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of ?Juaw.Jo; P f U;oattble altin.
fed them w dc-pnve the young ul one of
if. ss*. A' <??"1 -;rr;.as
mpii' While I am on this topic, I wi
mention a case that occufr.d mmyprao^
tice. A ihoughtful, auxious ??tber' wb?
hud l?st three children, broug tl??
ouly remaining cl.ild-a daughter be
temperament nervous btlltou-?the ner
voui fearfully predominant, with geat ir
regularity of the system?peevish, pas
Xte. dy-p^'c, sleepless ot cour e ex^
acin". arbitrary, and uncomfortable , the
noor?child looked sad. old, morbid and
Li>erable She h id been to school, be
Z" her parents thought it an amuse
ment for hert.be with other children.
Ster critically examining her
rny. 1 said to her mother What
temperament of your husband .
?? The same as my own. she replied.^
?? Then the child is doubly Stamped,
I continued, ?? and very vigorous me,
gures must be used. If you expect to re
.tore her he-.lth. Divorce her
ly from anything mental, so tar na ?em
ruing is concerned?then send her
danctag school, that she may combiue e^
erci>e *ith order and melody, and thus
gorne of her rough edges may be round
C The child?her large eyes wide open
witb wonder and delight-interrupted
with : " Danciug schools ! 0, how 1 ve
longed to go , but mother says lis wrong
and?leads to wickedness." , , ,
What a dilemma for a physician ! what
a dilemma for a child ! , .
?? Did you ever intend your daughter
to plav the piano, guitar ; or other musi
cal instruments V said 1 to the mother.
?? O yes," was the answer.
?? Why." I continued. " why *how
hucIi partiality to the upper extremities .
The bauds are rendered happy as ft mo
dium of melody ; tba feet are rendered
equally happy in the same way."
A nice afternoon school received the
little girl, who grew in health and harmo
ny every month, as she followed the lij*
i/ienio rales prescribed for her. Dancing
is a healthful, beautiful, graceful recrea
tion. and is not responsible for the abuses*
luxury has thrown around it. The vul
garism and excitements of the ball room
have no more to do with the simple tn
joymentof the dance than the rich wines
and sumptuous banquets of gourmancfl in
wlum tliey induce disease, have to do
with the temperate repasts that satisfy
the natural wants of the body.?Dr. Har
riot K. Hant.
Case of Elopement in Farmington.
On Thursday of last week, a gentle
man of about twenty-one, accompanied
by a young lady of eighteen, both from
Waterville, arrived at the Stoddard House
in Farmington. where they were immedi
ately united in holy matrimony by Rev.
But on Saturday afternoon,as the young
man was taking a look at the town, he
suddenly beheld by his Fide the father of
his wife, who had come to secure his
daughter from the marriage. But, alas !
it was too late. Yet he insisted on taking
his child. What was to be done? Could
the man give up his wife ? So, on the
impulse of the moment, ho rushed to the
landlord saying : " I?I?ran away with
that?girl and goi married ? Can't you
hide us ? Her father has come after her."
" Oh, no !" nv.s the reply ; " you had
better meet and have sue thing settled up."
Soon in came the father. The girl
?? loved lur husband best and could not
and would not go with />a."
The ?:fo waa made a prisoner, and the
n:*n was ordered to go ; hut ihe 'tile
must remain however sad and tearful.
What to do ho knew not, and in his trou
b;e he was referred to one well skilled in
handling every rope in the ship, and was
advised to obtain a writ of habeas corpus.
?' Burn yuur habeas corpus?I want
her now, and I'll have her; see if I don't."
The excitement had now become so
great that muliitudos had assembled about
the Stoddard House, some cursing, others
ducitesing thi whole affair?when one of
bold and firtn spirit at last cried out. "I'll
go with any other man. into the house
and take the girl to her husband."
" So will I !" responded a dozen voices.
Immediately a large company of both
old anil young Americans was formed,
which was soon in full array in front ol
the room that contained the lady. The
husband advanced to the door and knock
ed. Up went the window.
?? What do you want ?" was asked.
?' I want my wife," replied the hus
At this moment the excitement was in
tense. all rife to take the house down,
rather than not obtain the wife for tho
?? I say." shouted the leader of the
van, ?' we'll givo you just five minutes to
bring that woman to btr husband. If you
doa't we are coming to take her."
"Yes, yes, yes," nas the hasty re
sponse ; and in less lime the woman was
delivered to her anxious husband, amidst
the joyful shouts of the concourse of peo-?
The father left town, being satisfied
that the people would secure to every man
the possession of his legal wife.?Port
JC3T" Julius, why didn't you oblong
your atay at the springs ?"
" Kase, Mr. Snow, they charge too
" How so, Julius ?"
" Why de landlord charged dis eolor
ed individual wid stealing de spoons."
As Old Relic.?A servant man be
longing to Mr. Hubert Hamner, while
ploughing un a tobacco field plantation in
Alb9marle county, recently brought to the
surface a gold ring, on which was engra
ved the name of the owner, Rebecca Har
per, and the date 1746, one hundred and
ten years ago.
X3T What's tho difference between a
candle in the Mammoth Gave and a
dance in a public house ? The one is a
taper in a cavern, and the the other is a
caper in the tavern.
MM j Ih
Rosenthal & bro. can tho attention of I
tho ottizuuj of Clarksburg and vicinity to 1
their now Clothing Storo, which they apanod
on Wednesday, tho S2d of Ootobor.
Having purchased tho goods in tho Eastern ci
ties .or oai-li, wo will bo nolo to soil at tholowest
Eastern pri-'os; and feel confident that we can
compete with any similar buainoas. Our clot Hon
aro made in tho most fashionable manner, and
at tho, saino tiino aro very durable.
Our 8 took cocsista of ovory variety .'of Men's
and Boy's Clothing; auoh as Ovorooata, Talmas,
Lord Kaglan, Sack and FrockCoata, ofdilforent
materials; Dross Coats, Oasslrocro and Casaiuot
Business Coats, Cum Coats. Pantaloons and
v'oatsinall stales. Also, Oent.'s Furnishing
Goods; suoh an Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Drawer*,
Gloves, etc. It would tako too inuoh spaoo to
name all the different artlolos. We invite every
one to give a oall at Rosenthal's, betwban Ir
win's Store and Smith's Tin Shop, before pur
chatingelsewhere. ROSENTHAL <Jk BRO.
Clarksburg, Va.. Oot. 24th, 1S58.?2m.
AT TIIE CLARKSBURG STATION!
