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_ INTELLIQ-ENCER - - i
t2^*NO,JOB OFFICE.
.SitedI up for, 68 execution of ?u kined* dm? ?Pres?ly
ssgg^
o??eat Cash prices, ?nU tS T Purcl>??<"> *' the
csi^|?sa?
?tth -VI v .. Accuracy and Prompt)
The7S??,h*lr '"rork "?>>*? done.
C liePsred to execute
Si* |^r"
KILL Hi-ads, n "T ?"??.
"ills L.bino Ball Tickets,
IT Bixk Crxckw,'
. o,;?Boo^ toss*
TUxi?i Frsioht Books,
Usckipta Kailroad Blanks,
sgF"
a' Blsctiok Ticksto,
?U W^7f0^,rrkdfnaCrip"?" of lettrr presa Printi^. AIao
COLORS ANDBBONZEH.
A" order,
ADVERTISEMENTS
No. 1, Sprigg House Emporium!!
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VKSTINGS!
I iSSSiFw1*
returned from New Tork ,n^T^ J' il, 1 tavo J""
? v. w ?' ^ ' ?? more room and time to attend tn
SXSSS^cSSgSff ?" ?*? wSKnf
?lace, brown, queen, blue, olive and
. . ... . DALHIA CLOTHS.
i.apd wooi cashmeretts. all shsdesand colon
Ac *ii?p i?r 3UIIimrrclotha. linen and gritaclotli*'
SL'f?r J"*1'1? frocli' dre!?- *?* >i?l bualSwcoati 1
Umb d/nuJ*^ 5' *ncl -American casslmeresi alio, ducka
Un? di Ullage. Ore., for making panla. AstoVestlnmi
t7^lSr2!hS-tiVutlm,MlIC"on looked at in anyci.
fc>iSr.M. i i viT? ""W prepared to r.iake up in the moot
SrVlc^ at?iCi " ',hlT? ?cured M r Rdiull'.
a?3!E?LV-f {TS ror the comln? season, I reel certain In
Clolhs "?"?>? ho""west
nJ?t*j?a^ftI?nv5vItl^tbe*^ove 1 have a beautiful a aao 11
wlfctl ?&&&** F0?3*' ?H seasonable, and fcsh
lonable, consisting of cloth, cassimere, cashmerett hnm
diablta .TpWo dre?
SS.JSSK." fi""* VMt* ?Sd P?M?. made (Tom tile TOM
ftsblooable andseasonable ObSds, in great varietvt alnn
?on?7t1nrtCOlti?? Shl^ aJk' ll?n. laSbs
^? and^i.5'eraDriW""' cr*VM- *tock"' "Usrs.
abletoJrimXM*' varle!jj *"0' rmrI othnr article suit
iii^LltUngagentleman's wardrobe.
au the above named articles, together with ui*nr
^Ei?n!*" hj [?r1V my ^NoTspriK^o,^
Plea** rail in and take a look, and much oblige youre
S. RICK.
NOTICE-EXTRA.
f *?"l,oclt Of common clothing that I will dis
Sg*V\EZi3?lnIn'- l? ?*???* formTW,iprln?
? S HI
New Savings' Bank Store,
'AfUNONED J.ETTEnS AT THE OLD TOSTGFrtCtf!
I Bonnets1
Kh fKmtVnU''lrrM'' ,,ock which w*?Purchased
S2Sl 3<bf msnutacturerso> the North. urderthe
S oFSl^Sn?iKDiS^d'Vrice',0%{jj.
?te ?ud retail., aud re,pecU,Tlly .otid^e^r. of
1 deem It uaales* to say much in praise of mr stork if
"? l^oi-'e of Wh^li^Tare not Bo^Jy
hPinbL^td by advertising pufT-.\ aufficeit to aav 1 h>v?
rOr^k^riSflMM r0uth5' *,nJ 'joy's Hoots and Shoes, mi?
wool, liCgnorij, brush ?ud rtraw Lata
^WpgweverT variety of silk, lawn, straw aid M?id
^^'d?iL ?o^rJS?in*b,a "Jl0' ^ *nd quality
Havim; purchased a large stock of the abDYs named ar
?n IlJ respectfully invite country merchants to
"11 m^' "* 'heir orders. I will duplicate
any bills purchased in the eastern cities for cash
-H!5 B. H. WATSON.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
S, ^ X.. .
Wwiirow having, on the nth (lay or
.I^SliL'Ji^; .>7 ProT'r deed conveyed in trust to the
n!r lortl?Maelltof itissaid VV'oodrow'acredit
?5fc all of his real and personol pronertv and cHmok i*? ,r
a^re^i^^Ke^^Uate^Sii?
5.1? te!? ?&^w?.lp,Ki7Sc:
apl3 GKO. IV, SIGHTS. ^aslg?e.
Saddlers Hardware,
~V ytot? AND COAC,! TRIMMING.
llSbSSvb 7 ""trade, to which 1 invite the at
fthepubllc- JOHN KNOTK,
,_-m?3_____ Old Stsud. 163 ?2n at.
W Notice.
D. MOTTH has associated with hlraui pcrtner
? his brother J. W. MOTTK. the nartnrrahin pSST'
W.'^.ToVtB1^BKOTH "y,e ?r "" firmr^?i0be
Second Notice.
4 LL perrons indebted to W. D. ilOTTS sre requested to
"Ai.fi settle their accounts Immediately.
T ' W. u. MOTTB.
_ Bound to Silave!
l>ER?n?,UK? w Cv?ULT,!lE;S "'"Orated warranted
tKm V ey5bl-v,! w"h the greatest ease, and are
lut *ver brought to this market. Just receved at
C. F-BROWN'S
.. New-Jewelry Store. WashingtoH
Throw Physic Co the Saga-Paalveraaaches".
HTDItO ELECTRIC VOLTAIC CHAINS.
reducing instant lelief from the most acute pain and per
Xi1??CUr Df! ?"N'utaWc diseases. SSJuST^
tlstc, painiui and Swelled Joints, Neuralgia
ot the Face, Deafness, blindness, St.
tVL1 ??"' ''?'ritstlons or the
Heart. Periodical Headaches,
I'ains In the stomacb, In
dige^tioD, dyspepsia
Uterine Pains,
Paralysis,
_ - e etc.
These chains were first introduced in the ritv of New
o? y?r since, and alter
i2 hv t?^Tr ^ , n cwery 111 the city, and appli
Valentine Molt, Post, Carnochan, Van Buren
ajdothers, it was discovered that they possess sttaiue
and wonderful power In the relief and cure of the above
tkeir sale, aud the success that has
attended their use is unparalleled.
Previous to their introduction into thiscountiv. toev
'iJ?veTy^08Pital in Europe, and are secured by
T>atenisin Prance, Germany, Anstiut, Prussia and Knr?
land, and aloo In the United States. "d Kne'
"THINK CLOSE AND PONDER WELL"
-J5S513S pIt? upo.? wblcl) " I* clsimcd that the chains
producetbsir marvellous cures are, first?that au ntrmu
itwow ere attended and produced by a deficient supplySt
nervous fluid, and an spent that resemblescloselv electrir
Hyrttr ylfctro mjgneMsm; and second
munetic chains, by being worn over and upon thenart
andorgsn diseased, rornish to the exhausted nervous 5ys
V P??WeJr01 al'roulaling effects, the nervous fluid
which is required to produce a healthy act.on through the
Sn ?J5S f2^^S ^Un^,108tluni U all?wed to beta
,h?
_ OKK THOUSAND DOLLARS
wlU be riven to any person v ho will produce so manr
well authenticated certificates of cure, both from intelli
gent pstlents and scientific physiclana, as have been ef.
fiKtd by tbe UM of Pulvermacher's EI?tric Oh^n, -
They never fail to perform what they are advertised to do
StBufStU0" *r h**? dissatisfied who has given
IN FEMALE DISEASES.
Hons thin one hurdied permanent cnrea of Prolapsuc
VUri have bean effected within. he list year by the use of
thste chain*. By applying one end of the chain over the
lesion o) the abdomen, :tid the other uj-on the spine, iuat
above the hip. the usual ?evere symptoms incident to that
dlitstearcatoace removed.
MODS OF USE.
Tie chain liquid be moistened before uae with common
vinecar, and then one end or the chain should be applied
directly to the aeat or the pain or disease, and the other
?nd cppczlu to It.
BE NOT DECEIVED i 1W Electric Chains *i*? not
toeurealldlaeaaea; bat for Servous Diseases it Is claim
ed that NO Medicinal Agent in the world baa produced so
many cm es in the last year as the Electric chain.
llWTAifT KEL1 Er from the most acuto pain, is pro
duced at the moment ol application much more effectually
than can He produced by opium, in any of its forma.
Call and obtain a pamphlet (gratis)
. ONE WORD MORE.
These chains are the same which have lately been sent
over to the Emperor of the French, to be tried byhlsown
physicians In cases or cholera, etc. sua which have proved
so eminently successful. 3. STE1NERT, sole A cent
corner Ptincestteet and Broadway.
