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INTELLIGENCER
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE.
The undersigned take this occaaion to remind thai r friendi
and the public generally, that In connection with the ofHc<
or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expresalj
fitted up for i be execution or ail kinds of
PLAIN AIV1>OBPTAMKNTAL PRINTING.
Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la
teat styles of Job type,. and their Urge and well selected
stock ?*r paper, cards, inks, dec., being purchased at the
owest Cash prices, aud the Job Office being a distinct ?lo
??rt ment, carefully and efficiently managed, they canguarau
tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the
WeatncM, Accuracy and Proinptneu,
with which their work will be done.
They are piepared to execute
Cards, Proor hoiks,
Circulars, Postkrs,
Labels, Conc ert Bills,
Bill Heads, Ball Tickets,
Bills Lading, Steamboat Ha^i,
Hank Check*., Auction Bills,
Order Books, Dray Tickets,
Notes; Freight Books,
Deeds Railroad Blanks,
Receipts Hotel Heoibter^,
Protests, Summons,
likiEva, . Klection Tickets,
And every other description of letter press Printing. Also
all kinds or work in
COLORS ANDBHON/E8.
DOT"All orders from a^ d i stance prbmntly attended to.
SWKARINGUN, TAYLOR.& CO.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
No. 1, Sprigg House Emporiuml!
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS!
Wew8?rl?gi?iia Mniumrr Good.!
TAh E pleasure in being able to say to my old custom
ers and the fashionable community, that 1 have iust
returned rrom New York, and liave besn able to procure
the n>ost Fashionable Goods for the seasou that the great
Emporium, New York, can import Irom France and the
old countries; and having dispensed with the sale of com
mon clothing, gives me more room and tiii>e to all end to
the wants or my customers in the fashionable way. My
new stock now consists or -
BLACK, BROWN, GufcEN, BLUE, OLIVE AND
DAL11IA CLOTHS.
Also, silk and wooi cashmere'tts, all "shades and colors;
bombazine, draptter summer cloths, linen and grass cloths,
&c., ror making frock, dress, sack aud business coats ?
French, English, aud American cassiraflfes; also, ducks,
linen drillings, dec.. Tor making pan&. As to Vestlngs, I
have the most beautifiil selection ever looked at in any cl.
ty? all or which 1 am now prepared to make up in the most
rashionable and best style, as I have secured Mr Russell's
services as cutter ror the coming season, 1 feel certain in
saying that I can rurnisb better cloths than any house west
ol the Allegheny mountains.
In connection with the above I have a beautifcl assoit
ment or Furnishing Goods, ait fine, seasonable, and rash
ionable, consisting or cloth, cassimere, cashmerett, bom.
bazine, grass linen, diabita and plain linen, Hock, dress
and business coats, vests and pants, made from the most
ftsbionable and seasonable Goods, In great variety! also,
linen and cotton Shirts, silk, liren, lambs wool and cot
ton Undershirts and Drawers; cravats, stocks, collars,
gloves and suspenders.
Hosiery, in great variety; also, every other article suit
able for completing a gentleman's wardrobe.
All the above named Eriiclcs, together with many other
articles that can be round at ray store, No 1,'Sprigg House.
Please call in and Uke a look, and inuch oblige yours,
mr31 S. RICK.
NOTICE^*EXTRA.
I have a small stock or common clothing that 1 will dis
pose or at cost, or even less, to make room Tor my Spring
Stock or fine goods^
n.rgl S RICE
New Savings' Bank Store.
new the old-post cne*!
I hSSu^sISS0^!17 u?* ?u"1
l-mbrHlasand Garnet y.,r.0 ?^!, 8' Hats, JJonnets,
Monroe str^uT ft?*" of Market and
cupied as lb, Pogt oeiM ?d '-i J? ?heroom formerly oc
L?WjWud..t|.a|rnew?S?liK r<l Home,
for cash, lrom the maairiteiunr.<? Jk. vlL^'purcl'"?"l
g. and reta?. fnU ^&V^r.rt,? ?&&
1 ulslake'mtfito 'p&riemof WheS!t?* ?f "ST atotk. If
?Hd faJtadiS^S?; ?rtkt V'1'
bonnet, of the moat recentflJh&Jf Vtni,w ??* br?W
Mioea. Slippers anil Gaiter,? *n<? ."s'e*. Also?
Children or the most fa?l.iorab?i ,twe ?LC^ "i?**
??li.nd see ror yourselves. y ' m,ko *ml quality
"5|^woul'd'rM^Atrui^ *i?ite01JelL1Ift,b0Te n,lln<!d *r'
call and. see mc, or send mJ th#?*r ^ merchants to
?nybiU. purchased in the easiern du? rof ?,h.daPlte*te
* r ,t- H- Watson.
C'imcou NOTICE. ~
. O Jprll. 1854," by IuoneT*deerf1^?*n?' 0,i 11,h day of
on.Vl Ifh1,f0r^!,e
tionj all persons >H ?n^ilS^1VJSE5lK*,,^,Sl,Ses'n'c'
aie required to make imme.H..I . 10 M,i w?odrow
poisons having claims against said >vSfKJ tome, and all
iour ni"rt&u5flle"tlTJlf ^"?1wuh1the*pard
Saddlers" Hardwi]^
TUSTnwmil *,ND COAC? TRIMMING.
J ard <K't* 3,!^?",' dler-s Hard ware
Buggy Bows, HublS! SpfkeTSfio"1? ifiS" Varnish,
?er,rnhe~ ?
? ? Old Stand. 163 Main ?t.
-?lr n Notice.
VV . hU:fc2S2?J^SoTTK 7l,thnhin,' " * ?"<?"?
mencing on t*?e 11th inst TI - .. i tbc Partnership com
W. 11. -MOTTK4BHOTHKK 1 ?' 6rm ??
Second Notice. tr"M5
A persons indebted to W n Mm ., ,.
Ax>U. and settle theiraccountsimmedfa*ely^e^UCa'e<* ,0
? ; w. D. a
?=r W. I). MOTTK.
JQ^AQUK^^COULTRK^C^.- d
XJ Razois. They shave with th#? 2l,ed wa rranted
the beat ever brought to this markSf^J.SSVe'd"*""
=r* Wi^^s
r,w Pfcr?lc to ike ?M.-p,i,,r_ .
Producln"i!1^?nl,?r?1C *?"?? C?ZTC"er M
iiiaueiitly curing all Neuralgic "Smm" iSum? por'
hvs^S^sls^'
psin the Stomach. In
Paralysis,
York lesa'than m?F jelVsin^'anlfttr"115? c"r ?r Ne?
lo thorough trials iB ev?ry bMp'ul In tii.^ ng suJhJ6?led
ed by lira. Valentine Mou, pS!L-.roi?..:ity. and applf
?? d other*, it was discovered?^,..J"och?". Van Buren
and worderfid power in the^dlUr . ros5e?' ?i?nge
class ot diseases, and tlwir Ml. ^,5'm CUre or ,h<' ">ove
attended tl,eh u?.ia unp.r^Sed ??cesa that has
"rnvious to their iiitrodufctiAn* !???. *w
were osed in evei y ho.pU.Hn Ku4m ?W?countiy, tney
patents in Fr.iw, G.rL. ,3' and are itcured by
l.i.di and alro in tho United'stotes. p"ual* "'"1 Kl'S
TH1MK CLOSE AND PONDER Firr i..
P r oduce their1 rv*el lous cg^'e a L'f'aT ch"n>
dig cat et are attendiS ,nd^1,11 nrr?"
nervous fluid, and an agem Ua??CTmhlf.?i ",l ?"PI"r?'
ity or electro magneiiam- an?r 'leetric.
iiUKi^tic chalna, by beinlj worn^vj. ".1*1 th0 e,?'ro
and oigan disced, ruri^ah to the^ivh^.Tf ?'H>n ""Part
tetii, by iti powerful atimulaUne emSt nervous sys
Which is required to produce's hr^Uhv .V. "?IVOUS fluld
entire system. NodftjusiiM nSsfiimi n " thlou8h "><!
ken while using the choinj hutTri ^i ? wcd to beta
peneral laws of health ar?i'eo5i^S ?*??","?? or 'he
the part diteaaed adda much n. 11 - w . friction upon
Increasing their rr^icTow?" of ,he
,?NE THOUSAND DOLLARS
well aulheVucate^certTBcatea^r'cure' totifr" *?i m*ny
They never Ail to perform wSt ih " Electric Chains
?. .. IN FEMALE DISEASES.
above the hip, the usual severe ?vmn^ ron.t,'?,'tpiDe' I""
dise.se are at on?7emn?e7. *ym!'l0n" '?ideut to tint
.. . , MODE OF USE.
end oppo.it eto It* W1 or <"?*>?. and the other
Chains are not ,
?d that NO Medicinal ^gent In the^wnrii^K8**
""l^TANT RK,]',\lJ?r " chtalSr0dL"d "0
duced at the moment ol appUca't'o'S P4in' ta rr?
tban can be pn^iuced by wfium in . r J?010 c"actually
Call and fo,m?
Tt?^u.. ONK W?RD MORE.
over ta the bmperor orVh?Fren-h to iH U.tB,Jr b*en 6e6t
physicians In cues orekolera|ltc imi whilt? bylliaowe ;
so eminently succesanit J. 8TbSkkt ? i'4V," P'oveit
s dct7-lyr
Dr. Todd's Pills ~~~
he ilioe wore of ^"'odd dr Devtt* market1'L? tl-re"nS>iat
the Drugstore of the ?rn^ ?. raarket square, and al
Firthstreets. propriewr, corner of Quincy anil
-im^s^nS'^a^^"""^,??" Creek, A ?e
Oraven, west Alerandria. W^snn^r ? , ' ??oJ' '?
logs MdBly lx?man?s7llridi.^r. ?J5SBr,N west Wheel
1-hese pilla neecl n" ^rth!.^?i^hl?' .
trisii they have now kee? ln S.?r??,l tl?!' thM ? ?*>'
twenty years, and if vouwim^S? if ^u!? rbr more than
Will .peak ftir themsrt^iS.,"^J*Ta?t.h"? ? ????? they
?lo?;S20pergToss. ""m- 2?cper bor? ?S per
rl . t ~~ ,. NEW BOOKS! ~ ?
