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CHRONICLE k ADVOCATE.
TUB PF.OPI.R, AND THEIR Rlf.HTB.
Frldnr morning, Itfnrrli II lBSS.
NELSON 3JARRERE, of Highland.
ron Lier-r. oovaa.oa,
ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland.
ran miHin or s-r.-rm,
HENRY bKACHMAN of Hamilton,
ron iinntm or rrsTa,
KELBON H. VAN VORIIES, of Athens.
rns iTTwrai n".
WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Senses.
ron mlM C0CT JIDUS,
FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyshogs.
ron aosno or rontic won,
JOHN WADDELL, of Coshocton.
OT-We have a very good double medium
Smith Press, which we will sell very low for
Cash or would take a smaller Press in part
iHroRHATiow Wanted. Any person who
knows the lact that Samuel Zaje was in the
war of 1613, will confer a favor upon the
heir, bf going before a Justice of the Peace,
and making affidavit to the fact. All neces
sary expenses Will cheerfully be paid by the
lieirs. Address the Post Master at Bridge
port, or the editorof the Chronicle, St. Clairs-Ville.
On last Thursday and Friday we attended
the i&tamination of the scholars in Mr. How
ey's arid Miss McLean's schools in district.
No. 9, commonly called the Middle district.
We have no hesitation in saying that we have
never known scholars make so much improve
ment in so short a tirrie. In saying this, we
do not wish to be understood that our children
are as far advanced in education as they
should be but we do wish to be understood,
that, during the last three months they have
made great progress.
The next session of the schools will com
mence on next Monday. It is the desire of
the Directors to have the school'thoroughly
graded placing those who have made about
the same profieency, together, in separate
rooms believing that more benefit may be
derived in this way than in any other.
The school will be commenced with two
teachers, in separate rooms, and the third will
be employed, should the number of scholars
justify the expense. A few from the neigh
boring Districts would enable them to do this.
And as the scholars would be graded accord
ing to their advancement in learning, it offers
inducements to those who wish to send their
children to school, which has not heretofore
been within their reach in this section of
country Whether the third teacher will be
employed or not, depends upon the irember of
scholars which may be offered from oflier Dis
tricts, against the 15th of April. The terms
will be reasonable, and the scholars would be
received for either department, according to
The subject of Education is occupying a
large share of the attention of the citizens of
our place, &we hope the iterest already awa
kened will continue to grow until all shall fee1
the importance of giving a thorough education
Whenever the officers of a steamboat suc
ceed in making an unprecedented short trip,
mewspoper editors toss up their (chalked)
hats and cry 'bravo' most lustily. Luxurious
dinners are made, presentations of plate take
place with great pomp and formality, the pas
sengers on the 'fast line' return a vote of
thanks to the energetic, thoroughgoing cap
tain for hia manifest spirit of progress, and
his name i on every tongue. Loud huzzas '
greet hia entrance into every port, and he be
gins himself to think that he is a great man.
He is undoubtedly a man for the times, a pro
gressive, auccess to him. He thinkp, and
very reasonably too, that the Bhorter the trip
the greater will be the meed of praise. He
starts again with buoyant hopes, visions of
long paragraphs of fulsome praise in the morn
ing papers he sees in prospect the crowded
wharf to welcome him to the goal he hears
their civas that go up m honor of the "short- ,
est trip on record" he thinks immortality
just within bis grasp. Poor fellow! he reck
on! without his host. The expansive power
of the ateam has proved too ureal for the co
hesive power of the iron, and threescore of
human beings are launched into eternity, "the
victims of progress." The captain escapes
the explosion of the boat to meet the explo
sive wrath of his whilom friends, the para
1 graphists. Those who were loudest in their
praises are now the most clamorous for jus
tice on the offender. They grow very jus-stice-loving
all at once think that any one
who will, despite all their warnings (!) blow
.so many souls into eternity should be visited
with the most rigorous penalties of the law.
For tho space of perhaps three days their pa
pers teem with denunciations, they seem to
be "buratiog with heroic rage" until another
new boat appears, a candidate for favor
when their attention is drawn to the new star
and the forester is forgotten.
Now, at the risk of being considered Old
Hunkerish we enter our protest against all
auch progress. In the name of Humanity we
ask you to stop, just a moment, and reflect
if your progressive principles allow you time
where this inordinate spirit will lead you.
The world has gone crazy with its hobby.
Tho all devouring maw of human progress
demands Ha hecatomb of bloody victim---what
are the lives of ten, twenty, or fivo hun
dred human beings to the spirit of the age
Progress, progress, Is ths watchword of thl
age. Ours will be known in after ages ai
the age of lightning and of steam.
We are not opposed to progress, but wi
arc opposed to hurry. We do not object te
fast locomotive drives, if, aa an exchange sug
gests, "the President and Directors are seat
ed on the cow-catcher" nor have we any
objection to steamboat races provided there
are none on board except the owners and of
ficers of the boat, and certain occupants of
the tripod who do all in their power to bring
about such catastrophes. We do objoct,
however, to such wholesale murders as usu
ally lake place, when engineers wish to test
the relative power of steam and iron. Legis
lation must remedy this evil.
HUZZA FOR SHINPLASTERS.
In 1845-6 the Legislature of the State of
Ohio pledged the faith of the Slate to its
citizens, that if they would make Banks un
der the Bank law which was then passed, all
the tax they would be required to pay would
be, six per cent on the net profits of the
Bank. With this solemn pledge of the faith
Of the State before them, a number of citizens
invested their money in that branch of busi
ness, and thus furnished our citizens with a
safe home currency, which the commercial
necessities of our people demanded.
LeEs than half the time the taith of the
State was pledged for has expired, and the
great State of Ohio concluded to repudiate
the contract thus solemnly made. Through
her Legislative authorities she taxed the
Banks upon a different principle, and the
Supreme Court has decided that she has the
right under the new Constitution to do so.
This is REPUDIATION in its rankes,
basest form. Let no citizen of Ohio here
after, say one word about repudiation in
Mississppi, or other States. Hereafter, when
the subject is spoken of in the presence of
citizens of non-repudiating States, let our
citizens hang their heads, and sneak out of
company as soon as possible.
The new tax law taxes the Banks on all
they own and all they owe being two or three
times as much as is paid by other investments.
This branch of the question we understand
has not been settled by the Supreme Court.
It may be that the Banks may press this ques
tion to a decession, but we think they will
only waste their time and incur expense by
doing so. We have no confidence in the
moral honesty of a tribunal that would re
pudiate a solemn contract.
Let the Banks wind up, and go out of ex
istence. They cannot continue in business
under the circumstances, with the amount of
self respect which every individual should
enjoy. They have alreudy curtailed their
issues about three quarters of a million, in
art input ion of such a decision, and our coun
try is already flooded with foreign trash,
which none of our citizens know the. value ef
and when our Banks withdraw the balance
of their notes, this nuisance will be greatly
enhanced. And when this foreign trash be
comes wholly worthless then we shall have,
what has always been the ultimate effects of
The locofocos have always promised the
people specie and have as constantly failed
in their promises. Their measures will as
certainly produce another Shinplaster era, as
any future event can be certain.
