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General Advertiser, SPRING ARRIVAL NEW & CHEAP CONFECTION EH V. JAMKS CYPHER, UlSPKCTFULLY culls the attention of liiii eili/eus ol Mor?antown uiul the wn rouiuling: country to his fresh supply-ol Coufoetioneries, <ke. lfit? establishment i?*diror.ilv opposite Messrs. Haymoud & Co.'u Stti're, and on ihe North-east coiuei oiw door from the Drug Store. His stock i onsisls of Fresh Oranges & Lemons, Figs, Rai sins, Primus, Dates, Almonds, Fil berts, .English Walnuts, Ground Nuts, &c. Also, fresh Candies of every description ; a very superior article.trfCheose. Tcmpcrancc Drinks, exclusively, in great abundance, via Ginger, Pop, Lemon do., Lemonade, Root Beer, Patent Gas do., Sarsujmiilla Mead, that should be used indued for health.? Also on hand a constant supply of Frtfyi CAKES Craclccrs, Such as^Ponnd Cake, Sponge, Fruit Bcoich, TayWri Lemon, Ginger, &c. Wa ?tor, Butter, Su$ar, Soda and Ginger crack. <*re. While lotifyBREAD and Brown do. on hand ; the latter should be used by all ? \rho are delieatc. 'vt CCjT* Partirs of Ladies arid Gentlemen rip be accommodated with mows and Re frrsbmpiifs at his house at all times. April 17, 1852. J. CYPHERS. Ladies' Fashionable SHOE and fiAITEK MJl.YUFACTOR Y. Spring mid Hiiaiimcr Sfylcs. TILLIAM H. SAMSEL returns his thanks to his friends and the public generally, for the liberal patronage heretofore rece.ivud, and rcvpcctially inform* them that he contin ue s to manufacture at his Shop, on Walnut rtrerf, one door Kant of Mr. 0. M? Ilagan's Pry Goods Store, Lsiiiies', Misses' anil Children's Shoes, from the very best materials, in the latest stylos inil undct bis immediate suporintendancc. Ho has on hand and will constantly keep a general ??"LOttmcnl of Ladies', Misses* and Children's Weir, vi*:?? ? Ladiea' fine Kid & Morocco Slippers, ?do. I'eaiher ati/I Morocco ivttlkinp SI iocs, fin. hi.'npk and bronzed Ciuilcrd,.tt vnt ii'ly of patients, do. Mack and bronzed .fenny Liml Sliocs. . Having received from the Kast a splendid a*rertment of the finest materials, selected v.-ith great care, he feels confident of being a blc to give general satisfaction. Orders promptly attended to and work made up ai the shortest notice. WILLIAM II. SAMSEL. \Ior punt own, April 10, 1852. 139 ly A IIAYMONP. J.C. PtCKEMWUGll. The I Van to Save Your Money ! ! C \ LL AT HAYMO.VJJ & PICKENPAUGH'S (limp PHILADELPHIA AND PARIS STORE. WE have just received and opened a very Urge and most beautiful stock of new SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, of every variety, and an for being cheap, they beat the world for that. Goods have never been sold as low here as ve are now selling thorn, since the begin-* ring of the Christian Era. We can and aru found to beat any tiling yoa can acarc up in this country. Our stock is full and complete, and our Goods being bought for cash, cannot be brat, and will be sold on the most accom modating terms. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange. Our Stock consists of the following articles in great abundance Bcrages, lawna, borage d? laines, French lawns, plain and embroidered swisscs, prints, muslins?bleached nnd brown; line alpaccaa at 18 eta. per yard,silkc and ging hams, ribbons ami lace.", flowers, hosiery, Men's and Women's Glovea of every iitylc.? All colors of Sarcenet mid Crape for bonnet li inngs. Bonnets for Women and Misses. CLOTHS, CASSINKTS, CASS!,MERES, Cottonadm, white and brown Linens, Men's k Boyo Wear of ever)- description. A Jargo and v.Ml selected stork of Heady Made Clothing, trunk*, valices, carpet bags, nnd a little of ev erything else. ' QUF.I'iNSWARK, HAllDWARB, Groceries, looking "lasses, Carpenter's tools, -rotton Varn and batting, boots and shoes. fIT We invite the Lnilirs particularly to c:?ll i .wj e\amin<' our Stock, whether you buy or not. Rut we will guarantee you buy before ? ou leave, V? we are oxtremcly fond of show ing our Goods to the Ladies. Lining grateful to our friends for their former patronagn, wo still solicit their attention to our new stock, and obligate ourselves to make it to v our advantage to buy of us. Bring all you r.ee who want to buy cheap Goods, as wo are the very fellows who can make your pockets plad bv saving ihem money. * 1IAVMOM) & PICKENGAUGII. Morgantown, May 29, lS.r?2. 146-tf. DRUGS, TOBACCO, GLASS, &<\ IL'ST receivod and for sale at Logan Si Carr's Prug and Tobacco Store, ?mc door east of the Court-House, ni the sign of the "Mammoth Mortar," on Main Street,? liV'Oboxet various brands Tobacco,among w hich will be. found a very choice lot of EI Dorado and Esmatulda Tobacco; s boxes Gravely, u fine article; to do Standard and Superior, ?;n ilo Walthal, 20 do Coats, Hi do Motts, 15 do Harwood, |/i do Robinson & Co.'sjfi's, lit do Burns, 40do Royal's, 5's & b's, 20 do Clay's lb. Lump, ?JO do Archer's do., \i do Peyton's S's, lOdo Young fc Burrcll, I'd do J.anghorn k Co.'s, I2's, M do Hutchison's, 10 do Madison, 10 do Mocking Bird, 4 do Jones, Together with an extensive variety of brands, ?uit customers, both in regard to quality and ?ALSO? IO.O00 Paritella Segars, it.OOO'Jonny Lind do., ;t,000 Justo Sans Principe, .?..?,110 Spotted Castillo, 4,000 I; M Spalil.ll, iVWffl Nintiano, 1,000 h.1 Divan., 1,0(10 I,. II. Rifles, 8,000 La M'rniaJ, itint cantor llcoalia, 30,000 lialf Simuuli, I-,0011 Havana ??., 40,000 \aro ???. Tntctlicr with various ntlicr qualities, al '.?Uth |,lc?-int ami n);recaWp, t<> winch*? woulli nule n ."?gar-smoking custom. A no. TldbalPs Rappee, M.ccaba and,Scotch J uufT, Siisill' boxes and Scgar cases, Jobacco Knives, Pipe*, Pipe Heads nnd Stems, a wrge ..it of line cap, letter and note paper, as well ?in every variety of Wrapping Paper. A very large and extensive and weUlselecWu .ii?o.