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WTran*d?nt advertisements cash in advance. marriages and Funeral Notices, 75 c1>.,when under six hues. Mirnple announcements of Deaths, gratis ttw No notloe will be taken or communlcitlons not accompanied by a responsible name. The name will be considered confidential, but must in all cases accompany letters as a guarantee of good faith. umCE: MO. IB Ulllstl STEKET. | FKKW, HAGANB & HALL. raormcTua.. TUl'RSDAT SIOKSIX), MAT 0. The Washington Republican Bays Senator Sumner does not apper to be at all troubled by the critiaisins In the English Cabinet and the English press upon his speech. lie can well afford to let the British lion roar. There is no daugerofwar, and this Mr. Sumnerknowa. He has told the British people and government many wholesome troths, truths that will do them good, and such an will bear fruit. ? ? We have just learned (from llie Cincinnati Chronicle) where Gen. Samuel I'Vutou Cary obtained the military title which was so much displayed on Democratic handbills lael Summer. Ue was tiuartermaster General under Ooy. Bebb, in the stirring days when Ohio was contributing volunteers to the Metican war?that is Q. M. G. to the militia who staid at home. It was in this dangerous service that he first put the horny hand to the public plough and became a workingman. Oen. C. is talked of for Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio. IN a recent conversation between the President and several gentlemen respecting affairs in the Island of Cuba, the President, it is said, stated that the Spanish authorises had acceded to every request made by our government where the rights of persons or property of American citizens were Involved, and that the Spanish authorities were very confident of their ability to speedily put an end to the Insurrection ; on the other hand, he said the government had been informed by the insurgents through our agents now in Cuba, that they would eventually succeed in their revolution, although months might pass ere they accomplished it. The President, therefore, according to present advices, is opposed to taking any steps looking to an interference either on one side or the other in the struggle now going on in the island. luiportnut Financial Measure. The Washington Chronicle of Tuesday announces that Secretary Boutwell will soon inaugurate the enforcement of the act of 1802, authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to set apart a portion of the public revenue for a sinking fund to pay off the public debt. This law has beeu on the statute books nearly seven years, and, while it is discretionary, has never beeu complied with, owing to the large expenditures and decreased revenue of the Govern ment. The reduced appropriations and contemplated reduced expenditures for the new fiscal year, give reasonable assurance that a finking fund can be created from July 1. Either this means that the Treasury 13 to be more capably and prudently administered by Mr. Boutwell, or that the advent of President Grant has been accompanied by a marked improvement in the tiuancial situation of the Government. ConfcOHtfatlnn ?1 WttHtilnBton aud JefferHon Coltcgc. A warm discussion has been in progress sometime in Washington and Canonsburg, Pa., over the consolidation of Washington and Jefferson College and the location of the united institution dv Washington. The Legislature of Pennsylvania some time since passed a supplement to the charter of the College, authorizing a consolidation of all its departments at one place?a portion of the college buildings and of the departmentsof theinstitution beingat Canons burg and a oortion at Washington. Acting under this supplement the board of trustees recently determined to remove the Canonsburg departments,and to make Washington the location ol'the consolidated college. The good people of Canonsburg are very earnestly opposed to the removal. They claim that the charter of the College provides that the College proper, excepting the Freshman class, should beat Canonsburg, and that the supplement ment changing the whole intent of the charter is unconstitutional; that the College buildings at Canonsburg are more valnable and the endowment fund of Jefferson larger than those of Washington; that Canonsburg is equally accessible and the society better, there being, according to liev. F. J. Collier, "not a grogshop, billiard room, theatre, gambling den, or house of bad repute in the whole town." A writer In the Reporter claims that the action of the trustees removing to Washington was procured by "intrigue, bribery or false pretense." Oa the other band the Washingtonlans maintain the superiority of their place for the College, and assert that the action of the trustees was fair and honorable. And meanwhile the wordy war goes on and the Canonsburghers, though defeated, are not dismayed. Chief Justice Chase in opening the United States Court at Richmond, Monday, dispensed with the iron-clad oath. TWFJITy DOLL&B8 A WEEK. "What la the use of spending time or of bothering one's brains about how to uae an income bo absurdly small as twenty dollars a week? Starve and go ragged, I would, If that were my