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WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1853.
NUMBER 241
,Ttafflllccli,1S 3ntclligciitcv,
? TKI.WEEKLY AN1> WEEKLY, BY
cSeARINGEN & TAYLOR,
, [o. 1. TAYLOR.
" g PENDLETON, ? EDITORS.
am ITAYLOR^
? v-?. Water Street, between Mcrroe
OFFICE?>0
aad Quincy.
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?:iviiese /. J^er, changeable at pleasure, 5,00
KS?V%r^o?i c.r^CP?=)?o. 6>00
liberal discounts wilt be
mfa< oot"1^3jiMs*aiid advertisements rorCharitabte
ttrKdipo?1*:' companies, inserted gratuitously.
??umUis in3erted gratuitously.
?^rrsTNESS CARDS.
LAWYERS
TsXTXu.8 T K E !* ,
.?.r . m I
Ohio, M?r
g H I 1 A Im. 3 -*. ?5 E3? i * y
attorney at law.
S^iSSS te&ss&tosffx a tew
'T~~ it Main mice!, corner of Jefferson.
TTharles Marshall,
T O B X B V AT I- A W
O *
v'
. T T O B i> K * J* ?
- 1 W'cmtc* STRlirr,
rgvTKK WHEELING
7nTK?A-> NKI.S05I,
att.rner nnd CanMcllor nt l.nw.
Office So. :30, Fourth street,
WHEELING, Vl.
Til'KKUCAMMVKIiL.
rrut I saw nnd Solicitor in Chancery,
A\M~*T officc y0 247, Main street,
WIIKEMNfl, Va.
Kl'^KM' ft FIT/HIHiH,
.,.trBer<i nnd Conn?ell?r? alLnw,
Officc No. 69. Monroe Street.
WnmiKQ, Va.
? _.v JAMES PAULL.
U " FBY a PATTI.I.. _
ATTORNEYS at law.
Will practice In the Courts of Ohiocounty and adjoining
"Shi Fry will practicein the Court or Apiwals at
jjrib'rf.and District Appellate courts at Fairmont and
Fourth,tree., near <^C~rt House,^
j. G. M'CLELLAN.
Attorney at I-aw.
St. Lonis, Mo.
d&e on Pine street, north side, between Main and Sec
on?', 2d floor, entrance Xo. S, Pine street,
rtrtkulafatteution given to collections in Missouri and
GIBSON L. CRANMER,
Attorney tit f.aw.
NOTAItV PUBLIC
FOR THE C1TV OF WHEELING,
2Ttod Cammissiouer for the State of Ohio, to take
acttotvleilge meats of Deeds, Depositions and other writ
ial augw
A. C. Jones,
Attorney at Law.
Office on Fourth Street, near lh?v^pIJ1IJlg0'v \
fTIioi J. II. I'ENDLKTON.
JACOB & PEXDLETON,
Attorneys at Law,
Office three doors north of the Court House.
Wheeling, Va.
ar\vill attend Tegularly the Courts or Marshall, Ohio
fi:ooke, and Hancock counties, and the District Courts at
Fairmont and Parkereburg, and such other Courts in the
vicinity of Wheeling aa may be necessary.
JOHN L. NEWBY,
Alderman 4th Wnrd: nml Attorney at Law,
WILL attend to the taking or depositions, and writing of
ikretls. Contracts, Leases, Ac. Persons desirous of his ser
rices in taking Depositions, will please to have the notices*
w as to take them at his officc. lie will tie found iu his
ufficeraostly during the day; from 7 A. M. until 7 1. M.
Ornca?QuiucT street, between Main and .Market, snutli
tide. ?us3s
PHYSICIANS.
G. W. Chalmers, M. D.
(From Baltimore.)
ii'i/i practice Mnl'Citir, Surgery nnd. Ohntrtricles
PERS1ANKXTLY located in this city. Office and resi
dence?Mulberry square?opposite Mr. H. Echol's
Otitic Wheeling. ap2&-3m
Dr. M. Campbell.
(LATLOFFAtRMOUI'T, VA.)
* OFFICE: Fouith St., adjoining the residence of Henry
Moore.
norH XV heeling, Va
UK. A. H. TODI),
Office and Drug Store, corner Quincy and Fifth streets,
Wheeling, Va.
DB. J. ?. HUPP,
jflice on Main Street, one door South of Judge Fry
residence.
WHEELING. VA.
Dr. A. P. Wheeler,
Office: Main street.
Centre Wheeling.
CT~B?ldenoe? So 43, Market street. lyl
DR. E. A. HILDRETH,
OBce nud Kc*i<lence, No. 78, Monroe street,
adjoining thecoukt hopse.
DR. THOBURN,
OFFICE !<CO. 9-1, 3IAIN 8TBKKT
'?fiS-ljil Centre Wheeling.
?All'd. Jtlugties, M. D.
hi,professional teivlccs to the communi'y.
Office: At residence, on Centre street, betwe2ii Filth
tiSirth. mar26-ly
DRUGGISTS.
JOHN B. VOWELL,
_ DEAI.F.R IN
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils
"reSlnff., l*nteut IVIedicines, Perfamerf See
WO. -I, 1-!C10H >fT_. WllEKLtWn, VA.
KELLS & CALDWELL,
.... Sneeeaw. to Jai. t'niill & Co..
wholesale druggists
XSO DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs,
irJA?5,RHKS. BRUSH KS, GLASSWARB, Ac.
imo.> BDILDIKGS.HAIN stbkkt
4th door. WWW Mokroe,
? WHEELING, VA
J- H. CRUMBACKER,
Wkelenale and Retail
DRUGGIST,
2^175, Maim Street, Wnmi*o, Va.
LOGAN 8l CO.
Uru _^CCCKsso*a to Paxtojj &. Lakb,)
wholesale and Retail Druggists
Paints, Oils, Chemicals,Dye stuff*, Var
mtbea. White Lead. Perfumeries, Fancy articles,
dec., d'C. &c.,
J^>y_ So-133' Bridse
~~Iw. T. selby,
p. , "Polemic Dealer 1m
0reign and Domestic Dry Goods
*0. 117, MAINE STREET,
Wbeelhl, V?
!,KV^0''?. IEAIj Sc KWEABWOBN.
fancy dry goods
WHOLESALE.
11, Month 41b Street,
, ... ? . PI11LADELFHIA.
L w- Seiton, L. Srtt.. A. Van SwEA>iw<new
?* **. HEtSKELL. J. A. PF.TZKK. K. B. t?WKARINOBNpJB.
^eiskell &. CO.,
r, Demler. im all kinds of
r ancy and Staple Dry Goods,
corner or Market and Union streets, three doors IVom
...j,, Wm- 8- Wickham's Auction Rooms,
Wheellm, Vs.
henry k. list & CO.
?r,, . l1<1caaaoaa to Llrr, Howinl & Co.)
wno.o6c.lo Grocers and Liquor
M^BCnAYM.
No-SS, Main Street,
WnSEUKO V?.
R. CRANGL^- Sl CO.
WHOLESALE GK ?.ERS,
* orwarding and Commission
MERCHANT*.
Comer Monroe and Market streets^ i
? - - ELiwo.Va
W" * ?. * SSSt^ma6"
C omm i ssi on^ Forwa rding^Merc h an t s
NO. 66C, MAIN STREET,
""'"s '?"l"u^ndVv/|"ifnEAL
Good, nicles' AUo- 10 ">"'*"18 and Forwardii
CoKKWhMli^:,iH*pt' Hunter, Fleming.'
Bridwp^rtl^hlS " & OEl<!by' *1,J 1!e" &
WILLIAM ROBERTSON,
?.T?G'*'?eer and dealer in
iV/ili' r.nV J J;kiivdr op pRovri.
\v! V hK&TIIT,0f,IY?EI'?*
XNO. I a. KA8T t'ORNtl! MARKIT AKD UNION* .
? wnKEUNli) a.
