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r TUKSDAV MORNING, JULY 4. 1854. To Correnpotiricnt*. vtTKKS concerning su >scription. advertising or oth* * .i. ivua! b?? ucss of the Intelligencer, should b'e ad ?' !VfjTo I be Proprietor*. concerning U? editorial department of the pa ?sboold be addressed to the editors, Joiully, or to ei. 0?~*SS, writing Tor publication, will pleate ' "' 'i, o? one'idc of the paper. w hftsrTauce oftheabovo rules will greatly oblige us, ?n!ittre more prompt attenUon to conespondenU *!!.,? ther ???w otberwls? some recleve. '-'?^rUE INTELLIGENCER OF FICE hia been removed from Water ?treet to M'Afco's new buildings, corner 0f .Main and Quincy streets, one square from the Post Office, one square from the Uailrwd Depot, and one square from the gfeafflbost Landing. -Entrance from Quincy street. Hairf'' Magazine for July bas been received by Wilde 4 Brother, corner of Main and Union streets. . A? will be ?en ftom the proceedings, tlie|Israel ilej held a meeting Sunday afternoon, and appoint ed committees to solicit contributions in aid of the distressed Jews in Palestine. J. H. TAFrAN, at bis Drug Store, Centre Wheel in?, keeps the best quality of Soda Water. It is noneofyour villainous compounds, but a healthy and pleasant drink. Call in, gentlemen, and "psrlake." Wic direct attention to the card of the United StatesHotel, Philadelphia. This Hotel has always Uert a favorite with Western People sojourning in Philadelphia, but since its complete refitting by its present proprietor, C. J. MacLellan, its attrac tiveness has heen very much increased. So Parza To-jtoaaow.?[11 order lo give Edi tors, Printers and every body else connected with our office an opportunity to ooze out their patriot isn to-dav, we will issue no paper from this office toionow. Printers-must have a "time" occa tonally as well a' other people. For ourself, w?= think we'll take a "rest." Witt Americam Monthly.?We have received the July number of this most excellent Western periodical. The number before us is a fine speci men of Western Literature, and mechanical abili ty. Itistbeold Cincinnati Parlor Magazine in a new form, and though not recognisable by the friends of the old work, yet it has lost nothing by the change of name. NzwsrAFza Esuuiuttirr.?The Haltimore American came to us yesterday with the addition to its size of one column on eacb page. The Baltimore Clipper is also enlarged and print ed on better paper. We are glad to see this evidence of prosperity on the pact of our eastern friends, and hope their enlerprize will be rewarded by an increased pa tronage. J. B. Mazsh.?We direct the attention of the reader to the advertisement of the new Boot and Shoe Room just opened nt No. 35, Monroe street, by Mr. J. B. M.irsh. Mr. Marsh is well nud favor ably kuown in this community as a recent member oflhe (inn of Tinglejflt Marsh. He assures us of his determination to keep himself prepared with a ?lock of poods unsurpassed by any in the city, as to eitent and quality, always furnishing his cus tomers with an article that can be relied upon to Jo good service. He sella at retail and to Hie trade. VitoiNtA Post Office Affairs.?The Postmas ter General has established a post office at Alle (leay Springs, Montgomery co. and appointed G.,M. Stigleman, postmaster. Forty families will receive regular special mail facilities from Shawsville, a point on the route from Lynchburg to Abingdon. The name of the post office at Legs, Appomntux county, Virginia, has been changed to "Ever green." The following appointments are made: Pleasant C. Howard, P. M. at Hat Creek, Campbell county, vice A. W. Smith, resigned; Theodore R. Rey nolds, P. M. at Forest Depot, Bedford co. Va; vice Marshall A. Harris, resigned. At d meeting of the Israelites of this City at the Synagogue, on Sunday, July 2<1, P. M., for the purpose of laking measures to relieve their dis tressed brethren in Jerusalem, Mr. J. Ballenburq j was selected Chairman, and Mr. M. MoaJ, Sereta tary and Mr. S. Aub, Treasurer. The object of the meeting having been, briefly slated by the Chairman, it <vas on motion Resolved, That a committee be appointed to solicit subscriptions, and that Messrs. J. Ballen l?erg, D. Stein and S. Aub be said committee; Whereafter a subscription list waa opened, which was signed by those present. On motion Retoked, That th?: proceedings of this meeting be published in the City papers and in the Occi dent. On motion adjourned. ?>/.jlfa*?,Sec'y. Julius Ballenberg, Pres't. Wheeling, July 2d 1854. Purchase of Silver at the U. S. Mint.? The director of the Philadelphia Mint gives no '?cetbat from siid afte' to-day the prices to be paid f?t silver purchased at the Mint will be *1,224 per ounce of standard fineness, (nine tenths,) as de tanuaedby assay at the Mint. The silver tendered lor sale will be received ?nd ihen weighed, and a receipt given therefor.? the report of Assayer the standard weight will be determined, and the net value, calculated at the above rate, will thereupon be paid to the owner or his order, in' gold of silver coins, at his op'ioh. ihe information of bullion dealers it may be ?tate.1 ih?t, according to the above rate of pur chase, the yield per ounce gross of the various classes of silver coin usually in the maiket will be *bout as follows: Y^efrancs, whole dollars (except 'hammered'); 13. S. coins issued since 1837, and prior to April, 1S53, except three cent pieces, SI 224; U. /thte.l States coins of. mixed dates, and the Span lc Mexican parts of a dollar, excluding pistn *?cnstl22# German crowns $i 19; German tha kn St 02. ^he prices fixed by a former circular of Decem 21, 1853. will be continued as to tne Branch ? lints until further notice. H?k?d.?Tlie Rhode Island Society for the Pro to'rtion of Industry gave Lhe first premium on do ,re bread to Mrs. Hiram HiU, of Providence. ^ be following is Mrs. H.*s recipe for making the toead exhibited by her: For iwo loaves of the ordinary size take two po l**>es. pare u.em, slice very thin, and boil quick jwilquite soft, then mash lo a fine pulp, and add will* i.y little two quarts of boiling water, stirring uJ,!l a starch is formed; let this cool, and then ?adone-third of a cup of yeast. This forms the **ponge/ which should remain in a moderately hot P'ace for ten or twelve hours, or 'over night,' u?? . it becomes very light and frothy, even if a little ***** it is of no consequence. When the 'sponge' ^ flour, and work it until you have a , :"? fir|o mass. The loifger thia is kueaded, the ?*tter the bread. Let the kneaded mass lemain say from a -half to "itee quarters of an hour to rise, then divide into | Par*i, where it should remain say fifteen minutes, *^re being taken that it does not rise too much and , then put the loaves into a quick oveto and a*e, say three-quarters of an hour. If the oven jsuot hot enough the bread will rise and crock, if 00 hot the surface will harden too rapidly and confine the loaf. BIVRB 1.UPOUTN . Per turner Adetia.?'Tallant & <)elaplain,450 Ms flour; J II Stout & Co. 266 do do; Q W An fletsoa, 8 h: da tobaoco; Doan* Ar CnweiH, 126 ***? otts; Tallant 4r Delap)?]B? 9 bhdS lObaCC O A ICard Story.?The Haverhill Gazelle is re sponsible for the following story: During the shower on Thursday afternoon, a tortoise, three inches long, nnil wetghing lwo and a half ounces, fell upon the sidewalk near the Univetsnlist Church, <.n Summer street. It was seen by n lady as it came through the air, and its movements no ticed after renchin? the ground. The little fellow seemed alnrmtd, and nt the same time rather ?pleased with his safe arrival on t?-rra iirma, nnd, after taking a somu.vli.it hasty observation, began to travel. "Tii?t Lire is Lono that answers Lite's Great End."