I WOULD respectfully inform the publle tka? !
I am now opening a very large lot of
At my Warehouse, whioh will be sold wholesale
or rotail. on tho very best Mrms.
The ladies are invited to call and exarain* the
stock, as they have been cared for in tho selec
A full supply of Iron, ITalls, Glass, Bait, *?.,
[ always on hand.
Now is tho time to save the dimes.
All kinds of produce purchased on liberal
Goods, or produce sent to mr oare will be,
promptly attended to. A If. B AS TABLE.
Clarksburg Depot, N. W. 7a. B. R., OotoberJ
Bayly Keys A Son,
WIIOLE8ALE GROCERS A COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, No. 2, South Eutaw 8tre?t,
Baltimore, M<l.,will give their attention to the
aelliug of Flour, Grain, Wool, Leather, or any
kind of country produoe whioh may be consigned
to thoir oaro, and by leave we refer to the follow
W. Harrison, Bent. Wilson, Chas. Lewis,
J. D. Wilson, Burton Daspard, Clarksburg.
.1. H. Bennett, Jas. Bennett, Minter Bailey,
Caleb Wm.E. Arnold, R.J. McCan
diah, Jas. T. Jaokson, C. 8. Hurley, Weston.
J. J. Winter, Wm. C. Fitzhugh, G. W. San
dusky, Mosars. W. Johnson <*Co. Elias Lawson
M. II. Johnson, L. D. Johnson, G. H. A. !
Knnst, J. E. Sharpaa, Abraham Smith, John
Stores! Stores! Stoves !
The aubsoribcr would oall the attco ?
tion of the publio to tho very superi ? ?
lot of storos now on hand, embrao' g|
all the late improvements.
Tho Cooking Stovea are warranted to
bo bottor than any over sold in tho
country, and at lower prices. The
Church, Parlor and Shop Stoves are of groat va
riety, of tine styles and oheap. Those wishing
to make thomaelves comfortable during Che eo
. miug cold weather, can be accommodated at
[ small expense. C. W. SMITH.
Clarksburg, otol'or. 17th, 1855.?tf
' j HE N. W. VA. RAILROAD beiug in ope
X ration to this place, persons desiring goods
to be properly taken care of and forwardod with
out delay, should have them whon sent to this
Station, addressed te the care of the undersign
ed, acting agent. ISAAC BAKER.
Acting Agent for R. R. Co.
Clarksburg, Vu., Oct. &JlH, '56,
jULBERTSON, MORRISON St Co., mnnn
^ J facturt-rs of Stoves, Grates, Holloware, |
Threshiug Al Heaping Machine Castings, and!
Castings generally. No. 69 Market street.
Also, agents for Burke A. Barnea' Patent 3a- |
lainauder Fire Proof Safes. Warrunted.
New additlsns ara being constantly made te
our patterns, je37 ly
Tho subscribers having formed a part
nership in tho Blaoksmithing busiuess,
? ? and takon tho shop formerly oooupiod by
G. \V. McGinnis, near Bartlett's Hotel, are pro
pared to do any kind of work in their line, at
the shortest uotioo and upon tho most reasnoabla
terms. All work warranted.
COLLINS <fc BASH.
Clarksburg, Fob. 9,1838?ly
Dried Apples Wanted.
j T WISH to purchase 1,000 bushels of good,
) 1 bright, Dried Applos.
| 1 have constantly on hand a largo stock of
j Dry Good s. G os, !<? on Salt, Nails, Grates,
Stovea and Gla-.s. Also, Fre*h Kn'tor, I'ota
. toas, etc., oall sold on tho bosi terms. Call an<lsoo.
A. M. BASTABLE.
Clarksburg, Nov. 12,1158.?Utf
Staudolpli & Latimer,
LOUR aud GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHAN TS, UG South street, (Bowly's
wharf,) two doors soulh of Pratt at.
They are prepared to furnish bags to persons
consigning grain to their address. anil) ly
PORTRAIT, 8IU.V A HOl'giS PAI.VT8R, Ac.,
Nearly oppo3ita A. Criaa' Storo, Main St.,
His shop is tho acoond door above Barnes'
Drug Store. Ho will also givo lossons in draw
ing. Rooms at Dent's Hotel. febl51y
JLcwis County .Seminary.
MUIIS INSTITUTION is looatodln the town of
1 Weaton, Lewis county, Va., and hiia been
i established with tlio view of meeting the increa
sing demaud forcducation.nl fuoilitioa in this auc
tion of Virginia. Tlta surrounding country is
fertile and healthy, abounding in picturesque
acenery, aud inhabited by a population prover
bial for their sobriety, intelligence and high tone
of morality, so that parents who placo their sons
or daughters here, can feel assured of their be
ing exposed to none of those ailnremonts to dis
sipation and vice that bosot youth In cor largo
towns and cities.
Per Session of Five Months 37,00
Incidental expenses, 50
First Oiris<on, $16,00
Second do., 10,00
Incidental expanses, 1,00
Tuition to be paid quarterly, in advance, and
no pupil will bo readmitted unless the balance of
all preceding accounts ba paid beforehand. Pu
pils will bo charged from the beginning of the
term on which they enter and no dodnction will
bo made on account of absence, except In cases
of protractod sickness.
Young men doslrions of preparing themselves
for an early and advantageous entrance to Col
lego can be prepared in from 10 to 14 months ac
cording to their advancement and habitt of study,
and thus save time and expense : should a longer
time be required no charge will be made. In
such cases $20 extra wili be charged per year.
Punctuality in the discharge of duties, and
thorougktuat in scholarship, will be insisted on
from every pupil.
The Academic year is divided into two ses
sions of 20 weeks each,commencing as follows:
The fall term the first Monday in September,
the summer torui the tirst Monday in February.
It is of vast importance to those who coutein
plate connection with this institution to b? pre
sent at the opening of the term that they may
have au equal start with their classmates.
For circulars giving full particulars of the in
stitution, address the Principal,
JAS. S. COCHRAN.
IL?" By permission?the following references ;
Jonathan M. Bennett,'
K. J. McCandiish,
Thomas Bland, Weston, Va.
John Morrow, Esqrs.,
Hon. Wn. Bigler, U. S. Senator, Penna.
" Ephraim Banks, And. Gen. "
" I. A. Morrison, Ins. Drags, Phila.
?' Chas. Shaler, Pittsburg.
Rev. H. A- Board mail, D. D., Phila.
" Wm. Annan. D. D., Pittsburg.
" S. Woods, D. D., Lewistowa.
