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The Wheeling daily register. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1864-1878, December 24, 1864, Image 2

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January, rated to pro
_ i
3^. titled under the law# of the
Sis statement oonveys an im
Sjblic minA The majority ol
5? the city mo will acquainted
^mgdofn apd will not be
WfllnhUie***'* aeeertion, hut
j5lik#*hd*1itv# wt bfed the
H.tfsfeeftaimng the truth and
? j 1 1 ft ? the Intelligencer th*
f 8wiiMiT really voted in
L jjcxI to take from the sol
Ct which they legally poo
uji the information of such per
Kk it worth while to publish
Kg whole hietory and true
Kane referred to.
NLr meeting of the City Coun
hpjthe 12th of January 1861,
[gtadcL offered an Ordinance, pre
'! iiKi L\MB Esq., with relation
Ef voting at the charter elec
J, this time the municipal
T1 been conducted upon the
a system, and Mr. Bickkl 8
I >poeed that, after its passage
t? should be by ballot. Tin;
im laid on the table, but af
fthe ISth of January, a spc
Ey of the council was called
Mfor ihe manner of voting it
?is," aud the ordinance piY
Eed was again taken up. It
[v to the of voting and
K whatever to do with the
Ip of voters, whether soldiers
h Various aotepdments were
afferent persons, among the
Mr Swbknky, providing that
jCil election should be ,ron
juailancB with the provis
fcate Law, meaning thereby
A be by ballot on white pa
le amendment was paused
ted in the Ordinance as the
* ifothing !wae srfid in Ike
the council relative to re
F ballots of absent soldiers,
ut in the intention of thow
I oj amuiwlml tllO Ordnance,
Id be so oOtretrned.
Be after this, it was discover
& of the Re"
|?ty were secretly collccting
Cots with the intention of of
3mt the polls at the then pend
9 that Mr. SWKE
Aluient, the Fifth Soction re
ijtade the State law of full
Jtyttt provisions, that relating
ij1 votes being included* A
w.ing of the Council was ac
bid, on the 24th of January , to
Kjt was really the spirit and
J je ordinance At this meeting,
MOts were mentioned forthl
jjh . Swkkkky distinctly stated
Eiu favor of allowiug soldiers
Ethat the existiug charter ot
BVided for the appointment ot
Ars tai superintend the elec
?it it was obviously too late to
Commissioners to the various
ipeive the soldiers' vote, (the
nUection day.) He was there
? of suspending the operation
section of the Ordinance
n to the manner of voting,
^h? pending election whs con
fided that an ordinance should
| prepared in reference to fa
ctions making the State law
u all its provisions ? soldiers'
I* the rest. The section was
,iy a very deoided vote, twdatyT
?for the suspension and five
j?ist it. The Legislature after
*rf a law enabling soldiers1 to
Jnicipal elections, as the pre
v-pon the subject related only
I on of State and County offi
| the ioldieft had really no
?*o vote at the charter election
"proven by the necessity that
lathis subsequent legislation,
[%ole head and front of Mr.
onsists in the fact
*1 to have the municipal elec
ted in accordance with the
IK law. j-> ? ?!
tola Ceutral jUilroad i? mak
***** tfei
Id a* **>?*
jN?T did *ot vote to "prohib
rom the exifrise Of thf elec
ta? to which they ware e?
r the laws of the ?tate," for,
tate law, they mat not en
e at municipal elections. This
undefriMA in tills city, but
>ught it nece?e%ry to give the
pt6fy of Mr. Swkknky's vote
i|was claimed, was
fiu of the soldiers' rights, sim
& information of those who
Lfluenced by the Intelligencer' 9
[aterday morning. There afo
^eythiagp in the article re
'? which we desire to call atten
B Utis ?lufrniicnt of facts has
?dy to much greater propor
%ere intended, we }Kmtpone
lineut and vindication of Mr.
P character mtiil another time.
If J UL1JJ. ?
> of the Hmise of Bepramtts.
4ing the excise law so as to
the appHcatintt of the 42 tat
TSl
signature
THE BEST
cwimaa oh nkw ruu out,
And tks o*m Most SuiUMt/or Printing to your
wiri,
DAUGHTER,
IHOTH11, mr
?IITIE,
It that Tiip? and Labor Saving HooMbold
Helper, "
WHEELER & WILSON'S
FAMILY
SEWING MAOHINEI
11 ^ i . ? *
fcj*- 1 JlM* ' 54 '? 1 '
Which raiaca your loved ones from the condi
tion of
"SLAVES TO THE NEEDLE,"
And bring* them length of life and hap pin on*.
