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WATCH, JEWELRY, AND I
-sr-s Tt'ST received Ml aesnrt
VV)I mentor GOLD AND SILVER
fcsrSk WATCHES, coneieting of l.cier
'HiBj Lepine. ami qutrtltr watt hes
fiC Tlfw Al""' '"' 11 "' J F-"' l" l-' .
J7f ''"SHI confuting of Earring,, Brca-t
If "jSC f'"" Flnget Ringe; with
V I jHF moW article, usually Vent Imncli jpl
.JjJkigjjSJe' MihiB( nti Th .lining
Ja ,naSipriinll willflndmany article, in the collection j
Mli.We n their purpose.
On hand ago'd supplv of school and literary booki.
Watches an4 clwkt laretuly repaired on the ehorteii
notice. . .
OM Hirer end rev. taken in exchange for goodi.
Boom one do-r welt or Mr. Troll', More.
Pec. M, 182. t. H. WILLIAMS.
.(f " Botaah, end 8' MSTlSft r.c''T'd IV
OUU end Mr eele hy . FRAS1F.R. I
M. Clelnvllle, nov. 19, 1852. J
. 1 ml
- ed I
For the rapid Cure of
COFGUS, oi. Its. HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ISTMHA, AND
Of 11 the nunicrom medicines extant, (and im f ,
them Tiuahi) lor the evm of pulmonary complaints,
nolhii( has ever been (bund which could compare in
its alftcu with thin Preparation. Other, cure sometime!
Inn at all limn and in all diseases of the lungs and ihroat
where mrdii ine tan cite relief, thin will do it. it 1
pleasant to take, and perfectly safe in accordance with
the dirertion,. We do not advertise for the Inform, f
lion oi those who have tried it hut thorn; Who have not.
Familial that have Known in value will not he without
It, and hy its timely use, they are secure from the dan
'Mkroui consequences of Cough, end Culdl which neg
lect' d. ripen into fatal consumption.
1 he Diploma or the .Massarhiuclt, Institute wan a
warded to tin. (.reparation hy Hie lliianl or Judges in
September 147; alio, the Medals of the three great III
tilule. ul Art, In thla country; also the Diploma or the
Ohio Institute at Cincinnati, ha been given to the 'her
at Paiieau.. hy their (Jovernnient in consideration
of Its extraordinary excellence and usefulness in curiiiw
atTeclioni of the Lung anil Throat.
Read the following opinion fbunoeo on the long ex
Elf ion at of the eminent Physician ol I ho Port Mr! Olt of
if. J. I'. Ayer, St. Joiiks, May H, ISM.
Five year trial of your CHEERY PECTORAL in
my uraetic", hoi proven what I foresaw from it com
position, must l.e true, that it eradicates and cures the
toldi and gOOf In to which nc, in Mil Motion, arc pe
culiarly lialde. ... , ,i
I think its eitual has not yet heen disrnvnrcil. nor do I
know how ahetler remedy con ho made lor the distempers
of the Throat and Lunga. J. J. BURTON, M. D..I'. It. S.
See what it liasilune on a waited constitution, nut
onlv Hi the following cases, hut a thousand inure:
Si urn in . Jan. Mth, 186).
Dr. Aver: luthe month of July last I was ItUCfcOl) hy
o violent diarrletia in the mines of California. I returned
to Bon Francisco In hone of receiving benefit from a
chaise or climate and diet. My diarrhoea ceased, hut
waa Mowed hy a severe rnugli ami much soreness. I
finally tart d for home, hut rot elved no bonefil from the
voyage. My eongli oontlUtied to grow worse, and
when I armed hi New Vork.l was at Oil CO marked hy
niy acquaintances as a victom ol consumption. I must
ennfesathat I saw un sufficient reason lodouht what my
friends all believed. At this time I commenced takinu
your truly Invaluahle UtOdlelne with little expectat
of deriving any l enelll Iroin its use. You would not
receive Iboeoltliei did I not reiiard It my duly to slate to
the afflicted, through you, that my health, in the ipace
of eight months, is fllllv restored. I attribute it to the
uieut tour CHERRY PECTORAL.
1 Youri truly, WILLIAM W. SMITH,
Waniiino'Ion, P., April 18, IH4H.
Dear sir: Feeling lhal I have I u spared from a pre
mature irave. Ihroughyouf inslriiineiitalily hy the iirov
idence oi Ood, I win take Ibe liberty to ggprtH lo you
A Cough and the alaruiing symptoms ol I onsuinplion
had reduced me too low lo leave me anything like hope,
when my physician hruuglit me a bottle "I your "I'm
inn. i It seemed ti allord I leiiiotn roller, and now
Inafew we. ks time has restored me lu sound health. II
It Will d.i lor others what it hus done lor me, you are
certainly one oi the henelaclori ol mankind.
Sincerely wishing you everv hlessiiiK, I am
Very respectrully ourl,
JOHN J. CLARKE, Rector Ol HI. Peter's Church.
With such assurance and rrom such men, no stronger
proor can be adduced UllbMO It lie rOm lt ollecls upon
f-rcpBrt'tl nud Htiltl by JAJIKH AYI'.U,
Hept. 10, VW.j PgaOTtCal CaUlaturT, Lowell, Masl.
FKAHIF.tt A COLLINS, St.Olalrevllle,
II. ALEXANDER, J
WM. iiarf., Barneavllli,
MOHF.H P. MILES "ON, Hnmcrlon,
And hy Dealers ill .Mcdicinci everywhere.
Kept. 10, HS3.
T II E IH ILL ION !
J3f nnii Cheapat School Book i ever Publithed
READING AND BPBLLING,
Mcniri'Fl'Y'J BCLECTIC PBIMMEE, for liltla chll
MeflUrrBY'B BOIsiOTIO BPKLLINO BOOK to
nrim m and Oontnon si hools.
ll!tiril''H KCLH'TIC I'lllHT READER I lossoni
in reading and Ifielllni lor the N on ngcr pupils.
IdcOI'FFKV'H F.CI.F.CTIC SECOND READBRi lei
sons in reading and spelling lor younSPUplti.
Mclil'I'KKV'M F.CI.KC I'li: THIRD HEADER, lor mid
die classes; chaste and instructive lissom In prosi
M7rr''r'r'H ECLECTIC FOURTH READER, r
more advanced classes; decani extracts in pr am
let$7rRY'S BCLECTIC FlF'l'll BBADBRj (Rhe
lorical OuldO,) a rltetorll al reading hook loi the highes
THEUBM A V'H READER, ror Kemale Heinmanes
elegant eltrai l" in prose and poetry.
TIM almve Spelling and Heading Hooks have lew equals
and Meuperlors; which li evinced hy the feci lhatli
school, where lllO) weie. lor a lime, SUPireOdOd hy till
lioveltvol oilier Looks, McOufley'l have heen rc ,irf..;.rcd
lo It e en Ittlion ol all others, experience liavlng provei
their greater prartiral utility in the school ro ; am
in view of ilia large amount Ol matter they . OIlUtH, an.
Ihnlow pri.es al which the) are sold, they are vol)
much CragapOf than other snnilar worki.
PINNKO'A PRIMARY QRAMMAR, on Ibe analylli
nnllio.l. a complete work lor hegmneis in the study
PI N F.i IB ANALYTICAL CRAMMARi a full am
complete treatise, lor academies and schools.
PINNEO'K BNOLI8H TBACIIBB, IB which taugln
the itrSCtUro ul senl. ii. es I.) unttl) sis si,, I s,n thesis;
an adiiiiralde work on the analysis of English lonMnaoa
Proteeeoi Pinneo'a new works are qui, 1 1 ss ui.ok.
en the euldect ol English (irammar. This studv, usuall)
Ory uniiilerestnig, and irkseme la learners, is rendmei
in these volumes attractive and iiileresling. They an
elrlkimly atmple, progressive and thorough in their plai
and arrangement, ami enal.le pupil" M hen i UOOI
graiomariam . Tbej are the CBSePM worki ol III.
k I'n' pldlsll. d.
BAv"E ARITHMETIC, PAH'P F1RBT, simple leieoiii
ggf ihi- utile learneri.
BAVH ARITHMETIC, PARI' HECOND; a OOWphMl
i... i ...... i in Menial Arltavmetlc, k InwetlMang auai
Siv's ABITHMBTIO, P ART THIRD; for school,
end academics, a lull and complete treatise on the g
ducllve Hid analytic met Hod I of llisliin lion.
