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BOOK AND JOB OFFICE.
Till undersigned take tileoccasion to remind thel r Mends
and the public generally, ibatln connection with the office
of the Daily Intelligencer, the/have a Job Office expressly
tted up tor i be execution of all kinds or
VI. AWN AND OBKAHE5ITAL PBIKTIIfO.
Their materials being moally new, and embracing the la
test styles of Job *ype, and their large and well selected
Ice to their customers entire satisfaction, ss regards the
>rn!acM, Aocaracr and Promptness,
with which tbelr work will be done.
Tiiey are prepared toexecute
I-asels, Coxceet Bills,
Bill Heads, Ball Ticrets.
fttLLI Lading, Steamboat Kills,
HukCsicu, Auction Bills,
Order Booe?. iieatTickbts,
Deeds, Frriout Books,
Notes, Kailroad Blares,
Kscurrs, Hotel Hssistsss,
Uaisrs, Klectjok Tickets,
And every other description or letterpressPrintlng. Also
illklnds uf work in
03-A11 orders from s distance promptly sttended to.
SWBAR1NGKN & TAVLOK.
Apollo Building, XT. W. cor. 5th & Walnut,
THE attention or the public is respect fully called to tke
superior facilities affo? iled at this Institution, for qua
lifying individuals in a the rough practical rnauuer for tli
counting room and business pursuits.
Instruction?Book-keeping byDouble Entry.?A complete
riractical course of Instruction is given in the art of keep
ng scientifically Double Entry Books in the different de
partments or trade, commerce and manufactures, compre
hending the forms In use among the most eminent establish
menis engaged Individually or partnership iu business,
whether prosperous or adverse} in the purchase and sale of
merchandise at wholesale and retail, imj ortingand export
ing on theirownaccount, ou commission or on joint specu
lation, including speculationsin stocks, real estate, &cM
will: steainboating, bank insurance, railroad, and books 01
joint stock and chartered associations generally.
Commercial calculations embrace every variety of com
putat ons pertaining to business operations, being taught
according to the most approved methods?Interest, Dis
count Equations, arbitration of Exchanges. Ac.
MrrcantilcCorrespondence?Such exercises are introduc
ed ou this subject are calculated to impress business
habit* and agenuine busines* style or correspondence upon
tin mind of the student as well as familiarize him with
cominettial technicalities and phraseology, including pro
forma Invoices, Account sa'es, bills of exchange, &c.
Practical Penmanship.?One hour is devoted in teaching
a systematic stylo-of bus!neai writing, combining freedom
with a thorough command or baud and pen, accuracy and
elegance with ease and rapidity, andperlect legibility with
beauty or construction.
Commercial haw ?ud Political Economy.?Daily Lec
tuies are given on these important topics, as connccted
with the avocations of the merchant in the operations or
commerce, and practical workings of trade, embracing the
nubject or Partnership, principal and agent, negotiable in
struments, sales, debts, guarantees, etc.; also on the laws
uf wealth, currency, roreign and domestic exchanges, cred
it, profit, interest, inter-uationalliade, &c.
The course can be completed in from eight to twelve
Inst ruction beiug given individually,applicants can enter
at any timo.
A knowledge or the ordinary English branches is all the
requisite preparatory quailficatforis.
The business acquaintance or the Principal enables him
to t ender a*sistance to those wishing to procure situations
Good board can be obtained in the city at $2,GO to
Diplomas ucder seal are awarded the graduates
TERMS/?For partial course, books, s ationery, ?5-c., in
For fuU course, books, stationery. Diploma, inclu
sive. &O-00. JOHN GUNDRY,
janS'53?1yd ? Principal.
Cinoinnati Wholesale Paper
\\TE offer fbr sale a.well selected stock of PAPER
\y CARDS and PRINTING INK, ROOK HINDERS'
LEATHER, aud every description ol PAPER-MAKEKS*
Having been the first, by several years, to establish i n the
West a Paper business completo in all its parts, we have
formed permanent connections with the best manuractu
rers iu this country, and receive cur supplies directly front
them. The prices and terms we now ofTer are as favora
ble as the same goods can be purchased tor in the Eastern
We have the exclusive agency for tha superior WRIT*
1NG PAPERS manufactured by PLANTER SMITH,
OWEN <& HURLBUT, and theCAREW COMPANY, be
ingthe highest grades of Writing Papers made in this
Onr stock embrices every description of Paper used In
!>ie West. We have but one uniform price to all. Orders !
by mail will be tilled at. the same prices as if bought sn I
per *on. Samples will be sent by mail free of cost.
nus21. BUTLER dc BROTHER,
Wholesale Paper Dealers,
27 Pearl Street.
E.O. ?OttD3IAN A' CO.
Paper, Cards, Card Boards, Ink,
BLEACHIKO powders, felting, wire cloth, Ac.
Pearl Street, Cincinnati, O.
AMONG their stock, maybe found WRITING, AND
ft LANK BOOK PAPER, the laigest assortment in
tlM West, orevery description.
Printing Paper, all sites. Eng. & Amer. Tissue Paper.
Hook " " Copying ."
Col'd. MediumA D'ble. Med. Blotting ??
Ass'd. " " Filtering ???
Envelope. Druggist "
Plate and Lithopraph. Marble 41
Main :1a, genuine. Glazedand Gilt "
Hardware Paper. Cloth "
Hani " Card
Match Bo* "I Rooting Paper, prepared and
Tea " nnprepored.
Hlioe *4 Wrapping Paper, all sizes.
Dry Goods " Tobacco 44 44 44
En velopes of every description, die. Ac.
Perforated, Binders', Bonnet, Press and .Straw Boards.
Also, Agent for Lightbody's Superior Printino Ihk,
Rouk, a!<d Cnt.oRED Ink, Ac.
Cards, and Card Boards*
Extra Pearl Paced Cards.
Extra People's 44
Satis Surfaced Card Boards.
Printers* , 44
Satis Enameled m
Pearl Surfaced Colored Card Boards.
rite above Cards autl Card Boards, are manufactured ex
pressly for ourselves, andareofa most beautiful surfaceand
fiinsli; they do not peel in working, and are afTorded at a
lower rale, than any Cards heretofore offered in this mar
ket , and as low as they can be purchased in the East.
CO" Dealer sand consumers in Paper and Cards, are res
pecrully invited to examine our stock. A11 our goods are
received direct from manufacturers, which enables us to
sell as low, if not lower, than any other house in the West.
OCT"Paper made to order.
W. H RISK ELL 4c Co. have associated E. B. SWEA
_ ? RINGKN.Jr.,with them asa partner.the partnership
commencing on the 10th ins:. The style of the Arm -will be
HFl??KKf.Ld? * O. jan!7
?i Lk Herring;
III L?> Herring;
iU 101) Hage dairy Salt)
AO,000 Common Ciga
Cigars for sale low hv
JOHN R. MORROW.
I, F yoa are troubled with a cough; pain in the breast or
any affection ol the Lungs?Use Brentlinger's Com
pound Syrcp of Boneset.
If you are afflicted with- Rheumatism, have received
bruises or sprains, or vour bauds or feet are frostbitten'
or chapped?Use the Berger or Spine and Muscle Lini
Should you be affected with Scrotal*, or any disease
arising from impurity of tn* blood, or tta injudicious use
of mercury, by all means ptocure Brentltager's Fluid Ex
. tract of r.arsaparills and Pandelion.
These remedies have been tried by hundreds, and in a!l
cases have given satisfactory evidence of their superior
efficacy over evei^r other medicine in the cure of these
complaints, ror which they are recommended.
To be had at
RRENTLINOER if ARMSTRONG'S
Apothecary, Monroe street,adjoining the McLure House,
AND COACH TRIMMING.
JUST opened, a large assortment ol Soldier's Hardware
and Coach Trimming-, Coach ard Leather Varnish,
Boot Bows, Hubbs. Spokes, Fellows. Carriage ami Tire
Bolts, Malleable Irons, Patent and Enamelled Leather,
tuid ever,tiling used by the trade, to which I i n cite the at
tention ortbepublic. JOHN KNOTK,
t',mal3 Old Stan.l. ir-T.Main
TWILL sell one of mytbre? Confectioneries, at a bar.
gain, not being able to attend to all three as thejr should
be. Tertsa made easy.
-enl T. St. PABKKH.
OIIN H. THOMPSON, 31 Monroe street baa on band
a full assortment of Jiooks used Irf the schools or the
city ami country, and will b? pleased to Supply at the low
... tho?e who lirrll taTorhtm with a call. am29
1 r\ ? -i?XB super, carb. Hoda. lor sale low by
J'J ? IAVK? B?KKH
HOUEKKKHlftlO QUO US.
