrieuUl of Sovereign Matin till It ilfiiloti tloiu . I hava med them In ('hit not I ir ' lamll H etrtnl y?r, and flml mi Other mritelee a good. I cured inaelf of the l.iver oinilainiat the commaucomenl efthat lima, and c-rad tlmoil all klttdt of dltaaie tinea with thorn. I bava been plagued tu Snd them lece Heft Walworth county, end lhat la Iba caute of my reU'jltngllie agency agoln to evil ilium. Yourt wlltt reipti-t, (Jen. It it. wn. The followtn r from our Immediate vicinity la ruap.'Clfullt pri-aiiiil.'il: John H. Ma) oil, Now Majivllle, Ind., Aug- 17, iaa.1, wrlteai "I believe ) nur illla to bo a good medicine, and at the people HVo them, and frequently call for llieni, )uii will pleate itnd a (apply lotmeillate ly." t' . Oilman, Nutton'a Kolnt K. O. Clay co. Ill Oon. II, w rlteti "I havu mill what pllli youraganT left with mo ao I w.ae you to aentl me a few doteu bolee n tour Sovereign Halm I'ltlt Immediately. What I a. ltd iravo aiiiiifaflli.ii." Mantel Crnte, Purry't P. O., I.nwroncn en,. III., Nov. 10, IhiJ, wrllea: "I havo aol.l out all the pllti)our agent left me ni.d could tell many more II I ad llieni. 'I lie iilt .r. ted very eilliiirloi" "iid gave geuerat ee llalactlon." Hoad tho following: Kubhvrion'tftu, Harrlann cn,,Ky.,1 July B, lead. J Meten. A.h.ll irl h Bro OeuUi Vom Sovereign Halm Pit. are proved to ba a great remedy hejn for t'hllia and Kever, Cotdi, liroatt Complaint and Mytpeptla. At 1 bava told all ihn t wero led with me, and a there I o large de iiitlld, 'on will pleoae teint nie a In all aiipl'l) lin .....l l.,.l 1.11-.. v.. ... ...... ..... i j i ,hu vui a 1 ' We. Pat-roe. Why wilt thoee who are afflicted betitele whon Hie huverelgii Halm pllli will let tho tytlem lc rtghla, and will be of nnlold valuet Now dun'l alp, but get abox of P. Chlldt d Co.'l Pllli I bey will clear the tyateni nicely, without mak ing on aick either. They nrn mild In their nperalloni, bur pant irate iha whole eytteni, removleg every ohttrurl on. The v act upon the ai In, kilne a, lungi aud tiowult, ihete being the cliaimeli paovlded forrar. rlng off all tmpurltle from Iho lytlam. If they be. unit cloggvni, dlttBtu ii the aliuoit certain ro- tult. I hete pitta open the poret of theikln, promote I prop r illtctarge from tho kldneyt, carry off all lihleag and other humort from Hie lungt, and by the bowelt remove all ImporlUet that ranuol jiata by any other outlet, along with tha refute of ihe nniurul I net. NOTICE. The genuine Oriental or Noverolgn Ualiu Pllli have on the wrapper Of each box the abovt rtpre. entatlnnol tha manufactory. A.S. liurlelgh h Bro., Pew Albaai , Ind., Kro prtaiwrefor the Nouth aud Wott. M. W. Utile, llrookville; Charlei Vancamp, Mataraora; K, K. Puller, llarrltou, Uhlo aud dealort lu mvdlclna generally. Juuo wo ItliDOKVIIiLE. "Time is Money." I US. lit l'l,tllK,tl till new itora,ont door toutli ol the V AI.I.hV IIOUh'K keoria coutUnlly unhand a general atanrl- iii -nt nt liwolry, Watchfts ClneVa. " I -""-I M II vi-rapoona.raiori, and M agreal varluly of W iABCY ARTICLES, tuen at are uaually kept VlhrTVa. ny j.'Wüiert. no it pre- pared ilto to repair old 1 jewelry, and to clean and repair, lock. und welche on reaaouable lernt and at thort notice. Ha will alto lake oldtllverand gold In tichangefor good a. dot ID 'M CAN Al, BOAT Mi CAPT WM. SUDLER, WILL make regular trlpt weekly from Athland, Payette county, to Cincinnati, touching at Laurel, MelaniorB, Urookvlllo, Kochoiler, and othardeilrabla point, for Prelghland Paatongt'ri The .yAVayne" will leave Athlaad, l.aunl, and Metamora, for l.aetty, on Monday, end Brook villa on Tuetday of each week, and reluming, will leave tbeetty on Friday reach Brookvlllu, Metamora, Lau re I, and Athland, on Saturday! of i- ' h week . Tht "Wayne" la prepared to do ell klndi of ahtpplug,and from the long experltnco of Capt. Sudler, poraon w lull tug to aeiid produce to the city, for tale, will Snd It to their iuterel to ou trun liwithhlin. Tho Wayne" will racelveand dltchargo her freight! at Hie Warohouae of Llnck V Faruliar, upper landing, tf not olharwlae directed, wbere amploarrangemonu will Im prepared for iblpplng all kiinta of Produce, Flour and Men liamllie. Country merchant, Millar, aud Ktacktmltht are reepectfully lollelied for a abar of their pat ronage by may t W. L. P K ii II t It A CO., Agent pi. i am: iif.ad thin. IOWA LAM) AGENCY, r -till ATTKNO TO THE BUSINKSS OP B. 1 vetting money In wild or uncultivated Ian. I, farm, aud town to:; paylngtaset the, for pr ont living at a dlilnnc. Fund can be tent wllh fely lu drill on New York. aTlioto wlihtug lu put their money wbert It will bt afe, and ) laid a large par cuut., cau bava it ao Invealed by addreealng July