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I ;. r - LIGHT. ,"; , :l r : : much rmstrust the voice .7. V tnn ityriu nearis arc com; ;lw a.-Ttut mere self interest reigns, 'V And all it bought and fold. , '77t ri"" ""tote"1 Aijnm1; ' ' Vr- will not strive to find Itft Some latent virtue in - .,.-v.' The soul of all mankind. - 1. ;: -: fYes! If you say the fount ,,M lh"r Is seal'd and dry, I know ooeds a writer haud . . ??'- To make the water flow. . .! .: f ,. v-!'-- . : .;;--.,' If yoa wiil still appeal .. it KiTo Evil rile in all. ; ' ' yVTkuow a demon band ' 1 vi '; v'Jl Will answer to your call j .1 1 A' B when the Lord was gone, ." The lord who came to save, -i0 wo anu ijf1 ,nd bright, ," A 2 .tl!.iSl watching by the grave, , -.on T-Ji-iaAoJ from that blessed hour, .;ftt .U . A With an immortal mien, ; 4e,tmu4 T every tomb of good ' Some angel aits ubseen. VjThe spen to bring it forth?;;; y. ?'s VW: With lowly gentle mind, ; ;,i.iti ' With patient love and trust. 4,'!SG6 keek' iuid you shall find. .'- -y-5 Lost Children. Lt!oader is crowd on ihe side-walk lithiniri1 uncommon that, to be sure; no. itjntttlttttal. ' Feeding Cattle Around Stacks. When a corner or knoll mthe meadow s found in a poor condition, farmers often I attempt to enrich such places by making t',me. loses his credit, squanders his prop a stack of hay on the ground, and fodder- jertv and at last sinks inlo an untimely ing it out, expecting to reap a double ben- graTe What ruined him? Simply "doing , ; ; "I Did as the Rest; Did." ; ? This tameV yielding spirit this doing "as the rest did" has ruined thousands. , A young man is invited by vicious com panions to visit the theatre, or trie gamo line room; or other haunts of licentious- .. .. ..... i i in lie Becomes dissipated, spenus nisied THE SPIiUT; OF DEMOCRACY.' PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. efit by improving the land, and saving the trouble of carting the hay and manure. Let us examine the arguments lor, ana objections to, this course of procedure. what the rest did." A father has . a family of sons. He is wealthy. Other children in the same situ ation of life do so and so, are indulged in TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: -" One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise two dollars will be requir- Marketable produce will be taken in payment. No paper will be discontinued, except at the op tion of the editor, until all arrears are paid. All letters and communications sent by mail must be post-paid. ' Bargains!! Bargains!!! j THB. subscriber, by way of addition to the town of Woodsheld, has caused to be eur veyed and divided, that excellent lot of land adi joining said town, situated on the south part there- - 1 , ; . . . - . 1 1 ol, ana west oi ine roiu hiuidi i oisiersvuie; and h now offers, AT PRIVATE SALE, and at low prices,' ; ' . .-. fi, ,. ii-, . of convenient size, not excelled aa lots for bnild. 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 Ihe villaee, and a desirable site for all who want a comfortable The cround in this climate is always .u;. ihin .nil that. He indulges his own frozen in winter, and covered more or less in .he 8ime w,Ti; - They irrow up idlers, with snow, and consequently the liquid .nd fons. The father wonder manure freezes upor. the snow, and as theuv v:. cr.ilftrn r!o not succeed better. snow melts before the ground thaws and je nBa 8pent so much money on their edu settles sufficiently to absorb the fertilizing cation, has given them great advantages; qualities oi me manure, me mosi vmumuie bm ajt! they are only a source of vexa- poruons are iosi enureiy. io ition and trouble. 1'oor man, he is just . ; JOB PR1HTIW0 Executed with neatness and dispatch at this Office, heme, or a lot good for any other purpose, at a jnd at reasonable prices. TERMS OF ADTERTISIIVO: For . 3 wks. 3 not. 6 mos. 19 dm. 1 year. 1 square, f 1. 2. g 3 4. t 1 squares, 3. 3. 5. 9. 7. Jcoliiinn, 3. 4. 6. 7. 9. column, 6. T. 10. "TTI 1. 1 column, S. 19. It. 29. rains drench the solid part of. the manure and alternate thawing and freezing de stroy its strength so that the soil is com paratively little benefitted. 1 ' .-. - . i - i .u.. w Anotner nromineni ooiecnou is, umi mc paying the penalty of "doing as the rest did.", . . : ... 1 , V This poor mother strives hard to bring a . 1 Tl t up ner aaugniers genteeiy. . iney ieru what others do, to paint, to sing, to play j j 1 u . u 1 ii;. !. 'ir,ihrina require a long time to recover from the afW.?"!"?:. fiTlcome. dry and succulent, before'they re- SrS"!Z mbU. heir flesh-thus very much lessening cattle or sheep thus exposed in some bleak to dance, and several other useful matters. place, consume about one-lourtn more looa rn ,jme they marry; their husbands are than is necessary, if a comfortable stable unable to support their extravagance, and were provided for them, and they come ej are soon reduced to poverty and out emaciated end sickly in the spring, wretchedness. The good woman i as Thus instead ! of securing a double profit tonished. "Truly." says she, "I did as in BtacKiDg tne nay, a tnree ioiu ioas " the rest did." sustained namely, the. better portion of ;.Tha sinner, folio wine the example of the manure a considerable portion oi tne hay, and in the condition of the stock. to' Drepara for death. He passes along Cows kept during the winter in this way, Jihrough life, till unawares, death strikes iroui mo ,h- r.,Bi hlnw. . H his no time lelt now to i prepare. And he goes down to destruc tion,' because he was so foolish as to "do I as the rest did." ;1 ' . . Twelve lines, er leas, wiil ke chargsd m I one square.. 09 AH legal aJverrtsesaeets will be clargetf oy the square. THB LAW or WEWaPAPBaa. 