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THB SOLDIBR'S THOCCHT.
Alone I stood on gunnl at night, ?
A metsor flashed ax b wart my night
And a left a Hoe of silver light
AcroM the western sky.
Its hue and fiery train
Revealed ?aeh mountain, dell and plain.
When darknee* apread around agaiu
Its pall of bl&ckeet dye.
Aud thus 1 thought wu human life*
Its hopes audjovs, its curves aud fctrife,
Children and tripods and home and wife
Exist hat for a day.
And gild with evanescent light
Our hearts and home* with colors bright,
Then sink by death hi darkest night
Forever fled away.
Twrntr-clghlh Dny of May?A 8?K"
gestlon to our Cltl*euiu
{From the Fairmont National.)
The twenty-eighth day of May, 1?G1.
will ever live fresh and green in the mem
ories of the loyal people of our count v.
on account of it being the day on which
the patriot troops of Ohio, accompanied
bv the first regiment of ^ ir^inia volun
teers under the brave and noble Colonel
(now General) Kelley. came to rescue
them from the jaws of secessionism.?
The ordinance of secession had then pa**
the Richmond Convention, and under
a reign of terror, such :is the world per
haps never saw, had been adopted by the
tH-opIe; the bridges on the B. & O. llail
road bad been burned: rebel troops had
been concentrate*! from various points at
firafton. and -warrants issued and placed
in the hands of certain secessionists upon
which to arrest our prominent Vnioh
men. Indeed, about that time there war
a deep, dark cloud of despair lowering
. 1 I 1 - rl.ncii n*li r*
upon the hopes and prospects of those who
were determined never to acknowledge c-r
fight under any other flag than that of the
time-honored stare and stripes. Our cir
cumstances, however, were soon made
known to the Government, and on the day f
aforementioned troops came to oar relief. I
and never were a people more thankful j
than were ours. In. view of these t'.ict*.
we think tliis ilay should pa-- into history
with us. We surest, therefore, that our
people call a meeting at the coort-hou^e
to make the necessary arrangements for
celebrating the coming twenty-eighth day
of May in a manner appropriate to the
?>eea?ir>n which gave rise to it, and which
will show our just and sacred apprecia
tion of the glorious benefits and advanta
ges which have resulted to us as a people
from it. Let it, for instance, be set apart
as*a day of general rejoicing; and let the
people throughout the country be invited
to be present on the occasion so that we
can all renew our faith in freedom s cause,
and f-av once more to the world that we
are eitixeus of Virginia in the L&ion aod
of the Union.
HUTS AMD MPS
WIIOLFSiiLE aud RETAIL
S. HARPERS: BRO.
The largest and v.-est selected Slock of
Hats and Caps
Mar always be found as
HARPER &. BRO'S
C8EA* EMmiUMt
jSTo. 129
COR. MAIN ARB UNION JTSn
JOHN T. LAKIN,
[ssocetter to Wheeler A Laiiu.]
WILL RECEIVE AND HAVE OPENED FOE
iupectioa oa Thursday, March 29th, a new
aa?d well selected assortment *?f
Cloths. Cassimeres and Vestings!
Al>? ? complete a?eortn?eat of OEXTLEM?X!S i'CK
NI2HL5G GOODS.
The pair*:** ol the oM firm, and the public :a z*a
eraL ar? re*;>=ct?ally in-cited to e*!l and ?x*miae zaj
tv<k befjte siakiziz tbeir pnrcbaaee at I ittead sell
ing at Ksa;! profit*- to ca?h aad prompt ptircha*?*.
Taztttal t?r ike patroaxge be-?o?ed npoa the t*4
firra. I ?ol?eis * coitiaaaace of the tor the new
establishment. JOHN T. LAKIN. M?*rfcant Tailor,
2*i2?-iwd No. 102 Mafa at.. Wheelfatr.Ta.
FOB. CASH.
OA BBL5. CARBON OIL. I*** '^oaiitr. fur ?*!e by
Z\J T. U. LOGAN A <V?.
and LOGAN. LI5T A 0U_
Wht?e?4e aa-i Uei*:i Druai'U.
Jaaie Wheeling Ya.
WM. SHAFFER,
PRACTICAL WITCH MAKER
JEWELER & EHG2AVER.
nun I5t
Watches, Jewelry,Silver & PI* -cd
Ware,
FANCY GOODS. Ae.
>"o. 'Zi Monroe St.
opposite *. x u bans.
PIG IRON.
TONS Franklin Faraace Pig Metal.
OUvJ No. for sale by
cotII P. C. HILDRCTH t BRO.
MAR.SE1M.KS Ut ILTS, 10-4.11-4. and
li-L Jet received by
f?bll. Ufr~>. R- TAYLOR.
SECOND LOT OP MANTLES.
TJ EC EI V KB this mornlag by Kxyre**. another
?V lot af Ha&dwtte Black Silk SA^l'ES an J
MANTLKS. [apS2) J. S. RHODES.
CHILDREN'S GIGS, another r~
eeived to day, difTeieat rtyles and pricr*. at the
VarWtT ttore of D. NXOOLL A BRO,
sp?4 109 Mala street.
Hi 1 DOZ. Bl'CKfiT*.
OU l&O fTOM BichaniwD * Matches,
30 <5"Z. Zinc WaUi Rards,
No. 1. 2 A 3 Painted Tub*.
AO box** Starch.
in at received as<I lor sale by
.pi9 PAXTOS. DOSLOS k 0QLEB\T.
iilA BAC8 PBI3IE 1UO COFFKB,
1UU SO hlfchMU G. P, Y. H. BUck !?<,
SO buzca S*. 10*. * a. Lump Tob^co,
25? k.(> Maortw .Vub.
SO bote. "CmomtnUl Lje, '
Spim, Shot *a-i l.??a,
on huji uJ br Ml* bv
.pis PA.VTOX. DON'LON t OGLEBA\.
Feather dusters, j=? ?'
the YiiiftT gtore of D. XIOOLL * BKO..
.p-4 IPS Main ?lr^
Boys' Wear.
T)LAIN and Faary Ca&aimerea.
Caahmereta aad Tweeda,
gaaner Cloths, ltaliaa Clothe,
Nankenett aud Drilling*,
unen uucu.
We reepecsfallT invite the attention of bnyeri to
onr^T^I well ~-orted atock of Bo,/Wear,
iocux. ^ ^SeY.
ap29 Reran Stobz, No. 13S Main it
S~~ UNDRIE8 W kegs Bi-Carb. Soda (New Ca^
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
AYER'S
Cathartic Pills,;
(SUGAR COATEDt)
Q ARE MADE TO
Cleanse the Blood and Core the Sick.