I VIE BY MACHINE IS I
Warranted Three Years!
FULL INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN
At the hoaaeof tlit* customer ami neither pains
nor expenae spared to have them
GIVE ENT1RK SATISFACTION!
With eseb Mrti hino wc furnish compieto print
ed direction* and persons at a distance can soon
learn to use them.
CALL AND SEE THEM IN OPERATION,
Or send for Circular and Specimens of Sewing
Will. SUMNER & CO.,
deo?* No. 99 Main Street Wheeling?, Va
PHOTOGRAPHIC .
E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.,
MannfactriTttr* of
Photographic Materials,
Wholesale and Retail.
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
r ADDITION TO OUB MAIN
BUSINESS of Photographic Material#, we
are Heacdnarter# for the following, viz :
STEREOSCOPES
-iSI
Stereoscopic Views.
Of these we have an irumwnw assortment. inclu
ding War Scenes, Amorican and Foreign Cities
ana Landscaiiea, Groups. Statuary, <fcc., &o. Al
so, Revolving Stereoscopes. for public or private
exhibition. Our Catalogue will l>o sent to any
addrota on receipt of gtamp.
PHOTOGRAHIC ALBUMS.
We wet* the flrstto introduce these luto the
United States, and wo manufacture immense
quantities in great variety, ranging in price from
W cents to Is* each. Our ALbuMS uave tho
reputation of bolng superior In beauty and du
rability to any others. They will be sent by
mail. frbb. on receipt of price.
CT*\m Attmmt inadt to order, -/k l
Card Photographs.
Onr Catalogue now em braces over Jtv* thousand
dlgsraot ?Ijaott (to which adtUtioas are con
tinuallv being mado; of Portraits of Eminent
American^ to*, viz about ,
100 M^Jor Generals 580 Statesmen.
900 Brig.Genorala. 13uJ)ivine*.
905 Colonels. IK^Anthon
100 Liout-CohnBoia 4(fArtiats,
H56 Othtr Offloem, 195 Stage, !
75 Saw Officer*. 50 Prom'nt Women,
lflfo Prominent Foreign Portraits.
8,000 COPIES OF W0KE8 OF ART.
Indmilng vemod uctioiu of the most oelehrated I
Engravings, Paintings, Statues &c. Catalogue#
sent on receipt of stamn. An order for One
Doren Pictures from onr rntaloene will be filled
on the receipt of #1.8>>. and *ant by mail, Frkb.
Photogr.iplim and others orderiug goods C. 0.
D. will please remit twenty Ave per cent of the
amount with their order.
E.&ET, ANTHONY A CO.,
M**nf*ctMreri qf Fkotoprayhu Materials
V?1 Broadway. Niw YoiK.
Cp* The prices aud quality of our goods can
aotfrfl to satisfy. decl7-ly
TOYS AND NOTIONS!
Kris Kingle has Come !
BO FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
, MmiTItR,
WOVLD BKIP^TFtLLI AN
IfOUNClFto bw friends and the public
generally, that *?)*? m taukL and is constantly
receiving, a large and w<-ll elected stock of
Toys, Notions
holiday Presents for young 2nt>
. . t > OJLD. * * ? if
Ako, a largo stock of
CONTEC TION AJUEB, C ASDIES A FRUITS.
Call at his establishment, nearly opposite the
Oramiie Ma Ktek* ?"?
PHILLIP SCHWEITZER.
doolfrlm - 53 Market <
? jjtir-? ' } :
i i . v * f . i ( ? !
ill JiiiftlmtfloD-aj /oliooi!
y, ?os?
) i?Ht : ">> >'0 1 'I I
FASHION,
'i
... ./II
CONTAINING A
? ? ?! i . . '
? ' , i ' i . . i ? i
Brilliant Display of
FANCY ARTICLES
i! . . ' o- ? i ? i' '
? FOR ?
THE HOLIDAYS.
THE MEW SENSATION SCARF!
So much admired? only a lew remaining. Al
so a great variet y of new and novel
; if. : ift?, ? > ?l<i. ijvt ?
