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i"t* "TV;tr v ; !?**-}-r (r7T^.,rM,
-?I' ''"h'* 'n/il i/i the C/crfi's fijjlff a)
(hi ( If aIII ( unit J,,/ f h(! riiuntlf 1/ f
Mwtmpaliu, fit t/t'e /'rst Muuiou
June, JSui': *
J.lij.ih llinkiiui, J'.'aiiililV,
l.l j-ili Ciu'f.m and of!i<T!*, Defendants.
I he olyet 01' this rtiit in to impcach a paper,
writing purporting to be the last will ami ie-aa
tnent >>! Peter Hinkm*. deceased. and in have
u trial by jury to ascertain whether any. and it'i
any. how much of tlic mine In* the will of the
rirci.MPcd. TIm* same bears date on the lOtli
?lav of .April, in ilit: year 1995, and was admit
tod to probity in the comity court of Mononga
lia, at flic September term of said court, 1SUL
And thodefcndniUs, Oliver Brock and Jemi
ma lim vvne, Jehu Long and Rebecca Inn wife.
Mercer Uaw?:i<n atttl Cassandra l?in wife, Ktnau
ftro.vji, A'>i.iham iJrown. IVter Hrown,Wil
liam .Irmvit, Adam Itrown, Tcngardctiand
.Minerva his wite, late Minerva Drown, ? ????
?'"i|T rurf (,arw??!r4 bin wifo, late Cimn
(fra Hrnwn, Harvey Drown ami Susaim tli Hrown,
not having filtered their i|?pcamuce and given
??curit> acd.rdfng to luw, and it appealing
from ? winter. Ulidavit filed in tin- rau-sr, that
they are not ;idiab;?auteoft!iiiiComtnoiiwtMlth,
It h or,i|'rt'J th.it thev do apper within one
month alter due publication of tlii? order, and
do what i? iiccwsary to protect their intrrcsts,
ami tint this order be published once a week
for tnur lurcr^-vc v.Toi, ilic Jlmningalia
ji/jrror, a weekly newvpnpcr printed in Mor
jantown, Mvuongalia county, Virginia, and
j-nsted at the trotit door of ilit* court house of
r .e said comity on the day of the neat term
iif the cniirt of Naiil county.
A copy?Torttr. W.T. WILJ.KV,
(>. It.C. Alien, ri'flf.Atto. I'tcr/f.
June 1*2, IV63. l.r?S::.*?t.
At Rule* held in th? Clerk's Office of the Cir
fuil Court of Monongalia count v, on the first
Monday in Aogust, IsM:
, n it hard H <Vi?r, llerirr K. Smith and John
.faiiwav, Mi rrhants, doing business under the
Kyle and liriu of Carr, Smith & Co., plaintill'.i,
Juniee If. Crane aild Charles Fox, Defendants.
IN" CAS 15.
T he object ol this suit in to well a certain
r org?% futures, 4io., thereto belonging.and par
?r.i.'l ol Land on which uuid Forge and fixtures
are located, of the property of the defendant
i-ox, MitUHtv on Decker's crook, in Monongalia
county, \a., and apply the proceeds of raid
Miie to the pnyminii of a <l<-ht of eighty-two
dollars and twenty-nine cents due from the de
fendants to the plaintiffs.
A nd the raid James II. Crane and Charles Fox
tint having entered their appearance, and it an. I
pearing from a written affidavit made in this I
cause that they arc not inhabitant* uf this Com
monwealth, It is ordered that tliev do appear
within omt motitli after due publication of this
order and do what is nccossary to protect their
interests. It is also ordered that this order be
published four successive w eeks in the Munon
Wlm Mtr.roi't a weekly uowspapcr published in
Morgautonn, Monongalia county, Va.. and be
uIno posted at the frontdoor of the courthouse
of said county ot' Monongalia, on llio first day
ol the ncil county court of mi id couutv.
?.r, , It A V, Clerk.
( . W iUon, for I'lfT's.
August VII, i5j2. I6S::.rit.
At Itulea held in t!w CJcrl'a Office of thoCir
i utt Court ol Monongalia county, on the fust
Monflay m August, J?52:
?L. C. Llii:cr, I'lamliff.
-Jamoc 11. Crane and Clrarles b'on, I/efcndants.
Tho o'.'ject of this suit is to sell a certain
rorge, fixtures, kr. , thereto belonging,and par
cel ot l.aioj mi which faid l'orge and fixtures
?i;? locatud, of the property of the defendant
1 ox,~-situate oil Dicker's creek, in Mononga
lia rouiity, Va., and apply the proceeds of said
culc to the payment of a debt of seventy dol
Jars and thirty cents, due from the defendants
?to the plainti.'f.
And the said Jtwnct II. Crane a.nd Charles Fox
not having ?ntercd their apjioaranco, and it ap
pearing tmm an aliidavit made in this cause,
that they are not inhabitants of this Common
wealth, It i.* ordotcd that they do appear with- i
in one month nlW due publication of this order
and do what is necessary to protect their in
terests. It i> also ordered that this order he
published four successive weoU in theA/o?u?
Xalia Mirror, a weekly newspaper published in
Morgan tow a, Monongaliaeoiinty, Virginia, and
be also poitftl ai the front door of the court
?lOtirii (it ?; .'id county of MonongaUa, on the
Mist day ot the next count v coiut of said coiin
l-v'f. , , 0. S. It A V, Clerk.
I., f . W dnon. for rj-ir.
-1 ^1. IW2. I fig; :5t.
S is'sitaia, ss?
At linles held in the Clork'H Ollico of the
? iitu:t Court of Monongalia county, on the
first Monday in August, 1862:
Junius Kern, l'luintilf, ")
Jatnes if. Crane & n r i . /?INCASE.
Charles Fox, Defendants, j
The object of this 6iiit is to sell a ccrtaiu
? org#-, lUrurns. kc., thereto belonging, and
parcel <i| Land on w hich said Forge and fixtures
are located, of the property of the defendant
Fox,?situate on Decker's creek, Monongalia
county, Va., and apply the proceeds of said
naJe t.? the payment *,F a debt of one hundred
dollars due from the defendant to the plain lift'. ?
