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.The-censa reJturns Jor l.(l53i:"give the r fo!IrtwinnutTvbVof farmer in the, United aatnd :Jjriltorie9iW-'f- v:' i " ! TUB SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Mine i. vermoni; T700 48.31 R:UJaiiK '.. ff.393 New York, 311.591 ""WrinsylvV QG 347 - Maryland, Virginia,' 106.80? ? 3. Carolina, 32.8G3 Florida, i Mississippi, - .'Tmij-r ' v . Tennessee hio.-- -Indiana. Missouri,. Wisconsin, 5.750 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION! One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid VlasSaohUs'H, 55,082 l'n advance; otherwise two dollars will be requir- CoivftoeUcuU 31,756 Marketable produce will De taken in payment. ,, ' , I . No paper will bedisosntinued, except at the op tion of th&editor, until all arrears are paid. - All letter, and communication tent by mail must be post-paid. .1 's ..; ; -JOB PRINTING ---- - Executed with neatnesa and dispatch at this Office; Hid at reasonable prices. ! , TERMS of advertising: : tf.lUmpshire47.408 New Jersey, 32.392 Dlaware, : 7.848 27.94fflDia.01 Column' 246 X. Carolina, 81.898 Georgia,-. Manama, Minnesota, ..-.yi V t5054 118.944 269.6601 163.130 X 65,161 40,865 44.B33fLouisiana, Arkansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois, ; Iowa, California, New Mexico, Utah. V - 340 1.7Q21 , Total in 36 Stales and Ter ritories, - - 81.364 66610 11.697 28.838 114,715 60,706 140,894 32,716! "1.486: 7,819 1,570 For : . 3 wks. 3 mo. 6 mos.19 mo. 1 year. 1 square. $ 1. $ 2. - g 3. 8 5 2 squares 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. colmnnT 3. 4. 6. 7. tt. . column, fT TT To! 13. 16. j column, " 8. 10. 15.' 20. 25 ouse, Woo clsficld , Ohio. ,; 2,363,958 is second to New York ' Ff oro.the above it will be seen that Ohio, T elve lines, or less. Will be charged as one square. ' Q3- All legal advertisements will bs charged by the square. - - THE LAW OP UBWSFAPBB3, ' 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, pre considered as wishing to con tinue their subscription. " 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may contiuue to send them until all arrearages are paid. S If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the offices to which they are ui rpHE large and commodious house on the south JL west coiner of Main ami Main .Cross streets, ha 'been fitted up with new furniture of handsome and comfortable style, and is now open for the ac commodation of guests. The subscriber invites the patronage of the public; and those who favor him with their company may be assured of a hos pitable reception, the beet fare, and such eom forts and attentions as will make his house compare fa vor ably with any other. Bills moderate. ' HORACE HOLLAND. July 6, 1853. 3k"5"R''R. l)nnonn" Tins rpnmv- ed his SHOP from Furry to Main street, South side, 3 doors West of J. R. Smith's, where he is prepared .to do all kinds of work in his line. WATCHES AND CLOCKS repaired and war ranted to keep good time. 1 llartngtcii, Nov. 23, 1B5. ; ; ; v Jargairis!! Bargains!!! i fHlHE. subscriber, by way of addition to the I JfcL town of Woodsfield. has caused t re pur veyed and divided, that excellent lot of land ad joining said town. situated on the south part there of, and west of the road leading to Sisteisville; and he now offers, AT PRIVATE SALE, and at low prices, --..' 13 LOTS of convenient size, not excelled as lots for build ing or any other purpose by any in or adjoining the town.' This is well known to be the most pleasant and healthy portion of the-village, and a deniable site fur all who want a comfortable heme, or a lot good for any other purpose, at a low price Those wishing to purchase must apply noon, as the subscriber intends to close up his affairs this fall, preparatory to a location elsewhere, and is therefore determined, in the above language, to give bareaius!! bargains!!! July 19.1854. m SIMPSON HOLLISTER. Xitten & Horne, . W, Wr WALLACE, i ' French Burr Mill Stone, T MILL FURNiSBING, ' -AND ' STEAM -ENGINE ESTABLISHMENT. '' 319, 321; 323 Uherttj Street, 5 1 OPPOSITE SMITH FI ELD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. Staam Engine's for Saw'and Flouring Mills generally-on hand 'and Wade to order.1 Boilers for Engines made to-order on short notice.' - French Burr Mill Stoues, old and new stock, ol my own manufacture, wai ranted beet quality, alwiyson hand at the lowest prices. Laurel Hill Mill Stones always oil- hand.' Mill Spindles, .Mill Irons, Mill and Regulating Screws, Picks, Screen Wire, Corn and Cob Guilders, Cast Iron Provers, Leather Belling. Wagner's Patent and Common Bushes, Metal Eye-pieces for the Runner, a su perior article, McCoiinell's Patei t Driver, a sim ple aiticle for turning -the spindle, always on hand.'-. Also. Lull's Patent French Burr 8mm a Machines, a superior article, provided with Thrashing Machine Builders 8f Repairers, powerful suction fan, and unequalled forscouring , ypinff as aha is. VIod in the number of her Agriculturists. ""Pennsylvania is third inlhe list; and an- "-other of comparatively recent'setilement, ladiana, comes next to the Keystone State. " Tha number given lor Minnesota, 340, is -probably far short of what the unmtgra tion to aeek any light upon the end and aim bf to the former direction, they are held responsible. Ut their toil a profitable culture profit- The eoartshav. decided that refusing to take vi ' .' i .1. ..;.:. periodicals from the office, or removing and leav- I he farmers ot the mmw-mmm The Subscriber -has just received from Balti more and Philadelphia, a Large and Splendid Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part ot I . . J t. 1 .1 KB.nnn.iM. rill thou- hv fbt th paatfour yeara would make n.""z:'rA ;"r- '. .:. ' C" - - - v 1-4. If subscribers remove to other places without W few of all these have the forethought informing the publishers, and the papers are sent tint for those ta come. v Union of New York alone are a migh ,,17 host, but their strength is wasted in giv irj battle -without regular tactics, in seek i i oenquor the strong fortress of earth's teff SSaj, without the stratagems of skill, 4.4 neeciesa oi tne teacnmgs oi science or rexperienoe. To' the strength of arm and - limb, to the ready .hand and active spirit, w the willing mind must be added to' secure I the highest sucoess. ; Gains laid out in the v catting of knowledge of their craft will pay Vi a hundred .fold. .Their papers an jj Ihelr sooieliss should, muster an hundred ?