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tUerone of them.
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leedttors.jolntty, ortoei
I. SubMrlbers who danot give express notice tothe
contrary. are considered as. xvUUri^locunlliiue,their suh
*1 'if^ut^crlheraordBr thedlsrohtlmiance of thel r peri
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theui discontinued. * .. W ?? v.-.- .. f
4 Ifwhscrihera remove to ?l her places vvlthnutinrorm
Ills the publisher** and the papers a re sent to the rorinor
direction. thejaieheltl responsible.
any serious ncculenl on the Railroad, as wa8 ie
potlcu. ; . . ?
Parody?We have a, tumor that M'ixs Tcrksa
Paro'oi, bl^'wortd-wide' musical celebrity, will
shortly give a concert in Wheeling. Her last con
ceit was givett in Washington City on Saturday
nigh!. ' ^ J '
V W* regret to announce thedeatb oflfr. Thomas
P\or.t, for many years a resident of this city., Mr.
.t " ?. ? , ?v* ? ^ .. ,
p. though severely disabled for a long time, died
vpty sdndehly' on Sunday. HiV disease, we.be
liejpi was paiatysia.
f Tn* ALt.KOBAifMirF'AMi&r gave their first enter
tainment at Washington Halt. last night. They
male some fine singing and, besides, give us a
clever touch of theatricals. They will give their
second entertainment to-night. '
Tub steamer City of Whirling has taken the
pl-ceof the Telegraph inthe Cincinnati and
Louisville line.
Virginians for. Kansas.?A. party of about 50
emigrants from Rappahannock and Culpeppet
counties, Virginia, left Washington, .in the for
mer county, last Monday, bound for Kansas Ter
ritory. They are said to embrace a number of
families. _ ? ?
Tnr. Dry Goods Stores commenced closing last
evening at 7 o'clock. This is in accordance with
an arrangement among the dry goods merchants
generally, and as the arrangement, it i3?believed,
will.be to their mutual advantage, it is hoped it
will be faithfully observed.
County Court.?The October tetm of this
Court commenced yesterday. Four or five for
eigners were naturalized. James H. McMechen
resigned as & Justice pf the Peace. The business
throughout consisted of a few civil cause. The
Court then adjourned until 10 o'clock this morn
ing. ' ..
On Dit.?That Grace Greenwooil is about to I
i-sue an entirety new edition of a 'Little Pilgrim/ I
bound in?linen.
It is not impossible that Grace's next production |
will be. like most of her previous productions, mas.
online, but eery musical. We trust (hat it may no
only be wtll bound and pressed in linen, but that. I
nnlike some of her productions, it may be bound |
for a happy immortality.
Wheat is so abundant at the West as to seri
ously embarrasi the railroads in" tliat region to
find adequate freight equip page for its convey
ance. On the Illinois Central road its has been
found necessary to order three hundred more cars.
This road has already transported a large amount
of grain to Chicago from the Southern division of
the line, and it is estimated that one station,
Jonesburp, will give the road this year no less
than three hundred thousand bushels of wheat.
We noticed a piece of beautiful rag carpet on
exhibition at the-Pair, manufactured by the moth
er of Mr. T. G. Gulbehtson, of this city. This
aged and worthy lady has donated the carpet to
the 4th Presbyterian Church, and it is deposited
wiih Mrs. Sweinev, Main street, nearly opposite
the Church, to be disposed of. Persons wishing
anything of the kind, will please call and examine
it. '
Th* fall uf Sebastapol has been received in Ca
nada with much enthiisiasm. The news was
conveyed by telegraph to Buffalo, and thence to
the '.owns in Canada. At Torontobonfires were
lighted, guns fired, rockets set olH and the greatest
excitement existed- At Stratford the flags were
hoisted all over town, and the judge on thp bench
interrupted the proceedings of court to read the
news, which was greeted with long coutinued
cheering. At London there was a general exulta
tion. Hells were rung, guns fired, and fiteueu pa
raded the streets w ith music.
A Tall Bun Vine;?Dr. B. F. Barnes, of
Clarksburg, Va., bad io'this city during the Fair,
a Li ma'bean vine measuring rixty feet lit length J
It was raised in his garden from one seed, and he
took from it 515 beans. It may yet lie seen at the
Sprigg House. We always thought tbat.our friends
at Clarksburg "knew beans" about as well as any
people in the world, a nd now we are convinced that
tliey must know mote about tall beans than many
other persons.
The man *itb the "white Bat" was not a pick
pocket as supposed, but an agent of one of the
moat extensive agricultural houses in the cuuntiy.
?Timet If Gas.
Several very clever anil honest persons addict
ed to wearing white hats, desire us to ask our co
temporary what he means. - They desire to know
whether be inlends;to cast any'aspersion on the
while hatted community in general, or whether
he has some specUf reference. iTtiey' desire to
know the "head'and front of their ofTendfng,"
they desire that he ahall^define > bis position on
white hals.^and they Cesite to know whether be
h?s recently undergone any change as to his
adhesion to white oir black' hats.
- , a 4 m i y- ' U.y
Plod*.?We notice a reryflourishin? business
in tlnur doing at oucwharf and depot. For near
ly ten months (last it has been daily flowing into
ourcily, from the West, the Central, Ohio Rail
road having opened a ready avenue and speedy
means of transportation through the richest flour
ing region of Ohio. The amount already shipped
for the eastern market, on the B. Sc O. Railroad,
is immense...
There is another feature in the shipment of flour
'o this city which, may Save escaped, the observa
tionof many persons not: immediately interested
in the trade; it is thearaount. Brought up the river
Heretofore it paid well to ship itour from thisci
ty to Louisville; now it pays much better for Ltu
isvilie, Cincinnati and pUcesabove these points to
?end their (lour here." These places havediscovi
ered th^loct and are profiling.by it.
Lectous on \uv?r^lt' has already been
atated that Senator Butler of South Carolina has
accepted an invitation lo deliver a lecture on sla
very in Boston during the coming winter. Mr.
Soule has received n similar Jnviiatfoh, which,
"with preat reluctance,heiscompelle<l to.decline
Mr. Soule writes to t.fte coinmHfeei?,'^A; Boston
audience ?, ottff o?je^1h?StvrKict t;would V
most proud toaddress on any subject.1 and etpeei
ully an that of tltwenj. But havipg 'returned, to
Sr.Xvc Stajipkdc.?Twenty-one slaves escaped
from I he vicinity of Chestortown, Md., last wcK,
aided by the agents of the underground railroad in
the neighborhood. These escapades have be
come so frequent in Maryland that many of the
owners in .the Ehstem division of the Stute are
filled with (liitrust, and purpose sending south
ward all those whom there is the least danger of
losingin that way.
Savings Bank Store. .
T-.; WOULD- respectfully saj?to the citizens or Wheeling
JL ai.d vicinity, I have just received from the East ami
.North in addition to xn-j previous and varied stock, of
Boots, Shoes. Mats. Caps, l5oiutet3.Uii?brellas? and Car
pet Sacks, a g?eat variety of ladies', and misses iashiona*
bio Shoes ai d Gaiters. Gents Fancy Shoes, Gaiters.
Moleskin ?d Summer Hals, which I ofTei on sucli terms
as tomake true the headiugor this notice.
Bonnets for a trifle*,?therefore I invite all ye bootluu,
shoaleta, hatle** copies*, and Sonnet icanting children of
Adam tocallatthe old Post Office corner.opposite Mc
Lure. House, where you will find ail the goods of above
"description, 1 believe lower than any other place in this
city.
Jet . B. H. 'VATSOM.
New Stock of Boots and Shoes at
N. I/. DORSEY'S
"Oak Hall."
