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\ NTl DlSPl.PriC, Ol SUl it 8TOMAC1
■j'.V i’ll.1.8—an tnfiHiMe C-refur iu< sfio».
The -e i ills have b* tn highly approved of In tint'
v'lii have u >ed them for lie above ■ Mined <ii«eaa» •
and are prrsmibed by several physicians .or. cm*
n -i • m inis a t oti.■ *r ciu. -• \s u proof : th i
pre- miner) over oilier read i* S the pr prii tot
user :.s the foil owmg copy of a letter, d.te«
B ALTIMOilE CITY, 2th June, lr5?.
Deo >ir: I f> el i my duty «<» acknowledg
the great b nellt 1 have dertved from ih< use •
llr. Kush’s Ani l- Dyspeptic Ptik I have sutTer
erl u tdfer ibat disease, iu mart ot in forms, for u,
words of fom Years—have travelled mueh.eutf had
tile advice of several physiciiais, nono ot whie.'
\v rre ofmm " sen «*« to , -*n<> 1 had 1"'' diijosi
fverv iiupeot'i vet being r- orr-d toheulln. 11m
• ia| iipwartL, ol"forty p«Hmds ol flesh, and I: id h. -
«ue « weak, (par..cularly in my kgs) tl: it l
: >:ii I the least t vereise e\c« «.veiy t diguing. . I
male u-. also of .ill the popular remedte
\ i an benefit, and traving acriut Utility heard ot
r r,;K, 1 'letermioed to give then*a tri d. •»uu
, u.g ir • a the me oft hern no better result the.
■ i !,..ed ill U,e of all the other remedies I
j heu—but m lids l was happily disappoint -
ii. i few da\ s 1 found my appetite liiueh
l, iuv food rested easy on my stomach.
p restore.1, and in the course ot t few
s I felt my self a new creature. It is now
,rlv four months since, and I have no return o*
t'tedtse i*e. Some ot my neighbors wliol re
commended the Pills to, have us*-«! tli<-m w ith
like good effect. Cotukter.ug your I'ilL tiiefifore
an invaluable medicine, I cumot w itldiold my tee
bk* testunimy iu tie ir tin >t.
1 am, sti, vouf obliged and bund e servant,
(Signed)
J II. HAKKI3.
Bv 'ndigest'on, is meant los- ol appetite A great
veaxih ", p .rt.rm-*rly of the legs and wasting ot
♦he whole sy-.eio. Ii eartbum, or an uneasy sen
sation of tl.* heal about the pit ot the stomach,
which is ue times attended with nausea or sick
aes, oft lie stomach nd vomiting, beJchiug up o'
water whuh is generally sour, patent" ol the
c •untenati r.-, cost tv eiHs*, languor, gi Jdine-s, low
Be." of spirits, disturbed sleep, palpitation ot the
he irt, tlatul lev. Ac.
Ttie-e -vmptomsvarv in di defeat persons some
expefteociug more of them, and soinele-S each
in ttie order vnrf deyree of hia own particuJai
ca-e. These Pills act is a pow erful tonic, neu
ralize the a id upon the stomach, gives strength
to the t bili- .let! organs of digest! >n. restore »ho
appetite, remove nausea at the stomach, and ulti
mately tec >\er the heuilli of the patient. They do
not coot, in mercury in any form, uordo they sick
en the stoiu. cii as most purgative rnedicinp6 do,
but perform the office of a safe all*l mild purgative,
and are not surpassed bv any medicine. They are
therefore particularly calculated for fuuilv use.
TlieinveOter of these Pills was one of the most
eminent practi; loners ot* nu .tieiue in the In it ed
St^es, atf>l used them .-^eessfuHy m his practice
for manv years. They are not got up as a nos
truru to lelude the credulous, bu are recommended
on thebe*" of truth and experience. In ordei
th ■ iay b. oiimji xten-n ly its. ffii u,d w oliin th
teaoh «4 ad, th' v are odered at the low* price of50
cents per box, bv
WILLIAM BlTLFJl. Dmggut,
Baltimore street, and
J. CKl'MBAtKKB. A^.,u.
Wheeling Va.
JPAocfeg, July 30?A, 182?. eowly.
DOCTOR VUKV'.RS
S1<C2aCS1.TIC1Tj
Ju>t received an * For >‘ale l*v
A. S. TODD.
THIS EMBROCATION ha* for a
long time been esteemed as a valuable rem
edy in a variety of diseases, and I w til ven
1ui to say, that it tv'ill want no other recommen
r dation than that famished by the use of one or two
Bottles. In Kurviri'M it is attended \x itb the
most signal advantage— is also valnuble in Sjrrmins.