ByjAMRS RAKER, and Hreiullnger & Armstrong,
Wheeling agents. dcl7-lyr
~W~ Dr. Todd's PUIS
flAH bahadfreshandgenuineat the following places In
V the city of WheeUngand vicinity, vir:?At the Drug
stores or James Baker: Kells A Caldwell; Brentlineer A
C0| DiTH Logan & i oj Fred'k Yahrling, W m -VcKee A
Coi CRitcliietownJi F A Breritllnger (Centre Wheeling)! at
he Shoe store of Todd A Devol, market square, and st
the Drugstore of the proprietor, corner of Quincy and
Fifth streets.
They can also be had at P Dunn's, Grave Creeks A Be
diuion's snd Jacob Uoodinc's, National Koadj Ben]. L
Crrtw-westAiexandrlai Wilson Stringer's, west Wheel
ing; and Uly Looman's, ilridgcport, Ohio.
ThesepUlaneednoiurther recommendation than a ail
trlali they have now keen in constant use for more than
twenty years, and If you Willi only give them a chance they
will speak for themselves?try thrm. 2Sc tier hoi-; Slue
dosigSOjer gross. laiW
' NEW BOOKS! " ~
Thirr's Consulate and Empire,?2 vols.
"Hesdley's Second War with Kngland," 8 vols.
-?Headley's Sacred Mountains"
??Baldwin Thomas' Gazetteer or the U. s "
??Sha-.v'-i Civil Architecture!" 4
??KithayanPtav?.1" by Mrs. Judson;
"Goethe's m&?- *c-*c.
apt8 iat receive & BROTnBR
ill, Tooth, nail and sha
r3"**
'MEDICAL.
Prof. Woods'
tegr
km
-?? ??? ????? w?..^ ??>? ..'mvu/ cwci inveniru itikt
W'SESti^Z f r-a wh,?ker? ?o ?>?
roloi of J 3uth. Itlioul ilfeilut cover Ibe bald
a sliort lime with the natural covorilm. remnv.
T. and preyonf!- the hair from railing o(T, and Is Cr w
ofllthv seiliuiont soabWi;n?.i.i. .1 V..-"rls,r"*
?.loi.mii u?ir irom lining off. and l? (Van
roin tin; fittliv -sednncDt to objectionable in diver* nn-na.
utiona of different names now bcfoiethe publici the lit
?t6bativ* i? abaauliftil article Tor thetoilel, (or tire old
or yonng. and can oiily be appreciated by its me, aud all
are reapectiully Invited to callattho Depot and examine
the testimonials of ladies and gentlemen or liistl reputa
tion lu the SouthsiiU West, where it was invented, but
will refar to the certificate below or the distinguished
matesmantnd Seustor, Judge Ureese, or Illinois;
1 have used Pror. O. S. Wood^HiirReil'ora^vlf^'nd
have Sdmirjd the wonderiui efloct. My hair was becom
'.'?'K' *3* tnOlght, prematurely grey, but by the use or his
Kestoralivo' it has resumed its original oolOr, and I have
no doubt permanently *o.
SIDNEY BRKKSE,
Ex-Senator of tlio United States.
Profcttaor Wo oils' Oriental Snuntivc
This Liniment Ua valuable auxiliary In the treatment of
some orthe mostrormidable diseases with which it is our
lot to contend; for instance, inflammation of the lungs ana
towels. By a thorough and continued application of this
Liniment over the region of the affectcd organ, these oth
erwise formidable diseases are at once disarmed of more
than half their terrors, particularly among children, and
thousands of mothers, were they allowed to speak, would
with all the eloquence of feeling and afltection, bear their
united testimony to Ih'e'fact that it had snatched'their chil
dren. from the vrry.laws of death, and restored them to
their foimer health and beauty. Again, it will be round a
powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally known
as an Ague Cake, or an enlargement of the spleen, in all
cases where au externnl application Is of service, this lin
ment will be found usel\)l.
General Depot 696 Broadway, New York; and 114
arket st. fit Louis
For sale wholesale and retail in Wheeling by
jeTdam WILLIAM J. AKMSTKONU.
$5,000 gi:
M. BALLY'S
ANTIDOTE
AND
CrONOBSHlEA LOTION,
THE GREAT OBIOINAL
FBENCH PREPARATIONS
For the safe, speedy and effectual cure of Gonorrhoea,
Gleets, Strictures, Whites, Pains in the back and
Loins, Seminal weakness, and all other;
PI80RDFR* OP T1IK URINARY ORGAN*?.
These invaluable preparations have now becu before the
public for the past five yearn, and have become so well and
favorably known that they do not require any very elabo
rate praise. They were invented by one of the fiest anil
most celebrated venereal physicians in Paris, and since
their introduction into the United States, have effected
more cures* both of recent cases and those of long stand
ing, than any other medicines o! the kind, ever offered to
the public.' In the treatment of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, al
so I*ucorrhoea or Whites (In females) they have never
been equalled, having cured many cases of from C to eight
years' standing, and lite Proprietories warrant them to
cure nine cases out of ten, taking them on an average.?
They contain u? mercury or an, other mineral substance,
as a large majority of the preparations now in use do, but
on the contrary, areentiiely Vegetable In their nature,
and will do no injury to the most delicate female. Those
whp are afflicted cannot do better than to tTy them, and
tbey will recommend themselves.
They are put up in bottles, with full directions accom
panying them. the Antidote at $17and the Lotion at CO cts
pet bottle. One bottle lasts ten days. Many have been
entirely cured in two or three days.
Invented by M. B**'LLY, Physician of the Paris Hospi
tals, and prepared Trora the original recipei, and sold at
wholesale and retail by
DUROY & CO., General Agent*,
for the United States and Canada, to whom orders must
be addressed.
Principal Depot, 458 Broadway, corner Grand st.. Jfew
York
Sold in Wheeling, wholesale and retail by
1. II. PATTERSON 6c Co.
No. 33 Monroe at.
Pittsburg-FLEMING & BKOTHEltS, Ho. 60 Wood
and by Druggists generally j?.-tG-3m
AFFLICTED READ !!
PtalEadclphin Mrdical House?Established SO
yearn ago by Dr. Klinkelin, corner Third and Union
ste* between Spruce and P.ne, Philadelphia, Pa.
INVALIDS
Are apprised that Dr. K1NKKL1N confines his practice
to a particulai brunch of medicine, which engages his
undivided attention. lie cautions the unfortunate
against the abuse of mercury? thousands are annually
mercurialized ou' or. lire. Kecent affections are promptly
extihgulshed.
TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the treatment of a class of diseases hitherto neglected
and imperfectly understood, has enabled DK. M.NKK
LlPi, {Author of a tr or it on SeifPrtserxation,) to prove
that nine tenth* of the causes oi nervous debility, local
and constitutional weakness, menial and physical suffer
ing, aire traceable to certain habits, lormiug the most se.
cret yet deadly and fatal springs of domestic misery and
premature mortality. .
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Thereis an evil habit sometimes indulged in by boys, in
solitude, often growl, g up with them to manhood, and
which, if not reloriued in due time, not only begets seri
ojisobstacles to malrimouial happiness, but gives rise to
a series of protiuctcd, iiisi ious, and devastating affec
tlous. Few or those who give way to this pernicious
practice are awaie of the consequences* until they find the
uervoussystems shatleied, tec! strange aud unaccounta
ble feelings,and vague fear* in the mind.
The duiu'rtunate thus afflicted becomes feeble, is una
ble to labor with accustomed "Igor, or to apply his nil d
to study; his step is tardy and weak, he is dull, irreso
lute, aud engages in his sport with less energy than usual.
_lr he emaucipates hinuelf before the practice has dune
its woist eud enter matiimony, his marriage is unfrwt
ful,?ud hisseuse tells bint that this is caused by his early
follies. These are considerations uhich should awaken the
attention of those similarly situated.
MARRIAGE.
Requires the fulfilment or several conditions, iit order
that it*may be really the cause of mutual happiness.?
Could the veil which now covers the origin or domestic
wretchedness be raised, and its true souice in every in
star ce disclosed?in how many could it be traced to phys?
ical disqualifications aud their attendant disappointment!
Apply then, while yet in time, in order to have your un
strung and relaxed organization rebraced, revivified and
stteugthcued.
REMEMBER.
He who places himself under Dr. Kinkelin's treatment
may reilgiou^y ?oufide in |?is honot as a gentleman,-aud
rely upon the assurance,'tiiat the secrets of Dr. K/S pa
lieuts will never be disclosed
Young man?let no false modesty deter you from mak
ing your case known to one wlio, from education and re
spectability, can certainty befriend you.
Too many think they will conceal the secret in their
owii hearts, atidcure themselves 1 alasl how often is this
a latal delusion, and how inanjr a promising young man,
who might have been ait oinameut to society, has laded
lromihe earth.
Strictures or the urethra are rapidly removed by the
application of a therapeutical agent, U6ed only by Dr. K.
TVcalcness and conntitutiartal debility promptly cured, and
full vigor restored.
COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Can have Cby stating,their case explicitly, together with
all their symptoms, per letter enclosing a remittance,) Dr
K?s nisdicine. app iopr:ated accordingly.
Forwarded to any part of the United States, and pack
edsccure from damage or curiosity.
READ ! !
YOUTH AND MANHOOD.