No 123 Main 4 doom Mote Union sL
HAVING' returned from the manufacturing Establish
mentsol the Kast with a stock or boots and Shoes,
comprising all the varied styles for the present and ap
proaching season or 1305, 1 would res|*ectfuUy Invite one
and all to tall and examine my stock, as I am confideut
that 1 can suitalland every body, piovidedgood, pretty,
and < heap goods will do i'~ 1 Intend to keep the bes>t qual
ity of goods In my line, and will sell as cheap if not cheap*
erthau they can be bought elsewhere. Call and examine
my goods and iI they don't please, no charge will be made
(or examining.
M
RN?8 line cair boots;
Fine Uaiterst
Fine morocco boots;
Fine half welt 4
Fine kip *
Fine Congress 4
Fi ne cloth ? Gai tersy
Glove kid c . 4
cloth, difT'ut coir 4
calf Congress ?
4 Oxford Ties.
LADIES' SHOES.
LADTKSftne bUck Gaiter*!
4 4 Tan colored Gaiters^
? Fancy do do
Jenny Uud Slippersi
? do wetsj
4 goat do
4 Toilet Slippers.
MISSES Jenny Llnd Slippers;
Fine Gaiters;
?? Kid boots;
" morocco boots.
All of which are of tiie latest styles. ap4
BOY'S cair boots;
do Kip boots; f
do cair Oxford Ties;
do ? brogans;
Hoy's hoots and slioes of every kind and description;
Also, children's Shoes, Gaiters, &c., of all scu ts and
sizes; in bet I can suit cveryhody in anything they may
want iu my line. Don't forget 123 Main street, Wheeling,
Va. K. L. liOKSKY.
P. S.?Country merchants sorting up Tor cash will do
well to call uai?
J? II. MAltSlt. 41. T. WAYUAN
Co-Partnership.
JK. MARSH has this day associated wilh hfm M. T.
? Way man. Tor tie purporeor tiausactiug the whole
sale and retail Boot ami Shoe business at the old staud of
J. B. Marsh, 2*o. 3o Monroe street, next door to Greer,
Ott de Co., under the Sim of
3IAKSH tSe WAYAIAN.
July 1st, 1835. ju30
Ambrotypes.
THE subscriber now offers to the public a new style of
pictuie, far superior to the Daguerreotype, made in
Wheeling daily at his estaht shment. They are termed
AM B HOT Y PES,
lhe process for which is patented in the United Slates,
Great Britain and Prance These pictures oie the most
heauti'ul and truthful ever produced hy the Photographic
art. The exceeding fineness, depth of light and shade, and
richness or tone i? wonderful. They do not reverse the
subject, hut represent everything in its true position.?
They are without the glare of a daguerreotype, mav be
seen in any view, and will last Tor ages unchanged, being
IMPERISHABLE,
hence the name, Ambrotype, which signifies Indestructi
bility. The picture is taken on plain glass, lo which a 11
other plate id corresponding she is secured with an Inde
structible cement by which the picture will retain its orig
inal brilliancy lor ages; it will not corrode by acids nor,
be injured by water or climatc.
A mbrotyi e Tercoscopcs mu^t be seen to be appreciated
the relief is as perfect as Hie.
Daguerreotypes taken at teduced prices Ladies and
gentlemen are invited to call and examine my gallery.
u* A. C. P.VKTK1DGE
liand and Real instate Agency.
K. II. HVBBKIil.
RESPECTFULLY tenders Ills services to thepublic
as General Agent Tor the put chase aud sale or Farms,
uuiiupioved Lands, City and village pro.-cr-y.
HKFKIl TO
Win. Paxton, Esq. ?)' ? W.T Willey, Esq., Farmlng
J. K. Dickey, Cashier >city ton, Va.
Alex. Rogers, Ksq. J X.. Lunsford, Esq., county.
R. HvM iTlson, Esq. county Thus. Horubrook, E?q. do
Wheelin**. July vT. 'an. ju28
The Great Jivent oj the Season!!
The arrival of the enoruionn stock of Fall
anil Winter Cioo?b at
WO. 35 COK. MONROE AND WATKR STREETS,
' WHEELING, VA.
TH08. nVGUKM, having just returned from
the eastern cities with a gorgeous stock, now invites his
rrieud and customers to call aud inspect the same.- They,
will .find the assortment, or
* CLOTHS of all colors;
CASSIMBHBS or the finest qualities, and
VESTlNGSof the choicest patterns,
unequaled by anything or the kind ever hi ought to this
city.- - - - . splStfm
Shirts and Hosiery,
OtOTlj,
Silk and Merino Under Shirts and Drawer?,
and Gentlemen's Notions generally. ,
of the finest quality, ami at priccr exceedingly low, can
be obtained at THOS. HUGHES,
No. 35 coiner Monroe aud Water sts.
sptg-lm ? Wheeling. Va.
Overcoatings
OF tbe.most>uperb patterns and qualities, and in va
riety unequaled by any now in the city, comprising
English and French Heaver*, Scutaris, Lioti-sLim, Cas
simera, and Moscow Coatings, to be found at '
, t No 36, cortie? Mouioe and Water, sts.
<pl2-lm : . : . . Wheeling, Va
Nevf Spring and Summer Goods
,AT
No. 1, Sprigg House.
ITAKBpleasure In saying to my Itiends that I have re
cently rettirr.ed fr6nt New York with a beautiful as
sortment qr Springaud Summer Goods, consisting of
BROAD CLOTHS, A LI. COLORS AND SHADES,
Summer Goods in great variety, 'suitable for making nice
Summer coats;
CA83!l!KJtRS AND VKSTINOS.
I will sa> I ? have the most beautlRil assortment ever
Imported lo this country, alt of which 1 am better pre
paiedto mske up'lu style and fit than I have been forma,
ny years.
READY MADE CLOTHING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS
in great variety, consisting of Coats, Vesls, Pants,
Shiitt, Undershirts, Silk, Linen, and Cotton Driwets,
Suspenders, Gloves, Stocks, Collars, and iu fact every
thing usually kept Ijy a Merchant Tailor or Clothier, allot
which I will sell very cheap ror cash.
Please give me a call and I will guarantee that you will -
be pleased. Yours, - Ut~i>
ai?l8 S RICE.
a M, wi.o are desirous to obtain a" handsome suit of
..clothes, of: the best .quality and' most fash tolla ble .
make, will do well lo leave their measuic* at No.3> Wa
ter stieer, where will he found the best workmen and the
r'^l:t."'0rtmC?t ?r "*C'rHOS. HPOHBS.
James H. Dodgaon,
Teacher of the, French Language
AUDRKKS HOX SOS,
VVTIKKLINO POST OFFIC*.
EfWHtglVe pHvatiMitttrijetlbii. irdMlred.as'wellafc
recelvepui.Tls ln;6is. elmrte* at'hto r?Mn, ?o. lo Alain
street; end at Uw Wheeling Female Seminary.. " .'
'? spsi?iy
LOOK AT THIS!
S. AVERY
TS daily receiving anil opening Urge addition to his
Fall stock of Hats and Caps, convening <"?? <Jf tho
most general- assortments that has ever been offered to
tto public?call and see; r 'j ?*?;?: : ? ,
' ? - W - . r* ?' >
040,000 lb*, woolen and street rags, and waste pa
?yM"'d-rUMril?.T.,,.HKBSOK 4' Co.
?; Music!. Musio!! , ?
TTOT retelyed?new awlwell sejecled mualc. An a*.
Jaortmenfof
S3 i SOKGS FOa-Tint riAIfd OUITAK, A !
?i. Hnalc Paper, Blank-books, Violin, -Violin anJ .
' A. Guitar titling*. ' ?"???? t
: ,tSALTBRUACH BBOT1IBKR book alore,
'spSOifm " * ? 17 > Main street.