allowance." ThuB Mr. Adolphus Bankstock, Jr., when I mildly asked a snggestion from him as to the best method of husbanding my means. I knew the Senior Bankstock was no child of fortune; that he had hewn his way to great wealth from extreme poverty, and I thought the son might know the strokes wherewith this pathway was made; but I found the early straggles of his father were not an agreeable subject of conversation for Adolphus, and X gave up my hope of learning that particular way to wealth. So the problem remained for me to solve, as it does for thousands of others who have not the good fortune to be born into the world as Adolphus Bankstock, Jr., was, "with a silver spoon in his mouth." I set about its solution, not with a hope of reaching the point gained by the elder Bankstock, but with a purpose to make the most out of what seemed to be my hard fate. I was the "head" of a family, consisting of myself, a wife,and two "bairns." To have been the incumbent of the Presidential chair itself could have scarcely incited me to a more thorough study of the "duty of the hour" than I gave to my affairs. I called to my asBiBtance my Cabinet?consisting of a single member, whose place is secure from the operation of all Tenure~ofOfHce laws, except the law which Axes the tenure of life?and, together, we?I mean my wile and myself?agreed upon a financial policy. I was the President of a little republic, with a lixed revenue of twenty dollars a week. This was to be administered wisely for the "publio" good. I am now recording my experience, hoping it may benefit others similarly situated. It has been three years since Adolphusdeclined to entertain my question. Theu I owned no spot of earth; now I sit under my own vine and fig-tree; and in these three years my family naB not "starved." neither have we "gone ragged." Blessed with health, and rigidly following the policy at tirst agreed upon by a President and Cabinet, we now enjoy the fruits ol our labor; I am aware that (here can be no absolute rule to determine the actual cost ot living, because of the variation in price ot the necessaries of life at different times and places; bat if one has before him the cost of living, in a certain case, he can easy calculate the necessary coat in his case. We began by experiment for a few weeks to ascertain on how little we could com ortably live, and then we established oar rules, which were as inflexible as the laws of the Medes and Persians. House-rent was the chief item of expense, and it was a regular charge. We took a comfortable cottage in the suburbs, where pure air and plenty of elbow-room for the littleones effectually guarded us from the visits of the dear doctor, and from the presentation of his unwelcome bills. For this place wo paid a rental of fifteen dollars a month. For fuel we laid aside weekly, during the winter months, one dollar and a half. Butter (we used it without limit almost) was the most expensive article of our diet, costing us two dollars a week; In this, however, wo included the cost of the pint of milk we used each day. For meats we allowed one dollar; for llour, seventy-five cents; for coffee, sugar and tea, seventycents; for vegetables, etc., fifty cents; for washing, one dollar; and for sundries not enumerated,seventy-five cents. We had room in our lot to keep chickens, and thuB we obtained our Bupply of eggs without apparent cost. Summing up we have the following as the actual cost of living for one week: House-rent So 75 Butter aud milk 2 0i) Fuel 1 60 Washing UK) Meillti 1.00 ColTee, KUg:ir, autl tea. 75 Ve&etabits 5*J blour 75 tjuiidries 75 Tola! 812.10 Upon this basis we fixed our rule, and while weullowed variations among the items of expenditure, as our taste indicated or as circumstances permitted, we nfve allowed tha total cost ol living in any week to exceed twelve dollars. Out of the remaining eight dollars I invariably deposited live eaoh wetk in the savings band, and wiUi the remaining three dollars we constituted a fund for clothing and other necessary expenses. Our allowance for living expenses was abundant, because the estimate was made when prices were nearly at their highest. In summer time thefuel fund was more than Bufiicient, and we transferred it to a fund for the preparation of canned fruits and vegetables for winter. Any school boy can tell what five dollars a week will produce in three years when deposited weekly in a savings bank which allows five per cent interest. Witbthissuw?amounting to something over $800?X have nearly paid for my "vine and fig-tree," in the salubrious.suburbs of a growing city, where I hope, ere I die, to see the vulue of my property greatly enhanced. Looking over my three years' administration of the affairs oi my little republic I find its chief merit to consist in the early adoption of a sound financial policy, and a firm adherence thereto. Iu other words, 1 have lived upon twenty dollars a week, supported my family, and procured a home in three years, because I adhered to a plan, instead of wasting my money in haphazard expenditures. The question of the date of the birth of the first Napoleon is revived, by the letter of the present Emperor recommending the