Juty 11th, 868.?hy
^ " 11 -'T- ? ?"
THE undersigned having ro-bullt and enlarge
his Hotel, is now prepared to entertain vinit
tora and travalors in u manner unsurpassed in
His Housi is a large ooinfortable three story
brick building, pleasantly located in theccntroot
the town; contiguous to tne Court-house and the
prinoipal business parts of tho place, and is pro
vided with all the oon veoionoes for keeping a drat
His Ta?ls will be supplied with the best the
oountrr can afford, and
His Bab stocked with the choicest Liquors.
Evory attention will be paid to render the vis
its of those who may favor him with aoall.oom
fortable and pleasant.
J. P. BARTLETT.
Olarksbnrg, March 84th, 1882.?ly
N.B.?The stable is attended by careful and
rpHE undersigned baring refitted this popular
1 hotel, situated on the aooth aide of Pike
street. In abont the centre of Clarksburg, re
spectfully Invites his old friends and the public
generally, to give him a call. His aim is to keep
a quiet and orderly house and afford to his guests
the comforts of a home.
His table will be supplied with all the market
His bar Is stocked with a choice supply of the
He lias extensive stabling connected with the
hoasn for the accominodotion of drorers and
Every attention will be paid to ail who may
favor him with a call.
je 80 ?> Proprietor,
THE undersigned having purchased the well
known house recently oocupied by Mrs.
Cooper, and permanently looated himself in tho
thriving town of Buokhanncn, is now prepurotl
to entertain visitors and travelers in a style un
surpassed in Western Virginia.
His hoase is large and oorafortable, is pleaosnt
ly looated near the Court-house, and has all tho
oonvsniencee for keeping a first-class hotel.
His t as La wili be supplied with the best tho
oouutry oan afford.
Every attention will be paid to render all who
may favor him with their patronage, comforta
ble and happy. L. D. LOKENTZ,
N. B.?His aTABLX will be in the eharge of so
1 her. attentive hostlerB. L. I>. L.
Maroh 7th, 13M.?ly
THE undersigned would respectfully announce
to the pnblio, that he has leased the house
known *? the " Northwe?tern Hotel," situated iu
Clarksburg, Va. The house and furniture arc
now undergoing a general oourse of repairs, whiob
when completed, will render this one of the most
pluaaant houses in the country. The rooms are
l?rgo, airy an<l oonveuientiy arranged. A portion
of the house is now open, and public patronag
is respectfully solioited. ho pains will be spared
to rondor. hone who may encourage this house,
Clarksburg, Juno 1st, 1354. Proprietor. |
j.. g,?a limited number of boarders cau
eoommodated with rooms. je7 ly
E3TON, Lewis oounty, Virginia, formorly
kept by Miuter Bailey, and now by Josnpli
The proprietor bogs leave to inform the trav- ]
oiling publio, that be ie prepared to give the
weary traveller a pleawant rotreat.
ilia table ie furniahed with the boat the mar
ket aftbrds. his bar is supplied with choice li- j
quors?with an attentive and accomodating Bar
keeper. The attention of the houso is prompt
and ready to give my guest a hearty rooeption.
I aak my Friends of Harrison, Uiimor uud
Lewis, and the travelling public gonerally, to
live me a call, and X will try my boat to make
my bouse their home. JOS. ?. VV1LKIK8UW.
W??toj<, Aug. let, 1865?ly.
Tilt, undersignod would respectfully announce
to the publio, that he has opened a Public
House iu Bridgeport, Va.
This House having been built and fitted
up expressly for the entertainment ot the
publio, ho feels confident that ho cau satisfacto
rily entertain all who may favor him ith a call.
H18 STABLE is large and convenient and
will bo oarofully attended.
Charges will be made at all times as reasona
ble as oiroumstances will admit.
I). I). WILKINSON, Proprietor.
April 4th, 1S65.?ly
r H. A. BARRON, rUHiLll'PI, Va.?
_ j The proprietor hus re-opened his houso
for the accommodation of the public, and re
spectfully.solicits u share of patronuge. ilis ho
tel has jus't been eiilurged aud fitted up iu good
style, aud he will spare no pains lo contribute to
the comfort and convenience of those who may
blvor him with their custom.
ItJ* There is uttuclied to the house u good sta
ble attended by careful aud trusty hostlers.
October 4th, lt?5-l?ly
BY I>. E. DELAY, has undergone a thorough
renovation, and been fitted up iu a good
style. The subscriber hopos to givo goneral sa
tisfaction to the public.
HIS TABLE will bo supplied with all tho
dslioaoioa of the soason, ancl attentivo waiters.
Ilis stable is at all times supplied with tho
best of provender, aud trusty hostlers.
Thankful to a geuerotis community for past
favors, ho hopos to merit a continuance of tho
same. D. E. DELAY.
June 20, 1358.?ly
TIIE subscriber takes this method of in
forming travolors and tho publio iroiio
rally, that he has oponed a public houso
in JANE LEW, Lowis county, Va., whore ho
would bo pleased to soo all disposed to favor him
with a call.
He is furnishod with all conveniences nocessary
tv? reader the visits of his gnosts pleasant and
comfortable, and no pains Will be sparod to at
tain that object.
A portion or the publio patronago is respoct
fnlly solioited. II. W. BALL.
Docembor 6th, 1556.?ly
United States Hotel,
rI"> S. CONLEY, Proprietor, opposite the
_L . Court House, PAHKEIIHIJUKG, Va.
This house has beon rofitted and many im
rovementa made by the present proprietor, who
will spare no pains to contribute to the comfort
of his visitors.
i?]T Good Stabling attached to the house
IV. IV. Va. Railroad.
ving been putiu up
' craliou ttirough to Clarksburg, will carry freight
to aud from that place, Bridgeport, t lemington
and Webster, at the same rates as are charged
upon the Bait. Ohio Railroad, for a like dis
tance. All freight consigned to other placee than
Piedmont, Cumberland, Martiusburg, Harper's
Kerry, Baltimore, Moundsville or Wheeling,
must be paid for the whole distance at Grafton,
and for the above named stations, tho freight
must be paid to Grafton only. so?ti
The subscriber is Pre"c^^3^^'
nared to accommodate the
V'.l. U Vrthirlfta. &c.. ^ 'w
public with Horses, Vehicles, Ac.,
upon the most reasonable terms. Stable on
Pike street about half way between Walker's and
Dout's Hotel-, Clarksburg.
Horses taken on livery at reasonable rates.
Horses at all tixnos for salo.
