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v.?1 '- a 3 ii'-.'-'-;,,- Lww?i ... ' V; 3 -v .Tlie nan I Love. 1 ! ?f or ht open countenance J V A-kind and noble faoe; T Index of an. honest heart, . ' Tha lores the human racal y V X. i.rpw on which a smile js "thron'd, Lika sunlight on a flower, V" : V "-. X T(pa aa the ragal akies. .;'! : ' nTiafbtii of low power 1 il'08 glanoa, KoveaweVa'noi alone; ' Mnd ohv how sweet to find at times v tiifW1 feelings lika our own I . . A heart that beau with purest hopes, "VTt pity and to bless ! "", ','" C v" .. That strives to make earth's comforts more ;V TaiiU and JfoUies less! ; " V ,1 love the man whose generous smile .'.'' 'la giTnwith. his hand v 'Who sees -hier equal in all men, . And all men equal standi wy "Who sees not. the distinctions made jV?-? 'By human lawf oween "! The 4nan who .has and -who has not, JBat lorer from what he's seen IV VVVViVlosr the-, man whose heart is true, : v 'U ; 7:j?aeldotn wears, a-frown; . '. rv And Uvea all raen. irom him who toils ;To him who wears a crown ! Ayith jnildness:-ever on' his lips, . A-free and tpen mind, Jk hrow with mental grandeur spann'd, ; X;aoul supremely kind ! ; ;r 7 V t v , . v ncnct lor winter. 'Tiefore longi say a Mrs. Dennison.of the Olive Branch, we aball hear the shrill whis tie or old winter's baepipes. Up street iiad down he will go, like an itinerant or angrtnder. . , There it no getting rid of him with pen : tlis"f ailfer or -gold. Still he has been 'knotra to: leave the miserable oottage at l s;-tf all three; and if you would keep : 1. dahcine' irttendanoe only on red coal 'cAtdi8tanoe--or warming his toes ' tl lighted window panes, or rubbing his fenara into crevices that let the warm Imtj put a'little ofhis magio preventativ ea iha siU on every poor man's door. - -v$ur word for it, old Winter will tune his t3pi pes 4o the sweet musio nt)W ' a little advice, which we give fraa of charge. Or you may reward us iu ' that pleasanttjoin, ycleped sunny smiles Wa'Uaak any quantity in exohange foi . oOrmarketable goods. t Tha cellar are hungry about this time and ahotild bafed: so ley Tn cood stoc iwaoj,' ooal, d and a large share of . coodatura. V; They go together grandly, especially on ' ft eoli wintsX'a. day. - Get just as many ap .la aa you ean .possibly afiord, and store, : thajajap With any quantity of cheerfulness. Tott wiU appreciate them best when the old' t;7?paa play ynder your window, and :' theg'rand machinery in the upper air is . Wtitir" shawls and wrappers, and rib bTia, and eaps and great.coaU, for dame ' :Nt3rta ahivering children. . f ilyoathava merry company around 5&a, If yes sparkle; and cheeks glow,' a taother aeVs and grandmother knits, while ysa hold the newspaper, snuggled down ntiii coiyrm-ohair, and enjoying the 2 tiUt (nmarally, what a happy being V;! ju9Vgpt)& the roast apples amell! r-a cbrae the orimson coals showering vCoir eini QuickC johnny! mother -t:irtHh ; fun oi , tpitf applea; Yoashallhayeaome, Char ifxil 'mother don't say nor XV v ; V ' Mother don't aay so, if ii baby's first (aUoduoUon winter luxuries; so a bit ol ;. h7ellow kpple melts on his rosy lips. lieIavsniand-makes faces, and every tody lie.'Uogha and makes faces at him jtlor,fan..V.' i ; '. ; V - - .And outside, old winter gives a flourish wilhhia.bagpipeai'-V- . .. - -'-',' V 'Jiang up your gulden squashes by theii : hecks, at the same time hang up V discontent: by his crooked neck. - Don't Jeut tia latter down till he is needed for use, On; quarter nim and throw him to the vul -i,,:V . exes. -.i -,(4- ii:.s - -"iV ' . If he should strangle,- so much clear .; V : ' gaini for have you not heard, "better is a Sinner of herbs than a stalled ox and ha- V .'; ediSetewWi S''vVVX-. I lit your doora and ahut outthe wind, X 'S ' ' V all xtrae,tim ahut but envy out ol your v C XV' : - ' '-"taiyouf gates, and mend your . ;:--!:' v,r were roing to aiy,there is ; t ' ; , tocm for kc Jroyemant in every tlrin g. Lay ' -V " -V :. n your augar and molasses, and'aa much "V eweetiemper (warranted not to ferment, -ii; -' cs wiU aeep.tul spring. 4 . v J V ". Pressrye your: peaches and your equa .. . ), --: . -V. . ' Ceep fhe mold ' from your cheese, your ' V'r ( . jiin4 jroW ineinofy; the two t ""Ti r ntT feyc.'iic.Ir the sute)rliijr bein jg v' 1 " f.; Xcc oyer, your apples and po- l. - V : )pVt; :zriottallyand overlook vyour ..' -ycVr .-undancVto the poor.By' follow- isj Uie rules yoa will insure you a hap- "Yy- winter. CiT A Near York paper tells of a market .woman who, last fall, waa holding some pumpkins hi tf apron,' when fresh cac-y cockney eame along and : com VhtiJlcsd poking ther"wth rattan ex claiming: 'f bpe you don't call them ; large hx ?f Isf they; ain't fjklf as large f. as ;tTJ k;3-; in tiota, uengiana.'- Ap- ' "tf'i J Wt l - jj 3 aa "... " ; plee, they etn'j applet; them ll only huckle V';. berriea," replied the woman .'A-. .V.,v' V ? -y ! y The man who tied a knot in a cord ":' f wood wishes to know if you ever heard .j. - baj-oook crow? ,. -.. ..