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THE SPI tilt : OF' democracy. New Shoe Store.
rpHE undersigned respectfully informs th oiti- X. PUBLISHED EVERY- "WEDNESDAY. TERMS OFt SUBSCRIPTION: One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise two dollars will be requir ed. Marketable produce will be taken in payment. No paper will bediacontinued, except at the op tion of the editor; until all arrears are paid. All letters and communications sent by mail mast be post-paid. . ' ' JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness and dispatch at th'rsOlfice, irid at reasonable prices. TKHi'CS OF ADTERTtSirr: For 13 wks.3 mos.6 mos.9 mow. II year. 1 square, $ 1. $ 2. IgT )$ 4. 1$ 5. 2 squares, 2. 3. a. 6. 1. column." 3. 4. W. T. 9. column." 5. 7.'. 10 13. 16. 1 column, 8. - 10. - 15. . 20. 25 . Tito trua ivit never can be learned, - r . ' It 'tny b'asaumed and owned and earned; Auil like our noblest fruits improved. By biug transplanted aa.J removed.' ' ; ; Butler.; THg AVEATnsa on the "Machine.' Phwt p h;e-wJ Jn'iui Cosar! Je-ru-salem! hit this alrsezar! Such frosted windows! uoH blus noses! stieh aching hands and frozen toes-eal - Such tied up ears and tooken'd Teet, a feller sees along the street; uch eraunohing wheels and sorry horses, with ice all hanging to probosCes; and tlri Tr fcauied in great coats, whole dry-good tores around their throats; while, dripping from their nal tips, icy rheum slowly drips; and frosty lids dull yes overhang, V feebly rnutler tney g'tang!' Each Jehu weeping; tears falling, as though 'twece, but a sorry calling; ha tries to swear; but sua the sham; iu either sense bis eyes to d.m(n).' - ; : ' Tour bearded traveler's ralanced phiz denotea the fierce degree of "friz," for whiskers : dyed .with care, at ;,cost, Datne Nature, gratis, dyes with frost;-until! .the chilly Ifaoes glow like uncooked Savsat, swni", with snow; whilq.girls,(dear craturesl)fur enTelopei.withnoiliin' 'bove the feet developed, for they, poor souls, are so near froza ud to-day they cannot hold their clothes up,)skip swiftly 'long the to the former direction,.they are held respenstbre. ier pave, their precious little toes to save. 5:J courts have decided that refi,R totrte jK"t " r . j . i periodicals from the office, or removing and leav- MftrltVawfiil cold!" that's all he utters; avi so it is too ooM to talk; too cold, to , Twelve Hues, or less, will be charged as one square. 89- All legal 'advertisements wll be caarged by I he square. . THE LAW OP niSWSPAPfSRa. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the Contrary, are considered as wish ins; to con tinue their subscription. 2. f subscribers order the discontinnance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. S If subscribers neglect or refuse to take then periodicals from the offices to which they are tfi rected, they are held responsible till they have settled the bill; and ordered them discontinued. . 4. If sebscribeis remove to other places withoet informing the publishers, and the papers are sent zens nf Clarington and vicinity, that he he just purchased a Fall and Wir.ter stock of AMD of the best article, and most of which he can insure. With his Eastern stock, he keeps constantly on hand Boots and Shoes of his own manufacture, and made to order, which he will also insure Should any of the work insured give way, be wiltfepair it without charge. Having followed the Boot and Shoe business for ten or eleven years, he flatters himself that he is capable of inakins selections of good arti cles. Keeping two or three hands constantly em ployed, he wi'l be ready to . accommodate all who mav favor bim with a call, at short notice Mis shop is on Main street, first door east of Mallory's warehouse. If you w ant to purchase Boots and Shoes at the uwest prices, call on O. S. TU'NA Clarington, Oct 4, "&4. The Subscriber lias just received from Balti more and Philadelphia, a Large and Splendid Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting in part ot Groceries, Hardware, Queensteare, Boots, "" SHOES, CAPS, BOAJVETS, fyc COME QUICK! IF YOU WANT GOOD BARGAINS ! J. M. K1RKBRIDE. Woodsfield, April, 1S54. ins them nncalled for, is prima facie evidence ol intentional fraud. - " run. lo6 cold to walk, too cold to sit, too cold to stand; too cold to hear or under stand; b4t, reader, you need Hot be told that nov.lhe weather's Tiwful cold; , nor .need you (as we hope) reminding, that. poverty iIjL.. .1 t. : 1 1 Lt -. I 1 JUSl HOW IS gmiUIIIg; IHO uum unsi Hunt ing at the door.ia loudest where the inmates pioor. Oh! if his larder's idle, empty, while yours overflowing is with plenty; if shiver ivx round him children cling; while yours (he. OTg o! plenty ' sing; iglad shall it be : with you,, when old, if you but think "poor .Toro'-oold!". - : v Uelloa! what's this? Gas .coine out! Is that, too frozen!. Shout,' boy, shout! ma . ahine'e breaking!--freezing i-i-z i!' All that' over. Imp.; the darn'd thing's Irixd! Worcester Transcript. - ---- -Oxc of the ; Valkmtinks. A bachelor! friend of ours got a valentine whjch 'open ed, beautifully. The lair writer sang in awe'et rhymes that she was dying to learn secret wnicu no urutiuy acuv euui uu iu kis heart.. r It was not to know if he had bad wealth it was not to ascertain his - ftedigree, and learn "il he had noble blood in thie'feins: for love . despised 'all such ceoaidsrations. '. But would ; he ..telj her nhd cur the- wound in': her soul and thrill maiden 's-heart with ineffable joy; would he tell.' her and confer a happi ness upon . her. .which riches, and honor oiU nofbrinjr; ieould he, would he tell . Jier Aow much he paid for that new wig? : r Tp BaEAK . ityp i Farm Early in the tpringi as soon as you have laid in a sup ply of the best plows, harrows, rakes, ect., - employ an overseer, and spend the balance I voor time at the ' springs if you . are fashionable; if notgo trotting around two r three cownlies, trying to see if there is any possible-chance of getting the nomi ation for, the next August canvass. By these means vour farm will be pretty well Erroken upin a surprising short time. .