A Hack is regularly ra?J from Clarksburg to
W. G. SAYLOR.
November 14th, 1855.?ly
MR. H. W. S. RlGDEN having taken
charge of tho working department of my
establishment, is prepared to execute In the ve
ry beet manner, all kinds of work ill the line of
Watch and Clock Making. Jewelling, and Sil
veramithing, fltc. Plain Jewelry and Silver
ware made to ardor. J. H. MURPQGY.
O-Positively, no creditfor werk.
, j fc;
DE. SMITH wotjld respeotfully inform his
frionda aud the pabllo that bo qontinuos to
be confidentially consulted ?t his old?atablinhe<l
Modiea] House. No. 16, South .Frederick street,
on all diseiMtoa o'f A FKIVATE OEpEIJOATE
NATURE. His long experience and attention
to this class of oomplaintt; his safe and speedy
method of treatment, and his extraordinary suc
cess daring a long and extensive praotico, ena
bles him, confidentially, to promise all persons
so afflicted, a safe and radieal cure, without in
jury to the constitution or confinement from bu
siness. By a long course of study and practical
experience, Dr.. 8. has now the gratification of
presenting the unfortnnate with remedies that I
nave never failed'sinoe be firet Introduced tliora,'
to cure the moat alarming ease, and that in a ve- 1
ry short bat reasonable time, without tho aid of
mercury or any other deleterious drug. Within
the last ten years Dr. 8. has ourod more than
thirty thousand cases of the above character, and
it may be safely said that xobi than onx half
of the patients bad been previously treateu wun
mercury and other mineral poisons by some lot
eifrn or native pretender to the hoaling art.
Dr. Smith does not profoee to be a Parisian, or
a graduate of any London or Parisian hospital.
He believea the United States can procure physi
cians as capable of curing disease, "no matter
how dUHoult," as any foreigner who has been
oompelled to leave his own country because his
boasted skill and wonderful discoveries in medi
cine have failed to afford him a living at home.
Lot the unfortunate bear in mind, when affliction
overtakes him, that no time should be lost in ma
king application to a competent physician, as
they would not only obtain relief Irom pain,
avoid mortification through exposure, and elude
great constitutional injury, but enable their med
ical assistant to be more moderate in his ohargos
than he oould justly be where symptoms have
become confirmed or the disease mc re widely dif
fused. The rapid advances of this truly terrify
ing disease is sufficient to alarm tho boldest
henrt. When ulceration and discolored blotch
es, with rooking pains, betray to the unliapuy
viotiin the deadly poison preying upon his vitials,
then, '-and not till then," do many awake to a
full sense of their danger.
Young ilss and others afflicted witha Seminal
Debility whother origininating from a cortain
destructive habit, or trom any other oeuse, with
the train of bodily and mental evils which fol
low, when negleuiod, should make an early ap
plication, with the full assurance that they can
Do speedily restored to sound health and firm vig
or. This is one of the greatest evils that can Ira
fall man, and has doomod thousands of the hu
man race to untimely graves; blasted tho bril
liant hopes of parents; and blightod, in the bud,
the noblo ambition of many an aspiring youth.
Dyspepsia, weaknessof the back, eyes and limbs,
palpitation of the heart, dizziness, forgotfulnoss,
&c., are symptoms of this diaoase.
XuroTKNCK?Ihpuissamoic.?Ono of the most
freqnent penalties paid by thoso who give unre
strained licence to their passions is a loss of vi
rile power. The young, unaware of tho fearful
results that may ensuo, are but too apt to .-om
iuit exaosses. Impotency may, and does, ocour
from stricture, gravel, doposUes in tho urine, and
from many other causes; hut by f;ir the 1110*1 fre
quent source of it is an abuse*of the sexual or
gans, by exoessivo venory or seif-pollution?pur
tlcularly the lost. Too great excitement of the
ireriital organs is, however, productive of other
oll'uctu, besides premature impotency; it tends to
derange the digestive functions, and weaken the
physical and mental powers. Thus parents and
others are ofteu deceived as to the true source of
the complaiuts of the youth and young men. It
could bo shown how attenuation of tho frame,
palpitation of tho hoart, derangement of tho nor
vous system, cough, indigestion, aud a train of
symptoms, indicative of oonsuuiption, are often
ascribed to wrong causes, whon, in reality, they
are the consequences of an alluring and perni
cious practice, ulike destructive to tho mind and
Dr. Smith has givon particular attention to
the euro of fom.ile complaints. His method of
treating Suppression, irregularities, an.i other
complaints peculiar to thoir sex, is safe, and sol
dom requires but u short limo to cure, l'.iliuuts
can be cured at homo by addressing a lottei to
Dr. Smith, describing symptoms, and rocoive
modicino,securely packed from observation, for.
warded by express or otherwise, to any part of
N. li.?I'ersons afflictod with any of tho above
complaints will do woil to uvoid boasting impos
tors, whether foreign or native, as also the nu
merous srxcirics, udvortised as a cortain euro for
any and overy disease. Those preparations are
put up to sell but not to euro, and frequently do
inuoh moro harm than good, therefore avoid
thorn. A word to the wise is sulllcient. d
drees _ Dk. J. B.SMITH,
No. 16 S. Frederick St.,
,iar.2 ly Baltimore, ild.
P. S.?No lottors will bo answered unloss they
contain a remittance or a postage stamp.
i\CW (iuoils !
"M. JOUNSON & GO. have jnst roceivod,
unJ ure now opening at Bridgeport, tlio
lnrifeit stock of Good* over brought to tho oouu
ty, ami will koop constantly on hand every
kind ot'Goods usually kept in Town or Country
Tho Farmers of Harrison, Lowis, Upshur, Bar
bour aisd Taylor countios, ure roqucutod to call
anil got their fall supplies on toi ins us low us at
uuy other store in t>io country. A full supply of
Salt, Iron, Noils. Castings, Grates, and over/
thing fanners usually want, always on hand.
The N. W. Va. Railroad Company having es
tablished a Depot at Bridgeport, for tho iccep
tion and forwarding goods, vKc., Win. Johnson
& Go., solicit from Merchants and otliors a por
tion ot their custom. K\ory olfort will bo made
to givo sutisfaetiou to those eonsiguiug goods
to their care.
Our present cash pricoa for tho loading artielos
of trade, are as follows :
O. A.SA LT, full sucks, 2:43
KANAW.I A sALf, per bu. C2>4
SUGAR per hundred pounds, ll@li
BROWN MUSLIN, 9<f}10
Wo -lo not permit any one to sell lower than
The highest market price will bo given for all
kiuds ofproduao ill txohuugo for goods.