commemoration of the centenary of that event. Louis Napoleon says that his uncle was born August 15, 17(19; but, (soys an English writer,) it has been very commonly believed that he was really born in the previous year, 17tx>. The reason which induced Napoleon I. to wisl^ that his birth should be regarded as having taken place in 1769 was this: If he was born iu 17CS he was not born a Frenchman, for Corsica was not annexed to France till the following year. The question was lonnerly disputed with vehemence and party zeal; and we fear that even in France itBelf, it will not be considered as settled even by the decision of His Imperial Majesty, who now governs the French intellect as well as the French army. Tfie New York Legislature has passed a much-needed law regulating the sale of drugs. It prohibits any person preparing any medical prescription in a drug store unless he has served two years' apprenticeship in a drug store, or is a graduate of a medical college, or a college of pharmacy. The bill pro vides heavy penalties for its violation, and in certain cases it punishes with great severity. A Wasiiisoton letter writer reports that recently an Ohio Congressman received a petition signed by 300 persons, asking the appointment of a woman as Postmaster, and three days later bad received twenty-five confidential letters from the signers, informing him that she was not fit for the place, and that they had not the courage to reluso to sign her papers. The late Charles o. Kogers, of the Boston Journal, lelt a very large estate, near a million and a quarter, but much of it the rsult of fortunate real estate investments. The Journal is estimated as worth half a million, of which he owned eight tenths, the other two tenths belonging to William A. Clapp and S. N. Stockwell, the working editors and managers. _ The Bishops or the Methodist Church South, will meet in convention at St. Lonis this week. The proceedings will be private. Dos Piatt is making arrangements for the publication in book form of his Washington letters to the Cincinnati Commercial. Among the new round hats worn by ladies, the "bee-hive," the "shepherdess," aud the "bomb Bhell" are said to be the most popular. The present depressed condition of trade is not wholly without encouragement as to the future, and from whatever causes produced it promises a brighter future to the country at large. There is a downward tendency of values which may work heavy individual loss, but which must be highly salutary to the country at large. The Ooiivmercial and Financial Chronicle very correctly remarks that "the late heavy decline in the v(?lue of breadBtuffa, though attended with results not immediately welcome to some Interests, Is yet one of the most auspicious features connected with our national Industries that has occurred since the war." High prices of food mean high prices lor products generally; for the reason that the cost of human sustentetion regulates the cost of labor and the cost of labor determines that of products. While, therefore, food was high, we could not have a healthy condition in the indnstrles at large. Natural law, however, ultimately adjusts all Industrial irregularities, and the late high prices of grain were Infallibly prophetic of the lower prices we have nowTreached. If the war withdrew an undue portion of the popnlation from the agricultural class, rendering farm labor scarce and crops light, the consequent high price of grain made agriculture exceptionally profitable, drawing labor from lesa remunerative employments, and [ attracting emigration from other couu, tries. The rapidity with which this process has worked out conspicuous results is beyond what was generally anticipated, and illustrates the safety with which natural causes may be trusted to remedy the irregular movements in production and commerce. Affray near Coon Island.?An affray occurred near Coon Island last weeK wnicn resulted in tne ueam 01 a woman through fright. It seeoia that an Englishman named Draper residing near that place owed an amount of money to a man by the nume ol Linville. The latter some time ago demanded payment, which the former was unable to make. Some time ago Linviiie in company with a young man named Barclay Kane, went to Draper's house and levied on everything in it, even to Mrs. Draper's bed, Bolh parties were exasperated and high words ensued, whereupon Linviiie made an attempt to strike Draper, The wife of the latter rushed between them to prevent a fight,but was immediately Beizad with something like a spasm, and was carried up stairs by her husband in an insensible state. She never recovered from the shock caused by the fright, and being within two months of her confinement, she soon afterwards took sick and gave birth to a premature child, expiring about three hourB afterward in terrible agony. The physicians in attendance give it as their opinion that the fright was the cause of her death. We give this occurrence as wo heard it, and cannot assure our readers that it is strictly correct.? TFasAiJiytoii Reporter. Tue Working PEorLE.?The Iron Moulders' Union, of New York city, have asked of the employers au increase of ten per cent, on the