-or a- thousand patrons for every one to w whom they how dispense increased light. and ychom they now inspire with addition , vi ardor.- Public spirit and patriotism can ..lliTi no finer field for effort than is offered in bringing the : heedless beneath these fctUndly and enlightening influences. ; ' ja-..:.- -.; , ' Country Gentleman ingthem uncalled for, i prima facie evidence of Intentional luud. D. M. HOLLISTER, J : r Attorney at Law, , ; .i;J;. r V. Woodsfield, Ohio. fJeOffice two door north of Probate office. ; - JO EL F. RAN DOLPO. " i ATTORNEY AT LAW, " r , Woodsfieldr Monroe County, Ohio. Edward Archbold, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW. VFFICE at his residence, in the large brick VJ' house, iNorth Main Street. uov 30. O. H..WI. - . Vt. P. RICARDSOIf Wire & Richardson, A TTORN E YS A T L A W, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. 'it Tsrriic Stara at Savannah.- V- , On- Friday last the city of Savannah, -Georgia, was visited by the most destruc I X ; . John Sinclair, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR hurricane which has been experienced WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY; 6. , frj- Will practice in Monroe and adjoining coun ties. Office one dooi south of the office of the Probate Judge. - !.' : " ' " . s br forty years. - It involved a com i vaslruction of the rice crop, pros-'.-!: and unroofed; houses, and broke . tc f iela from their moorings. . . -. je-Tbe -storm oommenoed in the forenoon, "ad continued from the northeast with the greatest violence until three o clock,' p. m., - srhea the wind chanced to the southwest, Jt- extended, about seventy miles towards l"a iaterior.- The damage to property wai iooalcolable; but we are happy to : i- state that no lives were lost. The Savan: j tih Republican says: t : V I ' -- ' "It i impossible to convey to the dis , tint reader an idea of the present aspect fcf tacity, Of the hundreds of beautiful trees that ornamented the squares and streets, at least, over half ot them nave been blown down, and those standing have teen stripped of their branches and leaves. lt waa almost impossible to get through tha tawaon Saturday, morning, , o com- r'.stely were the streets blocked up. ; Mon- vt;r3ent square is a wreck; so ia Orleans " aq-u re, opposite Mr, Robert llabersham's rs''isnoe. Indeed,, the trees ; in every - t" :re and street in the oity have- been :tviy injured.. It make one aad to look v-sa South Board street; for nearly all ' of ti; four 'rows of trees in it are either rractrated or stripped of their foliage. tiJisd, there is not a tree, nor plant, nor rrswins thinz in. the whole city, that has - rit tsan injured. - -; - j s - ; Bollister, Okey & Ilollister, AT TO ENEYS AT LAW.' ; ; '.. . Woodsfield, Ohio. JJI. f I 11, 11TCII) ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND DE.NTA.L 8URGEON, Anfioph, Mouroe Co . Ohio, nr - RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional ser - vices to the citizens of Antioch and vicinity Residence at Mr. Geo. Davenport s. . June 21. 1854. ' ; , " . Dr. AY. T. Sinclair. "kFFICE up stair in the new buildings one Jr door feouth ot J. V . Randolph' Hotel. - Woodsfield, April 13, 1863. v. ; ' ,.'-. Dr. J. E.Pierson t OFFERS his professional services to the ci ti tan of Woodsfield and vicinity- Dr. PiKRSoir may be found either at his office, opposite J. A.& G. U. Davenport's Store, or at Drtggs' Hotel, WoptWWd Oct. 6, 1853. :- v . ;- ' ' - " V Dr. J. L.; Dye, TENDERS bis professional service to the cit . izene of Woodsfield and vicinity, iu the prac rice ot Medicine and Surgery. Office and tesi dence one door north of the building lately occu pied by W. C. Walton, dec d, as a store-room.. Dr. T. Rose, .FFERS hi services to the citizen of Gray. ville and vicinity a Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician - . : - July 6. l853:----:y:-K : r i -. ; O' , " A. XuLWrEa Puzzled. A member of Ce bar aayt that some time ago, a rough , ct'.omr, or rather client, came into his tr.:, and began to state his case rather -4.nr;dy. ':- : --r;.- --y: 1: Cr I, have' come to you. for advice. I'ra a huahand-in-Iawl' . '"--r 1 M wh.tr spoke up the leanounsel. DEUGSfc MEDICINES. l.sana-m-iaw, sir. ,f - THE SubgCribernailjUgtopenej on,door north 1 nave never seen inai uennea among the domestic relations.' , ' Dont you know what a husband-in-law Is! ,- Sir, you're no lawyer! You're an ig poramusl I ara a husband in law,: but r. C:t ia fact. Sir, my wife'a ran off.' Groceries. Hardware. Queensware, Boots, SHOES. CJtPS. BOJVA'ETS. frc, Ste. COME QUICK! IK YOU- WANT GOOD BARGAINS ! I! 1 . J. M. KIRKBRIDE. , Woodsfield, April, 1854. : CHEAP SPRING AND SUMMER THE subsciber has just received a New Sup ply of lieadj-Made C lothing, of the Latest Styles, which he will sell at very low prices By all mans call and examine his Stock before pui chasing elsewhere, if you want to get good bargains. j - (JLU THS AND CASSIMERES Of superior styles and finish, for sale at low prices. ana will be made up to ordei, or sold by the pat tern. ... . . . . He is also prepared to do good and fashionable work for his numerous -customers at reannble price. M. BURGBACHER. Woodsfield, April 19, 1854. ; Petition for Partition. IN! THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF MONROE COUNTY,. OHIO. . , : Eliza Drum, ... Matilda Brown a-d John Brown, her husband. Nancy W inland, and Jacob Winland, her hus band, Maiy Ann Truss and Amos Truax, her hubauj, Margaret Baker and Jackson Baker, her husband, Alexander