A Vigorous Life or a Premature Death, Dr. Kinkclin on
St f-Preservation.?Only 25 cents.
tis a work eminently required, as a means of reform
ing the vices or the age in which we live. Also
NATURE'S GUIDE,
With "rules for the prolongation of Life, just from the press.
A letter with a remittance or 25 cents, or the value *.n
post stamps, addressed to?Dr. KITiKELIN, Philadel
phia, Pa , will secure a cOpy of either of the above books
by return of mail, or 12 copies will be sent free or post-"
ace lor gl. Bookselelrs, canvasse a, traveling agents,
Ac., supplied wholesale at the publishers prices, which
admit oi a large pront.
CT"A11 iette* s must be post.pald.* jel9
ERUPTIVE DISEASES.
IT has now become a settled fact, acknowledged by the
beat Physicians orour city, that In the euro of Sci ofoia,
Tetter, end many other disease?, Hkehtlikobr'm Fluid
Extract or.SAttBAPAniLLA and Dandelion, is decidedly
above all other preparations. It speaks foritselfwhonever
used j and although we have never taken the pains of ha v.
inglt published through the papers, or appointing agents
rorthe sale of It, yet weaie almost weekly receiving or.
dera from Vermont, New York, Ohio, Kentucky and other
states, by persona, who by some chance zneans havo heard
of its wonderful curative powers. The following isfroth a
gentleman of Vermont a few days since, who used it for a
very serious diseasei?
Dsa* Doctor s
The two bottles of medicine I got from you
when In Wheeling, have nearly cured me; please send me
some more by Express.
' Yours Respectfully.
It is now prescribed by nearly all the PhyBicians of our
city, not asa quack medicine, for we have made them ac
quainted with the componant parts} and we now say tp all
such as we have not the opportunity of making It known
(o, thatitiM entirely (Vee from all minerals, and is not in
the least incompatible with any of the preparations of Io
dine, Fowler's solution, or other properties.
To be liad at Paxton & Lake's, and P. Yahrllng, and sold
wholesaleand teullj^fENTL1NGBR 4 ARMSTRONG.
; Monroe street, opposite Washington Hall, Wheeling Va.
July 21, ?SS.
S A AC HOC K. JA8. SI. HQ
I. UOfi]E & ?OIV,
Attorneys at law & land Agents,
Marshall C. If., Va., Moundttillc, P. O ,
WILL practice in Ohio, Marshall, and Wettel counties.
Particular attention will be given to collections and
Land business. All kinds of land constantly for sale.
?p21-lyd&tw
PHILADELPHIA
Curtain Warehouse,
171 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, oyjXHtlr the State Howe.
UKKRV u'dAVVUSD.
Importer and Dkai.er in Cdrtain'8, Curtain Ma
terials, and FdRSITORI COVERINGS,
"VT nioa be offere at the lowest market price*.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The slock comprising, in part, the following:
Embroidered Lace Curtains; Gill Cornices;
Ho i JAisiin Do
Drapery Laces + Muslins;
French U rocalells, all widths
and colon;
Satin de Laines;
Damask*;
do Pins;
do Bauds,
Canopy A;die* and Rings;
Con'a. Tassels. Gimps,
Fringes, curtain Drops,
Alar^estock of FREKCH FLUSHES, of all colors ami
q AUOTSP n '/A 0 OIF SHADES, and HOLLANDS ol al'l
colors itor shading.
N. 15. Person, ordering Curtains, will give the measure
of the helehth and width o' he entire frame of window.
M. RKILLY
MEDICINAL.
The Nonpareil Nerve and Bone
Liniment,
PREPARED BY H. H. CARR & 00.. FROM
A PRESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY DR.
WATSON CARR, OF WHEELING,
LATE OF MOROANTOWN.
It i. ha.rj uf?n & W Uu. t
power trhirh is I
i in removing inter*
jclionsi a power tchirh.U bcanifully
'~wkMajssaa"'
ARB YOU SUFFERING
FROM Rheumatism, 'Sore Throat, Croup, Difficult
Breathing, Tooth-Ache, Tic Doloreux, Fain in the
Breast or Side, Strain or Spasm* Head-Acne, lnflamnia
lion Stiff Joints, Cuts, Bruises,Poison Sores, Fever Sores,
Pain or cramps (n the Stomach. Cholera Morbus, Cholera
Infantum* Cholic; Lame Kack? Chilblains, bitea ol Poison
ous Insect* or Rabid Dogs,, Ague cuke, Ague in the Breast
or Face, burns, bruises, chafing, chappea^ban da? ^^" **?
Contractions or the Muscles or cords, cuts or any kind,
Musclar -weakness, Paralysis, Piles, Kar Aclte, Ulcers,
Salt Kheum, Scurvy, Sore Nipples, Horr IJpR. \ cncieal
Sores, Scarlet Fever, or any similar disease, you may rest
asauied that in this article you Uave
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY.
which not only removes pain almost instantaneously, but
penct..it?p^pYcATES THElDISEASE.
Some will laugh at the idea of any composition curing
such a number 01 diseases? but if yon but reflect that these
diseases, though numerous in name, all arise fiom similar
causes, the proposition will teem less extravagant; but ?
were It ten times more so tub facts which stare us in the
face would force the candid to acknow ledge itH merits; for
all who have used it themselves, or witnessed its magic
effects on others,'unite in declaring it Just what ita name
(Nonpa'eiOln^ca^^^iW^i^.
Have you never noticed the striking a*mllarity between
many external and Internal diseases having entirely differ
ent names' And baa it never occurred to you that a rem- ..
edy might be prepared which should be equally applicable
to both? This remedy is now offered you In tke ^ ompa.*
rbii. Limimbnt, which does not Insult your underaunding -?
by claiming to have been found in nomn burning moitntiin*
of Mexico or mighty caret of the earth-, but is simply the
Offspring or Scienci:! being mild and simple in its action
and yet levealing in lt8 effects a power almoat incredible,
?reaching the most hidden sine ws of mau or toenet,?
and yet being innoxious to the weakest inlant. 11 la also
by far the cheapest Liniment in the market, being put up in
bottles twice am large ns the majority, and oue-fourUi larger
than the largest, besides being more than four times an
uti ona; we therefore oflfer it to you with pride anil con
fidence, as anartlcle exactly suited to the wants of rich or
poor, high or low. ....
l he unprecedented size in which the Nonpareil Liniment
iaput up; and the vast expense of the materials used in it,
makes it impossible for us to pay for the printing of the
hundreds of certificates we might publish, nor do we deetn
It necessary, as the article wherever it is uaed will certify
for itself.
We would however refer those afflicted ones who have
soortenbeen gulled by forged certificates and big assertion*
to.the following names, being bnt a few of the many per
sona whose character for candor and veracity ueeda no
panegyric from us. and who having fully tested ita virtues
in the different diseases far which it Is recomnwuded, are
prepared to speak of Us merits as it deserves. -
Sold in Wheeling by james Haker, Kells @ Caldwell, T
I!-Logan @ CO, 'IrH McKee, Patleraon Co., and by the
prlncl|>al Drigjgjraof Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
am Jfefe-i m?*
among the many remedies offered to the public for the cuie
of disease, one we can consent to commend, or whose vir*
tuea we are able to discover, and have always seduously
avoided giving utliiaiice to anything that might lead any
one to suppose that we plac id any faith in their pieten
aions. Rut with reference to a remedy manu actured In
this place, and which has become as Tamilian to the public.
?Yhousehold wordf, we speak 1'iom knowledge of it* Jn;
trinsic excellencies, its adaptation to many of the ills of
li e. and the security with-which it may be used. VNe
speak, of theNoupareil Nerve and Bone Liniment, prepar
ed by H. 11. Cart* & Co., from a prescription furnished by
l)r Watson Carr, late ol Morgantown, and now of Wheel
?net one of the most eminent Physicians tn Virginia. This
Liniment la based upon the broad pilndnle that any reme
dy which will relieve external pain, will If properly com
pounded, be equally efficacious in leiuovirginteiiul affec.
tions, a principle that has bet-n successfully developed.?
ltjs simply the offspring of Science, being mild and sim
pie in its action, tud yet revealing in Its effects a power
more incredible, reachinz the most hidden ainewe of "?an
and beast?and yet beingjnnoxiouatotbc weakest infant?
It is alao by lar the cheapest Liuiment in the market, being
put up in rottles twice as large aa the majority, ai d one
fourth laTgcr than the largest, besides being more than four
tiroes as strong. Wc commend it to those in want of a
nafe and certain remedy; " '
"Maitt- KiWTlifumS'
An Invaluable Book for 25 Cents
!?Every Fumily Mhouldhavr ir Copy.'*
COPIES sold in leas tbmi three months. A
OUUU new edition revised and improved, just iuue?
DR HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL AND "AND
BOOK. FOR THE A FFL1CTED?Containing an ouilintf
of the origin, progress, treatment and cure 01 overy roriu
ofdiaease, contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse,
by self abuse, or by sexual excess, with advice for their
prevention, written In a familiar style avoiding all medica
technicalities, and every thlngthat would offend the ear o
decency, from the result ol some iwenty year* aucceaaiu
practice, exclusively devoted to the CHIC of diseases ola
delicate or private nature. ?
