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A WEEKLY FAMILY EWSPAPER?Independent, of Party Politics or Religious Sects.?Devoted to News. Literature, Morality, Agriculture, the
I? published every Suturda/ morning, at the
office on Front streot, next door to N*. Madora'a
old pom office etnnd, at the following term*; i
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cacli additional inaerlion, ? 0.25
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do. 6 mouths, ? ? O.OO
do. 1 year, ? ? 10.00
For ore column, minion type, J year, 30.00
For Announcing Candidate, ctoh name, 2.00
1?7* Xo paper will bo discontinued until all
arrearages arc paiJ ap,cxccptftt the oplsun ??*
the Publisher.
No subscription taken Tor a shorter period
than six month*.
Hivr* o\ koi'catiu.v.-xo. 5.
Mr. fcUitor,-?
Nt'ttrly rt;?a?e<i, in im
portance to health, with exercise ami
ch"erfu!nea-t S - gooihtir. It is gem-ral
ly admitted 1 hut impute blood is the
soiiree til* mo.st of tlit* discard which
mm heir to, hence tin* immense num
ber of pill* which ure annually swallow
ed bv the American people in order t-?
j>? rify 1 heir blood! But it is nut gen*
erally known that pur* ait purifies the
Let u-? see what effect the air
i?as on the dark fl aul which is constant
ly ci?ut>iitg through the veins. Every
one knows that there are two sets of
blood vessels in the human system, one
M?t containing blight, red blood; and
the othet filled with blood of a darker,
hue. Let ua pry into the matter, and
see what we can learn by tracing the
blood from place to place in the system.
We will commence at the herfrt'. This j
is divided into two divisions, and the;
blood in one side is a dark, and in the;
other a bright red. The pure, bright
blood is constantly passing from thc|
left side of the hcait into a large artery
which conveys it into branches that be
come smaller and smaller as they ap
proach the surface of tire skin, till they 1
grow too small for the nuked eye to
sec. As this pure blood flows along
from place to place in til** system it de
posited particles of matter wherever
I hey are newded and thus supplies the
place of woin out atoms, and also,
strengthens and enlarges the various
parts 11 f the human finme. By the time
it rearhea the extremities of the arter
ies, it has lost its bright red odor. and
here by some wise anatnfement i' is
conveyed into the tiny branches of the
veins to be started back towards the
bea ?. As i? proceeds on it* course, the
numerous veins uni'e, firming larger
?and laiger ones; until one large stem
takes it to the right side of the heart.
From the right side of the heart it ia
conveyed to the lungs or lights, and,
here, by meanB of thousands of liitlu
winding branches, it is brought very
near the air we draw into the lungs by
breathing, twilling separating the blood
from the air hut a very thin film. If the
air we are breathing i.? pure, thit is if
it has tint been hreathud bffere, sr..I is
rot tainted with anything unwholesome;
end if them be nothing compresningthe
waist thai will prevent a sufficient quan
tity being diswn in, the blood in instant
ly changed in color from tbii dark vein
otis to the blight arterial hue; and re
turns to the left eidtf fit' the heart every
way qualified t" cariy a flush of health
nod beauty to tlie ekin oti its next visit
there. From this imperfect glance at
the circu'ttiinu ?f lbs Mood, may be
learned the vast impoitance of well de
veloped lungs lo the health mid hnppi
ties* "f individuals. The lungs lire thu
uatuial ajeni* i>y which the Mood ia
purified, and the larger they aie, the su
rer i? t lie ptnspeet of life and lu-altli to
iheii pus/e-soi, Moiheis, will you not
remember this when tilling dresses (or
your li'tle giils. mid lefiaitt from the
murderous practice of Hying to con
tract orlenseti lint sizes of their waists.