Nuineroua skilllul inslruilois reanl the Arithmetic!
of Profeseoi Hay as the moot simple, progressive, n.i lho
dical and thoinuth class hirnks on the suljei level iillur
to American uai lu rs; and they are at least rwaNTI i i i
rlMT cHlsria than other Al iliimellcsol like sue, and ul
on eiioal amount of mallei. Tlieseviiluii.es are.ilu- ie
ault ol ras. in sc uraateen IntotchiM, and the) an
prouared in compliance with Hie solicitation ul many
tVieodeuf education, wlm were rogiiiraul or Hie marker
eucceei ol then Author as an iMWtttW,
AY'S jgLCEHR, PHT FIRHT, lor common ai hnoli
and academies; a simple, piogresiivn, and thorough el
SJV'rt ,ll.(.l.lin 1 PRT SECOND; l"t advai I lie
Unas mi academies and lor colleges; a progressive, lu
eld and comprehensive work.
ATbe great excellence ol Ray's trlttnnrlecs wartant
ed tua eapeclalioii, that at. Igehra hy Hie same aiithoi
WiUld III in Hoproveiueiil on all similar treatises Hay'i
ibgebre has the approbation ol the must Judicious educe
ton, fcisd la eupercedlng all othera in many ul the hes
acnoola to llie I'uited Htalea.
sfcasg pAk I' J Artikmtiifttt Caeeee.ae ei
Ikl jtltfsicao ,J u cvijiti tes. is il c, uad is suU ssa
Jli of th' oregoial nooks have been complied etpreea
y lor Ilia Eclectic Kducalional Hones. Their fulltori
ere practical Teachers men of acknowledged ehillty em
learning who beve long been uleiitilled w ith, ami liavi
constantly lalsireii for the arleaiireineiit of tno e.iucatlona
iotarests of the Weat. The eeverel hooka eiulireced u
tins Seriee ere admitted, tsecauae of their miuii , the ex
sssllent style ..l ih- i. nieiiutaclure, and the quantity o
matter contained in llieoi, to he the , msrasT close book:
Mldiehed in the L'niiul SUtes. Published l.y
W. B. SMITH d. CO.,
NO IS Main Sliest I .... musM
WjThc alaive Series ol Hooks has been adopted by tin
Seliiiout Oouutv Teacher's sauclation ei tin Tev
hooas for tkeaHlioolsolHie County. Testimonials iaas
OMeeste Ultglst be olfered, but il li confiiluully believe
Ihot an iBUMftial eiaiiuiiatiou of the elaiva Looks is a
that ie gergagor) to iiimre llieir general Introdiu lion
Foi sale at the Huok Storei of S. (iaiisisoia end I. II
WtlueNfsSUd '" '' " "ade gonalally
-T- - ' -!
D. D. T. COWEN,
NOTARY PUBLIC, A
TR. J. ALEXiANDER, E
removed to the Seminary property St. CUirwIH '
djoiiilng the residence of Judge Cowan.
S OFFICE hai alio been removed to the lame nello-
Attornev A Counaellor at l.ntv, R,
and Bollcltorln Chniicery, one
St. Clairsville, Ohio. Snd
IOENT, for the UNITED P. M. INSURANCE CO. '
EMPIBF. STATE HEALTH ASSOCIATION. Ill i -U
Companv all kind! or property, (real personal, and
stock ) w'lllbe inenred, on reasonahletermi, upon the
ual or Caih plan. It. case or loaa of properly Inaur
v thla Company, the amount thereof referred to ar-1
ation at the option or the Insured. No law suiti need ,gj
raortedlohv the iniurod to collect pollclea. Wt
OFFICE up italraover Frazier Jt Collln'a Drug pj
VrHf! is ncent nlso for tlie OHIO LIFE ffl
SlIRANCE COMPANY, in whicircaliforniaat home ''
taw III ba taken at fait tdu. (Jan.aoth, lwa trp ge
JAfflEB WEin, I M
TTOUNKY h COUNfK.T.IiKR AT LAW,
And Solicitor in Chancery.
Ifflce third door eoilof the Court Houie.
frtguatn'M. , I
PETIiB TALLMAN, L
iTTORNF.Y & COUNSKI.LOR AT LAW, 6
And Soliciior in Chancery. t
ORice tliird door enst ol the Court liouae.
"mcCONAHEY dk IIANCK
VHOLE8ALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS, ,
!tU DEALERS IB PAINTS OILS DYE STUFFS &C. j
Bridgeport July 2, 1852.
IEATLY ASD EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT
THE CHRONICLE OFFICE.
SUMMf)NK, SUijI'OKN AS, VANDIS.AND
Cnii'lully yrcportn) and itcntly printed, Tor sole at
the Chroniiila ornes I
PHILADELPHIA PROMCE MARKET.
CALHOUN A COWTON,
Pioduec Coinmission Merchants,
FOR THE SALE OF
Flour, Bacon, Lard, Clover Seed, &c.
Broad Hireet, Ea.taide, hclween JJJJJJj.
no, hualMMbtlst conniu-d gitt.onvgtt togatsj on
,,, "n.hliMU.l" render -att-factory a, prompt
r"!Vu""vv.rei,o,e I,.- a track running Into It,
diiccbi; Fenn. Hail Road fc and I'linii. anal reieive (in
ear h ad' ItV) O Drayage and extra handling. VVa shall
connect also will. HaltOnore 6r Ohio Rtll Road when
I completed lo wheeling.
nicn.l. ve0g nana on OoHetOHSBSTi.
( Putlenlal altenllon Mid W tlm cty trade, and VVget'
eru i'roduce rcspccllully solicited.
jam f.h H. FORSYTH.f wheeling
JAMES H. DA Kelt, i , '
HAKEH at FORSYTH, Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia, Eapt, M, icsa.
T. & J. OSHOHNI:
HAVE lust received a fresh supply or Orneerlea, to
gether With a lot of Hardware, roiisieting or Aioa.
ManOW DraM Narrow cV BfOad Butt Hinges t.uphoard
drawer t U lock., With Hr.-s Hull. Auger". Bed -r rews.
t latches, wardrobe pin-, -crews
A sizes Slioc t run Nails of all Numbers, ppiKts,
Wii. gTing, I'e iclna end lathing Nail-, either by the keg
5j"u"' the pound, all ol whicli wc alluw to loll al the lu
St. Clairiville, Sept. 17, 1H5'J.
I s-JAAI.HH RED LEADJult received l'J fciorwlllcl
lt&"tVltit. ratftAWPWE Dm, Store.
WVJSm f'l'OI,U-rU,"IOi, OSBORNE'S.
vH NDY - -Madeira wine, (in re J nice grape all warrante,
B pure, Just rec'dal (Hepti!7.) Ai.galuK a.
BEES thoie busy liltle IngOGtg hOW unceasingly they
toll, Hung Iroin flower to fiOWOf seeinini
to gam I nl little, and we are often surprised how Hi.
Iillle lauiily -low their hive- for the dreaiy tvllllet. flu
II you uld go lo Wheeling Just atop into the Bei-M
irerl NO l'4, Main St., and you will ho astonished hOV
STONE THO.MAH can gel a living, whan you jm
the stacks ol Print-, Check-, Muslim, llo-iery, Ac,
they are selling at a lip a yard. Oct. 1, IW
a nkw ARRIVAL or ;oon.
mHOS. ti Ja. Osborne have Just purchased a larg
' I well selected slock of Orocene-, Uiieen-wan
Hardware, UhUewafO, all ol which they will Nil 01
' reasonable tonus. They are now prepared to lake in al
1 Indaol t'ouuli y Prndiice and llals, Com Moal, Houi
Haron. Lard, flutter, Hag-, old Iron, all ol which w
will pay till Inglic-l plicae lor.
', Timothy Needs
A lot of New Timothy Seed at
r (K, ,rW, T. L CHIBOSNE.
MflliiiK oil' at Cost!
Rich and eipenalve ellki and satim, ol lha nawai
pattema and design-, elegant capes, Hi rlha'- am
leevee, Mouillna Do Lalnaa, worth ".ic. at U and wi.
, The luheorlher li going to uuit, Ihereforo, can one
i goods cheaper than any llOUBC In the city,
i Coma and mo Judge mr ymtreelvaa.
Oct. i, USB. Tilt JOHNETON, Jr., 11 Mws at,
! Rich Drttt Ooodt,
1 fll i(t fW Black Silks from :i" I t" 3 per yard
LvUU 100 lie. Fancy, Brocha it plain llrnsa Silks
l ruin III its. to tl a y'd.
tin i e it i h Da Lalnaa, Merlnoi, Do flago, Thibet rioth
i "TOeW' MM"nHiv.
! ' .) C. HARBOUR,
WkolcMla itnti Brtull DmUbi in
i CARPET, LOOKING (J LASS,
! AMD UPHOLSTERY WARS,
.Vo. 143, (Vain Street, WUeetiny, Va.