To which is added, i eceipts for the cure of the abo\e
diseases, and a treatise on the causes, symptom* and cuie
?r?fc>fnumjfef the KS/ewror. of OmUtries in 2?nr ' C?l
advertise tocuie the diseases of which it treats Is ??rad
uate of one or the beat colleges in the Onlted Mates. It,
aBlmls lift pleasure to recommend him to the unfoi tunatn,
or to the victim of malpractice, aa a successful and expe
rlenced pinctitioner, in wboie honor and integrity they
may place the'greatest confidence.^ j,
From A. IVooiuard. M. D, of Pcnn. DnirersUy, Philadtl
phia.?ll gives me pleaauie to add my teaUnwny to the
professional ability of the author of the "Medical Man
ui|.?'t' Numerous cases of Disease of the Genital Orgsim,
some of them or long stauding, have come under my no
tice, in which bis skill has been manliest in restoriigto
pericct health, in aome cases where the patient has been
considered beyond medical aid. In the treat ment of J?em
iiiai weakueases, or disarrangement of the functions pro
duced by self abuse, or excess of venery, 1 do not know
hia superior hi theiprofcssion. I.have been
with the author some thirty years, and deem it no more
than justice to bina, as well as kindness to the unlort'i
nate victim of early indiscretion, to recortmfend himaa
one in whose professional tklll and integrity lbey may
safely confide themselves.
' ALrtian Woodward, M. D.
'Thia is, without exception, the most comprehensive
and intelligible work published, on the class of d&ttigttW
which it treats. Avoldingall technical terms, it addresses
itself to the reason ol i ta readers. It ia fre* ftroib all ob
jectionable matter, and no parent, however tastidlous, car
object to-placing it in the hands of his soiisi The author
has devoted many years to the treatment of tho varioua
complaints treated of, and 'with loo little breath to P^fT,
and 'too little- preBumplion1o iiiipo>e,' he bas offeied to
the world at the merely nominal price of 2.? cents, the fruita
ol some twenty years most successful practice Heroin.
?No teacher or parent should be without the knowledge
imparted tn tlii* invaluable work. It would save years of
pain, mortification and sorrow to the youth under their
Charge.'?People's Advocate. . .......
trA'Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, in writing ol Vv
ter's Medical Manual,'says: 'Thousands upon thousaf^a
or our youth, by evil example and. the influence of the pa?
sions, have been led into the habit ol self-pollution with
Jut realigns the sin ard feariul consequences upon them
selves and their posterity. The constitutions of thousands
who are raising familiea have been enfeebled, if not 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 ultinately to rerapve tbia
wide-spread source of human wretchedness, would coiiler
the greatest blessing next to the religion fo Jesus Christ,
enmtmr <mni.nl{mm. Inle HPerallC, (OT
a thousands, is not a greater scourge to the hu?
man race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the amicted,
and, believe me, your co-worker in the good workyou are
S?Onecopyev^ll,boi,forwar?led Ceecuiely enveloped and
postage paido on receipt of 26 cents, or six copies lor *1
Address, COSDKN 9 CO., Publishers, Box ISO. Phlla
"^Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents, supplied on
the most liberal terms. junelS-yr
Planished Tin Ware.
JUST opened,an assortment of splendid Planished Ware,
consisting of coffee and Tea Urns, chafliig Dishes, Oys
ter Stewers, Vegetable Dishes, Dish Covers, Teapot*, Kg?
coolers, Stomach warmers, and painted Toilet sets??a
beautiful article.' We respectfully solicit the attention ol
the public to oUr vaTled and beautiful assortment of House
and Steam Boat furnishing goods ;
HOBBS, BARNES <fr CO,
No 28, Monroe St, near the Post Office,
novIO . . . Wheeling, Va
Wheeling Window Glass
S1ANUF A C T OR Y.
THE Partnership heretofore existing between Stocktoat!
ttankerd <Se Co, has been dissolved by the purchase of it,
Mr. Bankerd's right, title, and interest, by Stockton A
Kussell.
The business will be carried on under the name or
oct8 STOCKTON, RUSSELL <k CO
Wheeling. Oct 4. tS'2
ok to your Coughs !
TO al laucti .? are laboring under Coughs, Colds. Hoarse
ness, fains in the Breast, Spitting Klood, <5ic., wo
would honestly recommend the use or Brentlinger's Com!
potuid SjT'iip of Boneset, as apleasaut, sale and speedy
cure. It can be had at'Messrs. Paxtow <fe LaKM's, end ot
the Su*i>entiuu liriilge, and at
UKKNTI.I.N'OER <t- ARMSTRONG'S,
augzi- yr:d Monroe street. Wheeling.
To Country Merchants.
MR.fi. 8. KNOX having withdrawn from the firmot
ilcClallen, Knox& Co., the remainlugpartners havo
associated with them Mr. Chester D. Knox, (brother of S.
S. Knox,) so long and favorably known in the trading public
?as? uming the style ofMcClallens and Knox.
Tliey would respectfully inform their old customers Cwhu
haVo so long and liberally sustained them) and all other deal,
ers in Boots and Shoes, that their Fall Stock will be arriv
ing from the 10th to,tbe last of September.
Having been selected with thegjeatest care and bought
for cash* they flatter themselves that in their Fall Stock ot
Boots and Shoes they can hold out inducements in quality
and prices superior to any ever offered in the market. To
Country Merchants on their way east, they would be plea*,
cd to exhibit their stock, and post them in prices, fearlessly
challenging a comparison with the markets of Baltimore and
Philadelphia. Qep3] McCLALLENP ?r KNOX
T OiiAX, CARR dt CO., have just received no boxe?
1 i of tohacco, in addition to their laige stock. Call
round at No. St, and see a specimen of tbe 'Californi
golden bar Tobacco," intended for all "who love a gooa
thing.** A lso. a large lot of imported Segars Just t oh and
Advice.
IF yon arc troubled with a cough; pain i? tbe breast or
any affection ol the Lungs?use Brentlinger'a Com
pound Syrnp of Roneset.
If you are afflicted with Rheumatism, have received
bruises or sprains, or your hands or feet are frostbitten
or chapped?Use tbe Berger or Spino and Muscle Lini
ms"ioul*d you be affected-with Scrotal*. or anr disease
arising rrorn impurity of tfceblood, or the injudicious use
or mercury, by all means piocure Brentllcger's Fluid Ex
tract of Sarsaparilla and dandelion. i*. USiV-3f.',
Thew remedies have been tried by hundreds, and in all
cases have given satisfactory evidence of their superior
efflracy over every other medicine in the cure or luese
complaints, for which they are recommended.
To be had at
rrbktmngbr * Armstrong's
Apothecary, Monroe street.adjoining the Mcture Hou*e,
^ASTERN ADV^JSFMENTS.
^ACTO^S
?ii Aonru \v ha urns.
tor-Reft,*. to t- AMtilntlelphiu, Vn.
URISKKLL & Co.,
?L,; r & to. ?
ineuU. ' " AK*R,t c"" "iHmki.riiaviiiiCM oM roimlgn.
Hoskins, Heiskell & Co
smLE,7?^c'???-,GooDSi
u,??spacJtl' Brother &. Co.
A'a70 A%!i?k^A^E DKY GUODS STOKE,
John "joVJ^?/aC*rT!'
Wollea, Ballard & Co.
fAnr.r/N ?, IMPORTERS AND JOQBKfca IN
FOREIGN ANE) DO.MF.STiG UKY GOODS,
? 1/9 Market &tr*rt- I'ltilx.ioi '
irZ> \, u DRY GOODS.
WB * rHrk,'t **1>i"n?,c|pl,la.
??.^^M'o??erttn ST'
t |?^^J"^Vl^W8coVen ,0 00"al(inm,"lta ?' W?<"
I RKPKR TO?John Goshorn, l^sq., )
'l'hos. Johnston, Jr., Esq. f Wheeling
And other Sooietv Rejralia
oy ?#ioot <$? Smith, No. 73 Baltimore Street,
thit 9?n-# A Baltimore, ilfirf.
1HKasortment usuaUy on hard conal.ta of
<vj i riREQAIiIAj
? V* ~ c?npmentf "b0lllina'* ^ ??
: alh" omc"s- ??
4lh*Ud Mh Pindr Ko
Jta?fr_KrtgU TcrapIaK Koyal A-:h, .?d M.,,e,
.Ion, o/ ???. Burner*. s,.ord?. Ac.
nw,,ion,-o^ir,r;(ir- ,ud
3dX?^i?&^?r^urowyemhroi'1"
JEWELS
?nRd,Sc'??t' (O II,. y?
,1bc? for n"gf,?0Ci??*- ?nMoaelu.f,l toord.r:.?d i?
jbb
I'aralfe'or*Worhln*th"rlE'lvt" with
?aarMrSt
-|IC>"fl T ''RY, Amis sVheellnit. V?. ocU-tr
. liwyn ?C Keia,
1 mporter. nnri J,bb?r..f 1,'r, v o?d..
? 2A'?rover strrlt.
Ofp r BALTIMORE, Mb.
choicc i..d MtltttMiS-b 'hr1m?*t "???"?We term?, a
i?VUey '~^^"?^teuo'fT.5s:.R
aTex. r>NN ? ~ """^-dir
PENN & MITCCTLI,0' *"TC"*Ll"
r, TOBACCO AND '
General Commission Merohants.