? " ' FIRE.
Chicago, October 1st?A fire opcurr 0 Tester
day, morning in the.Union Ciir Works of Stone 4t
Battiest destroying, the machine 8liopt, finishing
shop, setting-up shop, ami brass foundry. The
total loss is estimated at $62,000. Insurance
S17,0&(5.
? ????
RIVER AND WEATHER.
PrrrsBURtni. Oct.' l.~Rtvt*r 4 feet 6 inches, at!
a stand. Weather- cloudy?heavy iains since I
-- :
DlUD.
On Sunday, the 30th day of September, THOMAS
PA ULL, Esq., iu the 'Villi year ol his age. .
HI* funeral will take place ibis morning, frora tl-e resi
dence ol his son-in-law,*3lr. A. S. Howell, on Quilicy St..
at t"l o'clock.
- : ? - "
A' very neat and superior article of
BANK CHECKS on all the city Banks,
, ORDER BOOKS,
I BLANK DEEDS, NOTES, DRAn-S, &.C.,
Printed on citra paper, for sale jt Ibis Office, j
Bray Receipts and Bills of Lading
Printed and Bound to order. Also, every description of
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING!
Executed In a manner unsurpassed, on the shortest notice
and at reasonable rates.
The Cheapest and Best
"DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE"
IN TIIE
"WORLD!!"
Fifty Pills for Twenty-Five Cents.
Five Boxes for ?1,00.
"O. HALSTilAD'S"
AMI-DYSPEPTIC PILLS
WILL relieve every "human being" who has aw of
the following symptoms:
Indigestion, Headache,
BUiousuess, Extreme nervous agitation.
Acidity, Palpitation of tbe heart.
A sense ol oppression at theAn incapacity for the slight
pit of the stomach, est exertiou,
Depression of spirits, Mistiness and Indistinctness
Heaivluess, of Vision,
Cold hands and ect, UnpleasanttasteIn the mouth
Numbness or the Limbs and particularly when rising hi
other parts, the morning.
Vertigo Nausea, Dull heavy pain, and sense of
Difficulty or respiration* weight In the head.
Stupor. A temporary loss of memory
Irritability, A sense of Emptiness.
Drowsiuess, Pulse less frequent and more
Uebilityt feeble than usual.
Extreme Languor and Ex- Despondency,
hausiion. Eni&ciatiou and Extreme De
Restlessness, bility.
Costlveiiess.
Principal Depot at
Bia'uet&X'o.'ii, 14 EnstPonrth street,
CINCINNATI.
tCF"For sale by Druggists evervwhere. jm
BS'PKIUK?23 ccnts for a single box,or $1 for live
no\e?. *
GEO. W. JOHNSON,
No 179 Market Square.
WHEELING. .
UANUFACTUItKROP
Copper. Tin itu?l Skcc.t Iron Ware.
T> ESPKCTFULLY iuiornis his liicnds aud the public
_L\> generally,.that he keeps constantly on hand a huge
ami general assortment or the above waios, wholesale
an d retail, as low as can be put chased west or the moun
tains.
Copper and brass Kettles of all sizes- Cans of all sixes
for Preserving Fruits, on baud or made to oider at short
notice.
Cistern Pumps, of different sizes. Hydrant Lead
Pipes, etc.
Persons in want or any of tin* above articles would
do well to call befoie purchasing, as he is determined to
rli baigains. agS2:lm
Catholic Book Store.
fTllIK undersigned, who in agent Tor "Brownson's Re
X view,??. "Metropolitan," *?J*oston Pilot," "Pitts
burs Catholic" aud "American Celt;" has also for sale,
The History or Maryland, by McSherry; Protestantism
ami Catholicity Compaied, by Balmez; Trials of a Mirnl.
by Dr.' Ives; Introduction to the Sacred Scriptures, by
Rev. Jos. Dixon D. DMoore's Poetical Works, com
plete; English, German, French, Latin aud Greek Kibles;
and krepa constantly on hand a good supply or Catholic
works, aud every kind of stationery and varieties. Let
all who are lovers ol literature call ami see my fine stock,
ou Fourth st betweeu Monroe aud Uuion.
/ PhTER LECHER. |
The undersigned hasa large lot of French Lithographs, J
which he will sell cheap tor cash, and very low by the
housand. oclO PETER LECHER.
S. D. HARPER &TSON,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
UKilftllS IX
Hats and Caps,
HAVE on hand and are now receiving a general assort,
mrnt of Silk, beaver and Russian hats; also Soft
lials ol eveiy color, shape aud quality. '
They have received the latest Fall Fashions from New
Vorfc, and are now preiured to lumish geutlemen with
bats of every dcsci iptiou aud quality.
'1 hey al*o keep on hand an assortment of plain and ran
cy Fur, Plush aud clOth caps, Tor men aud buys, all of
which they offer to their customers on the most pleasing
terms All oiders I rom country merchants .and dealers
promptly attended to.
Thankful for 'the liberal patronage heretofore jecei ved.
they solicit a share ol public favor, which they arc de-j
termiued to deserve, by attention and personal applica
tion to bushiest, ami cheap aud favorable rules of opera
ion. ? spgfi
FAL1, TRADfi.
W. D. MOT I E & BROTHER,
KO. 176 MAUKET J?T.
WISH to*ay to their customers aud every body else,
that they are now opening thiir new stock or
Fall Dry Goods,
which is very laige, aud for variety and cheapness can
not be beat any where ?
They will be receiving additions or Desirable Goods
to their assortment, evei y. lew days, lor some time.
Kg"Particulars another time ?p25
youth's And childhen's fancy hats
C^OXSISTIKG or all the qualities and styles now In use,
J extra tuperfine. S AVERY,
sp:0 Nos 146 and 148 Main St.
QO os?. Su!p Quinine, just received by
O sp2S LAUGHL1.NS At BUSHFIELD.
XOO lb*. Germ black Lead, just received by
O spSS I.AUGHLISS& HUSH FIF.LT>.
Icnsk Sherry Wine, to.ariive ai.d tor tale by
. agl4 A. C GOOI* tfr Co.
GLOVES! GLOVES!
BDACK. white and colored Kid Gloves; superior buck
and winter Gloves or eVery grade and quality, and ir
you want to get a good article cheap, call at No. 2, Wash
ngton Hall. . dell J. H. STALLMAN.
O doz Hull's Double Trus>es, rorsale b>
O n\r>6 LAUGHL1NS & KPSHFIKLI).
Sdox. common Trusses, just rec'dtiy
s'pgg LAUGHLINS DUSnFlELD.
SEALING WAX
Attd Corks, for Preserve Jars, for sale b7
. J. B VOWBLL,
agl7 33 Monroe st.
~ OIL VITRIOL.
;\0 enrboys Oil Vitriol, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh |
O manufacture, tor sale by ' ? , . 1
agl4 A. C. GOOD & Co.
UST received, a Urge lot ol clothes Hampers, clothes!
bu* kels. ladies work baskets, and a -variety or others I
fancy aud plain. R B. WOODS,
myl8 No. 3| Monroest._
?|oz. wedge wood mortars, just received by
.?>pSS LA UGH LINS & BUSHFIKLD
Machine Belting?
A LA RGB invoice or Leather Belting from the eels L
brated manufactory or Hoyt Brothers, New York,
aud warranted equal to any made. 'aKV
JuUrccLcUnafcr ^ ? TAppAW
Hats and Caps.
Wholesale and Retail.
8. Avery
Ha* on hanil and Is manulacluringalitl.icceivlng
/Voue of. tbe largest assortments of
^ IIATS AND CAPS,
consisting of all the varieties and colors now in use, all
Of which will be sold at the. iowest-^rat&s. ..
iY. Hats' madeto order at the shortest notice.