If the people would avoid such a disaster,
they must repudiate locofocoism. They have
shown themselves incapable of managing the
financial and commercial affairs of the State.
They have shown that they can squander the
public money with an unsparing hand rais
ing salaries unnecessarily and at the same
time tyranncially trying to depress the wages
These are things the people should serious
ly consider. Our position demands of us to
ive the people warning and we shall do it
but whether the warning will produce any
beneficial effects, depends upon the people
themselves. And we ask the people solemn
ly to consider whether it would not be better
to take the matter in hand now, and place
:ompete7il, and patriotic men in the Legisla
ture at once, rather than wait until the Shin,
plaster era arrives.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
t he Steamer Baltic arrived at New York
in the 7th inst, with dates to the 23d ult.
The news from England embrac ed nothing
f importance. Kossuth devies the author
ships of the address to the Hungarians in
Italy. Radetzky proclaim! the confiscation
f the property of suspected persons. The
gates of Milan are still closed and troopi are
arriving. Whittling and singing are forbid
den. Two more prisoners have been hung,
and it is thought some Hungarians have been
privately shot in the castle. The city of
Milsn is to pay 30,000 Aorins every Wednes
day. The City is quiet.
An extensive conspiracy has been dis
covered in Hungary ao says the London
Lossa Balleny, a sailor, formerly a Iluzzar,
made an attempt to aaaassinate the Emperor
of Austria. He was cut down and aecured
after inflicting a wound "upon the Emperor.
Austria has ordered 5,000 Tuscans to leave
Lambardy in 34 hour.
Hostilities have been resumed between the
Turks and Montenegrins.
No change in the London Money market.
Advices by the English Steamer to the 3d
of January are to the effect that the party
who have control of Buenos Ayrcs are still
besieged by outsiders. Several engagements
- 'hire taken plaes with loss of life. The r it j
Custom House had closed, and all businesi
1 1 was suspended. Provisions are high,
, O''Mr. J. R. Dickey, Esq., hsi been elec
ted Csshier of the Manufacturers' sV Farmcr'i
i Bank of Wheeling, in place of Mr. Johr List,
fjrWe see by the Wheeling pspers that
a Mr. Feris wss met on 4th street, in that
city, one night Isst week, by a robber, who
demsnded his purse. Mr. F. not being very
nervous, refused to comply with his request,
whereupon the "gentlemsn of the shade" beat
a retreat. Where's your night watch, neighbors!
CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD.
i ins company has secured the services of
Isaac E. Eator, Esq., of this plsce, ss Sec
retary and Auditor. Mr. Eaton is a good wri
ter, an excellent accountant, and prides him
self in doing up business in a systematic stylo.
We think the Company has made an escel
lent selection lor the station.
Wilsoh S. Keshor, Esq., has been sp
pointed Master Commissioner in Chancery,
vice I. E. Eaton, Esq., resigned.
07"The School Law ia not yet through the
Legislature. A number of other important
bills are on hand the Code bill passed and
the Legislature has promised to adjourn next
(ftrWe give the Inaugural Address of Pres
ident Pierce. We gave a telegraphic report
to our readers last Saturday. There were
very many errors in that report and we
believe that but little reliance can be placed
upon the telegraph, except (or short commu
nications. Upon the address itself, te have,
at present, no remarks to mnke.
(5"A correspondent of the Savannah Re
publican, writing from Matanzas says that
Mr. Vice President King is worse. His cough
is constant and harrassing his feet so
swollen that he cannot move. His case is
regarded as hopeless by himself and those
QirThe V. S. Senate voted down several
propositions to build national vessels on the
Caloric principle also a proposal to abolish
the Spirit Ration in the Navy.
0 VCnpt. Ericsson contemplates a voyage
to Australia with the vessel bearing his
name, in about six weeks hence thence to
England. A second trial of the new motor
principle appears satisfactory to the most
Or-We regret to learn that Judge Peter
Hitchcock is dead. He died at the residence
of his son on Friday, 4th inst, at 3 o'clock.
We shall give a more extended notice of this
excellent man hereafter.
BALTIMORE, March 8.
The Board of Trade to-day recommended
the subscription by the oity, of $1,000,000 to
the Pittsburgh, Connclsville and Cumberland
Railroad. They have obtained from the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the right of
connecting at Cumberland. The city sub
scription is considered certain.
WASHINGTON, March 7.
At hair past one, the President sent in a
Communication, when the Senate immedi
ately went into Executive session, and con
firmed the following Cabinet appointments:
Wm. L. Marcy, Secretary of State; Jas.
Guthrie, Secretary of Treasury ; Robert M'
Clelland, Secretary of Interior; James C.
Dobbin, Secretary of the Navy; Jefferson Da
vis, Secretary, of War; James Campbell, Post
Master General; Caleb1 Gushing, Attorney
At the Norton House, on the 3d, by the
Rev. John Moffat, Mr. James Shields and
On the 8th inst., by the same, Mr.
William Chambers jr., and Miss Adelina
Near Lloydsville, Uelmont county, Ohio,
March 4th, 1853, Mrs. Nancy Hatcher, wife
of Mahlon B. Hatcher, in the 43d year of her
Truly the neighborhood has lost one of its
brightest ornaments. The kind and gentle
disposition which ever adorned the character
of Mrs. H. won for her the esteem of all with
whom she had any acquaintance. For 36 1
years she was a member of the M. E. Church,
in which capacity she shone forth brilliant as i
the noon-day sun, showing to the world an '
example of piety worthy the imitation of all.
In her family circle she was a kind and af
fectionate companion and mother, and in so- 1
ciety sn ornsment. Her illness was of a
long and painful chsracter, yet she endured
her sufferings with the fortitude of a saint;
ever looking forward with the utmost com
posure to the period when she should be call
ed upon to bid adieu to the world and all its
vanities and be forever at rest.
The bereavement to her campanion and
children is indeed great. Yet how cheering
the thought that although called upon to bid
adieu to the strongest tie of nature, to know
that her departed spirit still hovers around
the family circle and whispers in a still small
voice( meet me in Heaven.
Hark) breathes there not a spirit near,
Who sweetly bids us dry the tear
For ruthless death grasped only clay,
The sbul shall live in endless day;
"Lilt's turmoil wild," she says, "is o'er
"1 dwell now on Eternal's sborei
"No more, no more, the stormy wares
"Of mortal cam, my bosom braves,
"Then quit thy grief O, still the sigh,
"And know 'twss bliss for me to dio."
G. W. M.
Lloydsville, O., March 6th, 1853.
On the 33d ult., Arra, infsnt dsugh-
ter of Smith and Pharbe C. Hirst, uf Wheel
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Prices are unchanged, except for Hogs,
! which are lower. The offerings comprise
1300 head of Beef Cattle, most of which wss
disposed of at $lfio to 7,35 for ordlnsry to
prime quality. Hogs are not so active. Sales
at $1 to 7,75 per 100 lbs., and killed hogs at
(W, 76(0)7 ,35.
