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Lawyers and Their Fees.
M We not only respect Lawyer but have a
lively admiration Tor them. Who ever heard
of one or them Inking a fee in an unjust
cause? or lining a hnrd-henrted thing? or
saving whnt he did not believe? or encour
aging litigation ? or m'rsrepresohting evidence
to the iirv fe Toctiucville rightly anyt
they are the erito?rary Ihnt is, ilia heat or
men of the Lnitml mates. Mur own an
miration or them is founded on a Inrge ex-
iierience or llicir virtues. Let m cull tin
lor a moment, from our pleasant memories
or the past, the images of a Tow Lawyers or
our own acquiunlauce.
There Is our friend at Columbus, Missis'
eippij who never varies from hia scale or
charges, even lor friends. We sent linn
once for collnniiou our hill or t'J against
euWriber. Ho collected it the same day,
nnd sent ua by return mail, his own hill lor
Tea of 915, with a Hilito dun for the un
paid boliiiire of $0. We remitted instauter,
thanking linn lor his promptness,
Then liere Is the eminent counsellor at
Lnko Providence, who charged ua w'XM) on
a hill of eschuuge for fi'J,0f)0. whicb hod
tiren paid on prraentnliou. We remonstrat
ed, and ho consulted na lor not having col
lected through a bunk, by the assurance that,
if professional etiquette did not Turbid, he
would must certainly reduce his original
itharga, which he admitted was rather too
A still better man was a Texas lawyer, to
whom we entrusted a deputed laud claim,
on an arrangement called Hie halves," very
common in that part of the country. A
facetious dog wns Hinilh. About eighteen
mouths elapsed without our bearing from
liim. He then wroto us, in answer ol our
twentieth epistle, that be bud dune remark'
ably well with tho claim, having coinpro
mined it for hair the value or the property
mat lie hail pocketed the hull lor his lee
and that we wero really not indebted to linn
lor anything besides the costs ol a suit he
bad commenced nnd discontinued. We
could have liiiily huggod the fellow for his
gay ami careless humor.
He did not givo us half the trouble we
I. ml with a lawyer out at Jefferson City, who
bad collected lor us a claim of several hun
dred. Punctual as a correspondent, he ait
vised us, by the first mail, adding Ihnt the
mails were madu very irregular by the over
flowing or the river, and he did not think it
safe to remit. We waited until summer
time, until one could almost wado the Upper
Missouri. The river was so low then, he
said, that bo found it extremely inconvenient
to get bis paper to the hank where he usuully
bod it cashed. Two seasons passed by, and
innumerable letters were interchanged in
regard to remitting, droits and inundations.
At last, being in need or funds, we wrote
that we must insist on having the monoy, ir
respective of the stale ol' the water. He wss
an honest creature at heart, and sent it, for
getting to odd the two yenr'a interest, but de
ducting 13 per cent, fur bis fee.
Lawyers will bo n little lazv sometimes:
but cun we blame a mnu lor physical iniipt
ness or inactivity ? The laziest one we ever
knew lived at Klmwneetown, Illinois. He
bad promised for a year or two to remit to
Louisville so:uo money be had collected for
us. Business like demands, cajolery, per
suasion, argument, and menace, had no effect
on him. He wouhl write no more. At Inst
wo sent him iu full the anecdote of the mnu,
who was so lazy thnt he ate apples of' the'
free, not being energetic enough to raise his
band to pluck Ilium. This touched the
right spot, and he roused himself so liir as lo
send us the money. The effort nny hnve
killed him, for we have never heard of him
In no profusion is there a more chivalrous
sense ol honor tliim in that of the law. We
have a lively remembrance of having been
long kept in constant bodily Tear by a law
yer of Little Kock, Aikimsiis. He bad
inniutiiined a most obstinate silence for more
than n year alter receiving of ua the full
uiuoimi of a claim. To a letter in which
we demanded an immediate and satisfactory
adjustment of the matter, he answered thut
our Ibrmer letters were too Yankee-like, but
be was ready to give us satisfaction at once,
lie ended by requesting us to name our
friend and weapons, us be would come on
end fight us on our own ground. Wo wrote
jiim by return post, to put a Pickwickian
construction on the offensive letter. Alter
ppplyiug lo some forty luwyers to collect the
t'iaiui from our bulligrrntil attorney all of
lliern refusing llie huniueis on the plus of
professional delicacy we succeeded in re
taining one, on a promise of twenty percent.