Those porson-. having lots of whoat to sell for
cash will do well to cull here bet'oro selling. Wo
keep pos'.od as to tho Baltimore prices.
'1 ho conveniences ut this depot for forwarding
cattle, hogs, tScc., aro suporior to any in tho
country, Pasture, hay or grain can always bo
obtained upon fair terms.
Uutobcr loth, laoti.? lv.
Locuxt Pins and lVhitc*
Oak Staves Wanted*.
FERRY & TROWBRIDGE, Foot Jughes
street, Baltimore. Will purchase uud re
ceive on tho liuo of the Baltimore and Ohio
Rail Road, and also on the North western Rail
road, Locust Pius of the following dimensions,
free from defects or short crooks.
11 in. long 1% square. I 26 in. long, 1}$C square.
16 ?? '? ?? ?? | 28
IS " " " ?' I 30 " " " ?'
?jij >i ?. ii ii I j-j t. n n a
?J-> ?? ?? \y? " j 34 ?? ii u ii
ij-l 11 ? 11 | 3U 11 W 11 11
10, 1, and 12 feot long, and upward 10 inches
iu diameter at the small end.
WiiiTi Oak Ijtavks.?33 inchea long, 5 to 7
wide, 1 3-6 inch, thick on the heart edge. Also,
?14 inchea loug, 5 inches wide, 1 ineh uiich on
the heart edge. Also, 56 inches long, -1 to 5
inches wide, 1 inch thick.
For Heading.?-?i inches long, 10 to 15 in
ches wide, inches thick on Uie heart edge.
Reler to G. H. dPRIGG, Cashier Fairmont
Bunk. G.C. MILLER, Cashier Baa'i of Com
merce, Baltimore. U0l4 3m
jllLl TAR IT L\S riTIJIE.
UKBANA., Frederick Go., Md. Lar.dou ia sit
uated Lnouj of the m<?c beautiful, healthy,
retired yet accessible parts of our country. It ia
distant 2 in.lc." from the IjamsviUe Depot of the
B. ?S O. B. K. Whiiat it i?eas? of aocess,it is re
moved from the temptations incident to public
places. The course of instruction embraces all
of the branches taught la the best Academies of
our country. The Military feature, whilst it af
lords a healthy and improving exercise, doea not
interfere with the studies of the pupils. Circu
lars containing full particulars, may be had upon
application to tho Principal.
Refer to B. Despard, liq., and Judge Camden,
of Clarksborj, who U*vo sons at Landou.
J. K. JONES,
Crbani, Frederick County, Md.
October Slat, 1856.?Sm
JH| H. MURPHEY liu jmtjocaived a new lot
. of Lava Car Ring] add Breaat Pins, ia
setts., Abe, a lot of BmU Cameoa ia ntts.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
t\ e: jko. f. shickel a co'?. faaetlv
-U MEDICINES. In presenting these preDJ_
rations to the public, the propriotore are' aware
of the prejudices which they must tucpeot to r*e |
counter. The country is deluged with qui-J;
(nostrums, each claiming to bo the neplM ni^,
?the.medieiuo of all medicines?and are pushed
Unto notice by the aid of printer's ink, with ?
zeal worthy of a better cause, notwithstanding ?ii
that has been said and the essays written agafnat
their use by the profession, and out of the pro
fession. Indeed 60 prevalent has hewqia iha
mania for quackery, that a recent writer, a mHli
of emlnonce in the medical profession.slronflv
advises that thesubject bo lot alone. "Itejtiata ft
says he, "in every walk and occupation of yj'
by the exercise of whioh men procure broad "
and thinks it time wasted to ondeavor to atom
Wo have long since thought that the onjj ef
fectual melbod of counteracting this strong cur
rent of quackery was to place in the hands of the
people, regular medicines, prepared in acoordanoe
with the rules of pharmacy.
When our prairies and mountains catch Ire
and the inhabitants behold the devouring ele
ment sweeping towards their devoted homes,
what do tboy do 1 Do they vainly endeavor to
stop its progress by throwing a law buckets of
water upon it 1 By no means I They ?>uild up
counter-fires which rash forth to meet the ap
proaching torront of flame, and by exhausting
its food, put a stop to its ravagos, or turn it out
of its oourso. Now this is preoisely what we are
trying to do. The counter-lire which we are
kindling, oonsists in presenting to the public, me
dicines which are prepared according to the
laws of Science, from the b?st of drugs, and un
dor the nuperintednenoe of a regular physician.
For testimonies of thoir efllcaoy in the treat
ment of the various diseases for whioh they are
recommended, we wouM refer to all that have
ever used of thetn. Wo bring forward no certi
ficates from obsure individuals, stating t)lat
j they have boon cured of all manner of inourable"
diseases, dooming it an insult to tho intelligence
I of tho community to try to palm olf suoij stuff
upon them. If these medicines are a humbug
then medical scienoe is a humbug.
7hm raiiND or tbi amiotid, o>
Is confidently recommended to invalids as un
surpassed by any known preparation for tho
cure of Spasms. Old Sores, ana swelling of all
kinds. Indeed it has 110 superior where an out
ward application is necessary ; but its most per
fectly magicul power appears to be over all Ul
cers, and oronio cases of Khoumatism, thuthave
resisted all othor remedies for yoara. (It never
havingbeon known to fail even once in tho course
ot eight years.) It is unparagonod in tho euro
ot tho following diseases ic t niinals, viz:-I>istom
porr Wiudgalis, Scratches, Sweeney. Stiffness
baddloirails. Wounds, *!to.
The Genuine Med cai Anodyne.
An iiivaiuublo xo:tioilv for tho euro of liie fol
lowing diseases, viz : Toothache, Chills, (or vi
gor,) Headache, Gholic, Cholera Morbus, Intia
matory KUoumnti?m, tfce. It in aiso an invalu
able medicino iu many i-ompiaiuts to avhich fe
males aro subject. In obstructions, either total
or partial, it has been found of inestimable bene
fit ; restoring their functional arrangoroouts to &
healthy action, pnrifying tho blood and other
fluids so effectually as'to j;ut to flight all disomies
which may arise from female irregularities, as
headaches, giddiness,pain in thoaida, back, ?fco.
In fact it is unexcelled, if equallod by any other
preparation known, for the cure of all diseases
arising from cold.
The Neutralizing Cordial, or Physic.