- l ; ' v A'country clergyman being opposed to the use of the bass-violin in ohureh service, waa overruled by the congregation. The m m a . t. - i . . nrai sunaay artr it was orougni into use, . be announced the psalm as follows: 'To praise God, we will now fiddle the 46th peaim, second part, abort metre!' - ' ; - A friend of. ours passing a laborer the (thr day, who waa busy setting up stone poetttWas curious : to know their object, and therefore inquired ' What era you setting thosa 'posts for! ;. Filty cents a ftia, jar honor,pIied ,Paf -. . -. ..; '. 11 ' i - l: An honest . Datohtnan on being asked bow often .he shaved, replied V 7 Dree dimes a week.every day but Soon- tajr daa 1 Ua?e'ffery ley. r. ' i ; 1 S".- "', A cotoomb talking of the transmigra- Vion of scruls, said: fn the time of Moses 1 have no doubt I was the , gold en .calf.' -Vary likely, replied lady, and time ; has Tabbed you. of nothing but the gilding. . v-i -.air!- ,i.i. 1 r ,i- '.. ? An rrishraan, on bsitig osked on a late - triai.tor a cerlincafo pf his marriage, pxhib- itad a huge soar on his head, which might - have been made with a fire shovel. ! The Tf vidence was 'satisfactory.' v V . . ,Kn Incorrigible wag, who lent to. a ' -miniter a horse, which ran away and threw his clerical ridr, thought he should have llm il..'fu. :,i i : i - bISUII IVI U 1 9 Bill 111 CVfCUUtHli I fhC Gospel. ,;:a,v' 'r - : :. . i . A aleepy-. deacon, who sometimes in-, -dalged in popular games, heard the min fsteruiethe words, 'Shuffle off this mortal oil,tBrted up, ruhbing his eyes, and ex-clsimsd-,Hold on Squire, it's my deal.' EDWARD ARCHBOLD. - VI. F. EtCBTABDSOM. i' ARCH BOLD RICHARDSON, . littomeyji at Lar, v Woo4(ield, Ohio. D. H. HOLLISTEB. ' ' HOLL18TER jrf( a. way. eV WAY, ; Attorneys at Law, . ' .. WoodiJieJd.. Ohio. Orj-OSce two doors north of Probate office. " i ' Daniel H. Wire, .. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Woodsfield, Monroe C., Ohio. JOFX F. RANDOLPH. ATTOUNKY AT LAW, WoodsfieJd, Monroe County, Ohio. ; ' John Sinclair, ATTONET AT LAW ASD SOLICITOR IN CHANCCRT. WOODS7iELI, KOMKOE COUNTY, O. ,. Qch Will practice in Monroe and adjoinieg coun ties.' Ofllce one dooi o-uth of the ot$ee of tke Probate judge.. : .,,.'. ... i ...! r ; - U.lliiterv OVey k H$l!iitr, - A TTOBME1S A T LA W . , Carters Spanish Mixture, Duff's Mercantile College. lITTSBUKC.II, PA. Incorporated by the Legislature oi Pennsylvania, with a pcrpet ual charter. ' BOARD OF TRCSTFKI! His Excellency tho Hon. James Buchanan Hon. V. H. Loivrie, Hon. Wm. Wilkin. Hon Moses Hampton. Hon Charles Naylor, Gen. J K. Moorehead. " rici'tTT; -. ...... P. DUFF, AiKhor of "North American Ac countant," Professor of Bouk-Kef ping, and Com mercial Sciences. JOHN D. WILLIAMS, the best off hand pen man in the United States, Professor ol Commer cial and Ornamental Penmanship. N. B. HATCH, Eq., of the Pittsburgh Bar Professor ol Mercantile Law and Political Econ otny. ' v P. HAYDEV, Principal of the Mathematical Department, Professor of Mathematics, -c- Mr. J. D Williams has permnneatly o'ned the Faculty, and it will be seen that diiriiiff his late professional enrni;emeiits in the East, he was here regarded as the best penman iu the country. This Institution, therefore, presents attractions to students offered by no other of the Rind in tke United Stales. The course of training comprises upwards 400 real transactions, in six different methods of Double Entry Book Keeping. 300 practical business calculations, covering the whole field of inland and foreign commerce. . Commer cial Penmanship, with eveiy modern improve ment in the art Business letters and busiuess forms of every description. . Daily Lkctcsk on Commercial Law and Commercial Sciences, the theory of profits, &c. . Duff's Book-Keeping, Harper's edition, "the most comprehensive in the language." $t,5'Q Duff's "Western Steamer's Accountant," "a perfect system lor such accounts." 1. - (jcj-Send for a Circular by mail Nov. 30, 1854. Feb ol tlte tBwn and vicinity. - &9 Office in the room formerly oc cupied by Dr. WT. SincUir. 21, 1855. ' Havinc returnsd,to Woodsfield, olfers I T?vani!nn tinrt nf TpnliPFi fnr ISW. his profesMonal set vice, to the citizens ' jSL Ohio, will hold meetings in the Union School House at Woodsfield, for the Examination of Teachers on the last Satnrday in each month of the year 1S55, excepting the months of September, October, November and December. Applicants must be in attendance at 8 o'clock A. M., ol said days, and bring certificates of moral character from responsible persons knowu to the Board. ' By order of the Board, JOHN S. WAY.. Woodsfield, Jan. 10. '55. Clerk of Board. THE GREAT BURIFIER OKI HE . BLOOD! . .fVi-i, '': , v x-y not a particle of mercttrt ia rr; LET THE AFFLICTED READ "AJv'jXI POJVDJlR' An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, .Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Kruptiniw, Pimples or Pustules on tho Face, Elotihes, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes, King VVorm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlarge meut and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stub born Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal' Complaints, and all. Diseases-arising from an Injudicious Use of M'ercurv, Impru dence in Life, or Impurity, of Blood. GCf- This great alterative medicine and Purifier ol Blood is now used by ' thousands of graceful ptients from all paris8"t Tli'e' United State, who testify daily to the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of all medicines, CARTER'S SPAMSH MIXTURE. Neuralgia, Rheuma tism, Scrofula, Eruptions on the Skin, Liver Dis eaee, Fevers, Dicers, Old Sores, Affections o. the Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Com plaints, pain and aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily put to flight by using' this great and inestimable remedy. - t or all diseases of th Blood, nothing has vet been fo and to compare with it. '' It cleanses the system of all impurities, acts gently end efficient ly on the Liver and Kidneys, strengthens the Di gestion, gives tone to the stomach, makes the skin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitu tion, enfeebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of youth tu its pristine vigor and strength. For the ladies it is incomparably better thaa all the cosmetic ever used. A tew doers of Car tel's SfAMjH Mixture will remove all sal lowness of complexion, bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to