Dium, Frances Drum, and Amanda J. Drum 1 Q AID defendants are hereby notified that on the KJ 2 lsit day of June, 1854, said l elilioner hied in said Court her petitinn, the object and prayer of which is that she may hold in severalty her inter est iu the lands and tenements -of which Hemy Drum, late ot said Ccunty, died seized, 4o wic The east half of the north east qii irter, the north west quarter of the south east quarter, the south east Quarter of the south east quarter, the nortb west quarter ol tl.e north east quarter, all in sec tion 26, township 4, and rnigc 5. in said comity said petition charges that the dower ot said Ma tilda and John and the hares ot said Nancy Win- land,' and her husband, an-i Mary Ann Truax and her husband, in said premises, have been set off. assigned and confirmed to them: that said peti tinner, a an heir at law nf said Henry Dium, de ceased, is entitled to one equal seventh pari ol said premises, or one fifth part of what now re mains: and the petitioner demands that if parti tion cannot he made, that such other proceeding be had in tlie'premises a .4 the law may authorize. At the next October Term of said court, the peti (toner will ask for the proper order in the premises. v ELIZA DUUAI. i. ,. . By IX M. Hol.l,i!itbr, June 28. IS5L -, ; Her Aftnriiey. STATE OF OHIO, MONROE COUNTY. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. ALEXANDER HUTCHESON, Samuel Gtif fith and Ephrairn Griffith, pliiutiffs, against James .Slack, defendant. Civil action. Sum mons and order of Attachment ' : ' The said defendant. James Slack, is hereby no tifiedThat on the 26th day of June, A. D. 1854, a petition was filed against him, by said plaintiffs. in said court, in which it is set forth and claimed that the said defendant is indebted to the said plaintiff in the sum of $716, with interest there on from - the 15th day of May, A. D., 1854, for money paid an a contract which ha been aban doned by the defendant and rescinded by the said plaintiffs, and in an additional sum of $300 claim ed as damage for a breach of said contract, mak ing in all $1016, with interest as r.foresaid; for which sum and interest, as aforesaid, the salt1 plaintiffs ask for a judgment against tbe said defen dant. ' Tbe defendant is required to answer said petition on the 9th day of September, A.D. 1654. . '. '- ' JUHN SUNULAIU and v - - . C. C. CARROLL.' t 1 July ia. 1854. T ! .' - Att'y for Plainliffj. SUNFISH. OHIO. TTflLL have constantly on hand? Ma chinks V of. all kinds; also Cleaners of the best and latest improvements. ' . r rom past experience we Hatter ourselves that we carequal any manufactured in the State. , Persons wishing to purchase Machine will please give u a call and examine for themselves All work warranted to peform right or no sale NT) All old Castings and Iron taken in ex . JJ. change for work, tor which the highest price will be given. LITTEN Sc. HORNE. Sunlish, Juue 7, 1354. ' ' . " Look Here! Look Here! WM. LITTEN, of Clarington, has taken a partner, and enlarged his Shop, and is now prepared to accommodate the public, on short no- lice, with all kinds of work in his line, such as Mill Irons,. Turning Lathes. Wagons, Carts, - - Harrow; Cultivators, Wheel-Barrow, : Log and Trace Chains, Hoes, Mat- ; tocks. Axes, Cooper's Tools, -Edge Tools of all kinds: Also, a large assortment of Juniatta and Mis souri Iron for sale.. . ' Old scrap-iron wrought and cast taken in exchange for work. All kinds of produce taken at cash price. -. .-Lit l EK St KituKiNAn. Claiui&ton, June 7, 1S34. gram; they are Used in the large Fear I MiIIm. At legheny City, (which turn out daily over 700 this Hour,) and in bOO other mills in the west. They give general satisiacnon, ana are warranted to deal, well. . We annex a certibcate from one of the largest mills in the west, and refer to c handbills for particulars: ". - : . Pittsburgh, June 26, 1852 W. VV. Wallace, Esq Dear Sir We have now in use iu our mill two of your, Burr Smut iviaciunes; ttiey work to our entire sans action, and they aie durable, not liable to get out, of or der, and we consider them the best machines now muse. '.-.;. WILMARTH &. WOPLE. All orders promptly attended !.-..; . W. W. WALLACE, 319 Liberty St.. dec 14 Pittsburgh, Pa. I'AI.M.AS. I'til.bAKS. CHEMISETTES aad UN D Eli SL hi EVES with full direciions, ,Kv , ery neiv pailern of any portion of a lady's dress,' appears lirt in .the Lady ''.Book, as we receiv tuigiiinenl4 from PARIS every two weks. , TH E N UftS ERY. This ubjecl u trea(e pnn frequently. - - -i. UUDKY'S INVAI.UABLK KtUt-II' 1 S UJf - ON EVERY-SUBJECTi indispensable to evert family, wot til more than the whole coat of 'the Hook... : . - . ' ;.. . - i . i I ' MUSIC Three dollars worth u given every year. '"''-''. ' : " . '' ' JJHAVVIJNU This art can be taught tt any child by a series of drawings in' every Mo (or 1854. - . i: . . MODEL COTTAGES Cottage plans and cottage furniture will be continued as usual. SPLENDID STEKL LINE AND MEZZO TINT ENGRAVINGS in every No.: They ara Iwavs to be found in GODEY. ( ; . . -.. GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK contain precisely hat for which you would have to take at least three other magazines to get the same amount ot utortnation.: - . - . TERMS;-,! copy, one year, $3,00; 2 copies one year, 5,00; 5 -opiesroue year, and an extra copy to the person sending the Club, $10,00; 8 opies, one year, and an extra copy to the person sending the Club, $15,00; , II copies, one year. lid an extra copy to the person sending the Club. Godey 8 Lady's Book, and Arthur Home Mar- azine the two publications will be sent one year onteoeipt of $3,50. . ' " . t . - ; ; 1 .L. A. GODEY, i : . .112 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. ' W. W. WALLACE, STEAM MARBLE WORKS 31 9,' 321. 323 Libb PITTSBURGH, PA. 0 " TITONUMENTS. Tomlw, Grave Stones, Furni iuis, iwaiuif. mantels, &c, always on naiu, and made to order by machinery,, at the lowest prices rorcash "Also, Block and Slab Mar hie, a large sjock on hand and sold lo the trade at prices mat will give goneral satisfaction. Orders promptly attended to, at 31 Liberty street, Pitts nurgn. . i .iC.VVi vv.: W ALLACE. Dec. 14. 