IS ABRAHAM CAHBY, Cedar Fallt, Black Hawk Co., Iowa. Watches & Clocks. t' I . lltWMlT TI.MII ItMIIS SI. It If vleet to tne eltlzena of llrookvllleand vicinity, In the capacity of Watch and Clock .Tinker and llfpatlrer, making aud mending JEWELRY, fcc Long experience and ttrlct PUNCTUALITY aro hi recommendation!. Ühnl.'l iliinr. N.irtl, ..I l.lnak V Furiiuhar eiere. (Mvomeaeall ovtry body, and I will warrant allatacllun. dec. 1 t-v; Wanted. ..OttMMI lluihcli Corn, v'O.OiN) lliithetl lOtOOO Kutliels Flat Seed And all kind of Grata aud fira Heed, for which wo will puy Ihe hlgheil market price. Hp 1! VV. L. fttui-Mta at Co. QEAKCFAM T Ac POSTRK'S Apple Poarera and lar iio.uy t ii. .una .laciiine, lor aie at itplK W. L. F K..I MAR di Co.'. CINCINNATI. DR. POMHAg Alterative Balm, For Internal and External Use This Balm is wiirran toil to re lievo all Rhcumntism, Strains in tho Spine, or Spinn! afleetiou and Dvspopain, Headache, or till Nook, Toothache, Earache, Soro Throat, Soreneüü in the Breast, Stomach or Bovelt, or Burning in tho Breast, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sprains and Bruises, Burns Scalds or Frozen Parts, Cramp Cholic and Bilious Cholic. Cholera Mor bus, Pleurisy, Klux, Fever and Ague, Piles, Corns, Mesh cuts or sore, Inllamation in tho Ilea'!, Stomach. Bowels r Kidimys, Summer ('nmplainl of Children Worms, and Inllamation of the Stomach and Bowels, Croup and Sollet Fever. The reaeon why Ihla Itattn mache all the me et le beeauae It ledueet InOamatlnn, and arnutet Him terrollont and narvou tytlem lata IStlea, I liU power I owing to the pnt'iihar roniblnaCun of Medical properties without their being neu Irallted The medicine It uerfeclly eafo , Hoi entv iiliilng any deed ly polaon. 01 if uad freely, act Immediate and alt other lecrc'.lve organ. II lid Iii feilem in Krom Rev. John H, rat. m il ti will, j - liver, 1 Dertlfltitloa. Klulet, Clnrlnnall. Mar Ii r Koraha Thia ttlhe (Irak iltaa t that I have given my name in rerun any medicine, at a general remedy,! often Ii ei, mil. lied, live Balm for noarly rbktimallain In it.y hip nearly rrli'plt, then two of my family; the 1 1. .in .... myeelf) then f liruiiet.KUd for a very I have i' "ed two year; I rat. for ii I d kn jf V) hi brought ee I 1. 1 ha. I full pro. of Ua med iniinv of in !la-aaa I and I have nut found 11 to fall Ir llieni. HUH, No not tay that II care, yet II U my eohwr eonvlatl, betl compound fnrlhaan reme.l rei'tiiuineiiited, üiat I hava aver I tried many. I will not, tf I can oat It ta my f mily for any aeax Ing that you will ilill coutlnuu l neitly,and that II may relieve it rtrt, I moil heartily recommanil clttitni ai a mutt excellent Cam Voiiu, ta thu ii. i. It la ' I have J.II HM A t erllflrnte from U. I- Mi rr. I havo known Mr. PorehVi Alterallv e Halm in perform a very extraordinary cure utntn a horae that wat very badly eu l, loma time aluce. I med II eilernally, with rood affect. 1 bullovo Il lo a perfectly aafeand af net Ich i nacd lu many cutnplaluta. 0. I.. BT AHM. Nov . Ol, ISIS. t'omeov. O., Dee. I, 'Hi. Da. Poaina: Ytui mtdlctno haa completely cured me, and I am title and atonl, and na 1st. a nf Klinuiuatlc peine about me, I am very iank - The Dial you made you r appearance In Hit p! ui.lv re gret I wow have I, lhat you did oouer.at mach uff.. ring and expentt wi httn dono away, I hope you may alwaj teteful at with me, aud live 10 goad nll naver offer with the Wlinumttlain . I h ii.e it what Halm I bought of yu iiiiw man. Vo IK A TV. LtTtBT ri i.a, atelg co . O., Uee. 19. "33. Ua. PoatN-0ata Mm: Kou win rewoliett tel. ling ma one doitn boiilei of tour Alterative Salin od hoard the ateamer Ohio Bo.S on her upward trip, ab .ul the Blh or lUUi '..f INovuiiib r lat. I have told II all but two bolllet, and ran aay to far aal have aetn and known II tried 1 1 hau-u red more dlaoaeei, and In a thorlor lime, than any m.. dlclne I evarknew. It haa already become pop ular hart, and I could tell a larft iuantiiy or II if It watgentrrlly known that I alwayt lied It mi hand. I ahould be glad If you nul.t a,.potnl me tola agent for the aale of ltd. thla place, lueamurh at the other merchant! In ton plate are ageutt fur dlier medlolnei not worin lialfm much II m.ii do I will no an i can to give tne mttilciiio a Ion. At all eveiitt, pleate to oud I each of your dlfferl tit ttttd bottle., Voiirt, II. P. I.AWItY. wlda elrou lue (jiin do and obligo TO TMK Pl'HI.If. hhlila to eartlly that my wire wat alltlotod wilii I tho iplnal affettlon and ()ipepila lor nine eaia, and largo portion of that lltne couQueil to her room. Three Joint of bor back bono worn luiown out of place and curved, tutnd by dlaoaie and pain. Hhe wat quite bowed down lu her