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NUMBER 9
WHEELING, YA., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1852
VOLUME 1.
<l1)c lUljcding Sntdligcmcr,
is PUBLISHED
DAILY, TUi-WEKKLV anuwkkkly, bv
SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR,
B- B. SWKARINOEN.] [?* '? TAYLOR.
J. H. PENDLETON", ) pnixORS
OLIVER I. TAYLOR,\ *jUi UKJ>*
OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Monroe
and Quincy.
TERIIIN.
Daily, per annum
or 10 cents per week
Tri-Weekly, per annum. 3?00
Weekly "
TKBMH OF ADTBBTMVNG.
? TV71 lines making a Square. J
One squaie, 1 insertion, S
II II o M , ti?
3 " 1.00
" " 1 week, >??0
.1 ?? 2 *? 2,00
" 14 1 mouth, '1,00
o " 5,00
ii ?? C " 8,00
? 12 " 10,00
Po* Yearly A?VERTi?E*E*Tir?1 square, with Ihe
privilege of r *s in?s, per nnnuum 15,00
One aqvfc.e, pe: quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00
business anu Professional Cards, (per annum,) not
exceeding 5 li.ies, IJ.00
For Lo.xo Advertisements, liberal discounts will be
made on tlie above rotes.
(E?~Keligious notices, and advertisements for Charitable
Institutions and Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously. I
tC^r".Marriages and Deaths inserted gratuitously.
BUSINESS CARDS.
llOISGAN NELSO.V,
Altorury anil Counsellor at Ln\r,
Otlice No. 100, Fourth street,
WnscLisat Va.
ALFRED CALDWELL,
Attorney ut Lair nud Solicitor iu C'hiinccrr,
Office No. 12-17, Main street,
WlIEELlNfl, Va.
KIMKKLL A FIT/UI70II,
Attorney* and CounMellor* at Law,
Office No. G9, Monroe StreeL
WiiKEUsn, Va.
J A 71 KM PAI LL,
Attorney nntl Counsellor at Lnw,
Office No. ICS, Fourth Street.
J. G. M'CLELLAN.
Attorney at Lnw.
St. Lorn*, Mo.
Office on Pine street, north side, between Main and Sec
oud, 2d floor, eutranee No. 8, Pine strecL
Particular attention given to collections in Missouri and
Illinois. *"52?
GIBSON L. CRANMErt,
Attorney at Lnw.
NOTARY PUBLIC
FOR THE CITY OF "WHEELING,
tC7"And Commissioner (or the State of Ohio, to take
acknowledgements of Deeds, Depositions and other w-it
ins*. _
2. JA? OB. J- ?- 1'ENDLETON.
JACOB 6c PENDLETON,
Attorney* at J*aiv,
Office three doors north of the Court House,
Wheeling, Va.
CC3"Will attend regularly the Courts of Marshall. Ohio,
Hrooke, and Hancock counties, and tlie Distiict Courts at
Fairmont and Pa.keisburg, and such otlie; Courts in the
vicinity of WheeUnjas may be necessary.
JOHN U. NEWBY,
Alderman 4tb Ward: and Attorney nt Lnw,
WILL attend to the taking of depositions, and writing of
Deeds, Contracts, Leased, &c. Pe ?008desi.ous of h'S ter
vices in Uking Deposlt'oHS, wi'l p!ea?e to have the not ces
so as to take them ai his office. He wi'l be ;Ound iu his
office mostly during Hie day; from 7 A. M. until 7 P. M.
Orrice?Lower end o.' Ma il stieet, adjoining the Haiti
inore and Ohio Kail Kosd Station. aujiJO,
DR. A. N. TODD,
Office and Drug Store, corner Quincy and Fifth streets,
W11 EE LI No, Va.
DK. J. C. IIIIPP,
Office on Main Stieet, one door South of Judge Fry's
residence.
WHEELING. VA.
DR. E. A. HILDRETH,
Ofllee and Residence, No. 7S. HIonroe street
ADJOINING THE COURT HOUSE.
DR. THOBURN,
OFFICEKO. O-l, 3IAIK HTREET
au?2C-Ir"l t?i? Wliri linj.
F. R. ARMSTRONG,
AttEVl' A.VD DEALER IX
REAL ESTATE.
j] Office corner of Main and Union street?,
?f&ug27-lyd WHEELING, VA.
TIIOM. If Oil ."VII IS OOU,
Dealer in Real Estate,
HAS on hand, Htdlding lotc and improved property for
sale on accommodating lelnis. Two JSiick houses,
one Office, and one Hall .'or societies or otherwise for Kent,
lyd. MoiiroeSt., No.2-tJ, up stairs.
JOHN B. VOWELL,
DEALER IX
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
DycMtulfr, Patent .Medicine*, Perfumery Ac.
SO. 2-1, ONION ST., WlirELINO, VA.
KELLS & CALDWELL,
HucccMHor* to .Inn. 1'uull & C!o.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
AND DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs,
VAKKISHKS. BRUSHKK. GLASSWARE, &c.
BMO\ ni'ILI)I9l4iM,}IAlX NTREET,
"1th door below Monroe,
WHEELING; VA.
J. H. CRUMBACKER,
AVfioIemale and ICetnil
DRUGGIST,
No. 17a, Maim Street, Wheeliko, Va.
W. T. SELBY,
Wholesale Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
NO. 23, MONROE STREET,
Wheeling, Va.
W. D. MOTTE,
Dealer In all kind* of Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
No. 17?, Market Street, Wiiekliso, Va.
O. W. IIK15XELI.. Ja?. A. rrrZEB.
O. W. HEISKELL&. CO.,
Dealer* in all kind*of
Fanoy and Staple Dry Goods,
Corner of Market and Union streets, tlnee doors from
Win. S. Wickbam's Auction Rooms,
aug21- Wheeling, Vn.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
TH. JOHNSTON, JR.
DEALER 15
RICH HILKft, FANCY DBFi? GOODS,
India, French, Ilrljjinn,
Engliih and Amerienn
DRY GOODS,
Ol' EVERY DESCRIPTION, QUALITY AND PRICE,
Wo. IOJ, Main Ml., Ea.tSldc,
W'lEtl.tNO, VA.
LUDWIG-, KNEEDLER & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
I.N BRITISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN DRV GOODS,
\K?- HO, Abrth Third Street, S. Weal comer of liore Street,
PHILADELPHIA. -
J. C. HARBOUR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
CARPETS, RUGS, OILCLOTHS,
'?OOKIFTO GIjAHMKA, a- dpuozjtebv
WABEOF EVERY DEXrRIPTION,
HO. 143, MAIN rrRKET,
?VVnKKLITfG. VA.
BUSINESS CARDS.
HENRY K. LIST & CO.
(Sl'CCESflORB TO LIST, JIoU'ELL & Co.) '
Wholesale Grocers and Liquor
MERCHANTS.
No. 88, Main Street,
Wiikkmxo, Va.
R. CRANGLE & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Forwarding and Commission
JIERCIIANTS.
Corijor .Monroe and Market streets,
WHEELING, Va.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON,
Grocer and dealer in
n.OVR,AND AM. KIND* OF I'ROVIH
I?W, CLOVER & TIMOTHVSEKD.
So. 1W, S. im CORNER MARKRT iSD CK10M SI*.,
WHEELING, VA.
S. D. WOODROW,
DEALER IN
FAMILY GROCERIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Imported Wine*, ?jlqnor?, and r5gnr?,
FOKEKGIV FRUITS, NUTS, Arc. Ac.,
No. 265 MainstTeet, Wlieellng, Va.
o- A. ZANE,
CO.liniMHION MERCHANT
FOR THE SAI.E OF
LEAF TOBACCO,
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
No. 4, Light St. Wharf,
HALTIMORB.