And the said James If. Crane and Charles '
f ox not having entered their appearance, and )
it appearing from a written affidavit made iu '
t'lia case that they are not inhabitants of this :
Commonwealth, It is ordered that they do ap-1
pear within one month after due publication of'
th:s order, and do wh.it is necessary to protect
their iniere.';:n. It is also ordered that this or
der be published four successive weeks in tho
" Monongalia Mirror,a weekly newspaper
oaidislied in Morgantown, Monongalia County,
\ trginta, and bo also posted at the front door
id' tho court-house of said county of Mononga
lia, on the first day of the nextcountv court of
?a?l tomily. (j. s. It A V.' Clerk.
0. 1!. (.'. ?VUen. for i'i'ir.
August 21, ISQi. 158-5t.
At Bnli'tf held in llii? Clerk's OICco of the Cir
cuit court of Monongalia county, on the first
Monday in July,. IS.02;
Jiicoli Lcmlcy end Jonli Coleman, Complainants.
3?tnc Wilr.on, Ignatius Crossgrove and William
"The object of this suit is to subject to sale
:tho Land of Defendants Ibr the payment of the
.-purchase lufinny thereof,"
And the said'itaao Wilson nnd Ignatius CrosK
i'jovo ti?u having entered their nj?peara-t?ct'-,and
j: appearing I'rcMn a written aiiiduvit tiled in this
t ju.'e that ih";. aronot inhabitantsofthis(.'oiii
monwealth, It is order. .I that they do appear
J?m' within ?ne month alter due publication of
this order nnd do what is necessary to protect
!?iC;r iniereilfi. it h also ordered llntl thin or
i ; he ptihlivi.ed .tour rtuccessive weeU in the
Monoiiif.iliti Zlhr r, a weekly newspaper,pub
1 fiied in Morgtritoivn. Monongalia euiinty,Vir
ginia, and be also pitted ?i ties front door ol
i i?? court-houie of th" naid rountyof Monon
? ilia on the Jirnt day -oi' the ne.\t-eor.i:ty -court
?.| said county.
C. S. IIAV, Clerk.
J'. C. Wi'utm.fur CoiiJp'U*.
jn-I'ERIOli f'EMT TO 11A ceo.
\ t>( sj, lot, liiKi rcccivp.1 ami li.r i->> Ijy
' Mav 'if, M?. I'; U.?A?? 1
sua wis, .I1"! &???}? ?fi-!
sulc k?v 1>>I..uii:u\ Fllminc
RAIL ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE! I
mi timin Tiutot'iiii l'oit Tin;
BENEFIT Of Till! NEW VOIIK CHEAP
m! arrhed in tinte /or the I'mirth of Juli ?'.' ?'
O'AKK, SMITH & CO.,
Are aln'iiil again its usual, om! n't' now
exhibiting ?" lUAr r.u.tnsiiiMoigaii
liiwii, \\t., -.1 v.m \ larjc ami well assorted
stuck ol M'MMKR 0OOOS, of ov?ty
price, quuliiy und |it'Ou, ^vltiHi ilu-y
iiavti cutit:'.uilfl to run III! linn*. al
ni.ist ai utot, j'l't Jor t!ir J'un of Ihelluu?..
Kor instance lhet have
(????it sli.lV t.af.j ivnisper jnril,
Mil cliiie,..> I r?l?K. I?r OJ l"'[ J'1
1 .a.vlip, \\ inrli ! -i .-It., lur 8 iiihI lOcts.
per yard. . , , . ,
bernee H l.iiMu'-.l'i'inUifuis'yU'?, lor 1 i
els. pel yard, tint! all other Ihutils in ltk<
proportion as to ihtvfMtt, such as Pi ml'.
DX,lines, plain un.l ti^ni. .l. !iwns very
elieiip, bl.-aeli.-il ami brown Muslin'. hrsi
rale. Silks. Siliiis. aiul oilier nice. Dress
timids for l,uilii-!-, uitii Kringe.-', Uiet's ?nn
irinlinilil',- 10 Miit; a large floe < o M?
Mill# mill Hosiery; llminels uml Mbbmt.
verv elieiip: cloths, cassinioirs anil vest
I in"?; Anderson's celebrated Boots ami
Shoes; a Imp! assortment of Hardware.
I lulls and cups. anil their usual selection
|ut Notions, without number.
Their stock ot Uciuly-Mado Clothing lias
also been recruited, which they oll'cr ut
oriccs sd low as to itsloiiis/t ?
Cull'ee. Sugar ami Molasses, Tobacco,
I'aiuis, Oils ami Dve Smlls, Iron, twits,
l?'las*. Stone-ware. Glass-ware, (tueens
xvart?, Hour in Wam-li ami Hug*, and
nccnn.t of SmtdrioR, ulways in Intuit, ninl
inviting pnrrliajjtfrs at very tempting pri
ces. Call tiurly aitt! see1 Buy if you like.
Wo are anxious to bell, but not so anxious
n< to wi.-ii to control your purchase flsc
wliere, either as to price or place. Keep
vmir eye on CkrapShle.M you pntf npaiiil
ilowii.'aml you will liin! yourselt in the
linlit place exact I v!
? F CARR, SMITH & CO.
July 3,1, 18&&. 1JMI'. ^
DRUGS, TOBACCO, GLASS,
JUST rcceivod and fwr sale at Logan &Carr'?
Dnii; and Tobacco Store, one door cant ol
the Court-House, at the sign ut" the "Mammoth
Mortar," on Main Street,?
320 boxoi various brands Tobacco,among which
will be found a very choice lot of Kl Dorado
nnil Ksmarahla Tobacco; |
b Luxes Gravely, u line article; i
10 do Standard and Superior,
20 do Wulthal, 20 do Coati,
16 do Molts, 1.1 do Harwuod,
15 do JlobiuHon & Co.-s,;Vs, I
10 do Hums, 40 do Royal's, 5?a k 5 s,
20 do Clay's lb. Lump,
20 do Areher's do., |
I 12 do Peyton's 8'*, I0do\oung&Burrcll,;
?20 do Langhorn & Co.'s, 12'h,
21 do Hutchison's, 10 do Madison, j
10 do Mocking Bird, 1 do Jones,
Together with an extensive variety ol brands,
to Hint customers, both in regard to quality and ^
10,000 Panto!la Segars,
3.000 Jenny Lind do.,
3.000 Justo Sans Principe?
2,.r.00 Spotted V'astdlo, -1,000 Flag Spanish,
2.000 Kl Niptunc, 1,000 Kl Divans,
1,0110 L. H. Killcx, 5,000 La Norman,
" 000 castor ltegalia, 30,000 hall bpanish,
40,000 Havana U's, 40,000 Yarn 0*s.