1. Sabscribers who do not give express notice te the contrary , are considered aa wishing ! cea tinue their subscription. 3. If subscribers order the discontinuance el their periodicals, the publisher may confines to send them until all arrearages are paid. ,3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the offices to which they are eli rected, they are held responsible titl they have settled the bill, and ordered them discontinued . 4. If subscribers remove to other places without others, nuts off renentance. ; and neglects (informing the publishers, and the papers are sent low price c; . Those wishing to purchase must apply soon, as the subscriber intends to close up his affairs this fall, preparatory to a 'location elsewhere, and is therelore determined, in the above language, to Jely 19,1854. SIMPSON HOLLISTER. Litten fc Home, : Threshing Machine Builders if Repairers. SUNFISH.OHIO.. WILL have constantly on hand MaChiisks efall hinds; also Cleanehs of the best and latest improvements. . . a ' Prom nast exoenence we Catter ourselves tnal we can equal anv manufactured in the State. Persons wishiner to purchase Muchines will please give us a call and examine for themselves All work warranted to pelorm runt or no sale -AT T) All old Casting and Iron tnfcen in ex 11 . Jj. change for work, for which the highest price wiN be given. LITTEN fc HORIK. Sunhsh, Juue 7, I3a4. to the former direction, they are held responsible. S. The courtshave decided that refnaing to lake periodicals from the office, or removing and leav ing them uocalled for, la prima facie evidence ol intentional fraud. rra?"VV7 the profit arising from them. ; . ipft9Wig1S j True economy consists in keeping cat oljity nd affe0Uon..-tWhat , ill in , contiori with lhe IelfB ari. quires some one oi eioiiai. w, WieVthe! 'person addressed, "Oh, poor SUTe.lhihg, it, is a lost child." Yes, truly, )Ufc wit child, and the blending expres hrr af innocence and. grief and bewil- - dermen which pass 'over its countenance T?rJr , an4 veh the boys, -'hcv4Q geoersl.are by no means of a sen iirerrt1(Cast,endeaVor, each in his own Wy,H'Ssuaftits aorrows.'1 - ' ! titT!) dwelling with the insignia' of :2aiihri theidpor.. .Let us enler, . . . . - ' 'k a i a i atrhMh tast we titv of feed, and making and savins all the manure possible. , Proper Attention is not eiven in -oomnostine manure, for I still regard this as the basis of remunera tivearming. It is.the great thing to make our farms fertile; for drouth or excessive rains do not. injure rich soil as they do starved land. , . i '- .' . ; A single suggestion from your paper has often been worth ;more than a year's snb scripiion to me; and I have aent these A. Snak Story. ' 'During the' Florida war,' said the speaker, ( was with the American army. One day I shouldered my gun, and went in pursuit of game. In pasiing through a ' swamp I saw ' something a few feet ahead of me, lvina upon the llollaiul Mouse, Woodsfield, Ohio. , which had every- appearance of a log. it being some forty feet in length, and about one foot in diameter. ' So pos'uiye was. 1 that it was nothing but a log, that I paid no attention to it; the fact is, 1 would have THE large and commodious house on the south west coiner of Main and Main Cross streets, haa been fitted up with new furniture of handsome and comfortable atyle, and is now open for theac rnmmnHnlinn of vilest. The suhaciiher invites ground, the patronage of the public; and those who favor In in with their company may be assured ot a has 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. 4k iMutligr lo its ftyi, and ti. Ihe hope of contributing to th. im--Tj v t' ; .:,. orovement of farmers. -Country Gents sworn DSiore . uoun . ju .... f. , , w, . H; T)l.t a log and nothing else. You see, l had ouiiusii anu it ncriiii imi; 1 otaci UatnlTtorilt bheek and happiness in its inssfled. Friends have congrega irL int . tha house, of. mourninff, and the wtrs is takiag her last lingering look at 4.0r IBir M"-iiiei su iu death than Trees which stand the Drouth. '"The following remarks of a correspon dent of the American, on trees which have stood the late unexampled drouth, will in- id'the bereaved terestmany of our readers: : I -ltft lawn 1. n.An' niirh ffrnlltl ft. A ll a nt never,. see you . & - Clayey r .soil, llitf OTeigtecuo . iioto flourishing - remarkable well for seven years, and have not been watered once ibis season. J- ',. The laurels, river . and mountain, are all dead. . .... : ' C I .S . .' : L t A A am4 rAV .smiinll aaaiT liiT.: ... i- 1 1 AT. J. m . I tSDrUUB 111110. IKUU VI vv 4 1 I UUAt saiuwis tTCT cliildrenas Z White pine: suffering; no growth lately. l7fJ'l6sV- fc these; but, alas! alas! there - Ttw following stand this extreme dry mWWin''Wtl6 beyond ie- weather exceedingly well: American ar- Jft ,STM.U.'', ,j : . .. hnr vitm:'friant box: cedar, nrocured from ' c? 1 (dlseUiWrnarble. iof-J4f. iP0PK, Heat oy V' sai etrt'fnahall l Jiever,- n ttffcliMle-'iMOhM,aiays' a visitor, iu a whis- tXHilia;1rtsb'','my.y1 be ad it 5VfMi third s lie has lost . within. tliese two y4st" !.A .lieavy loss,-indeed," it the reply' pity her from my heart." JoWNHd 'you sky,1 Christian, friepd? 8jeVffrWt a.1-aixt$ t.. f :tt'?i ti!'',w i i-.-yr :;fyhre'30otne one whose haggard Tltnd shatretfd frame tell too truly the fMt aovlong aga ha was a.child.'and a fond mother tended him and loving father - foridted him, and whew the angel of death "darkened their dwelling with the 'shadow onwarus, wun the, Voods or. nursery;, American ; holly; glass. Scotch hr; evergreen - noney-sucKie; ana above all, the towering Norway spruce. 1 would plant' more of the last than any other tree. ,!; i v. : s P; ri -ii. For hedge,' the waxberry and privot far ornament stand well. 