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NUMBER 17
SEPTEMBER 14, 1852
WHEELING, YA., TUESDAY MORNING
VOT.TTME 1
?l)c tOljceling iJntclligcuccr,
IS PUBLISHED
IUILY, TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. KY
SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR,
X. B. HWEARIXGEN.] [o. 1. TAT LOR.
J. H. PENDLETON, i EDITORS
OLIVER I. TAYLOR.\ ami una.
OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Monroe
and Quincy.
TERJltt.
Daily, per annum ?5,00
or 10 cents i>er week
Tri-Weekly, per annum. 3,00
Weekly " 1.00
TER7I* OF ADTRBTIMIXG.
[ Ten Iints making a Square. ]
One square. 1 insertion. 8 >5?
" 44 2 " 75
?? " 3 44 1.00
44 1 week 1.10
" 2 ?? 2.u0
44 44 1 month 1.00
" ?? 2 44 6,00
?? 44 C 44 8,00
44 12 44 10,00
For Yrarly Ad yrrtisc mest*?I square, with the
privilege of **tanges, per annuum 15,00
One square, per quarter, chargeable at pleasure, 6,00
Business ana rrofessional Cards, (per annum,) not
exceeding 5 lines, 0,00
For Loo Advkrtisxxc.ht*, liberal discounts will be
made on the above rites.
C3T*Keligious notices, and advertisements for Charitable
Institutions and Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously.
K3~Marriages and Deaths inserted gratuitously.
BUSINESS CARDS. "
JIOKHAX MELMO.X,
Attarnrf and Coun?rllor nt Lnw,
Office No. 100. Fourth street,
Wiirklino, Va.
ALFRED CALDWELL,
(crney mt Law and Solicitor in C'honcerjr, ,
Office No. 247. 31aln street.
WllSKLlNU, Va.
RL'MNKLL A- FITZIIUGKI,
Attorneyii and Counsellors at Law,
Office No. CO, Monroe Street.
WusxLtxa, Va.
J AHEM PACLL,
Office No. 162, Fourth Street.
J. G. M'CLELLAN.
Attorney at Law.
St. Lons. Mo.
Office on Pine street, north side, between Main and Sec
ond, 2d floor, entrance No. 8, Pine street.
Particular attention given to collections in Missouri and
Illinois. aug21.
GIBSON L. CRANMER,
Attorney at Law.
NOTARY PUBLIC
rOK THE CITV OF WHEELING,
U3"And Commissioner for the State of Ohio, to take
acknowledgements of Deeds. Depositions and other writ
ings- aug2G
X. JACOB. J. II. PRNOLKTOK.
JACOB A PK.\DLETO.\,
Attorneys at Law,
Office three doors north of the Court House,
WncKUNo, Va.
Its"Will attend regularly the Courts of Marsh-ill, Ohio.
Hrooke, and Hancock counties, and the District Courts at
Fairmont and Parkersburg, and such other Courts in the
vicinity of Wheeling as may be necessary.
JOHN L. NEW BY,
Alderman 4th Ward; and Attorney at Law,
"WILL attend to the taking of depositions, and writing o1
Deeds, Contracts, Leases. <?c. Persons desirous of his ser
?vices in taking Depositions, will please to hive the notices
no as to Uke them at his office. He will be round iu his
office mostly during the day; from 7 A. M. until 7 P. M.
Orrirr?Lower end of Main street, adjoining the Haiti
more and Ohio Rail Road Station. aug26,
DR. A. H, TODD,
Office and Drug Store, corner Quincy and Fifth streets,
WnsRLixo, Va.
DR. J. C. 1IVJPP,
Office on Main Street, one door South of Judge Fry's
residence.
WHEELING. VA.
DR. E. A. HILDRETH,
Office and Residence, No. 78, 31 on roe street,
ADJOINING THE COURT HOUSE.
DR. THOBURN,
OFFICE WO. 94, .HAkft HTREF.T
aug26-lyd Centre Wheeling.
F. R. ARMSTRONG,
AUEXT AND DEALER KZf
REAL ESTATE.
Offke corner of Main and Union streets,
sug27-lyd WHEELING. VA.
JOHN B. VOWELL,
DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
DyeKtuffs, PaCfBl .Ufdicinei, Perfumery Arc
no. 2-1, Chios trr., wheeling, va.
KELLS & CALDWELL,
Kimmn to Ju. I'nall St Cm.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
ANI) DEALERS IN
PaintB, Oils, Dye-StufFs,
VABSISHKS, BRUSHES. GLASSWARE, &c.
UNION UCILDINfiN, M AIN HTBEET,
4th door below Monro*:,
WHEELING, VA.
J. H. CRUMBACKER,
Wholesale and Itecail
DRUGGIST,
No. 173, Mais Street. Wuielixo, Va.
T. H. LOGAN &. CO.
(Successors to Paxton & Lake,)
Wholesale and. Retail Druggists,
And dealers in Paints. Oils, Chemicals.Dye stuffs. Var
nishes, White Lead, Perfumeries, Fancy articles,
drc., Ac. drC.,
No. 193, Dridge corner. Main St.,
?ept8-ljr Wheeling, Va.
W. T. SELBY,
Wfasleasle Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
NO. 2a, MONROE STREET,
Wheeling* Va.
NBXT02V, MEAL 3c NWKARI1VGEY
FANCY DRY GOODS
WHOLESALE.
Na. 11, Month 4th Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
J. W. Sexton, L. Seal, A. Van Swearingen.
W. D. MOTTE,
Dealer In nil .VlndaofFerriga and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
No. 176, Market Street, Wheeliko, Va.
O. W. HEISKELL & CO.,
Dealers in all kind* of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Corner of Market and Union streets, three doors from
Wm. S. Wickham's Auction Rooms,
aug?l- Wheeling, Va.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
TH, JOHNSTON, JR.
DEALER IN
RICH SILKS, FANCY DRKMM GOODS,
India, Miriss, French, Belgian,
English and American
DRY GOODS,
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, QUALITY ASDPRICR,
N?. 161, inula He., Kaat Nldr,
wiieeliko, VA.
LUDWIG, KNEEDLER & CO.,
WBOLENALK DBALKR9
IN ItlTUH, FRENCH AND american DRY GOODS,
A?. 110, Norlh 7\ird Street, S. 1 Vett cornet of Race Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
BUSINESS CARDS.
HENRY K. LIST &. CO.
(SfcrusoR* to LIst, Howell Co.)
Wholesale Grocers and Liquor
.HER?nANTH.
No. 8S, Main Street,
Want 1.1 KG, V A.
R. CRANGLE 8c CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS.
Corner Monroe and Market streets,
WHEELING, Vt.
WILLIAM ROBERTSON,
Grocer and dealer in
FLOrR,AND ALL KINDS OF PROVIM.
IONH, CLOVER & TIMOTHY HEED.
NO. 1T2, S. cast CORNER StARXlT AND cnion *TI?.,
WHEELING, VI.
S. D. WOODROW,
DEALER IN
FAMILY GROCERIES
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Imported Wine*, Liquors, nnd Cigars,
FOREIGN FRl'ITH, NL'TM, Arc. Ac.,
No. 256 Main street. Wheeling, Va.
O- A. ZANE,
CO.inilNNION MERC HANT
FOR THE SALE OF
LEAF TOBACCO,
FLOUR AND PROVISIONS,
No. 1, Light St. Wharf,
BALTIMORE.