If their clothes fit so that they cannot
take in a good, long breath, why then
the blood, after passing into the lungs
and Keeking its purifier ill vain, returns
dark colored ami unhealthy to ail parts
of ihe system, and lavs the foundation
for years of tufieiing. There is much
complaint about consumption; but when
I look around I wonder that so many es
cape it aa do. Many females are never
allowed, from the cradle to the grave,
to take in one long breath of good fiosh
sir. Ana *,vhnt so tits coseequcacol
Why, before marriage they are fit for
nothing hut to be looked Hi ami admi
red for their delicacy of form; and af
forwards are worth iiulhing but to trans
mit to posterity disease and fluttering.
A great sensation in produced when one
commits suicide. Hut which in worse,
murder committed in an instant, or mur
der wrought by slow degrees* Mur
der that deprives but one person of life,
or murder thai involves self and ail pos
terity iirita tortures? There are mote
untimely deaths from contracting the
chest and breathing confined air than
from oil other sources together. It
should be remembered heie, that air
once breathed is unfit to breathe again.
In older to make this plain, I will sav
that pure atmospheric air is composed
of two gasses called nitrogen and oxy
gen. By some stramje process, about
the operation of which scientific writers
disagree, the air in the lungs loses its
natural qualities, and when thrown out.
i.t found to be carbonic acid gat-s which
is a deadly p?M?n. This shows the im
portance of admitting freslhair frequent
ly into all of our apartments ; and the
necessity of avoiding the use of low,
tight rooms for bleeping or sitting rooms
In cast's of fevers, ire., much harm ie
ciftou done lo patient* through fear of
fiesh air. when at the satne time it is of
more real importance than medicine.
A word here about school rooms. This
point deserves particular attention in
this region at the present time. Hav
ing been accustomed to round log, pa
per-windowed, puncheon-floured, open
School-houses, in their young days, pa*
rents remember their sufferings, and
seem determined in many places at least
to have their children morecomfurtably
situated, and so tlioy build frame houses,
piaster them inside, make the doors and
windows air tight, have the ceiling low,
arid then finish by placing a stove in the
centre. In a room so constructed, per
haps not more than 16 feet square, be
tween thirty and forty children aro con
fmod from eight in tlio morning till four
in the evening, with not more than an
hour and a-hulfof recess; and during
this time, the teacher (as ignorant very
frequently of Physiology and Chemis
try as his youngest pupil) keeps tho
door closed for fear of lettiuj* in some
cold air ! What effect can this warm,
and a hundred times rehieathed air
have on the blood of those poor intio
cent sufleiers ? No wonder they nestle
and screw from side to side. No won
der they pant for freedom, and in their
anxiety for noontime, forget the spelling
and grammar. And no wonder that
many of them turn pale, and sicken
and die before the return of the next
winter session. A remark about cloth
ing and this article will be finished.
We have seen why clothing should ho
worn loose. Now let us see why i:
should be light. The whole surface of
the body is covered with minute pores
which perform a kind of respiration by
throwing off corrupt, unwholesome hu
mors, nnd also absorbing a poition of
atmospheric air. A great deal depends
on tho proper action of these tiny pores.
If too much clothing is worn the air
cannot pepetrate it so as to carry off
the moisture from tho surface, and this
being retained, clogs the outlets of the
skin and predisposes to disease. Again,
if too little clothing is worn tho perspi
ration i*upt to bo checked, and this will
prove injurious, so'in at parents should
avoid the exUtune'fflJcither case, and re
member at all times, to consult health
and confer! in preference to folly and
fashion. SEBA.
For the Monongalia Mirror.
Last Tuesday (Nov. 8) was the day
set apart for the election of officers to
pieside over the destinies of Gallatin
county, Illinois?County Judge, Clork,
Commissioner, Constable, &c. were to
be chosen.