present rate of wages. One week from May 3d is allowed for the employers to determine whether they will accede to the advance, and in case of refusal, a strike will be ordered on May 10th. The German carpenters of New York city have recently formed a trade organization, numbering at present 300 members, who are making arrangements for a mass meeting, to secure au advance upon the present rate of wages of from 815 to 822 a week. The shirt cutters of New York city, estimated at 1800 in number, are organising to secure Higher wages. The present rates vary from 815 to 825 a week, the average being $20 a week. Whilk Gen. Lee was in Baltimore, the inevitable interviewer called to see himj but the General declined to be interviewed saying his business there was altogether private and soaial, and he took no part in pnblic affairs. Mr. John k. Young has retained Hon. B. F. Butler as his counsel in the libel 3uit against C, A. Dana, of the New York ta, and Mr. Dana has secured the services of Mayor A. Oakley Hail. Among the Court files at Taunton, Mass., is the finding of a Coroner's jury, which concludes that "the said came to his death by the visitation Of the aforesaid God." Mrs. Lincoln is reported engaged to the Chamberlain of the Duke of Baden. Poor fellow! DIED. URERK.-In this city, on Tuesday, May 4tli, lsg'j, Mosks Ukiik, aeei 61 years. Tho funeral will take place from his late resilience on AdamB Btreet, this day at 3 v. m. Friends of the family are invited to atfead. ________________ I'tHEBAI. NOTICE. The remains of Joseph Mason, who died at Orandvlew, Ohio, In December last, will reach here Thursday morning next, and will bo taken from the steamer Bebecca at 9 o'clock, direct to the cemetery in East Wheeling for Interment. The friends of the deceased are invited without further notice. ma5-2t ?p?tai sottas. Children's JLIvcs Nnvetl for 50 C'ootN. Thousands of children die armnally of utuup XlUtV, UIUIUCIO) il /l/U r^uuu w cents, and always have a bottle of Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment In the houso, you need never fear losing your little one when attacked with this complaint. It Is now 21 years blnce I put up my Liniment* and never heard of a child dying of Crouo when my Liniment was used; but hundreds of cases of cures have been reported to mo, and many state if it was 810 per bottle they would not be without it. Besldts which, it Is a certain care for Cats, Burns, Headache, Toothache, Bore Throats, Bwellings, Mumps, Colic, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Spasms, Old Sores and Pains in the Back and Chest. No one who once tries is ever without It. It is warranted perfectly safe to take internally. Full directions with every bottle. Sold by the Druggists. Depot, 10 Park Place, New York. aprl9-lmdAw Christadoro's Hair Dye. Has your hair turned white with sorrow? Would you have it brown to-morrow Then the tinge you covet borrow From the DYE OF CRISTADORO. Christadoro's Hair Preservative. Orlstadoro challenges the woi Id to produce a preparation for the hair that will accomplish what his preservative and beautlfler 1s daily accomplishing in New York. He can point to hundreds of instances In which it has prevented baldness. He guarantees that it shall arrest the falling off of the hair, increase Its volume, render it eilky and pliable, and prevent or remove scarf and dandruff. Sold by Druggists, and applied by all Hair Dressers. Manufactory No. 68 Maiden Lane, Principal Depot No. tf Astor House. apriy-lmd&w To Consumptives. The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, alter having suffered several years with severe long affection, and that dread disease, Consumption, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferera the means o! cure. To all who desire It, he will send a copy ol the prescription used (free of charge), with the directions for preparing and using the snme, which they wilt find a BDBE CUBE for Consumption, Asthma, bhonohitis etc. The object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the afflicted and spread Information which he conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, will please address REV. EDWARD A. 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Address Box 8,U57 Post office, New York. __ MURDOCH AT WASHINGTON HALL, thdksday night. Reserved Seats at Shelb's Mnalc Store. ma3-2t Moss Baskets. TJA.INTED AND COPPERED WIRE. X For Bale bv ma4-8t PRIOR BOYD 4CO. jtrc giflyrrttgttafotg. IN^i'HESE HARD "TIMES You cannot afford to pay tbreeor four proflls on artlolea of necessary use, when by sending a Club to FABKER & CO'S GREAT ONE SOLUS SALE Of DRY GOOD3. LINENS. PARASOL8. ALBUMS. HOSIERY, SILVER PLATED WARE, JEWELRY. CUTLERY, FRENCH and GERMAN FANCY GOODS, of every description, yon can purchase anything In their Immense stock for ONE DOLLAR EACH. The secret of our low prices Is this: We have a very large Cash Capital, and have buyers in all the principal cities or this country, and in Europe, who purchase FOR CA.SH. DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, all the goods used by us, thus caving the consumer the profits made by the Importer or Commission Merchant, the Wholesale and Retail Dealer, each