M. j7 KEATING,"
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
NI7TS, CIGARS, Ac., A*c.,
And Manufacturer of every possible variety of
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
Corner or Main and Monroe Streets,
Wheeling, Va.
P. E. ZINN,
Wholesale and Retail Denier in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
NUTS, CIGARS, Ac. Ac.,
And Manufacturer of every-possible variety of I
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
No. 1S3, Main St., near the Suspension Hridge,
Wheeling, Va.
J. N. ZIMMER'S |
CRACKER AND CAKE BAKERY,
iVo. 1G2 Market st, a fete doors Smith of the Market House, I
Wheeling* Va.
He keeps constantly on hand a Urge stock ol the follow
ing articles : Hutter Crackers, Water Crackets, Soda do..
Sugar, do.. Pilot Rread, and the celebrated lioston Crack- !
ers; all of which will be sold at the very loirest prices.
Wheeling, Aug. 21, '52.?3md.
Wm. RIHEDAFFER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CHAIR MANUFACTURER,
No. 27, UNION STREET.
Wheeling, Virginia.
EDW. L. PRATT,
Fanoy and Windsor Chairmaker,
MAIN STREET, BETWEEN UNION AND MONROK,
WHEELING, VA.
S. D. HARPER
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
HATS, CAES, STRAW GOODS,
MUFFS, FURS, AND CARPET HAGS.
No. 131, Main st. corner of Union,
Wheeling, Va.
S. X'CLAM.EN, .?. M'CLALLEN. JR., C. I>. KNO.Y.
M'CLALLENS & KNOX,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
Boots, Shoes, Leather, &c.,
No. 10G, Main street,
WlIEELlNO, Va.
WILLIAM BOLE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in nil kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NO. 161, MAIN ST., RELOW MARKET ALLEY,
Wheeling, Va.
JOHN HOWELL,
DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,
No. 17a, ITIaln Sc.
ST. CHARLES HOUSE,
W. T. STEPHENS.
NO. 39, WATBB ST.,
Wqkiuno, Va.
[Cr~TravelIers can be accommodated with airy and com*
fortable rooms, at moderate prices. Meals at all times.
cey Baggage conveyed to and from the River free o
Charge.
FOREST CITY HOUSE,
W. A. A: II. C. MITIITII, Proprietors.
Corner of Superior Street and Public Square,
tf Clerelnnd, O.
WALNUT STREET HOUSE,
J. W. HWENEY, Proprietor.
Walnut street, between Sixth and Seventh Stieets,
tf Cincinnati, O.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(SUCCESSOR* TO SWEENETS HELL,)
MANUFACTUHKKS OP
FLINT GLASSWARE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
China, Qurcnmvnrc, I.nmpx, CSirandolcs,
TABriKCUTIiEHl', Sec.
No. 65, MAIN STREET,
Wheeling, Va.
NEW QUEENSWARE STORE.
HOBBS, BARNES, 8c CO.,
Importer*, Wholesale and Hetnil Dealers in
CUINA, VLAHH, & QUEE^WARK,
llOl'Sf. AND STEAMBOAT FURNISHING GOODS.
Ab. 28, Monroe St., near the Pott Office,
WHEELING, VA.
H. P. MORRIS,
DEALER IN
IIARD WARE AND CUTLERY
No. 11, Monroe Street,
WiiKKMxa, Va.
EOXrXD 1IODBK, tho*. L.TATLOR.
HOBBS & TAYLOR,
manufacturer* of
STEAM ENGINES,
AND GENERAL 31ACH IN IMTft,
CORNER MAIN & QUINCY STS.
mill ENGINES, TOBACCO and hoisting WRtffg
rTEixnnv; engines, orimt ano paw mill won*,
FCRKACE engines, engine boilers,
And all kinds of machinery mndc to order,
on the wont rroHonnblc term*.
E. W. Stephen*, Char. Ueatty, P. W. Knot.
WHEELING NOVELTY WORKH.
STEPHENS, BEATTY, & Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF
SCALES, LOCKS, LATCHES,
CotTee mill*, all kinds of Fastenings,
Hinges nnd ITCaleablc Castings,
WHEELING, VA.
E. VARNEY
MANUFACTURER OP
COPPER, TIN 6c SHEET IRON WARE
No. 3. Main St., near the Creek Bridge.
WlTEEMIfO. Va.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Wheeling Savings Institution.
OPFICK, NO. 195J, ITIAIIV HT.
Office open from 9 o'clock, a. m., until 3 p. m. Discount
day?Thursday, 10o'clock, a. m.
Money received on transient deposite. Interest paid
c n 8|>ccial depositee.
J. Cri-mbacker, Alex. Rouer?, Alex. Paxto.n, A.N.
Joiinpon, Daniel Steenrod, Jas H. March, Adam Ficu
ner and H. K. List?Directors.
tu-2.* WM. McCOY, Treasurer.
Tin: WEdTBKN
INSURANCE COMPANY
or wnr.Ei.isa, va.,
Continues to take all kinds of Fire and Marine risks,
Office No. 192, Main st.
M. NELSON, President.
WM. M'COV, Sec'y.
INSURANCE.
The Fire and Marine Insurance Company,
OF WHEELING, VA.,
Takes risks at the lowest rates, on Hulldingsof all kinds;
Steamboats, Factories, Mills, Furniture and Merchandise,
and against all dangers attending the transportation of
Goods on rivers, seas, lakes, canals and Rail Roads.
Office on Monvoe street, opposite the Court House.
R. W. HARDING. Sec'y.
W. P. PETERSON
Fire Marine, and I,ife Insurance
AND LAND AGENT.
No. 3), Monroe street. Wheeling, Va.
J. C. HARBOUR,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
CARPETS, RUGS, OILCLOTHS,
LOOKING fifiASKES, 6c UP1IOLHTKRI'
1VARKOF EVERV DEHCRIPTION,
NO. 113, MAtN STREET,
WHEELING, VA.
WM. YOST,
WATCH JIAKKRt AND WATCH AND
CLOCK REPAIRER
No. 119 Market street, near the Post office.
[GF"All business in his line promptly attended to. Cmd.
R. C. MILLER. M. W. MILLER.
Miller & Miller,
IIOUftE AND HIGN PAINTEBS, GLA
zlcrs and grainera,
No. 2C3, Main Street, Wheeling. Va. aeptl.
P. S. lambdin. R. C. DON1IAM. F. W. BaKSETT.
LAMBDIN, BONHAM, & CO.,
VIKCINIA, WIIKKI.I!V? AND PHffiXIX
PAPER MILLS,
WHEELING, VA.
Manufacture Printing and Wrapping Paper, Caudle Paper,
Cotton Yam Paper, Steam Boat Paper,
Honnet Hoards. Fullers' Hoards, Ac.
ISLAND TANNERY.
HKKGKK A- HOFF.1IAHIV,
MANrrACTCRERd OF
Every description of" Leather,
And Dealer* in Wool nnd Hide*,
Store Ro" in Ao. 17", Corner of Market Alley and Main street,
Wheeling, Va.
ICT-Shoe Findings of all kinds on hand, and sold at very
moderate terms.
| LUMBER, LUMBER.
Ij. S. Root's Lumber Yard
j AND PLANING MACHINE,
Webster Street, CentreWiikeli.no.
! Q1J" He is prepared to fill all orders lor SAWED LUM
i HER, PI.ANEl) FLOORING. WEATHER HOARDING,
SUINGLES, CEILING. LATHS, <V(. Af.