No. 87 South Gay 8tbk*t;
tWIB--, REFERENCES: Ba,,,?"?????
wW.%"v,+lJoMerCh*m'' B*"k- B,ltiu>ore.
Lo\e,.Martla 4-Co. ' 1?
rhof. .1. L'?i?on + i:o, 'J"
ttillard, Bird,* Co. *!"
?5^*..BalMr, Wbe?Hiif. do
w. tr. Hhriver, do
Forsrtb?? 4- Hopkins, Jo
?tSnie% * Bridgeport.
T. BK1.T. ?
BELT & BOWIE, "* C- ^OW,*'
TOBACCO AND GENERAL
fioduoe Commission Merohants
Hon Tho bSer?*
2*?n.Spar?'Rnfc CAW- !
s;
Fitzgerald 4- Magruder. 1? '
Lon? 4-11?A,. ' do
W*bb. Rowland + Co Loulsvi|re u0
isss^.%hk,aa~wb^- ' CJ.
TW. OOSNBLL &'sON
oSr^"5'
COTNTRY PRODUCE,
71 Bowtr'a Wii*r,, (South St.),
BALTIMORE.
p xj i .. *> Af a/?itAcJjy.'
5: u.^X^n,'r" ??"*>?) B m
JUillrr, JWayhrw+Co. >B?lti.nor?.
Wm. T. Keibjr, -> '
John Goshorn i? .Son. >Whrpii??r
Jacob Senaeny. f heeling.
A.J. Wheeler, ?)
|u?.;r^;,>co. }??-.?.
Webb, Roland ij* Co. ")
|lou1?v111?.
Jease Hook, Wayneaburg. Pa. [Jan26
TABB, SHIPLEY & CO.
Flour and Ueiteral Produce
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
51 Light Street, Baltimore.
RKFKkfAVKS:
C C Jamison. Esq. Cashier Bank of Baltimore.
D Sprigg, Ksq, Cashier Merchants' Bank.
Traeman Cross, Esq, Cashier Com. dc Farmers' Hank.
Messrs Green way at Co, Baiikors, Baltimore.
'? John Sullivan <fc Sons, ??
?? S C Baker <3c Co, Wheeling.
Mr Jas R Baker, ??
Mr K B Swearingen, "
Q3TC??1? advanceR made on conpicwmentg. decC
JOSF.ril CUBTj JOHN M. WELLS,
Of WeUiburg, Va. OflVells&urg, Va.
QIST & WELLS,
Produce Commission Merohants,
No. 39 Sooth Howard Street,
BALTIMORE.
OCVParticular attention to the sale of Flour and
other Produce, 'with prompt returns.' Advances made on
consignments.
REPTRENCE8:
Brooks,Tibballs 4- Fallen, Baltimore.
Colo 4* Howard, do
Brooks, Son 4? Co. do
SUnglufT, Kiisey 4* Co. do
Brown 4- Kirkpatrick, Pittsburgh.
James Dalzell. do
Dr. J. C. Campbell, Wheeling. CJan'tt
"Pendleton & Brother,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IN' LEAF TOBACCO, COTTON, AND PRODUCE
GENERALLY,
Pendleton1 a Wharf, No. 120Lov<r End of Smith9* Dock
BALTIMORE.
REFERENCES.
Hugh Jenkins & Co. *)
F. W. Brim* *fc Sous, > Baltimore.
| Wm. Wilson 6c Sona, J
Edwin Worthara& Co. 1
Arch'ld Thomas At Son, > Richmond.
Hugh W. Fry, )
Rhodes 6r Oglebay, Bridgeport. Ohio.
Tweed, Sibley * Wright,")
Joseph O. Butlertfc Co. > Cineirnati.
John Creigh, J
fiftSKST } c^l"ton,8.C
Gordon<fc Co., Louisville.
James M'Cully, )
Brown de Kirkpatrick, > Pittsburg.
7.. Chafee, )
D. Lamb, Esq, Cash. N. W. Bank, *)
S. Brady, Esq, Cash. M.& M. Bank, Wheeling.
Jas. R. Baker, J
Joslah riblcy, Hamburg, S. C.
Henry A. Shrocder, Mobile, Ala.
A. L. Gaines. New Orleans. ap&V-Cm
THE LONDON
Watoh and. Jewelry Store.
NO 10 LIGHT STREET,
(4 floor ft from Birltimorest., opposite fountain Hotel,) 1
Baltimore.
THE subscriber, alter twenty years' experience in the
cities of Europe, would inform citizens and strangers
who are in want of a good watch, that, for quality of work
manship, his watches defy all competition; he having fa
cilities for obtaining Fine London Watcmii, Which few
in this country possess, being -personally acquainted wi'h
the most eminent London manufacturers.
J. ALEXANDER,
Lnts of J. At. French's Royal BxchcCnge, London,
0CF*Fine Watches and Jewelr/ repaired properly. All
London Watches sold at this establishment, warranted
free of cost for four years. sepl6-lrd
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE* "~7
rjIHE undersigned hive entered into partnership, for the
X. purpose of carrying on the wholesale tobacco business,
under the firm of Logan, Carr & Co.
LLOYD LOGAN,
JOS. G. BAKER,
WATTSON CARR,
_mar30 H. H. CARR.
Agricultural Warehouse.
THE undersigned are now prepared to fill orders for all
kinds of Agricultural Implements, have just received:
Straw aud Hay Cutters, assorted ;
Virginia Corn Shelleis, do
Thermometer Churns,
Geddes' Harrows;
Ox Yokes,
Meat Cutter*;
Sausage Stutters;
Store Trucks, etc.etc.
dcSdawlm UlrAFRK BROTHERS, quincy St.
OOn CHOICE piaiu bams iu store, and lor sale by
jyift M. RRILLY
111 Gold Foil (a very superior article.) for sate by
1VJ jan3i JAMBx BAKBK
771 MACKEREL. ^
I hO a?s. Nos. 1 aK.d 2. jnst received and fo^sale by
IMt? del4 M. KEILLY
MEDICINAL.
Dr Hall s Celebrated Pulmonic Elixir
TJORMilpermiiurbt ciir<> ofcoogtn, colda, consumption.
X bronchitis,, asthma. irflneoza,croup, whooping cough,
inflamation ot the bronohea and hoarseness, caused by pub.
lion I,cnki"BionJ aU *-n"cclIous u tI,c organs of respira
Warranted the plea*antystand best medlcino for diseas
es o the lungsever sold ii< Amerith.
In presenting ibis meiUfcllie lo the public ue have the
satisfaction to know that we not only present them with
on I uvaluabie antidote for the class of diseases it profes.
sen to cure, but one which is perfectly harmless in its of
feels iiprn the constitution, an con be administered with
out any rear of mineral pulton', for it contains none.
The fact, that a large portion ol the Buffering, and death
throughout t c country, is caused by disease of the organs
OT respiration, consequent upon exposure and cold, has in
duced us to put it withlu the reach of every irdiVidual
who .may need a rev.edy that lias proven Itself so in valu.
able.
This medicine is the result ofalong experience, and
study of those diseases of the lungs which aro so frequent in
our changeable climate} and we claim it to be ih advance
of all mcniciiieeevor before discovered fur those peculiar
complnuts, uu improvement all* and consequently
?upe?ior to all others.
We shall make no extravagant assertions of lis efficacy
In curing diicates. like the venders of too many nostrums,
who deceive all who trust them, nor shall we hold out any
inducements which experience docs not justify.
Ifpatients will persevere in tho use or.this medicine,
and use ii as directed, they will be cured in every instance
that it is not beyond the power of medicine. There are
nuneroua persons now enjoylngthe olessings of health and
renewed life, as it were, who otnerwise would have long
since been in their grave, but for the timely and perse ve
ring use ol this invaluable remedy. It is not pretended
that it is infallible in every stage or consumption, but we ;
know it to b? better adapted to the various diseases of tho
respiratory organs than any other Medicine ever ofl'ered to
the nubile. All we ask is atrial, and in every instance, if
used freely according to I he directions, and if perfect satis
I faction i3 notgivn, the money will be returned.
Genuincsigned E, HALL ?Sc CO. For sale by JAMBS
BAKER, Druggist, Wheeling, Va. Also, by Druggists
j generally throughout the countrv. .apJMy
GREAT CUREFORDYSPEPSIA
ril 11K True DtgetHte Flu
DR HOUGHTON'S . 1 id.Jfia.tric Jut,Ot, pre
? Spared from Rennet, or the
. Fourth Stomach of the Ox,
after the directions of Ba
ron Liebig, the great Physi
ological Chemist, by J.S.
IIocohton, M. D., Phila
delphia, Pa.
This is Nature's own
Kemhdv for an imhealthy
' wi Mzii stomach. No art of man
can equal itscurative powers. It contains no Alcohol,
Hitters, A emu, or Nauseous Drugs. It is extremely
aereeable to the taste, and may be taken by the most
feeble patients who caunoteata water cracker without
acut?distress. Beware ofDauooieo Imitations. Pepsin
is NOT A DftttO.