T""1?, Consulate ard Kmplre.-8 vols
-1 H"i ey 4 |eCond W,r with Kngland'?? o vol.
. S"d'?)'iSj?""" Mounlaint;" ' " vo'*
/Jalawin Ac 1 homas' Gazetteer of the n c ??
ortheD?s?'?
Just received by
?P18 WTr.nn a. n?ATr>nn
"'?MEDICAL.'
Prof. Woods'
Htilr Reatorntlro Is now lar i lie first Ulns Intro
duced to ths citizens or Wheeling, at No 139 Marki t
? licet, which is the only sure remedy ever Invented that
will effectually restore the $rcy lialia and whiskers to the
original color or v iuth, without dyeln;t cover tho bald
head in a short timo with the natural covering, remove
dandruff, and prevents the hnir Irom railing off. and is tree
rroii! the filtliv ve.limenl so objectionable In divers ptepa.
rations of different harass now beroietlie public; the Ka
ef-oavriv* Is a b.auttlbl article for the toilet, for Uie old
or your.g. and can only be appreciated by iu use) and all
are leapectlully invited to call at lha llepot and exanilns
the testi monial* or ladles and sentlomen of high reputa
tion in the Southend West, where it was invented, but
will refer to the certificate below or the distii.guisbed
statesman anil .senator, Judge lireese, or Illinois:
? u. , ? , ? 111-. June 37,186SC
H?*1} J*rot Woods' 'Hair Kesloraltve,' aud
hue admired the wonderrul ellect. My hair was becom
. V&.K 1 .V""#.1'.' P'=?turelv grey, but by the use or his
f m ? 1 resumed its original color, and 1 have
no doubt permanently so.
KIDNKY BRKBSK,
Kx-Senator of tlie United Slates.
Professor Wood*' Orientu! Hmmlire
,, , Mnliucui.
This Liniment is a valuable auxiliaty in the treatment or
some or lho moat formidable diseases with which it Is our
lot tocoutcndi for instance, inflammation of the lung? and
Loictls. By a thorough and- continued application or-this
Liniment over the region of the affectcd organ, these oth
ervvise formidable diseases avo.ii once disarmed of move
than bait their terrois, particularly among children, and
thousands of mothers, were they allowed to apeak, would
with all the eloquenco of feeling and affection, bear their
united testimony to the facl that il had suatched'thelrclill'
dien from the very jaws of death, and restored them to
their foimer health aud beauty. Again, it will bo found a
powerful auxiliary in romoviug what is generally known ,
as an Agu-s Cake, or an enlargement ol'the *pleeu. In all
cases where an externa I application is or service,"this lin
iment will be found uso!\il.
tieuernl Depot CD5 Broadway, New York} and 114
arket SL St Louis
For sale wholesale and retail In "Wheeling by
je7U3m WILLIAM J. ARMSTRONG.
$5,000
WmWAWM.
BJ. BALLY'S
ANTIDOTE
AND
GONORRHEA LOTION,
the great obiomal
FM3NCH PREPARATIONS
For the safe."speedy end effectual cure of Gonorrhoea,
Gleets, Stricture*, Whites, Pains in the back and
Loins, Seminal weakness, and all other
msutlDKRS OF TIIB URINARY ORGANS.
These invaluable preparations have now.becn before tbe
public for the past five year*, ami lmve become so well and
favorably known that they do not require any very elabo
ratcpiaise. They were invented by ohe or the flest aud
most celebrated venereal phys'claus in Paris, andsincA
tlielr introduction into>thc Uuited States, have effected
more cures, both or recent cases and those of longstand
ing, than any other medicine* ol the kind, ever offered to
the public. In the tveatmeut of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, al
so Lencorrhoea or 1 VhiU* {in females) they have never
been equalled, having cured many cases of rromG to eight
years' standing, aud tho Proprietor 'nilI warrant them to
cure nine cases out or ten, taking them on an average.?
They contain im mercury or an, other mineral substance,
as a larec majority of the preparations now in use do, but
on the contrary, pre enthely Vegetable in thelt) nature,
and will do no injury to the most delicate female. Those
who -areafflicted cannot do better than \o try Ihem, and
they will recommend themselves.
They are put up in bottles, with fyll directions accom-.
panyitsgthem. the Antidote at SI, aud the Lotion at 60 cis
per boUle. One bottle lasts ten days. Many have been
entirely cured4" two or thiee days.
Invented by M. B.* LLY, Physician of tho Paris Hospi
tals, aud prepared from the original recipes, aud sold aL
wholesale aud retail' by ' k
DUROY & CO., General Agknt^,
lor the United States and Canada, to whom orders must
be addressed.
Principal Depot, 458 Broadway, c0rne"r Grand St., New
York
Sold lit "Wheeling, wholesale and retail by
1. 11. FATTKKHOK &> Co.
JfiOi 33 Monroe st.
Pittsburg?FLKMJNG <fc BROTHERS, Ro. 60 Wood
at., and by Druggists generally jel5-3m
AFFLICTED READ'l!
Philadelphia lUrdiuil House? Kstabliah"d 20"
yenr's ago by Dr- Klinkelin, corner Third ami Onion
Jsts. between Spru'-e'and P?ne, Philadelphia, Pa.
INVALIDS
Aie apprisejl that. Dr. KLNKKLIN confines his practice
to a particular brunch or medicine, which engages his
undivided attention. llo cautions the unfortunate
against the abuse or mercu.y; thousands are annually
mercurialized ou* of lire. Recent affections are promptly
extinguished.
TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the treatment of aclasis or diseases hitherto ljeglected
and imperfectly understood, has enabled DR. IvlNKK
L1N, {.Author of a icoikon Setf Preservation,) lo piove
that nine lemhs ot the causes ol nervous'debility, local
and constitutional weakness, menial and physical suffer
ing, are traceable to certain habits, lorming the most ?e.
cretyet deadly and fatal springs of domestic misery and
premature mortality.
TAKE rARTICULAR NOTICE.
There is an evil habit sometimes indulged in by boys, in
solitude, often growing up -with them to manhood, and'
which, if not reiormed in due time, not only begets seri
ous obstacles to matrimonial happiness, bui gives rise to
a aeries ol" proiiactcd, insi ious, and devastating affec
tions. Pew ol those who give w - to this pernicious
practiceare awaie ol the conscquei.. s, until they find the
nervous systems >hatte ted, feci strange and unaccounta
ble (eatings, and vague fear.- in the mind.
The uhlortuimte thus afflicted becomes feeble, is una
ble to labor with accustomed * igor, or to apply his mi d
to study; his step is tardyond weak, lie is dull, irieso
lute, and euga.es in his sport with Irs* eneigy than usual.
11 he emancipates him&cir helot e the pructice has done
itswoiSt end euti-r niutiimouy, his marriHge is unfruit
1'ui, and his sense tells him that this is caused by his early
lollies. These are conaiderat.ona irhic/i shvtibl awaken the
attention of those similarly situated.
MARRIAGE.
liequi-esthe fullilnieut of several conditions, in order
that it may be really the cause of mutual happiness.?
Could the veil which now coveis the origin ol domestic
wi etched uess be raised, audits ti uc souice in every in
fctai ce disclosed?in how many cculd it be traced to phys
ical disqualifications and their attendant disappoiutnieutl
Apply then, while yet in time, in order lo have your un
strui g and relaxed organization rebmeed, revivified and
8t lengthened.
REMEMBER.
He who places himsclt under Dr. Kinkelin's treatment
may religiously confide in his liouoi as a gentleman, and
>ely upon the assurance, tnat the secrets of Dr. K.'s pa
tients will never be disclosed
Young man?let uo raise modesty deter you lYora mak
ing your case known to one who, from education and re
spectability, can certainly befriend >ou.
Too many think they wilj conceal the secret in their
own hearts, ami-cure 1 hems-el\e>\ alas I how often is this
a ratal delusion, and how many a promising young man,
who might have been an ornament lo society, has laded
lroiu the earth.
Strictures 01 tly; urethra are rapidly removed by the
application or a thei ape-ureal agent, used only by l)r. K.
Weakness and constitutional deltility primptly cured, and
full vigor, restored.
COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Can have (by stating their case explicitly, together with
all their symptoms,. i>er letter enclosing a remittance,) Di
li's medicine, appiopr.ated accoidingiy.
Forwarded to any part or the United States, and pack
ed sccuie from damage or curiosity.
RBAD ! !
YOUTH AND MANHOOD.
A Vigorous Life or a Premature Death, Dr. Kinkelin on
Se f-Prescrration.?Only 25 tents.
t is a work eminently required, us a means of reform
ing the vices of tlieaga in which we live. Also
NATURE'S GUIDE,
W ith rules for the prolongation of life, just ft om the press.
A letter with a lemittance or 'Jo cents, or the \alue ;n
post stamps, addressed to?l)r. KlSKKLIN, Philadel
phia, Pa , will secure a copy or either or the above books
by return of mail, or 12 copies will be sent Tree ofpost
aye lor St. iiookselclrs, cauvasse s, traveling agents,
tVc., supplied wholesale at the publishers prices, which
admit oi a large profit.
DCS*All .etlcis must be postpaid. jel9
ERUPTIVE DISEASES.