KEEPS i ouaianlly "ii liaud a very largo ami enten
site assort I or TAIT.HTHY, INCRAIN ami
VENETIAN CARI'ETINtiM, Ruga, Mats, Oil Cloths
1 Table anil I'lauuCovers, ore. die. A I. SO Hill. and Ma
hogauy framed Looking Olaarag, Portrait and Picttlli
1 Frames, ol every description, on hand and made to or
dor. Venetian and Hlal Wiuduw Blinds, Trauiparent
Window Hliadea and Paper lugellter with Cpholstery
1 Ware; such as HEDH, M ATTi AHHF.H, I'li.l.llWH
ttl'll.TS. COUNTBRPANBE, CUSHIONS, e, Also
Curtain Ooo4Sf In great variety; Allude. Trimmings
1 Curds, Tassels, aud ecoualai.t supply of Huiilh dr Strat
Inn's celebrated Furniture end Coach Varnish, ior sale
at lectin y price.
All or which will he aobl et the very lowest pi ice
and wai ranted tu give satlslaclioll,
Oct. I, Wilt.
TODD &, DEVOL,
AT TH! WBLt KNOWN STAND,
, Uf of the Black Mammoth Bitot, South Em
of Marht Square,
ARK ui IptatMl ) MMVAlly Urgfl tork ol Tall
.in. l W ititer ItiHttH, Hhttei, llu ami Vmmt nH riled
w alt i; leu; i arr, atut uiauutarturritl al Un- vtuy tiem work
lbbll ol rinlAtlol.ilua ft"tl Nuw Knglantl, rirpHty foi
HI WtinlrHale ami Kelail tradk- To tur rttRiilar cutu
. nil-IE, ami all OlMN VU0 may Uvor its with a call, wi
ran otVer you lomU wliirti guaranlrtn rtitial in qtialit)
, f MAltVltl WOffkmuSlllpj t 1Muu mauuUciurm:
in Hi in ur any iari ol tlt llmtcti Htalvi.
WlitM-lini, (Hi. 1, IHW. TO0D A ORVOL.
By w I in I Inirakn CariteU, an auction lot. Tttri
t Urn, , r-trii ii Hoiup tin., vrry clwaii; a imhX
1 aortmant of Ufttf do. Al HTONIC k, lilt M AH
j Oct, i, n$i.
1 I fAROWAHK, Uumniwarc, lluwarc, Tahiti Hall-
1 war. llardwRre, UltMwaic, anil fuw mit of tine Ta
1 rtall. T. A- J. UHUOHNK.
Ml. fltlriTtit. JulyiO, lraa
STOCKHOLDERS lo Relmnnl County, who have madi
pavmiuta upon Stock Subacrlptioni In the Centra
I Ohio Rail Hoed, to Mr. J. II. Wright, Dep. Treasurer
will receive the otilari due thereon, from Jee. D. Wright
I. un and eltei the Aral of January, 1H3.
W. UALAHHER, Treat.
ZeneeHlle.Dee. ill, WW
House and Lot A 10
FOR SALE. p
'HHE subscriber will nil the house end
ZatV I hall lot occupied by her In Hie Town ol ,
eTBJt HT CLAIRSVILLE, on the north ilde ol I
IJHBth" National Road, between the houiei ol fjl
.yPJlJiiilirr- Ciiwen and C. U. Carroll, am
, at a ralr price and on easy terms. Ml
c. 17, I8i. ALT18SA HUTCHINSON. II
lSIIIONABLE tailoring M
E. IIEATIIEKINUTON I
ISPECTFULLV Inrormilhecititenior St. Clairiville
nd vicinity, that he hae opened a ihop In the room
door eaii or R. E. Crotheri' itore, immediately op
to the Waihington Hall. Where he hopei by neat mil
itbitantlal workmanihip, and reaionalde chargei, to
it and receive a liberal aharn of public patronage bus
TTINO done on the iborteit notice. reel
ec. 21, 1840, tr.
A NEW AHHIVAL OP TEAS.
rn J. OSBORNE, corner o'r Main Jc Ma
Bi A s rielta street!, St. Cleiraville have Just ie-
' eived a superior quality ol teas, fiinn the most j
ssBweiperieiited and enopsive tea merchanll in the
jt of Philadelphia. Imperial, (Inn Powder, Young '
ion and lllsck Teai, all or which they will aell at rea- V"
neble prices, and invite their cuatnmere and the public '"'
June 4, 1 ME ,,
Let Nature copy that which Nature
WM. M. PARIS
Whohaa been long engaged a? operator in that deier
Bdlv popular Gallery known a- the "MLLODEON,
Inrinnatl, haatakan and lined op fur Daguerrean pur
osca tho homo ISO, Main strecl adjoining the "Monroe
louse " wlierehe would respeclliillyinvlte tho-n persona
jhoare disposed to call lo llieir aid, this beautiful art,
li filing indellihlv Hie liniment- where "beauty liugare
ml also coll the attention ol clttiena and strangers to hla r,
lewand baaotiral itylc, "CRJiroSf PURTRJIUS," J
vhich, lor the llrat time il now oirered in this place. n
When rolled upon, he will he ready to make the various e,
;inda of piclurca out ol hi i eooras. Thoee wialnng to (
uaiter thii art, may have nil neceasary inatructtona and
e furni-hed Willi complete apperatusanil malonala. Hla
irrnngenienta arc inch that he ran rurnish every article y
ised in the business, aa low as the neaT articles will al- f
ow. Hv a deaire lo pleaso lie hopes to merit and lecure
i ihare of patronage.
OT-Rooms up Bttiirs. 0
Wheeling, Nov. 12. 112. j
NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE
IN ST. CIsAIMVILLB. ,
JarHBMbNtlterrNii.ein.illHform. the public,
I that he lia-opened, in the new house, oppo- ,
BltO th. American House, a Si LLND1D ASSOUT
Id. .its nud Hhoca,
Embracing every variety and -i.e, for Ladiea, Oentlc
men and children, which will l-i gold on Die most rea
sonable tern.-. Having secured the ecrvirea of Mr.
ENOCH M ETC A I.F, an experienced workman, h. '
prepared lo 00 CUSTOM WORK Willi nealne-a and
MATMK AND FINDINGS alwaya on hand for
sale at Wheeling price.
On the opposite aide of the street he lies a firit ralo
I aMortnsmt ol
Bmbraelng Old Java, Rio and l.aguira C0,
Teas, and every variety cf iice, and other ar rWlujfl
tides u-iially kept In such e-labli-liiiienl-, whir IdfcXfB
will be aold low WHOLESALB or RETAIL, llcHd
WAR!!!'.!! WAR!!!!!!! WAR!!!!!!!!
Chairs at Wheeling Prices!!
On Main -t., 3 door- ea-t or Marietta in., Sr. CLAIM'
VILLI'., )., in the room formerly occupied aa the (ia.cllc
and Citizen Oilice.
IB EC leave lo tender my aincere thanks to my nu
meroua friend- for the very lilieral palranage they
have haratoforo be-lovved, and inform them that I have
a large and lashlonable aloek or work on hand, and am
constantly manufacturing every style of Cane and Wood
HeaiCliaire Among which will be found, French, Vi
enna, Cane-Seat, Upright Fret, llani-ter flack, Cottage,
Common, Boston, Half llo-ton and Common Arm Chair-,
Nur-iiig. Sewing, Children's Table, Hocking and Top
Chairs. Settees, Sociables, 'nunler Sloole, elc.
I will lake plea-ore In allowing my work to all who
may favor me with a visit, and attend promptly lo all order-.
JPrl S. old Work repaired and repainted in a very
neat manner, and at Hi. very lOWelt rates. All work
warranted, a- none hut good workmen are employed.
UnT l-OCOCK'8 PULMONIC WAFERS.
THE OR'' T
MEDICAL I JC0VERY
OF TI 1 AGE.
yr th rurr vf Ce'r, Cgh, Jtrhmrt, Hroilrfli'is,
0anMS"ea, aad all agcrliuna f the CAiil end .ieer.
! These Wafari oparatallkoaeharm producing almoil
, InsisNTAnkih - rollOf, Ttl.y allay at once, Hie tickling
and irritation in the ihroat, which give rise hi hacking
ami cousliing, and finally re-ult, it not arrested, in a
. dlaoaaanl ratal type,
For nrouchiti-, o fearhilly prevalent in tin- climate,
' these Waler- aland perfectly unrivalled. Nn Public
Speaker should attempt to address an audience without
aaupplym LOOOOK'l WAI'l'.HH in hla pocket. Tliey
lubricate the thrual and facilitate delivery lo a ino-l a
e lunisliilig degree. Proleasiunal -iugeri, and ull llieinher-
, of ChUrCll Cholrl will experience I eu-e beliell) rrom
i their magic, effect-. All whOUM them cheerfully testily
I to their wonderful efficacy. There i- but one opinion Of
, their malclile-a virtues, in all complaint i lor which they
I are recommended, One bog Will -alialy yon that we
cannot speak too highly ill llieir favor,
WILLIAM HOWELL, ol Rochester, formerly ol
England, was cured or an aggravated Hore Throat and
Constriction Of the Cheat by LOCOCK'i WAFERS,
before he came to thla country, and ha- alwaya u-ed
them linen in similar affbCtlOM with lrluiiiphani;suc-
ifta, R. F. VAUHN, and daughter, of Rocheater,
were cured of aevcre coughs by UOCOCK'S Pulmonic
1 Wafer-. In ri. V.'l caae toot or live Wafcri eil'ected
' a narlaot euro.