'Gooseberry and aweet briar, with roses',' &c.,' cannot be never heard of snakes grown to suoh huge dimensions, and the fact is, I never should have believed it if I had.' ' ' Well. he eontinued, 'between me and the log (as I took it, to be) was a miry plaoe, which it was necessary for me to ... .1 1 1 1 .1 1 .. r avoid. " 1 tnereiore ptaoeu me uuu ui my gun on " the ground ahead of me, and springing upon it, lit right on top ofwhat do you suppose?'.. A boa constrictor,' said one. - . No.' - - Ah anaconda,' said another. ; : What could it have beent' said a third. Just what I supposed it to be a log,' said the wag. Laconics. -W ho purposely cheats, his friend would cheat his God. . '- She neglects her heart who studies her STEPHEN BAYARD J. K. Booth, Matter, SsWillleare SUNHSH every day at 6 o'clock, A. M., and WHEEL1ISG at 4 o'cloik, P. M. ' All business entrusted to this boat will receive prompt attention. , . ; March SI, 1852. - . Look Here! Look Here! HxrM. LITTEIf . of Clarington, has taken Y partner, and enlarged his Shop, and is new prepared to accommodate the puoiie.on snort no tier, with all kinds of work in his line, such as Mill Irons, Turning Lathes, Tagons, Carts, Harrows, Cultivators, Wheel-Darrews, Log and Trace Chains, Hoes, Mat- ' locks, Axes, Cooper's Tools, , Edge Tools of all kinds: ' ' Also, large assortment of Juniatla and Mis souri Iron for sale. Old scrap iron wroucht and cast taken in exchange for work. All kinds of produce taken atcash price. LITTEN tt KIERNAM. Claiington. June 7, 1854. ' j. C. HARBOUR, No. 143, Main Street, Wheeling, Va. ; BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has just returned from the East, and is now receiving tne largest anu most desiiable stock ot CARPETS, HUGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, Stc, Jtc., ever offered in Wheeling- The stock has been selected with great care, from the best standard of English and American make. --!-','' Also, a large and beautiful stock of Curtain Goods, Gimps, Trimmings, etc., etc., together wuh a great variety ot other house lurnunmg ar ticles, all of which will be sold at very low prices "J.C HARBOUR, j June 7 ;-' , No.: 143, Main St. i WAV,. WALLACE, I French Burr Mill; Stone, i M 1 " tt i s hi k a, u ; STEAM ENGINE ESTABLISHMENT, i 319, -321, 323 Liberty StreeC, " ' i OPPOSITE' SMITHFIELD ST.', I ' T PITTSBURGH, PA. ',' Steam Engines fot-Sa w and Flouring Mills gen erally on hand- and made to order. ' Boilers for Engines made, ta order on .short notice.; French Burr Mill Stonest old and new stock, of my own nianufacture, wairanted best quality, always on haud at the lowest' prices. ' Laurel Hill Mill Stones always-on -hand-. Mill Spindles." Mill Irons. Milf and. RetsiUating Screws, Picks, Screen Wire, Corn and Cob Gi mdersj Cast Iron Plovers, Leather, Relline. Wairner's Patent and Commou Bushes, Metal H.ye pieces tor the Runner, a su perior article, Mct'oimetl's Pater t Driver, a aim pie aiticle tor- turning- tne -spindle, always on nd. " Also. Lull's, ratent r tench Burr Smut Machines, a superior article, provided , With powerful snclioii Tari.'aiiil unequalled for scouring erain; they are nsed-tn'the large Pearl Mills, Al legheny City, (which turn out daily over TOO bbls Hour.) and in bOU other mills in the West. They give general saiisiaction, ana are .warranted to clean well, vte annex a certificate from one of the largest milts in the west,' and refer ' to our handbills for particulars: :- " . - ' t Pittsburgh, June 28, 1852. T.'W. Wallack, Esq Dear Sir We have now in use in our mill two of yonr Burr. Smut Machines; they work to our entire satis action. and they aie durable, not liable to get out of or der, and we consider them the best machinesinow iuuse.. I 5 . WILMARTH& NOBLE. , ' All orders promptly attended to, W. Vti WALLACE, 319 Liberty st..v I dec 14. !: . , Pittsburgh, Pa. i TALMA8,' COLLARS,"CHEMIfi.-,7l ' - . UN D E RSLE EVES with fulldTrSv erynew pattern of any portion of ' si' Mfi appears orst m the Lady's Book as we t ,i consignments, from PARIS every (joli., xnti niifta&Ki . ioii. UDjeci .w treataw - bpon frequently,- J 1 ' -T ? - r ; ebDEYWINr ARABLE iradEfTPffOT. ON EVERy:SUJJJtCT, wdispesablateawer family, jwortf, xoore, ths the mtom.cAyfm ' BOOK.. ., .... ,., , ,.v .,,. 1 MUSIC Three dollars worth la given averv V yeariS- l-t-f r" :r'--' Uf-J -,r -.j moi u UKA w I O 1 his art cerr :oe itangn ta ay child by a series of drawings in veryt Nt.i.faf 1854. ; : ' . .. . ..... : ;, ...... ,,:,.,. ' ' MODEL COTTAGES: Cottage' plaw-'aM ; cottage furniture wilt be Continued ks Ostiali-' - SPLENDID STEKL LINE' AND MEZZO- . TINTENGRA VINGS in every ft Jht are ; ' ..i ....... i..j ; nnni'V - pi ir.. i. luunii lit V. -1 LS IV s GODEY'S LA bT'SB60K'cbntains pre'clselt hat for which you would have to take St fetal three other, magazines to get the same aKoMsr-ef ' information. ...... ;. f ,1 j .(?t I -n !!iv1j iilJS TERMS: 1 copy, one year ,.J3f00;jaeopics one year, S&.OO; 6 copies one year, and ari'eaira copy3 16 the person sending the r Ctwb,r$Vtf.OfJ"j 8 copies, one: year, and an extra copy to the- f$Jbm sending the CIub, 815,00i H copier, n-yer, and an extra copy to the person sending Ibr uub, ' $20.00.' - r vr.i. : t - Godey's Lady's Book, and Arflrtir Horn Rg azine the two pnblicktlons Will be sent'Msytesa ' 112 Chestnut 1: A4.CpPEY. w it Street, PhJladslphiaj W. W. WALLACE, M i ., STEAM MARBLE; WORKS, 319, 321. 