etui u re during her lllueie. We had llireo phalrian at tending her during tho prlnolpul part of her til. j ueta,bul the eauerlenced no permanent relief from their prtoerlpttoat. Iaflerwar.lt procured I ono bottle of Dr. Portha'i Alterative llalm, and by the tlmn ttio had need ibalbolllo the felt great relief Vhe uted but aevon botllat, when abe wn j eiiltrrl cured, t. mud aud well, el htf ill.im.i ... and lior back -bono bat loot lit curt e, and eon line traighi In her tlature ataho wat pruvlou lo Hit atta.'k. Wu .lareby rertil) that we believe the Helm to be tbo real medicine tu ute, and we be lieve It to be a certain cure lot the aiilual affection and dytpepaia, and cannot loo liiglily rocommi'ud It to any pereon afrtle'ed wllh the ubovo dltuaaxt, We alto Bud linn effectual eure In many other dl. tout! In which wu have tried It In our family, (rilgufd) ALKX. CLAItrl. MARY B. CLAItK. Lynchburg, lllgblaud co-, 0., Jan. ti, 'W. I.ynciiburf, Highland ro., Jan. 0, 'A8. Tbl Ii to cortl ly thai I have been aStu-lnd fur te. . ii ur e Ir lit ) in it I' In- i.i im I nil dye. I III) and a part of thai time Wat apt tile liad tiled Iho vmloui rumodle tried pre. acrlbed by the phyalclana who attended me, but obtained no permanent relief unlit I tried Ur, Pur tha'a Alterative llalm, lly the llmo I had uvuil three or four hotllo I felt great relief, and had not uat'd in. .re lliail aeven bolllet until I Wtt entirely cured ol Ilm allot nain'd .ll.eat.'t. I I l III., liulill,.. a. W..II aa lo lit. Dr. f..,.l,.i I.. .L.I., the abovt named fa-1. and lo tay mat I believe y Ilia HALM lo bo the lml mcdli'lnt In uiu, nod I canot recommend II too highly to lutfuriiig hiiint nlly. I have mod It In many other caee In my fa mily .or w ii ii ii ii wat raeomiuoiiiieu, nnu il ua glvta entire aailifacllun in all caae. Jomb Wai tin. I am wall acquainted wllh Alexxndea Clark aud hU wifa, and alio Joliu Walter, and know Iho above ilaleinenu lo ba malian offtct, aud th.) are poreunt of reapeclablllty and candor. Mignud A.l.lllI.Elt I can rtcommond Mr. Portha' Alterative Ualiu a being tbe beat modlet. io I ever ueed for .cramp, and palui. When 1 bad the Cholera, I wai cramp ad very much, and In laat titan on. intitule I waa relieved of all paint. I have triad It for cult, brut tei.and burna, and louud it to glv Immediate ro lief I wa taken with a eovoro pain in Iho back could not alralghleu ro awl f, and I only rui'b.-d Ii i Ice, and Ihe pain left me, aud I wa aa well ai I over wo. II la good for headachei; my ion wat allocked wllh a levore headache, ami in ouu-ltalf hournfler bathing bli hoad, ht waa rellevod. Yourt, rotpecifully, J. W. Aiaaa. CartlSeate from .1. 8. Hubble, of the Cincinnati Fuel Co. We bad a borte thrown overboard from a Coal Plat, between two boat, nnd fatt In tho geara at the time, and a tleaiuboal patalng, which jnmtued Ibt boat to gather, with the liorie ttruggllng at lb llmo. Ho wa vary much caland bruited.- After we got htm out wo applied M r. Fortha't Al terative Balm freely to the cut and l.rutaua, ex pecting, however that the horae wa ruined. Hut nflor (landing about thirty. all hour, tho horo waa put lo work, at wellet eror, c tee j.i Uio taara In uonacquonco of Ihe cult be got. And we would cheerfully recommend lllo the nubile at the beet medicine wo hivo uaed, und wo bavr irltd all Of he dltTVreul kludithal am In u. I concur with othert In recomiuocdlng Ur. I'or tha'a Alterative Halm aa tbo boat medicine wc avo over uaed for bone, and alto for out and bj unci oulbe human person. B. 8. Hraat a Certldcato from Chat. K. Hryatit, Bays, Cincinnati, Jan. It, 'o. Daring the lummer and fall of lm'i Iwa quite III al different timet, from dleae of the dlaenao of the Molucca and bowul. By tbo Srl of Do rembor, theoomplatnl,had,ruii through the varlou taget of the diarrhea and'dyeenlcry, and flually the pllet let In to complete the almost Intolerable pbyilcal ml aery to whlch.thli latter oomplalnl fre quently loblecta Ibe auflerer. I had oen confined 10 my bed for about a watk wllh thla kit com plaint, aad waa very muco reduced. I bad appli ed lo a tklllful pbyttctan, who had proicrtbod fur me teverel eayt, but 1 taw notvldenl tvuiptom of recovery. At ihtt point ol llmr, Portha' Al lerellveHalra eeuie under my ohaorvalloii . 1.) onalderable pertuaelon, 1 watlnducod to lake It In irnnll doei of a leatpoonful a ofteu a a par oxyama of tbo dleeai camo on. I had taken tome three of thttt dotti, whon 1 ftlt decidedly belter and afterward recovered with inch rapidity that tn two dayiaflrr I commenced taking lite ttalui, 1 wa entirely free from the effect ol lb dleeaee. 