This is one of tho most vuluublo preparations
known, for cholera morbus, cholera infantum,
or summer complaint of children, diarrhoea,
dysentery, &o. Its operation and action appear
to bo a specific, if not infallible. It is excellent
in oortuiu diseases of women, to allay sickness,
regulate tho bowels, <fec.
HI tick or Mealing Snlve.
This Salvo will lie found superior to every otn
ir, where applications of this kind aro required.
1', has an excellent effect i:i Burns, Fever Sores,
Scrofulous, Fistulous, and all other ulcers.
This ointmont is very cooling, relaxing, and
emolicnt. It is very useful in Sprains, Contu
sions, Swellings, Dislocations, Contracted Sin
Brown Ointment, or Eye Salve.
This Ointment, for irruptions generally, sore
eyes, i?ru., is superior to all others. It almost in
variably benotits in overy case.
They ease pain,create a moderate prespiration,
aud produces refreshing sleep. Good for rostluss
chiidron, romoves flatulency aud wind eholic, and
is useful iu hysteric and nervous affections, fe
male debility, &o.
For further particulars call on our agents, or
ouraoloeo, and purchase some, or all of our me
dicines and bo convinced tbat they are no Ilurn
Tlic abovo medicinos arepreparod and sold by
Dr. JNO. SillUKEI, & CO., Point Pleasant,
Harrison co., Va., and for sale by merchants and
Druggistsgcuorally throughout tho Stale.
Address DK. JiS'O. F. SHICKEL.
Limestono Station Harrison co. Va.
Afllictctl Rend !
PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Es
tablished twenty-two yours ago by Dr.
KINKLIN", corner of Thinl and Union Streot,
Philadelphia, l'?. Twenty-two yoars' experi
onco baa rendered Dr. K. a most successful prac
titioner ill tho euro of all diseases of c privuto
nature; manhood's debility, as ail iinpodiinont
to marriage ; norvous soxual infirmities, disea
808 of tbe akin, and those arising from abase of
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
There id nil ovil habit sometimes indulged in
by boys, in solitude, often growing up with them
to manhood ; and whioli it' not reformed in duo
tiino, not onlj begets serious obstaoios to inatri
moniul happiness, but gives rise to a sories of
protracted, insidious, and devastating affections.
Fuw of thoao who give way to this pernicious
practice are aware of tho consoqucnccs, until
thoy find the nervous system shattorod, feel
etrango and uuaccountablo sensations, and vague
fears in tho miud. (See pages, 27, 23,2'J, of Dr.
K.'s book on " Self-Pres?rvation."
Tho uufortiinato thus affected boeomos fcoble,
is unable to labor with accustomod vigor, or toi
apply his mind to study, his stop is tardy and
weak ; ho is dull, irresolute, and engages eve?
in his sports with loss energy than usual. /
11' ho emancipate himself beforo tho practiy
has dono it's worst, and onter matrimony, ii?
marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tolls I Jni
that this is caused by his early follies. Tlf^a
are considerations which should awaken the At
tention of all who aro similarly situated. [
Komeniber, ho who places liimsolf under/Dr.
Kinelui's treatment, may religiously ccntifp in
his honor as a gentleman, and reiy upon tJc as
suranu), that the secrets of Dr. K.'s paticip will
never be dkolosed. /
Young man?let no false modesty dcjpr yon
from making your case known to one, w*', from
odiuation and respectability, can ccrup'y be
friend vou. /
Dr. Kinkelin's residence has boon if the last
twenty years at the N. W. Corner of Third and
Union Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. /
Patients at a distance can have Joy stating
thoir case oxplicity, together with a'Jf hoir symp
toms, por letter, enclosing a remitubes) Dr. K's
medicino, appropriated acoording./
Forwardod to any part of tho doited States,
and packed secure from damage* curiosity, by
mail or express. /
BEAU ! rOCTH ASD MjlJPOOD '?
A Vigorous Ci/e or a Prematu-t Death, Kinkelin
on Self-Preservation?Cyy/'l*' cenls.
I Letters containing that v/H^.in PtaTaps, will
ensure a.copy per return of'J*-1
' Gratis! Gratis! Gratis .'?M Pfet Jift to All?
| Misery it-*"'-;
i; <l*uUo," a valuable w?.rk,
fail of valuable advice u-4 IujpTeastvt warning,
alike caicala'od to pre vt aJ year a ot misery, and
.nave LnoueaLda oi ctia&rib^i.hout
charge, and forwards i f aiiJ post, oiiico
in the United State*,#* receiving aa order en
closing ttro postage ?t|Jnpe. aai ly
RF. CRIaS r!Qld nSoat respectfully iu
? form his and customers that ho
has removed his ifta from Kincbloe'a corner to
W. P. GofPs bri?' building on Turnpike street.
He has just recced and ?" now opening one of
the largest, bjf? and cheapest stock of Goods
that has ever tfea in this place. All who have
got money itMwnd and produce to exchange,
tiring it alo>tf> and thoy shall have goods ixry
cheap 7 l0CUj5 U
wriioro ?h internal -
souutry is challon
un be p^a^bf'thoaiaiida of
in tlio hands of Agents throughout the <
It operates upon the system in apaw?
effectual manner, ret witljtbegreatwMf*
From the name or its oompototlon.it peno'
Use of tausolea whioh nara 1?
from various causes. For ,
Looks, Weakness of the sides, Breaat, or Baok,
Liver Complaints, Enlargement of ihe Spleen,
&o., trreat cores have been effected by aj
the INDIAN LINIMENT externally.
Liver Complaints, Enlargement v.
?eat cores have been effected by applying
.^iDIAN LINIMENT externally,
few drops taken on a lump of anga* Inl
For long itanding OcMta?a^Coughs,
nssa accompanying such Affisotiona. it hasi --
?qnal. Billions Cholic, Cramp in the BowjU
and Stomaoh, Cholera Morboa, *o-, an effectual
and safe remedy. Price 25 eta., or 5 bottles $1.
For Man. ?
It cures inflamatory and Chronio Bianmat
iam.Sore Throat, Croup, SweUedLinjbe,' Pwpa
I in the Breast, Back or Side, Stiff Joints, Ague
[ in tho Face. Sprains, Salt Bheam. Braises, Ohil
felaina, Toothache,- Sting of Ins?c?s, Barm,
FrosJed Feet, San Pains, Itouea, NarvopaPl^
eases Ceakneas in the Ankles and Limbs WW;
l3R Ery^Mlas, Headache, DM* of the
It cannot bs surpass.** ^a'o/^SiPstbulder'
0 hafes and Scratches, Stra^T* SJ J? 8o? <L "r
Stifles, Cracked Heels, King-lfr c7?"' BW r'
and is a sure dura for the Botts. , ? j
The moat severo cases of Choli# in Horsee .