Together with varioun oilier qualities, ul
both pleasant and agreeable, lo which we would
nvite a sonar-smoking custom. ,
Also, Tidball's Happoe,M?ccaba and Scotch
StuiiV, Snuffboxes and Segar cases, lobaeco
Knives, Pipes, Pipe Heads and Stems, a large
lot of tine cap, loiter and note paper, us well
as cverv variety of Wrapping Paper.
I A very large and extensive and well selected
I maorlmciil of eiut)rar.ilie every article
accessary te fiirnislia jiriictillolier'Boiriec. At
Snices, Starch, SaleratiiK ami lluhgu.Oils ?t
every kiuit, l'aiats aa.t Uyc-Stulls, SU holes
Glass, asserted sizes, I'utlv, l'aleat Mclicines
?r nvcrv name, together with a very extensive
assortment of fancy Articles, Cutlery ami Joiv
tilrv, .Soans ami I'erl'nmery, kc.,5:c.
?i'o all of the above, we woulil invite a visit
nod examination from town and country, anil
merchants generally at lionjejind ataoail.^^
e:\~eig. sa~gb; stoih:.
Martin h- cam.kxdink is now re
ceiving and opening at his Storo in ..lor
??antown, a handsome assortment ot IjUOD^,
of all the latest styles and patterns lor
lMilies und Gentlemen's Wear,
suitable for tha iiresent ami amm.aclliuB sea
son. The assortment is complete?call ami
examine for yourselves. I will pledge to those j
who may I'avor me with a call lliat alt shall he ,
sold as cheap as if I had always been a little
" ahead." 1 am not a banker, nor have 1 a
" red post," yet I make no exceptions to any
for cheap Hoods; and if you will call at the,
TWO I'll' DOOltft,
opposite the sloae pile, where I always take
pleasure in making a liberal exchange. 1 liau.
in, hand liUOCMHIliS el all kinds, Sugar,
Molasses, Tea, codec, salt, I'lttsburg Plough
Points, wagon boxes, tea kettles, cotton yam;
Queenswarc and Hardware,
a mil and coinjilete assortment, Scythes aud '
scythe si.ea.ls! together with a large assortment
of Stone Waco, crocks, jars, &c.
LcIh'I'ii and l'alm Hats,
llunncts oPevery kind, braid, gimp, silk, See.
A line assortment of Shoes ol all stylos an.
cuts;?which will he exchanged lor Cask or
a^cd com^^V?; cai.lkxi?nb.
April 24, 1852.
I* n. jllTClir.i.l.. mono'"""*
MITCHELL & HAILS,
II',limit street, opfoiile the Jail, Mtirgmlmrn,
HVVK entered into Partnership, ami just
* hr.iilglit on from ll.e Kasteru Cities, an ,
?xtelisive assortment of French black, Mae,,
brown, green and olive
Citssiiuerrs of nil stylos ami qualities;
I'citings ol' all colors, Htylca ami qualities;
Trimmings ol' the best quality, tu suit all
Ghves, black hid, beat quality, also French
Collars, tliroc-plv; Silk and Linen Cravats,
black and fancy colors ; Stocks; I'ockef-Uniid
kerchiefs; a line quality of PLUSH and CLOTH
CAPS, iVnvvdo., nl?o a large Murk of
U K AIIY- M.11>K CI,OTl11N(i,
such as Coats, I'unts, mid Vest*, of alljqualU
tics and prices; Si!!; Shirts, Suspenders, and
many other articles u?t mentioned,?..II which
will be sold vi:iiv ciikm' ron cash; PJoasc call
ami examine our Muck.
Dor. 13, IS.1I. 122-tr.
N. II.?Those indebted to /\ 11. Mitvhfil or
M, liny*, oil former wceiuls, arc ranir-ilv
requested to settle up, chli-rli* money ornote,
~ if j. cai'uonT "
Nu. (Mi limr/i/'Ji Whuff, J'tr/liiuni'c.
Liberal advances made on consignments wf
(Jrain r.nd ?ll other country produce.
!U?l'or to Hartholow kTiU'aiiy, Jlaltimore, Md.
.j; lifc[lu) tmM?d, tfiirruout, Va.
May 2i?, |S?5. HO-Smo.
Unscfd Oil. (Superior)) F?'' Sale.
at Ih<* Din-' and Tobacco Slnru <)i
Ajiil 'U. 11. li.OAMUVCU ,
i akkii am
llcdiiction in PriccsH
AT ]). II. CHAD WICK & CD'S.
J UST rccrived from thn Kn.st, Rich bor
? J ill red Panned..:, Queen's gray S: black
Silk", silk Kriime and Hue IVlillt*, Diaper,
I).ill. ml Kliinnel, f-priji'd Swiw, Bonnet
Coril. Umbrellas, brown Muslins. slmrt
lame an.I black lt>v*? YeiW, UobisNJii's
Sliors imhI Slipped. equally a? goodnsnny
made in our town, also a IVw (tkiss Hooks.
We have ju.-t concluded to run oH'gnme
things witliout if?iiril to cost. Call ami
see, then, while* bargains are going.
().} rent Culieo for l ets.
l v'i cent Lawns lot 8 ami 10 et?.
lsj cent do for 1 HA ets.
Herat's very cheap.
Collec, White Sugar, Tea, <fcc.
Keep your eyes on the Hud Post if you j
I want the best bargains you ever purchased.
Julie L'O, 1802." ' 150-tf.
Fashionable SHOE anil GAITER
Npiiicjx siaul Siiiium*!'Styles.
"11711. MAM It. SAMSKL return* his thanks
to his friends and the public generally,
lur the lilior.nl patronage heretofore received,
and respectfully informs them that he contin
ues to manufacture at his Shop, on Walnut
street, one door East of Mr. (i. M. liagun's
Dry Hoods Store,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes,
from the very best materials, in the latest styles
and under his immediate supcrintendance. He
has on hand and will constantly keep a general
assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Ladies' fine Kid & Morocco Slippers,
do. Leather and Morocco walking
do. black and bronzed Gaiters, a
variety of patterns,
do. black and bronzed Jenny Liud
Having received from the Kast a splendid
assortment of the finest materials, selected
j with great care, he feels confident of being a
hle to give general satisfaction.