Sum buss. Buries, Indolent Svelliiio ■ t aid is par
tU'uiurfv serviceable til Lumbago, or pain in the
back, ;uid in many nstances x\ hen taken in doses
of from 6 to 10 drops, (m syrup or sugar,) it gives
immediate relief in Cholic. It is also much
famed for its powerful discus ive efficacy in tin
removal of Politer d, Fistula. Fcrste. Sprat ns, and
many other diseases incident to Horses, Fora
more particular description of this Fmbroeatunt.
ami the method of using it, I refer you to the ad
vcrtisintnt surrouuiiig the Bottle.
Whorl inf, Muted ID.
. ^ toud * woods,
If \\ E removed their l'RI tiS AND MEDI
CI NES frumtheir old Stand, to their New Store,
on Water Street, n» \t doo* to Mr. Samuel Den
nisioii s Hotel aud Stage OHiee, and a few doors
South of Forsyth & Dobbin's Warehouse. They
p,, v have on baud a General Assortment; but in
a few days they will reeel' ■, as per tb< ir invoices,
large additions to tliuir present stock—ot which
the following is a general out hue, viz:
Drugs, Oils,
Medicines, \ aruishes, &
Paints, Ckenicals,
OF'JILL KLYDS.
Physicians, Country Merchants, Paint'rs, I ul~
ters. !‘»ers, t ■ !o .r.rs, U titters and all ot '-rs Irho
St-, 'hr aboi c a r tit Its ran he supplied on the most
ti/hiul terms, and all oroers promptly attended to.
The fallowing wiQ be sold by the Barrel, hall
Barrel, »>r .is may suit purchasers:
Splits Turpentine, Cam Wood,
•• Wine, or aicolKil, Kni YY oud,
Cn-tor Oil, Brazil Wood,
Flaxseed do. A him,
Spt rm. do. > dts,
Sv. eel do. Gum Shellac,
Good V\ hi-Jtcv, “ * optd,
halk, " Juniper benies,
Y enitian Red,
Brimstone, Sp-nnish YY biting.
Pearl .mb,
AL>U—4D Kegs YY HITE LEAD,fresligrouud
Crum At try s ilork-, Pittsburgh.
It is ttvcuied uniieceS' .rv to to enter into a
minut.* detail of aft the articles on hand—we iu
vi e those who need such articles, to call and ex
amine i* »r them - elves.
M. L. TODD lm> ,ilsu for sal**, in the front part
of th store, md distinct from the Drugs A Med
iciucs, 1 he toi'.ov ing
GROCERIES, See.
T II. Tea, Gin,
Gdhpowdcr do. Whiskey,
'impend do. Cordials,
Cuttcf, Kiidn,
N. O. Sugar, Fi<h,
l '*baeco.
Brandy, Cigars and
Rum* SuutF.
Wine,
—ALSO—
A good assortment of CASTINGS at th«
foundry Prires.
EXPECTED SHORTLY.
ANassortmeut of CUTLERY. NAILS, GLASS.
CORD \GF, FLOUR, SHAD, and a quantity o.
WHISKEY.
W bofchng, September 3,1 82&
YrAOWDZZH LEAD & SHOT- A oonstan
JJE supply of Beatty’s Sup. Rifle Powder.
do. Trotter# do do.
Pig and bar Lead; Shot of all mxos; for sale by
march I, KNU.Y ^ MdiCL.
RTROLE^ALE & RETAIL.
CHAIR FACTORY.
\Y M. CGNNINGUAM,
TENDhRet his grateful
I ackowledgeuieiits to hi>
friends for past lavors, and
respectfully informs them
and tlie public that lie Ini'
re-conmuneuced business
in his new brick building,
one door south of J ones A
Ritchie, where he will fur
nish all articles in his line,
executed in a fashionable
<:vle arid of the best workmanship, on the most
■ .Ynn nnulatJig terms. He will have cuustantl)
mi bam),
Windsor ami Fancy CJiairs,
(With Grecian Cane, and luidi Seats.)
ROCKING & WHITING, DO.
SETTEES, &e.
tr| y^p Orders from a distnnOft promptly at
UWS'* tended to.
SIGXSf ORMMEXT.1L
PJl.XTIXG, executed in the best style,
an heretofore.
Tito Arm::.wires hawed.
Wheeling. Dec. 24, l"1**.
• —
.Vac Goods.
E have ju>? received and are now opening
y/ n large aiul general assortment ot British,
t 'r, nch. Carman India, 4* Domestic
DU Y GOODS.
Broad Cloths; Umbrellas;
i I'.'inetts; Men's Women’s & Cliil
i Kom* Blankets, 9-4 12-4 dren’s Boots A Shoes;
14-4; Mahogany Looking Glus
Merino Scarfs; s*-s;
S hauls; Tiokings;
Fancy Handkerchiefs; Calicoes;
Crape Robes: Irish Linen.
Ribbands, generaly;
DOMESTIC GOODS.
ALSO
HARD H ARD.
Selected from the latest Importations at Pliila
dclpitiu, all of which will he sold at a \er) small
ad\ anco on cost.
WM. B. TYSON. & Co.