Call on the agrnt, and get a descriptive circular, gratis,
giving a large amount or SoisMTitttt Evimrwri:, from Llc
blg'a Animal Chendstry; Dr. Combe's Physiology of Di
gestion; Dr. Pereiraon Food and Diet} Dr. John W. Dra
per, of New York University; Prof. DungUson'sPhysiolo*
gy* Prof. Sillimaii, of Yale College; Dr. Carpenter's Phys
iology; etc., together with repot ts of cnaieslrom all parts
ofthe United States.
1. II. PATTERSON. S3 Monroe street, WHEELING,
Wholesale nnd RetaiMcent; Tnait?6-d?wly
SPKIN^ DHESS GOUl)S.
"1T7"K have just opened a f-pleodid assortment of Dress
TV Goods, of the numerous styles anil qualities calcu
lated to please every one*
mr4 MrNATR & HKRVBV
( 1 bbi.h *Nu i Castor oiljusl tee'd aud lor sa>e uy
? jan3l JAMKS BAKKH
To the ?>adies!
WE have just received, at the sign of the big red boot,
the most beautiful and complete a*sorti. ent of lu
dies, misses and children's Shoes ever presented in this
market?
50 pair ladies Philadelphia Gaiters;
10') do do Slippers;
300 do do Jenny Linds;
MIBSF.s' AND CHILDREN'S WORK.
fOO pair misses boots and shoes of every variety;
1000 4 children's do do /(to do
gentlemen's work.
100 pair Gents line boots;
100 do flue Monroes;
200 do patent leather Oxford Ties;
!.*>0 do do Jersey do
100 do do Congress boots;
12i? do buckskin Oxford Ties;
75 do do congress boots;;
108 do col'dclo'h do
2n0 do patent ieather Weusfer Ties.
Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and examine
at the sign or 1 he Big Red Boot.
qp8 sfcCLAI.LfcNS KNOX.
1 ?) PKS. men'spaienl leather Congress Washingtonians
1<6 at my9 OAK HALL, 123 Main St.
JUST received?
70 dozen of Baltimore Shaker bttwrns;
1000 bush, blue and Mercer Potatoes;
1 bbl. of maple country-cake Sugar;
4000 lbs or country bacon Jlairs;
1000 bushels of Oat*;
100O do corn;
100(1 do dried apples;]
1000 do dried peaches;
?MOO lbs. or side bacon;
f.OO do JowlS;
100 bbis. super extra Family Flour.
my3 A HI DO ELY.
HATS AND CAPS.
JUST received, a large lot or gents and youths fine silk
flats. New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore styles.
S. D. HARPKR & RON
JoV. Newill'n nud Thus. Hlundell's celebrated Railway
Time-keepers, in gold and silver hunting cases; war
ranted to porrorm equal to any watches in the world.
AL(>?Jos. Johnson aud other fine watches always ou
hand and for sale at C. P. BIJOAVP'S,
dcitf Monroe street
BONNETS.
XXTK have this day received a choice variety of Don
YV nets, cnmpi ising several very desirable styles; viz:
Plain Straw bonnets (soft finish) extra finish, for ladies
and misses.
Real Paris bonnets, a few exceedingly beautiful.
Rutland, split Straw, French Lace do.
With an immense variety of other styles? for ladies and
and misses; also a full stock or Bloomers and Plata, for
misses.
apll HE1SKELL & Co.
10
DBLS. Spts. Terpentine, for sale low
derd JAMES BAKER
No. 1*3 J NliW ATOttE. [No.
o
new stock ^ M. McNeal & Co's ^ 'new style
Oak Hall Triumphant!!
WE are now receiving and opening the most desirable
stock of Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks
and Valises, l?arpetings, dec., that has ever been offered
to the trade of tne city and vicin'ty, at the business stand
heretofore kndwn as W. W H meson's; therefore we give
notice that we are in receipt or and receiving the best se?
lec ed stock of Goods
Which we are bound to sell.
To one and all, so give us a cull.
providing low prices will not give offeuce. apl3
DRESS GOODS, &c.
Plain and fig'd Barages, in blue, pink, lavender, tan,
ashes of roses, green and black)
Rich F?ench Organdies;
Plain Lawns, in salmon, blue, pink and tan;
Fig'd Lawns, in great variety;
French Chintzes;
Plain and corded silks;
Plain Mouslin De Laines: just received.
nrylC HEISKELL & Co.
WINDOW BLINDS.
PLAIN Green OilCloth, Lanescape, Transparent and
Paper Window Blinds, in great variety.
For sale by WILDE & BROTHER,
my 13 cor. Main and Union sts
FRESH UYSTEKS.
JUST received at SI per can, and warranted
jan3l T M PARKER
OOf M | bottle* Jupau boot and shoe Polish, for sale
A?UUU by J. B. VOW ELL.
my 10 24 Union St.
GREAT BARGAIN.
XW1 I,L sell my lease and fixtures of the best stard as a
Confectionery and Ice Cream Saloon in the city, on
reasonable terms
Enquire at this office or of
r.pifi J. RORINSON, Market at.
KUlt KEN l .
ANEW twostory Brick Dwelling, pleasantly situated
on tire Island, and containing five rooms. Rent $126
per annum. Possession given immediately.
Enquire at the insurance Office of Messrs. Dorsey
Arthur. ^ niy6
GOODS BY EXPRESS.
ROANDY MUSLINS;
French Jaconet;
Plain Bareges;
Nalmook Muslins;
Dolt'd Swiss Muslins;
Colored and black Fringes;
Corded and Fiounced Skirts;
Second Mourning Bonnet Ribbons,
Ftencb Chintzes;
Plain French Lawns, in colors, etc: elc.
Received tills day by
my29 HR1RKRLL &
SUGAR CUBED HAWS.
PH1PPS & CO'S. sugar cured Hams;
30 casks Evans de Swift's sugar cured haws;
10 tierces do dried beef;
Just received and will be sold lew by the casK;
my27 GORDON, MATTHEWS de Co.
DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY A MANTLE?
tP you do, you can find a first rate choice at
W. D. MOTTE de BRO.'S
and save mongy by going there to buy one. my22
1 W in LBS. Smoked Shoulders;
/ ?J,UULJ 25,000 lbs do Ham?.
Just received and fnr sale by
my27 GORDON, MATTHEWS <& Co.
PARASOLS?BONNETS.
A LARGE variety of Paiasols in the mo3t desirable
colors.
Bonnets,misses' Hats and bonnets and boys hats.
Just received by
mylB HR1SKRT.L & Co.
Removal.
THE subscriber lias removed his large And splendid
stock of Fashlonab'e Hats and Caps, to the Union Hall
building, No. 8o, (recently occupied by John Elliott,) two
doors south or the North western Bank
ap7 W. W. JlMRSON.
LOOK HERE.
MORE bonnets have arrived at the store of
my22 W. D. MOTTE & BhO.^
Leather Belting auiTLnce leather.
A FINE assortment just received at lowest, rates from
a celebrated New York manufactory.
my!9 BA L8ETT <fc Co.
[Young America copy.]
1 Ci ^R8* men'* patent leather Congress Gaiters, sewed}
IV/ a superior article at
my& OAK HALL, 123 Main at.
Embroideries?
30 ps rich cambric Flonncings;
20 4 Swiss and cambric Edgings;
36 * Varieties of lace, cambric and Swiss Collars;
12 doz. lace, cambric and Swiss Sleeves;
8 ? very rich robes embroidered, in cambric and
book muslins;
16 ? Sleeves and linen cambric Hdk'fs.
Just received by , '
IB HK1RKKLL 4 Po
?
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS
y..' CURTAINS,
CURTAIN MATERIAL ,
Furniture Covering*.*?.,
at wholesale akd retail.
cZnfkWWm, *
la No. 169 Chentwit St. Philadelphia, Cur tier Pi/th street,
oppcaiU the State Howe.
UK toa?slw*ysin stores Aillntock oi
French Brocateils;all Widths Xqce. and Muslin Curlaina
and colors; of every style snd price.
Kroneh Satin de Lainesj Table 4* Piano Covers &c.s
India Satin Damasks; GUt Cornices; j
French Moqucttei Gjlt Pins and liandst
1)0 Flushes! Gimp?,-Frlitge?|
? Cords. Tassels, ?*c.
N. V. Painted WINDOW SHADES, or all styles, and
prices* Huff Hollands; Shade Fixtures, Brasses, 4-c-i and
everything complete /or Curtain*, of the newest Paris
styles, and at the lowest price*. ,
Persons sending the height and wMtfrpr their window
frame*, can have their Curtains made and trimmed In the
l?eat manner; sec Fashion Plates, in. August number of Go
diy's Lady's Hook.
Kteamers, hotels, CAP PUILVEPS. and dealers geher
ally, supplied at the loteesltdholesaleprices.
W. H. CARRYL,
Importer Qf and Dealer in Furnishing Goods,
1G9 Chestnut street, corner of Fifth,
imrl7-1yd<few. Opposite the State Ttou**. Pfallada.
Paper Warehouse.
CYRUS W. FIELD <f- CO.,
(JOMMISS'ON MERCHANTS.
No. 11 Cliff Street,
NEW YORK.
Are Hole Agents iu the Halted Ntatcs Tor
Muspratt's superior Bleaching Powder.