Orders promptly attended to and work made
up fu the shortest notice.
Wl I.I.I AM II. SAMSKL.
Morgantown, April 10, 1852. 139 ly
FAIRCH1I.D, L AUG HEAD&CO.
Durbannnh, Near Morgantown, Va..
RKSPKCTKl'LLY inform their friends and
> the public that they are prepared with
materials of the very best quality, to make
Coaches, Carriages, Buggies* Spring
Their painting and trimming aro done by ex
| pcrienced and skilful hands, and the Smith
! work is equal to any iu this part of the world.
Carriages of cvery^description made to order
at short notice, and a variety of vehicles kept
on hand for sale.
Persons iu want of Carriages will consult
their own interest and comfort hv examining
our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ItKPAlltlNC done immediately, or soon-!
er,?and all work warranted.
May 29, 1S52. NC-lhno.
LAZIER, MAGUIRE & CO.,
1'i1 ft (Tin au's Depot,
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Taylor
ARK now prepared to rccoivc and forward
merchandize to all points in the surround
ing Counties; also,to all points on the Ohio
river, west of Parkersburg, Va. This will be
the most desirable route for Western mer
chants, during low water in the Ohio river.
arrangement) will pay Railroad freights on all
goods consigned to us,(when required) there-]
by avoiding the necessity of pre-paying iu Jlal-1
May 22, !So2. MG-tf. |
j 'WEXTJHtN j
fjnilK Subscriber respectfully informs his!
X friends and the public generally that he is |
now carrying on the Carriage Making business
at his New Stand on Pleasant street, near the
corner of I'ront, and within call of the Kerry,
Morgantown, Va., where be is fully prepared
to do all work iu his line, such as making, re
pairing, painting and trimming Carriages, Bug
gies, SulkcyH, ice. These vehicles are made
I to order and kept constantly on hand for sale.
All work giving way, by fair usage, within
one year from the time a new Carriage leaves j
mvshop, will he repaired gratis.
March 20, 1852. 3m J. M. KHUN*.
N. B.?His Smithwork is done by Daniel |
II.u.dkma.v,?Esq. the ''est workmen in his line J
in this Ktcliuu of cmmlf v f and liflrdly to be bent:
j NEW & CHEAP CONFECTIONERY.
HKSPKCTKUlibV culls the attention
of the citizens of Morgantown and the
surrounding: country to his fresh supply of
Confectioneries, <S:c. His establishment
is'diieetlv opposite Messrs. Raymond &
Co/s Store, and on the North-ens.t corner
one dour from the Drug Store, llis stock |
Fresh Oranges & Lemons, Figs, Rai
sins, Prunes, Dates, Almonds, Fil
berts, English Walnuts, Ground
Nuts, &c. Also, fresh Candies of
every description ; a very superior
I article of Cheese.
Tail per <tat ce Sfr i til;s,
exclusively, in great auuuouiicu, my. .?
(iiiii?urt Pop, Lemon do., Lemonade. Root
P>eer, Patent Gas do., Sarsapaiilla Mead,
that should be used indeed for health.?
Also on lmnd a constant supply of
Fresh CAKES Cruckcrx,
Such as Pound Cake, Sponge, Fruit*
Scotch, Taylor, Lemon, Ginger, &c. Wa
ter, Butter, Sugur, Soda and Ginger crack.
?tp. White loaf BREAD and Brown do.
on hand; this Initer should be used by all
who are delicate.
(O'" l*?rties of Ladies and Gentlemen
can be aecommodated with rooms and Re
freshments at his house at all times.
April 17, 1852; J. (OTHERS.
ssio'v and mbbIls.
A largo lot just received which reader ofir
an*ort?n'nt ngeneral one, and which wc offer
upon tit*' lowest tcrniHj
March G. Cnrrt Smith ?V Cn.
Castor Oil. by the barrel or dozen,
For Sule by II. II. CAUR & CO.
Loafl* usari ( rushed Nn^ar,
No. I. Alton's Refinery for sale at
Ji I. 21. Lazikk 5c Fi.KMa.vr..
A largo lot, in jjreat. variety, just
rpcr.ivrtl anil lor nabi at the Now Vork Cheap
Variety Store of
Curr, U.iiit'/i (f Cn.
To my old Friends and the Public in
I have again commenced the Mercan
tile Inisim'fS ut my old stand lately occu
pied by K. C. Ussier. ami have, assoeiute'd
with tiiu in business John E. Fleming.
Wh intend doing n plain, straight for
ward business, and expect to deal in cv
t-ry thing (except pull ) thai the people
want. Wk intend to keep all kinds of
Goods that are kept in the New Yoik,
Paris, Philadelphia unci Haltimore Stores,
and pei haps some things they do not keep.
We shall not deal in Poetry either, altho'
we can sing a Icclle.
Will lie to sell low lor cash or country
produce, and to prompt payers un credit.
We shall furnish our customers with their
lulls for settlement about the first of Jan
uary and July. As we do not expect nor
J intend to make hail debts, nor employ an
extta clerk t? look after slopcrs, we think
| wo can aflord to sell a little less than
some others, who necessarily have to
I make, in sell defence, a provision for the
I same. Conn*, therefore, all who want |
Goods at low pi ices, and look at our Stock ;
of Goods before you purchase elsewhere.1
A penny saved is a penny made.
I.A/IEK cV FLEMING.
Mnrgantown, 1st July, 1852. 151 \f.
Whatever concerns the health am! happiness
; <?t* a people iH.it ail times ol'the most valuable
importance. I take it fur granted that every
? person will c!o all in their power, to nave the
j liven of their children, nn?l that every person
? will emle.-wor to promote their own health at
[ all sacrifices. I Icel it to lie my duty to sol
l eninly assure you that WORMS, according to
| the opinion of the most celebrated Physician*,
j are the primary causes of a largo majority o
j diseases to which children and adults arc lia
? hie; if you have an appetite continually chang
alile from one kind of food to another, Had
J Breath, Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the
j Nose, Hardness and Fulness of the Helly, Dry
j Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse Irregular?remem
I her that all these denote WORMS, and you
; should at once apply the remedy:?
