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WH. KKABE tt CO'S
Th*9< Instrument* qre warranted for five
year*, tutd the privilege of exchange \
granted at any time within tit
months, if not entirely
' "* eaihtoctory.
J HASH B. MEL LOR,
v-r* -J -.3- -.1-5 ;. 1J8 ftUiB StTMt,
aplO Sole Ao**tJbr Whiting and vicinity.
New, Goods !_New Goods!
THIRD ARRIVAL OF
WJ K are now receiving our Third Stock of Spring
goods at the late lury* Auction Sales, we think *e
4can offer inducements not to he ton ad elsewhere In
the city. W? would reopec folly Inrite buyers to
give niAOtll OOOPKit A 8KS3KNKY,
I ' " : Ho. 188 Main Street.
[Sucoeesor to Wheeler k Lakln.j
lirHL RKCKITM AND 1IATB OPKNKD TOR
.2SLiss&ite 3q>MKth 2V"1
Cloths, Caasimores and Voatingsl
Also a oompleteassortment of GKNTLKMKN'6 tfult
:"! ? 1'.; n, .
The patrons ot the old firta, and too public in gen
eral, are respectfully Invited to call and examine inj
?took before making their purchases as I intend sell
ing ?t small profits to cash and prompt purchasers.
Thankful ffcr the patronage ben to wed upon the old
firm, ( solicit a continuance of the same tor the new
?st*bll4?nent. J011H T. LA KIN, Merchant Tailor,
mMEiwd >' . tfa. 103 yfcla Wheeling. Va.
ti Hats & CaD8.
' S. N. PRATHER,
'j* ? , ; Oor. HonrM A.Market Sta.
ALWAYS on hand a choice ami varied Stock ot
UAT3 MKl.OlPS far Mfo and Boy?' ^nr.
UtinXiteairun* ol e?tabli?hing a permanent trade,
both in the city and turronudlng country, all tbo?r
Who faror me with their patronage can rely on being
?applied with the be?t good* ?t the lowent flgnree.
Country Merchant* are particularly reqneeted to
call and examine my stock.
no? 14-tf 8. X. PRATHER.
J. O. HAEBOUE.
WhoUtaU * Rtiail Dtv'jtr in
. CARPETS RUGS, OIL CLOTHS
Wall Papei, Curtain NaterUIa,
| And Upholstery W?r? of every description
?7~atlt and Mahogany Framed Looking OIuni
n hand ?nd made to order.
MALT BY HOUSE
; PRATT STREET.
Between Light & Charles,
L. U. MALTBY, Proprietor.
Tor the SPRING TRADE,at prices which cannot fall
?O ||T? WtltfikCtiOL
We ?? prepanul to offer the beet assortment wo
harp oyer hid, u< It will ho to the Interact of buy
er* to examine oar 8lock before purchasing enj
thing In oar line.
UPITO B ?MBAZINK3,
| Plaia Bl?ck Ch Allies,
Sugar Mills and Evaporators.
91 4k 33 Main 81.
VYXTOULD call the attention of Partner* fntereeted
V V in the raiting of 8orxhnm the preeent season,
to the fact that they have etcored the EXCLUSIVE
CONTROL of the
Best Sngar Mills In the West
m well ae the only EVAPORATOR which hae really
A full supply of Mills wilt be on ha or exhibi
tion and sale by the 1st of Blay, and all who intend
raking Sorgh -m nre urgently melted to inspcct the
Mllla and Evaporator* ae well as sarapiee uf the
Byrnp and Sugar made with this machinery, the
p**t season; also to get one of oar treaties on the
cnltlr ?tinn and miuufactare of the eagar cane, cir
culated grata Itously. _
Wo alio hare a small ?qoantIty of i
French Seed for sale,,J
fully warranted pBren? Kruuiuv.
j/m. ooJ BramUnfitf .wmirmoui
351 Baltimore St., and 64 German 9t?
T*m trtine and Taaeee Cloth,
r , Om>e M -race and Mocambi^tea,
Lipln'a Wo ?! Delaiarw,
Plain Blark Poniard Bilks,
Block and While do
?? * Gingham*,
Black Thibet Shawls,
" Crape a
Cr pe Collar* and Set*.
In Aurt wo have everything in the Mourning Good
line usually kept la a first clan Ret.il Dry Good*
boaM Buyers will And it to their, adrautage to
glee us a oalL .
* my** COOPER k SKNSBNKY.
Matches x matches it?100 grow
Matches, in gross boxes, prima article, for
ealebr T. II. LOO AN A CO,
sp*6 and LQOAN, LI8T a CQ.
SMITH, WILLIAMS & CO.
F^BBIGN ? DOMESTIC,
' Nos. 513 Market St. 4 510 Commerce St.
f , PHILADELPHIA.
LIST, MORRISON & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCKR8 AND PRODUCE PEA
LKKS, Noe. 78 and to Main street, offer
aaieat lowest rates,
- 1140 hhds. fair to choice N. O. Sagar.
400 bbls. prime Uola?*ee,(oak cooperage.)
100 half barrels do do
160 bags Rio Coffee.
,. JJ'S. I*-??yQuadrille,
The Last Word* of Washington,
?. t Ilapp v be thy Dreams,
The Kreednan'e Sonr,
May GoLPctect Columbia,
My Village Home. ?