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers, Physicians,
.Philanthropists, bead their Ffi-ects,
AND JUDGE OK THEIR VlRTVRS.
POR Tax ccu or
HEADACIIK, HICK UKADACIIE. FOCLSTOMACH.
PirT?r*iii, Fa.. M?y J, ISSi.
Dr. J.C.An*. Elr: 1 hmrt I)?d tn?wlf rated
of Ihr *or-t hra-Nrh- auy body tMO J1**? *>> * (jV*
or t?ro of Tour 1-iIU. Ii <?' ?"?* from ? fool
?u.m?'h, ihirti ?h?j el?.i?"> ?< <"*??- U tbey wtll
core oth<r. ?x !h-v,l<w.i-. th? Cjct u worth kunrfog.
y.,un wilb grMt wp?l, KO. ? . PKtBLfc,
flwt of tht Rtamsr Clarion.
BILIOUS DISORDERS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.
DEPARTMENT nr THE INTERIOR. 1
WiSHlKOTOX. i?. C.. 7 Feb.. 183*. f
Sib; I hare used your Pills in my general and hov
p iti?l practice e?fr since yoa made :heia. an J cannot |
h?Mtat<- tooijr they ir< the liwt rubtrti: we employ. |
Their regulating action ?*n the lir+r is quick aad die- :
cided, c?}DM*|neutly they are ?n admirable remedy j
for Jenn^uvaU of that organ. Indeed. I Lave sal- t
dom Cmnd * ??(? of Litiou r diisut ob?tiu!e tluit
it did not r?---vlilr yield to them
frnternally yours?, ALONZO BALL, M. D-.
Phsrician'nf th* J&xri*t
DYSENTERY, RELAX. AND WORMS.
P?r Orncx, HiBTUXP, Lit. Cu, (
November 16.1S&. >
Dl. Atk : Tour Pllb are toe perfection ->t tse*>
cine. Th^y have done my wife I ?-u
tell you. She had been t*ct uxi ptatK mj vc
moQihi. Went off to be iK<torni a: zxpe*nt
but got no better. She thee r Ukioc tvx? ,
Pilt*. which *joo c?w?i her. by e* fcrif \-u>
titic-s trf *tru? |d?4/ tree h*r t->ly. Ivr a?ter- i
mirld cur>-d her ami oar tw.
entary. of onr n.^M- > Kai :: Aii it* ;
wiie cored him with t?.? 4e*e? e-f y,^r PJ-Ss. *43(
other- arooai u? paid Cpswa i*e w> tw
doctor** bill*, at ! i -nl sk^ tlrw. *rtk;S \*in c
cure*i entirely ?r*3 t^-c_ Ssri * ssfik*^ u jv vi>?
which is actually r*?l a&i wtT!
her* ti Bu. J- *i i?d I > IN.
IXDIGESTION AND IMPURITT OF THE BliMID
JVnsa fn- r. //* sa^r. Pzjsst w' Jcmf (Xwri.
iir?gnm.
Dr. A Tlx: ! hare s-s-i per rob with cxtmcfi
nary rattusi in ny Unkili ?ti aa-.?; ti- -* ! an
called t.? fi?i; ia T.> r>-;r:ss2e lee --rcaa,
erf digestion aid far.fy the akx?3 : ity ana 1_- \rtr .
t**t remedy I Lure eT?r kf aad I ce ?
It raruaw'^l thcza to at friea.?-.
Tonrs. J. T. IIIilES.
wAJMV, vrT5*?4 Co. N Y- Oct. 2-1. !?oi
Deak Sim: 1 am a?:cg vvas Caihi^a Filii ia my '
jwtics. a?d Cod tk<a aa ^ifriknt j<rfktivf to
rleai?*? the ?y?tejn aa-1 pcrifr tl.-e fcmitllli ot the
t i > ?!. JOHN G". MEACHAM. M. D. .
ERYSIPELAS. SCROFULA. KING'S EVIL. TET
TER, TCMUKS, AND SALT RHEUM.
JY*m a Fvr*t-ardi?c Mfrr\a*i y .SLlrfwr. ?i. 4?
Db. A\l%: Your Pills are the .j! all j
i* trr*-*' its a? ?'????. Th^y h??>- cu^S kt Tirtie [
diaehtrrcf cirrTtm* (k*? cjon her Uia i- And ?'
tli*i Kave pr-Ted xur^r*t>mt fx ye*r?. U<r nsother ,
ha? ??i.-cf ^ri-T^a^ly affiicted with bl-.ches 4^.1 i
j-im^Ies on h'-r >kin and in her hair. After -jZT chtla {
*u ^urrd. she also tried yoar PilK arrl ther hart !
cured htrr. ASA M0R*5BRIDGE.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, AND GOUT.
Frw* Err. I>r. e>f U*r JftlVditf t OiurrA j
Pn.t*KX IIoC?E, SUAXM3. Ga. Jan. ?i. ISH
Ilosctu .*!* : I ?iwc!d t* ungrateful i-*r ibe re
lief jour skill k? brotzcht me if I did not report my
cast !'>yos. A cold w-t:l?d ia my li?&b#aod h-viofhr
on exrrutiatiuc u?-aralgie paif>-. wiiirh en-ied ia
chrvaio rheusuAtUm. N?-tw?xh>tandiar I h\J :b?
be-?t of phy4ici^o?.the dl?e*ie pr* xicrx* and w.-%rsrf-.
until, by the ad rice of your excellent a^-*n; In Bal
timore, Dr. MackcUEie. I trir-i your Pill#. Their ef
f?*t? were sbrw.but tore. By pen-cvericg: in the c*e J
of thctn I am now entirely well.
SesiteChak*k*. Batox Rt rcE.tA..0DeoMlSi5.
D*. Al EE: I h*re been ?*n:ir^4v cured by rocr I
Pills* of Bheuuatic Gout?? j^inf 1 <li?en-e hat had 1
affi-cted mo f.-r year*. VINCENT SEIDELL.
FOR DROPSY, PLETHORA, OR KINDRED COM
PLAINTS. requiring an active purjre. they are aa
rxct-1!. at remedy.
FOR COSTIYENESS orCONSTIP ATION, AND AS
A DINNER PILL, they area^rccali'ie and effectual.
FITS, SUPPRESSION*. PARALYSIS. INFf.AMA
nON,and eren DEAFNESS, and PiUTIAL BLIND
NlSS. hate been cured by tl?e alterative acti<?u of
the?e Pills.