V w. sarin, m. D.i or Rocheater. recommend.
' these Wafer- to all allln led with disease of the Cheat or
Pulmonary Organ-. Entertaining tho prejudice againat
"Patent Mcdidnes," so common among hia profess ion,
he yel fell It hi- duty, alter experiencing in Ins nwn per
son, llieir wonderful ouratlva powerg, io bear i ibllolea
llmiiny to llieir merit-.
Rev OWEN THOMAS, ol Holy Head, wa restored
to In- natural voire by I.Ot'OCK'S Waleis after il had
been impaired lor Tllliuv viva gBAMi Ho la euthusias.
' tic in praise of h. Waters, aud adviaei all preacheri
and singers tu use them.
' Hon. SAMUEL RICHARDSON, late Mayor of Roch
ester N. V.; Dr. James McCarthy, Of Medical Hall,
Dublin S. Pear-all, Vicar, Lltehfleld Cathedral; E.
I'renlnn, Coal Merchant, of Hull, England; ami thou,
sand-ol other-have volunteered their testimony ill fa
vor of Dr. I.OCOl'K'H great discovery. A single trlel
will convince the moat iceptioel that nu medicine am
proachea till- in the absolute riintrul it exerla over all
that fatal da of di-ease-wiiich we have enumerated.
BBWARRI Tit. rapid -ale of Dr. LOCOCK'S Wa
fers couaequent upon their world wide reputali ha-
lautDtad iii .ml. ' speculators In the lile ami liealth o(
mankind, to palm oil' upon the unsuspecting a worth-
Ie lotion of Dr. I.OCOl'K'H Wafers. Be euro that
you ask lor Dr. I.OCOCK'S Wafers, and see mat the
name or E. TA VI. OR, the Proprietor he written on the
top ol each boi. JtT'Noiie other can bo genuine.
II. ALEXANDER, 81. Clairiville,
FRAHIF.R ac COLLINS. do
R. Miller. llrulgeKrt.
Turner J MeOelre, Martina Kerry.
Haines or Jeller-, Ea-t Richland.
O. W. Updike, l.oydsville.
J. J. Will-on, Centrevllle.
il. r. Clark. Morrislown.
J. W. Warllehl, I'airview.
L. M. Ilollnway, Kin-lung.
TidballA Murphy, lleiuliy-hurgh.
II. . Molt, llarne-villo.
Wm. Hare, do
Oct. 22, IH52.-3in.
lOO P All of Womeni Morocco llnoti.
42U " '' kip '
120 " " Hrand "
Oct. , UN, Tt'DD Or DIVOL,
Tl II - Hl-OKIkHS.
fjuOA PAIR n. en's thick Urogam.
)UU M0" " kip "
ISW" " calf "
I Just received,
Oct. I, IH5ti. TODD cV DEVOL.
PAIR nien'i kip Rooti,
Oil mi " double upper and double sole kip Boots,
Juat received at the south end of Market -ipiare.
Oct. 1, IHJ2. TODD a DEVOL.
l'liyaloloity lor kvhooUniitl fniullles.
(?uller'a Phyalology, large and amall, Willi the plates,
mounted and paper. Also, (Irveuleaf '- arithmetic!. I
have formed an agency lor. Ibis Co. for iheae important
worka, and can give litem to tho trade, shoola end rimi
eslion lavorable terma. Scliool liooka generally on hand.
Cct.atl. J. II. WILLIAMS.
WHITE LEAD, OIL eVC.
! t rift KegiClncinnall Pure While Lead.
1UU 3 Bhli LioaeedOil.
i tugal. Parlor White, Juit received and ror eale at lowaet
' ejlakjerlciw nov. 10. If. T. KBASIBR.
f I IsASB LANTERNS for laleel
U fdee. S, INf.) 0IIINI'I.
t of Pnleiit Centre Iron Plows,
'F.NT Hlll-alde, do. revolvers, flour and Indian
eal tine lievei, II use Halters, and Well ropes, at
T. at J. OSBORNE'S.
MAR BiriOTRDrT m
I TV TONUM EN'TS, Tonibi. and Orave HillH by
i Irlstonei in all their varieties, at their fflWrflit to I
J! Shop oppoiite the Qar.ette end Citlaen llSiljlll V
nil office. All ordere promptly attended to. (RlMl
EVANS at BRO JSujil
S St. Clairiville, May 7. IMS. jP"T
New Tin, Sheet Iron and Stove
IE itthHtibtr respectfully informi his friendi and tht
public KPnerAlly, thnt he hM commenced the above
iue, one door cast of Cray, Junk ins oi Co., and dt
ly opposite llelloi HarAin't, in
Belmont County, Ohio. "
J ' a
lere may be round a COMrLETE amortment of k
iTOVES, U HATES, TIN WARE, AC.
Wnong the Stoves may be found the if.tua Air-tiftht n
sking Stove, for either Wood or Goal, warranted to i" i v
in well; aUo, the Hartley, Knterpriiie, and a srrat va- j
ty of BfttlOOII, Halaniander, Parlor and Franklin Stoves, (
of which hi: will sell on as s;ood,or a liltle better 9
nu than can lie had in th city of Wheeling, either at H
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
For Cash or Counlry Produce. 1
I 'N' 11. (lood Old Iron will ba taken in eichange 1
' good-. JAMKS C. FRY. I
Bridgeport, Ohio, Nov. 20, 1832. 1
(Late Whcatfiald Hotel.)
Corner or Raltioiore and Howard Street.
nlllH Hotel has lately heen enlarged and improved in
L every department rendering it decidedly one or the
iost romrortable llotela in the city, end the proprietor
rer aniioua and ready to acrommodate, pledgee him-ell
i spare no pain- lo render every one comrortable that
lay lavor him with a call. To the patron- or the old
on-e he return- iii- sincere aeknuwledirriuenti lor their
ery liberal patronage, soliciting a continuance or their
ivora, and or the traveling publir. generally.
Baltimore, July 0, IMS.--Ami. .
nii Hoxci of Superior I'aate Blacking, 3.cts per doe,
IHJU For sale by 11. T. FRASIER.
1IM) Kega Cincinnati Pure White 'Lead Just Received
orialoby. McUONAIIEV da HANOI.
Inst Ilcc'd for Snle
10 bills LIMOJI Oil,
3 " Nob. I.ard Oil, I
S 11 Pure Uaator Oil,
is 11 Sp';.. Torpantioe,
1 Case Prune Nutiiinga,
1 " luaneta Indigo,
1 M Imadroi,
I bhl I'ure gra (linger,
I ii ii ii Mustard,
McCONAHEY & IIANCE.
Bridgeport July 9 1P.VJ.
W. R. RITTti
BOOT A SHOE 'I VH Vit
1TAS removed liin shop, to tho room formerly OcCtt
A pied by David M. Dnvies Krii.toue door went of H.
Klltli'l Store, tin Main Street, where he is at nil times
prepared to wait on his customer I to any thing in his line,
april 10, l6W.tf.
plSIIl FISH !NewMackra1 and Salmon, at
r (JttlySs) ' OSBOENE'I
Schlesinger's EKatent 4(iutta lercha Co.it-
' I ' H I subsrriber tl ugent for these pens. This coating
X resist Aima Furtis, and prevents oxidising in tin
ink. Hold by gross or doz. The Trade and Teacher;
supplied on liberal terms. J. li. WILLIAMS.
Sept. 17. 18U.
HROCHB, Thibet, Hl'k ami rancy Milk, Crape, Pnln
Oaehntere, and Long and Square Hhawi-, guaran
lied to he Hie l est -elected and rlieaie-t in the city, ti
he Iband al the Cheap r-imi . sign of
Oct I, IMS. QOLDBN BKB-HIVB.
RICH plain ami Watered Silk Manlillaa, Rich Vel
vet-, all colore, Illiie Hilk and Satin, lo
Mantilla-, with Inngei, lace and trimming-lo match, a
Oct. i, (flat, TONS di tiiomas.
riinPstiiB t piini'Aniii
rito be aatonlibed atthogreat dlllbrenoe the cash -yi
I I. in make- in the Price or Hood-.