?-i Sjl. htm, oJK
T Atlord.r. for Uorto promptly attcodsd t, bjr
"I.m " ' . D. NIOOLI, ft BHD-.
yor.alabT C^ASnr.K ftCO
.wuiiii ,sj; T. II. looan ft co
tnd LOQAN. LI8T ft nn
.Cathartic Pills, |
' ABX MAM TO
Cleanse the Blood and Cure the Sick. |
liTWM, Fath**,*, Mothers, Pavaiciiss,
PBILASTHHONSTS, MAD THIIB FrriCTB,
AID JUDOS or THIIB VlBTUBB.
rg? IS* cram o?
IIXAB ACUB, BIOK. OKAS ACIL8, rOUL 8TOMAOH.
Pirtntmoo, Pa., May 1,1866.
Dm. 3.0. Am. Sir; I have baen repeatedly cored
of tbe worst headache *uj body can have by a ik**
or two of your Pills. It seems to arise from ft fool
which they c1(?iim at oooe. If they will
car* others as they dome, the foot 1I worth knowing.
Toare with great respect, KI>. W. PREBLE,
Clerk qfth* Stmwkmr Clarion.
BILIOUS DISORDERS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.
VAUSMSBSUgf. D, C.,7 Feb., 186* /
Six: I have need yoar PillsIn my geoerml end bos
pitai practioe ever since you made ibetn. and canoot
hssitats toaay they are tbe best cathartic we employ.
Their regulating action on the livtr Is quick aod de
cided, consequently they ere an admirable remedy
for derangements of that organ. Indeed, I hare sel
dom foaml s.tas* of OUUmt direast *o obstinate that
Fhyricktn qfth? Marint HoepitaL
DYSENTERY, RELAX, AN? WORMS.
Puet Omos, Hamlato, Lit. Oo^ Mjca, 1
- November 10,1866. J
Dt. Am: Your Pill* are tbe perfection of mail*
cine. They hare done my wife more good than I can
tell yoa. She bad been sick and pining away for
meothe.; Wrniof to be doctored at great expense,
bbtfeotiolMttor.i She then orimroencaft taking j<mr
i MliCwfcldk ftooe eared lw-rj by expelling large qnao
titiee of worm* (dead) from her body. They aOer
wnnLi cured her and onr two children of bloody dye
en tary. One of onr neighbors hud It bad, and my
wile cored hi in with t?o doses of yoar Pills, while
others around os paid from lire to twenty doltais
doctors'bills, and lost much time, wlthont being
enred entirely even then. Such a medicine as yours,
which Is actually good and hunest, will be prized
bere . GEO. J. GRIP?IN, lUtmaster.
INDIGEBTION AND IMPURITY OP THE BLOOD.
From Rev. J. V. Himes. ftutor qf Advent CXurch,
Dr. At**: I have vsed yoar Pills with extraordi
nary suocees in my family and among tho*e 1 am
called to Tifllt In distress. To regulate the organs
of digeetion and pnrlfy the blood they are Ihe very
beat remedy 1 have ever known, and I can confident
ly recommend them to my friends.
Yours, J. V. niMES.
Wtmw, WtOMTO Co., N. T., Oct. 24,1866.
Dsax Sis: I am using your Cathartic Pills in my
practioe. and find th*m an excellent purgative to
cleanse the system and purity tbe fountaius of the
blo^d. . JOHN G. MKAC1IAM, M. D.
ERYSIPELAS. SCROFULA, KING'S EVIL, TET
. TRK, TUMOlLi, AND SALT RUEU&I.
Pram a Fbnoarding Merchant of St. Lauis, Feb. 4, '66
Da. Atxx: Your Pills are the paragon of all that
Is greet in m< dicine. They have cured my little
daughter of ulcerous sores upon her hands aud feet
that have proved Incurable tor year*. Her mother
lies been long grievously afflicted with blochee and
pimples on her skin and in tier hair. After our child
was cured, sbe also tried your Pills, and they have
cured her. ASA MORGBRIDGK.
? HHECMATISM, NEURALGIA, AND OOUT.
From Rev. Dr. Uaickes, qf the Methodist J5L Church
PtTLasxi ITocsk, Sataitoaii, Oi^ Jan. 6,1866b
noifoaxnSta: I should be ungrateful for the re
lief your skill has brought me if I did not report my
caoetoyon. A cold set lied in my limbs and boought
on ercrutlatlng neuralgic pains, which ended in
chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I had tbe
beet of physicians, the disease grew worse and worse,
until, by the advice of your excellent agent in Bal
timore, Dr. Mackeusle, 1 tried your Pills. Their ef
fects were slow, bnt sure. By persevering In the nse
of them I am now eotirely well.
Ssyatx OaAMBsa, Batow Rocax, La.,6 Dec.,1866.
D* AxMiiX hav* been'.?nllrely. cured by your
Pills of Rheumatic Gout-?a palnf 1 disease bat had
afflicted me for year*. VINCENT 8LIDELL.
POR BROPSY, PLETHORA, OR KINDRED COM
PLAINTS, requiring an active purge, they are an
"loifc'wsrnrJfcEss orcossnp (tfios , AND AS
A DINNER PILL, they are agreeable and effectual.
FITS, SUPPRESSION, PARALYSIS, INPLAMA
TION,and even DEAFNESS, and P1RTIAL BLIND
NESS, have been cured by the alterative action of
Most of the plRi in market contain Mercury,
whloh. although a valuable remedy in skilful hands,
Is dangerous In a public piU, from the dreadful con- I
?eqnencee that frequently follow Its Incautious one.
The** contain no mercury or mineral substance
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR.THE RAPID CURE OF
corons^coLDS, hoarseness, in*
and for the relief of consumptive patients In advanc
ed stages of thedrisas*.- .