F. R. ARMSTRONG,
AGENT AND UKALKK IN
REAL ESTATE.
.?no~ 1. ? ??ccc01"ncr orMainand Union streets.
sug57-l>d WHEELING, VA.
S. D. WOODROW
_ DEALER IN
FAMILY GROCERIES
OP F.VKRY DESCRIPTION.
Imported Wines, I.iquors, nnd ('l>;nr?
VOltEION Fit 17ITS. ISVVHttiSS?
No. 256 Main street, Wheeling, Va.
M. J. KEATING^
n iiolraalonud Retail Dealer ill
Foreign and Domestio Fruits
. WB'ffi eiGABS, Ac., Ac, '
T*T JnTP???e variety of
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
Corner or Main and Monroe Streets,
Wheeling, Va.
J. N. ZIMMER'S
IN. JL- IIV] IVI t K o
CRACKER AND cake BAKERY
Ao. 102 Market mt, a few door. South of the Market Haute, '
"Wliecling, Vn.
in^frtitSU? C0.l".l.?nllrV 0? h,nd * 1?re? "lock or the foiiow
iL M ?u. ur ? ckers' w,lBr Crackers, Soda do.,
^'- ? '!???? nrul tlm celebrated Boston Crack
TirfH.5 Tl".Ch Wl" be ,oUl ?T louxtt price,.
Wheeling. Aug. 21. ?iia.?3md.
Wm. RIHEDAFFER,
WnOLMALB AIVD It KTA11,
CHAIR MANUFACTURER,
No. 27, UNION STREET,
? WllKEI.IKa, VlRdlHlA.
EDW. L. PRATT,
Fancy and Windsor Chairmaker,
MAIN STREET, BETWEEN nNION AND MONROE,
' WHEELING. VA.
S. D. HARPER & SON;
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
NTItA,V GOODS,
MUFFS, FURS. AND CARPET HACS,
No (29 Slain st. corner nr Union,
_ WllEEHNO. Va.
8. M'CLALLEN, 8. M'rLA!.H!K. JR., C. 0. K.NOV
M'CLALLENS &. KNOX,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in all kinds of
Boots, Shoes, Leather, &o.,
No. 196, Main street,
Wheeling, Va.
~~ WILLIAM BOLE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all lcinds of
BOOTS and shoes,
NO. 101, MAIN ST., BELOW MARKET ALLEY,
Wheeling, Vn.
JOHN HOWELL,
DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, &o.,
No. 173, IVIniit St.
New Wholesale Liquor Store.
BECKER, WEILIiER & FRANZHEIM,
. Importers of
Wines, ItrnndicK, f?ins, &c.
Hprigg house, Water Street.
m?(_* ? WHEELING, VA.
JSS? *f ^ branch or the House or Becker, Weiller & Co.,
l?de]P>,,a??n?l win always be in the receipt or the
purest and best Wines and Liquors, which will be supplied
to ucalcrs in Wheeling and the surrounding country at tl.e
lowest Eastern wholesale prices. declG
FOREST CITY HOUSE,
W. A. & H. C. SMITH, Proprietor*.
Corner of Superior Stieet and Public Square,
tr Cleveland, O.
WALNUT STREE-ThOUSE,
J. W. SWENEV, Proprietor.
Walnut street, between Sixth and Seventh StreeU,
Cincinnati, O.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(Successors to Sweeneys & Hell,}
MANUFACTURER.S OF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
China, Qucenswnre, l^anips, Girandoles.
TA ULK CVTliEltY, &c.
No. 65, MAIN STREET,
WHEELING, Va.
NEW QUEENS WARE STORE.
HOBBS, BARNES, & CO.,
Importers, Whole.nle nnd Retail Denleraiu
CHINA, ti I.AM*f<tl)UKKNillVAUE,
IIUI'SK AND STEAMUOAT FURNISHING GOODS.
A'o. *JS, Monroe St., near the Poit Office,
WHEELING, VA.
H. P. MORRIS,
DEALER IN
1IARDWARK AIVD CUTLERY
No. 31, Monroe Street,
WiiEELiNn, Va.
EDMUND nouns, K| I THOS.L. TAYLOR.
HOBBS & TAYLOR,
Manufacturers of
STEAM ENGINES,
AND UENCKAI. MACIIIN?ST?,
CORNER MAIN <fc QUINCY STS.
MILL ENGINES, TOBACCO AND noiSTINOSCREWS
STEAMBOAT ESOIKES, OH 1ST AND SAW MILL WORK,
FURNACE ENGINES, ENfJINE BOILERS,
And all kinds of IVInchincry made to order,
on the most reasonable terms.
Geo. W, Anderson;
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Water street, Wiieelinr, Va,
THE Bait!more and Ohio Railroad having opened Tor
the rrception or freight, he terd. rs his tervicos to the
public. His facilities for forwarding a>e unsurpassed, his
warehouse beirg on the track orthe Road, and to the
setaniboat landing.
Having amrle storage room, no charge will be made ror
storaec: wl?en consigned Tor shipment. G. W. A.
fcb28
RICHARD BLUM,
[Successor to F. A. BRBNTLINGER.l
Dealer in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS,
Chemicals,Dye Stuffs, Faints & Perfumeries,
Alto Imported Havana Cigars Fancy Articlet.
No. 84, Cor. Main and Third Sts.,
Centre Wheeling.
K. W. Stephens, Cms. Beat-it, F. W. Knox.
WHEELING NOVELTY" WORKS.
STEPHENS, BEATTY. & Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF
SCALES, LOCKS, LATCHES,
CofTce Mills, all kinds of Fastenings,
Hinges aud JVlaleable Castiir ?
le Castings,
WHEELING,
VA.
E. VARNEY
MANUFACTURER OF
COPPER, TIN A SHEET IRON WARE
No. 6. Main St., near the Creek Bridge.
WnciLixa, Va.
W. F. PETERSON
Fire Qlarine, and Life Insnranec
AND LAND AGENT.
No. 3\ Monroe street, Wheeling, Va.
J. C. HARBOUR,
Wholeanle nnd Retail Denier in
CARPETS, RUGS, OILCLOTHS,
LOOKING GI.ASHES, & CFHOLgTERV
WARE OF EVER x DESCRIPTION,
NO. 143, MAIN STREET.
WHEELING, VA.
WM. YOST,
WATCH 2HAKER, AND WATCH AND
CLOCK REP A I R B R
w _,Xo- "''Market street, near the Post office.
t?~All burinesslu his UneprompUyattendedto. 6md.
?.C. Mltuot. it. w. itlLLKR.
Miller & Miller,
nOMK AND WON PAINTERS, S1A.
zlern nud urniner*.
No. 263, Main 8treet, Wbeelln*. Va. sepH .
C. S. LAKBnm. K.c. BOHI1AM. r. W. 11MT1T.
LAMBDIN, BONHAM, & CO.,
VIUGINIA, WHKIXIMG AJ1D PHIENIX
PAPCH MILLS,
? ? WHBBL1NG, VA.
Manufacture Primlne ml Wrapping P?n?r, Candl. Pap
Cotton Yarn l*J.r, Steam Boat Paper,
Ronnet Boards, Fullers' Boards. Ac.
' W. D. MOTTE,
Dealer in all .kindsof Foreign and Domestic
DRY" GOODS,
No. 176, M asset Street. Wheeling, V4.
JBUSINESS CARDS.
A. G. ROBINSON. J. jf. bush FIELD.
A. O. ROBINSON & CO.
MANUFACTURERS OP
WRAPPING PAPER, BONNET BOARDS,
&c;:?Also,
Grocers and Commission Merchants
And Produco Dealers.
No. 32 and 33 Water St., Wheeling, Va,
J. COWOILL. A. M:SWORD8.
COWGILL & M'SWORDS,
Forunrdinu nud
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
General Produce Dealers,
No. 69 Water Stkbkt, Wheeling, Va.