?In addressing the court and bar on the death of a young lawyer to whom he was stronely attached, the late Mr. Webster s?i<|: "His race was short. As it was, he lived long enough to do what some of us who are older have failed to do," ?and the tears fell as he s|>oke?"Ac lived long enough to achieve a religious character. Huh la Arrivals nod Deparmre* or mmi Far the la*i24 /lours, ending last night at&a'clock ARRIVAL#. I. strobe.. Fori Henry .Mason. Aiuericus Adeliii Kate Cassel.. . Eclipse..., Koit Pitt ...Davis.. Athaintira . Vicoqua .. Equator Stephen Uayard Booth Sunfish DEPARTURES. Kate Cassel ..... Adelia Latrobe ... Cuba Ainericus Alhambra .... .Cincinnati .Cincinnati .Pittsburgh ...Zanesville .. -Cincinnati ... Pittsburgh .. Parkeisburg .. .Pittsburgh ? Steubenville .. Matiroras Eclpse Moore. Fort Pitt. Davis. Vtroqua .. Equator - . .Pittsburgh . .Pittsburgh . .Cincinnati . .Cincinnati . .Cincinnati . .Cincinnati . ..Pittsburgh ? Parkersburg Steubenville Malamoras Stephen Bayard Booth Sunfish STAGE OF THE RIVER. At Wiiekling?t feel 7 inches. At Pittsburgh?4 feet 7 inches. CALENDAR FOR 1854. I 2 8 H 1o 1G MAY. w. 1 3 10 17 JUNK. 4 0 8'.. 11 12 134 5 0 18 1!) '.n il 19 is T. w. x. r. n .. .. 1 2 3 7 8 9 10 14 15 1G 17 21 22 23 24 23 2G 27 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 ..125 26 27 28 29 30 9 1C 23 30 31 3 4 10 II 17 IS 21 .. .. 1 0 7 8 13 14 U 20 21 22 26 27 2*' Sft? AUGUST. m. M. T. .. .. I 0 7 8 13 14 15 H) 21 22 *7 28 29 *v. 2 1C 28 *r r. s 3 4 5 10 li 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 Valley of Va. Fire & Marine Insurance Co. s. c. iUKKK. ^ John List, > A gents. Wm. Rankin. J Or PICK?at Ravings' Hank, corner Mali) and Kiddle til eels. lVheeliug, Va. KJDiKPEIl TO?James R. Uaker. li. Iv. List. jan4-:y uchburgFire, Iiife & MaYine Insurance Co OF LYNCHBURG, VA. ITJf. RANKIN. Agent. OFFICE?at Savings' Hank, corner Main and Kiddie streets. ian4:ty Wheeling, Va. Tinuspuriatiou office S. & O. IS. It. Co. ) W HKKMNa Station, 20tb Way. 1854, J ON au<l alter Mouduy next rlie 22d inst., a Second Class Car will be attached to the Passenger Train leaving I His Station tor Haiti mote at 9:15 x, m. Passengers will be taken to Fetter man, Cumbei laud and Haiti mo re only at the folio wing i ales: To Felierman ?2,50 To Cumberland 3,f?0 To Kaltiinoie 5,00 Kilty pounds or personal baggage only allowed eac., pas senger; all over liny pouuds will be charged at 1) els. per pouud. tC^Tirkcts must be procured beforo tiie starting of the train, or tlio regular lure will be collected, as no second class ticket cau be sold by the conductois Hy order, J. B. FORD, myv3 Agent $50,000 Worth Of Heal and Personal Estate for the People. MAGNIFICENT ENTERPRISE. LIBERAL, KQUITABLK AND CKRTAIN. Whitchnrit'M Daguerreotype Enterprise!!! J II. WillTKHirRST has deeded to Trustees In trust ? lor the benefit of the shareholder in the above en terpiize. $50,000 worth of real and personal estate, to be disposed of among the holders of shares at the earliest po&*ibi? date, alter the sale of the shares. The certifi cates aie ?3each, which entitles the bolder loan equita ble share in the within rained magnificent collection of real aud personal property; also, to one or Wiiitehur*t's ?3 Woi Id's Fair P:emiuni Daguerreotypes of sell or friend at any time wheu when the certificate is piesented atei iberof his Galleties. TRU8TEEH. G. B. Kirk and Wm. K. Riley, Washington, D. C GALLEKIES. HALT I MORE, 205 Market street. WASHINGTON, D. C.t Pennsylvania Avenue. RICHMOND, Va. 77 Mailt street. WILMINGTON, N. t*., Fayetteville street. NORFOLK.. Va., Main do LYNCHBURG. Vat. Mm in PETERSBDRG, Va., Sycktt'ore do Also, atr&Jigemniils have been made with the tallowing ce ebrated Galleries to redeem the certificates, viz: A. C Parkttudo*, No. 38-Monroest. Wheeling, Va. J. Gcbket's Gallkky, No. 349 H road way, N. V. D. C. Co!.liss ?fc Co'n Gallcriks: Philadelphia, Pa. 166 Chestnut st.; Phiiada., 100 Chestnut at.; Springfield, Mass., Alain street; Westfielu, Mass., Collins' Kuildinga. One superior Farm, near Norfolk, Va. valued at $7 000 One splendid three story brick House and Lot in Georgetown. D. C., on 2d street, second door from Frederick st ? 6 200 One House and Lot in Georgetown, D. C., on the cornerof Second and Fiedericksts. ? 4 6^0 One elegant House and Lot iu Washington, D. C , on Seventh street, - - 4*000 On elegant Hou?e and Lot in Washington, D. C., oil Fstreet, . 3 500 One ilo-'se and Lot in Portsmouth, Va., on Court st. ndjoiuing Town Hall, ... 3 800 Two Lots iu Georgetown, D. C.on Second street ?730 each ..... Ona Lot in Washington, D. C on Seventh st. Five Pianos, $3<K) each - Fifty pple.idid Gold Lever Watches at Twenty six massive Silver Pitchers at Twenty do do Cuos at Fourteen Diamond Rings at Nineteen heavy Gold Chuius at Twenty Silver Goblets at Fifty fine Ladies' Bracelets, at Fifty fine Hrrastpius, at One hundred fine Gold Pencils, at One hundred fine Portmonnaics, at One hundred fine Card Cases, at Five hundred fine heavy Gold Rings, at One hundred splendid Gold Lockets, at Three thousmd Annuals, at One thousand Photographic Art Journals Total, - $30 000 The fact that this propoityis deeded to Trustees in trust, residents or the District ol Columbia, for ths ben efit of the shareholders: every shareholder receiving a Daguerreotype worth S3, and of the very finest quality, elegantly cased; the nigh character and position oi those Trustees, and the great and extendod reputation and busi ness ol Mr. Whlteliurst, he deems sufficient guaranties that every promise oi this advertisement will be prompt lyand iaithfully performed, as the pictures to be taken will be distributed among many Galleties capable ol pro ducing 1,600 pictures per diem Not more than fifty thou sand tickets will be sold. J. FIC'KEISON, Sole agent for Wheeling, ut his Music Store, ]>23d3m 199 Main street. [Argus and Gaxei'.e copy.] NEW HOOKS. MY Schools and School Masters, by Hugh Milier; The Plurality of World*, by Edw'd Hitchcock. D I> Sunshine on Daily Paths, by Charles Dickens; This, That, and the Other, by Ellen Louise Chandler Struggles lor Life, or the Autobiography or a Dis senting Minkter; ? ^ Morning Stars or the New World,by H F Parker? Greece, and the Golden Horn, by Stephen Oleu, D. D, L. L. U.j American Fruit Grower's Guide, by F K RUiott; The Life and Sayings or Mrs. Partington} A Home lor All, or the Gravel Wall and Octagon ni.*de ul building, hy O. S. Fowler; WiHM Leslie's New Receipts for Cooking; Lii?*of Rev. llr. Alexander, by his Son. Received and for^Baleby JOHN H. THOMPSON, je~ No. 31 Monroe street. AK HALL is still Advancing. Her large .slock of boot a and Slices is offered at prices ruinous to her competitors. ' lai DRAWING PAPER. \\T H ATM AN'S superior medium, imperial, and dou M ble elephant Drawiu: Paper*. Drawing PapeT in h? roll, told by the yard or any desired length. Profile and Trac.ng Papers tor sale by W1LDK RRO. 1 i\ biu*. Epsom Salt*, ior sale hy ?1* ' m\9 JAMES RAKRR. L>is solution oi Co-Par trier 3 Hip. THE copartnership heretofore existing between the ?"1 Merchant Tailoring business. In % cll*lor?, ^l,der the firra name of *V?rden 4 toulual consent been dissolved. Jacob W. W arden having sola out hisinterest in the itock Of said co partnership to Michael Edwards, Jr. Jacob M. ? arden is aloue authorized to settle and cob i iect the debts of said firm. JACOB M. WARDEN. ,? , ? ((*?? MICHAEL EDWARDS, Jr. Wheeling, June 20, ]8u4. ' Tn K undersigned wilt continue the above business in bis own name and upon his own account at the old stand and will endeavor to give better satisfaction than ever to suchol the customers ol (he old firm as may continue to give him their patronage,and as many new ones as mav favor with their orders. MICHAEL BDWARDS, Jr. Wheeling, June 20th, 1 S&3. N. B.?Jacob M. Warden will be found at the Law Of fice or Alfred Caldwell, with the books and account* of Warden & Edwards, and all persons indebted to said firm are, hereby notified and required to call and settle without delay, he alone being authorised to settle the bus iness or said old firm. jf<? JACOB 11. WARDEN. telegraphic"news By the National Line. T8LBCRAPHKD KOK'f HKIIA1LY 1NTKLLIGKNCKR FKOM HAVANA. v. ????. July 2?The Black Warrior arrived at Mobile from Havana, with dales to TueBilay eve ninic. Shu lirings 150 passengers. There is no news of any importance. The Spanish sleamer Isabel arrived at Havana with a large number of troops, and more are daily expected. There is an unusually large number of Ameri can^ vessels in port. The French Admiral was still at Havana, but would sail in a few days. Don