of whom demand a larger profit than taken by us. We can give MORE GOODS FOB ONE DOLLAR than the Retail Merchant for twice or three times that sum. Our goods are described on printed checks, which will be sent in Clubs for Tea Cents each, to pay postage, printing, 6c. If the article named on the Check is not wantedjVou can exchange irom a list compilfaing Three Hundred and Fifty useful article*, among which are? Ladles'Silk Parasols. Ladles' Fine White Tucked Skirts, Silver Plated Five Bottled Castors, and a large variety of useful articles, not oue of which can be bought In any other way for nearly double the money. Refereucd will be given, if required, from the most reliable Wholesal Merchants of Boston and New York, as to our standing and the strictly honoiable character of our business. a?-VVe want Aeents in every town to whom the following Commissions will be paid: TERMS TO AGENT& For a Club of 30 and Tbree Dollars? 21 yards Brown or Bleached 8heeling, yard wide. All wool Pantd and Vest Pattern, Marseilles Quilt. 12 yards good Bed Ticking. 7 yards Red Twilled Flannel. 10 yards cotton Flannel. 1 dozen gents' Linen Handkerchiefs. Fine white German Counterpane, fringed. Handsome Balmoral Skirt. Elegant double clasp 100 picture Photograph Album. 8ilver-plated engraved live-bottle Castor. Elegant fcllk Fan, ivory or sandalwood frame beautifully spangled. Handsome beaded and lined Parasol. 20 yards good print, fast colors. Fine Damask Table Cover. 1 dozen fine Linen or Damask Tow els. Ladies' real Turaey Morocco Traveling Bag. Delaine Dress Pattern. 0 elegant engraved napkin Rings. 1 dozen line Merino or Cotton Stockings. Violin and bow in box complete. Set Jewelry, with long pendant drops. Ladies' fashionable Square Shawl, Good Meerschaum Pipe in case. H dozen Rogers' best silver Desert Forks. Or one article from Club of 20 and one from Exchange List. For a Clnb of 50 and Five Dollars? 33 yarils good quality Brown or Bleachtil Sheeting, yard wide. Fashionable Alpaca Dress Pattern, any color. I set Lace Curtains. I pair Wool Blankets. Engraved silver-plated six-bottled Castor. 3% yards very line all wool Casalmere for Pants and Vest, set of 6 Ivory-handled Tea Knives, with sliverplated Forks. Handsome satin or silk Parasol, heavily Beaded and lined. 8J yards good Prints, fast colors. Ladles' or gents' large real morocco Traveling Bag, Frencn Iraiae. Handsome Poplin Dress Pattern. Ladles* Clotli Cloak Pattern. Ladles' fashionable Sh awl. 1 floe large Marseilles Quilt. j Honeycomb Qatlts. silver-plated cake Basket, plated on fine white metal. Genuine Meerschaum Pipe. 1 pair gents' Calf Boots. Or one article fioin Club of SO and ope from Club of 20, or four articles from Exchange List. Club or IOO, ami Ten Dollars?One of the following articles: 1 rich Mer.no or *J liibet Dress Pattern. 1 pair line Damask Table Cloths and Napkins to match. 1 pair gents' French Call Boots. Very Hue all wool cloih for ladies' Cloak. 65 yards good Brown or Bleached. Sheeting, yard wide, 1 e Jegan thighcolored all wool Plaid Poplin Dress Pattern. 1 Empress Cloth Dress Pattern. 7* yards flneCasslmere for suit. 1 set ivory balancedhandle Knives and Forks. 1 ladies' or gents' silver Hunting-case Watch. 1 Bartlett hand Portable Sewing Machine. Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with record and photograph ipages. 25 yards good Hemp Carpeting. good colors. 1 pair good Marseilles Quilts. 1 good six-barrel Revolver. 1 elegant Fur MuflT and Cape. 1 single-barrel Shot Gun. 1 silver-plated engraved six-bottle Revolving castor, cut glass bottles, l very fine Violin and Bow, in case. 1 very line all wool iongahawl. yards double width Beaver cloth for overcoat. Or eight articles from Exchange List. WTFor a more extended list of Commissions, see Circular. We also give Agents additional Commissions, in proportion to the amount of money returned ior goods. Thi-j extra commission Is not offered by any other house. We are the only fium who pay their agents for sendim; for goods alter they have obtained subscribers to their Clubs. nnro to send all money K>y Registered Letter. SEND FOB circviiakv. Rend your address in full, Town, County and state. PARKER & CO., Koh. 9s aud IOO Summer St., ISostou mayO "THE ALLIANCE" IRON DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOW, Made of heavy bar iron and adjustable. Warranted superior to anything in the market. Bold by PRY OR BOYD & CO., mal-1 w Hole Agents. Income Tax Notice. Notice is hereby given that tae United States Income Taxes for the year 1SBS, and the Special Taxe?. or Licenses for the year ending May 1st, 1870, assessed within and for the county of Ohio and Btate of West Virginia, will be due and payable to me at my office, in the Custom House, Wheeling, on Thursday, the 2011* day of Hay, 1869. If said Taxes are rot paid on or before the 80th day of M*y, I860, the penalties prescribed by the Revenue Law for non-payment will be Imposed. Taxes assessed within other counties of the Flrat Collection District, West Va., may be paid at my office at any time from and after the 20th day ol May. B, F, KELLEY, Collector. Wheeling, May 4, i860. ma Vim rjiit e best, COOLEST, # (CHEAPEST, AND