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norilcutttatrial: IfQteit-for the
D 1 9 1 # 1 4.
~,Ireather nolitiones es fine as it
its at preient all the
Qarif gardett crops willintye been planted .
[,afore, this' nuMber reaches, 014' resders.
lily peps; Onioriii,4aVitic,eatibiges; cau
liflowers, lettuce, radishes. celery, , 41.0*-4
will have been sown on the warniwt .
In the garden. If not, they should he
Own , immediately ; least:es snOn-as'
the ground is in;:werkitag oomlitien, hut'
teat till then. If not alreadYdone, a few I
early potatoes should be planted innuedi
ately. keeping tlietnitt'a warm place
for a few day!, befure, planting, They will
-start earlier. Peas, if pn4sible, should be
planted hi-tt single Tow; as - they:then 'get i
wore- light and heat, and produce .earlier
end more abundantly. If this cannot be I
done, plant in rows four feet apart or five'
feet, with a row of early 'cauliflowers or
cabbage between them, . Seine English
gardners plant'peri in hills - from three to
tire feet apart, according to the variety,
five or six peas to each They : are ',
poled like beans. The amount of seed
eecessary depends on the variety; 'th e .
early dwarf kinds require sheet :30 peas
to each lineal foot; dwarf marrowfats,
tall marreiwfais 'and 'all of similar' habit,
12, The small sited peas should be
planted 21 inches deep; the large sized
$1 inches. Do not tread then in, espec
ially if the soil is at all wet or heavy,—
Kent,,Cliampion of England, and
Knight's Dwarf Marrow. sown at the
same time, will ripen in siiiite_squin.- The . '
Vicrmpiou,of ,Engittud is axtelloious pea, 1
end very productive.
BEANS.—l'lant -on warm, dry
soil, in hills fear: feet; apart, Tlv! soil
should be as rich as possible. Stick a
pole about ten feet. long in each bill, and',
plant five or sir beans around it. - This
is better than poling
_when' the beans are
up, as. the .. .operation istipt_ to disturb the
plants. Threir-pjanti in a hill are suffi
cient. If cold, 'Wet weather comes, and
the plant's. die, Opin•igain immediately.
E,3t4tiNti BEAS: N are sown_ in 'drills' like
peas, - They should have a warm soil and
a snarly, aituatiori., •One pint of beans will
plant a row fifty feet .long:.. If. wore than
one row is needed,: Maki the rows'tiro
feet deep. . . •.
Orti,oss Atitit C.ittacers should be:sown
irt,:reWn one foot apart. The foruier de
light' in rather a heavy loam; the latter
In-Idhie Ideep, , rich • 'Soil. The -• Eerly
Shortho ? is 'the' best - carrot for table use:
It may be eaten ',When quite ydung, and
should consequently he sewn thick, and
thinned put AS ,wattted,-
_AND. Beuts. r -Row in rows
two: feat- apart, and thtn. out to twelve
inches in the tows., . - - •
CABBADB AND CA.llLiFLniVErts.--- . .Sow
on a warm' beidei or gentle hot-bed. Sow
thick,` so es :to'harve;plenty for the fly and
enough fCr: yourself, and thin out and
transplant. J1,4._ thief. They are always
better for transplanting before finally set
ting out. ,
The same -remarks apply to
celery - and . tomatoes;
• aargsaav- CANEs, • if they have,been
covitid - be;taken out and tied to
stakes. T.heutnies should be, shortened
backiltraving their*. front two to your feot
lon,, ,, ,.acCording to strength.
- . - AtiiiiitAtits Reps should be slightly
forked' over ,and manured..
TEIZ-IloT-BED•will require careful at
tention. thia -tuonth.`. : If too cold, some
fresh,- warililtorse.dung should be flaced
retina it.' The"eneumber vines should he
gagged' down, cutting out all but the ,
strong and fruitful vines. These should'
be trained so as to i
. cover 'all the gpace—
say.froni to fifteen inches aintrt.-H
As wen as the fruit is set, and begins to
sraell, - the Vines siti.uld he pinched off two
leaves above the fruit. ..By the titne the
Grit euenitibers are ready to cut. the - vines
vallitavi - -puihed - out ag,ain and. f,irm'ed
deti fruit, Which will grow raPidl2fas soon
as the other is removed: the vine
is very strong, not more than one cucum
bot,,,should-Jraieft on at -
The celery; tomatoes, egg- plants, &e.;
eons tit boxes Pi• the hot.bed; should be
r*netied _to 'a Gold . friree,' or it the weath'-
erTia very_ itarM," to rt.sunny_ border. In
transplauting r uir.e- should be taken :to
disturb the roots as little as possible. They
should;-have a gentle watering, if (memo.;
fy, - Witli"Water of a temperature of above,
BO `obey. should, be : set out- in • rows
fourAipio_irrelles apart, and remain here
till the trounci is rtady for their fitialset
ting-out„. . . ;
11U lustre - a gond vegetable garden, the
soil= cannot be' tea' rich. Ripid growth is
desiribla'lt,is . better' to manure in the
fall ;,. f itui; if i thia:bas b een neglect ed, the
moo_an& sliotild Door be spaded and heavi
ly =inured with rich. woll-rottml dOng.
auti:be,eare.ful thorcrughly :incorporate
it with the soilr - - "
WAY TO CULTIVATE POtA-,
VoLgio = ' .. PrePtiTe the :grotind well; and if
Ad IV strong turf. .the ground may he fur
rowed7verr shallow.. Drop the potatoes
any , desired:Alga= apart - y At please,.
gocer „theta, with a .00w, :Malt ng a sha_rp
age.' ilistirli.some. of tt.e end.