- -.. AGEICULTUEAL. Soaring Food for Cattle and Hogs. The oause is rather remote upon which his principle is based. It is asserted upon good authority that rye, barley, or Indian corn meal, made into a mash and allowed to ferment and pass into the same state, when mixed with cut hay, straw, or other ry vegetable food, exhibits the most mark- ad fattening effects. A very consistent and observing friend of ours remarked the oth er day that he could with barley meal alane, properly fermented and soured, make hogs as fat in six weeks as they could or ought to be, and that he preferred such process to cooking the food or any other method It is a familiar fact to all feeders of swine, that sour and coagulated milk is worth one quarter more for those animals, than fresh and sweet, milk; but how its action in that state is to be accounted for, and its operation on the animal economy of the stomach, is not very apparent. It is known by the experiments of Dr. Beaumont, that milk and all substances capable of coagu- ation are almost instantly changed on mixing with the gastric juice, and the rejection of milk by the infant, immedi ately after sucking, also shows that fact. Now, whether the sourinjOf the feed relieves the action of the digestive process, or whether the acetic, malic, or other acids are required by the stcmach to effect se cretion or stimulation, is simple conjecture. With the human subject, pickles are a fa vonte condiment with ricn . anq highly concentrated food, and . many .delicate .stomachs can endure the use of large quantities of these -most -indigestible and unnutritive substances, without experienc ing any deleterious effects. . It is generally held that those persons who consume much acid food and use vinegar and pickles free ly, are apt to be thin and spare, contrary to the doctrine of souring food. We once knew a young lady so- fleshy and full ol "blood and blue veins," that her skin was almost to the tension of bursting, who re. duced herself to very respectable wasp like dimensions merely by the free use of vinegar. Of the good effects of the souring pro cess, when used for fattening r.nimals, we have the most abundant proofs in our own experience, and although the modus ope randi is not so clear to our perceptions, it is, we opine, sufQcient for us to know that such is the fact, at least from its assertion by good authority, to induce our readers to try its effects and its economy. . ' -. Wool Grower. .Value of&anure from Cattle. Messrs. Eds: What is the estimate value of-manure, liquid and solid, drop ped by a cow during the ordinary period of 'stabling? Also what proportion the value thereof may be safely reckoned as lost when the manure is thrown out! nto the barn-yard, and exposed to the! .. " - ' . -1 1 i weathers . a.dubsckibek. . Tarrylown, N. Y. c ,. : The liquid portions of the manure from ... ... II 1 " cattle are greater in duik, ana ncner in quality, than .the same from horses. The real money value of such manure must, of course, vary greatly with circumstances, such as the price of the crop' raised, and the manner of applying the manure. For example, a ton of manure converted into strawberries, selling at four dollars per bushel, would return more Inoney than a ton converted injo corn at $0 cents, or ruta-bagas at ten cents per bushel. Again manure .carelessly applied and-, badly mixed with the soil, will not yield one-third the reiurn affordedrom the finely pulver ized and thoroughly intermixed materials. Still furtherthe quantity and richness ol manure is much controlled by ' the age, nature, size, condition, treatment and food of the animal which yields it." - In Flanders, where manures are well applied. and animals well; fed, the urine of a single cow is reckoned at an average of 81 0 per annum the solid parts are estimate at . one-half to three-fourths of this sum. " Taking the usual price ol guano, 560 per ton, as a standard, the manure from a single cow, saved in the best manner, would be worth about $20. This is, however, higher than manure is usually sold, and by the common manage ment more than half is lost. No accurate estimate can, however, be made of the loss, when it is thrown into the barn-yard, and exposed to the weather, without knowing other particulars. 'As most farmers manage, by providing straw enough to absorb about one-fourth of the urine, from one-half to two-thirds are lost; a larger quantity of straw, in "connection with leaves, peat, and an occasional layer of turf the latter being the most valuable of all as an absorbent -would save nearly the whol9, even if "exposed to the weath er.-'-Couniry Gentleman. " .;- 'V -i y'.V ',-, "' ; APP168. V V " - ' Select the very best and fairest fruit picking it from the boughs by hand. ,. Into a barrel, say a common flour barrel, pour two quarts of kiln" dried, :hard,wood saw dust; spread .it evenly over the bottom o the barrel, and by hand place in your ap ples, one at a time, but not so near as to touch each other. : Fill in the spaces with the dust, and Ooyef -be; whole layer ' one inch deep, with the sameV.' Proceed in this way. until the barrel is filled, and head up air tight. Pulverized charcoal mixed with the dust in the proportion of one bushel to one of .the latter, is preferable for this pur pose to clean dust. Apples may be kept for two years in this way,if placed in a cel lar of mild and even temperature. 