S. AVERY, Mainst., Nos 148 dc 148.
spKhtC . ' , . Wheeling, Va.
ARTHUR'S SELF-SEALING PRESERVING
CANS.
ANOTHER supply at hand. Also, Preset ving Kettles
- and Sauce Pans or Enameled Porcelain and tinned
[ ware, water coolets, bath tubs, cedar .washing tubs aud
I buckets, loot tubs, keelers, brooms, fly brushes, feather
dusters, brusteS, at.
fu 17 R. R. WOOlvo.Q. ?
.Employment Wanted.
T CA RE not what aU or at what wages, so that it ena
X ble me to kark enough to support myself and family.
I presume ! am too well known to need references, but i<
reqult ed they can be furnished. A ny orders lelt for me
&t the .??Intelligencer" office, will receive prompt atten
tion. \ spl4 GEO. WHELLIER
NONPAREIL LINIMENT. .
r.' Car*?* celebrated, .Nerve anil Bone Liniment,
manulacturedrromtbeoriglmUrecipe, aud sold|
wholesale and retail by
>eo' JOHN H.TAPPAN
- _??
X>'
Id oxen Sey moot's Abdominl Supporters, a fine ar
ticle,, for sale by .
> J LAUGHLINS St DUSHFIELD. .
T) HO DES'Fever and Ague Cure lor sale by *'
JAi ------ J.'RVOWBKl,
?ag6 i. Blimof KgdVortar. 33-MnnfneSt.
A fine anorUnenl ur prime coi In, lor sale by
aCH^ A- C. GOOD & Co.
:et; ? .. - ,
The eleg?nt,fl*t nmnfns packet,
JKM.KUUIVKIt,
i|.t:JJW.Mors?n'|
, -1TB Sunfiak, daily. It 6o'clock a. k
Ketuiuiu^. ,wii! le**e Wheeiin-at 4 o'clock, r. *.
" \ ? ? ?up3l
Reduction of rule* I? unj from
NEW YORK;J>HICADELPH1A AND BAL
| rmORB.
rpHK Ailams Express Company, lor lbs life and ipeedj
X convejaMc or
JIOMEr, VALUABLE rACKAOIS, AND FREIGHT.or AU
KIRI1S.
In charge 6r our ourn'apoakt uKSMoeera. in the only rell.
able line to and frontWheeling (by Railroad direct.) to
Xew York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Boston, Washiug
ton'City.
' A Lso?vf? Central Otifo Railroad to Zanesville, Co
lumbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, ludiauapotis, Chicago
and St. Louis.
Exp* esses leave via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
4| o'clock, Central Ohio RaUfoad at 5 o'clock, P.
St.
Fur Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Toledo, and Northern Ohio
at 7 o'c ock, A Mi ; , - V > >
H5"Butter, Poultry, Produce or all kinds, delivered in
sixteen bout a to Baltimore.
?S?5
IT. PICMAN. Agent
AdaioiKtpihCo.
Change of tiohedule.
-Lumk- - - * ; ' '
Mn miner Arrangcncut.
? V -
Transportation OrncieR. & O R. R.")
WheelingSUtiou, July 9th, 1835 S
05 and after Monday the 9th Instant, the Passaircer
Trains (expiess and mail) will leave this station daily
Tor Baltimore and the Eastern Cities at 4:15 P. M. and
10:45 P.M.
Tbe Express Train leavesat 4:15 P. M: and will only
stop at the following-statious: Benwood, Moundsville, :
Cameron, - Fairmont, Fetterman, Newburg, Kowlesbuig,
.Piedmont. Cumberland, hir John's Run, Martiusburg,
Harpers Ferry, Mouocacy, SyKesvIlle ana Washington
Junction.
The Mail train leaves at 10:45 P. M.t cxcept Saturdays,
and will stop at all the regutar stations.
The Wheeling and Cumberland Accommodation Train
willbe ?uu daily except Sundays. leaving. Wheeling at
7, A. M., and arriving at Cumberland at 6, P. M.~
Leaves Cumberland at 5:15 A. M. and arrives in Wheeling
at4, P.M.
By order of J. II. DONE, Sup't.
ju9 I B. FORD, agent
Sandusky, Mansfield & Newark
RAILROAD.
Change of Time.
ON and alter Tuesday, August 7,1835, until further no
tice, Trains will run as follows, (Sundays except'
GOING SOUTH.
Wail Exp. Express.
Leave Sandusky..... .8 10 A. M. 3.20 P M
Huron Jii ............S.lo " 3.33 ?*
Monroevllle....;.. ....*.. ...8.40 ?? -3.55 ??
Ceuterville 9.20 ?? 4.33 ??
Plymouth.. ;......9.40 " 4.65 "
Shelby Ju ?. 10.05 " 5.21 "
Maiisiivld Ju... . ..V,.10.35 " 6.51 "
Frederick.... 12.12P.M. 7.18 ??
ML Vernon ....12.32 '* 7.38 n
Ulica 1.04 ?? 8.50 "
Reach Newark. 1.35 " 8.60 "
GOING NORTH.
M.it. Erp. Express.
Leave Newark 0.23 A.M. 2.10 P M
Ctica ............9.i>l ?? 2.45 "
Mount Vernon 10.24 ?? 3.15 14
Pictlerick 10*12 " 3.22 "
Mansfield Junction tl.fio " 4.03 ??
Sl.clliy Junct-oii ;...12.l? P. M. 5.21 ?
Plyniuuih . .12.C2 14 5.41 ??
Centerville....... 1.12 *? 6.00 14
Monroeville Q.D6 44 G.35 *1
Huron Junction. 2.20 44 7.00 44
K'each Sandusky 2.35 44 7.15 M
OOl X(r SOUTH?The 8.10 ? m Train will conncctat
Sandusky with Mo mi 115 Train from Toledo; at.Atouioe
vilie with Chicago Express on Southern Division C. T.
Road; at Shelby Junction with Cincinnati Express Horn
rieveland; at Mansfield Junction with'.Day Express Ironi
Pittsburgh, and at Newark with the East and west trains
on 1 entratOhio Railroad.
The 3.20 r x Train will connect at Sandusky with'tra*
mer Hay City froui Detroit; at Monroe\ille with western
Train ou C &T. It. R ; at Sheiby Junction at 5.21 r m
with Mail Tram 011CC+CKK for Columbu* and Cin
cinnati; at Mansfield Junction at*.651?* with Past train
ou O ?fc P H R for Pittsburgh, and at Newark with East
and West Night Train* on Central Ohio R R.
GOI3U NORTH?The 9.26 A m Train will make close
connection at Nrwark with Mail Train ft out Kellaiieou
Central Ohio K R; at Mansfield 'Junciiou with Expiess
for Pittsburgh; at Shelby Junction at 12.15 p m with Cin
cinnati Express Tor Cleveland, Buffalo and New York,
and at Monroevillr with Mail Tiain on C & T Road for
Toledo, Chicago, ?fcc.
The 2.10 p u Train will connect at Newark with Ex
press from the East on Ceniral Ohio Road; at Mansfield
Junction with Past Tiaiu lor Pittsburgh; at Sbelbv June
tion at 6.21 p * wllh Cii^imnti Mall lor 1'leve.aud; at
Munroeville with Night Express lor Toledo and Chicago,
and atSaudusky with sleather Day City fur Detroit and
Chicago.
J. R. ROBINSON, Sup't.
Sandusky. Aug 4,1855. sp!5? tf
bummer Arrangement.
REGVLAR PITTSBURGH PACKETS.