WB haie just received a g?at rarletr of Housekeep
ing and Siipje Goods, of /it very best quality,
such aa? ? r
irinnt IM and 18-4 damask Tjftlp cloths for exten
.1 .mod tables: ?
^)amaak Table Cloths, in aU^tena*
?njl Momdooi) Rbcettagsi
X? LO&AN, CABR * CO.
great"jure for dyspepsia
Fourth Stomach or the Ox,
alter the diiections of 11*
' roll Lieblg, the great Pbyai
oloalcal Chemist, by J. S.
Hocohtox, M. D., Phila
Thla la UiTO*K'? own
RaKXDT for an unhealthy
'stomach. No art or man
can equal Itacurative power*. It contains uo alcohol.
HtraS, AaStbT Nad.xod. Dallas. It Is ???W
agreeable to tbe taste, and may be taken by
feeble patients who cannot eat a water cracker wj'hout
acute distress. Bewaro ofDauouKD Imitatioh*. Pepsin
bin's Animal Chemistry; lir. ComDes
xeStion; Ur. Forelra on Food and DieM Dr. John *. Dra
per. or Hew York Unlveraitjri Fror.lhiiigUwn'sPhnilo.
ayj Pror. Sillimau, or Vale Collegcl Dr. l^l^enter a I'J*!?
fology} etc., together with repoitt of cubm from all parts
of the United States. . Wm.-wTivr
1. H. PATTERSON, 33 Monroe street. WHhKI.lNO,
Wholesale and Retail-Icent. ' mar26-<l?wty
17 , Hair PireiKechclle Urniidy;
1U SO i do do do
SO | do do do*
61 do OtardCognao do'
101 do do do do;
o i do Pinet do do
101 do do do do
6 casks Cherry Wine*
6 do Mcdalry do
10 do Port do
A do Port Juice?
3 Pipes Holland Gin;
190gallons Irish Whisky;! -
20 barrels Old Monongahela \V luskyj
20 do Kye do
20 do Jlurbon do
200 do Jamaica Spirits;
200 do New England Rum;
300 do 'Cherry lirandy;
100 do Lavauder do
200 do Ginger do
20O do blackberry do
6 casks White Wine;
3 do Claret;
2 do Rhenish "Wine, 1846;
40 dozen Scotch .Ale;
Cordials of all kinds?Just received and for^aate by
dec 10 BECKER, WEILLER & PRANZHK1M
To Country Merchants.
MR.S.S. KNOX having withdrawn from the ftrmol
McClaHen, Knox & Co., the remaining partners liayo
associated with them Mr. Chester D. Knox, (brother of 8.
S. Knox,) so long and favorably known in the trading public
?assuming the style of McCIallens and Knox.
They would respectfully inform their old custDmers (who
have so long and liberally sustained them) and all[ otherdeal*
ers In Boots and Shoes, that their Pall Stock will be arriv
ing from the 10th to the last or September.
Ifavingbeen selected with thegjeatest-care and boughl
Tor cash, they flatter themselves that in their Fall Stock of
Boots aud Shoes they can hold out inducements in quality
and prices superior to any ever offered in the market. lo
Country Merchants on their way east, they would be pleas,
ed to exhibit their stock, and post them in prices, fearlessly
challenginga comparison with the nwketsofBaBi more and
Philadelphia. fsep?1 McCLALLENS KftOA
Notice of fartnersiiip.
THE business of the late firm of Warden & Edwards,
will be continued by the undersigned, at the old stand on
Mair. street, under tbe firm name of Edwards + Warden;
James W. Warden havii.g purchased the interest ol Ja
cob M. Warden.
Wheeling, December 1, EDWAH?R, Jr.,
dec4-tf JAS. w . WARDEN.
HERE lanl again with a tremendous stock or Cloths,
Cassineiet, Vcstings, Ac, all to make uptosuitcus.
tomers, at thf lowest rates or prices, and best style or work
inanship. [ocn] A. M. ADAMH.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
THE Partnership heretofore subsisting between tne un
dersigned, under the firm name of Warden & Kdwanls,
has been this day dissolved by mutnal consent- Jacob M.
Warden Us sold his intereatto James W. Warden. All
(?ersons indebted lo said late firm are requested to settle
and adjust their debts with Jacob M. Warden.
Wheeling, December 1.1862.^ ^ WARDEN,
dro4?tf MICHAEL KDWARllS. Jx.
Planished Tin Ware.
JUST opened,an assortment of splendid Planished Ware,
consisting or coffee and Tea Urns, chafing llishes. Oys
ter Stewers, Vegetable Dishes, Dish Covers, Teapot*, hga
coolers, Stonuch warmers, mid painted 'I'oilet acts? a
beautilularticle.' We respectfully solicit the atltnlion ol
the public to our varied ai.d beautilul assortn.ent of House
and Steam Boat furnishing goods
ItOIIHS, BARNES <St CO,
NoSS, Monroe St, near the Post Office,
novlO Wheeling, Va
WD. MOTTE has associated with him as a partner,
. his brother.!. W. MOTTE, the partnership com
mencingon the Itth inst The style of the firm will be
W. D. MOTTE it; BROTHER. [feblo
ALL persons indebted to W. D. Jlorrnre requested to
call and settlo their accounts immediately.
leblS W. 1>. .MOTTE.
THE undersigned have entered into partnership, Tor the
purpose of carrying on the wholesale tobacco business,
under the firm of Logan, Carr & Co.
LLO i I) LOCiAo,
JOS. G. BAKER,
v- mar30 H. H. CARR.
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Ac.
JER'H. B. SHEPPARD would respectfully In
form his friends and the public, that he has re
mm imoved his estab'ishment to No. 131, Main Street,
corner of Union, where will be found constantly on hand,
a large and well selected assorimt nt of all articles in his
line, consisting of *nddles, llridlc?, Harness,
lrou framenml Wood box 1 mnk?. Valises,
Carpet lingi,, Scotch Upper and Hog ultta
Collar*, 11 tunes, Whip*, Arc., c^r., Arc.
A/ of which are manufactured by competent workmen,
Oftbebest materials, and will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH.
Tho?e desiring to purchase are requested to call and ex
amine for themselves at
apl2-yrd. No. 131, Main st. Wheeling, Va.
.Tobacco and Cigars!
WMLAUCHLIN, No lu2 Main street, nas among his
large assortment the following articlfs?
1C0O Consucllo cigara;
10*10 LaEIoisa 4
1000 El Salvadf ?
1000 Kl Dorado ?
2000 LaProleocion cigars;
1000 Prunclca 4
100<l Floiea Habbaua 4
o Boxes twin brothers tobacco;
6 * Virginia 4
cn COILS Manilla ropc.ass'Usi?s,at Pittsburgh prices;
cJU 20 do tarred hemp * do do
15 do un tar red 4 do do
22 reels Packing Yarn;
1 do Italian hemp Packing Yarn;
>t0 dozsn Bed cords and Plough line*;
600 lb<? Broom Twine;
1000 lbosup'r cotton Seine T wire t
10 reels hemp Bed cord;
70 bales Oakum;
10 bris Pitch and Rosin;
A general assortmert. comprising Blocks, Hooks and
Thimbles, Anchors,Caulking mallets and chisels, Lard Oil,
Mops. Caulking cotton and tow, etc.
CHAR. H. BERRY,
d ?tf Corner Union and Water St*.
inn HHDrt. N. O.Sugar;
1UU 250 bbls. N. O, Molasses;
100 bags Hio coffee;
0 tierces rice:
60 haifchests Y H. G P. Imp. and black teas;
40 caltys 11,1 4 4 4
16 boxes is, 10s, and 5 plug tobacco;
20 kegs Virginia twist;
10 bags pepper;
SO boxes ground pepper;
6 bags pimento;
1 bbl. nutmegs;
1 case Carnca indigo;
1 bbl. cloves;
1 cask Levy, Garrett rtt Kor.'s Scotch snuff;
60 bbls. No. 3 large mackeral;
25 * 4 4 mcd. 4
2? 4 4 ? smalt ?
60 hair bbls. No. 3 4 *
10 quarters *4 1 4
10 4 4 2 4
20 kitts 4 1 ?
6 drums cod fish.
Received and Tor sale by
ap27 DON LOS rtt MAXWELL.*;
AM. ADAMS has removed his CLOTHING STORK
? to the large Ware Rooms on Water stieet, second
door below Monroe, street, where his customers will find,
as usual, an excellent assortment orseasouable clothing, at
the cheapest rates. ap5
Bound to Shave!
