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LOCAL SEi Morgantown, Saturday, August S, ISM. The " Know nothings." This rather ccccntric organization continues to monopolize a largo eliaro of the public curios, ity and attention. Almost every paper contains cithor a diicct or incidental allusion to it?some opposing, others advocating its tenets, and still others making merry over its doings. Partisans | arc down on it flat-footed, in Congress and out of | Congress, and some of those who would like to go to Congress, have mounted tho opposition nag j und arc spurring their jade furiously toward the capitol at Washington. Well, now, what docs all this mean? What's in tho wind? What is to pay? Where aro the Know Nothings? Who arc they ? What do they look like ? Who ever saw a real live 'Know Nothing,' that is a mem her of that Order, for naturc'sknow nothings aro mere plenty, and less a curiosity ? What color arc they?blue, buff, yellow or strawberry color ? Mr. Clemens seemed to know a great deal about them, but then ho didn't givo us any of their marks, lie gavo us their signs, as he said, hut then ho wouldn't insure hissign3 to bo an infalli ble criterion. Well, wo11 dout know," and we'll just bide our time, await tho current of events, and keep down any undue curiosity of ours this warm weather, until we "find ou,," as wo can. Other communities than ours, however, aro hi their turn, curiously exercised. A rather omi nous arrival of strangers at Fairmont last week, brought tho inhabitants of the 'Mountain City' " all up standing." Tho' Virginian' waS deeply cxcrciscd, to ascertain " whit was in the wind." On Thursday last, when tho Western train ar rived, the editor concluded that tho cholera was depopulating Wheeling. Tho Eastern train comes lumbering along, and contributes to the ominous gathering its numbers, lie concludes tho " Know Nothings were in a stow,"?hut looking round and seeing somo Morgantown-ians about, then ho had it, and tho Know Nothings wcro in conclave to nominato a candidate for Congress. This conclusion, however, like tho other, he aban dons, and breaks out in a double postscript as follows?"Delegates arc hero from 'allcreation.' Something nioro than nominating a candidate for Congress is in the wind ? Who can tell what There it is again-ho " don't know," and wo'ro no better off tlian we were at first. Alas! how very provoking. The Wayncsburg-crs, over yonder in Greene county, according to the. "Eagle," have some misgivings that the Know Nothings arc locating alod?e, or Wigwam, or wliaUvor-they-eall-'ein, in their goodly town. Tho other night spies were out with a candlo apiece and matchcs, rca <Iay to strike a light us they stood flat up against the trick walls, whenever they should hear or BCC any person or squad that could bo suspcctcd of being Know Nothings. But, from the report published, wo rather expect they "don't know, and the Know Nothingsclude our curiosity again most vexationsly! Botheration to 'cm. Tho following paragraph is from an exchange and may throw somo light on tho mbjcct: the Secret is out at last 1 We know all about ,t,? 'k-now.Nolhimrs." 'l'lioy had their origin in Scotland, and must have immigrated from there else why does Shakospearo pu' tlicse wonls nto tho mouth of Lord Hossc. m his tragedy ol 'Mac "Alas, poor country,almost afraid to know itself, It cannot he called our mother, but our grave, Where nothing, but who Mum* HotMng,? !COn to smile." Toll Brid's at Horgantown. Yea! a toll Bridge at Morgantown, and coin. I pletcd at that, over which pedestrians cross dry shod! Not tlio Wiro Suspension Bridge, but one that answers the contingent emergencies as I well. Win. Durbin, Esq., (alias " brother Dur-1 bin") who has had the Ferry in charge for some time past, has put up a foot-bridge that answers ! the purposes of crossing admirably, and saves a I great wear and tear of patience and labor that was incident upon the foundering of the skiff in the present low water. It is a great convenience for foot passengers, and will doubtless pay the proprietor handsomely, unless, forsooth, the'June Flood,' that we havo heard so much talk about, should eomo along some of these days and take away the bridge. 'Brother Durbin* can humor a joke or a joker, and the odds is. the difference whether in fun or in earnest. He has all sorts of folks to deal with and an expedient ready for the emergency.? Some arc disposed to dispute his right to take toll at the improvement, and insist "that no legal chargo can bo made cxeept for ferriage. Mr. D. is ready for tlicm. IIo has a skiff on hand, and invites them to go aboard, whilo he will 'walk the plank and tow the skiff, but should tho boat get aground the 'passenger' must wade out, for tho foot-path, being a privalo onterprizc, must pay three cents a passenger! Finding them selves in a tight place, they fork over tho toll and go on their way. Dweliiag House Burned, ? The dwelling house of Samuel Pride, about 11 miles from this place, on the road leading to Fetter man, was entirely destroyed by fire on the morning of Friday, 2Sth ult. Tho family made good their escape from the ilamcs, but saved no thing but one bed and some bedding, tho furniture and clothing, with other valuables, being totally consumed with tho house. The present neces sities of tljc family thus suddenly bereft of homo and goods will bo provided for, as is now being done, by the generous contributions of a benevo lent und sympathising community. BREVITIES. Tho health of our town continuoa good.? \\a are happily exempt from even tho common routine of suitnucrdiseases. IP" A shower of rain, accompaiiicd with light ning and thunder, on Thursday ovoning, revived vegetation and purified tho atmosphere. ?7*Tho heavy stone-work, to secure tho East ern aiirhorngo of tho ttiver liridge, was com menced on Thursday. IV Tho Coin hot been J hooting rapidly here abouts for several Jays, but no person lias been ifijurud thereby. (!7* Kipc MpI??ii? have bo?n brought to market diitin; the put ?tck. It/" Ike lti.u has uvt; ?