CS-Having ample room tor storaeo, no chorea will be
made for storage, when consigned for shipmeut.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CLOTHING STORE.
CORNER MONROE AND WATER STREET8.
A. M. ADAMS
HAS just returned from the East, with an unusually large
stock or Goods, manufactured into clothing by the best
or workmen, and will be sold at the lowest possible prices,
wholesale or retail
All 1 ask is fair investigation, without prejudice or favor,
and I defy rair competition in Coats, Pants, and Vests, or
anything in the clothing line.
Come and try me, one and all, Jew and Gentile.
octG-tr
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
DR. S. P. HULL1HEN, DR. J. F. HULLIHEN,
OFFICE No. 131, Fourth street, near the
Presbyterian church.
Manufacture Teeth expressly for each par
ticular case. Full setts of Teeth, or any
parts or setts, made with artificial Gums. The Gum is
made in one continuous or solid piece?the cost Is thiy imo
lor teeth with or without gums.
Full setts of teeth made from $75 to Sift) a Keui small
sotts from $3 to $o per tooth- febl*lyr:d.
Wiieeling Savings Institution.
OFFICK, NO. 192, MAINS*.
Offico open Iroin 3 o'clock, a. m., until 3 p. m. Discount
day?Thursday, 10 o'clock, a. m.
K2>*"Money received 011 transient deposite. Interest paid
on special deposites.
J. Crdidacker, Alex. Rogers, Alkx. Paxtok, A.N.
JoitKsoN, JUmicl Stkknrod, Jxh 1). Marsh, Adam Ftcn
t:icR and II. lv.Ltsr?Directors.
nu15! WM. McCOY, Treasurer.
THE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Or WIIKKLINO, VA.,
Continues (o take all kinds or Fire and Mariucrbks,
Office No. 192, Main St. 1
M. NELSON, President.
WM. M'COY, Sec'}*. . .
ISLAND TANNERY.
BEltGER &: II OFF3IANN,
manufacturers or
Every description of Leather,
And Dealers in Wool nud Hides,
Store Room &To. 170, Corner oj Market Alley and Main street,
Wiieklino, Va.
OOTShoe Findings of all kinds on hand, and sold at very
moderate terms.
LUMBER, LUMBER.
L. S. Root's Lumber Yard
AND PLANING MACHINE.
Webster Street, Centre 'Vukklimo. .
XCT He is prepared to fill all orders for S.i WED LUM
BER, PLANED FLOORING. WEATHER HOARDING,
SHINGLES, CEILING, LATHS, &c. &r. 1
Office; No. 24, Main Street, near the Cs %ek Bridoe.
? ug 24?ly.d.
J. TURTON.
Home, Sign, mid Ornnmcninl Painter.
129, Main, betxeeen Monroe and Union streets,
j Wheeling* Va.
D3"Signs, Banners and Flags, transparent, plain and
fancy, cxrcuted with ueatness and despatch, Graining Ac.
feb22-6m 1
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store. I
M. H. GREGG
Number CO, Monroe Street, near the Court House.
GEIVTLEIIIEN'S CLOTHING
Made to order in the latest styles.
J. &, W. TAYLOR,
iTInnufncturer* and Denier* in nil kinds ol |
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS,
WllOLRMALG AND RETAIL,
No. 168, Main St., East side, 2 doors below Market Alley, I
tf. Wiiceli.no, Va.
WM. H. HOWSER,
Manufacturer and Denier in nil kinds of
Tobacco, Snuff and Cigars,
No. 167, Mainst., icest side, 2 door* above Market Alley.
WHEELING, VA.
S.AVERY,
W holeialc and Retail
Hat and Cap Manufacturer,
No. 146, Main Street,
Wheeling, Va.
fEF"Has on hand the largest and best assortment or Hats I
and Caps or all qualities and sizes. janll
EDWARD ARCIIDOLD. SAM'L DAVENPORT. |
ARCHBOI/D & DAVENPORT,
Attorneys at Law,
Woodsfield Okio,
DC*" Will give the most prompt attention to business in I
Monroe and the adjacent counties. ja 11 f4
RICHARD NELSON.
ftlann tinctures, to order, all kind* of Tents,
Fire Screens nnd Sails, Tnrpnuliug,
Auuinus, Ricjrinir, nnd
FLACiSFORALIi POLITICAL PARTIES |
aug21-tf No. 22, Water Street, Whubmko, Va.
THOMAS POPE.
ARCHITECT.
Office, No. 72, Mcloilcoii Buildings.
Persons about to build, can obtain designs for Public I
Buildings and Private Residences, with the requisite speci- |
ticatious, estimates and superintendance.
Til OS. HORNBROOK,
Dealer in Real Estate,
HAS on hand. Building lots and improved property for
sale on accommodating terms. Two Brick houses,
one Office, and one Hall for societies or otherwise for Rent,
lyd. Monroe St.. No.24|, up stairs.
W in. IS i u g Ii n ni ,
Shirt Manufacturer,
NEW BRITAIN.
Connecticut.
HAS appointed A.M.Adams agent for the sale or his
shirts at Factory prices. Merchants, Clothiers, and
others who are desirous or buying shirts or the best and
cheapest make intho United States will call at A. M.Ad
ams, clothing store, where they will find a foil assortment.
sep28?lyd.
Brentlinger & Armstrong,
PKKSCRIPT101VI8T8,
HAVE'just received at their medical store, a fresh sup
ply or the most choice medicines, such as people may
rely upon. In making their selections, no regard is paid to
prices, so the article be or the best quality.
Physicians' Prescriptions put up by carefol hands
at all times, day or night. aug2l-lyrd
" KELLS & CALDWELL.,
(successors to jas. pauli. & qo.)
Importers and Wholesale dealers iu Drugs, i
medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, &c.
No. 83, UNION BUILDINGS, MAIN ST.
HAVING purchassd the eutirc stock, fixtures, chemical
apparatus, &c., of the firm ot James Paull <fcc. would
respectfolly solicit the patronage or dealers and the public
generally. All goods warranted.
In retiring from the Drug business, we take pleasure in
recommending *0 favorable consideration our successors,
Messrs. Kells ?V Caldwell, and have no hesitation in saying
that our fo*;mer customers, and dealers generally, will re
ceive that attention and accommodation which has earned
for this well known house a large share or patronage.
JAS. PAULL<&
CO.
TODD 80 DEVOL,
AT THE WELL KNOWN STAND,
Sign of the Black Mammoth Boot, South End of
Market Square,
ARE now opening an unusually large stock of Fall and
Winter Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, selected with
great care, and manufactured at tho very best workshops
of Philadelphia and New England, expressly for our >Vhole
sale and Retail trade. To our regular customers, and all
others who may favor us with a call, we can offer you goods
which we guarantee equal in quality of material and work
manship, (c? those manufactured in this or any part of the
United States. TODD & DEVOL.
Wheeling, Sep 24,1852.
NEW FIRM.
MESSRS. CAY-WOOD, CONKLIN dc CO.,
having purchased the entire stock of Stoves, Tin,
Copper and:Sheet Iron waro of T. G. Culbert
.son, would respectfuUy inform the citizens ol
[Wheeling and vicinity, that they wiU carry on
Uie business of manufacturing Tin, Copper, and Sheet
Iron Ware, of which they have constantly 011 hand a good
assortment, for Wholesale, and Retail} very low for cash;
all persons wishing to purchase, would do well to caUand
nee us at No. 19/ Union St., at tho old and well known
siandfceretofor? occupied by T. G. Culbertson.
? Particular attention paid to repairing.
Wheeling, Aug. 21. OAYWOOD. GONRlIW.dr CO
Dyeing to live !!
FIBTD & DAY
Seventh ?t., three door* from Dr. Tappan'*,
STKtJBENVILLE, OHIO.
Wouldinform the citizens or Wheeling and vicinity that
they have commenced the Coloring Bnsinessin every
branch. Silks, Cottons and Woolens, warranted to stand
colors. Ladles' apparel, Gentlemen's Coats, Pants, Vests,
A-r..