DK JAQUES LKCOULTRE'S celebrated warranted
Razors. They shave with the greatest ease, and are
the best ever brought to this market. Just receved at
C. ?- BROWN'S
19 New Jewelry Store, Washington
The Oil of Grape Vine.h
rpHlS Oilis e result of twenty years' in vestigatum
JL French 2ian, and is now extensively used In
Frai ce. both orta e purpose of keeping the hair glossy, and
restoringit in bald places.
Tills Oil is particularly recommended, as it willrendet
the Hair soft, glossy, and pliable, besides making it abou*
two shades darker.
Prepared only by Dr. Fontain, Parts, Suets per. bottle.
Fnr*-l* br J B VOWELL. 24 Unionut
Groceries at Wholesale.
F\f\C\ HBI'S. MOI.ASSES;
JUU 30ii b igM Rio Coffee,
60 prckets Ligujrra coffee;
60 ' Old Java 4
GO boxes cavendish tobacco;
50 kegsCtw. *
10 bbl*. cut and dry *
50 boxes Stewart's N.Y. candies;|
160 hhds. sugar;
30 bbls. Lovering's refined sugar;
10 hhds. Louisiana 4 "
50 hr. ch. Y. H. G. P. and Imp. teas.
60 catty boxes ?
30 tierces ri^e; ,
20 boxes white pipes;
6\ 4 Colga re's fancy soaps;
Together with a full assortment or Family Groceries,
including Spices, Fruits, Dye-stuffs, Fish, etc., etc., for
-sale at wholesale, by
ma3 No. 69 Main street.
J A D. BATH A have removed to their new and spa-r
? ciors brick buildings, 1 Market Street, where they
manufacture and keep on band.
TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE,
And keep for sale Japau Ware and Houehold Furnishing
/lardware. 4.*o the latest styles or Cooking Stove*, all o>
which tnev will sell Wholesale and Retail at the the l#vrt?
market prices. Their old customers and. the public tr
aliy dre invited to call aud examine their stock. Ertrr i
description of articles iu their Urn* promptly made to or
The Nonpareil Nerve and Bone
PREPARED BY H. H. CARK & CO., FROM
A PRESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY DR.
WATSON CARR, UF WHEELING,
LATE OF MORGANTOWN.
It is based upon th? broad principle the t any remedy which
will relieve an external pain, will, if properly com
pounded, be equally successful in removing inter
nal affections) a potior which U beaui/ully
developed in ami peculiar to the
Fare you suffering
ROM Rheumatism, Sore Throat, Croup, Difficult
breathing. Tooth-Ache, Tic Dotorcux, Pain In tl;o
breast or Side, strain or Spasm, Head-Ache. inflamma
tion, Stiff Joints, Cuts, Bruises, Poison Sores, Fever Sores,
Pain or cramps in the Stomachy Cholera Morbus, Cholera
Infantum, Cholic, Lame Hack. Chilblains, bites ol Poison
ous Insects or Rabid Dogs, Aguoc*ke, Ague in the breast
or Pace, burns. bruises, chafing, chapped hands, corns,
Com tactions or the Muscles or cords, cuts or any kind,
Muscu.ar weakness, Paralysis, Piles, Kar Ache, Ulcer*,
Sail Rheum, Scurvy, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips, Venereal
Sores, Scarlet Pevor, or any similar disease, you may lest
assuied that iu this article you have
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY,
which not only removes pain almost instantaneously, but
penetrates lo the seat or and eutirely
ERADICATES THE DISEASE.
Some will laugh at the idea or any composition curing
such a number ol diseases.* but if yo>t but reflect that these
diseases, though numerous iu name, all arise liom similar
causes, the proposition will teem less extravagant; but
were it ten times nvjreso tiik facts which stare us in the
laca would yore* the candid to acknon ledge its met its} for
all who liave used it themselves, or witnessed its nuigic
effects oil others, unite iu declaring it just what its name
(Nonparell) indicates, the be it Liniment known.
TO THOSE WHO THINK.
Have you never noticed the strik.ngs milarity between
many external and internal diseases having entirely diller
ent names? And lias it never occur led to you that a rem
edy might beprepaied which should be equally applicable
to both? This remedy is now offered you iu the Nonpa
rs u Liniment, which does not insult your understanding
by claiming to have beet, round in some faming mountain*
of Mexico or mighty cares of the earth', but is simply the
OrrsrntMo or Science! being mild and simple ill its action
and yet revealing in its effects a power almost incredible,
?reaching the most hidden sinews or man or beast,?
and yet being innoxious to the weakest infant, it is also
by far the cheapest Liniment in the market, being put up iu
bottles ticice as large as the majority, and one-rourtli laiger
than the largest, besides biting more than four times nu
Mtrong; we theielore offer it to you with pride and con
fidence. as auarticle exactly suited to the wants or ricli,or
poor, high or low.
: he unprecedented sire in which the Nonpareil Lini ment
is put un; and the vast expense or the n:ate?ials used in it,
makes )t impossible for us to pay for the printing ol the
hundieds or certificates we night publish, nor do we dt?eui
It nccessary, as theartlclo wherever it Is used will certify
We would however refer those affi'cted ones who have
so often been gulled by foiged certificates and big assertions
10 the following names, being but a lew of the many per
sons whose character for candor and veracity needs no
panegyric rrom us, and who having folly tested its virtues
hi the different diseases for which it is lecoinmended, aie
prepared tos)>eak ol its merits as it deserves.
Sold in Wheeling by jaines Haker, Kells & Caldwell, T
H Logan ? Co, IV R McKce, Palieisou & Co., aud by the
principal Druggists or Virgiuia. and Pennsylvania.
August 17, *53
From the Fairmont ( Va.) Republican.
Ah 1 nvaluaulk Mkdicimc.?11 is but seldom we find
among the many lenudies offered to the public lor the cure
ol disease, one we can consent to commend, or whose vir
tues we aie able to discover, and have ulways >cduously
avoided giving u tie lance tounytliing that might loud uny
one to suppose that we platvd any faith 111 their preten
sion*. Jfut with reference to a remedy manu actured in
this place, aud which has become as familiar to the public
as household words, we speak from knowledge of its in
trinsic excellencies, its adaptation to many of the ills of
11 e, and the security with which it may be used. We
sneak or the Nonpaieil Nerve and Hone Liniment, prepar
ed by H. 11. Carr ?& Co., from a prescription ruruished by
l)r Watson Carr, lateoi Morgantowu, and now or Wheel
ing, one or the most eminent Physicians in Virgiuia. This
liniment is based upon the broad principle that auy reme
dy which will relieve external pain, will il properly com
pounded, be equally efficacious in lemovii g inteiiial aflec
tious, a principle that has been successfully developed.?
Il is simply the offspringorsciei.ee, being mild aud sim
ple iu its action, mid yet revealing in its effects a power
more incredible, reachmethe most hidden sinews or man
and beast?and yet being innoxious to too weakest infant.?
It Is also by far the cheapest Liniment iu the market, being
put up In I ottles twice as large as the majority, a* d one
fourth larger than the largest, besides being more than four
times as slioug. We commend it to Ihose iu want or a
sale and certain remedy.
"iTlan tiaow Thynvll."
An Invaluable Book lor 25 Cents
'?Every Family should have a Copy."
C0P1KS sold in less tbnu three months. A
UVJUVJ new edition revised and improved, iusl issued
DR. HUNTER S MEDICAL MANUAL AND HAND
HoOIt FOK THIS A FFLICTED? Containing an outline
or the origin, progress, treatment aud cuieo! every foim
ordisease, contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse,
by self abuse, or by sexunl excess, with advice for their
prevention, written in a familiar styleavoidirg all medicu
technicalities, and every thing thai would offend the ear o
decency, from the les-ult or some twenty yeais aucccssfu
practice, exclusively devoted to thecuie of diseases ol a
delicate or private nature.
To which is added, receipts for the euro or the above
diseases, and a treatUe ou the causes, symptoms and cure
or the Fever and Ague, lor twenty five cents a copy; six
copies one dollar; will beforwaided lo any part ol the
U nited States, by mall, free of postage Address, postage
paid, Cosden & Co., Publishers, or box 19C, Post Office,
?This is, without exception, the most comprehensive
nnd intelligible work published, on the class of diseases of
which i' treats. Avoiding all technical terms, it addresses
itscll tothe leasouor its leaders. It is free from all ob
jectionable matter, end no parent, however fastidious, car
object to placing it iu the hands of his >ous. The author
has devoted many years to the treatment or the various
complaints treated or, and 'with loo little breath lo puff,'
aud 'too little presumption to impose,' he has offcieit to
the worldat the mcicly nominal price or25cents, the fruits
or some twenty years most successfol practice '?Herald.
?No teacher or parent should be withbut the knowledge
imparted in this invaluable work. It would save yearsor
pain, mollification and sorrow to the youth under their
cliaige ??People** Adtocate.