1 believe the Bai it lata oxcelleut remedy for dytpepaia and tt kindred cuioplaiuli, d)arrli-a, dyeentery and the pile., t heve made thlt mo ment al the requet of Mr. Koraba, who kindly agerod ma tho medicine which I bellovo effected o core lu tht above eaao. Ketpectfully yoora, Ckai. 8. UavanT. Wtiolofalo Depot, alJ.dc C. Keakhirl't, No. 31 Pearl-at. Ctn. Ur. Kot aha. Urug Tier, North tide of Pl.tb-tt., 3 doort eaatof Hmllb, Ctn.O. For aala by 0. V, Johntton, M . W . Halt, Slaugh ter A William, J. Power, Lieck at Parquhur, aad Wm. 1,. Farqebar,ln Brookvilla.and by coun try mercbantt generally. , CIHCIHIATi IMltS WORKS. Wi lern ICovy opt. Cutliarlno Bt. T. WHITE & SON, rflHOMAB WHITE h SON, WHOLESALE X and hetall dealer In Foreign and American Marble, Monument t omb, Head and Pool Hlonei Table Tnpa, Pouceafor Orava Lola, and vartoui other artlelee. Bnllre latufaction will he given to all peraont favoring ut with their order. W'e employ Ihu betl workmen, and tell at price lower than aay other Yard. Cap and Kill on hand. our Ageal for Hrookv Uta, I Mr. Jaiue Kenne dy, who wlllsllend to eilordari. NEW YORK. CABTEB S SrUISI MIXTURE l Hi-'. OltKA 1 I I KIFIKK OPTHK BI.OOD! THE BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN! Not Partict of Mrrcury in it ! An ii lie, King Kvll, fit, Holl, Aeuo end Klngworm,or ' Ml. Tbl feet lie Ii".. 'I PariStr Of 1 of grateful I Hiatal, wbe i ree performed alte r ISian lam. Hcrofult, I'.riipllnut i cert. Old tu et of Hie 'V and r Pl rata edy. I'or been f tyalon Is .... all dlaaet of the tllood, nothing ha el larly ap nown it d lei. r. lh Itbyi a Worth ratal- i than nit 11 .in It we have Ntalet, It tliolr teillmouy to Um vion- , and frail lull. I . liiuiii full in- of an ani rtlaamenl will not admit llielr WM S. BEERS & Co., Xo 904, Itroat To v. Iioin alt nrdori tnuai ha Propriaton, a, X. Y. tanti .1.1.1, und ! iMiiuhKLrim. inn i on iiti if I, tnN I'KLKHR AT hll Ell MAN HITTERS. I'll Kl AHEM BY Dr. 0. M JACKSON, Philad a, Pa. WILL BPPBCTDALLr CUUK MVKR ( OMIM.AINT, DV.STKPHIA, JAUNDIOE, C'Araaic er Mt-rwee DmkUHy, liUemt 7 Ihr Kltlnryt , mntl mil I' mri mrlslng Irvnt e tliitrtkrtd Ww er st.tnmrH MSB at Coo- Ualloi, , In i no i tho of lb. tea, I cum f. ii r Welt I i.i Hi Plu tu!7o pot eathlng nailing or In a lying t.liule or ivernnd a ..r v i neat of Iii t'nlll In Ingt' of Evil, and great do. praatlon of Nitrllt. I In falling the t The p lAOnlti the ling put. I of Iho ii lino, t .'oiiflnonra to It v lion to tha ditoatu for Which II I mended. ltl.noi.owa.iduutrloil.rtlc ' Mood the et ,.r a tell . ..' tr It highly rtconi' out and well In nil partt id I tl p il tlmniinc, publlthed annuully id to im im. I grau of any of ml lnly the tnoal tcepllciil reilly dciori Ing the grottl 2 Manufactory, No. do, AUCH Nt r M. IM M. W , llA.lt. I It. t Im, New Trenton; Jni Chut. Vutitaiup, Meltmora liaufi'l,ainl II I, Hhrlner, Audi TEIÜ.IBLE DlSCLOSlfl.ES!! 1 1 i.i.i oral able PubllcalloB ABUALt MUSM A moil lall. Ill I ' an original and t alar Treailtt and Woman: I alology, Pane III! I'll)- and r-'exuul IMtordort of ev en kind, with untrer. falling It i-me.: lea for I lie aptody eure falldla eaiet of a private and di llcalo character, lucl- dent to tht v i llation of iht l.awiof Matnmand PltltJBTvVKBTY.FIVKCKXTS. The Author of the above volume Ita graduate of ono of ihe Ant medical ichooli la the United Nlatot, and having devoted a quarter of a eanlu I ry lo 111.. MmlV Uli. I I r .'II t III ell I III hyplllll. Uli. I kill- dl.order ai a apoclality.he ba become p..a cat.- 1 of moat mallou in regard lolhottino and I u dlum eoinpntt the 1 tcleneo on thl imp. the moat eminent p orlca It thoroughly I lytuccea.lul pracll. dlaeaaoa lu many lb of rhlludu1plilu.il miprett llllo VU.'c Ml'" qullilnaience of med'.cel I tuiiject I at the roiult ol Ian In Fa rone and Am iiatraiod in hiiown blgh tl.ii I mi line lit of tecrol ud of cuu lu the City inter haa) long been, ami id, but al tho eamoat to ertona, he haa been ludu i Of bit proruulouat uee ty at large, through the I ho practice of Hr. II u itillltliurary unbouudo llclutlo.-i of nuiaarou p . i 1 to i xt'nid lliu aplinre futnoailotht oomutuni medlmn ol I.I "Medical Manual und Hund Hook for thu Aimeind." Ill a voluiuo ih.it ahould ho In '.ho html oftv ttry faintly In thu Imi.l whollior umd at a preven tive oi tocrul vloet,nr BS a nlde fr tha ellevia- lon Of one of the motl a', fill and d"ttructlte aour tena It! let over vltliod upon mankind for the tint of ta volume that Im received tho unquallSeu' i.iiuendntion uf Ihe first iihyslclana lu tbe r ithropliti tt.u hiimantinrlan, lnvu moil freely oxtcuded III ciiculallon lu all qtiurtura wheru It pow.