E5o!)cis*:H'k's Worm Syrup.
| An article founded upon Scientific Principle?,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when taken, and can be
given to the most tender Infant with decided
beneiieial diect, where Jiowcl Comptm'nfs mid
Diurrhirn have made them weak and debilita
ted the Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup
are such, that it stands without an equal in the
catalogue of inodicinc>, in giving tone and
strength to the Stomach, which makes it an In
fallible remedy for those aftlicted with Dyspep
sinf the astonishing cures performed by this
Syrup p tier Physicians have failed, is the best
I evidence of its superior efficacy overall others.
THIS TAPE WORM!!
This is the most difficult Worm to detrov of
all that infest the human system, it grows to an
almost indefinite length, becoming so coiled
land fastened in the Intestines and Stomach, af
i feeling the health so badly as to cause St. Vitus
: Dance, Fits, ice., that those afllictcd seldom if
! ever suspect that it is Tape Worm hastening
l them to an early grave. In order to destroy
| this Worm, a very energetic treatment must ho
i pursued, it would therefore be proper to tako
ti to S of my Liver Pills so as to rcmovenll ob
structions. that the Worm Syrup may actdircct
upon the Worm, which must he taken in doses
of i tablespoonfuls times a day these direc
tions followed have never lieeh known to fail ?
in curing the most obstinate case of Tape Iform. i
No part of the Bystern is more liable to dis
ease than the Liver, it serving ns a lilterer to
purify the blood, or giving the proper accretion
to the bile; so that any wrong action of the Liv
er affects the other important parts of the sys
tem, and results variously, in Liver Complaint,
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We should, there
lore, watch every symptom that might indicate
a wrong action of the Liver. These Pills be
ing composed of ROOTS and PLANTS furnish
| I'd by nature to heal the sick: Namely, 1st,
| An Kxitxtouant, which augments the secre
tion from the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or
promotes the discharge of secreted matter.?
id. Au Ai.tkkativk, which changes in soiue
inexplicable and insensible manner the certain
morliid action of the system. 3d. A Tonic,
which gives tone and strength to the nervous
system, renewing health and vigor to all parts
of the body. -Jill, A I'd/hurtle, which acts iu
perfect hnrmony with the other ingredients,ami
operating on the Rowels, and expelling the
whole mass of corrupt and vitiated matter,and
purifying the Rlood, which destroys disease and
Yoij will find these Pills an invaluable medi
cine in many complaints to which you are sub
ject. In obstructions either total* or partial,
they have been found of inestimable benefit,
restoring their functional arrangements to a
healthy action, purifying the blood and other
fluids so effectually as to put to flight all com
plaints which may arise from fomalo irregulari
ties, as headache, giddiness, dimness of sight,
pain iu the side, back, &c.
None genuine unless signed J. N.Iiobcnsack,
all others being base Imitation.
ID" Agents wishing new supplies, and Store
Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must
address the Proprietor, J. N. llobensack, Phil
Price, each 25 ccnts.
(I. W. Johnson, Baltimore, Wholcsale#\gcnt
for .Maryland and Virginia. Canon k ittcl'lcl
landjUniontown, Pa. lI.II.Cnrr,MorgantOAvn.
Hagan, Kiugwond. J.. A. Jlale, Weston. S.
fc .1. Hermans, Fellowsville. Meredith, Smith
field, and by every Mcrchunt in the I'. States.
June 2G, 1S52. loO-tf.
Dr. BS. S5."aUE;*OM},
t TKNDliKS his services to the
citizens of I'airvikw (Taylor
town) and vicinity, and lo the
public, generally, us a Physician
and Surgeon, llunii" been for some time
enpaged in practice, lie feels himself qua!
ilit'il to treat diseases successfully. Oflice
in ?lie house of Mr. hitman, in ihit room
formerly occupied by !Jr. Bruden.
A<? 1 am initially a stranger, 1 deem it
not improper (should nuy wish to inquire
particularly as to mv qualifications uud
character) to direct them, as references, to
II. li. Mulhoit, M. D., Smithlield, Fay
ette county, l'a.
licv. A. (J. Osboru} Oliphnnt's Furnace,
Fayette county, l'a.
licv. Cublj Uossell, Sniithfield, do.do.
IIo.J. I\l. Purinlon, do. do. do.
I have in my possession written recom
mendations from the above gentleman,
but ihiulc it unnecessary to publish them
Fnirview, Greene co., Pa., June 15,18u2.
Waynes bur# paper.-* please copy 6m.
Dr. Trask's Minnie Ointment,
For sale at the Drug Store of
April 21. II. II. CARU& 00.
Dr. Loudon's Ccldiratcil FamilyMed
Ifincs, Just received and for sale bv
April 24. H- H. CARll & CO.
BERAGE DK KAIN AND LAWNS,
A nice assortment for sale low at the
Emporium of LUtort & F?j.\iuro.
Another Scientific Wonder.
Dr. J. s. HOUGHTON'S
GREAT DYSl'KPSIA ciBhft.
Prepared from IlKNNKT, or the fourth SiOM ;
ACII OF TUB OX, after directions or Huron (
l.irbig, lh? great Physiological Chemist, by .
J. s. HOUGHTON, M. 1).. Philadelphia, I ??
This is a truly wonderful remedy l??r Indigtf- ?
lion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint
Ctumliptitiiin mill Drhllily, curing ailrr Nntnrr'n t
own mctlmil, by Nuuro'a own agent, "1P
I (SaMtric Juice. . . . .
ILT Half u t ?nspoonftil of Pr.rsts, infused ???S
water, will digest or dissolve Five Pounds oj ,
Roast ttcef in about 'i hours, out of the stomach, j
PKPS1N is the chief clemcut, or Great Digest-;
ing Principle of the Gastric Juice?the Solvent,
of the Food, the Purifying, Preserving Slim-1
ulnting Agent of the Stoiniich and Intestines.;
It is extracted from the Digestive Stomach of;
the Ox, thus forming an Artificial Digestive fluid
precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its
Chemical powers, and furnishing a Compltlcand ?
Perfect Substitute for it. By the aid ot this;
preparation the pains and evils of Indigestion J
and Dyspepsia arc removed, just as they would j
lie by a healthy stomach. It is doing wonders ,
lor Dyspeptics,curing cases of Debility, Kmaei- ;
nlion, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consump-.
lion, supposed to be on the verge ol the grave.