BALTIMORE CATTLE MARKET.
Cattle. mere were offered st the scales
on Monday 700 hrad ( Oceves, of which 650
were sold to elty hutsbsrs; 100 were driven
to Philadelpitls, and to were left over on- !
sold. Prices ranged from $3 to s)4 on the j
hoof, cqusl to SO a 7-75 net, and avenging I
3,371 gross. An extra lot of SO, averaging
I, Mm lbs., was purchssed by the Butchers'!
Association at 4c. gross
Hogs We quote live Hogs st n A. brisk.
CINCINNATI, March 8.
The river hss fsllen 20 inches. Wcslher 1
Flour doll; no ssles; prices rsnge from $3,
76 to 3,80.
Whiskey dull at 19I9jc.
Cheese 9c. for choice.
t I over seed Cm at 5,76(5)5,85.
Nothing doing in provisions, buyers de
manding a concession.
Groceries firm. Sugar 5f36j; Molasses 29 '
" 3d; other srticles unchanged.
Roll butter 14c.
Pig Lead 7i;i:J j ..ate-.
NEW YORK—come of.
NEW YORK, March 8.
Sales of 2500 bbls. State Flour at 85,81;
Ohio e,'J35,12 Southern f5,12515.
Five thousand bus. Genesee Wheat 1 ,33 J
Sales of 6,000 bus. Corn, yellow, at GUI ;
white 65, dull.
Pork unchanged. i
Jej NOTICE REV. DAVID POW
IWSr ELL will preach in the Ensi opal
Church, on Sabbath next, at eleven o'clock
A. M., and at half past 6 o'clock P. M.
If you have a cough or cold, and wish to ,
know the most effectual remedy, see the ad
vertisement for "Brysn's Pulmonic Wafers." i
They are very pleasant, to the taste, and ef
fectual. See adv. For sale at Benj. Thomas'
A VALUABLE TAN YARD IN Union- '
town, Belmont County, Oliio, four milts North r 1
llio National Koail In the tirade Koad from tho Natloal 1
Koail to flushing. About 17 inilcii Irani Whet-ling, anil 7 '
miles from the CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. The
premises consi .-t of about an acre anil a hall of lam! on
which are a good hark house and shop, and a laughter
house. There arc in the yard IB or 20 vain, ami a spring
ol never failing soft watcr.admirably adapted to tannine
The property is situated ia vn of the richest Sections
or country of Raster n Ohio, anil heavily wooded, render
in lacilitiea for procuring Dark very great, it can he pro
cured at a:l.5l per cord.
AbOSTtsM biles per year can lie procured from the
country trado. There will also he sold with the lirsilUstS
a good hark mill and atom lu eorda uf Bark. An undis
puted tins will be furnished and immediate possesion
will he given. Terms of payment easy. For further par
ticulars re'ertotlie subscriber, residing in t'olerain town
Ship, Uelmont County. JESSE E.MBKEE.
March, II, IHS1.-31.
EfDWIN JKttt8 APPLIED TO
J the Commissioner of Insolvents of Helmnut Coun
ty, Ohio, under the aet entitled "An act supplementary
to the art for the rolier of Insolvent debtors." passed
Feb. 1st, 1H.W. 1
Copies or the pro-cedinge before the Commissioner
will be returned and filed in the Clerk's Ollice of the
Court of Common Pleas of (aid County on or before the
first day of the iieilterm.aa required by the act to which
the said act is supplemental v.
JAS. t. CIIARLE8WORTH, f
March II, '53. Com'r of Insolvents.
riMIE BOOK OF TH E SEA BONN S
jL 100 to S200 run MoitTH. WaStSS IHHSSUTB
IV. A large number of agents to engage in the ralei-r a
new and very popular work Just published. It is a book
that will sell to almost every family in the Wei-t, and r
any active man can clear from five to eight doLlara Mr u
Our other publications are very sealrablc, and we of- a
fcr extraordinary inducements for agcuts.
Full particularsgiven by addressing, post-: aid, tl
TOOKER OATCIIEL, q
March 11, 'j:!. 3t. Publishers, Cleveland, (). a
SHERIFF'S SALE. J
John Neclen, V
vs. In Partition,
fieorge W. Neelen et al.)
BY virtue ofan order of sals to me directed from the f
Court of Comiuou Pleasof Belmont County, Ohio, at
the Spring term l-.W. I will oljrr for sale on Thursday the e
Hth day ol April, l!,'l,mil Vac hours or 10 o'clock, "V
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. ofasid dav at the from door of
the Court house In St. Clalraville, Belmont County O,
the following described Lands and tenements to wii: sltu
te. lying and being in Pease township, Belmont County, a
Ohio, the first tract or parcel of land contains two hun- h
Ared and sixty acres more or less bounded and described p
is follows, to wit: being a portion of the South half of sec
lion five, (j) township six, (6) Range three (.1, being the
lame tract of land owned and occupied for many years hy
James Neelen iu his lire time. Said premises are boun- c
ded on the South hy lands of John Clark and the heirs of ,
A. Seotl.nnthe east hy lands of Luther Harrow and John T
Hogg, north hy the land of Mill (iiflin and Itolwrl Mc
Bride, also one other tract or parcel ef land, situate in
the townshiuol Pease and county of Belmont, and Slate
of Ohio, and bounded and daacrihed as follows, to wit:
being a portion of the east half of Section thirty five, (39) J,
township three, (3) Range two (9) containing nineteen '
icres more or less, being the same lands anil leucine ills
owned and occupied by James Neelen in his life timeaa
a Tav em Stand and tounded on the south by lands of ,
John M. Weeks and on the east by lands owned by John 1
Woods, sueject to the dower Interest of Elizabeth Neelen.
J JIIN C. NICHOLS, Sheriff,
sheriffs Office, March II, 1833. f 7,-10
SHERIFF'S SALE. J
vs. In Partition,
rimmaa Butcher, et al.) ",
BY virtue of an order isf f jf 'JStTjli'-' ' 1 llie
Court Ol ConimdlfPfiVsof ol'.Sllofl County, llhio. st
he Spring term thareoMRyi, 1 ifl ofTer for sale an Mon-
lay the 1 lib day of April i-.vi between the hours of 10 o'- '-
clock A . M. and o'clock P. K. of said day on the premi-
ws in SomuiersetTowtislRp, the following lands and teu-
meats, to wit: siltiate, lying and being In the County of w
Belmont, and State of Ohio, and bounded and described '
is follows, to wit: being apart of the west half of the north
westquarter of Section No. a, Township No. 7, and Range
No. 6, containing forty acres more or less. Appraised r
at five hundred aud aeventy five dollars, v .-..on. P
JOHN C. NICHOLS, Sheriff. f
Sheriff's Office, March II, 1M:I. t 3S. r
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SALE OF REAL ESTATE. f
rIHE UNDERSIGNED ADMINISTRA- !