323 Libkrtt 8trit, : r I TsdUKuH, 1?A. li MONUMENTS. Tombs, Grave Stones, Furni tere Tops, Marble' Mantels, ttc. alwaya on hand, and made to order by machinery,' at the lowest prices for cash, -s- Also, Block and Slab Mar ble, a large stock on hand and sold to the' trade at prices that will give general satisfaction... Orders promptly attended to, at 31 Liberty street, Pitts burgh, i r ' VV. W. WALLACE, j Dec. 14, 1853. . w , f, 55 .5 kLASTEK PARIS tor Land; and i Stucco Work, Hydraulic Cement. Grindstones, all sizes and various grits,' alwaya on hand at 319 Liberty street, Pittsburgh. ( - dec 14 t i 1;,. , W. WALLACE. OLTING CLOTHS, made of the.best qual ity of silk, with square mesh, free o fuzz. nd warranted to bolt Ireelv. alwavs onr and. 82 "tS pit yard for No. 9, and 10 cents pe "yard ess on each Io. lower. Orders filled wit . dis patch, at 319 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, i ; : Wnu F. BOOTH HMUDttltarable lov. and ooropaa.iotv did -Pe"- J ! - . - ; P- - m Iheir darline child.: U "P .' He who shuts out all evasion when he promises, loves truth. : ' " 5 As ' you receive a stranger so you re ceive your God." k , , . i He, whom no losses impoverish is truly rich. lie alone has enersv that cannot be de- . , - . . won """lUuffWrinir now severely: My Osage oraneel ,. ftT A aaucy boy ft. the street. isan un- &M,m ?!?a ir1 A' "V,.: ' : hed is iust on the Greensburch Tturnpike. errine index of ill breeding at home thoughU 01 fif,vrad constantlv with dust: vet it stands Parents will please make a nete, for this ranUd to keep good mc. , . .. i ... i.ri.:..-iAB. garment will fit not a Jew. thatllM cup of: pain wis presented by the hted5 or mercy, cnerisnea ourflne wisn. "uaered butbue prayer; thallheic boy might .uAntK ;SLc mni no. not a man. a victim, a fca,-waiKing nuiaanoe to eocieiy FOKWARDIN& AND COMMISSION MERCHANT CliARIITOTOIt-, OHIO, HAVING recently purchased a Wharf Boat, in connection with his Warehouse, is now ready lo accommodate Moving Families at mod erate charges. Merchants consigning their goods to his care, will have them received at night and in wet weather on the Wharf boat, without extra vhaiges. . .' Aug. 17. Clocks and Watches. T. J. ADAMS, . HAVING removed to the building im mediately west of Steed's Hotel, an- E&.saS noimces to his triends that he is still car rying on the business ot Repairing Clocks and Watches. He has also for sale Clocks and. Watch es, and a fine assortment of Jewelry, Toys, Stc. Woodsfield, Mar. 1. New rhop. B, E. Dungan has remov- liJa ed his SHOP from Ferry to Main street, South side, 3 doors West of J. K. Smith's, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. WATCHES AND CLOCKS repaired and war- Cabinet Sliop. rpHE undersigned have located in the town of L Woodsheld, lor the purpose oi carrying on the busiuess of . ; , . ..- r , Cabinet Making, ; 1 in all its venous branches. They have now on hand a rood assortment ol Cabinet Ware, which they will sell at reasonable prices. e They wilt also make to order t . ..... Bureaus, Tables, . Stands, Chairs, , and all other kinds of work in their line, on short notice. They respectfully solicit those in need of urnrlr l.i p-ive them a call. MICHAEL HCEFFLER Jt Co. Woodsfield, May 17. 1854. It is .'ftiuie.lie brought down his parents' fresh , and greenl how it shakes ott the dust every night is to me a mystery, li defies all intrusion if well clippea every four or fiv I years. . I prefer it lo everything else; perhaps its single defect being thai It does not pui OUl very eariy iu io oinfi. ards to niarags-a osi cmiai of ap Je ow thal lhe price 0Mabor is so at poor unfortunate.; who flirts a more ex ditious maDner than a apectre la the .midnight gloom spreading a thick coating of hay :.. a a Ihi ntF.aoniirinoa J tr V v tra' iiaira witB aorrow to the. grave; now, frwndleaa,- homele8aT -hopeless, he V3i)M onwards in biaraBS' a lost child! And thai alonff like shose jaaaooiates are the off scourings f temhwhoa ftbode is a worse pan aiiuin than, where devila. dwell -that sxrbla girl, once unsullied aa the driven bawsvs happy as the youthful fawn, has feBfallen, fallen from her high estate" laBptnee Land -purity, and .wanders lhfough the wildernesa of this world an ihe loat child! . - KVKhih the drearfwalla of-yonder pns- rlika prjevluaae earthy exwtencais draw- a Close. The. last? night ho shall Mna.'fhia life has arrived-but like wf jion8.ia "CimilaJ!; bircumstances, he alrhtyi . In; dream, land he has for- ttin hia present awful situation and the W trappy boy, and Handera aa of yore by saWifUfihg brooks, ot through green fields, . oruftdmte cool canopy of rustling leaves. ifltfiilM .'Bends loolc again kfndly upoii UwaacL ha beholda his. mother's counte nance radiant with love. Anon a 'change , comas O'er 'the spirit 'ol -hisdream'- his tyfV.Tf i:5e I'jjrows dark and threaten- in g and oh! horrible! his murdered vic tim fJfafeiUeTTibly1 p'on.!hiV 4nd drags Wrtnlo'eonJcioufrnesj dripping from eye; Sf ipoteMnA convulsed in. every 'limb. teWtf Ve 'reiterate, kind-hearted; reader. lhiL,ihal8Q js:Alst child?.. ..And, now Kp practical questions,'1' Since the" out Tsoattha thief, and i'tha' murderer were once njcent'c&iTdren, is it not a pity, a very r-rmt pity, that innocent children should "XomaioiltCMU, thieves' anmurdererst HOt;one and aU, .do wliat iti us a preVen)i.itt!V; All who, aire willing a ay m . i"-i " ' "' ' ' ' -'y v .-Ltt B and not "-Like. A lawyer -at T)Jus?hkaeofce was" a pplied to' during his Gathering Apples. 