I am now nooning the largest atork or Dry Hoods eve
ollered al retail in this city, and a- 1 propone selling l)iei
ENTI RF.L Y FOR CASH
I am determined to nirer them at IIIOII prices that ever
l.utly will he convinced il is tu llieir interest lo buy lb
ProKratniiiP, in part:
Fine Rich He l.aiue-, at IS.
I.inen Canbrlfl llaudkerrhiers, at 0.
Vard Wide elegant I'hinu, at IS.
Hood Slack Alnarcas, at IS.
Hood Jean- ami Hatinelts, a- low a- 12.
HeslFip Bleached Muslin- in town.
Fme-t kind oi Red Flannels, 9.1.
Also The must elegant and expensive Silks, Satie
and Brocade., French Cashmeres, ) I, aiues, Kinbioii
erie-, Hloves, Hosiery, Ac, die, all at much less prici
lhan under the old ayateui, J. H. BHOOBS,
Qoaborn Uuiidiugs, No. i.iu, Main treat
P. S. Hoods sent to any parlor the city Ireeorchargi
and Sloru open until II u'clnck at niglit.
What a ftp will Jo.
1 T will buy tltii billowing, il hrougtit lo thedoideii Bei
X llivo Hlore:
'.mm y'd. Hood Hhitv. chai k.
3uoU " Fine Sea lalaudlu-lin, tho belt yoo evi
aaw at the price,
'.'mill " M'adiler alyled prints,
limn " Crash.
50 " W Ilite Cot. Hose.
90 ' Kmhroiilcred fit painted Cambric ll'ilkTa.
A nil Iota ol other goods, at a dp a y'd or piece,
Oct. I, IMS. STONK dt THOMAS.
8 CASKS or lateat etyle, Bonneta, Braid and Silk, i
asloiii-hiugly low prices. Hihtion, 'j rimming
Flowers, Chip, Shape, Wire, Heed, llnunet Hilks, Ve
vet-, Ac. Just Rec'd al STONK r TIIOMAS.
Oct. 1, IMS.
AAA P AIR ol boy's thick Hums.
Zl) 191 kip
to" " cair "
Oct. 1, IBM, TODD DIVOL,
I in PAIR men's thick Uooti.
IZI 00 " geuta "
Oat. l, IMS. TODD & DSVOIs,
Altvuy In udvuifcct
OCR Palm l.i ai Shaw li were all sold laat year, hi
we have another - un ess) ear hert ytt come eti
eetheiu. iCKl.l.) TitisMMINrtTON, Jr., lew Main. I.
lilbbons. Hlbbons, Otc.
A FEW piecei ol Rihhoni whlcii are the rage hei
now, are on hand yet halt pricu. Clnue-e-rarr
and lots oi other nice tilings, cheap tur cash call at
Oct. I, IBM, JOHNSTON'S, I0S Main at.
RlllllON atriped limeade, aud twisted ailk Crem
dine-at less than New York pricea. Light ml. .
Qlaee -tiki always worn, on sate; cheaper than you ca
buy them elaewhbere soiling oil' loquii call at
Oat. I, 18SS. JOHNSTONS.'
Itl'lisx Miaii- ltods.
" DO'.. Brass Stair Rodi, a tint rale article, Jm
iO leceived, llioae in waut oS a cheap and good a
title will pleaae call.
OCI, I, IMS. J. C IIARDOl'R, H3 Main it.
t.olMK tO UUIH
IJLACK, Hreen, Choco, Maroon, Mode and Chen
I French Merinos; at leu pricei than they can I
bought Eai llila aeaion come aud iee them.
Oct. 1, 1819. TH! JOHNSTON, Jr., I0S Main it.
SHAWLS, Cobourgb elotha, Taglionl'i and Melropi
liten'e, aud other worsted gooda, at your own price
They're cheap, and II you don't believe H, come an
look at them. TH: JOHNSTON, Jr., log Mam el.
Oct. 1,1BM. '
One Yenr In udvance!
"1LOAKS, with and without buoda, bought al "Hn
V pins" Cloak Dmiwriui, Broadway, New York, Hi
lateitstyleial ton. I. IMS.i JOHNSTON'S.
Vuble nud Piano Cover.
rs"r received a large itock of French Emlm-ac
Cloth tlovere, ol diit'erent elaee end colon, some i
eupenor ooallly, which will bo eold low by
Oct. 1, IBM. J. 0, II A .tut il It, 113 Main al.
Triiufciearent a Window Shades
ANEW and kgHlIM nock or Wiudow Shailee, Ju
received and (or tale, very low by
Oct. 1, 1IM. J. t. HABBOVB. 143 Main it.
I frf PIECES-Persone wanting Well Paper, "O1
),'HIU will pleaae beer it In mind that the euh- I ,
hen have Juit received a itoek ot tine and common
II Paiiers, Bordering and Firescreens, not itirpamed -tny
in Hie city. In quality and varlrty, Prleeiiure
lower than eliewliere. E. L. WI1.DF. tV CO.
Vheellng, apr. 10, IMS. cor. Main and Union all. oeoi
M CLALLENS & KNOX, J
WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL DEALERS IS Va'
rui BOOTS AND SHOES, t
gr VJ ndSsW MEN AND BOYS PALM HATS, "t
He. LEATHER AM riNDINOS. AT ' "
m ' Fill
THE WELL KNOWN STAND OF THE BIO BJ
mm. m : m m m mm mm mr m 8
XTXt rp now rereivins; from our eastfrn Mamtfactur-
V n!' I-taiilisliiiieiits,otte of the largest ami best mati
rartiirpd assortments of Boots and Phoes, for Ppriug
id Hummer Wear nverorTcred hi this or any other mar- o
et. They have heen manufactured to order, according
our own direction, and are intended expressly for re
Llllnjr. To our regular customers, and all other wlm
lay favor us with a call, we can offer an unusually laree
ariety of Hoots and Rimes, which we guarantee equal "
it quality of material and workmanahlp to those niauu- ,;
actnrrd in thid or any part of the United Ptatm. Off m
lock will be found to consist, in part, of the following fir
easonahle Goods: fa
NO 197. D
MIEftR' BOOTS. f-mf.DHBNs' BOOTEES I1
,500 men's calf hoots, 1,500 pair fancy bootees, I"
.000 men's iroat hoots, 2,0110 kid A morocco '
,000 p'r men's kip hoots, 1,500 childrens' pegged do,
,000 men's hulTtV seal 1,000 do goat do,
MKflM' BROOANH. M1SSRR BOql EEM AND BITSKINS.
1,000 rxoai brouans, 500 M.sscs morocco Jace,
JWOhJp do aim do kip do 1
WOnnff ii seal bootg, aim do calf do
1,01m' thick do 300 do kid and morocco bun- ,
hoys BonTT. kins,
500 p'r hoys calf hoots, 150 do black, blue and bron-
riKl do kip do zed gaiters,
300 do thick dO MEN AND BOTB PaI.M HATS. .
voi'ths boots. 400 d 07. men's and boya' palm
5im p'r youths calf lioots, palm hats or every style and
aim do kip do. quality.
Wdo thick do. leather .
boys At y'tiis brooanh. Shoe. Findings and Shoe Stock,
1,000 hoys kip hrojrans, Constantly on hand, alargeand
500 do calf do well selected assortment of
500 do thick do shoe stock and findings, vir.:
1,000 youths kip do Spanish Bole leather, Upper 1
500 do ealf do Leather, Calf and Morocco 1
500 do thick do Skins; Kid Lining and bind- i
womans lace boots. ing Skins. I
1,500 womans' goat lace ALPO
1000 do calf do Lasts, Boot Trees, Shoe Thread, -5m
do kid do Shoe Nails, Pegs, Tacks,
6'0 do kip do Boot Webb, Awl Blades,
womens (jaiters,piiai,p Knives, Hafts Pinchers, Ifam
OAiTKr.s and jknny mere, Kasps, Shoe Lacers &e.
ijndp. Also, an assortment of slippers
200 p'r womans gaiters, and Jenny Liuds, the most
40 do half gaiters, approved styles of French
500do walking shoes. Boot and Shoe Kit; Laee
,500 tlo pegued Ininkius, I iieather for sewing lielts, etc.;
5imdo kid buskin clips, 30 doz Deor Skins; 50 sides
Alum Tanned Cowhides.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to us, we solicit a continuance of the same,
apr. 23, 1852. M 'CLALLENS & KNOX.