'V .V i -. . : ; ' ' ' - AfaLANCHOLT Sight. A shoemaker who has lost hie all and breathed hU totV r COLUMN FUK CUILUBE. LITTLE THINGS. Little drops of water, Little grains of sand, Make the -mighty ocean, And the beauteous land. And the little moments, Humble though they be, Make the mighty ages Of eternity. . . . So our little errors - Lead the soul away, From the path of virtue, Oft in sin to stray. Little deeds of kindness. Little words of lore. Make our earth an Eden, Like the Heaven above. IBB SBASOIT. BY THOMAS HOOD. Summer's gone and over ! Fogs are falling down. And with russet tinges, Autumn's doing brown. Boughs are daijy rifled By the gusty thieves. And the Book of Nature Gettetli short of leaves. Round the tops of houses, Swallows, as they flit, Give, like yearly tenants, Notices to quit. ' Skies of fickle temper, Weep by turns and laugh Night and dffy together Taking half and half. So September endeth, Cold and most perverse, But the months that fol!ow, Sure will pinch us worse. Little Hary. "O, mother," aitl little Mary Doan one mom inc. as she ran into the house af- ter ha vine been out to feed the chickens "O, mother, I have just thought what shall do with my chickens next lall." Why, my dear, 1 thought you had set tied, that matter long ago,'.' replied th mother. ;Yes no, I thought once. I should buy a nice muff for tho next winter, but I do not care any thing about that now " "Why not, my love?" O, because the one have now is goot enough, till I shall be two or three years older." 'So it is my dear, but what has altered your mind so suddenly?" "I will tell you, mother, if you will promise to let roe do as I wish with my chickens." ' " v - Why, you know my child, that I told you that you might do as you pleased with them.'.' "Yes, but you did not think that I should give them away." "Give them away! and do you wish to give them away, Mary" "Yes, .mother, .if you are willing." "Well, that is certainly a new idea. To whom do you wish to give ihem, my love?" "Put will you promise me, mother!" "I do not like to promise you uncondi tionally. But il it is right and proper, I shall have no objections." "Well, you know that you sent- me down to Mrs. Grove's yesterday to carry. her some tea." . - ,-. "Yes." . " When t went in she was trying to read the Bible. But she said she had only a small Bible, and the print was so small, and her eyesight so poor now, that she could hardly read at all." - - "Poor. woman!" V "Well, when I was coming home I could not help thinking of her, and how much comfort she would take if she had a Bible with good large print like ours, for you know, mother, that reading the Bible ap pears to be her greatest source of comfort, now that Mr. Grove is dead. Well, when I was feeding my chickens this morning I thought of her again, and something seemed to whisper to me that I might buy her a nice large Bible with my chickens, if I would do without the muff, and so I thought if you were willing I would do Mrs. Doane pressed her little daughter to her bosom, and tenderly kissing her, as sured her that she" was perfectly willing that she should purchase the Bible as she had proposed. Little Mary was delighted, end seemed impatient for the time to come when her chickens should be ready for the market; but the time came at last, and Mary's fath er'took the chickens to market, and re turned with a beautifull, arge Bible.' Mary immediately' carried it down to Mrs. Grove, who was so much . pleased that she wept for joy. She thanked Mary over and over again, and assured her that as long as she lived she would pray that the richest of Heaven's blessings might be showered upon her.' ' , Mary returned home happier than ever before, and on entering her chamber found a beautiful mufiV on which was fastened a little billet, containing these words To give to the poor, is to lend to the Lordi. .Arithmetical Toast The fair daugh ter s of America .May they odd virtue to beauty subtract envy, from friendship multiply amiable accomplishments by sweetness of temper divide time by soci ability and economy and reduce scandal to ita loteest denomination. V Wi Vf tub mm of i)EMociui;y. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise two dollars will be requir ed. Marketable produce will be taken in pavment. No paper will bediscontinued, except at the op tion of the editor, until all arrears are paid. All letters and communications sent by mail must be post-paid. 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If subscribe! s remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. a I he courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing and leav ing them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence ol intentional fraud. Holland ;' Hon s Woodsficld, Ohio. THE large and commodious house on the snuili west comer of Main and Main Cross streets, has been fitted up with new furniture of handsome and comfortable style, and is now open for these commodatiun of gties's The sublet iber invites the patronage of the public; and those who favor him with their company may be assured of a hos pitable reception, the best fare, and such comforts and attentions as will make his house compare fa vorably with any others. Bills moderate. . HORACE HOLLAND. July 6, 1853. 