the step, and iki prbve the general health in a remarkable degree beond all the medicines ever heard of. The large number of certificates which we have received from persona from all parts of the Uni ted States, i the best evidence that there is no ...imbug aboiat it. The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, phyaicttna, and public man, well known to the community, all wld their testimo ny to the wonderful egects ot this .Great Blood Purifier. Call on the Agcivt and get a Circular and Almanac, and lead the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all medicines has performed. None genuine unless signed BENNETT & BEERS, Preprietore, No. 3 Pearl street, Rich mond, Va. ; to whoaa all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed. And for sale by Jho. M. Kirkbride, Woodsfield ; W. H. Malory, Sunfish 4c Jamestown ; A.S. Mar silliot, New Castla, T. C. Penn, Antioeh, and by dealers in medicine every where. Nov. 22, 1854-ly Liver Coraplanf , Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or iVereosw BehiU iy. Disease of tke Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from Disordered Stomach or Liver: Such as Constipation ; inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Mead, Acidity of the Stomach. Nausea, Heart-burn, Disgust for Food, Full ness or Weight in the Slossacb, Sour Ki ma trons, Sinking or Fluttering at fhe Pit f the Stomach, Swimming ol the Head, Harried and Difficult Breathing,, Fluttering at the Heart, Cfeokiiaz or Suffneatiiur Sensations when in a Mug posture. Dimness of Yision, Dots or vTebe before fhe sight, Fever and Dull Pain in tke Head. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowoans of (he Skin and Eyes, Paiu in the Side. Back, Chest, Limbs, ate, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaaininga oi Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. CAN " ' Mail Arrangements, ; RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ol the mall ZX at and from YVoodsfikld: ' - ' ' Fairvibw Arrives every day (except Sun day) at 5 o clock P. M. Depnita every day (ex cept Sunday) at 8 o'clock A. M. Baknksv ir.Lt (via Calais) Arrives every Tuesday and Friday at 5 o'clock P. M. Depart." every Wednesday and Saturday at 6 A. M. Marietta (Western route) Arrives every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M. Departs every Monday and Wednesday at 5 A. M. Maribtta (Southern route) Arrives every Saturday at 7 P. M. Departs every Friday at 5 A. M. Lairg's (New Castle) Arrives every Monday and Thursday at 12 A. M. Departs same days at 1P.M. Sunfish (Clarineton) Arrives every Monday and Thursday at 1 P. M. Departs same days at 2 P.M. St. Cr,AinsvirJr.F;--Arrivesevery Monday and Friday at 6 P. M. Departs every Tuesday and Saturday at 5 A. M. Cabinet Iiop. THE undersigned have located in the town nf in vvoodstield, for. the purpose of carrying mi! me Business oi Cabinet . Making, iu nil us various -orancnei.. - l liey nave now on hand a good assortment ol Cabinet Ware, which iliey will sell at reasonable prices. They will also inane io oraer . Bureaus, Tabids: Stands, Chairs, and all other kiuds if -work iri their line, on short notice.' I hey respectlully. solicit those in need I ot woik to give tbe.ro a.c.aiV. . . MICHAEL Hf-EFFLER it Co. Woodsfield, May 17,1851.' V V.-V ill If tkmsandt of hcn mf Xcmfulm. Cmun. SVsMNaraaM mkertmpwrtdistantoftiuBlood-and if VKRY SatlLi tun i i rx wku non J a Mteuctnt m tta tuck DUeoto. be n vroof of the vurifikM nrftonl sis Medicine tddek ha rubdtuA mid coKmunitmA Iktn tktnUunqiioniUU evidence ihfit--,or--i.'f itl . BRANT'S INDIAN '3 PURIFYING EXTRACT W.W.WALLACE; French Burr Mill Stone, MILL FURNIUHINO, AN d STEAM ENGINE ESTABLISHMENT. 319, 321, 303 Liberty Street, OPPOSITE SM1THFIELD ST., . PITTSBURGH, PA. Stsara Engines for Saw and. Flouring Mills gen erally on hand and made to order. Boilers foi laigines made to order on short notice. French Burr Mill Stones, old and new stock, ol my own manufactuie, wai ranted best quality, always on hand at Hie lowest prices. Laurel Hill Mill Stones always on hand. Mill Spindles. Mill Irons, Mill and Regulating Screws, Picks, Screen Wire, Corn and Cob Giinders, Cast Iron Provers', Leather Belting, Wagner's Patent and Common Bushes,1 Metal Eye pieces fnr the Runner, a su perior article, McCoiinell'a Paler t Driver, a sim ple aiticle for tun. in? the spindle, always on hand. Also, Lull's Patent French Burr Smut Machines, a tt:pei or article, provided with a powerful suction fan, and unequalled fur scouring grain; they are used iu the large Pearl Mills. Al legheny City, (which turn out daily over 700 bids flour,) and in 600 other mills in the west. Thev give general satisfaction, and are warranted , to cleau well. We annex a certificate from one of the largest mills in the west, and refer to our handbills lor particulars: Pittsburgh, June 26, 1852. W. W. Wallack, Esq Dear Sir We have now in use in our mill two of your Burr Smut Machines: they work to our entire sans action. and they aie durable, not liable to gel out of or der, and we consider them the best machines now in use. WILMARTH & NOPLE. All orders promptly attended t.i. W. W. WALLACE, 319 Liberty st.. dec a4 ' Pittsburgh. Pa. Look Here ! . Look Here I m. . i en ,.oi. vianngion, nas taKen a partner, and enlarged his Shoo, and is now prepared to accommodate the public, on short no tice, with all kinds of work iu his line, such as ami irons, i uriiing Lathes. Wagons, Carta, Harrows, Cultivators, Wheel-Barrows, . Log and Trace Chains, Hoes, Mat- . locks. Axes, Cooper's Tools, Edge Tools of all kinds: Also, a large assortment of Juniatta and M.is souri iron lor sale. . . .. UIU scrap iron-;-wrought and cast taken in exchange for work. All kinds of produce taken ai casn price. ii l l & KIERlN AN . Clarington, June 7, 1854. ' Is tuck m Medicine, In every rupee tf and thxro is atiiaitanS prooC in great caret effected, that ONE BOTTLK of tt none " tslni more purifying, hralin; virtue, and aMt&! poieir, fuaa there ii contained in Four Bottle of any eee mpiwilim, or wf other medicine that has ever been offered for sale., w omuuDiea prow in our psmpmeu, uuu; Dyne ww.wm - great inaitn iutxjut, tney to at were xivixe yet ljjvn-r. r wai SPLENDID OFFERS they that were Lasts and CB.rrri.ks can now 1 that were Sick, Baonun, and otherwise iseaaed, hnvn bam Hiuid ind Cinin. . . . .. Hundreda Thotisai:-4 : ' who have nsed Bust's Pcbifikb, after having luad asnt . tasted Aix lha arperUlat -and other Biedkaa .Sanaa mended to cure blood diseases, have decided that Brant's is the Cheapest, .'