TA Presbyterian clergyman m Ohio, in writing ol
ter's Medical Manual,'says: ?Thousands upon thousa't's
or our youth, by evil example and the lulluence or the i?a?
sions, have been led into the habit 01 self pollution will,
out realizing the sin a;?d rcartui consequences upon them
selves and theii posterity. The constitutions or thousands
who areiaising families have been enrecbled, irnot hiokcn
down, and they do not know the cause or the cure. Ai y
thing that cau be done so to enlighten and iufiuence the
public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this
widc-spieud sourcc or human wretchediess, would cooler
the greatest blessing next to the religion lo Jesus Christ,
ou the piesent and coming generations. Into uperane, Cor
the use oriutoxicatiug drinks,) though it has slain thous*
sands upon thousands, is not a gieater scourge to the hu
man race. Accept my thanks on behair or the affile ted,
and, believe me, your co-worker iu the good work/ ju are
so actively engaged in.'
One copy will be forwarded (secuiely enveloped and
postage paid,) ou receipt or 25 cents, or six copies tor At
Addiess, COSDKN @ CO., Publishers, Uox 190, Phlla
Booksellers. Canvassers and Book Agents, supplied on
the most libeial terms. malO-ly
Centre Wheeling Drug Store and
RICHARD BLUM has purchased the entire stock and
fixtuies or the establishment occupied by F. A. iJient
iiuper, Centre Wheeiing, and by additions to his stock is
piepared to fornishcity and country customers with the
purrst and best Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dye Stuffs,
oil the most reasonub c terms.
He will attend promptly to the filling ol prescriptions,
which will be carefolly compounded at all hours.
Perfomeries, imported Havana cigars, and a vericty ol
fancy article^ on hand. (jaiill
DR. DYE'S RELIEF
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis and
FIFTEEN years succcks in the ute of this Syrup, in
private practice, for the various afTcctions or the
frvonchia anil Lungs,is deemed sufficient recommendation
in presenting it to the afflicted, to insure a trial or its ef
There is nothing in this Syrup that will nauseate,so there
can be no danger in giving it to the youngest child, or in its
use in auy quantity under any circumstances. It is picas
int mi'd and cflcctual.
Price00 cts. per bottle.
Prepared by Dr. J. S. DYE, Hartford, Con.
For sale by KKLLS & CALDWELL,
dec'jO Solr Aptyit*.
JuRl/JfTI V ?i DISJtiA&JbiS.
IT has now become a settled fact, acknowledged by the
best Physicians ofour city, that in the cure of Sci ofula,
Tetter, and many other diseases, Brk.niuno icr's Fluid
Extract ok Saksaj-akii.la and Dandklion, is detidcdly
above all other preparations. It speaks roritseirwhcnever
used? and although we have never taken the pains of hav
ingit published through the papers, or appointing agents
for the sale ol it, yet we are almost weekly receiving or.
ders rrom Vermont, New York, Ohio, Kentucky and other
states, by persons, who by some chance means have heard
or its wonderful curative powers. Tlio following is trom a
gentleman of Vermont a Few days since, who used it for a
very serious disease:?
The two bottles of medicine I got Trom you
when in Wheeling, have nearly cuied mej please send me
some more by Express.
It is now prescribed by nearly all the Physicians or our
city, rot as a quack medicine, Tor we have made them ac
quainted with the componant parts; and we now say to all
such as we have not the opportunity or making it known
to, that it is entirely Tree Trom all minerals, and is not ill
the least incompatible with any or the preparations orio
dine, Fowler's solution, or other properties.
To be had at Paxton & Lake's, and F. Yahrling, and sold
wholesale and retail by
BRENTL1NGER & ARMSTRONG.
Monroe street, opposite Washington Hall, Wheeling Va.
July 21, '52.
Look to your Coughs !
TO all such as are laboring under Coughs, Colds, Hoarse
Hess, Pains in the Breast, Spitting Blood, d-c., wo
would honestly recommend the use or Brentlinger's Com.
pound Syrup or Boneset, as a pleasant, sale and speedy
cure. It can be had at Messrs. Paxtoh dc Lakk'b, end o!
the Suspention Bridge, and at
BRENTLIXGER & AR3ISTRONG'S,
aug21- yr:d Monroe street, Wheeling.
Cod Liver Oil.
JUST received t 6 boxes Samuel Simes' manufacture
of pure Medicinal Cod Liver Oil; the best article or the
kind brought to this or any other maTket.
BRENTLINGER & ARMSTRONG,
<ag21-1yr:d Opposite Washington Hail.
T. M PARKER has tnis day associated with him in
business, Mr. Kicbelaub.
The confectionary and cake baking business will be con
Untied at the old stand. No. 146, Main street, under the
name and style of CmalO) T. M. PARKER & Co.
Henry tallant, lewis s. delaplaij? una
WILLIAM TALLANT have formed.? Co-partner
ship* for the purpose of transacting a Wholesale Grocery
and Dry Goods and Forwarding and General, Commission
Business iuthiscity, under the firmofTALLANT? DEL
A PLAIN. ' The Wholesale Dry Goals Business will be
conducted at No. 12 Monroe stretdfard tbe Wholesale
Grt eery and Commission Busin ss at No 69 Main street,
Ample and seasonable stocks or Dry Goods and Groce-,
ries will always be on sale at low prices and on accommo
dating terms, to which they earnestly invite the attention
orcf.osK srvnis. ma3
F it EIGHT S
For Baltimore, Wheeling, Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis, by steam
ers of the Parker Vein Line to Baltimore, Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad to Wheeling, and by Just running
double engine steamers on the Ohio river.
THE NEW YORK, BALTIMORE AND WHEELING LINE
Will forward Goods to all the above places, and also to all jtoints
EAST, WEST AND SOUTH.
Havingunu8u.it facilities can rcceipt through on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply fto Ilia Agents.
HKNRY H. TAYLOR, Pier 13North River, New York.
DUNLOP CO., Locust Point, Baltimore.
UORSKY, HOWARD iV KNOX, Wheeling.
H. P. CONWAY * Co.. Portsmouth, Ohio.
R. B. POYNTS5. Maysvilfe, hy.
KENNKT A DUDLEY. Cincinnati.
MKLDRUM & Co, Madison, hid.
K. WRHII, MAXCY & CO., Louisville.
DAVID TAT UM tie CO., St. Louis.
After the first of August, allgoods sent through Dunlop ?& Co., will be forwarded free ofdrayage.
For the present Dunlop <fc Co., may be four.d at the counting room of J. W. Ross A Co., llollingsworth St.
WHATEVER concerns the health anil happiness of
the people, is at all times or the most valuable im- I
pui lance. 1 take it Tor granted that every person will do
all in their power to save the lives ortheir childieh, and
that every person will endeavor to promote their own
health at all sacrifices. 1 reel it my duly to solemnly a?g
sure you that WORMS, according to the opinion of tlu*
most celebrated Physicians, are the primary causes of ?
laigc majority or the diseases to which childreu uiul udulls
are liable. If you have an appetite continually changeable
from one kind offood to another, Had Breath, Pair, in the
Stomach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness ami Fullness ol
the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse irregular?rc.
member that all theve denote Worms, and you should at
once apply the remedy?
HOBENSACK'S WORM SYRUP,
An article founded u..on Scientific Principles, compound
ed with purely Vegetable substances, being neiTcctlv sale
when taken, and can be given to the most tender inranl
with decided beneficialleffect. Wheie Bowel Complaints &
Diarrhoea have made them weak and debilitated, the to
nic proikertie8 of my Worm Syrup arc such that itstamU
without unequal in the cntalo&ne of medicines, in giving
tone and stiength to the Stomach, which makes it an In
fallible remedy lor those afflicted with Dyspepsia, the uh
touishingcuies performed by tnis Syrup alter Physicians
have lulled, is the best evidence of its superior cflicacy
This is the most difficult worm to destroy or all that I
infest the hunuin syste 11 it giows foanalniost indefinite
length, becoming so coiled and fi.steued in the intestines
and stomach, effecting the health so sadly as to cause M.
Vitus Dance, Fits, etc , that those affliclod seldom ir cvei
suspect that il is a Tape Worm that is hastening them
to an early grave. In order to destroy this Woi m, a very
energetic treatment niuf-t be pursued, it would theieloie he
proper to take C or H or my Liver Pills, so as to icmnvc
all obstructions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct
npon the Worm, which must be taken in doses or two ta
bic spoonfuls tin ce times a uoy. These directions followed
have never been known to fail in cutiug the most obsli
nate case ol Tape Worm.