M. J. KEATING,
Wholmnle nnd ISctnil Denier in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
NUTH, C'IGARM, Ac, Ac..
And Manufacturer of every partible variety of
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
Comer or Main and Monroe Streets,
Wheeling, Va.
P. E. ZINN"
Wholeiinlcnnd Retail Denier in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
IVCTS, CIGARS, Arc. A*c.,
And Manufacturer of ece-.y potsiule variety of
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
No. 185, Main St., near the Suspension Bridge,
Wheeling, Va.
J. N. ZIMMER'S
CRACKER AND CAKE BAKERY,
No. IRQ Market at, a feu; doors South of the Market Home,
Wheeling, Va.
He keeps constantly on hand a large stock or the follow
ing articles : Butter Crackers. Water Crockets, Soi'a do.,
Sugar, do., l'ilot Bread, and the celebrated Boston Crack
en*; all of which will I?e sold nt the very lot rest pi-ices.
Wheeling, Au;. 21, '52.?Cmd.
Wm. RIHICLDAFFER,
WIIOMWAIiK AND RETAIL
CHAIR MANUFACTURER,
No. 27, UNION STREET,
Wheeling, Virginia.
EDW. L. PRATT,
Fancy and Windsor Chairmaker,
MAIN STREET, BETWEEN onion and UOXJOS,
WHEELING, VA.
S. D. HARPER
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
II ATM, CAPH, HTRAW KOODS,
MUFFS, FURS, AND CARPET HAGS,
No. 131, Main st. corner of Union,
Wheeling, Va.
8. M'ri.ALLEN, S. M'CLALLEN, JR., C. I>. KNOX.
M'CLALLENS & KNOX,
Whole*nIe nnd Retnil Denier* in nil kimlMof
Boots, Shoes, Leather, &c.,
No. 196, Main street,
Wheeling, Va.
WILLIAM BOLE,
Wholennle nml Retnil Denier in all ItimlM of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NO. 1GI, MAIN ST., BELOW MARKET ALLEY,
Wheeling, V n.
JOHN HOWELL,
DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,
IVo. 17'2t ITlnin Sc.
ST. CHARLES HOUSE,
RV
W. T. STEPHENS.
NO. 20, WATER ST.,
Wiieelino, Va.
tC5"Tmvcllers can be accommodate with airy ami com
fortable rooms, at moderate prices. Meals at all times.
OCS^Hjisgage conveyed to and from tJie River free of
Charge.
FOREST CITY HOUSE,
W. A. 8c IX. C. SMITH, Proprietor*.
Corner of Superior Street and Public Square,
tf Cleveland, O.
WALNUT STREET HOUSE,
J. W.8WBNEI, Proprietor.
Walnut street, between Sixth and Seventh Stieeta,
tf Cincinnati, O.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(SCCCEMOHS TO Swkeneyb & lli;1.1.,)
MANUFACTURERS OF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
China, <lueciiNvrarc, Ldupn, Ciirniidolc*,
TABLE CUTLERY, Arc.
No. C5, MAIN STREET,
Wheeling, Va.
NEW QUEENSWARE STORE.
HOBBS, BARNES, &. CO.,
IiuporirrN, Wliolcnalcnnd Retail l>ealerM in
CHINA, C?LAMM, & QIEE^SWARE,
HOUSE AND STEAMBOAT FURNISHING GOODS.
Ao. 2S, Monroe St., tuar the Pott Offce,
WHEELING, VA.
H. P. MORRIS,
DEALER IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
No. 11, Monroe Street,
Wheeling, Va.
EDMt'ND lloniif, fV I \ . J THOS. L. TAYLOR.
HOBBS &. TAYLOR,
ItlannfactnrerN of
STEAM ENGINES,
AND GENERAL 7IACIIININTN,
CORNER MAIN & QUINCY STS.
mill ENGINE*, TOBACCO asd nOIHTlKa WREW8
."TKaMHOaT ENGINES, OR1HT and 8aw mill WORK,
efrnace ENGINES, ENGINE EOILERP,
And all kindM of Machinery made to order,
on the niOHt rennonnblc terntM.
K. W. Stephen*, Chap. Bkatty, F. W. Knox.
WHEELING NOVELTY WORKS.
STEPHENS, BEATTY, & Co.
MANUFACTURBRS OF
SCALES, LOCKS, LATCHES,
Coflfee mill*, all kind#* of Fastening?,
Hinge* and Itlaleable Canting*,
- i" WHEELING, VA.
E. VARIfEY
MANUFACTURER OF
COPPEB, TIN A: SHEET IRON WARE
No. 8. Main fit., near the Creek H ridge.
WtlEEMNO. Va.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Wheeling Savings Institution.
OFFICE. IVO. 193, ITCAIN 8T.
OfBee open from 9 o'clock, a. in., until 3 p. in. Discount
day?Thm day, iflo'ciock, a. m.
GZSPMo. e?* .cce'veil on transient depoaite. Interest paid
< n special dcposiles.
J. C tucAi.Ktn, Alex. Ron En h, Ai.ex. Paxton, A.N.
j Johnson, Daniel Steenrod, Jab H. Marrii, Adam Firn
MCll AND H. K. LIST?DIRECTORS.
1 oi?32! WM. McCOY, Treasurer.
TIIE WE8TERPT
INSURANCE COMPANY
or \VHEE:.;NC1, VA.,
Continues to take all kinds of Flie and Marine risks,
Office No. 192, Main at.
M. NELSON, President.
WM. M'CO\t Sec'y.
INSURANCE.
The Fire and Irfnrin? Inuurnncc Compnuy,
OF WHEELING, VA.,
Takes risks at the lowest rates, on lluildingsof all kinds;
Steamboats, Factories, Mills, Furniture and Merchandise,
and against all dangers atteiwps ttic transportation of
Goods on rivers, seas, lakes, canals and Hail Roads.
Office on Mon.oe stieet, opposite the Court House.
It. W. HANDING, Sec'y.
WM. YOST,
WATCII IHAKEKS, AND WATCH AND
CLOCK REPAIRER
No. 119 Market street, near the Post office.
CCj^AII business in his line promptly attended to. Cnnl. ,
II. C. MILLER.
M. W. Mil.1.til.
Miller & Miller,
IIOl.SE AND NIC3N PAINTERS, GLA
zirr* nnd prninrrx,
No. 263, Main Street, Wheeling, Va. septl.
H. LAMTDIN. -R.C. BON1IAM. F. W. DA8SCTT. |
LAMBDIN, I30NHAM, & CO.,
VIRGINIA, WHEELING AND PIMENIX I
PAPER MILLS,
WHEELING, VA.
.Manufacture Printing and Wrapping Paper, Candle Paper, I
Cotton Yarn Paper, Steam IJoat Paper, '
lionnet Hoards, Fullers' Hoards, &c.
ISLAND TANNERY.
II E It G E R ?? HOFFMANN,
MANUFACTURERS Of
Every description of Leather,
And Dealer* in Wool nnd Hidew,
Store Room ATo. 170, Corner of Markrt Alley aw' Main etrect,
WIIKKI.1 N?!, Va.
?E5~Shoe Findings of all kinds on hand, and sold at vei y
moderate terms.
LUMBER, LUMBER.
L. S. Root's Lumber Yard.
ANl) PLANING .MACHINE,
WEEST7R STREET, C-iNT!*.E WllEELJNO.