Mo<t of the pills in marker contain Met cm y, {
which, altb-.ngh a Talua^le remedy in skilful hands, 1
Is dancerou* in a public piU. from tTje dreadful con- |
?e-4utnc? that fre^ceutir fillow it? incautious use. j
Theae contain no mercury or mineral substauc
* hat ever.
AYER'S CHEURl PECTORAL |
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, IX
FLIEXZA, BRONCHITIS,
WHOOPIXO COUGH,
CItOUP, ASTHMA,
INCIPIENT CON
SUMPTION,
and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanc
ed ??ta|:e<i of the dsiea**.
We oeed t>-?t ?p#-ak to the public of its rirfne#.
Tl>rou<(bout X? to?ii. mo4 alia>?t tr?y hamlet ot
the Anenran States, ill wonderful cur*?A of pulmon
ary complaints have made it airily kinvn. Nay.
few xr- the fimilHr? in a??v <-ivilzae,!*c>*!ntry on thia
o>otineat without s-Kue i>er*ou?l rij*ri(mc? ??f?ts
eSectit, and fewer yet the communities any where
?hichhaven?t am^nz them some lirini; trophy of
:t? victory over tne cuLtle and danr?rn>a< di?An'Mf
the thr.?at *t>1 lamrs. While it is the ::u?t powerful
antidote yet kn*'<wn to man for the f rmida)>:e aad
dau^erou* di?*-a>*-* of the puluv-nary organs. It i.?
alwithe pleaw?nte*t and safest r-nwdy that can I?
employed tr-r iniaats and youa^ j^er^-n-. Parents
*h?.'UlI Lave it :n 'ton against the in?i?luoca etiemy
that ateala vpooxhem uprepared. We have aban<f
aal cr und?Ui believe the Cherat ItrTOEaL caves
more live- by the <cn-gmpti. n- it prerents than
thie<; it cures*. Keep it byyoturcre yaorculdj while
they are curable, n- r neglect them until us human
?kill.-an master the inex-.trable-eankerthat. fastened
on the vital*, mla your life away. All know the
dreadful fatality ,>f lunr disvrdenC and us they know
too the virtue- ??{ thi? reu?edy. at need. t*?t do m<?re
than to at-crt- them it la still made the be*t it can be.
We ?pare no cost, nor care, no t.,il t?? pmdnce It the
a?t perfect pcMible, and thus afiocd tbM? who rely
on it the be?t a^ent shich our ?ki11 can fumi?h tor
their cure.
Prepared byDS. J. C AYER,
/Varfuvi a ad Analytical CS'.MisL, Lccll, J4 ass. j
And K>ld by A. C.GOOD t CO.. and by ail l)ro?oft< ,
and dealers in Medicine everywhere. " mYilS
JAS. M. DILLON,
No* 107 9I?rltct Street.
WHEELING, VA.
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER, ]
A!f?
Z1R.ASS FOUNDRY.
Dealer in* wrought iron, galvanized.
and all sires of Lead Pipes. Shee* Lead. Bra?*
Cock* and Valves. Steam Whi#tks. Steam and Water
Guajree. Lift and Force Puiupa. Link*. Hose. Antifric
l ir*u Mttal, Brancer Tin. Zinc, Antimony, Crocibels,
ialvanized Lightning Rods. Insulators and Points.
\ iENT FOR TUK MEN EEL Y BELL*. Aqueduct
Pi; v* constantly on liand*
CwU paidf>r Copper, Brass and Lead.
octlO
First Stock Spring Goods!
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
COOPEH & 8ENSENEY.
\*7"E are opening a muc'a larger stock than ueua
? of all kinds FANCY * STAPLE DRY GOODS.
And are offering them at th ? l>w??t market price*
Foa C v-ii. to which we reif?ectfuUy invite the *tt a
t! a or boy en ^mh3} CO >PER 4 SKN*KNEY._
I^Ott WATCH MAKERS^Watcl! Gla?
?*. Hand-. Mai:i^>rinj<<. Case Springs. Brushes,
Screws Cylinder*. Vrrp> Silver Plyer*. Watch Oil.
Screw Driven. Pin Tooga. Joints. Catches. Silk and
Ribbon Guards. Steel Chains, Keys, Ac., by graaa or '
dozen, fc>r side by
oot^ J. T. SCOTT Jt CO.
SHAWLStSHAWLg, SHAWLS^
Square Brocha Shawls, worth $12. f->r $4, only.
Long do do 3D ? 9 ?
Reveraable, Stella and Blanket Shawls, in great
variety at (?ept30) ALEX. HEY MAN'S.
BUCKETS A TUBS-?loo doxen assorted
Buckets, SO doc. Xo. 1,213 Tubs, for sale by
febl7 J. A. 31KTCALF.
rrOBACCOS.??) boxw ia, dark and sweet.
1 40 caddie* ttm.
juat received and for sale by
mh29 M. RE ILLY.
B. KDS a. GO'S MARKUU INK, j
? in Castelated Case, for writing on Linen. Cam
brie, Muslin, Ac., without preparation, a most deair
able article, at the Variety Store of
D NICOLL k BRO.,
nov27 10d Main street.
LIST, MORRISON & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEA I
LERS. Noa. 76 and SO Main street, offer
uleat lowest rate*.
lMhhds. fair to choice N. 0. Sugar.
400 bbls. prime Molasses, (oak cooperage.)
100 half barrels do do
160 bags Rio Coffee.
26 do Java do
100 bbls.Baltimore and Phlladelphia Syrups.
1TOJB Stockholders of the Citizens'DepositBaak an I
. hereby notified that an election for nine Direc j
ors. to aerve for the ensuing year, will be held at I
ta banking heaae on Thnrsdar. April 10, I5d2- 1
marll JOXUT K. MILLER,Cash.
TRANSPORTATION.
officeorthku.io.u.r.cu ,
Vt nitU5G, 2Vth March ?
Kksumption or BUdiicBssoxthk'baAt
3IOKK t OHIO KAIL KOAD. n? Couuut
?-'k??IbonJOgMj recunrtrected tl.e break. ifttw
T aT "/ ' *r r?"1- ""J" <W?S??T
SSSi^JS? toT""r r~UBWJ <??" tOM*^ t??
jwrtalioo, will, o? aud alter rne*Ur. the l-t
|?i t?Z*J?*,uS',r ,r*i" ? f?Uo?S-th.
lop thonmgbljf anl completely guarded
Mail Tndtt, will Imtp WLteiinf at U-dti P \l
wool at lO:a> P. M? arrire M
Ketorainj^-leave Baltimore ai &4*> v \i <P^ J *
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I I J1 J*3* A-?> ;.:.j.-.