We need not speak to tbe public of Its virtues.
Throughout every town, and almost every hamlet of
the American States, its wonderful cures of pnlmon
ary complaints have made It already known. Nay,
few are tbe families In any civilised country on this
continent without some personal experience of Its
effects, and fewer yet the communities any where
which have not ameng them some living tropbyof
its Victory over tas subtle and dangerous disease** f
the throat and lung*. While U fothe mo?t powerful
antidote yet known to man for the formidable and
dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, It is
alsa tbe plsasantest and safest remedy that can be
employed lor infants aod young persons. Pareats
should have It in store against the ins id nous enemy
that steals upon them uprepared. We have abund
ant grounds to believe the Cbbxxt Psctoxal saves
more lives by the consumptions it prevents than
those it cures. Keep it by yoa; cure youroolds while
they are curable, nor neglect them until no human
skill can master tbe inexorable canker that, fiutened
on the vitals, eats your life away. All know tbe
dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as they know
too the virtue* or this remedy, we need not do more
than to assure them it is still made the host it can be.
We spar* no cost, nor care, no .toll to produce it the
most perfect possible, and thus afford those who rely
ou It the best agent which our skill can furnish tor
Prepared by BE. J. G- A TEE,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Matt.
And sold by A.C.G00DA 00.,and by all Druggists
and dealers In Medicine everywhere. mh!8
PIANOS! PI A. NO 3! PIANCS
r IN FIVE SUCCESSIVE YEARS
At the Maryland Institute, besides first premiums at
Pairs in Philadelphia, Washington and Richmond.
TESTIMONIALS OF EXCELLENCE
and 0. BATTER.
As also from tome of the most eminent Professor*
and amateurs la the oonntiy.
WM. KNABE * CO.,
1, 3, 6 and 7, NORTH EUTAW STREET,
and No. 860 BALTIMORE ST.,
near Eutaw, wonld respectfully Invite the attention*
of the public to their well assorted stock of
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANO FORTES,
which, for beauty of finish, power, and sweetness et
tone and elasticity of touch, bare been, by Judges,
8renounced unrivalled. Every Piano guarantied for
ve years, and a privilege or exchange granted at
any time within six mouth ty'.if not eotirely satlifao
liberal. A call U respectfully solicited be
fore purchasing slsewhere. A liberal disoonnt made
to tbe Clergy and to Schools. A large assortment of
Mslodeons constantly on hand.
49~Pianos taken in exchange.
\P*. KNABE A OO.
JESSE B. MELLOR. 1ST Main sL, Wheeling, Va.,
Agent for the above celebrated Piano*. mh3l-6m
DEVRIES, STEPHENS & CO.,
: WBOUMAL* DBJLUU ?
Foreign * Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 812 Baltimore St.,
WE wsnow receiving oar. large and carefaUy ee
lected Stock ot Foreign nd Domeetic Drj
Goods, parched tor Cwh, for the 8prtog and So ta
mer Trade, com arising errrr variety ot Dreee Goods,
o! floe and medium qualities of beantifnl styles, of i
the most reoaat printing and importation. .
CLOTU8, CA&SIMBBB3, 8ATINBTT8, Y*8T
IN >8. Also a general assortmsnt of all kinds ot
Dry Goods. ?
In addito a teonr stock of Dry Goods, wo have
an extensive NOTtON DEPARTMENT, which em
bra's* every, variety of Goods usually kept by the
largest Notion Houses. To sll of which we invite
the atwapooof purchasers. We will sell o?r stock
at at low pricf ? asthe same ods can bo bad In any
ot.the Northern or Eastern markets.
mMl-Sm* PET RIBS, 8TSPHKN8 A CO.
CTHB Stockholders oftbeCltlsene? DepoeltBank are
rX hereby notified that an election for nine Direc
tora, to ierve for the ensuing year, will be held at
it* banking boose on Thursday, April 10,1862.
?msrll^- JOPN,H, Mir.J,yn.OMh.
? PLASTER PARIS* ~~~
AA BBLS- Calcined Plaster, received direct from
OX f Philadelphia Plaster Mm*.
fcyt P. Q. I11LDRETH A BltO.
tonoM ffahfcT e:ii :a .tttatftfKkfraKKr?
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
_ OFFICE U? TILE B. i.O. Jl- K. 00, p
Whulim, 17 tb Aag.,1862. /
BUSINESS being lully resumed on the Baltimore
A Ohio Kail rued, the Company having thorough
ly re-constructed the biesdcs in the track and bridge*
under Government protection, the road thoroughly
and completely guarded by Oorerntaeot troop*, will
on and after the 17th Aug., run two through passeo
ger trains, and eodttau* their fttll equipment in the
transportation at tonaage.
? , ? t , 'nsbarg,'!
2.-00 A. M.; Ilerper*? Ferry, 3:17 ? H; arrii* at Bal j
timore at 8:00 A. 34.
LBATB BALTIMORB at ? P. Martlnsbnrg, I
1U36 P. M.; Cumberland, 1 A. ftU Graflon 11 A. M.;
Beuwood, 4:15 P. M, arrive at Wfteelittg 1:10 P. M.
The second train will depart dally, exoept Setnr
days, at 9:60 P. 314 Oraftou. Jfc36 A.M.; New Creek, ,
7:6* A. M.; Cumberland, i*:15 A. M.; Mariinslmrg.