Tho morning was beautiful in the ex
treme. The sun streaming forth, re
flecting beauty upon tho tranquil bosom
of the majestic Ohio. The town (Shaw
neetown) wearing an aspect of unusual
activity?Merchants industriously en
gaged making ready for the day'scales,
Hotel and Grog-shop kcopers busily
engaged cleansing and replenishing
empty decanters; chuckling over tho
certainty of doing a brisk business to
day. The E!ec:icn diy ? The day of
days! Candidates innumerable running
fn m gmg-t-hop in giog-sliop, depositing
in earli 11 few dimes to piociue "plain
tv/iukey," all foi the benefit of lh*-ir |
ileal fiit'iiild of Gallatin county, and in
return fnr this extreme liberality and
kiudne*9, receive the support (if the
" sovereigns " at the pulls. This whis
key plot acted like a chann as the sc- .
quel will show.
9 o'clock, A. M. Polls open. 1 !>??,
inq a stranger, took my aland close l?y,
with my pencil in bund, diligently jot
ting down all that attracted my parlicu- j
lar attention.
I 10 o'clock, A. M.?Counting number
i of drunk men who came to the polls to
I vote.
I 11 o'clock, A. M.?Counted 25?the
number increasing rapidly. I find it
impossible to keep count. Give it up
11 i.?Attempted to count the number
of candidates?a task equally fruitless.
Give if up.
2 o'clock, P. M.?Returned from din
ner. Candidates xjietiking?all through '
save Mr. B., candidate for Judge?a tall !
man, full six fret high, square built, an >
iron visage, showing marks of days of j
toil and hardships, He is evidently
proud of his present profession (Flat;
Boat Pilot) and in blessed with plenty
of talk, native wit, and common educa* j
tion. Judge from his address, which I
give in part. Ho aiose amid cheers, !
and proceeded?
Brother Farmers and Townsmen: Old ;
Ben, the Com Boat Pilot, is, you all!
know, a candidate for County Judge.? j
You all know Old Ben, and know'd mei
long. | Voice ? Go it Ben."] I were
raised amongst yees; always were with
ye except when I was down with bouts.
I never axed you for office before in my
life, but now I do, and I ux you to lect j
me. ["I'll plump for you, old Hoss,i
(hie) for you treated mote than them
other fel(hic)ler candidatea,"?tammered i
a voico evidently under the influence of!
i Ben's liberality.] I'll make as good a
Judge as Mike will. I guess Old (
B??n known eorce things. It would he
bo a pretty thing if I didn't, for I've run i
fifty boats to New Orleans, and never
' lost but two, and that wasn't my fault;!
: indeed it warnt feller citizens. [Voices
i 'Go it old feller, you're ahead,old hossl'j
' 'Hurrah fur Bun !' 'three cheers for old
?Ben!' 'Drink with u.% Ben!'] And*
Ben was haul?*d from the htuml, and
anon disappeared in a Coffee house, i
haid by, amid cheers of his numerous
admirers. Thus ended Ben's speech,!
much ti> my regret, a3 I was anxious to
hear liim through.
Half j?ast 4 o'clock, P. M. Votes all
pol led -candidates scarce?horse-racing
wre^flinx* a 'ew fights, now in pro
gress. Doggery-keepers operating with
front doors closed. No E-istitcc for any
one unless ho cun climb a fence. ant!
find the hack door.
Half past 5?Fighting all over?no*
i body hurt, nobody Killed, snvc a few
bloody noses, caused by o Utile too much
pure essence of corn, which brought
them in contact with the pavement.?
AH that can navigate are climbing (he
fence, or preparing to leave town.
Among the goodly number climbing
: or endeavoring to climb the fence, I no*
ticed quite a genteelly dressed young
: man, who by repeated efforts had suc
ceeded in straddling it, and was exult
ing over his good luck by singing the
: popular air, "Away down on do Sawnee
j river"?but ere he bad finished the cho
rus, pure essence capsized him, and ho
came, with a tremendous ctash to the
ground. I wan certain he was much
i hurt; but to my surprise ho was not.? j
I He consoled himself by looking around !
j and thanking good fortune that he fell j
I on the whiskey nido.