Wheeling, October 1 o, le26.—41 tt.
NSW HAT TACTORT.
On Monroe, between Main and
Market streets.
J. II. W. HAWKINS,
(Late of Baltimore.)
Yr * WING commenced tins Ilatting Business,
wVJl v\ ill kuep on hand a geueral assortment ol
the most fashionable and durable
ELASTIC WATERFROOF HATS,
Consisting of superfine black and drab Beavers;
do. Imitation; Dnbs, first and second quality; do.
Casters, liurams, and also a handsome assortment
of boy’s and children’s black and drab Hats: all
of v\Iiieh be i- detcriuined to sell as cheap as
they can be had at anv Factory Fast or West ot
the mountains. Gentlemen, of both town and
cutuvry, will do well to call and examine them.
August Ft, lb28.—ifci if.
N. B. Two apprentice*, wanted.
1KI.SH 1IAK1) WAItF.
li. LAKE & CO.
II V V K Jl'ST KF.CE1VEO
1* PACKAGES OF HARDWARE.
A S FOLLOWS:
Superior quality Can
ing Knives «V Fork*
Razors,
Firmer C'hRsuls,
Prime <U>.
Plow Bits, Braces and
Bits,
Card Tab!' Hinges,
Spectf V
Till’d Sn.illles,
Plated Candlesticks,
Plate*! Snuders and
Tray s.
(lining Webb,
Slmgent’s Cast-stoel
Hatchets,
Mullen's do.
Mullen & Butcher’s
Cooper Adzes,
do. Broad Axes,
A-h's Board «l»»,
Steely arils, 45 to 300 lbs
Patent Metal Tea Ket
tles,
Poll-died Steel Shovels,
do. Tongs and Poker*.
and Common quality.
Brass W ire,
Iron Jo. from No. 6 to
30.
Phil. B-ncli I lanes
6 G 1-2 & 7 feet, Cast
Steel Mill Saws,
Coach Door Hinges,
Coach and (Jig Handles
I’lates. Dadieiiund 111!>
Bands,
III* Hinges,
Assorted Files,
Roller Buckels,.
Stinup Joints,
Iron Knitting Fins,
Cut Tacks,
Flat Hoad 151k. Rivetts
Beatty’s and Shugart’s
Cast Steel Wood Axes.
Iron and Steel Blade
Squares,
Pupil's Augurs,
Ride Locks,
Jnpan'd Norfolk Latch
es,
Plow Stops,
'•hoc Bristles,
English Sheet Brass,
G *V G 1-2 Rowland
Mill Saws,
Rowland’s and English
i< Cut Saws,
\
All ol which they will sell UTiolcs&lc and hctnil
at reduced prices.
\\ hccli'.g. !>■•«.• 17, __
WlfU.#.' vLE ANi> H IT AIL
Saddle-Tree Manufactory.
x'Pj Lt?l ECT1 I LLY informs the Western Stul
.^.V■ lers and Merchants, that he h;is on hand
ut intends to keep constantly. a general assurt
neut of most fashionable
SADDLE-TREES,
i )j' ;Ls good a quality as any manufactured West
j of the Mountains; those wish in" to purchase
u-e requested to call and examine his work,
lie tee Is particularly grateful to hi* friends for
| their liberal patronage hitherto, and hopes to
[ merit a continuance of the same, by giving them
I _;ood work at a low price.
\H orders addressed to Forsyth & Dobbin, or
to Daniel Murry, thankfully received audpuuctu
! Jlv attended to.
Wheeling, Pec. 17,1828.__
TO COPPER-SMITHS.
.11 ST RECEIVED FROM BALTIMORE.
BRAZIERS COPPER,
In Sheds. Flats, and Raised Bottoms.
Assorted sizes.—ALSO—
SHEA THING COPPER,
Including a general assortment of
Gr 2 C C? 2 2f»« 2 £ •
For sale lotc by
IJ M. M FLHINLY Jr. * Co.
i Wheeling, Dec,'
ZANS A PENTONEY.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
5 Cases containing superior iS'attinetts, Water
loo .Shawls,
Gros De Naples and Lutestring Silk*,
Fancy Cashmere and Gros De Naples Ildkfs.
tor the Winter,
Black Italian Cravats of a superior quality.
THE V HA VE ALSO JUST RECEIVED.
10 Bogs Mild Rio Coffee,
20 Bids, prime N. Orleans .Sugar,
20 Kegs Kentucky Tobacco,
12 Boxes Best Bloom Rai.-ins,
20 Kegs Pickled Oysters,
10 Boxes Best Rosin Soap,
Nails of every size,
Window Glass and Spun Cotton at Factory
Prices,
English aud American Blister,
Cast and Crowly .Steel,
Chests, half Chests, A Catty Imp. & Y. H. Tea.
Dozen Bed Cords, & Plough Lines assorted,
6 Cases Men's Fine Roraiu Hats, rcry tow.
Wheeling, Dec. 21. 1828.