I ?60 P. Ha Harper's Ferry, 1>4* P. M.; Washing- '
ton Junction, 0:1? P. 11^ arrive at Baltimore at 5siu
LEAVES BALTIMORB, 8:15 A 3L; Harper's Per
ry. l?40 A. >1.; Martlmrfrarg, 1:66 P. M. ; Cumber
land, 6:12 P. M ; Oaklau J, P. OraRon 11:4)
P. 3L; Benweed, 6 A. M.; arrive at Wheeling 6^V
W. P. SMITH, Master Transportation.
1*. M. OOLK, General Ticket Agent.
JOHN KliiO. Jl, Auditor.
A. DTFFBY, General Superviaer of Trains.
J. P. W1LLAKD, Super vierof Train*
Wert of Piedmont.
J. B. FORD, Gen*l Agent, Wheeling. angl8
Cleveland, Pittsburg and Wheel
I V.N AN1/-AJTKH. HUN OA V, VI?J 6th, 18 ui, ru
V/ senger Train* will leave Bridgeport a* follows,
10 55 A. M. Mall Train, stopping at all stations, ar
rives at PitUbarKh at 8^6 P. M., AUd
4.02 P. M. Bxprees Train, stopping at all stations,
arrives at Pittsburgh at 8.-00 P. M.
10:16 P. M. Kxprem Train, arrives at Pittsburgh At
2:20 A. M. and Cleveland at 0:16 A. M.
Leave Cleveland at ft2? A. M. and 6:15 P. il., ar
rive at Bridgeport at 1:56 P. and 1:56 A. M.
Leave Pittsburgh at 1:00 A. M., OrtJO A. M. and
1240 P. M., arrive at Bridgeport at 1:64 A. M_, 10.23
A.M. and 1:55 P.M.
Connections are made sa Foilowii
At Pittsburgh with Pennsylvania R. It. for llarris
bnrg. Baltimore, Washington, Phila
delphia, New York and Uoeton.'
Cleveland with Cleveland A Toled H. R. for San
dusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago and
all points In the Noath Wsst. Willi
Detroit steamers for Detroit, Jackson,
Chicago and the Nobth West. Willi
Cleveland A Erie R. R. for Brie, Dun
kirk, Bnfiklo and Niagara Falls. Willi
Cleveland. Columbus A Cincinnati lor
Crestline, Delaware, Columbua and
At Hndson with the C. Z. 4C.R.R. for Cuyabogn
Falls, Akron, Millersburgh and Woos
At Alliance with P. Ft. W. A 0. R. R. for Canton.
Msssillon, Woo*ter, Salem, Enon, Co
At Steubenvllle with P. C. A 0. Line and AT Buxjus
with C.O. O. R.R. for ZanesvlUe, New
ark, Colnmbus, Xenla, Dayton, Indi
anapolis, Cairo, Cincinnati, Louisville,
8t. Louis, St. Joeeph and all points
Wtat and South West.
Excursion Ticket* to Pittsburgh and return $3,76.
Fare alway* a* low, and time much quicker than
any other route.
Through Tickets to all points in the West, North
and Ea*t can be procured at the office under the
McLure House, Wheeling, Ta, or with Freight
Agent at Bridgeport Station.
Freight oontracts will be made at lowest rate* to
any point accessible by this road and it* connections
co the Bast, North, West and North-W*et, at office
under M'Lure House, or with Ft. Agent at Bridge
port Station. WM. D.TBRltY, Agent,
P. B. WILLIAMS. Agent,
J. IT. McCULLOUGH, President.
F R. MY BUS, Oen't Ticket Ag*t. fobO
CHANOIC OF TIMK!
. \N AND AFTKK MONDAY, NOVEMBER TOE
1 " 28th, the ti alns on this Road will run as follows,
1 dy-except Sundays:
Leave Washlngton..~.....~..~~~.~ 7>$ A, M.
Arrive at Wheeling.. ?1? "
Leave Wheeling 8 P. H
Arrived at Washington 6 ?
. All freight to be forwarded from Wheeling must bs
delivered at the depot before 2 o'clock P. M. to insnr?
its shipmsnt the same day.
nov24 W. D. BURTON, Supt.
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novll-'69 CAMPBELL A M'DERMOT.
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
CoughH, Coldfl, and
Bari(ricu>, Mam? Dec. 20,1866.
Da.J.C. Atkr: I do not hesitate to
say the beat remedy I have ever found
fur Coughs, Ho*ramms, Influenza,
and the concomitant symptoms of a
Cold, Is your Cnxa&r Pkctoiul. Its
constant use in my practice and my
tamily for the last ten years has
shown It to possess superior virtues
for the treatment of these com
plaints. EBEN KNIGHT. M.D.
A. B. MORTLEY, Esq^ of Utipa, N. Y., writes; ?*I
have used your /Moral myself |Q my flunfly ever
?Ince you invented it, and believe it the best medi
cine for its purpoee ever put nut. With a bad cold 1
should sooner pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle
than do without it, or take any other remedy."
Croup, Whooping Cough, Inlluenxa.
Spaniomt?, Miss, Feb. 7,1866.
Broth** At**: I will cheerfully certify your J\o
Urral is the b?t remedy we pos?*?e for the cure oi
whooping cough, croup, and tho chest diseases oi
children. Mo of your fraternity In the South ap.
predate your skill, and commend your medicine to
onr people. HIRAM 00NKL1N, M. D. ;
AMOS LEE, Esq. Moxrrarr, Ia? writes, 3d Jan.