I Night has closed in ?all is still and j
quiet save a growl or a gtunt from some
i poor fellow lying in the gutter, or still I
loth to let him go, young and vigorous,'
| whiskey has lied him to tho fence. j
? 1 return to my quarter*, fully satisfied!
j that h trtnperuucu reformation is need
ledin Gallatin county. Illinois. An am
! pie field is open for a Gough, or a VVil
jliains, or our own Willnf to work and
I do good. And ac?in judging from what
II have seen to-day, they want Law in
j Gallatin county, as fighting, drinking,
1 and horse racing went on without res
traint. But perhaps there is a clause in
; their present code of laws to permit a
! man to do as pleases him to-day?the
Jay of days?tho Election day in Illi.
j nois. ANTONIO.
I Shawneetown, III., Nov. 1S53.
1 P. S. Three days later.?" Old Ben"
'is cltctcd Judge of Gallatin county.
Oil! could there in this world be found
Some little spot of happy ground,
Without the village tattling!
IIow doubly blot that *pot would be,
Where all might dwell in liberty,
Free from the Litter misery
Of gossip*' eudlcss prattling!
If such a spot were really known,
Dame Peace might claim it as htr own,
And in it she might fix her throne,
Forever and forever;
There like a queen might reign and live,
While every one would soon forgive
The little alight* they might receive,
And be offended never.
?Tis mischief-makers that remoro
Far from our hearts the warmth of love,
And lead us all to disapprove
What given another pleasure;
They seem to take one's part?but when
They've heard our cares unkindly, theu
They soon retail thern o'er again,
Mixed up with poisonous measure.
And then they've such a cunning way
Of telling ilUmeant tales?they say
" Don't cvir mention it, I pray,
I would not tell another
Straight to your neighbor* th?*n they go,
Narrating every thing they know;
And break the peace of high and low,
Wife, husband, friend and brother.
Oh! that the mischicf-making crcw,
Were all reduced to one or two,
And they were painted r?:d or blue,
That every one might know them ;
Then would our villagers forget
To r.ige and quarrel, fume and fret,
And fall into an angry pet,
With things so much below them.
For 'tis a sad, degrading part,
To make another's bosom smart,
And plant a dagger in the heart
We ought to love and cherish !
Then let us evermore be found
In quictncuH with all around,
While friendship, joy and peace abound,
And angry feelings perish.
Go ahead- and do not tarry,
Nought is gained by landing htill;
What though you at times miscarry,
Let not /cars your bosom fill.
Search the causes of your errors,
Gather wisdom from the past,
To the winds give all the terrors,
And you'll get ahea ut lust.
Co ahead?in useful doing:*,
Letour motto be u I'll try
lie who ever despairing,
Bankrupt hearts and hopes arc nigh.
What though you and wealth are strangers
| Onward, onward be your aim,
And those real or foic icd dangers
j Swon you'll put to flight or shame.
Go ahead?the world reforming,
j In civil, moral, freedom's name;
.?ill those forts and cutpoKta storming,
Which your enemies may claim.
\ icld no bulwark, take no quarter,
j Compromise no cheriiln d right,
Freedom's treakuree never barter,
j Hold them firm with all your might.
Go ahead then?don't defer it,
Life's .,hort span soon flits away;
, If y. u'd finish aught of merit
You must to your task to-day.
1 Set the bail in instnnt motion,
j Keep it going?strain each norve?
I Nor doubt that ultimate promotion
, Will yield the laurels you deserve.
: See how, beneath the moonbeam's smile,
j Yon little billow heaves its breast,
j And foams and sparkles for awhile,
i And, murmuring, then subsides to rest,
j Thus roan, the sport ol Mis.? and care,
Rises on Time's eventful sea,
And, having swelled a moment there,
Thui melts into Eternity 1
The rose, with faint and feeble streak,
So ?lightly tinged the maiden's check,
That you hod said her cheek was pale;
But if she laced the Summer gale,
Or spoke, or sung, or quicker moved,
Or heard the praise of those she loved,
Or when of interest wn? exprens'd
Aujilt that waked feeling in her breast,
The mantling blood in ready play
Rivalled the blush of rising day.?Scott.