ST. CLAIR SEMINARY,
i For the Education of Young Ladies.
x # \ the Seminary "ill ho taught the English
j and French languages, Reading. Writing Ar
ithmetic, Grammar, Geography, History, Music,
I Drawing, Painting, Embroidery, and plain mid
I fancy Needlework. . . .
The establishment is situated in the vicinity of
I Pittsburgh, on an eminence which commands a
I view of the entire citv. 1 he institution will he
conducted by French Nous, of the order of St
Clair, assisted by competent teachers under the
superintendauce of the Rev. C buries B. M Guire,
Pupils of all denominations will be received, v\ itli
out the least distinction, or attempt to change their
religious principles. Every exertion " ill be made
to cultivate the morals, and excite the emulation
of the pupils, in order to promote at once both
virtue and science. The government of the house
will be mild but firm. The strictest attention
will be paid to the cleanliness A health of the pu
pils. The 'xble " ill be plain, but plentiful and
w holesome.
TERMS.—Boarding and tuition, including
I English and French—yearly, 8bid
Music, : : : t
Drawing and Painting, :
Embroider v, : : t • 1^
Use of bed and bedding, : : J
Physician’s salary, : : : 3 -
Apothecary’s bill at the charge of the parents, Ac.
No charge for washing or mending.
The salary to be paid half yearly iu advance
DRESS will be uniform, con.-isting of two
black boinbazett frocks, and one white one; two
black capes, and two white ernes; two black bom
bazeu aprons; handkerchiefs, towels, combs,
brushes, washbowls. Ac.—all at the chare oi
the parents.
Pittsburgh, Oft. 28,1828
XE W WHOLESALE % RETAIL
®a(D®iaiB^
\VM. McELHINEY Jr. & WM. GALLAGHER,
(Late from Baltimore)
RESPECTFULLY inform tile Public, that they
have commenced the Wholesale nd Retail Gro
cery business, *n W heeling, undei the firm ol W.
M’KLHINEY &■ Co. They have taken the new
brick store on Main street, next door to IV. A.
S. TODD, where they will constantly keep on
hand a large and general assortment of Groceries,
which they will sell at Pittsburgh prii cs
THEIR STOCK ON HAND CONSISTS
OF \ouug llysorj Tea, in whole and half chests;
Imperial do. in half and quarter chests;
do. do. in lead of 2 lbs. each, very
superior;
Gunpowder Tea, in half and quarter chests;
do. do. in lead 2 lbs. each very superior;
Hyson do. half and quarter chests;
New Orleans and Loaf sugar;
Rio Coffee; Rice; Spanish Flote Indigo;
Pepper in Bags and Kegs;
No. 1 Chocolate in half boxes;
Madder in Hhds. and Keg?;
Gutniegs and Cloves;
Binger in kegs of 25 lbs. each;
Best Baltimore tanned Spanish Soal Leather;
Best Baltimore Manufactured Chewing 1 obac.
Spanish and Common Segars;
Braziers Copper in Sheets, flat and raised bot
toms (assorted sizes.)
II. Gin ami French Brandy;
Port and Madeira \\ ines;
N. L. Rum; Jamaica Spirits;
Nuls and Tobacco, Pittsburgh Manufacture;
Mackerel.
Country Merchants can he supplied at Pitts
burgh prices, and are respectfully requested to call
and judge lor themselves,
. Country produce taken in exchange for Merchan
dise.
Wheeling, November 19, 1?2P.
vyffT«' H IN E CARDS, POM FIPLATES,^.
iL4A *VC-—A constant supply of Machine < 'ards,
from the Manufactory ot J. «t J. A. Smith «fc Co.
Liecester.
200 feet best steed Comb Plate;
50 do do Card cleaners;
10 do/.. Fullers Jacks;
50,000 do Tenter Hooks.
Foi sale by lCNUX & McKEE.
I march 4, ’29.
--— ■
| > tXF. APPLE CHEESE—A new article in
k this market—2 do/.eu Pino Apple Cheese,
oi line taste and tlavor, just received and for sale by
inarch 4. ’29. KNOX it McKEE,
UEENSWAHE—In Crates, very careful
ViA ly assorted for country stores; for sale by
■ii jchfl. *29. KNOX it MrKLE.
DRUGS,
MLDICIAES, PALVTS Jh\D DYE STUFFS;
FOR SALE, BY
A'JJ 8«
.1 FEW DOOllS BELOW THE POSE OFFICE, AT THE OLD SEAM) OF TODD
AND HOODS, MAIN SEE RET, WHEELING:
WHERE he intends to keep constantly on hand, a general and extensive assortment of fresh
Drugs, Mediants \c. winch lie will sell a* low as they can he had at any other establishment
in this place; lie will cndeatoi to make it the interest of all those who call once, to call again,
lie has oil hand,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Alcohol, “ Catechu, Manna flake, Root Ginger,
Alum, “ Liquorice, “ sorts, " Gentian,
Annatto, “ Hyosciamus, Magnesia lump, “ Liquorice,
Antimony, rt Cicuta, r “ Calcind, “ Cslchicum,
Arrow root, “ Colocyntb, “ Sarsaparilla,
Arsenic “ Spruce, ’ once, “ Serp. Virgin.