Office; No. 2-1, -Main Stieet, near the Creek Hridoe.
aug 21?ly.d.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
M. H. GREGG
Number 60, Monroe Street, near the Court House.
GENTLE.TIEN'S CI.OTIIING
Made to order in the latest styles.
J. & W. TAYLOR,
.TInnufncturcrn nnd Dealer** in all kimN of
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS,
WHOLFSALK AND BKTAI1,,
No. 1GS, Main St., East side, 2 doors below Maiket Alley,
tf. Wheeling, Va.
WM. H. HOWSER,
Manufacturer nnd Denier in all kind* of
Tobacco, SnufF and Cigars,
no. 1G7, main st., west side, near market alley,
WHEELING, VA.
RICHARD NELSON,
Manufactures, to order, nil kind* of TentM,
Fire McreeiiN and *nils, Tarpaulins,
AwningH, Itigsinc. nnd
VliAGNFOKAll POLITICAL PAIITIEM
aug2l-tf No. 22, Water Street, Wheeling, Va.
THOMAS POPE.
ARCHITECT.
Ofllcc, No. 72, ITIcIodron Rtiildiugn.
Persons about to build, can obtain designs for Public
Ituildings and Private Residences, with the requisite speci
fications. estimates and superinteudance.
TIIOM. IIORM1UOOK,
Dealer in Real Estate,
AS on hand, liuilding lots and improved property for
H
sale on accommodating terms. Two lirick houses,
one Ofllcc, and one llall for societies or otherwise for Rent.
lyd. .Monroe St.. No. 2-1J, up staits.
Brentlinger & Armstrong,
PREftCRIPTIONKHTH,
HAVE just received at their medical store, a fresh sup
ply of the most choice medicines, such as people may
rely upon. In making their selections, no legard is paid to
prices, so the article be of the best quality.
PhrniciaiiN' Prescription* put up by caieful hand?
at all times, day or ni^ht. aug2l-lyrd
Carpenter and Jobbing Shop.
ELIAS DEW, is prepared to execute all descrip
tions of Carpenter Work. Plain and Ornamental
ABCUITECTl'KAL OBNA.11ENTH,
made to order. Contracts for buildings made on liberal
terms, and every description of jobbing promptly attended
to.
Shop, South bank Wheeling Creek, near the Stone
bridge. Aug. 21,-tf.
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Perfumery, &e., &e.
J II* CBVITIBACKEIl -would announce to his
? friends and the public generally, that having purchas
ed the interest of the senior partner in the business lately
conducted under the firm of J. Crumbacker & Son, he
will continue the same at the old stand, No. 175, Main at.,
and would respectfully solicit, and trusts to merit a contin
uance or the patronage so liberally bestowed on the old firm.
He has just returned from the Eastern cities, and is now
opening an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and j
Chemicals, Perfumery, Fancy articles, Ac., all of which ]
were purchased after strict personal inspection and with
scrupulous legard to purity of quality, and arc now offered I
to the public on the most reasonable terms. lyr.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
1)R. S. P. HULLIHEN. Omce No. 131,
Fourth street, near the Presbyterian church,
Manufactures Teeth expressly for each par
ticular case. Full setts of Teeth, or any
parts of setts, made with artificial Gums. The Gum is
made in one continuous or solid piece?the cost is the same
for teeth with or without gums.
Full setts or teeth made from g75toS100 a Sett; small
setts trom S3 to S6 per tooth. Iyr:d.
WM. COWDEN
DAGOERREOTYPIST,
J?oo/n* Abr^fiG, Monroe street, between the Xetc Ho\el and the
Court Hou*e.
Likenesses taken in any required shade, and colored to
icpresent the living complexion by a new style of coloring
?warranted to never fade. Pictures ot all sixes, both sin
pie and in groups, put up in plaifi and fancy cases, at the
lowest prices. Likenesses of children accurately taken.
DAGUERREOTYPE GALLERY.
A C. PARTRIDGE invites attention to his Da
_x.JL? guerean Rooms, and Apparatus, now tbe result or
years or experience and close application to the art. Con
fident that he now combines in his establishment all of the
improvements which time and proper tests have proven
valuable, he can promise to produce Likenesses combining
all the beauty and perfection which has yet been attained
by the Daguerrean process.
For tlie attractive and commodious style in which his
iooius ate fitted up, he invites the public to call and exam
ine Tor themselves. His Cabinet or Specimens are always
open for inspection.
likenesses taken in all kinds of weather, singly, or in
groups; also, post mortem likenessestaken at short notice.
tCJ* A well selected stock of materials?Chemicals, plates,
cases, lockets, &c., always on hand and for sale.
Rooxun. No. 36 Klonroe at., near the Post Office.
WALL PAPER.
rpHE Subscriber has on hand, a good supply of Wall Pa.
J_ per and Dorders which he will sell at reduced Prices.
JOHN FISHER,
?tvVi-tr. No. 135. Main ??!.
CITY BUSINESS.
American*, JPntronizc lour Own ITInnn
factarf?.
Wheeling Silk Factory.
VMER1CAN Silk, manufactured Into superior and sub.
stantil articles or the various fabrics now In use at
(iILL'S SILK FACTORY; -Main Street, Centre Wheel
ing. The curious in such matters are invited to call and nee
the process of manufacturing, and those wishing to . pur
chase Silks, wholesale or retail, can be supplied on rcistju
able terms at Gill's Store, adjoining the Factory, or at A.
M. Adams', J. S. Forbs*, A. O. Fairchild's, Marsh & Tay
lor's, and O. W. Helskill's, "Wheeling, Va., and at James
Richardson's Furnishing Ware House, No. 119, Main
Stiect, Cincinnati, O.
Our Fabrics are warrented all pure Silk, andliavejaken
the HIGHEST PREMIUMS, and gold and silver medals,
at the American Institute, New York, Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia, and Ohio Stato Fair. Wo are constantly
manufacturing, and our stock is now large and seasonable,
comprising many varieties?velvets, satius, vesting*, dress
silkv, fringes, cravats, handkerchiefs, of white, black,
plaid, figured and printed, all the newest styles, made of
best twined silk, twilled and plain. Also, shirts, drawers,
and half hose for gentlemen.
Please call and patronixethis important branch of Amer
ican manufacture. Orders fore very variety 01 silks prompt
ly executed.
Merchantable Cocoons and Reeled Silk bought.
JOHN W. GILL.
New Music Store.
Man of the Crcclnn Trlionnn, No. lflft
ill n in Hlrrtl.
J. F1CKIKSON would_r?,pr-'.r,iHr ?n
Enounce to the citixens of Wheeling and vi
Icihity, that he has just opened a new and
elegant establishment for tbeoale of Violins,
Guitars, Violincellos, Flagolets, Flutes,' Fifes, Accorde
ons, Ranjos, and Tamborines. ltrass Instruments the
first and best make.
Instruction books for all kinds or Instruments; and for
sinking.
Music for the Piano, Guitar, Flute and Violin, also, the
newest Songs, Duetts, etc., and the'very best Roman and
Italian Violin and Guitar Strings.
ClaronetF. Rcfcds, Tuninc Forks, also Violin and Guitar
Screws, Violin Finger and Tail Hoards.
Rows for Violincello and Violin.
A. Kleber's Furniture Polish, for renovating varnished I
Furniture, such as Pianos, Cabinets, Steam Roatn or any f
descriptions or Furniture.