15. -E. Diinran, Watch andCIock Maker, CLAR1NGTON, OHIO. All kinds of WATCHES and CLOCKS repair ed on reasonable terms and warranted ' SPECTACLES to suit all nee, sex andcolrrs 1 TIME PIECES as low as $1 50 warranted to keep eond time. Dec. 22, 1852. Wm. F. COUTH, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, CIiAHIlTQTON, OHIO, HAVING recently purchased a Whabf Boat, in connection with his Warehouse, is now ready to accommodate Moving Families at mod erate charges. Merchants consigning their good to his care, will have them received at night and in wet weather on the Wharf boat, without extia charges. A'Jjf. 17.' Snnfish and Wheeling Daily Paeket, iSffiwsiv STEPHEN BAYARD. (jSE? J. K. Booth, Mailer, Will leave SUM FISH every day at 6 o'clock, A. M., and WHEELING at 4 o'clock, P. M. Ail business entrusted to this boat will rece.ve prompt attention. March 31, 1P52. Dr. J. Bowman, LATE rf Boudoiu Medical School, has located in ANTIOCH, and will be pleased to attend to this afflicted iu Clinical Medicine and Surgery. ' Or as AccufCii Strn. Having been raised and educated tn New .England where Lung diseases prevail, he particularly calls the attention of the citizens to his mode ' treatment of Pneumonia, Phthisis, Putmonalis, Stc. Antioch, Feb 2, 1853. Dr. J- Ij. Dve, TENDERS his professional services to the cit izene of Wnodsfield and vicinity, in the prac tice of Medicine and Suigery. (Jilice and icsi deuce one door north of the building lately occu pied by W. C. Walton , dee'd, as a store-room DRUGS MEDICIIES. THE Subscriber lias just opened one door north of the buildina; lately occupied by Wm. C. Wal ton, dec d, a large supply of Drugs, iMciIicincs, Paints, OILS, DYESTUFFS. SfC, Suitable for this market, which he trill sell at wholesale or retail at reasonable prices. Woodsfield, June 8. J. I DIE. Dr. T R .o s e, FFERS his services to the citizens of Grays ville and vicinity as Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician . - July 6, 1853 W.T.SINCLAIR. JOHN MARTIN. Drs. Sinclair & Aiariin. FFICE up stairs in the new building, one door south of J. F. Randolph's Hotel. Woodsfield, April 13, 1653. Dr. W. T. Sinclair HAS Ho removed his residence to A. D. Driggs' ptel. Office up stairs in the new building one door south of J. F. Randolph a. .Dec1, 185a. . E. ARCHBOLD. S. DAVENPORT. Archbold Davenport, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Woodsfield, Ohio; Will practice in Monroe and the adjoining conn lies. All business entrusted to their rare will meet with prompt attention. Oct 8, 1851, Daniel 11. Wire, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IVoodtfield, Monroe Co. O, Will attend to business in the Counties of Monroe, Washington, Noble, Guernsey and Belmont, Ohio John Sinclair, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. WOODSF1ELU, JHONKOH COUNTY, O. fttj W ill practice in Monroe aud adjoining coiiu ties. Office over the Clothing Store entrance one door north of Steed s Inn. Hollister, Okey & HoIIister, ; ATTORNE YS AT LA W . - Woodnfield, Ohio. . Survejinff. rpHE undersigned, thankful for past favors, X. would inlorm the public that he still contm ues the business of SURVEYING. He may be found a part of his time in Woodsfield, and part of his time in Malaga township. ; ., DANIEL MORRIS." May 18,4853. .V ; N .' r . lone are., , r-.... A Large, quantity of Stone War consisting v Stone Jaxa, . ' . i. t . ..Stone Jugs, and , .... . - '::', Stone Milk-paDi, ' - 1 ' . .' n '.''.'- FViM t ',. KIRKBRISE'8. ft lUaii iU'ranjretrients,- ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ol the'maiU "at and from VVonisriKi.u : : Fairvikw Arrives every day (except Sun day) at 5 0 clock P. M. Departs eviety day (ex cept auiulay) at 8 o clock A. IU. Barnksvii.le (via Ualais) r Arrives every T...,lu ....I Vr.A .:. . s ..l.w.l, P M n,..,. . v.. .. . . every Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A. M. Marietta (Western, route) Arrives every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M Departs every Monday and Wednesday at 5 A. M marietta (Southern route) Arrives every Saturday at 7 P. M. Departs eveiy Friday at 5 A. Al. LAiNo'ifNew Castle) Arrives every Monday and Thursday at 12 A. M. ' Departs same days at 1 r M SuNFisH(ClarinctQn) Arrives every Monday and Thursday at 1 P. M. Departs same days at 2 P. M. St. CLAinsvir.T.n.-Arriveseverv Monday and r nuiy at t tr. M. Lleparts every Tuesday and Saturday at 5 A. M. all Dry Goods!! GE0K(ihT. SMITH & CO., 5 WOOD ST., PITTSBTJ OH. FKER for sale a larae and Complete As sortment of American and Foreign DUY GOODS. A considerate portion of the Staule Goods wete purchased belore the advance in prices, and will be offered to cash or approved credit buyers as low as they can buy iu any city, f ... - 11'... PKINJ S All the leading styles, comprising a Fail assortment; Daik Fancies. Blues. Oranges, Mournings, boll 1 Colours, itc; English and Ger man 4-4 Chintzes, &.c GINGIIA MS Lancaster, Manchester, Domes ic. &.c , tarlstoii in high colors, and Kaucv v iiei-KS. 1 rf STUFF GOODS Alpacas. Merinos, Coburgs, Paramtttt.is, Mohair Lustres, Fancy and Plain tyies, ue 1. antes, Cashmeres, and