Scarfs and Tien.
GLOVES? KID, BUCK, CLOTH, AC.
handkerchiefs, shirts, white
AND NEGLIGE HOSIERY AND
UNDER CLOTHING,
And good* of Men * Wear, in ending* variety.
109 IAIN ITBKET.
d?cM3v
For Sale.
I^HE DBSKBABLK BWILLINO
. HOUSES and Lot No. Mo. corner Third and
Eoff streets, Centre Wheeling. Will sell the
whole together, or each separately, to salt pur
rhaseT*. Also, part of Lot No. 9, square 16, ad
joining Mrs. Dr. Tanner's residence, on which U
a good substantial dwelling house. Terms easy.
Inquire of Z. JACOB, Esq.,
degjg-tf or ALEX. M. JACOB.
COBN IHELLKBRANB CUTTING
BOXES.
LC. FBOHT & Ctf., NOB. 91 4k 93,
? MAIN STREET, would call attention to
thuir large stock of 'Sin^l* and Double Spout
Coru hhellers, iron fratnsd, and Virgiaia do. for
band or horse power. Also, Hay, Straw ft Fodder
Cutters, of the most approved patterns, and at
the lowest prices. decgg
BAGS, BAGS
o e AAA fOVB BUSHEL BUB*
ZO.UUU LAP BAQS, It, 000 assorted Gun
ny and extra neavy Bombay Bags, suitable) for
Shelled and Ear Corn, Potatoes, Ac., all of which
will be sold at New York or Boston Prices, with
freight added, by L. C. FROST * CO.
dec22 Successors to Pry or 4 Frost
CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR,
(rna BBLI FBKIH QBOfJIB
OUU FAMILY, of choice brands, flrov ?
lected wheat, for sale by
dftc'23 L. C. FROST A CO.
GREAT BABG1IFTR!
Closing Out !
WE ABB CLOSING OUT OUB
ENTIRE STOCK OF
CLOTHING,
Qents' Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES A HATS
4*., As., In.,
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
a'HK STOCK MUST BK SOLO, AS
WE ARB joins to change oar fimslnes*.
The Lowest Cost Price will buy.
dec90-3m BAER A EPPLXR.
SWBENEYS & CO.,
Steam engines, boilbbs.
SHAFTING, MILL W0RK Ac., of all
Hnds. Wheeling, Va. apSO
ENTEBTAnprewTO.
thb kxo. etax uam^nni
SUNDAY SCHOOL,
wmcH is now mtpfobviwb
W five ORPHANS, aad deaitw to uM4
its benevolent work, will girs FOUR of its *
INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENTS.
In eeoneetka Wttfc the
Festival of Christiitesl
At Weuhi*gton Hall, an A* amingt of D+
oembmr 23, ?4 amd 36.
KKTBBXA0T.
A Christmas tm ?di Motteea.
with
i9SS JETS OB GAS!
Addresses by Brr J. E. QtaM, ot Fhfiadri
R~.F. W Cewmd DJ?u ?# cSmSmi
WitW D'
U Cm*.
I* fii Uj wl. a'inxrtai
H<
FOR TUB
ikikhom /auhmtji
JSTTSW YEAR
11/ cwi. ._?:?>?. . ?' i. ?*'
i Mi ,r? .itiit f iiiii y / i-ti i' tr. ?<.l
Goods at New Tork Prices
FOB
OASH ONLY!
NO MO&S CREDIT AFTER JAN. 1ST, 1S65I
'll'w ?::'l "<!? u J: ??>?> if i ii- ti :i *vj
-ill- """"""" ' '
lfO NOBB BOOK KEEPER*.
- . .as t . , i .
Goods Cheap Enough
TO SELL THEMSELVES.
E ? , ? ' '
to order to latrodaco the EXCLUSIVE CASH
SVdTXM,*! will oommeuce
Ob IfoBduy, December 19th,
,1 t , i . ? I l? u i ? ? ; . J
TO CLOSE OUT MY LA BUS STOCK OF
NEW GOODS
AT
NEW YORK PRICES. FOR CASH.
J. S. RHODES.
decl7Xw
JUST RECEIVED.
? AN?
,.i . i' .. St , V r
Immense Stock!
?OF?
CHRISTMAS
? AJTO?
NEW YEAR'S PBE?EMT8!