Also for sale by the Agent for Kleber, " Pittsburg Pianos I
or the first and best manufacture in the United States, such
as Nunns and Clark's grand and square Pianos, J. R. Dun
ham's, Hallett and Allen's celebrated Roston Pianos, Ac.
Agent for the make of Carhardt and Needham's Patent
Melodeons.
Accordeons, and all kind or musical instruments repaired
' ?l e lowest prices. tr.
KELLS & CALDWELL,
(successors to jas. PAULL <5L CO.)
Importer* and Wholesale dealers in Drug*,
.llcdiriucM, Chemicnlfl, Faintfi, Oil*, Arc.
No. S3, UNION RUILD1NGS, MAIN ST.
HAVING purchassd the entile stock, fixtures, .chemical
apparatus, Ac... ol the firm or Jaines Paull <Vc. would
respectfully solicit the patronage or dealers and the public
geikerally. All goods warranted.
In retiring rroin the Drug business, we take pleasure in
lecommending to favorable consideration our successors,
Messrs. Hells Caldwell, and have no hesitation in saying
that our former customers, and dealers generally, will re
ceive tiiat attention and accommodation which has earned
for this well known houie a large share or patronage.
JAB. PAULL & CO.
GEORGE MENDEL.
No I.VI, TOnIn Street,
WHEELING VA.
IS now receiving a LARGE LOT OF CARPETS. RUGS,
MATS AND MATTING. Also, Table and Floor Oil
Cloths orall widths, and keeps constantly on hand a large
assortment or Furnatuie or every description. Gilt and
Mahogany Framed Looking Glasses, Glass Plates, Veiiitiau
and Transparent Window lllinds, HIindTrimmings. Clock?.
Mshogany Vaneers, Varnish. Haircloth, Curled Hair,
Spring. Sacking Rottons. IJrass and Mahogany Stair Rods,
cct. all or which will be sold at the lowest prices. aug-Jl
COI'PKB, TIN, JL K1KELT IKON WARE
Manufactory.
j THANKEUL for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him. the subscriber would ?espcctiui
tjf^Hly inform his friends and the public genet ally that he
ffij^i^continucs to manuracture the above named articles in
all their variety, of which he has always on hand, a good as
soitment for wholesale and retail at very low pricest
lie also keeps on hand, booking stoves or the most ap
proved pattern* for.c?l and wood. ^ ?
Job work will continue to receive his particular attontion
and he executed with promptness and in a style that will
please the most fastidious.
aug'Jl E. VARNEY, no. 8, Mainst.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
rpifK undersigned has reopened his ftock or Superior
.L Tobacco aiid Cigars at No. 1G7, Main street, west side,
near Market Alley, wliere will be found all the choice
Riands of Tobacco. Snufl and Cigais, of which the follow
ing is a part?Regalia, linpcriales, Canones, La Normas.
Cazadores, I'lanatrllas, Principee, Half Spanish, Kentuck
Comincn Cigars.
TOBACCO.
Rusfell and Robinson's, Grants, Dixon's, Jones and
Hudson's.
SNUFF.
Rappe, Congress, Macouba, Scotch, Cut and Dry for
Smoking, &c., Arc.
The undersigned feels thankful for favors heretofore be
stowed, and would respectfully solicit a portion or public
patronage.
ausSMmd. WM.H. HOWSER.
Brass Foundry.
rPHK Subscriber, thankful for pant favors, respectfully
JL informs the public that he still continues the business of
1IRAMN CAKTIMJ
In all its branches, at the Old Stand on th<? River Rank,
Ftanklin Alley, icavof Cavett and Duftleld's Copper and
Tin shop, Main street. Wheeling, Va.
ausM-Iw. JAMES McGlLL.
QUINCY FOUNDRY
Corner JItiiii and Quiucy Hlrccln,
WHEELING, VA.
ri^HE Subscribeis having greatly enlarged and now com
X pleted their extensive establishment, arc pieparedto
furnish the public with every Variety of woik in tl?eir line.
Splendid plain and fancy arches, including tenders, sum
mer lionts, fire iron stands, &c., ovens, common, round,
and straight bancd grates.
AN EXTENS1V E ASSOKTMENT OF STOVES,
Including the newest and most Improved coal and wood
stoves- Franklin, balloon, cannon, leu plate keel boat,
bachelor, chamber, and pallor stoves, fw>m$l,00 to g-70,00.
Hollow-waie in all its blanches. Sugar kettles, of vari
ous sizes, and everything in the domestic line wholesale
and letail.
Mill gearing, boat and saw mill castings. Our extensive
and most improved assortment of patterns, our longex
perience in this line of business and the liberal patronage
hitherto received, warrant us to expert a continuation of
custom in this part of our business. Wind mill, hay scale,
corn 8heller, truck wheel, and small wagon castings^
Wagon and buggy boxes.
PLOUGHS. AND PLOUGH CASTINGS.
We are prepared to furnish the patent lever, patent hill
side, Crane, Hull. IIoi net, Snider, Ac. We have also se
emed at this time the exclusive light to manufactuie ol
GIST'S PATENT PLOUGH, one of the most improved
implements in farming at the present day.
Iron rails and fencing, for cemeteries, houses, gardens
verandas, Ac. Porter's improved graduating twyeie or
iron?we have s?cu?ed the patent right for several coun
ties, for this useful iron, and can exhibit lecommendations
lYoni the United States Armory, Ac.,as possessing qualities
for facilitating the Blacksmith's labors, which no other
possesses. Window caps, consols, Ac. In sho't eveiy
thingin our line o! business. Sad.irons with fancy stands,
scrapers, porch feet, vault cellers, window and sewer
gratings, Ac. Wrought iron, nail,.and spikrs, of the best
quality and at the lowest prices.
CCS?Persons wishing to purchase in our line, wholesale
or retail, will please give us a call. All orders from the
countiy will be cm-e fully attended toaml punctually filled*.
Scrap iron i>u?chased at market prices
CUJ.-24. HAMILTON A ROGERS.
STEAM MARBLE WORKS,
CO MARKET ST., WHEELING, VA.
rpriE SUBSCRIBER having made extensive arrange
J_ mcnts in the East for tl?e supply of Marble, and con
templating the erection of Steam works, he would invite
the attention of Architects, Builders, and the public in gen
eral to the inspection of his stock, consisting of Italian,
Egytian, Sienna, American and other Marbles of the finest
qualities, which can be sold lower than anyotherestablish
inent in the west. _ %
Dealers would find it to tlieir advantage to inspect his
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
His work is done in the most elaborate style, and he
would invite the attention of purchasers to examine his
stock of Statuary and other carved work. Monuments, Cen
otaphs, Tombs, Head and foot stones, <fcc., and Grave yard
work in every variety; being enabled by his superior facil
ities to supply this work at considerable lower prices than
any other establishment in the country.
1'lease give me a call and examine my work.
MICHAEL J. ROHAN,
Marble Mason and Vault .Builde*".
tE5"Also Calcined Plaster, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster
Casts and Models, and Marietta Grind stones, wariantcd
at the lowest trade piices. 1 y. d.
Bookn, Stationary, Variety Goods* Arc.
1MIE Subscriber thankful for the liberal patronage exten
ded to him, begs to request the attention of purchasers
to his present large and well selected assortmeut, consist
ing of School, Medical, Theological, Historical, and Mis
crllaneous Hooks. Plain and Fancy Stationary, Blank
books. Wall and Window Papers, and Variety Goods.?
To Merchants, Teachers. School Trustees and others
wishing to purchase in quantities, every inducement will
be offered in prices and terms.