Mille by tru•ning. a 'wand ; but with a , little
tom .-,secd and a:hoe that evil. may -be
lxnfletiied.- - The -potatoes will be ebwered
rather deep; And some days'after planting
fnita:i.ciiimuon kill. Chain; hook each end
of,the Clud re, iron lid
.gOod bunch oS tiro.
ber hrush, and•liitch your team to it cen.
tro link of the chain. putting a spreader
into the Chain in order to carry the front
egd OftheTbrtrah in _each furrow, letting
the brushy parts lap over each other; lay
a short board across, and you may ride at
eerie, and see your ;Imbeds swept . as clean
a 511,41 stouid.deaireg:' ©fter:tfee_potato~s
hatve • begun, to breik - . krotteil, repeat the
eatue operation, and you Will heyleased .
- see all -the-3111811 14etls breshiti tali of the
hills. The iou:4 , 44 :done by
hoe and ap, Run; u
(us, / 4 1. 1,./., - A:.
-4 2 .1
HARtlOWlNFFlP 4 quiroEs.—!;lf,jmfa , oei
jiisu - before' tbri*,Aouti - are
genii ng. thnntelf the greu nd,, the - atter.
harrowing .also breaks the •crust of the
soil, and - the sheet 'Can-penetrate' through
the-ground inure readily,. It. has:alStian:
Either 'advaniagei'iit reHnerea,ti i Portion'
the soil:from-above, the plant, and thug
the plant - receives , .during: the titat. stages
of its growth, when-ithe soil i‘f cold, the
more direct' influence , of the san.si
present`an engraving • of arrow used
Engle& for this purpose; •It
tw:, parts, 'each-being convex,. and! übout
two feet' wide. connected by a har laiiruss
theta Odn its rtheir'separaiien to
a greater or smaller distaiie, a.s to fit
the width;of ; and it is drawn by one
home, ,which wallts between the drills on
whichliteperaites - . .
LEM iPD AsitEs.—.7liciro,nyhty/eacts
eii,..ashei---tzentain' "no potash. .: In' seine
places,hoWever, they,are nut leached thor
unghly;:nod such ashes. When' applied to
ground do good: _'Occasionally
is raised With them privions..to leaching,
to increase toe, Causticity; when , this 'is
the wow, this' nine - with, prodttee cood.ef,
feet on Solis,. destitqte• of:
more-or less charcoal; this aleSorbs
ammonia 'from tile air, or substances' eon,
Itaining it , 1 when :4 brought in contiot, and
;this anintonia is !given out to plants dur.
ling their iirpoess of growth. ,The char.
1 cOal 4 therefore , :useftd, wheri applied to
!this soil, as a fixer of aintoonia, apd it 6
one.or, the best. If the soil wants potash,
f 1 ea h a ashes Will not supply the lack
!if mum* barn -
sari barnarti , ptantire is the cure;
lif A:0 be. ter . apply 's; few bushels Of. the.
1 cot:union air-Slaked .o.i r tiule ur marl; ifs
fixer of anononiai plaster (ground gypsitin
or sulphate of Jitne), is the, best-- Oh.io
WITHOUT anoliao4 to use
n. tie oxyg en.
_ ni ,
land return' the!.earbo the- at ospherei
I;piants could Without: plants to
carb , in: • Pnd return the oxygen to
',the carlictsphereyauirlial:.s could nut live.. f.
-..A.dialittistrotor's , Notje.
L ' TERS of 4dniinistration on the Estate
s.oluat , litah, late of - lienesee tOwn
ship, Potter Co., Pa:i deceased,. having been
granted to the - undersigned, ail'persops Indebt
ed to .said estate 'will make immediate 'pay
ment,,and thoSe 'haying elttimti against the
Fame will present them to me for' settlement.
• WILLIAM KURD. Adm'r.
• Genesee. March 13;18'59
Administra . trix Notiee,
'ETTERsot Administration on the Estath
1.41 of CIIARItS C.: WARNER, late of Harrison
toWnship. Potter;; 6., 'Pa., deceased,. haying
been granted tio.the undersigned.. nil persons
indebted to sithi..escate will make immediate
payment, and thnse having Maims against the
same will presedt them o tpe fur-settlement.