.. 3.v. Dvcmaa vne dvwm oi n mw more neoicai, curmurv i aa it, and, in consequence, eirrea stars diet id I aw; man me eout oi any otner meatme. , j. . , it, men, uxe tsottte oi KiAfrrs rosorm win ears rwm s TIMES mora diieue than en bottl of tewtemewieeet-H " Baiirr's Punimu"-would be as eaas"Bt four dtllmt ay Doiue, u tetrwemanum at on aoiurr. t nut ra FlK la sold for only ONE POLVAK m bottle':-and aa a) bottle of it ha cured, and is eeaxibU of curies.' JVrtw Time aa much disease aa one bottle of aariaiii i fta, aeraanr, aaavk THE UNITED STATES JOURNAL, ow in its fifth volume, and bavin? already reached a circulation otover 80,000 a newspaper of the largest class, containing 56 capacious col umns, filled with the current news from all part nt the world, a large amount of literarv and sci entific matter, Bank Note List and Price Current, anu as a new ana valuable- feature, each number will hereafter contain lwo fit AUTircLi.v-Ki graved Portraits of Distinguished Ikdi vi duals, is published on the Bret of each month by J. S. Emerson & Co., V, 3, 5, and 7 Spruce treet, New Vork, at the unprecedented law nrice ot twenty-live cents a year. A valuable premium book is sent to each person getting up a club, and in auuimiii ine loiiowing ricn premiums, amount ing to over gl.tlOd. vi ill, oa the 25lli day of May, 1855. be awarded to the twenty-six persons for warding between now and that time the twenty- six inquest numoers or suoscnoers tu their order l ne urst premium, in. money, :. $200 i oe seconu premium, a sewing machine worth , The third premium, a sewing machine worth The fourth premium, a gold watch worth The filth and sixth,, each a gold waUh, worth The next ten, each a silver watch worth The next twenty, each, such hook as they, shall select, at publishers' prices, worth 130 100 100 50 ao .1 - ! jContTNDBtTMS. Why does an individual I 'who gete 'deeply, darkly, beautifully Hue, K qct the; part of a religious'hvpoorite? . Because he wears 'the livery of heaven - to serve' ihe devilinl' -' . -v 1 VVhy is Santa Anna, in aMertinz the TJ. 8. army and people wers -cowards end - larbartans.ltk a harp struck by lightning! Because he t a blasted lyrel 1 r Why ia an act of homicide lilte Brttaiit? ; - ' : : - Because it is known all over the S ftssassination (a-sasy-rarion.) ; Why is rite beauty of the prize piano fe lit' Charles Dickens? ' ; - r r i' ". , ," ' Because h'lies in its Noles,.. ECLECTIC PHYSTCIAM AMD DENTAL 8UBGEOI, . Antioeh, Monro Co., Oaie. : Dr. W. T. BiBcIais. ". FFICE up stairs in the new building, ooe door south of J F. Kandolph's Hotel. Woodsfield, April 11, 1853. Dr. J. H. Piersei FFER8 his professional services to the citi 1 sens -of Woodsfield and victnity Dr; Piersobt may be found either at his ofice, opposite J.: A. it G. M. Davenport 8 htort, or at Driggs's Hotel, Woodsnsld. ; v Oct. Si 1853. j i - - . - ' - ''" :' Dr. J. L. Dje, TElf DEBS his profassional services to the cit isene of Woodsfield Mid Vicinity, in tbs prac tic ol Medicine and Surgery. Oalce and tesi denes on door north of the building lately occu pied by W. C. "lyalton, dee'd, as a store-room Dr. T. Jtosa, afVFrGRS his services to tbs citujans of Qrays- J ville and vicinity a Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician 1 ' ;r . , July . 1H&S. ' ' ' . J -': ' ;'''' Sunfish and Wheeling Dailf V aeket STEPHEN BATA&D, . J.K.Bpth, Master, sWill leave SUN FISH every day at 6 o'clock, A. M-, and WHEELING at I o'clock, P. M. - ' "v.- . .. ; All business entrusted to this boat will receive promptsttentioo. ' ! :); ;. March I,-18M.'-: . ' - - : BOOTH, v FOB WAH DING AMD COMMISSION . BIEBCHAMT CI.4HIJJGTON, OaiO, HAVING recently purchased a Whabf Boat, in connection with his Warehouse, is now ready to accommodate Moping .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 chaige. Aug. 17. Moiiroc Mutual Fire Insurance Company, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. This company, being organized under a favut able chartei obtained from the Legislature, is now in a prosperous condition, and ready to Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables, Store Houses, Shops, Merchandise, 4c. , fee, against loss by tire. DIRECTORS. ' isaac welsh, john. kebb V. ; CH AttLKS HABE, WILLIAM STEEL, John a. davenport, tho.'bknninhau8, BE EFFECT0ALLT CURED T DR. HOOFLAJVD'S . Celebrated German" Bitttra, PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSO.V, No. 120 Arch st., Philadelphia Their power over the above aiseases Is not excelled, if equalled, by any other preparation in the United. States, as the cures attest, to many case after skiiiui puysioans nan caned. . These Bitters ara worthy the attention of in valids. Possessing great virtues in tiie rectifica tion of diseases of the Liver sod lessi gland ex ercising the most searching powers in wsattrue and rejections of the digestive organs, withal, taut certain and pleasant. READ AJSTD BE COJVVIA CED ! More Ohio. Testimony in Jawur of Dr. Hoof- laud's Celebrated German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia. From the mass of testimony received, the proof is con clusive that tins medicine has no equal for dis eases of the Liver, Stomach, Verves, Kidneys, fee. He ail and be convinced: E. B. Pkrkiks, Marietta, Ohio,' Feb. 23, '5 said: 'Your Bi tiers are highly prised by those who have used them. In a case of Liver Com plaint, of long standing, whtek had resisted tie skill aj tetter ul Phynetau, was entirely cured by the use of Five Bottles. . . C. L. Drake, . Freedom, Portage Co., Ohio, April 23, 1852, said : 'The German Bitters you seut me last have not yet come to band. I have been out of the article for some lime to the great detriment of invalids. It is a medicine much thought of and sought after ta this community. U. M. IIUTCHIWSOM, M. U.., Medioril, Uuya boga county, Ohio Aug. io, 1852, said : '1 he Wit tcr you shipped me in May last ara all gone i I think it is a good medicine, nod I am rr coBimeudiDg it to my patients and friends (which I do tor no other patent meuuiiuel. You will please forward a large supply.' S. Frksi c h , Wooster, Ohio, Nov. SO, '52, said : 'I have used some three or four bottles of Hoof- land's German Bitters lor Dyspepsia and tmve de rived great benefit from ibmr use. I believe them to be good frr all disease for which they re recommended. . W. M. Orr W ouster, O., October 2d.' 1852 aid : 'You .ask ue my opinion of the German Bitters. I have used them for Dyspepsia' In digestion, and take pleasure in stating that I think thev are the very best remedy extant for the above complaints they are decidedly im advance tif all the pioprietary medicines oj the day.' Mr. Orr is a distinguished lawyer of Woo ster. .