0 thou bright sunny thing, lrc?h from the hand
of God,
The motions of thy dancing limbs arc swayed
By tho unceasing music of thy being!
Nearer I seem to God when looking on thee.
?Ti? ages since Ho made His youngest star,
His hand wan on thee as 'twere yesterday.
Thou later revelation ! Silver stream,
Breaking with laughter from the lako divine, I
Whenco oil things flow ! O bright and singing j
What wilt thoa bo hereafter ? [lubv*1
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Skies Bright and Brightening 11
?fnd I lie Kcd Post loo !
! Will be received from Philadelphia, THIS
j Velvet liibbons, Florences, Fur Cuffs,
Co burg and Alpaccas,
1 Black and fancy Shawls, long and square
Print*, Catiiou Flannel*. Kentucky Jraiif',
j Kcd Flannels, Ladies' Glove*, &c. &<:. &e.
i Look out for ih? Red Posl. lor CUEAl'
| GOODS are always lo be had there.
Nov. 24, 1853.' D H CHADWIGK.
! ?---??'
Tlic LATEST Arrival of I
PUJi A: WliMi:K
Are receiving their iimibI assortment of1
Full u ml Win let Guilds which have been
I bought no mutter how ur where, uu.l will
be ?*old lower than wnse*er heard lell of >u
ibis town before. It being ilit- laH purchase i
I of I he piesent Firm. tb? Ciottdsare bound to i
I be closed out, so all that are in search ofj
ch?'nji ami desirable styles of Goods will do j
; v. i-il io examine the riock More p;... hasi i^. ?
: C Mm* ami .-ee u>! No cliar?e lor burning,
vmi pintiy French ami Thibet Alct.noe?.,
i Paruuretths. all-wool Persian Delaines, new I
I style, plaid Dress Goids, all-wool crcond!
I mourning Delaines, AIpaccas.CoburirCloths, i
! Ca.-h meres, Sunta*: Cuffs zephvr Worsted I
i Goods in ifreut variety, Dress Trimmings,
! Bonnet Kibbmis, together with the usual,
I variety kept, such as
I Boots, Shues. Hals, Caps, Bonnets, &c.
and Glassware,
Molasses, Sugars, Coffee, Spiers, i
Paiuls, Oito kshI I5yc
! Ri*d we '.v i,! I r...i fur-ret to mention that our
? e:?s and 'Ji\#i>acco ara worthy of ymir
uviice. Don'l forjjwt iht
Ntio York Cheap Variety Store.
November 12, 1653.
; WE arc now closing up the business of the
, present Hrrn. All "ho have open account* will
I wo hope come at least and examine and sen if.ill
is right, whether you arc ready to pay or not, a*
I' by this mem* you may prevontdifficulties?and 1
we hope those interested will not disregard this,
notice. L'AIIR, SMITH & Co. j
j Morgantown, Nov. 5, IS53. 1
TT^ILL be received by the undersigned, thro'
Ti the Post Oflic* it Fairmont, Va. (post
raid) till the Oth of December, 1853. for the
I building of a House of Public Worship in Fair*,
j ;nont, to consist of a Frame building, 50 ft. long
?nd 36 feet wide?one story of lb feet in the I
I cl*ar.
! i'no contractor will be expected to complete |
the building on or before the 1st day of August, <
1830. Persons will include in their bids the |
foundation and (he inside tinisli, such as Pews, i
Pulpit, Stc. The work to be done in a plain, |
neat and substantial manner. The foundation,,
above ground, may be madu of lirick, except the !
corner*, which will be required to be dono with |
iNoies, plans and specifications can be seen by
calling on the undersigned in Fairmont, after the
30th inst. SAMUEL SMITH,
Building Committee.