MARY ANN WARNER. Adner
gairlson: March 7. 1853.-30.6t*
11_1[CAVY CORN-FED HOGS, from Wyn,
Ming and Living3ton Counties, are being
paelied, an'd, will Le - untiLlannary. 1859, by
ui sn h Year, of the Enterprise 2
NEW LIST OF GIFTS, FOR 1859.
CATALOGUES . FREE - TO :
ffit or;giimi aift 5.004 sloie,
Nu. 439 Ch e stnut 'Street Philudelpia
COmmences the New Year. with an - enlarged
1.141AW - gne, a greater variety of Gifts. increased
facilities for buying Goods and doing business.
and is now preparrd to. offer greater induce
ments to Book buyers thaq ever before, Time
has proved that the Gift System is permanent.
EVANS,is determinedto prove that his Estate ,
lishme it. is conducted under.that stem-in a
more i bent' and imp. , rtrial manner than any
other.. Having lived dawn almost nil opposi
-thin: and having the legitimacy of his - plan'hf
operation acknowledged from Maine . to. Cali
fornini he can, afford to be generous. - Try him,
and judge fur yourself.: • - :. ' -
. SCHEDULE - OF GIFTS.
Pateni Engl6h Lever Gold Watches. $lOO 00
Patent Anchor Lever Gold Watches . . 50 Ou
LadieS' IBk. Case Gold Lever. Watches, 50 00
LadieS' iBk. Case Gold Lever-Watches, . -
cipen dial, 35 OC
Cientit; Silver Lever Watches,' ' ' 25' 00
Gentf Silver Lever Watches, _ 15 00
.Gent.i' Silver Lepine Watches, - Ou
Parlor Time Pieces, nev . pattern, 10 00
LadiO.Blegant Black Silk. Dpess.Pnt- - -,
` teins - — 15 . 00
Ladies' do Plaid - do do 12'00
Lad4s! Come° Sets, (Pia" and_ Drops;}'_:
extra fine, • . . 'l5 00
ILadik Cameo Sets, • ;- cto 110_00
Lad4s'lGold Braceleti.Stone Settings, 00
Ladiag Gold Bracelets, plain or englav-: •
~ - 5 00
Gents.:SqlidGOld Vest,Chains. new pat., 14 - 00
Gents' hrsl,Englisli plated Vest Chains,' -.5 00
-Ladies' Guaids, - or Chatelaine Chains,
Large Gold Spring Lockets, double cases, 10 00
Large Gold ? Snap Lockets: , do .5 00
Meditim'size, Ica. 3, 'Lockets, - . do 3 00
}teary Gold Pencil Cases; with Gold Pens, 7 50
Suinrior Gtild Peps; with Holders d: tso.s, , 3 00
Lidies' Gold Pencils, ' • " • • • • .2 00
Gents' Hervey Gold Pencils;. , _• - • ' • 350
Gents' god Pens, With Silyer Extension
‘, 2 00
Ladies' G-ol'd Pens, in Bakes with Ivory,"
Holders; , 113ttlers, - ,1 50 .
Ladies' MOSsie Gold StiMe Seta, - 19'00
'Ladies' Fpdrentine SOS, Pin4and Drops,, 10 00
•La4lies'.-letSets,_ do l . 'do . .7_50
Ladies Lava, - do:, • ~do -10 go
'Ladies' . Caruso Pins, large. 500
Ladies" "do do - mediud!, . ' 350
:Ladies" ;do ' do small, ' 250
Ladies' Gold Stone Pins, •. 2 50
Ladies Box and Glass Ilipi.tkure or Hair
- 4 2 00
Ladies' Plain Gold Pins, nevr pattern, 250
Ladies' do Ear Drops, •.! 2-00
Misses': do Gold Pins, , 150
Gents' bluster Pins, opal centre, 2 50
Gekts'. Siolti.Stone,f!ins.:, •.;
Gents' Cameo or 3losalc.l3olom*iidsc, 450
Gen tiq:ograved do do -;• •2. toi
Gents': Plain '+- 40 -Az , ••;"-`- do
Ledies'• :do: do • . 1-, ,r,SI C : 10"
E•adies'jPesrl Card cases, 04t.
lAdies'enmeo, xiossic v lor,Clold
tibbon- Pins,? t c 1 5(1
Gents Pearl..PockatAtniTes, 1 3, blades,:ti
best 'quality; - 7 : . - - 1 ix,
Vr ents , ..fleff,or Iv,ory4,- - , z de AO.
,Gaid7W49,tell;Zeyti end-Pencils -
14ente— .'Mon, .