CCj" He is nrepa ed to fill nil orders for SAWED LUM I
i:bi:, planed flooring, weather hoarding,
SflkNCLES, CEIi.ING, LATHS, ?S:v. vcc. '
Office; No. 2-!, Main Sheet, near the Cheek Rridoe.
augS-l?Jy.d.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
M. H. GREGG
Number CO, Monroe Street, ue*r the Court IIoukc.
GENTLEIIIEV'K OI.OTIfl IAG
Made to order iu the latest styles.
J. & W. TAYLOR,
IlInuufacluvciH nnd Mcalrrn iu nil kind* of |
TOBACCO; SNUFF & CIGARS,
WHOLES A EE AND RETAIL,
No. 163, Main St., East side, 2 doois below Ma.ket Alley,
If. Wukklinu, Va.
WM. H. HOWSER,
ITKnnufacYnrcr nnd Dealer in nil kinds of
Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars,
NO. 167, MAIN ST., WEST SIDE, NEAR MARKET A I. LEY,
WHEELING, VA.
RICHARD NELSON,
IflnnnfnctiiroM. to o.?ier. nil I.iud* of Tenlii, |
Fire fecreena nnd II**, 'l iTrpmiliii^,
Awuiu^N. nuil
FIiAGMFOIt Al.f. ['Ol.lTlCAl, l*AI[l'IU? |
aus2l-tf No. 2?, Water Sttecv, Wiieki.imi, Va.
THOMAS POPE.
ARCHITECT.
Ofllcr, No. ? 15. iff olodron ISnildiii^M.
Persons about lo br?ld, can obtafn designs fo-- Public |
Rui'diircs a-id Private Residencec, w'ththe icquislte speci
fications, estimates a.id si'pci'imendancc.
Carpenter and Jobbing Shop.
ELIAS DEW, ?s prepared to execute all' desc/ip
t'ous of Cr..*;irjier Work. Plain and O - nameutal
AISC IIITIiCTl'KA I. ORNA.11ENTN,
made lo order. Contracts "or buUdinss made on I'.beral
terms, and every description of jobbing promptly attended
to.
S*io'?, South bank Wheeling Creek, neor ibe 2>\or.e
b.idge. * Auj. 2i,-.'
WM. COWDEN
DAGUERREOTYPIST,
Rootn* No. od, 7ianroealvrett Ui'-ee:i hie Nno Hotel and the
Coi-.l Uo>-nr.
L'kenesces taken ip any .equL ed shade, and colored to
rcpie.ent the l:v:;rj compIcx?o:i by r new style of coloring
?W8 ? rpnted io never f?*dc. Pictures of all sizes, both sin
gle a;>d in groups. ->ut i?.? in pla?;? and fancy coses, at the
loweot i>. ice?. Likenesses of children accurately taken.
DAGUEEREOTYPJE GALLERY. |
AC. PARTRIDGE invites attention to his Da
? gveieaiiKooms, and Appai atus, now the lesu't of
years ol" experience and close application to the art. Con
fident that he now combines in his establishment all of tlie
improvements which time and proper tests have proven
valuable, be can piomise toprodrce Likenesses combining
all the beauty and perfection which has yet been attained
by the Daguerrean process.
For the attractive and commodious style in wh'ch his
looms t<c fitted up, he invites the public to call and exam
ine ior themselves. His Cabinet of Specimens aie always
open for inspection.
Likenesses taken in all kinds of weather, singly, or in
groups; also, post mortem I-kenesses ..al;en at short notice.
1CJA well selected stock of materials?Chenrdcals, plites,
cases, lockets, d-c., always on hand and fo-- sa'e.
Hoouin, No. CO Hlouroc nt., near the Post Office.
Brentlinger <S& Armstrong,
FIXFSC/IAPTIO* ISTK,
HAVE jfCt receded ai vhe;rmed'cal siore, a "resh sup
piy of t.ie nio'ji choke medicine?;, such as ;>co.?ie may
rely u->op, In ui-'k'ii^ the ?' Elections, noregard is paid io
prices, so I* e *? i-cle ue of t'.ie oefct qi'al'ly.
PIiTs2cbii>; I*i esc#-; (>iiouMput up by ca?efi*l hands
at all day or n? ,??!. ai',4i-jyrd
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Pevf'umery, &c., &c.
JH. CISUHf IIACItEIt woi'ld announce to Ids
? friends and the public generally, that bavins purchas
ed il-e in'tCiest of the senior partner in ibe business lately
condi-cted under the iirm of J. Crumbacker & Son, he
W'll coui'nue the came at the old stand. No. L75, Main st.,
and would .especifi 11 y sol:cit, and trusts to ineritacontiu
iuii.ee of llie pat; onaje u> liberrlly bestowed on the old li?-m.
lie has just returned fiom the Eastern cities, and is now
opciduj an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and
Chem'cals, Perfumery, Fancy aiticles, &c.{ all of which
were purchased a^er at-ict perconal inspection and with
scrupulous legard lo purity of quality, and are now offered
to Ihc public on the most reasonable terms. lyr.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
l>n. S. P. IIULL.IHEN, Oflicc No. 131,
Fourth st.Mt, near tho Presby.erirn church,
MonurrcUncs Teeth crpre-^sly for eacii par
ticular ca.se. Full setts of Teeth, or any
parts of cells, r.vde with artificial Gums. The Gum is
mrde in one continuous or solid piece?the cost is the same
Tor teeth wiih or without grnia.
Fell setts oftCPth made Ironi ?75 to ? 150 a Sett; small
setts from ?3 to g-5 pe." tooth. lyr:d.
NEW FIRM.
w~> MESSRS. CAYWOOD, CONKLIN & CO.,
having purchased the entire stock of Stoves, Tin,
Copper and Sheet Iron ware of T. G. Culbert
S*^ftkson, would respectfully inform the citizcns of
'Tpr?^ Wheelins *nd vicinity, that they will carry on
I he business or manufacturing Tin, Copper, and Sheet
Iron Wine, of which they have constantly on hand a good
assortment, ror Wholesale, and Retail-, very low for cash;
all persons wishing to purchase, would do well to call and
nee us at No. 19, Un>on St., at the old and well known
utand heretofore occupied hy T. G. Culbertson.
Part'cular attention paid to repairing.
Wheeling. Aug. 21. CAYWOOD. CONKLIN & CO
ANOTHER ARRIVAL OF
RICH AND SEASONABLE CSOODS.
BV KXPRESB.
1 PIECES Paris Bereie DeLains in Rich styles?also
Cj tome neat figures for Misses and children.
Riah Brocade Silks,
Marie Louise Gro De Rhine,
Silk and Linen Foil De Non for travelling dresses,
Rich colored Jaconets, new styles,
China Silks, dark and neat styles,
Muslin Rands,
Revieie Inserting*,
Lupins Extra Mouselin De Lains and French Meri
noes in Black, Salmon, Rose, Blue and Whiles
Extra Fine French Linen Cambric H'kra.
Received this day by
O W. II RISK ELL Ar CO
CITY -BUSINESS.
American*, I'utronizt: Your Owu iVfniln
fnetnre*.
Wheeling Silk Factory.
AMERICAN Silk, manufactured into-superior and sub.
stantil articles o." vhe various'fabrics now in use at
GILl/S SILK FACTORY* Maih Street; Centre Wheel
ing. The curious in such matte sn.e invited to call mid see
tlio process ofjw.iu lecturing, mil those wishing to pur.
---? ?'? 1 oim ilin.! (in rmiinil.
lO It, Ptiu ?. ?? . _t
R'chaid-on's Furnishing Wa.e i^ese, Np. 119, Mam
S? ee.. G".'c'.).ini'tO.