The fine aleamers
ECLIPSE, CaptOxo D. Moonr,
and
ROSALIE, Capt. An Snsi'PARD,
Will inn betweon 'Wheeling and Pittsburgh, formurea
daily line, connecting at Wcli?viUe with I he Expiess train
for Cleveland, and arriving at Pittsburgh in time 'Or the
morutng lines East. The Eclipse will leave Wheeling 1
every Monday, Wrdne*day, and Piiday, ami the Rosalie
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock, A.
M. precisely
For freight, passage, or tnrough tickets apply to
S C RAKER A- Co., Aeent*
JCvTew Arrangement.
THE "WHEELING AND 1(A R HERS EURO
XAII. PkCKKT
_ ALBEMARLE,
AJlES H. ROBERTS, master.
will leave Wheeling every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, at 10o'clock, A, M , for Painersburg, connecting at
Maiietta with the steamer HUCK, running from Marietta
to Zanesville: and at Patkeisburg with the steamer
FASHION, ruuniugfrom Parkersfcurgio West Colum
bia, Va. Returning, will leave Parkersuure every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 51 o'clock, A M.
Freight will be received for any point on the Muskin
gum river between Marietta and Zauesxille, and for any
point on the Ohio between Wheeling and West Colum
bia^ aptfj
Regular Union Line Packet
BKTWEKN
WHEELING Jf CINCINNATI.
_ -IT?S CITY OF WHKKUXG,
Captain Johu McLuie, Jr.,
will leave Wheeling every Monday, atG o'c ock. P. M.,
and Cl? ci total I every Thursday. ?t 10 o'clock A. M.
Fhr freight or passage apply to
8. C. RAKER & Co
Shippers will please take notice that the boat leaves
regulaily at the advertised time. All bills roust be on
board by 3 o'clock, P. M.
DCS" Passeugc rs ticketed through to St. Loui*.
mh27 S.C. HAKER A Co, agents
Change of Time! "
CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURGH RAILROAD,
, U. S. MAIL DAILY LINE
BKTWKKR
Wheeling and Pittsburgh.
THE fine side wheel
passengers steamers
FOREST CITY, Cap.-*
I j Geo.D. Moore,: and: ?
DIURNAL, CapL Asa Shepherd, will run dally between
Wheeling and Pittsburgh?the Forest City leaving Wheel
ngevery Monday Wednesday and Friday; and the Diur
nal every Tuesday, Thursduy and Saturday, at 7 A. M.;
arriving at Wellsville *n time to connect with the Cleve- .
land cars, and at Pit'a.urgh in time lor the morning lines
East. Returning?tL v Forest City leaves Pittsburgh eve
ry Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and the Diurnal ev
ery Monday,Wednesday andFrijUrttlOA.M.jarriving
at Wheeling intime for the mail llues for Ohio..
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
1.8. C. JIAKER & Co., Agcni.
EFThrough tickets for Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, De
troit; Milwaulde, Chicago, Buffalo and Dunkirk,sold at the
office of S. C. Bakkr 4- Co. _ re bo)
PARKERSBURG PACKET.
: THE i?aw and fast-runuing passenger
* packet. NONONGAHELA BELLE, Capt
N.T. H r r is, will run. as a.regular packet
___JhetweenWheelins and Parke> hurt, leav
ing Wheeling every Monday,. Wednesday and Friday.?A
Renrulng will leave Paikersbnrg every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
For freight or passage, apply on board. oc!4tf
WHEELING & PITTSBURGH PACKET.
-The new and light draft nassenger steamer
'[.EXCHANGE, A.' O. McCotlam, master,
wilt-run regularly in place orthe Diurnal,
leaving WWtloy at 6 nVJnrlf, A M.
'For f ieight or passage apply on board. je2t
S.C. BlKKR. JOUk LUT.
BOAT STORE.
. , S C.BAKKB 4 CO.
Will .apply Bull at all Honrs.
So. S3 With Kthiit,
I?n31?dtf -WllKKI.iyG.VA.
J. M. HAMILTON,
STEAM BOAT AGENT, '
WHEELING, VA.
Whnrf Boat at the foot of Monroe Street,
Will attend to the receivinganddeliverinror freight, and
the collection orrreigfct Mil;.
Freight Cur all regular packet* will be received freed!
charge. no?13-tf
8.' C. BAKU.' :
?.C.BAKSR*?o.,
STEAMBOAT AGENTS, WHEELING, YA.
WILLatlend to therecelvingand delivering or freight
r?nd collection or rreightbllU.
C^OtBceattheStore. ! ; [octls?dtf?"
yj street, between Monroe an* Qulncy streets; are pre
g^^p^g^^^cssto^^^u^oa'.Goodt.iH trap
J S.Baker Tallaotdc Ddaplaln.
- Thofe&Ust. D.Larob.
List <k UoweU. O. W. Ueiakell-d: Col
- ?': ? : ?? - . tplg
The 2Etna; Insurance Company
oKHABi'roBb^oirK..
INCOKPOKATbD; MAY IS19.
$500,000.
One of the oldest hud best institutions In this country
continues u> take risks upon the most fitvorabl*tortus.
A dpi y to vv. P. PBTKKSOK,
ap1-> ; ?; Aaent for WheHmga^d vicinity.
A. Card.
HENRY TALLANT. LEWIS S. DBLA PLAIN, and
W11.1*1 AM TA LLaVT lisve Formed a co-partner
ship, Tor the purpose of transacting a Wholesale Grocery
and Dry Goods and Forwarding and General Commission
business in this city, undei the firm or TA LLANT 6c DE
LA PLAIN. The wholesale Dry Goods business will be
conducted at No. G1 Main stree!,*ndtlie wholesale Groce
ry and Coministion business at No. u9 Main street.
Ample and reasonable blocks or Dry Goods and Groce
ri*s will always be on sale at low prices and on accom
modating terms, to wbicb they earnestly invite the atten
tion ot none norms. ma3
|NE\V STUCK OF
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Tf1K subscriber has ju?t returned rrom New York, and
c4u now offer a much laiger and finer stock or Goods iu
his line (nnd at prices much lower.) than ever heretofore.
Tlit public are earnestly solicited toe ill and examine his
goods and prices. Every article sold at this establish
ment is warranted.
Clocks and watches carefully repaired.
C. 1\ DROWN, Washington Hall,
rayl : Monroe street.
Shooters! Shooters!!
JLeounrd'u t'nient ICeroIrinx Hammer
Flutol ! ! !
THIS pistol, for simplicity or construction, facility of
loading and cajpirg, rapidity or discharging, power and
correc* i?ess, couvei.Ier.ce of carrying, and iu exemption
from liability to accidental dischaiging, claims a superi
orily over all others now manufactured.
A small lot just received and for sale at the cheap Jew
elry Store of C. P BKOWN,
uiyl No. 4 Washington Hall.
House Furnishing Store.
I 11AVK just opened, at No. 31 Monroe street, a new
stock of Housekeeping Articles, consisting of Table
Cutlery, Silver Plated Albata and Britannia waie. Plan
ished, Japanned and Plain Tin ware; Waiters of different
styles and various patterns, ornamental and plain Fan
-y and plain willow waie. Drushes, Featlier Dusters and
Hjr brushes. wooden ware. Family Hardware, Dathing
appaiatusand Kitchen wuiecumplete.
aplO JI. B. WOODS.
k ATHKNiHUM FIKK OFFICE,
London.
AlITUOUIZKD CAPITA!. ?4,000,000.1
Available Capital $1,284,300.
XXTILL take any and all lair fire risks at a reasonable !
Tf- tale.
Losses adjusted and prompliy paid wiibout reference to;
Loudou.
REFERENCES IN PHILADELPHIA.