The scientific evidence upon which it is based
b in the highestdegrce curious and remarkable, i
Baron I.iebig in hiu celebrated work on Ani- j
dial Chemistry says: 'An Artificial Digestive
lsluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may ho
readilv prepared from the mucous inemhraneol;
the stomach of the Calf, in which various tirli- \
cles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened, j
changed nhd digested, just in the same manner
as they would be in the human stomach.' |
Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on tho j
Physiology of Digestion, observes that4 a dimi-i
nution of the due quantity of the Gastric Juice j
is a prominent and nil-prevailing cause ol Dp- j
pepsia;' and he states that a distinguished pro
fessor of medicine in London, who was severe
ly nlllictcd with this complaint, finding every ;
thing else to fail, had recourse to the Gastric
Juice obtained from the stomachs ol living ani-,
mnls, which proved completely successful.'
Professor Di/ng/ison, of the Jefferson College,'
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Ptoy- i
siology, devotes more than fifty pages toau ex- J
animation of this subject. His experiments with
Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained j
from the living human stomach and from ani-,
mills, arc well known. ' In all cases,' he says,
'digestion occurred as perfectly in the artificial j
as in the natural digestions.*
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER,
Dr. JloiightoiCs Pepsin has produced the most,
marvellous effects in curing eases of Debility,1
| Emaciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic j
Consumption It is impossible to give tho de-i
tails of cases in the limits of this advertisement; j
I bnt authenticated certificates have been givon
| of more than tiro hundred remarkable curcs, in ?
I Philadelphia, New York aitd Boston alone.? i
I These were nearly all desporato cases, and the
! cures were not only rapid and wonderful, but;
' permanent. ]
It is a groat Nervous Antidote, and particular-;
ly useful for tendency to Bilious disorder, Ltvor!
complaint, Sever and Ague, or badly treated i
Fever and Ague, and theevil effects of Quinine,
mercury and other drugs upon the digestive or
gans, after a long sickness; also for excess in
anting and the too free use of ardent spirits. It
almostreconciles health with intemperance.
Old .Stoiuach Complaints.
There is no form of old Stomach Complaints ^
which it does not seem to reach and remove at j
once. No matter how bad they may be, it gives |
instant relief! A single dose removes all the .
unpleasant symptoms; and it only needs to be j
repeated for a short time to make thitfo good j
effects permanent. Purity of lilood and Vigor I
of Ilody follow at once. It is particularly excel
lent in cases of Nausea, ^ omiting, cramns, j
soreness of the pit and stomach, distress alter I
eating, low, eold state of the blood, heaviness, i
lowncss of spirits, despondency, emaciation,
weakness, tendency to insanity, suicide, &c.
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is preparedin Powder
and in Fluid form; and in Proscription vials for
the use of Physicians. , ,
Private'Circulars for the use of Physicians
may be obtained of Dr. Houghton aud his agents
describing tho whole process of preparation and
giving the authorities upon which the claims of
this new remedy are based. As it is not a secret,
remedy no objection can bo raised against its:
use by Physicians in respcctnblo standing and j
regular practice. Price Owe Dollar per bottle, j
Observe ThisEvery bottle of the geiiuino ,
Pepsin bears the written signature of J. S. j
Houghton, M. D. sole proprietor, Philadelphia, j
Ph. Copy right and trade murk sccured.
Sold by all Druggists and dealers in medicines ;
Ity CAMPBELL* WATSON, FAIR MOST i
Wholesale Agents for the Slate of Virginia.
October So, ISol. ly
For 2.0 Units,
Ity menus of the Pock
et iCsculnpius, or Kv
1 rrv one his own Physician
upwards of a hundred en
disease in every shape
nnd form, and malforma
tions of tho generative
By WM. YOUNG, M. D.
Tho time has now arrived, that persons mil
I'cring from fmct diwares, need no mora lie
come the victim or quackery, as by the pr?
scrintions contained in this book, any one may j
cure himself, without hindrance to business, i
or tho knowledge of tho most intimate Iriend, j
nnd with one-tenth the usual expense, In ad
ditinnto the general routine ofprivalediseases,
it fully explains the csuso of manhoods early
decline, with observations on marriage?he
hides many other derangements which it would
not be proper to enumerate in Pfrl"tj''..
\ry Any person sending T ?> i ? I*
CTS enclosed in a letter, will receive onftowy
of this book, by mail, or liyocopieswilbe
sent for one dollar. Addrcss'DH.VN^OUM.,
No. IdiSPllUCIi Street, PHILADLI.HIIIA.
Post-paid. . , , ..
ID" Dn. YOUNG can be consitllod on any nl
th?* Disoafi's described in his different pnbliea
tions, at hi- nfflco, 1M SI'ltUCK Street, every
day botween 0 ami 3 o'clock, (Sut.di.ya e*?|i
Cll' May I. IS02.
THE subscribers have remov
ed their Stock of Goody to thoir new Ware
House on Walnut ulrHCt, immediately below
their old nlijnd on the corner uTHigh and Wal
nut streets, where Ihev may bo found roady to
welcome their old friend* itnd cuntomorH, and
to render them yreat facilities in the way of
puichaoiiis Goods at fitir priccn.
GEO. M. HACANS & CO.
Morgantown, Vn. February 28, 186i.
Llimhci'i?Persons having firet-rnte
seasoned Lumber to dispose of, would do well
to rail. P.M. H.fcCo.
Dr. J. C, A yore' Clierry I'ccloral,
Jnsi received oml formic bv
April 24. H. H CAB 118; CO
For sale oi ihe Mirror O/lice,
Jaundice, Dyspopsiaj Chronic or
Nervous l>cbilitj'? Diseases
of tlio Kidneys,
FROM A DISORDERED LlVKI.
on Stomach, such as Constiua
TION, INWARD PiLES, Kt'l.LNWR on
n 1.00U to Tiir. llr.AD, Acidity or tup.
Stomach, Nausea, Heaut-iii'hn', Dis
oust von Food, Fuli.ners, oh weight in
the Stomach, Sour Fruitations, Sinking
or fluttering nt the pit ot'tho Stomach, Swim
ming of tlio Head, Hurried nml Difficult
Breathing, Fullness nt the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating sen
sations when in a lying
posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots or
Fever and dull pain in the Head, Deficiency or
Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Vain in the Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, .yc., Sud
den Flushes of Heat, Ilurning in the Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings uf Evil ana Great depression
of Spirits, can be effectually cur -d by
CELEBRATED GERMAN 1UTTE IIS
DR. C. M JACKSON, fi
AT THK (SEUMAN MEDICINB STORL,
120 Arch Street, Philadelphia*
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled?if equalled?by any other prepara
tion in the United States, as the cures attest, in
many cases niter skilful physicinns had failed.