RKaD THE rOLLOWlNO:
And you cannot be indifferent to this appe.il. Human
ity calls upon you to do your uuty. It is only one out ol I
the many thousands who has seeu its wonderful effects. I
Dr. J. N. Hobeittack,?Sir:?latitude to you, the in
ventor of a highly valuable medicine, prompts this humble
testimony in its favor, as being u sal- , gentle, yet power
fully effectual remedy for Worms. Having had much ex
pedience ill knowing tlo effects of various preparations,
my wile, who was well skilled ill lBiuistei ing lo children
in distress; pronounced it the best she had ever uicd, uml
would use no other while your." could be had. A daugh
ter of out's became seriously diseased. Her symptoms
were alarm'ng, but her mother at once sought out a reme
dy for Worms. Hav:ng obtained youis, by the time she
had taken half a bottle, Ol Sir, thejov il gave an cffcctiou
ate mothei, to seo the improvement in hor child, she be
ing about five or six years old She passed mi immense
quantity ol Woinis, hei sickly countenance now hiighlcn
cd, her spirits roturned, and in a short time a lovely
child, threatened with ?lecline an . death, now gave prom
ise or lieulth. Thai.ks to a kind Providence whose bles
sing attended your Syrup, restored the child \\ iihcoiifi. I
deuce 1 recommend it to all parents whose children arc
suffering with Worms. 1
J AS. B BO WEN, Minister or the Gospel,
Late Pastor or the Southampton Baptist Church.
IEjP"Cachom.?Remember tliei:, Paien's and all others,
that Hobensack's Worm Syri'i* is the only Medicine in
use that will eradicate Worms, with certainly, and will
notdisagice with the most delicate stomach, lie carefiil
that you get the genuine ai tide, and see that llie signature,
'J. H03KK8ACK** is on overy bottle.
llOBKMBACK'S LIVKR I'ILLS.
No part or the system is more liuhle to disease than the
LIVER, it serving as a filterer to puii'y the nlood, oi
giving the pruper secietion to the bile, so that any wrong
action of the L.vet effects the other impoituut parts or the
system, and iesult8 variously in Liver Comnlaint, Jaun
dice, Dyspepsia, olc. We should, therefore, watch every
symptom that might indicate a wi ongac tlon oi l lie Liver
These Pills being composed of Boots and Plants lui nished
bynuture to lieu! the sick, namely: 1st, an Expectranl,
w hicli augments tne ?ecretion front the Pulmonary mucus
membrane, or piomotes the discharge or sccreted matter.
2d, au Alterative, wliich changes in some inexplicable unil
insensible maimer tUe certain moroid action of tliosystem.
3d, a Touic. which gives toneand stiength to the nervous
s? stem, renewing health and vigor to all parts or I he body.
4th, a Cathartic, which acts in perfect harmony with the
other ingicdients, and operating on the . owels, and expel
ling the whole mass ol corrupt and vitiated matter, and
punlyiugthe blood, which destroys disease and restores
You will find these Pills an invaluable medicine in many |
complaints to which you ate subject. Ill obstructions!
either total or partial, they have been round ol iiiostimabic
benefit, lestoriug their functional arrangements to a
healtn y actio.<, purifying the blood nnd other fluids so ef
fectually to put to flight all complaints which may arise
rroni female irregularities, as headache, giddiness, dimness
orsight, pain inihesidc, back, etc., and offuied the public
as the oestPilte lor all diseases, upon the tollowing
* MEDICAL EVIDENCE.
We, the undersigned Physicians, having had the receipt
ortheir manulactuie submitted 10 us lor inspection, say.
that the ingicdients ol which they decomposed makes
them the best Pill ill tse lor all diseases or the l.iver, j m
purities of the Blood, t ic. We say this not only trOmour
own judgement, but also from that or 'honest medical au.
thority ir the United States. All diseases requiring the
useoran .Alterative, Diaphoietic and Purgative Medicine,
that came under our notice, has been treated with the
above Pills with the most satisraclory success.
GEORGE WOOD, M. D.
F. CKOWLKY, M. D.
L. BOWKN, M. D.
E3"Purcha?e none but those having the signaluro, ?J.
N. HOBENSAGK,' upon e<.ch box, as all others are
Agents wishing new supplies, and all others wisliin? to
become agents, must addicss the pioprietor, J. N. Ho
bknback, at his Laboratory, No. 120 NoilhSecoiid Sti-eet,
above Kuce, Philadelphia.
Sold by all Druggists and Merchants in the U. S.
Pamphlets giving certificates or cures performed in dif
ferent sections or the couutry, by the above medicines,
can be had gratis ol the agents.
Sold by J. Baker, Wheeling, wholesale and retail agent
or Western Va.j W. L. Brlggs, West Liberty; J. Per.
rell, Biadleyfownj J. Carring, Triadelphia; Win. Ilosack,
Kouy's Point} Dan'i Ferril, Coral Cove. Pi ice each 25
Dr Hall's Celebrated Pulmonic Elixir
OR the permanent cure orcoughs, colds, consumption,
bronchitis, asthma.influenza, croup, whoopingejugh,
inflamalion of the bronchea and hoarseness, caused by pub'
'ic speaking; aud all affections cf the organs or respira.
Wan anted thepleasantestand best medicine Tor diseas
eso the lungs ever sold in America.
In presenting this medicine to the public we have the
satisfaction to know that we not only present them with
an invaluable antidote for the class or diseases it profes
ses to cure, but one which Is perfectly harmless In its ef
feels upen the constitution, an can be administered with
out any rear or mineral poison*, for it contains none.?
The fact, that a large portion or the suffering, and death
throughout t ,e country, is caused by disease of the orgat.s
of respiration, consequent upon exposure and cold, has Jr.
ducedustoput it within the reach or every irdividunl
who may need a reoujdy that has proven itself so invalu.
This medicine is the result of a long experience, and
study or those diseases of I he lungs which arc so frequent in
our changeable climate'} and we claim it to be in advance
or all medicines ever "before discovered for those peculiar
compldnts, an improvement upon all, and consequently
tuperiorto all others.
We shall make J?o extravagant assertions of its efficacy
in curing diseases, like the venders of too many nostrums,
who deceive all who trust them, nor shall we hold out any
inducements which experience does not justify.
lfpa^ients will persevere in the use or this medicine,
and use ii as dimcted, they will be cured 1n every instance
that it is not beyond the power of metUcine. t here are
nunerous persons now enjoyingtbe blessings of health and
renewed lire, as4t were, who otnerwise would have long
since befcn fn their grave, but for the timely and perseve
ring use or this invaluable remedy. It is not pretended
tbat it tB lnnurible ineverrstage or consumption, but we
know it to M bitter adapted" to' the Various diseases orthe
respiratory organs thin any other Medicine ever offered to
the public. AU We SSJcIs a'trial, and-in every instance.'!(
csedfreely according to the directions, and if perfcct satis
faction is not riven, the money wlli be returned.
Genuine aienedK. HA LI. <fc CO. For sale bj JAMES
BAKER, Druggist, Wheeling, Va. Also, by Druggists
generally throughout the country. ap9-l y
MA'Y be confidential? consulted at his Lock Infirmary,
No. 31 South Gayutt, between Lombard and Second
s:s., opposite the Exchange lluildings, and City Post Of
fice, Haiti more, Aid. This Med'cal Institute, established
over fifteen years in this city?by regular Physician* as a
refuge noi., Quackery, is widclycelcorated lor speedy and
| effective cnies of various classes of diseases, but especially
those Known as
And is only advertised to proven- the afflicted, particu
larly strangers, from falling into the "WJtifeil Sepulclnes"
and other abodes of Charietauism blazoned loith ill the
I public prints as the only places where a euro can be ob
tained lor certain diseases. Baltimore, like other largo
cities, is iuve-ited with tins tribe, and straiigeisshould be
on their guard. .
OVER 20 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE
In an extensive practice devoted to this branch or medlcaj
science, enables Dr. 11. to insure a prompt and permanent
euro, in *-ny of ti.e ditfereut forms of Phivatk Diskask*.
No Money requited if a cure i* not effected.
DR. GORDON HARRIS.
A member of the Medical Chirurgiial FacuP.y, Graduate
of Harvard University, class 1824: an Honorary Graduate
ot'the Washington University of Maryland} formerly Sur
geon ol tne Lusenhiirg Institute in New Orleans, and Pio
prietor ol the Lock Infirmary* No. 31 South Gay St., Ilal*
timore, having been established in this city over lo years,
presents a claim on public confidence beyond animadver
Dr. !!? pr.omise* no more than he can perform, and all
who place themselves under his charge will bo sacredly
shielded by the cegis ol professional honor.