_.-liarah.subt and 1110ani. will be ea ibeir,guird Davi
:.bs ,_/ 111141211 4°° 411611e4 t li rt i e ge lt
irifire m'ae ladll lpd rnif t
G Rin ts ', bold TA
'lgs,:with.Ston tti e
Setting, 2 st; :•=r ia r r il43° : , • :" lind sl g aitta° ; a f
ar7 4114 " . ' 9O
ladies',:.:_; AO. . • •-‘ '" '• • •
Sets Silver-Ptated.Tes 5p00n5 , ;.:2,00
Silver-Plated.Butter Knives, .:.100
Ladies' or Gents',,Porte-mennaies,•••,-.:1 50
Gentti' , Gold••Watch E„eps or Vestlilooks, :100
Ladies' Florentine Breast Pins, , ..3 50
Ladies' Jet • •--do . ,„ t • ,3 50
Ladies' Mosaic . ' - '0 00
Ladies" Cameo Ear Drops,. v, ,• , VV:: - 4 50
Misses' .do . f do • • . • :2 50.
Misses' Ear Drops, with Stone Setting, - . 2 0
Misses', Gald -aracelet, lialf Round Rand,-4 0 0
Ladies' ;,, do do 0.00
Gents' Scarf Pin, V • • ... 200
Gents' Jet Studs, i ; ".• 300
Gentsr Jet Sleeve Muttons, v, azo
Misses' Gnid Crosses; • • , 50
Miscellaneous Gifts. net entsiocrated'in
the above List, varying in vainir _ _
!., from : I • ,25 cents to $35 00
•e SSJO worth of, the. above Gifts will he
impartially distr*ted among Purchasers with
every $l,OOO worth of Rooks sold.. 411 Books
Sold at Publishers' lowest prices. . . ,
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self art, bought direct, trout the Publishers, and
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which would be an inducenten. even, without
the Gift System, which, °Biwa so many adai
tiOnal advantages... :•
IWorks by the most popular authors,
and 'dead, in all styles, from. the most 00907
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~ ' " pr. liivinastone,,
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" , Frank Forrester, 4' Mrs. Rentz, •
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. 4 • „Cap Mayne Reid,
" U. Spurgeon
4, St!) °lle _
", • Fielding,
" Perry, •
" Wilke9 , •,;•••
HISTORY' AND" BIOGRAPHY O' THE tlol`
" Goodrich,. _
e o 12;
• Lord,. ,
o numerous to mention.
• . Gibbon;
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, ANCIENT AND MODERN POETS.
• Butler, - ' - Milton.
T. B. Reid, • Spenser,
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• Scott, - Mrs. Norton,
Moore. - 'Kemble,
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Southey, • Hnod,
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Tasso, t Gdickmith,
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Alice Carey, Shelley,
• Keat.. Montgomery,
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Giftißoolc;Storc and I'ublishin.9 Ifou#,
• ,43l clitsrtio 4TIIGZT,
[33-tl.3t.] Philadelphia, Pa,
e.ive:We4resent you with a-Inconel:a ol
DR:4 MORSE--the. inventor 61. MORSE'S .
DliiN ROOT PILLS. This philanthropist hat:
spent,the 'venter part of his life inltraveling
having-visited Europe, Asia, and Africa. n
well as North•AMerion::-.has spenfthree year .
among the Indians of our - Western• country=-
it 1 1, 133 tn this way that the; Indian Root Pill;
Were first discovered. Dr. Morse - Was the first.
min to n3tablish -the fact that all diseaes arise
from' IMPURITY OF .TIIE , ILOOIY. , r that our
streneth. health and. life
,deperidefi upon. this
vital fluid. '. • ,
When the/ various.passii,ges beconne clogged:
and do 'not act in porfeet harmony with , the
ditferett functions of the , body, thebluodloses.
its action, becomes thick, corrupted and; dis.
eased;: thus-,causing all- pains, sickness and
distress of every name ; our strength
bansted, onr - health we are deprived of, if
iiatetre'is not as in throwing off th ' e stag
nant humors, the .blood , will become choked
and 'cease to act, and thus our light of life will
forever ho:blonva out. Now important then
that !we should keeip the various passages-of
the body free and open, And, hew . pleasant
to us that we have
. it' in Mir power" to put -a
medicine!in your roach, namely.' Murse's In
dian lif l at Pills, inaninfactiired from: plants
and rowe'ivhich grow-orotund. the.
-0113 cliffs iu Natiire'S garden, for the health and
recoverY,hrdiseo.Sed mad. One . the routs
froin Which these Pills are made is a Sudorific,
which opens the" pores of skin; arid assists
Nature in throwing. Ont the Aner parts of tbe .
corruption within: T,,The second; is, tt. „plant
whicir is an Expectorant, that-opens and un
clogs the passage to ;the lungs, and - thus,- in a
soothing manner/ performs its dtity . by throw
ing off Phlegm, - and;, other- limners from the
lungs by copious spitting. The thlrd.is
uretic, which gives ease and -double. strength
to the kidneys ; ;thus eneouraged,. they draw
large amounts of- inepurity froth the blood,.
