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Salt X Ofl I TOOS, Every person i
aware of the benetirial ellecta of ealt upon
lh. human system. Silt whs held by ill I ,
ancients in UM highlit estimation, nikt most
persons have experienced how unhulesoiiie
meat and vegetables Ift when pftpiftd or
cooked without, or with only an InHlfllliint
supply. Horses, cattb and shrep, anil In
short, all domestic animals, ihliOld be f"M"
larly supplied with it at all seasons. The
liberal use of this mineral improves their IOB
Hition and promotes their jrood hlllthj ami
when they acquire a habit Of partaking of it j
friqilMtli then-is no danger to lie apprehene'
ed from their taking too much. Salt promote .
digestion, and Jdestroys or dislodges wnims
which at certain seasons sometimes effect a :
lodge in the ttoniacli and nliuicu'.i.ry c:tial.
We have most of 111 probably, had occasion
tO witness the avidity with which wild, 1111
domesticated animals seek the creeks an!
estuaries which indent the shores of the
ocean the salt licks, and what long journeys,
dangers and difficulties they will encounter
to reach them. This is the result of pure
instinct, and is not to be attributed lo caprices
aolely, as some have supposed. -Horses, sheep,
neat cattle, and sw ine, urn all equally eager
tor this substance, and can not be maintained
in a healthy and thriving condition without
it. The former, it has been remarked, when
constantly and liberally supplied with salt,
are seldom, if ever victimized by the butts, or
affected with that scarcely less troublesome
disease the colic. In the salting of sheep,
especially during the vernal months, when
the green, succulent, and consequently, highly
fermentable nature of the food to which they
are restricted, renders a full provision of suit
indiapensihly necessary, I have found it ad
visable to have a shed provided, and fitted
with a range of boxes in which salt can b"
constontly kept, and to which the animal
can at all times, have access. This practice
ia preferrable to any that has fallen under
our observation thus far, either in theory or
practice, as it enables the sheep-master to
present the mineral in a perfectly clean con
dition to the animals, and prevents waste
from solution during rains, or heavy dews.
A Practical Farmer.
Rancid BtJTTEB. The Fcho du Monde
Savant says: "A fanner in the vicinity of
Brussels, having succeeded in removing the
bail tmell and taste ol some butter by chloride
of lime, l e was encouraged by this expert
ment, and he has restored to butter, the taste
nd odor of which wen; insupportable, all the
aweetness of froth butter. This operation is
extremely simple, and practicable by all. It
consiMs simply in working tho butter in a
sufficient quantity of water, in which from
twenly-live to thirty drops of chloride of lime
have been added, to every two pounds of
butter. After having mixed it till all its part.-,
ure iti contact with the water, it may be le t
in it for an hour or two, and afterwards with
draw and worked again in clear water. The
chloride of lime having nothing injurlottl ill it,
it can with safety bo augmented, but alter
having varied the experiment, it was found
that Irom twenty-live to thirty drops to every
two pounds of butter were sufficient."
Another method of restoring sweetness di
Amur to rancid butter, said to bo vory ef
fectual by those who have tried it, is to put it
into a churn of new milk, and work it till all
the old salt and rancidity is removed, alter
which it is to he taken from the churn and
worked and salted afresh. Michigan Farmer
A Cow PaTTMBD on Aitit.m. A cor
respondent of tho .,w Kiiilund farmer,
ays: f hud B COW that was 12 or 18 vears
old lust spring; ihe hud u calf one your ago
last April; she had been milked every duy
ince, till the 98th of November lust, which
was the day but one before I killed her; her
time would huve been out to calve Feb. 34,
1853. All the extra feed I gave her besides
apples, was 7 bushel basket or what is
termed cow corn in the ear. I was 35 days
fattening her, and there was one week in the
time that she gained :tj lbs.; she was pro
nounced by good judgei to be as good beef us
they hail seen this year. I huve not euten
any better these two years.
RLaBlOBMEBT of PoVbTtV. See that
their houses ,iro kept clean; sprinkle plaster I
over the Boor of their houses; scrape the
floors once u week, and put the manure away .
in a dry (dare, covering eueh luyer or so put '.
a vuywilhufow inches of mould of some j i
kind. If jrou manage thus, you will ho sur- I ,
prised in Ihe spring at the quantity of mu
ll ure you have thus made, uud us it is among ,
the most fertilizing kind susceptible of being
made on the farm, you should make it a part
of your system to save it all. Ame. Far. i
Gahih: F err TlUI Tho American'!'
Famer advise its reader to give lo lhe;(,
trunk of these a painting comprised of soli m
aoap, aalt, and Hour aulphur, made in the pro- "
portion of 1 gallon uft soap, 1 quart of salt,
and I lb. flour nilphur, to bo put on with a
whitewash brush. If the bark on any of your
tree i mossy, have the muss scraped oil' be-
fore the mixture is applied. This done, spread
underneath each tree a neck of ashes
1 I ttt
BOTH IN CaTTLX, is speedily relieved l,v "
pulling iu the annual's mouth u thick buy ,
rope, the ize of a man' w.-i.t, drawn light
and fastened at the lop of t,e head. Tins
cause the animal tu rtrtch, by which naai
Ihe gs I liberated Irom Ihe .tonmch, in a 1
much aafer way, thsn by the barbarous mode
of tapping in the dc. a
A KecEiiT run nit IIliah BT00aa II t!
Hoca. A correpondent of the Michigan '
Farmer, direct, a a remedy for tin disease, "
to bleed them iu the third wrinkle iu the roof
of the mouth. My practice i to throw the .,
Hog ou the back, and cut acros ih,-wrinkles,1
and I have never had a case that did not
a cure. J. R.
RxavLTsor Dbaininu It ha been ro-;
marked that, "to apply manure to undrained1 41
land, ia to throw money away," an illustration I
of which la furnUhed by a statement in u,0
transaction of the New York Hlate AgricuU Jl
tural Society, where aeven acre of low wet
land, manured annually at the rate of as load
to the acre, produced 31 buahel of oata per
acre, but Mt being thoroughly underdrained
at a coat of about (0 dollar fur the whole,
thawop of oat, without mannure, wa fcr.'J
buahel per acre. i
PITER TALLMAN, 1
ATTORNI'.Y c COUNSKU.OR AT LAW, 1
And Solicitor in Chancery. Vl
--'vr. j,, roum Iromcrly occupied by Ihf
0. I). T. COW EN,
Dili J. ALEXANDER, ;,
1 1 AS removed lo lb Srniinsry properly St. Cl.irsvil'e 01
II .djoinmg the residence of JudgCowen.
iiirt office bat elao bean reewvii tl IM naw mm
mTj. W. glover,
Attorney A ronnsellor at I.nw, j
mil Solicitor in Clinncery, il
St. Clairsville, Ohio. ,
lg ac r. vr. Uir lh UNITED f. M, inscrwf. co. J
I v K.MPtRR BTATt! HEALTH association. In
Pir. Company all kind of property, (real parsnnal, and J!
Ilvastm k,, wilt b i ii -u ml, mi rea-nnablc terms, upon Uir '
mutnat ar Caati plan. In eaaaf laa af jwaaart laiat. J
ni iiy iimk Company, tiii anoanl thereof referred to r
Miration at the option ot the Insured. Nniaw sail head
lie resorted to by the insured lol illici t policies.
jl"i -OFFICE up slairs uvcr Fraiicr It Collin Drug j
fjrlle is n.ont nlso for the OHIO LIFT, ,
ivst'ii nce COMPANY, in whlchtCatllbf nla fc hotnt
risks Willie taken at fair rates. (Jan. Willi, Ir,.' tt.)
J AMI'S WKIIt, I
ATTORNEY k 0O0N8RLLRR AT LAW, I
And Solicitor In Chancery. ,
office third rlooi easlof ih Court lloua.
SUMMONS, .St'i.riiK.NAiJ, VANUI,AND i
Caiefully preparril and ncutly printed, for al at
the Chronicle oIOc.a
PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE MAHKET. !
. toLHuff.. A. icwton i
Pioducc Commission Merchants, ;
roil thk BALI OK
Flour, IUcon, Luril, Clover Seed, &c.
Kroatl HUft't, BMt l4f( bftWMQ BftCfl A Cherry,
i Our btltlflMM It. rip rnnfini'il BfCkrttVRLV TO IALM on
IroMMiMI in, ;iiAlk.t 1t to render MtllfftOlOry Sl pfOltlpt
Our Vnr;!ionp hM a Irark riiriiiinp itjio it, Rtid Pro
dllCS by I'ciim. IC m 1 1 KubiI Sc nnt I'ctiii. Canal reccivnil m
rar louts) fflHI ol Dniyac ami exlfl hnnillinp. U r dhall
tontttctftlau w ith 11 ;ali i more a Ohio Kail Koad when
roniph tut to Whwrilngt 1
lalHRAL UVM M NAM OM CoHnaUHBItTf
I'ariM ular Rtteiitlun paid to Hie city tradi', autl Wffft
f rn 1'rodiii.u FMpOCtfully BOlUlttd
1AMK8 II. POEHYTHJ w, .