1853. . J. C. HARBOUR, No. 143, Main Street, Wheeling, Ya. BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has just returned from the East, and is now receiving the largest and most desirable stock of CARPETS. HUGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, &;,. &c, ever offered in Wheeling. I he stock has been selected with great care, from tbe best standard of English and American make. Also, n large and beautiful stock of Curtain Goods, Gimps, Trimmings, etc., etc., together with great variety nf other house tunmhing ar ticles, all of which will be sold at very low prices J.C HARBOUR. June7. r No. 143, MainSt IUAS I H.R PARIS for Land and Stucco Work, Hydraulic Cement. Grindstones. nil sizes and vaiiouj giits. always on hand at 819 Liberty street, Pittsburgh dec 14 W.W.WALLACE iOLTING CLOTHS, made of the best qual ity ol silk, witli square mesh, free o fuzz and warranted to bolt freely, always our and $3 75 pr yard (or No. 9, and 10 cents pe yard less ou each No. lower. Orders filled wit -. din- patch, at 319 Liberty street, Pittsburgh. . dec 14 . W W. WALLACE.! GREAT ItEtXJBD V i Cabinet THE iinderDigncd have located in the tovrn of Woodsfield, for the purpose of carrying on the business of - ,ti , Cabinet Making, ' ; in all its vaiions branches. .They have now on hand a good assortmeiit of Cabinet Ware, which they will .sell at reasonable prices." They will also make to order -'""'.", Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Chairs, and all other kinds of work in their line, on short notice. They respecttully solicit those in need of wotk to give them a call, -MICHAEL II02FFLER&. Co Woodsfield, May 17, 1851 PITTSBURGH, PAi ' ESTABLISHED IN 1840. INCORPORATED by the Legislature ot Penn sylvania, with a perpetual charter. ; - . , ;l - .' BOARD OF DIRECTOR: Hon. Janes Buchanan, William Wilkins, '" ' Moses Hampton, Hon. Walter H.Lowrie, ' Charles Naylor, Gen. J. K. Moorehead. P. DUFF, Principal; Author of DufTsjBook. Keening.' &c. Professor of Book-Keeping and Commercial Sciences. ' ."' L. H. DALHOFF, Professor of Penmanidiip. N. B. HATCH, Esq., member of the Pitts buigh Bar, Professor ot Commercial Law. P. HAYDEN, A. M.. Principal of the Math ematical and Classical Department, Professor of Mathematics, &c. FOUR ASSISTANTS are cons'antly employ ed in the Book-keeping Department. ' Durr's System or Book-Kbepino is taught by the author, upon his new invented Blank Books caveated for patent June 5, 1854.," By means of this important invention, in about half the usual time of study, the real practice of Book keeping is imparted to a degree of perfection never before attained in the United State. His training for business comprehends upwards Mail A rrancrements, A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ol the mail XX, at and from Woodsfiklu: i v 1" airvibw Arrives every dav texcent Sun day) at 5 o clock P. M. Departs eveiy day (ex cept Sunday) at 8 clock A M. -Bar.ksvh.lk (via ('.dais) Arrive every Tuesday and Friday at 5 o'clock P; M.: Depart, every Wednesday and Satuidny. st 6 A. MM "; Marietta (w enter n route) Arrivej vet Tuesilay and Thursday at 7 P. M . Departs every Monday and Wednesday at 5 A. M .... . .. - ;." Marietta (Southern route) Arrives' ever? Saturday at 7P.'M. Departs eveiy Friday at f A.M. . . " LAiNGs(Nev Castle) Arrives every Moiiilj and Thursday at 12 A. M. Departs same days hi 1 P M ,. , : . Sunfish (Clarington) Arrives every Mordav and Thursday at 1 P. M. Departs same day a'r 2 P. M. . St. Cr-inBvir.r.K Arrives every Monday ami Friday at or. ftl. .Departs every , Tuesday and Saturday at 5 A.M. ' , Moiiroejlliit uiil : Fire Insurance1 Company, " WOODSFIELD, OHIO. .. . . This company, being oiganized under a fvut able chartei obtained from the Legislature, is now ready to Insure Hotel?, Dwelling Houses, Bsnm. Mables, More Houses, Shops, Merchandize, c &.C., against loss by fire. , directors. ' ISAAC WEXSH, " v JOHN KERR, CHARLES 'HARE, WILLIAM STEEL, r ' JOHN A. DAVENPORT, JOHN F. EIDENHARK, NATHAN HOLLISTER, THEO. BENNINGHAUS, JNO. M. KIRKBRIDE. . i ; JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pres't. ' N. Hollister, Treas. f .,1 Jno. M. Kirxrridr, Sec'y. . . . SIMPSON, HOLLISTER i April 21. 1852. r General Agent. ' JNO. M. KIRKBRIDE'S ' M E DIC A L DEPO T. . FULL supply of the following celebrated XL Medicine, for ile at Kirkbride's Medical Depot : Jayne a Expectorant, Jayne's Alterative Jayne's Carminative Balaam, Jay ne'e Vermifuge Dr. Guy salt's Iiiiprored Extract of Yellow Dock & Sarsaparilla Is now put up in . the largest, sized bottles, and is acknowledged to be the best Sarsaparilla made, - as is certilied by the wonderful cures it has per formed, the original copies of which are in the - posseniion of the Proprietor. Remember, this is ilia only true and original article. This Medicine, when used according to directions -.. WILL CURE WITHOUT FAIL. THE BEST FEMALE MEDICINE KNOWN! .The peculiar maladies to which females are sub ject commonly produce great bodily exhaustion,' accompanied by a depressed and often gloomy tal ot mind - A the system declines iu streueth there is a loss of nervous power, and this very nat urally iinpaiis Ihe eueiey of the mind and dis turbs the equanimity of the temper. Every can did woman who lias (tottered licm female com plaints will admit this to be' the mournful truth. Now to obtain relief it is only necessary to stop the tendency to depletion .and debility . This is done by renewing that fountain of health, and stiength," the BLOOD, and no medicine accom plLslies tins desiraDle result so speedily and com plete us "Dr. Guysott's Improved Extract of Yel low Dock and aarsapai ill.' . .. . , . -i ! Ladies of pate complexion and consumptive haliits, and curb as are debilitated by those ob-f-titictiaiis which females are liable t', are restor