Which is then-thrown out bountifully. by _the
iirinary or water .pansage; and *Which eoUld
not have been disoltargal .in any other way:
The fourthis.a. .Catilartie. and iaeootnpatties
the oilier properties ;of the Pills.witile engaged
m purifying the, blood; the coarser. particles
f a - linty:why which :Oannot pass ;by the other
outlets, are tlit*taken up and conveyed off in
great quAntities the bowels. -
1 $ :Virg., Townsend,
S. 31. Smacker,
" T.. S. Arthur, •
a A. S.. Roe,
D. p. Thompson,
Sam Slick, •
" .11 . a0on Harland,
. 6 Rdivard Everett,
From the above,-t,t is shown that Dr. Morse7l3
odian Goat not oi-Iy-enter the stomachj,
:but become united: withr the blood, for tbey
fine way to every part, end completely rout out'
and cleanse. the systemfrom all. imp, rity,:add.-
the life of the body; which is the blood,' be- 1.
comes - perfectly healthy; consequently .all i
sickness and pain is driven'frrtint the system, I
for they Calinet'remaiti when the body becomes
so . pnro and clear. 1. ; ,
. The reason itylisJ ; •;petiplel-are so, distresse&l
when sick,' and writs° many die, Is becautie''
they not get a :Mndleinie which will pass:
to the afflicted parts;
and 4lifelt will open the'
natural passages for the disease
. W be,cast oat;
hence. a large quantity of food and other mat
ter is lodged, and the stomach: and
are, literally oterllOwing with the corrupted ! ,
man ; thus u4dergaing disagreeable fermen
tation, constantly- mixing with the blood,whieli
throws corrupted matter through everyvvei l:
and artery, utitil.lifc is taken ; from,. the
by disease.' Dr. Morsels PILLS have added to
thetnseiveS Victory: Upori. victory',-bY restoring
millions of the sick. to blooming health and
happiness. Yes, th-ntsandsWhti have; been
rackellorrtormented with Sietkattsi. Pain and ,
anguish. and whose feeble. ft-tunes:have been I
scorched fly' the (turning- ekitieuts of raring. ! !
fever, and who
.baVe been brought. as it were,.
within a Step'of the silent grave, now stand
ready to.iestify. that they would have b .en
numbered wilt. th e for
td. had it not: been
this great and wenderfal n;edittine, Morse's
Indian Eliot After one or two-doses had
been taken, they were. astonished, and Aso,
lately surprised, in -witnessing their charming
effects. - Not only do they give immediate ease
and strength, and take away all sickness,
pain and anguish, b;:t they at ence. go to
work 'at the -foimdation of the disease.,
whiCh iS the bitted. • Therefore, it .will; be
shown. especially by those Who use these Pills.
that they will so.cleause and parifv, that
ease—that deadly enemy—will take its flight,,
and the flush of yonth and beauty will'
retarn. and the prospect of a long and happy
life will cherish and brighten your dayc...
Sold by SMITH kJONTES,.Condersport; also
.by" all :Medicine Dealers in. the -county.
J. WHITE. 'CO., - Sole Proprietors, No. 50 -
Leonard st., New- York; .W M. MUDGE & CO..
proprietors of Dr. A. Trask's.Magnetic
meitt,)' Earlville,Madisoti Co., N. Y„ General
iit)% AR i) ASS( WIATION:1
A Benevolent lastitutiofi, established by special
esuloicment for the relitf of the
' tressed,' cOlieted With •Virulent and
• - , Epidimic diseases. - •
ALs HOWARD ASSOCIATION, i • yr o
1 - .the awfUl destruction of huntau,,„
'ed Sertial diseases, several years rect . -,
ed Consulting. SUrgoon, to. ilpe ,* • ..ppu ,
sary for tho-treattnent of this class .
in all their forins; and to give - MEDICWAD 7. I
VICE GRATIS, to :all. who apply by'
with deseripth 43 of their eondition, (age; . '
occupation, habits of-life. &cl.l and in cases
of extretnepovertV, to FURSISit;MED.I . CINES
FREE 'OR CRA.RGE.
The Directors of the Associat'on;' in, eir
late Anon'a th
l Report express` the highest SlGs=
fact'on with the success has attended
the labors of their Surgeons, hi the, cure - or
spermxtorrhm - a, Setain'al'Weakn e ss,-.G o nory,.
Gleet; Syphilis, the Vieft Onaniiiii' or
Self-Abuse;-Disease of ,the Kidneys -and p.iad,.
der, &e.; 'and order a enutinnatfee . of the: Itanae
:plan for ensuing year.
An adn3lr.sble Report on SPerritabirthtea, or
Seminal We-tkneis-, the vice of Ofianisitn,slas
turbatiotr "Self-Abuse, - and other •Disesiies
of the S,exutil•9rgattp, by-the Consulting' ur- -
gem), Will. be sent by•mail, On a sealed eni-el
aped FREE OF CRAR,GE,•on receipt of
STAMPS for postage:, -j - A
Address, 'for 'Report; (m i ... tfea ' Nient;
8141,L1N HOUGHTOlblis.' Acting-'• Sttrgettn,.
Howard,Associationi No: 2 &lath liinttOtfetlV
ros STONE .LigE, in bbl.-orbuUti.st,
IL/ greatly reduced prices. can be had a 5.. ,.