Fancy Colo
poqoaT
Of'every shade got up c^ual to new. Ribbons, Shawls,
and everything In the way of coloring, cleaned, pressed, and
done on the shortest notice, and on easy terms.
COr-Arrangements have been made with the steamer4Vi
noqcA,' to receive and deliver articles and packages for us
'OSKPH
CITY BUSINESS.
ROB'T FORRYTII. J. F. HOPKINS. J. H. FOR8YTH JR.
FORSYTHS & HOPKINS,
(Successors to Forsyth and Baker,)
Forwarding nnil
C o in in i km i o 11' Wl e r c h a n t s,
PRODUCE AND FLOUR DEALERS,
Wheeling, Vn.
HAVING completed our arrangements East and Weal
for tho safe and speedy transit or Merchandize and
l'roduce, we tender our services to tbo public, with the
assurance that our facilities are unsurpassed i our House
iiaving a Railroad track running iuto it, and being very
commodious and detached from other buildings, gives our
I nends greater security for their property.
Agents for the. Baltimore and Ohio Trans
portation Line, through direct to Philadelphia.
N. 11 Having capacity 10 store 20,000 tons, no charge
will be made for storage when consigned Tor shipment.
jan2l F'S.dcH.
WUKKLKK At LAKIIV,
MERCHANT TAILORS;
Monroe street, two doors from Market, under the
Washington Hall, Wheeling, Vn.,
Koop constantly on hand, a full assortment or Cloths,
Cassimores, Vc8tiiiES,&o-, which will bo made up to or
der in tho latest style, and best manner. feb26
LTJDWIG, KNEEDLER & CO.,
IVIIVLE^ALK DEALERH
IN BRITISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS,
Aro. 110, North Third Street, S. West corner of Race Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
fjilucuud Hund Paper Katnblishment.
A. R. DILLON St Co.
(SUCCESSORS TO F. 13. HORNBROOK.)
Near the Catholic Burying grounH.
HAVE taken the abovo establishment, whoro they in
tend tj manufacture Glue and Sand Pnpor of the best
quality, which they will sell on as good torms as 'they can
be bought anywhere in the West.
Q3TC??h paid for senrw.
(Jui'1'jL.u, A/iiN, tsnioibi' iitor? ?vaubii
Manufactory.
THANKEUL for the liberal patronage horetoforo
bestowed unon him, the subsci iber would rcspoctful
ly inform his friends and the public generally that foa
continues to manufacture the above named articles in
all their variety, of which he has always on hand, a good as
sortment for who'esaie and retail at very low pricest
He also keeps on hand, cooking stoves of the most ap
proved patterns for coal and wood.
Job work will continue to receive his particular attention
and be executed with promptness and in a style that will
please the most fastidious.
aug24 R. Y.\ RKRY.no. 8, Main St.
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Perfumery, &c., &c.
J II. ORU1HKACKEK would announco to his
? ft ior.ds and the public generally, that having purchas
ed the interest of the senior partner in the business lately
conducted under the firm of J. Crurabacker 6c Sou, he
will continue tho same at the old stand. No. 176, Main St.,
and would respectfully solicit, and trusts to merlta contin
uance of the patronage so li berally bestowed on tha oldlirm.
He has just returned from the Eastern cities, and is now
opening an extensive and well selected stock or Drugs and
Cliemicals, Perfumery, Fancy articles, Ac., all of which
were purchased -?1er strict personal inspection ar.d with
scrupulous regard <o purity or quality, and are now offered
to the public on tin most reasonable terms. lyr.
GEORGE MENDEL.
IVo 154, ITIniu Street,
WHEELING VA.
IS now receiving a LARGE LOT OF CARPETS, RUGS,
MATS AND MATTING. Also, Table and Floor Ole
Cloths of all widths, and keeps constantly on hand a largl
assortment of Furnature of every description. Gilt and
Mahogany Framed Looking Glasses, Glass Plates, Venltlan
and Transparent Window Kllnds, Blind Trimmings, Clocks
Mahogany Vaneers, Varnish, Haircloth, Curled Hair,
Spring, Sacking Bottons, Brass and Mahogany Stair Rods,
ect. all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. aug*JI
WM. COWDEN
DAGUERREOTYPIST,
RoomiN .56, Monroe street', betuxen the New Hotel and the
? Court House.
Likenesses taken in any required shade, and colored to
represent the living complexion by a new style of coloring
?warranted to never fado. Pictures ot all sites, both sin
file and in groups, put up in plain and fancy cases, at tho
owestprices. Likenesses of children accurately taken.
DAGUERREOTYPE GALLERY.
A. C. PARTRIDGE invites
... _. 'attention to his Daguerean Rooms, and
lilltaiu Apparatus, now the result or years of
experience and close application to tho
art. Confident that he now combines
In his establishment all of the improve,
mcnts which time and proper tests have proven valuable,
he tan promise to produce Likenesses combining all the
beauty and perfection which has yet boon attained by tho
Daguerrcan process.
For the attractive and commodious style in which his
rooms are fitted up, he invites the public to call and exam
i no for themselves. His Cabinet of Specimens are always
open for inspection.
Likenesses taken in all kinds of weather, singly, or in
groups; also, post mortem likenesses taken at short notice.
K3"A well selected stock of materials?Chemicals, plates,
cases, lockets, dec., always on hand and for salo.
ICoonia. No. 3G ITlonroe ?t.. near the Post Office
novlS
Americans, Pntronize lonr Own 2Unnu.
fact urea.
Wheeling Silk Factory.
AMERICAN Silk, manufactured into superior andsub.
stautil articles of the vaiious fabrics now in use at
GILL'S SILK FACTORY? Main Street, Centro Wheel
ing. The curious in such matters are invited to call and see
the process of manufacturing, and those wishing to pur*
chase Silks, wholesale or retail, can be supplied on reason
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. Hciskill's, Wheeling, Va., and at James
Richardson's Furnishing Waro House, No. 110, Main
Street, Cincinnati,O.
Our Fabrics are warrented all pure Silk, and have taken
the HIGHEST PREMIUMS, and gold and silver medals,
at the American Institute, New York, Franklin Institute,
Philadelphia, and Ohio State Fair. We are constantly
manufacturing, and our stock is now large and seasonable,
comprising many varieties?vel vets, satins, vesting*, dress
silks, fringes, cravats, handkerchiefs, of white, black,
plaid, figured and printed, all the newest styles, made of
besttwluedsilk, twilledandplain. Also, shirts, drawers,
and half hose for gentlemen.
Please call and patronize this important branch of Amer
ican manufacture. Ordeisforevery variety olsilksprompt
ly executed.
Merchantable Cocoons and Reeled Silk bought.
JOHN W, G'LL.
New Music Store.
Sign of tlte Grecian Trigonnm, IVo. 19ft
.Tinin Street.
J. FlCKIKSON would resp^tfully an
nounce to the citizens of Wheeling and vi
cinity, that he has just opened a new and
elegant establishment for the sale of Viol ns.
Guitars, Violincellos, Flagolets, Flutes, Fires, Acco dc
ons, Banjos, and Tamborines. Brass Instruments tho
first and best make.
Instruction books for all kinds of Instruments; and for
singing.
Music for the Piano, Guitar, Flute and Violin, also, tho
newest Songs, Duettn, etc., and the very best Roman and
Italian Violin ai*l Guitar Strings.
Claronet*, Reeds, Tuning Forks, also Violin and Guitar
Screws, Violin Finger and Tail Boards.
Bows for Violincelloand Violin.
A. Jtloher's Furniture Polish, for renovating varnished
Furnturc, such as Pianos, Cabinets, Steam Boats or any
rtescrtptious or Furniture.
Also for salo by the Agent for Kleber, Pittsburg Pianos
or the first and best manufacture iu the United States, such
as Nunns and Clark's grand and square Pianos, J. B. Dun
ham's, Halleit and Allen's celebrated Boston Pianos, d-c.