JAMKM R. BAKRRj w,ire,"!
BAKED tt. POBBVTH, PltUbunb.
PhlltalttphU, Bopt. iM, IttSda
ANOTHER ARRIVAL I
T. A J. OS BO It NU
nAVB Jiut rocctvod a ftwh uiiy ofOroeitriw, to
othei with a lot of Hardwire, edtwIatlnR of Ax,
.Mainin- Iha-n, Narrow eV llroaH Unit Hi Of 01, Cuphoard
d i awr At till locka with lira-1! Uolta, Auiori, lhtl lerawa.
iliuiob lauhcj, worarobfl pina. acrowi ot difloratit Noa,
v Rlaaa, Blua A. Iron IVatli oi ail rVumbara, Hikr,
-: 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 s; ami lathing Naila, atthar by tha kag
ii I i! c potiudi nil ol which wo allow to sell at tlm low
aal ratf a.
Bt. Claira villa, Btpt. IT, I9SB,
Wlll'l'i; I.i-ad Cim iiinall hrand wt rrroivrd nod for
Male by (May - ol.) ft. ALEX ANDES
IlRRfl thonfl i il' hula iniipi :n how luueaalnffy Ihojf
) tod, fly it if from flower tu flower ioi-miiisf
10 l'rhi l.iit htlli', and an ofirn aUfprit" d how thf
1 1 It It inioily Mnw i hi' i r Im in fur Lh; dreary winter. Itm
il you Mlionld to tu WIlf'Hiiia jiint Mtcp into thr finn hive
Stotf, No. 174, Main ft., and ymi willbaaKtoiiiHlicd how
HTONH iV TIIOMAH ran put a living, when you m-
ihe. Ntaiki oi Print a, Choc It a, Mmtinia, Hoafory, Ac, 1
lltey urn arllinK it a Dp a yard. Oct. 1, lHjiJ.
Si'llist;; ofT ait Cost!
KICII and fxppi.nivr tiki and fatinw, of thg newent
liattOtua and dMM, lafnl catcn, Hfrtha'H rihI
mi t'vex, Muualme lie talnia, worth 7.ric. at AAroiI 00.
Th! HUhaoribar la boh g to quit, therefore, can ofTcr .
gooda chtiapur than any , oiino iti tha city.
Coma ami noa Juitirti Aii yonririvpM.
1 Oct. i, j i j . Til: JOllNBTON, Jr., 101 Main at.
Rich then (Somls.
I IWW) V'"M BIBBIIkalyomWt to i par van). ,
I UUU urn pa, Fancy. BrojNto tdam liruns Htik, f
rrom 31 cm. to W a y'd.
pa. Rich Do L tinea, Morinon, in- Bago Thibet Cloth,
Peralau Clollt, ao., A. At the 'heap Kmre, ttiau
itt. I, Itf&l, OQtPMIN BEE HIVE.
J C. HARBOUR,
VTholiaalfl uud itwiiii Deaiar in
CAIIPET, LOOKING GLASS,
and UP1IOLSTBBT WARS, i
rVo, 148, Main Htnet, WheHinff, Va, I
I " ERM OOHalanllyon haml a vitj- lame ami ruoi. 11
lv aaaorluMiil i.r TAPKITRV. INI.'UAIN an, I
i i:m:ti n uahpktinoh, uu. Hu, mi uioTh,
vauwand I'lanoUuvara, Ac. Ac, Ai.xn -QUI and Ma' '
liuiaiiy riiirl I km Ulaaaca, Portran ami Plcwre
r ram, ol vry rleacrlnllon.oii liaml ami i r. .
nr. tnatian and iai Window mi Trananaranl
II niilntv Hlia.lca ami I'api-i is, u,,-, mill I 'iihnl.i,., v
Mar.-; xinli ua lllillH, ,M ATTB IMHCM, PlliLOWM V.
ill ' 1 1. I'M. IKirNTMIIPANKH. CIIHIIIItNt). c 4.1,'
''lirlii' ,; i. hi iral rarlaiyi Blind, Triminln' !
i orda, Ti ml, n.i ,.i,n aUiply at Bnillh iv Huai '
uni' calabralad Purnliun ami Uoacn Varnbn, Am aala
,1 latlory arlc,
Allol willed will In atU at ilia pr low! nritt "
Mit i i ' l tu ,'iii' at ih lac 1 1 mi , ' nl
Bel. I, urn. ;
ID. Johnston, OFFERS To Tin:
nubile, an silanalva aaaonmsat f QROOBRIBS
uilatln, "i L'orrW, Baian, Malauea, noldan Byran!
i ,',ih, loltai ' D.DandNM, BaaM,Onoi nlai. I'andiH, PI
lulna, Papaar, Klaa, (pi of ail koi.ti ami m a'mi
in lllln ami i v. iy Ilium uauallv k.-il in llrm i ry atof
1 1. i.M in Hi irrsl or ratall, vVodu Ware, Bartban
rr, Romm, Naila. Ac., Ar.
All vl which wlli n wlwlwaiad or rMallKt, at anua.
'P 'w rataa llir l'ah or apnruvml CiMiitry pimlma.
A i.i. ami Baa. March , Iiuj.
kTOTIOR I hrby n(n ii.ai at tin. Prnnata Oaarl aal
, i"r nriM.mii pount) ii ndarala I war a n
' ami ' I aa M II N.( ,, M I
Idwell, late ul Rehuonl eounly. teofiaa,l. n.i
All it..,.,' Indebted lo aald aataw are reaueeted to mtki i
niiMdlaie ,, ,. ,, , (.1iiu- ,
Id MaM,ai inir.li,. mental ti Ru eetlleuMiil I
lUla mil' uar lium Una data.
I' RRV IIULBI, r
Aauaa tc iualt b a, ,i i ,i, f, .,
i Mlemta ,,i Brtnwnt !ounly, tin,,,, nndnr the Mb in
hmol lh art (MlUad "an art lu, II,. ..f f ,., 1 (I
J!1''1, ' fee
oB'oMna,waedlihajr lb eoairnlaelon,. will -aa
' am ,i ,,, n. t i,.,k'.in,,. i inePinri of
.iMii.i.M I h-aa reakl I uniiiv. .rn r bribr Um Ural day I'l
UWMIIWru, u required by eald tel '
.. . M ., JAttBI v. t3llARI.EaWORTn A
Martin i.l.-..l LMiUBlbamioaarOl Inaolien'a.
I N PURBUANOI OF THE
tii ,P "ril-'"! Ji.l.n liill.r,, a Jnli- ,.r iliu If
I f ' '" " rowuthlrt, Balntuni C i
i rani TM 1 " '' aadrlind have viewed i i
Vl W H"r '"". i' 'i ( I y William Km, li
J B laaeala awnlh i.ami are doaauaiMtha
aaananal .ai,ii, al lililollara.
I it MtowiaifUatrnaand ar, rate diaerluiM afaald
" "'""I't; Id hora I, U year, oldoi auward.
';;";" "" ". nli .k. U i,i
.I while lo tl ,,,iur Jmt, t 0 .
wiaNnaar)olnii ti, ..,di,or.,. I. lurhl biy
raa a ia im, Ht'OH nlPPJN.
1 . Vial lh,n. WW I'l-'i'l V
1,1 '"' ""Ify IhMihe ,hnv i. a'lrit ,'',,' ,Ul,
"ir.i.iriinlloui.a.a'ov,. .. " "
Marti,,, IrM. j,,N ti,.Krir j p
MoOONAHEY & KBLLY,
'HOLEaALE 4 KKTAILl)UU(J(ilST8, l
10 BaULaai ia i-ait oil uvt Turya Ac'
latooaroBT Feb, m, (m,
Jl It, , il fur Naifa
111 hlila l.niaend till,
1 " Noli. I .i.i.i.i.
il " Para ftano, ml,
111 " H(,ta. l i 'i', ill, ,,1',
I i . I , ii,' Nitlitiege, W
I M Inatipla luillgt), nie i
I " linailriia, all i
I I'lil Pure freliin.tr, any
. j McfUNAIIEV A kEI I v aai
A. M. ADAMS'
not. is i i; and ti:rii. 3
ST A II L INII1HKNT .