Bags taken in exchange or paid for in cash, at the highest
rates.
JOHN H. THOMPSON,
Aug. 21,?tf. 31 Monroe Street.
Paints, Oils, Ac.
4 LCOHOL, Turpentine,
_i. jl Linseed Oil, Lamp Black,
Lard Oil, Gum Shellac,
Extract Logwood, Gold Leaf,
Chrome Green, Black Lead,
Chrome Yellow Red Lead,
French Leaf, Bronxe,
Copal Varnish, Japan Varnish, Ac.,
For sale, low, at
VOWP.LL'H Druo Store,
No 24. Union sf.
CINCINNATI.
OHIO TYPE FOVNDERY,
GUILFORD AND JONES,
N. Guilford, N. V. Jonjss.
II SECOND street, BETWEEN ryca more AND BROADWAY,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Krcry DcMcription of
BOOK, J OH A.\I> NKWHPAPER TYPE
CONSTAN Tf Y OH hand, OR MANCrACTCRED TO order.
They are prepared to Tarnish promptly and at the lowest
cash prices, every variety oT Types to be found in their
several Specimen Hooks, and the best Printing Presses,
with all their Apparatus.
Large Job Letter, in all its varieties or Metal and Wood,
Flowers, Cuts, Ornamonts, Ac., will be supplied, or fur-i
nished to order, at the lowest current prices.
From their long experience and practical knowledgo in
Type and Press nuking, and large acquaintance with the
wants or the West, they feel confident of being able to give
entire satisfaction to all who may favor thom with their
patronage. tf.
Cincinnati Wholesale Paper
Warehouse.
KSTAHLISKKD 1841.
ofTer, for sale a .well selected stock of PAPER
IT CAKDS and PRINTING INK, HOOK BINDERS'
LEATHER, and every description of PAPER-MAKERS'1
MATERIALS.
Having been the first, by several yearn, to establish in the
West a Paper business complete in all its parts, we have
formed permanent connections with the best manufactu
rers in this country, and receive our supplies dlrdctly from
them. The prices and terms we now ofTer are as favora
ble as the sain? goods can be purchased tor in the Eastern
cities.
We have the exclusive agency Tor the superior WRIT
ING PAPERS manufactured by PLANTER <fc SMITH,
OWEN ?fc HIJRLBUT, and the CAREW COMPANY, be
ingthe highest grades oT Writing Papers made in this
country.
Our stock embraces every description of Paper used in
the West. We have but one uniform price to all. Orders
by mail will be filled at the same prices as iT bought in
person. Samples will be sent by mail free of cost.
augil. BUTLER & BROTHER,
Wholesale Paper Dealers,
27 Pearl Street.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
K. U. GOODMAN &l'o.
i WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Paper, Cards, Card Boards, Ink,
BLEACIIINO POWDERS, FELT!Kn, WIRE CLOTH, &C.
? Pearl Street, Cincinnati, O. j
! * MONG their slock, may he found WRITING, AND
W' BLANK BOOK PAPER, the largest assortment in J
fhc West, ofovery description.
Printing Paper, all sizes. Eng. Amer. Tissue Paper, j
JJook ?? " Copying "
Col'd. Medium 6: D'ble. Med. Blotting "
Ass'd. " 44 Filtering "
Envelope. Druggist 44
Plate and Lithopraph. Marble _ 44
Manilla, genuine. Glazed and Gilt 44
Hardware Paper. Cloth 44
Ham 44 Card 44
'Match Box 44 Roofing Paper, prepared and
Tea 44 unprepored.
^hoe 14 Wrapping Paper, all sizes.
?Dry Goods 44 Tobncco 4 4 44 4 4
f Envelopes of every description, ?fcc. &c.
HOARDS.
i Perforated, Binders', Bonnet. Press and Straw Boards.
* Also, Agent Tor Llghthody's Superior Printino Ink,
'Book, and Colored Ink, &c.
t'nrdn, and Card ISonrda.
Extra Pearl Failed Cards.
Extra People's '4
Printers* 44
Porcelain 44
. Satin Surfaced Card Boardp.
? Ivory "
Printers' 44
' Satin Enameled 44
Porcelain 44
Pearl Surfaced Colored Card Boards.
K The above Cards and Card Hoards, are manufactured ex
ipressly lor ourselves, and ai cola most bcautiTul surface and
fiinsh; they do not peel in working, and are afforded at a
lower rate, thin any Cards heretofore offered in this mar
ket, and as low as they can be purchased in the East.
* ICS-Dealers and consumers in Paper and Cards, avo res
pecTully invited to examine our stock. All our goods are
received direct Troin manufacturers, which enables us to
sell as low, iT not lower, than any other house in theWest. j
Pa per made to order.
Aug2l.tr.
MIAMI MEDICAL COLLEGE
OT Cincinnati?HcmnSoii of 185'i?
npHE regular course oT Medical Lectures in this Institu-1
JL tion will commence on the FIRST MONDAY OF
' NOVEMBER NEXT, 1S32, and continue four months.
DOARD or TRCSTEES.
Rev. C. ELLIOTT, 1). D., Pieaident of the Board.
O. M. LANG DON X, M. 1).. Secietary 44
Rev. THORNTON A. MILLS.
Hon. C. 1). COFFIN.
R. 1). Ml/SSEY, M. D.
Hon. JOHN BURGOYNE.
Hon. GEO. IIOADLEY, Jr.
E. M. GKEfJOKY, E-?.
GEO. .MEN DEN HALL, M. D.
? The Facultv is composed or the following gentlemen:
R. 1). Mi'hsey, M. D., Piolessoror Descriptive and Oper
ative Surge ?y.
, j i> jfoKiN!*, M. D., Professor oT Anatomy.
John Davih, M. 1)., Adjunct Proteasor or Anatomy. '
John F. White, 31. 1).. Pi ofessor ol Theory and Prac. j
ice oTMedicina. ? , ,
Geo. Nendenhall, M. D.. Professor oT Obstetrics and ,
Diseases of Women and I hildicn. ... ,,
John A. MritrnT, ?l. II Professor or .Valeria Medlca,
Tlierajieutlcs anil Medical Jurispi udeirtic.
C. G. CoMKUYH, 31. D., Proiessor of Institutes of Medi- J
ctne.
Jons Lockk, Jr. 31. I)., Lccturcr 011 Chemistry.*
A Pitcmm 1.hart rot-RHt or Lee t u; es upon some important
specialties in .Medicine ami Surgery, will be given during
the month of October. These lectures will be ficc. Stu
dents are advised to commence with this course.
The DISSECTING ROOMS, under the supervision or
the Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, will he opened 011 the
J st of October.
Fkuk for the fidl course ?10 >. .Matriculation Ticket ?3.
Dissecting Ticket ?10. Guuluntion Fee ?25!
For furthel'infonnation add ess
J. P. J IT DK INS, M. D.,
tr. Dean of the Faculty.
CINCINNATI II l DltOPATIIIC OR
Water Cure Establishment.
'piIK above Institution is now open for the reception or
X patients. It is located about live milcH fiom tne city,
on the Carthage pike, and but a lew rods from tlie Hamil
ton, Cincinnati and Hay toil Kailioad, in the rear ami at
tne same distance from the .Miami Canal, in the front, ren
dering it easy 01 access to those dc-iisous oj enjoying the
benefits of the Institution.