Agent for the make of Carhardt and Needham's Patent
Melodeons.
Accordeons, and all kind of musical instruments repaired
11 e lowest prices. tf.
STEAM MARBLE WORKS,
66 MARKET ST., WHEELING, VA.
THE SUBSCRIBER having made extensive arrange,
montsin the East for the supply or Marble, and con
templating the erection or Steam works, he would Invito
the attention or Architects, Builders, and the public in gen
eral to the inspection or his stock, consisting or Italian,
Egytian, Sienna. American and other Marbles of the finest
qualities, which can be sold lower than any other establish
ment in the west.
Dealers would find it to their advantage to inspect his
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
His work is done in the most elaborate style, and ho
Would invite the attention or purchasers to examine lils
stock or Statuary and other carved work, Monuments, Cen
otaphs, Tombs, Head and foot stones, dec., 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.
Please give me a call and examine my work.
MICHAEL J. ROHAN,
Marble Mason and Vault Builder,
tor Also Calcined Plaster, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster
Casts and Models, and Marietta Grind stones, warranted
at the lowest trade prices. '. . 1 y. d.
New Patent Premium
SAFETY ?AS LAMPS,
AND
Patent Phosgene Gas,
FOR B U ft N I N O IN THE8AMK.
Thi* Lamp, for producing a portable Light, it confidently
recommended a* superior to any other now in we.
THE LIGHT is produced by the burning of an aeriform
Gas, which is emitted in beantiM jets from small per
rorations in Platina.
The Gas lajpne rated as it is used, by the beat of its own
combustion acting on the burner, connected with the liquid
in the Lamp. Thiisitis a perrect and portable apparatus
for creatirg and barbing aeriform Gas.
any other Idnd of Lamp. It requires no cleaning and trim,
niing, as do the Oil and Cainphene Lamps, and burns equally
well, either with or without a glass globe or shade, and per
Ibctly free Trora smoke or odor.
The opinions of the scientific may be learned from the fact
that at the Annual Fair orthe American Institute, in 1846, a
SILVER MEDAL was awarded to the Inventor, and aDi.
ploma to the Manufacture r;and at the same if was pronounc
ed the BEST LIQHT ever exhibited to the Institute.
The above for sale, WboieeafoaDd'Retai 1,b? -
J. K. DUNHAM A CO.
No. Cfl Monroe at., nfcar the Post office
ss*?17 Wheel! ne. Va
j "I4* OR 8A1?K.?JL fine horse. 8 years old. Also?one work
.?*i 8.AVBRY.
WHEELING.
W. STEPHENS. CIIAS. DEATTY. t. W. KHOX.
Wheeling Novelty Works.
STEPHEN*, BHATTY Ac Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OP
SCALES, LOCKS,
LATCHES, COFFEE MILLS, ALL KINDS OF FASTENINGS,
KINOES AND MALEABLE CASTINGS,
Wheeling, Vn.
WANTED.?The highest price will be paid in cash, for
scraps or wrought and CASt iron; copper and brass, at the
Wheeling Novelty Works, Centre Wheeling.
nur25-6ind STEPHENS, BEATTY ? Co.
EVANS & BROTHER,
MARBLE WORKERS,
North end of Creek Bridge, Main Street,
WHEELING, VA.
B3"Monuments,Tomo and Grave stones, in all their
varieties furnished to order. ap21
Strobel &, Bloch,
WholcNnle l>cnlcritin Wine? & I<iquorn,
No. 177 Main Street, in the building formerly known as the
"Columbia House.**
ap2l-tr WHEEHJiG, V A . .
in IJOXbS OKANliKS;
1U 4 Lemons;
1 Bbl. Baryoci Cocoa Nuts;;
15 Bus. Ground Nuts;
20 Bbl. Davis* Butler, Sugar, and Soila Crackers.
Just received and Tor sale by
apgl K. T. BROOKS.
Wheeling Marble Works.
R. BLUM & CO.,
MANDFACTUIIERS ortomb stones, statues, mantle
pieces, table wash stands lor steamboats and hotels,
Qiid ornamental columns, window caps, etc., Tor dwelling
houses, and other buildings. and builders or vaults.
SHOP:?Corner Qnincy and Market Mir rets,
an7-ly Wheeling, Vn.
NOTICE.?All persona indebted to E A Blum are re- ,
quested to settle, and tho^o having claims, to present |
them.
Wilde & Brother
B00KSELLEKS& STATIONERS,
<\7"HOI.IiS.iLE #ii.' Ketail dealers in miscellaneous,
yy medical, theological and school books, stationary.
wall paper and window blind*. Wholesale dealeis, schooh
committees, teachers, and oiliera supplied at the lowest
ratesat the Bookstoic, coiner ol.Vuln and Union streets, |
Wheeling, Va. aP^
Calvin Rice,
PAINl'EK, GLAZIEK, PAPEK HANGER, &c.,
Nil. 132 Main Street,
apt!>-1y WHKHI.IMi.
TOUU &. Ufc-VOL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS J A' |
Boots and. Shoes!
Mens', Ilovs- and Cliitdrens- Leghorn, Canton and Palm
Leaf Hats- dc., at the wel Known s'indorthe
BlacU Ulnmnioth 1'cot
South end of the Ma ket Square.
^ WE are n?w opening an unuou-llf Iar^t atoci .
&Jf a of Spring and Summer Uoot*, Shoe*, Hat* and Cop*,
Flfcl selected with great care; and manufactu'ed at the
"*??bcst workshops of Philadelphia and New England,
expre>sly for our Wholesale and Ketail Trade. To our reg
ular customers <.nd all others who may favor us with a call I
we can offer you Good*, which we guarantee equal inqual.
ity ol materials and workmanship, to tho.*e manufactured I
in this or any part of the United States.
niarl7 TODD & DEVOL.
Baltimore and Ohio Hail Road.
DORSEY, NORTON & KNOX, ,
Receiving & Forwarding Agents,
Corner of ITlouroe and Wnter St*., '
Wheeling, Va.
KLY DORSEY. E. N.NORTON. F. W. KNOX..
HAVING consummated arrangements with our corres
pondents, we are prepared to receipt for goods
lo all parts on the western waters; also to Baltimore, I
Philadelphia. New York and Boston. jan!6-tf
J. W. Robb,
Ch.'tir Mnnufnctnrer. and Denier in Furni
ture,
HAS always on band, at his old established stand,
No. 114 Main St., Wheeling, Va.,
Every variety or chairs, wananted of the best material
and workmanship. He would invite those who may wish
to purchase, to cail and examine his stock or Cabinet Fur-1
nituro, which has been selected by him, expressly for this j
market. It consistsot sotas, bureaus, sprii-c seatchairs,
wash and work stand, wnat-nots, bedsteads of every I
variety, cribs, ottomans, lounges, card, dining and break
fast tables, ?fcc., all of which will be sold at the lowest
rTW. R. believes that an experience or many yeats in
the business, will enable him to give entire satisfaction
to all who may honor him with a call. ? "">rl8
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
Room, No. 4, Washington Hall, Monroe St.,
WHEELING, VA
THE subscriber would ca l the attention of the nubile to
his well selected stock or watches, clocks, jewelry, |
silver ware, and fancy goods, which he is now opening
His stock is composed in part or gold and silver watches,
keys, guards and chains.
Every description of gold jewelry;
Gold, silver, silver plated and common spectacles;
Pure silver table, tea, dessert, sugar, mustard and salt |
spoons, and butter knives;
Plated and German silver forks, spoons, butter knives,
etc. etc.
Port monnaes, pocket cutlery, scissors;
Very fine Tazors, strops, shaving cream, etc.;
Perfumery, combs, brushes and a great var.ety or fancy I
8?Particular attention paid to repairing watches, clocks,
and jeweliy, and engraving handsomely done.
A chare of patronage ta respectfully 8?l?cited. ___TM
apo-dtr C. P. BROW N.