Logaros, late Collector, who was recently prorated Intendente of the Treasury, died on the 26th ult. FROM NEW YORK. The Seminary at Richmondville, Schoharie county, N. Y., was destroyed by fire. I.ossS30,000. To-day was the hottest for several years. SevJ eral >uu strokes. Reported 95 in shade. FROM WASHINGTON. New York, July 3.?The correspondent of the N. Y. Express suys that the Senate on Saturday rejected the reciprocity treaty. Thos. Ritchie died this forenoon in Washington, i HOT WEATHER. Piiildrlpiiu, July 3d.?Intensely hot?95deg. in the shade. RIVER AND WEATHER. Cincinnati, July 3.?River risen four inches.? Weather more pleasant. PirTSBuar.ii, July 3.?River 4 feet 1 inpb by pier mark, and four feet 7 inches by metal mark, falling.?Weather clear and warm. CINCINNATI MARKET. Jui.y 3.?Flour at 6,95a7,00. Whisky declined to221. Nothing auing in provisions, market dull. Sales of coffee at 1 tc. Cheese Sa8j. NEW YORK MARKET. July i.?Cotton quiet. Flour advanced 12a25c. straight Slate 7,25a7,76; Good Ohio 7,25a8,26; Southern steady at 8,75a9,25. Wheat buoyant.? Corn heavy. Western mixed 74a77i; white and yellow 80a82. Provisions unchanged. Whisky lower, Ohio 27. Stocks heavy. Money active. Buclian's Hungarian Balsam1.!! 1 HE OR EAT ENGLISH dpCfejb Heiuedy (or Pectoral anil Pul x3Z2MjL y?r?k wouaiy Diseases, still stands am* unsurpassed, tl?e most effectual curative these moat formidable com* nlr now known to the civ. time il has been distributed from Maine'to Kloriila. has only served to establish its pre eminent merit in ail parts or the couutty.a* the gieatand ONLY RELIABLE REMEDY ill t lie worst cases or Pulmonary disease; nnd the best cut ?"alive or all the alight lot ms oi colds, cough and inftam nwtion, that caa possibly be usedj lor whooping cough t hat no equal. SPITTING OF BLOOD. This frightful symptom or approaching consumption is speedily rnecked and prevented by the use ot Huthan's Hungatiau K&tsain, which heals the affected membrane, and restores those vital organs, the lungs, to a *ouud and healthy couditiou. REMEMBER THIS. Spitting of hlood always arises from a tendency to Tu berculous disease; and, if not cheated, at the outset, will sooner or later termuiaic in dcuth. PAIN IN THE SIDE. This distressing symptom or consumption arises from Inflammation or the Luugs, or the membrane called the Pleura, or from bioncniui affeetion oi the air passages; iu either case it is a very dangerous indication i?t disease.? The cause oi this symptom should he removed at once? and nothiug can possibly effect tiiut object so speedily avd ilpshupaity the unoaiuik lliijiis. L1VEK COMPLAINT. In case* or Consumption tha J/.ver is always more or less affected, and also the Spleen, Pleura, and small tutes. tines _ The effectof the Huugaiiau iSalsam, ill diseases o ihe Liver, nua?tended by consumption, is speedily cured by it? use, WINTER COUGH. The harsh, dry, hacking, winter cough, which afflicts OLD PtSOPLK, and invalids in a low state or health, is mosi happily affected by the Btls-jm. It removes all morl bid mucus, and other toul matter; improvestke digestive organs, and imparls new lite to the wan and emaciated system. BRONCHITIS. Bronchitis, difficulty or h'eathiug, harsh cough, a slimy expectoration, with all other symptoms caused by an ai lection of the air lubes leading lrom the throat to thelun^s are. directly and specifically affected by the use oi this ad mi ruble remedy, lie warned in lime, ye afflicted,und em ploy this valuable letnedy. TUBERCLES ON THE LUNGS. Tho Hungarian Balsam is the only remedy which lias the power to dissolve, remove and cure Tubercles on the Lungs. Incredible as this is generally esteemed, we have | the most abundant and conclusive evidence to sustain the vssertion that such is its. direct and immediate eflect. iu ; all cases whore there is no natural organic defect. Iu facl | so confident is the American ageut oi his power to cuie the worst form of this disease, that he boldly declares it I will cure Tubeiculous'discase, and confidently solicits I trial in the worst of cases. EXPECTORATION. Free Expectoration is the utost important object to be I attuired in all attempts to cure diseases of the Chest and I Lungs. I The Hungarian Halsam is a Great Kxpectorant. It dis ' solvts the morbid diwearcd matter in the air passage*, changes it from a thick glutinous substance to a thin harm ess subsunce, to a thin fluid, and tluows it ofl" with the greatest possible ease and comrort to the patient. There is no better medicine in the wo? id, if its expectorant qua ity be considered. SPASMODIC ASTHMA. Simptaor spasmodic Asthma has no belter remedy than the Hut?arian lialsam. This painful and destructive al fiction, which resists almost everything else, yields 10 the all powerful influence oi l his great remedy, as readily al any other form of Pectoral disease. CONSUMPTION. Consumption has been very graphically described as *4A Shrinking of Ont'-t Self!" The Hungarian Halsam, by its cleansing, warming, softening a; d animating power, produce!* not shrinking, but cxpan*ion! Betoie its delightiul influence, all chills, fever, night sweats, blueness o' thenaii^, a hot, flushed skin, an uii certain stiengtli, emaciation and decline?disappear like the poisonous dews of night before the glorious morning sun! This is no delusion, but a demonstrative fact, and sustained by Jnconlestiblc piool, fiom all parts ol the country. BK WISE TO-DAY. Delay In any case of consumptive tendency, is emphati cally Death, under all ordinary treatment The Hunga* rian. Halsam is a great ANTIDOTE, as well as a GU RA TI VK. IT you have any symptoms above describec, be ad vised in time T. W. D VOTT & SONS, 132 North Second st. Philadel phia. sole agents for the United States, and British Amer icau Provinces,to whom all futureorders must headdress ed. Also for sale by drugists generally. A Is ?? for sale by D A. PAHNKSTOCK & Co. sep!7:3taw Pittsburgh, Pa THB Trial of a Mind, by I*. SiUiiran Ives, LL. D., just received and for sale by PKTKR hECllKR, 4th st. between .Momoe and Union, je2i Wheeling. Va. DOZbN Shaker Jiiaouis} 6 barrels Cider Vinegar; 10,000 pounds bacon, just received and for sale by je21 A: R1DGKLKY. NOTICE?EXTRA. HAVING been East and selected the most splendid lots of mar hie ever brought to this market, I want ail my li ieuds io call immediately and leave their orders for an kind they may want. Having put chased largely, I will finish up work in the latest and mostappioved styls3 and at the lowest rates? warranted and no mistake. jeltf M. J. ROHAN. 50 ARK IV'ED THISday, 10 nuttsol prime 5 lump tobacco. ..^2 J. W. KHODKR, agent. 1'IMUTHY SEED. BIT. prime Timothy Seed, just received and ror sael scpi3 JOHN K. MORROW I'NION LINE. The fine light draught steamer CUBA, Captain K.-Williamson, will run as a tegular Union l.ine packet be tweeu Wheeling and Cincinnati; connect ing with the "Lightning Line" fiom Cincinnati to Louis ville, ?.?This boat is new and has supenor passenger accom-1 moda'tons. For freight or passage apply on board or to s. C. KAKKR 41 Co., Agents WHKKLUSU AMU PAKK.EKSBUKU PACKET. | The fine steamer Fori l*itl, Capt. Af. | lu vis, will leave Wheeling every Afnn- j day. Wednesday and Fiiday at 10 o'clock I 'A. M. Returning, will leave Parkers I burg every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 6 o'clock A. M. For freight or pausage apply on board WHEELING PITTSBURGH PACKET. The new and light diaft nassenger steamer kXCHANGK, A. C. McCollam, master, will run regularly in place or the Diurnai, Heaving Wheeling at 0 o'clock, A. M. For freislit or parage apply on board. jeSI \v;HEELING & PITTSBURGH PACKET. The new, light draught passeugor steamer KCLll'SK, Ccpt.G. I). Moore, _ will run regularly in place of the Forest l?tCity, leaving Wheeling every Monday, Wednesdav and Friday morning at 6 o'clock. CCBr-For freight or passage apply onboard. je!7 Lost. A BOX ol Confectionery directed tc "Wat. Fleming, Westchester, Tuscarawas county, Ohio. Anyinfor matlon in regard to it will be thankfully received at this office, or at | je14tf P. B. ZISX'S. | The Law Office OF the undersigned is removed to Fourth street, oppo*1 tile the residence of Mr. Henry Moore. jcCtr ANDREW K. KENNEDY. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. THE Union Line Packets leaving regularly on the arri. val of the ca rs, all bills ofladi ng must be on board be lore 4 o'clock. P. Al? The Line will not be responsible for the delivery of any goods, and will not pay or collect charges on any goods for which bills of lading are not on board the boat* before their departure mar3t-rtf Diamond Feinted Gold Feus. Another sup ply or Morton's superior Gold Pens received?every '''"jwar ranted?for sale by J5*3 W1LPR & HRQ. INFANTS Fancy Shoe* rheap at ~ mrS OAK HALL, 193 Main st. HEMPFIGLD RAILROAD COMPANY. P?qy. mat mourn instalment 01 nvc uytiats per una re, la nequired to be paid on or he lore the tOlh day of January text, and .he like mini or Ave dollars ner share monthly haiealter, antlt the whole amount is naid. JOSEPH HENDERSON,Treasurer. ?Washington. Pn . Dec. 22. Ifttt <tc30 MUSIC! MUSIC!! AS we arc about to go Kast again, to purchase a very large Mock 01 Goods, we take great pains to inform our Wheeling and vicinity custom that we will seliirom this day, February 1st, 1834, all our Pianoand other In strumental Music and Musical instruments at first cost ? We hope that our musical friends will give us a call now, and see that late and large selection oi new music j also, the wondurftil redaction in prices. feh2 J. F1CKUISON, 199 Main ?t. TO MY OLD CTtiTO.11fc.KS. Ice! Ice!! 'fill? subscriber informs his old cuttomers, and the public in geneial l hat his mammoth housi is lull and the other about two thirds full, and will commence serving hi* friends this morning, and continue doing so during th* summer, at About half the com of last y?ar, so (liat none need no without cold water. ap26tf J. AM1CK T AU1K- ai.tl nu-fres Kid Gloves, in u-.e most destr*b|e JU color#. Hosiery, Lisle Thread, and extra qualities of unbleach ed and white. Just received. aplT . HK1SKKLL A- Co. Office TrarspcrT4Tiov H. A O. K. It ) Wlteeling, Match 27, 18o4. S UN and after Tuesday, the 88th inbt , the summer rates or the Tariff will be chargcd on all freight Irom Wheeling to Baltimore, but will not take effect from Bs.timore to Wheeling until uolice is given. By order J H. DONE, Master of Transportation. J. B. Fqrp, Agent. mr28 8. C. SAKKK. JOHN LIST. H. C. BAKER 4k Co., STEAMBOAT AGENTS, WHEELING, VA. WILLatteud to the receiving and delivering of freight and collection of freight bills. tar Office at the Store. [octl8?dtf B.V.BAKKR. JOHN BOAT STORE. H.e. B AK Kit &' CO. Will supply Bonis nt nil hour*. No. 23 WaTKR Kraarr, i?n3l?drf WHEELING. VA. J. M. HAMILTON, STEAM BOAT AGENT, WHEELING, VA. Wharf Boni nt the foot of ITlouroc Htrcet, Will attend to the recelvingaud delivering of freight, and t lie collcctton of freight bills. Freight for all regular packets will be received free ot charge. novl?-tl For Matamoras. The uew and light draught steamer EqVATOU. W. 11. CAMPBELL, Master, Jwill leave for the above and all Intermedi ate laudlugs every Monday, Wednesday and Ptlday. He turnkJw, will leaVrt Ma'amoras for Wheeling every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday. 03"For freight apply ou board. my 18 THE M'LCJRB HO USB Will be open for the reception of visitors and boarders on Thursday the 13th oi May. TFRMS. same aa th.i Sprigs Houve W. CABK. myHtr 1 GROSS Routine's Rat. Kotcn, and .Mouse JvYternilna tor The hest article in use. For sale at VOWBLL'H Drue Store, mylU ; Wo. 84 ITtiion street. i.e. Act lone, a very superiot article lor sale by myO JAMES RaKKH. 5 10 bbi.s. i.in-ecU Oil, lor sale by invft JAMKS BAKKK. Iitsi.. (.(mcii Varnikh, a pi lute article, lor aaln low by J AM KS BAKKK. y Burning of" th.e Great Republic!! ANOTHER TRIUMi'll roil T1IJC DEVI a y < k NAPKNIi! Naw N ork, Dec. J7, ttk"3, 2 p. m. Mr. Bolt M. Patrick, 192 Pearl St.: Iikah Sin:?It isivttb much aaiiafaclion that we bear testiiuouy to the really fire proof qualities ol tlte Defiance Safe, oi your manufacture, wh*ch we had in use luotp 0f_ Goe, at the Novelty Bakery, No. 244 Front sneet, which, with many other buildings, together with the mammoth clipper slop ' he Great Republic, and Other ships, was de stroyed by fire, this niormng. Tl?e Sale, containingall our bpoks, papers, money, bills receivable, insurance pol Idea, 4p , was exposed to a very iulenso heat u r many hour*, viz.: from tlx* commencement ol the fire, at mid uifiht until removed irom tbR rulus, while Mill hot. to your afore When opened at 2 P. M., this day, its contents were deliveied to us in excellent order, the book*?pa pers, bank bills. Ac , being as legible as they were before their expo*u> r to what we consider a mo* I severe oi deal. Yours, respectfully, KPH. TREAD WELL A SONS. Safes or all sizes, suitable for merchant*, bank-, jewel era, record offices, steamboats, Ac.; fit** and Iheil proof bauk vault doors, plate chests for private families, etc. on haud, for sale, ;<nd made to order, at the depot, 192 Pearl street, I door below Maiden Lane, New York, l?jr [sn!9?dlvlsnlO ROBERT M PATRICK HUCK.IMLB ICE. rjlHK subscribers will commence delivering their very JL superior Ice to customers this morning - Orders left with themselves, or either of the drivers, will be promptly attended to. WARREN <Sc SONS. April 2-lth, *iA ?|.263w Prca.ciiptiuiiH carefully compounded, Sunday's ex cepted, at VO WELL'S Drug Store, niylD No. 24 Union st. subscribers, being desirous oi gi viug tbeii atten? X tion to other departments or their business, offer their Dry Goods Establishment for sa e on satisfactory terms. TALLANT A DELAPLA1N. Wheeling, May 3rt,1843. my3^dlm NEW AND vSUAJiCK TKiMMliNlib. JUST received by Express,~a new lot o' GJ M PURE LaCES for Trimmiug, in all desirable colors. W. li. MOT IE A DRO., mv40 No. "J6 Market st. 500,000 Ale barrel Start* and Heading* xranted. I will pay twelve dollars* pe. thousand for good white oak Slaves, 31 inches long, 6 Inches wide clear or nap, and li inches on the heart?one third to be headings20 iches long, 9 inches wide clear or sap, liincheson the heart delivere I at the wharror railroad depot at this city GEO. W.SMITH, jin20 Wheeling Bretrrry. RIGHT IN TOWN AGAiN!! JG. HEFTLEY. No 165 Main street, again invit.sat ? tension to his last stock of SPRING AND 8UMMKR DRY OOODf*, comprising an elegant asosrtment of ladies Dress Good?, oi the tidiest patterns and latest styles; Bonnets, Rib bons, and Trimming?. Also, every articlc in the lino of goods lor gentlemen's wear, His stock is selected with a view to pleasing everybody both as to quality and price, which, he flatters himself he can do to all who will gi ve litm a call. | my>3 4") A menu buck glove top Congress Gattns at ?Lk myp ? OA K HA LL, No 183 Main ?t. SABBATH SCHOOL BOOKS. The C'hild'M Cabinet J.ibrnry, containing 70 book*, bound in 50 Viilumes, morocco backs, lettered and numbered; price two dollars and. fifty ceuts per set t. The Village and Family Libraries, Nob. 1 and 2, contain' ing24 volumes each*, price three dollars per set. The Sunday school and Family Libraries, Nos. 1,2 and 3, containing luO volumes each; price ten dollars per set. The Juvenile Libraries, Nos. 1 and 2, containing 75 \ol utiles eaV.hj price live dollars per set. Together with a great variety or miscellaneous books suitable for Libraries and Regards, Hymn books, Spell ing hooks. Question books, l.'lnss hooks, Library Records, Testaments-, Dictionaries, Reward Tickets, Ac,, being the publication* of the American Sunday Mchcol Union. Prices the same as at headquarter*. CataUgues tur nished gratis JOHN H. THOMPSON, I _je8 31 Monroe st. Co-Partnership. j THK undersigned have this day formed a co-partner ship under the name and style ol S C. Baker 4- Co., and js ill coutinue the steamboat agency and lloat Stove busi iie*.sat the old stand, No. 23 \Vuterstroet. S.C. BAKER, an3> JOHN LIST. Co-Partnersbip: 0"W. HKISKELL& Co. have associated E. B. SWEA ? RlNGKN,Jr.,wlth them os a partner, 1 lie partnership commencing on the lOthins:. The style of the firm will be 11 F.ISKKLL ?