IT has now becomfe a settled ract, acknowledged by the
best Physicians orour city, that in the euro or Scrofula,
Tetter, and many other diseases, HRKNYMtroKR's Pi.trin
Extract or Sarsaparilla aNo Dandelion, is decidedly
above all other preparations. It speaks for itself whenever
used; and although we haVe never taken'the pains of hav
ing it published through the papers, or. appointing agents
for the sale of it, yet ws^re almost weekly receiving or
ders from Vermont, New York, Ohio, Kentucky and other
states, by persons, who by so'hie chance means havofieard
of its wonderful curative powers. The following is Irom a
gentleman of Vermont a few days since, who used it for a
very serious disease:? "
Dkar Doctor:
Tl?e two bottles or medicine I got from you
wheuin Wheeling, have nearly cured me; please send roe
some more by Express.
.Yours Respectrully.
It is now prescribed by nearly all the Physicians or our
city, rot as a quack medicine, for we havd made them ac
quainted with the component parts; and We now say to all
such as we have not the opportunity or making it kn,otvu
. to, that it is end rely free from all minerals, and is not in
thfe least incompatible with any or the preparations of|o
diue, Fowler's solution, or other properties.
To be had at Pax tori & Cake's, and F. Yahrling, and sold
wholesale and retail by
BRBNTL1NGKR & ARMSTRONG.
Monroe street, opposite Washington Hall, Wheeling Va.
July 21, '52. * g ;
SAAC HOOK. .JAS. M. UO
I. nop! A. SON.
Attorneys at law & land Agents,
Murthall G. H., Va., MoundnilU.P. O ,
WILL practice In Ohio, Marshall, and Wetzel counties.
Particular attention will be given to collections and
Laud business. All kinds of land constantly for sale.
ap21-1ydrtrtw
'PHII.A DIOLl'HIA
Curtain Warehouse,
171 Chestnut-Sl?- Philadelphia, opposite the State Howe.
K1KIVRV XV. 8AFFOBU,
[MPBJLTM AND DtAUl IN CURTAINS, CURTAIN MA
TERIALS, AND Fuit.HTURE COVERINGS,
WHICH he offers at the lowest market prices,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The stock comprising, in part, the following:
Curtains; Gilt Cornices;
Embroidered Lace ? _
Do Aftalin Ho
Drapery Laces ?J- Muslins;
French Brocatells, all widths
and colors;*
Satin de Lai lies;
Damar.ks;
do Pins;
ilo Bands,
Cauopy Arches and Rings;
Cords, Tassels, Gimps,
Fringes, Curtain Drops,
<i-c.
Alar^estockor FRENCH PLUSHES, of all colors and
Qualities on hand.
PAINTED WJUDOIVSHADES, and HOLLANDS ot *11
colors for shading.
N. B. Person* ordering-Curtain,. wUl,ivethe meaiure
ortbe lieigbtti and width o' ho entire mune or window.
mart7-lvd?l-w r .
>Aoa Prime Bio CoOee, Ju?trec'ij *nd for sale by
The Nonpareil Nerve and Bone
LiiriMENT, Tj:zr
PREPARED BY H. H. CARR & CO.. PROM
A PRESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY DR.
WATSON CARR, OP- WHEELING,
LATE OF mORGANTOWN.
are you suffering 1
T3KOM KUeumatimin* Sore Throat, Croup, Difllcult
V BreatWn* Tooth-Ache, Tic Uotorcu*. Pain in the
brea.?tor Hide, Stiafn or Spasm, Head-Ache, Inflamma
tion, StiffiolnU, Cuts, Brtdses,Poison Sores, Fever Sores,
Pain or cramps in the Stomach, t hoi era Morbus, Cholera
Infantum, Cholic, Lainc Back. Chilblains, bites ol Poison
ous Insects or Rabid Dog?. Ague cake, Ague in the ttreast
or Face, burns, bruises, fhaflug, charred Uands, corns,
Conlraciiona of the Muscles-of cords, cuts of any kind,
Muscu.ar weakness, Paralysis, Piles, Kar Ache, Iflc'er*,
Sail Rheum, Scurvy, Sore Hippies, Sore Lips, Venereal
Sores, Scarlet Fever, or Any similar dUfase, you may test
ast-uted that in this article you have
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY,'
which not only removes pain almost instantaneously, but
penetrates to the seat of and entirely
ERADICATES THE DISEASE.
Some Will laugh at the idea or Any -composition curing
such a number ol disea&qr but if yo-? but reflect that these
diseases, though numerous In name, all arise Horn similar
causes, the proposition will icwm less extravagant; hut
were It ten times more so tot facts which stare us in the
race would Jorce the candid to acknowledge iismerit%| for
all who have used it themselves, or witnessed its viagio
effects on others, unite in declaring It just what ita-uame
(Nonpaicil)indicates, the bc*t Liniment knoitni.
TO THOSE WHO ^HINK.
Have you never noticed the striking a mllarity between
m*ny external and internal 'diseases having entirely differ
ent names? And has it'nevcr occurred to you that a rem
edy might bo prepaied which should be equally applicable
to both? This remedy is rfow offered you in the ? onpv
kk L Linimkkt, which docs not insult your understanding
by claiming to have been 'found in some burning htountxina
of Mexico or mighty caret of theearth\ but is simply the
Offsvrimo or SujkrckI being mild and slmplo in Its action
and yet levelling In its elfccts a power almost incredible,
?reaching the 111991 hidden siuows of man or beast,-?
and yet being Innoxious to the weakest Infant. It is also ?
by far tlte chea^e.tt.lAnlmcnt iu the market, being put up in
bottles ttrice a* large ns the majority,And.one-fourth larger
than the large*t, besides bolng move than four times an
Ntroug; we theielore offer it to you with pride and con
fidence, asaiiartide exactly suited to the wants of rich or
poor, high or low.
1 he unprecedented slse in which tho Nonpareil Liniment
is put urn and tlte vast expense of the materials used in it,
makes it impossible for us to pay Jbrthe printing ol the
hundieds of certificates we m.ght publish, nor do we deem
it uccessary, as thaarticle wheiover it is used wiVl certify
foritseir.
We would however refer those afflicted ones who have
so often been gulled by forged certificates and big assertions
to the following names, being but a few or the many-per
sous whose character for candor and veracity needs no
panegyric from us, and who having, fully lesled its virtues
iu the diflerent diseases for which it is recommended, are
prepared to speak or its merits as it deserves.
k Sold in Wheeling by james Maker, Kelts @ Caldwell, T
H Logan ? Co, IF K Ale lice, Panei sou <& CO , and by tho
principal Druggists of Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
August 17, ?d3 ;
IVom the Fairmont C Va.) Republican.
An IsvALUAbi.k: Mkdicink. ?It is but seldom wc fiml
among t be many remedies offered to the public for the cure
of disease', one we can consent to commend, or whnte vir*
lues we are able to discover, and have always >eduously
avoided giving uttei^nce to anything that might lead any
one to suppose that we placid any -faith in Lheir preten
sion*. But with reference to a remedy manu uctured in
this place, and which has become as familiar to the public
as household words, we speak Horn knowledge of its in
trinsic excellencies, its adaptation to many of the ills ol
li e, and the security with which it may be used. "We
sneak or the .Nonpareil.Nerve and Hone Liniment, prepar
ed by H. 11. Carr & Co., from a prescription furnished by .
Ur Watson Carr, late ol Morgautown, and now of Wheel
ing, 0110 or the most eminent Physician* in Virginia. ? Thla
Liniment is based upton the brbad minclpre that any reme
dy which will relieve external pain, will if properly com*
Mouuded.be equally effiaaciousJmemovlflB internal affcc. .
lions, a principle that has been successfully developed.?
It,is simply the offspring of Science, being mild ond sim
ple in its action, end yet revealing in Its cffects a power
inbre inoredible, reaching the. must hidden sinews-ol' man
aud beast?and yet being innoxious to t no weakest infant.?
It ia also by lar the cheapest Liniment in the market, being
put up in I ottles twice as large*a6 the majority, ai d one
fourth larger than the largest, besides being morothawrour
times a? strong. We coiumond it to those in want or a
gate and certain remedy.
"Uftt&ii Know I'hyHVlt."
An Invaluable Book lor 25 Cents
Every Family should hat>p a Copy.**
^/Ynfl*COPlKR aold in les4 thrill three months. A
UUUu new edition revised and improved; lusHssued
DK HUNTBK*S .MKDICAL MANUAL AN1) HAND
RUOK FOB THK A FFLICTED?Containing an outline
ur the origin', progress, treatment and cure of every form
i?r disease, contracted by promiscuous sexual-riutercourse,
by self abuse, or by stxunl excess, with advice for tlieir
prevention, written in a familiar style avoiding all medica
technicalities, and every thingthal would oflehd the ear o
decency, from the result or some twenty years successfa
practice, exclusively devoted to the cure or diseases 01 a
delicate or private nature.
To which is added, receipts for the cure of the above
diseases, and a treatise on the. causes, symptoms and cure
or the Fever and Agno.
Testimony of the Prof tutor, of Cbntetrita in Penn. Col
lege, Philadelphia?"Dr. HrmR's MkijicaL Manual," ?
The authpr ol tui?work, unlike the majority or thoSp who
auvei tiec to cuie the diseases or which it treats is a grad
uate or oue or ihe best colleges In the United States. It
affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfoitupate,
or to the victim ol malpractice, as a successful aud expe- .
rienced practitioner, in wfio>e honor and .integrity they
may place thc'grcatcst confidence. *
JOS. S. I.ONOSJIORK, M. D. .
From A. fYoodxcard, Jlf. D, of Pemu University, Philadel
phia.? It gives me pleasuie to add my testimony to the
professional ability or'the author or tho "Medical Man
u*?l." Numerous cases of Disease of the Genital Organs,
some or them or long standing, have come under my no
tice, in which his skill has been manilest in restoring to
perlcct health* in some cases wheie the patient has been
considered beyond medical aid. in tho treatment of Fein
itial weaknesses, or disarrangement or the functions pro
duced by self abuse, or excess of venery,"! do riot know
his ?uperior in the profession, (.have been acquainted
with the author somo thirty years, and deem it no more
than justice to him, as wen as kindness to the ui)lort:i
nate victim of early indiscretion, to recommend him os
one in whose professional-* kill and integrity they may
safely confide themselves.