ed, by the use ot a bottle or two, to bloom and to vigor. . : ... ':. .. . . . ' . .. - " t- Dr. G'ljsoti s Improved Extract of Yellow I ock and Saisaparilla is a sure remedy tor Here litai v tainl. ' . "' FEMALES READ THE FOLLOWING. '.. ...... . Nhvauk, N. J.,,Jan. 25. ( Mr. UruneltW'e (ake pleasure iu slating that your etlow Uock and .NHrsajUfiita -give great s.rtislactii'11 in every case. . ' A very respectable -gentleman informed me that his daughter was troubled w ith difficult menstru ation and other Ureases peculiar to her sex. She had not had her .regular menstrual discharge lor a long tune; nut by the use ot Dr. Uuysott a yel low Dock and Srsapni itU . was radically cured. She used 1 ownsenri s and others without leceiv. ing the slightest benefit,, tile had one daughter die from the s. me cause. ' ,J. B. Thipf& Co. , Cure of an jisgravated Case nf , Ertnipelat. '. ' The cures perlormed by Dr. Guyfolt's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarraparitla are lasting. : Th patient's general health continues to improve after disease is. removed. . Cures re not chronicled until time- lias. fully tested, that there can be so relapse or return of tbe disease. ,. , - Price $1 per bottle six bottles for $5. -- Sold by ' i? ' JOHN D- PARK. .( NE. coiner Fourth and Walnut streets, en trance on Walnut to whom all orders must be addressed. ; . -For sale by J.. A ;. Woodsfield; II. rE1 KolzebueV-Malaga Pollock, Carter & Co., .Sunfish;- M. P. s Allies & Son, Someiton; Cotton. & Buell, Marietla i . . ' -i CELEBRATED: FAMILV iJ!'n':-J-:. .'7; v Remctlg ever used. -Itit itmifuanl.af f&iV'J:Aicii ' ' : and possesses potter iinntuttled in i he d n - ' . : . "y ,for he cure of tnjUrmnuttnry Jtriii., hl til .' A It wuiiiveraaJly acknowleilawl i" an " c . " i-.-., ' '" .' In every case where it lias 6eefr1Wi'i-'rffr.-ir - .. human syslem. for promoting Inwttixib! lVp-.'v;,-," M invatuableih all diseases ol" I lie llesh. lli;-ifi"'' - V '-I-"1- Old Sores, Chilblaiiia. Sore Tlinwt. Brm..-ir"Ciit-.4A. r-i;' 1 Eruptions. Soro NipleyS,ire Brra, l)iyosir i r . - ; A"ie in the Face, Rheumatie Paim(, Contrac 'rwt.-.".- Pain to the- Side, Bark and oilier, .part oi' ilm.-o;.. .,.l,l ilsail. Bruises. Fresh WohiuIh, Pilns. fcn l c-,,, . khid of aore containin; the least paniel f-Ui8a,WI ''"";' are pernmucntly .cured by this g real remedy, rir . It is a fact, anthentica'.ed here, aa welt-M nlYi j r : ; Sui.Hinn imltscl mm wluiw weamm ie; -nt-K ;, Medicines have obtained a wide spread eeWMt fnr;;: - . nutation, to which they are justly entlilud.bv th. h. 4 ,. rre," and powew. .We ars not amui 4h-Tf- v prone to endorse everv patent huniluri iht f' . -and In this instance have delaved orendrmri...' r we have been able to make aiwurnncajiouum ur. n'i ii; . or tenting them personally ourselves, but fmni ih'c tcs.f- ' I mony of nummeroas portion of tbe cotnmunu.y r-.vin ' , around us. Illinois eiotsi, April 13. I860.. , r ; . - for raLe'Tby ;. V ' .;. ' w .z J. A-! & G. H. Davenporu JVoodfefilh Armslrong Mooney & Co., Bealkville John. Koontz, Malaga; -v'- -u; b.t t :Miles. & Son ,;Somerjon; . V ; ? - -1 s' h William Buehansn, jfiK.Lewrsville; PROSPECTUS OHIO CULTIVATOR: Volume 10, for 1S54. i The Tenth Volume of this popular Jonmal . commence on the 1st of Jaoiary 1864, We maki . our annual appeal to the Farmer, the Mechanic, and the Domestic Circle, lo lend us a generpot assistance in supporting the industrial Classes wik a cheap and reliable paper, ' '--"' '-, DEVOTED TO AG RICULTHRE, DOMESTIC AKO . -. t-t ; RUBALlAFFAIRS - - , Containing at all time valuable hints for 4he Farm, . the Shop, and the Fireside, and seeking tbe Je vation of Labor in alt" its legitimate Interests; opposing quackeiy and humbug in all their form, and filling the noble station of a true -(' ? t HOME PAPER OF TUB WEST. The Editois have long beta lamjliat v.h he peculiar conoition of Western grirtU!-f. aul by extensive travel and observation V-,'p rie.m-..-see ilifirmed of the wailts and'proSics's itf lti country at large.' i?i f-iii -J . ilol ' ! . The Ohio Cultivators !? ppti" "?J ' Island 15lh of every inoiklh l,,ln!4.( ct.jvo'. pages", with title page ami index t the Jr, rsi. tr year, making a volume W 38tl psges jrahl! ) ,i binding: ' .? i t-' "s-..' iu.ji -i.t f-.J -wTf.rms Si.nglenbscriptiHl . er. copies for $3. . Nine copies, for ,6; l;.,i fi'V'" - price (66J cents each) for any Ist rt. " Alf subscription tei be1 pahl in d'v.i. e.'ai"l cooimeiiCe witb the year; i Praonswendir l ln.. nay have them directed -to diiteivnt me.4 ruvv choose; and thq-e having si nt, smller pi in rr , may alteiwains inciease to nine, or mote, 1 Hit Club rate to any pel son sending us a Clu't -it Nine subscribers and jt'6,- we will eod. i l pi. a complete Volume for anypn-voM year, in ai.-r COVer. . ,. , . . . '.. i,.? Address,. BATEH AM & HAHitffi. . V.': - , -''Ct.lumhu Oh'or S P LEND IDE N GR W 1 V R 3 T .60 CENTS A VOLUME I MM Wal lake the Hear ill The Uoston . fJhropicle can ' troom on weather ' parsgrsphs. ""JTho weather lor tha last few days has 1 tsen positivsly hot, comparatively hot, su a.f srlaiivaly hot, day and night hot. hot vier, hottest, most hottest Hottentot, Hot- tentotter. HOtlentoitest, . notienioiusimus, to Kj8 care. will have them received at - liottentottisimus plus one. Ilottentotlisimus I in wet weather on the Wharf boat, without extra 'i... v...-.i k. a. mm mmam hAi .. rDiira.:;... - .1 .- nR' two orena hot aa - we give it up. ' of the building lately occupied by Wo, C ton, dec'tT, a large supply of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, . OILS, DTESTUFFS, ttC, Suitable for' this market, which he will aell at wholesale or retail at teasonablesfprice, Woodsfield, June 8. . J. L." DYE. ;; m;F. BOOTH, FOH.WABDINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, CLARINQTON, OHIO, TTAVING recently purchased i WH.nr Boat, JJL.iii connection with hi waihodk, is now ready to accommodate Mottng Families at mod erate charges. Merchant consigning their goods will have them received at night aud Marble Shop. THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub lic, that he still continue to manufacture ; MTniilllS. MfinnniPnlS. GfnVft SLnnftS. $l .50. postage St cents, "the most perfect and '"I. l- i- - l u . comprehensive lii th r I. . I . rx . . . n . . of 400 real business transactions, 300 commercial 'ayn oa.nBV!:,"!'