Our Fab :cs n.cwr vented all pure Silk, and have taken
the HIGHEST PREMIUMS, mi?' gWd ftffd uUvor medali,
ni the A roe ice n I.isi'iuie, New YO'K, Franklin Institute,
PnHadqiph'P, and Ohio S?alc Fair. We are constantly
injuiu-aciu.ing, Mid our s*ock is now large and seasonable,
co.T.iria'ngnwny varieties?velvets, satins, vesting*, diess
silks, fringe*, c-avnts; imndkei chiefs, of white, black,
ptoWl. figured and p.inted, all the newest styles, made of
be'ft iwiucd 9'lk,l\viJiedand plain. Also, shirts, drawers,
and hairliose tor gentlemen.
Please call and patronize this important branch of Amer
ican manufacture. Orders for every variety ofsiiks prompt,
ly executed.
Merchantable Cocoons and Heeled Silk bbi-ght.
JOHN W, GILL.
New Music Store.
Migu of the Orcein" Trigonnm, IVo. lOO
illnin Street.
i J. FICK1ESON wouid respectfully an
j-ggnot'.nco 10 the citizens of Wheeling and vi
1\T G^ffT/cinity, Uiat ho has just opened a new aud
J s If ?' elegant establishment for the sale or Violins,
I Guitars, Violincellos, Flagolets, Flutes', Fifes; Acco.de
oiis, Barijrs, j?nd Tamborines. Brass Instruments the
first and bc3t mnkc. . . ?
lust.uction books for all kinds of- Instruments; and for
singing.
Mu. c for the Piano, Guitar, Fluto and Violin, also, the
no west Songs, Duetts, etc., and the ?"cry best Koman and
Italian V'olin and Guitar Strings.
f'la-onet?, fleet's, Tuning Fo-lis, also Violin and Guitar
Screws, Viot-n Finger and Tail Hoards.
Bows ttor Violincello and Violin.
A. Klebe.'s Furnvure Polish, for renovating varnished
Furniture, such ; s Piano3, Cabinets, Steam Boats or any
descip^ons or Fun-tine.
Also for sale by tiie Agent for Kleber, Pittsburg Pianos
of the first and be.-jt mrouacture in the United States, such
as Ncnn? and Cla>k's grand aud square Pianos, J. B. Dun
ham's, Hallett arid Allen's celeb-ated Boston Pianos, ?Vc.
Agent ror the make of Carhardt and Needham's Patent
Melodeons.
Accordeons, and all kind of musical instruments repaired
at the lowest prices. tf.
KELLS & CALDWELL,
(successors to jas. FAULT* & CO.)
finportcritaud IVholewnle denier* in DrugH,
.lleilicinc*. Chemical*. Pnint?, Oiltf, &c.
No. 83, UNION BUILDINGS, MAIN ST.
HAVING purchasad the entire stock, fixtures, chemical
jmn;? mti'S, ??c., of Clie lirm of James Pau!l <fcc. would
lespcctiully solicit ihe patronage of dealers and the public
geno?ally. All good1! warranted.
In retiring from the Drug business, we take pleasure In
teconiiueod'cg to favorable consideration our successo s,
^>css s. KePs ?St Caldwell, and have no hesitation in saving
that our former customers, and dealers genorally, will re
ceive that attention and accommodation which has earned
for this well known house a large share, of patronage.
JAS. PAULLA; CO.
STEAM MARBLE WORKS,,
OG.MARKET ST., WHEELING, VA.
rpriE SUBSCRIBER having nu<de extensive arrange
X r.ients in the East fo." the supply of Marble, and con
templating the erection of Steam works, he would invite
the attention of Achi'ects, Builders," and the public in gen
eel to the inspection of his stock, consisting of ltabaii,
Egyt:an, Sienna, American aud other Marbles of the finest
qualities which can be sold lower than any other establish
..lent in the west.
Dcaleis would fird it to their advantago to inspect his
stock be'Oic purchasing elsewhere.
His work is done in the most elahorate style, and lie
would invite the attention of purchasers to examine his
stockofStatuary and other carved work,- Monuments, Cen
otaphs, Tombs, Head and foot stones, ?&c., andGrave yard
WO k in every va?iety; being e'nahletl by his superior facil
ities to supply this work at considerable lower prices than
anv oiher establishment in the country.
Please give me a call and eximlne my work.
MICHAEL J. KOHAN,
Marble Masou anu Vault Builder.
tCF-Also Calcined Plaster, Hyd.r-.JlUi Cement, Plaster
Casta and .Modcle, ?ml Mailetta Grind atones, Wan anted
at the lowest f.adc prices. 1 y. d.
[GEORGE MENDEL.
IVo L>1. Ulnin .Street,
WERE LING VA.
TS now receiving a LA RGE LOT OF CARPETS, BUGS,
MATS AND MATTING. Also, Table and Floor Oil
Cloths of all widths, aud keeps constantly on hand a laige
assortment of Furnattno of eve.y description.' Gilt and
Mahogany Flamed Looking GIas: es, Glass Plates', Veuii<an
and Transparent Window Blinds, Blind Trimming, Clocks
M?iog.?ny Vanecrs, Varnish, Haircloth, Curled Hai.,
Spring, Sacking Bottons, Brass and Mahogany Stair Rods,
eci. all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. aug2I
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
rilHE undeisigncd has re opei.cd his stock of Superior
I Tobacco and Ciga s ai No. 107, Main street, west side,
near Market Alley, where will be found all the clx.ico
Brands of Tol.acco, Snufl and Cigars, ol which the follow
ing is a pa t?Regaiia, Iir?y.cria.!es, Cattones, La No "mas,
Cazaduies, Planatellas, Principce, Halt Spanish, Kenf'uck
Common Cigais.
TOBACCO.
Russell and Robinson's, Grants, Dixon's, Jones and
Hudson's. ?
SNUFF.
Rappe, Congress, Maconba, Scotch, Cut and Dry for
Smoking, ?X,c.,?S.c.
The undevsigncd feels thankful for favors IwMetoIbre be;
stowed, and would respectfully solicit a portion of public
patronage.
augS-1-1 md. WM. II. IfOWSER.
COPPElt, TBX, & HHEET IRON WAKE
IVIanutactory.
? TIIANKEUL for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed unou him, the subscab-r wou.d ?e.^pect'u'.
^T^ly inform hia friends and the pib ic generally that he
^^?Jfcontinues to manufacture thea>ove nam?d articles in
all their variety, of wh-ch he has a'.wfiys on hand, a good as
sortment for wholesale and rei.ail at ?ery low priest
He also keeps on hand, cookiiig soves of the most ap
proved patterns for coal and wood.
Job work will continue to receive lis pavtiru'ar attention
and be executed with promptness aul in a My In u,at will
please the most fastidious.
aug2-l E. VAR3EY, no. S, Main St.
Brass Foundry.
rpHE Subscrilwr, thankful for part- favors, respectfully
1 inlorms the pub ic that he still ctiitimic3the business or
BRANS CASTING
In all its brandies, at the Old Staid on th- Rive. Bank,
Fianklin Alley, rear of Cavctt and UuflKd's Copper and
Tin shop, Main street, Wheeling, Va
aug2t-lw. JA M ES McG IL L.
QUINCY FOUNDRY
Corner JTZnin xind <tuiicy Xlrecln,
WHEELING, XA.
rpHE Subscribers having greatly enlarged ami now com
J_ pleted their extensive establishment, arc prepa ed tu
furnish the public with every varietyor work in their line.