-lm'oiil of Drugs, embrncing every article neceisary to furnish a orsctitioner's office. A I no, Splccf, Starch-, Saleratiis and lndigo/Oils of ???very kind, Paints and Dye-Stuffs, SO boxes i,lii.ib, assorted sites, Putty, Patent Medicines ?.f every nninO) together with a very extensive -itsortmciil of Fancy A rfclos, Cutlery aud Jew. ,;:rv, Soaps and Perfumery, fcc.,&c. jo all of the above, wo would invite a visit nnd examination from town and country, and no-reliant* generally at Iihiiic aud abro.nl. I.IM5AN L t'ARU. J-4KXU0SI, May 39, IS.r?3. IW-lf. i\cw W. A. GUSEMAN & CO., have just icccived from the Kastern Cities u choice variety of Good* suited to thin market, which have been carofully no looted by an experien ced hind, and will be sold ut prices bo lo<v us U) astonish and delight every one whose good loitune it may be to come in their way. Not willing that any of their customer!* of othor pursomt should miss gnod bargains by waiting to read to the end of a long advertisement, they wish to say in us few words as possible that they have a complete assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods, of tlm st uml most fanciful styles, and a great variety of patterns ; also Bonnets, Trimmings, kc. kc. Gentlemen'.i Wear, of evertj variety, to fit out the corporeal frame from head to toot. French, Kn^lish and American Cioths, Cassimeres, Lc. also Summer Cloths and o-1 ther light goods; ltcaily-uiude Clothing in considerable variety; Hat?, Hoots & Shoes, and any thing else that you can readily think of or reasonably want. China, Glass and Queens ware; Hard and Hollow-ware; Glassware; GROCERIES, of all hinds; Iron and Nails of the best quality, kc. kc. Call and examine our Goods and buy if you ^e. June o, 1862. New Goods. F'XCMLIJYCE STORi:. Martin ji. callkndinr ]* now re ceiving *nd opening athi* Store in Mor gantown, a hnndsome assortment of GOODS,' of all the latest styles and pattens for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wear, suitable for the present and approaching sea son. The assortment is complete?call aud examine for yourselves. I will pledge to thoso who may favor me with a call that all *hall lir sold as cheap as if I hud always been a little ahead." ^ I am not a hanker', nur hnve 1 a r Pw'i" jet 1 make nu exceptions to any lor cheap Ceoiln; and if von >vill call at the TWO JUG boons, opposite the Mono pile, where I nlivavj take ; pleasure in making a liberal exchange. I have on hand (IROCUUIRs ofall kind., Sugarj Molatics, Tea. culler, .alt, Pittshurp Plough I onus, wagon boxen, tea kettle, cotton yarn; ] Quccnswarc ami Hardware, a full and complete assortment; Scvihcs and scythe sneads; together with a large assortment ot Stone XVarc, crocks, jars, fee. Leghorn and Palm Ilats, Bonnets of every kind, braid, gimp, silk, kc. A lino assortment of Shoes of all styles and cuts;?which will be exchanged for Cash or approved country Produce. MARTIN It. CALLLSDIXE. April CI, 1852. J B.lliTLKTT'S HOTEL I (CI.AIUCSRL'KG, V?.) j fPHE undersigned having re-built and enlarg J_ ed a considerable portion of his Hotel, which was destroyed by lire list fall, is now prepared to entertain travellers and visiters comfortably, and in a manner which will give satisfaction to his customers. In a short time the whole building will be completed, when lie will be enabled to entertain his guests inastvlc unsiirpussed in Western Virginia. His House is a large, comfortable three story brick building, pleasantly located in the centre of the town; contiguous to the Conrt-llouse and the principal business parts of the place, and is provided with all the conveniences for | keeping a first class hotel. His Tani.r will be supplied with the best the country can afford, and His liAn stocked with the choicest Liquors Kvcry attention will be paid to render the vi?ita of those who may favor him with a call comfortable and pleasant. !'? BARTLHTT. Clarksburg, March 27, I8.r>2.?3n? N II?-The Stable is attended by careful and trusty hostlers. EARTHQUAKE in GRANVILLE! ELLIS McCLELLAN, Is now receiving Prom tlic Eastern Cities a large handsomo, clicap and seasonable Stock Ol' at the old stand of Dr. M. Dent, Granville, Va. I whore ho can accommodate the people to as cheap Goods as can be bought or sold else where-in the county. His goods are ol'tlie latest styles and pat tern*, among which rnny bo found, Horaces, muslin delanos, lawns, fancy prints, bleached and brown muslins; ribbons ; /lowers; hosiery j gbvcf, cassiniercs; cloths; eatinctts, vesting*; men's & boys' .Summer wear; Crape for bonnet lining; dresti trimmings; buttons; &c. fans, flowers, See.; also a nice stock of Ready-made Clothing; Hats and caps of every kind ; braid, gimp and silk Bonnets; a tine stock of Hoots and Shoes; Queensware and Hardware; a full and coinplete assortmcnt; Scythes and scythe Knends; . together with a Hh-gc assortment of Tinware^ Groceries,of all kinds, viz. Sugary i molasses, ton, coffee, pepper, alsplco, sal era ; tug, ging^rjNo. 1 whjte Skit; cotton yarn, &c. | The:aboyc goods will be exchanged low for | cash or country produce. Call soon if you want bargains. E. MeCLELLAN. I Granville, June 3, 1852. ^ # CHEAP WATCHER JEWELRY <fc SILVER WARE, A G It BAT RKnUMIOfj rfoTOICES! Twenty per (eni at le<5St Inn 'thnn eogjincc been sold ih the*Vnited States. GOLD LEVER WATCHES, full jewcHod, IS karat case ??& only $30 Usually sold for $35. Gold Lcpine Watches, 18 karat case, jewelled, : : i " ^ Silver Lever Watehei, full jewelled, ? 