4 > ' k i t i ' I 1
BUT YOUR
HOLIDAY GOODS
AT THE
CHEAPEST BOOK STORE
IN THE CITY.
Corner of Mala and Union street#,
WnssLiNO, W. 7a.
- . ? ;HED MORE THAN 25 YE a its.
A full and complote assortment of anything
tn the Book, Stationery und Wall Paper line.?
comprising an endless variety at lair priccs.
Whether yon wish to purchase or not rire me
a call and tee my fine aaeortmeat of Goods.
IT IS THE BEST EN THE CITY I
And is offered at prices lower than those of any
other bouse in the City.
d?el7*w JOS. L. WILDE.
What Christmas Present
Could be more accojitablo tliau
?
AN ELEGANT PIANO,
SWEET TONED CABINET OHO AN,
OK A
BEAUTIFUL MELODEONP
MELLOR
Hm Juat ioceived hi*
Holiday Stock,
From 3*0 to 1000 Dollar*.
QABINET 0R8ANS 4 MELODEON S
.1. ? ? i ? ! t . iAjiit ui i ? ?* I ??< *
Fro m tk? Tmctvzy of
miON * HAXLIK,
I
Wkkk we yronoonced by the moat able judge*
jjj I * * I . ! . - , ? .
01 ? . . . J
The Best in the Worlds
lu.LiuAi i>?; i.*M ?{..*!#
A.i.' M
J ;-, t -i/lt tlf f. fiTi* t?. ht *vf ? ^ ? i
tXVJLNTI-FITS DOLLARS A UPWARDS
^11 - 4 ??<.0 * I .? . . - ? 'Ml
It- J< I. i I . -wr...; 1. ? w.' ii. *, !
. ? i J> ? 'J i
for FIt* Year*, j
1 *' -;M3l V<U'?i 34* -l>U i v
| a) c3T 1KMc m.
?di-^psr- inr Tifiw* ^pjigig*
MT
TO CLOSE OUT BUSINESS.
AST ACCOUNT OF FAILING
U HEALTH,'* have deUhAiaid A #lk ?it
??f 6mUtT stock bf WiBflB'aad ] Lfouora. wfo
other good brands will be found the following : .
Bolt Old Economy Ere Whiakv - Bant Old
Brandy Signet and other favorite "brands: 01(3
Port wfne; 0M Sherry Wises, Old Madeira
Wine, Ac., Ac.
My Liquors have been highly recommended
and extensively used by Physicians and Drug
gists.
Persons wanting a fine and reliable article
would do well to call and examine my stock.
. . ' SOLOMON I BLOCH,
ceclO-lm No. 0 Monroe street, t
G. W. FRANZHEIM,
No. 15T Market street,
Wheeling, Va.,
wroaTsa ash duals* ta
BRANDIES, WINES, &0.,
Keeps constantly ou hand the
Oldest and best article of Rye
and Bourbon Whiskies,
And the Choioest Brands of
IMPORTED BRANDIES AND WINES.;
I particularly invite the attention of the pub
lic to the superior article of
CATAWBA AND ISABELLA WINES,
Raised in the vicinity of Wheeling, which I
offer to the public at a low figure.
Rectifying condncted on a large scale aud at
low prices. aopiJrt
HENRY ROSENTHAL,
Importer aud Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors.
177, South west Cor. Market Square Sc. Union St.
Whkslino, W. Va.
BEOS LEAVE TO CALL THE AT
TENTION of tho public to bis large aud
well-assorted stock of French BrandieSgJamalca
Rum, Holland Gins, Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port,, Sherry, Madeira and Claret Wines. Spark
ling Catawba* anc Champagnes.
Also, to bis large Stock of Domestic Liquors,
as Cherry, Blacfcborry, Raspberry, Apple and
Peach Brandies. Bourbon aud Rye Whiskies.
Stomach and Cocktail Bitters; also' to my double
rectified Rose Whisky.
I also manufacture and koep constantly on
hand a large stock of prime Cider Vinogar, to
which, together with tho above cboioe brands of
Liquor, I would invito the spccial attention of
country dealers and the public generally.
sop90 ?
L. LYONS' PUBE OHIO
Catawba Brandy,
AND
SPARKLING CATAWBA WINES,
Equal in Quality and Cheaper in Price than the
Brandies and Wines oj the Old World.