A the warlike one's charge was twelve, sixty-eight
per cent, wus all thut ever came in
The New-York lawyer are noble and
dashing practitioners. Miiriniuii never charg
ed more spiritedly. It was only the other
liny one of tiiem sent us a bill of $00 for
seeing to a deposition or a few lines to prove
the style at a firm, adding that he would re
tain the deposition until the bill wns paid.
We hope lie will find it good property; we
paid t4 for another.
Hut we hnve said enough. Our readers
piny think or our article as Mr. Brown does
of newspaier criticism on the bur Ihnt " it
i lime ibis thing was stopped." We have
shown why nnd how we uilmiie
phould any one or them ilisHent from our
views we will fee another to tlinpute wi'b
I urn, Wby tmt ? ues not Ilia accepted
theory make of a lawyer a moral gludiator,
with '-to let" on bis forehead? Does any
one feel, when listening In fureiihio elo
quence, Ihuf iere is a luun behind it?
A si.avi of a Mr. Hawkins, in Milledge
vibe, Ua., on llie Ulst ultimo, cut the throat
pf bis master without giving him a mortal
wound; atabhed Mrs. Hawkins in (lie hack,
and slster(Mr. Bailey ) in the fiice and Ihigh,
put of revenge for flogging which Hiiwkina
bad given the negro man's wife, in the
(horning. The Cuiietitulionuliat says, Toby
Hiid hia wife nre both in prison, and will, no
tloubt, receive apocdy punishment for the
(lie ofl'unco committed,
fX7"The editor of the Mountain Bunuer, a
North Carolina paper, says, that during hi
nbsfliice. hi wife ml the type for tour ool
pmns of tho paper, prepared the copy, read
,lp J'fdofr, and wruft) aqine tutorials.
The Old Grist Mill.
BY R. H. STODDARD.
The gtist mill stands beside ths stream,
With bending loot and leaning wall,
So old, that when the winds are wild,
Tli miller trembles lest it fall
But moss and ivy never sere,
Bsdeck it o'er from year to year.
The dam la steep, snd wedded green
The gate are raised, the waters pour,
And tread the old wheel's slippery steps,
Ths lowest round fnrevermore
Mothlnks thty have a sound of ire,
Became they cannot climb It higher.
From morn till night In autumn time,
When yellow harvest! load the plains,
Up drive the farmers to tho mill,
And bsck anon, with loaded wsins)
They bring a heap nf golden grain,
And take It home In meal again.
Ths mill inside is dim snd dsrk,
But peeping in the open door.
You see tho miller flitting round,
And dusty bags along the floor
And by the shaft and down the spout,
The yellow meal comes pouring out.
And sll day long the winnowed chsff
Floats round it on the sultry breeze,
And ahinotb liko a settling swarm
Of goldon-wingod and bolted bees
Or sparks around a blacksmith's door,
When bellows blow and forges roar.
I love the pleaaant quaint old mill t
It minds me of my early prime)
'Tis changed since then, but not so much
As I am by decay and time
Its wreck's sre mossed from yesr,
But mine sll dark and baro appear.
I stand besido the stream of life J
Tho mighty current sweeps along,
Lifting the flood gates of my heart,
It turns the msgio wheel of song,
And grinds tho ripened harvest brought,
From out the golden Hold of thought.
Submarine Operations at Hell Gate.
M. Maillcfert and Cant. Itaaslof have re-
newed operations offninsl the famous Hot
KocK," at llell Uate, hy the direction of Gov.