At wood & Co., John Far mini,
John Gritg, George H. Stuart,
. Myc?s, C-lagboni & Co.- W.lltaoi M'Kee & Co.,
Powers de Weightuwn, White, Steveus & Co.
REFERENCES IN WHEELING.
H R. List & Co., Gill. Hardntan.A-Co.
Heiskeiuv Co., Bailey, W oodward dr Co.
Tallaut A: Delaplain, Xorlou, AchesoufeCo.. .
Hobbs, Haines & Co Jacob Semeucy.
For turUter'particular a enquire or . ?
WM. P. PETERSON,
Agent for WhcelUgsud vicinity.
OFFICE next ?loor to M4- M Rank. mh3
dstsukance.
THE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF WHEELING.
Incorporate d 1831.
TAKES risks at the lowest rates, oa buildings of all
kinds, steamboats, fhrnlture and merchandise, and
against all dangers attcudlug the transportation of Goods,
on n vers, seas, lakes, canals and railroads;
direct? as:
R. Crangle, S. Brady, J. W.'Gilt,
Sam'lNeet, Wm. Hlcming, Sam'lOtt,
Dau'lLamb, Rob'tPatterson, Kob't Morrisor
ROBT. CHANG LB, Pres't.
R. W. naanina, Scc'y.
tTApplicatlons for Insurance will bcprointly attended
by the President or Secretary.
Wheeling, Jan. 2Sth, 1853.
S. K. Burkholder,
General Commission Merchant,
NO. 10, FltONT 'rntlT,
jNew York.
WILL-make libeial advances on consignments for
warded hTm through Jno. W. Ross & Co., l.ocus
Point. Baltimore. . , leh1:3m
BLY DOKSEY & CO.
GENERAL
FOR WARDING AGENTS,
warehouse opposite the railroad depot.
. Wheeling, Vn.
KS?All Consignments lorwarded with promptness.
sepl
MONROE HOUSE.
WM. P. OLARK, Proprietor.
THIS long established and well known boute having
been thoroughly repaiied and renovated, now fur
nishes excellent accommodations to the traveling commu
nity and boarders, at
MODERATE PRICES.
It is located on tko coiner or Main and Madison streets,
immediately in fi,ont of t lie Suspension Brldgi, and ouly
a few squares from the Steamboat Landing aud Railroad
Depot.
EXCELLENT STABLING
is attached to the Monroe Hou?e. Travelers and hoard
ers may lest assured that the Proprietor will>pa?eno
pains topiomole their comfort. ju54:dawti
DR. JOHN RITTLBR'S'
Water Cure Establishment.
KKOWN8V1I.I.K, PA.
OUR mile and ? hall ca?l or Ilrownivllle, a ibort di?
lance from the National Koad, in a healthy, cool, and
retired valley, surrounded by beautilul ^sccnery, supplied
by springs or the purest and softest water, is open during
the summer season. Patients will find the necessary ac
tummodations and be treated by extensive experience in
the Water Cure in connection with a thorough knowledge
of Al'opathr ot the new achoolaud Homeopathy. Terms
for board and trea'meut ?7,00 per week. Ladies and pen*
tlcmen accompanying Patients $-1,00 per week For par
ticulars please apply to Un^JOHN' RITTLER,
jtion Drowiwvifl*. Pa.
Groceries at Wholesale.
rLAA BBLS. MOLASSES}
JUU 300 bass Kio coffee}
50 pockets Laguira coffee}
60 4 Old Java 4
60 boxes Caveudish Tobacco}
60 kegs 6tw. * ?
10 bbis cut and dry '
60 boxes Stewart's N. Y. candles)
1C0 libds Susan
30 bbls Loverinfi's refined Sugar}
10 birds Louisiana * -
60 ht'cb Y. H.t tr. P, and Imperial Teas}
60 catty boxes *
3U tie ices rice}
2 ? boxes white pipes;
60 4 Colgate'* fancy Soap?}
Together witb a Ail! assortment o Family Groceries,
includins Spices, Fruits, lJye stuff*, Fish, etc. etc. for sale
at wholesale, by
TALtAST & DELAPALIN,
nia3 Xo 69 Main street.
The Verandah Restaurant
AND OVHTEIC MT.OON
IS ifcdvin-evccy d?y fiwli Baltimore Oyster*. Oar
customers will always fin-l us piepared to sarvethem
up in ibe most delicate and desirable manner.
(CS*OHDEKS complied with in the shortest possible
lime
? agS9. ? .. . Jfo-107 Main street.
Use the Magic Impression
PAPKK for writing without Pen or Ink. copying plants,
leaves, flowers. Pictures, Pattems (or Erabioidery,
marking linen indelibly, and manifold writing. Thisar
tide Is absolutely tbe best portable inkstandin the known
world, for a small quantity folded and placed in the pock
et, constitute* a 1 raveling inkstand, -which cannot be bro
ker..; No penis needed, foi any stick sharpened to a point
writes equally as wel as the best geld pen in the universe.
For drawing, It Is in ispensable. It is, indeed, the only
art of Diawinsand Paiut'ns taught in one lesson. Any
tear, plar.t. oi flower can be transferred to the pages oran
album, with a minute and distinct resemblance or nature.
With equal lacility, pictures- and embroidery patterns are
taken, and have received the highest eulogiums from the
feirsexi and indeed ap more tasteful preaeut tor a lady
could not be produced.
This Magic Paper Willi also marktlinen, or other a? ti
des. io as to remain perfectly indelible. AII the washing
in the world tails to bring ft out. A ny child cau use it
with perfect ease. With this Magic Paper, likewise, one
or four copies of a letter written, can be secured without
any additional labor (whatever, making It thecheapest and
most convenient article extant. Itls u*ed togreatad van
tage by-reporters or the public press, telegraph operators
and bosts.oC others
Kach package contains four different colors, black,blue,
creen and red, with lull and pj luted Instructions, lorall
to use, hud win last sufficiently to obtain 600 distinct I ui
pressions.
It is put up in beautiful enameled colored envelopes,
with a truthful likeness or the proprietor attached. Each
and every package warranted.
" Pai?:*?S2 per dozen, or five Tor gt. Single packages 85
els. Mailed to all parts of the world, ou thi reception ol
the above prices. Address, post-paid,
N. TUBBELL, 167 Broadway, New York.
OPINIONS or Till PRK8S.
HoaaiLL'B Magic Imprmiom Papkr.?We refer our
readers to the advertfsementin another column, set lug
faith the merits of this pleasing and Ingeniou* Invention.
The cheapness should induce alt to give ita triaL?Phila
delphia Merchant.'
It is unsurpassed for neatness and utility, and should
meet with the sale It richly deserves ?Tribune
Just what the public ha* long desired, and recommends
Itseir to everylover ot taste and. refinement.?Journal <Sc
ourler. : r.' . . , . ?nl4t3m.
NOTICE TO {CONSIGNEES AND OWNERS.
?
T?HOM and after this date, all freights coming by ptea*
X\ mere rorwh.cb we are agent*, must be j ecel ved on
ed rrom freight bills in any case. : ^ ' ? S3
jel5.il tf - ? 8. C. BAKER & Co.
T)ni|?l ?-?mall lot o( mime 8ei?a.Jp<H:
X> eo> iKciTed wkl fi>r ule by
?tff - A- c- GOOD 4Co.
? WmmodatW..?l?n?.dW? ?f
' Du'iietbe r??t year, upward ol four hundred P"P""
Koofc'Keeping, in ?Il It* numerous form*) SVhmsnMilp,
I mporlir.t sublets. areiu?u*ted in the nio?t reienltflc
"7.Ihit the (tcll'lllesheieoBhred
spSl . -?. - -? i-rewa.n
7 .'. CUWUEK WAUAV5UNE
THKundersijned. wtUT^v# onjjUn^jw Vowd?r
which may be offered. at ? ?uuderaie cbarfe. He bas s
S^i.S?.1?uSLj are nrool bulldluj, with capacity to
conuun lO.OOikees.jl powdor. ?i. kkiij.y
New and Elegant.