-rfnl loachlnga would he likely to be Inatrumeiital In tue mural purlBcatlou aud pbyilcal beating of mulllludci of our people, among tlie youn, volallls and I wlan the prldo aud flewur of the I Tbo author argnet particular! agalnaieven ipocleiofiulf-deOli pari-nia Bad guardiuna, lu ai :rect, o'.tier- sit ttrongly it. and warm 2 lermt, to guard the young of b..th toxei front Ibt terrific . iu.aoiueiioe3 oi.iouiltiiiil ot llielr Ignornnie ni phyalologlcal lawa and exual lmpui nie and Ir rogulartt.it, whether exhibited by procoelou de vclopciiitiut orarlitug from the vlclout and cor rupting examples of ihrlr school-males or other wlae. To thoee who hava been already e nine red to the 'pnthi that toko hold od hell, a clear and explicit wty lubown by which they mny loeure i. return of sound health, and a regeneration of the aoulfrore It torrtlilo poll n Ii I well known lhat lliuuaand of victim are annually aacriflced at Iheabrlueof 4uackry o pec.ally tboie luS'erlng from Venereal orKyphll lllo dlteaaee Stricture, Beralnel Weakneat 'er vout lebllity,and tho uiiinvrou inuladlee which tpnng dlreeuj er leaa romotoly from the Indul guiico el carnal pattlont aud ccrel violation ol Nate re. In view of Iboro fart, and wbou It 1 alio con sidered that about 1uu,uhj pertona dlauuually In the 1'iillod Malcaof Consumption a lurgo ma jority being the victime of the votuptuout Indlt rrollon of thoir progeullort, agrweahly to the Scriptural enunciation, that tbe alet "i the par entt aro v lilted upou tho children, even to t ie third and fourth generation. The Author, Imbu ed with aonUmeutaof enlarged philanthropy, will tcarcoly be remured for any eSorlto restrain Ibe vice el tbo age, by tho humble lualrumenlallly ol hi Medical Manual. One copy, eecurely enveloped, will be forward edfreeof puilagc to any parlef the Culted .Stalet er BSeentt.or a for SI. Addretn,poi-pald, COS I K.N tk CO., Publithuri, box l7, 1'hllodelpbto. Booksllor,Cuuvnaai-ri and Hook Agent sup piled oo tho most liberal terms. mkr 14 ly ASA I GL Ell All ,I..iti if .and Kuceeetorle Ingle, WhoelercV Igle bar tin Ileal Kitate Agendo,) Atloritcv itt l.itn and UenllCalute Atr. nl , Willattendto tho Collection of leblt, thepur rhaeeandealo of C nt Kataleand all other pro ftiiinal butlneat intrusted to him In Vender burgh.aud theadjolalngeounllettu Indiana. 1 i Orri. a overt tub ' Bai. aaaB, hVA.NSVILLh.INUIA.NA. CIIKA!' AND GOOD FURNITURE. tTT ILLIAM FJULHK, ANNOUNCES TO THE W cillleii "I llrookville, nnd ll red of the world, that he keo a good supply uf all klad ot Furniture at hi hop on Main tlroet nearly oppoalto lo NmiUioi Lynu'aCarrlagaNhop. Ashe mi.ket moat of It hlmtelf, ho can rec- omnivud all tho work lhalgoct out of theihop. lei wan tan) thing In bti 1 1 no would do ell lo call and oxamlnolh work and Ibe price before buying elsewhere. UNDERTAKING. Ho keanaall kind of rnfflii realy-raado,and r good Hoarse wltinvblch ho ctn attend funerals In town or country. Clvo him a call. Jnnah ISIaly WILLIAM FKAMt . aVWt 111.' CINCINNATI. we. k. rati 11 J. B. WTMHa. . .caairrui. . www. FRENCH, WYNNE & CO.. Importen and Whoteaale Deelen In PANGY DRY GOODS BTA5U7ACTTTRX&S Of WOOLEM HOSIERY, No. IS Pearl I., between Vine V Ree. mar Uly CINCINNATI. DAY'aSt MfiTlftCK, WHU! ; . I.i; in- U.I Its I N ITIPLi; AND I'AWCI ,I)RY GOODS, &C NO. SO 1'KAatl. HT., BKT. VlWk 4 RACK ITf., mar 7 ly CIBCINNATI. 0 WM. K. PADDOCK 4 CO.. I II ANUS: IIHOKRBa, CORN Kit OK THIRD ANH W A I.N CT KTKEB1S civonnrAn, o. mar 14 ly ji nt . rtaaa i. tauonrrma. JACOB BIS AS & CO. eM ri u m. i.r e wnni.entia aatLeeata CLOTHING, SIIIHTS, I) WVKItS. X T HUNKS, n.i I" I'carl atraei, Cincinnati, Ohio. feb v.H a, w.t'i oeaoa. .otonnor bhotiii:i;, ..... Makaaa ia oiti iu-v, mi in. mi . DRY GOODS CIN ATI, 0. march? ly DI'IIMI! tV CO., I tit per lere mimI Jol.hr re i m WATCHES, II V l.(HI.S. No. IBS J ander Contmerelal Raak, I nnatl , O. Tool aud Materiell ok. T. a. ntnaia. T. B. HARRIS, DRUGGIST kAPOTHEC ART, 9, B,. COB. 4tr MAIN STB., CINCINNATI, 0. march 7 ly PETER NEFF k S0N8, WMOLBI4I.B HARDWARE DRAI.KBSB. No. 03 Peari;8t.;bet.)Vine tfcl&tvce, CINCINNATI, 0. march ? ly u. d. i niretN. w. b. i aim a II. I). rilll'M AN - CO., OamailBBleB tv rar ward Ini MERCHANTS, WIIITKWATRBCANAI.HABIB.CIBCIBBATI. in. i i:iu,m UINI IBKtTI. 'iMaaiBaioiTT.lt. John Hwntny dt Co. Morrlion A. Bawby Taoed.Mble) 6c Wright: V M.M.I onklln, NttTtetk Mephnut, Nttarrowa,i. i o n n latv i l t b ,t an i ; A.M. WlawlnitV Co. A II. I inwell & Nona. : George Ollleiple. Liberal eaeh advancement mate oa eonttgn mantt. aoSS-IS-lyr. a. mmun . .a. enseal... B. Bartlett & Co., Commission and Forwarding ehants. Mer- tttarrt' Teaaa nr t Icolinl, 'u in pii I'll.'