Fairmont, November 17, 1853.
At Rules held in the Clerk's Office of the
County Court nl Preston, on the lirijt Mon
day in November, 1S53:
John Coner, )
vs. V IN DEBT.
John T. Cozinn. )
Th? object of this suit is to recover a debt
of 550, due frmn the defendant to the plain*
till'; uml it appearing, liv bfliilarit. that the
! defendant is not u resident of (his Slate, he
is therefore hereby reqniied to appear heie,
within one mooih alter due publication ol
this order, and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interests.
A copy teste: SMITH CRANE, Clk,
G. G'resap, Pin 's. Att'y.
November 17, 1853. 5w
BLANKS for Sale at this Officc.
New Goods?Once More!. i
I have just returned from Philadelphh j
anil Baltimore, and am* prepared to show ?
i ail who may favor me with a call, as eerie
ral and handst'ine an awiOiimesit uf Qouti*;
as I have ever had.
'IV stock has been purchased on *h? most'
favorabie terms, under th-* icr.ei)'. ir-ductuM
of prices ami picturein 'he Kaatcrn money i
| market, i hare, the ubuai vanet) of
S)ltv <^O^.f^O??Kir.S,'
! Hardware X Queens-ware, !
i Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps & Sonnets, 1
&C. &C. &C.
j I am determined to sell at short profit?,'
and to make up any deficiency by Increase |
nil' sales. 1 shall be glad to open account?]
| with all responsible men who are willing to j
I clou their accounts at the end of the year. |
The Bed Post will show you where to}
I find me, always rcadv to give first-rate fciar-;
gains. D. H. CHADWICK. j
October 27, 1903. tf
1*. S.?I hope all indebted to the late firm
of J). //. Chadwick <$r Co. will call and make
settlement without waiting to bn called up- (
on. D. 11. C. j
fiulic *alb:.
Pursuant to 8 decree of tlte Circuit Court j
of Monongalia county, tendered in a case
wherein Levi J. Straight and others were j
Plaintiffs, and Jackson Smith and other!.}
were Defendants, as Commissioner, I will
On Monday the 23th of November next,
to the holiest bidder, a TRACT OF LAND,
lying on the waters of Indian creek, in said
county, containing about 90 acres, being the
same tract conveyed by John Smith, dee'tl
to Jackson Smith and others. Said Sale will
be upon a credit of six and twelve months;
the puichaser giving bond and security bear
ing mtertst from date of gale for the pur
chase money.
October 22. 1853. Commissioner.
ARE now opening their FALL and WINTER,
stock of Goods, which consist in part df? !
I tue following articles, viz: -
Ladies' Dress Goods,
I Ol the latest styles and patterns, such as Pe
I laines, Cashmeres, Persian Cloths, cxshmerc
1 Plaids, Alpaccits, Silks, Ginghams, Calicoes,
fcc..&c. READY-MADE
Shoes and iloots, as cheap as the very cheapest,,
without any puffing.
We invite our old customers and the public I
generally to call on ti*. We will take great plea-1
hu*e in allowing our goods and will do our part!
to nell them. F. A. DEIUNG &Co.
Morgantown, October 3, 1S53.
^j^Russia and Turkey!
A new and seasonable Stock of GOODS, I
just p-i'-ivnl and for c*u!e at low pr.ces, ;uj
mir Olil Stand on the corner of High autfcj
Walnut streets.
Morgantown, Nov. U. 1603.
jAlLL person* who have been accustomed :
lo i!?'t their Krindini: dotie at Rogers' Mill,
and all otheis who are fond ol good flour,!
uro respectfully notified that the subscriber*
has tuken tlie said Mill for a term*ot years,:
hi a cash runt, and thus has tha exclusive |
clinigu ot' the Mill.