IHK undei sicncd be?* le*\etnin!onu lii?rrleit.Uaml
patrons, aiidtHe citUeiusor Wlwellngtei?ijll)f, that
lie hi* Just received Us spring and wiimuer stuck o' ,
ci-otiis, cawiukrk" ?m" vkbtincs. ? ?
which be is prepared to mate to
totert-"d
,PI7 Ko.3. W.shligloh Hall.
JUST leceivedand tor*alc at the lowest market pncew
3 ttOM Fahnestock's Vermtlusri
S < NcLaue'a
S ' do liver Pillsy
12 ? Nervcnnd Hone Llutmenti
G ' George's Balsamic Compoundi
2 ? ?r,Weavef?KjeSalv?i
mhg 1 ' ^''^^H-CHU^BAOKKn.
NOTICE?EXTKA. ,
SAVING been East slid selected the roost splendid
lots or marbieever broujht to thla-inaiket, 1?J
all my fi lend# to call immediately and leave their order* |
SI'!
wanjntefand no mistake. ^ j, R0,us._
BABBITTS CHEMICAL. YEAST POWDER.
THIS Powder is the beat In use, and the only Gen
nine Veast Powder. ,
For sale by J. B. VOWELLi
? * Sign ortbeKed Mortar,
S3 Monroe at.
7 HJKJf examined the ? ? Rto1rTe*c'"S?Co?I^T,d .??i
Biead and Cakes," mauulactured by H. f Habbltl.ana
consider It sn excellent article Tor the purpose It t?lu
jas- r
ltr-1
Pure Ioe.
WR are prepared/to lurnisli Uie citisens or "Wheeling
with an article ol pilro Ice in qiuntitlesas may be want,
ed, delivered in any part or the city. Our ice a li ce from
all Impurities, having been taken Irom Hedi liou's darn,
thiee miles up Wheellnccieek. Pewuns wishing icelelt
at their residences will leave their names at IIM Itoat
Store, corner Water aud Monroe atreeta. . .
ap2S S. C. KAKKR ot t<o.
KLOUK, GRAIN, SEEDS, BUTTElt, &c.
Wanted.?The subscribers will purcliaseor make
liberal advauces on consignment to oalttmoie,
Philadelphia or Sew York, ol flour, wlieat, rye, oats, corn,
barter, clover anil timothy fceeds. Also on butlerCsolid
pickled, and ?1U-^,t.
Sundries.
1 AO l??rrele Family Flour}
lUy 100 do Kxtra Fait}
60 do No 3 medium mackerel?
30J do do do
25; do large do
20 J do No2 do
20 kin No 1 do
20 ?' No 2 do
26 barrelt rice,
23 bags Kio Coffee}
6 do Java do
10 boxes puie Pepper}
20 dozen bucket*}
20 do wasli boards?
600 pounds S O heel i
30 barrels Rye Flour, ?
Sugar, molasses, bacon, etc. just recM and for sale by
ap7,S GKO. K. MoMBOHKN.
KEMOVAL.
MKKII.I.Y lias removed from his old stand in Mar
. kct Square lo that new and spacious warehouse,
No. 67, gieeii front, west side of Main street, between
Monroe and Quiucy, lately occupied by Messrs. Annan
?fc Maguine, as a commission hou*e. ? Me lias on band a
Urge and general asaortment or Groceries and Uquois.
which be will sell at ? holesate at tl?e lowest market prtre
Also:?Gunpowder ol' every description, and Safety
Fuse.- *pl?
Kichard H-iI.ee,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
FORMKRI.V faACTlTIONER IN TIIK COURTS OF
EASTERN VIRGINIA.
WILL attend tlie Courts or Obio county, and will at
tend to any business in the counties of ^ asbington
and Greene, Pa. H.s residence?
jUl4 , WAaniKOTOM, Pa
Sundries.
4(1 boxes Haisins] 15 boxes Oransesj
40 hlr do do 1# do Lemonsi
40 qr do do 1000 new coco nuts |
20 do Malaga FigS} C boxes uiaccaroui}
3 cases do 3 do Vermicelli}
6 trail Dates} 9 do Jujube Pastej
2 cases Liquorice: 2 bags AlraOndsj
1 do Calabria do 1 do Sicily do
3 do Sardines} 2 do walnuis}
1 bbl pajier sliell almonds; 6 do Filberts |
3 dozOesb Peaches 3 do Pecan;
2 do* Pi ue-apples} 30 dozass'd Pickles}
1 case Prunes; 10 doz Pepper Sauce.]
Just received aud for sale by .
T. K. ASKEW
janlO Marketst. I door below McLnrn Hon?e
l'o Gentlemen
DKKIRIKG a Superb and complete outfit in personal
opimrel, tlie opportunity now cflbred. at Tbomas
Hielies', surpasses any ever presented in Wbeelingl In
variety, quality, and extent the assoilment will be fo"nu
supeiior to any ever offered. All are icqursted tp call at
No 36, corner Monroe and Water sis.
apl2-.ini Wheeling. Va.
Spring Stock..
J HAVEjust opening avery large and well selected stock
Mn<1dl?rs Hnrdwnrc nnd Coach Trluiminga,
to wkicu 1 invite the attention or uiy customers anu all
persons using goods or this kind.
Old Stand, 153 Main street.
my2 JOHN KNOTE.
To Farmers.
THE subscriber will ship wheat to the eastern market
Tor ferine is.charging but a small per cent, therefor. His
acquaintance'issuchaxto secure the highest prices, and.
by this arrangement farmeiscau have ait the benefits or
tlie eastern market. 1. N. KKLLKIf,
ju27 Quincy street
New Confectionery.
XT7"1LLIAN POX would respecttully inform thecitl
XT sens of Wheeling, that he has opened a new confrc*
tiouery Establishment attlie old stand or the "Indian
Queen,"on Main street below Monroe. He confidently
invites bis old rriendstoc*!! a nd patronize him in his new
business.
VJTlct creams and the delicacies or the season, at all
hours. ap!7
Ctutnml Dry Tobacco.?100 Itbl.s cut and dry and
J 100 gros4 papers Smoking Tobacco for sale by
Jn3t LOG*K? KAKKK <1- Co.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned in the 1 ivery business is this day dig.
solved by mutual consent. Persons having claims agailist
the firm will present them for settlement immediately.?
Also, tlio*e indebted will please n?ke payment imroedlt ,
ately. JAMES M. BULGKlt.
DANIEL H. LADY,
Wheeling, June 1,1856. * je!6
TO FARMERS.
UAS O,?Peruvian and Mexican. Orders for any
amount of either description filled by
g9 GI Lt '?dc-Cu. Sole ag'ts lor Importers.
PRK Cider Vlnepr-60 barrels, warranted pure, in
G
L store and for
epl$
M. REILLY.
NEW GOODS BY EXPRESS.
1 l*IKCIBS Lawns, in handsome styles;
J-U 1. do hair cloth Skirting*
I do black Met, for mantles;
6 do black Guipure Lace;
3 do black Brussels do
ju7 J1B1RRKLL & Go.
WOLF'S AROMATIC SCHEIDAM gCHNAPPS
IN pint and quart bottles, just received and for rale by
J'20 * JOHN 11. TAPPAN.l
Six Twin.-iJ00kegs>o. 1 Six Twist Tobacco, lor
a^lc by V
Jn3l LOGAN, HAKER & Co.