A. 31.. arrive a* Cuait*rlaa-.J a; j- ^
, ~iurn:n?' leave CttmUtLiaJ at T |1 A v art
at U'hevlbg a: fell) P. M. * * *w'*
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Wtarhe*! L ata do.
Krotrn ? m
Cream ? ??
CS>n.,ft ?!
Itomask T?weU.
Huckaburk Towels.
RttasUCrnth
fcb u Jn" r*c"T*d Ot
_ ? ? ? 80- H.TAVL0R.
Spring Styles Silk Hats
jpst received at
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L? D^Jf<;rw
=4 - CmAM.
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30 " B. Soft Crashed. '
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*J~We hsv*. a: a h?avyexpen?!?tnrfwfttrrmfcedonT
1 0* ?* ?:U all MrtiMrT nuireriAl*. embracing
TTTK. RULES. ?*>RDRRS, CUT?. Jtc..
j Of ?h* latest and usost ?*A?o?bk stylo*,render it
I ca{*b3e of executing work. tqual to that ?f##r other
; MttMvltumt ;a the city, oad jwsswwf facilities in
the ?j of Steam. ?c_ for -i?ins work. expeditiously.
atKurj**?<-*1 by any i^her odSce- w? respectfully pi*
sent oar riaiais fjr a -Kat^ of public jotrowmjs,w?
rirur th:?e who e-ntra-t their work to avtlat no effort
shall b* wanting to pre entire sattsfcctiou.
e,tU.-W CAMPBELL * MDERMOT.
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
CoitsbM. Colds, nnd
H oarsenes?i.
BiutnoA M Df<r.SMS55.
D*_ J.C. Ayeb: Id)BPthe#iUtetn
?ay t he be*t remedy I hare ever found
for Coughs, Hcarx-nf^*. Influenza.
and the conr^mitant syufpfoins of a
Coil, i- your Chkkbt PtcroU^ Its
constant in ray practice and my
family for the last ten years has I
fh./wn it to potsess superior virtoes-J
for the treatment ~ of the** com
plaints. EBEN KMGllT. M. D.
A. 15. MORTLEY, Ks<*.. of Ctipa. N. Y? write*: "I
hare u-?ed your Frcinral myself In my family ever
#ince you invented it. and believe it the best medi
cine for its purpose erer j?ut ??ut. With a bad coM I
-U?uM *wv?ner pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle
than do without it, or tako any other remedy.**
Croup. Whooping Cough, Influenza..
Swaso field. Miss. Feb. 7,1656.
Beoyozk Am: I will cheerfully certify yemr /Ve
toed! i-s the bent remedy we possess for the cure of
tvlKwjiing cough, croup, and the chart diseases of
children. We of your fraternity in the South ap
preciate vour skill, and commend your medicine to
our pctjj.Ic- lUKAil CONKLIX, M. D.
AMOS LEE, Esq., Moxran, la., writes, 3d Jan.,
1S56: -I had a tedious Influenza, which confined ine
in door* fix weeks: took many medicine* without re
lief: finally tried your rccUrrnl by the advice of our
clergyman. The first dose relieved the *oreness in
my throat and lune?; less than one half the bottle
a:!tde me completely well. Wur medicines are the
cheapest a? well as the best we can buy, and we es
teem you. Doctor, and your medicine*, as the poor
man's friend.**
Asthma or PhttUalc* and Bronchitis.
West Mancbestex Pa- Feb. 4.1S5G.
Sib : Tour O.trry Pectoral is performing marrel
lous cure-* in this It has relieved several
from alitnning kyinptouis of consumption and is now
curing a aiau who has labored under an affection of
the luugs for the last forfy year#.
HBNKY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY. >1.13- Albiox, Moxeoe Co.. Iowa,
writes. Sept. 6, ISoo: String my practice of many
year* I hare found nothiug equal to your Cherry
'rtci-rol for giving *a-*e and relief to consumptive
patients, or curing roeb as are curable.*'
We nvght add volumes of evidence, but the most
convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is
found in its effects upon trial.
Consumption.
Probably do one remedy has ever !?een known
which cured so many and such dangerous cases aa
this. Some no h-.man aid can reach; but even to
the*.* the Chrrry I>ct**rat affords relief and comfort
A*toe House. New Ycbx City, March 5.1656.
1>octoh Art*. Low Sir: I feeflt a duty and a pleas
ure to iuform you what your Cherry Pechf-al has
done formy wife. Shehad beenfive months laboring
under the dangerous symptoms of Confumption,from
which no aid we could procure gave her much relief.
She was steadily Ceiling, until Dr. Strong, of this
city, where we have come for advice, recommended
a trial of yonr medicine. We bless his kindness, as
a e do your skill; foe ahe has recovered from that day.
She is not yet a? strung as ?he u*ed to be, but Is free
fro ? her cough, and calls herself well.
Youk with gratitude and tegard,
ORLANDO SHELBY, op Sbosytills.
am/unpii'ra. do not despair till yon have tried
Atrz'6 CheujiV PtjCTOSLiL. It is made by oue of the
best medical chemists in the world, and its cures all
around us besj>eak the high merits of Its virtues.?
rfaUxdtfpfiui Le4yzr.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
rpUE sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have
JL been taxed their utmost to produce this best,
most perfect purgative which is known to man. In
nnmerable proofs are shown that these Pills have
virtues which surpass in excellence the ordinary
medicines, and that they win nnprecedentedly upon
the esteem of all meu. They are safe and pleasant
to take, but powerful to cure. Their penetrating
properties stimnlate the vital activities of the liody,
remove the obstructions of Its organs, purify the
blood, and expel disease. They purge out the foul
humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate
sluggish or disordered organs into their natnrnl ac
tion . end impart healthy tone with strength to the
whole oyptem. Not only do tbey cure tin* every-day
complaints of evtry laxly, but also formidable and
dangerous diseases that have baffled the best of hu
man skill. White they produce powerful effects,
they are at the same time, in diminished dnses. ths
safest ami best physic that can be employed for
children. Being sugar cowted, they are pleasant to
take; and being purely vegetable^ are free from any
risk of liarrn. Cures have been made which snrpass
belief were they not substantiated by men of such
exalted position and character as' to forbid the suv
picion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and
physicians have lent their names to certify to the
public the reliability of my remedies, while other*
have sent rue the assurance* ?>f their conviction that
my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief
of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish grat
is n?v American Almanac.' containing directions for
their use and certificates of their cores, of the Col
ouring complaints:?
Costiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism,
Dropsy. Heartburn. Headache arising from a foul
Stomach. Nausea, Indigestion. Morbid Inaction of
the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom. Flatulency,
Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutaneous Dis
eases which require an evacuant medicine, Scrofula
or King's Evil. Tbej also, by purifying the blood
and stimulating the system, cure many complaints
which It would not be supposed they could reach.
Such as Deafness. Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability.Derangements of the liver and
Kidneys, Gout, and other kindred complaints arising
from a low state of the body or obstruction of its
functions.
Do not be pat off by unprincipled dealm with
*ome olb?r pill thcr mice mar. profit oa. Aik for
Am1! ntu. lad bx? DothlDt ?I?. No oth.r tb?y
tn girt JOB comp?Tva with this Id it. intrlniic TClna
or ranUr. power*. Tbe ?kk nat th? bat mid
thfre it for them* and thejr ?hoaM h?re It.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATSR,
Pradical and Amttftieal Cktmitt, Lotxll, Hon.
Pun as Cm. hi Box. Pitx Boxn mil.
Sold by A. C. GOOD A CJ. ?nd by U1 DranctoU
ud DaCcn in Utdkin. .Twywhere. mhlS
New Spring Wall Paper.
JCBT OPKNKD, a nrj handnm. Stock of VhM
and Conaua Wall Papm. .
Tor Hie cheap by JOSEFQ GHATE3,
Abas ? >o.30Uonixie *t.
r 131 DOW GLASS*?SOOO ban. ??.fd
. . iliH, hath Ptttabsr^ a?d Wlwalioc mak.
tor a), at Btwharort prim by
W1
Attontion 4th Regiment Virginia
Militia.
'1MIK Companies comprising the 4th Regiment Va.
JL MUltlm will assemble for company master and
election of officer* to All vacancies, where toy exi*t,
m the fallowing day* ami places:
Company No. 1?At the public house of George
Kckhart, on Monday, April 14tla, at 10 o'clock A. 31.
Company Iwttudi trom Glenn's Knn to Eckhart's
uuiii, aud from the river to the hill.
Cotupauy No. 8?At the Court House, on Tuesday,
April 16th, at 10 o'clock A. 31. Bounds from Union
to Monroe street, aud from the river to the hill.
CVmipauy No. 0?At the Court House, on Wednes
day. April lt'tli, at 10 o'clock A. 31. Bounds from
Mi?iv? to yuinov streets, aud from Sixth street to
the ri*er.
tVmpauy No. 10?At the corner of Sixth and
Centre ?u Thursday, April 17th, at 10 o'clock
A. 31. Bound* from Sixth, between Monroe and
Centre streets, to the creek.
Company No. 11?At the corner of Sixth and
Qulucy streets, ou Friday, April hth, at 10 o'clock
A. 31. Bound* front Sixth. between Qulncy and
CVttlw. to Fourth street, aud from Fourth street, be
tweeu Quincy ami John, to the riTer.
t\x'i|4nj Ao. 12?At the corner of Fourth and
John street*, on Saturday, April IVtli, at 10 o'clock
A. 31. Ikmnds from Fourth, between John and Cen
tre street*, to the creek.
CVu?i?any No. IS?At the Rough and Heady Engine
House* ou Monday, April 21st, at 10 o'clock A. 31.
Round* trom Garfortli's alley, between John and
?ane street*, to the creek.
Company No. 14?At the corner of Fifth and Clay
streets. on Tuesday. April *2d, at 10 o'clock A. 31.
Bounds from tlartorth's alley, between John and
Zane streets, to the stow bridge, and from the saw
mill, between Xaue and Clay, to 7th street.
iVmpaur No. 15?At the corner of 7tl? and Clay
streets on WeducMlay. Aprsi 23d, at 10 o'clock A.
31. Bounds from 7th, between Clay and Zane streets,
to the creek, and from the creek, between Clay st.
and creek, to 6th street
Cantpany No. 16?at the corner of Sixth and Clay
on Thursday. April 24tb. at 10o'clock A. 31,
Bound* from Sixth street, between Clay street and
the creek to the wire bridg *.
Company No. 17?At the corner of Mill alley and
Market ?lrwt. ou Friday, April 25th, at 10 o'clock
A. >1- lkiuiidi from the creek to 3lill alley and from
the ri*er to Uarfcrt ftreet.
Company Xo. IS?At the corner of 3Iarket and
| Third street*, on Saturday. April 20th, at 10 o'clock
A. 31. Bound* from 31&rket ?treet to the hill, be
i tween the crtek tm>l Third street.
Company No. 10?At the Centre Wheeling Market
| lloa*c. en Monday, April 2*tb. nt 10 o'clock A. 31.
Bounds trom Market street, between Mill and Mar
j ket alleys, to the river.
Compauy No. 2i>?At the Centre Wheeling Market
Iloase, on Tuesdav. April 2yth, at 10 o'clock A. 31
; tbutkU from Market street, between Second and
? Third streets, to the hill and between 31arket alley
, and Second street to the river.
Company No. 21?At the corner of Second and
! Market street, on Wednesday. April30tli. at 10 o'clock
A. M. Bound*.all between Second and Firrt streets.
Company No. ??At the corner of First aud 31 ar
ket streets, on Thursday, 3lay 1st, at 10 o'clock A.
! y. Bounds, all betwoen First aud Division streets.
| Company No. '?}?At the comer ot Filmore and
Prescou ?trvets ??n FriJay, Msy 2d, at 10 o'clock A.
M. Bound* from DiTbion street to Caldwell's run.
Company No. 25?At the corner of Pine awl Third
streets, oo Saturdoy. May 3d, at 10 o'clock A. 31.
Bounds from Kailnotd to l*ine street, aud from the
river to the hilL
Company No. 2fi?At the corner of Fourth aud
Vine street-, on 3fonday, Slay 5th. at 10 o'clock A
M. Bound*, all between Pine and Vine streets, and
frrom Vine to Walnut streets, from the river to 4th
streets.
Compauy No. 27?At the corner of Fifth and Wal
nut streets, on Tuesday. 3Iay 6th, at 10 o'clock A.
M- Bounds trom Fourth, between Vine and Walnut
streets, to the hill, aud all between Walnut and
Chestnut streets
Compoar No. 2S?At the corner *?l 5tli aud Chest
nut streets, ou Wednesday. May 7th, at lrt o'clock
A. 31. Bounds, all lyiug South of Chestnut street,
to Marshall countv line.
Companle? No. 2, 3, 4,5,6, 7 and 24, at.such times
and phmss their several commanders ntav order.
By order. J. 31. BICKEL.
*1^ - - Adj't 4th Kept t Va. Militia.
BALTIMORE
Commercial College!