'A correspondent suggests the gathering ' Adversitv is a sood test of the abilities of men, just as a stormy sea is of a aailor. D. X. HOLLISTER. ;-, . JOHN . WAT. HOLLISTER & WAY, V . Attorneys at Law, ,, ' , y Woodsfield, Ohio. (J-0ffica two doors north of Probate nfBce. : SHOES. CJtPStBOWETS.trc., See. COME QUICK! IK- YOU WANT GOOD BARGAINS t : J. M. KIRKBRIDE. Thi. Rni,r,8- would orove ruinous to a ATTORN RY AT LAW, Woodsfield. April, 1854. - - -- PITTSBUHGir, PA. ESTABLISHED IN 1840 TNCORPORATED by the Legislature ot Penn X sylvama, with a perpetual charter. . . board or director: Hon. James Buchanan, I Hon. Walter H.Lowrie William Wilkine, ' " Charles Naylor, '' Moses Hampton, I Gen. J. K. Moorehead P. DUFF, Principal; Author of Dud's Book Keeping. &.C, Professor of Book-Keeping and Commercial Sciences. L. H. DALHOFF, Professor of Penmanship. N. B. HATCH, E-q., member of the Pitts buish Bar. Professor ot Commercial Law.'' P. HAYDEV, A. M.. Principal of the Math ematical and Classical Department, Professor o Mathematics, &c. FOUR ASSISTANTS are constantly employ ed In the'Book-keeriine Department-' " Ditff's System or Book-Kkcpino. is taught by the author, upon his new invented Blanl Groceries. Hardware. Queensware, iJooj, 1 Books-caveated lor patent June 5, 1854. By Clarington. Nov. 23. 185. MOT 000DSI ' The Subscriber has just received from Balti- . . - . t , more ana f nnaaeipnia. a Large anu opienum Stock of SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part of ' .iw!! i ti?sni am. hi r Yellow Dock &vSaT9atkrilla Is now put up id lhe largest srzed botOe,"and is 'acknowledged fo he the best SarsapariTla madefc --as h certified by th wonderful euteerf has pr : formed, the. original espies ot whicti iX0 da'ehe . possession of the Proprietor, , Bemnijiafiis is the only true and original article. , ; This Medicine, wbeo bsed according tdftcaout THE BEST FEMALE MEbtClSE'k'WN ! i The peculiar maladies to Which letriahMlre sub ject commonly ; produce great todiry Fsaaanuasn, accompanied by a .aepressed and oftefrj c'envy state ol mind. As the system declines in strenatk- there Is a loss of nervous power1, and this very jiN urally impairs the energy '6f tMe' mind 'iu tfla turns the equanimity of the tempsrx OverysaSa Jid woman who has suffered fr,om femr plaints will admit this to be the mouroful Ituth. New to obtain relief it is only necessary to atop the tendency - to- depletion aird debiHty ' ITtiti ie dpne by Renewing -jthat ouataan' bsJalnV'atid strength the- B LOOXl and uradic(ue-acptjB- t.l- , -Ladies of pale complexion artd eoflromptfva habits, and such as are debilitated tv ihaaa rsh . rives every structibns which females are liable to. re restqr M. Departs d, by the use of alditle of two, to broom Tand ta A, M. ...... ; vigor i -n-Tni)- :ti-'-iuto ij";"jf.-i n; . v. - 09 Vr, tiujsoU'a Improved EHcef Ytlw 1 Dock and. Sarsaparill is a sure raroedv tor Hate ditary taint. ,' ' - ' .. -y ; , ,T ;. . . -t : tf T FEMALES READ THETpLLOWINff. , :;-:i .vxu-i fi-'NrwARkiNJ'iaKJai":-, Mr... Bennett -W take pleasure hi ataMg dtal your Yellow. Dock, and Sarsaparilla give gsat Mail Arranffementsi' A RRIVAL. AND DEPAttTUREpttheTmatU sS JX at and from WooUmu: ; .,'1 , plete as "Dr. Guysott's ImPrbved16tVact ofVs l-air view--Arrives every day (except Sun- 0w-Doca Mid SarspafUra.',.1' 1 411 fiu aayjai oo ciock f.m. departs every day (ex eept Sunday) at 8 o'clock A. M." ; " ', " , -, ; i BARnuvn.LB (yia Calais Arrives Tuesday and f rtday at 5 o'clock P. every Wednesday and Saturday at 6 niARiKTTA i western, route) Arrives everv Tuesday and Thursday at T P. M.' . Departs every Monday and Wednesday at 5 A: M. "", Marietta (Southern route) Arrives every Saturday at 7 P.- M. '.Departs. every Friday at 5 A. M. - " LAiNOs(New Castle V A rri ves e ver v Monda V and Thursday at 12 A. M; Departs same davs ai 1 ..li.raninn .r J Sen fish (Clarington) Arrives everv Mondav hi 4.h(arBiMt.Ai.hi.,i ..i..-J-4i.U- d, . - . .( - . I " UlUlbUII UIVUPIIV- Thursday at I P. M. Departs same days at alion and other diseases Deculiar lei hwasa. . St had not had her regular; menairual cliscliargsi ine a P M St. Cf.Ainsvii.r.c-'-Arriveseverv Mondav 'and Friday at 6 P. M. Departs everv Tuesday and I Saturday at o A.M. long time; .but by the use of Dr. GuvaotLA YU low Dock and Ssrsspaiilla was' radically enred. , She hsed Townsend's and 'others -without I eceiv- -ing the elighleat benefit. -'He had -daughter . -die from the same cause.. : -BiTmrr avCe. ... Cure of an Aggravated Cae .Erynplas ' -The cure peHorrned by Dr.Gqyimt's Extract of Yellow Dock "indSarsapariila are Ustinjg. . Ti patient' ir.enerat health continues to Improve after ' disease is .removed. - Cot 4re i Mor chrotrMkd until lime . has Jully. tested, that tbere cart'WrDO , reispsa or return ol tne fJisease. , ' .- Price SI per bottle six bottles fur 5. -"' iSoldbyv : 1 -JOHN D- PABK,' N. E. comer Foutthand Walnut streets.erw trance on .Walnut to whoov all orders nauef-sje addressed.- . , i' . j.. ' a :-it wjj Fpr sale by . A di . G.. tlv n port, ; , AVoodsfieldj II, Hf Kotzebye fijalajw V Pollock. Carter &.Co, gunfish; .;M,kf. . Milesde , Son,' Somertorj ,Cptuftr-vSt ; . Buein'MariettaX;:;. n ;C under the tree and shaking, them down. JOET, F. RANDOLPH. large number.: In falling they would strike the limbsof the tree and each other when reaching the hay.! Too much care cannol be observed in gathering winter (ruit, to keep it free from the slightest bruises, ll fruit were classified into 6rst, second and third classes, having class one aa near perfection as possible, the sellerwould find a greater rtofirthan- he -possibly can by mixing the different qualities. Poor apples not only injure the good in their appear ance,,'but'4ctueHy ;affec.Uheir soundness, and lessen the price of the whole. Prop eriyyas8orted'the imperfect and unsoOhd fruit mav be disposed 'ol early, and :the beet reserved until prieee have increased. A CaUfornia Wheat Field. As a' sped men of what can.be done on the soil ol California, the edilbr"'ol the Sacramento Union mentions that he had seen a field ofi wheafol six hundred acres arowine in Yolo county, part of which he thought would harvest seventy-five bushels to the acre, and that ten acres hau Deen measured-off and reaped. The owner threshed and weighed it.; The weight was thirty thousand nnd four pounds, which. at sixty pounds to the bushel, gives sixtv six and two-thirds bushels of wheat to the acre,' and other parts would furnish a greater yield. . . : .V ' . ' Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio. J1Mftr!)lC tllOp. Edward Arcfibold, o THE iin1er!i(5.ied resppctfully informs the pub- ATTORNEY AT L AW J Tombs, Monn in cnls, Grave Slones, i-ntnr' 1.:. : .1 : .1.. I..