Splendid plain and Taney arches, induding lenders, sum
mer fronts, liie h on stands, ??c., o\ens, common, round,
and straight barred grates. ;
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF STOVES,
Including the newest and most impbved coal and wood
stoves- Franklin, balloon, cannOD, ,tcn plate keel boat,
bachelor, chamber, and parlor stoves from?;-!.00 to ,?t3f),0O.
Hollow-waie in all its blanches, figav^ kettles, 01 vari
ous sizes, and everything in the dojie^tic line wholesale
and ietail.
M ill gearing, boat and saw mill cartings. Our extensive
and most improved assortment of jattcrus, our long ex
Iierience in this line of business and fthe libe-al patronage
litherto received, warrant us to electa continuation ol
custom in this part of our business. [Wind null, hay scale,
com shelter, truck wheel, and sriill wagon castings
Wagon and buggy boxes.
PLOUGHS, AND PLOU.GIlCASTINGS.
We aie prepared to furnish the intent lever, patent hill
side, Crane, Hull, Hornet, Snider, <fc. Wo have olsose
i cuicd at this time the exclusive ridit to manufacture of
J GIST'S PATENT PLOUGH, one q the most impiovcd
| implements in farming at the presentday.
1 ron rails and fencing, for cemotrfies, houses, gardens
I verandas, &c. Porter's improved jraduating twyere or
! iron?we have seemed the patent r^ht for several couiii'
I ties, for this useful iron, and can exhbit recommendations
from the United States Armory, &c.ia possessing qualities
for facilitating the Blacksmith'3 lalDrs, which no other
possesses. Window caps."consols, fee. In short every,
thing in our line of business. Sad ir?si with fancy stands,
scrapers, poicli feet, vault celleial window and fewer
gratings, <frc. Wrought iron, nail, aid spikes, of the best
quality and at the lowest prices. ? i
[Cr"Pcr8on8 wishing to purchase n our line, wholesah
or retail, will please give us a call. |AU orders from tbi
country will be carefully attended tojnd punctually filled*
Scrap iron purchased at market p ices.
aug21. HAMILTON & ROGERS.
BookH, Stationary, Vari ty Goodii, Arc.
THE Subscriber thankful for the 1 >eral patronage exter.
ded to him. begs to request the Itentionof purchaser
to his present large and well selecte assortmeut, consist
ingof School, Medical, Theological. Historical, and Mis.,
cellaneous Books, Plain and Fai/y Stationary, Blanj
biKiks, Wall and Window.Papcrs, j id Variety Goods.
To Merchants, Teachers," School Trustees and other
washing to purchase in quantities, very inducement wi>
be offered in prices and terms.
Rags taken in exchange or paid fo in cash, at thehlglies
rates.
JOHN H. THOMPSON,
Aug. 21,?tf. 31 Monroe Street.
Paints, Oils
&c.
Alcohol,
Linseed Oil,
Lard Oil.
Extract Logwood,
Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow,
French Leaf,
Copal Varnish,
li
J
For sale,
VOWK
rpentine,
L mp Black,
m Shellac,
Id Leaf,
;ck Lead,
* Lead,
onze,
jan Varnish, &c.,
w, at
L'S Dnro Store,
No. 2-1. Union st.
IJd
CINCINNATI.
OKlIOTYl'Ii FOUNDKBY, "
GUILFORD AND JONES,
N. GuiLKOUD, N. V. J ONES.
It 8KCONP HTKBKTf BETWEEN HY<?*.MORK AND DROiDWAY,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Ercry Mencriptiox? of
BOOK, JOB AND NKWHI'AI'EH TYPE
? rONtTAKTI.Y ON HAND, OR MANrFACTORED TO ORDER.
Mve'^l Srcchn^. llooks' ami tfie best Printing Presses,
,ViUr? JotuK^il ItH varieties of Metal ami W?4,
KimJiS, ormownu, J.C , will he Supplied, or Tur
who .nay favor then w.th their
patronage. , ? = ' '?
Cincinnati Wholesale Paper
Warehouse.
KST A 11JU1 S II U 1) 1841.
LEATHER, and every description of PA1 fc,RSIAKKRi>
P?j'ttN.hlKh"?^''" '"r Wriling Papers nmlo in tins
L' f?.llt lie filled at the same pneesas if ?bought in
person. Samples will he "gy^El?[J?im'niUK,
au&21. Wholesale Papor Dealers,
27 Pearl StTCet.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
K.O.flOODJIAl* A CO.
WHOLESALE llEiliSHBIK
paper, Cards, Card Boards, Ink,
Utuxiiiifo rottpRM. rci risn. wirk oi.otii, Ac.
Pearl Street, Cincinnati, O.
r ,!:nir stock maybe found WRITING, AMI
ABlSsKBOo"PAPlfo. the 1"6C?' assortment In
tim West, of over/description.
,, 0:..Po 1 Knit. A Aiwftfi"Tlsiilic Paper.
Printing Pape?\ all bIm?. Copyiug
?^S.Mcdi'?'rn.tl>:hlc.Med.mo^ ::
Abb-cI. ;' PnJ^g'st \\
pl^an.tl.ithol.raph J^VadindGilt ?J
ttrRenPa,"r. Clo'h
Ham V, Hootlns Paper, prepared anil
Match hoy ^ unpreporeJ.
Tea (( "Wrapping Paper, all sizes.
Tobacco " "
Dry Goods llv#)opel of every description, Ac. Ac.
BOARDS.
KxTRjtPk*rl FacRoO*Rb?.
K.VTRA PKOl'I.t'B <4
Printers' lt
???CarbBo**"".
Ivory ,t
Printers'
Satin Enameled
PoRCEt.-.t \
PeaRI.Simi
?Kit Colored Card Boards'.
Peou.Sur* a^*"
' i i n?rii Hoards, arc manufactured ex
Tho above Lards , nl.. ,.,ost heauttoil surface and
prossly tor ourselves, andatoof^mMU." al a
tiinshi they do not peel KctoYoro offered in this mar.
lower rate, than any Cards he cu (^ B.iSt
Her, and as low r.s they mi I be1 ,ind Ca' ds, arc res
to
CF-Paper matle to order.
Aug21?tf.
MIAMI MEDICAL COLLEGE ?
Of Clnclunnti?HodMioii of 1852-'.VJ.
rpilH lcgiilar courte or MC'Viral
lift, ?k!j 'SW.nR.^oUSJ four months.
111)1111. Ill-TIICFI KI?.
ll,-v C ELLIOTT, It. It-, President "rthe llijaril.
O \i LANG1IONX, SI. li.. Sectary
Rev. THORNTON A. .MILLS.
llun. C. I>. COFFIN.
K H. MUSSED . SI. 1>.
Hon JOHN" IIURGOTNK.
lion. GEO. HOADI.I^ ? I".
K. M. GREGORY, IVN.
OKO. S11SNUENI1ALL, M.?. r?Uowin- "ellllejnan:
I?'n.Mc"'kv.SM11. Professor or pescriptivcanil Opcr
ativc Surgery- ^ ]>_ processor of Anatomy,
M. !>?? P??wir or Obstetrics and
ni^as'e'i. or \Vomcu ami Hiibl^ Me,llca;
ci,j?o..N I.iirKi*. Jr.
of
.hrAdilmcUWeL^-' wn'a.omy, v,Ul be opened on the
Dissecting 1 ickci >. 5 if.cn
l*'or hirtlie ? iuto.ma.ioii add ess J0UK1HS> M. p..
l)em of the Faculty,
tf. .. _
CIXCIX?\ATI HVUrtOIMl'IIIC OK
Water Cure Establishment.
rj^HJ.2 above Institution is now open for the -eception of
X patients. ltis located about five miles from the riiv,
I on the Carthage pilic, and but a Sew rods from the
! ton, Cinci.Aihti and Dayton Railoud, in the lea'r 'aiid at i
tlie si me distance from I lie Miami ('anal, in t lie rront, ren
[ doling iteusy ol access 10 those desirous oj enjoying the
! benefits of the Institution.