Alfrot? Woodward, M. D.
?This is, without exception, the most comprchensiVCT
and intelligible work published, on tiit class or diseases of
which it treats. Avoiding all technical term*, it addresses
itself to the reason of its readers. It is fyee from all ob
jectionable matter, and no parent, however fastidious, car
object to placing it in theliands of his tons. The author
has devoted many year* to the treatment of the various
complaints treated of, and 'with loo little breath lo puff,'
nnd 'too little presumption to impose,' he lias offered to
the world at the met ely nominal price of 2o cents, the fruits
of some twenty years most Successful practice '?Herald.
?No teacher or patent should be without the knowledge
imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of
pain, mollification and sorrow to tne youth under tliei*
charger*?People's Advocate.
rrA Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing ol ?Hp**
tcr'8 Medical Manual,'says: 'Thousands upon thouaa^^s
or our youth, by evil example and the influence of the pas
sions, have been led into the habit 01 s'cll' pollutiou with
out realizing the sin apd rearlul consequences upon them
sol ves and thpii posterity. The constitutions ortjiousands
who are raising ramilies have been enTeebled, imot broken
down, and they do not know the cause or the cure. Any
thing that can be done so to enlighten and influence the
public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this
wido-spiead source or human wretchedness, would conter
the greatest blessing next to the religion fo Jesus Christ,
on the picsent and coming generations, lnte nperanc, (or
the use of intoxicating drinks,} though It has slain thous
ands upon thousands, is not a greater scourge to the hu
man race. Accept my thanks on belmir of the afflicted,
and, believe me, your co-worker in the good work/ou are
so actively engaged in.*
One copy will bo forwarded (uecurely enveloped and
poMago paid.) on receipt of 25 cents, or six copies for At
Address, COSDKN ?CO., Publishers, Box 1UG, Phila
delphia.
Hooksellers. Canvassers and Book Agents, supplied on
the most liberal terms. June 19-> r
Planished Tin Ware.
JUST ojiened.au assortmentorsplendid Planished Ware,
consisting ofcotfee and Tea Urns, chafing Dishes, Oys
ter Steweis, Vegetable Dishes, Disb Covers, Teapot*, Kgg
coolers, Stomach warmers, and painted Toilet sets?'a
beautiful article.' We respectfully solicit the aUention ol
the public t6 our varied and beautiful assortment of House
and Steam Boat furnishing goods
HpBBS, BAKNES CO,
. No28, Monroe St, near the Post Office,
novtO I Wheeling. Va
Wheeling Window Glass
MANUFACTORY.
THE partnership heretofore existing between Stocktoall
Hankerd ?fc Co, has been dissolved by the purchase oC. u,
Mr. llankcrd's right, title,'and interest, by Stockton ?&
Kussell.
The business wi'A be carried on under the name of
oct8 . STOCKTON, RUSSELL & CO
Wheeling. Oct 4.1KB
ok to your Coughs !
TO al /ouc.i^sare laboring under Coughs, Colds, Hoarse
ncss, Pains in the Breast, Spitting Blood, &c., wo
would honestly recommend tho use of Brentlinger's Com*
pound Syrup or Boneset^. as a pleasant, sate ?iid?pe?<dy.
cure, ltcan.be had at Messrs. Paxtoh & La.kk'8, end ot
tho Suspeiition Bridge, jirid'at
BKENTLINGER & ARMSTRONG'S,
ang2l- yr:d * Monroe street, Wheeling;
.? ? ? ? ? .
JTd Country Merohants.
MR. S. S. KNOX'having withdrawn from the firn. ol
McCIallen, Knox<fcCo., the remainiiigpartners have
associated with tliemMr: Chester.D. Knox, (brother or S.
S. Knox,) so long and favorably known in the trading public
?assumingtlie style orMcClallens and Knox.
Tliey would resneclftilly inform their old customers Cwho
have so long and liberally sustained them) andall ot her deal
ers in Boot&and Shoes, that their Fall Stock will be arriv
ing from the 10th to the last Or September.
Having been selected with the greatest care and bought
for cash, they flatter themselves thatin their FallStock^of
Boots and Shoes they can hold out inducements In quality
and prices superior to any' ever offered in the market. To
Country Merchants ontbeir way cast, they would be pleas,
cd to exhibit their stock, and post them inprices, fearlessly
Challenging a comparison with the markets or Baltimore and
Philadelphia. faepfll ? MnCLA LLKNS KNOX
I|~^jUAN7?CAinr6rTjoT7^vc just received 110 boxes
Xj of tobacco, !n addition -fo their latgc stock. Call
round at No..SI, and .?ee a specimen of the ??Culifornl
golden bar Tobacco," intended for all "wlio love a g<rt>a
thing.*' Also .a lUrge lot of Imported Solarsjust t oh and
Advtce,
IF yon ere troubled with a cough; pain in the breast or4
any affection ol the Lungs?Use Brentlinger's Com
pound Syrup of Boneset.
1 r you are afflicted -with Rheumatism, have received
bruises'or sprains^ or your hands or feet are frost bitten
or chapped?Use the Berger or Spinfc and Mnscle Lini
ment*, and
Should you be affected with Scrofula/ or any Ai?a?e
arising from impurity of too blood, or tto injudicious use
of mercury..by all means ptocure Brentlinger's Fluid Ear
tract of Earsaparilla and I>andeUon.
5hese remedies have been tried by hundreds, and in all
?a have given satisfactory evidence of their superior
efficacy over every other medicine in the cure of these
complaints, for which they aro recommended.
To be had at
^ , w:. BKENTLINGER * ARMSTRONG'S
Apothecary, Monroe street,adjoining the McLure House,
dec24'62
JlpgHgwp
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS.
James P. Perot.&, Brothexw.yn
FLOUR AND GRAIN FACTORS,
4tN0BTU
io-n.rerl.,- I'hllacIel^Mo, Pn
FOKSYTH ?c HOPKINS,
W.M, T.
HB1SKKLL A L'o.,
WM. A/rOOY,
w>v18:lyd J. H. MI Li KK A Co.
tcsr-H. O. Bakes & Co., will mal c advuuces on connlgu
1 rents.. r
Hoskins, Heiskell & Co.
IMfORTKRP AfiP JOSDKH* OK
8TAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
TXAVE removed totlieh new Iron Hulldinjr. 913Market
Jn and 31 Commerce st , PHILADELPHIA. spl7:ly
Anspaoh* Co.
WHOLESALE. DRY OoODS STOKE,
Afe7G NorUi Third st. corner of Chefryt Philadelphia
John Aiifijinch. Johto P. Jacohyj.. Juim .M.'Reed;
WiHiam Anspacht.. HenVy R Falrman. ' ?epl7nl?m
Wolles, Ballard 6c Co,
iMi'O'ttiers A*n jnmikitH :n
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
119 Mark*I afreet, Philadelphia.
WJ~ B. At Co. have also opened a warehouse fior the
Yf ? reception and sale or Western Produce. Partic
ular attention will be given to consignments of Wool,
Flour, it a ton and Tobacco.
REFER TO?John (Joahoi n, Esq., } Wheellne
Thos. Johnston, Jr., Esq. S 1
David Farrier. Esq. Clarrington, O,
, John B. Daviess, Itsq. Portland, O.
Absalom Kidgely, Esq. Obio co V.a,
James Means, Esq. nicuoenvme, u?
(Pql. B. P. Kki.ly, formerly or Wheeling, Is engaged
In this House.) sepgO-dty
C. Tavr, Jr. & Co., Weilsourg, Va.
q. Stcubcnvitle, O,
or Wheeling, Is en
oepxg
Odd Pellowa.Maaona.IKec lien, Houi of
Temperance
And other Sooiety Regalia,
Banners, Seals and Jewels, manufactured and sold
by Oibbs Smith, No, 73 Italtiinore Slrcct,
- Baltimore, Md.
? THB??ortmciitusiiia^(mhi^rd consists of
Odd Fcllotv'?Grand and Subordinate Lodge and K: ?
i 4 ?>'aM * vccmpraeni. ?< ? ; ?? U
4 4 Past Grand and other Officers, plain ana
4 4 embroidered.
, 4 1st; 2d, 3d, 4th and 6th l>egrce Parade Ke
4 4 gullaa.
' J Pichly embroidered Encampment Parad
Regalias.
Masonic?Knights Templar, Royal A-.~h, and Mastef..
*? Jewols.Ttobes, Banners, S-\ ords, Ac.
Sons of Temperance?National, Grand and! Subordlna.
Divisions?Officers and Members..
Red Afen?Sachems, Past Officers, and richly embrbidet
3d Degree Workingand Parade Regalia.
JEWELS
or thet various Orders, ol Silver, Gilt or Plated Metals,
ncluding Knights. Tjiragla^wU^^Dirks.)
Banners oravery size, style and cost, adapted to the va
rious Orders and Societies, manufactured to order) and De
signs Tor Banners, whbn required, furnished Tree or ex
pcuse, showing the style or the same when finished. A Isn
ROBES, SASfcES, COSTUMES, OAPS. Ac,
Comprising thO'largestasortmentto be round In the U..B.
LODGES* ENCAMPMENTS* DIVISIONS AND
TRIBES;
Wishing to fit up their Halls, or supply themselves with
Parade or Working Regalia, Banners, A c,, can depend up'
on having their orders satisfactorily filled, by calling on or
addressing GIBBS.de SMITH,
Regalia and Banner M turers, 73 Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md. ?
gr G. T. PRY, Age in , Wheeling. Vq. pctft-tf
Gwyu at. Kern, ?
*Vportrr.n?,l Jobbers of l.ry v ^ri,.
* ,7 Hanover Street.