With the advantage of'ftuudry improve, j
me?i> uia?i?! in ?.l. 1, toother with strict,
'!?>.! ;<? L?uaiue^a, and a toll-dish just\
riju and riulu >???<?- up, he expects t" coin
pete successfully with his brother Millers,
mid to give general satisfaction.
lie wishes it particularly understood by
Farmers and others, that all who brinir good
wheat may rely upnn having sood flour.
KIT The highest market prict* will bej$iv
en for Wheat. JAMES S. CRAIG.
October 27, 1553. tf
33. New Goods Again!
THE undersigned would respect- j
fully anuounce to their friends and the public
that they have just received,at their
Cheap Grocery,
opposite the Court-houBe, in Morgantown, a new j
and well assorted stock of Groceries,
\iiil such other articles as they liuve been in
the habit of keeping, together with something
additional and ntw, which they offer to aetl ou
the most reasonable terms.
We deem it unnecessary to undertake to enu
merate the groat variety of articles we have on I
hand, but would respectfully iuvite all who wish
anything in our line to give us a call.
Oct. 13, 15)53. It. L. & N. BERKSHIRE.
THE subscriber has just received u Isrjjel
flock of Goods suitable to the present and
approaching reason, among which are
Dry Oouils, Groceries,
Iliii'ilnarc, {jfiiccuiniiit.
Tobacco, Segars, Candies, Fruits, &c.j
Boots, Shoes, Hats 5: lJo.VNETS,
Itiadynuide Cluihing,
mui nil iIih umhiI variety kept in a Village
Store, which will be .old cheap for Caih 01
mprchuiiiuble produce.
CQ" He i-i'lls good Rio Coflee for 121 ?15.
per lb. ami pays market price for W lien I.
il3 els. lur Oam, 40 lor Cntn, and 10 cts for
Bullet. Here'# the place for Baranins!
Granville, Va. Nov. 12, 1653.
lloyd Logan. J. 0. Baker. IF. Can. //. It. Carr /
L4Mi?%iV, CABB A: Co.,
Wholeaale Dealers In ill kiadi ot*
No. 81 Main Street, WHEELING, Vi.
I Austin 10,1S4J. iOJ-U
THi; w really siiiK, m
An excellent Family and Wathwgton
No wxpap tr?Pricc $1.25 a $?wMr
TY7Atf.ACH 4c HOPE, Proprietors tf the
W Washington City ?vtnwg Star, issued thu
fust number of their Weekly Kiar'on the 8th of
September uit. Termsj$l,?o p?-r tingle cony-*
To clubs five copicH for ?5, ten enpiw for
twenty rouico for$ifi cafb ihyarihbl.y in advance*
The V.'r.r-l.'y Fhr will be printed* on * donbld
and wjt* cnr.ta:r. rnorqSjftfotmatjon c^-n*
rernirp wl.it :?:y !.p jjoinp on "in Washington,
..?.an any other ife'u nouspspcrn inline country*?
also interesting niuceiiftkeoua and family iumI*
:r.c, tic. Thu proprietors aim to make it a jour*
nal winch aliail be absolutely nccefci-ryto every
one whodesirea to know what the poveinmonti's
fining or contcmpliu'n; in all Mm branches, it
will be rich, racy and rare, without forfeiting its
character n? a.newnpaper fchieh will be accrpta*
bio in every family circle; * /
The unprecedented suecktvbf their Dally E*
voning .Siat^w?rintf thttu-in laying that iheif
V/efeUy wiir-bc'tlm best* most interesting and
cheapest journal of the kind in'the country.
All orders, postage paid, accompanied by thl
money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions
of a dollar can be sent in poctvge rian.ps. Ad*
Proprietors qf ttu Star, Washington, D.C.
Postmasters throughout the country are Author
ized to act aii sgeutj.
R7"Country Editors giving the above three in
sertions, and calling attention\toiit eoitorially,
will be entitled to twelve months exchange with
the Daily Evening Star. St. Oct. 22.