Poosao, 1852- ? ?Cbaktzxz?,1S54
LOCATED,
Cor* Baltimore and Cliarles-Sts.,
BALTIMORE', M D,
a<HJS INSTITUTION IS NOW IN THE M0S1
X prosperous and Nourishing condition. Twice du
ring the last two years has it beeu necessary to obtain
larger apartments for the accommodation of the in
creasing number of students, representing near!)
every State in the Union. 6 3
It now occupies one of the most conspicuous and
desirably located building* in the city. The rooms
are commodiously arranged, spacious and elegant!)
furnished.
The advantages and facilities here offered to young
men desiring to qualify themselves properly for th?
various duties of the Counting Room, or to obtain a
Thorough Practical Busrnrss Education generally, are
unsurpassed, in any particular, by any similar estab
lishment in the United State*. ?
FACULTY<
K. K. LOS IKK,
Principal?Lecturer on the Science of Accounts. Com
merce, Bosinees Customs, etc.
_ ' J. M. PHILLIPS,
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Book-Heepins
and Cotumerical Calculations.
ILH.DAYLL'g,
Associate Profemirof Book-Keeplus.
N.C.JOHNSON, i
Professor of Business and ornamental Peumanshln.
S. T. W f LLIA3IS, Esq.,
Lecturer on Mercantile Law.
Rxt. E. YEATES REESE, D. D-,
Lecturer on Commerial Ethios.
TRUSTEES:
Hon. Jno. P. Kennedy, Hon. Joshua Vansant,
Hon Tho. Sw.nn, Mm. H. Keighler, E*,.,
Jacob Trn-<t, Win. Enibt. Km.
The Collcfre t? provided with . Commercial Library
or Standard WcrltJ, exprealj- for the oh of the Sto
dents.
Each Etnd.nl has a d?k to himself, and la leoa
rately instructed.
There being no racatlon daring the Tear, Sodenta
can enter at any time.
fr^*s?t?5*!!^kr>qnlr*d,oOTmph,*,hefaiieo,,rw>
A Diploma la awarded to all Gradnatca.
Alargeand llenstlfally Ornamented Circular, con
tainin? upward, of MX Nvui hit. representing the
Exterior and Interior Mew or the College, rariont
diaracterbtk de?ign?, p.-nman?hip, Ac- lent by mail
fret of charge, accompanied with catalogues!ring fnll
particulars. Address E. K. LOS1ER
Raltinurr* AM.
LOOK TO TOUR INTERESTS!
More Cheap Dry Goods
I JUST RECEIVED AT
| JOHN ROEMEB'S,
No. 33 Hain St, Centre Wheeling.
I A3! pleased to be &*1? to inform the citizens ?f
Wheeling, and the Public in jreneral, and the La
| dies in particular, that I am receiving a large lot of
: EXCELLENT MADDER PRINTS,
worth 15 cputa, for 12% cents, and Muslins and
1 other Domestic Hood* in proportion.
All pervons buying goods tor CASH, are particu
larly invited to give iu an early call, if they wish
to save money.
Both WWmuU and Retail.
At No. 33 Main su, Centre Wheeling.
. _ _ JOHNWMbtfR.
" A RARE CHANCE!
FlOM thio day on until the 1-rt ol January n?*t,
1 will tell all my
CLOAKS ?fc PURS _
at less thau first cost, to induce everybody to buy a
nkfc Christmas or Near Teat's Gift.
. COMB OSR, COME ALL I -
Select a nice present for your mothers, wires, sis
tern or daughter*, at ALEX* HKYMAN'8.
dec34 187 Main st-Wheeling. Va.
Bridal Presents.
SOLID SILVER WARE.
JUBT BECEIVED PER ADAMS EXPRE8S. A
?superior stock of savpr. Ware. Consisting of Pis
Cake, Ice Cream, Jelly, Toast and Fish Knives; Su
gar Spoons and Lifters, Silver Salt Cellars and Bpobni
in seta. Fish Kalres and Forks in seta, Individual
Salts. Napkin Rings, Pickle Knivm and Forks, 8flver
Card Caws and Port Mosmalee, Speooa, Cope, Got
lata, Ac~ Ac. fjanll] J.T.SQOTTACO
Fine Silver Plated Ware.
FINE Silver Plated Spoons, Forks, Knives. Cas
tors, Salt Cellars, Butter and Fruit Dishes,
Cake Baskets, Cups, Ac-, tor sale by
mh34 J. T. SCOTT A CO.
R BBLS* Srta, Tuiieuttae,
UlO " Linseed OIL Western
Tanner's Oil. Bank,
4 44 Castor OO, for aal* by
decTl LAUGRLINS A BCSHFIRLD.
SCRUBBING BRC8HES.-10OA*. Scrub,
blag Brushes, will be sold at very lAr rates, to
close out, by (aplft) T.H. LOGAN A OO.
WINDOW. SHADES?Baff Holland, at
2S ct?. per yard, do do at 30 cts. per yard,
a per pair/Paper
*?s
25 ct?. per yard, do do at 90 eta.
OiM Transparent Blinds at ftOeta ]
Blinds of every description, for sale
apt JQg. GRATES,
BOTTLES?Hoek Wines, Claret Wines, and
Brandy Bottles, in packages to suit city trade,
tor sale by [fob111 J. A. MRTCALF.
[SK STANDS, RULERS, LETTER
, Ac, tor sale cheap, by JOS.G! . .
febd " No. 10 Monroe st?
?UCARS.?U hhda prime Porto Rico 8agar
50 barrelssoft^cnahs&iast receivedandfas-ad
MAYORS OF THE
Great Cities.
that
iun*
? vur KTenu nnee nave nirnHi a uocuuent of as*
turn nee to u? that the remedies of DK. J. Q. AY Kit
k CO., of Lowell, (Ayer a Sar&tpfcrilla, I'illt, Ague
uure, and Cherry Pectoral,} have been found to be
uedicincs of great excellence, and worthy the con
ldrnce of the community.
HON. .TAMES COOK,
Mayor of LOWELL, MASS
HON*. ALBIX BEARD,
Mayor of NASHUA, N. H.
HON. K. W. HARRINGTON.
Mayor ,.f MANCHESTER, X. II.
HON. JOHN ABBOTT.
Mayor of CONCORD, N. II.
ON. A. II. BCLLOOK.
Mayor of WORCESTER, MARS.
HON. NATH'L S1LSBKK,
Mayor of SAI.EK, MAW.
HON. F. W. LINCOLN. Jr.,
Mayor of BOSTON. MAPS.
HON. W.M. M. KODMAN,
Mayor of PKOVIDKXCK, R. i;
HON. AMOS W. PREXTICK,
Mayor of NORWICH, CONN.