OPP ? BALTIMORE, Md.
obojeiC.d terms, a
l: ? nwr2r?-utf
.TOBACCO AND '
General Commission IVJerohants.
No. 67 South Otr Stiikkt;
* Bultioiore.
r> .. ? . *KFKR*KcKSJ
Lo?e, .Martin 4. Co. ,1? "
Tlm?. J. Carton 4-Go. - 3,"
Pollard, llird 4-Co. J
w. iv. S.Sriver, do "
E?,^th8' Hopkins, do
Rhodes + ogiibejr, Bridgeport.
T. BKLT.
belt & BOWIE, "" ?*
TOBACCO AND GENERAL
Produce Commission Merchants.
? 1 Ellicott Street, Baltimore.
Hnn Tl n ^ ? RKPKRKNCK$|
gSMtefci: ??"*.-* ?
Fitrge.ald ,)? Jlsgruder,
Lons 4- Byrn, 0
W?b. Rowland .hCo.-Loulsvllle.
rorhyrlia 4- Hopkins?Wheoling.
James R.- Baker. do B
??L.EW. GQ3NELL & Voir, ?Uar""-1"
COMilJSSION MERCHANTS
COUIV i'Rt PKODIICE,
71 Bowly'8 Wharf, (South St )
,, ' ^^c?,BALTiM0RE
0. Brook. Pres't Western Dank. )
f Baltimore.
Wm. T. selby, ?) '
*?&SS2??,**"? }w "?????
A.J. W heeler, ?)
"n,"-."u^,r,Vco. }ClnCin~?
Webb, Roland + Co.* )
Tj&8S?i?T Irvine.
les?e Hook. Waynesburn, Pa. fJan?S
~ TABB, SHIPLEY & CO! ~
' ? ? <1 B ? ? e r a. I p r o <1 u e r
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
51 Light Street, Baltimore. '
? n - , ? JWrEIiSNCBS:
?> 5Li "?"? K?l. C??lrierBauk or Baltimore.
L^sh">r -Mcrchknla' Rank.
' fcs3',V"hi<""Con' A' furnuri' Bank.
MrJ?RfcB.Hk'.Ur?r&0?' W"P.Cli"E
MrK B Sweaiiugen, , "
_tt-g"OaKh ad vanccs made on consignments. dccC
J<I!52J ,?1ft' ? john- M. WTCLUS,
0/=mb? gist & *?
Produce Commission Merchants,
No. 39 South Howard Street,
. S?"d * 1",1lcuIlr attention raid to
ZanJi&uMM?' ' 1,t0ml,t '"tun"i-' Advance, made 01.
REFTRENCE8?
Brooks, Tibballs + Fultcn, Baltimore.
Cole 4- Howard, . do
Brooka, Son + Co. do
Slinglufl", Knsey Co. do
Brown Kirkpatrick. Pittsburgh.
James Dalzell. do
Wheeling. CJo!??6
.Pendleton & Brother.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IN LKAF TOBACCO, COTION, AND PKODUCt
n ? . .. GKKERALLY,
Pendleton'* Wharf, A"?. 120 Lower End 0/ Smith: Dock
REFEKEKCES: IMORK.
Huch Jenkins ?fc Co. *)
w \&\UHO & So,l&* r Baltimore..
wm. Wilson &Sons, )
Edwin Wortham*'c t o.")
Areh'ld'Thomas <& Son, > Richmond.
Hugh W. Pry, j
Rhodes ?r Oglebay, Bridgeport, Ohio.
Tweoil, SiWey iV Wright.-)
JoscphC. Bmier & Co. > Cincinnati.
John Creigh, J
Otia J. i'SafeeT' } Charleston, ,s. C.
Gordon ?& Co., Loulavllle.
James M'Cully, ?)
B'gwnA Klrkpatrlck, j. Plttaburj.
D. Lamb,"Esq. Cash. N. W. Bank, 1 '
f..11 RdL?S;c"'h-M& W-B*?it'
Josiah T'iblcy/Hambiirg, 5J. C.
HenrvA. Shrorder, Mobile, Ala.
A. L. Gaines. New Orleans. ap2S-fim
~ THE LONDON :
Watch and Jewelry Store
.. . , ATO 10 LIGHT STREET,
(4 ioore from Baltimore it , oppo?u Jountain Hotel,)
mu?. . Baltimore. 'J
1 ' alter twenty years' experience in (be
tVhr0 Hi Europe, would inform citizens and stranserR
&? JJ^ toragood Watcb, that, lorqualityof work
cUhfJ? I*'*'1*'" compeUtloni be having r?
f? )hi. for obtalulns Kiki Lokuok Watchu, which r?IL
tte " ~Ty I'0S'<!SS' beIn? Ter.enoUy ac^lntei wlX,
thejnost eminent Lojjdoiiiiiainjlacluiers.,
, , J- ALKXANDKR,
M' FrJVctl''. R?*"' ^re>""'ge, London.
T?.. , PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. ^
nnr^i^VTry* ?*ve on'9""1 Into |? rlocrshlp, for tha
ande,;u<Kraocr^,o?.tch?4is;e*ale ,obaeco hUxStm'
LLOYD I&GAN,
JOS.G.BAKKR,
yAHTTcfA?RN?A
mH^erioultural Warehouse!
J kindinf"?1pow PreP***d.lo nil orders for .11
fstraH .V! Z Implements, havejust icceivedi
Mraw and Hay Cullers, assorted .
Virginia Corn SheUe.s, d?
? her nHmieter Chums,
Geddes' Barrows)
Ox Yokes,
Meat Cutters;
(J?Mam studerai
?cSdawIm 1 '"^a'pkK ?ll ROTH RRR, ?uliw?
20Of^ ? -
10 'liSSJ UO'U 1,011 <? very kup?ilor aruci.j loi-wi by
JAMES HAKEK
w MACKEREL
J59 dcl'l ' *Kd S> J"?, reived ?"-ItorMte^y^
-i-? 5
SSBKpaiCKvnpen
ZJr Hall's Celebrated Pulmonic Elixir
TOOK the perrtaHont cuie orcou.-hs, colds, consumption.
I biuuclilLis, a.thma. I' (iuonui, croup, whooping cougb,
Inflamation oftho broncho* aud hoarseness,cauaed'by pu!?.
Me ?pe*klngl and all aflectloua if the organs or reaplrs
Warranted the pleasantest and t>e*t medicine for dlseas
cso thelungs ever aold in America.
In pri-wlillne till* rwdieiiid lo the public f.e have the
Jects upt n tbe constitution. aneaube adiululalored wltb
out any Tenr or mlnerul poison-, for it contaiua none.?
The fact, that a large portion or the *uireri?g,. and death
throughout t e dountry> ia cau*ed liy dj?case or the organs
ql respiration, consequent upoflexpusuie and cold/faaaln
uuced us to put it wiihla the raa?h or every individual
who. may need a re >?djr iliat lias pioven itself so invalu
'I'lils medicine is the result or a long expiriente, and
study ortl?>?e diaoesesor Ihe luugi, which an so freqoeftttn
uiircliang".b(j climaleiand we claim It to bejn adva.ice
or all inediclm-acvcr before dlfcuvcrcd fur tbuae peculiar
eompi lints, an iinpioveiueut up-n all, and consequently
upoi lor to all otlwra.
We shall make no oitrsvagin' assertions of Its efficacy
in curing dl>cm*?. 1'ke tbe venders or too many nostrums,
who deceive all who trust them, uor shall we hold out any
inducements which experience doesndt justify.
Ifpatieuta wi|ipersevere In tin use or this medicine,
and use Uaadimcted. they will be cured til every Instance
that It js jiol beyond the power or medicine, there are
nun erpua persons now enjoying the olessUlgs or health and
reliewed life, as ty were, who olnerwifie would have long
since been In their grave, but for the timely and perseve
ring 'uae.oi this inypluafcle remedy. Ills not pretended
that it is Infallible in eve*y stage or consumption, hut we
know U to bi lie^r adapted to the varlou- diseases oltho
respiratory organs than any other Medicine ever offered to
tba nubile. All wa ask is a trial, and lit o very instance, If
used freely according to I he directions, and If perfect satis
faction i? not giv-n. the money will be returned.
Genuine ulglied K. ttavt A CO. For aala by JAMBK
llAKKlt, Druggist, Wheeling, Va. Also, by Druggists
?jer.eral|?! throughout tiie countrv. apo-iy
GRUAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
DH
?j?sb?Spared from Rennet; or the
Fourth Stomach or the Oi,
after the directions of iia
i on Llebie, the great Physi
ological Chemist, by J. S.
Hooofrrnx, M. 1>., Phila
delphia. Pa.
This Is Natork'b own
l1?kmkdy for an unhealthy
stomach. No art or man
caneqifa! itscuratlve powers. it contains no Alcohol,
Hitticrs, or Nachkocb Droob. it is extremely .
agreeable to the taste, and may be taken by tho .uost
feeble patiei ta .who caunoteata water cracker without
actite distress. ? Beware orDauooieDImitations. Pepsin
is NOT A DROO.
Qall on the agent, and get a descriptive circular, gratisj
giving a large amount of .S?".kntikh: Evidknck, from Lio
liig's Animal t'bemisti y; T)r. Combe's Physiology of'Dl
gestlon; l?r Perclraon Food and Diet; Dr John W. Dra
per, of New York ynlvei sltyj Prof. Dunglisou's Physiolo
gyj Pio'r.'SUliman* ol Yale'Collegc; J>r. t^rptfntjer's Phys
iology} etc:, together with reports ofcimics from all parts
or the United States. ' -
? I. H. PATTERSON. 33 Monroe street* WHEELING,
Wholesale and HetaiMcent., [email protected]
~ SPUING DKE&S. GOuL>S.