eminent and undPr the aiiperintendnnce or
IJrtvet Major U. h riser, U. S. A. and the
remits to Uir as known are as grntilyiug as
before. It will be remembered that the lirst
intention was lo reduce Pot Rock lo 20 feet
from the surface, (mean low tide.) This has
been accomplished, and now the Govern
ment appreciating the importance of render
ing the Gate safe for the ships of the Navy
nnd with them all other vessels, has deter
mined to reduce i: to 24 reel; which Hercu
lean task will in oil probability be completed
Ina faw days. Some idea of the magnitude
ol the undertaking may be bad from the
knowledge of the fact that when operations
were renewed, May 21st, 18.VI, the area of
llie rock to be worked against was 16,600
square feet. Since thnt date the area lo be
removed to the depth required has been re
duced one-half, which leaves 8,400 square
reel yet lo he demolished. The most eleva
ted point or the rock nt the present lime is
21 feet. The change in the eddy and cur
rent since the commenceinct is so great thut
14, 17 and 1!) charges can be exyloded be
tween tides one, two and three were all
that could he fixed upon the rock during the
early operations. The debris which lies
around llie rock caused considerable delay,
as dragging it into the deep, or to the shore,
requires a great deul or time Nevertheless,
muter the supervision or Major rrnser " the
work goes bravely on." As the rocks lessen,
explosions cause an iucrensed trembling ol'
the enrth for a long diatauco inland. Stand
ing many yards from the shore nt the time
a charge is fired, the shock is severe and it is
reported thut several rooms of buildings in
ibu neighborhood have had their ceiling
shaken until portions have fallen. The effect
borders upon the wonderful. Just ns the
exploding charge forces tin the immense col
umn of water, numbers of fish leap from the
water to the height or one and two fuel, for
more limn 100,yards around, fall dead and
often torn in nieces. As soon as Pot Rock has
been reduced. M. Maillefurt will iirnceed to
Nuw-llaveti Harbor nnd commence similar
operations against Middle Kock.
Fable of the Rain Drop.
There was once a farmer who bad a large
field of corn ; he plowed it ond planted the
corn, and burrowed il, and weeded it with
great care, nnd on this field he depended for
the support of bis fumily. But after be hud
worked so hard, he saw bis corn liegiu lo
wither and droop for want of rniii.nud thouubt
he should lose his crop. He felt very sail,
aim weni oui every any to iook at Ins com,
and see if there was any hope or rnin.
One day as be stood there looking at the
sky, and almost in dcipair, two little rain
drops up in the clouds over his head, saw
him and one said to the other,
Look nt thut poor farmer. I feel sorrv fur
bun ; he has luken so much pairs with his
finhl of norn. nnrl it U nil dri-iu.. .... I i
! could do him some gnud.'
es,' sunl the other, you are only a
ruin drop, what good cun you do ? You
l can t
wei even one hillock.
Well,' said the first, 'to be sure I can't do
much but I can cheer the farmer a little, al
any rate, and I am resolved to do mv Ihwi. I'll
try I'll go to the field In show my good will,
if 1 cun do no more, so here I so.' Anil down
went the rain drop, and came pat on the far
mer' nose, and fell on one stalk or corn
Dear me,' said the farmer, putting his finger
to bis nose, 'what's that. A ruin drop. Where
j.. I .- e .. . . !
ii hi ii coma iruinr g uu ueueve we shall
The first rain drop bad no sooner surfed
far the field, lhan llie second said, Well, if
you go i iwneve i win go io ; so uere I come,'
and down dropped the rain drop ou another
By thi lime great many rain drop had
come together to bear what llioir companions
were talking about) and when they beard
them and saw iheni coming lo cheer the
former and water lite corn, one of tliom said ;
If you're going on nch good errand,
I'll go too;' and down be came. 'And I'
aid another; 'and I, 'and I, and so, mi a
whole shower of them came, nnd the corn
wns all watered, and it grew and ripened.all
because tho first rain drop determined to do
what it could. I
Never lie discouraged, children, because
vnu rati'i do much. Do what vou can. '.
Angela can do no more.
Settlement of Ohio—The Changes.
Seventy year ago, April 7th, says the
Srima Gazette, the " Revolutionary Pioneers,
of good family, hut with circumstance much
reduced by the effects of the War against
Great Jbitiun." landed nt the mouth of the
Muskingum, and commenced the erection of
siui-smie luri. m mat lime, so ittieiy urn
beautiful expanse of country, now circum
scribed within the limit or Ohio, and all
West or it to the French posts on the Wa
bash, was in possession or
" beasts of prey,
And men more ssvsgs e'en thsn they."
There was no Cincinnati, no Indianapolis,
no Dnytou, no Columbus, no Chilicothe.