all newest tylcsof WIN I'EU DKESS GOODS. WOOLENS A Luge srock of Bhck and Fan ry colored Cloths, Doeskins, Black and Fancy Ussftmeres, ot most approved styles Coatings, in great varii-ty, Domestic and Im ported S.A 1 lAtIS-in H1 K9, colors and mixtures and printed Also, ol Western manufacture, out usiiiil full supply. - I wee d-, Jear.s, Caalimeretts, and all sorts low priced Winter fabrics v r. 1 a tun assor'.meut in silks, woo and German Fancy styles. Serges, Silecias, Cambrics, Iiih Li eis. Hoi lands, Jeans, Damasks, Ate. LIN SETS PI aid, Red, Blue and Chameleon styles. BROWN GOODS Bleached- Sheetings aud Shirtings, Flannels of all kinds ami colors; Dia pers. Shirting Stripes, Oziiaburjs, Drillings, itc, &c. Blankets Domestic and Foreign A complete stock cf all sorts of .VARIETY GOODS. Plain and Checked Muslin and t bite Goods Laces, Embroideries, Silks, Ribbons, Winter Shawls, &..., ni,d everything wanting in the Dry Goods line, the stork of which will be kept full !y cotist.ii.t atiiiitrons throushnut the season (j-Th'-y solicit an t-Xdinination of their stock by nny disposed to purchase. : Pittsburgh, Sep l-l", 5833 SPRING AND S UMMER 1 Ml rn lHE Subscriber respectfully announces to the Si. citizens ot ULAIilfMUTUIN and vicinity. that he is now receiving andnpening at his Store, A Large and Well-selected Stock of DR Y GOODS, II A TS, BONNE TS, JSUUTS JiJD SHOES, HARDWARE, Q UJSKJVS I WIRE, UROCERIES. CC. , &.C, &c, ' Selected expressiy lor this market.. All of which win oe som i;r uasn or frounce at trie s.ime prt ces nai geu 111 W lieeling. m Also a large lot of WINDOW SASH and PANEL DOORS for sale. A pi. 20, 1853. , R. CHASE Valuable Farm for Sale. rpHAT well known tract ot land lying about 3 1 milfs east ot the town of WindhL-ld, known us the Daniel Wilson farm and recently owned by Frederick Hukill. is offered tor sale. The tiasl contains over 200 acres, about 100 ol which ate cleared.- It 'has also two bearing orchards, and comfortable building It is a very desirable prop ertv, und wiil be sold on rea-oii.ilile terms For particulars li. quire of Harmon Hukill, in Centre ton nship, or of Wm. G Perry. Woods. field. JEFFEUSON HUKILL. jGravc Stone Cutting. VIE undersigned has removed t Siinfish Creek, thiee quarters of a mile above Rich- ner'e mill, where he is carrying cm the business ol GRAVE AND TOMB STONE CUT I ING. in Its various brunches. I. hose entrusting their work to him will have it done in the neatest and most approved style of wniknimiship, and t mod- erate prices. 3-S!arble Grave and Tomb Stones turnUhed to order. P CAwLKIELD Probate? Notice. TJOTICS is hereby given th .t the final settle- i. raent accounts of the Administrators of tl estates of tbe following persons, have been filed in the Probate Court ot Monroe county, Ohio, for settlement: . Account of F Koeliler and L. Shipley, Adm'rs of samuel Landback, dec tl. Account ot Asa Headlee, Adm r of Alfred Dye, dee'd. Acccnnt of Robert Raper, Adm r of Mary Ka- per, dee'd. ' Account of Wm. Don, Adin'rof Albert Elle gar, dec u. " Account ol Wm. Dor!, Adm'r of J hn Ellegar. dee'd. Accajiit of Perry W Gilrnore. Adm'r.' of Elias Davis, dec d. ' The above accounts will be for hearing on the 21st day ol November, isa.i. E LI H (J MORRIS, Oct. 19, 1853. Piobate Judge. GRAHAM'S AMERICAN MQATULY MAGAZLXE. The nest number closes the second voldtne of Graham's Magazine for 1853, and we cannot re frain Irani thanking most heartily both the Press and our subscribers for the encouragement afford ed us to persevere in elevating the literary and pictorial character ot tne work.' I he' volume, when closed, will embrace every variety of Mag azine illustration, aud have furnished to out rea ders papers of ability upon all the topics of inter est which absorb the times, and also a series of articles of a puiely literary character of a higher ordei than have herefore been found in the month ly Magazines It shall be our aim to improve Graham suit further iu these rrapects, and by cre tin attention and enterprise to command the pub lie approbation and supp'.rU .i : v The JWvd Volume commencing wilh the Jan uary number will claim especial attention lor the beauty of its pictorul appointments. 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'.....'.,'-'.- : Per Annunm 2 "- '' ' - ' " ;':"-' ' h .,' f 5 5 (And one to agent, or the getter up of club.) 10 8 (And one to agent. or the getter up of club,) 15 11 (And one to agent, or the getter up of clwb.) 20 The money tor luns always roust be sent in advance, bubscnptions may be aent at our risk When the turn is large, a draft should be procured if possible tne cost oi wnicn may be deducted from the amount. Address, atteaym post paid, ,S., - ; 'GEO. R GRAHAM, Editor. , fi. No. 50, South Third Street, Philadelphia. , flr N. B Any person desii ous of receieinir a copy of Graham," as a sample, can b accommo dated by notifying tbe Editor by letter, (post-paid.) Tar and Fish Oil, ,'. For eale kt KIEKBRIDE'l. Insurance,- Company! WOODSFIELD, OHIO. . . comnanv. beine oreariized under fvu,' This able chartei obtained from the Leeislature, isnnw a... 1.. ... 1. 