New Wnolesaie Tobacco &tore,|
LOC AN, CARR & Co., are now ready to supply dealers
in the city or country, with Virginia Chewing Tobac,
co, imported and domotic segars, snuff, or all kinus, j
snuffboxes, etc. . , , , . I
They will offer, on the best terms, at their whol??ale store
No. 81 Main street, hetween Quincy nnd Monroe streets, ?
?Y.O boxes 5s nnd Ss lump chewing tobacco;
200 do i lb do do
250 do pound, some very superior;
60 do Dindem nnd dew drop twist:
30 pots yellow bank and amulet fine cut;
20 1/bJ smoking tobacco;
lOOOpaperB do do
200,000 superior segars;
300,000 domestic do
loO boxes chalk pipe3 and pipe heads;
60 gross snuffboxes;
20 do cigar cases, elc., etc.
Dealers are invited to rail and examine our stock. We
are determined to offer inducements equal to any in the
aestern market. ma'
Speed nnd Safety !
WASHINGTON AND WHEELING
TRI-WEEKLY EXPRESS!
THE subscriber has perrertcd his arrangements ror Tun
ning a regular Wagon Line, for tho rapid transmis
sion cf , ^ .
Freight, Packages and Parcels! .
Between the above niantioned, and all intermediate poinla
This wiR be emphatically aS*FK and Sfekdy Act o*mo
dation Link, by which articles, larg?* and small, entruste ^
to it, will be carried speedily and salely. The Proprietor
hopes lo secure a patronage .vbic'j will amply sustain it,
and afford a rair margin ror a living profit.
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
I LEAVF?Wheeling every Monday, Wednesday and
1 Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M.t arriving in Washington at C
I ? LI^AVE^'Washington every Tuesday. Thursday and
| Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M., arriving in Wheeling at 0
1 o'clock, each evening. ??. Ann??i iq=i
OFFICES:-?In Wheeling alter the first or April, lSv3,
on Market Street, abovp Monroe, nearly oppositei -W ash
ingtun Hal.,- andl^h'ngton, In.s
~ 'jTo Country Merchants.
Wholesale Boots and Shoes.
MTI.ALLKNS <V KNOX, have commenced receiving
their Spring and Summor assortment or Hoots, Shoes
ai d Palm Hats. When completed, they do not hesitate t.
sav, thatii will be the largest au I best ever offered in j
^Toomuitry merchants on their way East, especially, an
invitation is extended, to call; assurance being felt, that
upon examination, they will find it to their advantage to
purchase here, instead or the Eastern markets.
Thankrulfor the patronare heretofore extended to them,
theysollcitaAntim-nc. ^ KNQX
Spring and Summer Clothing.
STEPHEN RICE, Merchant TaUor,
ANNOUNCES to his old friends and customers and the
public generally, that having re commenced business.
he is now receiving at his mw Store Room in the SP/UaO
HOUSE. TVate^Str et, a splendid assortment or CLOTHS
or ev'erv color. --otfality, and- variety. Plain and faucy
CASSJMERESt silk. Satin, and all kinds of VESTIXOS,
Ac., recently selected by himself In the Eastern cities,
suitable Tor the Spiing and Summer, and which he will
makeup toorderatthe ihorUst notice, in the best
manner, and 'etewt .tyle, f??cy Depanmenl
embraces Shirts of every kind. Collars. Cravats, Hand,
karehiefs Gloves. Undershirts, Drawers, Stockings, and
everv artic 1 e kePt iu Gentlemen's general furnishinc
Store ir you *ant the le.tfit out lnthe. ily. call at "Heart
Quarters," South room SPklOV HOUSE. Water StTeet.
marl5-tf ? : !
J. R. ANNAN. ?? K'QOniE. F. REYNOLDS
Annan, ]TIa?rmre and Co.,
(late or coumrei-AND, no.)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
No. 67, Main Street,
Wheeling, Va. I
03T Will give prompt attention to consignments. From:
their lone experience in tbe Commitaiou and Forwarding
business,they are prepared to offer facilities eq.al to that
or acvother bouse. jan20
rClnclnnatl Gazette and I/xriavllle Journal copy 3m]
llrinornl nnd Co Pnrtnrr.hip.
SD-HAWBK lias reamve?l his wholesale and retail
. hat awl cap stprelo theaoutii corner of Main and
Union sU , (immediately south or his old stand) and has
associated with birn inbusineaa his son, H. M. Harper, un.
der the name and style ort. Harper & Son.
I.L persons knowipe 1h?ni?lvea indebted to kne are
mMt r"^ly
A'
FOR THfi-iADIES.
WHEELING.
DPRINGOF 1853.
wm. tTselby.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Foreign & Domestic DryGoodi,
No, 117 Main st., West side, between Monroe and
Union sts.
Wheeling, Va.,
IS NOW in receipt oChis Spring stock of Dry Goods
?nd Notions, direct fYom importers and Manuractu
rers. Comprising as complete and desirable a stock 01
goods adapted to the trade oi this scction as can bo fount!
in any hou/e, East or West, to which I would respectlully
invite the attention of retail dealers; consisting ot
dress goods.
In black silks, alpacas, poplins, lawns, de laincs, ging
hams, etc.. with a very large stock of prints, of the best
makes and colors. Also, bonnets, ribbons, linings, and
other trimmings in variety. And or
sikn's wear.
In cloths, cassimers, sattim-tts, merino cassimetes,
jeans, tweeds, and summer cloths; also, Cottonades, Den
nis* blue drills, brown linens, linen drills, nankeens and
Other such goods, a very desirab.e assortment. Also,
men's and boy's palm hats, Leghorn and Can'on hats, solt
wool, brash hats, etc.; with a full stock of linen and cot.
ton bagging, seamless bags, burlaps, table diapers, crash,
drillings, lickings, checks, shirting, stripe*, etc., brown
and bleached muslins; with a good stock of white goods
in tiie
NOTION LINE.
As cambrics, jaconets, Irish linens, laces, threads, but
tons, hosiery, gloves, combs, etc., in all their variety.
My whole *tock will be lound unsurpassed, as well fa
quality and style, as in prices.
mir25 W. T. SELRV.
lVicCLAIiLJiJItfiS <te K.JN OjL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Men nd Hoys' Palm Hats, Band Boxes $c.,
at the well known stand
of the
BIG RcD BOOT.
-TTTK are now recelvlngfrom our Eastern Manufacturing
} V Kstabl: aliments, oneoi the largest and best manufr.c
tuved assortment oflJoots and Shoes, Tor Sprii g& Summer
?wear, eve:* offered! iii this or any other market. They have
been niauufuctu'ed to o. do<*, according to our own direc
tions, and a'c intended expressly for retailing. Tooui
tegular customers, and ail others who may favor us with a
call, we can offer an unusually large variety or Roots and
Shoes, which weguarantee equal in quality or material and
workmanship to those maunfactu<ed in this or any part o
the United States. Our stock will be round to consist, ii.
part, or the rollowingseasonable goods:
NO. 187.
WOMFN'3 OAITFRS, HALF MEN'S TOOTS.
uaitfrs and jkn.ntj 1,500 men's call boots,
I.1NDS. 1,000 men's goat boots,
200 pr women8 gaiters, 1,000 pr men's kip boots,
100 do half gaiters, 1,000 men's buff and seal do
>00 do walking shoes, men's brooIks.
">00 do pegged buskins, 1,000 men's cair brogans,
-300 do kid buskins, slip l,000goat brogans,
pers and Jenny Linds. 1,500 ldp do
A Iso, an asso! tmcnt or GOO buff and seal boots,
CHILDREN'S DOOTEES. 1,000 do thick do
1,000 pr Taney booteas, boyh' doot<.
2,000 kid moyocco " 500 pair boys call boots,
1,500 children's peg'd44 700 do kip do
lOOchildren's goat 44 300 do thick do
misses dootees and 200 do seal do
BCSKINB. YOUTH' nOOTS.