Indian trail through otherwise pathless
woods, stood in the present place ol turn
pikes and railroads. The noble river
which bounds the country on the south,
swept by, in primeval majesty, and the wild
fowl, bark canoe, and Heeling deer only
started the ripples on it bosom. Before
that lime, a little army or cavalier crusa
ders, under Dun more, Governor of Vir
ginia, bad penetrated as fur a the Shawnese
settlement r.f the Chilicothe, where, if tra
dition be reliable, portion or them had
hearkened lo the simple and touching elo
quence or the solitary Mingo. A few French
ndumturers and religious enlhuisaats, bad
InWily traversed tho countiy from Detroit
and the Oubncbe lo Fort Du Queene. But,
without following the changes down in reg
ular gradation an empire or civilized life
which now exists in the territory of Ohio,
was not then to be found, with its concomi
tants, in the known world. And where is
there another audi an example of rapid pro
gress, from the material elements of society
and subsistence, to tho very height of soci
al exigence? What man of eighty years,
now lingering on the shores ol time, has
seen another such t
The New York 7Vi'6uiie of Saturday say:
One murderer was executed in this city
yesterday ; another ia to die next Friday ;
eight or leu are in our City Prison awaiting
inui on uie same ciiarse: one has been con
victed, hut holies for a new trial, and still
another ia added to the list this morning. A
Mrs. Sally, an Irish woman, recently residing
sl-N'o. 24'J M jlherryrst.. died yesterday si the
Hospital from (as the jury save) the effects
of maltreatment by her husband. Both bus
band tc wife were the degraded slaves ofnim,
and both were frequently drunk. Already
there have been six execution in this city
within year, and Neary (if hiiugl will be
the seventh. Fitzgerald shot his wile, Grim
zing poisoned bis wire, Neary beat hi wife's
l.nml to ,im.o, Olaik kHIad policeman,
Saul and Hnwlett killed a watchman, and
Stonkey killed n Ncirro. This is a fearful
catalogue,' antl it grow rank and tall and
strong, and branche out upon every aide,
ior us roots aro coueu in ine distillery and
watered by the Hum glass.
How to Estimate Railroad Damages.
An intelligent correspondent of The Boston
Post, in speaking of the Norwalk disaster,
remarks that the estimates of damage that
should be recovered are altogether too low.
in England juries estimate damages upon a
reasonable and scientific principle. The fol
lowing example is given t
"A lady wit travelling with Iter huslwiiid
on the Midland Counties Railway, in 1851,
wnen another train ran into theirs, killing
the husband and several others. The lady
brought a auit a sum was offered but she
ui.iu nui ui.v:ft ii -nun ii was couiesieu.
The killing was not denied, nor the careless
ness of the action: it was merely question
of damages. The lady proved Ihat her hus
band was a protcssionul man. a lawyer. I
think, and that his uvrroge annual income
was t,O00. His age waa proved, I uelieve j
he was 38. Lile insurance tables were then
of iTlTi'L""'1 """K8,1""!."1' Air-ltou
or live beyond that period was ascertained. J
. ..e prooaoie uurat.on o ms lite or Its 'value ' ,
us hie insurance ha It. was found, and it
lidJrr I u p . T,'ey ,h8n i'-"? ;
o 1 h,.ir f '"i,,l"c?T' or on.e-li.ird,
one- ulf 1 believe, for the lady and comptit- !
ing the value by compound interest for U
""'." f -
seventy thousand dollars."
"The ultraism which have succeeded
eucu inner ao rapidly tor some year paat
have had verv little effect in this conference,
Plirenolocv. Mesmerism. ClnirvnvanM. Mil.
lerisin.ultra-uboliliouism, and spirit-rappings,
lo be misled by speculation, but trust only
in the sure results of exDeriment." Cfiruiwm '
" F.vervbodv at the South believes that
abolitionism ia one of the grandest impertin
ences, ana ine protounnest Hypocrisy of the
age. Southern Mvocate. "
These extracts show bow agreed ou'
'friends" at New-York and llie South are.
And ao thev wrap it up. So they seem elf
satisfied lo ley the thing out, as they suppose,
stiff and cold. Bui it don't lay any more
for all that. It won't keep still thi aboli
tionism, for being called ultra or impudent.
or iiiuimrii necromancy, nave hardly rippled
our weters. The Bible ia good" enough for
the New-York Conference in all spiritual
matters, and in physical science thev am nut I
Zine or Lead Paints.