Csttle, have been cored by the leJlan Liniment.
It is a well known fact that the Indians pos
sessed a knowledgo of the medical virtues of
Plants entirely unknown to th* white man. A
knowledge of these plants,'so" important to man
kind, would have remained forever seoret with
the Indians, had it not been that Missionaries
traveling among them have beoome acquainted
with these remedies and their mode of prepara
tion. It was by these means the oeleyratoa IN
DIAN LINIMENT was found ont, a discovery
of the greatest importance to the sloe
BARBELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT, with Dr.
Blake's Senative Life Pills, is a"
used by many fami ies, and none
ted their virtues, would for a da;
them. Agents are dally writing
ing accounts of new and astonis
formed by it, both external and i;
Try itonoe,yoo will uovot roi
whon you have ascertained its v'
never be without it in the house,
dents, or consider it nofo to travel
tie in y our trunk?like thousands
know it well, and foel safe whorf they havo it
along. Thore is nothing that camoomp&re with
it before the people.
tho joints with great pain, som
mutton and swelling. Treat:
Liniiueu t to the part affcoted,
flannel. In severe oasos take
three times a day, on loaf suj
should be kept opon. Take 8
tive Life Pills : they are purely Fcgotablo, cloau
sinptbo system, purifying the blood, and thus
assisting the '* Indian Lidiirfnt," to eradioaie
r cures por
t it. And
es, you wi
oaso of acci
lthoot a bot
S or 30 drops
effectually every ttace of tho
Eutsipslas.?Some of th
cures have been performed b,
iuent to the parts offected.
Hives oh ubovp.?This di
feets children, and is ofton '
ment.-Bathe the throat and
inient, and tako 6 drops iute:
Agents.?A. F. Bam
T. J annoy, Bnckhannon,
A. <fc.!. W. Crawford, B
J a*. T. Jackson and Bail*
P. M. Arnold, Jaoksonv,
n. A. Barron, Phillipp!
John S. Burdett, Prunl
Smith & Co., Fetterma:
M. Jennings, West Uni
Bobort Porter, llarrisvi
C. W. Kelly & Co., Sui
Dr. Wash, iiillory, Koi
J. W. Tomlinson, C
Applying lhe Lini
> principally af
,st with the Liu
ly on loaf sugar,
and B. F. Criss
dc TonstiU, Weston,
e, Lewis eo.
ing Creek, Randolph
al Agent for Virginia.
Purify tic Blood!
Moffat's Lilo PHI & Phcnuix Bitters.
I'ltKU FROM VLl MIXKIIAL, I'OIHO.VS.
rnilE great _populs?ty whloh Moffat's Life
1 l'illa and Phosnf Bitters have attained,1n
oonsoquenco of tho ?tr?oTdinary cares offooted
by thoir uso, rondo# it unneooaeary for th? pro
prietors to ontcrinUppartioular analysis of thoir
medioal virtues <ff properties. Having been
more than twoutjj#ears before tho publio, and
having tho unitecfostiraony of iboro than three
millions of porsoU who have been restored to
the oujoymont <1porfeot health by them, it ia
boliovod that th'ir reputation aa the boat vege
table modicintflow before the publio, admits of
uo dispute. Iuialmoat every city and village in
tho United St4p*, thcro are many who are rea
dy to testify a their otficacy in removing die
case, and giuDg to tho while systom renewed
vigor and lii^Jth.
la tho of Scrofula, Uloere, Scurvy or
Eruptionsr^tho skin, tho operation of tho Life
Medicines# truly astonishing, ofton removing
in a fow (y8i every vostige or these loathsome
diseases, >f their purifyiug offoctson the blood.
Fovorut* Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, I'ilos, and
in shoryuost all diseases, soon yiold to their
curatiwfproportios. No family should be with
out th#i, as by thoir timoly use much sufforlng
and eJfcuso may bo saved. Prepared by William
ii. M. D., Now York ; and for sale by
li. fi/OBIFFIN, at the post-oflice, Clarksburg,
VaT fotea ly
7 Fresh Arrival;
/ DR. JOSEPH L. CABB
HOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG
AND TOBACCO STORE,
__J^ Opposite liartlett'a Hotel, Clsrks
?JP burg, Va., has just received from Phl
JBP j ladelphia and Now York a large and
I rtt"lk well solo tod stock of American,
"y, y French and English chemicals, Drugs,
Mcdicines, Surgical Instruments, Paints. OUs,
Dyestufts, VarniBh, Brushes,Glass,Splooa,Porfu
tnery, Fancy Articles, Stationery, Oonfootiono
ry,otc.,etc. Also, a large stock of
Tobacco, S11 uIf and Segars,
Ofovory brand and quality ; all of which he will
soli low for cash, or on the usual credit to pnno
BIT" Physicians can rely upen having their
prescriptions carefully compounded. Goods
are selocted with care, and warranted as repre
sented. novlO ly
First Arrival !
By the N. W. Va. Railroad f
JOHN IRWIN Is now receiving a large and
choice assortment of
Fall and Winter Good*.
which cannot fall to please the most fastidious
His stock of ladle* dross goods embrace some
of the most choice and beautiful atylea and pat
He has also a large lot of Calicoes, brown end
bleached Muslins. Table Linen, &c.
Gentlemen's Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Hats, and
A nice stock of Ladies' Kid, lasting and Mor
rocco Shoes, Miwes and Children's Shoe* and
listing Gaiters. French worked Collars and
rnourtiing Goods of almost every description,
A Urge assortment of ladle*' gloves and mits,
and gentlemen's gloves.
A choice assortment of Queensware.
Groceries of all kinds, including Fish, Salt,
Coffee, Sugar, Molura, Rice, Slc,
Having tho advantage of the reduced freight*
:>y railroad, he can afford to *etl at much lower
price* than merchant* in this country bars here
tofore been able to do. oc3
"pBOFESSOKsnd Teaoher of the Piano, Melo
?T deon, Guitar, Flute, and the Bthrioo of Ku
aic genorallv, having permanent)) located in
this pitt^e, would respectfully offer bis profes
sional servioo* to all who desire a per' oowl
edge in the art of SCuaio. Long ozpt ena
bles him to give satiafantion, and a there of pa
tronage ia respectfully soliaited. Ptaooe, Melo
deons, oto., repaired and toned.