-, k.il I ' rrii;Ei mi ii-piucnci in ins " c house, North Main Street. . ... nov 30. H, Win!. - ' W. V. RICARDSOIt .Wire Richardson,: A TTORNEYS A T LA W, ; .- ,Woodsfield, Monroe. Co., Ohio. means of this important invention,' in about half the usual time of study, the real piactice m Book keeping is imparted to a degree of perfection never before attained in lhe United States.-" ' His training for business comprehends upwards of 400 real busiuess transactions, 300 commercial computations. ' i A thorough conrse of business Penmanship. Daily Lectcrm on Commercial Law and Commercial Sciences, the theory of profits, the art of making money, &e. ' J - Duff's Book-Keeping, Harper's edition, pr,ice $1,50. postage 21 cents, "the most perfect and comprehensive in the English Language." .( Duff's Steamboat Book-keening, price - 01. postaee 9 cents, "a perfect system lor such Books and Accounts. : " ', '. Duff's Commercial Calculations, price 50 cents. OO-Scnd for a Circular by mail " ' t j June 28, 1854. 1 ' . . - i -TtfWime by w indignant neighbor,' for his opinion otr 'UOT,'nPf-iw.'n '',Ic1rth intefeaU.of jlie Jatterere riwterially in r aJedx.'!,Tb'elawyer,'gav"e his atlvTce-.-and ' t ehrged the poorfellow three dollars for it. rrrThere j the money'sBid bis clieut; JiJ tsjU 1 have in the world, atid my fam ; ;"y haa been a long time without pork.',: Z l SThank Ijou! " replied the jawyer, mv mifia never knew the want ol pork since we . -r NoT"JBeyer' will.'-theoountryman re jaiied,o long as she has such a hog as yon - - ."....si'ir'jtHi ': ' '' - ' - , 'j..Tha lawyer wae ao pleased wiih lhe f""mtrtoeorW,''.'PP8-Be.-i.n't he forgave Ae'pooV teiw 9tld Teturned him his mo : .rvr'p ..;..-- -v.v..',.. '-r---' . ' , believe all but the last part.- - ; vifljfpoerrsy is lhe neeetsary burden ol .allUny; alTitciation, waxl ol lhe cU.oseu,lrop- ;.wcr-'offoiiV- ' -,fHJ:1; ftPete. what am luhV asked a sable youth of his companion, a perfect Afiican Plato. ' .:'... "And don't you- know nolhin' about himT . . : '.CV--' ' - ; -No, Uncle Pt-le.' , - . .v r . ' Why. your-edicajion is drefful imper fect. ' ; Don t'.you feel him in yer buzzum to be surel'. ; V. V- , ;' '. The other inserted his hand beneath his waistcoat. 'No. l don't Uncle Pete ",lgnoratit nigger! ' It am'a strong pashuu which rends de soul so sewerely dat even lime itself can t heal it. :' ':'. '; " 'Den. Uncle rete, 1 know who am in tub ', V ;' '..;,- :;vho am iir, . - - , . Dis ole boot of mine, it s sole am rent so sewerely, dat lien jonning, a cobbler.' utterly refuse to mend him; ant' he sav dat he so bad dat de debbil hissell couldnccZ.liim.' r V " Hobert Hall said of family prayer, M Serves as an edge and border to preserve ihe web of life from unraveling.'.' . . IXVhv is a ohilanthronist like an old hofsel "' Because he slop9 at the sound o .woe.., ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , John Sinclair, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. ' WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY, O. 0- Will practice in Monroe and adjoining cuun- tea. umc one aooi muinm iik uuwc vi mc Probate Judge..' ," .ilollisler. Okey & llollister, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' ! ; Woodsfield, Ohio. : ' Dr. W. U. Doweli, , ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND DENTAL SURGEON, ' f Antloch, Monroe Co., Ohio. tc, at his shop in Miltonshiiigh, Momoe county, Ohio, of any style desired, and of the best quality of American and Italian Marh'e, which he .has made arrangements to receive from the East. ' -He has also established a Shop in Woodofield, for the convenience ot his customers . i His Work will be furnished at reasonable prices, and delivered at such places as nay be agreed upon.- -. He hs received two premiums from the Monroe County Agricultural Society, for speci mens ol Uis 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, Woodatield, Wm, Rrad, Miltonsburgh, and Dr. Jcdkins, Malaga, will receive prompt attention. May 10. 1S54. H. HCERSTING. . Woodsfikcd, June 20, 1S51. ' . Having had considerable work done by Mr. H. Hcersting, and being satisfied, that all orders left with him will be promptly attended to, I take pleasure in recommending him to all these desir-1 any where, east or west i 1 : . : mvrDU MnDHIS . I i. . u : . o:n 1 r i iner wort in ma mii;. uotii GEORGE Pr SMITH & CO., v " ' V ' WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ' , Staple Goods, Silks, . Variety and . , JFiuvcy Day goods, r ' 54 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, QOLICIT the attention of Merchants generally k) 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 Jobbiug House Monroe Mutual i ire '. InsurancTe Companj, nuuuariiiMi, UlilU. ; This company, beine oieamzed under a favut: able chartei ohtained from the Legislature, is now ready to Insure Hotels, Dwelling Housesv Barn. Manles, btore Houses, Shops, MerchaoUize, c Stc, against loss by fire. ' . " .... ; : , DIRECTORS., ; ISAAC WELSH, ,"iJOHN KERB, CHARLES HARE,: ; - VltLIAM STEEL,', - : JOHN A. DAVENPORT; JOHN : F. ; BIDENHARIV, NATHAN