. I'll neu-no anil I5.lt II lug I I.U.I. .No. -.'e Weil Front tC, Cluclnuatl, Ohio. Llnaeed Oil, Urd OH, CaeturOII, Alcohol, may IB ly Npti. Turi.tnllne, r. .i.i.i. fruealate Pniatb, Whlta Laad, andlei. March, oap, Ulua,ltt. S. & H. RUFFNER, M anufaclur. ra and Ileal, rt i u PAPE R (iHOCERs, S. I. COB. WE8TERH ROW tV PEARL ITS, ( IM n.HATI, o. irptahlghat markoi price paid for IIAUH ul.ii KOFI-; and other paportlock. bov IS 5Sly '4M Aaron A. Colter, OltOCBItV PHOD'JCB ABO COMMI88IOB M I IIK II AM', N. K.CORMRMOP NKVKNTH AND MAUI NTS, I M IM. A'B'lt OSIIÜ. N .iv.Hd- SP-lyr-. II JORSliiY&EHlfiR, FRO XT STREET, RET. WESTERN ROW AND JOHN, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Ocaltra tn all klnda of Lumber and maniifac tnrere of Baelt, Doore, Uliude. Window Frames, Mouldlnge, Ueoe Pilaaiere, Weather Hoarding. While and Yellow lino Flooring, Sbelvlnf for 8lorea, Palling far Fstv e e e , Boardt planed on bolbildei,of vartoui thlekuoet tultnblu for tho Intld Sulih of hontee. Thletahliahmeul will he found lo be of great, Denoni lo peraont liuiiaiug in lUe country, at llioy ran boiupplled here wttCalltho mrteriali ready ... . ., . i .... a..i.ii made ol lumber, thoroughly tuatoned for finishing IloUtF. In the l.uiiil.i-r 1 . r I .ci ted a Uli thlt -...l.li.h-M.1 lkM I. bnl I, ul mm , aaaortmenl of Lumber for all bulldlne üurt...- Noah primed and glaied, comlanlly on hand. All order promptly attended te. Ihll.Vst AMI Nov. II, libit? I r. G. W. Coffin & Co., BELL iv BRASS FOl'NDERg, DEALERS IB LBAD, ZINC, OOPPBR, III.04TK Tl. M'l l. l l lt MII.DI IL MITtl. I'll UIMii Hit ABB (OthV MIIIM I I S Al ., VI I. No. 102 At 104 DuatkiTond er rot. iiiul.iu Ntreet, CJNViNNATI, OHIO. Of i: BK1.L8 aro executed on true KctenllSe end Marmonlae prlnclnlee, a followed In the Bret Bell Pounderlot of Germany, Prance, Holland and England. nor 7 ly uio.tAMraon, jr . a. m. Axoaawa. SAMPS ON & CO., inroaTBat abb naaLaatiR til nit, i. lata ana (iieenew are No CI Main Ntreet, 3 doon below third, may IHly CINCINNATI. WM. LEE & CO. WBHT POUHTH STBKKT, OIBCIBBATI, have now lo alore. aud aro oonttantlv recMv 71 ng New Kty lot of rich FANCY DRY GOODS, Kn, bracing all that lamoet fashionable and desira ble tn Itwbreof all klntte, Milk, Ore ii ii .11-v., Urimadlnci, TUtuca, Imiiiv Bartagen, iiitlll ite tValnea, lirllllanlee i:iubrelderlee, l uces, (Havci, BSoblr-y, Bisa rle atsS atmtlllwe, A flnelotof PrtnUatSI e., Be., t I0e.; together wllh their uiual largo variety ofj WHITE GOODS. Linens, Muslins and Quilts. Their entire stock will ho found unotualty at tractive lo buyere thleeeason, on accoaal of the immentr varleliat of floodt, and VERY LOW PRICES. Merchant! are reepectfully lavited to give it a call, ermi Liberal. . Jona tut: e. W. TttT. TAIT & SON, COMPTISSION MERCHANTS, A DP ntALCBt IB 'I No. Wnlnnt St.. nu innutt.ti. ter, Bjegs, Uraln, Fe loin, Dried Prüll, Pole loci, Onion, Ate. Liberal CANH advaneorasutt mad oa contlgn- ruenls. Ordrrsfor Orocerlet and .Vauufaclured Aril dec solicited and filled on Iho most favorable terms. raayiely NEW YORK. THE TRIBUNE FOR 1857. The B1ltiae taajtatLataS lea reeatl twetea that me won awrvetvttj not yet completed. ee tut Ktpatitaee wmnj m In ell the Kat Urn end Berth .are fortloo or tfee roeetrr-m waw-Kajrtawtl, But tlie Be- Bew-Tork. Ohio, end the Sörth DuMlren baneer fJoett Id Ii a mot VtMkt U Southern Jereey, Penn.ylvanla, ladlaaa tad II I'.eola la ehert. wbarevai raw neweMWera are Ukea, and where eommoa teheate are (ee at, aaötoo fehle to have educated tae ringt gerne raUon of vottre-tht Meek Sag et Bhäterr eh etroett the eaaehlae. A it mi, gar u Aaaerlea might dUtlngwte'i thoae povlkea of law eemetrr moetbleaaed wllh Rdnratlca. lataUejameavTbrtf and virtue, by teaaelet I .11 contact of ISSS. e rate mi of the Pfwtt dentlal con Wa have ta,!e4 of Mwe are awhtat, dM eat hear or read the aed 4e not know tkaow what t aJmeat awt- wert tha rati at leee. went all Id again! ua, reverelng the verdtel wate Iba latiMSjiai great maloriiy of the eduetAatl aad endeavored te Bfeeeen. e. with no eemeoir reptatnga overw hew la Irvwve no abaUmcDt of heart or hope we of Mtmrtj l het ewefwtal la not wo i-tthe laler.J ant watte nan of f reareet tamtaae ra ponalb Illy of governing la aol ronSdeS ha her . ... . ,. , . i.efora f.e Prople were fally itW ta uu l a thorn we bag in afraab the wore of SHii w-a tl.at i'al truth which, ta reward to the earn a I earn a of Hilt world a well at of th twV mak e Kren indeed. Now.la the Slave Fewer heyday of victory, when tu mlnlatar and eerelMe r era gathering and plotting to make the me of their tnnmph and .'cruab oart" the eptrtl Werk they vainly believe te ht eracited aad eat I ait ad now, when the falnl b-af led or old hearted who lately beaked In tha taawhlaa at met aaywejejaawra hop tre htutw.g off to