-.;- These Bitters are bmtirkcv vegetable. . They never prostrate the system, but invigorate tt. For sale by dealer in medicine eiavy . Jno. M. Kirkbride. Wooda&eJd ; U . II Malory. Sunfish it Jamestown : A.S. Mar Threshing Machine Builders Repairers, silliot. New Castle ; T. Petin, Antioeh. W. W. WALLACE, STEAM MARBLE WORKS, 319, 321. 32.1 Libkrtt Strfet, PITTSBURGH. PA. TlffTOrf UMENTS, Tombs, Grave Stones, Furni- XU. lure Tops, Marble Mantels, tec. always on hand, and made to order by machinery, at the lowest prices fnrrash. 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. Pitta burgh. W. W. WALLACE. Dec. 14. 1853. - ' ' . PLASTER PARIS for Land and Stucco Work, Hydraulic Cement, Grindstones, all sixes and various grks, always on hand at 319 Liberty street, rittsbergn. dec 14 W. Y WALLACE. BOLTING CLOTHS, made of the.hest abil ity of silk, with square mesh, free o fuzz, and win anted tn bolt lieely, alwtys onr and. $2 75 pr yaid for No. 9, and 18 cents pe' yard less on each No. lower. Orders filled wit " dis patch, at 319 Liberty, street, Pittsburgh. dec 14 w. w. vv a IjHAxjCa. i xl U . I CLASSICAL INSTITUTE. For Young Ladies and Gentlemen, BARNESV1LLE, BELMONT CO., OHIO. fTIHE SECOND SESSION of the bove named J. Institution will commence on the 21st day ot August, and continue 14 weeks. Ji The Department of English and Classical Liter ature, will be under the direction ol Samuel Davenport, A. M.; and that of Mathematics and Natural Science, of Mr. John I. Thompson , an experienced Mathematician. - Tuition fees will be moderate, and every care will be taken to a ft or J to young ladies and gentle men the means of acquiring a thorough Classical and Mathematical education. . .. -, Special attention will be directed to those wish ing to qualify themselves for Teachers. July 26,1854. ...,'. Marble 'Shop. -.; THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub lic, that he still continues to manufacture Tombs, lien urn eels, Grave Stones, fee, at his shop in Miltonsburgh, Montoe county. Ohio, of any style desired, and of the best quality of American and Italian Marble, which he has made arrangements to receive from the East.:. . . He has also established a Shop in Woodsfield, for the convenience ot his customers . r Hi 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 ol his work, and he flatter himself he can render satisfaction to all who may want work, in his line. , Orders left with D. H. Wire. Esq, Woodifietd, Wm, Br.AbrMiltonsburgh, and Dr. Judkins, Malaga, will receive prompt attention. , May 10, 1854.. . . H. HU2RST1NG.. Mew Shop. ' 7 tg&, C- E. Dungan has remov- ed his SHOP from f errv to Maiu street, South side, X doors West of J. R. Smith's, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. WATCHES AND CLOCKS repaired aud tear ranted to keep good Hate. Clarington, Nov. id, IBS. , , ILitteit ;& Iloroe, GEORGE P. SMITH & CO, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Staple Gods Silks, Variety and S4 WOOD ST., PITTSBTJRGH, C10LIC1T the attention of Merchants" generally O to iheir 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 any where, east or west J o their Silks and Dress Goods tney asK par ticular attention their styles and assortment be mg of the newest descriptions, and will be kepi up in full and large variety. Also i.mbrouieries anu vvmte uoooe; Linen Goods and Laces; ' Riobons of all kinHs, in large assortment; Shawls, newest styles,- '. Spring and Summer Crr vats. Handkerchiefs, I les, &c; Hosiery, Gloves, Crapes, Tarletons, fctc; ; Variety Goods, of every description.' A LARGE STOCK OF Brown GooJs. Drills, Osnaburgs, bleached Sheet inga and Shirtings, Hannels, Ticks. Linings, fee; Men and Boys Summer Wears, Wool ens of all descriptions; Cloths, Cassimers, Sati netu, Veatings, Jeans Tweeds, Cords, Steu benville Goods, fee; with all leading styles ol PRINTS; fancy, Dark Blue. ' English and French ChintieB, Spring Lawns, Bereges, &o . and a complete stock generally of every article needed by the Merchant. IMPORT AM to ns - ttxattr, Farrier & 8tae Proprietor. GEO. W. MERCHANTS CELEB HATED OABflLING OIL , SJUTAJIRAJ.I.SLES IS THS B1STOST OV aBDICISS V tiw siMt waarkaW xtamal Application ever , .., auKOVxo. . TIIE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE. C intaining 32 large quarto pages, tinted covers, on fine paper, profusely and elegantly illustrated, is published on the 15th of each month at the low price of one dollar a year,' A splendid premium is sent to each perxon getting up a club, and iu addition 3,000 is tone awarded to the 289. per- oils sending the largest number of subscriber For further particulars see specimen copy of the .Magazine, which will be sei.t on receipt, of six cents, or specimen copy of the Journal, which win uc sent grans many nne ordering ii. Address ; .M. KMEKSON fe Co., .,. ; . New York: To Newspapers giving this one or more inser tions, and sending us a marked copy, of the papei villaining ii, r o win arou uuiu-puuiicaiioiis year. " " . ..... ' UNITED STATES WEEKLY JOURNAL. The Umted States IVkkklt Journal,! made up of interesting matter, selected fium the I monthly Journal and Magazine, anil con taining each week, a corrected Bank Note List, Puces Current, also a beautifully engraved por trait of a disliiiguishea individual, with a bio-( graphical sketch, forming a series of fitv-two du ring the year, is published on fine paper, at the I low price ot Une Dollar year, by ' ' J. M. EMERSON & CO., 1, 3, 5 & 7 Spruce-st. " New York aapuilla. In eonaeqnenoe of its let power and laat mt Siaal. , efficacy, ahonld be sold at n men than ntp-rim Oanar per Doue, to aa as caanp aa ma nninn u tn jjouar. . ; One Dollar's Worth! Ug TIow much Canckb how much Btpmxus bow nraanV BonoFDLA will One Dotta worth of Branf PUK1ITMM en re I Read the following statement, which is a'aseeJanSSB ; fit power.. r . i.'