On the Corner of Water and Monroe street,
VIIF.nF alway-ran le found lh larKrnt, DhMMgt,
and the inoit ihnirahle ntork of Condi m Wheel- 1
ff. lie liaejnat returned from New York, l'hilado!iiia
id Baltf nutfe, and till Oooritl ir.-.ent an UnUIMaj attrac
n din DOintOf i)iiality and etytp, mil It ia w II n iwn
M br.it bt ratlin can he han ul him. i or (,0011 and '
hftAp QoOtla, lie -landu unrivallud. Do not fail to call, '
: yon may rt ret it.
Hll flock cnn.tnr the frdlowinit article:
10U lilac clotli iImnb ooataj KX) hlne, brown and grreu
D.; IM black cloth frock do.j lWMne brown and ureen '
9.; SM blACkf bfOWfli blue and greon fack com, w
iinineim coat, made of CAKidiniere, c'oth, drc ; liM) bea '
er mat, varnni color; 1000 fell and Idankel coata; .VI
or., whitf shirts of all jjrndf!; B0 do,, cliei k hirt; 50
i).. matlnat'i ftrlpoi 4 dot. iik dnmrahlrtii in noi,
niton uiHltralilrti 1 do, woolen nndarahirtaj ij dot,
luaaa oitdorahlrtaj jwhi pr. Mack oaeeltneff pant; 1000
arm), striped and Itltzoo pant; 000 pr. cainett pant;
IM) l la k atin vent-1, at all price; 1000 fancy llk vet,
11 pat lama j 1991 valanela. maraellloa, velvet, Ac.; ii
07.. fancy cravat; VI dor,, ncrk tie; on dot, pocket
dk'fa, allk attil linen 90 dot, Inapandera. all pncru and
tle; 00 do, half ; H dnit. drawera.
All Iht ahove art idea, with a creat many more, are!
U'ered very low, at my Clothing Htore, corner of Mon-
ue and Water vtieet, Wheehnc. 'u., alo a line aort-1
ntnt of H ata and Cant. A. M ADAMS.
N. 11. Partirnlnr attention paid to custom irwrfr, audi
II ordorM will he tilled with dipalch, by A. M. A. 1
OpinioiiH of the; lJrcs
f'l.oTUiNn. We would advice all perflou wishing
fttt Of A u'oud inatiTial, to call at A. .M. Adamii' Cloth- '
na Hiore, on Water treet. lie ha a very line aort
ntnt of everything in t lie fitotttlng line. 0a( int.
CtOTItttol CtOTtltoll at blr prlctt can alway lie had
if our friend A. N, Adam, cortn r of Monroe and Wit
er Htreet, who Irom hirtextenwive etOCk Off cloth, can-1
ilmtrta, Vt., i fully prepared to riy you out iu the
leitrht of (aahloiii
Tina geullfiuan has about SL'i.roo invented It fahrica
if the richest uinke, anil Gtfl himlall a man from top to
oe aiAvc with hoe. Ptrtlcnlaf attention i nolicited to
:hi stock, romprii? a 0 it due, coaling, veliue, pan
;aloons, necUerrlner, drtwtrafiaptndtrt tatent uprinc
itock. and a Hplemtid lot of hats ami cap. You can
not to ami by calling at hi htore for any irarmcnl in
;ended for the romtort or deroration of your pern. Aa
te doe a I. m l" busincsB lie m a'dc to nll cheap, hi motto
eiiij( "fpiiik tales ami email profltt Tin added tu
lie tart that he ha hi foods made up under his super
nteudauco should be a aUfRcItnt iniiucciiinnt for every
nan dlBpOtml to buy, to ujve him a call. Let all, there
ore. who mrek their own interest "ent ourage home in
Insiry" by sheddinj their thread bare arh for anew
me. Dailti TimtJ S( Oatnttt. Oct. Ml), IP."?.
N E W BOOT " & SHOE STORE
IN ST. CLAIMVIELBe
ttTl'l' tltbttflbof repeclful!y in for tun the public,
B I that he has opened, in the new house, oppo
JWsite the American lloure, a BP LBN DID ArtHOHT
ItOOt'i Mini ShOCAa
Btlbfttlnf evrry variety and sire, for Ladies, Centle
men nnd children, which Will he sold on the iotHt rea
lontble terms, ntvtng m-rnred the tervire ol Mr.
IvMM'll MKTf'ALK, an eperienttd workman, he is
prepared to do CU8TOU WOHK w;th ncalucbj and
LEATHER AM) PtNDINCIB always on hand for
cale at Wheeling prieea.
On the oppoaito aide of the street he has a first rate
rmbraeinfy Old Jara, Ilio and Lai'iiira CofTee,
Teas, and every variety cf spire, and other ar-fJ
tti ies uaually kept in eueh satabliahmotita, whichnwH
wHIotaoldlow win ili:.lk or RETAIL. IkTirir
(live III 111 a rail, andjude. lor vourselve.
Oct.H, BICUABU II. RYAN.
WAR!!!!!! WAR!!!!!!! WAR!!!!!!!!
Chairs at Wheeling Prices!!
fin Main ii., :i ilnnra rant of Marietta at., Br. OLAtSB
'l i.l.K. 11., in the rooui Ibrmarly naeuplad a. tin: Oaaatt
ami Ulliaan Onlc.
1 BBQ leaf a lo tdndnr my elneera lhanki in n,y mi
I meroui aland tor ibsrary llharal laiiana-ii' tlmy
havo baretofora l?atowed, an,l Inlbrtn iham that I have
a larL"- ami laabtonthle stuck ul work on lintid, ami am
eonatantly manntaeturlni avary nty if of t'am' ami v,,i
Beat Obalra Auiona' ernleh will be Faund, Praneh, Vi-
'una, t'am' Baal, ITprldhl Frrl. Ilaiiislrr Hark. Ootlaa,
7ominon, Boaton, Hall Boston mi, I Common Ann Chairs,
Wnralnf, Bawlnc, Cblldrnn Table, Reeking and Ton
1'iiairn. Betleea, Boclabla, Counter 11001., etc.
1 trill take nlaature In showing my work la ail who
may lai-or ma with a visit, and attend promptly to all or
lore. iryi'. old Work repaired ami repainted in a very
neat manner, ami at tin' eery lowest rate, All work
srai 'ranted, a. none but good workmen am employed,
JOBBPII A N 1 , 1: Km 1 .
Bt. Cleirsrille, Kov.S, 1039,
ITIon'ei ! .rof-.lns.
1,1,1 ' v 1 1: nan' thick Bros ens,
)UU M0" fcip
ISO" " talf
Oct. 1, I8M, Ti 11)11 A DBVOT,,
-,, PAIR men's u 1 p Boot,
)j tjti double upper and doahlg ante kin Bpotl
nl recelveil at the aomli end Ol Mai kel H,,itirc.
Oct. 1, 1 an. tooii at iikvol.
OBAUTITITL Iniraiii Oarpetg, an Snellen lot verv
l- cheap; (UK) y'd llamp do., very cheap; a good,
ortment or Hag do. Ai BTONB at TUoilAS.
Ocl. I, 8JS,
"-at-.'m. m Hautjgigvjgc mmSmT
Theahove business will be rarrifd on by John 1,
RINT, in 11 1,1 Rtand opposite to J. pi roa's More.
Mime he will he hi, in, I at nil I t wail Oil Iboietllal
lay lavor him with a call In Iheabova bual . ft
1 1, inn eitiorleiicc In the buslnesa, he hopes he will
liarea portion nl IIiq public ilrona'ie.
Pee, 1:1, IdH, JOHN I,. rillNT.
NI.W PALL UOODa.
MIIK larci .t ami beat selected slot k of Pang and Hta
1 pi,' Dry Oooda we ever brought to Ihe citv, lust open
I ai lbs sign ol the UOl.IlKN I1KP. IIIVK, No, 171 1
am at.. Wheeling, v. Consisting or every variety
Hu h ami Staph- Dry Ooods, kept ill OUI line. Tin y
ive been carefully aeierteii eiprestly for tin. market
ml In fuaaicy, gnally, vnrt , ritknt an- not
celled by ny slock ol goodsevei ip Wheeling Noi
Itbslandlng the many Flaming U1II1 aboul Cheap Qooda
n 1 'ash Prices Be not deceived by them for we een
,I will M il every variety ol llry (lowls lor I'a.li, or
trt npnufd rrr.in a cheap aa any house In the oily
1,1 and h,r gourselvesand be ronvint ed, tor we iludv
Plea, (Pee.S4.ldJS.) BTONB h THOMdW.