20 : ",.:CLARK k PHILLIPS.
OUTS!,' SIiCjES, tintralo. Oier.;
Shoes. for men; women and children, by
the case, dozed or pail., at
.20 CLAM; do PIiILLIPS,
4 - ,. , .•
' • ,
rs: iara „. 1
, - r itiiite . ''
4 , " - dtftitifutd= y';'-ift,triliir we Itiire lii;
piiii - can beiade: lt is aigitia&tritia ex.44it
ef - FiniflinithiPnEthi;ib-fi ‘finbin'id'iiiik' otherH
*hgt#3.29414 0f.114 11 , IliTi;FrialtqagYe-Powet asi
al littera:an' elective ausidsote for the diseases
'Siirsiipitrifliiiizreinitato curs, - , -*ltiWbeliOeli
ffint,.auch:al,*edy,ii . i.-vvitut^by,..thisse l „,it9
suffer from Stiunieus rinirplitinii, enil;that,cule
thiiitiNkill - neeeirbplish ; theit=eitri niiiiiiirirve
D i 'AirffinelisU.*Page r ,t o Ittlia-:** * St Clt4 01)4 1
4tieted, fellow-citizens.• How cturitpjetelytituf
6fiipardct*iiidiiii hriiib'eaviiraieu by et,per.
i.niitilt Onlintrlintetbe Noist *Pi 34,bliticiild
of the folloningcourVEo e u 'I *
Efawrims - J,•iti - -''' ' trenxi - tri' upi.reirosic; ,
EituPTlVs3,ANDitlki• et itt Dili EARL% : Illenns,
Pormes, = Diorrais - =?Temails,i Sit.r( ifunuu,
§c,tzti - gp.xt,,,-,Eivv . in us, /op
rEciifins,, MEV:11114,1. DIFIEVIi, I)n,Am, NETT- .
Iretriti ott Tie Dtt•Loinir.rfx, Dam*, -Dye;
PEPSIA, AND: I,VDTG'ATION' t ,,,EttANIPEL&S, Xtt.)3l3
011. Sr. : A.NTII OXY:S Finn,„ and i‘idecif the. Whole
class of eouiplainti 'arising:front Lir igurr 00
run B!.bOD. - - .y-wi , .: - ITli 1 ,•,* 1 r
This d will 'be fr nd a gfel
Us compound wl._ faun& a i.prk ,
motel of health - , When tak7n'in the spring, to
expel . the, foul , humors:, which falter ,in :the;
blond at that season of the ypar,,, e . fly the time
ly of them maay is tklmg disoiderii
are , nipped- in. - the bud.. -11ultitudeal eatt,,,by
the aid of this renietly,, spare thmusely.e , v;froM
the enduranee ibul eruptions and . ulcerous
acres, through - Whick the systent.will I;trive4lt.
-rid, itself of ,corruptiorii, if' not assisted do .
this thru'ghl the 'natural' chtiroioki of ' the! body
by an':alteratiie ritedicitie.. .Cleanseont :the
411,i4tcd_blcxid whenever you its' impurities
tairsting thretigh t skinin pimples, eruptions,
ar 'sores ; cleanse it when yon .fund. ob
stroetedand sloggi h in_tboyeins; Cleanse it
iheneyer it ; ;s foul, anal, your feelings' will tell
you, when. '' Peon.itherendpartiedar;'dlsOrlet
- . i; felt; people 'enjoy
: better health,- slid' llye
longer, for cleansing , the. blood: - :Keep' the
'ileocl healthy, and .all is.wellt but }rittl this
pabulum :of life diFordered, there! eau Elie no
1 Ittsting . :health. Soaner or .later ", something
must go wron„,, , i
.and the great Machinery of
ifa is disordered or oyerthroWn." - • ' • •
•..Sarsaparilla- has,. anct7d-zerves, much,' the
reputation; of aecouraghing these ends. Ilut
the World . has been..,egre` giouslY'deceiied by
it.reparations• of it, - partly , because 'the drug
alone - has not' allAhe virtue thlit is claimed
les it, but more A,ci e n u se many preparations,
pretending to be.*centrattcl'extracts of it,
contain but little oil:tin:virtue §.4sa:parine !
or oily . think; else. : . ,
Per-Mg - late Cease the been rids_
lid by bulge boitick pretending to given. quart
of Extract of ,Sip§aparillit for one dollar.. Elcst
of these have bten frauds -upon the, sick, fcr.
they, not' only contain little,. if .any; . SursitPS:,
rilla, but often no curative piiiperties WhateV=
cr. Hence, bitter and-Vitiatul disappointment
has followed:the use of the various oxtlac.ts, of
Sarsaparilla which goad the Market, until the
Muneitsclf is insily,ilispisek and has become
synonymous withiMpcsition and cheat. Still
we call this - compound Satsiparill pod intend
to supply such a remedy as. shall rosette the
name from:the load. of , obloquy nhinh rots
upon it., And ,we think we huve. - ground for
believing it Ilia virtues Which' itiOilesirtille
by the ordinitryrun of the diseases it i 4 intend:
ed to °cure: in order to secure their Complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be-jutliciously taken aecording. to ditections
the bottle. .