. . ; . . -i t -i. Thia la tha nan nr a Thiinjf man who vet h'eat. He snU tared of a wone eaae of Scrofula, by euly Tmeht SoedeteiT Bnuit'a Purifier, than ever waa curea ny ine nae el ymr Gallon of the best tareapariUa that was ever made. 8r Danllabas not umaetu mecaau power io eoac iu con such a revoUtnghf kopelese case. - . !' Mr. J. B. llASKiic, ot Home, unaaa t-, n. z:, oea umm U four feare wu confined to his,- be4 taa laetyetfa ' was so much diseased and debilitated aa to be unable ta, raiae his hand to his head. -He had the at medieal dt ' bad naed all ot the hat tttrsaparilla to no food effect- got won and war, and was considered to ne in Vftaf Matt, and could not live tvm(-ow hour longer, wbea has omtnenced using BUANT-S .PURIFIER. Ilia ueS.WM ten nearU) ej, Irum ear ta ear a aotamwe on emwvmam his windpipe, under bis chin, ao that be breathed tnroeekv tbe hole his ear was to eaten around that it could b iN on out of its place, it only holding by a snvtM jpiesa tb ' una of one arm wai dextroyed by two Ulr.er an Tear undar ; the arm, aa large as a mac's hand, had fir (" fhrosgk bis aide mta at body, i nua, ne waa amiciea yntm i.wnm such putrid, acrid, ojtnewe Ulcer, en various parta of hi erson. For further and full particulars, see oar Punpnlm . Doct. Thoxas Wiuun. one of the moct sKUtnl DOTat- einns of Kome. waa called to eee Haskin tbe da before am " commenced mint Braaf Purifier. - Poet Wfetmln4i him, and then told Aim that all tbe meaiane m u worm could net ewrehim that his case wa' .-... - i.j ..' Worse them Hopeless! r Uii Mow hear Mr BASKIN'S statement of cure. He aWI tV My wife procured one bottle of BRANTS PtTRIfriNm' EXTRACT that soma enabled me to gtt of my In 1 the booid bottle enabled me to get out of the sent. Has thikd enabled me to iraU nea mile, and wksa I had ftntah " ed using If ine Bottle, SnvKitTSEic out of twenty Ulcer ba4 , H balso cp, end taree battle enoro enecwa.n rrjlTJIfcT, .CURE and restored me to good health. 1 ' ,v - 1 :. POBBTKEN WITNESSES t.-n 5vs.I, The above fecu are certified to bv DOCT. T. WILT. UK. - Mr. G. R. BROWN, of West Some Hotel Messrs. BISSKLV c i.r.unAHu, urugguis, ana &u.vtn omsr. I at Home. : , . . . ... . . . .... - .-ft Wei Alt JNO.;. M. . KtRKBEIDE. UATHAN UOLUSTKR, JOHN KOONTZ, , . ! . ' :', t ' . T.niwia 4WIT.L1AM OKET, ISAAC SKITsT, JOHN B.. SjOLLj sniPLKYJ ' - : Great world . : -rThe sayittft, that 'there is morV pleas i lire in eivinsthan receivinsr.' is supposed , ta apply chiefly to kicks, medicine, and ad- "We have heard, of a fellow 'who was de termined to commit. suicide, even if he perished in the attempt. 'Union is not strength,' as the old ,l j Io- per said when he put rvsrtpr in his brandy. ' Cheap ay of faliening hogar'Turn them in your neighbor s cornheta every , To get the tnost work iul of your barids': Keep them out al your packets .-.t ,.ff - To cure the bolts iii-1iorse:vSlioot him. SUNFISH. OHIO. TjriLL have constantly on hands Machines TfT of all kinds; also Cleaners ot the best and latest improvements. - . . ; , From past esperience we Ratter ourselves that we can equal any manufactured in the State. Persons wishing to purchase Machines will please gie us a call aud examine for 'themselves All work warranted to pelorm right or no sale T T) All old Castings and Iron taken in ex- . Jj change for work, lor which the highest price will he given. L1TTEN Sc HORNE. Suuhsh, Juue 7, 1804. . C1IKAI FALL Alt!) WINTER GOODS! jrarHE subsciber has jus,i received a New Sup- X piy ot - Ready Made Clothing, I of the Latest Styles, which he will sell at very low prices Ky ail means call and examine hi Slock before puiciiasing elsewhere, if you want to get good bargains. ' . ; CLOTHS AJSD VhSSlMEliKS TIIE large and commodious house oh the south I Of superior styles and finish, for sale allow prices, west coiner of Main and Main Cross streets, and will be made up to order, or sold by the pat- has lieen fitted up witn new furniture of naniisnme tern. and comfortable style, and is now open for the ac commodation of guests 1 he subset iber invites the patronage of the public; and -those who favor him with their company may be assured of a hos pitable reception, the best fare, and such eomforts and attentions as will make his bouse compare la- voisbly with any others. - Hills moderate. - . . HUltAUb I1UL.LiAML. ;' JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pres't. , Hollister, Treas. - Lewis Shiplkv. Sec'y. JOHN B. NOLLJfJeneraJ Aceot, ' and AssistantSnerary . Dec , 1854. ' 'Molland House, oodsfield, Ohio. He is also prepared to do good and fashionable work for his numerous customers at reasonable price. M. BURGBACHER, WoonsyiKLB, October 25, 1854. , ' ; , July 6, 1853. ' Surveying. ' 1 fTlHE undersigned, thnnkful for past favors, - L' -would inform the public that he still contin ues the business f SURVEYING. Ha may he found a part of his time in IV oodsfield, and 'part of his lime ip Malaga township. - L-;i - a i'.x. DANIEL MORRIS, -May 1H.1S58 - -: yy-i 5? HODA WARD'S ESTATE Th suhscri ber has been appointed by the Probate Court nf Monroe county, Ohio, as Administrator of Rhoda Ward, deceased, and has given bond and received letters of Administration a such. . ! , -, , SETH WARD; ; , Dec 20,1854. . '.... , ,. , , : , ; JOHN J.-REUSERS ESTATE The sub srriber has-been appointed by the Probata Com! tit Monroe county. Ohio, as Administrator of John U. Reiser, deceased, and has given bond no) received letters of administration as such. I Dec 20, 1854. JOHN MUHLEMAN, and by dealers in medicine every where, j Nov. 22. 1864-ly ; PETITION roil PARTITION. ; " . ' James S. Conley, Daniel Conley, Isaac Conley, Catherine Denni ' and Daniel Dennis, her husband, resident of the state of Virginia; William Conley, Marga ret Eddy, and Pe'er Eddy her husband; Eliza- ? belli Conley, Mary Cunningham, and Willian . Cuniiiiighain her husband; Sarah .Conley, and Elizabeth Conley, widow .ol Isaac Conley, de ceased, of Monroe county, Obio. . SAID Defendants ars hereby notified that oa the SOthday of October. 