-t entirely dried up. TrausmUtod for tlicjialtlmorc American. ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROFE. New York July 27?Tho royal moil steamer Africa arrived ather wharf at 9 o'clock this morning, bringing dates from Liverpool to tlio lGtli of July, Progress of tho War. Tbo news continues important, though but little changed. It is now confirm ed that the Russians have received coun ter orders, and will not quit Wallachia. The Austrians have, for the present, on tiroly relinquished tho intention peacea bly to occupy the Principalities. No now facts bavo boon made public as to the progress of tho Prusslan-Aus tria negotiations. It is believed that all the smaller German States will adhere to the Austrio-Prussian convention The feeling in England with respect to tbeso now complications is decidedly uneasy. Thoro has been considerable severe fighting on the Danube. Tho Turks, under Omar Pasha personally, after so vere fighting, have captured the Danube Islands, and the city of Giurgevo, which they now occupy. It is clear that tho Turks have now assumod the offensive, and with tho reservo of Anglo-French, tho first division of which is now at Rutschuk, will probably risk a pitched battle. GortschakofT, with 30,000 troopsj is advancing by forced marches to dispos sess them of Giurgevo. The Black Sea fleet, when last seen, was proeooding from Odessa in the di rection of Sevastopol. Napier's fleet, with the cholera on board, had gone to anchor in Bomer sund Bay. Rescind Pasha has resumed tho Turk ish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The ex-ministry of Greece are in dicted for a malvorsion of tl'e public moneys to foster the recent insurrection. Napoleon is at Bologne and Calais, witnessing the embarkation of tbo French army for the Baltic. SPAR. Tho nows from Spain is very imper fect?tho insurgents, however, seem to maintain themselves under Generals Servanio, O'Donnell and Dulce. They numbor 5,000, and are going towards Andalusia. Some movements favoring them have occurred in Valencia. [second despatch.] New VoitK. July 27.?The Africa brought 95 passoogers. She passed on the 15th, at 30 minutes past 5 P. M., tho oteamer Canada, bound into Liver pool. On the 23d, off Cape Race, she passed tbo America, bound east. The cholera continued its ravages at St. Petersburg, and tho garrison of Cronstadt was also suffering from its ravages. On the'1st of July 5S0 cases were reported in St. Petersburg. The cholera was also prevailing to an alarmingextent at Marseilles, no less than 105 deaths having occurred in one day. Tho Russians are said to haro lost 900 in killed before they evacuated the Danubian islands. They also burnt all their vessels. At Bucharest wagons containingtbree hundred wounded Russians had arrived, among whom wero 80 officers. There had also arrived at Jusky 450 cartsload ed with wounded Russians. There was a rumor ufloat that the French army had received a check in Arabia. The Greek pirates were reported to bo committing great depredations. An English steamer and several smaller vessels are 6&id to have been captured and burnt by them. A pitched battle between tho Rus sians and the Turks, supported by tho Anglo-French forces wasdaily expected. Tho cholera had brokan out on board the Australian ship Diargo, which was compelled to put back to Liverpool with 50 deaths on board. ARRIVAL OF THE ALPS. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Boston, July 31.?Tlio propeller Alps, which sailed from Liverpool on the morning of the 13th, arrived this morning, making the trip in twelve days being an unprecedented short run fur a propeller. Progress of the War. The news from the seat of War is a continual record of Russian defeats and Turkish victories. Omar Pasha was ot Giurgcvo on the 7th inst.; with 17,000 Turkish troops.? The allies were in full march for the Danube on the 8th,?the English weru midway between Schumla and Rust chult, and the French had arrived at Rustchuk. The allied and Turkish ar my thus concentrating to operate against Prince Gartschakolf amount to 00,000. The Russians at Fraterclui, under Prince Gortsclmkoff are 70,000 strong, and are being continually reinforced.? A pitched buttle between those two im mense and well disciplined armies was daily expectod. From Orsova it was stated that Me hotnot Pacha has defeated the Russians at Crcrnovada, in the Drobudsclm on tho 8th inst., after live hours lighting, and took possession of tho place, Tho Turks have crossed tlio Danube in large force nt several points. On the Otli and 10th the Turks attacked Brigadiers 1'anlofT and Soimoaod'with other Russian detachments at Frotenchi, north of (iiUTgevii, and the Russians were completely routed. By advices from Henronstndt of the lGih wo learn tliut l'ririce Goriscltokoflf was nt Krutescki Willi 70.000 tnen. It was rumored that General Auicp had committed suicide. 1-h r?