*? ( O. janl7 "\\f ***? IWcK.ee desires all having claims against T T him to present them lor adjustment, and those in his debt are expectcd to meet his credits promptly. Those wishing interviews will call at his old stand, or at his of fice in the building occupied by McNair & Hervey, Dry Goods merchants, oth ward. a?.2.*? "VTow it your time tor the Oil of Grapevine?a fresh Jl i supply o( this Oil lor sale by iel7 J. H. VOWELL, 24 Dnion st. White IVhratfztrn Family Vlour, See. TtlE a-ubscvibrr has just icceivM on sale? 50 ban els Lockwood's Extra Flour: uO do Fraaer'a ?""? do do do extra Family Flour, 200 hales first quality Hay. iel4 A. RIDGKLP.Y. 12 Bnu. Alcohol, and 1*2 percent, lor sale by myO ^ JAMES RaKER. A For Rent. U\ViViaLlJJ HOl-SE in the first ward, one door *ouili. Mr.jo William George's Grocery, on Main street. Apply to UuueD) . HEISKKLL ?Sr CO. iiAOHbLUKS, Instantaneous Liquid Hair Dye. TO those wishing <r bair dye that may be depended up on, we can cheerfulfy Tecommeml the above. The beat oicky reference can be given as to its superiority over everything of the kind now in use. For sale, wholesale and retail, by ? T. H. LOGAN <fc Co., mar^l Sole agents in this cltv. 10 : inW i.b. iodide Potass, for sale by; myl) JAMES BAKER. H at, Cloth, Shoe and lUtr brmlif-, for sale by jel7 J. K: VOW H 1.1,. IH union nt. STILL THE TUKK..U THK uudertitned liu Ju?t opened the beat Plantation Cigars ever offered to the weed loving portion of Wheel ing No counterfeit, but the real puie aiticle. fc8 J- >V. RHODES, agent. AGAIN! IN rcceipt of five thousand of those nice El ^llloclgars, which will be sold cheap. ... . je8 J. W. RHODES, agent. If I bbls. Siii? its Turpentine, tor sale by lU iny9 JAMES BAKKR. IN S'lUKK? "/ A number of hogsheads of prime to fair N. O Sugar on *ale by the hogshead or barrel. The price Is an in ducement. Call and see. _ my 13 ? A. RIDGELY UHICKERINOHS PIANO FOUTES. OPENED thi* day, (our Piano Fortes from the celt, ebrated manufactory of Checkering dt Sous, of fine rosewood finish, and a tone that cannot be surpassed. A1 ao, two tecond band Pianos for rent or sale low by uay20 J. MELLOR, 26 Union st. "fT" enting'a Rat ?4>d Roach Extermliiator, for *alo by IV je?7 * VOWELL. 24 Vnio^rt INSURANUE. The iEtna Insurance Company OV 1IARTPOKU, CONN.. 1 INCOKPORATKI). MAY 1810, H'llA a Prrprtual Charier Capital, all Paid in, 0/ $K00,000. One of the oldest and best Institutions in thiscountry, continue}* to cake risk* upon the most favorable terms. Apply to W. P. PETERSON, sept 10-1 yd ? Agent for Wheeling and vicinity. ii^iiicAni?C against \oss or damage m AND THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION, BY THE PHOTKCTI?N IMHlIBANCKeo. OK HAKTFOHD, CONS. TiilsoiJ and rerpoiuibU Compuij* continues togrnut roll ciex uiion ths roost ruvor.ble terms. Apply-to W. F. l-KTKRSOS, Agent -lepttO-lyd Por Wheeling sna Qhioco. INSURANCE. THE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM PANY OF WHEELING. Incorporated 1831. TAKER risks at the lowest rates, .on buildings or all kinds, steamboats, furniture and merchandize, ai.d against all dangers attending the transportation of Goods, on rivers, seas, lakes, canals and railroads. directors: K. Cran-la, S. Brady, J. W. Gill, Sam'lNeei, Win. Fleming, Sam'lOtt, Dan'l Lamb, Rob't Patterson, Rob't Morriso* ROBT. CRANGLB, Pres'i. R. W. Hardino, Scc'y. Applications for Insurance will be prointly attended by the President or Secretary. Wheeling. Jan. 38th. 1833. ARE YOU INSURED!! HUDSON RIVER MARINE AND Fire Insurance Company. Capital and surplus $400,0^0 00 Amount of ca-?li Premiums Tor 18.33 270,900 61 do Losses raid during 1853 176,351 8.' Expenses for 1853 48.4'Jii 75 A. PECK, President. James Noxom, Rec'y. Franklin Marine and Fire Insurance Com'y OK NEW YORK. Capital and Surplus $380,121 78 A mount ol ca*h Premiums for 1853 285,753 35 do Losses paid during 1853 12."i,391 00 Expenses for 1853 37,190 90 i C.V1IY HOLISTER, Pies't. Jonh G. Bcrnap, Sec'y. American Mutual Insurance Company, OK AMSTERDAM, N. Y. Capital nud Hurplus ?300,060. tt3"As agent or the above responsible companies, I am I prepared to issue policies upon the most lavorablr terms, coiibis!cut with safety. L. C. PKRRV, ae^nt ap?8 72 Main st.t Meiotleon buildings. BALTIMORE OHIO RAILROAD. New Arrrangement. Tiro daily trains from Wheeling to Baltimore, Washington City, Philadelphia and S'eu* York. ' ON and after Monday next, the2Hd January, 186-1, be tween Wheeling and Baltimore will be run as follows: The Aral train will leave daily at 9, A. Al., Wheeling I time. The Becond train daily at9:t5, P. M. Wl eelingtiuie, ex cent Saturday uighls. jan21^ f. H. FOK1). agent Special Notice. Orrti'K 11. A- O. Itailroai> Co. ) Wl eelltig Station, November 4, 1853. S ON aind alter Monday the 7th instant, a passenger car I will leave the Station daily at 6.45 o'clock. P. M., Wheel iig time, tor Moutnlsville and Cameron. Returning leave Cameron 4.06, A.M. do do Moundsville C A. M. Paie?Came run. $1,<hi each way; do Mouudsvilie, 40 cents each way. By order? J. B. FORD. nov4 Agent. Save your Ice! THE use of Ice has, of late years, become very general and is now con sidered indispensable to the health and comfort OP la mi lies. At the naiiv time the increased demand for it and the uncertainty ol always proem Ing a supply, have added materially to itn costn. 'I he consequence ha* been that various ways and means have 4>eeu deviled, ho as tu reduce the ex pense or the articl**, aw to bring it within the reach of every ismily.? Among thefe, uoi.e have been lound to answer the purpose as well as BURNET'S PATENT WATER COOLER. This article is the result of the application of scientific principles to the puipose intended, viz: To keep water as cool an posn'ble, a* Icnifias possible, with the least possible quantity of Ice. The Proprietor has long devoted his attention to this particular brand) ol domestic economy, and pissing from one imprvemeut to auother. has at length anived as near perfection as it is possible to reach. A proof of this is found in the very general use of these Coolers in all parts of the countiy. A simple statement of facts, in regard to these Coolers, will satisfy every one of their supenoiity. First, they arc the ONLY ARTICLE OF THE KIND EVER PATENTED. They are furnished with two distinct non-conducting chambers, by means or which, with two pounds of Ice to ihegallon, water is kept, (ata temperature ot 40? above zero, or only 8? ftom the freezing point.) all day. Thus, at a cost of some fo?.r cents r?er day, a tamily or ordinary size cau be constantly aupplied with water as cold as ice itselfi larger numbers in the yame propoition. This ha? heen found by actual experiment to be a sa ving of at least seventy.five per cent, over Kartheru Jars formerly used for this purpose. Again, these coolers never sweat; in this way, saving much unnecessary waste und trouble. Being manufactured in th* most workmanlike style.. at:d haudy-omelv finished in every respect, tbev make a vei >? beautiful ornament for the Dining Boom, Hotel, oi Steamboat. An important improvement has lately been added to the Cooler, vizi A small Pan (capable of holding Irom six to eight pounds of butter,j is inserted directly under the cover. This quantity of butter can be kept perfectly hard all day. without additional ice?a very important addition 10 the economy and coiutort of families. BURNKT 6c CO'S. House Furnishiue Establishment, No. 14 E. Fourth st. Cincinnati. For sale by HOBBS, BA KICKS dc Co. myg:Iy Wheeling, Va. Bh All V IS hi) and use the Japan boot **olisli. i his is a firat rate article and no mistake. IT you do not be ieve that it is,"just come and buy a bottle?only 15 cents. For sale by J. B VOVVKLL. Ieh7 24 Union *t. | A b'OKWAliupi i? wanted of one Sockot Ginseng, sup X poked to liave been taken from the landing, in mistake, on the 3lst January, marked "W. Nullard & Co." Any person having knowledge of it will conler a favor by informing us. feb23 S. C H.XKKIt 4- Co. NEW GOOD>. W Kate receiving our new Spring House Furnishing Goods, comprising new styles or French China din ner and tea sets; Hritania anu Silver plated ware; castors, frames, tea and coffee Urns, sugar bowls, butter coolers, candtestieks, Forks and Spoons, salt frames -with elast li nings, coal boxen beautifully decorated, 'anew