\e0~Agency for Ktiabe'a Pianos, and Prlnea
it Powder, Lead and Cap*, Flasks ?
abet and Shot Pouci>?, for aale cheap fc
at v WRIGHTS,
On.Pik* street, Clarksburg.
Powder, Lead and Cap*, Flasks and Ho
ERS, No. 888 Broadway, New
for tho boat Boston and Ni?
Tho largest uuortmen t of
>, Mosical Inatrninenta. and
Im of all kinds, in tho tfniud
>m tan differs lit Manofaoto
with or without
rg?~ Great inducements oflar?d *geul? U
#11 parts of the country to soil tbo
tore' Pianos, MelodooM, and Catalogue ?fH?
riAKos iw'MfifOAWe loirn thai Hon*#
Waters, of S38 Broadway, NY., agent for th*
sale of many of the moal celebrated makers of
Pianos and Muiodoous, is offering theo at prieea
which we advieo all who doalreto parohaee i?
avail themselves of. He ia also soiling hialarg*
and well known Catalogae of A^usio at r*dao?4
prioee, and will forward the aame free if naa
tase. tiia oflfcrs to the trade, teaobera, and.
schools, are of the moat favorable charaoter? ell
of whloh ho will bo able to flU to the letter, fer
having wisely adopted the oaah system. Tk?
llorfcco Waters' Pianos are known as amoag th*
vory best. We are onablod to apeak of theae ia
etrumonta with sorao docroe of oontUonoe, freaa
personal knowledge of thoir ezoedent Wae tai
duraole quality.?N. Y. Evangelist.
Testimonial! from Profesaera.
Hoaaoa Watibs, Bag., 888 Broadway, N. T f
Osaa Sib,?Having examined your Ptaa*
Fortcs from soiontifio and appropriate teeto, X
am enablod to form a satisfactory judgment ef
thoir merits, and it is with pleasure that 1
speak of them aa among tne meat celebrated
^and improved makes of the day.
For power, brilllanoy and richnosa of i?aa.
elasticity of touch, and beauty of finish, thay
B. A. M. Loader of Jullien'e Band, and Maaioal.
Director apd Conductor at Nlblo'a Garden.
The treble ia cloar, pore, powerful, and
molodions, tbo base is deep, rolling', and eoae
rous ; tbo middle part ia rioh, and tTirpaiheae,
and poKeeasee the power of ainging, f. e, ef aaA
liug t)ie sound of eaoh tone, in a degree net rate*,
ly achieved.?Henry 0. Watson. , i?u*
For power of tono, depth ol baaa, and hrUlifut;
cy of treble, together with aoouraoy ef t*o*hl *
they are eqnal to any make I am aoqualatoA
with, and 1 cordially recommend then te thee*
wishing to purohase.?V. O. Taylor.
We consider them worthy of apooial a*.tent!eai
from the resonant and exoeedinjly mualoal toae
which Mr. Watera has shooeoded-ln attaining.
[N. Y. Musical World and Times.
Nothing at tho Stat* Fair displayed great**
excellence in any dupartinontthan thePiaaoIWM
manufactured by Horaco Waters of thia aity.
Horace Waters' Plano-Fortea aro of fltfi, ri*hy
and oven tone, and powerftu,?N.,T. Millar
The Editor of the Savannah "
nah, Ga., speaking of the Piano-1 ?r, ..
Moaara. J. W. Morroll A Co., of that oltr,aaya:
" It will b* aeen that their atook couif "
atrnmenta of every grade of oxoellenoe
woll known manufacturing *stabiiah
Chlckcring A Son, lioraoe Waters, fl. ^
Nunna A Clark, and Boacon A Raven. ?' It
might woll be supposed, that iA *0 large a' e*l
]action there would be sotns very lnainstrt
ments. But therp ia ona whloh, for beauty of
finish and rlohcess and brilllai
equals, If it doea not oxocl, anythii
we have evor aeen. It la from '
ment of Horace Waters. Being
the best and most thoroughly
al, and upon improved prirvi
of reaiating the adtion of the dime
atandlng a long time in tune. Hia tal
atrnmenta aro well known for tb~"~
qualitiaa; though they i
noaa, volume of tone ao
inatrumente of morrObaoar* makers whiot
have aeen ; yet, even In thee* prime Mat
Watera' beat piano* and melodeohs ohell
comparieon with the fin a at mad* anj '
the oountry?though thoae of Ohlok"
bort and othora are more famoua.
Persona wishing for inatrnmenta, whether *1,
the most eoonomioai or extravagant
be likely to anited at the ware-room of Horse*,
Mr, Waters has experimented in stringing hla
piano*?introducing a decided Improvement?
until he see ma to have straek the fountain^
deptha of eound, from the most dalioate te the
moet sonoroua.?Evening Mirror. ? ?
1 Mr. WaUra haa boon long oatabllahod,
favorably known a* on* w top moot
men in his line of bnalnaaa, arr. iffTape^
experienoe, when we aaeore oar reodarm that hi*
price* are below thoae a*a*lly afroqppd/or artUle*
fn his line. We bought a vwy feo iastrssaaat
at an astonishing low figure, and w? have sa
doubt thst others who favor Mi. Wa?aw wHk a.
oall, can trade on aa favorable tarao. . .
oelO [Chriatian Advooat* and Journal, X. T~
oy or touch ?
Siooo a Year.
WANTED?In erenr eoanty la th* DaiM
States, active, Induetrioas, i "
aing men, as Areata f*
of valuable aani:
being expreealy adapted Ut the wanU o( mnrf i
family, and contaaiag notfaWf of a p* raioloa* t
Onr Pablieatious are among th* beet la^ th*
country, and good Agaals o?B reetoa^ ]'
from i3 to$6 * day by ea
A email capital of only *60 la $100 is
For further and fail particulars, adre**
LEARYfc OETZ, PnbUeher*
No. 138 North Sttowi 8tr*d, FkfaityUm
decS?31? ) ;
? Th* *oh**tty worfd aaa**M
to tbo eitixena of Harnaoa and th*
?adjoining oountiee, that he hae r*
a rl t al. . * ? ' *
tamed to darkaborg, with a U*??lol*f e*a**e
ed timber, and is prepared to do all work tit hi*
lineof tinalneae ; suoh aa making new wagaaa, ar
invitation to my old fr.anda and euatoaaaee t*
at th* baalneaa, Ia*p*, ky giving it *11 ay *m*
and attaotioa, to aaerit a ahar* of pabii* yatrea
I have two new two-hora* wa#ofie *a head md
fori tar ?av.na.
May tth, ISM.?tf
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