HOLLISTERrTHEO.;BENNINGHATJS, ' .' - JNO., Mi KIRKBRIDE. ' ! i ; JOHN A. DAVENPORT; Prei'tJ N. Hollister, Treas. , s : . . ; Jno. M- Kirkbride, Sec'y. v; ." . !;.! ; - SIMPSON HOLLISTER, April 21, 1852. : - 'I , , General Agent. ! ;u JNO. SI. KIRKBRIDE'S ,' : 1 M E 1) IC AL D E PO T. A FULL supply -of the following celebrated ! XX Medicines Inr sile .at. Kirkbride's Medical Depot : Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Alterative, Jayne's Carminative R It-am, Jayne's Vermifuge, JayneV Sanative Pills. Jnyue'a Ague Pills, Jaywe's Hair ionic- KUtifc,HS, Liverwort and Tar. TOWNSEiND'S Sarsnparilla. fi KANT'S Pulmo nary Balsam. . Brain's Purifyins; Extract. BRA u icuina rii is. mclanls i.iver kihs r thi best ttMinr crrt svittvu. . SELLERS' Liver Pills tellers' Impeiiat Couch For Coughs. Culdii Jlithmn. Ctoifo.rJhiriHHs. Syrup. Sellers Vermifuge. F R E Y Vermi luge. I lnjluenxa. Bleeding vj the ijnirgm,' Dfieilt RAUIYA S Keady Relief.' Had way's Renovat-I ;. Breathings Liver JffrtiiosrPoiH,.0t iiia, Resolvent, RadwayV. Medira'ted Soap, Rad-t '" ? Weakness of the Breast or. &ldel J, - way's Circassian Balm. FITCH'S . Abdominal I ' First Stages if Consumption. Supporters. Fitch's Shoulder iracesvitch'i Pul-j In! sliovr this Balsam is peeiiliaiiy dap"(eaa monary Balsam.-Fitch's Pectoral Expectorant, j every disease) if-, the Lutg and Liiveai wtUcfeis r iicii s uepurauve syrup. Mich's fills. Liniment, prouuren Dy our evervaryin clmtateu x.-iM Ointment, &c p Stc. .WALLACE'S Galvanic . iNrLciNZA andConsumptiok -.It u indeed t it j . rt t. t 1 .-. nnw. ,t. I . -I .1. . .1 -1 . . . . - r. .. . . r iiiiu, - tv aiidce a uaivnmc oaive Dn I Afl O Pulmonic 'Waters. M'A LISTER'S Ointment. Mexican ; Mustang Liniment.' . HOOF LAND'S German Bitters. LOUDON'S 'Female, Elixir. Loudon's Remedy far Pi'es, 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 VTontc Vermifuge' LAYER'S Cher ry Pectoral, FAKRELL'S Arabian Linimenf. Z onxes liei man ?oap, 2 do Oleine Ox ide Snap. Also the usual variety of other Patent Medicines Call and get an Almanac gratis. ". I ,Mar .1. RESPECTFULLY lenders his professional ser vices to the citizens of Antioch and vicinity. Residence al Mr. Geo. Davenport s. June 21, 18o4. Dr. W. IV Sinclair. rency BOR the sale of DR. S. S. FITCH'S eelebra . ted Instruments and medicines, viz; Patent Sliver PLited Abdominal Supporters. Patentstcel spring Shoulder Braces, silver Eiihaliug Tube, Pulmonary Balsam, Pectoral Expectorant, Pure and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil. Pulmonary Lini- meut, Heart Corrector, Humor Corrector, Depu rative Syrup, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Cathartic Pills, Cholera and UlioJic SSpucmc, verinnuge, ate. The above form Dr. Fitch's treatment ol rui- fWFFICE np stairs in Ihe new building, out monary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Uisease, door south ot J- f . Kanuolpn a Hotel. Woodsfield, April 13, 1853. ; Dr. J. II. Pierson 4FFERS his professional services to the citiJ ,JF .zens of - Woodstielil and victmly-r .' - f. , l)r, Picrson may be found either at his office, opposite J. A. At G. H. Davenport's Store, oral Driggs 'a Hotel, Woodsfield. . .... . : Oct. 6, 1853. 1 - .-r . - r ;:; ; ..Dr. J. k.:Dye, '.. TENDERS his professional services to the cit izens of Woodsfield and vicinity, iu the prac tice ol Medicine and Suigery. Office and iesi dence one door north of the building lately occu pied by W. C. Walton, dee'd, as a ttore-room. Dr. I Jtoser FFERS his services to the citizens of Grays- ville and vicinity as Physician, Surgeon and o Obstelrician July 6, 1853. " ''vy Surveying y.v'T ,:. THE undersigned, '.thatikful for past favors, .would inform, the public that he ?till contin lies the business of SURVEYING He in a) be found a putt of his time in IVoodsfield, mi1 a part of hi lime in Malaea township. - - u t ;. DANIEL MORRIS. :'.Mayw,iM.5;'- ; ,it , ... . ate . which has been so eminently siicresstul in relieving and curing those disec. All the above remedies are prepared by Dr. F. for his practice, and warranted good. His reputation, rounded on success, will recommend them to the afflicted, who will find Dr. Fitch's 'Guide to Ihe Invnl iJs" a valuable book.. It is Riven away at the stare of the agents- ' Those suilerins: from falling of the bowels or womb wiil find Dr. F support er light and pleasant, and fitting perfectly, and at the same time mosi efficient. The shoulder brace, also, is light and efficient. The articles alone, or taken together',' are unsurpassed by any article ever made. Alt to be had of the agent William Steel, Stafford, Ohio. .WHEELING BRIDGE-DOWN!! PERSONS wiiditng to get Cheap Furniture will do well to call at the Mammoth Fu'in- ishing Wai Rooms of lhe subscriber. No 151, Main St., Wheeling, Va , where they will see the best assortment ol all kinds of FURNITURE AND HOUSE-FIXINGS, Such as Bureaus, of every description, Bedstends, ol every style and price, and almost everything a person may want In' going to house-keeping. Every variety and style of .'.- ' - s Chairs, Mattrases, Clocks. Looking-Glasses, -: Tin Safes, Refrigerators, fcc, &c " June 7. WM. M BERRYHIJ.L. Blank Heeds for sale at this To theii Silks and Dress Goods they ask par ticular attention their styles and assortment be Ing of. the newest descriptions, and will be kept up in full and large variety. . .,, . Also Embroideries and White Goods;:" Linen Goods and Laces; . Rinbons of all kinds, in large assnrtment; Shawls, newest styles.