>h? liaddi:f?'iitpil'j>iieral Proisopjio' dniiwi! a! Mbpolu ui: llts Vlli. Nothing new from the Black Sea, Baltic, or Asia. Many additional Tumors of now negotia tions were afloat. A duspatcli from Vicuna, dated the 17th, state* that the Austrian ul timatum had either been sent or would be sent on that day to S?. Petersburg, demand ing the evacuation of the Dauubian Princi palities within a curtain time. Tho term mentioned was understood to be ono month. Tho Austrian correspondent says that as regards the present phase of the Oriental question, and the answer brought by Prince GortechakofT, the demands of Prussia and Austria ure but imperfocily satisfied, but there arc somo materials which might possi bly serve as the. basis for peace negotiations. These are left to the discretion of the West ern Powers. Upon the receipt of their an swer. Austria, acting upon a cordial under standing with tho Western Powors, will take all measures requisite for the re-estab lishment of the balance of power, and for the integrity of Turkey, and for a general peace on a safe basis. RUSSIA. Three hundred persons have been arrested at St. Petersburg, charged with au intended outbreak. Tho police told them that their political opinions wore such as to render their imprisonment a matter of necessity. ENGLAND. Lord John Russell has given notice that the Government will ask the country for au additional war credit. It is thought that the opposition will make it a party question, and if possible deleat the ministry and cause them to resign. Tho discussion comes cn Wednesday the 19th. The London Morning Chroniclo states that a request was submitted to the Cabinet Coun cil on Saturday last for permission to allow Admiral Napier to attack Cronstadt. Sir James Graham, the Firr-t Lord of the Admi ralty. and the Duke of New Castle, the Min ister of War, attended the Privy Council held ou Monday by the Queen to consider the application, and resolution of the Cabi net, and although the result has not transpi red, a despatch was sent to Brigadipr Harry D. Jones and the Company of Royal Sappers and Miners, and the Miners of Chatham, leaves little doubt of the answer sent. The screw sleam frigate Dauntless,which brought home the application from Sir Charles Na pier is now on her way back with the an swer. SPAIN. Advices were received at Paris on the 18th inst., from Madrid, which state that the town and garrison of Barcelona had pro nounced jagainst the Government. The revolution was believed to be spread ing throughout Spain, notwithstanding the 6trenuo?3 effort to put it down. The Madrid Correspondent of the London Times says that the insurrection daily ap pears more likely to become a general revo lution in its most liberal sense. General O'Donnel is convinced that the country will not move for the mere purpose of making him Prime Minister, but is more and more disposed to enter into the views of the progressionists. Arrival of the Canada. FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Halifax, July 31, II P. M. The royal mail steamer Canada arrived ot her wharf at 10 o'clock to-nislit, bringing dates from Liverpool to the 22d inst., one day later than her regular day of failing. The Canada brings but little news relative to the progress of the war. Austria's conduct con tinned more doubt* fill, and is regarded with great suspicion by England and France. The Spanish insurrection was spreading rapidly under Espartero. Accounts from St. Petersburg state that the Czar is determined not to yield, and that discontent prevailed in the capital. The details show that the recent victories of the Turks at Giurgevo' were achieved by the Turks unassisted, leaving the whole bank of the Danube to Alteruitza in their hands." THE WAR. No change has occurrcd in th? condition of Eastern Affairs, and none was likely to occur until after further consideration by the English and French Governments, of the re cent conduct of Austria. The Paris correspondent of the London Morning Chronicle makos the following im portant communication: " The Cabinets of Vienna and Herli'n have communicated to the English and French Governments the impre?sion5Jproduceri upon them by the answer of the Emperor Nicho las to the summons sent by Austria to vacate the Principalities." THE MARKETS. MORGANTOWN, Aug. 3. FI.OUU? Sells ut SS.00 per barrel. WHEAT?150 cents per bushel. CORN?5G ?' ?' ? OATS?371-2 " ?' " POTATOES-50 62} " " " BUTTER?Fresh roll* 10 cenls. TALLOW?12 cents per lb. l'l TTSBuk'a .MARKE T. Fi-rrsminu, August 1st. FLOUR?W? report sales from store of superfine at 88.87; extra 8:S7a8.S0a9.00. SUGAR?sales of fair at &. 4 ntos. GRAIN?Sales at depot of Oats at 42 els. anil new wh.^Ht ut ? l,6lial,70. Should the new wheat comc in any way freely we may look for an immediate decline in breadstuffs. BALTIMORK MARKET?July 31. Catti.e.?Prices ranging from 83 to 5-1 on the hoof, equal to $(ia$7,75 nett.and av eraging S3.37J cross. Market closad with a downward tendency. Sales of Hogs at SOaSG per 100 lbs. Sales of Sheep at S2af3.2& per head. Collin) markut is linn. Sales of SO bags prime Rio at 11 els. Flour. Howard street, &S.25a8.31. Citv Mills, 87,50a7,76. Wheat, white, 1,50a 1,GO. Red, 1,40a 1,05. Sbveiui. kuaoos, by mutilating the rec ords of Congress, have been exposed. One was by means of an interlineation iu a reso. lutiou fixing tlio compensation of ihe em ployees of Congress. This was detected in tinic to frustrate its efl'eci. Another was by changing a word in the Minnesota rail road bill, by which about 83,000,000 of pro petty wes to be placed directly in Ihe hands of a Company, when it was the intention of Congress to leave the award of Ihe property open to competition before Iho Legislature or iho Territory. This was