T6 the lovdi* 01 u.?tu:e, low parts of the country can Air
l^nish a mo.e pleasing vai ietv of scenery than spread's itself
I beloie the traveller all the way f?om Cincinnati to the
Gu'ie. Thoieintu e ami ai t conibine,.tenderingthe .view
beautiful beyond deset iption. .
Tlie hew, laige, and beauTild Edifice displays the taste
of the artist at it glance. The neatness and e;cgariceor the
interior, combined with the numerous attractions which
'present themselves to the invalid, cannot /'ail to render
this Establishment A desirable one- The Halls are exten
sive, the Rooms spacious and inviting, wheie the invalid
can range at pleasure, free fioro atmospheric influences, in
inclement weathc . The Red Rooms are well ventilated,
and neatly furnished; the.Hath Rooms a'o ample and com
modious, being convenient for the application of water, in
evci*)' .0:111. In connection with the Institution there is a
Gymnasium Hall, seventy-five lent long, where patients
will have an opportunity of lestoring their muscular
strength by healthful'exercise. The Springs which ftir
nialt the water for this establishment, aic clear, pureJ-Voft
and abundant; flowing, froni n gravelly bed, they send
forth water both cold .and, delicious. The country and
neighborhood are icmarkable for healthfulness, puiit'y.of
air, and variety ot scenery. All things combined, we can
not think of a more: desirable place, for those' seeking
health, than this institution. .< ">0 . .? ??ma'i usl
l)r. Pease, having had much jCxperiencein the treatmen .
or diseaso for many years, :begff leave to inform the public*
that no pains will bespaied lor tho restoration td health of
those committed to bjs care. Wis. Pbask, who has, foe
several yeai8, devoted her attention to the ticatmcnt pf
diseases peculiar to her sex, and being every way qualified
for so important a station, will take special charge of the
female depaitment. Prolaysus Uteri, with its train of
ailments, that bano of leni'tle beauty, health and happiness,
which is prostrating the energies, and destroying the use
fulness of a large portion of the fair sex, will be treated in
this Institution, successfully, independent of pessaries or
supporters of any kind. To this subject we.would invite
the attention or ladies, as in all cases we shall cxpcctto
perform a perfcct euro ' . .
Persons visiting tho Cure by tho way of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, will stop at the Carthage
station. Patients a?e requested to bring two comforta
bles, two blankets, two coarse sheets, six towels, aud a
quantity or old linen, suitable Tor bandiiges.
Termh.?The terms for Honrd, Medical Services, and all
ofdihary attendance, will be ten dollars per week, payable
weefelv. Extra attendance will subject the patient to an
cxtracharge. Some deduction will be made to those who
find it necessary to spend a length or time in tho Institu
tion. Transient persons will be charged two dollars per
day.
From three to five dollars will be charged for tho first
examination. ?' i
For rurther particulars addres
D. A. PEASE, M. D.
Proprietor and Physician. ?
Carthage. Hamilton Co., Ohio. aus21. 1
LATEST ARRIVAL
For the Ladies!
TOlll) DEVOL have just received from the East, the
first cases or their large assortment or Fall Stock, con
sisting in part, of'
100 pairs Ladies Kid Jenny Linds.
7o do . do KidJenny Lind Jfoots,
' 100 do do Kid "Run Round Jenny Lind Rosetts
fiO do do Kid Welt Shoetees.
no ? do do Kid Welt High iJuskins,
75'do do -French Morocco Jenny Lind liosctts,
60 do do French Morocco Root8,
CO do do Goat Welt Jenny Linds,
GO do do Goat Welt High Buskins
Which will be sold low for Cash, at the Rlack Mammoth
Boot, South End or 31arket Square. aug2C
Dnpout'K Powder, jn .
..E subscriber haft the Agency for the above Powder,
and Iias'a full supplv Ofall qualitles'on hand.
4ug2l. GEO. WILSON
Irs
TRANSPORTATION.
2.ihirf|j!r^,?levcin'n(l & WcIlHvifilc gj
"***??; 1 RAIL ROAD. "
TO CLEVELAND/TOLEDO, RAN DUSKY. DKTROIT,
CHICAGO, MiLWAUKIE, BUFFALO. DUN
KIRK. NEW YORK A ED DOSTON,
THE new and light draught passenger steamer JUSTICE,
JVItmnooK, Master, will leave every inciiing (Sundays
j excepted.) at Oo'clock, connecting;at Wellsville with the
Express, train of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad;
leaving at I c'clock, and arriving at Cleveland at 0 F. M.,
| and connecting wtttrthe-Steamboat-and Rail-oad lines for
Toledo, Sandusky. Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Buffalo.and
Dunkirk. For tickets apply to ,
S C. MAKER, Agents C:& F. R. R. Co.,
aug27 Office No. 47, Water St.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL ROAD CO.,
IN CdXOOTION WITH
American Transportation. Co.
AND
NEW YORK AND TOJVAlVANllA IjINE.
?TO AND I.ROM NEW VOIIK AND IIUFKAI.O Wl'.'ll
OUT TRANBIUI'MKXT.
INSURED.
M. M. CALEB & CO,.KewYprk, ) Pr?liri,w?
NltKS A Wni'.HI.KR, H.itraUi. s "?I,r,clor"'
AGENTS:
Af. M. Caleb & Co., 109,' Broad stieet, New York.
Hiram Joy, do .. do
James NieUl, do do
W. W.Dennis, 13 Broad street, Boston,
Niles and Wheeler, "? ? Buffalo,
J. R. Wheeler A: Co., Tormwanda,
John Carliec, Cleveland,
N. C. Winslow, ... dp,
C. 1). Rhodes, Agent Cleveland and Pittsburgh R. R. Co.
T. N.'.Bond, Cleveland, General Agent for Ohio.
This Lino has a daily Lino of Propellers on the Lake, and
all goods? designed for.the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad,
contracted or shipped"by this Company, will be delivered
to Rail Road free of all Cleveland["Charges.
MARK HacKAGKSI ?A. T. CO.' ^
The undersigned are duly authoHied Agents 'or the above
Company and Line?ai\t are'fully 'authorized to contract
and receipt property ttt"Wtod? iVdm^N. York and Boston to
Wheeling. . Auj?7r;tiiov. I. ? S. C. BAKER &. CO. ;|
8EASON AP.RA\<JEMKIVT.
Michigan Central Rail road Line!
CKEVEI.AXD AND DETROIT,
in connection icith- the CUx-elomL^aiul Cincinnati Hail road,
Cleveland and Erie II. It., Cleveland and Pittsburgh H. 11., ?
and Michigan Central II. It.
Passengers will be ticketed .'through -from any point on
Lake Michigan to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and
Wheeling, and fromeithorof those places to any point on
lake Michigan. - - .
This line will be composed of two new low pressure
steamers'built expressly for'tlio rodtei'
CLEVELAND...... i .Capt. C. C. Staxard.
AXI> t
FOREST CITY....! .......Capt. L. A. Pierce.'
A boat will leave Cleveland for Detroit, and Detroit for
Cleveland, every evening at GJ o'clock, arriving in both
cities the following morning in season for the morning
trains of cars for Chicago, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh and
for the Lake Superior and Saginaw boats at Detroit. They
will run from Cleveland in the following order:
FOREST CILY
Mon day Wednesday Friday
CLEVELAND.