WATCH, JEWELRY, AND
i. i TUBT rtctlvtd a neat ttaort
inantofOOtO AND BIt.VEB t
0 . WAT(.' KH, LonniMtii'oi Lever J
,'l,,,,. ami qua lier watChoa. 2
Bfit- V 'imtl lh'nt hl,K k "I'JKW F.lsll V, v
Mm m aB Conaiatim or Ktrrlnti, u. ., ..
. 1 H rim ami P Infer Kings; with
J s "rT1 "", ht trtlcloi uaually k..t in Hucii
-'iiiaaPP' aldishiuents. TIiosb wltbltf
make prtaentl will And ninny article in the collection i
(aide to their pQfpoae,
Iti hand tfOMSUuply of chool and literarv hooks.
Vatt he mid etoeta tareiully rtptlrtd on the shortest
ld mlver and raa taken In erhanpe for Konds.
loom one door west of Mr. Ttotl'i store.
)c. N, MM J. n. WILLIAMS.
fA Iht Potaab, and 8Q0 Iba lal fodaJiut received ,
'f and lor sale hy , -. F HAM I . U .
n, OltlriVlllt, nov. 11), 1H.VJ.
VIIITK l.l: All, Oil, AC."
nKegCiacianatl Pare Wkit Ijted.
:i 111,1. I.oiaeeil Oil. .1
al. Parlor White, Jnat received ami for Bale al t, uveal -li
I" ni' nov. III. 11. p. PBABIBB.
rnuaiMtreai window Miita. i
N I'.W ami heaulllUI stock or Window Shades, jnat I
received and for sale, very low by '
at. I. law, j. a, il mi no in. 0 su,u .
NEW GROCERIES!! 7 "
rVRDEN, BRANNUM & CO.,
' A'l'. Inal reieived hn
3Wi hlila New Olleana Mnlas.es,
SO ball hhls
) 1,1,1. Snuat llouas Notawas,
111 h. II 1,1,1.
in half hblsOotdtaByrao, -,
tu hila .-,,,-a, ,
1 iks Crushed ai(ar, ,'.
I belt lleiined '
In Tiene. Ilii t,
3 11. . pepper,
g llaxa Ml-'., r
ion l,i,i. Mackerel,
1 is.ks ..', i .in,,
to Besss Ps'llt etoan, ho
HI Pole. M i t'amllea
III lloiea Kiarch,
tu hhla Carolina Tar,
.Vov,;:';h,.So';.'Kl,, - f,,r,r,,, ' c"u
fh. II. 1MI. !
J OB P U I N TING '
TLT ABD EXPElllTIOUttT IXCCUTBD AT -'
THH CHRONICLE OFPIOt.
hereaa, Wn.i.i.n (luaaa, an tpprenlict ho? has I, It
ilhom ,,y Ju, r,u... nertb, forewarn ,y .d
eraona, liu.loii him, on my srcounl, or renderie.
ssrv ee wilh Ihe eipaciation of inakiiie nie reapon I
i, s. I .hall not pay any dehl. ol hi. com, actio. , J
"SWSrabis lor any ul kit conduct while out of me iui
u e. mile., compelled by lew. i
b. SS, IgJJ ,i ,m1. ASA CAP f ETBON.
. , ! ij
Aft TAlIt of WomeiiB Morocco Hoots.
41" " kip
12U " " Orsnd O
. .., Ju"1 rerelved,
Oct. l,18Sil. TOllI) dr DKVOL. B
TODD & DEV0L,
AT TIIK WKI.I. KNOW STAND,
Siyn of the Black Mammoth Bool, South End
of Markd Sqitart,
A nr. now npenins an tinnaiially lame .lock of Fall
ami Inter Roots, Bnotg, lints ami Cap., selerted
villi (treat tare, ami tnatiu far lured at I he very heit work
ihops ol Phllldilnhla and New F.niilsnd, expressly for
nil Wholesale ami Retail trade. To our rerular custo
iiers.aml ell others who may favor na with a call, we
:an orl'er you soods wlilrh we viiarantee eipial in qaallty
if material ami workmanship, to those manufactured
n this or any part of tho United States.
Wheeling, Oct. 1, iej. TODD di DEVOL.
'Let Nature cony that which Nature !
WM, M. FARIS
HI ho has been long engaced as operator In that ileser !
vedly ponutaf ;nii,-ry knoivn t ihe "MBLODBON,"
Clnr.lnnatl.hagtakan and litteil up for Dagucrrcan pur 1
iHj.es, the holfa 190, Mala street adjoining the "Monroe 1
House," where lie would reapcotfiill) invito IboBe persons
who are disposed to call to their aid, this bcttitinil art,
iu fixing on I, lhl.lv the liniments where "beauty linxcra"
and also call the attention of Citttcna and strangers lo his
new and begullful style, 'CRArOJV ronTDAiTS"
which, for the lira! time is now ottered in this plane.
When colled upon, he will he ready to make ihe various
kinds of pictures out of his room. Those wishing in
master llii. a, I, may have nil necessary Instraetloaa and
lie hllnllhod With complete apperatusand materials. His
arrangements arc such Dial he can furnish every article
used mtlsg.baalnaga, aalow as the bsst articles will al
low. Iiy it desire to please be hope, to menl and secure !
a share o' patronage.
Oirllooms up stairs. 0
Wheeling, Nov. 19, MS9,
IMn sini : , for .i Jiools nitil Iniiiilics.
Cultsr's PkysledOfy, laree and amatl, with the plates,
mounted ami paper. Also, fireeuleal'a arithmetics. I
have forme, I an agency Tor Ibis Co. for these important
works, ami can give Intra to the trade, almoin end funi
esllon i iMu iiruts. Hchool hooks xi tierally on haml.
Oct.W. J. II. WlI.I.IAMfci.
i m I1(leyTrd. a
IX f ONDMM.NTti, Toiulis. ami Crave HI
f i I'lBlonOS In all their varieties, at their f-jV',1
Shop opposite the Gtaetie ami Cltlaen i
j"','"' odice. All orders promptly attended to. fr.
EVANS 4c into ;:
JP- Ht. Clairsville, May 7. IMS, 9
New Tin, Sheet Iron and Stove
rntlB SUhSCrlht! ri-spectlully informs his friends and Ihe
I publlo generally, that B has commenced the thrive
business, OlM dOOt east of Cray, Juiikllis di Co., and ili
rc-ctly opposite ilell ,'. Hardin's, in
Delmont County, Ohio.
Where may be bond COMPLBTB assortment of
STOVas, OUATES, TIN tVAIMC. AC.
Anions lh Stoves may lie found the jtClna AIMighl
Cooking Stove, for either Wood or Coal, warranted to pur
form well: alao.the Hartley, llnterprise, and a great va
riety of Balloon, Salamander, Parlor ami Franklin Stoves,
aiioi which he will sell an aa good, or a little better
lerms than csn he had in the city of Wheeling, eilln-r al
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
For Cash or Country Produce.
if' N..H. Cood oi,i iron will i,t taken In exchange
fur goods. JAMKB 0, FBi .
Urulgeport, Ohio, Nov. "0, IBM.
sciiiesiuEer's Patent "Gntta Perolia Cout
rpiir. sober rlhar ig agent Par tttagg pen.. This goatlng
I- rrsisti Aqaa Fortis, and prevents oxidising iu the!
ink. Sold Iiy gioss or dox, Tho Trade end Teachers
supplied on til eral terms. J. II. WILLIAMS.
Bast. li. ISS8.
3 BOCIIE, Thibet, Bl'k and fancy Silk, Crape, Palm
lr Cashmere, and Lang and Square Shawls, guaran
tied to t.c tin, lii'l -mh-ilrd and rhrapcsl iu the city, to
I,,' round al the Cheap Wore, sign of
o,-t 1, ISM. OOLDSS BEE HIVE.
n It'll plain and Watered Silk Mantillas, Rich Vet
It. vets, all colors, Ithie Silk mid Satin, for
Mantillas, v. 1th lunges, lace and ti imiuings to tusKli, at
Ocl. 1, 85I, STON1J it THOMAS.
i f : PARK I I'll EPA UE f
rilO he astonished al the great difference Hit Cash ays
I leu, makes ot the Price of (joods.
I am now anaaiag Ihe largeal sluek of Dry Goods ever
offered al retail ill this city, and as I propose lellisg Iheu,
BNTIBELV FOB CASH
I am latartttlaed to oiler them fttguoh price, that every
body will he couvlneed il ia to their interest lo l.uy lor
Pgosraatmst iu part:
Fine Bleb lie I, antes, at V2.
Linen t'amhric llandkercliief., at 0.
Vard Wide elegant Chintz, at 19.
Good Black Alnai i as, at v2.
Good Jeans ami Batluetta, as low as lg.