committed by Mr. Slovens, M. C. from Michigan, who con fesses the aet but ??y8 he did notknow there was uny harm in it. These matters are all before an iiivosiisating committee.?Cum kilcwi Milter:' Jwriiul, "A Thing of Beauty is i Joy forever." Why will peoplo endure pimples on tho huiilan faco divine, or eruptions or any kind, when it is a fact so well known that Dr. Cuysolt's Yellow Doclc and Sarsarapilla cloanscs tho skin from all impurity, removing Pimples, Sores, 6: IllotchOs, leaving tho aflcctod parts at healthy, smooth and soft as tho llcsh of a babe. It is really priceless to all that wish tho rosy beauty of childhood. it causes all sores nnd poisonous woundn to dischargo all infested matter, and eradicates ev ery impurity from the system. It docs its work mildly, but ofiectually, giving conscious beauty and blooming health in the place of ugliness nnd soul-sickening disease. ID"See advertisement. 255-11. BRIDGE NOTICE. THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Morgaatown Bridge Company, will be held at the Court-house in Morgantown, on Saturduy the 12th day of August next,?at which time nnd place un ELECTION will bo held for a President and two Directors of said Company. By order, GEO.(S. RAY, Sec'y* July 18, 1854. td gabcla & Ravcnsffood Railroad. BOOKS for receiving subscriptions to the stock of the Monongahela and Ravens* wood Railroad will be opened by the Com missioners, at the Court-houses of Motion gnlia, Marion, Harrison, Lewis, Jackson, | Wirt and Ritchie, on the first Monday of Au gust next. T. S. HAYMOND, J. 0. WATSON. JAMES NEESOtf, Commissioners.?For themselves and the other Commissioners named in the Charter. SALE Of Valuable House nnd Lot, IN McCURDYSVILLE. ON the 4th Monday of August next. 1854, (that being the 1st day of the August term of the County Court of Monongalia county,) in Iront of the Court-house door in Morgantown. I will pell, for cash, to the high est bidder, ONE HOUSE AND LOT in Mc Curdysville, on which is erected a frame Dwelling and Stable, the Lot said to contain about Two Acres of Land,?by Virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me as Trustee, by Bushrod M. Neely to procure certain jtidg mpnt Liens in favor of William M. Jones ind others. * or a more pamcuiar uescnp lion of said property, reference isjriven to the Clerk's Ofiice of the County Court of Monongalia County, wherein said Trust deed is recorded. The title to said property is thought to bo indisputable, but, selling ns Trustee, I will only convey such title as ia vested in mo by said Trust Dfed. E. P. FITCH, Trustee. July 31,1554. ts Smith's Ales, Porter and Drown Stout. O. W. SMITH, Respectfully announces to liis nu merous customers and to tiic pub lic generally, that ho will com inenco browing for tho Benson, both at PITTSBURG & WHEEL ING, about tho FIRST OK AUGUST, and will be ready to fill orders for his Ales, &c., (except Kennett, which will be ready about tho FIRST OF OCTOBER,) about tho tenth of that month. ID* The highest pricc paid for good Barley, es pecially that delivered early ia the season. July 29,1S54. 169.3m ~ CHEMICALLY COLORED" DJIG VERREOTYPEH. Adams, Premium Daguerreotypist, from Washington, D. C., has taken rooms, for a few days only, over Oliphant's Iron Store ami will jbo happy to make or exhibit Da guerreotypes of tm entirely difTereut quality from any which have heretofore been made in this place. Mr. A.'sStereoscopic or solid Daguerreotypes nre truly wonderful, and hi* new style of Colored Miniatures surpass in durability and brilliancy of coloring, the finest Ivory Painting?. CO" Cloudy weather as good as fair, ex cept for small children. Morgantown, July 8th. A WAGON FOUND. Tho hind wheels and carriage of a Road or Farm Wagon were taken up in the river be low Morgan'.own, a few days since. For a further description enquire at the Office of1 the Mirror. July 22. Sale of a Valuable Farm IN PRESTON COUNTY, Vu. PURSUANT to a dccrco of the Circuit Court ol* Preston county, pronounced on the 27th day of March, IS53, in the case of William Clii diuter vs. Henry Mostcllcr, I shall, On the 11 th day of September next, the nnine being the first day of tho September term of tho County Court of said county, proceed to &ell the Tract of Land in the bill nnd pro ceedings mentionedj conveyed by tliu said Chiil iuter and wife to the said Mostcllcr, by deed bearing date the 3Cth day of August, 1852, filed in the causo, being 40(i acres, on lower Sandy Creok, in said county, on a crcdit of aix anil twelve months for about $460, tho purchaser giving bond with good security with interest from date of sale as to that sum, nnd ns to the i residue it shall be paid in nnnual instalments of $200, beginning with the 1st day of April next; and as to these instalments, which will not bear interest till duo, tho purchaser will also give bond with good security, nmj tho titlo will be retained until tho purchaao money bo'ull paid. The title iH supposed to be indisputable, but soiling as Commissioner 1 shall convey such title only as is vested in said Mosteller by virtue of tho deed nforesaid, which is a deed with gcnoral warranty from said Chidister. GUY It.C. ALLEN, July 29, 1S5I. ts Commissioner. None of your i Horse Stores! WORE GOODS can be had ut A. Hay momlV fur lliun cuu be hail of uiiy One Hotso Store in Town. July 22. A. I1AYM0ND. Prime IV. O. Sutf.ir, Received this ilny, per steamer "Belle," anil lor ?nlo at SS<50 por hundred lbs. May I, 1801. A. HAYMOND. No. 5 Exlra Herring, l'.eceivml this ilny. iitnl for fule at SS.PO per barrel. [May 4.) A.J1AYJ10ND. That tioofl Tobacco?miwo ol ti !t CAlUtj HAN WAY & C\>, Sale of a Valuable HOUSE aniLJi)T, in Brandunvillc, Preston Ctf. Moses Sliehen ) The dccreo of the Circuit vs. \Court of Preston county,1 George J. Leib. J rendered in the foregoing cause on the 17th day of March. 