11 i n;.. Unti.o. u r .. - "'sure noici-, Slabea Sl Houses, Shops, Merchandize, c .... ' : , hv fi' J -'j ; . t ,. . &c;, aeainst loss by fire. DIHKCTORS. ... ' i . ISAAC WELSH, JOHN KERB,. CHARLES HARE, 'WILLIAM STEEL, JOHN A. DAVENPORT. JOHN F. EIDENHAK1V, NATHAN HOLUSTER, THEO. BENN1NGHAUS. JNO: M. KIKKBRIDE. JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pres't. N. Hoi.i,I3ter, Treas. Jtno. M' Kirkbridr, Sec'y. - : ' 1 I. SIMPSON HOLLISTER, April 21, 1852. ' General Agent I PIITTSBUMGII, PA. ESTABLISHED IN 1840." INCORPORATED by the Legislature ot Per.11 sylvauia, with a perpetual charter.. . BOAR D OF TRUSTEES t " Hon. J a Ties Buchanan, late Secretary of State: Hon. William Wilkius, late Secretary of War. Hon. Moses Hampton , Hon. Walter H.Lowrie; V : Hon. Chaqes Naylor; Gen. J. K. Moorehead. : ' ' FACULTY J. P. DUFF, Principal, author of the North A- mericau Accountant.' Professor of the Theorv ' Pract'ce of Double-Entry Book-Keeping, and Lecturer on Commercial Sciences. J. D. WILLIAMS. Prefessor of Mercantile ! Ornamental Penmanship. ... IN. n. HATCH. Esq.. of the Pittsburgh 1W rroiessor or mercantile jlsw. P HAYDEN, A. M.. Professor of Mathemat- ics. Ate. t . , - - This Institution occupies five spacious anari ments, and is considered the most extensive am: perfectly organized Commercial College in 'th. United States. What is said of it bv the most em ' iiient mercantile authorities in the country, and cl tne rrmcipai as a fiactical Accountant, as an ex perienreu 1 eacner, and as an Author, as also nl hvcolteague, Mr. VVillinms as a Penman, will b found i tbe pamphlet circular of 24 pages. 1JUII a KonK-Keepinz, pp. 192, Royal octavo Harpers Price l,53. Postage 21 cents. .'Thi' most perfect combination of instruction and prae. lice punusneci. - Duff s Western Steamer's Accountant Price fl postage 9 cents. A perfect system lor keep ing sucn Q'ioks ana Accounts." Merchants and steamers can always besurolied wnn innrougniy trained accountants. 09-Send lor 11 Circular by mail - ap6 ilde &, Brother, ; BOOKSELLERS and S TA TIONERS. WHEELING- VA.. WHOLESALE and Retail Dealers in MiscelU neons Medical. Theological, Classical, Hi torit al and School Rooks, Blank Books. Stationa ry, Wall Paper and Window Blinds. An extensive and varied assortment of the above will at all times be kept on band and constant ad dilinns be made thereto. Wholesale dealers, school committees, teachers and all others supplied at the lowest rates at tht Bo.ikstore, comer of Main and Union sts. fv-i 1. 1. : l . . , - ' . good liags. m-1 iic ui;iicsi price paiu in catn or traae toi Wall Paper and Window Blinds WILPE St RKOTIIICR. Have just rereired a Urge stock ol the fine satinet ROOM AND ENTRY PAPER. ' Common Paper, Bordering and Windou Blinds, Unsurpassed in quality and variety by any in tin- i iu . furctiasers have only to call and exanilm ttie st(H-k to be convinced that thry cau be suppliei ilh Paper ar prices lower than elsewhere,, at iln Book and Paper Store, corner ol Main and Unin streets. Wheeling, Va. - , ' " ap20' The Great Western Tobacco Emporium!! Logan, Carrfc Co.. ' DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF iOBACCO, mNUFF & SEGAR6- 81 MAIN STREET. V W11EEL1NG.TA. A RE now ready to supply dealers in the city oi JUL country, with Virginia Chewing Tobacco, im ported aud domestic Segars, Snuff ot all kinds Snutt buaes, ect, . . . They ill offer, on the best terms, at theii wholesale store No. 81 Main street, betweei Qitiucy and Monroe streets . 500 boxes 5s and 8s lump chewing tobacco; 200 do ilb .r .... do 1 . do " 250 " d. ', pound, some very superior; 50 ' do Diadem and dew drop twist, 30 gross yellow bank and amulet fine cut, 20 bbls smoking tobacco. . - ,-. , . ; 200,000 superior segars, . 300,000 domestic do . 1 '-' ' " ' ' . " - 150 boaes chalk pipes and pipe heads, 50 gross enuR boxes, .' . ' 1 ' " 20 do segar cases, etc. etc. , '.! ieaiersfie invited to call and examine our stock. We are determined to offer inducements equal to any in the eastern market. ap20 J. C. HARBOUR; ' WHOLESALE St RETAIL DEALER IN Carpet, Looking Glass, and ;. . UPHOLSTERY. WARS,- J . No. 1 43, Main street; Wheeling, Va.- KEEPS constantly on hand a very large and ex' tensive assortment of TAPESTRY. VENE Tl AN and INGRAIN CARPETINGS? Rug Mats, Oil Cloths, Table and Piano Cover A.C.&C ALSO Gilt and Mahogany framed Looking taiaases, Fortran and Picture rames of every des cnption on hand and made to order. - Venetian and Slat Window Blinds, Transparent Window Shades and Paper together with Upholstery Ware, such as BEDS, MAT IK ASSES, PI I. LOWS. QUILTS, COUNTERPAN ES. CUSH lONS.&c. Also Curtain Goods in great variety Blinds, Trimmings, Cords, Tassels, and a constant supply of Smith St Stratton's celebrated Furniture aud Coach Varnish for sale at factory price. . - Allot wnicn will oesold at the very lowest pri ces, auc warranted to give satisfaction. - - ap20 JCOR the sale oT DR. S. S. FITCH'S celebra M: ted Instruments and medicines, 'viz:. Paten Silvei Plated Abdominal Supporters. Patent stee spring Mioulder Brnces, silver Enhaling rube; fuimoiiary Balsam, .Pectoral Expectorant, Pun and Medicinal Cud Liver Oil, Pulmonary Liui raent, Heart Corrector. Humor Corrector,-Depu rative Syrup, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Cathartic Pills, Cholera and Unolic bpecinc. Vermifuge, ate. The above form Dr. V itch's treatment of Put- I monarv vonjltmvaon, jxamwm, ncan disease I . , . , . C k . - . , , : - . " '1' remedies are prepared by Dr. F. for hia practice I Clli inc a.iu bHi ...