It was one count in a long arraignment of
ii feuuur oi mis paper mat he fiad com
men.U.I il. nf ;. . l-.i" V," . ..'
a ..ockhu der In a KnaZZZT wT " I
Ihat was or waa not true, minnn. .A I
io ny having Dad no interest in Zine of.
any sort for many months, save iu the keg ,
pf Zinc paint we liave bought nd used,
and having no desire or expectation of ever
having anything to do with Zinc mining or
rami manuiacture inai wo iuw "
substitution or Zine for Lead a the basis for
Paint one of the most valuable improvement
of our age. The Zine White give brighter
color than White Lead, goe farther, and we
believe is more durable, but we await further
experience on that head. The Brown lino
is also superior article, goes Tar, end is one
or the most economical Paint ever used.
Bui the great superiority or Zinc inhere in
the fuel that it 1 inocttous, while Lead ia an
active, insidious ttoison. which, now that an
unexceptional substitute ha been round,
ought never more to be used. Too many
nainter'e live and limb have already been
sacrificed through Painters' Colic, and other
disease induced hy inhaling the deadly
fumei 0f eaj
And thi effect upon those
who apply it cannot fnil to have its less ob
viou counterpart in the exierience of those
who occupy apartments painted wiin Lieau,
eaiecially those recently painted, or rarely
exiosed to free currents of air. Lead Paints
should never more be used on the inside or
houses, end in fact we perceive no good rea
son for using them at all, unless it be where
Zino Paints are unattainable. 7Vi'6un.
Stamped Letter Envelopes.
We understand that Mr. Nesbil ha a large
number or the new stamped envelope for
the Post-Office Department now ready for
delivery. Mr. Naevernl months sgn,exend
ed a large amount of money in erecting a com
modious place, with steain-Kwer, for the
exclusive purpose of manufacturing these
envelopes. Some one hundred and fifty
male and female were immediately em
ployed to prosecute the work. The white
end buff pa per is of suicrior quality ,and made
expressly for this purpose, with water lines
having the tetter P. O. D. U. 8., being the
initial or the Post-Office Department of the
United Stales,which nre aa easily distinguiah
ed a if they were printed in ink. The sheet
or pajier are cut into envelop size hy a' cutting
machine run by steam. They are then em
bossed with the likeness of Geneial Wash
ington ; then stamped, on steam presses,with
the various denomination of postages ; then
pass through the process of self sealing, and
filially are carefully examined, counted, and
packed in large case ready for shipment.
llie operative are principally females, and
llie contractor baa apnred neither pain or
expense in getting up tins article in the nir.M
handsome style. Mr. INeamt ha adopted
etringenl rules for guarding the factory the
same as at the V. S. Mint. This is done lo
prevent forgeries or abstractions nf llie en
veloies, and under no circumstances are
stranger admitted unless accompanied hy
himself or a trusty employee. The factory
is nlso guarded at night hy watchmen. When
llie contract waa first given nut, it wns de
signed to bring litem into use hy the first of
June, and the conlrnclor lias already a vast
quantity ready Tor delivery at Washington,
when ordered by the Postmasler-Genernl.
These envelopes must eventuully take place
or the stamps now used for the prepayment
of letter, a they are fur more convenient.
and cost the purchaser about the suuie. .V.
The Cratcur Lakes, in the town of Man
liu Onondaga Co., New York, are curiusl
ties, and are auppoaed to be of volcanic
origin. They are, hy the inhabitants aliout
there, called the "Green Lakes." One or
mem is on the top ol a lull, nnd is in the
form or tea cup. The bank are two
hundred reel high, and the water four hun
dred feet deep. The water anneara of
deep green, but when taken tip in a glass it
imricciij ciear ana transparent. J rees
end limb which fall into llie water soon be
come encrusted with blight green substance
which on being exposed to the air becomes
hard. The timber decays and leave this
incrustation in the shape of hollow lubes.