Aware of the d.tficulty with the public to discriminate in
a newspaper <ul vci tisomeut between thegenuineuud sktlful
Ph> sician and the spurious pretensions ol the designingaud
dangerous Quack, Dr. H. will cheerfully give, wheuappli
ed to, sucn private reference as will fully satisfy all who
require his services.
CHRONIC OR SECONDARY F. RMS.
Many have sufTured lot months, and even years, jnder
I >ic elTects of an improperly curcd discas ?, wi honi know
ing it to he a 8ecouda.y lot hi. The usual symptoms one
Bore throat, ulceration of tho tongue nnd lips, lichingand
icnderness about tlie imse, blotches or eruptions upon the
lace and body nodes upon the bones, a sensation ol Heav
iness, deafness, dull puins in tho hcud and limbs, etc.?
Cases vary much lit charucter, hence but few ol the symp
toms are sonic times experienced, any oi.e or them isjuwl
cause of alai in. Upon the peilcct Constitutional cure ol"
the oldest and mostiiivcieiate of such cases. Dr. 11. is will
ling to stake his lunor and reputation.
A total or partial suspension ol those functions, essen
tial to piopagasion or the species, a fatal bariicr to connu
bial tics, is the costly price ol excess, unbridled passions,
or the violation of nature's laws, by indulgence in a rice,
often contracted tioui associates at school, familiarity of
co.*'i*pi domestics, or the example ol those who, innocent
Ocnurm, entice their companions ii.to the practice ol these
h.toiU. which lihe "The worm iu the bud," saps the loun*
tain of \itality and blights tho bright hopes ofliiej tho
rosy weuth of Love withers around the heart, fho warm
impulses of endearing sympathy arc chilled, and
which should eve- be contemplated with pure and unsulli
ed delight, presents an incubus to the mind, filling it with
icaiTuI uppiehcusi ins, oi excites only leelings or distru?L
or repugnance. The exertions of parents and guardians
to retain their youthlul chaigcs in ig .orancanpon this sub
ject, has too often proved a false and fatal philosophy; let
honest coi lidenro be shown them in reason's eariy dawn,
and guided by the light or truth, the pitfalls ol ignorance
and subsequent mUery will be easily avoided.
consume the self-immolate victim ofa secluded habit.?
His liie presents a blasted heath, upon which norruits of
geniu- grow} no flower or intellect can bloom, where the
utmospheieis tainted with disease, the soil parched by
unnatural heat, barren and obnoxious to theoyc
Though sad the picture, it is not overw.iought; its origi.
iials ore almost dailj presented to thechaigeor Dr. liar,
ris, and even in the public thoroughfare, the discerningeye
can .nark frequent corroboration or its truth.
Moral regaid in dischaige or duty must obviously pro
eludes an entire removal or the veil from this melancholy
picture oi human frailty, hence but a few or the symptoms
attendant uj?on this bluhting malady clii heie be given.
THE SILEiNT MONITOR.
Symptoms are silent guides to the locality and advance ol
disease, following in the train to soif abuse; weakness ol
the organs, loss of manly vigor, want of natural suscepti
bility, pain ill the head and limbs, pimples on tho face and
neck, dimness or vision. Oi want ol luslre ii. the eye, pale
ness o complexion, with general lethargy and impotence,
are u low of the most prumiieut physli at evils.
EFFECTS ON THE MIND.
Through derangement of the nervous system, the mi ml
is uustiung, memory tails, the power of concentrating
thought is lost, imbecility and idiocy often supervene, leav
ing the throne of inicllect d.car and desolate. Timidity
slid irresolution with melancholy latuity,?throw a gloom
around the scene.- ol lite; haunted by invisible torments,
the burthen ortile becomes insupportable, and he plunges
despeiately into the gull of intemperance or suicide.
THE TRIUMPH OF SCIENCE.
Commiserating the miffortuno of this c ass of unhappy
persons, Dr H has sought with untiling zeal thiough the
wide i ange of medical lore, for the last 20 years all anti
dote for these prolific evils, and can proudl) say hisetrorts
have not been uncrowned with success. Abundant proof
is constantly given in his practice, of I he infallible efficacy
of these remedies. By a happy combination of treatment,
physical debility is lemoved, constitutional soundness res
toicd, the weakened oigans established in pristino strength
and vigor, and the torpid faculties of ihe mind aroused ill
to healthful activity
Kniecbled manhood may here find a certain Testorativo
and the bright beams of hope shall soon dispel the murky
clouJs ol gloom. JJiaent hi ailed from servile fetters, the
victimofunhalloived passions springs into a new existence,
nnd:ealizcs the sweet fruition or lits brightest anticipa
Dr. Harris may well congratulate himself upon the hap
py result of his researches, anil rejoice that he is permit*
ted to dispense a balm to the afflicted, a position more en
viable than the jewelled throne of earth's loftiest poleti
Ute' A WORD TO THE AFFLICTED.
Let not shame or false del'cacy keep you back, butio
fleet that joui life and reputation are at stake; remember
that the veneral poison is death to your constitution, and
threatens not only your physical powers and mental lacul
tics with destruction, but closes the door to connubial
joys, blights the prospects of the fiture, and wraps your
body and soul .n the dark mantle of despair. Tne oppor
tunity of embrac.ng the aid of a regular ami skilful Physi
cian is before you, one who has made this branch of medi
cal science h s profound study, and who has been favored
with extended opportunities of compuriug theory with
piactice, and did propriety permit, could adduce tho grato
lul testimony of thou-ands who have been rescued by his
timely assistance from the abyss of impending ruin. All
applicants arc sacrcdly guarded from exposure by the se^is
or professional honor
Dr. H. has given particular attent.on to Female Diseases,
His experience enables him to relieve sapkly and bi*ekd
ii.Y, all Irregularities, Nervous Derangement, Constitution
al Weakness, General Debility, etc.
KF"Prompt attention given to letters, and treatment
marked wiih skill and delicacy.
tCsTCom mu nicati ons sac red I y ? nv ?'ola te.
PERSONS AT A DISTANCE.
May ronsnlt Dr. II. through letter, (postpaid,) and by des
cribing symptoms, receive advice, treatment and medi
cines, the same as if present} while their communications
will be observed with honorable confidence.
All Medicines for warded with prompt attention by sa
fest route to the indicated address, carelbily sccured
against damage or curiosity, and accompanied by plain and
N. B.?The pecuniary position or Dr. Harris enables
him to make charges moderate.
P. S.?His Office is arranged^withTpri vate consultation
rooms, rendering it availabIe;to cither sex.
tt?"Ailvice to the poor free of charge.
Address Dr. G. HAKK1S, Baltimore, Md.
In8tanpinejU8 Liquid Haii* Dye.
TO those wishing a bair dye that may be depended up
on, we can cheorfally recommend the above. The best
of city* reference can be given as to its superiority over
everything or the kind now in use. For sale, wholesale
and retail, by T. H. LOGAN de Co.,
mar31 Sole agents in this city.
Wheeling Window Glass
THE partnership heretofore existing between Stocktoali
Bankerd <fe Co, has been dissolved by the purchase, of 11,
Mr. Bankerd's right, title, and interest, by Stockton-?fc
The business wi!l be carried,on under tbename of
octS , STOCKTON, RUSSELL & CO.
Wheeling, Oct 4.1832
On BUTTS Eldorado receive** to-day, and lor sale by
D\J jc22 LOGAN,. PARK CO.
THE undersigned ha*e thlsdayfb noried a co-jpartner*
ship under the name and style ol S C. Baker Jfr Co., and
will conUnue the Steamboa^a^nj^a^BoaV-Store ,busi
ness*t theol * . ? ,0, S.C.'bAker, ' '
jan31 JOHN LIST.
W. n. OAHKVIi'fl
Ik No, 169 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Corner Fifth street,
oppcH'e the Slate Haute.
II15 lms always in store a full stock ol
Ficuch Hi ocateils;all widths
and colors; jfc ,
French Satin tflrLainosj
India Satin Damasksi
Lace and Muslin Curtains
or every style and price;
Table 4* Piano Covers Ac. j
GUt Cornices; .
Gilt1?ins and Hands)
" - M "* * "
. Cords, Tassels, &c.
N. Y. Painted WiV0OHr<S,.HHO2?S, cr all styles and
pi ices; BnfT Hollands} Shade Fixtures, Brasses, and
errrvthing complete for Curtaiiu, or the newest Palis
styles, and at the lowest prices. ?
Persons sending the height and toidth or their window
frame*, can have their Curtains made and trimmediu the
Ifest manner; see Fashion Plates in August uumber of Go.
dey'a Lady's Hook.
; Steamers, hotels, CAH FU1LDERS, and dealers gener
ally, supplied at the lowest tcholesalevricc*.
vv. h. carkyl,
Importer of a :d Dealer in Furnishing Goods,
109 Chestnut street, corner of Filth,
marl7-lyd&w Opposite the State House, Pliilada.