- . . . . luv .vine and warranted Rood. His reputation, founded on success, will recommend them to the afflicted who will find, Dr. Fitch's "Guide- to tbe Inval. ids" a valuable book It is given 'away at the stare of the agents Those Buffering; from falling of the bowels or womb will find Dr. F.'aauppnrt er light and pleasant, and fitting perfectly , and al the same time most efficient. The shoulder brace, also, is light and efficients The articles alone, or taken together, are unsurpassed by any. article ever made. All to be had of the agent William Steel; Staflbrd, Ohio,' ; r; Jan. 18,1858." '? - "-: - ' ' ZACHARIAH8MITHS ESTATE The h , dereigned has been appointed and qualified aa Administrator of the estate ol Zachariah Smith, late of Monroe county, deceased, ihoae m- t debted to tbe estate will please make immediate J payment, and those bavins; eiaim agaiutt aald es-' tale will present them duly authenticaterd, " V? Octl. '1(8.1 .MAN N. SMITH , f Adro. A LARGE LOT OF" PLOUGH POINTS. received from s '' "' ' ' "; ' PITISBtJRGH and ZANESVILLE, Fire pU : and rMle kt KIRKBRIDE S.'r iiiSiiii If tSmuaudi Clwai iff Scrofula, Cameo. xm Ur imvttrt dimKUM ofOuhlooA mUiftkm'M. k -jL WAWtlTT which wot mted of m Medkbu trr -4 Om tuck Dttom, te aim proof of tht pwriffbig mttmad f m the Me4idne which kM tvhdiui and conpuni jk XajwaV thntimUunjuiionbUtridnathm T - BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT it tuck m MaUefau, tnerery tespect; mad -e bsnlisl prooC In gnat eurm effected, that ONE BOTTLK af it ms . tains t)arv pnrifytng, healing vlrtna, and mmilim I , ttMM there U conuuncd in four BatUm of anv tmrmamriO, c wmy other mcdidnt that hM erer been offered for sals, am Is undoabted proof tn our pamphlets, that by taa as of tola Tmt M-mryur, ni inn were umra Tor ej Oat were Lams and CanrpLao ean now Wax; Out wera Sick, ScaonnboM, and Kim alas 4aaaaaV ka 1 a been BK4I.XD and Cubsd. . ' ; ' ' "' , Qnndreds -ThonsaxiSa' 'tr who nava nsed BbahV s PtTKirraa, after havtiif mi tasted MIA tha aarcanariUas and other BMdtdoaa menaea 10 core niooa niieaew nava aaaaaa ta . .. Brant's is the Cheapest,, beeatiaa On Bottle of It has am medleal, enratlTe aae in it, and, in conseqnenee, enraa aassa dimmm ia anefc ana time, than am goals cf any other raeillrina. , . If, then, On BeaU of Bluct'i Pnamaa wflrcara TOTTM TIMES 'more dlaeaaa than w ssrtli of .esueyifai "Bbaht's Puanrm" would be as dump at four aedri m bottle, aa earsaparOia at aaa dollar. Bat fiRAkTS rOaUV FIKR U sold for only ONE DOLLAR botflat and aa m bottle of it hat cured, and is eapabltat carina; Ton Tkmmr as mucu ouease aa on ootwt ox tan aparilla, in eoaaeqaenee of its tttt power and lav nasi "1 al . efficacy, should be aoid at na tort than Tvmru trv Liars per bo tie, to be aa cheap as the Pcramas at Oat Dollar.: v One DoHax's Worth! :-? Bow moch CaMcsn how much flmrn.n hear snafr ScaortTTA will Om VoUmr't worth at Srantt PUKITfKM cura t Read tba fallowing atatamant, which, la nnnhaaa f its power... . .- " S ' CAKCEROUa XrHC?0LA!- , Tlis ta the case a ZJvfa,-awa who aat Hear. HawaW enrtd of a.woraa ease of Serofvla, by only 7Vnlw BotUrnvt Branf a Porifier, than avar waa cured by lhaaas at JWW Gallant of the bat tartaparUl that waa eer mada. Sana . partita has not rufident autHcal pomar to enaot4aeara Of uch a revollingly hapclest case. ' , . '' . -' Mr. J. B. Haskik, of Burnt, OmUa Oo., if. Tfc had Jbrirf mla four years - was confined to hie bed the lattyar in. was so much diseased and debilitated as to be unable ta raise his hand to his head. He had the east medical advtaa had used a1 of tba aest otwtapmritta to no goad effect got wort and wort, and waa considered to be ha a Vuimg Salt, and could not lira taafy-ar ear lonjree, wfaaa aa commenced nsing BRANT'S PURIFIER, His ao waa ' aatea nearly of, from ear to tor a halt waa aatam through his windpip. under his chin, an that ha br rathe li tfcronfa tha hole his tor was so eaten around that it could be hjad up out of its place, it only holding by a saisBjilBes lha " naa of on arm was itttrouti by two Ulcere aa tear under tha arm, aa large as a man's hand, bad nearly eaarn through bis aide falo hi body. Thua, be was affiicted wnk) TwaMy auch putrid, acrid, ofentttt Vlcart, on various parte of hia ersbn. For further and full parncnlata, aaa oar P isiloi Doct. Thokas WiuiAva, oae of tha bum skilful paraf elana of Rome, was called to aee Haskia the day htfart h commenced using Brant't Pwrifitr. Joct- W. eaaalned him, and then told him that all the isrfiriaw in the warid could mot cur him that his case waa . Worse than nopeuss t i Now hear Mr HASKIN8 statetnerttf cure, fie Bali f My wife procured one bottle cf BRANTS PWWYJUa EXTRA CT that bottxs enabled me to get oj art tea tha sxcom bottle enabled me to gtt out of tha htmm tha thud enabled me to walk two mulct, and when I bad Rnath. ad nsing Ifin Bom, Sbvsmthn got of tmtntf Uietr bad salbo ur, ana mrm teuum