Tuesday Thursday Saturday
And. will leave Detroit:
CLEVELAND
Monday........ Wednesday ...Friday
FOREST CITY
Tuesdav.. . .Thursday Saturday
The undersigned are prepared to make contracts for all
Kinds of freight from Cleveland to Detroit, Mackinaw,
Saut St Marie, Saginaw, and all ports on Lake Michigan.?
'J'he
OCEAN, CASPIAN, AND ST. LOUIS
will compose the line until tho new boats arc ready.
AGENTS.
C. BRADBURN & Co., Cleveland.
PITTMAN, TROWBRIDGE & .JONES, Detroit,
tf. ?
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURG IIA1E
ROAD.
Leave Cleveland At.prio A.iu., iixprestj nam ioi new.
villo ami iiitormediale stations; 5:40 P. M.,'Accommoda
tion Train tor Ravenna, stopping at all way stations.
Leaves Ravenna&t 7:00 A. M., Accommodation Train for
Cleveland, stopping at all way stations.
Leaves Wo lavillo nt L2:33 P. M. Express Train for
Cleveland, and intermediate stations.
The 0:10 Express Train frOm Clevoland, connects daily
with the following lines,, to wits At Hudson, with tho
Akron Branch Railroad for Cuyahoga Falls, and Akron; at
Ravenna with Ward's Line of Four Horse Coaches for
Warren; at Alliance with the Ohio and Pennsylvania Rail
Road; at Bayard, with hacks for Dover, New Philadelphia
md Carroll ton.
FOR PITTSBURG.?Tho 5:10 A. M., Express Train,
frqm Cleveland connects at Wellsville with the new anil
eleg-tntside wheel steamer, FOREST CITY for Pittsburgh
and intermediate landings, arriving at Pittsburgh tho same
.evening.
Fare from Cleveland to Pittsburgh, by Ohio and Penn
sylvan!n Railroad, ?4,nn.
Faro from Cleveland to Pittsburgh, by way of Wellsville,
$3,00.
Passengers are ticketed through, and their baggage is
checked through:to Pittsburgh via Wellsville.
FOR WHEELING.?The i>:-10 A. M. Express train from
Cleveland connects at Wellsville with the splcnded side
wheel steamo-8, WINCHESTER and DIURNAL lor
Wheeling,'touching at the intermediate landing, and arriv
ing at Wheeling early the some evening;
RETURNING.?12:35 P. M. Express Train, connects
with the above steamers at Wellsville; also with the Ohio
and Pennsylvania Railroad at Alliance, and at Hudson with"
the Akron Branch Railroad. ?
Passengers leaving Pittsburg at 8 o'clodk, A. M., and
Wheeling at G o'clock A. M-.r will take the 12:3.3 P. M., Ex
press Train from Wellsville, and arrive at Cleveland? in
time to connect with the Lake Stetriiors for New York,
via DunkirWand ButTilo.
Also for Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Racine, Milwaukie,
and the entire North Wo at.
Passengers leaving WHEELING'or PITTSBURGH in
the morning by tlnVroute, arrive at Cleveland the same
~...i# tm rniinwivp nifflit. can be in New York or'
id the entire No<"th Woat. i,,wo?Tri>rn i..
Pasfeoiigorsleaving WHEELING orPITl
leYnornfng bv this route, arrive at Cleveland the samo
? veiling, and on tho foilowitg night, can be in Aew \orKor
C' Thlf A'cciimmodatlon Train living Ravenin at T' ?'cl"ck^j
A. M., connects at Hudson with the Akran Branch Kail^N
A. M.', connects at Hudson wnn mc .imuh u.uuvh .....
Road, and reaches Cleveland in time to connect witli tho
morning Express Train or the Cleveland, Columbus and
Cincinnati Railroad for the South.
Rktcrxixo.?The Accommodation Train leaving Clove
land at 5:10P. M.. connects with the Express" Train from
CI i cinnati and Columbus at Cleveland, and with the Akron
Brancii Railroad at Hudson.
B. & P. R R. Omr fi. ) JOHN DURAND.
Cleveland, June 14, '52 y "Superintendent.
McCXiELLAlSrS & KNOX,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Men and Boys1 Palm Hats,. Leather and Findings,
at the well known stand ^
of ihe ' ^ tn ..
BIG RED BOOT.
"VI7" E arc now receiving fi'oin our Eastern Matiufacturing
If Establishments, one of tho largest and bc3t manufac
tured assortment of Boots and Shoes,,for Fall and Winter
wear, everofTeied in thisor'iiiy'otlior market. They have
been manufactured1 to o'dor, according to our own direc
tions, and arc intended ex-presslyt for retailing. To our
regular customers, and all others whp.uiiy favor us with a
call, we can btTe?* an unusually large variety of ltoots and
Shoes, which we guarantee equal in quality of material and
wb'fk man ship to those maoiitactnred in this or any part of
the United States. Our stock will be round to consist, in
part, of the/olio wing seasonable soods:
NO. 137. _
MEX'J? noOTS. Olin.bREN'H BOOTEES.
1,GOO men's calf boots, 1,?V)0 pr fancy booteos,
1,000 men's goat boots, 2,0-10 kid?fc moyocco "
1J)00 pr men's kip boots, 1,000 children's peg'd "
1,000 men's buff and seal do 100 children's goat ??
MES'B DROOAKR. MISdES UOOTEES AND
1,000 men's calf brogans, / nusicisp.
1,00(1 goat brogans, 500 misses morocco lace,
1,500 kip do 300-Ho kip do
500 buff and soal boots, 3Q0:do- calf do
1,000 do thick. do .300 do kid and md
.UOYS'f BOOTS. loccobuslilus
50) pr boys calf boots, 100 do black, brne, an
700 do kip do bronzed gaiters,
300 do thick do aes anujiovs' palji
200 do - seal do "ats. .
YofTji's doot.-'. '100 doz, men'sahd boys'
6^0.pr youths calf boots, palm hats Of every
300 do kip do - style pualitv.
200 do thick do LEATHDH.
BOYSANDYOUTHHBHOciANS. . . Shoe Findinfi*
l,000pr "boys kip brogans, and shoe' stock.
500 do calf ,i do Constantly oh had a largo
600 do thick do and well selected as*
womfs's lacj- Booxt,. . sortojent of shoe stock
1,500 goat lace boot^i' aud findings, viz:'
1,000 calf do Spanish Sole1 leather,
500 calf do Upper Leather, Calf
GOO kip jflp and Morocco Skina.
woMfs's oAiTFiisj iiai.f Kid lining'and bind
OAITFR8 AND JFJJNY . ingSkinS.
LINDS. , ALSO,
200 pr womens gaiters, ? Lasts, Boot Trees, Shoo.
?100 do half gaiters, Thicad, Shoe Nails,
500 do walking shoes, Pegs, Tacks, Bool
500 do pegged buskins, Wpbb, Awl Blades,
500 do kid buskins, slip- Knives, Hafts, Pin,
pers and Jenny Linds. cers Hammers Shoe'
Also, an assortjnent-of Lacers, :
French Hoot and ShoekiU Lace leather for sewing .bells,
?tc., 20 doz Deer Skins, 60 sides alvm tanned Cowhides.. ,,
Thankful for the libera] patronage heretofore extended to,
us, we solicit a continuance bf the same.
aug2l. . McCLALLENS & KNOX.
BARBERING SALOON.