WE have jyist opened a spleodid assortment of Dress
Goods, or the numerous styles and qualities ^lco^
latcd to piease eyery ore.
mr4 ' - MrNAIR <fr HKRVEV
bhlb iNo 1 Castur'uitjuSt i&'Uand tOrsaie uy*
J>n3l J A MKS BAKER
' ? ' " To the JLeCdles!
w
c. iiBvajirai rcccivcu, ai me sign oi tne Dig red boot*
the mo*t beautiful and complete a*sort? ent or la
dies. misses and .children's Shoes ever pre?euted in 'this
market?
00 pair ladles Philadelphia Gaiters;
* t'W do ' do Slippers;
300 do do Jeuiiy l.inds;
Misses' ANl) CIIILDRSn's WORK.
fOO pa> r misses boots and shoes of every variety}
1000 ' children's do do do do
OKNTLKMKN'8 WORK.
. 100 pair,Gents fine boots;
iuO do flue Monroes;
800 do* ' patent leather Oxford Tics;
100 do do Jersey do
100 .do do Congress boots;
125 do buckskin Oxford Ties;
16 do do congress boots;*
*108 do col'dclo'h do ?
250 do patent leather Weuafer Ties.
Gentlemen are respectfully iuvited to call and examine
at the sign of the Hig Red Boot.
ap8 MrCLALLENft & KNOX._
I m) PKs. men's patent leather Congress Washingtoiiians
1 & ?t mytj O.AK HALL, 123 Main at.
U8T roceived? ' ~
70 doxen of Haltlmore Shaker brooms;
1000 busii. blue and Moicor Potatoes;
1 bbl. ol maple country-cake Sugar;
4000 lbs of country bacon Hams;
1000 bushels of Oat*;
1000 do corn;
1000 ilo dried apples; j
1000 do dried peaches;
4000 lbs. of side bacon;
COO do Joivls;
100 bbls. super extra Family Flour.
myS A RTDGF.LY. ,
^ HATS AND CAPS. '
JUST received, a largo lot or gents and youths fine silk
Hats, Mew York, Philadelphia and Haiti mo re styles.
? S. D. HARPER & SOW.
U>. <*ewill's and Thus, liluudeli's celebrated Kail way
_ Time-keepers, iu gold and silver hunting caseB; war
ranted to portorm equul to any watches in the world.
ALO?Jos, Jbhnson snd other fine watches always on
hand and for sale at C.P. BROVVF'S,
dcl9 Monroe street
, BONNETS.
TTfTEhave this day received a choice variety or Bon
f T nets, coinpiising several very desirable styles; vizi
Plain Straw bonnets Caoft finish) extra fiuish, for ladies
| and misses.
Heal Part* bonnets, a few exceedingly beautiful.
Rutland, split Straw, French Lace do.
With an immense variety ol other styles, Tor ladies and
and misses; also a full stock of Bloomers and Flats, for
misses.. . ...
[apll HB1SKKLL & Qn.
"! BBLS. Spta. T- rpentlne, for sale low
X\9 derft JAMES RAK?R
No. m j MEW STOKB. [Ne. 143.
NEW STOCK ^ M. McNeal & Co's | tniw style
Oak Hall Triumphant!!
WE are now receiving apd opening the most desirable
stock of Boots and Shoes. Hats and Caps, Trunks
and Valises, Carpetings, Ac., that has ever been ottered
to the trade of tne city and vicin'ty, at the business stand
lie* et more known as W. W Jimeson's; therefore we give
notice that we are in receipt of and receiviug the bett se
lec ed stock or Goods
WUiqJi we are bound to sell.
To one and all, so give us a call.
providing low prices will not give offence. apl3
hhESS GOODS, &c.
PLAIN and fig'd Ha rages, in b'ue, pink, lavender, tan,
ashes of roses, green and-b'ack;
Kich Fiench Organdies;
Plain Lawns, in salmon, blue, pink and tan;
Fig'd 1-awns, in great variety;
French Chintzes; ?
Plain and corded Silkst
Plain Vouslin Be Laities: just received.
myt6 , HKISKAt.L & Co.
. WINDOW BLINDS.
PLAlJf Green Oil ('loth, Lauescape, Transparent and
Paper Window Blinds, in great variety.
? For sale by WiLDB & BROTHER,
tnyl3 . cor. Main and 'Tmon ats
b'KliSH UYSTErtS.
JUST received at 81 per can, and warranted .
jan3l T M PARKER
O/tfHl bottle* Japan boot and shoe 1'olish. lOr sale
^KJVJXJ by J. B. VOWKLIi,
| mylfl ? ; -24 Union ?t.
GKHAT BARGAIN.
XW1LL ?ell my lease and fixtures of the best siard as a
Confectionery and Ice Cream Saloon in the city, on
1 reasonable terms
Enquire at this office or of
I?pl0 . r J. ROBINSON. Market st.
If UK KEN 1 .
AN K W two story Kiick Duelling, pleasantly situated
on the Island, and coutaiiiiiiff five rooms. Kent $125
per allium. Possession given immediately.
Enquire at tho Insurance Oflke of Messrs. Dorsey &
Arthur. *? iny6 ?
GOODS BY EXPRESS.
ORGANDY MUSLINS}
Kreuch Jaconet;
Piaiii Harcges;
Nainsook Muslins;
Dott'd Swiss Muslins;
Colored snd black Fringes;
Corded snd Flounced Skirts;
Second Mourning Bonnet Ribbons,
French Chiutxes; w
Plain French Lawns, in colors, etc: etc,
I Received this day by
roy29 HE1SKELL & Co
SUGAR CUBED HAMS.
T>HlPPS & CO'S. sugar cured Hams;
! XT 30 casks Evans <Se Swill's sugar cured hams;
10 tierces do dried beef;
Just received and will be sold ie\y by the cash;
my27 GORDON. M VlTHKWS & Co.
[DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY A MANTLE?
PF* you do, you can find a first rate cholcea't
L i * W. 1). MOTTK Ac BRO.'S
and save mon&y by going there to buy one. my?2
I TFk I M W I LBS. Smoked ShOutdei's; "
I J,UUU 25,0p01bsdo Ham-.
L . Just reeeived and for sale by
my2T GORDON, MATTHEWS & Co.
I ~ PARASOLS?BONNETS.
A LAKGK vnriety ol Paiosols in tlx mo?t desirable
colors.
Bonnets, misses' Hats and bonnets aud boys hats.
Just received by
>nr*0 __ HEISRKLL Co.
Remoyai. :
THE subscriber hss removed his large and splendid
stock of Fashionab'e Hats and Caps, to the Union Hall
maiding. No. 85, (recently occupied by Johu Elliott.) two
doors south of the North Western Bank
? ' W. W. J1MRSQN..
7 LtJOK HERE. ;? -
"\T ORE bonnets have arrived at tho store oT
iTJL my22 _ W. D. MOTTE A BHO.
liMtker Brltingand Lace Leather.
FINEassortmeiiLjuat received at lowest rates from
a celebrated Kew York manufactory.
myl9 RALSETT & Co. ?
>. [Yonng America copy.J
1 O ??"'* patent leather Congress Gaiters, sewed}
*\J a superior article at
myg O AK HALL, 123 Main at.
M BROIDERIES?
30 ps richcambrip Flonncings;
20 * Swiss and cambric Edgings;
35 ' Varieties of lace, cambric and Swiss Collarst
12 doz. lace, cambric and Swiss Sleeves;
8 ? very rich robes embroidered, In cambric aud
book muslins;
15 * Sleeves spd linen cambric HdkMs.
z Just received by
r-5 . HE1SKELL & Co.
A
E
;'/y curtains,
CURTAIN MATERIAL,
if JbmiMn r ?? ??
CURTAIN STORE,
,.Xo. im ^ ?-'?
IT K tan alwajr?in store a ftill stock ol
French Hrocatellsiall wWtlja * ? g|
and colors*,
ieskmstisr
French Motiuetle)
Wo Plushes|
?Loco Mil Muslin Curtains
oreVerv style ind price.
S?,rcJrX,,?1C0VC,'i0-1
Gilt Pins and Honds\
G irons, Fringes)
Corils. TasaeU, &c.
?H. V. Painted WfNDOlV SHADES* of all allies and
Plica*) Btiir Holland's) Shsde Fixtures, Hrasses, 4t.| ami
ererutMnf complete far Curliim, of the newest Paris
uXdA or \Mfiitw,;
/mine*, can have their Curtains made and trimmed in the
i?e?t maimers soe Fashion Plates in August number of Go*
doy*a Lady's Bonk. ~
Steamers, hotels, CAR b\JlLD^RS,and /lexers gea?r
altjrVsupplied at the loioest wholesale prices.
. f WVH'. OA RHYL,
Importer of and Dealer in Furnishing Goods,
169 CJiestnut street, comer ofVllth,
marl 7-1 ydtfrw Opposite tlrr Sfsff JToiry*. Philadfc.
Jf aper .Warenouse.
(TTRus w. Yield f co.,
C0MM1SS ON MERCHANTS.
No. 11 Cliff Street,
NEW YORK.
Are Sole Agents iu the United State* for
MUspraft'ssuperior Bleaching Powdrfr. "
. Victoria Mills.Cvlebraicd Writing Papers.
Russell Superior ?? 44
Genesee" ??' Printing "
Rawlins <fc Sons' English Tissue , *J
First quality Ultramarine Blue1
They are al*o Agentsfpr the principal Paper Manufacture
ere in this country, and offer lor Sale by Tar the most ex
tensive and and desirable'stock oi Paper and Paper AJanU'
faclurera' Materials ihdl can be lofcnft lii this or any other
country.
Their buaineaa ft strictly wholesale,and Writing Papers
are sold by the case only.
Their extraordinary facilities enable thenrto offer all
Gooda, both Foreign and Domestic, at the lowest posaible
pricca.
Paper made to order, any sire or weight. Liberal ad
vancea made on consignmenta of Paper, Paper Alafcera'
stock and ot|ier tnercbandize. > - .