14 I'sually Sold for $18. Silver Lepinn Watches, jo welled, ? " 10 Silver Tea Spoons, per half dozen, -j J' 5 Gold Pens, Silver holders, : 1 Persons wishing a Watch or Watches, or Jewelry, can have them sent by mail, with per; feet safety, to any part of the United States or* I West Indies, by first sending the amount of money. All articles warranted as represented above. Orders from the country respectfully! solicited. Please address [post paid} LEWIS LODAMUS, IOGChr*tnut street, opposite the Franklin Housey I March 20,1852. 3m Philadelphia. April 24. SPRING ARRIVAL Of Millinery and Fancy Goods, Mrs. JANE T. BEAR, IS now receiving from Pittsburg and the East ern Cities, a large and splendid assortment of ilonncts, bonnet trimmings, crapes, laces, silks, satins, blonds, ribbons, artificials, and4 1 little of everything pertaining to Millinery and Mantua-Making. She odors her present Stock for "small pro fits and quick returns," nnd invites all who wish articles or work in her line to give her a call. Bonnets nnd Hats bleached and done up in good order and at short notice. Shop on Front street, one door North of tin- Printing Office. Alorgnntown, May 2!). 1S.*?2. Clovrr ;iimI Timothy Seed! A primes nrtido, ju?t received per Steamer Hay, and for sale l>y Carr, &mith Co. I February II. ; Hariri/. A very nice article of extra hullril, for the sick, the Dyspeptic, or Table use, lor sale at ItCC'heap VarirtyStoriM)! CARK? SMITH 8tUO. Fob. 7, |S?. "iti nii Fur stile at (lit Mirror Ollko, REMOVAL. WW. E. GHOVK, Has removed hit; Tailor shop to Tailor's I Row, two doors cant of Detnoin's Groce I ry, and immediately opposite the jail, wlioie he will be happy to see nil who may favor him with their patronage. All work intrusted into hit* hands will be done up according to Genio C. Scott's latest He port of Fashions, or to your own tastes, | young <;r old. No work shall leave iny ! shop without general satisfaction. | Thanful lor past favors, I hope a contin uance of the same. ! Always in receipt of Genio C. Scott's Latest Fashions, Morgantown. May 15, 1852. 144-tf. I LAZIER, MAGU1RE& CO., FcMci'iii.iii'g Depot, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Taylor County, Va. ARE now prepared to rcceivc and forward merchandize to all points in the surround ing Counties; also, to all points on the Ohio river, west of Parkersburg, Va. Thin will lie the most desirable route for Western mer chant*, during low water in the Ohio river. N. B.?S.MAGUIRK& Co., Cumberland, (by j arrangement) will pay Railroad freights on all | poods consipned to us.(when required) there by avoiding the necessity of pre-paying in Ual tiinore. May 22, 1S52. 140-tf. I Western Carriage Manufactory, rpiIB Subscriber respectfully informs his X friends and the public generally that he is now carrying on the Carriage Making business at liirt Now Stand on Pleasant street, near the corner of Front, and within call uf the Kerry, ' Morgnntown, Va., where he is fully prepared I to do all work in Ins line, kucIi as making, re pairing, painting and trimming Carriages, llug I pies, Sulkoys, &c. These vehicles are made to order and kept constantly on hand lor sale. All work giving way, by fair usage, within one year from the time a new Carriage leaves my shop, will be repaired gratis. March 20, 1S52. 3m J. M. KEIt.W N. H.?Mis Sniithwork is done by Dajuei. JJ.udema.n, Ks(]. the best workmen in his line in this scction of country, and hardly to be beat anywhere. A Jeweller's Composition. jC7* J. K. SllEAN would rpspactful ly invite the attention of the citizens of Morgan!own and its vicinity to his splendid assortment of Variety G0()(!s? just received lrom the Eastern Cities, such as (jiolri sivkI Silver Wafclics: Clocks, Boston Syrup, ('.old Breast Pins, Sugar, Finger Kings, Candies, Fuse, Snuff, Tabic Salt, Tobacco, Teas, Spectacles, ColFco, Spoons, Spire*, Ear Ring*, Smoking Tobacco, Soda; Cocoa Nuts, Starch and Shaving Utensils, Vine gar and Raisins, Madder, Primes; Copperas; Kips; Indigo; Liquorice; Umbrellas; Knives. Pills; Salts; Sardines; Combs; Wrapping Twine' Camphor; Raisius; Mustard; Gloves; Mirrors , Comfort*; Pocket Books; Inkstands; Cinnamon; Cold Pens; Soaps; Gold Pencils; Hosiery; But ter Knives; Suspenders; Gold Chains; Brimstone Cigars; Toy Watches; Hair Pins, Gold Watch Keys; Shoe Brushes and Ginger; Starch ; Inks; Handkerchiefs and Mustard ; Gold Ear Kings ; Candles; Accordcons & Castile Soap; Buttons; Ox marrow; Silk Boss; Hair Bruslic#;'Cologne Water; Boss; Buckets; Pepper Cordial; Silver Thimbles; Extract of Coffee; Gun Caps; Tooth Brushes; nnd Toys of nearly every description, and other articles in the Notion way too tedious to mention ; also Gold Jewelry nnd RIolnsset. October 30, 1S5I. tf To House Builders. THE TRUSTEES of ilio "Mor gantown Female Academy" propose to erect a new ACADEMY BUILDING in Morgan town, throe stories high (including the basement) some sixty feet long by thirty-live feet wide walls to be of brick. Specifications may be seen in the hands of the Trustees, to which wo invite the immediate attention ol contractors, inasmuch as it is desirous to have such build ing crcuted this Summer. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD. Morgantown, Va., April 10, 1S52. ID''lrniontown Genius,' and Fairmont'Vir ginian' will please iusert 3t and send bills to . this office. wji. nt-Rnr.x. | w- tower j MORGANTOWN BOOK STORE. William Durbln & Co., | KEEP constantly on hand at their Store, on High street,opposite Carr, Smith St Co*s., a general assortment of BOOKS, including Bi bles, Testaments, and a variety of standard Religious, Medical and Historical works, to gether with a large assortmentof School books, Novels, &c., &e. Blank Books,Stationery, Steel-pens, &c. ? GROCERIES.