KK( PAIRS fientlemens' Boots, assorted,
JtjJ (lo do Cougnes do
15110 do do Itrogans do
155 do do fiaitcrs, do
231 do do Knameled Shoes,
50 do do Jersey Ties,
apr 30. '52. TINGLE Ax MARSH
Fnlish A Anicricnn Tuble Cutlery.
JUST rec'd direct from the manufacturers, an exten
sive assortment of TABLE CUTLERY of various
r-lyh-g aud qualities, which for cheapness cannot be
equalled In the citv. T. SWEENEY & SON.
WhHng JttMlBe 1P.0.
RECR1VED this day, another lot oT lleehe A: Co'a
Sprint! style of Silk Hats. Those wishing the real
Iteelie hat itseif will pleaue call at N'o. 131, comer Main
and Union st. S. D. II ARPEK.
Wheeling, apr. 10, 1852.
THOSE individuals vrltblnj head coverings wilt please
call at S. I. HARPER'S whoUhale and retail Hat
and Cnp establishment, roarner Main and Union sts.,
before purchasimr elsewhere, as I always keep the anove
named articles, in large quantities, thereby etiahliittr all
to make good selections. S. D. HARPER.
WINDOW BLINDS--Just opened a heevy stock of
wide paper for Window Blinds, for sale wholesale
and retail, at the lowest rates.
1 wliaetMif anr. hi, 1808. v.. l. wilde a co.
6y QQQ PAIRS Children's Shoes and hoots, as
- ). ' w sorted colors ami sizes.
apr;i052. TING LB & MARSH.
Ao. 05, Main Street, W fading, Va.
ARE now adding to their Stock, (already large,) a
. splendid lot of FRENCH & ENCLISH CHINA,
UUEENHWAUE, MANTLE ORNAMENTS, VASES,
r JEWEL CASES, CARD RACKS, TOY SETTS, etc.,
ii etc., imported from first hands, of the latest and most
desirable styles, and which they are prepared tu sell as
low as any Eastern House.
f Wheeling, June 1H, 18.32.
tXi- T7ROM Boston, New York and Philadelphia,
C9K1 4 the following large and elegant stock ol
TBI Roots and Shoes, Leather, etc., in part of which
' wbWistht1 following!
500 puirs Ladies' Kill Jenny Lind,
Hi I- do do do Buskins,
123 do do do Parodi Ties,
50 do do do Excelsior,
H 802 do do Ties,
'' cm do do Hungarian Ties,
H 21l- do do Caters assorted,
805 do do Indies Boots assorted,
April 23 TINtJLE & MARSH,
Oil EAT INDUCEMENT AT THE
NEW WHOLESALE & RETAIL
No. 7, Monroe, between Main and Water sis., Wheeling
r J. SONNEBOKN,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the Citizens of Bel
inont county, that he is now opening a larger ami
more Kimural assortment of all kinds of READY MADE
CLOTHINO, than has ever been brought lo this city,
and he is prepared to sell the same 25 per cent chcaicr than
any other establishment this side of the Eastern CltfM
possibly can. Amongst which may he found Black Cloth
Frock, Dress and sack Coats, Blue Cloth 1'rock, Dress
aud Sack Coats, Brown Cloth Frock, Dress and Suck
,i Coats, Cassimere, Cashmnrett, Tweed aud Linen, to
i gether with a large assortment of Summer Coats. PAN
1. TALOONS, Black Cloth and Doeskin Pants, Fancy
Cassimere, Saliuett.Corderoy, Tweed, Cotton Linen and
White Pants, iVc. VESTS, of every variety and styles,
FURNISH INI. OOODS, such as fine Shirts, Undershirt
Drawers, Neck and Pocket Ilandketchiefs, Umbrellas,
Cariiet Bags, Pocket Books, Ac,
The public are respectfully invited to call and examine
my stock and prices, and then Judge for themselves. Ro
member the place No. 7, Monroe street.
prftO.'tt. J. SONNEBORN.
.Litcritry Depot ItcHioved,
NEW rait ti.
TAS. II. MrMECHEN, having associated with him in
the Periodical business, Mr. Andrew Morrow, ol
Pittsburgh, the establishment will he removed, on or alHiut
the 1st of July, to one of the rooms under the McLure
House o pirns ite the Post Ofhee, when the business will
it be carried on underthe names oi McMechen a Morrow.
,i Mr. Morrow having been heretofore engaged in the sale
ami delivery of fl. Virtues, and J. K Taltis fc Co'a lltus
irateri Publications, that business will herearter he iner
lied in the Literary Depot, aud the same works will fx
delivered to subscribnrs, or at the Depot, as they may de
sire. Mr. McMechen, feeling grateful to his customer
for past favors, would solicit a continuance of the pat
' rnuaiic in behalf of the new firm. Every pains will be
taken to give entire satisfaction.
As it will lie necessary to close up the husinesa of the
late concern those wlm know themselves to he indebted
to the mh me, are respectfully rfQUeated to call and settle,
. July 0,1852. McMECHEN Oi MORROW.
n JiihI received
".'iM. pairs Misses Jenny Lind Boots assorted,
.Ml do do Bloomers do
2M) do do Buskin Boots do
1 00 do do do Tip!.
lX April 23 TINGLE MARSH.
r "i APS, CAPS Just received a tood assortment ol
V-' Men's 'I'ravelling Hair Cloth Caps a new article.
Wheeling, apr. I, IH S. D. HARPER.
i TUST RFCEIVED-2500 Sheet Iron, No. 26 and 27,
' suitable for the Stove business, for sale by
tiEO, W. JOHNSON,
apr ao, 1M52. 17 Market stiuare.
TUHT received a lot of i.v Drab Cloth Caps, of the
f most approved styles and nattarus.
d Wheeling, apr. 1, 182. 8. D. HARPER.
A( I it.. buckeu)uet received and for sale at No. 75
lJ Main st. (aprSO, '51.) H. U. ROBINSON.
I AM now receiving daily, my Fall at Winter stock of
Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Curlaiu Goods, Trimmings,
&r. Ac. My stock is large and has bOM solectod with
1 great rare, and will be sold as low as the same gooda
r can he got in any other market. Those desirous of see
ing some of the prettiest Carpets and Rugs ever offered
in this city will call at in, Main street.
Oct. l.lrUg. J. C. HARBOUR.
Suve your Carpets.
l O DO. Skeleton Mats, together with a groat varlaty
- of other door Mats, just ssceive4l ajtd will tke rM
vary low y iOct. I, IUC) J. HARBOVm.
WHEELlNO BITSINE8H. Oil
- B- WILDE A CO.
DKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, B
!ORKER OF MAIH ARD UIIIOR STRKETS, ,u
pr. 16. '62. Wheeling, Va. jjJ
m i - Fi
tOI T. TIROL!. JAM MS . RsjAffli ble I
RE AT ATTRACTION
are now opening, alNo.M.Monroeelrert.Wliepllna, SI
, a large anil very elegant assortment of BOOTS, attc
JK8, BOLE LSATHSB, AciMirehaseil In Bnaton,
v York and rhilarlelpliia, all or which wewillolfer
nr Irlenrli anrl eiistnnien, upon llie very deal ternie,
ier Wholesale or Retail, our itock lieing all entirely
sh anil New, and of the most PaehtOnabla atvle and
iah, and from tlie lieat Manufaetnren In the Beet, we
ik we can oiler inducement, lo all those who may
or ui with a call, In any thini pertaining to our line
ffelOe..' TINOI.E & M Mir II
vheellng, apr. 18, IMS.
Rriaa or Maia ard Cur Struts, VVmhiino, Va. t
WAREHOUSE ON MARKET SQUARE, (
(BiRn of the Plow.)
ITP. ARE now manufacturinir a superior article of
Cooking Smvea, for horning either wood or coal
!K Blovca all aieca and price,, ami of the latest and ,
ist approved patterns, (with and without the mining 1
ate;) Franklin, Canon and Ten plateStovee: plain and
ncy Grates; Kitchen BeiwOej Hollow-ware; Sad Irons;
ig Irons; Mill Gearing, Wa?nn Boxes; PI0113I11 and -ouch
CaatniRS, Ac, all of which we will Bell at euch f
icci ai lo offer an inducement to the huver t.
n. A W, MILLER.
All castlngi warranted from this establishment.