HON. J. N. HARRIS,
Mayor or NEW LONDON, CONN
HON. CHAS. S. RODIER,
Mayor of MONTREAL, C. E.
HON. D. V. TIEMANX,
Mayor or NEW YORK CITY.
HON. U. M. KINSTRV,
Mayor or HAMILTON, C. W.
IIOS. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor or TORONTO. C. W.
HON. K. M. BISHOP,
Mayor or CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HON. I. II. CRAWFORD,
Mayor of LOUISVILLE, KY.
HON. JOITC SLOAN,
Mayor of LYONS, IOWA.
HON. JAME8 McFEETERS,
Mayor of BOWMANVILLB, C. W.
HON. JAMES W. NORTH,
Mayor of AUGUSTA, Vt.
HON. HENRY COOPER. Jr?
Mayor of HALLOWELL, ME.
HON. JAMES S. BEEK,
Mayor or FREDERICTON, N. B
HON. WILLARD NYE,
Kayor of NEW BEDFORD. MASS.
HON. J. BLAISDELL,
Mayor of FALL RIVER, MASS.
| HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor or NEWPORT, R. I.
HON. FRED STAUL.
Mayor of OA LEX A, ILL
UOX. JOHN HODODKN.
Mayor or DUBUQUE, IOWA.
HON. THOMA8 CRCTC EI FIELD,
Mayor or CHATTANOOGA, TEXN.
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
Mayr.r or TUSCALOOSA, ALA,
HON. R. D. BAU01I,
Mayor or MEMPHIS, TENN.
HON. GERARD STITn.
Mayor or NEW ORLEANS, LA
HON. IL D. SCBANTON-,
Mayor or ROCHESTER, N. Y.
HON. DE WITT C. OROTE.
Mayor ?f UTICA, N. Y
HON. OEORCE WILSON,
Mayor or PITTSBURG, PA
HON. C. II. BUHL,
Mayor or DETROIT, MICH
now HEM AX L. PAGE.
-Mayor or MILWAUKIE, WIS
HON. W. W. VAUGHN.
Mayor or RACINE, WIS
nON. A. FARR,
Mayor or KKXOSIIA.Wl;
HON. JOHN C. IIAINUS. '
Mayor of CHICAGO. IL1
HON. M. J. A. HEATH,
Mayor or SELMA, ALA
HON. A. J. NOBLE.
Mayor of MONTGOMERY, ALA
HON. W. 8. UOLYBAS.
Mayor of COLUMBUS, OA
DON ESPARTERO MA.1CKL,
Mayor of VERA CRUZ
DON PIETRK DE CABALLO,
Mayor of MEXICO
DON ESTEPHAXIE RODRIGUES.
Mayor of UAYANA
DON ANTONIO KCHfiVERA,
Mayor of LIMA, PERU
BON M. G. MILAXGNO.
J Mayor of VALPARAISO, CHILI
DON MARO SESQUII'EDALIA
Mayor of RIO JANEIRO, BRAZIL
certlfr lhJt th<> DniKsitt. hare a?re<l
them
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
I. - ?cl.ent TO^??,y th. ^.nc,
-J?SlSarsaParil,a
For Purifying the Blood.
*?r SeroftUa or King". EtB.
r-r Tomon, Ulcer., and
For Eruption. and Mmple.
For Blotch ea, Blaln* and BolU.
For St. Anthony. Mr.,^ w
?or Tetter or Salt Shenm.
?or Scald Uoad and HIngworto.
For C??.r and Ctaceroo. Sore.
For 8ore Eyea, Sore Ear% and Hu.*,.
*br female Diseae??.
for SoppreMon and I^eguUrtty.
Syphili. or ToohI DiMara
tor Lirer Complaint..
?"or Itaimoftv Heart.
?*^^mbaa^Md^SL?f?,t*,lw ,h? Ut?Hed
Brazil, Mexico, and I?Ti"0l**? Chili, p,?
thii contlneat. W.S!' ^ all the cities
aanira their neonl* thia document, to
?f ? portion B"1 QPr apac. ?jUo?aT
Ayer?? 8awapjtriUa,
Ayer>? Cherry Peroral,
Ayer-a MJ1?, ,nd
Ayer's Ague Cure,
nviiD IT
Dr" J" C -CO.,
Wttu; mass.
"The PEN is Mightier than the
Sword."
The Golden?'The Best of all Pens.
MORTON'S GOLD PF.NS
Tlie Beat Pens lu the World.
ON ItKCKIPT OF ANY OF THfc FOLLOWING
suuib, in Caah or P??t-Offlce Stamp-, th* aut,
acriber will aend by return of mail, or otherwise >1
directed, a Gold Pen or Pens, ttl'xtivj th? turne 'a.,
cvrding to tu-tcriprion, viz:
GOLD PENS WITHOUT CASE?,
For 26cents, the Magic Pen; tor38 cent*, the Luckv
Pen; for fiO cents, t he AI way a Ready Pen; for 76 cent#
theElegant Pen; and for $1, the Excelsior Pen. *
The si zee are, Nor. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
TUB SAME PENS IN SILVER-PLATED EXTEN
SION CASES, WITH PJSNC1LS.
For f?0cents.the Magic Pen; for 70cents, the Luckv
Pen; for $1, the Always Ready Pen; tor $1.25 th*
Elegant Pen; and for$1.50, the Kxcelfior Pen. Thr?.
are well-flni"lied, good-writing Gold Pens, with Iri
dofttniu points, the average wear of everyone of whirl."
will far outlast a gross of the bewt Steel Pens.
The name ?t "A. Morton,'" -Number." ami "tyul
Ity" are stamped on the following 1'ens, and the
Points art* warranted for six months, except agait?*
accident. The nnmlers indicate size only.-'so i
b*-ing the snuillest. No. 6 the largest, adapted fertile
pocket; .\o. 4 the smallest, and No. 10 the larce?r
Mammoth Gold Pen, for the detk. Long and Ulr,
ditun Nib-of all size* and qualities. Short Nib* ?,f
No#. 4, 5, 6, and 7 are made only of first qualit/.
GOLD PENS, WITHOUT CASES.
For 7.r? cents, a No. 1 Pen, 1st quality, or a \'n
Pen. M quality.
For ?1, a No. 2 Pen, l*t quality, ot a No. 3 p*n 2d
quality, or a No. 4 Pen, 3d quality.
For $1 25, a No. 3 Pen, lft quality, or a No. 4 Pc?
2d quality, or a No. 5 Pen. 3d quality.