- A ' Spring and Summer rivals, Handkerchiefs, Ties, itc; , ,' . Hosiery; Glovep, rape a, Tarletons, &c; t. Variety Goods,' of every description. A LARGE 8TQCK OF ' Brown GnoJs. Drills. Osiiaburgs, bleached Sheet ings and Shirtings,, Flannels, Treks, Linings, 4tc Men and Boys" Summer Wears, Wool ens of all descriptions; Cloths. Casslmers. Sati netls. Vestinas. Jeans. Tweeds, Cords. Sfeu ibenville Goods, &.c ; with all leading styles ol PRINTS: fancy. Dark Blue. English and . French Chintzes, Spring Lawns, Bereges, fee 7 and a complete stock generally. of every article needed by lhe Merchant. ; -;, ,.: : NEW ESTABLISHMENT. - LewU Pallzcil, Hatter, WOULD respectfully hiform the citizens of Woodsfield and vicinity, that he has row menced the Manufacture of HATS, ol the best finish and of the latest styles, which he will self .1 moderate nrices--All in want of GOOD HATS, will olease tive him call. - All kinds cf furs will be taken iu exchange for his woik. His shop is in the building receutly pccnpieu oy v w. joiuu umi,ni.r Woodsheld Aug. 31., , . s, .; , s Grave Siono Cutting. nrxHE undersigned has removed to Sulifisl I Creek, three-quarters" &f a mile above Rich tier's mill, where he is carrying mi the business ol GRAVE AND TOMB STONE CUTTING,' in its various branches. " Those entrusting thel work 10 him will hare it done in the neatest ' and most approved style of workmanship, and at mod erate prices; 1 t-Marble Grave and Tomb Slimes M .r-.'XV.e-;' tt-r,?.'. hi 'l.hrtf.nT Jn": Wistar's- Balsam of-WRiri! 'ilia " THE BF.ST llkMEDT RVrt!kOVVN TO Maw! ; Second Arrival7 from Plain brown and .blue Beregea, . t n , : i do Ja.'-i Bonnet Framet and Crowns,;' nu. "5 bsII; ui : Pink, Crape and JSilk Wire, . , m-,j : ' - 'jiim ar.a mororro tvaiKing onoes, Received and -for sale 'at May 10 , k M.;KIRS BRIDE'S, , U S. SPELLING BOOKS. ECLECTIC do ECJ.ECTIC lat Reader,, 2nd Reader 3rd Read- er,4th Reader, 5th Reader. .RAY'S ARITH. Mb, I It;, farts zna ana arn. HiunLtiiO School -Geography.. 'PINNEO'S Gran mars KIRKHAM'S Grammar.. COMSTQCK'S, Philosophy;'-' WEBSTER'S1 Dictionary.'1 "Meta lie Pens, Paper, Ink, Quills, Slal Navi30j i' a j. c li ix. KIRKBRIDE'S. The Only ' Lady's Book in America. , Godey Laiiy's Biiok' forH854;Hi One hundred pages of reading each month, by the best American authprs.', ; " ... ; -.A pew ami .ilfrilling 'story, -certainly .the. Jnosj in'eiiselyiiiteeslioe one ever written, entitled ' - TiiFr trials oV'aneedle.womaN: By T- SN Arthur, will b 1 commenced in the Jan U"rTH E 6kit COtORED FA SHtONS ; Upon which any "reliance canbe placed, received direct from PARIS,, and adapted, to the taste ol Ameiican Ladies .-py nur o wo as(uon. ,.unoi with full 'directions. " " " , ; - :. 1' DRESS MAKING Our monthly description JVone but of Diess Making, with, plans to cut by. N011 tli lu 1 est fathious are Eiven. .1 he Uu"ec lions are so plain, lliat ajTerjf Jody ,caii .be her own dress n?a EMBiAo'ibEttlf. AK.jnfinite variety jn eyery .' liRkSSXtTRNSinrantaiii( ciiildrens AIJ iii.tf.tif, CROCHET and NEV TINfJ vvorli tfV httiis tot CLOAKi, MANTELKTS a melancholy truth that thousands fall victims te Consumption every year from Wether raaethlsi nealected Colds; yet. dafoa:te4-1ltaH. sands, ho treat uch complaietX vibjf gresjl-. ci-1 iiiuiuerence, ana lei mem run on lor ipa, and even months, without. thinking othe danger. . At first,-yo bav what ybu-Vonsidei"si aiirht cituah tor cold,, allow business, pleasure,' - - lessness to prevent you from giving jaeey ettsiH -tioti; it then settles upon your breast, you become hoarse, have pains in the1 side or chest, expectorate " large quantities of' malfen perhaps mixed Wlfh . blood; a, difficulty of -breathing-e nd' tlMn -yon find your own fooJUh neglept haa bfotigMM this complaint. If,. then, -you value yp.r .fe,pr health, tie Warrted in lime, and doii't iri'n viik your old; but tnrmediatery phveurei ooitle'oKtw : pf ihat Uranus rtnaj,UH,HTiafor Batb&Mf' . Wild Cherry, which ,is well knaMMt-ttt be the Rsaet speedy cure ever kpownos thousands wiUjpfj. whose lives have been saved by It. I " '" - -r or inuneuza 11 is ine very oesi meaicina 1ST tM fV(lld.r;-F H K-i t i -.tfi(-?l!!- f . fi-vanU Be not deceived. rememiterilMr it la nAu IKta.' tar s" Balsam of Wild Cl erry' that perform the most wnleiful ure. ipidj it ifljje(ekedy that will affrirtl yotTimmediafe reliefT , , . TttoLivtsi Skvedhy Me uHHf MvTkri,Bs4 tie of irlar) Balsam rtWi4.rn ' - "Mt. Edicw, JCy JulyJ4, 185t. Messis Harcourl HowardkCe.-lGerrti.'-i.'lhV wDr. Wistar's JBalaan of . WUd -CIVbTryt'iaMaf bought ol you has, been of such signal ien . -myfamily, that I' wish to make Its vmuskaowsi for the benefit of 'the-public. ' V'o "" - : My wife to. k cold at the trrneo-'-'er ceeiCle. meal, which aettled on her LuKKTh:Bh$ti ciais pronounced her disease consumption.. had pro I use' night sweats,' and hid 'coughs; she ' Was given up. for we despaired or Pet reoviry, and her cluhl partook of fcrcomplaiat.;i Shirihen commenced taking .''friaar'e Mls4m f.tK2d Charts' and three, bottles effected an ewirsrcassj . ' with her and the child 1:6th. " ' - ( I have no doubt that they would have tow1cfBj im 1heir graves if they had not have used Wistars Balsam of Wild Cherry. -;.-vi .-5jj'!Vir . . ,-L.-rirf-?y r. v SfeTH R:.8EeVRCU. '. Selh R.Sesrcy, whoso, certifiaafeisahu a ' man 0' as much veracity, a any .in thiewbmnr,0. and man of. good judgaaeut, and Mt pfaxswat'i : reliance on his Heineaij--,'-o rH ! ? o.i.i i::ii - -4 ;r; - ivHARCUURT,.HOWARD.tt i .. -PriceQl per bottleix atles-fbr'tSc -i- . Sold by -T! Jj.Di PARK,Cir.rjihnli;0: North e-si corner of 'ooth end Watndts)eed&. . ; entrance on WalnuT atreettf whoot atr6rJTa , :MlMle'r9ai.i'm1 i'lf " Forale"1y 'J:'A.V Ai'G.TIf.lWWtt. wfteltrrli;- WCWr : oeh,iCa,riet& C94:teSJHfl. P. ,Alile: & Sott, Semerton; Cotton. !c Btteir, Mriett03M5OiC:etUia ' i s t . -4- . -i- " .' . t i .7: i . Z.--4 1 -I i : i 4 it 1 -h n-.il; OFFJCE.' .