Wood saturated with this water and burned,
emits a strong odor or sulphur. A farmer,
wnu resides neor, once neard a great rush of
water, and looking round, saw the lake ria
ing over the banks, lie was alarmed, nnd
ing over the banks.
fled with his team ; but the water soon re
ceded to ;l usual level. Daily ItngUttr.
following from the distiiuriimlinH Wnul.im,-
Ionian lecturer, Hawkins, is a reply, through
the Boston Traveler, to recent assertion of
John B. Gouirh t
Of the original Baltimore Wa.l.iiigtonions,
no one now does r ever did keen a Lro
,10l, j, ,nliy b we nd , - R
r,; 'l. ''"..?"
-DM Anderson, master block-
ui,tilh dolllg we an(J accumuioti "
John P. Hoss, master carpenter, doing weft
Jame. McCui ley, master coach rokerfdoh i
well, also accumulating property : Arch b 5
Campbell, silver-plater, doing an extensive
business; Wm. R. Miuhell, on bis own furm
even mile from Baltimore, unfortunately
doe not keep his pledge ) George Slears.
die(l in 1W1 oler man, kept his pledge to
"uu on.i w. Hawkim,
Flow fust ys waves! ye burnished billows roll!
Ye esnnot flow so fast a speeds the soul;
Thought goes before you Winds, your clarion
Waves, faster flowl ye bear the Homeward
Waves, faster flow
Upon the deck they stand, with wistful eye
waicning the ocean's verge which meets the
And now mistaking for an island dim
Some purple rsys upon the oesan's rim I
While speeds their bark 'as racing with the
And tired swallows drop amid it shrouds,
And land-birds' voioes on the glad ears chime
Of earth and flower green grass and fragrant
And sea-weeds float in emerald lustre rare,
Like the shorn tresses of mermsiden's hair
Signs of the shore! and now its rooks they spe
lts bright white cliffs! the guards of liberty I
A - J V- 1 1 I 1.11 .1
nn g..u.y on muy nomo,
To noh f nd Worn. ,
Wlth Plwures pure their earnest bosoms blest,
nearer nome inegreswris uietrsesti
A with the post best beloved the throes,
That brings bis song to iu melodious close,
A Qenoral assortment of New Books and
Wall Paper and Notions,
Just opened at McMILLAN'8 BOOK-STORE,
which the publio aro requested to call and ex
April 7, 18.S3.
Key to L'nclc Tom'S Cabin,
Just roocived at McMillan's Book Store.
SPENCER AND FAIRCUILD'S
Celebrated Gold Pens. Every Pen warrant
ed. At McMillan's Book Store.
IUATEHIALS lor Artificial Flowers. A
lull assortment at ths Salem Book Store.
For sale at McMILLAN S Book-Store.
WIDE, WIDE WOULD and QUEECUY,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
White Slave and l iiclc Tout,
At MuMUlan'a Book-Store.
Fancies of a tl'kinuicol Man and Hoods Ilumo.
rout U orks,
At McMiUan'a Book-Store.
HAWTHORNE'S fc CUIA.CE AQUILAH'S
At MoMillau's Book-Store.
Auilrcw Jacksou Davis' Works,
At McMillan s Book-Store.
DICKS WORKS AND BIULES,
For aido cheap si McMillan's Book-Store.
300 VOLUMES OF MINIATURE POETS,
At McMiUiuu's Book-Store.
All kinds of llittorical and Poetical Books,
At McMillisn's Book-Storo.
MEDICAL BOOKS AND DICTIONARIES,
At McMillan's Book-Store.
All kinds of School Books, Slates, Pcncilsi
Plain and Fancy Stationary, Wholesale and
Retail at McMillan's Book-Store.
A Good assortment of Willi Paper,
Window Paper nnd Fire Uumd
Prints, At McMillan's Book-Siorc.
BLANK BOOKS AND MEMORANDUMS
YANKEE NOTIONS AND TOYS,
In great variety at McMillan's.
POCKET MAPS of Ohio, Indians, Illinois,
Michigan, Wisconnin, Iowa and Minnesota,
At McMillun's Book-Storo.
Every Book In the Market can be
rooursd by calling at J. McMILLAN S Cheap
Book-Store, five doors East of the Town Hall,
Min-St., Salem, O.
A', ids Main-Si., One Uoor IVsst of Salem Book
store, Salem, Ohio.