Beat Piu Bleached alualln tntown.
Pllieat kind Ol Heit Flannels, '.'.1.
AlsoThe most elegant ami expensive Silks, Satins
ami Brocades, i'reuoh Cashmeres, lie l.aines, P.iuhroul
tries, Cloves, Hosiery, etc., ckc, all at much less prices
Ihau under the old system. j. s. BHODEs, i
Coshoru BulMtlnga, No. I.V.I, Main street
P. S. Cuods sent lo auv pari of the city free of charge;
md Store open until y o'clock at night.
Oct. a, law,
What a. ftp trill do.
IT will buy tin fullowiuy, il brought lo IhafJolden Bcc
BtttKI y'd Good Shirting check. J
51KJ0 " Fine Sea Island Muslin, tlio best you ever n
saw at Ihe price. t
9000 " M ...l.l.., styled print.. a
limn Crash, a
50 W hue Col. Hose. n
"0 " Embroidered A painted OaaibrU HMk'fs. f
A ml lots ol oilier flood., alaltpa y'd or piece. a
Oct. I, lew. BTONB A THOMAS. C
) CABBB of latest style, llonnels, llraid ami Silk, al
1 astonisliiugly low pin e.. Kihluiu, 'J rimming, I'
lowers, Chip, Shape, Wire, It I, Bounat Silks, Vet D
els, cvc. Jusl Bae'd al cJTONli dl THOMAS. C
Oct. I, IBM.
ItojV boots. ui
.... PMit ol bny'ethlek Uooib.
UU iso kip "
4d" " cslf "
Oct. 1, IBM. TOHII at DC VOL,
Ifli'itS Itoots. J
j,, PAIR men's Ihlck Hoets. )'
ffi 00 " g. iits 1
Just received, ,
'Ocl. 1, lfii. 'JOIIII & 0BVOL, Vj
Always In advance! "
t'R PallU Lal Bhawll were all soi,l last year, kul w
J we Ixav another style mi' o,f kert fftt ciiuie and i dl
leiheui. (.Hi 11.) Til: JOHNSTON, Jr., 10-J Main si. si
ItiltllOllsi. ICibbOIIS, Ac. la
Vl-'I'.W pieteaof Itihhoua whicli arc Ihe rage here .
now.ar on hand yet Bgjf price. Chinese. carfs, :a
ul lots oi other nice things, cheap lor cash call at
Oat. t, IBM, JOIINHTON'S, ItWMainsl.
lai'ty Dresses. I
XllllloN striped llrocade. and twisted silk Ores
L din l less than New York price., l.ighl colored
ace silk, always worn, ou .ale; cbeam-r ihan ou can
v them el.i'Whlieioaolling oil to quit call al
Oft, I, IS5S. JOHNSTONS."
truss Stall' HodB.
r Ho'.. Hi as. Hialr Roda, a Aral rate article, Just
, ) received, lluesu In waul 05 t cltetp ami good ar
le will ph'A.u l all.
Oct. I, IKW. J. C. H AItllOI'lt, ICI Main .1 J
g.oliiK IO t.ull!
JLACK, QrtMf t'lioto, Maroon, Mode ami Cherry
Frendi Merinos; at leva ,inco ih.ii Uiejr can lu
netit Kast tlit aaaana rnma and eca them. i
Kl. 1, i Til: J(IINHTON, Jr., &2 Main t. J
IhWI.H, rolHnrli .loths, Tailioni'a and Metropn
1 htan'a, anil other worsted lutHta. at your own iricet. , I
ie 'it-1 lu'ap, and tl vim don't believe tt, route and
.kattliein. Til: Jt)llNHTON, Jr., l. Mam at.
JU. I, lHtt.
tm Xvnr In uilvnntr.r!
il.oAKH, with ami without hiMda, hotiht at "Dtil Ait
' mm" 4'oak Eniuriuin, l.rodway, Nw York, the '; "
aal atylea at (Oct. I, WW.) JtHNBTt)N'et. Cftl
Tuble uml Pinno Covers. J
i ht ri'tt-ived a larae slock of French Knihoaaed
(Moth Covers, of ditlerrtit siaea and co'ura, aouie of
arior quality, which will I f sold low hy c
ll- 1, ISM. J. C. IIAKBOUR, 143 Mam at. 4
tK finO PIRCKS-Person. wanting Wall Paper, '
ntj)JJ will please hear II lu mind that the suh
rihera have Jnat received a stock of due and common
alt Pa- r. Bordering and Firescreens, not aurpaasod
I any in the city, in outlity and vttlrly. Prleeturt
, le lower than elsewhere. F.. I,. WII.OF, A CO
Wheeling, apr. 10, lHtS. cor. Main and Union sts. "
M'CLALLENS & KNOX, ,
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL DEALERS IN 1
rn BOOTS AND SHOES, ;
.JWs. ,,F:!' AD D0Y8' 1'AI'M hats, !
leather and finuihuj, at
the well Knows stand of the dio '
bk BO m nam m m
WH a,e now receiving from our eastern Manufactur
ing establishments, cine of the largest and best man
ifactured assortments of Moots snd Shoes. Ibr Spring
mil fiuuiiner War ever offered in Kill or any other mar
let. Tliey have been manufacture,! to order, accnrdni"
0 our own directi and are intended expressly for re"
ailing. To our regular customers, and all others who
nay favor us wilh a call, we can offer an unusually large
ariety or lloois and Shoes, whicli we guarantee euual
n quality of material and workmanship to those manu
aclured in this or any part of the United Slates Our
nock will he round to consist, in part, of the following
, "il1."' "PT' I riiu.DRFNs' aooraaa
I..1IH1 inset a call boots, I..W10 pair lancv bootees,
I.B00 men's goat hoots, J.IMKl kid di morocco "
1 .1)00 p'r men's kip hoots, LSnOcliildrens' pegged do
I.Utlll mrirshiiiracseal " 1,000 do joat do,'
m,:ns' neno.Ns. Misses Boitrtes in ni skins.
1.000 gou! brogans, r,00 Misses morocco lace,
UOOkip do 300 fa km do
HHI bull &. seal Iwo's, 3oo ,o calf do
1,000" thick do 300 d kid and mn.occo hits
nor. soicit, kins,
',00 p'r boya calf boots, 150 do black, blue and bron
00 do kip ,io sad gaiters,
WO do thick do MES AMI nova ext. IUTS.
Tonus nooi s. -loo don man'aaSd buys' palm
ion p'rvoalaa calf hoots, palm lists or every style and
100 do kip d. quality.
uo do nock do. taatnaa,
snvs Ac v'tiis aaooas. Skoe Knilngt unit Shoe Slor.li.
um hoys kip brogans, Oonetaatlt'onhand.alargeand
500 do calf do well selected assortment of
SOO do thick do shoe slock ami findings, flat
1 .IKK) youths kip do Spanish Sole Leather, Upper
SOO do calf do Leather, Calf and Morocco
S90 do thick do Skins; Kid Lining and bind
SONAR LACS noors. ing Skins.
1 ,500 woman,' goat lace also
IIIIKI do calf do Lasts, Doot Tri es. ShonThread,
'00 do kid do Shoe Nails, Pegs, Tacks,
I 0 do kip do limit Wehh, Awl Blade,
rroMSSl o.n tRs,' half Knives. Halts Pinchers, Ham
gaiTge un j l n r Ritrs, Rasps, Shoe Lacers die,
uaaa, Also.au aasorttnant or allppars
JOO p r wntuans gaiters, and Jenny Linda, the most
to do half gaiters, approved alvles of French
M0 do walling shoes, rioot and Shoe Kit; Lace
100 do pegged buskins, Leather lor sewing hells, etc.;
MO do kid btrakln flips, 20 dog Hccr Skins; 50 sides
Alum Tanned Cowhides,
Thank in I lor the liberal patronage heretofore extended
lo 11 s, sre solicit a continuance or the same.
epr.23, 18M. M'CLALLUNS At KNOX.
esACrt PAIRS Ccutlemens' flonts, assorted,
'Jw l-M do do Cotignes do
l-jl'O do do llrogaus do
I"''", do do Cailers. do
Wl do do Enameled Shoos,
50 do do Jersey Ties.
aprgft,'8, TIN-LB marsh
Engllah At Amcricau Table Cutltiry.
JI'st ree'd direct front the mannfaetnrera, an exien
sne usnrtmenl of TABT,E O0TLBB V of various
styles ami qualities, which for cheapness cannot be
equalled In the city, t. B WEEN BY i son.
Wheeling, Jon is, ifN.