Ililihest market price given for old metal.
apr 30, IBM. R A W M. C
V l I S, PAPER SPRING STOCK.
fUST received at Fistier'i Book Store, on Main street,
' a large ami splendid itock or American anil French
VALL PAPER and BORDERING or the hen quality
nd latest styles, among the first in market. Peraona
'iahini to purchaec arc invited to call aud examine ror I
tiemaelvei. j0iN Fr8i,En.. q
Wheeling, apr. 16, 1P58. t
Ko. 154, Main street. Wheeling Va.,
8 now receiving a LARGE LOT OF CARPETS, I
L RUGfl, MATS AND MATTING. Also, Table ami I
loor Oil Clothi of all widths, and keeps couitantly on I
land a large assortment or Furniture of all kind, and i
tlylei, Mattresiea and Redding of every description, i
Jilt and Mahogany Framed LooklnirGlaaics, Glass PIMes
Icnetlanand Transparent Window Blinds, Blind Trim- I
nings, Clocks, MahORiny Veneers, Varniah, Haireloth, I
, urled Hair, BorlOfe, Sacking, Bottoms, Brass and Ma I
logeny Stair Hods, etc., all of which will he sold at the I
loweitpncee. apr. 10, 185S.
New looking Stovps.
CAVETT A DUFFIKLU have got up a new improved
pattern for ft COM Cooking Ste ve to whicli they would
invite the candid attention of their customers and th
It is cheap, neat and durable, consumes much less fuel,
and has all the appurtenances necessary lo a complete
cooking apparatus. Wheeling, apr 30, IBM,
Spring styles orSilk Hals tm in.vj.
THE FIRST IN MARKET.
TUST rec'd from New York, lleelie at co'i Spring style
f Silk Hats a hatlhat cannot be surpaisr il i,, bril
liancy. Also, a lot of the Philedelphiaatylei. Call and
Methem. at the corner of Main and Union itreets.
Wheeling, apr. 10, 1852. s. 1). HARPER.
-fj WHEELING, VA.
OjISSriaVjjSl tJJell I I WIIOI.t-SAL DKALKRS IS NOTIORS,
'i?J?Ss'-- ,S" IOOKS, WA1.I.
VaI'IRr, WfttTIMO Vm.,COTUIKT,
C OMBS, BRI SHRS, llOSHRV, OLOV.I, TllRtAllS, KTATION
KHY, AND A1.C SMALL ARTICLI9 BOIUHT BY
TXTE are now receiving our Spring Stock, to which we
' T invite the attention or the trade, pledging ourselves
to sell aalow as any jobhbing house in the country. Raga
Fcatheri, etc., wanted. Sprj ii : 1853.
TAKE NOTICE !
1 0 000 rIECES of Wall Paper of everv grade;
X U,VUU Velvet and Common Borden; Plain Glazed
Green and Shaded Window Curtains.
Transparent Oil Shades,
Firescreens, Ac, now receiving.
We buy these goods rrom tlie Manufacturers and with
our LARGE STOCK and LOW PRICES, will suit ail
Q&-Don't buy before seeing our Stock. r$
april 2,1852. WHEAT k CHAPLINE
riHIE cheapest Alpacas in America Fine alpaca all
J- colors worth 371 at 18, beautiful figured black do
w orth 50cts.al 25, rich figured Alpaca Brocade lor trav
elling Dresses, worth 021 at 25 to 31 ;ti, and lots of Good!
at aina.ingly low prices. At the
GOLDEN BEE HIVE STORE,
aprilH 1852. No. 1T4 Main Street Wheeling.
Union Btrooti Ohair Factory.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
-an. rpllE SUBSCRIBER would takclhis meth
TJ J-od or informing his frieiida that he reels
nnll grateful lor their past liberal patronage, and
IT jBeasaa would inform the puhlic that he has a large
IfftrT " ''" atnek, aud cntitinuei to
ff HI It maim aetore all the most modern and im
f ll proved ityles of chairs, consisting of cane
" and wood seals, Vienah, French, fret, cot
tage and common chairs, Sociables, se.tccs, Boston mil
era, small chairs, stools, &e., Ac.
(All work warranted.)
, WM. niHELDAFFER.
No. 27 Union it. Wheeling, Va.
MM m 1 w m m m . m m
THE lubaerltier respectfully Infbnril bl. old rrienda
and customers that he lias removed his mauulactory
rrom No. IBB, m 17!, Market square, where he is prepar
ed to till all orders in Ilia line ol business.
On hand, a large assortment or Copper Kettles. Tic
Ware in all its varieties cither on hand or made to or
der at short notice. Particular attention paid lo House
Work, Gutters, Spouting, elc.
Sheet Iron Work made to order. Lead Pipe, Hydrants
etc., always on hand. Hydrant repairing attended u
with despatch. Persona wanting anything in the abovr
line would do well to call and exauTinc the quality and
prices before purchasing. GEO. W. JOHNSON,
apr 30, 1852. nn Marketiquare.
Market Street Chair Shop.
M il. II. SEAMAN.
MANUFACTURER of Chairs, Settees, Sociahlei
Stools, etc., No. 108, Market at., would reapectlull)
inform hia rrienda, and public generally, that he uianu
acturea and keeps on hand, a large and good assortment
of aetteea, chairs, eociahles, itooli, etc., of all kinds. Hi
is determined by buying hia itock at tlie lowest whole
sale pricea, to make the best work and aell at the verj
lowest pricea. His stock of chairs, icttces, eociablei
arm-chairs, rocking-chairs, children's chain, counting
house stools, ofilce chairs, writing and revolving ehaira
and arm chairs of all kiuda, is unusually (large and nri
ces exceedingly low. Give him a call and you will nni
that Market itroet iw the place to buy, both in price anc
quality. Wheeling, apr 30 1852.
SADDLES, HARNESS a TRUNK
jH'fr Ja, T HAVE now on hands an excellent aasort
ftjBBjML '"""l "I arlirli'H i) line ul business
T consisting in part, of Fine and Com. Carriagi
and wagon Harness, Ladies and (ientlemens Sadclee, Han
Leather and Wood Box Trunks and Valisei; Collars
Haines, Trace chains, whipa and laihei or all kiuda am
qualities. I am also prepared to make any thing in in)
line al short notice, and of good material and workman
The above articles are ottered for sale for caah at ainal!
profits at No. lou Main Street, Old Stand,
apr 30, '52. WM. mini; NICOLL.
Spring and Summer lints A Cans.
RF.CF.1VED thia day a fine atock of Spring and Sum
mer Hat comprising in part the following kinds:
Tanam Legliurn, Pedal, English Luton, Allitin, China
Pearl, and'every kind worn during the summer season.
Call and lietlieiii. S. D. IIARPElt.
8. O. ROBINSON,
RETURNS Ilia thanki to his cuitoniers and the public
in general, lor past favora and aolicita a continuance
of public patronage. He has now a fair slock on band.
10(1 kegi Cincinnati and Pittsburg pure While Lead,
0 bbli Linieed Oil country make,
300 boxee Window Glaaa of all sues,
100 Window Bashes, glassed and painted,
2000 light Window aaali of various alaei.
White Lead, Red Lead,
ParisGreen, Venitian Red,
Chroma do, Lltherage,
do yellow, Chinese Vermillion,
Pruniau Blue, Am do
Drop Black, Turkey Umber, lump,
l.amplilack, do burnt aud pow,
Fire proof Yellow Ochre,
Looking .lanes of varinna sizei, do platei,
5 doe Bucketi, Juit received.
All the above article! will be kept couitantly on hand
and sold at reduced prleei.
Maui at. (75) opposite Melodcon Buildings.
Wheeling, apr 30, 1852.
THR Buhscriher Ukes this method of informirtf his
friend and th public, that be has removed from his
old -111.1, No. 1.14) to Nu. 81, MAIN STREET, lUiiion
Buildings,) 4 doors helow Monrse street, where he is
irtueu to exhibit hia large stock of fashionable and
well-made FURNITURE, consisting of Plain and
Dressing Bureaus, Becretaries and Book Cases, Ward
robes, Headstsads in their varioty. Card, Dining and
Breakfast Tables, Work and Wash Stands, Looking
Ulasses, MaJio aayChairs, Sofas, Divans, Ottomans, Jfce.
Alan, a large stock of Windsor Chairs of various pat
terns, lor beauty and durability, is not snrnaased in the
citv. Js.Kt.MlAU IXKMC1V8.
Wheeling, apr. 10,18at.
ighniti'i TrhtiBporiatlon Ltn.
ETWEEJt PITTSBURGH A THE EABTERB
E CANAL being now open, we are ready loreeelr
nd forward promptly, Produce and Merchandiie, aaa
eights always at the Inweit ratei charged by reaiana
oduce and Merchandize will be received and forward
tat and weat, without any charge ftir fur wanting or ad
ding rreight, commission, or itnrage.
lis of Landing (brwarded, and all direetlom faithrnii.
tided to. address or apply to
WM. BINflHAM A CO., Canal Bailn, '
Corner Lilieily and Wayne its., Pittsburgh.
BINGHAM ei DOCK, IR3 Markegef., I.clwaeil
Fourth ami Fifth its., Philadelphia.
JAMES WILSON, Agent, No. 11
North street Baltimore.