The highest maiket price, paidjn cash Toj: all Hinda b
Kegs. augl-ly.
Williams and Brother.
. (rKNKKAL GKOCKKS AND
COMMISSION MERC HA NTS,
Corner Carv and Pearl Streets,
Richmond, Va.
E?"Offer their ad" vices for the sale of all kinds of Pro
duce and Manufacture*. Goods for tbem may be shipped
by the Bait, de Ohio Railroad to Baltimore and consigned
to Jacob Brandt, Jr., agent for the 1'owhattau Steamboat
Cn.f or Charles Peudergast, agei.t or the Balto. and Rich
mond line or Packets, either of whom will receive and
forward them without charge. -
_ R EFERENVESi
Jas R. Baker, Ksq. ")
Aaron Kelly,
8. Brady.. -
Morgan Nelson, ' f Wheeling.
I?r. M. H. Houston,'
1
Mi ssrs. Sweeney dcSomJ
Messrs. Lewis &Ges.?7assan,
V J. C. Sellmaudc Son, V Baltimore,
4 Love, Mai tin 4-Co. J
Judge Jnd. Bvockenbrough, Lexington, Va.
9:lind ?
Jan19ilmd
jdumpnroya, Hoffman & Koons,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OF
Flour, Pork) Bncon, JSceda nud Produce
C^nerallj-,
No. 47, Notih Wharves, and 95, North Water-st.,
, Pflll.ADK! PH!A.
ICS" Liberal advances will' be maileon receipt Bills La
ding.
Refer to Messrs. Fuksyt^s & Hopkins, Wheeling. jnl3
. :??? - DAN! EiriToWI.4ND~ ~
Brokerand General Claim Agenti
WASHINGTON. D.-C., - i
117"ILL give prompt and personal attention to.Claims
T Y before the Department, andother busiiuss entrusted
o him. Refer to JE^ 'B.' SwiuRiNdgw. ' , * ap2g-lyJ
LAYMAKBR & HASLETT,
COLUMBIA HOUSE,
t'hc?tni|t Hi., bclow7th,
I'lllLAUCLPIIIA.
BOA HP 81.80 VER I>AY. ' ' mr2C-dly
?u tVmivi'M unit soutberu lTlerckanu
Sexton, Seal & Swearingen,
I.MI'OICTiatS & JOBBERS
OF FANCY DRY GOODS.
No. 11, S. 4th st. between Market and
Chesnut Sts. Phil'a.
J. W. Sexton, L. Seal, A. Van Swearinukn.
OFFER to purchasers, the largestassortment of Fancy
Dry Goods in thecity. It comprises in part of
Hosiery of all kinds and qualities.
Gloves, Undershirts, Dress Shirts and Collars.
Woollen yarns of different shades and colors.
A lino assortment or Shell Combs.
do do do Buffalo and Imitation Combs.
Brushes of all desct lotions.
Dress and Tailors Trimmings of all klnds.^^
Burnetts, six cord col'd Spool Cotton.
Perfbmery of all kinds.
As well as a great many styles of goods ofour own iinpor
tation, whi(Jhwe cannot here mention, Slid which are'well
worthy the attention orbyers. We reel we can make it to
theirintercst to give ns atrial. septS
JOHN H. BROWN & CO.,
Importer? 4" Wholesale Dealers in
British, French and American
DRY GOODS,
No. 125 ITIarket Street, Philadelphia..
n!2:lyd ' .
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
Che stunt Strict, between 3d qnd Ath,
" PHILADELPHIA.
Bcu. 11. Woolmau. Proprietor.
. A first Class Hotel. Prices reducedl From $2,00 to
81,50 per day. 'jnarl7-tyd
\Vili I am l)ujtyk 1'.' A. Johns 3c Co.,
Wholesale dealers in Hoots, Shoes, Bonnets, Leg
horn, Panama and P.vlui Leaf* Hat*,
ALSO FUR,.SILK, A2W WOOL HA7S,
? ttS Market Street, Puiladklpiua.
marl7-lyd- . ? .* . ? ? ?
?. COL1IOUN. A. COVVTOK.
Colhou.ii & Cowton,
Pn0DU?E?0niRlI8810N MEKCHANTg
FOR TUB BAi EOF >
FLOUR, BACON, LARD, CLOVER SEED, &C.,
Broad St., Ea*t side, bet. Race 4* Cherry,
PHILADELPHIA.
Liberal advances made on Consignments, and when re
ceivcd by car :oads, free of drayage.
REFER to Forsyths <Sr Hopkins, Wheeling; wi?o will
moke ml vanceyon consignments. t apl6-ly
ISe?ijamin 11. Ijiglitfoot,
Hats, Caps, and. Ladies' Riding Hals
No. 41, North Second Street,
PHILADELPHIA. - *
Geo. W. Dnffy. Late of Chestnut St. marl'i-lyd
LLOYD & CO.,
Claim, Pension and Bounty Land
AGENTS, '
Fifteenth strset, opposite the Treasury,
- WASIIjNGTON, d. c.,
Cash advanced on Claim*. &c.
CLA 1 MS before Congress or the United States that have
been abandoned by other agents au ivorVtless,. have
beeh successfully prosecnted by us. Letters addressed as
?bove, post paid, will be promptly attended to.
aplovtf
rDWIH A.C'UBAUOU. r~~~~ . W?H. CLABAUUB
FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
fPHF. undersigned ha vjng purchased the lease and effects
X of that Qld established house, the Fountain Hotkl.
Light street, Baltimore, and having repaired and;re fur
nished at a heavy outlay, now offer to their friends and the
traveling public au establishment second to noi.e in com
lortand convenience. ??
The ladies' Ordinary, i?nd the suites of rooms attached,
will be found to afford the comforts of home to families,
while the sif nation of the house guarantees quiet repose to
all its patrons.
It is t e most central situation for the man of business,
being in the centre of business, affords as convenient ac
cess.to all the Railroad Depotsaaid Steamboat Landings as
any other hotel in the city. .
It will be the desire and pleasure of the proprietor to i
promote the comfor: of the guests Of the house.
ap7-ly CLAKATJGH BROTHKft.
Solid Daguerreotypes.
THIS latest discover) Is the wonder of thu age. The
picture assumes all the roundness and solidity oflile.
It also appears life-size, and in every point resembles the
living being. Nature is perfectly mocked, even to an in
dividual hair. Taken at WHITEHURST'S, over Camp
bell's Jewelry store, Baltimore street, in the city or Balti
more; also, in his Washington Gallery, and will soon be
introduced in all of his galleries, which may be found in
all the principal cities in the "Union.
Mr. TVhitkiujrst has the honor to announce that he ha*
just received a letter from the President of the United
States, informing him of theawardora Medal, Certificate,
and a copy of the Jaried reports at the World's Fair, Lon
don. ' mar30-tf
JOHN W. BELL. BENJ. DARBY
JOHN W. BELL & CO.,
fI,?CR &GEWRKAI.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Howard St., op])osite Centre.
Iyl4-ly HALTIMORE.
Tltu.. J. CARHUH>] [jOHltril C.RBOjT
T. J. CAKSON Ac CO.,
Western Produce and General
Commission Merchants,
41 & 42, Light Street,
Baltimore,
An'1 36, Water Street, New-Yotk.
' 0^"Liberal advances made on consignment*.
7^ llopltius Ac Mfalrehlld,
Merchant Tailors,
? 220 Baltimore Street,
BALTUIOKK,
IKV1TH the attention ofthe citizens of Wheeling totbelt
extensive aMortnent orcloths, cassimerrs ?n<t veat
inga, selected with greet care, from llio latest import*
tions.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
On t)ie sccond floor or their store, they keep a large as>
sortment of elegantly finished clothing, made by the bfcsl
hand and cut in tl>e most fashionable style. marlO 1yd
11 a re, Picrxon, llolllday & Co.,
WHOLKSALK DKALKRS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
No. 1 Hanover street, near Market,
BALTIMORE
Ricuaud Hari, IUnikl Holliday, ' r
William Pikrson, James Robinson.
PCg"Refer to the Merchants of Wheeling. margSly
MARTIN & HOBSON,
Flour and General Commission Merchants,
CORNER tPTAW and baf.TIMORK STS.,
martft-ly BALTIMORE
Soull & Thomp80n
IMPORTERS AMD WIOLK,,.,*
Tobncco, Collce, },L".''?*?. Oil.
ANB OTllKR ml!-,! I, ",W?|
Established la 1828,
DCS-THOMPSON REYNOLDS, iMerKL,,
louse. revpcctluIlT invites Wertern M.^
House.; respectfully Invito VferternMm,?'*'"*..!
hi ni a call. . "'"Mti U>H^|
i.e. Oi?rl?in. #. a. 7-^F
CANTIELD. BROTHER, &
22'J Baltimore Strcrt, Corner oU'if,
WHOI.KHALU IMPORTERS, MAlHIpV^'.
AND DUiiM IK FIN* WATOHIgj ?|C1, , W!'
SILVER, PLATED, AND ALB/tYA Wi.. nU|
FANCY GOODS! l*?
lhe'r,,M,w
OOLD AND SILT** VATCIIItsI
From thb most celebrated m^kera 1? Loon',,,, ?
ami Geneva?an extensive slock always kill,'
every one of which is guaranteed wpet&L^lM
time* "1%^
I SILVER WAIE OF OUR OWN MANUH?P. ,
Silver Tea and Coffee Sets, Goblets, Cim.?^
Castors. Walters, Spoons, Porta, Pie andfij***!
Ice Cream Knives, JiapkimHinss, Fish Knita/?*i
lira, 4f., ol now designs. ~
1 >LATEO WARE.
GoOeesnd TecBets. Urns, Tea Kettles,
Waiteis?Oval, Oblungaiiil round shapes
I Baskets,'Bpergness, Flower and Pruit sUniw*''''*
DIAMOND WORK i
A superb collection or Diamond Brac?l?u uj *
Broaches. Crosses, Finger Rings, full suite or 1!,5*6
suitable tor W edding Gills. .
rich JEWELRY!