For Summer Complaint, Cholera Infantum,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp. Colic and Diar
rhooa.
A Sure Oxirt is Guaranteed, or the Money wiU
be refunded.
IN SUPPORT OF THE 1HOVK
STATEMENTS, are presented the Certifi
cates of Dr. J as. R.Chilton Chemist. New York;
Dr. Hiram Cox, Chemical Inspector. Ohio; Dr.
James K. Nichols, Chemist. Boston; Dr. N. E.
Jones, Chemical Inspector, Circleville, Ohio;
Prof. C. T. Jack sou, Chemiss, Boston; Dr. Chan.
TTpham Shepard, Charleston, S. C.; and J. V. Z.
Blanev. and ft. A. Mariner, Consulting Chem
ists, Chicago, all of whom have analyzed the
Catawba Brandy, and commend it in the highest
terms, for medicinal use.
Analysis of the Massachusetts State Assayer,
January 25, 1858.
When evaporated through clean linen it loft no
oil or otfensive matter. In every respect it is a
puiub spirituous liquor. Tho Oil which gives to
this Brandy its flavor and aroma, is wholly unlike
fnsil, or grain oil. Its odor partakes of both the
fruit and oil of grapes. With aoids, it produces
others of a high fragrance. The substitution of
this Brandy lor Cognac Brandy will do away
with the manufacture of fictitious spirits, sold
under this name both at home and abroad.
Respectfully,
a. 4.. Hayes, m. d.
Asauyor to htate Mass., 16 Boyleston St.
By the same, in 1864.
1 have aualvzed LYONS' PUKE CATAWBA
BRANDY," with reforence to its composition
and character, being tho saiue as that produced
in past rears. A samnle taken from ten casks
afforded the same results with regard to purity;
a slightly increased amonnt of the principle ou
wliicu its flavor depends was determined by coin
parlson with former samplos.
The indications of annalysis show that this
Braudy is produced by the suuie process as most
of the imported Brandy.
Respectfully,
A. A. JIaYES,. M. D.,
State Assayer. 1? Boyleston St.
Boston, July 90, 1864.
Manufactured only by H. II. Jacob (r Compantfl
(,To whom all orders should by addressed.)
Depot 91 Liberty St., New ork
decl"-3m
CLOTHING.
JOHN T. LAKIN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Has just returned from
THE EAST with the largest assortment
of Goods in his lino, ever brought to this market
and especially designed for the approaching Fall
and Winter Trade consisting in part of tho fol
lowing goods :
FRENCH CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
BLACK. BLUE. BROWN AND DAH
LIA, FANCY, FRENCH, EN
GLISH. GERMAN AND
AMERICAN
COATINGS AND CASSIMERES,
Of almost every conceivable stylo and color, all
of which we will make up to order, in the latest
and most approved style, at short notice, by the
best workmen, and at the lowest prices. Call
earlv and make your selections.
Military outfits furnished at short notice, made
in the most durable manner, st
108 MA'N ST.. WHEELING W V?.
sep90
NEW CLOTHING HOUSE
WUOi.t. till
"At,? * r? yf-'<
A Tremendous Stock of Clothing
?AND?
Gent's Furnishing Goods!
Just received at
H. A S. ROSENHEIM'S
Cheap Clothing Emporium,
No 107 Main Street Cor. Sprigg Alley,
WHEELING. VA
Call soon and secure bargains as we har? just re
ceived
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS'
Worth of Goods which will be sold cheaper than
Ibe cheapest 4er9
HAH PER & BRO.
HATE A
SPLENDID STOCK
OF
i
l. ? *t _;.l 1 1 ' t 4 j"
gp?ft &
?*0? * 4/1 H; ar : , edftal
mtJieoJi^d,
4 IV?THES HANDM9IE A8IOBT.
A MffifT of PLAIN and FA NCT CAS8I
MERES.
fcall and See Them
STEIN BROTHER?,
dec!3 Cot. Main and Monro? itowU.
! * { ' ? ? ? * 1 1 i if 1 1 1 I1 M *
OIJH STOCK
?#l* iO ? * .? ii v *
-OF? f
HEAVY OVER-COATINGS,
VELVET AXD CASHMERE
VESTINagj
We will cTom out at a bargain. Look in at
STEIN BROTHERS
declJ Cor. Main ami Monro# su?et*
WOOLEN SHIRTS > I
OF OCR OWW XAKE..4.EITKA
LARGE SIZE, ? handaom* pattern* iwl
the best material Take a look at warn At , . ;
STEfN BROTHERS,
de?13 Cor. Main and Monroe street*.