1854, iuj which the undersigned are named as Com missioners, directs said Commissioners to sell the Mouse and Lot in tli? bill and pro-j ceedings mentioned, to the highest bidder, lieforo the front door of tho Court-Houfe in Kingwood, upon a credit of 0 and 12 months, the purchaser giving bond and security with interest from the day of sale. Tho sale of said Mouse and Lot will be made on the 2d Monday in August, 1&54, (it being Court-day,) at the place and on tho term* above named. Wm. G. BnowN, 25th May, 1854. Ij;o. J. Bkown. SALE of LAND in Prcslon County, Va. John P. Byrne, "] By virtue of a decree vs. I rendered in the forego-; James G. Wade, & f ing causes, on the 20th j William E. Tutt | day of March, 1S51, by! vs. | ilie Circuit Court of Same. J Preston county, Va.the undersigned Commissioners will sell the lands in the bill and proceedings mentioned lying at & near the mouth ol Salt lick creek, in tho county aforesaid, before the frontdoor! of the court-house in Kinuwood, on the Kith ! day of August, 1804. (being Couit day) to the highest bidder, upon a credit of 4, 8, 12 and 18 months, the purchaser giving bond; and ?:ood security for the purchase money,1 with interest from the day of sale. William G. Brown, &, J no. J. Brown. 25th May, 1554. ts. "cash for rags."" WE will pay Four Dollars per hundred pounds Cash for all clean Cotton or linen llags delivered at our Stoie. WHEAT & CHAPLLNE, Jobbers of Notions, PupeL*&& 26 Monroe st. Wheeling. April 2G, 1S54. 3t White Lead?Philadclpl iia Pure White Lead, lor sale by June 17. CARli, HANWAY & Co. DR. GUYSOTT's Improved Extract of YELLOW DOCK & SAKSAPARILLA.j THIS extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsa parilla is a positive, speedy and permanent cure for all diseases incident to Women. Its mild alterative properties render it peculiarly applicable to the slender and delicate constitu tion of the Female. It is unrivalled in its effect upon such diseases as Incipient Consumption, Barrenness, Lea corrhiea or Whites, Irregu lar Menstrual i on, In con and general prostration of the System. The Best FEMALE MEDICINE knows. The peculiar ?maladies to which women arc ?ubjoct, produce great bodily exhaustion, accom panied by a depressed and often gloomy state of mind. As the system declines in strength, there is a loss of nervous power, and this very natu-, rally impairs the energy of thu mind and disturbs | the equanimity of tho temper. Every candid. < woman who ha's suffered from female complaints |. will admit this to be the mournful truth. Now i to obtain relief it is only necessary to stop the ,, tendency to depletion and debility. This is done j by renewing that fountain of health and strength, |: the Wood, and no mcdicine accomplishes this j desirable result so speedily and completely as ; Dr. Guysott's Improved Extract of Yellow Dock j I and Sarsaparilla. j Ladies of pale complexion and consumptive ." habits, and such as are debilitated by those ob- , structions which females are liable to, are res-1, to ml, by tho use of a bottle or two, to bloom and to vigor. q q q 3 q q 0 Newark, New. Jersey, January 25. Mr. Dennett?Wo take pleasure in stating that your Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, gives great satisfaction in every case. A very respectable gentleman informed me that his daughter was troubled with difficult menstruation and other diseases peculiar to her sex. She had not had her regular menstrual dis charges fora long time; but by the use of Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla was rad ically cured. She used Townsend's and others without receiving the slightest benefit, lie had one daughter die front tho same disease. i J. D. TRIPP !i Co. ! Erysipelas cured by the use oj Dr. Guysott's , Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. | Scott township, Vandcrburg co., Indiana,) ! July 4th, 1S53. J j J. D. Pari:?Dear Sir?It is with great pleasure I write about tho very happy effects of your "Dr. j Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa-( rilla," upon my daughter, who has been suiter-! ing under that dreadful disease, Erysipelas, with which she wa? attacked in lS-IS, nnd kho wan at-1 tended by some of our most eminent physicians for eight months persevcringly, without any fion-> elicial effect whatever. She bccamo reduced to j a perfect skeleton. She had ulcers from her! shoulders to her knees which continually dis-| charged offensive matter. Her physicians pro-: nounccd her case hopeless, and boyond the reach j of medicine. My neighbors and myself thought1 her dissolution near at hand. One of my neigh- J bors insisted on my trying "Dr. Guysott's Kx-' tract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla," as a last resort, for as all of our physicians had given her up, there could bo no detriment in it. 1 consent ed to do so, more from a restless desire to do something for my dauchter while life lasted,than from any hope of getting relief. So 1 commenc ed using the medicine according to directions, nnd to my great astonishment, she commenced improving, and beforo she had used eight bottles she was able to walk out. She used, in all, 12 bottles of I)r. Guysott's Yollow Dock and Sar saparilla, which restored her to perfect health, in ! December, 1S52. She is now entirely free from j any vestige of the complaint. I most earnestly recommend it to every person suffering under any similar disease. D. L. MARTIN. I do hereby certify tlmt my father's statement of my lato illness is not by any means exaggerat ed. My health is now perfect, which I ascribo wholly to tho use of Dr. Guysott's Extract oi Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Extract nf a Letter from an extensive Merchant in | l'laiijietd, Livingston co., Mich.: Plainfield, Michigan, April 8, 1852. Mr. John D. Park?Dear Sir?Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is performing some astonishing cures in this place. A Mr. S. II. Strickland has just informed mo that one of his children has been entirely curod of a very severe enso of Scrofula by tho use of only one bottle,? lie had tried almost everything that tho Doctors had prescribed, but all of no avail, ast'ne child continued getting worse. The sores are all heal ed up /ind the child apparently wollj which is justly ascribed to the usuofthu Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Yours, truly, [Signed] R. A. DEAL. ID* Put up in quart bottles, $1 per bottle?six bottles for $5. Sold by J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio, Northeast corner of fourth and Walnut streets? Cincinnati, 0.?General Agent for tho West, to whom all orders must bo addressed* ALSO, FOIt 8A1.B BY j;. IK. Tower if Co. jVorgantoun. L. J. }lagans if Co. Kingtcaod. H. IV, /instills if Co, JintmlonviJlc, iofittA ?V Cart, Fitirnwnf. April IBM.?if. Ii. It. R.?What do the Sick require ? To thosn who think.?If sick, if suffering the tor tures of pnin, or alHictnd with long illness, the invalid** constant hope and most fervent desire is to bo relieved nnd cured ol* tho distressing ail ment tint renders his existence so miserable, in the quickest possible time. On this principle the U.K. R.RIiMKDIKS are founded. Instant Relio from I'ain, Quick Cure of Diseases, Speedy Res toration to Health, is tho great platform on'which the II. II. II. Theory is predicated. The R. R. R. REMEDIES ure worthy of the age. They instantly relieve the bed-ridden from the most excrutiafing pains, and quickly free tho nfllictcd from tho most obstinate and se rio-is maladies, infusing new life nnd vigor in the shattered nnd bruised body, and renew cach mem ber and organ of the human system with strength and power. The R. R. R. Bf.mf.difs con.?*i^t of Radway's Ready Relief. Ra(>\vay'h Renovating Re solvent, and Radway's Regulators. Radway's Ready Relief is for the infant relief of the suficrcr from pain, and to check and nrrest tho progress of diseased; to disinfect ani mal, malarious and infectious poisons, thus pro tecting whoever usus it against nil poisonous in fection from Contagion, nnd from sudden attacks of Cholera, Pneumonia, Ship Fever, Fever nnd Ague, See. Likewise for the effectual and radical removal of nil pains and diseases of the Joints, Limbs, Nerves, &c. Its first action to remove the pain, (hence its usefulness in Ncuraigic cases;) its second, to re pair nnd heal, as in the ense of a cut or wound, if the Relief bo npplied, after the first smarting is over the pnin id extinguished, nnd the work of reparntion now commences. Rut if the Relief is not applied, there are many chances to one that the pain will continue and an inflammation beset lip, and instead of a simple incised wound we have Inflammation?disease to contend with.? Resides its direct power over pain, tnc Ready Relief is the most effectual and convenient coun ter irritant that is known to the medical ?vor!d. If there be a congestion or heaping up of tho blood in any particular part, occasioning pain and threatening inflammation or disease, ns Sore Throat, Lumbago, or pains in the loins, Pleura tic congestion, &c., the Relief will lie found the most invaluable curative. By applying it over tho adjacent parts, the blood is drawn away from tho infected parts, the congestion dissipated, nnd the pain removed nt once. Let any ono who may doubt this but make the trial. Now, these two properties, its power over pain nnd its " counter irritant" render it the most valuable remedy for Diarrhea; and although not an astringent, in the popular meaning of tho term, yet it stops the pain and arrests the discharge of tho most frightful Diarrhita or Cholera in a short time. DISINFECTANT. Radway's Ready Relief is the most sare and powerful disinfectant in the world?as such, i3 a most effectual cure and positive preventive of FJirm AND AG UK. So with other fevers, & all malarious diseases. Ten or twenty drops, taken internally in a little water, will protect the system against any attack from infectious and malarious poisonB. PXKUMO.m, whether Typhoid or Uilious, Radway's Ready Relief, given internally, and applied over the surface of the body, and the bowels regulated & kept soluble with Radway's Regulatou, the patient will soon bo out of danger, and speedily restored t? health. Jt* tho II. R. R. Remedies arc given they will save the life of the patient. RAD\VAY;s RENOVATING RESOLVENT i the second ol the it. R. R. Remedies. It is lor le euro ol old Chronic Diseases that have been ngcring in the system for years. ( IIG1ILY IMPORTANT TO ALL AFFLICTED WITII CllUOXfC DISEASES. For the present, then, lot us pa3s to the consi eration ol* the RESOLVENT, tho second of the iree R. R. R. Medicincs. Radway's Kf.sovatixs Resolvent is for to curs of Chronic Disease, of Inflammation that j i kept nliglit on fire by some sustaining, cause j )T the Chemists tell us tiiat inflammation is a