This branch or our business Is notsurpu*4 v
IRblioincnt In the country) having woikinen MJ*5??
der our own supervision, constantly miking
ami by every steamer we are siivi'He.llro^u-v""0
ractories. which enabtaaus to give to our caw*0
latestrashlons, and atlow prices.
*ANcr goods! '
Writing Desks,-Work Boxes, Chess Men,on ?
kets, Cologne Bottlis, elegant Va?e?, I'irtjb, !,?"
Stalutea, Paris Uioutes, Fine Palnllngs, p,E7y**
.Tableland Work tjtands, Pinto Monnai^,-.?"1''-.
logne, French Kerruuieries, Rosewood Itiill,
si ng Case*; English SOai s, Tooth lirushe), Hair E^
| 4c. .
wruwi a lb ata ware!
. New Patterns ol Forks, Kpoous, Ladles, Ule-oim,,-.
I cle, wulch Is last superseding silver ware ?*
FPLENDID MANTLE OLOCEs!
Bronze and pilt Mantle Clocks of ele;uit design Un
I yellow, drab Ri'd white marble do; Fieucb PorcajT?
richly decorated. ' ?
W ATCIl Toon AJIO M ITEEIi LS, or the bestm^,._
1 stsntly kept on lisnd and carefully selected.
For the convenience or customers we likwtrttw,
large, siuelouii store, giving customers every Uci% w
Inspecting our extensive stock or Goods. Ailja^iJ
retail sales room, wa.liave. fitted up another ruoaT*!.
100 leet in depth, for the Wholesale Department.
I [Of*Every article fioi'l our establishment Ik mriuw
to bo sswxnl SS represented.
I oCS^Persous visiting BalUnio e, will do well to etiri,
our assortment. 'Ot*iIers fiom thecountiy will Wuuj
ed tora,th,u,lv.ndcPr?mp%Li)_ ^ ?
1 ' -J39 Baltimore fcU, K. Weitcnrneroa'tariH.
Sign or Qie Gblilea Hmj
Baltimore.- March g4.-dwlv.
c. j.l aamv. "'t"*-1'.. _ .. ?? <i?
LEREW, SANDER & Co.,
sDocmou or
charles FISCHER (l CO.,
So. 338 Racket Street, iehecen Uouard tnd ?klaa,
' ? BALTISTOKK
. IMPOBTKBN OF
German, French anU Eiuiltih Goth
SUCH AS
HosleVy, ? Drawers, ' Buttoei,
Gloves, Shawls,., T?pe?,
Laces, Fringes, ? hindnaj,
Threadsi ' Sewing Silk, Spool c3ln,
Under Shirts, Suspenders. Jtibboia,
Turkey Red Yarn, etc., etc
Scythes, Slates, - Vlpliim, Accortau,
Jews-Harps, Perc. Caps, . Guitars, HinuMku,
'Marbles. Look's glasses. Flutes. etc. tu
A-complete rssortmeut of COmbs and Fancy Cooti.
niaritfl-lvrtt^tw .
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
LOCATED KO. 127 BAT.TXMORX ST.
BALTIMORE, Md.
O K CHAMBERLIK would say to Ms friraditri
? patrons throughout the West, and toali roBB-m
desirous or learning Hook Keeping, that lie has di?p?d
orhis interest iu the Pittsburgh Commercial Colle^uf
permanently located himseir in Baltimore^ and iswvd
tlw head or one or the ntost^flourishing InstiiuticMiQ tfc
Unic.li The" facilities here dJTer^d ft>?' ocquitiii;*com
plete Mercantile education , are equal ir net superior, t?
those of any similar College in the West. lm!i*ideu
wishing to obtain situations when-qualified, will ffcdiru
their advantage to prepare tlicurioivca at- this edMsk?
I nicnt, as a large number orgebWmen (among vfcosare
''several rrom the West) have recent It complete* Mr
couise or study, and obtained desirable sUuatioKtiBwk
Keepers in this city. Forparticulars, term?, etc, wrce
and have a circular forwarded py mail. u
mai^-d^wty
Drakeley & Fenton,
(ZSTABLTSHED 1836.)
COMMISSION MBRC HANTS.
For the sale or Hon Products, Fi.oca, Bprraa, Wou,
Window Glass and OountrtProditi*,generally. Tk'
will alsc give attention topurcbasirgon/tomnussion.
387 Baltimore St., comer of Vaca.
BALTIMORE, Md.
m*r26-lyd?w
JOHN SULLIVAN &, SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF LEAF TOBACCO,COT
TtfJf, Flour, "Whisht, and Wsstkrx
Produce Genkrat.lt.
Camden St., near Light St. Wharf,
apl6-ljr BALT1MOKK.
A. SISCO,
l\o. 95 Baltimore Street, opporite Hollidat Strut,
R A l,T ? !tl OBK
WHOLESALK and Retail manufacturer ofOMFd
lows; Masonic,-Sons of Tempera nee, RedMfn'iul
other Utsaiia. Banners, Flags, l.ncls, elc.. UiliaiJ
Goods of ail kinds.
Stein & Brother*
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dtilersin
clothing,
No, 316 Baltimore Street, Uttcebi Houcrd and JUfcrtfSX
mar28-3m BALTIMORE.
REVERE HOuSB.
BY
jr. a iibfeijFingKr
OtNlNO THE DKVOT,
rnart8 Cumberland, Mil.
MoCLALLJENS & KNOX,
WHOLESALE AND RRTA1L DliALttH '*
BOOTS AND SHOES, MENS AND
Boys' Hats and Cttys, at ike
well known stand of the
BIG Rc.D BOOT,
E are now receivlngrrom our Eastern M?naf?ctnrin
Establishments, one or the largest and best nasties
turcdnssortmeutof Boots and Shoes, foi Fallans winto
wear, evevofToied in this or any other market. Tbepatt
been manufactured to order; according to our ownfflrec
fions, and are intended expressly for retailing Too*
regular customers, and all others who may fat&r usvna a
call^wecanofTor an unusually large variety of Koouuw
Shoes, which weguarantee equal in quality of malentiand
workmanship to those 'manufactured in tbis-oranr orm
parlor the United States. Our stock will befound (ocor
sist, ii. part, of the following seasonable good*:
m
NO. 187.
MBS'SPOOTS. . WOMEN'S OAlTtt*. SAtf
1,000 pr men's kip boots, miTiRf, r^>
1,000 men's thick boot?, 200 pr woraens jailers,
1,600 men's call boots, 400 do ball pi ten.
l,000,men's water pjoor do 600 do walking shoes,
MEN'S BnoftAHif. 600 do pegged buskiM.
WO men's cair brogans, 600 do kid buskins, wf
1>? prime kip do per*.
1,G00 |]o thick do MIVK* EOOTKM *c*"
1,000 Kmv priced do KIM, nr.
. ?? ??'' WOTW. 60?misses moroctoUWi
loOO pair bij-a thick bootee*, 300 do kip
' 'kip do 300 do cair i'
000 ? ? call do 300. do kida?d?>
youth* boots. rocco buskins
600 pr youths calfboots, 160 - do black, bins,???
300 do kip do bronzed gait era,
loOO do thick do children's boot***.
ANDTooTDPBR?oANa. 1;600 pr fancy bootees,
l.OOOpr boys kip brogans, 2,000 kid ?fc morocco 4
loOO do thick do 1,600 children's peg'd
1K? y?wtb? do do 1000childreii'8goat ?
600 do kip do 1500 do colored *
oOO boys and youths cair do or* siioks. ,
enawu,,,h'8 boots. 4COO pairs If*""?
"ibrocco lace boots, children's Gum Shoes.
1000 cair do n*T? and cars.
600 1 fj Jo 400 doz men's plusb caps,
1300 kip do 800 ?* ' wool hats,
BAND BOXES.
300 wood band boxes- , *
Thankfol for the liberal patronage Iks reto/bre extend
us, we solicit a continuance of the same. ..Knr
sep3 MrCLALl.KNS d'Kyt^.
"" Sft?iCIAG Of
wm. tTselby.
WHOLESALE "DEALER IN
Foreign Jk Domestic Dry fiood'f
No. 117 Main St., West side, belu>een Monrtt **?
Union sis.
Wheeling, Va., rr^,
IS NOW in receipt of his Spring stock of ?5Jn?facl?
siul Notions, direct frorf) importer^ and M* . ^
rers. Comprising as complete and desirable a
goods adapted ?o the trade of this scctionas
in any hou e, Kant or West, to which I would rtspec
in vita the attention ol retail dealers; consisting 01
DRESS GOODS.
In black silks, alpacas, poplins, law.is, dt latne^ 5^
ham?, efc., with a yrj farge stock orPri,,t#'l5^- v*
makes and colors. Also, bonnets, nbbons, H'" 91* ?
other trimmings in variety. And or
men's"WEAR. n ,-^ev
In cloths, cassimers, sattinett^, 0e?
jeans, tweeds, and summer ctolbs? ?!s* CoUom** ^
uis' blue drills, brown liufens, linen drills# w a . ^
other Such goods, a Teryv desirarb.e ^
men's and boy's jjalm hats, Leghorn and wn ? . ^
wool, brash bats, ete^ with afull stock ?' -1*" . cn$*.
ton bagging, seamless bags, burlaps, uWeJUapc b,ort,
drillings, lickings, checks, shirting, ?trjp^?e ? u J#*
arjd bleached muslins; with a good stock or w
in the
KOTION Ll^B. ,?,reads, >?l
As cambrics, iacoaets, Irish linens, '*c5*,'r ^riftr
tons, hosiery, gloves, combs, etc.,
My whole ftock will be lound unsuri?asseaf
quality and style, as In prices. w T fiRLHT
mar26 . . - w. '?
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