Coats, Vests, Pants, lo., Made to order and
Wananted to (Jive Satiafuction.
The Tailoring Busii.ess in all its Braches
carried on as heretofore.
The Sugar Creek Falls Water Cure.
TWELVE miles South of Maasillon unde
the Cllaruo Of Drs. Frpaan. ia i.,,..K.,l .il.
pure soil spring water, and conducted on pure
Hydropathic principles. 'a giro no drugs.
Tney are only hindrances to the radical euro ol
disease The aucepiia whinh ha .tin.. r.. .......
ded our efforts to alleviate the sufferings of
iiumiiiiiijr, vnauics us to speak confidently 0
... ...mt. vi purs soji water, a proper diet, so.
Terms, five dollura In nr,!l nnrw n am am -. a.a
ble weekly. Dr. T. L. Nichols, of the Aineri
can Uydropathio Institute, and Editor of the
Nichols' Health Journal, in nntiinn k w..
Cure inovomonta of tho country, says of us :
" Dr. Fries, a most thoroush and encrsotio
physician, has a H ater Cure at Sugar Creek
Fulls, O. His terms aro very moderate, but
thero are few places we could recommend with
Address. Dr. R. Vr Man T)Aurrtn4T'a If III.
fw. , uun -lima
Tuscarawas Co., O.
rebruary lu, 18.53.-
water-cure and infirmary,
FOR TUH CURE OF CUROXW DISEASES
Located at Geanvilib. Lickino Co.. O.. an.l
combines the advantages of other good estsb-
nanmenu, a nesuny location, a aupply of pure
water, gymnasium, a skilful ladv in char n
ths female pationta, a physician who baa had an
extensive practice of 25 years, &c., lo.
females who nave been confined to their beds,
unable lo walk or sit up for from one to twenty
jrara, in eonaixi uencs oi nervous, spinal, ot
uterine disease, are especially invited to corres
pond with or visit us. Universal suecess in
the trestment or this clsss of disesscs has given
ua confidence, and we asy to all such, even
though they have suffered much of msny Thy.
sicisns, make one more trisl. Terms from ft 6
to 12 per week. Patients furnish towels and
packing materials. Address,
Qranvtlle, Nov. 15, '61.
1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
TO SELL PICTORIAL ANf TT8RFITT
WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853.
$1,000. A YEAR!
WANTED, IN EVERY COUNTY OF
THE UNITRn STiTM .i a
, . v.a-, av. .no aim
entornrisino' men. tn mnu I.. k. i. r ...
of the best books published In the country.
- B"ou Buureas, possessing a small
" f iou, sucn inducements
will be offered as to ensble them to make from
3 to $5 a day profit.
tF" The Books published by ns are all useful
in thoir eharaoter, extremely popular, and com
mand large sales wherever they are ottered.
For further particulars, address, (postage
ROBERT SEARS. Pcm.ism,
ll William Street New-York.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
THE subscribers sre now receiving a largo
addition to their stock of Spring and Summer
Ooods, among which will be found Dress Silks
Dress and Veil Beragcs, Bcrags Delaines, Chal
les Clothes, all Wool DeLalnee, DsBegea
Velvet De Lsines, Ice, tc.
Also.a large lot of MAQXIFICE.VT TLA1X
AND FANCY SHAWLS, which will be sold
as chesp as at any' other house in Ohio. A
great variety of Men'a and Boy's Summer Wesr
embracing plain and fancy Csshmerette, Cm
simeres, Linen and Cotton Ooods; Usts, Caps
Also, an assortment of Free Labor Ooods.
Dont forget that w keep Groceries, Wholesale
and Retail, aa low as anybody else.
TOMLINSON, 8TRA1TON fk Co.
American Block, Salem, O.
Msy 19, 1S!3.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
LA UK IE A BAltNAKD,
SUCCESSORS OF iC BAKER,
Caller's Block, nearly oiposite the Bank,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Doslors in
BOOKS AND STATIONERY where csn be
found a lull aisoitincnt of Books, upon the va
rious rcforius ol the dsy.
May 12th, 1833.
NEW YANKEK NOTlUiN HOUSE.