1854. saiJ petitioner tiled in the Court of Conimou Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, his petition, the object and prayer of which is, that he nny hold in severally his Hi- tereat in the real estate of which Isaas Conley late of said county, died seized, 10 wit: The west hall of the north east quarter ot section Iff, town ship 8 and range 4, in said couiity. Also, that the dower of Elizabeth Conley, widow of Isaac Conley, deceased, may be assigned iu said prem ises. Said petitiou charge that William Conley received from bis lather.. in his life time, the fol lowing real estate, to wit: 80 acres off the south end of me south west quarter ol the north west quarter of section 19. township 3 and range 4, in said Monroe county; said premises being intended as an advancement to said William, and in lieu of any other snare in said estate. At the next term of said court the petitioner will ask for the proper order in tiie premises. JAMES S. CONLEY. By Hoi.i.uter St .Way, , Nov. 1.1854. HirAity's. . i i i , rpHEODORE SUPPES ESTATE The n L dersigned- has been appointed and. Qualified as administrator ot the estate of Theodore tMippes, late of said county, deceased. Those Indebted to I .said estate inonia mass. immediate payment. V 1 Dew S lets. ,W QaTrVKbs t wTft.WtaV 1 Cochran's Celebrated Liniment, Prepared aiio sold by D. D. TOMLINSON. Sole Proprietor, Llovdsvillb, O. H. Alexander, DmggielSt. Clairsville. O : ' ' 'r ' ; , . .' . Agent. . To whom all ordeis for the above Liniment must be addressed, either by wholesale or retail, or i commission. . Thi Liniment is well known, and. highly re commended by Veterinary Suigeous, and Far mers of experience, throughout the State of Ohio, and as the Liuuneut has been fairly tested and acknowledged to be as good as ' recommended, I will not nttempt to give the publics detail of what wonderful cures it has performed, but let it stand upon Us own merits. . ... .. . . . , . . CAUTION ! -130 j . .. , '. . . : Beware of a spurious article offered to the pub he by I. H Patterson tt Co , Drupgifls, who are advertising and send out circulars for the sale oi Cochran's Buckeye Liniment, and a paitof their i-irculars that they aie sending out call it Coch ran's Celebiated Liniment, and they are using my name to try to impose it. on tile public, winch-l gross imposition. ' I hey have no right to make or sell in this State only a I might permits 1 H Patterson received ol ine proporlioiiineut bill. ken. down by himseft. as 1 gave it out to him, Input me up a lot of the Liniment, which he did not put up according to agreement, and also. he circulars were lint according to the -original. id I would not take them oft his hands, also, to show, lo.the public that if tlvey fbould buy of his manufacturing that they would be imposed upon in the Liniment, i I will publish a part of a letter received by me from him. Dec. 3d, 1853, iu which he writes: We are pulling it up strong. Send us your receipts as we lost ours-, a few days ago." (Signed I. H. FATTERSOIN & CO. Now the public can see that they are preparing and offering an article for sale, that they slate that their receipt was lost, and asking me to send them a receipt, which I did not do ;so the)- must be pulling it up at random, and calling it Coch ran's Celebrated Liniment, and sending out a cir- uler with my name as .Proprietor for the State of Ohio t and also in the same they put my name down a agent, which he wanted to claim as a mi ake, but still send out the same sort of circulars Nov. 15. 54 6m , D. D. TOMLINSON. ; : tn all Christianized and civilized countries, has can latter urooortion of deaths than anr other taa)adv4nI flicxa tbe human family ; and. uutU within a few years, than. baa not bean any certain remedy io atop tn devaatatunt, s . fesdestroyer. But now-. .'-. .'J! M'jiifii"-- BRANT'S INDIANA a ... ffare men eunvvif the mot uraturia marked and deVetiMaC eases of Pulmonary ComtHmptiimst a al. nitdetaltdfjcuta of . utaralta ana aucaeea L,Uij.f surn nopaet oaaea aa wara . never before eared by any other medicine. - So utterly ham .- law were nine of tbe aolicted persona, aa to barer, taea pea nounced by physicians and friends to be actsalLV Dvwce' Some, who bad Ibeir burml-clotlies made, ha Seen, sura . ana yet live othra. who it waa .aid would not lire uotba day, are now aa well and hearty aa Ibey-cVen were.' .... It poaaeuea all the clowning end puritio? virtue u.aiUf as powerful aud active aa the preparation which we call BRANT'S INDIAN 'PURIFYING 'tXTR'ACT. .; This diflera from that, beemiaB M pimeeate meerai ht Medication wnit-J are peculiarly adapted ha and axe ..uniiel ; hy necessary, to cure " ' " . ' Coughs and Consninptions, and all diaeaaetof a pnlmonary nittnre-'-aueh disease as anally prove ao fatal under ordinarynearmeatywlien lawnf . HHU Win Vhls Breast, Throat, Lnugs'and tteaft. BALSA ST heat and enres Uleer in the Lunr. aaat lae where internally, as' certainly ami easily aa the Vomvtw. . ixo Extsact cure and: heeds ulcers- externally. .. Thm, .SaL ' , earn cures nine cases of Cough and Consumption, slut ot tea, iter all other remedies have failed ta da good.- i,:-TX;-, ; Thousands of CoztstimpiidnaV nd Chronic Ooughtt. aliundantly prove Its unftt&mg aJhMSl ' In such duseasea, and its nndoubied euralivo. puwerj and ' Booth in g, bealioi properties, in the following complaints aeMl diaeaaea, vix. : Spitting of Blood. Bleeding at tie Lun Pwhu v tn ! Breast and Side, Night-Sweat. Xcrvou Complaints, PaU . pitation of the Heart Cholera Infantum, Vyrantery and tSaaaV awr Complaints in Children and A Jules, lethma, aud Ath i ! FEMALE WEAKNESSES AND COMPLAJNTt Ho remedy that ha tieen oflered to -the yubllo kf "They can't Keep Hotise without it . ExneriaiM-e'of more than ixtaen years. hae establittieil the fact that Merchant's Celebrated Gargling !, or uni versal Family Enibrocntion, will cat nauei km, Mave nil aachaa : ;. .. . . . . , . - Spavina, Sweeney Ringbone, "Windgall, Toll Evil, CaUous, CrackeoV Heels, Grlls of all - kinds, Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, F ,. . 'tfiln, SitJast, Sand-Cracks. Strains. LainoJiess . i Foundered Feet, Scratches or Crease, Mange, . . Rlieumatiam. Bites of Animals, External Poi sons, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost Bites, .Boils. Corns. Whitlows, Burns and Scalds, Clullhlains, Chapped Hamls. Cramps. Con tractions of the Muscltie, Swellings, Weakness of tie Joints, Caked Breasts, 4c. etc. Ac, The unparalleled suceeas f this Oil, is tbe cur efifts. eases in Horses and Cattle, and even in numan a.n, m been tmHy hecotnin more known to the fanning eemnii It da hardly be credited, exrapt by t boee . - . . 