article' for parlor use. Hntry lamps, ivory handled Knives and forks in sets of ol piece*, and single setfi; solar lard lamps, with lustres, paper and elr.ss shades; together with a large stock 01 common goods adapted to the country trade, atlot which we offerut ha*tern Prices, adding only the difference ol tiaurpoitatiftu. HOHIlS, HAKNES & I'o., Glass iManufactiirers, No. 21 Monroe si. mr7 near the Post Office, Wheeling. IT'S NO JOKE. I.1 VKKY body in town is talking about them. What? J Why the new floods to be sure, at W. I> IHotte JL- Rro'i and Ihi* bargains they are selling to all who gn there to deal. Try thetnonce and you will ever alter buy your dry g&ori&fttthcir stoie. ap!7 SPKINU FASHION FOR HATS. Til F. subscriber is now prepared to fUrnlsh his nnmei ouspatrons "and ail the rest 01 mankind,*' with splendid bats ol the K.i<te?t nud most approved Btyles, which lor endurance, beauty ol lormand finish, cannot be surpassed, and whan shaped to the bead by our conforma tive, fit with perfect ease. AUiO leceivinga .'arge assortment of men's, youths and children's Soft Hats, romnri9ing white, diab. black, nap ped, plain, Non Intervention, iugraham, Voung America, etc , together with a fine assortment or men's, youth*' and children's Caps, alt of which ate offered at lowest prices, wholesale and retail. sp7 W. W. Jl.MESON. PLEASANT WEATHER. AS Spriug is now here, I have juat opened a \ery Urge stock of Straw, Canton, Senate, aud many other kind* of Spring and Summer Hats, fo'- men ard boys comprising 2o0 dozen all grades and prices. ap-1 J W RHOOKS JUi-KKlUK black Ink, lor sale by J H VOWr.LL, 3 feh7 Union st tiRoes Ale Lane's Liver Pills, fresh and genuine, lor sale by fob 13 KKLLS <Se C L ?WKLL 10 RECKI VF.D this day, a large assortment of Ladies Ki dtognats. ' gepdo s. avkky. FOUR CENTS CASH ! EOUK c ents per pound will be paid in cash for good clean linen and cotton Kags, delivered at the book >toreof JOHN H. THOMPSON, 31 Monroe at. SUPERIOR C1QARS? 100,000 half Spaniah cigars; 30,000 ?! 100,000 superior Havana: .10,000 Principe*; 100,000 Havana Sixes; For sale tow by LOGAN, CARR <fc Co , ap6 Main street. DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing under the firm of1 A. S. Doane 6r Co., has this day been dissolved by 1 mutual consent. A. S. DOANE, A. McSWORDS. _MaTch I3tb, 1834. mr!4 ! A Q PRS ladies Kid Roestts Jenny Lind's at ^iO my9 OAK HALL, 123 Main st. 15 bbls Alum, lor sale by my9 JAMES RAKKR. FAMILY FLOUft I^O Extra Plour, just iccelved and. for sale b^ luU single barrel or dray load. B P. PBAKCK & Co, Main St. ap2S:3r near rbe Kail)oad Depot. iJLVKK NAPKKx KINGS} ' Mugs and Cups, Spoons and Sugar Shovels; 4 butter and Fruit Knives. For sale at C. P. BROWN'S, Monro. ?t. s SOGAH?lihds N.O. Sugar, for sale br TALLANT4 URLAPLAIH. aoTi0 C9 Main tt MISCELLANEOUS. 3 WITHDRAWAL FROM THE. COALITION AGAINST THROWING IN TRIMMINGS. ISAAC PBAGJSB. lTllDRAIVs, from thin day, his name from the coal itiou against throwing in trimming*, and will now, ins.ead of the former common cotton gi ve the very best. At the same time he offers to thi public the handsomest, largest and cheapest stock of iJry Goods&ver brought to tius market. Below is a list of sumeor his goods and prices: hmbroidcricti.?i oliarsat 6 cents} do 10 do H-indkrrchiefa? Finest linen cambric 01 cents, Mils? Hue nuts, 10 do Finest French, with tassels, 60 do Uonneta.?Straw bonnets, 25 do Gimp do 3?) do Finest misses do GO do Bleached Alvtlhut?BeslT-b G* do do i 10 do Unbleached Muslim?Best 1 8 cj do do Laurel D 8 do Caliroea?Fr st colors Gfca8 do Pinest 12J at 10 do .Vi/A*?Best black, Winches. i 2i? do Practical experience, acquired in a large Jobbing House in the Kant, with unsurpassed facilities, will enable me to com" up to tlie expectations of even the mo^i sanguine.? Therefore, come all, and secure bargains. My motto?"QuicJk sale* and *$,mU profit*."' 1S\AC PKAGKK, Eastern bargain Store, 116 Main st. int2l between Mouroeand Union. COAL BOXES. ABEAUTIFULLYdecoiti\e& article, suitable for pailor u->e, lOi sale at Hobl*, liarm* 4-Co'*. No. Vfl Mouroe street, near the Post Oflice, Wheeling, Va. mr7 Mammotn . at tttore. Npring Faitaion for 1834. SAVKKY nas on hand, and is receiving one of the ? largest and best stocks of Hats and Caps that has ever been opened iu this city. He is alM> constantly mau uiacturiugevery description ot hat and cap now in use, from the very best material and workmanship, and sold at prices that cannot fail to please. 1 am also receiving large importations of Eastern man ufactured Hats and Caps, wuich wili be void low. Also a large assortment of children's fancy liats aud caps, and ladieH riding hats, caipel bags and umbrellas, ail of which will be sold cheap. N. B.?llats made to order on the shortest notice. S. A VERY, Nos 140 aud 14S Main st. mh28 Wheeling, Va. 8. I>. HARPER & BON, WIIOLKSALK AND RETAIL DEALEflS IN Hats, Caps and Straw Goods, No 126corner of Main and Union streets. mrH WHEELING. VA. f Centre Wheeling Drug Store. Corner .llnin nntl Webster ? !?. CENTRE WHEELING. HAVING purchased the entire stock of Dr.gs, Medi cines, Oils, Paints, fixtui en, dc. of Will. R. McKee, at the well known stand, co:ner ofM& ntnd Webster sts., (Centre Wheeling, 1 shall he happy to tee all of my old friends, together with many new ones, and with the assistance of my gentlemanly and experienced assistant* 1 shalleudeavor to give satisfaction to all. DRUGS. A general assortment always on hand ami for sale low. MK1HC1NK8. Warranted perfectly pure?always on hand. o.i.s. Castor Oil, Linseed Oil, Sweet Oil, Sperui do C'od Liver Oil, Lard do Oil of Lemon, Fish do Oil of Burgamot. PAINTS. Turpentine and Varnishes or all kinds; Cincinnati White Lead; I'incinnatl Dry do Yellow Ochre; Spanish whiting; French do Paiia Gieen; Chrome Yellow: Chrome do Allof which will be sold as low a* can be puichased in this city. My inotto is to live mid let live. Physician* pre?cripi?oti? very carefully com pounded by acareiuiand experienced PrescHptlonist. at all hours of the da? or night. JOHN H. TAPPAN, ap21 W tt McKee'S old ttand, Centie Wheeling. WIXj LfAIU MM I Til, ~ CABINET MAKER, 334 s. TitlRI* ST. Bl)VE CATHERINE, Philadelphia. iCirKVF.HY descripiiouof Plain and Faucy Furniture, in the Prench at d Gothic styles, made to order, 10 perct. lower than at any Stoie in the city. a|?2Hdftm Latest Out! lIVTcIYair A* llervey have just received their en XTJL tire Sccond Stock ot Spring Goods. Their assortment is complete; comprising Fabrics of '?very style aud quaiity from a picayune lawn down to the finest Tissues, Cigaudies. Silks, Satins, Bareges, barege deLaines, elegant striped I awns, plain mouslins of the ft nest quality at reduced prices. A lot of plaiu silk Tissues *t very low prices. Alto,??r. chiuties. oil chintzes, oil hoi denng, etc. White Goods ot every description, with all sorts ol Furnishing Goods for housekeepets, aud nu- . merous other articles that we lia.vu'1 time to think of just now. Call and look through our stock und you shall not bedis appointed: No 36 Main st. Gentle Wheeling. ap27 A ir Dalln, assorted, for sale by ap2*l J. B. VOWKI.L, 24 Union st. Tnos. Jbiuglies I > EGS to inform his friends aud customers, and the nub 1} lie gel*rally, that he has just returned from the East with a very large and beautiful STOCK OF GOODS Of all kinds, adapted to the pre?ent and coming season, he invites them to call and examine. They will find his assortment 0\Clath$tCatrimerea aud Venting*, aud furnish ingGo-ds, the finest and most extensive in the city, and which he guarantees to sell at lower ra es than they can be obtained elsewhere! The cloths, cassimercs, aud Vostings are particularly rich, comprising every desir able color, quality and pat tern. The selection ol Hosiery, and Under garments gen erally, is highly worthy the attention of purchasers, being of very fine quality, and at low pricesl The a aoitmentof Shirts, Shirt-collars, Handkerchiefsc I i a vats, Gloves, &c. is exceedingly rich and various; too numerous to particularise in an advertisement. In flue, anything aud everything requisite Tor a gentle man's wardrobe, can be obtained at $o. 26, coiner Mou* ioeand Water streets. ap4:3n> TMOS. HUGHES. FOR RENT. Adwelliug House with six rooms aud stable. Alto. two Dwelling Houses containing three looms, each with basement. .dpply to GKO. ARMSTRONG, spl3tf Wheeling Brewery. WHlTK Glue, cieam Taitai, and nine?just receiv ed by J B VOWKLL, nov3Q 24 Union st Qr\ 1)055. wash-boards fiom the manufactory of J. B. ?j\J Homes, Cincinnati, at lowest rates by my 18 UA&SKTT 4* Co. FASHIONA BLE MERCHANT TAILOR J NO ESTABLISHMENT. NO. 35 COM.NKR M'JNROK AND WATER STRKKTS, Whreiin^i, Vn TliOS. HUGHES begs leave to C*ll the attention of his irieuda nud customeis ami t lie fashioiuibh: public gen erally, to bin newly received nnd gntpeous stock of CLOTHS. CASSl MERES AND VESTINGS, adapted toSpr'ngand Summer wear. All oideis will beexacutcd on the shor est notice, and in the most superior and fashionable style. KJ~Constantly 011 hand, a splendid a*sortment of Su perfine Clothing, made equal to custom work. Plea.