1866: **I had a tedious Influenza. which oonflned me
in doors six weeks; took many medicine* without re
lief; finally tried your /"ocioral by the advice of our
clergyman. The first dose relieved the soreness In
my throat and lungs; lees than one half the bottle
tn*de me completely well. Yeur medklnes are the
cheapest as well as the beet we can buy, and we es
teem you. Doctor, and your medicines, as the poor
Asthma or Phthlalc, and Bronchitis.
_ _ JJm* Maxohmtx* Pa. Feb. 4,1866.
Sra: Your Cherry Pectoral Is performing marvel.
Ions cures In this section. It has relieved several
from alarming symptoms of consumption and is uow
curing a man who has labored under an affection of
the lungs for the last forty years.
HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAM8EY, M. D. Albiojt, Monoi Co., Iowa,
writes, Sept. 0, 1856; "during my practice of many
years I have found nothing equal to your Cherry
Fictoral for giving ease and relief to consumptive
pstleuts, or curing sncli as are curable."
We m ght add volnmes of evidence, but the most
convincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is
found in its effects upon trial.
Prrtmbiy BO om ma?l; bu <rrrr tm known
which cured so many and such dangerous cases as
this. Some no h->man ala can reach: but even to
those the Cherry I>ctoral affords relief and comfort
Arroa Houas, Nsw Yoax Citt, March 6,1866.
Docroa Arsa, Lowill: 1 feel it a doty and apleas
ure to inform you what your Cherry IVetoral has
done for my a ifc. She had been five months laboring
under the dangerous svmptoms of Con?umption, from
which no aid we could procure Raw her much relief.
She was steadily falling, until Dr. Strong, of this
city, where we have come for advice, recommended
a trial or your medicine. We bices bis klndnees, as
we do your skill; for she has recovered from that day.
She is not yet as strong as she need to be, but Is free
fro her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with gratltnde and togard,
ORLANDO 8I1ELBY, or Shkuttiuj.
Oyruttmptivfj, do not deepalr till you bar* tried
Aim', Cuubt Prtoul. It la initde by one or the
best mod leal chemUt* In the world, and It. core. >11
Fh*uuh,gh mMlu 0f ,U Tlrtt"*?
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
'pn^ ad.n?' of CVemUtry and Medicine turn
X been taxed their utmost to produce this best,
most perfect purgative which Is known to man- In
numerable proofs are shown that these Pills have
virtue which surpaas in excellence the ordinary
medicines, and that thsy win unprecedentedly upon
tbeeateem ol all man. They araaafe and ploaunt
to t?k., tint powerful to curat Their pen.lr.tius
propertle. ? tlmul.i* lb* Tltal actirltfe. of U>. body,
ramoTo the obatruetlona or Itl organt, porlfy the
blood, and expel dlaeue. They purg. out the foul
humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate
alugglah or dlaordered organ* into their natural AO*
tlon. rod Impart healthy tone wllh alrenglh to the
wool* ayatem. Kot only do they cure the every>day
complaint, of eery body, bnt alao formidable and
dangerona dlKOie* that bare baffled th* beet or tin
man skill. While they produce powerful effects,
thej are at th* aarne time, In dlminlahed do***, th.
?(?? and beat phytic that can he employed for
children. Being augar coated, they are pleaaant to
nke; and being purely Ttgetablo, are free ftom any
TUktt harm. On re. hate bean mad* which .nrpu
belief were tbey not eubetanti*t*d by tant of S
Malted poeitlon and character u to forbid th* ?n*
plcfon of ontruth. Man; emlneut clergymen and
P iT? JS" "A""* to certify to the
bnbllo th* r*ll*Mllty of my ratnadlee, while other*
hare *ent me the aeeurance* of [heir conviction that
Th* Agent below named I* pleaaed to farnlab grat
Is my American Almanac, containing directions for
their use and certificates of their curss, of the fol
OoeUrene**, Billon* 'OomplaInU, Rh.umatlan.
Dropey, Heart burn. Headache arlaing from a foul
Stomach. Nausea, Indlgeetlon, Morbid InaCloo ot
the Bowela and Pain ariflng therefrom, YUtnlenry,
to. of Appetite, all Dlcarou* and Cutaneoua Dl?
? which require ma evneuant medicine. gcrofuU
JLi m^*.K7.U" bri>urirylng the blood
and stimulstlng the system, cure many complaints
which It would not be suppneed they oould reach.
8ochas Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and
Nervous Irritability. Derangements of the liver and
Kidneys, Gout, and other kindred oomplalnts arislnjr
from a low state of tho'. body or obstruction of Its
? give you compares with this in Its intrinsic value
or curative powers. The sick want tho best aid
there Is tor them, snd thsy should have It.
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. ATKR,
Practical and U*MlyiiaaJ Chemist, XornS, MtuI.
Pilot a 5 Ct?. rr? Box. Fiti Bona roa ?1.
Sold by A. 6. GOOD A 0>, And by all Dranlata
And Dealer* In Medldn. e.erfwh.r. "2
New Spring Wall Paper.
JUST OPENED, a very handsome Stock of Fine I
and Oossmom Wall Papers. ?|
?or?Ueb?,b, JOSKPB GRATIS,
.y Wo.to MO.FV.et.
e? \nr--.??a e? -r-TirX*
aWhesllnc asake |
Bflp i Al 90^ I
Hosiery, Gloves, Linens, |
WH1TH GOODS, &o.
8TELLMANN, HINBICH8 & CO.,
No. at HANOVER ST.,
WE are constantly recslrlng p?r gteaman from
Enrope, additions to oar stock of Hosiery,
OIovm, Ac., together with a select assortment of
Linens, and White Goods, anil bag to offer
te the trade the following seasonable articles, ria:
Ladlea Cotton Qom, Whlto, Unbleached,Mixed, Ac.