These Hitters arc worthy the attention of in
valids. Possessing great virtues iu the rectifi
cation of diseases of the Liver k lesser glands,
exercising the most searching power# in weak
ness and affections of the digestive organs, they
are withal safe, certain and pleasant.
ltcad and be Convinced.
From the Uoston Bee.
The editor said, Deo. 22d :
Dr. lloojland's Celebrated Herman Hitters for
thecirre of hi ver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspep
sia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deservedly
one of the most popular mcdicinci of the day.
Those Hitters have been used by thousands, and
a friend at our elbow says he has himself recei
ved an clfcctiiul and permanent cure of Liver
Complaint from the use of this remedy. We
arc convinced that, iu the uso of these Hitters,
the patient constantly gains strength and vigor;
a fact worthy of great consideration. 'J'hcy are
pleasant iu tasto and smell and can be taken by
persons with the most delicatc stomachs with
safety, under any circumstances. Wearo speak
ing from experience, and to the afflicted we ad
vino their use.
* Scott's Weekly,' one of the best Literary
papers published, said, Aug. 2f??
4 Dr. Iloojland's (Servian Hitlers, manufactur
ed by Dr. Jackson, are now recommended by
some of the most prominent members of the
faculty as an nrticlu of much etlicacy in cases
of female weakness. As such is the case, we
would advise all mothers to obtain ahottle, and
thus save themselves much sickness. Persons
of debilitated constitutions will find tliesu Hit
ters advantagcuus to their health, as we know
from experience the salutary effect they have
upon weak systems.'
The 'Philadelphia Saturday Gazette,' the best
family newspaper published In theUnilcd States
The editor says of
Dr. Hoojlit/id's German Jiiltcrs.
'It is seldom that we recommend what are
termed Patent Medicines, to the confidence and
patronage of our readers; and therefore when
wo recommend Dr. Hooflaml's (lerman Hitters,
we wish it to be distinctly understood that we
aro not speaking of the nostrums of the day that
arc noised about for a brief period and then for
gotten after they have done their guilty race of
mischief, but of a medicine long established, u
nivcrsally prized, and which has met the hearty
approval ot the faculty itself.'
Evidence upon evidence has lmcn received
(like the foregoing) from all sections of the U
iiion,the three last years, and the 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 easily be established, and
fully proving that a scientific preparation will
meet with their <|tiiot approval when presented
ovon in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complaint
and Dyspepsia no one can doubtafter using itas
directod. it acts specifically upon the stomach
and liver; it is preferable to calomel in alt bili
ous diseases?the effect is immediate. They can
bo administered to female or infant with safety
and reliable benefit at any time.
Dewarc of Counterfeits.
This medicine has attained this high character
which is necessary for all medicines to attain to
induce counterfeiters to put forth spurious arti
cles at the risk of the lives of those who are iu
took well to the marks of the genuine.
They have the written signature ol'C'.M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, and the name blown in
the bottle, without which they are spurious.
For Sale Wholesale and Retail at the
GERMAN MEDICINE STOKE,
No. 120 Arch street, one door below Sixth, Phi
ladelphia; and by respectable dealers generally
through the country.
To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy tlio
advantages of their restorative powers:
Single Bottles 7f> ccnts.
Also for Sale by II. 11. CAIlll, Druggist, Mor
Wholesale Agents for Virginia, l'UllCELL,
LADD CO., Richmond, Ya.
September IS, 1S51. 10S ly.
AGENCY 01' J)R. FITCH'S
Pectoral Hulsam, Dcpurutive Syrup,
Pectoral Kxpectorant, Heart Corrector,
Pectoral Liniment, Humor Corrector,
Pure and Medical Cod) Cough and Cathartic
Liver Oil, J Pills,
Anti-dyspeptic mixture, Vermifuge,
Nervine, Female Pills,
Female Specific, &c. See.
Used by him constantly and with unprecedented
success in tho treatment rt'
Coughs, Colds. Consumption, Asthma, llcurl
Diseases, Dyspepsia, SeroJ'ulu. Skin Dis
eases, Rheumatism, Female cvmplauits,
Piles, ifc. i)'c.
Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent silver plated Ab
Dr. Fitch's improved plated steel-spring Shoul
Dr. Fitch's Silver InhaliagTiibe.
DR. 1'ITCJFS (SELEllRATED SIX
On the prevention and euro of Consumption,
Asthma, Diseases of the Heart, &f., and on the
method of preserving Health and Heauty to an
This book should be iu every family. To the
consumptive it points out the only reasonable
hope for relief. To mothers the directions it
gives for the care and education of children ate
invaluable. 78,01)0 copies of this book bare
passed through the press, and tho saloc contin
For sale bv S. S. KITC'H iV Co., No. 707
Rroutlwav. New York, uittl I1. II. Curr.
CGT* Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids, or
Directions to persons using Dr. Fitch's R?
mcilies, to he. had, gratis, ol' all his Agents,
July 0, 1650. <17tf
WJl. Dlfttinw. I W. TOWF.H
MO RCA NT OWN HOOK STORE.
William Durliin & Co.,
KIJK1' eonMantly on hand nt their Store, on
lli^'li Htrnot, oppositefnrr, Smitli & (Vs.,
a general aixortment of HOOKS, including Ui
lilen, ToitnmcntH, and a variety of standard
IteligiouH, Medical and Historian! works, to
gotlior with a laigc nmsortmcnt of Schoolbooks,
Siovcls, &c., fee.
UInnk Book?,Stationery, Steel-|utnn, ire. ,
(SHOCKHIMS.?Thoyh'ave also a lot of iuj5t
Morgantown, Nov. 2(^, 1W1.
Iliitlcr's Celebrated famiij Medicines,
Decidedly llie most popular and I'll'vc
tual remedies in use.
Dr. Butler's Hiixir of Brandy,
a sure, Halt' remedy lor Dyspepsia*
the most lormentni" of all other clisonHt?f.?
persons who ;;r?? laboring under tho
weight of this i:'t;np!:tlul nil| ???? well to pur
chase a bottle of tii?* K'i.ir of* Brandy, an it
| tln> stoumeh, thereby csiumiijj the
food to digest, tlic head to cease itching, tho
j mind to run nine its wonted c I earn ens and activ
I ity*?in short, a renovation of thw whole man.?
j For particulars, road Dr. Butler's valuable Be
! ceipt Hook, a copy of whioli may hu had of tho
I Agent, gratis.