slow oncealcd combustion. And this c'auso is adepo- t it resulting from the inflammation whilst it is in I n active or acute condition, for all discaso is at no time acute before it becomcs chronic. If a . e/bon ha3 Chronic Rheumatism, it is the result j fa deposit in the fibrous tissue surrounding the , >ints; if a person is Scrofulous, those deposits lien show themselves in small lumps under the hin and along the neck; if he have a Consurnp on or Chronic C'ougli, thcro is tuberculous mat?4 J ?r deporiited in the luugs ; if llroiichitis, ittukes lace in the bronchial tubes; if Syphilis, it occurs i every tiesuo and organ in tho whole system, >: that disease spares nothing. Now to euro , liese diseases, these chronic inllnminations, (for , is this in every case,) it is manifest that the isoased deposits* must be first removed, tho sus- ' lining cause be taken away, and that the impure lood be altered in its condition und rendered uro and healthy. ? It becomcs necessary, then, that the absorbents 1 e active and the blood be purified. We therefore .ant a medicine that will act on tho absorbents 1 nd stimulate tlicm into action, and at the same itno purity the blood. Medicines that depend j icrcly on'purifying the blood alone will scarcely ver cure chronic clisense: to ensure success they ' mst at first have the power to stimulate the nb otbents nnd remove the diseased deposits. Tho ction of the RESOdVENT is directed first to the i bsorbrnts, stimulating them into action; and < ccond to the liver, pancreas, kidneys, 4cc. which re tho sewers that nature had established fur ( lurirying the blood. You will, after this dcscrip ion/wo hope, appreciate the Hame we havegiv- ? n to tho seaond of the R. R. R. Remedies of < Innovating Resolvent. It resolves away dis- : ased depositf; it purifips the blood and it ren- | vates the system. Tumors are removed and liscussed by its operation; Chronic swellings arc , lissipatcd; Nodes are softened and melted uway. *hc most loathsome Skin diseases disappear un er its action ; Scrofulous constitutioiu are soon mended, and the disease chucked wherever it , as attacked the system. Syphilis, with all its lorrible train of concomitants, here finds a cer ain and infallible cure; and Consumption too, ftinies finds its master?Consumption that prev lent and lamentable disease of the lungs, that is , o well known to you all, from its fatal ami al- | lost helpless character, and the havoc it produ- ! es among the young, tho most gifted and the I uost beautiful of the human race, creeping over ur vitals with an insidious yet awful certainty, | lid consigning to an early and premature grave , ts yearly hecatombs of victims. Tubcrcular Con uinption is oIIch regarded as a specific disease if the lungs alone. This is a mistake: it is but mo of the forms of Scrofula?it is a Scrofulous lepooit; an inflainmntiou of the lung structure, nil could be as readily cured ns any other Scroll , ilous disease, such aj Rickets, Kip complaint or Vhito Swelling?if it was not for the peculiar tructuro and uction of the lungs in which itiakes iloce. The lungs expand and contract during every espiration; and from the moment the first broath if life is drawn, until the last guttural sigh passes roni the dying invalid, a never censing action is ;ept up on* their part. It will readily be conceiv ed then, lioiv diflicult it must bo for ail Ulcer Vt hn lungs to heal, where it is continually kept rritatcd by the action ot breathing. Understand, thon, wo do not oirer you the RF. !OLVKNT as so certain <1 euro for Consumption >r Scrofula of tho lungs, as it is for other chronic lisuascs. Webcliove that it will cure Scrofula in my other part of tho body, but from tho very laturc oT the cape, this complaint?oxcopt in its irst stages?is oftimes incurablo; but wo can re iommend it as the most certain remedy (when taken ?s directed in our pamphlets) that we pos sess to arrest its progress, and wo can point to a largo number of casts of Lung Disensos that ithas cured. Such, then, is tho Renovatibo Resolv ent. What tho Reliof is to acuto disease the RESOLVENT is to Chronic j it resolves away the foreign and diseased depniwit purifies tho blood and it rouovatcs the system. >0. 3. We now requost tho reader's attention to the third of the R. 11. R. REMEDIES: RADWATS REGULATORS. Every pill taker should oxamino tho thoory on which tho REGULATOllS aro fuundod. Every ono "who takos pills'' will find Radwaps Regu lators tho most pleasant and tale Regulator of tho Liver, Bowels, Kidnoys> and other organs of the systoin in use. Wo have hitherto been treating of diseaio or inflammation in its scute or chronic state, Mdit* remedies j the BELIEF on on?hand and JJpntE tV oilier, \\? now (??ii?JB> tin; consideration of thnt stato of tho system imm<J diatcly preceding disease or inflammation, 'fit Ibritatio.v. To nJlay irritation of the nervotm svstcm,?nd remove its cITccti wherever it exists, and to aid the RELIEF or RESOLVENT in tht treatment of inflammation, aro the chief purpose* of Uiq REGULATORS* But how is nervous irritalion tho cause of dis ease? Uecnuso tho dands of the syatem aro con trolled by tho brawand nervous centers^, and whatever irritates the brain causes irrogtilaritieu of the glands; and when tho glands relusc-tp do their work, tho foreign matter which it is their duty to remove is Jolt in the blood, and increaseM the already existing irritation. The glands aro sewers of tho system, are composed chiefly of the Liver, tho Kidneys, tho l'ancroas, tho Sal ivary Glands, and those of the skin and