- i'."V. AKue fills, Jayne". enmnnlations. "- - - .. nair "inc. nuutna liverwort and. jar. A thorough course of business Penmanship Daily Lkct(7AIis on Commercial Law and Commercial Sciences, the theory of profits, the art of making money. &c. ' . Duff Book-Keeping, Harpers edition, price 4.C., at his shop in Miltonsburgh, Mnnioe county. Ohio, of any style desired, and or Ihe best quality of American and" Italian Marb'e, which he has made arrangements to receive from the East. He has also established a Shop iu Woodbheld, for the convenience pt his customer ( His work will be furnished at reasonable prices, and delivered at such places as may be agreed up on. He has received two premiums from the Monroe County Agricultural Society, for speci mens of his work, and he flatters himself he can render satisfaction to all who may want work in his line. " Orders left with D. H. Wire. Esq, Woodsfield, Wm. Rp.ad, Miltonsburgh, and Dr. Jodkims, Malaga, will receive prompt attention. May 10, 1S54. , . k H. HUiKSTLMi. . - v. a . . i; WooDsriBLD. June 20, 1854.' Having had. considerable work-done by' Mr. H. Hcersting, and being satisfied that all orders comprehensive m tne Knglisn language. Duff's Steamboat Book-keeping, price $1, postage 9 cents, ' perfect system lor such Book and Accounts," . . - - , - , Duff's Commercial Calculations, price 50 cents. fjrj-Send for a Circular by mail June 28, 1854. . '. ; ' ' GEORGE P. SMITH & CO., ; " WHOLESALE DEALERS IN V Staple. Good Silks, Variety and CirAri Irish boy who was trying hard to f ?t ernploymept, denied that he was Irish, ixtft know what you mean by the deni u,1 aai4 the gentleman who waa about hir J3 Jtitn, 'but thie I know, that you were . hnrn In Inilanrl ' --';' 1 -! Ooh.yer honor, if that's" all,eaid the es,and ajine assortment of Jewelry; Toys, 1 lfl.'imt!l rilama trt that. SuDnose Vourlc. - . . . - -- , - . r-. rr clJ eat should have kittens in the oven, would they be loaves of bread!' 1 'The gen ?tlsman hired him; - " ' " -'- .'; Clocks and Watches. T. J. ADAMS. , . : TTAVING removed to the building; im- II mediately west of Steed Hotel, an nounce to hi friends that he is still car rying on the business ol Repairing Clocks and Watches. : :- . He has also for sale Clocks and Watch- FJJVCY DRY GOODS, 54 WOOD ST, PITTSBURGH, SOLICIT the attention of Merchant geherally to their stock now in store, and being receiv ed weekly throughout the season, which will be offered at as low rates as in, any Jobbing House left with him will be promptly attended lo, I take 1 any where, east or west . V ; Dleasure in recommending him to all those desir-1 To theii Silks and Dress Goods they ask par ing work in hi line.- JOSEPH MORRIS. I ticulartten tion their style and assortment be Woods6eld, Mar. 1. Sonfish and Wheeling Daily Paeket pwkSTEPHEN BAIARD US-fHv J. K. Booth, Master, . 1 sWill leave SUNFISH every day at I : ' The 3an fancuoo oun Is responsible C)ir the following: .'.VVe met a grammarian. who had just made an unsuooessiul tour ihrough ihe mines, conjugating, jor rather i eriitatin. thusr 4Ppsitive mine, compara r' fazZ miner, superlstive minusV - 7aafe dosea ol , wash-board are now Irecommended by physicians for ladies ! complain of dyspepsia.' - Young men J to said estate will make immediate payment, and 6 o'clock, A. M , and WHEELING at 4 o'cloik, P.M. ' " " ' ; All busines entrusted to this boat ; will receive prompt attention. March 31,1852. ISAAC CON LEY'S ESTATE. The under, signed ha been' appointed and qualified as Administrator of tbe estate of Isaao Cohley, late of Monroe county, Ohio, dee'd. Those indebted Surveying. ; ' THE . undersigned,;- thankful for past favors, would inform the public that he still contin ue the busines ot SUKVJtlinti: He may be found a part of his time in IVoodsfield, and apart of his time in Malaga towjiship. ' UAN1EL MOIIKIS. May 18. 1853. -; v v. . ; t ' : " v .WOODEN WARES. FRENCH POST BEDSTEADS, . HALF-BUSHEL MEASURES, BEAVER BUCKETS, " LARGE-TUBS,' - ' .. "- Received and for Sale at ' Nov; 80. , ' KIRKBRIDE'S. ; x do 14 " Agency i vironbled in the same' way may be cured j iy a strong preparation of wood-saw. .;" ' y 'The ScPFtT'or. Papbr. is so inadequate ;o the demand in England, that old news papers are used over . again, the ink be .Wig first extracted by a chemical process r'n4 the psper- reduced to a clean pulp..- - : OCrlt is-said of the celebrated writer, -Cayle, that wJien his mother desired to see 'Ui portrait, he sent here a picture of. his ;: Sohie people look at everything, yetr re t2!y aee nothing. ' t,i. " e Ignorance has uo.lighf:. Error follows a those having claims will present them propefly autbeattcated wuhinone year. Sept. , 1854. .WTv.'y ,?.WM. CONLEV. TQHN P. JJOLL'S ESTATE. The under- J signed has been appointed and qualified as Administrator of John P. Noll, late of Monroe county, Ohio, deceased. . All person having claim against said estate will please present them immediately, properly autnenuceiea. . . j v v . SAMUEL W. NOLL. ; ept 6. 1854.,-'. ';.. .. . . Adminitrator. .i . " '. 1 . i. ' i .. . . t. . WILLUK MARSHALL'S ESTATE. No tice it hereby riven, that the undersigned ha been qualified by the Probate court of Men roe county,. Ohio, F.xecutor of the estate of Wil liars Marshall, late of id county, deceased. All those having claim against said estate will present immediately, properly authenticated. . -. ? .. -.. , - JESSE MARSHALL. -. Attfnt23. J5. ,,- Jsoutor. FOR the aale of DR. S. SUFITCH'S celebra ted Instruments and medicine, viz: Patent Silver Plated Abdominal Supporters. Patent steel- spring Shoulder Braces, silver Euhaling Tube, Pulmonary Balsam; Pectoral Expectorant, fare and Medicinal Cad Liver Oil, Pulmonary Lini ment, Heart Corrector, Humor Corrector, Depu rative Syrup, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Cathartic Pills, Cholera and Cholic Specific, Vermifuge, &c, The above form Dr. Fitch'a treatment of Pul monary Consumpt ion, Asthma, Heart Disease, be.