-.e to calll and examine tbe stock. ap4:3m iNKW BUOKs! RUSSIA AS IT IS} Turkey aud Die Turks, by Slade; Kussiai: Shores of the Black Sea; Hot Corn; Tne Lampllghtei: H-psaml Mishaps, hj Grace Greenwood: The Planter's Northern Bride; Tennyson'* Poems; Liie and Sayings ol Mis. Partington; Oulie .Mei; liei clicr's Ponflirt of Ages; Hyperion; PeQuincy's Eeminiscruces; Views Afoot; Dettuincey's Narrative and Miscellaneous Papttis; Mosses from an Old Manse, bv Hawthorne; etc. etc. For sale by ?nyl3 W1LDE A- BROTHER. WALL PAPEK. THE best and cheapest assoitment of New Patterns, fortmleat WILDE fit BROTHER'S 3 corner bookstore. JUNT RECEIVED 100 doxen Baltimore Broom*; f? do Door Mutts; 000 bushels Oat*; 20 casks bacon hog round my 13 A. H1DGKI.Y. WEST'S ANALYSIS ot the Holy Bible, complete, 1 vol. 8 vo. just published, received by ap18 WILDE A BROTHER. S. Avery, No. 146 nnd 148. Iflaln ??., Wheeling, iS now opening one of the largest and be^i assortments of Straw Goods, Panama, Leghorn and chip Hals of every description and quality. I hat has been sold whole sale or retail, at prices that < aunot tail .o piease. ap90 S. A VERY. Sundries. BOXES Oranges, 1GG0 Cocoa Nuts; lfi do Lemon*; 0 bagn cie*m Nuts; 3 case Giiirkins 4 ' Filbert?; v ? Lobstei ; M 4 English walnuts; SO doz. Lemon Syrup, 2 cases pre Wed (linger; 3 traits Dates; '' bags recans; fiO boxes Raisins; 4 cases citron; nn J ? ?? 1 4 l.emou Peel; 20 J ' " l ? Orange Peei; 200 drums Figs; 3 ? mixed Pickles; CO boxes Herring. 200 bush Ground Nuts. A large lot of Plain and Fancy Candy always on hand and for sale low by T. E. ASKEW, mv4 ' S. K. coi ner Main and Monroe sts. r|Uifc. above in but a small list oi Uoods received by us X on this date. N. B ?Please bear in mind we receive Goods weekly from our Eartern House. Customers can rely on our keeping them posted at "Oak Hall." my9 M. McNEAL & Co. O V ER W riling Fiuid. A superior ariirie tor sale by my30 BASSETT 6c Co. 30 kL O' AK HA LLcontinues to war with higlipricesin boots and Shoes. No. 123 Main st. between Monroe and Union. iel McNEAL dr Co. OA K tlA I'L is acknowledged to be the cheaiieai Houae to deal at In Wheeling. ;ci O. W. HK18BRLL JaB a. r*TZkK. it tt. SWkAUiMiKK, JS. HEISKELL & CO. RESPECTFULLY announce that they will open this day (Tuesday the 16th) a great variety of desirable tioods, suitable for tbe season, to wliich they would in vite theatlentton of buyer* rarl6 M~~" WALL PAPEK. " Teceived and more expected, and will be sold at reduced prices at - -WILDE dr BKO'S, ie23 Corner Bookstore. Provisions! Provisions!! MA YGEK dc Co. keep constantly on hand a full supply of Meats, Vegetables, and all Wmls of Provisions sad Pioduce for families snd bosts. Butter and Eggs fresh clear Ice, Ac. , . ' _ No. 43 Water street, formerly occupied as the Tremont House. CT-Boats will find it to their advantage to call. Jo3?If 10, uimi Olive Oil fi>r Ml. by Iniv'J JAMES BAKER MEDICAL. Pure Vegetable Extract. DR. MORSES INVIGORATING CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. Health rcMtored and life lengthened fcy I*r. !tlor*c'? 1NVIG0RAT0R ELIXIR OR CORDIAL. For centuries medical science has been ransacking the vegetable and mineral kingdom, in search of something that sliouid restore tbe lostur decaying ener^lc* or the uer v us and muscular systems, without the drawback of sub sequent prostration, which all Mimu aula, tonics, snd nar colics bad heretofore entailed- That something has been found. It is a vegetable production brought from the ste rile deserrsol Arabia the Stouy, by the celebtated Prut. Al. Morse, Well known aa a distinguished weinbcr or tbe leading t>cielific societks 01 the Old World, and equally distinguished as a physician, a chemist, and a traveler.? The Juice* oi this herb, concenti.itr d and combined with other vegetable 1.1 dirinal ertiufts. ate now producing tm> ?ulU neielolore tuiheai d ut, in llu* c sny other ciruntrt. At lirrftthe proierties attributed to Frol. *tOHSiS?Sr W-? VlUOKATlNtx El.lXlK OK CORDIAL were deemed labuloas. The public olleu drcicved could not btlitxt the simple ane sublime ti uths announced by tbe dhcovjTer.? Hut facts, undeniable lads, attested by witnesses 01 the highest class und c ha i aiter, ate now triumphing over ail doubt*. INCRKl'l L1TY IH OVERTHROWN by an ast 01 testimony which is perfec ly i rresistable. The Klisir ?emedies. in ail case*, the deplorable evile arising trom a misuse or abufeotthe various oigons which make up ?.he wnnderl. l machine called man. i t restores lo full v<gor( every delicate function connected with thai mysterious compound agency of .natter turn raind, neces sary to the Trprodurtioyi of human life To ?? rsonsol ice bit* muscular fiame, or deficient in vitU^owci, it is re commended as the only means of riiumunicatiug that en* e?gy which is necessary to the proper erijojmeut Of sli the natural appetites, as well as the higher mentu attributes. Its beneficial effects are not confined to either sex Or any age. The frcble girl, the ailing wile, the listless, enerva ted youth, the over worn man ol business, the victim of nervous depression, the individual suffering nora general debility, or from the weakness ol a single organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief from the use or this incomparable renovator. To those who have a predispo sition to paralysis it will prove a complete .md unfailing saleguai d against tliat terrible malady. Tnei e are many, perhaps, who have so trifled with their constitutions that hey think themselves beyond the reach ol medicine let noi eveu these despair. '1 he klixir deals witu C.Uea*r cs itcxisls, without lefereuce to causes, aud will not only re move the disoider itselt, but REBUILD THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION. The derangements ol' the system, leading to nervous dis eases, and the lorms ol nervous disease itself arc so au meion* that it would lequire a column to enumerateihe maladies lor which this preparation is k specific A lew however, may be enumerated, vis:?neuralgia, tic dolo reux, headache, incipient paralysis, hystei la, palpitation of the hea t, spinal affections, n mcular debility, tremors, flatulence, a pricking sensation.in the flesh, i.urqhuess torpidity ol the liver, mental depie*-~ion, weakness ol the will, indiapoMllor lo move, lainfuess after exercise, bro Ren sleep and terrifying dieanis, inability to remain In one place or i?o*ilion, weakness ol the pi oc restive organs, sex ual incompetency, melancholy, monomania, finer albus. Minting at Ihe stomach, female irregularities, a chrcnlc ten dency lo miscarriage, emaciation, aud all complaints grow - ing out of a fre- indulgence of the passions, and -*ll barren ness that does not proceed from organic causes beyond the reach of medicine. Whenever the organs to beaded upon are Iree from xaal ? formation or structural diseases it is averred that MORSES INVIGORATING ELIXIR will replace weakness with strength, incapacity with effi ; ciency, irregularity with unliorm aud natural activity, and this not only Wthoilt liazard of reaction, but with a hap. py effect on the geneial organization. OQir-hear in ndnd that aiimaladies wherever they begin, finish with the ner vous system, aud that the paralytalioii of the nerves of motion and sftnsation isfhyriral death Heu riii;aind sl so, that for eveiy Kind ol nervous disease the Klixil Cor di*l is the only rel able piepaiation known. CURE OF NERVOUS DISEASES.. No language cau'convey au adequate idea ol the immedi; ate and almost miraculous changc which it occasion* tn th?