--They have also a lot of supe rior Groceries Morgantown, Nov. 20,1S31. "Removal!" Removal! ty THE subscribers have remov ed the!?'Stock of Goods to their notv Ware House on Walnut street, immediately below lltoir old stand on the corner ofHigli ami Wal iiulltrcotti, where they may ho found ready to woTeotne their old friends nnd customers, am to render them great facilities in the way ol purchasingjfioods at fair prices. GEO. M. HAGANS & CO. Morgantown, Va. February 2S, 1852. |,limber.?Persons having first-rate iciwoflW Lumlrf to disposo of, would do well to call. igf C.H.ll.&to. o7jones7&"CO.", C^OKNER of FOURTH and RACE STREETS, ) Publisher)! dfr the Model Architect, by SAMUEL SLO/lN, Architect, to be completed in 24 monthly parts. The abpye work is designed to meet tlic wishes not only of those directly interested in buildings, but of all who desire the advance ment of this noble art in our country, and wish to cultivate Vfcr tastes and acquaintance with architecture. The handsome manner in which it is prepared and ein hellish CO, renders it a taitoful ornament for the drawing-room, while its accurato delineating} give it the highest practical valuo. Nos. P2& 3 arc now ready for delivery. Price?Accents per number. Address as a "?Si^w i53-tr IH OA' and .V.I I is S. A large lot just received which render our assortment a general one, and which wo olfcr Hiion tlio lowost tortns: # ; March 6. ^ Carr, Smith fr Co. ' *Oils, oilsfoils! 1 b?y^8W,nj|fe; > 2 do Flax-scc'd do 1 do Fish do, just received nt Carr, Smith & Co's Ncw-York cheap Variety Store. Majch fi, 18fi2. IS laws war?) <?lu?sw'?ro. Jper 8tftimer. Lindacy, i\ botes Glass ware,^oniijtJng of Pitchers, Sueur howls, Sweet-meats, Tumblers, Dishes, Molimc'i caiis,Castors and^Crtttts, Jelly glas' I.cs, fcc, which weoflcrvoFylow. Call .indseo. Mm I'll 9. Carr, Smithes Co 500 Book Agents WANTED. A NY good, active and intelligent man, '.villi J\_ a small capital of from $30 to $100, can iwiko largo profits by engaging in the Bale c? the following POPULAR and USEFUL ROOKS. Chambers' Information for the People: or Pop ular Encyclopedia of Useful Knowledge.? Two large imperial octavo volumes, cwitain ing 17lK) pages. Peterson's History of the American Revolution. 000 large octavo pages, with 200 fine Engra ving*. Peterson's History qf the United States Navy.? 600 large octavo pages, and 150 fine Engra vings. Frost 's Remarkable Events in the History qf A' merica. Two Inrge octavo volumes, con taining 1600 pages and 7C0 Engravings. The best History of America published. Frost's PictorialLifeof Washington. A Splen did Book, containing 600 pages and 150 ele gant Engravings. The cheapest Lifo of Wash ington ever published. Moore's History (f the Indian Wars. Kino col ored and Plain Plates. The Trite Republican. Containing the Inaugu rul Addresses and the First Annual Address es ami Melanges of all the Presidents of the United .States, the Constitutions of the most important Status in the Union, &c.,&c. Em bellished with Portraits of all the Presidents, engraved on steel, and a view ot the Capital of the United States. 500 pages, !2mo. Fox's Rook of Martyr's. A Splendid Family edition, large quarto, with 65 Engravings, beautifully bound in morocco, gilt. De Cor men in's History of the Popes. flOO large octavo pages, with illustrations. Josrphus' fl'orks. Fine Edition, one large vol ume. Sturm's Reflections on the Works of Cod. St. Pierre's Studies of Nature. White's History of the World. A Valuable (?encrnl History. One Inrge octavo volume, with handsome Engravings. Li res of Great and Celebrated Characters: of all Ages and Countries. One large volume of 800 pages, with numerous Engraving*. Together with a number of other Works par ticularly adapted for Popular Reading. !I!7* The most liberal discounts will be given to Agents who may engage in the sale of the above Valuable Hooks. Fur further particulars, address (post paid) J. fit J. L. (.'IHON, Publishers, No. OS Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. March 2", 1851. l3S-lino. r. itiTCitnu.. MITCHELL & HAYES, Merchant Tailors, Walnut street, opposite the Jail, Murgnntou-n, HA VI-: entered into Partnership, and just brought on from the Eastern Cities, an extensive assortment of French black, blue, brown, green and olive Cloth*, Cassimcrcs of all styles ami qualities} Vesting* of all colors, styles and qualities; Trimmings of the best quality, to suit all colors. * *irn. Ohm, black kid, best quality, also trench buck,&c. Collars, three-ply; Silk and Linen Cravats, black and fancy colors ; Stocks; Pocket-Hand krrchicftf; a line quality of PLUSH andCLOlH CAPS, Navy do., also a large stock of It 12A1)Y-MADK CI.OTIUNG, such a< Coats, P.ints, and Vests, of alljquah ticsaud prices; Silk Shirts, Suspenders, and many other articles not mentioned,?all which will be sold very cheap for cash ; Please call and examine our stock. Dec. 13, 1851. 