I TOR of the estate of Evan Bnmaus, will oATer for
sale on Saturday the 9th day of April, A. D. 18S3, upon
the premises, llie following mal estate, lo wit: being part -
of thesomb westtiuarter of section No. 27, Township No. 1
10 of Ranget of lands subject to sale at Steubenville, t
Ohio, containing 39 acres, subject la the dower of Julian )
Romans, therein and beirlg the aame premises upnn
which the atd Evan Romans sMe'd last dwelt. Said
premises are situated in the wen end of flushing town- I
ship Sat aboai one mile south west of Pumphrey'a Mill. I
Saletoeominence at 10 u'ctuck on said day when lbs 1
terms ncsale will be made knnwn. The premises are Sp- I
praised at tint. HARRISON D. ROMANS. .
j Mtrch II, 'S3, ft Adw r. of Etio Roman., dee d.
Halo frf Ij.-nl Ksttfo ,y order of OoOlt
Petition of QM(jlM to sell Intnl. Decree
Fall Trrm A. !. 1858.
Samnel Mr Williams, Uwardtani
ol Thomas Me Williams. ( I S SSHSjSHtS ef s d.
vs. i rr.e or Ihe Cosjrl of
Tliomea Mr Williams. ( Common Pleas of IV i
mnn! room ni,, had at the fall Tares n,ror A. II.
ISM, the if,ne, rrfie.i w it I nffv r si ruM -. a mi Hatortlay
tlietnli dsy ot April A. II. ISJ. al II o'Cork. A. M. el the
Iroei dm, r ih Court hosjee in Hi.cisir.nh ih Mfetsr
Ing Real Kiaie. as the pfSsmrts srfThnaea wctViii.anis
s ..,,r, to wit: bedns , art oflha w. 1 als. vs, T. . s.
betlnnlng forlhuimeet a White net ir.-r sisndingoa
Ihe N.l-mmds.t of .aM s. and being lira N. I r, t
PJamnelO Mr vv iiiisms' tract ol la-,d, Ikes B. N H lot
pole, tn a post. In.ui whir h a while osk II mi lies in di
ameter hearts. SO: W. h lk.. ,,, . , k, , inrl
n, d sin ter SSBrS If . MS K 4 I nk s, Ih.s. r s. "97 ii lot)
pouts lo a stoi.s planted in the middle of Us- Morn.
Were read, thence S.W W. - xtt Ion polos lu a .time,
llience N. ilrvl ilr u, Ihe la ginning, i,mai,iiiig fit acres
.1-perehes, mure lees. Appa,sed at gulio on- tun. Terms
r saJi one hell ol the pun.l,a.e money to l ,,a,d on the
day of aate, the remeimnf hall in two annual in
stalments. with interest therror from date. The lushest
legal bidder to be the purchaser.
. MMUKL VrWII.I.MVS,
March ll,lPSJ,4t Osardisa as akreSSM,
State of Ohio, Ik-Imotit County, as.
Court of Common I'lnae In Altsrhment.
Waddle at Ball, rriHK said defendant St his cred
, . 1 'tors will tare notice, that on
James J. I.awhra I the Sfith -ley o! January, IPJB, the I
pleinlitf sued out a writ of Attachment araii sttbe erf- I
eris of the defendant, a non reitent debtor, l-efore John
II. Johnson, a Issues ol Iks fvsi. n, ami for the said
county, claiming the sum nr 0i!.K-,. ami thai afterwards 1
such proceedings were had. that R. at W. Mtlter credit- i
ore, olthedefendent filed their elsim for S 130.1". before J
the said Justice, and that in ronse(uenc then ol the .aid I
Justice certified his proieedm-s is Mils court, at the i
Spring term. It53, according to taw, arid thai the said suit '
Is now pending In the said court.
March II, ':,?. Jw. J. II. IIEATON. Clerk.
FOUR HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND
lying aM arils MRU Of FLV0HIM, fa llerrisim
County, said land ia well adapted to farming or grating,
and will be sold in lots to suit pnrchaers. for terms au
ply to WM. W. HOI.I.oWAV,
March 1t,!"S1.3m. Hrnlreport, Ohio.
GEORGE P. SMITH & CO.
No. 54 Hood Mi.ii. Pmburjr...
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE AT
TKNTIOV of Men ham tot hp vtv larre ttivh of
FOREIGN it DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, !
vhich they now oTf r fur ale a larc parliM of which '
iur( t a-i ii taut fall, btiort tin ativano- tn prfceiH- i
lhJ with our iitrw 91 yh al BPRlJfG ABRtCfl, wlllttal
ttftTtd at a imall aivance as tan he huught in any mar- ,
OCR AMMTMtitf railTttsBgass M
rniVTJ" f every make ami irtc; I
GINOH M H DomMlG aird Imprta1)
UWNrUFritteJi, Hotel., ami .im man:
DRLAINBit Do. do. do.;
Hcrece Ue'aniee, Dt Btrget, MoMaMtainsM
'i'urkey red Plato and Isgordfl RMb;
Orlcatnt' AI.PAi'CAf' All prifni ai d colors;
Lama, r.d iirr. Mohair LOTUS;
Plain andfiirnred MBRfl Si LRU
Hatini, Marcclli'M (grenadine;
PoidniH. silk aud COtOtl and linen Liitren; '
Irish l.ineua, plant Litttfif. ami every variety of Linen
nod. aM ol our own laMortmlion; i 1
RIBBUN0 Itonnet. Ncrk, Mantua, ftc-aa lare and
i8nrtnient ai kept in !;U IIihimc-h;
BL'MMLU HTUri'tf Men' and Hoy'i wn very
arireatock and variety Tweed;. CanSmarettf, f.'ottun
iden, Jeann, ami BsttUlicUa all pf&ts, colon and gradea;
( 'am MBSEtt Newest ttjrlSI, fancy and plain;
VnTinoi silk, wool8H4tnH Matrattlltfj
Brojiu C lotus Belgian and Domestic, I lack and fancy
Linen DritN. BtTt&, Pa'trtinea. Ac;
Lares. Veil. Wiiite GOOtWs KnihToiderie. f rmav and
Bfitfliih Hosiery, Mtle thraad and fiik Oiotrta. and Hftta;
Kvery kiml Notion- and Varn ty OoOdSj t
Baow h Hhiitisuh-All widih- and fiia1itten; '
BLticaatB alsfttrrtHM AH vrMtbi a:id quahtica;
Ootton and Woolen PLANNELB;
Tickinsa. Diaptfe. Unllintri Osnahurg), Bhirtinr,
t i es D mn, 4e.. Jcc.
We hall keep oar aortment fresh full throilfhoot
he Maaott, ami aoliclt an examination fram any one die
aned 10 purchase. Mrch 11, '33.
For ilia rapid Cura ot o
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CR01P, Asnni t, AND r
JO CURE A COLD. WITH HEAD-
AOHR ANI lOREHSM OF TIIK BODY, Take
lieCiiiRRy 1'ai torial on toini; lo tied, aod wrap us
rami, lo sweat ilurin? the night.