HAVING associated themselves in the prac* *
tice of'Medicine, r/tpectlully tender thdir'
prufcssional services to the citizens ol'Moigau
tewu and vicinity.
J)r. WILLEV is well known to this commu
nity. Dr. DL'NN in recently from East of the
Mountains, and has been engd^ed in the practice
of Medicine for twenty-five years. li>*. would
respectfully refer (o tho following prufegsional
Samuel P. Smith, M.^^George U. Perry, M. 1)?
rhomas 11 ealey, Ihwghcrty, '* ,
Patrick Healey, 'v^Rcuben Mtoorc, **
iaM. M.,Smith, ? 0 . ?
Robert Daily, ?? .Oldtnuh, Md.
HughTOfcfcuire, Winchester, Va.
Town'send Claytor, )
John Snider, " y Itomney, Va.
Pratt, ? )
Jas. Abernathy, " SprinpfirJd, Va.
^L". F. Moore, " Frank lord, Va.
? Keckley, ? do?
K7" Office in Evans's Buildings, on the
Public Square.
Morgantown, Va. Oct. 22,1853. 219tf , '
1,000 Book Agents Virantcd.
WANTED hi every pfart of the U. Stale* to
-ngHge in the sale of tits Lest assortment uC
published. in ihe j&tjiiiry.
Men of good aflnrrp? having a small cap*
ital of from 823 to SlOO, can d? well by en
gaging jir this busine**, as the inducements
nr* of ilia most liberal eJiaiante.r.
For further'particulars i><fdr<?M, (postage
paid), JlOBEftTSEAItS. Piiblithfr.
181 \VHtiametreci, New Vork.
October 19, 1853.
Farmer's Boiler?, siiip Cabooses,
lias 0veils,
Charcoal and Haul C?al Furnaces,
Oruti Frmiis, &c.
mo\ CASTI.VOS scnorally.
238 \V?u-1- street, Jew i'ork.
Aiinl 30, ISd3. 3i:)U.
Attorney tit Late,
HAS resumed lit- practice of lUeLaw
in ilie counties of Monongalia, Ma
rion iiiui pinsion
H. Dxaisa, Esq., I 1WI4,-,
Wji. WAsxnii.Cash'r. Baoi.J '?*
Tiios. K. llAMctrrop, ) . .... .
Suxauirr k 1C.HIV, } Bali..,on, AM.
Z. Jacobs, ?r,
T..M. Cai.lv, \ ,b*
SxrTii, Mt'MHV &Cr>., ) rhiloitt^Kia
Scxro:r,sr.AL& Swc\at.Nac.v, J Fa,
September, II, 18.52. 161-tf.
And Member of the Modico-Chirurgical Socie
ty of Philadelphia,
July 30, 1853. Sin.
.)OI!.\ T. lillbfi,
THE advertiser has opt*ne?i an . oflifcr
of DiscutlUl an:! Dcpoftit* otul lor
dealytg in Money in ail it* b^ucliet, and w
lie if the curtain of the public.
D?p"si;fi received.
Drafts b.myhi, sold ond co'!cctt?d.
und bauk tun** exchanged.
iind Wdrrttitis l*?n?hi uitd fold.
August 6, 1853. 208"
foreign null Vomcitic
No. 34513uliim?ri'nn.l 5C Goimafl-lireeu
It ALT lilO HE. J
July 15. 180o, 205 3 m. p.
On Momlay latl, on ihe ruaitfeltoen 'he
Utv. A. I'ool'* niidoBock Knliiif, nLivguiini
bucket. thren iroiflntiops mid irini tfcil also
?a fifth-ohiiin with hunk and swivt'l.
An v informal ion reupcciiaj! Ihffl Ivi.'l bo
ihuukfully rei'eiv?ii Uv th* ttiibsciiWfpr ul
Philip Hiirimt'a, atai Hock Vuig?. 1
Nov. 20. 2 GARiiEii.

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