Acid Muriatic, ” Cinchona, Nutmegs, “ 44 Seneca,
“ Nitrous, Ether Sulphuric, Grange I eel, Colombo,
u Nitric. “ Nitrous, Orrice root, 44 Valerian,
u Sulnhiuic. Emery, coarse & fine, Oil Croton, fl Pink,
a Tarliiric Flos. Sulphur, Oil Almonds, “ Hellebore,
u ' “ Benzoin, “ Aniseed, “ Ginseng,
u Frufsic fI Bismuth, “ Caraway, Sal. Ammoniac,
« Benzoic, “ Zinc, 4i Cloves, “ Sodtr, refined,
„ “ Chamomile; 44 Jumper, “ Rochelle
B irbadoes Tar, Fenugreek seed, 44 Lavender, “ Nitre,
KXU <«• a'w”. .. : erj
Burgundy Pitch, Ginger, 44 Pennyroyal, “ Utter,
Lrk Peruvian, Gum Arabic, « Peppermint, « lartar.
•• Scammonv Alep. “ Rosemary, Sots. Anunouiac,
« Cascarillav **uiyni. “Sassafras, “ Lav. comp d.
Rrimatone “ Assafcctida, “ Savin, “ Turpentine,
:r m 1;, - Aloes. “ Spearmint, “ Wme,
ll'.lk Kuivck’ “ Kbislic. “ Vitriol, “ N‘tr. dulci*
i» i i < “ Catechu. 44 Spike, “ \ ilriol,
B.dsant ‘ opaivo, u'um"i -J.. ’ „ , ’
it Canada “ Ammoniac, 14 Winter Green, Sponge fine,
„ pom “ Copal, “ Cinnamon, “ coarse,
„ Tolu* * Oragun, “ Burgaiuot, Senna Alexan.
r-dninel “ Gamboge, “ Fennel, “ Ind.
Cantharides, “ Kino, “ Petroleum, gup; Tart. Potasli,
Cinnamon, “ * J'<,n°“j Squills .Mar.
Castor Russian, 44 Myrrh, “ Linseed, fcugar Lead,
Castile Soap, white, “ Opium, 44 Olive, Saffron,
“ “ mottled, “ Guiacum, ‘k Seneca, Savin Leaves,
Chamomile Flos, “ Shellac, ** Castor, Sago Ind.
Cloves “ Senegal, u Tansoy, Spermaceti.
Cowicii, “ Tragacantli, “ Bears, Sup. curb. Soda,
Cream Tartar* 44 Benzoin, “Niger, Tartar Emetic,
foriosivc sublimate, Grains Paradise, Oxyniurmte of Potasii, l.mianudx,
Caustic Lunar, Hellebore Nigr. Pomegranite Peel, Trusses Hull s,
a Vegetable “ Alb. Pearl ash, Turmeric,
Chalk Prepared, Honey, Pearl Barley, Uya Uwi,
Coeulus Indicus, lliera Picra, Quicksilver, \ ilriol, white
Dragons Blood, Isinglass. Quassia wood, 44 Blue,
Digitalis, Juniper Berries, Red Precipitate, 41 Green,
Extract Jalap, Ipecacuanha, Ruse Water, Vitriolated lartar,
.7 Gentian Jalap, Root Klieubarb, Venice Turpei.tioe.
PAINT? AND DYE STUFFS.
Annatto Spanish, Manganese, Terra dt* rienna, Cochinael.
Prussian Bine, Indigo sp. Flot. Venitian Red, Madder, good
Chrome Yellow, pule 44 Bengal, Glue Opt. Muriatic At*iu,
“ Deep, Logwood chip’d, Gold Leaf W riting Ink,
Kings Yellow, “ In the Stick, Bronze Gold, pale, Veimilioo,
! Chrome Green, Fustic, 44 44 Deep, Drop Lake,
Red Chalk, Red Wood, ground, “ Silver do. Orange Mineral,
Carmine. Spts. Turpentine, “ Copper Yellow, Cam Wood,
Flake White, Linseed Oil, 41 44 Red, Nicaragua,
Indian Ink, Oclire Yellow, 41 44 White, Bazil Wood,
Ivurv Black, 4‘ Ground, 41 44 Green, Copper Leaf,
Lake, tine Pink Dutch, Alum, Paint Brushes,
Lampblack, 44 Rose, Verdegris, 44 Common,
Lead White dm Copperas, Umber Turkey, 44 Ground,
“ Red, ' Red Tartar, Varnish Copal, “ Fits,
“ Black, Pumice Stone, Paint Brushes-~of all u Sable hair,
“ Orange, Smalts Blue, sort?. Nitric Acid,
Ia*ad, in Oil, Spanish Brown, Silver Leaf. Rosin, refined.