! Dr. lliillor's Balsam of Elccampane,
! ib warranted, to aire more cases ofdiseases of
j tho ('host than any other preparation oll'ereil for
sale at this time. It may he used by persons of
all ages and conditions, and will be found a cer
tain cure for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough,
Bronchitis and Consumption in its earlier stages.
11 loosens the phlegm, and enables one to breath
freely,which is always desirable, l'or a fur
ther "description of its virtues, see Dr. Butlers'*
valuable ileceipt Hook, a copy of which may bo
bud ofthc Agent, gratis.
Dr. Butler's Sampson Liniment,
which is a Liniment, as its name denotes, tliaf
produces great strength. Is there weakness of
the back, breast, or limbs? it will vanish upMi
tho application of this great strengthener. Do
you sutler pain in these places 1 use the Samp
son's Liniment; it will drive out nil pain in
stantly. Arc you bruised, or strained in any
way ? it will remove the swelling and soreness
with a few applications. It should stand in tho
cupbourd of every family, nnd may be found
described in Dr. Butler's valuable receipt book
at greater length.
Dr. Butler's Gold Mine, or Califor
is a pill made from the extract of a plant found
in the wilds ofCalifornia; and to a man afflicted
with some ofthc ills that tlcsb is heir to, is more
valuablu than line gold. This pill operates
gently on the bowels, and thereby removes puins
and sluggishness ofthc system, and being cer
tain in their operation, are 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 othor things useful to families.
For sale by CANON AcM'CLKLLAND, whole
sale Agents, Uniontown, Pa.
II. li. C'ARR, Morgantown, Va.
C. B.CARR & CO., Fairmont, Va.
Thomus Muridelh, Stuitliliuld,
S. &J. IloerinaiiF, Fcllnit'svillc,
Byrne &Tntt, Evnnsville,
J. Asbury & Sou, Primtytown,
J. Asbury, Thorntown.
II. S. Combs, Stcwarttown.
A. I.oltus, Ice's Ferrv, .Monongalia Co., Va.
| March 30, 1851.
AHEAD OF ALL OT1IE11S.
The Envy of nil l'ill MnmifuoUtrcrp
*I)KCAUSB they are safer, better and more
11 cfficncioivs than any others; and because
the public will take no others if they can ob
havo been annually stdd within the last .0 years
YOU .NT. AND OLD, MALE AND FKMALK,
can always take them with equal safety,- with
IF PILLS BE NECESSARY
for purging and cleansing the stomach and bow
els. and purifying the Blood and fluids of the
body, take no others?for no other pills produco
these combined eficcts, or contain Sarsaparilla
Eat, Driuk unit Lire as vsunL,
and pursue your usual occupation whilst taking
them, without fear of taking cold, during all
kinds of weather.
ONK THOUSAND DOLLARS
are wagered that more genuine certificates
(from Physicians, Clergymen, Members ofCon
i grcss and respectable citizens) can be produced
of their ellicacy than of anv others, and
I will be forfeited in every instance where Onb
| Box will not do more good thau Two Hoses of
Forty Pills are in a Box !!
and sold at TwKHTY-nvn Ci:xts 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,
Do not gripe the Stomach or Bowels,
Produce no sickuoss, vomiting, or bad feelings
They are C.OOD AT ALL TIM MS,
And adapted to most diseases common to
No one having once taken thorn will be will
ing afterwards to take any others, because they
always do good, and if they do not then no oth
1>R. N. 15. LEIDY. tliu l'ropriotor nnd
Manufacturer, is a regular Druggist, Chemist &
Physician, of lil\ecn years experience in Phila
delphia ; tiraduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania; Member of dill'erent Medical Institutions
of Philadelphia , New York, Boston, Baltimore,
&c., and associate and corresponding member
of several Modical Institutions of Loudon and
Paris?hence tho reason of the greater conli
deuoo placed in his pills, and there being re
commended in the practice of most respectable
physicians throughout the United States.
IP'Principal Depot. Dr. Leidv's Dispcnsarv,
No. 114 North FOURTH ST., Philadelphia?
nnd sold wholesale and retail by
II. ll.CARR, Morgantown;
S. Ileermans, Kellowsvillo;
T. R. Curtis, Clarksburg & Millersville;
S. 4c J. Ilcormaus, Orcigsville ;
M. M. Campbell, Fairmont;
Mallonee & Newlon, Pruuiytown;
Strickler & Co., Philippi;
Brooke & Co., Laurel Point;
Skiles & Co., Uuioutown ;
John I lagan. Smithtield ;
Riuehart & Minor, Wayuesbimj;
C. A. fc W. Mostrezatt, Majdetown ;
J. Hudson, Newtown;
D. N. Uobinson, Brownsville;
and by all Druggists nnd Storekeepers in the U
States. 60 ty Sept. 7, IS50.
J. MILLS & SON,
Wholesale and llclail (iroccry,
Forwarding ?S* Commission Merchants
And Dealers in Country Produce nutl
Pittsburg Manufactured <\riii'li?s,
Water street, (above Aloiwnpahclu U ridge,
Pittsburgh, IV i lira.
Consignment!} of Wool, Flour, Bacon, Su-?
(jurJ Molasses, Dried Fruit, Timothy tmd
Clover Seed, Cheese, Butler; and Iron,
Nails, (JIhss, or Manufactured Goods of
every kind, and general pationage from
all quarters most respectfully solicited.
Storage oil the most accommodat
\s our House is very large, directly oppo
riiir the Wharf or Undine of the Pi'tt&burg
and UrowiiBvillo Steam Packets.
K7"i\\ U. We will act as Aeouts, at oil
times, for the transaction of business of
any kind committed to our trust by our
mi j niim ?" vr,n uj i'iii
I'riiMids from any point of the com paw,
with lidelity and despatch.
P. C. Chad wick, Esq.
ti. It. C. Allen, Ksji[.
Dr. C. Mcl.ane,
Wm. Lazier, Ksq.
Gen. J. K. Moorehead,
Kramer &. Kuhni,
William Uap;ley & Co.
H. Ihilds ktv.
March tfi, 18M.