T3 ECPIVED this dsv, another let of lleebe Co'l
I t Spring stvle of Silk Hats. Those wishing the real
Deelie hat itself Srlll ir, . ca al ,'o. nil, comer Main
and Union st. s. D. UA-PEA.
W heeling, apr. 16, 185?.
TllllSC Indleidlial wishing head coverings will please
callalS. I). HARPER'S wholesale and retail Hat
and Cap establishment, eoarner Mam ami ITnlon st..,
before purchasing ,'lscwliere, as 1 always keep the anove
named artietne, iu huge quantities, thereby enabling all
lo uiakb gaod seleetloua, s. u. harpkii.
WINDOW DLINDS Jusl nnenad a hecvy slock of
wide paper Tor Window lllinds, or sale wholesale
and retail, at the lowest rates.
WheeHng.apr. 10, IMS. E. L. WILDE A CO.
0 QQO fAIBS Children's Shoes and boots, as-
jt, borlc-d colors and sizes.
apr 30 'n. TINCI.I'. a HAB8II.
T. SWKi;iEV & BON,
No. 65, Main Street, Whtcliny, Va.
ARE now adding lo their Slock, (fred tare,) a
splendid lot of FIll'.Nt'll A ENOLISll CHINA
aUEENBWABB, MANTLE ORNAMENTS, VASES
JEWEL CASES, CARD HACKS. 'II IV SETTS, etc!
elc, imporled Irom Aral hands, of the latest and most
desirable styles, uml Which they are prepared lo aeli as
low as any Rest m House.
Wheeling, Junu IS, Is i,
Just tt col veil--
-' l?l!"M Boon, New York and Philadelphia,!
Sihl U": SMIoWllH large and elegant stock of
r KL nl"1 Sl"" s, l.ealher, etc., in pari of which
tis tlie following;
5110 paira Ladlg' Kid Jenny Lind,
104B do do do Biiakla.
IW do do do Patodl Ties,
50 do do do Excelsior,
P0-J Jo do Ties,
SO do do Hungarian Ties,
"05 do do Caters assorted,
MI5 do do Ladle Boot assorted
. April 'J3 TINtlLU e. MARSH, I
0ft BAT INDUCEMENT AT T11K
NEW WHOLESALE & RETAIL
CLOTHING STORE. i
'o. 7, Monroe, belweeu Main and Water sis., Wheeling
1 J ESPECTEl'I.LV r. unices lo the Citizen, or rii l
It, I, nun county, that he is now opening a larger ami
lore teneral asmrtuieut ol all kindaof READV mahe
I.O'I'III J, than has ever been hroughl lo this city,
ml he i prepared t sell the same S3 per cent rhrj pet than'
ny other establishment this sole ol ihe Eastern Cities
is.ilily can. Amongst which ntav be found lllack Clotli J
rock. Dross aild sack Coals, Hlil'o Cloth I'rock, Dress 1
ml Back Coats, Brown Clotli l'rock, Hns ami Sack
oats, Caselmere, Casbmerett, Ttveed ami Linen, to 11
ither with a largo aaaortmanj of Su cr Coats. l . 1
A LOONS, lllack Clotli and Doeskin Pants, fancy "
asalwer, Saliuelt.Corderoy, Tweed, Cotton Linen and
.'line Pains. etc. VESTS, of every variety and styles, j 0
UBNISIIINa conns, inebgs flue sinus, LTndershlrts 11
rawer., Neck and I'ocknl llandkcl chiefs, Umbrellas, "
aepal Hag, Pocket Hunks, dec. c
The public are reepectrali) invited to call and examine 1
' stock and prues. ami then judge for Ihemselvc. Re- 1
ember lb place No. 7, Monro street.
apr an, 'j.'. J. SONNEIIORN. ,
Eitviiki-)- Depot Iteinovcd,
ItEW rut ii. i
AS. II. cMECIIEV, having associated wilh blat la
the Periodical business, Mr. Andrew Morrow, ol a
tlshurgh, Ihe establishment will he removed. onor about 1
e 1st Of July, to one ot tho rooms under the McLure I'
EHIBe opposite tbs Pnstoitice, when the business will 'I
carried on under the names of .Mc.Mechen ,v Morrow.
r. Morrov i avtug been heretotore engaged iu the sate
id delivery of O, Virtues, ami J. I' Tallis Sl Co's lllus
xtd Puhllcatlons, thl bttsl ia will hereafter ha mer- P1
d in Hie Literary Depot, am. the same works will ho
Itvarad to subscribers, or at 111 Depot, as they may de
re. Mr. Mc.Mechen, feeling gralelnllo bis cu.loineis
r past favois, would Hohcila COtttlnuanea ol the pal S
uage it, hehalt ol the new lirm. Every pains will be
ken lo g.ve entire .alislactiun. ;
As il wilt be necessary lo lose up the business of the ,
le concern Hum. wlln knuv tin elves lo be indebted ,,
the same, are respectfully requested to call and settle. .,
July ti, IWW. McMBOHBN 4k MoRIKiW. 1
Slid pairs Mises J. i ny Lind Hoots assorted,
.10 do do Sioomer. do -I
IM do do tiu.kin Soots do ol
Inn do do du Tipl.
ggtUM ti viii.E a. MB Kll la
'APS, CAPS Jual received a eood aaaortment ot
' Ma .Trtvelhug Hair Cloth Caps a new article.
Wheeling, apr. 10. I -'J S. D. II A It PER.
h-d Irogg. l
I'ST RECEI V EH-!!3tKI u Sheet I ron. No. J and 87 CI
autlable lor the Slove bu.ines., tor .ale hy ' .
CEO. W. JDIINSON. Pr
IB Bk, VNM, 171) Market .quare. Hi
- . I.,
I'ST received a lol or Men's Drsb Cloth Caps, f the
most epproved sl) le. and pallar.ua.
A'heelmg.apr. 10, IHii. 8. D. HARPER.
ODO', huckelajust received and for sale at No. 75
Mainsl. (apr 30, '51.) S. C, ROBINSON.
AM now receiving daily, my I' all it Winter stork of I
Carpel., Rugs. Oil Clolha.CurtainCoode, Trimmings, ohl
. die. My alnck Is laree and has been selected with Su
al care, and v ill ht .old a. low as the same gocsla i,n
i lit got in any other market. Those dgai roll Of see '
nine ol Ihe prettiest Cariiets and Rugs ever orTerrd "'
his , oi will call at n. i, Maiu airest, rol
)ci. l, inas. j. c. iiaroour.
Muvc yotir Carpets. f$
lu, Skeleton Mais, together with e great variety u.
of other d,ujt .Mat., in. i leceivejl and will he .old
y low by tct. 1, ItM) t. J. HAKBOUB.
E. E. W HJM ft CO.
IOOKSELLKR8 AND STATIONERS.
CORSKR OF NAIS A N li USIOS STRFCTS,
apr. 16, 'S3. Wheeling, Va.
toBox t. tMsis, Janes e. m.rsu b
V are now opening, at No. 20, Monroe street. Wheeling,
'a., a large and verv elegant asaurtmetit of BOOTS, a
'HOES, SOLE LEATHER, Ac, purchased in RnMon,
law Torkand Philailelpliia, ull al which we will offer
0 our h if-ml. gnd ciistumers, upon the very best terms,
tiller Wholesale or Retail, our stock being all entirely
'rcah ami New, and of the most Kaibionahle style and
'inlsh, and from the liesl Manufacturers i n the East, we
hoik we ca- od'er inducements lo all those who ma)
avor us wilh a call, iu any thing pertaining to our line
il busiiicss. TINGLE ot MARSH.
. N heeling, apr. 10, 1P.VJ.
1 1.1 illttv,"
"ossttt or Main and Ci.av ?t..xts, Wmt-gSa, Vx. !
WAREHOUSE ON MARKET SQUARE,
(Sign of the Plow.)
VF;-AR ?f manulacturing a superior artlclo ol
I'gg I o';"is",ll .IV' H!"'H Hilar wootl or coal
l.gg stoves all Bragg and prices, ami of the latest and
HlLm'!1"" "",lrr""', f""" this es'tlMhment1'''1-'11-
i ?i , ,. ",rkct ',r,ce 8ivc ror "W metal.
"'r 3"' ' "-; R A W M.
WA EE PAPElSPJliu STOCK.
JlTr'6'?'' !" t',l",'"'r'" "ook "' Oil Main atreet,
tVALI PA.Blf,IC',ii?f,k American and French
ALL I APEIl and IIOKHEIUNC. of the best ouaHtv
1 Kffi einonelhelirst , kiT S
E dm' " srctuviled to call ami examine lot
Ab. 154, Main street, Wheeling Va.,
S now receiving a LA IICE LOT OF CARPETS
apr. 10, leioil.