THE subscriber's Bartering Saloon on Market streot,
a few doors below Seaimiirs Chair Factory, will be =
open at all seasonable, hours, and shaving apd hair, trin?-'
ming\yiir,bc p6rTdrmed in the neatest and most fashiona*
ble mawier." Gentlemen will And his razors sharp, and hit
hand steady ami sure.
"I-luul. MICHAEL J. BREINIG.
.laync'M JFIedicineu.
IHME ,the Aaeucy for Dr. Jayne's Medicincs and will,
furnish Drug^stRind others on liberal terms. ' tr]
ati'f21 GHO. WILSON,
^ POETItY.
Harvest Hymn. ,
i God of the'rolling ^year! to ttice
Our songs shall rise?whose bounty pours
In many a goodly gift, with free . .i V
And liberal hand our autumn stores;
No firstling of our stocl> we slay,
No soaring clouds of incense rise?
But on thy hallowed shrine we lay,
Our grateful heaits to sacrifice. .
Borne, on thy breath, the lap of Spring,
Was heajied'With many a blooming flower;
And smiliug Summer Joyed to bring
The sunshine and the1 'gentle slower.
And Autumn's rich'luxuriance how,
The ripening 'seed?tlie bursting shell]
Thegolden sheaf, and laden bough,
I The fullness of thv bounty, tell.
! No menial throng, in princely dome, ' ?
I : Here wait a titled lord's behest, >
But manyta fair and p'edtfCful home
. Ilath won thy peaceful dove a guest;
No grove of palm our fields adorn?
No myrtle shades or orange bowers?\
? j But rustling meads of golden corn,
And fields of waving grain are ours.
Safe in thy-care the landscape q*,eri?-.m< . ;
Our flocks and herds seen rely-stray;
' No tyrant master claims out stores.
?'V _No ruthless robber rends away ;?.! ? ? 1
No fierce volcano's withering shower?
.No fell simoon with poisonous breath^?.
Nor burning suns, with baleful powers :
Awake the-fiery plagues of death..51'.O a .
Aiid here shall rise oiir song to Thee/. 3
Where lengthened vales and pastured fie;
And streams go singing wild and free,
Beneath Vblu&'aiiii stnilin'g'sivy j 1
Where never was reared^a mortal tlirone,' ,
t Where drowned oppressors nevbr'trtitt,
Here?at the throne of Ileaven a^ofie,
Shallinan in reverence bow to God.
i". I Will Hope. '
I will hope, I will hope,
Though my pathway be set'
With the darkest of sorrows,
And deepest regret.
I will hope, I will hope,
Though youth's visions may flee:
I* 11 believe tliere is something .
In fulure for me.
I will launch my frail bark,
J will breast every gale,
.Though my rudder be riven,
And shattered my sail.
Hope's anchor shall guide me,
And bring rat aright,
When the world's fleeting shadows
Shall fade from my sight. > "'?l!
. MISCELLANEOUS.
A Whisper to Gentlemen.
DY KANNV; FKRS.
Jupiter Ammon! drin't I with liens a man, just
to show the masculines how to play.their part in
the world a little better! In. the first place, there
ain't a mother's son of you that has got as far as
A B C in the ar' of malting love, (and I've seen a
few abortions in that'way myselfas 'well as the
rest of the sisters.) What woman wants t<? be
told that 'her feet and eves are pretty,' or.'Jier form
and smile bewitching?* J ust as if she did'nt know
all her fine points as soon as she is tall enough to
peep into a looking glass!
No, you ineffable; donkey, if you; roust use
the small coin of flattery to pay toll i at the bridge
of her affections, let me whisper a secret iii your
long ears. Compliment her on some mental attrac
tion she does not possess, (if you can find one) and
don't wear the knee of your pet pants thread-bare
at her'feet, trying to make her believe that she it;
your first love. We all know that is among the
things'that tcerc, after you were out of' vonr jacket
and1 trowsers.
What a splendiferous husbaud I (Fanny) should
make to be sure! had Providence, only ordained it!
Do you suppose wlien the mother of my gloriou ;
boys wanted a sixpence to buy their sh{?e-strings.
I'd scowl nt her like a hyena, and pull my port*
monnie out of illy pocket as if 1 were drawing a
tooth? Do you suppose when her blue eyes grew
lustreless, and the rose paled on her fair cheek,
trotting round the domestic treaomiU'day after day.
that I'd come home at night sulky and silent, and
smoke my cigar in her face till her eyes were as red
as a rabbits? or take myself off to a club, or a'gamu
at nine-pins, or1 nny other game, and'lbhve lier n>
the exhilirating relaxation of darninginy stockings?
Do you suppose I'd trot along,like a loose pony
at lifer side in the street,.and leave her to keep up
with me or not as lier strength would permit? I)o
you suppose I'd fly intd a prfssion, and utter words
to crush the lifeirom out of her young heart, and
then insult her by .offering a. healing plaster in the
shape of a new bonnet? And don't you suppose,
when the anniversary of our Wedding'day cau.e
round, I'd write a dainty little rioteand leave it on
her toiletrtable, to let her know; 1 was still, a mar
ried lover?
Pshaw! I'ni sick of you all. You don't deserve
the love of a generous, l.igh-souied woman! 1 f
you want a housekeeper; hir& oneJrmd be done
with it. If you want a.wife-4-but you- don't.
One woman will answer as well.^s, another Jo
sew on your buttons and straps, and Firings, and
make your puddings, and?i'o on and so forth.
Dp you suppose we htiV&'cultivated our minds,
and improved .the bright andiglorious gift of intel
lect; to the best of ourcapacity, ,to minister only
to your physical wants? Not a bit of it! * When
that's over, we want something rational. Do you
ever think of that, you fcelnsh wretch! when you
sit with your feet upon the, mantlepiecfe> readiug
the newspaper all to yourself, or sit from tea- time
till ten o'clock, staring the ashes in the grate out of
countenance? :
Lord Harry, if I'had such a block-of a husband,
I'd scare up the ghost of a lover somewhere, if there's
any ,wit in woman.
" Asking too Much.?A young couple were sit-,
ting together in a romahtic spot," with, birds and
flowers about them, whferl the' following dialogue
ensued:
'.'My,dear, if the sacrificeof my life would please
thee, gladly would I lay it at thy feet."
?; :"Oh,; sir, you're too kind ! But it just reminds
me. that I wish you'd stop -using' tobacco/*'
"Can't think of it. It's a habit to which I am
wedded.", . JlL, , r<> .. ,
"Very well, pir; since this is.the way you lay
down your life for me, and as you are already
wedded to tobacco, I'll take good care'that you
are never wedded to me, 'as it .? would be bigamy.' *
Ciianckry.?A friend was complainiug that he
should be obliged to change bis tailor, as a suit of
clothes would not last him above one half of the
tirtie it ought to do; and inquiried"if he could rec
ommend him to any place where'he could, meet
with apparel more durable.. "Yes," said Law
rence, "I could recommend you,to Chancery, and
there you may have a suit that will last you for
life."'
Change.?"How do you like the new furniture.
Carpets,; &c? my dear,?f said a wife to her husband
.oil his return from a voyage, "don',t.you think I've
made a great change for the better?" ''Very
pretty, very fine, indeed, ray dear," said Benedict,
feeling his emptied, purse, "but hotf much change
did you take to make it?"
A XCE6TKR0-?A rather dull roung fellow was as
ked *f he knew the history of his ancesters. ll?:
jTeplied. he knew -nothing of his Aunt's sisters, e\
j cepi.hfe'mothef;andjfhfe was dead. ; His apparent-,
itoiiiusnesy raadelhe nni wor.q^l tle'Jdnjhdbie^ <?,

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