LUDWIG, KNEEDLER & CO.,
IN BRITISHj FRENCH AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS,
No, 110, North 7.hird Street, S. IVeatcorner of Race Street,
HI! I LA DKLPH1A.
W A LTEK CROOK, Jr.,
Upholstery unci Paper Hanging Warehouse;
No. Baltimttre St., near Charles St.,
HAS in store, curtain material and trimming, such as
Urocatcll, satin daniask, satin do laines, "Worsted
damask. Cornice, etc.
P-aln and figured plush, hair cloths, velvets, gimps,
webbing, piano and table covers, transpareutshades, etc.
Fine and low priced, suitable for parlors, halls/drawing
rooms, chambers, etc., together with decorations, views,
border, etc., all or which will be sold on pleasing terms.
CYRUS W. FIELD & CO.,
C03IMISS ON MERCHANTS.
No. 11 Cliff Street,
Arc Sole Agent* ill the United Slate* lor
Muspratt's superior Bleaching Powder.
Victoiia Mills Celebrated Writing Papers.
K us sell ?? Superior " "
Genesee " " Printing *?
Jiawlins & Sons' English Tissue "
First quality Ultramarine Ulue
They are also Agent* Tor the principal Paper Mannractur
erH in this country, and offer lor Sale by Tar the most ex
tensive and and deferable stock or Paper and Paper Mami?
facturerH* fttaterial* that can be round in ihisorauy other
Their business is strictly wholesale,and Writing Papera
are sold by the case only.
Their extraordinary facilities enable them (o offer all
Goods, both Foreign and Domestic, at the lowest possible
Paper mode to order, any size or weight. Liberal ad
vances made on consignments or Paper, Paper Alakors'
stock and other merchandize.
The highest maikct price paid in cash ror all kinds o
iiumphreya, fctolimau & Koons,
FOB Till! SAI.K OP
Flour, Pork, Bncou, Weed, nud Produce
UtiicrnUr, ? , . ,
No 47, North Wharves, and 95, North Water-St.,
03" Liberal advances will bo maileon receipt Bills La
^B'efer to tlcMirs. FonsvTiis & Homcm*
? BANIKI. bowi.?k?.
Broker and General Claim Agent,
WASHINGTON". 1). c., rialm*
o mm. Keferto K. II. SWK?niKO?M. ap->-iy
Williams and Brotlicr,
general grocers an d
Corner Cary and Pearl Streets,
cy"Oflfcr their se"vices Tor the sale or all kiujs of Pro
Jas R. l'aker, Esq. T
Aaron Kelly, I
MorganNe:son, 4 J Wheeling*
J)r. M. H. Houston, |
Mcsyvs. Sweeney .Son;fJ
nipcsrft I.ewis Xs Geo. Oassan, j
'? * j. O. Selfrimti ?& Ron, > Baltimore.
Love, Martin ?V Co. J
Jiid'je Jno. ZJrockenb rough, Lexington, va. .
SLAYMAKER & HASLETT,
Chcituniat*) below Jth,
HOARD Sil.GO PER DAY. ?
? eaie? and ooulhoru il*ercl?itul?
?u iXMluru uuw . .
Sexton, Seal & Swearingen,
|1tkl,ORTi''KS &? JOBBERS
OF FANCY DHY GOODS.
No. 11, S- 411) st. between Market nnd
Chesnut Sts. Phil a.
1 W Sr.YTOS, L. Seal, A. Van Swearingen.
/\fKEK to purchasers, the largestassortiuent of Fancj
O l)rv Goods ill tlie city. It comprises nipart of
llnvorv of all kinds and qualities.
(Moves, Undershirts, Dress Shirts a ml Collars.
\\ oollci! yarns ol different shades and colors.
A line assortment of SheU ConComh,.
Dress and'Ta\lorsTnminings of all kinds.^
Kurnetts, six cord col'd Spool Cottou.
As'rvelfas a great'niany styles orgoods or
tation, which we cannot here mention, and which aro vveu
worthy the attention or byers. We feel we can make liw
thiMvintercst to givo us a trial. .
JOHN H. BROWN & CO,
Importers Wholesale Dealers in
British, Frenoh. and American
IVo. 125 Mnrket Street, Philadelphia.
Chestnut Street, between 3d and ith,
Ben. II. AVooliuuu. proprietor.
A first Class Hotel. Prices reducedi Horn S?,00 to
81,60 per day. mar 17-1 ya
William Wulty, ?. A.Johnii & Vo.,
Wholesale dealers in Hoots, Shoes, Uonnels, heg
horn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hals.
also run. silk, ako 'root, mis,
?8 Market Street, Philadelphia.
8. CO LIIOU W. 7";; 7 aTcOWTON.
Colhoun & Cowton,
FOllp'UK SALS or
FLOUR, BACON, LARD, CLOVER SEED, &C?
Broad St.. Ea't vide, bet. llace 4* Cherry,
PHILADELPHIA. , .
Liberal advances made on Consignments, and when re
ceived by car loads, rice or drayage.
HELPER to Forsyths & Hopkins, Wheeling, who will
mak? advances on consignments. aplB-ly
Ucnjamin n. Sjighifoot,
Hats, Caps, and Ladies' Riding Hats
No. 41, North Second Street,
Pro. W. "OoiTy. LateofCheslvst St. marl7-lril
" LLOYD & CO.,
Claim, Pension and Bounty Land
Fifteenth street, opposite the Treasury,
WASII.NRTON. D. C.,
Cnsh ndrnnccd on C/In.Iui?j ?c?
CLA 1 MS before Congress or the United Klateslhat have
been abandoned by other agents an worthies*., I ave
been successrully prosecuted by us. Letteis addressed a?
ibove, post paid, will be promptly attended to.
GEORGETOWN, D. C.
THIS large and cunvenient house, having been thorough
ty repaired, and refitted with entirely new rurnlture or
handsome and comfortable style, la now open for the ac.
C??he subscribei^nv'ites the patronage or .be public, and
those who ftivor him with their company may be assured
of a hospitable reception, the best fare, anui such comforts
and attentions aswlll make his house compare favorably
with the best kept hotels in the District or elsewhere.
Omnibus es constantly pass to and from the Gapuol,
rU."^m"tU el?Y"' ?'C">Ck*t " E'w. M FiTZHPGH.
Notice to Housekeepers,
np.y oARPETH at REDUCED I'BICIW.
1 tj rvHPl YARDS or Carpets at No. 143, MainstreeL
10.UUU The Subscriber reepectttiliy informs his cua
tomers and the public generally, that he has just returned
from the east, and is now receiving theand
mostbeautirul stock or Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, etc. etc.
ever offored in this city, cmbracliiB a'most cvory varietj ol
style and quality that can be round in the Eastern markets,
from the finest knglish Vel vets down to a comrnon I^S ?r
pot. This stock has been selected with great care, and pur
chased under the most favorable (jircurristaiices, which wll
enable me to sell them much lowor than the eamcquati ty ol
roods were ever sold in this city. Those in want or goods
niny line, will please call and select rroin my stock
16,000 yards, with ISO diflferent patterns, varying in price
r?"'nM!C-t0 82rery"c. HARBOUR, no. 143, Wain st.
~ Dr. Todd's Pills
CAN be had fresh and genuine at the ?La-Ce^r. "
the city of Wheeling and vicinity, Dr"P
stores or James JiaKer: tvens ? v
Cos Dr T H Logan & Co, Fred'k Yahrling, Wm AfcKee A
Co: (Ritcliietown)i F A BrentUnger (Centre Wheeling), at
ho Shoe store or Todd & Devol, market square, and ?l
tho Drug store or the proprietor, corner or Quincy and
.c. C1KIIIII. ?
CANFIBLD, BROTHER, & Co
. 229 Baltimore Street, Comer of Charlei
WHOtBBAbK IMPORTERS, MANUFACTUKHRK
and dealers in fine WATOHX8, ?1ch JEWELfcy
silver, PLATED, A WD aldata WAKE asd
TTAVB opened tlielr new store with a tpleodld stock o|
?ol.ii and silver watcuis!
Prom the most celebrated mikersiu London, Urcrpool
and Geneva?an extensive stock flw.j. kepi 0n
every one of which is guaranteed to perform ICIUT)e
''""slLVER WAItE Of our own HAWJrACTOUl
Silver Tea and Coffee Seta, Gcibtels, Cop,, Tuoi...
Waiters, Spoon*, Porta, Pie and Cike1
Ice Crea'm ICnivos, Napkin Kinss, FUh Ktdtc, SaltSi*.
lars, $??., ol new designs.