OEnrTLENKN'S
FURNISHING GOODS.
We have the
JIOST COMPLETE STOCK ?|
In the city at fair prices.
STEIN BROTHERS
decI3 Cor Main and Monroe street*.
Just Received.
We have just received a very large stock oi
CLOTHING
?FOR?
MEN AND BOYS WEAK.
II* ADDITION TO OUB FOBMER
EXTENSIVE supply ; making oar stock on
hand one of the largest, most complete and desi
rable in the citv- Call before pnrcnaaing and sea
for yourselves. STEIN BROTHERS,
novH-daw Cor. Main and Monroe 9trcota.
Something New!
WE HATE JUST RECEIVED
ANOTHER new and handsome assort -
mentof Cloths. Cassimcro Vesting*. Orwr-Coat
ings and
tient's FuruiMbiiiK UoodH.
We invite our friends and the public general
ly to call and look through onr stock, feeling as*
cured they will not go away dissatisfied.
STEIN BROTHERS,
novl-J-daw Cor Main aud Monroe street*.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
IMITING OCR CITV WILI. DO
WELL to give us a call before purchasing
where, as we arc determined to
CLOSE OUT OUR
ENTIRE STOCK
?OK?
HEAVY CLOTHING
. it
To niako room tor our
SPK1NG STOCK.
STEIN BROTHERS.
decl3 Cor. Main and Monroe atreets.
M. C. LEECH,
[SUCCESSOR TO THUS. HUGHE*,]
NO. 35, COR. MONROE WATER STREETS,
WhoolillR, V A.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
CLOTHING HOUSE,
AND
Fashionable itfcrHiaiil
Tailoring Establishment!!
Constantly on baud, u large anil select att*ortment
Ready Made C'othing
Made equal to Custom Work. Also.
SHIRTS
UNDERSHIRTS.
nOSIERV
DRAWERS,
HANDKERCHIEFS,
CRAVATS,
TIES.
GLOVES
COLLARS
4c &.C &r.
A magnificent stock of
Oloths, CaBimers and Veatings
SELECTED EXJ'RESSI \ FOH
Custom W ork.
sepSO *
Look. ! IiooliS Xjook.1
< LOTH lie
KLINE & HEYMAN,
NO. 151 MAIN STREET
CIITIZBIfl AND ITBANOIU
' a re invited to oar store where we Lava just
received a eomplcte stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHENO
And Gentlemen's KarnUbing Goods gOBsrsUT
consisting of every rarirty or
COATS, PANTS, VESTS. SHIRTS,
Drawer? Hankertbiefs Tie*, Socks, Umbrellas,
and Carpet Sacks. Drop in and examine oar
stock. No trouble to show go^ds
oct7 3m KLINE & HEYMAN.
CLOTHING.
a larue stock or ?rvr't a*d ?ot?' 1
Clothing & Furnishing Goods,
?J nst received and for sale by .
A. 8TEINFIELD & CO.,
No. M Main Street. 1
cEirriE tnntiM.
?KATTKNTISN of Tlik^
iPvJ? tew
a
;<*
. trrd
m 5%]2L*J?i fLTS^SSS
ant one, and convenient to tbe b*-^ ? ?***
dec8-lm JAMES
Water and Qmnoy ,treet?. fhmtinc ltffl?*
Water street and 132 feet on Qnh^T iT *?? ?
on which stands the taverahonse U<
name of the Y^la^e. ft*
be sold in one entire piece or ln,biE3.pertJ ?tt
Fer terms. &c., apply to
DOT301tu **? R AAM3TBQlfft
For Rent^
UNTIL APBIL 1m, l|ti
Dwelling House at the head^
street? adjoining 1ft. Warren's. Inq^^J
decS-tf at GMCoa^^*
Trml Sale of Tal?oj? |>
EiUitc.