RICHEST, SODA -W-A-TIEIR, in tue city, at EDMUND BOCKING'3, No. 1 Odd Fellow's Hall, and BOOKING A CARROLL's, may3 Cor. First AChapllneSts. MRS. M. A.. BINDER'S wholesale and retail Dress Trimmings & Paper Pattern Store, N. W.Cor. Eleventli A Chestnut Sts. Phlla. DKE88 AND CLOAK MAKING. Dresses made to lit wltb ease and elegance- The finest assortment of Ladies' Dress and Cloak Trimming* In the City, at the lowest prices. Orders executed at short notice. Embroideries, Hdk is, laces. Riboons Bridal Veils and Wieaths, Fine Jewelry and Fancy Goods, Ladles* and Children'* Furnishing Goods. Parasols, White Goods, <tc., Ac. a perfect system of Dress Cutting tiught. Price, 82 60, with Chart. Patterns sent by Mall or Express to all parts of the Union. aprS7-3m WILLCOX & GIBBS' SEWING MACHINES,. With all the NEW IMPROVEMENTS. BIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, EASILY OPERATED, And just the Machine for FAMILY USE. Prices same here bk at the Now York offices. For sale at the Variety Store of apr!3 D. NICOLL A BRO. New Firm. JOHN BUTTERFIELD AND WILLIAM D. ENGLISH have this day entered into a co-partnership under the firm name of Bottxrfijcld A Co., as MALTSTERS AND HOP DEALERS. For the present their office Is on Market street, first door above the Poet Office, but on February 1st at their Malt Hoase. in Centre Wheeling, corner of Water and Second streets. JOHN BUTTERFIELD. WM. D. ENGLISH. January l, 1869. Ian4-tf Bar Iron. SAR IRON, ROUND AND eQTJARE, from ' Wayne and American and Bligo Mills, tsburgh. Bar Iron, flat, from to 6?%. Bar Iron, oval, half oval and half round. Bar Iron, single and double Horse Shoe. Bar Iron, Hoop from j4 to 4 in. Bar Iron, Wagon tires cut to lengths. P. O. HILDKETH A BliO. Cheese. O E BOXES CHOICE FACTORY. Zf ) Just received by i LIST. MORRISON A CO. EA BBIA3. WILMINGTON TAR. large bbla OU 30 " Common Rosin. 5 44 Pale 44 i On hand and for sale low by my8 OH AH. H. BKBRY " SOCKING'fl UNRIVALLED BAKING POWDER. The best in the market and i rays gives satisfaction. aprt , gettr ~~ C X X MAIN STREET. MORE NEW GOODS! ALEX. H. PORGEY, 120 MAIN STBKK ' Is daily in receipt of new and desirable goods. Among the Jast received are GENT'S GLOVE KID CONGRESS GAITERS. Ladies' Lasting Button Gliters, MISSES' LASTING BUXTON OAITKRS, Also, Bine, Culr, Red Lavallor and Bronza Morocco3, from which to make COLORED SHOES TO ORDER Call and examine Stock at ma5 120 Ha Id Street. HATS ? HATS! Another larub addition to our already magnincent stock of HATS & CAPS! received at harper & bros*. White Cassimere Hats, For spring wear. Received at HARPER ?fc HIIOS'. Ap>21 SPRING TIME HAS COME, And now is the season for Cleansing out the System from the Imparities which accumulated during the winter, aud giving the Blood a free and healthy circulation. To produce this effect there Is nothing equal to BRBNTLINGEB'S Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla & Dandelion. It Is the very heat I3IjOOI) purifier In the known world; so acknowledged by Eminent Physicians, and the thousands who have used It within the last 35 years. It Cures Scrofula or King's Evil, all Eruptive and Skin Diseases, such as Krysijtelas, IHmples, Jiot Is, Tetter, Sc aid head; alto Pain in the Hones, Syphilitic and Mercurial Diseases, Sore Byes, Derangement of the Kidneys, Stomach, and Liver, Female Weakness. Dyspepsia Debility, ?"/? short, all Diseases arising from the Imparities ot the Blood, Which are numerous. It is so pleasant to the taste that even the most fastidious will not object to it, and being prepared entirely of Vegetables no harm can result from its use. Prepared at the Cnemlcal Labatory of BRERTJL1SOER A DERBY, No. 151 Market Street, wheeling, w. va? And sold by all Druggists of the City and surrounding country. aprlO MOBE "OLD TIME" GOODS Grant's Celebrated Richmond TOBACCOS. WE ARE JUST RECEIVING, AND ofTer for sale, 30 Boxes "Grant's" Va. 10s Tobacco. 80 do do do Navy do. 12 do "Mlllner's" Gold Twist Tobaocos. 5 do "Benham's" Va. lbs. do. 25 Caddies "Ureaner's" Celebrated Spun Roll Tobacco. 40 Caddies Old Va. Iiong 10s Tobacco. 10 Drums Dills' Richmond Fig do. 125 Caddies Western 10s, }?b and Navies do. 10 Kegs Kentucky 6-twist do. Jan-29 FaXToN A OGLE8AY. 1000l^Btn?PICTlIRE coKI>250 PICTURE NAILS, Assorted. 3 DOZEN TASSELS, Assorted. 3 DOZEN LOOKING GLA83E8,Assorted 150 LOOKING GLASS PLATES, Assorted. For sale by JR.. Ms. flli/Ulili <K L'Um Market Street, opposite McLnre House. ap5 Maple Sugar. 1 ft BARRELS CHOICE, 1U Just received by LtloT, MORRIBON A CO. Coffee. 1 ?(\ BAGS PRIME RIO COFFEE. 25 Pockets Choice Old Java CofXee. Just received by LIBT, MORRI8QN A CO. Tar. OA BBLS. N. C. TAR, LARGE BARRELS, OU in prime order. J ost received by LMT. MORRIBON A CO. Cheese. A FEW BOXE8 CHOICE OLD FACTORY jast In. LIBT. MORRIBON A CO. Lake Fish. . AH HALFBBU. LAKE UERRINU. 4:11U 100 half bbls. While FUh. 20 ualr bbls. Shad. For sale by LIBT. MORRIBON A CO. Dried Peaches. A FEW BARRELS PRIME yT<\ and K*. LIBT, MORRlriON A CO. aprM > 15 Bales Jute Wool Twine JOBT RECEIVED and for sale low for cash. ?pr!8 CHAR H. BKRKY Bedcords. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT reduced prices, Fifty Dozen Hemp Bedoords. tnartl CHAH. H. BERRY. Common Lime. 1 A A BBLS. COMMON LIME, fresh from JLUU the kilns. apitf P. C. HILDRETH A BRO. Ne Plus Ultra Lime. 1 Art JKJft fldb ultra limb, 1UU fresh burnt, and In good strong bar' a!*. f. C. HILDRETH A BBO. Plaster Paris; 50 fpb^nS'SSj!110 PLA8TEB rAKW P. O. HILDBBTH A BBO. Buckwheat Flour. K BARRELS lor sale cheap. J martO LIST, MORRISON ft CX>. fflmftant gailortcg. APRIL 91TH, 18GO. .* A. M. AD AM S, ^ MERCHANT * TAILOR! Will open thla morning at bis new store, 37 MONROE (STREET. Au entire new stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Silk, Cashmere AND MARSEILLES VESTINGS, J ad Also a flret-class stcck of GENTLEMEN'S | Furnishing Goods!u Re Which be Invites his enstomers and the in pablic generally to examine before purcha- tU Bin g elsewhere. in UoodH made to order on short notice. er apr-24 qi THE CELEBRATED | <spooX /Sj ^?y/ \ hi tef (? \e\ LUl -V \-*\ $)s) a \ \ ?- *1 / O ax \iI>S50o O A.T. STEWARTS CO. Sole Agents a FOR THE UNITED STATES, ? u IS FOK SALE AT Hj WHOLESALE ?5fc It HIT AIL ( BY Si AUGUSTUS POLLACK, as ct AND Fl OOHN, SAMPLIH?R & CO. aprl-l-lm H. W. PHILLIPS, S ei Iron and Brass Founder, E q< maufactdrer of STATIONARY & MARINE Engines & Boilers, | WIXKKLING, W. V a.. u Machinery gastinqs, rolling w Mill Casting, Saw and OrM Mill Castings. Hhafting, Jfalleys, and all kinds of Castings made to order of tlie best materials, melted In air furnaces. n Repairing and Job work done upon the J* shortest notice. 11 The undersigned having secured the services of HIRaM JONKS5, one Of the best mechanics in the West, feels prepared to Hustaiu the great reputation of ills establishment, having built some of the best machinery for steamboats on the Southern and jp Western waters, and with the modern Im- its provements and additions to his already " large stock of tools and patterns, expects to Jo do a larger amount of work and does not Intend to be exceeded by any other establishment. *u The old customers and the public generally - 1 are hereby notified that I am now pepared to take contracts or orders for all the various 66 work in my line of business Ql apm-lm H. W. PHILLIPd. 4,1 CARPETS! s * ga J. & G. MENDEL & CO. Are now receiving their tic wJ Spring Stock of Carpets, &c., j And are prepared to offer as good stock and at as low prices as any other house In the Trade. They have all the new styles of Brussels, 3 Plys, 2 Plys and r I beet assortment of Ingrain CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, S AND i WINDOW SHADES, 2? In the Market. ; FURNITURE. <1 Tliey have also the largest stock of Furniture In the city. PARLOR SUITS, . CHAMBER SUITS, DINING-ROOM SUITS. LI And all styles of Farnltnre In the market both of THEIB OWN MANUFACTURE, -j Cincinnati and other makes. They Invite an t/ examination of their choice stock; J. &. G. MENDEL & CO., 1 128 Mil I ii street, WHEELING, W. VA. _! P. S.?Undertaking Promptly Attended to. marlO IsTE W STORE, G] Niswflnnns ?- WW ? ^ v -*-r !N"ew Prices 1 J ?/ THK UNDERSIUNED HAS OPENED A Vint Class Wholesale and Retail B. NOTION HOUSE, Where there can be found s Everything in the Notion Lino, At 130 Main Street, next door to Adler A _ Go's. H. M1LLEH. . aprTlm 5 REID & JONES, 2 Wholesale and Mail Manufacturers _ o* Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. ,, ALSO DICAT.KBH IN - H House Furnishing Goods, Stoves, Hardware, Cutlery, &c., Sic., Ho. 1S7 Karttet Street, Above Honroe. N. B.?Particular attention given to TIN ROOFING. BPOUTINO A JOBBING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. _? J an 29 D. K. IRWIN & CO., 2 DEALERS IN Fancy Qroceries, Fruits, Canned Goods & Confectioneries, No.75 Mnln Street, Wbeellnr, W.Ta. Q( JDST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE 50 Boxes Oranges. 25 Boxes Lemons. a 100 Doe. Oove Oysters. ? 50 Dozen Green Peas. 50 Dozen Wlnslow's Corn. 1500 lbs Turkish Prunes. rn, 700 lbs Dates. f II Call and satlafy yourwelf. ap24 Sundries. STEEL, AND IRON PLOW WINGS, Hot _ Pressed Nats. Cast and Shear Steel. An- ... Vila, Bellows, Vises, Horse Rasps, Sheet Iron, B"c Nails, Prettied Spiked. Ac. _ P. O. HILOJRETH * BRO., T< feb27 53 Main Street. Common Lime. u 200 WUKSLINU UMB rJ3 p. q- hit.tirkth * bbo. ^ Calcined Plaster. g," 1 AA BBLS. PLASTER PARIS, Phllade IUU phla make, received by P. C. Hir.DftSTH A BBO. steamboats. lttabnriclt, Wtaeellni[AParkenbnr(. __ . BTEAMER GALLATIN, C?pt. i f[|f i PA. tJ. Bbeppard, leaves Wheeling; L * ' ilifor Marietta and I'arfceraburK ery^Monday and Thursday SHOUT at 9 Leaves Wheeling for Pittsburgh every 'ednerday and Saturday Morning at clock. T.H.MONO. Agent. maH-lw Office 34 Monroe St. grg <5ooat. JOHN ROEMER, Nos. 31 and 33, Main St., CliXTllE WHEEIilNG. TUIVES ME PLEASURE TO INFORM my friend, and the public In general that lave In store and am dally receiving large Idltlons to my stock or amy ami Domestic Dry Goods, ousekeeping Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Malts, dkc., ac. Having tba largest Variety and a more neral assortment of articles directly and directly connected with a Dry Goods, Worn and Carpet .Establishments combined to one mammoth establishment, which iab.'es me to bny and sell a