12fM.f\ .. j?,*. u.?Those indebted to P. R. Mitchell or M. Hayes, on former accounts, are earnestly requested to settle up, either by money or note, without delay. B AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS. The Envy of nil Pill Manufacturers ECAUSE they arc safer, better and more ju efficacious than any others; and because the public will take no' others if they can ob tain them. 500,000 BOXES have been annually sold within the last o years. YOU NO AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE, can always take thein with equal safety, witli 0,11 Car*lF PILLS BE NECESSARY for purging and cleansing the stomach and bow eh. and purifying the Blood and lluids of the body, take no o'thors?for no other pills produce these combined efl'ccts, or contain Sarsaparilla in them. ?, . Entf Drink and Live as usual, and pursue your usual occupation whilst taking them, without fear of taking cold, during all kinds of weather. R/,wt ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS are wagered that more genuine ccrtificatM (from Physicians, Clergymen, Members of Con gress and respectable cititensjcan be produced of their cfiicacy than of any others, and TEN DOLLARS will be forfeited in every instance where One Box will not do more good than Two Boxes of any others. Forty Pills arc in a Box!! and sold nt Twestt-five Cents a Box, with directions, and much wholesome advice accom panying each box. They have no taste or unpleasant smell, Free from dust or powder of any kind, |)u not gripe the Stomach or Bowels, Produce no sickness, vomiting, or bad feelings, Thcv arc OOOD AT ALL TIMES, And adapted to most diseases common to mankind. No one having once taken them will be will ing afterwards to take any others, because they always do good, and if they do not then no oth ers will. , OR. N. B. LEIDY, the Proprietor mid Manufacturer, is a regular Druggist, Cliomist k Physician, of l'-.'leen years experience in Phila delphia ; Graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania; Member of different Medical Institutions of Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Baltimore, &c., and associule and corresponding member of several Medical Institutions of London and Paris?hence the reason of tho greater confi dence placed in his pills, and there being re commended in the practice of most respectable physicians throughout tho United States. far Principal Depot, Dr. Lcidy's Dispensary, No. 114 North FOURTH ST., Philadelphia? and sold wholesale and retail by II. II.CARR, Morgantown; S. Ileormans, Fellowsville; T. R. Curtis, Clarksburg k Milleraville; S. k J. Ileormans, Grcigsvillo ; M. M. Campbell, Fairmont; Mallouee k Ncwlon, Pruntytown ; Strickier k Co., Philipni; Jirooko k Co., Laurel Point; Skilcs k Co., Uniontown; John Hagan, Smitlifield ; Rinoharl k Minor, Waynesburg; C. A. k W. Mestrezatt, Mapletown ; J. Hudson, Newtown; D. N. Robinson, Brownsville; and by all Druggists and Storekeepers in the 0 States. 50 ly Sopt. 7, 1850. Oats, Corn, Wheat, liny, kc. wanted, in payment for papers and advertizing accounts. Apply at the Mirror Office. Spirits Turpentine, One Itarrol,jna received niul forjjulc. March I), 1883. "oTl, CLOTHS.?An assortment, for Table, Sinnd and Burcuu Covers, vpry cheap, for mile by Carr, Smith tf Co. March III. ___ Castor Oil* by the flhrrel or tlozcn,^ For Sale bv II. H. CARH A: CO. Knlfwd twrdia* ro Art of 1" ^ r v<? VA. by J. s. HOUGHTON. M. ft. lu llir rlcrk f 01T.c? of the Diitrirl Court for llio Lwtern l>trtr.. t of Hcnt^ylvnnln. Another Scientific Wonder! Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S GREAT DYSPEPSIA CUKE it! ' ' Tiir riiur. DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR GASTRIC TUiar. Prepared from RENNET, or the fourth STOM ACH OF THE OX, alter directions of Baron I.liiig, the great Physiological Chemist, by J.S.HOUGHTON. M.D., Philadelphia, Pa. This is a truly wonderfiil remedy Air Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint. Constipation and Debility, curing after Nature's own method, by Nature's own agent, the I Gastric Juice. I ID* Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused in [ water, will digest or dissolve Five Pounds rf Iloast lte<f in about 2 hours, out of the stomach. PEPSIN is the chief element, or Great Digest ing Principle of the Gastric Juice?the Solvent . of the Food, the Purifying, Preserving & Stini , ulating Agent of the Stomach and Intestines. It is extracted from the Digestive Stomach of : the Ox, thus forming an A rt[ncial Digestive Fluid | precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its Chemical powers, and furnishing a Completrand Perfect Substitute for it. JJy the aid of this preparation the pains and evils of Indigestion and Dyspepsia are removed, just as they would be by a healthy Htomach. It is doing wonders for Dyspeptics,curing cases of Debility, Emaci ation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consump tion, supposed to be on the verge of the grave. The scientific evidence upon which it is based is in the highest degree curious and remarkable. ScicntiHc Evidcncc. Daron Lieiiig in his celchrnted work on Ani mal Chemistry says: 'An Artificial Digestive i Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be I readily prepared from the mucous membrane of the stomach of the Calf, in which various nrti I cles of food, as meat and eggs, will he softened, changed abd digested, just in the name manner as they would he in the human stomach.' Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the Physiology of Digestion, observes that 'a dimi nution of the due quantity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dys pepsia;' and he states that a distinguished pro fessor of medicine in London, who was severe ly aillictcd with this complaint, finding every ; thing else to fail, had recourse to the Gastric Juice obtained from the stomachs of living nui mnls, which proveil completely successful.' Professor Dunglhon,o( the Jefferson College, Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Ptij siology, devotes more than lifty pages to an ex amination of this subject. His experiments with Dr. Dcaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained from the living human stomach and from ani mals, nrc well known. ' in all cases,' lie says, 'digestion occurred as perfectly in the artificial as in the natural digestions.' AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER, Dr. Houghton's Pep/in has produced the most marvellous effects in curing cases of Debility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consumption It is impossible to give the de tails of cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated certificates have been given of more than two hundred remarkable cures, in Philadelphia, New York and Hoston alone.? These were nearly all duspcrntc cases, and the cures were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent. It is a great Nervous Antidote, nnd particular ly useful for tendency to Itilious disorder, Liver complaint, fever and Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil cffccts of Quinine, mercury and other drugs upon the digestive or gans, after a long sickness; also for excess in eating and the too free use of ardent spirits. It almoitreconciles health with intemperance. Old Stomach Complaint*. There is no form of old Stomach Complaints which it does not seem to reach and remove at oncoi No matter how bad they may be, it gives instant relief! A single dosn removes all the unpleasant symptoms; and it only needs to be repeated for u short time to make these good effects permanent. Purity of lltood and Vigor nf Hody follow at once. It is particularly excel lent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting, crampB, soreness of the nit and stomach, distress alter eating, low, cold state of the blood, heaviness, lowncss of spirits, despondency, emaciation, weakness, tendency to insanity, suicide, &c. Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is prepared in Powder and in Fluid form; and in Prescription vials for the use of Physicians. Private Circulars for the use of Physicians may be obtained of Cr. Houghton and his agents describing the whole process of preparation and giving the authorities upon which the claims of this new remedy arc based. As it is not a secret remedy no objection can be raised against its use by Physicians in respectable standing and regular practice. Price One Dollar per bottle. Observe This!?Kvery bottle of the genuine Pepsin bears the written signature of J. S. Houghton, M. D. sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy right and trade mark secured. Sold by all Druggists and dealers in medicines, \XrCAMPHEU. .y WATSON, FAIRMONT. Wholesale Agents for the State of Virginia. Oetohor 2"i, 1S51. ly Doctor Yourself! For 25 Ctnts, By mean* oft lie Pock ct .DNCltlapius, or Kv ery one his own Physician Thirty-sixth edition,with upwards of a hundred en gravings,showing private disease in every shape and form, and malforma tions of the generative system, lly \VM. YOUNG, M. D. The time has now arrived, that persons suf fering from Kcr.ret diseases, need no more be come the victim ok QUACKBKT, as by the pr? scriptiotis contained in this book, any one may cine himself, without hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the most intiinato friend, and with one-tenth the usual expense, In ad dition to the general routine of private diseases, it fully explains the cause ol manhoods early decline, with observations on marriage?be sides many other derangements which it would not bo proper to enumerate in public prints, \W Anv person sending TWENTY FIVE CTS enclosed in a loiter, will receive ono cony of this hook, by mail, or five copies will he sent forone dollar. Address"DM.\V. YOUMi, No. 152 SPRUCE Street, PHILADELPHIA." Post-paid. 117* Du. YOUNT. ran be consulted on any of the Diseases described in his different publica tions, at his Office, IS2 SPIU'CK Street, every day between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sundays oxcep tJ. *[?j? i!?5L Indies A (liciltlcnien! [*$?' Vour nllontion wo wtrnltl invito to our Mock or WORSTED COOPS, vvliicli we are now determined to clear out at greatly reduced prices.* C<irr, Smith <V Co. February 20. Cotton Hatting & Carpet Chain, jusl receivod per Sleumcr Ray and for b'uIo very low by Carr, Snuth ?y Co. February 20. tilol asses. A clioicc lot of new crop N. 0. Molasses just received and for sale at the New York Cheap Variety Store of CARR, SMITH fc CO. 'l?/ ;? ? Wunlfi *? Jliis Oflicc, in payment of at joaragrr LIVER COMPLAINT, .Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic Nervous Debility, Diseases of (he Kidneys, AM) ALL DISEASES ARisifln from A DISORDERED LlVIX or Stomach, such as CoN&TW.t* tivn, Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood to the Head, Acidity or the .Stomach, Nausea, In* oust t'on Fo.it, FviUEHf ok Wr-'""T TUB Stomach, Sour KmtcrATtoNs, Siskino I ?.r llutlcrtni; at lire pit of llio Stomach, Slum ming of Lho llowl, llilrncd.?l Dillicitlt Ureuthing, I'tlllnraw ut the Heart, Choking or Suffocating sen sations wh?n in ? lying posture, D'mnosn of Vision, Dot* or wobs before the sight, Fever and dull pain In lilt limit, DiJIcmiey or lWiplrallon, Yellowness (if the Skin ond ?? 