For a Cold and Cough, f
Take it morning, noon, anil evenins, according to dl- (
actions on the liottle , and the difficulty will f.oin he re f
loved. None will lone ui r ttom loll trotihte when
ley find it ran he so readily cured. Person! afflicted with
acated cout?h. whirh hreaksthem ol tln-fr rest at nicht.
- ill find hy taking the Pn krr y Pa Toni. on poinc to Iteil
fiey ma) he sure of sound, unhroki-n sleep, ami ennse-
uently refresh iHf rest, flreat relief from srifTerine, and E
n ultimate cure, is afforded to the thousands who are n
mi atllicted, hy this infaluahle remedy.
From its ajtrreahle ed'ect in these laves, many find them
Ivi's unwillinji to forego its use when thu necesaitv for-
thai ceased. .
From two eminent Ptiysfrians in f:
FAYrrrEvn.i.aT, TlKI., April lClh, 1P51.
' i r: Wp have Riven your Chrrry I'e iorai, an exun- r
ivo trial in our practice, and find it to surpass every oth- t
r TMiedy we have for turinc aifrttioin of the respiralo- n
rOTfans. DKS. DILMLK tti U.tMPTOlV. ,
To Sinjcra and Public Speakers. 0
Thii remedy is invalitahle.as kjr its action on the throat
nd luniis, wl.cn taken in small quantities, it removea all
uaraenesa in a few hours,as?.nd wonderfully increases the
Liwer and flexibility uf thavoice.
Is cenerally much relieved, and often wholly cured hy 1
iikkrt I's Ki'Hi.. But there are some cases so ohsti- 1
ate as to yield entirely to no ineilicine. ('uuhkt Pbc- '
oral will our them, iftliey can la cured- Jj
r Irritation of the throat and upi er portion or the limn.
lay be eured by taking Chlury I'u ioiu; iu aioall ami
-efiuent doses. 'The uncomfortable opptcssiou ia soon
el ie veil,
Kev.Dni t. Lanriro, of Brooklyn, New York, atates: 5
"I havH seen the Cherry Pectoral cure such cafes of
isthina and Bronchitis as leads me to believe it can "
irely fail to cure those diseases. "
For Croup. -
Rive an emetic of antimony, to be followed by lare and l
cqueut donee of the Cherry Pectoral, until it subdues the t
iseabe, II taken in season, it will not tail to cure. S
Whooping Cough j,
lay be broken up aud soon cured hy the uie ;of Cherry
i ipeedily removed hy this remedy. Numeroua instan
fs have ti. t-u noticed where wliole fan ilies were protect, -I
from any serious Loust-iiuences, while their neighbor
ithout thu Ciicrry Pectoral, wuru sulfcriug from the dial I , ,
Sai.bm, O., 11th June T
Doct. J. p( Ayer: I write to inform vou of the truly
Binarkable effect of your HKURV PCCI'OBAL in this ,
lace, and in my own family .tine of my daughters wa
iMiipleiely cured in three days uf a dreadlul WHOOP- 0
N'G C'OL'till, by taking it. l)r. Keaua, one of our very
est physicians freely states that he considers it the best
eincdy we have for pulmonary diserses. and that he has
ured more eases of CROUP with ii than auy other ined- -sine
he ever administered.
Our clarify man of the Baptist Church says that during
letunof IirLi rnza hero this season, fi has seen cures j
oin medicine he could scarcely have believed without '
ueing. Yours respectfully,
J. D. tJINCI.AIR,
Voin the (listinjuished Profesdor of t'hemea- I
try and Materia Medica, Uowdoin College.
I hive found the Cherry Pectoral, a Hi ingredicnta "
hoi' , a powerful retnedv for colds, and cougha, and pul- ,
lonary diseases. PARKER CLKVKLAND, M. I).
Bhunswk r, Me., Feb. 5, i-lT.
1H. VALLNT1NE MOTT,
rhe widely celebroted Profeseor of Surgery
in the Medical College, New York City,
''It gives me pleasure to certify the value and efficary
f ' A v r-n'o ( 'iiichk . Paw toral,' which I cousider fteculiu
y ailapted to cure diseases uf the Throat and Luurs."
Cures of severe diseasea upon the Lung have neen ef
ttcted hy Chirr v PfeirroRAi. in such eitreme caaes as (
warrant tho belief thai ruitsedy has at length been found
hat can be detiendoi to cure the Coughs, Colds and Coa- i
umption which carry from our midst Uwusands every ,
ear. It ia indeed a medicine to which the afflicted can t
ook with confidence lor relief, aud tbey aliould not fail .
a avail themsulves of it. t
Prepared find Sold hy JAMES Ci a V I K, 1
Sept. 10, '53. Practical t'iaiT, Lotvell, Mass. .
PRAHIKR dt CQLLINB, aH. Cltinviirt, I
I. ALBXANlKRt de I
VM. ii h i- ttamrsvliie, 1
AOftl f. Ml LI'.? k SON', Bomerton,
id hv Dealer in Medicinea rowLw
McCONATTKY k KKLLY,
wKovetMk sl rktamj owoaoitn
inn nrjtr.r.Ba i w PAIBTI otlb dyb iffllffi M
DRitK;eroiir Feb, in,
Just riur'si fcMiili.
10 bbft Llniwed Oifj
1 " n Lard Oil.
tt " Pure Cator ( nl,
11 M fpts . Teriitaitne,
I fae Prime utmegfli
1 " fkaneta Itv
I M Imadr'is,
I bid Part r ra f,
I Mustard, 1
fceCOffAltfT v kkllv.
Bridjerfort. !'., P. h,-,n
T'"' Stntof Oliiu, Belmont County, 88.
V'i'fK II is herelr gjten that ths fallosrlnf itemed
. KsscirtorS anH Adntjinstrainrs tiavs AM thsir a--ront.is
stui rase Sari my office fur settlenwril, lo srltl
Aimer Grew, Ailm'r ul JMallia (Jrew, dec'.l.
Aimer r'rr-w. Adin'r ofCa'ali R. Herrr, rter'H.
Juscph Wiisnn, Ki 'r nf Kva,, Phillip., iter's.
Mtnrs TJiarsisri. Assf of Jt 1. liaiv,ier'd.
The rtret two el,r nainel sreounts will l e fur hearing
and aettiemeiit onthe-jlai andihe twe last on the fa iters
of March neit.
DAVlIt II P.Is.
Teh. 25.) Pro'ate J.Mire.