In prairiMCi op a Dim A
TRUST made to me by Jeflbrson ?
too, now deceased, and which D??d oi r^f*
dnly recorded in the proper office 0f Ohuo* ^
for recording Deeds, I stall UtucC^
?>* Mondty tkt 1th day A'oe#*** ||H
At the Court House for said count- ~
ate iu the addition to Wheeling, called
Vista, and are numbered seven, eight
teu, in square No. 33, and which nSlii
not^nn Fifth oti-ont an. I IT-i? ? I
uated on Fifth street and Union street J* *'?
Fifth street and north of Union ?Ue?t. .?f *
now in the occupancy of the faiuilr o?
Robiuson, lately deceased.
Sale^postjionedto Thursday the^HhgfjJ^
? ' ,
BOOTS AND SHOEa
JOHN ANDER801T ?
HANtFACTlRER Aim nil.
EE IN BOOTS, KUDfiS AND LE?sl*
ER No. 196 Main Street Wheeling V? ^
sep2?)
It. PORTER &YoNS
ITHOLEMALE AND BStai.
VI DEALERS IN BOOT8 AND Simper1
135 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Va. *
Our stock is largo and wo are enabled tu a
great inducements. Merchant* art r.^a(?J
to call and see for themselves, before puivh
their goods.
$15,000 AT STAKE!
GREAT EXCITE31KNI!
At No. 176 Mais Stkekf,
(Next door to Stone & Thomas Drv Ooo<h Star* ,
FIFTEEN T II O CM A Rf D ??|J
? LARS' worth of Boots and Shoes offered to
purchasers at their own prices.
The subscriber having bought ?o uauwii)
large Stock just before tlie advance in prim
July and August, is now prepared to *U
the same at much lower pricos than any oUw
house in the city.
The attention "of all, both great and tuiill it
invited to my stock. Call early and Moure lur
gains. Qni? k sales and small profits i? the mi;
to adopted at this establishment
No trouble to show goods.
JOHN KNOX,
ootid 176 Main Street, Wheeling.
Boot andJShoe Store,
LOUIS FRANZHEIM,
Dealer in hootn iKBMr#n,
No. I4'.? Mam fit., Whetting, H* Vs., (tww
doors above J. C ffai hour's Carpet Store,
respectfully announce to wheel
ing that lib lias opened ? Itoot and SUov Store, at
the above stand whore be ? ill Vh? glad to hart
his friends give him a call His stent I* entirely
new, and ot the latest style and best HUshtjf.
Prices as cheap a* the cheapest
Important fo Everj l?od>!
A GOOD UKDIKKTnitnC'
TO HATE fT, CAM. ON
ROBINSON & BALL,
NO. lt>5 MAIN' ST H RET,
Where the most romplato atoA of
BOOTS. HHOIIH AID U4ITRKI
IN THIS ('IT V caii bo found Hie U?l u
sortmeut of Eastern made goods from th? dm!
approved manufacturers A l.ugti attx i ti tu
purior goods of out nu n in.iku Oiduri for m?
torn work pnm tuallv attended to.
sure to tind tho light place, |b?
thelllO BLACK 15IX)T Wheeling, W V?
dec Si?
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
\l ' i: ?>>:<. i.i t \ h to i.irMi
TV OUR numerous fividi and ru?u?o?t
that we wild out our entire interest m tli? BoJ
and Shoe business to David (inndling. who #UI
continue the suuo in iti various brunches. Beak*
will ho settled l>v the now tirm.
EINSTKINAUU
In addition to the altove, 1 would utate t)>aS I
liavo just received it new and elegant ?tmk ?i
Boots and Slioen which will he sold at ruhrcd
prices, as t hoy were bought ou t It* racist <ia
dine. Give mo a call and yon will notleav<> du
satisfied 1) tJIINHLIVU
155 Maiu street one door above John kuoUi
former stand. dtrll I a
FALL TRADE.
BOOTS AND SHOES!!
WARRANTED UNIFORM IX QUALITY
M'CLELLAN & KNOX.
Manufacturers and Jobbers'
SO. tt? MA IS .STREET.
018 mC'K OF BO?TI
for Uie Fall Trade la the largeat **
ever haen brought to thia aity.
It liMA beoli selected with oara pufui?^d alUt
the cash and warranted to give satisfaction
' L . ? ...tJ
We will sell ** low a? the s*uj? tjBfhttea ***
fee bought in any eaateni or western dty
M (JLKLLAN 4
154 Main SlraaS. ?a*S du?r ta
Jewelry SSara.
R. T. FBIEND A 80H*

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