'J-'*, Pnin in the Shle, fl-ick, Chef I, limbs, >fc., Sud den Flushes of lint, liming in the Flesh, lon slant Imaginings of Evllana Great depression of Spirits, ct?n be effectually cur?d by DR. HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN HITTERS PJIKPARF.D DV DR.C.M. JACKSON, AT TIIBtSKRMAN MKDIClMiSTORh, 1'20 Arch Street, Philadelphia. Tlicir power over tho above diseases is not ojcellod?if equalled?'by any other prepara tion in tho United States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skilful physicians had tailed. These Bitters nrc worthy the attention of in valids. Possessing great virtues in the rectifi cation of diseases of the Liver & lesser glands, exercising tho most searching powers in weak ness and uffectionsof the digestive organs, they arc withal safe, certain and pleasant. Head and l)c Convinced. From the Boston Bee. The editor said, Dec. 22d : Dr. llonjl-nid's Celebrated Gtrmnn Hitters for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspep sia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medicines of the day. These Hitters have been used by thousands, and a friend nt our elbow says lie has himself recei ved an effectual and permanent cure of Liver Complaint from the use of this remedy. We arc convinced that, in the use of these Bitters, the patient constantly gains strength and vigor} a fact worthy of great consideration. They arc pleasant in taste and smell and can be taken by persons with the most delicatc stomachs with safety, under any circumstances. We are speak ing from experience, and to the a/Wcicd wc ad vise their use. ' Scott's Weeklyone of the best Literary papers published, said, Aug. 26? * Dr. IlOitjiund's German Hitters, mnnufactiir cd by Dr. Jackson, ate now recommended by some of tho most prominent members of tho faculty ns nil article of much efficacy in cases of female weakness. As such is the en so, wc would advise nil mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save themselves much sickness. Persons of debilitated constitutions will lind these Uit tcrs advantageous to their health, as wo know from experience the salutary cffoct they have upon weak systems.' More Evidence. The 'Philadelphia Saturday Gazette,' the best family newspaper published in theUr.itcd States. The editor says of Dr. Iloojlttnd's German Bitters. 1 It is scldbm that we recommend what arc termed Patent Medicines, to the confidence and patronage of our readers; and therefore when i we recommend I)r. ilootlund's German Bitters, wo wish it to be distinctly understood that we are not speaking of the nostrums of the day that are noised about for a brief period and then for gotten after they have done their guilty raco of mischief, but of a medicine long established, u nivcrsally prized, and which has met the hearty approval of the faculty itself.' Kvidcncc upon evidence has been received (like the foregoing) from all sections of the U nion, the three last years, and tho strongest tes timony in its favor is, that there is more of it used in the practice of the regular Physicians of Philadelphia than all other nostrums combi ned, a fact that can ensily be established, and fully proving that a scientific preparation will meet with their quiet approval when presented even in this form. That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts specifically upon tho stomach and liver; it is preferable to calomel in all bill' ous diseases?the effect is immediate. They can be'administered to female or infant with safety and reliable benefit at any time. Beware of Counterfeits. This medicine has attained this high charactor which is necessary for all medicines to attain to induce counterfeiters to put forth spurious arti cles at tho risk of the Jives of those who are in nocently deceived. Look well to the marks of the genuine. They have tho writteu signature oft'.M. JACK SON upon the wrapper, nud the name blown in tho bottle, without which they are spurious. For Sale Wholesale and Retail at the GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, No. 120 Arch street, one door below Sixth, Phi ladelphia; and by rcspectabie dealers generally through tlic country. Priccs Reduccd. To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy the advantages of their restorative powers : Single Bottles 75 cents. Also for Sale by 11. II. CAIllt, Druggist, Mor gantown, Vo., Wholesale Agents for Virginia, l'URCKI.f,,, I.AUD 4* CO., Richmond, Va. September^', ISO). 10S ly. ?&- AGENCY OF DR. PITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES, Pectoral Balsam, Depurative Syrup, Pectoral Kspcctorant, Heart Corrector, Pectoral Liniment, Humor Corrector, PuroandMedicalCod) Cough and Cathartic Liver Oil, ) I'illa, Anti-dyspeptic mixture, Yormifugc, Nervine, I'cmale I'illa, Female Specific, &c. &c. Used by him constantly nud with unprecedented success in the treatment of Coughs, Colils, Consumption. Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia, Scrofula., Skin Dis eases, Rheumatism, Female complaints. Piles, (fc. ffe. Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent silver plated Ab dominal Supporters; Dr. Fitch's improved plated 8tc<d>?j?riiig Shoul der Draco; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling Tube. DR. FITfillS CELEBIUTED SIX LECTURES On the prevention anil cure of Consumption, Asllima, Diseases of the Heart, See., and on the method of presfcrvini} Health and Heauty to an old ago. This book should bo in every family. To the consumptive it points out the only reasonable hope Ibr relief. To mothers the directions it gives fur the cure and education of children am invaluable. 7tf,0(ll) copies of ibis book hato passed through the press, ami the sales contin ue unabated. For sale liv S. S. FITCH & Co., No. 707 Broadway, New York, ami II. II. Carr, Mbrgitntown, Va. Dr. Fitcli's fiuiile to Invalids, nr Directions to persons using Dr. Fitch's Re medies, to he find, gratis, of nil his Agents. July ?. 1850. 47tf A largo lot, in great variety, luat received and for nalo at the New York Chcnp Variety Store of Carr, Smith Sf Co. Kcbiuary 20. i * .1. Miu.5 ft. SO", Wliolrra'.c and flclail (irJ&'v, I'nrmriling Sf Commission Mcrtienti Ami P-t-6 is iii'' 'i-.iitry IV. ;..t sad I'iilhl'uig Maiiiitwii; Haley f/rtvl. |tlite <1/i>i>"w.