VRW GROCKRV BT01K JoBl Jci-
I 1 ao. si kSBSS to inftirm his liiemls and the pulilir
i general, that he ha. speneal ss Market str.st, south
shle, No. Itl, Waatcisa, a general assortnieat ot
AH those wh'iwanta superior a'ticle wniiid do well to
fire bin a est), a has in More hrown and loaf sura s
Rio and Jeraroff.-e, leas. Hire, I heeee, Mo asses, star
and mon d randies. SuSpS, spiers, raisins, rarrants, ate
In short he ker ;,. ad articles u.uailr krpt in OrosSfl
stores, and will sell m qnan'ities to sell m rniantnlee ti
sun purchasers, at Hie Ion til ra-.ns jfeli. IV, IRas i
!OTICE IN ATTACHMKNT. 7)Ttg.l
J. - ' '.'!! of J""'y. I'S. Ai r. ham O Cole an
neorte W. Howard, the late firm of Cole at Hon erd ojf
the City of Baltlatore. Md reused lo I e issuied from the
oiirt of Common Plr,as of Uelrnoiit Co iniy. oh o awrH
or altacliment. for theenm nf 2feHl.lsi aralnst llie pro
l-env a id elfrrts of the lair firm of fJlorer at Weekly
which writ fcaS len .erred retaroed
Altest: JOH fj. njKATOrT,
Cist of Del. Com. pieas.
v. C. PaMStt, A tty for PlaintifT. ffr. IB ot.
J08T RECEIVED FROM NEW OR
LB t.J. SJsrfs sappy of
RL't; Alt, UOrfES, AND WOtllSSti,
rvM-h I oT.r for rale at rVbeeting prfesa. faf CASRsf
M'PIKiVKIl raODt'CB, atlhi Slor. (fn, sf V, r"
'raci.i.,rlt.Claiiirilli.,orUEo. U". ASSSSSOS, Rnd'e-
':f.'...r.r,.l,.Fe,,M, MfA '
ATTACI I A I E NT NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS INTERESTED WILL j
lake nsaire. Km V - ii,,i.s. on the aith day ol Jan :
isry, A. Ii. ifla':. aaad out a arrM d ii'.arhmeiit tram, the '
'ler.'s Ones, of tae Court of Vemmm rieas. of IVJmont
lossijr. In the State of OSIo. agaiaat LcTtias M Bsaats
Bf the .in i of SBH, and iiitrr'-st from April 1, r.4, syblotl
vntiias been servnd and rrrturoad.
JOHN II. Hi: ATOV. Clerk of -aid Cnnrr.
C. c. CAJUtOLL, Au forlM't.
rttk.tS. WSS.-4 W.
HA RTF0RD, CONN.
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Wes
ulicie of Insurance is-nrd at all tirtv on thp most fa
voralde terms. a;eirujt
.OSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,
OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
By D. D. T. COWBS, Agent,
r Bt. Olalrsv IDs, saal Belmoi.t County.
March 4, IsSS.
VOOOD FARM FOR SALE, siwatitl Smiles west of
ItrideJgaprt.onA Sational Koarl, 30 ecras IVF.LI.
MPRkVBIi. XvftyT Ueieiiln: to make a rood inrest
lent, had l-uler call eruu . jsin . in- tin. urfrn l-Iore pur-i.a-iii;
i-lejl,bsaa .slaftr-rlp, litlrTf lif.l R A BL E
iaa can emnTVi SamAn mi sVffeerrsnr-fYeek. Kurpanie
lars enquire of Mr. MeiT, at the Toll Catc, 3 miles west
March 4, 1K53. 31 pe.
THE SUBSCRIBERS INTEND TO
quit business in fit. C!a:rsviU, on t!i lirst of
prjl, ami wish til persona indebted to us to call aud
quare up ! that time.
nr.VJ. F. RAM UsE,
Mareh 4, 1P53. JA8. i'. RAM AGE.
Itate or Ohio, Belmont County, .
Aiurt of Common Plens-Petit:on fur Par
tition. TliOf. Thonipon. TlaimiT.
Elira Ann Murray, Geo. . Murray. Wm. If. Thom
son, Elizabeth Thouiusun, Jonatliau B, Ttiompsim, Ma
y Ann Tlioniison, Leauder Tiiomusoii, defendants.
It HE alwtvr naiind dercmlants will takn not: - that a
. petition VTsW filed asaiiw: theiu on the?Otbtla,v of Feb. '
l. D. 1693s l',t; Court Ol (""inuioii Fleas, aforesaid nv
Fie sail 'llio. Thompson and is now rfndjne wtillwlil
tie said Thus. 'I'tioiuisou,dunianils partition of the follow
real estate, to wit. bemz a part of the west ha'i of the
orth wistir. of fee. 17. Tp. No. 4, Uog No. 3, said
rat estate situate in the County ol ntliunnt, and con
liAluf sixty two acres, inure or less, and that at the;
eit term of sail! Court M benin on the linh day of May,
" ".t. application will he made by the said Plaintiff, for an !
rder that partition may hemadenf the premises and fur
uch utlier proceedings as are author isrd by Law.
MILLER PENNINGTON, j
March 4, P sT, Alt'y fur t'el'r.
D. JOHNSTON, OFFERS TO THE
! public an extrusive a"sortinpnt of GROCERIES, 1
onsislins of Cn.fee, Kuaars, .Mo'asseti, Golden Svrup, i
'eas. Tobacco, Canities, foapa, Chocolate, CftnrtiMi, Figs." '
asins. Pepper, Rice, spies of all kind and aorta aud i
nvtiiin! and every tin ws usually kent in a Grocery store. '
Flour by the )arrel or retail, Wooden Ware, Earthen
rare, Rope--, NAils.Ac. Ar,
All of whiLh will tv wlioIealeil or re'ai'ed.at unuu
lly tow ratrs for Caah or approved Countrv produce.
ALL AND BEE. March 4, Ifa3. M
tfOTICI is hereby given that at the Prnbf.tft Court '
!l for Hfltnont countv the undersigned were appoin- i
d and qiialified a "eifctitora of the estate of Eli I
idwell, late of ttelmout county, decrainiul.
All those indebted to said estate are requested to make
nmcdittle payment; and thoe bavin. claims against
Lid estate, are notified to present tin-in for settlement
riU.1 a one car (row this date. , t
Joseph ii. cope,
March 4, lPa3. 3t . Executorf.
ADisnrr BfHnnt.r has applied to the Commissioner
I Insolvents of Petimmt I'mnnv, Ohio, under tha Ptb
ectinnof the act entitled "an act for the relief Of inioj.
Copies of the proceedings bafore the commiasjoner, will
a returned anil tiled In the Clerk's office of the d urt of
'oniinon Pleas of said County, on or trrfure the mi dat1
fthe next term, a required by aaid act,
J AMI'S F. CHARLES WORTH,
March4 '53. 3t Comtnisaioner of Inaolveit's.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE;
TRk I ornerof John Gill-ert, a Justire nf tha i
eQ" 'Vf-t ltee,ot Pease Township, RflmnntCoun- '
Jfi jjjawja M V. Ohio, we the iindn signed have viewed 1
TT S.iray horse, taken up y William Kid, '
1 9 Jf UtOfOli mentuim d, and tv do appraise the
iiWB'asB same at I'.' dotlare.
The following is a true and accurate iliecriptian nf said
tray: We suppose said horse is 15 years ol4 or upwards,
visile spot on the forehead, and ri;ht hip stink. Iff. hind
Dot white to the pasture joint, right font also white
.hove the pasture joint; the aaid horse isaltrht bav.