Men's M Half IIom. do do do
Children's Cotton Hoee, do do do
Glorss of evsry description, (branny or cfrOiAn'a nan,
White Linen iiand'ku, Men's ami Women's,
Colored Printed Linen da do de
Neck Ties and Cravats of every description.
Black and Colored Skirt Braids, .
BUck and Colored Patent Thread, let ft ted quality,
Clark's 81x Cord and Knameled Spool Cettoa,
BUck and White Stay Binding,
Linen Tapes and Bobbins,
White and Colored French Tar!etens,
Irish Linens, Jacooetts, Cambric*, Hwfaaee,
Moeqnito Setts, Chambrays sod Striped Skirtings,
With a large assortment or other geods, in oar
line, ail of which we are enabled by onr long consec
tlon with European manufactures te soil as luw as j
^Jtboj can be pnrchased In this country. apl
Q. W. GAIL & AY,
Smoking, Fine Cat Chewing Tobacco
SMirr AMD CIUAKSi
also rxrocnu or
I Harana and German Cigars, Pipes,!
Snuff Boxes, fto.
No. 28 Barre Street,
Behotan CKarlta <f Light a*.
mhn-em BALTIMORE, BID.
Hazard's Railroad & Military Map
OF THE 80DTHERK STATES.
FROM the mos? authentic source, and the Coast
Surreys, engraved lu the finest Style ot Map
Making. It gives so recent ai.d such Talnable (a-U
cooceruing all the Railroads, tu .1 the War Depart
msnt immediately authorised Its publlration, and
distributed ON K TIK UdAND COPIES among the
Generals and Colonels of the Army.
As It IsTliB ONLY MAP thst la authorised ss OF
F1C1AL. it is the most H?liable and Authentic, and
from its large sise,?3*i by 66 inches?shows at a
cUoce the Principal Pisces, and ail the Strategic j
Points. Oen. McClellsn has acknowledged the great
importance of it to his movements.
BEAUTIFULLY COLORED. PRICE ONLY ONF
DOLLAR, to oompete with inferior maps. In Cloth
Case, $1.CO. Dissected and Mounted on Muslin, $260.
1 Mounted on Muslin, with Rollers, and V.raUhtd,
I&60. Sent Free by Mall on receipt of Prioe.
WILLIS P. HAZARD,
No. 734 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
?irAs HTcry int<llligeut man wanta THE BE8T 1
I and ONLY OFFICIAL MAP, Agents can make money
1 rapidly by ?-elliug this.
receive a copy by Mall. m;90-3t
FociruA, 1861 CHAsranslS64
Cor. Baltimore and Gharles-Bts^
BALTIMORE, M D.
rpniS INSTITUTION IS NOW IN TUB M081
X prosperous and flourishing condition. Twice do
ring the last two year* has It been necessary to obtaiu
larger apartmente for the accommodation of the In
creasing number of students, repreeonting nearly
crery State in the Union.
It now occupies one of the most oonspicuous and
desirably located buildings in the dty. The room*
are oommodlously arranged, spacious and elegantly
The advantages and facilities here offered to young
men desiring to qualify themselves properly for the
various duties of the Counting Room, or to obtain a
1 borough Practical Bunnctt Education generally, are
unsurpassed, in any particular, by aay similar estab
lishment In the United Statee.
B. K. LOS 1MB,
Principal?Lecturer on the Science of Aooouats, Com
merce, Business Customs, ete,
Profteeor of the Theory and Practice of Book-Keeping
and Commsrical Calculations.
H. U. DA VIES,
Aseooiate Profeesor of Book-Keeping.
N. 0. JOHNSON,
Pioftissoi of Business and ornamental Pecmanahip.
8. T. WILUAMS, Eao,
Lecturer on Mercantile Law.
*WT. E. TEATBS REESE, D. D,
Lecturer on CommerliU Hthloa.
Htm. Jno. P. Kennedy, Hon. Joehua Yansant,
Hon. Thos 8wann, Wm. H. Keighlar, Esq.,
Jacob Trust, Esq, Wm. Knabe, Esq
The College 1* provided with a Commercial Library
of Standard Works, expressly for the use of the Sta
Each Student has a desk to hlmsetll and Is sepa
There being no vacation during the year, Sudants
can enter at any time.
^TOe^ttaensuall^rrequlred to complete the fall course,
A Diploma Is awarded to all Graduates.
A large and Beautifully Ornamented Circular, con
taining upwards of six squass pkkt, representing the
Exterior and Interior View of the College, varlooa
| characteristic designs, penmanship, Ac, sent by mail
' hre* of charge accompanied with cataloguegleiac full
particulars. Address E. K. LOSIRR
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS! j
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JV8T RECEIVED AT
No. 33 Main St, Centre Wheeling.
rAM plMWd t. b. ??!. to Inf. rm IK. dtiuu of
WbMllD., .M tb. Public In rancral, u4 th. L?
die. la particular. that lam rMtirlag a UrK. lot of
EXCELLENT MADDER PRISTS,
w?rtk?li ctmU' ">r I2H c*aU. ul Mulla aad
OthtT DomMtlc Good. Id proportion.
All POTOM buying gooda lor CASH, an partfca
l.rly lorlud to (It. u an wly call, If th.y wlab
to aar. money.
Both *Wftp)Male and Batall.
At No. 83 Main ?t . Omtr. TTbMllng.
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A BABE CHANCE I
?m w ???.