M A Ss. ,
Price,:sl per Bottles Bottles for
Ayer's Cherry' Pectoral,
has woo' foi itself such 'a renown :for the titre. of
every variety of T hroat and Lang Complaint.' that
it is 'entirely unnecessar; tor: us toy recount the
evidence of its virtues, vrherever it has-, Leen' em
ployed. As it. has long been in' c o nstant" use
throughout this section, we need not 'do More than.
assure the people its quality, is kept up to the test
it ever has been, and that it may be , relied on to
. do for their relief all it has ever'heeit'fouud to do.
• Ayer's 'Cathartic
TEI33 =az cot , - • •
.C.3(iremess Jaundice, Doppia: ludigestion s
Piks,,lilreconatiam,.Eruptions end :Ntiss
Liver, anzfilond, Drop fy...Telieni Tumors and
Sufi - Worms, Goat, Neuralgia, as a
Dinne and for Purifying Mai Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the ii,ost. sensi
tive can nike. them pleasantly. and, they are ,the
best aperier.tiu the -world for all eir4,.parpesee of a
Price Molenta per Pox; FiveToxes for el.oo.
' Great numbeis of Clergymen. PhySicians; States..
men, and eminent pee-onages, have lent' their
names to certify them:liar:llloml usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents belocr named fur
nish gratis'ctur.Auntuesic Ar.statrAC in which they
are given ;'with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
loWed fOr their cure. •
...Do not bet put tiff tip unprinciplid dealers with
other. preparations .they make more, profit on.
Demand 'Arrays, and take no 'ethers. 'The sick
want the best aid , there is for them, arid_ theyshould
have it. •
All our Remedies aro • • •- • -
SOld h‘• SIIITFi & JONES, and VW. SPEN
CER? Criirsport -CCRBY BON,- Ulysses;
A.• B.J I 0111•0 1 ,1. = Cushinerville ; MANY , . At
NJOHOLS, Millpert 7,,C, H. 81:0lOSS,Dswityn;
and by nll Merchants and Druggishs.:, 1,48
4;k:• - - - •-••••,
Eyem ell:I-Cars Open
_ II sill :,:ye that bath ears, let, hint hear,
N aiia he that. IfiAirt:Yes, ret . biin come and
wlniderett.ingdoutja.NqllsYMe t the
City pf.Tanner,iss e and .e:ipeciaily, .at the ...Old
Regtihitor,t where thirtY , two men and seven
boys aro .wapti.d.:to work_fifteenliciurs every
day, (Sundays exeeptcd,)"and he :thut bath uo
money come. - Bring a board, litiUg a shibgte,
bring_ .• a hog - , • 411.g it geese, bring u deer; bring
a bide, bring a mink, bring n - ptilt, bring your
butter—bring what you like, you shall not tie
turned empty Away becn Ues von have not the
filthy lucre to, buy yourbread.i This ondetb
the first-lesson: :,CLARK &111.1ILLIPS.
VERYTILING bought and auld.st tbe Oid
VA Regulator, except Gas‘Glai Scandal and
Bloiney. Soft - Soup and Soder,.k4 sixpence a
pound, must be bad•at 'Some Bigthtrs, atSonle
Brotbers, in.this town.'
20 ;`,.. - .7;;; ,, ;',i;.:1 - 1- CLARK
-OLAltg'B4-.PI.III,LMS render ; them thanite
1.2=t0" the;gb6d peopTe•ot. this - -Commen
, wealth for their most liberal ip#tronagi l and
they.: di) tenderlkeir spielat," - thanites f tcotbpir
eompetiters. and' .. ba . y.,?thera, Air - their..gentle
,barliing for at time, coticoeteWlfaliehoodfof
;all time; . etriy jealousy ; I far bcl 44 - ttubt it
'Arai !meet (or, bet big:preyed:bur
?So g 4 aheitd. The more the better.
20 • •'.'s - ;CL;ARK*PIIILLIPS: ,
11 4 11.0trii, and', ,, lleans; . - Florae Peek
1:-.-Corn- Meat; Gate, Shorts: enough to rap.
ply"a 'tition, at the Old , Regulator. , •'d•
20 - -*/
-mo'ollAitGE FOR . SITOWING THE NEW
1,.1 Goods just received at i-OLMSTEP'S,'
TRAVkiTY , 'O"4
'"' tiattir: NEWSPAPER r •
/VIE NEW YPIIic..._,WAgKLYPIESS
I ~L 1 on ,l . 4 txx a m. papiiii:pf,thq 6 1.4
TivENTV `PAG2. I
er - 5.1XTY , C01.155018:44 er4ertafornittuatti7,
apo A.I QsTLY U T.E. , 4 7 Tlitt ;e y st i,
, - O,IF:T 'WORTH' : PADA MIN* JED
$lOOO 00-WIUVIE;SENT• TO EAOU ltrB.
scamilpri MONEY • F
ToNs:;_or . , Anv.acM
One copy fd netyear and 1 gift, 2 ",
Three copieetipq - year,:tind.3,gifts,...:',..•,., : b
Fire copies dndyesry and 14 gifts, 4 22 ,
Ten copies oine year, sud 10 gifts, - " is 2 0
Twenty 7 ono CoPieSone`seatf,nrid'2loS,3o
The articlel toilediatributed argcomprigat
iii therfolloiviiig '-" _
Isiniud :States Treastity- '• • ,
• f;' • - _ $lOOO
2 do -. do , 500 00,eath.,
do des - 200 00 ,esilf.