500 misses morocco lace, 500 pr youths cair boots,
300 do kip do 300 do kip do
300 do cair do 200 do thick d??
300 do kid and mo- . nova and youths nuou an*.
rocco buskins t,000pr boys kip brogans,
150 do black, bine, and 500 do cair do
bronzed gaiters, 500 do 'thick do
OHM SHOES. WOMFN'S LaCF BOOTS.
1500 pairs men's gum shoes. 1,500 goat lace boots,
1000 do Mrs. do do 1,000cair do
800 do Misses do do 500 1 id do
KENS AND BOYf PALM HATS. BOO kip do
1500 doz. mens' and bo; 8' band boxes.
straw hats, the largest 'as. 1200 Rand boxes, superior
sorcment ever brought in- quality.
to the city,
French Root and Shoe kit. Lace leather ror sewing bells
&c., 2 * doz Deer Skins, 50 sides alum tanned Cowhides
Tlianklul for the libera] paiionage heretofore extended to
us, wo solicit a continuancc of the same.
marl Mt CLAH.F.NS & KNOX
1853"
ADAMS & CO'S
EXPRESS NOTICE.
New arrangement* between Wheeling, Baltimore, Philadel
TP hi a, New YorJc, Boston and the East.
HE public aie respectlully imormed that we have
made arrangementsjiy which we shall run a
Daily JEx press
From Raltimore to "Wheeling, via Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad, and connecting at Raltimore with our Great
Eastern Express, to and fiu-m all the Cities and Towns of
the Eastern and Middle States. We are now prepared to
forward by this route, all descriptions oriight and valua
b!e Goodtt*. Fackagos, Rank Rills, Specie, Jewelry, ?&c., at
mill Speed, in charge ol careful Messengors.
Express for Raltimore and the East, will leave WHEEL
IN G daily, at 8 o'ciock, A. M. leave BALT1MCRE
daily, at7, P. M.
Merchants and others, are respectfully solicited to ordei
their Goods through Adams Go's Express.
aplc-ir . ADAMS CO.
OFFICE:?Market Street, McLure House.
L. E. FORSYTH, Agent.
W- r. COPLAN. J. B. keys.
Wm. F. Coplan & J. B. Keys.
Forwarding AgentHnud
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
"WHEELING, VA.
D3"A re prepared to Forward Merchandise, and Pro.
duce, by Railroad and Steamboat, without delay.
REFER TO?Samuel Neal, Wheeling, Va.
44 J. Taylor 4*Son, Raltimore, Md.t;
44 Taylor <$- Keys,
44 Kirkland, Chase dc Co., 44
44 Albeit ir Brother, 44
44 J. P. Pleasant 4- Son, 44
44 Keys, Maltby tfc Co., Cincinnati], Ohio.
44 J. F. Torrence, 44 44
44 Pearson 4-Davis, 44 44
44 S. T. Curd 4- Co., Louisville, Ky.
S. \V. Push,
44 George \V. Philiips, Madison, Ind.
fcb22 ,
Special Notice.
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
vv littling to Cleorlandin Twelve IJjura,
VTA
CLEVELAND AND 1TTS BURGH RAILROAD,
FROM WKL.LSV1L1.R
Jn conttecticn with the splendid tide-wheel steamer*
Winchester and Diurnal.
The steamer WINCHES
TER, Capt. Geo. 1>. Jloore,
'eaves Wheeling on Mm
lays, Wrdne3daysand Fri-i
, . iiu iiie steamer DIURNAL, Capt. l*no?. u. Cal
hoon, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'
clock, a. m. precisely, and reach Wellsvilte in time to
connnct with the
Express Tr in of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
Railroad, for Cleveland.
The above steamers connect at wheeling with the
HALTImORE & OHlU KALLROAD;
?WITH TIIE?
VmOIVLINEOF STEAMERS
FROM locisville;
And the regular packets rrom Marietta and Parkersburg.
Passengers are ticketed through from "Wheeling, Steu
henville, and intermediate landings between Wheeling and
WellsvMle, to Cleveland.
The Clev- land and Pittsburgh Railroad connects at
C ivcland with the
' Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati Railroad,
and the
Toledo, Nortealk and Cleveland Railroad.
For the South and West, with the
LAKE SHORE RAILROAD,
FOR TIIE EAST.
Passengers for Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Detroit,
Chicago, Racine, Milwaukie, or tie Great Wes'; for Buff
alo, Niagara Falls, Albany or Boston; for New York, via
New York and Erie, or New York Central Railroad Line,
.will find this a cheap, expeditious, comfortable, and pleas
ant route.
Returning.
Regular connections are made at Cleveland with the
above Railroads, and at WelUville with the above lamed
Steamers.
S. C. RAKER & CO., Agents, "Wheeling.
ALEX. DOYLE, Agent, Steubenville.
J. DO RAND, Superintendant.
. feb23-'53 C. 6e P. R.R., Cleveland.
Notice to Housekeepers.
NKWCABFET8AT BKDDCKU l'KICEM.
1 f* f\r\r\ YARDS of Carpets at No. 143, Main street
lU.UUU The Subscriber respectfully informs bis cu#
turners and the public generally, that he has just returned
from the east, and is now receiving the largest, best, an^
most beautiful stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, etc. etc
ever offered in this city, embracing almost every variety?
style and quality that can be found in the Eastern market*
from the finest English Yelvets down to a common Rag cat
pet. This stock has been selected with great care, and pu*
chascd under the most favorable circumstances, .which wil
enable me to sell them much lower than the same quality ? -
~oods were ever ttold in this city. Those in -want of good
in iny line, will please call and select rrom jny stock orove
16,'JOO yards, with 150 different patterns, varying in pric
roni 12?c.to ?2peryard.
?tH J. Q..HARROPR. no. 143. Main st.
MpLURE HOUSE,
JAMES CARROLL, PROPRIETOR.
WHEELING, VA.
HAS been recently completril at n cost of over $100,0f>
and rurnisbed in the very best style. It contains a ?
the appliances fn'us*In the best Eastern Hotels, arid'i?
calculated in all/respects ror a first class House.
The Proprietor havlrig been engaged heretofOreln one ?
the beat Eastern Hotelaisdetermined to accomftiodate hi'
patrons in a style inferior to none west or east* and res
{^IMy^dtsttefrfavor:- a-:. fftb&tl-/
F1,
NE and coarse Sponge?extra fine?just opened at
ap26 VO WELL'S drugstore,** Union si.
BALTIMORE.
Odd Velloirs, Moionfl, Bed 31.cn, dons o<
Temperance,
And other Society Regalia,
Banners, Seals and Jewels, manufactured and sold
by Oibbs Smith, No. 73 Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Aid.
THE asortment usually on hand consists or
REGALIA.
Odd Fellow*?Grand and Subordinate Lodge and JKn
' canipment. '
* Past Grand and other Officers, plain and
4 1 embroidered.
, * 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 6th Degree Parade He
' 4 gall as.
* ' Pichly embroidered Encampment Farad
Regalias.
Masonic?Knights Templar, Royal Arch, and Master.
4 Jewels, Robes, Banners, Swords, Ac.
Sons of Temperance?National, Grand and Subordinate
Divisions?Officers and Members.
Fed Men?Sachems, Past Officers, and richly embroidered
3d Degree Working and Parade Regalia.
JEWELS
Of the various Orders, of Silver, Gilt or Plated Metals,
deluding Knights Templar, (with Uiiks.)
BANNERS.
Banners or every sire, style and cost, adapted to the va
rious Orders and Societies, manufactured to order; and De
signs Tor Banners, when required, furnished free of ex
pense, showing the styio of the same when finished. Also
ROBES, SASHES, COSTUMES, CAPS. &c.
Comprising the largest asortmentto be found in the U. S.