To the lover 01 natuie. iew parts of lite country can fur
nish a ino?e pleasing vaiiety ol scene y than spieady itself
'>cioio the tiaxeilet' alljthe way 110111 Cincinnati to the
'inc. These uatui e and art combine, icudciing the view
beautiful beyond desc iptiou.
The new. l.vge, and beautiful Edifice displays the taste
or the aitist at a glance. The neatness and elegance or the
interior, combined with the numerous attractions which
picseut themselves to the invalid, cannot tail to render
this Kstablishment a desirable one- The Halls aic exten
sive, the Hooms spacious and iuviting, whcie the invalid
can lange atpleasuie, lice from atmospheric influences, in
inclcment weather. The Bed Rooms aie well ventilated,
and neatly luinished; the Hath Rooms aie ample and com
modious, being cob venient lor the application ol water, in
every tomi. In connection with the Institution there is a
Gymnasium Hall, seventy-five icct long, where patients
will have an oppoituiiity of icstoiing their muscular
strength by healthiu. exei'dse. The Springs which rnr
uish the water I01 this establishment, aie clear, puie, soft
and abundant; flowing Irom a gravelly bed, they scud
forth water both cold and delicious. The country and
neighborhood aie icmarkable for healthiulness. purity of
air, and variety of scenery. All things combined, we can
not think 01 a mote desirable place, for those seeking
health, than this Institution.
in. Pkask, having had much experience in the treatment
or disease lor many yeais, begs leave to inform the public,
that 110 pains will be spared lor the restoration to healthor
those committed to hiscaie. Mrs. Pkahx, who has, for
several yeais, devoted her attention to the treatment or
diseases peculiar to her sex, and being every way qualified
lor so impoitant a station, will take special charge or the
leinale depaitmcnt. Prolaysus Uteri, with its train or
ailments, that bane or female beauty, health and happiness,
which is pi ostrating the energies, and destroying the use
(illness or a large portion or the fair sex, will be treated in
this Institution, successrully, independent or pessaries or
supporteis of any kind. To this subject we would invite |
the attention or ladles, as in all cases we shall expect to !
perforin a perfect CUte. j
PersonsvisitingtheCureby the way or the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, will atop at the Carthage
Station. Patients aie requested to bring two comforta
bles, two blankets, two coarsc sheets, six towc:s, and a
quantity of old linen, suitable for bandages.
Tkhxb.?The terms for Hoard, Medical Services, and all
ordinary attendance, will be ten dollars per week, payable
weekly. Extra attendance will subject the patient to an
extra charge. Some dednction will be made to those who
find it necessary to spend a length or time in the Institu
tion. Transient persons will be charged two dollars per
day.
From three to five dollars will be clurged for the first
examination.
For further particulars add res
11. A. PKASK, M. D.
Proprietor and Physician.
Carthage, Hamilton Co., Ohio. aug2-l.
LATEST ARRIVAL
For the Ladies!
rpoUD&'pEVbL have just received from the East, the
JL first caies of their large assortment of Fall Stock, con~
si sting in part, or ? < ? ,
100 pairs Ladies Kid Jenny Linds.
75 do do Kid Jenny.Lind Boots,
100 do do Kid Run Round Jenny Lind Rosettsi
60. do do Kid Welt Shoetees.
GO do do Kid Welt High Buskins,
75 do do French MOroccoJenny Lind Rpsetts,
50 do do French Morocco Bootg,
CO do do Goat Welt Jenny Linds,
60 do "do Goat Welt High Buskins
Which will be sold low for Cash, at the Biack Mammoth
Hoot, South.End of Market Square. au??6
Dupont'H I'owdrr.
THE subscriber has the Agency for the above Powdor,
and has a full supply of all qualities on hand.
aiig?I. GEO WILSON.
y^^^K lerrlond & WrlUrillr
RAIL ROAD. . =at~i
TO CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, SANDUSKY, DETROIT,
CHICAGO. AULWAUKIE, BUFFALO, DUN
Tuw K,RK; ^KW YORK AEI> BOSTON,
MK new and light draught passengor steamer JUSTICE,
McrdocK, .Master, will leave every morning (Sundays
excepted,)at 6o'clock, connecting ?t WellsviUe -with the
Express, train of tlw Cloveland and Pittsburgh Railroad;
leaving at 1 c'cldck, and arriving at Cleveland at 6 P. M?
and connecting with the Steamboat and Railroad lines lor
Toledo, Sandusky, Detroit, Chicago, Nilwaukie, Duflaloand
Dunkirk. For tickets apply to
S. C. BAKER, Agents C. A P. R. R. Co.,
aug27 Omce No. 47, Water St.
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAIL ROAD CO.,
IK COKCCTIOX WITH
A morioan Transportation. Co.
AND
NEW YORK AMI TONA WANDA I.IIVK.
TO AND I-ROM NEW YORK AND BUFFALO WITH
OUT TRANSHIPMENT.
INSURED.
M. M. CALEB & CO, New York, l
NILES ?Sc WHEELER, Buffalo. S ^roPnclor*
AGENTS:
M. M. Caleb ?Sc Co., 109, Broad stieet, New York.
Hiram Joy, ' do do
James Nield, do do
W. W. Dennis, 13 Broad street, Boston,
Niles and Wheeler, BnfTalo,
J. R. Wheeler & Co., Touawanda,
John Carlise, Cleveland,
N. C. Winslow, do
C. D. Rhodes, Agent Cleveland and Pittsburgh R. R. C'a
T. N. Bond, Cleveland, General Agent for Ohio.
This Line lias a daily Line 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 PACKAGES, 'A. T. CO.'
The undersigned are duly authorized Agents for tlw above
Company and Line?and are fully authorized to contract
and receipt property to and from N. York and Boston to
Wheeling. Aug27-tnov. 1. S. C. BAKER & CO.
HEASON ARKANGEillENT.
Michigan Central Rail road Line!
CKKVKLAKD AND DKTROIT,
7n connection icith the Cleveland and Cincinnati Railroad,
Cleveland and E rie R. R., Cleveland and P it (titer gh R. R.,
and Michigan Central R, R.
Passengers will be ticketed through from any point on
Lako Michigan to Cleveland. Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and
Wheeling, and from either of thoso places to any point on
lake Michigan.
This line will be composed of two new low pressure
steamers built expressly for the route.
CLEVELAND Cut. C. C. Stak*rd.
AND
FOREST CITY C.1PT. L. A. Pierce.
A boat will leave Cleveland for Detroit, and Detroit for
C leveland, every evening at GJ o'clock, arriving in both
cities tho following morning in season for the morning
trains or cars for Chicago. Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh and
for the Lake Superior and Sagihaw boats at Detroit. They
v/ill run from Cleveland in the following order: ?
FOREST CILY
Monday .Wednesday Friday
CLEVELAND.
Tuesday Thursday Saturday
And will leave Detroit:
CLEVELAND
Monday.........w....Wednesday Friday
FOREST CITY
Tuesday ...........Thursday Saturday
The undersigned aro prepared to make contracts for all
kinds of freight from Cleveland to Detroit, Mackinaw,
Saut St Marie, Saginaw, and all poi tn on J?ake Michigan.?
The
OCEAN, CASPIAN, AND ST. LOUIS
will compose the line until the new boats are ready.
AGENTS.
C. BRADBURN 6l Co., Cleveland.
PITTMAN, TKOWBRIDGE A JONES, Detroit.
tf.