O c#ar*.?au,<KM) very superior Imported Segais;
O 100,000 bair Spanish and common do
> For sale by . o"; y
LOGAN. BAKKR* Co .
IODDKNS' Carminative Bal-am for the Summer Com!
j plaint just i ee'd-by J. H. VO WKLL.
augC Sign or Red Mortar, 33 Monroe St:
I>" D1 Go, copperas, alum and madder for sale by :
' J. B.VOWELL. ;
augfl . Sign of Red WorUr, 33 Monme St
Ou couMlguuaent.?Received and lor sale?
100 comstalk aiid ?iraw cutter* or varicus patterns,
art ft f Arros coftr]. ? HU R BELL <V SON.
49
iiOA.WS. Lemons; ?
6 boxes Oranges (sweet);
BSSjjnjy i?
i?ai
u prime con-MUon.
For nl^by
01 LI. & On'
. CASK Freuck ill andy, mrruiU j purs; oubaud ?ud
I rorute by .
}tS0 ' ' JOHN H TAPPAN'
' . ' ' ..FortlielnlrilUw-cor: *?;.
?\lriHB Bl.b Cover*. both round ?nd ooloitf. of ? ?orfj
. leM r?r$or quality?-cmll .ad'?ee at W00I>R: J
- ?. OILS.. . mm
? 'fWhiliL and Jliihfll i. fast received and for i
, V IUO.V
Sperm, "Whale, and-PisfaOil?, just received j
v ? feait 'J
ZlMttVlLL*, OlUo
Mr.J. V. Vrni^mith ,
DearKill-i
rheumatism in iny liacii
..... u.ij ..mnini ul| llljr II Jt |Pg ll|IC uuutc O! i;|)B|IC t^hu
i.iiiimeiilaiid try what effect it would havei umlooeibut
lie liu relieved ine sp uiudi Hint I was able to gel out of
my lied withoutdifficulty. Itna, b?u * hlesslim to B.ei
just try it lor youise.l, and you will be wrli pleased.
Msa. il. UooiiKAN.
Wholesale and Retail A rants.
?JHOUi'SOiTAt WAlTKItSON,
n|y'!|y No 117 Wain strwt.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
rpiIB co-partnership heretofore existing Iwtween Mi
JL clisel Sweeney, Tin Johnston, ilr.j {Petal* Hiioeiiber
ger, James M. Todd, and A.N. Johnston, under thefirin
naiuo ol Sweeney, Johnston <fc Co , was dissolved 4011
I lie Sili day ol June, 18M,hy the death of ^'.QUsfJShoen*
'"sfnee that dale the undersigned have conthiucdtbe bbs.
incus of the late firin under Uic imme and ?trlt
ney, Johnston & Co.
M1CHA KI> 8WBKW.
Till JOIINBTON,
JA/UKK M. TOIIO,
A1I1JAH N. JOHNSTON.
DISSOLUTION.
THK firm of Sweeney, Johnston dt Co.,ia ttiladaydl**
sulveil ly mutual consent, Messrs. Allchael- Sweeney and
Thoinas Johnston, Jr., retiring from the firm.
M. SWKKNJiV,
J. M TOUJ),
THOSi JOHNSTON, J*.,
A. N.JOHNSTOK.
Wheeling, February 22d, 18S5.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE undereigiird liave united llieinaelvea lor lite pur
pose or luaiiuractiirinc all kinds of Iron ?ud Nalls,et the
Missouri iron Works under the style ol J. M Totlfl <v
Chi., and solicit a continuance ?f-Hid patronage oUM old
liiiii. i
J. M. TODD.
HUGH MCIIOLR.
A. ?. JpllNsTO*.
Wheeling, Feb. 22d, 1856. feb87
CHESTER & CO.
FORWARDING AND SHIPPING
MERCHANTS.
~Z~-. 93, WEST STREET CORNER Or CF.tUR ?T.
NEW YORK.
IONS]GN M KN'l s for re ahipnieut solicited, and good*
U 101 wauled to all paitaof the world with,the turnout
promptness ? ?< ...
Agents-of Die - .
New York, Baltimore and Wheelittg Line,
for the traiiH|K)i tfttUiii iu the Valley-ol the Ohio aud Mis
sissippi, vU Baltimore and Ohio Kailroad ..
Having a cUiu ol well kuown ogcniu thiousliout the
line, we ate prepared to give through receipts, lor time
and price.
\ar Western merchants arc solicited to call at the New
York Agency upon tlie kubscribers, Lerore making tbeii
contracts elee where. .
CHESTER <Sr CO.,
aggfcly . 03 West st., New York.
A. EDWARDS dc l?RO. Jia ve juatrecelycd from
of fine Groceries, to which they invite the attention ofal
. . . the Kast, (at their Mew, Grocery
Postofllcc.j an excellent aud carr' " *
Just Received.
\.t. p^jgye35p&
iw. Grocery ai(Julnlug ttw
elully Kclocled aaaortnient
r Invite the mlenUonor.il
(Kni^ata
in want ol eoodmid cheap -rocoi tea. Our a
illicit nr flue
Kio, Alaracailio, and Java coffees, brown, clarified dot
Ciuahod and Pulverized Kufiarai
Teas in great variety and line qualities)
Cocoa. Krouno aud Chocolate ol 11* beat branda,
Fteali poaches, pine applea, strawberries aud raapber*
In* in miMt rira fl.aur rjirn ?fnrrlit
rlc*,in cansj rice flour, corn starch}
Farina, sa^o, macaroni. Isinglass, Jellytinaj *
IJerinuila A rrowroot dried currants, raisins,almonds,
Olives, Imps, ctcj Tobacco and segars, fine qualities)
tfoaps, etc.} Fine ground Table Baltt
Fnices and Essences of every variety,
Togeiiter with /mauv other articles t >o tedions to enu.
metaie, all of which we4rc se ling at verylo wprices.
?Colt ana examine lor yourselves, you can't but bePittas*
ed. .Remember the place?corner ol Alaiket and Qulncy
streets,adjoining the 1'ostoffice, Wheeling, Va: . W/W
*,TAlrt/l8.
K. SATKHkti
0854.
Bateman, Pallia & CO.
COMMISSION MERGHANTS
GENERALPOHWARDKRS,
" aiianup, ,.,i? -
" w. 1) Baxter &
Ky Particular attention given to liana shlpmenla from
WhMllmj. by canal to Wabaaliy*ltej-.anU Toledo,, .
P *."? 7IN1IU ?
Conflow
CORNER or MAIK AND MADISON snrerrs,
Wheeling, ?
Ah vrlll be *ecn fromthe above, the sUbscflbpr lias -r
moved hii5elitfibil?hn"
Wherel
,..w.
she will be pleased to See all blsi
asnmnyrewoncs as m\y call. His *u~
larged, and hlsrooms neatly refitted. ?C
Xuts;4*c., atiwholesalest tlie very lowe?
ties aud fandlies %uppOed*wftb takessndl
est notice. -His Ice cream saloon istiif^
the city, and uo attention will be S|tajn
?u?ssts^^""" iar-- ?* *?* **" -
?nil k
tlie public ceuerally,
' Ice! Ioe!! Icel! i
' lie la now pn
?r?
tbeni with aaporo and transparent .n article orice aa waa
ever taken f.om the water, and at aa low a late aa ever
berore olTeied. ' . . ? ' ? .? ?' v'\
That which he now oltera I. In .part taken frora the
creek at tlie point oaUed? WcOoUoch'a lysap. though tbe
at eater poriiouwitb wblchihia mammoth Jee. House la
miedia.irom the river, being nearly -all lYom the AUagbe
ny, ?wl aonie un lncliealoaioottlijck. ? -,M ? ^
.pa
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