Victoria M ills Celebrated Writing Papers.
Kusseli * Superior " "
Genesee " 44 Printing "
Rawlins A Sons' English Tissue "
First quality Ultramarine Blue
They are also Agent4 for the principal Paper Manufactur
ers In this country, and offer for Hole by far the most ex
tensive and and desirable stock or Paper and Paper Mann*
facturers* Material* that can be round in this or any other
country.
Their business is strictly wholesale,and Writing Papers
are sold by the case only.
TheJr extraordinary facilities enable tlieni to offer all
Goods, both Foreign and Domestic, at the lowest possible
prlccs.
Paper made to order, any size or weight. Liberal ad
vances made on consignments of Paper, Paper Makers'
stock and other merchandize.
The highest market price paid in cash for all kinds o
Rags. augl-ly.
Williams and Brother.
gknkral GROCKRS AN1)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Cornier Cary and Pearl Streets,
Richmond, Va.
ICVOfrer their se-vicea for the sale of all kindt of Pro
duceand Manufactures. Goods tor them tray be shipped
by the Halt. &' Ohio Railroad to Baltimore and consigned
to Jacob Brandt, Jr., agent for the Powhattan Steamboat
Co.; flir Charles Pendergast, agent of the Ralto. and Rich
mond line or Packets, either of whom will receive and
forward them without cha rge.
JlSFEHENCESi
Jas R. Raker, Rsq. 1
Aaron Kelly, j
S. Ready. *\
Morgan Nelson, * f Wheeling.
Dr. M. II. Houston, J
Messrs. Sweeney <ScSon.J
Messrs. Lewi*?fc Ceo. Cassan.l
1 J. C. Sell man & Son, >? Baltimore.
4 Love, Martin ?$? Co. J
Judge Jno. Brockenb rough, Lexington, Va.
janl2:lmd
Huraphreya, Hoffman & Kooiis,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SALE OP
Flour, Pork, Bacon, Meeds and Produce
Ceuerally,
No. -17, North Wharves, and 95, North Water-St.,
PJIJLADEI MIIA.
tcyLiberal advances will be mad? on receipt Bills La
ding.
Refer to Messrs. Forkytub IIopxiks, Wheeling jnl3
DANIEL"]BOWLTp?d; !
Broker and General Claim Agent.
?WAShlNOTdK. u. c.,
\XTILL give prompt and personal attention to Claims
YY before the Department, and other business entrusted
o him. Refer to R. B. Swxarimokw. ap26-ly
LAYMAKER & HASLETT,
COLUMBIA H OUSE,
t'hutiiut at., below 7ih,
PHILADELPHIA.
ROAKIlgl.flO PBK DAY. invge-dl)
* ? Wesieru' and southern iHerchuuia
Sexton, Seal & Swearingen.
UliPORTKKS JOB]BEKS
OF FANCY DRY GOODS.
No. 11, S. 4th st. between Market and
Chesnut Sts. Phil'a.
J. W. Sexton, L. Seal, A. Van Swearinqcn.
OFFKR to purchasers, the largest assortment of Fancy
Dry Goods io the city. It comprises in part of
Hosiery of all kinds and qualities.
Glovos, Undershhts, Dress Shirts and Collars.
Woollen yarns of different shades and colors.
A flne assortment or Shell Combs.
ao do do ButTalo and Imitation Combs.
Brushes or all desci iptions.
Dress and Tailors Trimmings of all klnds.^
Burnetts, six cord col'd Spool Cotton.
Perfumery of all kinds.
As well as a great many styles orgoods of our own Impor
tation, which we cannot here mention, and which are well
worthy the attention or byers. We feel we can make It to
theirinterestto give us atrial. sept8
JOHN H. BROWN & CO.,
Importera4* Wholesale Dealers in
British, Frenoh and American
DRY GOODS,
No. 125 market Street, Philadelphia.
u!2:lyd
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
Chestnut Street, between 3d and 4th,
PHILADELPHIA.
Ben. II. Woolmon. Proprietor.
A first Class Hotel. Prlccs reduced! From $2,00 to
SI,50 per day. mar 17-1 yd
William Unity, T. A JohDM Ac Co.,
"Wholesale dealers in Moots, Shoes, Bonnets, Leg
horn, Panama and Palm Leaf Hats.
ALSO Pun. SILK, AKD WOOL HA7S,
98 Market Street, Philadelphia.
mar 17-1 yd
8. COLUODN. A.COWTOH.
Colh.oun & Cowton,
pRODiirECOirimiflHionr merchants
VOR THE BALK OF
FLOUR, BACON, lard, CLOVF.R 8EF.D, &C.,
Broad St., Eart side, bet. Pace + Cherry,
PHILADELPHIA.
Liberal advances made on Consignments, and when re
ceived by car :oads, free of dray age.
REFER to Forsyths dc Hopkins, Wheeling, who will
make advances on cor.sl.gnmenta. ap!6-ly
lleujnmin U. Lightfoot,
Hats, Caps, and Ladies' Hiding Hals
No, 41, North Second Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Gfo. W. "PnfTy. Late of Chestnut St. mar 17-1 yd
LIi O YD & CO. ,
Claim, Pension and Bounty Land
AGENTS,
Fifteenth street, opposite the Treasury,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Ca?h advanced on Claims, &c.
CLAIMS berove Congress or the United States that have
been abandoned by other agents as worthless, have
been successfully prosecnted by us. Letters addressed as
*bove, post paid, will be promptly attended to.
aplO-tf
Vdwin a. clabauqh. vv. u. clabaoqb
FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
rTl HP. undersigned having purchased the lease and effects
X of that old established house, the Fountain Hotel.
Light street, Baltimore, and haMug repaired and re-fur
nished at a heavy outlay, now offer to their frieuds and the
traveling public an astablishment second to noi.e in com
(oit and convenience.
The Ladies' Ordinary, rnd (he suites of rooms attached,
will be found to afford the comforts of home to families,
while the situation of the house guarantees quiet repose to
all its patrons.
ltist e most central situation for the man of business,
being in the centre of business, affords as convenient ac
cess to all the Kailroad Depots aid Steamboat Landings as
any other hotel in the city.
it will be the desire and pleasure of the proprietor to
promote the comfort of the guests or the house.
ap7-ly CLABAUQH <V BKOTHKR.
Solid Daguerreotypes.
THIS latest dlscoverj Is the wonder ot the age. The
picture assumes all the roundness and soliditv or life.
It alto appears life-site, and In every point resembles tl??
living keinK. Natbre is perfectly mocked, even to an in
dividual hair. Taken at WHITKHURST'S, over Camp
bell's Jewelry stow, Baltimore street, in the city of Balti
more; also. In his Washington Gallery, and will soon be
introduced In all of bis galleries, which may be round m
| all the principal cities in the Union.
Mr. mriTKHCRFT has the honor to announce that he has
I just received a letter from the President of the United
States, informing him of the award of a Medal, Certificate
and a copy of the Juries reports at the World's Fair, Lon
don. mar30-tf
JOHN W. BELL. AENJ. DARBY.
, JOHN W. BELL & CO.,
FI.nl'R At ?IfSF K A I,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Howard St., opposite Centre.
}yl4']y BALTIMORE.
THO?. J. CAKHOX.] [JOWH CABSOX'
T. JT. < AKHO? i CO.,
Western Produoe and Qeneral
Commission Merchants,
41 & 42, Light Streel,
Baitimoiiii,
An'l 36, Water Street, New-Yoik.
tCB-!,lber?l advance* made en consignment,.
HopkfiD?& fti'itirchild,
Merchant Tailors,
220 Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORK,
XNVIT52 the attention orthe citizens of Wheeling to the!?
JL extensi ve assortment of cloths, cassimeres and vest
ings, selected with great care, from the latest importa
tions.
READY MADE clothing.
On the sccomi floor of their store, they keep a large as
sortment of elegantly finished clothing, made by the best
hand and cut in the most fashionable style. marlG lyd
Hare, Plerton, llollidny Jfc Co.,
WHOLK8ALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
No. 1 Hanover street, near Market,
BALTIMORE
Richard Hark, . Daniel Holm day,
WilliamPiersqn, J ahks Robinson.
mr~Refer to the Merchants of Wheeling. mar281y
MARTIN & HOBSON,
Flour and Otneral Commission Merchants,
CORNER ErTAW and BALTIMORE 9T8.,
marQS-1y BALTIMORK
-jiit
.iw?asaissiisg?s4?
A-0.4T, av.h .r^Snir^"r^"l#^
wSS
J.c. Canmkid. w ? , dM*loCv
C ANFIBLii,
229 Baltimore Strer^S??' * S?5*
WHOLESALE IMPOKTEKs"SVL^Ch^,
BPSsr? ""?1? "SSSSSsCT
GOLD AND SILYKb ?.
From the most celebrated n*kJIiTcl,*s!
and Geneva?an extensive at<?k ?!n I,0o?1ob u
ffl?0M or w"ich *?4*5K$?d
Castors, Wallers, Spoons, Fork* Pi^*Cl'! tJ?l
Ice Cream Knives, Napkin him,
lars, +e? ol new designs.
M, Flower Ud?n?&?Cv!