Litharge, Spanish Whiting, Camel hair lining pencils.
PATENT MEDICINES, 8cC.
PII.LS Lee’s* Elastic Gum Catheters, Ink Powder, Perfumery,
“ Dvott’s, 11 Bougies, Sealing YV ax, Patent Directions,
“ Autlerson # Rotten Stone, Spring Trusses, Sucking Bottles,
“ Hooper, Worm seed Oil, Crucibles, Breast Pipes.
“ Mead’s, “ “ Tea, Black Sand, Vickers Embrocation,
“ Pierson’s, Bateman’s Drops. Teeth Drawers. K<*eve s W atcr Colours,
Mihvs Plaster, Turlington’s Balaam, “ Common, ( ourt Plaster,
Nipple shells, British Oil, “ Improved, Scales & 'V eights,
Phials assorted, Harlem Oil, T eeth Brushes, com.
Robert son's Elix of Opodeldoc Steer’s, Phosphorus, do. do. solver v>ny,
health. Godfrey’s Cordial, G*d n Tincture, Qu ut. Pint A 1-2 Pint
“ Nervous Cordial, Mortars A Pestles, Soda Powders, Syringes.
“ .Rheumatic Drops, Funnel* Glass* Oil of Spike, Patent Matches,
“ Stomach Bitters, Graduated Measures, Black lnx, Spring and I numb
Windsor Soap, Eye Salve, Durable Ink, Lancet'S
vory Ini. Pipes, Stoughton's Bitters, Pomatum, * r°oked Needles,
Lhial Corks, Salt of Lemon, Cologne Water, Fancy Phials, Ac.
ALSO,
A FEW DOZEN BOTTLES OF LORILLARD5, SUPERIOR MACABOUGH SNUFF.
Physicians, Country Merchants and others, will find it to their advantage to call at the above
establishment and lay in their scores* a? the assortment is cornel* te and the pnre* loft.
Flour, Whiskey, Ginseng, Beeswax, Snake-root, Ac. will be received in exchange.
| Wlieelmg, August t>, IC'dS.
r^T .-.a „
ITS IT SS033,
JJO. 1, CHEAP SIDE-NEXT DOOR TO
KNOX 4* M’NEE’S COMMISSION
WAREHOUSE.
ZANE & PENTONEY,
RESPECTFULLY inform the public that they
are just opening a NEff A^D SPLF.SOID AS
SORTMENT OF FALL AND WINTER
goods,
Br.ti.rht recently for CASH in the Philadelphia I
and New York markets, which they " dl *:**11 on ,
the most reasonable terms. 1 heir assortment
consists of every variety ot staple ami iuacy Urn-J
ish, French, India and American
© D OlDSi
Extra Blue, Blk. Clret, Steel mixt, and Citron
Olive Cloths;
Common do. do.
Superfine Cassimeres, most fashionable color*,
Super and common Cassincts;
Black, and Blue-l>lk. Silk Velvet for Vesting, a
beautiful article;
Silk, Florentine, Valentia, Marseilcs A: Toilinott;
Super Chintz, A other Calicoes, a great variety;
ButT, and second mourning (linghams, for winter:
Mull and Swiss Muslins, plain and figured;
Jaconet, Leno and Book, do.;
Cambric Muslins:Swiss Capes; Long Lawn,and
Linen Cambric Ildkfs.;
Thread, Bobbinet and Cotton Laces; Bobbinet
Points, very rich;
Plain Bobbinet, Cashmere and other Ildkfs.:
Scarfs and Shawls suitable for the approaching
season; #
Linen Cambric, Silk, Cotton 4* Worsted Hosiery;
6-4, 7-4, 8-4 and 10-4 Damat-k Table I /men;
6.4, 7-4 and 8-4 Cotton Diaper; Bleach’d cotton
Tablecloths;
Green Cassimere Table cover , splendid Hearth
Rugs;
Irish Linen; Canvass; 3*1, 7-8, and f>-4 Irish
Sheetings;
Blue, Pink, white and green Florences; Sattins;
Lutestrings;
tiros du Naples Silks; Crape Robe*,very cheap;
Coulorcd and Blk. Canton crapes; Ribbands, suit
able for the winter;
An extensive, ami general assortment of
DOMESTIC GOODS:
[ 3-4. 7-S, 1-4, 5-4 and G-4 Bleach’d and Brown
Sheetings and Shirtings;
3-4, 7-S, and 4-1 Bed tickings unusually low;
Point and Bose Blankets;
Gimp, Leghorn and Straw Bonnets; Silk and cot
ton I’nibrcllas;
Plain and figured Rombnzottc.s, black and colored;
Green, Blue, and Crimson Moreen;
G Cases fine Hats, very low; Boots and Shoes,
remarkably cheap;
Spun Cotton, every number from 5 upwards, at
the factory priced.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Hardware, Queensware,
and Groceries.