CLEVELAND AND PITTHRURfi RAIL
ROAD*
ON and after Wednesday, June 16th, lp-r>2, Passenger
Trains will run daily, (.Sundays ercepted.) as follows:
Le^ve Cleveland at 9:10 A. M., Express tr^in for Wells
villo and intermediate stations; 6:10 P. M., Accnmmodi
lion Train for Ravenna, stopping at all way stations.
Leaves Ravenna at 7:00 A. M., Accommodation Traiji for
Cleveland, stopping at all way stations.
Leaves Wetlsvillc at 12:33 P. M. Express Train for
Cleveland, and intermediate stations.
The 9:10 Express Train from Cleveland, connects daily
with the following lines, to wit: At Hudsou, with the
Akron Branch Railroad for Cuyahoga Falls, and Akron; at
Kavennawith Ward's Line or Four Horse Coaches for
Warren; at Alliance with the Ohio and Pennsylvania Rail
Koad; at Bayard, with hacks for Dover, Now Philadelphia
and Carrollton.
FOR PITTSBURG.?The 6:10 A. M., Express Train,
from Cleveland connects at Wellsville with the now and
elegant side wheel steamer, FOREST CITY for Pittsburgh
and intermediate landings, arriving at Pittsburgh the same
evening. _
Fare from Cleveland to Pittsburgh, by Ohio and Penn*
3ylvania Railroad. $?!, 00.
Fare from Cloveland to Pittsburgh, byway of Wellsville,
?3.G0.
Passengers are ticketed through, ami their baggage is
checkcd through to Pittsburgh via WeUsviUe.
FOR WHEELING.?'The UslO'A. M. Express train from
Cleveland connects at WellsviUe with the aplended side
wheel steamers, WINCHESTER and DllJRNAL for
\\ heeling, touching at the intermediate landing, and arriv
ing at Wheelingearly the some evenltig.
RETURNING.?12:35 P. M. Express Train, connocts
with the above steamersat WellsviUe;also with tlie Ohio
and Pennsylvania Railroad at Alliance, and at Hudson with
the Akron Branch Railroad.
Passengers leaving Pittsburg at a o'clodk, A. M., and
\Y heeling at 0 o'clock A. M., will take the 12:35 P. M., Ex
press Train from WellsviUe, and arrive at Clevclandsin
tune to conncct with the Like Steamers for New York,
via Dunkirk and BufPilo.
4Iso for Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Racine, Milwaukie,
and the entire North We*t.
Passengers leaving WHEELING or PITTSBURGH in
the morning by this route, arrive at Clevelaud the same
evening, and on the foilowiEgnight, can be in New York or
Chicago.
The Accommodation Train leaving Ravenna at 7 o'clock,
A. M.( connects at Hudson with the Akrau Branch Rail
Road, and reaches Cleveland in time to connect with the
mornihg Express Train of the Cleveland, Columbus and
Cincinnati Railroad for the South.
Retpunino.?The Accommodation Train leaving Cleve
land at 5;-10 P. M.f connects with the Express Train from
CI I c'nnati and Columbus at Cleveland, and with the Akron
Hranch Railroad at Hudson.
H. <fc P. R. R. Orririe, 1 JOHN DURAND.
Cleveland, JunrM, *52 S Superintendent.
Homeopathic Medical College of
PENNSYLVANIA.
Locatedin FUbeitStieei, above Eleventn,
piii i. ade i.i'm a.
rpHE Lectures of the regular course will commence on the
JL second Monday of October, ami continue until the first
of .March ensuing.
Amount o! fees for a full comse of Lectuies, S100 1)0
Students who have attained two full courses
in other schools. 30 00
Martriculaiion fee, paid only once, 5 U0
Practical Anatomy, 20 00
Graduation fee, 30 00
CCi'Tho Commencement will take r.laco early in March.
FACULTY.
WILLIAM S. HELMUTH, M. 1).,
PROTESTOR OF IIOMJiPATIIICK INSTITUTES, patiiolooy, ah$
THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
WALTER WILLIAMSON, M. 1).,
PROFESSOR OK MATERIA MEDIC A AND THERAPEUTICS.
JOSEPH G.. LOOMIS, M. D.,
PROFESSOR 07 OBSTETRIC* AND THE DISEASES OF WOMEN AN!
CHILDREN.
alvan e. small, m. d.,
PROFE.-'SOR or PHYrtOLOOY AND MEDICAL JCIUHPRI.'DENC*.
MATTHEWSEMPLE, M. D ,
PROFESSOR OF C1IEMISTKY AND TOXIOOLOOY.
FRANCIS SIMS, M. D.,
PROFESSOR OKSLRliERY.
WM. A. GARDINER. M. D.,
PROFESSOR OK ANATOMY.
W. ASHTON RE E 1), M. D.,
DEMONSTRATOR OF J.NATOMY. , !
Students will te admitted to the Iloineccopatbic Hospital, '
to receive clinical instruction, and witness treatment at the
bedside of the patients, and surgical practice and oper.u:
tions. For further information add reus
WM. A. GA RDINER, M. D., Dean,
No. 313 Arch Street, Phila.?
Local and Travelling Agcats M nntcd fop !
Popular and Useful Rooks just published. CALIFOR
NIA ILLUSTRATED, including a description of the Pa
mama and Nicaragua loutes, with IS suberb Tinted Litho
! graphs, 32-1 pages. Svo.; price ?2. This work, by J. M.
I Letts, has been adjudged by tbie unauinious voice of the
press to be the most elaborate, practical, and intensely in
te resting volume that has yet been written upon thisgolden
theme. Since the publication of Steven's Journal of Trav
els, no work has appeared that has created such a thrilling
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with incidents of the most amusing character. In the lan
guage of one of the city editorials, "it is a perfect daguerre
otype of California, taken by the light or a noonday sun."?
Also, Dr. Beach's great work on Medicine, THE AMERJ.
CAN PRACTICE AND FAMILY PHYSICIAN, BOO pa.,
ges, 200 engravings, 8yo., aheep$ price $?, Dr. Hejcb if. at
the head of the eclectic practice in this country. Such was
the demand, that eighteen thousand copies of this work
were printed in one edition. Alsd, Dr. C. 1). Hammond's
work on the same principles of practice, MEDICAL IN* ?
FORMATION FOR THE MILLION, or TI?UB:GUIDB
TO HEALTH, 12mo., cloth, 528 pages; price $l,fiOcloth.
fil paper covers; fourth thousand. AI'jO, WOMAN IN
HER VARIOUS RELATIONS?containing practical rales
for American females, for their condcxt in the detail of
every doineatic druyj royal 18mo., ved cloth, illustrated;
324 pages; price 63 cents. This w;?.k should b* In the hands
of every lady, especially thd young. Such ?.a ita popularity
that nearly three thousand copies have bean sold in there-;
gion ofNew Yorkalone within a very few months.
Orders for books aT>ove idvertised, with cash or postage
stamps accompanying, vill be proinpf'.y lined, prepaid' to
any part of the United/States. ??< 11
Address, ROBERT YOUNG,
.1 . fSucrossor to Wm. Holdiedge.)
No. 142 Pulton street, New York city.
OC^-Editors^ving this advertisement two or three in
sertions entire vriR be entitled to a copy of California Il?
ustrated aue20?3t.
' ,* Jayne's Ittedicliie?i * .
THAVE 'the Agency for Dr. Jayne's Medicines and will
furnish DrurafitP and others on libe'ral'terrna.
GEO. WILSON.
POETRY.
I i. i \ ; [Prdrathe'CincInnali Citizen.} '
TIIE KTIIGRAfVT'H HONG.