CLOAKS * FDBI
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nlc. Chrlatmaa or Jf.w Yaar*a Gilt.
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SOLID SILVER WABB.
TCST RECEIVED PER ADAMS EXPRESS, A
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HO*. ?? WITI O. obov;
Major of CTICA, H. T '
BO*. OBOBOB WMWj^^ prrtSBOBO, PA
no*. c. h. buhl, of Detroit, Mien.
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ho*, w. w. TADon*, m-t_ itom, wa
no*, a. IAB| K,^ kmosha. wis
HO*. JOH* a HAIBBSj^^ of OHICAOO. ILL
BO*. A. J. KOBLP.
HB*. W. B. HOLTBAD,
Major of sxlua, ALA
I JOT of MONTGOMERT, ALA
of OOLUMBOS, SA
DOB ESPARTKRO MAHUEL.
Major of TBBA CBOZ
DO* raCTU OE OABALLO,
Major of MEXIOO.
DO* ESTEPHAHIB BODBIODES,
? Moyorof HATABA.
DO* AETOBZO -im^o, ^ ro,
do* m. ..
OOTtny that fbo roafcfeat Dra?gbta Mmd
I?ao wallirt iam?dy, and worth/ tha naSlnm
- - a ? of the community.
For Pnrijyinc tboBlood.
For SeTofala or King*a EvIL
For Emption. and Plnplw.
For BlotokM, Blata^ Hd BoOa. ' t. il.l
Vor St. Anthony** Fir*, Bom, or ?ijb1|ib1m
For TttUr or 8?lt Rkoua.
For SjphUiaorTwrMl ~ inni
Far Ltnr OonpUm.
For XMmom. of tbo Hoort.
?W j, r nA 'ETJ l<? I'M 'i'J OM
. !*? Mnyoro of tbo obiof dtiea of IW Unitod I
Blf 11, Muko. nd b fcet nlOKMt >11 Ik* d<Um
on tbla continent, ban aimd tbia dornmonl. to
admit of a portion ?f t- ^-oawiuomjf
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Ayer's MUs, and
Ayer's Agae Cure,?
Or. J. a. ateb * CO,
A* HUU?M t?aA i aU ?*?<**??
' I!111! Ill fr MlallllUI llWI tlw
The Golden?The Best of all Pens.
, M0ET0ZP8 GOLD PEN *
Tlie Beit WfirlA
0*% ucnn at ant Of *h* whjjowikq
.llla^-iby rMntaof ???.,??
direct ad, ?OolllfMa (""i"*"* ??
GOLD PEN8 WITHOUT CASES,
GOLD FEHO Wiiuuui waoM.
Legant Pen; and for W, thefc*ceWar Pea.
tlie Elegant fro, ?? ""?*?
..tBAMK PKNB IN MHO-PUTO BXTBS
BIOS maim, Willi PENCILS.
... . w. m ??l. ik.Twk*
da?mlnno4nta. the average wear of every ooe or wtucn
will far on Mart t inw vt the b*?t Steel Pens. .
m7?2~ol "AjMortoo." -.N??b?rud5^
Ity" are .tamped oo "the Wluwing r~a. ""L.'.jJ
Putnta are warranud far III month., .Mjt *?"'"
HOclUpnt. The numLera Indicate elao ?~l"-*.
bHi.n tb. enialleet, Mo 6 tbohungeet,
pocket; No. 4 if*
Wnm?h Gold r?r^rti~4r?- LS*^t
dlnm Nlbeot .11 d(M and
N oi. 4,6, 0, mod 7 ar. iiuuie oolj of ?r.t qoallty.
GOLD PENS, WITHOUT CASKS.
ForTSconu. . Mo-l p~. let q~lity. or" Ha.
P">. 1?? ?tnaltty, or a Wo. S Poa, >1
^i'l^Noor a No. 4 P,*,
M q^UI'TTor . No.8 Pea. SJ qualiiy.
tortl.it, iHoiFn, lrf quality,* a Wo. ? Pea.
? No. ? P~, let qaeltty.
rortl.su, oSo. 1 Pea, let qaallty, or aWo-IPea.
M^"w.?S, ?ICo.l Pw. lrfqaamy. or a Wo. * Pea,
'VESS'a NoTSPaa,'taTq^U^cr?No.4 Poo,*1
""Yor li 60,*? No 4 Pro, let qoajty, or ? No. 6 Pro
id qnalTtj, or a No. 8 Pen, 3d qMllty.
For $3. a No. * Poo, let quality, or a Wo. ? ta, SJ
qYorfcjo. a No ? r~, let q??Uty.
GOLD P1ES&, ALL PIkST QKAUTT, IS SILVE*
Foe*?.aNo..4P~,for*t2S,aNo.?Peo, or IT*.
1 ss&EafitfKa tf fcVa?p- - - *
quality an* void with the alJghtoat imperfection which
?kill aid the cloetet acrutiny can detect.
The -ad quality" ere aoperier to eajr Peoa made
by him pre*ion? to the jear 1800. .
The 4 3d quality" be intend* aball equal In reepect
?o Durability. Elasticity, and flood * rtting Uualitiee
(the only true oonjiderationa) any Oo*d pene made
"TT^d to U.icb?pOold Pene, be w
my that, prwioue to operating hi* New ?"?***??*"
log and Durable Pena toe the Price, had the gold been
?/ Pnu Utt) pre/'T?vktikrr *r ltwU*r, uiaau
sole br all do0?. Intb. Uo. throocboor
tbo eonntty. Aidr? A. MOBTOK,
No.? Moldm Uw New Tcrt
AOT ooo oeodlng a dodo lerter poat ataap *"! ?
colr. . circular with be oimUo of Uo
above aJaea and atylea. whrt-Swl
uoTw.Toroos. w.?. jen?ao?.