-'>. " S-aS'. I'itlK&urgclt. I'l'lju-i ? (.'oii.-fciim"'ir- "I Wool. Ftmir. gut". MiAu-ms. Dried I'ruil. Tii.ifthv alii Clover S.-i-il. Chrw. Iluttfr ; and j'of. Nails, ninse, in Moiuiiiii'Uif'fl Ocaaf <>? every liinil. ami geni'nil i"i? nil quarters most re^jicuSluJly i.oiicv'0. Storage on (lie most arcHv.iafi&rt As our Hoiimi is very'large, ili?eciiy .opp??;. site the Wharf or Landing c?l the PitUuutg and Brownsville Steam Park?ta. K7"N. B. We will act n? A cent?, at all time*, fur the trainaction of business of. any kind committed to our truttby'oUf friends from any point of ihc cenipawj, wilh fidelity and despatch.. Rctei't'ncc.'i. D. C. Chadwick, Enq. Mo^antown, Va. (I. U. C. Allen, Esq. do Dr. C. JllcLane, do Wm. Lazier, Ekj. d" Gen. J. K. Mooreliead, P.Us-burgh. Kramer & Rnhm, do William Barley & Co. do 11. ChiM? & Co. do March *2?t lSSl. 8fttf MIcr's Colcbratcd FamilyMp.du'lncjj Decidedly the mo?t popular and rfiec tnal remedies in use Dr. Butler's Elixir of Urandj, a Riir?, safe and cffccfual remedy for Dvspvpsii, the mom tormenting of all "the: ^rca.'es Those persons who uro l.iliorinf tinner :h*. weight of this cnrnjilaint will do* til tc p j; cl?a?e a bottle of Ihc Klixir of Drardy, in strengthens the stomach, thereby cauFi::;: tka food to digest, iho ii?.ud to ceas'i Khw?, the mind to resume its wonted clearneu and activ ity?in short, n renovation of the whole man.? For particulars, read Dr. Butler's valuable Re ceipt Hook, a copy of which may be had of the Agent, gratis. I>r, Butler's Balsam of hiceampane. is warranted tn cure more cnwi of disease? oi the Chest than any other preparation offered for sale at this time." ft may he u**l br prrrom all ages ami conditions, and will :>e found a eti tain cure for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Conge - Bronchitis and Consumption in ith earlier stage; ? ll loosens the phlegm, and enables one to breath freely, which is always desirable. For a fur ther "description of its virtues, s?c Dr. Du'IdV* valuable Receipt Hook, a copy of which mayb* had of the Agent, gratis. Ilr. Bailor's Sampson Liiiiinrsi. which is a Liniment, as its name denotes, tha? produces great strength. Is there weak new o" the back, breast, or limbs? i? ?ill vanish up?a tho application of this great Mrrngthcner. D" you puffier pain in those place? I use th" Samp sort's Liniment; it will drive Mit ail pa:n ir stantly. Arc you bruised, rr strained in ;ny way? it will remove the swelling and torcow with a few application?. It nhouid ftand in tb? cupboard of every family, and may be feus') described in Dr. butler's rateable receipt heck nt greater length. Mr. Ilullcr's Gold ilHtir. or faiifor nia Til!. is a pill made from the extract of a plant fcuad in the wilda ofCaliftirnia; and to aman afihetef with some of the ills that llesb is heir to,it?tnvc:? valuable than fine gold. This nill operate* gently oa the bowels, and thereby remover nnd alupgishncsa of the syateni, ar.d betng cer tain in their operation, arc greatly to be pre ferred above all other pills. Concerning them, read Dr. Butler's valuable Receipt Book, in which may be found useful receipts for dyeing, and many other things useful to families.. Forsale by CANON & M'CLULLAND,.whole sale Agents, Uniontown, Pa. H. H. C'ARR, Morgantown, Va. C. B.CARR &CO., Fairmont, Va. Thomas Meride.th, Smithlield. S. &J. IleennaiiF, FellowsviiJp, Byrne &Tntt, Evansville, J.* Anbury & Son, Pruntytown, J. Anbury, Thorntown. II. S. Combs, Stewarltown. A. I.oftus, Ice's Ferry, Monongalia Co., V*. March 29, 1851. Dr. ,1. C, Ayors' Cherry. Pectoral, Jus! r??ceivc<l and for pale bv April 24. II. 51. CAR RSl CO VEGETABLE DYSPEPSIA BITTEHS, THE-MOST POPULAR FAMILY. MEDICINE OF THE AGE! Used by Physicians of High Slondws. Then BITTKIIS remove all morbid wcrotfonvj fvrlfy the blood, give great tono and vigor to the 1 dlgeitivo organ*, fortify theayitem agnitut *11 fuH?? di?ea?, can b? taken with la'fety, m no timo dohil tnthig tli# jiatkut?boing grateful tu the moM deli, eate ttomacb, and remarkable for their cheering, ipvigorating, itrengthcning, and restorative pro|fi tie*, and bn invaluable and ?uns remedy for . DYSPEPSIA IN ITS WORST FORMS-1 AWo, Liver fomjilniuti, Joundire. Heartburn. Pt?? tlvenem, Famine", Diiorden of the Skiu auJ I ir*k I.n*? of Appetite. l.ow Sniriti, Nerroui Ilcsdacha UiddineM, I'alpitatiou nf the Heart, Sinking and Ftill [ oeu of Weigkt at the Stomach, and oil other diie??e? e&ii??d by an impure elate of the blood, liter, ???. : which tend to debilltato and weaken the eyitem. F E HI A L E S Whoiufier from n morbid nnd unnatural coodi^rn will lind tliia Medicino of INESTIMABLE VALUE. In au. c*?r.? of OF.NF.RAL DLBILITV, IliU Meii cin ACTS LIKE A CIIAIUI! THOUSANDS Uare teited iU efficacy, and tlionanndi more at* now I wtder treatment; ana not one Military rate of failure . Iiai vet been reported. Volwmea could bg filled with ? certificatei of thoio wh?? have beaa permanently | cured. | Call on the Agent, nnd jet a PAflPKLET, ' Contaiulng the Certificate* of Remarkable Curef. and the high estimation in which thii Medtcina ii held by the I'uhlic rrc???ran be had of the A genu, tree ; Sold by all the Genuine Medicine Hefeia in ilia Unltod Ktalei. ' pf Price 50 Centi per Largo Bottle. I'rlncipil Oltlce, 131 FULTON ?T, N. T, up lUln Ami for rale by II. II. CARR, at his P*'fc nn(lT? b:icm Store Motgnntowp, Va. Jiiiio. I, 185]. 96 ly Watch BC?'p:iiiiiif;, KNTfRAVINO, fcc. nltfinded lo witli'prompi noon, anil tn a sttlo to give Eatietaotion? The i ubvuriltftr Inn tlirre hamlg employer! at the business, and would bo glad to kwep them ou of mtochiof all the lime. March 20. JOHN SHF.AV.