mnch larger tantity of goods than any two establishents in the city in oar line, and In conscience of which I can bay and sell them at 59 prices! Studying economy in every detriment; having no rent to pay, I can do a rger business at lees expense than any lier liouse in the trade. Keeping a large imber of gentlemanly and competent ilesmen, the most fastidious cannot fail to i pleased. Special attention Is Invited to a few arties of our stock. IPIR/XILTTS, large assortment of New Styles, 10, 1S>* id 15c. Buffalo Allapacos 40,50, (A), 70, bO, c, SI. Pure Mohair .Lustres and Poplins jm 50c.to SI 50 Fancy and Black Silks from 25 to S3 60 per yard. Bombazines, Crape Batlieria, Alexandria >rd, and many otnor styles of goods suitae lor mourning. WHITE GOODS, large assortment of all thediflterent makes, iVlss, Nnnsook, Blsbops Lawn. Victoria iwii, Hofl flnlsiied Jacog?fftI8tr1Pe<L-'?^" sts. Plaid Jaconets, Brilliants. Planes, ranedeln Veiling ol all colors; Hannelsof 1 kinds and prices. 3LOTH8, CASSIMEKKs, itlnets, Jeans, Cashmerets, 4c.. the largest isortment In the city, to accommodate Mermnts and Merchant Tailors at Kastern rlcoe", also, Tailors" Trimmings. Muslins, lame assortment of Bleached and Un* eachtd from 10,12,15,16. IS. 20c. Bleached id Unbleached Sheeting 5-4,9.4,10-4. Llni (Sheeting of superior quality 5-4, 10-4. A reo supply of Linen Table Cloths. Table inens. Napkins, Tow lings, 4c., of the bast lality and exceedingly lowprlces. Shirting Linens 50,60, 75, 85 . 91, 81 25. Shirt Bssoms 20,25,30,85, 40, 60, 60, Tic. l)resn Trimmingn, > great variety and at low prices. Kid loves, a full line of best quality, tl 25, tl 50, 75, *2 00. Fancy Uloves?A general asirtment at almost any price. Ladies and ents Handkerchiefs, from 6o to 12 apiece. The best 6 Cord Machine Cotton in the orld at 90c per doz. H031BHY?The largest assortment of Laes' and Uenls' Hosiery in the city, at alinst any price. Marsalles, Honey Comb and Lancaster uil ti Cloaks and Shawls In great variety id at low jirices. Carpet Department. Bpecial attention Is given to this DeparteuL H avlng a sepaarte room In the estabshment for Carpets, Oil Cloths. Mattings, ug8, Matts, ??c., Ac., Window Blinds, Flxires, Ac., enables as to compete with any iuse in the trade and offer great induceents to cash buyers in that department, iving Carpet from80o tofl; selling the best ply ingrain Ail Worsted Chain and Wool ling at 91 per yard. Call and see foryourlves, if you wish to save money. The bent lality of Cotton Carpet Chain. 8 ply at 40c; ?ly at -13c, and 5 Play at 45c. W bite Cotton lain from Wos. 8 to 12 for 4Sc. Terms are Strictly Cash. Buying and selig for ca&li you can always tell what you e doing, for cash will leenre better barkins than credit, believing that by ludusy, honest dealing and economy, we can>t fall to benefit those friends and ^ustorns that may be pleased to favor us with a call, lerefor I respectfully invite an examlna>n of our stock of all cash buyers, either holetale or retail before purchasing elsehere, and oblige mar?2 JOHN BOEHEB. ON SATURDAY MORNING, TO MAKE BOOM FOR A LARGE STOCK oir lummer Dress Goods 1 3HAWLS, LACE POINTS, &o. Tilch we will open on next Saturday, ay 1st. We will this day offer 15 pieces of Dollar Suit Goods for 50 cents. A. large lot of Alpacas and ttuit Goods for cents. >00 remnants of Alpacas, Calicos and Detnes, all wool Casslineres, at greatly reiced prices. ?pr*? J. B. RHODEB A CO. NEW SPRING 600DS! ^LL THE NEW STJLE8 DEESS GOODS. SLK POPLINS, SILKS. PIQUE ROBES. PERCALE ROBES. fcLAIN PERCALES, PLAIN FRENCH LAWNS, SEERSUCKER UINQHAMb, Also a full line Domestics, Souse Furnishing Goods, LBLE LINENS, NAPKINS, TOWELINOS, MUSLINS, SHKETINGW. Which will be sold cheap, at J.H.SMITH'S. ipr7-dAw No. liU Main street. " HOUSE & S16N PAINTING, raimntr ftlayinrr fcPfliipr-ITjnifrinfr kMiuuiuj^ U1 UjJUl ^UUUglli^, STILL.CONTINUE TO CARRY ON THE business in all its branches. 1 good stock of LINTS, OILS, VARNISH EH GLASS, SASH, I.. Fntinentock A Co'* White Lead. On hnad, and for sale low. MATTHEW W. MILLER, Market tttreet, opposite Poatom.ce. ipi30-ly Bacon! Baoon! r\ TIERCES DAVIS' "STAR" SUGAR LI Cured Extra Canvassed Hams. .COO pounds PUtn Canvassed Hams. 0.000 pounds Clear Sides. U.UCO pounds Prime Shoulders. Just received and for hale by M. REILLY. Washington Mills Flour. BARRELS OP THE ABOVE SUPEJ\J rior Brand or Fancy Flour, Just received and for sale by M. KBILLY. Rio Coffee. \f\ BAGS PRIME TO CHOICE GREEN JU Rio Coffee. J ust received and for sale by pr?8 M. RKILLV. Spices. HALES CLOVES. 4 bales Cassia. 1 case Nutmegs. J ust received by LIST, MORRISON A CO. Flour. BAttRELS LILLY WHITE. JU 10o barrels Crescent City. 100 barrels Superfine. 100 barrels Becker. Just received by LIST. MORRISON A CO. TRIMBLE & IIOBNBUOOK, lmliers, Gas and Steal Fitters, GO Market Street, 9~Orders from the country attended to at >rt notice. apr23-ly_ > Wagon and Carriago Makers; "UBS FOR WAGONS AND Carriages. . Gum Oak; and Locust Wood, 8 poll? n 1 In. to 2%. Hickory and Oak Wood lows from 1% to a. Hickory and Oa? od Bows lor Carriages and Expr?*" gong, roles. Shafts and Circle* oi be?t kory and Oak. ^pfc.'SlLDRKTH^BRO.. f_ 63 Main (Street.