DIAMOND WORK'
A superb coliecticn or Diamond Br,-,,
itroscuea. Crosses, Finger King,. nx!l saiifiSla,
suitable for W edding Gifts. ?? ft*oot)S
RICH JEWP* ?
This branch of our business is
tablisment in the country; havir
der our own supervision, const
and by every steamer we are si
factories, which enablea us togi
latest fashions, and at low prices. ?
FANCY GOODS!
Writing Desks, Work lances. Chew ?? P ,
kets, Cologne Bottlss, elegant V??s. pX?**V
Statutes, Paris Brontes, Pine PaJntii*.
Table* and WoTk Stands, Porte MoraaSSJSk
logne, French Perfumeries, Kosewood
sing Cases. Kngiisb Soaj h. Tooth Hrunbea,
&c.
HdPKRlOR A I. BAT A WAMJ
New Patterns of Forks, Spoons. Udles,ctc 0f?*.
cle, wutctris last superseding silver wart. "Ma
. PFLEND1D MANTLE CLOCK*!
Bronze and Gilt Mantle Clocks of elegmtdeain, v
yellow, drab ard white marble do; Prench Pen*}*1
richly decorated.
Watch Tools and Matxrxals,ofthebeitQ^^
stantly kept on hand and carerully selected. '?*?
For the convenience of customers tomnru
large, spacious store, giving customers every ht^i!
inspecting our extensive slock or Goods. Aa^Sf
retail sales room, we have fitted up another Toc^y*
100 feet in depth, for the Wholesale DepartnvgL** ?
DCyKvery article fvorn our establishments
to be as good as represented.
ECS~Persons visiting Baltimo e, wilt du wllt?Biw,
>ur assortment. Orders Horn the country iriijb?c2
:d to faithfullv and promtly.
C AN KIEL P. BHOTHBK>U
V29 Baltimore St., S. West corner of Cfei
Sign oi the Oobt^.,
Baltimore. March 24,-dwfv. ^r
r. J.L KRKW. O.SAHDKa.
LBREW, SANDER & Co.,
SUCCESSORS OF
CIIARI.E8 FI8CIIKR &. CO.,
So. 33S Market Street,betirrm Htnccrd and
-BALT1NOKK
litiPORTKRH OF
German, French and F.valish
SUCH AS
Hosiery, Oravrers, RaUtc,
Gloves, Shawls. * Taptj,
Laces, Fringes, Kindi^,
Threads. Sewing Silk, Sj>oolc?a
Under Shirts, Suspenders. Ribbon,
Turkey Red Yarn, etc.. etc
Scythes, Slates, Violins, Accottaa,
Jews-Harps, Perc. Caps, Guitars, Hanneota,
Marbles. Look's glasses, Flutes. etc.*
A complete rssortmcnt or Combs and Faccy Gojfc.
niar^8-iyd<Stw
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
LOCATED NO. 127 BALTIMORE ST.
BALTIMORE, Md.
OK. CHAMBKKLIN would say to bit (nob id
? patrons throughout the West, and toaUyoajaa
desirous of learning Hook Keeping, thai be bu &paei
of his interest in the Pittsburgh CoramercUlCoB?p,?d
permanently located himselfin Baltimore, md U?c*e
the head of one of the most flourishing Instiudiocsis th
Union. The facilities here offered foi Acquiric^icoa
plete Mercantile education are equal if not <q*rior, u
those of any similar Collego iu the We?.L ledmdaSs
wishing to obtain situations when qualified, mil fnditti
their advantage to prepare themselves at ihrttsuhLu
ment, as a large number of gentlemen (among wfcostn
several from the West) have recently comp'.rtfi tto
course Of study, and obtained deslrablesItoitioniijBat
Keepers in this city. For particulars, terra, etc, vnk
and have a circular forwarded by mall.
mar26-d?wly ~ -
Drakeley & Fenton,
(established 1836.)
COMMISSIO N MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Hoo Products, PLocrt, Bcttkb, lv?,
Window Glass and Country Prodoc*,generally. Ir
will aisc give attention topurchasi-gon commission
387 Baltimore St., corner of Paca.
BALTIMORE, Md.
mar25- [email protected]
JOHN SULLIVAN &, SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
AGEST6 FOR THE SALK OF LEAKTOBACt'O.Wt
Ton, Floor, Wbihk*, a.io U'rsT.t.i
Pkodsce Giraiur.
Camden St., near Light St. Wharf,
apl6-ljr BALTIMORE.
.A. SISOO,
i\o. 95 Baltimore Street, opposite HollidayStrtit,
WRAI^TimORE,
HOLES A LK and Retail manuiacturer of Odd Fd
lows. Masonic, Sous of Temperance, Red JlfCiu*
other Regalia, Banners, Flags, I. welt, etc.. XU&B!
Goods of atl kinds.
Stein & Brother,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dttlenin
CLOTHING,
ATo, 316 Baltimore Street, beticeen Haicard and LihrtySti.
raar28-3m BA LTIMORE.
REVERE HOUSE.
BY
JT. A HEFELF1N6EB
OIHIRO THE DKPOT,
inni28 Cumberland, Md.
MoCLALLENS & KNOX,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS l?
BOOTS AND SHOES, MENS AhD
Boys' Hats and Cops, at the
" well known stand of tie
BIG Rn,D BOOT.
TT7*K are now receivlngfrom our Extern ilinaacttrii
T T Establishments, one of the largest and best ounnc
tuved assortment of Hoots and Shoes, for Fall icd"1^
wear, ever offered In this or any other market- TM7 ?"
been manufactured to order, according to oar owa oirtc
tions, and are intended expressly for retailing JJ?
regular cuatomers, and all others who mar favor iflwiui
call, we can offer an unusually large variety of Moa??
Shoes, which we guarantee equal i n quality of cut<n~.{~
workmanship to those mannractured in this oraarocce
partot the United States. Our stock will be found to eo?
sist, ii. part, of the following seasonablegooda:
w NO 187
MSN'S poo rs. *4l/
1,000 pr men's kip boots, oaiTtaa,**?.
1,000 men's thick boots. 200 pr womenag^w*
1,600 men's call boots, 400 do baUgaivj**
1,000 men's water ptoof do 600 do
MKN'8 BROOAN4. h00 do Fffff*1 *5^*
600 men's calf brogans. oU0 do ldiTl?ustos>f
1,000 prime kip do P*"- ...
1,600 do thick do aims booths
1,000 low priced do *!*-? ?c- .
bov-?? OMTBJ*. 600 misses ino'occo
1600 pair boy* thick bootees, .100 do top
600 4 ? kip do 000 do <*? ?
300 ? r-alf do 300 do WW*
TOOTS' boots. rocco btf .
600 pr youths calf boots. t60 do black, w?
300 du kip do o.onltu
1000 do thick di> rnn-DRHi's"*^
? UT> AHDTOtrrasEROOANa. 1,300 pr f?MTW?*V7
l,000pr boys kip brogans, S.OOOkiiAnoi'wn ?
1000 do thick do 1.600 ehlMrWPJf*,,
1000 youths do do lOOOehUdrttftW
S00 do kip do 1300 do co'.mi
600 hoys and youths calf do or* <???*?,
WOHFX'a tacit soor*. MOO pal I a u??> JL
600 morocco lace hoots. cimdien'sO*1*
1000 call do b.ts ?J'Ji'L'aPI.
600 lid do .WO doi
1600 kip do 300 ? ' *<*??"?
?a*D BOXES.
300 wood band boxes. #Tuadad
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretoforewv*
us, we solicit a continuance of the same. . rSOI
Sep3 MrCLALI.KWS
MfUli>U OF TfiJX
wm. tTselbv.
WHOLESALE DEALER^
Foreign ftDoanllc Dry ?? ^
No. m Main St., Writ tide, bHvttn
Union ,1*.
Wheeling, Va., ovss
IH MOW in receipt ofiiia Spring "lock oi " ^
and Notions, direct from ?"POf.'iitJwe i
rern. Comprising as complete and ,7?rll-.oM
goods adapted to the trade 0. thi* sec?o"M, ?jpedtf
in any bru e, ?iuler JT??, to which 1 WMW
Invite tlie attention oi retail dealers; conslsUV
DREBS GOODS. ... I.lntl.f*
In black silks, alpacas, poplins, lawns^ to oil***
hams, etc., with a very large stoci. , |ioicp."*
makes and colors. Also, bonnets.nb&ona.i
other trimmings in variety. And ?r
men's WEAR. CjBOUrt*
In cloths, casslmers, sattinftts,. "JeC(jio?aii??,l>5
jeans, tweeds, and summer elothstalw. n.wtw???v
nis* blue drills, brown linens,
other such goods, a vfery jSn'o"""iSj
men's and boy's palm hats, Leel?orn an"? jiM0
wool, brash hats, etc. j wit$ a fid
ton bagging, seamlesa bags, burlaps, U0>? ,e, bio?J
,n,h<> NOTION LINK.
As cambrics, Jaconets. *J1,h,Un^?^j ihelr TJl'rtr- .
tons, hosiery, gloves, combs, etc., insU j 1S ntll'
My whole ?tock will be lound unaurpasse
quail ty^nd atyie, as in prices^ w. T.
mi
febir
HpOre Wbite Lwd.

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