' do : Soo Audi,
` 7 l4i Patent' lever - rfunaig -•-•• . .
Cased Watchei, 'lOO 00, - est.b.,
20: Gobi_ Watches, ,• • ' .75 00; each,
_do , • 60 00, each,
100: d6 • *' 5 000;esc1.,
300 ',tidies* 35 00, eselL.
,Sile,cr ,Hunting eased
" - Watches, • •30 00, ad'.
' 500 'Silver- Watches, - ...:515 00 to 25 00, task
1000 Gold Ginird..YeA . • .
and roV,Ch4ina, "10 00 to 30 00, - eitli:
1000 Ooldl - Pens • and
• -- Pencils,
, . .
Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, lot
Drops, Breast tins, Cuff Pius, Sleere Buttons,
Ttings, ,Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, Gold -and
Silver Thimbles, and a variety of Other itti.
'clos, Worth from 50 cents . to"sls 00 each ;
• tin re c eipt , of the .subscription 'money,tis
sn scriber's name will .be entered upon ma
bgbks oppOsite a atuxiber, and the gift term.
.4nding with that number wilt be forwarded
within one Week. to him; iy mail or crptu t
post paid: , .
There a neither hu m bug nor lottery allot
the above; as every subscriber
.is sure of
'prize of value. We
s prefer- to Make thin 11
•eral distribution among. them instead of git
ing it.large cOrniniasion to AgCnts, giving in
the subscriber the amount that would go In,
the Agent:and,in many cases a hundred Add
dressed to .
DANIEL ADEE, P.uousups,
211 Centii street; New York.
I). L. 47,, M. IL DANIEL'
. Fret= New Ircirk;• . - ... -..
O.ii%II : O,VTE . 1 , :-. r ;
~_..-. ~,,,.: 14 . . : 5 %..5wgyiy,....7., _ 0.. F ::;,-..
,'.& SHOES HATS & CA'
Also, a good stock , of iIStELLANEO3
Achool Book 8)
'STATION'ERY:, &C.; -
.111 of wbich they witt , erll AS LOW SSG:
PRODUCE Di-ALL KINDS
-*'.4 . (II•ANGt Fent: GOODS,
ior'whieb the HIGHEST PRICE Wilibe
- . .
/ They can be found lit an times, (Satunt
Ind Sunday 'exceptid) cit, the Store form
occupied by D. BAKtli.; '
IN IPTISV7II ! E r.
rCrtditO 'weir upon CUatoira..
havieriiii to the conclusion
' : `:READY PAY"
is better . for all, parties, .and vsr,e shall, the
fore, dO,busbasgs on this system.
, - /4 IL A. rums.
trlyssoi, Nov. 4. 1858.--6:tf. •
Trlfiß stibseriliers' take this method of
JL formitiz their friends that theyare in .
ceipt of, - and_ siro
. now opening, a choice
desirable atpelt-of, 7 _ _
OAPLE - ANDi!.4%.NOT DRY GOODS,
, „ .
to vihicli 'they InVIM - the 'aiteption of all
doSire to make-purchases: , • Our Stock is
has been - selectod,with great snare, and is
tieularly adnOtep, 7auts of 046 sec
of our couutry'.. - 04tsioelt Of Dry Goods '
DRESSbOODS,TIIIiI3IINGS,RIBI O ' S
,r; ,SIIIItTINGS', •
-LT ENS;! :PRINTS, -
•-•• jnOSTERY, ' BRAWLS,
and ,a-Variety of other iirtieles,_ too atm
Wuetitiop. WehpareFilso a complete
altotvlickwiti .40-dchd 'uncommonly. •
for ready pay, ass;d; for approved credit os
iettionable terms'as eior other estnblou''
M111P 0 4 1 , - Axig• 11086.-9;0
~ Y I"'
PARMAGE WAGON iItAKED *
.::tins: inetho'd of informing: the peb
lie in genoraLthat he' hi• prepared
to' do' all workjii his he;
in a si , orkiiittei4ilie manner, and nett
tut,,,"!;lkc.,cl). lAttipthating terms.
4"4l4lrnah' invariably reinieid
%ha- Net/11.z ,- get.'„ . .All kinds of rn'.
txtketi - °R .- account of work, .
5 00 to 15 00, each;