-, which has been so eminently" successful in relieving and curing those diseases.. All the above remedies are prepared by Dr. F, for hi practice, and warranted good. His reputation, founded on success, will recommend, them to the afflicted, who will find Dr. Fitch's "Guide to the Inval ids" a valuable book. -: It is given away at the tare of the agents. Those suffering from falling of the bowels pr womb will find Dr. F support er light and pleasant, and fitting perfectly, and at the same time most efficient. - The shoulder brace, also, ialight and efficient. The article alone, or ing of the newest descriptions, and will be kept up in full and large variety. -,.. , . . Also Embroideries and While Goods; , : Linen Good and Laces; ... ., ; ;.r.; , - Riibou of all kinds, in large assortment; . -Shawls, newest styles,- f x ; - Spring and Summer r ivats, Handkerchiefs; Ties, i.c' :;.-. - ; : Hosiery, Glove, rape a, Tarleton, &c.;' -i Variety Good, of every description : " A LARGE STOCK OF Brown GooJs, Drills, Osnaburgs, bleached Sheet , ings and Shirtings, Flannels. Ticks, Linings, &.c ; JVlen and Boy Summer Wein, Wool . ens of all descriptions; Cloths, Casslmers, Sati netts, Vestings j Jean, Tweeds, Cords, Steu ' benville Goods, &c; with alt leading style nf PRINTS: fancy. Dark Blue. Englishman French Chintzes, Spring Lawn. Bereges, &c, and a complete stock generally of every article needed by the Merchant.' . NEW ESTABLISHMENT. . : Lewis Baltzell, Hatter, "VvrbULt) respectfully inform the citizen of w V, . Woodsfield and vicinity, that he ha com menced the Manufacture of HATS, ol the best finish and of the latest styles, which he will sell t 'moderate price. ' All in want of GOOD HATS", will please give him a call. ' -' All kinds ef furs will be taken in exchange for hi work. His shop is in the building recently occupied ny vv. w . Jordan as a tinner shop Woodsfield Atti. 81.'. j- - t - - - TOWNSEND'S Sarsaparilla. BRANT'S Pulmo nary Balsam. Brant's Purifying Extract. " "BRA N DREDTH'S Pills. McLANE'S Liver Pills SELLERS' Liver Pills, Sellers' Impel ial Cough Syrup. Sellers' Vermifuge FRKY S Vermifuge. RAD WAY'S Ready Relief. Radway's Renovat ing Resolvent, Radway'a Medicated Soap, Rad way' Circissian Baln.. FITCH'S Abdominal Supporters, Fitch'a Shuulder Braces, Fitch's Pul monary Balsam.' Fitch's i Pectoral Expectorant, Fitch's Depurative Syrup. Fitch'a Pills, Liniment, Uintment, &c , See. VV ALL ACE S GaLvanic Fluid,.. Wallace' Galvanic Salve . BRYAN'S Pulmonic Wafers. M'ALISTER'S Ointment. Mexican Mustang - Liniment. - HOOFLAND'S German Bitters. LOUDON'S Female E'ixir. Loudon's Remedy for Piles, Loudon's Ague Pills, Loudon's Indian Sanative Pills. Loudon's All Healing Salve, Loudon's Cherokee Liniment. Loudon's Indian Expectorant, Loudon's Hair To nic, Loudon's 1 ouic Vermifuge AYE R'S Cher ry Pectoral, FARRELL'S Arabian Liniment. SboxesGeiman Soap, 2 do Oleine Oxide Soap Also the usual variety of other Patent Medicines (.'all and get an Almanac gratis.. Mar 1. 'I Second A rrival f rom P hi 1 ad e 1 jp li i a ij Plain brown and blue Bereges, ! ; Bonnet Frames and -Crowns, V; ( . .- .. ; . Pink. Crape and Silk Wire, ,.. . s.- ;v , Gum and Morocco Walking Shoe,,., -: : Received and for sale at - . ? May 10 ,. j , . ; .- . KIRKBRIDE'S.-, Grave Stone Guttine:! THE-undersigned has removed to Snnfish Creek, three-quarters of a mile above Rich- ner's mill, wnere be t carrying on the business of GRAVIS AND TOMB STONE CUTTING, in ll vanoua urcues. i nose entrusting their work to him will have it done in the neatest and taken together, are unsurpassed by any article j most approved style of workmanship, and at mod veer made. All to be had of the agent n Willi a m Stsel, Stafford, Ohio. erate prices..' 0Alarble Grave and Tombstones 1 fsrnwhed t order P. CAWLFIELD. I.!., SCHOOL BOOKS. - U S. SPELLING BOOKS, ECLECTIC do ECLECTIC Ht Reader, 2nd Reader 3rd Head- er.4th Reader, 5th Reader. RAY'S A R IT! I METIl, Parts 2nd and 3rd. HlllMtl'.' School Geography. v PINNEO'S Gran mars KIRKHAM'S Grammar "COMS I OCR'S Phi- losonhv. . WEBSTER'S -Dictionary. . Metalic Pens, Paper.Ink, Quills, Slates. &c . lor Sale at Nov. 30. ', . ," " , KIRKBRIDE,; The Only Lady's Book ta .America. Godey's Lady's Book for 1854, I", . , . . ; r4TII YEAR, v-i - One hundred page of reading each month,' by the best American author. ." ' ' ' ; . . A new and thrilling story, certainly the most intensely interesting one ever written, entitled THE TRIALS OF A NEEDLE-WOMAN, By T. S. Arthur, will be commenced in the Jan uarV No.: - . -"- - - .THE ONLY COLORED FASHIONS Upon which any reliance can be placed, received direct from PARIS, and adapted to the taste of American Ladies by our own ashioo Editor, viih full direction. - - 1 ,: ' ' ' '. -. DRESS MAKING. Our monthly description of Dre Making, with plans to cut by; None but he latest fashions are given. The directions are so plain, that every lady can be her own dress ma lrr - -.r m ' EMBROiDERY. Ari infinite variety in every Ns. . ... - ! DRESS PATTERNS.