Feb. 31et WM. FEELV.
I do hereby certify that the above is a true. Copy ortha
.ppralFment returned tn me as above sisnci '
Mm.!. I. UK JOHN GILBERT, J. P.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS.
pilIS ettrsotdinary preparation line he.n for man.
J. years the moet eer.ajn andaiieeAly reiued for l.'oi ons,
Mollis, Asthma, Baonruma, Ikn.i aNss. and Diai.ste
ir tab Cnser n Li ana. To thoae sunering fiomali
tinale and confirinrd OSSSJSS, lhar give the mom iui
nediate end perfect rtlinf. aud when graat liabiHiyto
ake rold eiista, aud a Iraulileaome Congh succeeds "the
lightest eiiiosure, these Wafer, produce the most mark
d results. They al ouce relieve ihe Co:h and oilier
lymptoms, and entirely remove that niorflil irritability
ind weakneaa of the Lang? which give rise to the com
ilaint. The inedlcii properties are combined in an a
:reeahte form And pleasant to the taste, ao thai any child
nrill re&dily take Ihem; and they are warranted is girt
'etief in ten minulesarter use iu all cases.
ni ; pel tM. M
thSl, THOMAS - etort.
eb. I, ldi3.
Or. Ji j son . Improved Rxtrnvl of
YclloV Dork and Bnr.apnrillfl
ri now niT tir in ti:k leAtSBST Bo TTI rr
anil I. n, rw arknnwMrrd 10 lie the hr.t fsrasssi lit
insd-. as i certified by ihe Wnnjerful Oafsg ) ,, .lff.
formed, ihe originsl coplssel srhlcli are in ihe pu, ..
'mi, oHkS 'rr,rle1r. fjemein'er. Hi,. . t. nnh 'r.,
and ".,.i article. This medicine, when used lie SIS
Ing lo dir.t tmns,
Will s nrr, Wllliniit mil
Mnam or Kinrrs Kvil, I snrors, Tuir,nra,
ons of the Skin, Krv.iiipJas, Chron
Ic Hore-Eyes, RlilfWorrn or Tetters,
Scsld Head, Rbeumatlsirt, I'sins
in tlie Iiones or Joints, old
Hures snd Ulrers, Swel
linifol t lie Glands,
oaso of Kiilnej-e,
Lo.s of Appetite, Dis- fl.
esse arieinrr frutn tlie imo OsisaVV'
Mercury, l'uin in the Side
ehotfMers, General Debetty, Iropy,
I.umhago, Jaiindiee snd Costivenrss.
Tin-1 -i I ftttiilf OTwilcltae known!
The peculiar geajadlss to wl,r, females are stiller'
eoinihonly prodnee great hTHllly eiisnftion,aceoiiipai,i, .(
h ad'rpiessed and often fftoonn . , t, ,
y nte in declines in etrenctulheru if a. or. of nailllSS Mrr
sr.tndtl:;. very natnralf) !:npalrllisenerg r! the mil d
and iliriur1 . las sqaamraSftf of the temper. Evan gsti.
did woman who liaa.uTersd rmni feni.le cnaiplaJnts will
ednrt Chia to he ihe inoorSfhl truth. Sovr, to ol to in rc
lief, ii is only necessary to "too Hie landeni is dasanlsn
snd delulll) . This is doneliy r.. ,n2 n, f.,0.UIS of as
h'althand strength, the HMiOIl. and no medirme ar..
compffshes this df -ira'ile re-nlt so sfieerlily ami coiiirdrlo -e;
aa -Ifr. Ouysirti'. Isnprored Sltract reJIosr u. cf
l.adiesni pale rr,mp'eiio.ianil".::s.reirtivelia' i. a',d
rats a. are asMtite br those ohatraclloni which n ,, ales
are liable, are reit.ircil hy Iks use 01 a home or two to
hloum and o rigor.
TT'Hr. Onyrofs Isirinis r:ra" of TefJsSI rork
a id Sar.aiianita is a sure Rei . . ir karedilas tan i
Fat (Lias, BEAD THE I M.i.r,',vivr;.
... Newarg. N. J. Jan. no
, peas a rs m stating thai your
rsBew lescli sad Sarsspsrllis s,ve. fre.i satlaraction
in every case.
A vry re-pectaVe ge:,tvmsn informer) me thri kfl
rlanj'ite. vs. troubled with dMle.lt rosnatrsstMn a d
other ,1'M-a.e. Hru .srto her set. fhe hod rot hsM be,
rr. tr mensfual dUi hsna for a long tie,. ; I ui ,. t;
ti-of lir. r.uysmi fellow Dork snd RarMnarifla waa
railic.i.y rured. Miie used Tn. nsend's ami otiiera wsLh
out r.--e:v,..s the .l.tVM bel,u:it. lie h.d ,.,. ,!,. ,
die irom ihe same CattsSi j. n. Tltll'f t (jo
ninman.vil'e, OssfatS eoun'r rp'P
. 1 reksanjS.aalwn.uaWssw
a boti,, , ),,, rellrm Dock and SarssparllHl lor ,,
wii-, winch s.e hs. ,.ed f.,r her cou.ntainl, Errslneias
sad Iweakneen, Palling ol th, Womb, dt aid it ba...
ready belped net very .inch. r,r the .tl . ,
sBmtdl searl. . tats. I h.vej ist tm based . Mt-ond
butt e, .nd Judging rramUiei .t,i; ikSsWssSraaaaaasi.
fideni that it will egeet a erfsct cure.
Voufr, very re-.ictr il'y, Sf. 0OSUSS,
Curf tif an s-rjrreea'rrf fc rf of HrfStptfas
The cre, peebrntad by Ui. bovtotl'a titr.ct of y, i
low Docs ami SaesafHirilla ere lasting. Tie -at:en"a
zi iie.l hea'lh continue. io Improve a'ter di-ea'e is r
moved. I'OTSS arc not chr.inirle.i aMll lime has lollr
le.ted that there can I no relapse rjr rv.uru c-' the lis
Xorwae, RsrklrnerCs Te'- ico
8. F. Brnn'f C:-Oents:-lt it its grist pleasure .
tha: I write yon about lbs ery happy e,re-t t ym,r Yei
low Ibirk and Srr-a-ianlla Uio!i my .on. who I a long
been surr.riuf under thai Weed fill, '..slhwu.e g I snail
Erysiiielas. with trhn h I." was attar It ad ,., Ms, d;
lor several month, attended hy some ol nnr le.l pbv.i-cia-ir.
who trii d their skill i ersersriaflj for In motiihs
nrltooot any netiefleia. etTerts whatever. If, reeame r.
lured to a :,e v-i skeleton, lie had ulcers rrom'his hip
.town loin. k'e. w I: irti were cont nually dlrckarsinii
(Teniive matter. Medica' and s-i-.i.u .;;,!i -, aahanleo.