mi.au -laiwege. ai d talk tag of abandoning tht rggtd arena of Polltle far mere quiet and Bowery Seite - ew, lethal nf wrerlneaaaiid ahadew, The TflaWM newa 11 vowt of eternal hoaUllly It every or i) rann) ovr two ooeiea nr taeia or the thameful auumptioa that tht hwtJ feeble, whether la ettl er body .art tt .l Ki..i irealed aa ma their wlear er Una af deaiw. ef eat l.lree or planlatlona to tht t and kingdom Mia Kroteor the dren (or th. aoeUoa block aad Virginia nr Alabama. n.lavara ef i l.n She broaden er cht! and ibeete-Seld la The doctrine .... .If... Ihr thai ae aaavne, heiae the beneflt or advanUge of that all earvlee between .ean and a tree and reciprocal-thai the laborer tboeld not loll and tweet to paaiper other'! prtde r minla tartn ..the.' luaery.but far ihe BtJ to ..tne.- una.), i.ui n.r ute tuaiaeaaae mo m furl of Uoee naar aad tear to him te teetlt ln certain triumph. II maef prevail. rW teed gna, end I arth wat not create! to he a theater irnuellre.oamreaatoa Mg Mlaery tor aeew. It comfort of tboee n-ar aed daar to klaa te ed to certain Irlam pet ol .'." Iriuml I r .i.Uai y alBraat and the vindleallon of tbe tnvlne oauigatv iilgnl I, for lively require It. It ttitiet irlemtib lc America cannot alwayt re ma 'a tke i.locraitawo the ohanteaf reroraaerei throughoulthe Old World. Il aa trie Maii'a litatnry it not a rt.aoe or a riddle. ery where Inetluot wtih maaelng; aad na ! eaorl avar fallet of Ma rffeit oo trw of i.ioo.i a a ei . i tue. i ia vaia. Bat oven If we Kepuhlleena were dhveattd te roiaour trim in tiumuer, our etivartariee woaM not permit It They are hear tn day la lengthen ing their rordt, and airenglbenlag tlvalr etahte wliti u vigilance and a. nvlty which reveelt aeoe arloneneet on their part thai their dornte tee meat be made tare forthwith, tr their eceplre will have forever departed- To-day, inyrmldoeit rf the Blave i'ower tbreaetn and ketreee Borthen, aal te, art encamped la tht heart ot entral A mtrtct and wagtng a war of eitlrmloallon on tht dtattac tad Inhabllaete of lit petty Mepubllre, wbMa It by tume leore ana eeowlt at Catta, white Ua tweet utMeiibandi are preclpluted on devoted haa eat, ander the Metetllon and ami lea of tho Peder el Admlril.irellon. Bvaa white we write, tlie tel egraph lotwrattwa that twenty Brew nute Bast), guili) .r aiirmpting lo da fend their Bomaaaeeinet e letal rftplseO eltld w'lftllJaai'J &f eaVtKtNl tawoVC "Bw UÄ t Mood iinrat) hat.dila.hava been eoavtttad hy Lav eompu'a Coort of taanelaaghUr! aad eeeteeeet to aveyeart'latprtaoamantat herd labor oe fel UBB. Thla It hat a fair ipoctmen of w hat he long i ...... i for jutUeo" in Keeeeta jaetleo ehleh lakea ihe crtralaalt Into pay and alt Uaeta ta hoa. ling dowa, pleadertag and "wiping eat" ehe ta nootnt.wbom it eowetgn te the Blot prteet If ihty art over goaded Into the madnta of retin log tbelroppraaaur. Bach crime aad wreoge aa unhappy Kanaa haa for lav lael twalve a on II. endured, even Hungary er felawd hoe oever known; and Ibt Powtral whott lottigaUeM tBSSe villali. let were and are perpetrated .lit enthrone. ta tha Wune llaeee, end bee Joel lihltTil aarlk er four year' toeedeaey la the reAeralOertrw meat. Who, In view el theea teeta. see ear the Kcpublieen may now pile their arm even ret aa hour Tbs TaiBoaa will be, at It bei hewn, a PollUtel Journal-- avowedly, though nol eiolu.lvely It raeogali. tke truth tbet Fratdom aud I are horagrapplro lnn.-auly r..r. flirt, ant the roiult one of them miiM i. m all control ovr the Federal Covernment. Bat, while It five promluM.ee end auphaat to ehe tliiuco'eo eat elucidation oi the great laeue of the day, It staha none of the charade little or a Buttneeeand fem. Ill Bewipeewr. The proeeedtnga of Coe great, likeiboee or Banaaa, will he watched aad repor ted by enable and fearloee corpe tvf ewrraaqiewt ma. wbtle from London. Parti, I onaUetluupte. Havana, Man Francleco, Albany ant ether eeater of Interact, our apt etal advlcoi will be, et ttvey have hewn, freeh and reliable. A memheref uer Kdltorlal rorpt-Batard Taylor--t now la Berth em Burope.aad wllltend the Winter letwedoa. Upland, Kuicia.tbraee mak ing hit way etiler ton aero Mlhorte aad Tarury to the moath oflhe Amour, and thence homeward by the PactSe eon California, anloe to to change of route thallpro tela, greater II I real and pr .fll te oar reaefera, for whom alone bt will write roe ularly threegh out lot adventuroni journey, which Is Ukety to require two yean for lie completion Our report ol the moet Interfiling lecture, public mealing, the. .will he full and reliable, aad our PofwhjB ead Hoineiito luwi made un wllh regard to the tea denaailen into oar ample rolamnt of tMffeaui amnuul of Intelligence that I