-J-Infant and childrens dresses',' with description hbw" to make them. All kind of CROCHET an NETTING work Ns afterns for CLOAKS, MANTELETS TRE.v-P E O PI, E'S J O V li A'iTI. . "' . " jJh IlluttrcUtd . Ricotd ,oJ . , i , Agriculture, Mechanics, Science aid,.lfy 1 J.' . ful Knowledge , t . PUBLISHED MONTHLY, BY ALFRED b I E vetyNuinher con tains 32 t arge Pge Y.i h'x. - lr-press, Deautinniy primed on Fine Pt- : . and PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED a with ENGRAVINGS. . , Forming, at the end of each half year, a SPLEI Piu yoLUMfcul 1 ico Hundred Toges, l lustrated with over;To ueaoiiD el-'1' , . scant XNGRAvntcs, ihe entire r H .t cost being only HALF A- t DOLLAR. , Farmer. Kferhnnir Inoonti.,. & G. II, Davenport, and people of every profession; wlff find in the' rJvPLs 9 JoBEWit, a. repertory of vahtable knowledge peculiarly, suited to 'their, respective wants. . . . , . - Terms To Subscribers, fiflv cents a volume. Suhscriptinns may be sent by mail in coin,' poet office stamps, er bills, at the risk ol fce publisher. The name of the Post Office Couuty. and Slate where the paper ia desired to be sent, should be plainly. wtiuen. Address, - "' . " ALFRED E. BEACH. , No. 86 Nassau-Street, New Totk :H-.t . ftJ-Two volume are published auutfall hack number and volume always oi; h:id fnt sf-' " Single copies 10 centa each, to be had ftl "nea'ijy.--aft the Book and Periodical Store in the country. - opeciuien copies et on application ' -, . A LIBBRAV DISCOOMT TO TIS TRABX t f - THE PEOPLE'S PATENT OFFICE? Inventors and others desirinr ta ohtaau Letters Patent for inventions, are reduested to communi cate directly with die editor oi the People' Jour; nai, ny w noni an the necessary document arepr- ' parea, wun tne utmost Ddeitty and Cispatch.. pa tent business of every description promptly rn ded to Person Wishing tor information re!,ar to Patent or Inveutiuna,-may at all ticaes cousult - tne undersigned, twAoM earre, either pewoual- . ly at hi office; or by letter. ' Ttr'hose livior at a distance, be -would state, that alf the business he cessary to secure s Patent can be arranged by Ht-; ter, just as well as though the, parties were perao- -nally . piesent, . , All consultation and buawese strictly conbdentiaL Paten U promptly secure! in England, France,' and other loreigti couatriSt. r . ALr KED K. BEACH, ' '. Editor of the People' Journal, Patent - 3e . ,Np. 86 Nassau-street. Nw(Yc -. Wislar's Balsam of ' Wild Cherry! THE Br; ST KKMIPY KVKR TO MAN . Ft'r Covgbs, Cold, Abthtna, Croup, Bronchitis, Jnjtuetiza, Uleeiiuig of the Lungs, Difficult - Breathing, Liver Affections, Pain or ' ; A ' Weakness of the Breast or Side,'' , . Fir Stages of Consumption, .In short, thia Balsam is peculiarly adaptedHo every disease of the Lut.gs and- Liver, which is protiured oy our ever-varying climate. T - - -. Imflvekza and Conkvmftion It is indeed a melancholy. truth, that thousands fall victims to Lonsumption every year from no other cause than neglected colds; yet we hud hundreds, and thou sands,-who treat such complaints with the Ereat est indifference, and let them run on for weeks, and even months, without thinking of ihe danger. At first, V nil have what you consider a slight cough -or coVl,. allow business, "pleasure, or care lessness to prevent you from giving it any atten tion; it men seine upon your treast,you become hoarse, have pains in the side or chest, expectorate large quantities . of matt6r, perhaps mixed with blood; a dtuioulty ol. preatning ensues, and then you ttnd your own foolUb neglect has brought on this complaint.' . If, then, you value your life or health, be warned in time, and don't trifle' with your cold; but immediately procure a bottle or two nf that famous remedy, Lfr. Wild Cherry, which it) well k speedy cure ever .known, a thousai whose lives have been saved '" For Influenza it ta the very best medicine ia tbe wot Id. ' ' '.'-v-'v :;' ' - ' .' '-'. ' , Be not deceived, remember that it iB "Dr? tPis tar s Baltam of Wild Cierry," that performs the inoHt wondeiful cures, and it is the remedy that ilf afford you immediate relief. i. : t , . .., Two Lives Suved by the use tf only Three Bot fe of " Wtstar's Balsam of Wild Cherry."1' ; ';i Ht. KoEit, Ky.. July 24. lSiA Messis Harcourt Howard & Co. Gents: The Dr. Wist..r Balsam of Wild, Cherry"-that 1 bought of you has been of such signal benefit in my family, that 1 wish to make its viilue known fur the benefit. of the public.- itl , ;- i: ' My wife took cold at the time o..' er confine ment, which settled on her Lui.mV The physi cians pronounced her disease consuroptioir. - th had profuse night -sweats, and had-coughs; she was giyen upi Jot: we despaired of her recovery, and her child partook of her complaint., . She men commenced tatting "Wislar's Balsam of Wild Chary," and three bottle effected an entire cure wiih her and the child both.-..,..! .. , y -U- I have no doubt that they would have now been in their graves if they had iiothave used Wiatar't Balsam of Wild Cherry, , ..-j. i - , ' SETH R SEARCY. Seth R. Searcy ..whose Certifieate i above, is a man of as much veracity as any in .this country-. aiid a man of good judgment, arid We plat; entire reliance ou ins statement. ! i,m n.u ; v ; .. v r . ,v : HARCOURT, HOWARD AvCO.,1 '"' "Price 1 per bottle six boltles for $5. Sold by JD.;PARK,Cinoinnati,0; North-east cornerof'Fouth and Walnut streets- entrance on: Walnut street to whom all -order must be addressed.",; ,' : . ':: -:i .ij.. For sale ".by JV fVr Q v HV Davenport, AV.oodsfield: H.'Ji, Kotzebue, , Malaga; ! Pollock, "Carter & Co., Sunfish; fti;. P. iviuea os ouu, ouuioiiuu, -vvvivii ,- i ' Buell," Marietta." " ": '"G It A II A'M',S ' " -3MER1CAJT MOMTBLYMf 'ZLYlf;1 The nest number close. the . sect '-irne-W Graham's Magazine for 1853,. and, w vMe fiain from thanking moat heartily. bori tt Yyy and our subscribers for the eheotiragenieut '.ift..'" ed us to persevere in elevating' trie MittfS,jJit.'5 "; pictorial, character ;"ol: tbe tvork; iTll .wrX.i:if I r 1 . r l "-ar 'T" J en closed, will embrace eeryaf;y:A-.fvW -- w wW uivok i asii.a) a 1 1 lialPa.1 irva mnsl haiaa . . . . .1 .1 . . . ,. id will testify. .i k i.;i;, ...,-..-.V. --A V by ;,.;! If. I . U .1.1 I ... ,' A ' .-S-iVfSiS.V article of a purely literary ibra-i'MIuVljf ordei .than have herefore bfriifounUu,.(iMvii- T(HI ",V? ly Magazines V It shall. be our aim jtiij jimj, Graham still further in ttirse rrsj.eVii.'. ai.l u ', '. , '. ful. attention and enterprise 'to comtnantf Kt'Vt-- ' ''.": lie approbatioft aud support. j? ;'; i' - -fK-jhi. .'.I; .'.. 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