Wcw Cooking Stovrs.
C' ,a,nTr for ProSifl "V? n ' ""l-roved
v pattern Tor at oalt ook ing Stove to which thevivou 1,1
laelta tha candid attUtln of their cu..omecs -a,".' u!e
andh-s-M- "eAl BddBr on-Siat much less fuel,
ami has all the appurtenances necessary to a colon It,
"' WheelM-iepr W,:'!,-".'
prllig styles ol Silk linns for 1 S3..
THE FIRST IN MARKET.
WHEAT & CHAPLlNjT
3Sf Tr tv WHEELING, VA.
-SiCW 'noi.asr. ontieRs in notions,
'VV'SV-'".- L ANO a Lass books, 11,1,1,
' ''' " papkrs, waiTiNo sapkh.. cdtlkb.
.KV, AND All. SMALL AlllTCLtS BOPOS. UY
-r cofsrnv mkiiciiants.
1 0 000 oL?-0?! LWe" ,'""'r of everv grade;
u,u w Velve and Common norders; Plain fJiaaed
C.reei, ami Shaded Window Curtains
Transparent Oil Shade,
Fire Screens, ore, now receiving.
We buy that goods rr the Manufacturer, ami ,in,
whoLalLa11 BT60K LOU' VUK " " "
(grl)on't buy before seeing our Slock r-Ji
aprll , 1809. wheat ciiapi.inT
rnilE cheapest Alpaca, iu America Finn alpaca all
X colors Worth 37J at S, beautlfnl figured black do
worth .ill els. at ft?, rich ligurcd Alpaca Brocade lor trav
idling Dresses, worth (ft al'-Vno 31 ct., and lots of Goods
al amazingly low prices. At the
CUI.DEN REE HIVE STORE,
P" PtSttt. No. 174 Main Street Wheeling,
Union Street Chair Factory.
CHE A I FOR CASH.
-jutj. ritiii: UBSCBfBBBwe.ldtakathlieih.
TT II -1-oil oi inturming his Iriends that he leels
ISO'tli graietui fortholr past liberal patronage, and
sgn w""1'1 '"'"nil the public that lie has a large
ltV'trr '"' we" M1de stock, and continual to!
II 111 mana aetnre all the most modern and lm-!
w proved style, of cliairs, consisting of cane i
" and wood seats, Vlenah, French, frot, col
lage ami common chairs. Sociables, settees, Uuston rock
ers, small chairs, slools, ate., -c.
(All work warranted.)
v .. WM. RI II ELD A rT BB.
No.il. Lnionsl. Wliceling, Va.
- M-JIJtO'WA X-wm
mmi subscriber respectfully informs hit bid friends
and cn.tomers that he has removed lu. numulaclorv
r!"" ,'.'' '" "! H,rke' 9ar, where he is pi epar-;
'd to till all orders pi his line ol business. I
On hand, a large assortment ol Copper Kettles. Tin,''
l are la all its varieties either oil hand or made to or- I
far at short uoticc. Particular attention paid lo House
Work, Colters, Spuming, etc.
Sheet Iron Work made loonier. Lead Pipe, Hydrants '
u., always ,i hand. Hydrant repairing allendcd to
nth despatch, Persons wanting anything in toe above!'
me would do well to call and examine the quality and : 1
rices hclore purchasing:. QUO, Wl-JOHNSON i
pr So, raSS. 170 Marketequare.
Market Street Chair Shop. i
WM. II. SEAMAN. I
I A Nl'FACTl' It ER of Chairs, Settees, Sociables!'
1 Stools, etc.. No. 1(10, .Market st., would respectfully i
lllnrm hi. Irieuds, ami puldic generally, that he naatiu- )
ctun s ami keeps on hand, a large and good assortment '
I settees, chairs, sociables, stools, etc., of all kinds. II, I
dclermill.il by buying his .lock al Hie luwe.t whole- !
ale prices, to make torn hesl work ami sell al the very ! I
iwc.t prices, ill. stock ol chairs, selleca, sociables, i
rm-cbair., rockiug-chairs, children's chair., counting- i
OUSe stools, otlice chairs, writing and revolving chairs, c
nd arm chair, or all kinds, is unusually ;largo ami pri
es exceedingly low. (live him a call and you will find
rat .Market street is the place lo buy, both in prico and
uality. Wheeling, apr 3D IKW. j
ADDLES, IIAKNESS A, 'l it (Ma
r A 1 HAVS now-on hands au excellent assort- ?,
ifSfln. 1 '"out of articles in mv line of business:!!!
P' "s consisting hi purl, ul Fine and Com. Carriage I !
ml wsgott Harness, Ladies ami OentlementSaueleS. Hard ; 1
eallier ami Wood Sox Trunks and Valises; Collar., h
UM, TtaV chains, !.,,, and lashts or all kind, and I !,
iSlftiaa. I am also prepared to make any tiling in my f 1
ne al short notice, and of good material and workman- f.
The above articles are offered Tor sale for cash at small f:
rath al No. lot) Mam Slrecl, Old stand. '"
apr aU, 'i-'. WM. M1NC NICOLL. E
pi'lui; uml Stiiiiiiior Huts . Cups.
iH'F.IVED il. i- day a fine .lock of Spring and Sum
nier Hat mmpri.ing tu part the following kind.:
'aiiaui Leghorn, Pedal, English Luton, Alhon, China
I'arl, and every kind worn during the summer season in
,11 and seelhom. 8. D. 11AUPER. Ik
g. q. iioitiM,
BTUKMfl hi tliauks to Ium oiwUintl an. I the mibik 111
- in kouonkli I-. pnii' favoi .- iul muIil its a tout i nun m c
putiltc MgN-N-g-L H'' latt nuw a fair utoek mi liajiit.
U0 ktgs CMicinntiti and ' it .-t . it r pur. Wiiil. Ittatl, or
li ' '; Linacfld Oil country make, p
;mM) bOIflt Winilow t.Ki-- of all RlBMg t
I1-1 Wiiuluw S(t.-.iic, ulaHMfii and painted,
J000 light Wiudow mahIi ot vtriuunii.ii. Ii
DRY I'tlM ll
bill Lead, H d Umii, ft
m--i.m . ii, Vi'iiitian Ked,
itonle do, l.ithrr,t(it W
lo yellow, ChintBi. Vermillion, m
utt-ian Hlua, Am do '
1 1 Mltu k, Turkey lTmber, lump,
lophlack, . do hiirntand puw, xl
ri prtitil Vctlotv Orhre, '
I .ook i.ik tl ..-.' of Ttrfona nises, do plates, '
lOI But k-iv. jtiHt reci-ivnl. W
U the alKtve arta le. will he kept constantly on hand Sa
d Hold at reduced prircM. Ar
Main mi. (75) oppo-ite Melodeon Uuildm. Ja
tVh.'elittR, apr 30, IMtf. "
UK ("ubssriher takes this method of informing his u
friend, and the public, thai he ha. removed irom his 'Pa
land, So. ISO to No. HI, M AIN 8TKEKT, (Cnion Jm
idling.,) 4 door, below Mourwc slreel, where he ia Isa
il, i eil lu eihil.il hi. I., g,- .lock of laahionahle and J. 1
II made FCRNITl'RK, tonatetlni of Plain and Pa'
sgglag Rnroaus, aecretanes and Book Cases, Ward Jai
es, lleadsteada iu their variety. Card, Dining and R, I
akfa.t Ta',1,-., Work and Wash Stands, Looking R. I
lsk'., Mahogany Chairs, Solas, Divans, Ottomans ate A
10, a larje slock or Windsor Chairs of various pal'
us, for iKSUly and durability, ia n.d surpassed in the
Ji.U.-IAU CI BN8. 'iv
Vhaetlag, pr. Id, UU. ' J,
Binghnm'H Transportfition Line.
I1F.TWEEN PITTfHICnrill dc TDK BASTERlf
1 HE CAN A I. Iieing now open, w are reads I o reeetr
ml foiwsrd proinp 17, Piudnesaud Jlonbte diat
Frei7lita ilways at the lowest rates charged bv reasona
e ,lng, . '
Produce and Merrliamllr.e will be received and fbrward
I east and west, without any clia'ge flir forwarding r ad
Slicing freight, commission, 01 storage.
Hills of Lauding forwarded, and all direction faithfully
Llcmlcd to, addreas or apply to
WM. IIINOHAM i CO., Cansl Rasln,
Com, r Ubcrly end Wavuesls., Pittsburgh. .
HINftllAM cV Do(K,lil3 Markets", bet we an
-Poarth ami Firth ats., Philadelphia. ' -"
J AMErt WILHON, Agent, No. isi
North Street, Baltimore.