intestinal canal. Now, a regular and hflnnst-nction ot tho organs is indispensable to keeping tho blood in n pure and natural state. If we give you poison in stead of food to eat, you can easily understand tlmt tho blood will bo corrupted by it, and disea sed action will follow; nnd it will bo just as sure ly corrupted if the glands do not abstract tho worn out materials from it. Again, if tho kidneys be interfered with in their action, from any irritation whatsoever, why then we hare tho salts of tho urine, tho prisonous luea. circulating in the blood, producing head ache's, coma, drowsiness, &c. And, lust and most important of all< if any irri tating causes interfere with the operation of that groat Labaratory tho Liver, behold the disastrous etibcts! Tho bile, instead of passing into tho in testines to aid them in their movements, (for tho bile is Nature's purgative) is loft to circulate in | the blood; tho bowels therefore become inactive, I aud the carboniferous bile (for carbon orcharcoal is the chief competent of bile) circulating in tho I blood is the cause of the fevers of the system.? I The supurabundanee of tho carbon in tho blood, I meeting with the oxygen as it paBsos throOgh tho lungs is slowly consumed, and gives out a super* abundance of heat, and this is fever. Kai)way's Regulators induce ti healthy regularity of glandular action. No Costivcncss, or Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, or Pains in the Side, or Liver Complaint, or Pains in the Kidneys will trouble you if JIadwav's Regulators are taken; ami we positively assure all who arc afflicted ' with these distressing complaints that Radwat's Ilr.cui.AToRs will cure them. R. R. R. REMEDIES are suited to tho treaty mcnt and, unaided, will cure most of "the ill* that flesh is heir to." The sanguinary practice o the lancet, the cupping glass and leeches, they entirely dispense with, and banish forever thw pernicious use of that baneful drug, calomel. If you bo sick, wo advise you to resort at onco to the R. II. R. REMEDIES, as the most prompt in their action, tho most safe and eflectua) reme dies. Instances of diseases prevented, of rapid c;ircs, and almost miraculous recoveries we can furnish you the certilicates and credentials with* out number. Rut these may be obtained without merit ax well as with it, and, without knowing the circum stances prove nothing to your iniud. Tho R. R. R. REMEDIES are for salo by Drug gists evctywhero. Persons desirous of learning # more of our REMEDIES .are referred to our FAMILY FRIEND, a monthly paper? A copy will bo sent free of charge to all who will send in their names and address. RAD WAY & CO. 161 Fulton,street (up stairs)N. York' May ?7, 1854. 249 3m A. C. MILLER, M. D. MEMBER OF THE American lusU'tutc of Ilonifflopalliy. >fiice 011 Court Alley, immediately Soulh of the Court-House, t i n i Morgauloivn, Va, July 3, 1S5-I. "medical card. JDK. II. IV. .7IACKEV, rHAXKFUL for past furors, would most respectfully solicit a continuatiuu o lie believing by strict attention t usiness he con rentier entire satisfaction. CO" He will always be found, when not rofesstonally absent, at Frank. M. Chalfani' )rug Store, JIaiu street, next door to the 'ost Office. Moigantown, July l5, 1S54. 3 AM'J'HEK ARltlVAL 1 CEO. 3!. UAfiAXS & Co, HAVE jnst received a list of Goods?dap eii to the Season, which, with the former lock, they will sell on igost favorubla erms- June 17, 1854. SALE OF REAL ESTATE?" Hclaol Crass, Adm'r, } laria Cress* Widow, &c. 5 13 CtM?5ry I'tirt-uarit to ilio decree rendered in the. nrej;oiii? case at the August term, 1853, of' lie Circuit Court of Piestou county, 1 shall; On (lie IGlli day of August next, t being Cnitrt day, at the front door of thft ouri-house in Kingwood, proceed to sell the jilnd in the bi|l and proceedings mentioned, 'insistingottjTO Tracts of Land,one of 101 lores and th^ottier 40 Awes, lying in the otintv of Proton, on upper Sandy Creek, tear (ieorge "Brown's, 011 a credit of 6, lil nil IS months; the purchaser giving bund nth approved security, bearing interest from he day of sale; u lien will also be retained ipnn the saino until the purchase moneyj* ? G. CUES A P, W July ,i, 183-1, CSGtd Commissioner. Kaveiiswood Kail Koad. THIS subscriber lias sold out, and is doli ng tip his business. Those indebted will.*' ?lease call and pay up, us I do not wish to* dd rost. This is the last cull. <&" 1 still have a good assortment of lasiwgst Ploughs ic, on hand, which 1 will m ell low, ? HENRY DAUGHERTY. 1 July 7, 1851, 055 3t vi AT CHES, QLOCKS, Jewelry, , Tob(icca>'titi,l sewn, -an bo found at theTCcw Dree Store and G'sm ' 4W f-M-CHALFANT. " liarkee's Chciuica! 1'cast Powders." USE THEM, and vnu will noror fall to have ;omJ light Broad, Caic., in. &c, They can b. ?ad at ttic Sign ot tlie fioiden Mortar. Jul; 8. JUST RECEIVED, At the new Drug Store: Ftuahton u Clark's puro Cod Liver Oil, ilium's Elixir of Opium, jayne'i, Louden'i and Had way's Medicines. jJiTmmi Tar'al"1 "A-Ve"'Chcrr)'1Vcto"'-;. bleaching towderst ! [>r Chloride ol'Limo; Salts of Lemon, and Salts (s , rit lartar, now on band and for aalo at the Now. , Drug Store and Glasu Arcade. July 8. j SOO lbs. Cotton bads, ^ 2 chests Imperial TEA, 2 " Y. Hyson Tea, extra good, nn hana an<L!rifia]f by A. HAYMOND. Attention?Ladies! WE would invite the particular attention of the Ladies to a lurae ?uU uicelv assorted lot of Embrolderios, reeefied to-Ja'v and for ' sale, (cheap al|||ur?e,)'ir^ ' July 11 ap oUanrse,) *1 ls5?CiKtt' "iiiWJlT k ??? BACON WANTED, In efhaugti for Goodi. A. HATMONO.