A Fine Assortment of English and American
Blister Steel, Crowly, Cast and S' ear Ho. Juui
atta Iron, Nails, and Castings; W indow Glass of
every size at the Glass Works prices. Persons
wishing to get omul Ixirgains are requested to
call and examine their stock and judge lor them
selves.
W heeling, Nov. 5, 1S2H.-44.
COFFEE, MACKEREL, AL
SPICE, &c.
*20 Bags Green Kio Coffee;
5 u Alapice;
7 Barrels No. 3 Mackerel;
O Half Barrels No. 2, do.
*20 Boxes K.ii-ins;
3 Kegs do.
Just vertical, tjnJ for sale loir, by
IF. 17. M'ELHLYEY Jr. £ Co.,
M VlM-sTItVtT,
WIIO HAVE NOW IN MOKE,
50 Bigs Rio Coffee;
15 “ Pepper;
*20 Bundles Spanish Sole Leather;
1 Seroon Spani-h Flote Indigo:
100 Loaves Sugar;
1000 lbs. of Cheese;
Voung llyson Tea;
1 Pipe Holland Gut;
1 “ French Brandv:
1 Qr. Cask Madeira Wine;
I o *4 port do.
N. O. Shigar; Ginger, Ac. Ac.
Wheeling, Nov. 26, 1k2«*.
WHOLESALE Sc RETAIL,
JAPANI), GRECIAN, FANCY \ HIXUSOli
ROBB & MORRISON,
respectfully in
\/y form their frit nds and
the public, that they have
concentrated their business
by enl trying their old stand
one door South oft he Hank,
Main Strict Wheeling,
where they have constantly
on hand a iar«c and splendid
assortment of the above arti
des together with Settees,* rattles, Kocki ng,vv ru
ing, ami Arm-chairs, allot which they will sell as
low as they can be had (of the same quality) ui the
Western Country.
Steam Boats ami Hotels, furnished at the short
est notice.
Sign painting done with neatners and despatch
Also Copal Varnish, warranted of a superior
quality, made and sold as lov as it can he had
Last of the mountains.
Wheeling, Sept. 3d, 1828.
[TJ’Three boys wanted to the above business.
PLOUGHS.
/ IRITE subscriber informs the public that he Ii:l&
JL on hand a variety of
PATENT AND BAB. SHEAR
Mi Jv J
I or sale at his establishment, .near the head oi
Main Street.
He makes it las particular object to manufac
ture this important implement of good material?
and in the W-st manner. Hi* Ploughs are par
ticularly recommended, being well adapted to ev
ery variety of soil; and which, for lightness ot
draught, for strength and eimplwitv of construc
tion, stand une< ladled: r.nd are, w ith contidei-ce
offered, as justly deserving the high character they
have acquired.' SAMUEL 1RWIX
Wheeling, F<b. 4, ’*29. 57lf,
"WOOD SCREWS -Merchants can
'#■/ lie supplied with -‘Philips’ ” superior A
nt»r:can Wood Screws, of all sizes ana Nov- ut
M.umfaturer's price*, bv KNOX A- McKEE.
P• 5*. This art icle is decidedly superior justrength
•tnd finish to the imported. " inarch 4, 'tfj.
■I* ’—?■ mi ^ ... ... - aiij.
FRESH SUGAR dL I
WE have just receive,] a fim l I
of raESHMAr,, I
brae. ko a,“r»l
i uly of NEW ORLEANS
-Mt<r crop, which vve offer to tur fr!W(4
usual low prices. ^
B111. J- F CL.1RKE 4
Feb 4t!i ,»7—if.
MACKEREL cx PEP***
*4 Barrels ^ Fresh Xm kT**
41 i*ags topper.
Just received and for sale bv
W. McEUllNEYJr. & f,
Wheeling. Deo. 10. 1.-2*. XHlH-S'>rte<
BOWEN'S JUKI ATT A NAt£:
RICHARD LAXRfcCo.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ASST, op
Wowons 3\\n\aUa XuvU.
Which they will dispose of by the Ko* or *i.
lor quantity.
-ALSO
1 Bale Domestic Sheeting
Wheeling, Dee. 24,1*2S.
DISSOLUTION.
/ pHL subscribers give notice that they bat,
_ I. this day, by mutual consent, dif^iha-J "coam.
nership m trade.
JF.SSEHXT2
lew. kimbalu
All persons indebted to the firm are r».ju,s.
lo call immediately and static tln-ir account, u!
notu or otherwise, with Win. Kimball &
Walraven, who are authorised to settle the
N. li. Tl»e business will in future be earned*
under the linn of
KIMBALL Sc WALRAVEU
Wheeling, Jan. 7, 1 *2!1
TOR EKNT
A STORK ROOM, nearly I
site the Court house, formerly u* tile H
I occupancy of .Mr. J.»hu Favrwtt... I
[ l or further particulars, cuquirtoffl
SAMITCL M’Cl.tl.l l'W I
Wheeling, Oct. 1.