rfgssiaiana - that his ras- was ho; e e.s btM rcasl i
not;, iii done to arrest thoae larrlhie vangreni as uiin-s
SsHStofelsMa and mvse'f ihonfit hi. dHsstnlion near
it hand. One of my nalghbOri who ( ad cured a child of
i-crofola with your IsjVslaSMe nedicine, wished me t,,
make ainal of ,t. and mora irom tha roethrM desrss In do
rometlimi wbib: lile laeled, lhaa from any l one of get
11115 relief, I procured lliree bottles of vour ' Yellow ftock
and arsaparilla," and issnasaassd OOtng it. and 10 inv
astoni.h'iieut he rominence.-i to improve lefur,. he had
used Ihe third nottlo.and hewe he had u.ed kali a doaen
boltler, he could walk out. lie ue. , 4 1..,!,, h()t
lies during the .ear '.!i, and ky o lobar lasi h- was net
feclly restnreil. every vi ,tit Of the disease except the
scars wan removed, and he remains in iierfect health ut
to the pre.cni time. Mil recovery under the bie.sine,
ol tlod, . entirely oirir.! tolheirse r,r venr Yellow Dnrk
amri'ar-arlrll;a. and I isanVrs n,a that I reel myself
hrtnsrr great ohligations to you. and it - wit', .real Joe
'.hat I inform you ol what your faraaiiariila baa dona
lor gey son.
EsjpTiclfhlljr, JAMES nfS?EM.
In qnsrt Dotttes, per holtle, or 0 knit'ea for 87
Soldby J.I). l'ARK. Cncinnati lliilo.
Corner Of Tonrth and WaJaol attests, to wboui a I ordors
ho, ihl l addressed.
F.V'j $nix'U Et- '!i,r6vl.!.lc' Ohio
R. r.'lar. Korri stows,
aray ex Junkina, Bridgsnon h
Wm. trttflht rairvfew
Isaac Holloway, Flaeblng'
I. rmhacker at Bob, Wbeallna, Va.
May 2r'. lr-5-.'. ly k
wistar's BAieSsstorwixn chekky.
The cta rrm'dv fjr Comumpfinn Jtjftctien
of tht Liter, jjiiSma. Brunchttis, '.-.,. r tfejkne$t
of the Lungs, and vthtr agecti t,f tht Pulntoncrw
Ivni'AR'H Ba'samof W.M f'.errr i a fine hernial
s pwiclMcompoaWd ehieflyof wlhlClicnrji Hark
ind tin irennn.e Ift min! Mum. (faa tatt r lm potted el
arteely hr thin partise ..if rare nitdical virtu of
which are fUM con!ii!fd hy a new eheiuicai process WitU
the Bttr4Ct ot Tar thu- reitt! trim lln who com petit d
.lit- nusi certain sini ctlii.iit.iuus remedy ever ducuvcrvj
CONSVaUPTIOaN OF THE I.UNG?.
9 9 ej, q 13
lrriRe"TTNu Ci.r-.r.seoNDirvi k. Pr. Wm. V. Flanks,
if X fin a, Ohio, a highly reepeetHre drurfist in that '
IghUttl villas?', infunned us that the eale nf Wistar's
Uaisamof Wild Cherry IsuuparaHeled. The den. ami for
it is sn easer tha he can searrely (tiep lilmeelf sU plieel
tv kill it. He have Uis.ti in )iis store tuodicinoe tot luVc at
rertions. Hnmo or thi'se were esteemed good, and eontej
rave tcutnor.iry relief. Itui since he had Wtstar's Dal
lam Of Wild t'herry, a now) or cf the most scrims ca-ee
ivere eompl-tely enn-d I y itsuso. m-v r so'd a nicdi
rine," says tiie dnct'.r. "in which I lia.l th.tl entire cnni!
jeeice that I haic hi thie
JpfWherevp, Wltnr's HaRm of WMd riierry iin
iroduci .l it at once attain that hah rejiiitatkm which tt
o richly dr ervee. hat . an prevent ita t, when on
Vary hand can in witness: ed its wonderful cuieo? Th
ivorst cwm of Asthma, recent and lUtigerons ot-ugha.
fatirt alsu those that are ol Inna itandtna i Hrnnchiiis, or
t?0MeuHrgiiQn, in it early tiars, are alvvavs cured' by
(hti leniarkahlc nn'iliciuo.
q q q q q q
avotiier AtTONtBHINfl crnn
L'iioN 1,iint, Lake t'o., la.. June 11, ypgry
J. I. P.aK Hear Sir: As I have a deep ceapsniaasra
tiou for Ihe ainicled, permil tne to civo you a brief hi.
lory of my afflictions, and the hojaoAig derived Irooi III i
use of Dr. iiar' lia'-am of Wild Cosrty. In Jun,
114,1 ttx atticked with a fv. cr of atVpboid characiir
which left me in a aery daVUited st.i.-; hen in Ui. f,,!
iMaing winler I wa lake, sjrttfel a severe rold, n inth re
dnced me lo such aiiagr.aM as lo rive me tlie appearsur
or a confirmed cnn.ir nullvs. I laMred ander a "eveia.
counh, eaiiectoritor' u , eal dnal, and was tronbled W,l
cold feet and nil.' .weals. I also f eo.uculli raised f
from my lunga. I continued in thi? slate, rjrad iallv '
ing under th- disease, mini January, in;, win '
sgalu attacked Willi fever. Mv ratremctiea-, r 1,
my ieet, were constantly cold, and almost loy ,ii!flL,fr
mi. Under these circumstance u may i' . ,
wr.s a living ske'eton. 1 finally delf rniie ed lo ooit
ma medietas prescribed hv pliv sk'ians, ,! ,r J." "V
llalsam of WMd t 'herry, ami from tl,c : ' " "
inenced taktns it I can dale gradual rJ.r.j "r, , .
linueil its use sii months, al iho ce , , hiA bl ...
eured.and roTva en joyed good m'thJSLiS 5U M
fuily rerominend the Balsam - all I we nicwd w'i'lh
diseases ol the laSSS, and n.i l ... i ,1, "
ring it. use not lo be di.t Jra','J fV0 J ""J "
donoterrertartlre rrc as I havVdone,nd '
have no deny, thai nu'e case, out of ten wilt ke klosse.t
The genuine Wistar's n-anof.j,,, Cner , f
simile cfthe signature e,,,, Wj-ar v ri. n,ii.e
phia and "rianford pk"oa a rluo e.eculed steel en
graved wrapper. Woothercanbegemilne,
JtPrice I r, fer bottle; e hotiles for as.
"t l.tX I'AKK. CI.sl.aaH.Ohls.
N".,i east rornerof Fourth and Walaal sis entrance aa
Walnut street in whom all cuders must be addressed
FBA8IER St COM.IN8 Bt. Cl.ir.Tills
I. D. JOJ.'.siON,
T. Clark, .Vforristown.
Gray It Junkina Bridaport,
Win. Sinitb Fairview,
, ,,HHl - Wh.elm,.
Ma ic. -SS. -ii