more enectea rJUUMTX . CURE and restored me to gaud health. FOURTEEN WITNESSES.' '-v Tha above facts are certified to bv DOCT. TWltXM""H .' Mr. 6. R. BROWN, of Wttt Ram HotaL Mceara. BISSxXC . LEONARD, Druggists, and ELEVEN 0tiM wMimsis at noma. .. '. " - v i r- In all Cbriabaiiixed and eivBized eoantriaa, has caaaad . larger proportion of deaths thaa any oAer Baalady thai atV . Dicta tha human family ; and, aatil within ataw yeara, thera baa not been any ctrtaia rtmtdu to atop tha. aeTaataissa. the destroyer. But now ; : BRANT'S INDIAN POLMONARYvBAfiSAiK Cmrtt very many of the most strongly marked awd-devaloaa aT eases of Pulmonary CeummptUin aaau-aaJsafcais eases of ulcerated and diseased LVltOS such Jbpsless eases as wet never before eared by any other mediciae. ' 8o umikjhopt : lot were some of the afflicted persona, aa to have been pro nounced by pftyaieiax and friends to be ACTUALLY' tmM. some, who bad tneir ounai-ciotoes maaa. nava Macino, . and yet lire others, who tt was said would not hre i dav. are now as well and heartv as thev ever ware. ', are now as well ana nearly as t poaaeasos ail the cleansing and ' It poaaeasos all the cleansinc and uarifvins; virtaos saitf call. as powerful and active as the preparation which wa call BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT. ' This differs from that because thia possesses ttmm al atkm Medication which are peculiarly adaptti to, and are ssarariaa . fj necatary, la cure ' '-..' "- . ' ' - Coughs and ConsnmptionB, and all diaeaaea of a pnlmonary nature aaeh Aaaaaaa a , aaually prove so fatal under ordinary treatment, wheat ttstjf attack the . . " . . . , . ' . Breast, Throat, lungs, anJ Eeart ' - Thia BALSAM heat aud atrtt Ulcert ta tat Xanura. al . KMC! else where internally, as ecrtnrnly and oantf aa the FOBrrt. . ' ' :' . X t ' IMO Extmact cures' and heal alcera tmtrnally. . (say .... ;-., . -' Sam cures sua cases or Cough and Contumpt iem out af as, '. i. ' t after all other remedies hara failed to dm good. ', : . v. :', --i; ' ;.' j and Chronic Cough, abundantly pro re its mmfaMng sjlcsk ' tn auch diteasea, and its undoubted curatiro power, and -soothing, healing properties, in the following eomplahrta aad diseases, Yix. : Spiuing of Blood, BUeding al th iMng. rmam im tht Breaxt and Side, Night-Sweat. Nervout OwaWaials, Pmh. . ' pitation of tht Heart Cholera Infantum, Dutenterf tat) Sam sur CompUmtt in Children- and Adult, Astasia, and AHV FEMALE WEAKNESSES AND ZlkWZZ, -.Ho remedy that baa been offered te tbe pnblM baa avav ' been half a certain and effectual in correcting AUt the ineir ... dental weofeiamet and wrrgularUiet of tba fetoaae aex aa , BRANTS PULMONARY BALSAM. .- H nsakaa aodiSbr- Coca whether the derangement be sawwaastoa, other incidental xtahncn it nrnlate ALL. bv 4 ing the system, equaUximg the circulation, mpC toothing mliautag HEH.VOUS UUUTAtiUaTr. am foraroof. . - . -. ,'.-.v1,;v- ? COWSUMPTIOII. ? -Vr t ;" ;.A. Dying Woman Cnxed t We state 'this cure to prova tha power to tern life,' this BALSAM is used, even after tba person 1 omuubrtsl by physician and friends to be in tba Mat ttagmot gmjasa -actually dying and; ta this ease; so far goat that th " thnrud and burial-eMxhet were- bought. ' For tba pmfkultrt ' of this ease, and tbe MsnecCnMt and amsVwJtss) proof of aM the eirennistances and facta, we refer to oar PAMPHLETS This cure was effected on Mrs. Z1BA OTKEMAJf. of Asta ten Spa, Saratoga Co., jr. Y. - We ean Brave, beyend a doataV asany others mlmott equally as hopelesa. and rmraaraHi esssa ' of Cough and Oonmanption CURED, whicb ware prat. . nonnoad inatrablt by skilful phyticianm. , . V-r-j- LIVER COMPLAXiT?..:, Bern the core of Dr. Hubbard, of etajnford, CUfM otawfsvr ; v - Dyspepsia ! ; .,: . ? V..', ' See the eure of T. & Wilcox, merchant'of Attica, Wjoniat ' Co, N. Y., and many more, in our Pamphlets. -. ; Dysentery and Bummer Complaint in Children and Adult are sJawys eartsf. 'ITaa OffaVssi will become JfcMjr, healthy, mmA hearty ami grow rapidly, kf the use of this BALSAM. i - - Mo-mother need- ever moura tba death of her Md by . -Cholerw Infantum, whUe teething, if BRANTS PUL MONARY BALSAM be administered. It should ta, tut snch caaea. given in laraer thaa tba ordhawr daaat,: r, The above medicines ir totMio by Ji M. Kirkbride;. Woodsfield, :t: a.M M, lllli EE i.I.Y.S:iAlL:. , : 'vr AN EXCELLENT iTAMILY (AND I.. ' W AS HINQTONNB WS PA R; Price $1,25 per . Anaixn, v ; WA LLACH tt HOPE, Proprietors or (km 1 V Washington Citr' Evening Sa. wilt lai V" sue the first number -of theircW EEKLY STAnr . " s on the first Thursday in September, 1858- ' '-'?' Terms: SI .25 cents per einglecepy.TTOkl Clubs, five copies for. f 5, 00: ten' copies for (8,0a twenty copies; f!5,tK); cash, trmaria&.jr it ttd. vance. i j- : .. ''.,.. i " The WEEKLY STAR will be printed oaa double sheet; and will contain mora -infomfcMa " -. -concerring what may be going on iaihL V ' than anv other ten newananera inlhs hAuntn- , 1. . : : S so, ihteresting family and misceUanei. rea..j '-..' '--p'jjCi &.C..&C. , The proprietora aim to makait m journla . i ' J which shall be absolutely necessary Wa'ery os "" '. '. 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