WOOLLEX M&YUF.K'TURm
LOOK HERE!!
HE SUBSCRIBERS beg l n
l i he friends of Arneri<i*ii Manufacture*, that
| they have formed u partnership, for the puqxh*
of making woollen machinery. They will nuk*
carding, spinning, shearing, gig or napping nu
chines, looms, *Vc. on the most improved plans,
and as cheap as they can he had in tin* Western
country. They will also build Steam Eugincv
for land purposes. Their simp at present i» in
the Woollen Factory ol'X. A 1*. I'nESCGTT,
Wheeling.
(LFAll orders a* 1 dressed to KNUX A. M KF.E,
Commission Merchants in this place, or to tins |
Subscribers, will be punctually and tiuokfully»:
leuded to.
JONATHAN PE.VR8QN.
PARKS WALKER.
„%The Editors of the “Coshocton Spy," and
‘•Washington Examiner,” will please Hfcertti>
above tlireu months, uud forward llrir accoura
to tins office for payment.
Jan. 81. 1^28.—oTiikn.
feiX CENTS REWARD
ID AN’AW/W from the subscriber nntlwiittk
j Fa inst.au indented apprentice to the* '••■Imih
Making business, named ROBERT HIM 111
aged about 1“ years, and about fi feet 5 or 6 indu*
high, brown hair, Ac. All person* «r* htrtly
furwumed harboring said apprentice at thrir f«nL
The above reward, but no charges will be paw for
the arrest and delivery of said apprentice.
ANDREW KLEFEK.
Mm h II, 1089.
SEMINARY 1 OR YOUNG LADIES,
MR. EWEII,
! r|J>AS established in Wheeling, a BOARD
Jsl ING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOUNG LADIES.
'i’lic course of instruction comprehend* Jl tbe
branches usually taught at similar niadtuU®* «
the llusteru (’iti«*.
Thu manners and habits of the pupils vs to
•h r the particular guardianship »f the ladw «
his family, who ar«,* also the prim iplc uislrucUir*
TERMS: Spcilinj, Reading and Writiftfr V
per quarter. . .
Arithmetic. Grammar, Geography, History,aoc
Polite Literature, general^, 9b per quarter.
Music, Drawing an«l I'aintiug, extra.
Hoarding in the family of the projirietcr, P*
per quarter, (furnishing their own bed*,
,&e.)
The School is held in the house of 8. ®|WS
Esq. on Main Street.
REFERENCES. _
/for. Mr Wylie, U»n. A.
“ Mr. Unto», X. 7a*>, L<f
“ Mr. Il'luat, 7. Jacob*, L*i
Wheeling, Jan. 21.-5o-dleow^
FRUIT TREES, *V'
The Subscriber has taken great pain* t
and cultivate the best mid most rare km-h
Trees, &. is now prepared to furnish them
varieties, tit for planting out; hi*
silts in part of Apples, Fear*, Peechs*, ■
Cherries. Apricot-, Nectarins, Grape*, w
ries, and Currants, with a general a4*a,1j!'-Wf
Garden Send, for vale low forca-sh, *Hb*
uig Garden, about oOO yard East of
Wheeling, October 93d, 1888—If* . ..
TAILORING.
VeAOIlEKT G. MARTIN,
iii public, tlut he ha* commence^ ^ ^
business at the stand lately copied u-'
Huey, two doors sooth of the Slat* -1''J ^ ^
on Main street, convenient to the Hoi's* ^
, H< c!t .m<l Mr. Jfonnuton, and to die
I -Hiding: where Gentlemen*’ clothing^
at the shortest notice, in tin- he1** amneU
medium to tlie extreme of ■.
‘(p'Lidies’ Habits plain and ^
to the hto*i and most approved fashion*
Oct. ir»—4i tf.
DOCTOR JONATHAN
_ * . ,1
Tenders lii* *Lj ip*
i to tilt citizens of ^
country; and hop*’ *° *•' A,* £■
of the public patrona*** %,0
tuition will be *«ven w
uiav favor him with # ‘
' _ . * «i i»i.
lie May be found at Ur
iVkein*, July til, _^
SIGN A: HOUSE PAINTING, &.%&&•
PAPER HANGING
W. WILLI AMS, inform '« ji
. be ba* taken the room 00 .»*r
Nichols' !ar"p brick building on • a f./jwfi**
where he will l>e happy to U) n r
as have work of the ab ve pe^«f
ruled. He belie* c* that fr-;™ h»£«* £ ^
wall the abort britches </
w h-re tliey b-ive beea brou^bi to • - ^
lection, be w.U be able to render *"'!»•
lion to such as may employ m®
let*. 1*, IS®.—501b

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