JAMES DINOIIAM.No 10 West street.
Aprils, lv N.wY.rg.
""'' JU" -gDC DBVOf,.
. Yoiillisj BroKnns.
Ic(l PAttl youth', thick nrngans.
1-V l-'u kip
On 1 lew Ju ilreceived,
. rt' TODD A DETBf..
Bl! l, y ilailcirnwiue, purcJlllcegrape'.M warranTI
pure.ju.trec'd.t (SeptiT.) "tSgaa-M.
Appollo Building, North-wet corner 5th ami
Walnut, Cincinnati. O.
Incorporated 18 is.
rets r.ci,, .s j atTrr"!" as
'P'alifying i..d,vid,,2 ' a ? ' t'l "'' M
lor the Counting Boom aM(l b..rVr-5lflr? '
nork.Kcepig by Double Etr.
A complete practical course of jiiBtrnrti,
the art of keeping scientilicall v lm 1 , 111 " Blvcn '1
Ihe different 'department "',' yJ '"!:'c ""ks In
Manuructures, cotnpreheudiiis . iu"imorce ami
monj the inos eminent wf.hm.n?1 '!! ""
nallyor iu partnership, in h i, p .. 1 '''T" "idivld-
or adverse in the pu, c ,i e an, sal.' or ""' ''r0,rro" " ""
wholesale and retail, importi i ., 1 ""'"bandise at
awn account on t-mmSSS'o? SfuSSSSS1, If lUoit
chiding speculation In Block, ii J " .' "I'ulation, ,
Bteatnhoatlng, Bank, laconuie n !'. ""
Joint stock ,d VhrZTmtl
bntifftea .very variety nr
improved niethod.7e,? r L JfSC ,0 ''
titration of JM," -, J-,Jualion,, Jtr-
Technicalities am, P,Z ' Zgl .. "-rt""
Invoices, Account Sales, Bill, ofExchaii.e, .f"
One hour daily is devoteil in ,
Btyla of businei. J h-Teoml ton "7 , a "-",!m'ia
thorough command of bait I an ne n i. ',!Cjo1" with ,
trance with ease ami npmyfV&Wa ?
beauly of construction. pcrlect MiblUtjl wilh
Commercial Law nn.l Political Economy
ttS .rrvoTathnti'Mr' P".
operations of commerce ami practic. "7' ''a"1
embracing the subject of AXwJhlw v trad.,
gent, Negotiable instruments -1,1 i'r, ".C,K" a"'1 A
dec; also on the l.,vs l "f " I Veaith c u'rr nie' '!""r".
domestic Eichanges, Credit Pr ,'rt T ?,! ' Ior,''f snd
lernatlonal Trade. ' ' 1 '"" '"Icrc.t, Wages, Ij,.
Jtjm course can be completed in from eight tweva
Terms for the Mercantile-course 810
fSESSS, - Ht",io"".-' I'inio,,,. ;
A knowiedgo or the ordinary Fnpli i. 1
jff Preparatory ScS " is
I he business acquaintance of lh. t, ,
Him 10 render ySSSSS to , WUB MgjJ '"''"
nations on grailualing 10 procur. .It.
to'Slpe? wele"k". "L' ",Si"C" " P from
D,hm,. unacal he
ITrilATEVER cnnceriHthe health and blpplnea el
T l a people is at all times ul the most valuable iuin.r
lance I take it lor granted that every perso. w II d.
all in heir power, to save the lives ol their childre, , and
that every person will endeavor 10 promote llicir oiva
health ul .11 sacrilice. 1 M i, , , 1T ,,,.. , s'o,,mn
y assure you Unit WORMS, according'.,, u,, opln o, .1
I he mosl celelirated Pliyaicians. are the primary case,
ol a laige majority of diseases lo which children and
adults are Halile; ir yo mv ,tUe " gj
ehangealile from one kind of food to another, Bad BraaUh
I am in the Stomach, Picking at the Nose. Hardness a,
Fullness ol the llelly, Dry Cough, BIQW l'evm i'ul.e "
regular remember that all these denote Wouvs and
you should at once apply the remedy '
llOJiEiYSACK'sS WOltm SVRVF.
All article founded upon scientific Principles com
luiuuiled with purely yegetahle substances, Leing ne.
leu iy tare when taken ,d,ln hegVen to the must BL.
ler l.ilaut will, decided beu.flclal ell'ect, where Bow.
'oiiip amis and Diarrhu a have made the,, veakTnd
lebili uted iba Tonic propertlesof my Worm BiSJSSl
uich, that ,t stands ilhoui an eipial if, the c" uSSSi of
nedlclne.,In giving tone and strongth to the LttoViiih
ivhicl, makes ,t Inmli.ble remedy r, those ," "h
J lib Dyspepsia, the astonishing cures performed I v J
syrup .Her Physicians have failed, I, ihe be. ev dencl
tt lis SUperlOl efficacy overall oihcrs. sviuenc
This is the most difficult Worm to destroy ,,f all that
iifbs the human system. It grows to ui almost ind'-ti a.
enith beoominj so coiled ami ateMd n the lieet
ind Sloinach enectln. the health so sadly , , ' S?
r-ita Dance, Fits, ate, that those affile ed s" Io n ,, oVlr
uspectlhat ,1 is Tape Worm hastening IbaTlOU eJhr
rave. In order to destroy tin, WormT a very enereei l
realinent must he iiur.ned, ,t would therefore boTr.oe?
n take Olo dor my Liver Pills so as to remove all Sf,
truettons, that the Worm By nip may act irCc
he Won,,, which must be lake'n i n doses of Table
pooulull, 3 times a day, these directum, lolloivcd h...
llobciiisack'ti Liver Pills.
No part of Hie system is more liable to disease than tli
,I1.R it serving as a rtlterer to nurTfy the blood or
ivmg the proper secretion to the bile; ,0 that env ,1,01,.
ctldnM the l.iverellect.the other iniporlanl na t. of
.e.ystem, and result, variously. i ,,'lvcr "
aUhdUe, 6y.pep.la, c. We ibottld, therefor" wa r ,'
very syuiit thai might indicate a wrong art on .
e f.iver. Those Pill, being composed o it" ,, 'IN
I. ANTS furnished hy nalure to heal the .,ck Namelf
t. An tXPECTDUANT, which auguic ,,! ' !
on ,ou, the I'u huonary mucos meinhrane or pro,, me.
le di.tharge of secicliid matter. -.m An 41 r, "il l
n E, which change, in some iaMpUMUg and .nicV
Hi Bf"".' Sf" "Wrtrtd actio ol the system 7 ,
ONIC which give, tone snd strength to tb e,vou.
siefj renewing health and vigor 10 aU nart. or if!
A CATHARTIC, which act. taZrtaf
ony with the other ingredients, and operatmg o ha
owels and e.x)ielling the whole mass, of corrun .J
Hated matter, and pun lying the lllood, which
scase and re.lotes health. ucairoyt
You will find these Pill, an invaluable medicine ,
any complaint! 10 which you are subject ?
,11s either total or partial, they l-aveleen ft, unS of
Hinable hene.il, res.ormg ,he,r lunclioli." .,,..,:
,'iits tu a healthy a, lion, purifklng the blood ,d "the.
mis so ellectually to pul lo (light all complaints whi, li
ay anse Iroui leiuale irregula, itie., as headache .id
ness, dimneas ol sight pain in tho side, back ore'
Nono genuine unless signed J.N. llobciuack all alh
s being ease Imitations. '
II , tgwtl v. i.hing new supplies, and Stnra Keen.r.
"', 5 1'!!,,'"!',"""" addFgag lb. Pro, ri
r, J. N. lloliens.ck, I'lul.delphia, ra. 1 lr
. J.MV. n.ssa, Wheeling, T.
' "' lKatgaa, Pnw,ur.b ri.
a.ier nllm., Pl. Clairsville '
Ale,. nder, rt0 '
itjou Stringer, West Wheeling,
II. Androws, B.ll.ir
B. t llson, Cenlreville,
T . Mil fel l Jcolhu,f,
P. Miles d, Bon, "imilll..
""SflL '" B.rne.v,l..
m. II. lolger, 0
matron, j Powh.tte,, ft.
uesl-von, Lyon's Mill. '
ch.el II.Hiii.h, jr..i wittrn.
igefcl l.k.. Lloydsville.
pheu Creg g, ,0
Iboit a Murphy, Ilcndrvshurg.
' Ah Reck Hill,
V. Street, Ple.a.nin.-
i.e. Donlnti., Ilinton, '
i ,"'""- Pine (),,.,
lEo.Nct.a Wrlghl'.UdlaaTegettki, pn,,