Air?Thelh-etty Girl Milking her Coir.
Tho head-lands were frowning before ua,
As we flow through tho wide open sea,
While those left behind, who adore us,
Sighed, farewell, acushla-machree."
1 look'd o'er the waters beneath me,
Whilst onward ouri good vessel boro;
And those who in sorrow did greet ino,
Now stood on the sea*beaten shore.
It was a clcar cloudless morning,
The wind from th6 southward it blew;
The sun roso, the blue waves adorning.
O'er which like a sea-bird we flew.
'Twaa then that my heart beat in sadness
At leaving.my country behind?
And none could afford me the gladness
Which comforts the wearied in mind.
For there lay the scenes that we cherish,
Which never can leave my fond heart,?
Ob ne'er can-that memory perish.
Though ocean may keep us apart.
Then give me the broad billows heaving,
That bear me away o'er the sea:
'Tis tho homo of our fathers we're leaving,-1 ? u
To dwell in the land of the tree.
? * Nicholas XuXsdkh.
? My darling forever.
Cleon and I,.
B Y CHARLES X A C K A Y.
Cleon hath a million acres?
Ne'er a one have It
Cleon dwelleth in a palace?
In a cottage l;
Cleon hath a dpzen fortunes?
Not a penny 1;
But the poorer of the twain is
Cleon, and not I.
Cleon, true, possesses acres.
Hut the landscape I;
Half tho charms to ma it yieldeth
Money cannot buyj
Cleon harbor* sloth and dullness?
Freshing vigor 1}
He in velvet, I am fustian?
Richer man am 1.
Cleon is a slave to grandeur
Free as thought am I;
; Cleon feeds a score of doctors?
. Need of none have 1:
Wealth surrounded, care environed,
Cleon fears to die;
Death may come; he'll find me ready?
Happier man am 1.
Cleon sees no charms in Nature?
In a daisy 1;
Cleon hears no anthems ringing
In the sea and sky.
Nature sings to me forever?
Earnest listener 1;
State for state, with all attendants,
Who would change!?not I.
VARIETY.
IIow to Get n Wife in Indin.
The following mode of obtaining a help mate
appears wonderfully convenient and satisfactory.
All the delay and ceremony, which precede matri
mony among us, are avoided by this system:
"When a man, in a decent rank of life, wishes to
marry and can prove that he possesses the means
of maintaining a wife, it is customary for him to
apply to the mistress of the Bycullum school; state
his wishes and qualifications, and inquire into the
number and character/of the marriageable girls.
An investigation immediatdly follows as to his
eligibility, and if all promises satisfactorily, lie is
forthwith invited to drink tea with the school-mis
tress, upon an appointed evening, to give him an
opportunity of making his selection. The elder
girls are then informed of his intended visit and its
purport, and those who desire to enter the matri
monial list come forward and signify their wish to
join the party. Frequently, four or five competi
tors make their appearance, on these occasions,^ in
the mistress* room. The gentleman, while doing
his best to make himsell universally agreeable, yet
contrives, in the course of the evening, tomako his
preference to one particular lady. - Should these
symptoms of budding affection be favorably re
ceived, he tenders his proposals in due form on th6
following morning. But it often occurs that the
selected !adv does not participate in the inna
moratta's sudden flame, in which case she is at
perfect liberty to decline the honor of his allianck
and reserve herself for the next tea party exhibi
tion.
"We have known instances where an amorous old
gentleman, from an out-station, presented himself
three successive times at these soirees, in the hope
of obtaining a wife to cheer the solitude of his up
country residence, but all in vain; the yourtg Ja?
?lies unanimously rejected him with the highest
I disdain, wondering how "such an ugly old fellow
could have the impudence to think of a wife;"
But a very different Teception is given to a dashing
| young sergeant or smart looking conductor; their
I attentions are never repulsed, and the announce
j ment of the "chosen intends," as Miss Squeers
would say, is anticipated with the utmost iinpa-^
tience by many an anxious young heart. The wed
ding speedily follows, the bride's maids "trousseau" '
being provided from the funds of the establishment,
and every girl in the school cheerfully contributiag
her aid in the manufacture of dresses."
Life in Bombay.
Au Exciting Elopmcnt.
In the Providcncc Times of Friday, we find the
particulars of an elopment, which is creating n?:
little interest in that city. It seems that a physi-.?
cian, who has an office on Broad street, had seduc-,
etl the affections of a young lady of highly respect
able Connections in that city, and obtained her as-"
sent to their marriage, without the approval of the
parents. The parents were, however aware of
the progress of the aflair, and requested a friand,.
whose business required him frequently in Ston
nington> the place selected by the parties for the
marriage-ceremony, to be on the alert for their ap- -
pearance there and prevent the union. On Wed
nesday evening, last week, they took the steam:
boat train for the place named, and though disco
vered by the friend mentioned, had nearly com
pletedithe object of the trip before he had obtained
an officer and discovered .their whereabouts. He
arrived, however, just as the ceremony was com
mencing and forbid the proceeding. The doctor
was much exasperated and, it is said, offered the
officiating clergyman $100 to proceed, which the
latter declined. The lpdy and gentleman then es
caped to the Wadawannuck House, where they
were finally locked up in separate rooms for the
J night. The father of the young lady wanton to
Stonington; but was obliged to return without his
daughter, she and her companion having escaped
lo parts unknown.. The friends of the young lady,
; it is said, make rather serious charges against the
} doctor, indicating anything but puTe intentions on
\ his patt in; hifl affair.
| Thrkf. Lovkiis.?Lady Gage, the wife of the first
; baronet, Sir John, ancestor of viscount Gaffe, when
first a widow, was only seventeen, beautiful and
rich; she was courted by her three husbands,.Sir
George Ihenchard, Sir John Gage and Sir William
Harvey, at the same time; and to appease a quarrel
that had arisen respecting her, between them,rshe
threatened her everlasting displeasure to the first
that should be the agressor?which, as she had de
clared for neither, by balancing th^ir hopes against
their fears, stilled their resentments agaihst each
other; adding, good humoredly, that if they Would
keep the peace and have patience, she would have
them ail in their turn, which, singularly enough,
did happen.
i Marriage or Celebrated Men.?-"Ben Jolwsort -
married at 22; Walker at 22; Burns and Jonathan .
Edwards at 23; Mozart at 25; Dante, Helper, Euler, .
Samuel Johnson, Walter Scott and Edmund Burke,
(strongnames these,) at 26; Tycho/Brahe, Napole
on Bonaparte and George Washington ? married at -
2t; William Penn at28; Linnaeus and Benjamin
Weft at 29; Chaucei, Littleton and Hogarth, at32;
Sir William Jones at 37; Wilberforce at 38; Bene
dict Arnold at 40; Wm. Mason at 52; Robert Pul
ton, aft?'ticliieving: his gfeat teputalion, at43, Ad
dison at 44, Young at 47. Swift, prftatly iq Stela,
at 49; and Buffon at 56."
Inr I hope it will be written on tye tablets of yflur
heart, in cb^racters^ot to be.effaced by ambitfoh^
avarice or pleasure,"that the only sureand'certain
happiness ta be found on this side of the gw*? n
b consciousness of your own rectitude. All true. ,
peace and home-felt joy are the reward of virtue.
SirJ.E.WilmottohiiSori
1 :?: J ? "" *
"Ju5t. step onto tlie sli?t, and I'll give you a
cowhiding."
. "Be jabers! an* I would't do it if youM give roe
two of'em." ^

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