eonaUteat with the ute of type of jrenerB ill, la bort, II w toil to mak The Tribun worth Ita root, Il shall net be for want of eipeotu-ire er effort. If It be deemed dealrahle by Bepubltecwa that Thu Tribun thould be circulated In their eevwrel loralllle, wo urge them to ret that Cluht be made up and forwarded In duo aeeeee. The Paettneawatt are aemiuffi. all. ad m .in I abed aol to aid our ate culatlon, bet to urge Inttemd that of ywerntla deemed "eouiid ud "Netto aal" by the esajea j tri. la of Atcbleonand Blrlngfellow. Weeek live Kepubllcana everywhere to take aero tBatt theea effort be nol oBocloal toqaenah the light el Pre dean la the murky ntUU ef Slavery. HMei Hall) I rihuue, pr annum KNf WhKKI.Y TBI BUBI. Blugle roplet, per eaau Two Captae " Plve Copio " iS ta 1 cn (or..-., to one addre, . W icnd tbo Kami-Weekly Trtbunt lo rltfftmtr, ai B- per year. IHI WKEBLY TKIBCSK. singlet opy, per annum I hree Copic. rivotopiee. m Twenty Oopiaelo owe uldmaatod any toe-) gernumberjsi the rate of f per an nun 4 .....) Twenty Cople. lo add reu ef each ubecrl- ber, and any larger number at ihe ea te MJhO of (iii aech J We contlnae to tend The Weekly Trttvane le cierg) men at ayi per year. I Jf, Pf5?? ""al"S ueoetob of twenty .wrSBtMe. will lie entitled lu an etlra copy . rubicrlplJoni mt) begli, el any lime Pay meat in ail v ante It reqUred In all raaea and Use paper . '"arlably dlecontluued Bl th. expiratttmeli tee ' ". Jm"" Money may be remitted for sabacrirKtowela sel ler at our rtok; bat the postmaster at the piece where lb letter is mailed ahould be made atv qualnled with lu eoatenta, and heep a deecrtptloti of th bill. Whoa draft can be obtained, to) are much afet than to need hilla. Blllt of any epecie paytag bank In the Called nute er Ceeettea neat red et per lac sehe eel p Ions. We have ao traveling agent. Any en with iugto reoelve Tha Tribune need not wert te he called upon for hi ubecrlpttoe. A II that ll to ae issitry lor him to de I lo write a Uttor In na few word a poeelbto, lecleee Ihe it oner, write Ihe name of the tubacriber, with hla eeatoSset, Cenn- ty and Mate, and direct the letter hb UHBBLBY Mc F.I.K ATtl, decia SS Trtbwae Ottco, Stow Tarl. TERMS OF THE DTDIAHA AXES iOsur. Per year, al the end of the year $ 00 If paid within tlx months t SJ If paid tn advance t 00 All a bee libera era nnttorstaed at agagi ag in continue unlet dtirouilnutncc li expraoal) or derod . No paper will be dleeonllnaed, until I a re paid, unleet there t no chanee the money enlof lb tubacriber. naahlng Money can be tent et .our risk, by Mil, la a RCOKTBBBB LbttBB, bath of kSYn ranro. TBABBISBT ill tl Till II One iquarw or leet. then weekt Bach additional tneerMe oder 1 monlhe. TtaaiT iimTuim. one aouare or leaa, owe ywar S IN Une-fourth ef a column 3 month S SB One-fourth ef a eolemn S month 10 SB Oae-foarlh of a column I year IS SB One-half column S Months M M Oos-knlf column S man thl SO 00 One-half column If month SO 00 One column S month MOB One column moultn M Sn One column IS m on the SO CO For each IneerUen over throe weekt Bed lees iba u 3 months, SS eonte a toutre will be stems. I A eoaare oonatets of SSO ems loa Una Meapar- oil. Anything leeatban a aqaara to beeoantod ee a full tqearc; a fraction over a Maare, mb etreeJS) and a half; a fraction ewer a eqear and e Saht, a two tquaree; and ao on. ( rcultand Common lMe t uuri, Atmtoketva. lion and oilier legal notices, must be pa It lead a nee or amply secured. In no caee wifl we aweit the totuaof a cult for the primer ten. Atsaar nsye will be held reaponeible tor the legal atvar tlacmenl ordered by ium. Annonuclng candidates of ever flset'rtf Uos , fi lo lubtcrlhert, and Ojt tt thoae who are not pav ineni luvariably ta edvanee. Advortttemecte not marked oa the copy Ihr a peel (Jed number or Insertion, will he ewe 11 need until ordered out, end pay meal re nut ret aecor. dlngl) . nnleee they refer to a deSnlte date, when they w.ll be Inserted In that date. If merke! 1. 1 1 forbid," they will, of re. .rec. be tuMfSef Wn til ordered out, al the newel rale. All advertlae me ijU from etrangers or translsBl persona to he paid in advance. SjK'clal notice, Fat and Commt nicntteee 4e algued to promote private tntoreaia, will be cherg. eU 1 p r aqaara for aech lotertlw. Marrlagea of rnhscrihtrs or any of their family are annouiicfd graleltonoly. One 11. 1 tar will be rnarged for ell other. Death will he ennenneed gratuitously, hot Icugihy obltoao nottost of thoee tot eabacrihew, will be charged for as Special BeUeee. JOV TO THE WORLD I BV, ALM OF A THOl M I . nt h KS, fcrenie VT.L. ABuisuB a Co sept IS argnmeal he rafard i n v ki teere or hwt awey a er brethren to aha taalat impeia heroic aaeetyr