JAMES BINGHAM, No 10 West, treat.
prIISSS.Iy New York.
n PAIR hoyi1 thick Brogam.
Ill 240 H " kip
. 1 lu,t racaived,
et. 1, 1859. TODD & DEVOL,
Yon t hS BroKans.
qa PAIR youth's thick Brogam.
jVI 120" " kip M
, ,or Juilreceived,
Del. 1, 1MB TODD dt BEVOL.
jtnI5i?r"n of Superior quality of l.aguira and
J Old Rye Coffee, at T. 61 J OSBtlRNF'H
St.Clairaville.-Oct. 29, 1852. OBUORNE S.
UNDRY'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
ippollo Building, North-west corner 5th and
Walnut, Cincinnati, O.
PH E attention or the public ii respeetfuHy called to
I he superior faclilici afforded at this Institution for
" ih.'" '"f"""" ' borough practical mahn.r
r the Counting Room and buiineii puriuiti.
nook-Keeping by Double Entry.
A complete practical course of instruction ii given in
heart 01 keeping icientilically Double Entry ft!S!.l
he different department, of Trade ( ',,,,LirZ j
ilanur.ctures, comprehending the Test Por" a"..
nong the most eminent establishment, engaged
.ally or in partnership, in busineia, wh. hS pn.i,7oue
ir advene in tlie purcnaie and sale of nierchamC .!
vholesale and retail, importing ,d expon g " the"r
wn account on commission or on Joint i.eculat"on i'
;luding speculations 111 Stocki, Real Estite Ac ,h
teauiboa.ing, Bank, Insurance, railroad and BookT of
loint Stock and Chartered Allocations gcnerall
Euil.raee every variety of computations pertainine ir.
buainess operation,, being taught according to the most
improved metnode-ieeee ZMteiaar fLSuSa Ar
Sueh excrciecs arc introduced on this subject a, ar
calculated to impress buiiness habit, and a gem, i" bu
sineis style of Correspondence upon the iSind or ,ha
student, u well as ftmiliariae him with Commercial
rechn, clitics aud Phraseology, including pr"flrma
Invoicei, Account Sale,, Bills of Exchange, etc.
One hour daily ja devoted in teaching a ayitematie
Style of hu.inesi writing, combining freedom with a
thorough command or hand and pen, accuracy and ele
gance with ease and rapidity, and perfect legibility with
beauty of construction. ".h
Commercial Law and Political Economy.
Daily I.ecturea arc given on these important tonics "
as connected with the avocations of the merchant in the
operations of commerce and practical working, of trade
embracing the- lubject of Partnership, Principal .nd a.'
gent, Negotiable Astrumenta, Sales, Debt,, Guarantiee
4x.; also on the laws of Wealth, Currency foreign and
domestic Exchanges, Credit, Prolit, Interest VVagVi In
ternatioualTrade, ate. 1 iu
wurse can be completed in from eight to twelve
Terms for the Mercantile-course BIO
Expenics for Stationary, Diploma, at'c 15
en,eVT:ny0'l;ne'.,'-,!iVCn i"div""'ll'.' 'Mum .an
A knowledge of the ordinary English branches II all
the requisite preparatory qualification!
The business acquaintance of the Principal en.hlei
Mm to render .instance to those wiahing to procure lit
nations on graduating. K
103 pefwe'ek'. " b,ain!d ,he C"r " Trom
Diplomas under seal areaw.rded the Graduate.
OCI.8,1852. JOHN GUNDRV,"g;"cip.,,
WHATEVER concern! Hie health anil happinen ol
a people is at all times or the moat valuable impor
tance. I take il for granted that every person will do
.11 111 their power, to save the livee or llieir children and
that every person will endeavor to promote tlreir own
liealth at all sacrifice. I reel it to lie my duly to solemn,
ly assure you that WORMS, according to tlie opinion of
the most celebrated Physic iani. are the primary c.aiea
oi a large majority or diseaiea to which children and
adults are liable; if you have an appetite continually
changeable from one kind of food to another, Bad Breath
Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness and
Fullness or the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse Ir
regular remember that all these denote VVOUiMS and
you should at once apply tlie remedy: '
HOliEKSACK'S UOItJU SYR VP.
An article rounded upon scientific Princinlea com
pounded with purely vegetable aubalancei, being an.
rectly sale when taken and can be given to the moil ten
der I ntaiit with decided beneficial cll'ect, wjere Bowel
V0,"',1'!."'!" ,"".'!. I)i.rrll"! ''ve made thein weak and
debilitated the Tonic properties of my Worm Svrun an
sue 1, that H stands without an equal in tho catalogue of
1 medicines, 111 giving tone and strength to tho Sloiu.eh
' which make, it an Inlallible remedy for those alri cf. i
with Dyipepsia, the astonishing curea performed bv thi.
Syrup alter Physiciani have railed, is the best evidenc.
. its superior elhcacy over all othen. "uhm
THE TAPE WORflf I
Thii i, the inoet difficult Worm 10 destroy of all that
inleil the human ayitein.it grow, to .11 almost Indefinite
length becoming so coiled and fastened in the Intcstinea
apd Stomach elfectiug the health io sadly as to cause St
. Vitus Dance, Fits, fee., that those afflicted aeldom if enr
inspect that il ia Tape Worm hastening them to an early
grave. In order to destroy this Worm, . very energetic
treatment must be pursued, it would therefore be primer
' to take G to H of my Liver Pills so as to remove all oh-
atructions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct unon
tlie Worm, which niuat lie taken in doses of 2 Talde-
1 ipoonhlll. 3 times a day, thcae direction, followed have
never been kuown 10 fail in curing the most obstinaia
1 case ol Tape Worm.
Ilobciisack's Liver Pins.
No part of the lysteni ii more liable to disease than the
LIVER, it serving aa a liltcrer to purify the blood or
giving the proper accretion lo the bile; so that any wrong
action of the Liver effect, the other important iiarta or
tlie system, and results variously, in Liver Complaint
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Ac. We should, therefore watch
every symptom that might indicate a wrong action ol
; the Liver. Those Pills being couiioscd of ROOTS &
1 PLANTS rurnished by nature to heal the lick. Nanielv
I lit, An EXPECTORANT, which .uguienn the secret
, lion rrom the Pulmonary mucus membrane or promote,
i the discharge ol secreted matter. 2nd. An ALTERA
TIVE, which changes in aome inexplicable .nd insert
lihle manner the morbid action of the ayalew. 3d A
TONIC which give, tune and atrenglh to tha nervoua
ystem, renewing liealth and vigor to all wn. or th
body. .th. A CATHARTIC, which ctl In perfect har
mony w ith the other ingredient!, and operating on tha
Bowels, and expelling the whole main of corrupt and
vitiated matter, and purirying the Blood, which deatrava
disease and restore, health. '
You will find these Pills an invaluable medicine in
many complaints to which you are aubject. In obstruc
tions either total or partial, they have been found of in
estimable benetit, restoring their functional arrange
ment to a healthy action, purirying the blood and other
lluiils so effectually to put to dight all complaint! which
m.y .rise Irom female irreglllaritiea, as headache gjd
diness, diinueii ol light pain id the side, back, dee.'
None genuine unless signed J. N. ilobeusack, ail .th
en being base Imitation!.
JXTAgenta wiahing new luppliei, and Store Keapera
deiiruui of hcoonung Agenti muit address tha Propria
tor, J. N. Hobeniaek, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Jame, Baaaa, Wheeling, Va.
Dr. G. II. KlTOM, Pittihurgh, Paw
Frasier & Collini, st. Clairiville,
H, Alexander, do
Wilson Stringer, Weat Wheeling.
R. M. Andrew,, Bellair,
C. R. Wilaon, Centrevllle,
A. Armatroni, Armstrong', Mill,
J. T. Graufell, J.coluhurg,
M. P. Miles A Son, Somertoii,
Daveunorl i T.ibott, B.rnesvill.,
Wui. II. Tolger, do
Armstrong , Powhalten Pt.,
Jame, Lyon, Lyon', Mill,
Jnn. A. Ilaiuei, Richland,
Michael llorniah, Great Weatern,
Lodge at 1'iHlike, Lloydaville,
J. II. Arnold, Morrislown,
H. A. Ilaelelt, do
Stephen Gregg, do
Talliottlt Murphy, llendryihurg,
Jno A. Ray, Rock Hill,
laaac llolioway, Fluahing.
J. N. Stretii, PleaaauttimT
Fawcett A MrKiiaon, Wrightitows,
James Dobbina, Boaton,
E. S. Rarnaa, Pine Grove,
B. Millar, Bridgepor
Aug uat 8, if 52.
IMIEoiaoiae Wright'. ludiauVacetabla Pill,, ar.
1 ,11, ai ALEXANDER'S