Coffee ami Te* Set*, Urns, Tea Kettle*, larrf 1i4
Walters-Oval, Oblong and round shape*} Cwt5rJ ^II
Baskets, Kpe.gness, Flower undFruit stands:*//^
A superb collection or Diamond Bracelets ihj t>,
B vole tie*. Crosses, Fiuger King*, full Bulls oriS
suitable for VV eddiug Gifts.
This branch or our business is not surpassed I?.*.
tablUuient in the countryj having worhincu eumffi,
I der our own Supervision, constantly making nevjf*
aml by every steamer we are supplied ?roiu ifa* &??*-?
luctoiies. which enables ua to give to our cuate?2p,,*
latestTashlons, and at'.Ow prices. "^tk
Writing De3ks, Work Boxes, Chess Men, Cud*
kets, Cologne Bottl.*s, elegant Vases, Parisian ii?
Statutes, Furls Bronzes, Fine Paintings. Pa?ier uA'J*
Tables and Work' Stands, Porte Mounaiea, *arerinr7t*
loenc, French Perfumeries, Kosewoodmd vi
sing Cases, KngIlahHo?i.s, Tooth Brushes, Bair Urw?",
SUPERIOR ALBATA WARE!
New Fatterna 6f Forks, Spoons, Ladles, elc.ortMi.HL
ile, wulch Is fust superseding silver waie. tnv
SPLENDID MANTLE ClJJCKS1
Bronze and Gilt M mile Clocks nr elegant dm*. v,.
}?c!?r'dd~a.wl,Ue "urb,ed0i F'eotl1
Watch Tool. ?xd JUTuRui.j.oritmhejtauilli..
staidly kept on hand and careful:)- selected. M
For the convenience or customeis we-have
Inrge, spacious stote, giving cusloiners evert S,,
inspecting our extensive stock or Goods. Adiriri. ,
retail tales room, we have fitted up another ri?m 81
100 leet in depth, ror the Wholesale Department* 0tt
tO^Kv'ery article from oiir establishment is .
lo be as good as represented. warraatt
Eppersons visitingKaltlmo e, will do well tow,,*
our assortment. Ordersrro'm the country wills..,,
ed to r&ithrutly and promtly.
GANF1F.LD, BROTHER &? Co
229 Baltimore St., K. West corner of Cu.iU
Baltimore. March 24,-dwly.SlB" 0flhe GoldenKHte.
LOCATED NO. 127 BALTIMORE ST.
K. CHAMBEHL1N would say to his frondta,
_ ? patrons throughout the West, and to all jot#.*,
desirous of learning Book Keeping, that he baa djjM*
of his interest in the Pltudmrgh Commercial Coital
permanently located himseirin Baltimore, and isaeii
the head or one of the most flourishing lnstitbtiowbfc
(Jniln The facilities here oftcred toi acquiring?tiT
plete Mercantile-education are equal Ifiwt auneriar a
those or any similar College in the West. ladinfo
wishing to obtain situations when qualified, will fi&iit
their a-!vantage to prepare themselves at this en?Lfai
ment, as a large number or gentlemen (amoi? wboeu
several from the West) have retently compfcitf tie
com so of study, and obtaiued desirable situation as
Keepers in this city. For particulars, terms, etc.. wr
and have a circular forwarded by m&il.
mai2fi-d@wtv .. . ?
C. J. LKBKW. O.BAKDK*. A. MKT I
LEREW, SANDER & Co.,
- 8UCCR880 R'8 0 t
CIlARLKS FISCHER & CO.,
No. 338 Market Street', between Howard and ExtcxiU.
German, Frencli and English Good
Hosiery, Drawers, Bottom,
Gloves, Shawls, .T*Pm,
Laces, Fringes, Kindim,
Threads, Sewing Silk, SroolCottw,
UnderShirts, Suspenders, Ribbon,
Turkey Red Yarn, etc., etc
Scythes, Slates, Violins, Aecordeom,
Jews-Harp?, Perc Caps, Guitars, HanaoUca^
Marbles. Look's glasses, Flutes, etc.?c.
niar28-1 vilijl w
i- A W A) o- O O 1?
FREDK. FICKBY & SONS,
250 Baltimore Street.
Importers of English, German end Frtnrl Fa
AVE now in store their Spring assoortaieilif Pit
- - Mommies, Vio?in*, Percussion Cap?, Atwrfwc
Tooth and Nail brushes, Rosewood and K'cfdo Hi
I!rushes, Combs of evqry description, Cutlery, FmBo
tons, Perfumery, Fancy Soap?, Work
I nthe Hosiery lire a full assortment of Wtate, Eroi
and mixed cotton | hose, Lisle, Thread ted Silk J b?
t otton hose or every description, Lisle Thnai and Si
hoseofevery description, Colton, Threadaud&lkGlou
Filley @ Stewart's Patent Thread, Cotton, TbraS i
Silk Laces, Silk and Pocket Handkerchiefs, Seek lk
Dealers will find our stock the most extensive in
city, and our prices as low as any house In the thecoma
Drakeley & Fenton,
For the sale or Hon Products. Flops, Rcrrti.lYc
Window Glass and Country Prodccs, generally. 7
will alsc give attention topurchasirgon commission.
387 Baltimore St., corner of Pact.
Ao. 95 Baltimore Street, opposite //o/WajSlr
WHOI.KKALK anil Ifetall manuUcturtr of Oid
lows, Masonic, Sons ofTeniptrnnte, Hfi JlM'li
other Regalia, Banners, Flags, Towels, etc.. Jhpt
Goods or all kinds. :
JOHN SULLIVAN & SONS,
COS] MISSION MERCHANTS,
AGENTS FOR THE RALE OF LEAF TOBACCO,CI
tow, Flour, Whisky, and Wkstkrx
Camden St., near Light St. Whtrf,
apt 6-1 v BALTIMOKK.
Stein & Brother,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Pollers in
No, 316 Baltimore Street, beticeen Howard and Liitrtf!
J. A nEFELFllVGEB
OIN1NO Til* D*POT,;
mar2fi Cumberland, Mil.
> DWIN A. CLABAOnil. w. u. CLAll
THE undersigned having purchased (lie lease and e!
or that old established house, the Focktaix Hu
Light street, Baltimore, and having repaired andre
nlslied at a heavy outlay, now offei to their friends ani
traveling public an establishment second to note inc
fort and convenience.
The Ladies' Ordinary, *nd the suites of roamsattic
will be found to nflord the comforts of lion* toM^
while i he situition of the house guarantees quiet rei*?
all its patrons.
It is t - e most central situation Tor the man ofbu**
being in the centre of business, affords as convenes
cess to all the Kailroad. Depots and Steamboat LanJiir
any other hotel in the city.
It will be the desire and pleasure of the propne.*
Promote the comrort of theg^^jJuGIl A BKOTHE*
THIS latest tliscoverj Is the wonder of theag*
picture assumes all the roundnoss and solidity
It also appears life-size, and in every point rewmwo
living being. Nature is perfectly mocked, even to u
dividual hair. Taken at WHITKIlUKST'S.pm^
bell's Jewolry store, Baltimore street, in the
more; also, in his Washington Gallery, and
introduced in all of his galleries, which may w
all the principal cities in the Union. . . v,?
Mr. TFhitehdrst has the honor to annoEnrt W1'
just received a letter from the President of ?c ig?
States, informing him ortheawardora ,
and a copy of the Juries reports at the Worid1
JOHN W. BELL.
JOHN W. BELL & CO.,
FLOUR & OKNEKAJ.
Howard St., opposite Centre.
Til OS. J. CARBON.3 [JO#*"1 ca*
x. jr. ?arson & CO"
Western Produce and Genere
41 & 42. Light SUeet,
Anil 36, Water Street, New-Yoik.
ttJg~Liberal advance? made en consignment*.?
Curtis <fc Bradley;.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Wfcole.nledM.ler. I? FI?*
744 BomUy't Wharf,
BALTIMORE, III. . ^
[C?-Advances maile on consign menu of
-220 Baltimore Street,
E VITK the attention ortbe ciUaensofWheeu^ j
ixtensive assortment orclothSf ca?s?rnerea
, selected with great cart, from the latest
tions. . . ; ?
READY MADE CLOTHING.
On the sccoml floor of their store, they L t^|
llnrc, Pierion, M?llIdBy A ??-- ?
Afw. A C?J hk" ?
BALTIMOBE- ? ? ? ??
. IOTH?for, tp Merfitonta or. Wbepl\>L?
MARTIN & HOBS ON,
. , ?*4 Oeneral Committion >>?
cor**R KCTAW AND ?ALTlJIO** "**?
mar 28-1 y BALTIMORE.