For *1.60, a No. 4 Pen. l?t quality, or a No. i pel,
2d quality, or a No. G Pen, 3d quality.
For $1.76, a No. 5 Pen. 1st qnalitv. or a No f? Phi
2d quality.
For $2.25, a No. 6 Pen. 1st quality.
THE SAME GOLD PENS. WITH SILVER KXT*\
S10N CASAS, WITH PENCILS.
For $1.&0, a No. 1 Pen, let quality, or a No. 3 p?-u
3d quality. ?
For $1.75, a No. 2 Pen, 1st quality, or a No. 3 Pen
2d quality, or a No. 4 Pen. 3d quality.
For $2, a No. 3 Pen, 1st qoalitv, cr a No. 4 Pen *? l
quality, or a No.5 Pen, 2d quality.
For $2 50, a No. 4 Pen, l>t quality-, or a No. 5 Pen
2d quality, or a No. 6 Pen, 3d quality.
For $3, a No. 5 Pen, 1st quality, or a No. 6 Pen
quality.
Fur $3.50. a No. 6 Pen, 1st quality.
GOLD PENS. ALL FIRST QUALITY. IN SIIYrp
MOUNTJED DKSK-IIOLDRRS.
For $2, a No. 4 Pen, for $2*5. a No. 5 Pen. lor $2 73.
a No. 6 Pen. for $3^0. a No. 7 Peu. *
a x?Tw'petl.0' 8 f?r * Xo' 9 Pto* au'3 for K
t ??e *?#t I.11*1'1*" ttr? pointed with the rery be*t
Irid'Muin point*. carefully selected, and non- Jir thU
?P*5rV>,d with t,J* imperfection which
skill and the closest scrutiny can detect.
The **2d quality** are superior to any Pen* mau
by luia previous to the year l*CO.
? iutemIs shall equal in respect
to Durability. Elasticity. and Good Writing Qualities
(theojdy^rne considerations) any Gold Pens made
In regard to the cheap Gold Pens, be bega lrart to
say that, prerious to operating his New and Patent
fd Machinery, he could not ltare made as Good Writ
ing and Durable Pea* for the Price, bad the eold been
furni?lied gratuitously.
? ******* jittering mtut in all intt&nc** specify the
*un.ur" and ?y,.a,:,w- u.t J<?. cr itu.'an l
Cfeaet tcant'd. and be varfimlar to describe the hind
of pent they jrre/,r?whether TtiJ or limber, course
or fine.
'*?* For !'Tdealer* in the line throughout
the cntintly. Addreu
A. M0RT0X.
Xn. 25 Maiden Ijine. Xtr Vcrk
Any on. lending a.injle luur post stamp ulUrt
l 5 clrculf ",th <*'= ?imile fn.-r.Tlng. oftho
?ko?.ix?,??d?.vle*. * mhiMu.d
OIO. w.johssos. , w.B.jonxns.
G. W. JOHNSON & SON,
Mm.nnr.ctnrer. or Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Ware.
Hatiso ayailkd ourselves or ALL the
improved facilities w. ?re b?t.r pnrpved no
SX?r?n r i Mjl?.fur ?ny articl. vr work :u
nw .tOT.Bn. of LraineM. ?ul| Conductor,
tud. to briler. St?n,bo.t >ork don. in . .nUUu!
"?>"?1 ?orkm.nlike mm?. \V. ?rc now p.viti -
pwrtlraUrsttentkm to thla branch of the tr.dc/.r.7
if??111?111* MtWictioiiin ererjr particular To
au^Tll* ?.C"' inducement. th?t
0. W. JOHNSON- k SOX,
IrtJi... Ko.ITB Market Square,
^ _ - Wheeling. T?.
.Tiissouri Mining Company
Incorporated Feb. 22d, 1861.
STOCK *300.000
TjUIIS COUP AX V IS FORMKD rojj THE PUK
?^.?fWe"dne',,Lth'e7"
lSSf.^hi^K rl
sisspsl
? . m*ke the office of our CX-mnanr ??h.
bD"-?n of the mineral re^nfe. cmi!
mimmm
lis*"* ?<??
eat canh pricTtber^loc*!luo- *"d the loa -
,
books for anbtfcription to the ..
the office of the Compa^r "R"1 ?<
corner of Locust, orir i northwest
" | No. 21 I^ocu?t street All whf^.i I^nk, entrance
- bt?ine?, and '??i?
?nbscribe. Tluxe wiifaJ'SL ,!?" to ra" *?J
Joaepli Utbrop, Eaq^ B* ^ '
I ?- BL-rSSt, W
I ??de: yet th. public to JKl -- '*k"> }>?re been
ne* of th. enterprise thTS.JTf ,he """n.i.
SS.'S^BTKiIsSs^'SFX
I male aninreMuient that
hattbaS^S*?>8g.'a
I answered. ?**ident prmaptl.-*
St. Lonit. Mo_ March 90 ,s,n
UUBiDHlKS?Salt.CIW<. Madder.Alnm.Cop
O peraa. Sbot, Lead, Backets, Tubs, Yarn, Batting,
Twine, Wicking. Nails, Glut, tc^ Ac.. in store ami
foraato fdecS] CRANGLE k 00.
BOYS' CAPS?All kinds of Boys'aid Youths
Winter Caps, for sale low.
?el _ HARPER k BBO.
ILK HATS.?We have just received a moat
b?aatitnl style of Silk Hats, to which we invite
the attention of gentlemen wantinjr a good article tu
that line. imh24j 1IARPER k BBO.
8'
Xew Spring Dress 6oo<ls.
SHEPHERD'S PLAIDS,
Embroidered Mozambique,
Plain do
Plaid Pail de Chevere,
Embroidered Grenadine Barege,
lifecbofTa Plain Black Sflk,
Plain Black Taffet 4 do
Rich Brocade do
Small Pig'd and Plain d>>
Plain Bine. Brown k Tan do
Printed Poniards,
Said Alpaccaa,
obair Lustre.
French and English Chtntaes.
Paris Printed and Plain Del-aines,
ll milton and Pacific do
Printed Amalines, *c? Ac..
iatt wceirrf b *
mhO UEO. R. TATLOR.
THE subscriber has jnst received a new stock o!
floe Pianos, from the' celebrated factory et
Chickering A Sons, Boston, which for beauty of fin
ish, power of tone and elasticity of tonrh, are supe
rior to any instruments ever brought to the city.
These Pianos were bought tor cash and will be
?old at less than Eastern prices for cjlbh and cath
on/jr. The public are respectfully' invited to call and
examine for themselves.
Old Pianos taken in exchange for new.
JESSE B. MKLLOR,
uot2 No.. 13d Main st.

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