LODGES, ENCAMPMENTS, DIVISIONS AND
TRIBES;
Wishing to fit up their Halls, or supply themselves with
Parade or Working Regalia, Banners, dec., can depend op.
on having their orders satisfactoi ily filled, by calling on or
addressing GIBBS & SMITH.
Regalia and Banner Manufacturers, 73 Baltimore Street,
Haiti more, Md.
Itr (r. T. PRY. Agei:.*J* vVhee'ing. Va. oct6-tr
Go-Partner snip.
I HAVE this day associated with me in business) Mr.
O. A. 2A2i K, late of Wheeling, Va
Haiti mo i c, Feb. 1st, 1S53. MICHAEL HERR.
THE subscribers having connected themselves, undrr
?lie firm ot Mtenael Hkrii Co., will transact the com
n isson business lor the sale of Produce. Provisions, 4-c..
;?t Nos. 83 and 9?l Spear's vv htiT, and at Uct r'S D?*pot, ad
joining Calvert Station. North St.
They respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends,
giving assurance of their brstattentio.. to all consignments
upon which advances will bj made w?en required.
AllCdAKL HERR;
Baltimore, Feb. 1st, 1833. O. A.2ANE
felt 10
tl. R. W. ALNUTT. R. 11. LOVE. C. y. MARTIN.
Love, martin & Go.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
BALTIMORE, MD.,
No. 5, Exchange 1'Iacc.
Agents for the sale of Bacon, tork, Lard, Butter, Hour,
Whisky and Western Produce generally.
POSSESSING ample means and every facility for doing
business, in a satisfactory maimer, they respectfully so
licit a share o* the patronage of those requiring an Agent, in
this Market. Particular attention is given to the purchase
ot Groceries for Western account.
Refer to,
Baltimore Bankers and Merchants, generally.
J). Lamb, Esq., Cashier North Western Bank, Wheeling.
8. Brady, 44 Merchants Mechanics, "
John List, " Farmers <fc Manufacturers, "
J C. Tollman, ?? Branch Stato Kai.k CiO , Bridge,
port.
J. H. Forsyth, Wheeling, Va
Lewi8 Bayha, 44
James R J.'aker, 44
W. W. Shriver, 44
Aaron Kelly, "
John R. Morrow, 44
Sep. 1G. .
Gwyn &. Reid,
Importer* and Jobbersof Dry Goods.
iVo. 7 Hanover Streets
BALTIMORE, Md.
OFFER for sale, on the most favorable terms, a
choice and select stock of Stalpe and Fancy Dry Goons..
to which they i espectrully invite the attention of tl c trade
generally. m*v2G-?Hr
ALEX. PKNN. RICH'D D. MITCHELL.
PENN & MITCHELL,
TOBACCO AND
General Commission Merchants.
No. 67 South Gay Street;
Baltimore.
references:
Dan'ISprigg, cashier Merchants' Bank, Baltimore.
Miller, Mayhew 4* Co. do
Love, Martin Co. do
Thos. J. Carson ?$- Co. do
Pollard, Bird Co. do
James R. Baker, Wheeling.
W. W. Shriver, do
Forsyths' <$- Hopkins, do
RhodesOgilbey, Bridgeport.
Holloway 4* PVarfield, do Janl7:lyd
?r. bklt. R. c. OOWJE.
BELT & BOWIE,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL
Produce Commission Merchants,
I Ellicott Street, Baltimore.
REFERENCES:
Hon Thomas G. Pratt, Ex-Gov. and U S Senator ofAfd.
Hon John Glenn, Judge Circuit Court U S for Md.
Daniel Sprigs, Esq., Cash'r Merchants B'k?Baltimore.
Aguilla liiies, Esq. 4 Franklin - do
Trueman Cross, Esq. ' Com. ?$? Far. B'k do
Duvall, Rogers &? Co. do
Fitxgei ald 4* Magruder, do
Lons if Byrri, do
Webb. Rowland 4- Co.?Louisville.
Forsyths ^'Hopkins?Wheeling.
James R. Baker. do (JanS9
L. W. GOSNELL. J. L. BUCK GoSNELL.
It. W. GOSNELL & SON,
COMMISSION ME RCHANTS,
For the sale of all kinds of
COIKTKY lMCOlUJCE,
71 Bowu's Wharf, (South St.),
BALTIMORE.
REFERENCES:
C. Brooks. Pres'tWestern Bank, ")
J. D. Early. Esq. ^Baltimore.
3filler. A/ayhew 4- Co. J
Wiii.J. Felby,
John Goshorn 4* Son. >Wheeling.
Jacob Senseny. )
A.J. Wheeler, ")
R. B. Bowler, >Cincinnati.
liruce, 3/organ 4>Co. J
Webb. Ro:ai;d 4* Co. )
W. c. Brooks. 4?co >Louisville.
J. S. Afo>eheid, J
Jesse Hook. Waynrsburg, Pa. [Jan26
TABB, SHIPLEY 8c CO.
Flour u u <1 ? ii e r xi I Produce
COMMISSION* MERCHANTS,
51 Light Street, Baltimore.
REFEUE.XCES:
C C Jamison. Esq, Cashier Bank of Baltimore.
1) Sprigg, Esq. Cashier AJei chants' Bank.
Tri.emau Cross, Esq, I'ashiei Com. & Farmers' Bank.
Mersrs Green way dc Co. tta-ikeis, Baltimoie.
" John Sullivan <St Son*, ??
" R C Baker Cc Co, Wheeling.
Mr Jas R Baker, "
Mr E B Swearingcn, 44
OUfCaKhadvances made on consignments. decG
JOSEPH GIST, JOHN M. WELLS,
Of WclUburg, Va. Of Wdlsburr, Va,
GIST & WELLS,
Produce Commission Merchants,
Nb. 39 South Howard Street,
BALTIMORE.
ttyParticular attention paid to the sale ol Flour and
other Produce, 'with prompt leturns.' Advances made on
consignments.
rkftrences :
Brooks, Tibballs 4* Fulton, Baltimore.
Cole if Howard, do
Brooks, Son 4* Co. do
SlinglufT. En*ey 4- Co. do
Brown 4* Kirkpatrick, Pittsburgh.
James Daizell. do
Dr. J. C. Campbell, Wheeling. (Jar?6
Baltimore Piano Forte IT1 an a factory.
J J. WISE d: BROTHER, n.anufactuier>ot HouJoir,
? Grand and Square Pianos, request the special atten
tion of female performers, to a late and important im?
proveraent in the tooch or the piano. By this invention
the keys or the same piano can be regulated to bard or
sorr touch, so as to suit the exact elastic strength of the
fingers, it being well lumvn lo every performe*, that the
touch is of the first great importance, it >veie vain to talk
or fine tone if the keys are not susceptible of aftee and
elestic movement, otherwise, the inbereut qualities of the
instrument will remain uuknown. Those who would
avail themselves of the best possible means of playing the
piano, should not fail to give this invention atiial.
See business circulars, which may be had free of post,
age, by addressing manufacturers.
J. J. WISE? BROTHER.
martG Baltimore.
Fine Goods for Gentlemen'a^Wear.
Cowan1. Tailoring and Furni.binK Store,
No. 167 Baltimore St.. opposite the Museum.
BALTIMORE,
HAVING on hand ? Urge and v.ried .Mortrnent of
spring and summcrgoods, wo TMp?lOlUjr Invite th.
order of our Wheeling friends, ??suring them that tbejr
shall receive prompt ahd eareltil attention. .
Should our .election* of ? fancy (rood. W1 to meet th.
tMte or our customers, the articles mar h. returned, st
our risk and cost, as the constant almofthls establishment
will be to give ^aUsfaction in e.erjr case.
mar^fe-3^i ^
Stein & Brother,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHING,
Tio, 318 Baltimore Street. Seheeen Howard and Liberty St*.
mar28-3m BALTIMORE.
REVERB HOUSE.
BY
jr. A. HEEBl/VINeSBi
ADJOmiXQ th* DrroT,
m?r28 Cumberland; Md.

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