1 aiuhla sartil ntrSalRrXl in the habit oi aeepina u in uwu - - a vast amount of pai". suneriiuj ami nme, r y the timely applicauon of tin Oil. jjBrmavs! KW Be sure the nam of die aole propnator, CEOFSW W7 MERCHANT, lckport. N. Y., is W m the side of the boitle, and in hi. handwriting over t he wrk. All orders adjraased to Ihe proprietor ill he prompt '"oetaPamphlet of the Agent, and tee what 'wonder, mm . A.compii8iu uy mo pv it;,. Sold bv reswctable dealer, eanerally, in tlie United . Slates and Canada. Also ov J. M. Kirkbridj, Woodsfield. Armstrong Mooneys Co., BeaUsville. W. bteel, Mattord M. Pollock & Co.. Smtfish. II. C. Kotzebu Malao-s - Pancoast St Headley, Jamestown, M fV a, fi S issf P. ' Miles & Son, somertnn a. o- inaraunoi. New Castle. " A. W, Tuxbnry. New Bostun And at wholesale bv J. D Park, Cincinnati I!. & E- Gavlord,& AT J. Venham, Cleveland and ndhy Hardv(& Jonejii Pitlsburgli. Jury 12, 1854. r ; BIRDS! BIRDS!! Canaiy Seed. , .., JHemp Seed, . Fish Bone,. - Bird Cage For sate at KIRKBRIDE S -'. e,r-j .. .' ...L . been half as certain and effectual in correcting ALL the IneV dental wesJbicifcs and trrtauhtrkies of the female1 aavs BRANTS PULMONARY BALSAM: It rnkaao dlfljpa. cace whether the derangement bt tuppreesian, act. 'm . other incidental weakness it regulates ALL, byatT.allns) . tag the system, equalizing ine circulation, una toatntng i nnayiavr NEKVUUS UtKliAUlLlTY. SM for .roof. : .- ' . : Otif-.l ill .;..-. ; ;; CONSUlVLPTJ01.?Pns, t . t A Dying Woman Cured 1 ..Jaj We state this cere to prove tho power to sac life, when this BALSAM ia used, even alter the person is consulered bv nhvaician and friends to be in the- last tuvres of tMetass . actually dying and, .in thia case, so far gona tha the itfnr. ror rye vnrittrmtm m . DRUGS & MEDICHES; THE Subset iber has just opened one door north of the building lately occupied Jy Wm. C. Wal ton, dec d, large supply of .- - v Drugs, Aledi,ci ncs, Paints, ! OILS, D YE STUFFS, trC, '. Suitable for this market, which he will sell a wholesale or retail at reasonable price.' '- t; WooDsriELD, June 8. J- L- DTE. j Second Arrival from. ; P h i I a d e 1 1 h i a . Plain brown and blue Berege, , . . Bonnet frame and Crowns, . - Pink, Crape snd Silk Wire, '."; Gum and Morocco Walking Shoes,-? v Received and for sale at May 10 KIRKBRIDE. Grave Stone Cutting. nPlHE undersigned has removed to Sunfish JL' Creek, three-quarters of s mile above Rich ner's mill, where he is carrying on the business ol CRAVE AND TOMB STONE CUTTING. in its various branches.'- Those entrusting their work to him will have it done in the neatest and most approve- style of workmanship, and at mod erate prices. - ycJ-Marble Grave snd Tomb Stones urmthed to order , P. CAWLf lELfJ. and hurial-cXotke werejbouv af ihla cuk and the reeaectalde and atadnofcautoroef sd at . Skii ln.unubinf'jil and fur.XA. we refer to our PAMPHLET) :' - This core was eftVeted on Mr. ZtBA PVKEMAir.oTi . saaoa,5ar(ttottCo.,iV. X ."-.We can provo, beyond admass. ay nlnrii n afainrr rqnnti y an nrrpT-T-TiT mm ennumcramscmaem-' at flanahs and fmxuat rAumt CL'REU. which nnm nounced taearaaie by aauiui paysiaan .-.. . r,;. . MS IM cure OI ur. nuooora, qi samigro, vt-. anu aoaa Sea the cure of T. S- Wilcox, merchant, 'of AtUc'a, AYyamlatj " Ca, N.'Y., and many more, in our Pampblebk' v i ii x . Dysentery and Summer Complaint ha Children and Adult are abean cured. WeaHyCUtrm will become Jty, healthy, and aearey, anu grow rapuuy, aj : tbe uae of thia BALSAM. . . -- - Ho mother need ever monrn Ihe. death f bar ettud h CholerIrnntMm,whileteething,lf BRAara ru.ee given ta Jarger man ui. oraiaary (aoaaa.j . Fr sale by J. M.KikWrde,hWtlay liriu . - .... j .ii,- . IOR the sale of DR. S. S. FITCH'S celehra- ted Instruments and- medicines, viz: Pktent Silvei Plated Abdominal Supporters. Pateottwl. sDrinr Shoulder Brace.- aiivev Enhahnc-TahV. Pulmonary Balsam, Pectoral expectorant, rutm and Medicinal Cod tircyt)ir,Polmdta.Yy Lini- v ment. Heart Corrector, Htimqr Corrector, Iff-Jtt- rative syrup, Aim uyspepnc mixture, iairurnaw Pills, Cholera aiin.CtmbcpectQcvV.crmu;Ke,tci I 11C atwve IUI lis AVia. A- ii.ii a iicatiuijui vS , mur mmarvx Consttmption; Asthma, tint, toessa. t. aaililnK itaa r huAM.an aaIY ISlaanlln sSSI a t SBSlal f SI I Ilk V AW' WwlltnVSJ IQt' I'tvH i.wMiniwUi S7WVbaniiH naaa . relieving aud curing ihoseier-fa- AU;lJirwJf . - i a. " Vn a . I cmcuiv si 3 i y j . sw J(TT and warranted good.. Ill repuUtion, loundefl.oa success, win recomuiena tiiein to ine sniictaa, . wh will find Dr. . Fitch s ".Guide to 4 be l."tl . ids ' a valuable book. Jt. is- gtvea ,awsy, at Uw store of the agents Those suHeriug from fnjliac ' of the bowels or womb will nud Dr,rK atsvPPW" er light and pleasant, and lilting perfeclly,.nd at . the same time most efficient- - The slioulfle.brsaJS, aBJO, la "gin aiiu.ruiuieiii, f) amw e ("-.",i.yi')v . taken together, ere unsurpassed by ai.y. jafticle ; ever made. All to be had of the agent Wit.t.iam.Steei.. Stafford Ohro. SCHOOL BOOKS. U S. SPELLING BOOKS, ECLECTIC do ECLECTIC lit Reader, 2nd Reader, 3rd Read er, 4th Header. 5th Reader. HAY'S AR1TH METIC, Parts 2nd snd 3rd. " MITCHELL'S School Geography."' PINNEO'S Gran mars KIRKHAM'S Grammar. COMSTOCK'S Phi losophv. WEBSTER'S Dictionary. ' Metalic Pens, Paper, Ink, Quills. Slate. &c, for Sale at Nov.30. ' , KIRKBRIDEU Blank: Deeds and IMorti fttrt? stlo atthialiiceV . .. -1 r iiahroitr ' . Iio. 143, Mam street, ivaeenngs rk TiEGS leave toiiiforn his friend snd ttt DUbiia . 13 generslly, thst he lias just preturpevi Mppfpa ' East, ud is now jeceiving the largest -anl ssot . desit able stock ol ua it ruts, vw, uib CLOTHS,' MATTINGS. 8t.rie?.vet ofistal in Wheeling. The stock has een sfcotWlwitfc great care; from the beat atdorbj orEnfah-SAal A meric an make. . -, -I ".)i : Also, a large A betttjaiWcfc' fcFtpC kh Goods, Gimps, ttimmrown, etc.,' etc.V'iw vavir wlin great t it-i j .x.ima own lunmani wt : tides. Sil Oi vutswiu uwaom ai TOymwi.jk . . Junet H'; ' ;:l--iiif.4faWti;i 'mJL