* diseased,debilitated and ahaltered uerv0u?sy&tet!i, Wheth er broken down by excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness, the unstrung and relaxed organization is at once braced, re vivified and built up. 'Ihe mental and physical symptoms of uervous disease va? isb together un der its influence. Nor is the effect temporary; oh the con tiary, the relief is perinaueut, lor the cordial propei ties cf the medicine reach the constitution i.seif, aud restore it to ts normal condition. Well may the prepaiation be call ed the MEDICINAL WONDER of the nineteenth century. 11 i*f as the first scientific man in the world would have adiuilted, that rniiAtieot medi cine heietoloie supposed to have no existence, a STIMULANT THAT ENTAILS NO REACTION Its lorce is never expended, as is the case with opium, tl? coholic prepaiatious, and all other excitants. The effect o these briel, and it may well be said orhim who takes tlieni ??"Ihe last state of that man is worse than the fits Hut the Klixir is an exhilerant without a single drawback?sale in its operation, perpetual iu its happy influence upon Ihe nerves, the mind, and the entire otgauiration; it \vill*lso letnove depressions, excitement, u tendency to blush, i sleeplessness, dislike oi society, incapacity lot stud; or husiuess. LOSS OF MEMORY, Contusion, giddiness, rush ol blood to the head, me aru.no ly, mental debility, hysteria, wielthcdness, thought* ol self.deatiuctiou, tear or iusanilr, nypochondii&sis, dys pepsia, geueial prostration, iriilabiiity, uervouchees, ina bility to sleep, diseases incident to lemales, decsy of the piopogating functions, hysteria, monomania, vague ter. iors, palpitation ol the heart, inipoleucy. ronsilpatlcu, etc. etc. from whatever cause arising, it is, if there ia any mil* arce to be placed ou humau testimony,absolutely iniallible A GREAT MEDICINE FOR FEMALES* The unparalleled effects of this great testoraiive. in all complaints incident to females, mark a new era in U?e an uals ol mediciue. Thousands of stimulants have been in vented?thousands ol invigoiaute concocted?all purport i:g to be specified in the various diseases and derange ments to which tbe delicate tormatiou or woman render her liable. The result has beretolore been uniform. These nostrums have iudeed imparled a momentary vivacity to the nervous system, a tiausieut and delusive vigor to the muscles; but tbU flash of relief has been succeeded by a depression and prosttatlon greater than before, and the end has t oo often been utterly to paralyze the ler.uperatlve power of the nerves aud the vital organization, aud finally to destroy the uuhappy Patient. Hut in MORSE'S INVIGORATING ELIXIR is presented as a phenomena in the materia medica hither to unheard of?a stimulant without a reaction. The herb which forms its nia'n ingredient, has bees ad milted by all the gTeat medical and pharmaceutical inatltu tious of Kurope to he In this i aspect *ui gcruris. l>r .Morse, whose name is an undisputed authority in tcletxe discoveied the production in Arabia, where his attention was ex'ciied by the woudertully invigorating euects it pio duced upon the natives, in fcet the wonderrul power of endurance, the exhaustless vi^or exhibited by tbe Arab, of both sexes, in their desert pilgrimages, is attributable to the use of this vitalizing herb. All appeal is mailt? to KVERY WO.MAN OF SENSE, who suffers fiom weakness, derangement, nervouareas, llemurs, paiusiit the back, or any otbet disorder, wfcetk er peculiar Co her sex, or common io hotn sexss?to gtvs the 1 it v: go rating Coi dial a trial. MARRIED PERSONS or otlttis will find this Cordial,after they have used a bot tle or two, a thorough regenerator of the system. In all directions arc to be round the happy parents of healthy off spring, who would not have been so, but lor this exuior <li nary preparation Aud it is equally potent I or the many diseases lor which it is recommended Thousands of young turn have been restored by using it, and uot as;n?a instance has it failed to benefit them. PERSONS OP PALE COMPLEXION or consumptive habit* ate restored by the use of a bo ti e or two to bloom and vigor, and changiug the skin from a pale yellow, sickly color, to a beautiful florid cnmniexio u. TO THE MISGUIDED. These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro duced by early habitsof youth, virs weakness ot the back ami limb*, pains in the head, dimness of sight, lossofrDua* eular power, palpitation ol ihe heart, dyspepsia, nervous , irritability, derangement of the digestive luixtions,. gene ral debility, symptoms of consumption, etc. iUeutally, the (earful eftecta on the mind are much to be d rehded. I.ohs or memory, confusion of ideas-, depression of sph its, evil lornbodings, aversion to society, aeif-?Us trust, love ol solitude, timidity, etc. aie some of ti* evils produced. All thus afflicted BEFORE CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE should reflect that a sound mind and budj are the must necessary requisites to promote connubial happiness; in deed, without tl*se, the journey through liie becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens the vitrwi the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the melancholy reflection that the Jiappin *ot another be comes blighted with jour own. PARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are often misled with respect to the causes and sourceso diseases in their sons and wards. How often do they as cribe to other causes of wasting of the frame, idiocy, mad ness, palpi: <tion of the heart, indigestion, derangement oi the nervous system, cough and symptoms Indicating con sumption, when the truth is, that they have b?en indulg ing in a pernicious though alluring practice, destructive to mind and body. NO MERCURY OR OPIUM?SOLEMN OATH. Dr. Morse, having recently heard jhat some physicians, and several druggistshave as&rited that his Coidial con tained mercury nn.l opium, has made the following affida vit. Whether those physicians and druggist* supposed It contaired mercui y or opium fi om the singular energy with Which it acts upon particula' diseases, or from the great power in relieving pain, or out of envr he knows not. State of New Yoik, city and county of New York, ss. Ontbe26lh nay of June, A. D. l?t6, personally appear ed before me, Andrew Jl Mickle, Ma>or of iht>city ofNew York, Metcali Morse, who by me being duly * worn, doth depose and say, that there is no corrosive sublimate ot other metcurial preparation used in compounding and ? ufttCluring, or ib contained In the medicine known by ti#i name of l)r. Morse's lnvi.orating Elixir Cordial, and lhat it does nof contain a pai tide of Opium. Sworn beioic me. this 26lh day or June, 1S96. A. II. M1CKLK. Major. CAUTION. lir. Morse's invito ratine Coidial has been counterfeited b> some unprincipled persons. In tutu\< all the genuine cordial will have (he propria tors facsimile pasted over the cork of each bottle, andth* lollowing words blown m the glass? *OR. Mouse's INVIGORATING CORDIAI., ? . P. II. RING, PROPRIETOR, N. V." CAUTION EXTRA. Also observe a Promissory Note with tre proprietor written signature . n every genuine bottle ot Hi. Alorw'a Invigorating Cordial. To counterfeit which is forgery (E?-Ihe Cordial U put up, HigM concentrated, in fint r" bottle! two for gj; tlx for J12. * II. II. HINci, Proprietor, 192 Broad wax, New York Sold by Druggists tbrojgboul the United States, Cuuife and Weal Indies. AGENTS. WHKKLINC-KelU & Caldwell! PITTXKUKGH?Fleming Brother*! CINCINNATI?B. B. Mratdnn; CUMBERLAND?P. A. HcalrA. C.. BALTIMORE?K. S. Hauce. jepM.-d:trwaw NO. 1 SALMON. PEW barrels In store, and for sal* br ma'; n. RhlLLX< SILK SHIRTS. AN assortment ot Silk Shirts and J)t*w*rs, lor f*nU? mau. always ou hand at No. ? Wheeling. mtSS! McNAlR * HiB YBY. CAm^l9Y "'?"'^ VOwm, 24 Union st C)!\ GKOSS Base nee Peppermint* m*11"