O. W. J0H178O5 & SOS,
?amatketanra or Cappar, *1* am*
Ibecl Iraa War*.
Having availed ourselves of all tm
lmprorrd IbelUtlea, w. ar. botlor prrporadam
than orar loBll all orderafor My artWeor work to
tbo above lloe of bnaln^e. Vallioa and Coodoctora
made t. order, gteomboot work dono In ? ?beta?
h?i ami workmanlike manner. We are now paying
particular attention to thia branch of the trade, ua
cuiurantoo aatlafcctlon In orory portlentar. T.
Whole?Ue Dealer, wo ?n o?r lndo?~?<? tb?
cannot bo found olaewbar*. Onr etock of Ware la
oooDleto,aad tbaaaaortiaoot lafollat alltlmee. We
keepaatock of tbelaleat and mo?approrad pnttarrj
of dUl^ W?
No. 179 Market gqnaro,
Jyi-dAwtf Wheeling. Va.
Missouri Mining Company
Incorporated Feb. 22d, 1861.
F1US COMPANY 18 FORMED FOR the PCR?
poae of advancing the greet mining InteWtiil
uur State. We do not profe* to be governtd by
purely philanthropic motiree la initiating thia en
mrk We believe that the etock can he mad. to
pay large dlvlJenda, and at the aame time more feel
*ood accompliahed and greaU*progreeamadeiod^
raloning and making known the aetoniahiug minfrtl
waa'.th of Mieaouri, than by tbe oae of Ije tlmy the
amount of onr capital InTeated in any other bnaincea.
Of L.II - - - .Vo .JIL^ of Mir (VMranV a (I m*
unoant of oar capital Inr^MJ la any otber t
W. .hall nnke the offlce of oar Coaipany a?.?
l>ut. minluf barcan of tbo ?l?ml rjooarct
<lau. W. bare power aader oar chart, t
cbaao and aell mineral Inndo wbMart r I
MlMoorl. Orratlndaoeeeet. will beared to cop
.. .. _ a t i - wKa iladl I to nilf.
MUeoan. Grrat inanorawnt. win.o. ?? ??r
ItaliataMdmlnln*adrratarorfc who Wab lJ.
cbaao and anrk paytnc ailnao, bydaallnc with thia
?wS"EipectftiHy eoUdt tbo attentloa of all wh.
bare mineral landa foraala to?d?a. .t.tra"t
4hall open ana proro mow ?n mn-nu-wc^.^
bookator inb^rtptin. f ?!>? ?ock ar. now open at
the office of the Company. Main atreet. Donb??t
oer of Locnat, over Mercha^ BaaW. entrano.
comer 01 unu??i ?,"v"r,r , r. TL..
No-ULoeaatatroM. All wbcfeel aaIntoreat lolMa
baalooaa, and bare money, will do well to call and
?abacribe. Tboe. wlablnr atodt, Urlng oat of the
dty, cnS0Knr.it by .nckbing ton p? coat, of tb
amoant wanted to the Prcoldtnt orTraoonnr.
Henry D. Bacon, Eaq^ Matthew Botlrr. K?l,
Alfred Clapp, Ow, L- B- BarwMd. Eaq,
iooepb lAtbi^ieh J-*? e?,>
L. V. Bogy, Esq., Jo^pta Pajrno, Eaq^
M. ?* AMWroclLAP?'Pn>rt
Tbo aboro proopoctna baa np to thia datelM
jnUUbea In only oao of ear leadlog nopora fcrt?
laya. No extra eOorta to set atcck taken bate bean
made; yet the pnbllc eo wrn appreciate tbo aooad
aoaaof tbooatorprte^ that oror two bandied th<Jf
and dollar, of the atoca baa alr^dy been taken. ??
wowU brtoSyatate that tbo abara. ata ?? eacl^poM
In Ml. wlthoat farther liability: traiufcrnble bj ?
livery: roibatered only ?b? dlrldaoda are rrcotrad.
Any poraon baring inauay toaparo. caa, by tbe par
cbu. of abaro r ? ?
t la readily ooarertrd lntocaabwltbaatlom
amnaicatloaa to tbo Prealden^ ; romr^l,
Wholesale Bat & ?ap House.
WS ban mad. ample amwramt. lo doa Urn
Jobbinjl trade. Aad baring beee n?ay J<*?
la tbo baidnrw, we bare betHtiee aot anrpaa,ea by
any la bayli?gooda. aad -keyar. boagbt br a?
caah. W. bare large aalo rooau arpante a?Jar?J
trurn oat man rooaa, wblcb ar. dorotod ncbmlwW
to tbladrpar'awt. Aad wo Sat er oor.rl"*""
oar atork OT nata. Cope Ptiaw Ooodi all" ??
band atach larger aad ntoro deairable than caa >J
Mind In ?b. city Wo Inetto all In tb. tr.4. to odl
aad^a?al?.oat-?k. nARPKK k BIO
Shot. Load. Backets
Twin., WlcklBg. Nana. ObM, ?o- Ac., la
? 1*1?1 OKANQLE A 00.
' CAPS?Allkiodeof Boya'oad ToatM
.O^fcr ? hnr
SILK HATS.?Wo bar. J net roertred a?J?
beaotifnl atylo of Bnk llata, to wblcb wale??
the attaatloa of geatleaMa waatln* a paod aitlc e la
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