BUOOUG A WIUTAEV,
So 4 1 Bank street, ocer Uoodale, Mifgrave 4 Co.,
ARE now opening a large and complcto as
sortment ol all kinds of Yamcks Notio.is
a.iu Fascy Uuous, embracing a great variety
of styles ol 1'otkul Cutlery, Uolu and Silver
Waudics, Uold I'ena, Jewelry, Stationery,
Combs, Thread, Silk and Twist, Buttons, Sus
penders, Needles snd 1'ins, l'ocket Books, Fort
Monica, fcj., which sre ottered to the trade at a
small advunve lroin manufacturers' prices.
Also, a large sssurtinsnt of 'Tailors' Trimmings
snd Furnishing Uoods, auch as Cunvusa, I'uu
ding, bilccia, bilk, and Worsted Serges, bilk,
and Marseilles Vesting, Hsndxcrcliicla, Cr.
vats, Muck Ties, &c.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
Vo think in this department of our business
w tan proem grout inducements to buyer., aa
our slotk, is bought directly lroin iiupoittrrs,
and will be sold si -New York Jobbing prices.
WHITE GOODS, tl.L.S A.U tlltlMS.
We invite tho alluntion of all cloau buyers to
this branch ol our busincas, with the confident
assurunce that our prices will defy all competi
tion, our stock being lurge, and consisting of
Jaconets, l'liud, Cambric, Book and SwiM Mu.
lin, Dotted Swiaa lainbourd Book Mull, Mull
and Nainsook Muslin, Tuti'eta and Satin Rib- .
GERMAN SILVER iADPLlTEO WARE.
From the eclebrsted msnulactories of F.
Curtiss Ik Co., Hall, Ellon Co., and will be
sold at manufacturers' prices.
A good assortment at low figures.
We would call attention of harness an, I ahn,
makers to this article, as it is of superior qual
ity, snd ss wo buy it in largo quantities, we
can acll it ss cheap as the cheapest.
We cannot enumcruto all the articles in nur
stock, nor the bargains wo have in reserve for
our customers, we cspect or course they will
all favor us with a call, when we will convince
by an examination of our prices, that we will
in all cases soil as low as tuv of tii v.
Jobbing houses, and wsiranl our goods to cor-
rcapona wttn samples.
lUllsOKE & WHITNEY.
41 Bank street, over Uoodale, Muagruve'si Co.
Also Agents for the sale of Aincricuu Kr.if
Co.'s knives, and, J. R. Rands' whips. JTi
E. O. K.MUIIT, tV to,
Booksellers and Stationers;
50, SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, O.
HAVE constantly on hand a full assortment
of BOOKS in every department of Literature,
LA II'. MEDICAL THEOLOGICAL, CLAS
SICAL, SCHOOL A SD MISCELLASE
Androw Jackson Davis" Publications, includ.
ing his Great Harraonia in 3 vols., Revolatione.
Approaching Crisis, Philosophy of Spiritual
PRINTER'S STOCK.-Cards. Card-Boards.
Ink, Glazed, Medium, Demy, Cap, Quarto and
Orders from tho country respectfully solicited.
E. G. KNIGHT, ft Co.
Dec. 24, 1842.
AT COLD WATER, MICHIGAN,
Beautifully and Healthfully aituated, half a
mile wost of the villogo, on tho Mich. 8. R. R.
The proprietor having taken the above es
tablishinuut for a term of years, are determined
tn spare no expense in making it dosirsble for
the Sick and Afllictcd. The success that baa
ilways sttended our efforts in the practice of
Hydropathy, enables us to ssy with oonfidonco
to suffering humanity, mske one more effort.
Address, Dr. JOHN B. GULLY, '
JOHN B UUI.LY, M. D..
FANCY AND BONNET STOKE.
MRS. 8. H. GALBREATH at MIS8 A. M
HOUGH, hsve opened a FASCY GOOD
snd BOS SET STORE, in Salem, on Main
St., South aide, opposite Thomas It Grelnere.
They hare Just received a choice assortmsnt of
Ribbons, AriiUcisl Flowers, and Trimminiraof
sll varieties, for Dresses, Bonnets, lo. f her
are prepared to execute with promptness, aU
orders in MILLINERY and MANTUA MAK
ING, in the most approved style and in the la
Instruction given in Millinery and Mantua
making, on reasonable terms,
Salem, April 30, 18,53.