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IUTHS OP A DT?KTI Si If'':.
TUB UXDKksIGNKD. nuhiitheis or newspapers fo
Uiecitjol Wheel1115, in l U? iiicreiutetl price or p..
?a, l?*?r ?!W ?{"???. WW!***, rendering tlielciuaiaiiM*
fxf greaterth^uherptot?^?ldo agree to cbit?g$ ttteiollo w
?g rateit' fofc ad.terttalug^ and in ho case whatever,to
U'nr hup 1 Ihhai linn # . 'if!!
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? discount of 60 per cent, on the above will be made Tor
each square forthe first three luoutlis^udOu percent,
theieaiior. ?> ~ /: * r..x ; or* x ? jr. :? >
bur businesaor professional cards, | square or less, ,
perannum.--..8 AOO
Fur bush e*s or prolessiooalcards* one faquare,. per.. ..
aunum.? . 10,00.
For one column (outside) one year .. ..100,00
* halt 44 44 44 4* ....... 60,00
? t ?? ? " " -V- 40,00
A lid u<> per cent on the above for inside.
OS-Personal communications charged at $1,00 per tliou
land eius*
03rsp?cial notices charged $20 per square, per annum,
for lirst square, and same rate,01 discount theteqn for a
greater number or squares as under the general head, and
10 ceOkS a line lor siuglc Insertion.
Business advoi tisements, with monthly chango, one
square 1 year ...Vi.....325,0'J
Fame wilb weekly change 30,00
Notice oi ilea.ha inserted gratuitously, but fuueral
notice charged
3larriage notice charged.. GO
Nominations, charged for each candidate for asepa
iale olttceiuserted for 1 mouth or les#, in advance 2,00
KeUsIoa*aoUCe,Iu?tteaforUa^icj>.TtBsojt^
JQON T. RUSSELL,
* BKATTY & t?o.
In ?>
BUSINESS CARDS.
LAWYERS
18AIAU 4TE?K,
attorney: at law.
SPKCTAUattention given to collections ia Ohio, Mar
shall;'Brooke and Hainlcock .counties. Ofiice South
. est cornet Wain and Middle sts, Centre Wheeling. raa4
- . UIORKAN r*KI.*OtY,
Attorueraud ?onmi?llor ht Law,
Office No. ToO, Fourth street,
WtlKKCtXO, Va.
ALVIUip.CAliU'lVliLJL.
AU?r??yat Law and Solicitor iu Chancery,
Office No. 247, Main street, v
Whirmno, Va.
KV.^BliL & FIt/lKUOir,
Attorney** and Connneliont ntLaw,
Office No. 6&, Monroe Street.
Wmatt2tor Va.
N. KICHAKUfeOJN, y
ATTOKNK* Jfc AT LAW,
NO. ISO, rUURTII 8TRKKT,
wheeuxo, VA.
k3*w Ir.r. attends o ill busine?* entrusted to liimfnthe
Imeiior ai.J Superior l-'cuvls or OUo and adjoining couit.
lie!*. mti24:nt
GIBSON L. CRANMER,
Attorney at l?nvr.
NOIAKV PIULIC
FOR. THE err* OF W 11KKI.ING, ?'
tO*And Commissioner for tlte State or.Ohio, to take
acknowledgements of Deeds, Depositions and. otlier writ-;
lugs. aug26 |
s Jacob. '? t^iv. vxholicton.
JACOB sc PENBLETOIV,
Attorney* at Law,
Office three doors north or the-Court House,
Wihckmno, Va.
oat-will attend regularly the Courts of Marshall, Ohio,
Brooke, and Hancock counties, and the District Courts at
Fairmont and'Parkersburg, and such other Courts in the
f icinlty of, Wheeling as may be necessary.
C* K. THAW w. V. TbJtJIKK,
Jackson C. H., Va. " Parkersburg, Va.
Tltaw & Turner,
ATTOBNSYH AT I,AW.
W11,1.a.tend strictly coall business entrusted to them
in the counties of Wood, Wirt, Jackson, Ritchie,
Gilmer ami Plea^uts.
iCs"Particular attention given to collections.
KKFKR TO?
PillLADKLPHtA?Hon. GeorgeSharswood, Hon Joel
Jones, Hoit.Chs. tSilpin, -Messrs. I ee?fe Walker.
BALTIMORE?Messrs. Ne*!e& Luckett,Messrs. Peiui
?* MitcbelL
WHKKLING?Messrs. Z. S. & J. J. Yarnall, Thomas
Johnston, Jr. octStMy
PHYSICIANS.
ALFRED HUGHES, M. !>.,
HUM(E?P ?* T III? I* II VSICIAH,
HAS removed um office ami residence to the corner of
Filth and Quiucy streets* nearly opposite the Catholic
C lurch
OFFICE HOURS?JHorning from7 lo 9.
Noon 44 1 to X
Kveuiug ?? 1 lo 0.
ai?20:?lly;wlt |
Dr. W. T. MoMechen,
OFFICE?corner Centre and Sixth streets,
je?-dty . WIIKKMNfr, V\. 1
UIKUlVAIi.
BK. D: C. CRACRAFT tendem bis professional ser
vices to the citizens o( South Wheeling and vicinity I
oP^ICK iliicctly wcstof Keuctfx Hotel. m?3d3m 1
Dr. M. Campbell.
(uTKorfAiRxaouT, va.)
OFFICE: Fourth 8L? adjoining the residence of Henry
Moore.
iiorM Wheel In k ? V n
E. VARNEY
MANUFACTURER OP
COPPER, TIK Ac pillKKT IRON WARE
No.d. .Main St., near the Creek. Jtiidge.
Wiikklino, Va
liXBDIK. R.C.. BONItAM. . W? W. IMIIIT
LAMBDIN, BONHAM, & CO.,
VIUU1NIA, Wlf ;{>XfN6 ANII PDffiNIX
PAPMILLS,,,
WHEELING, VA.
Manufacture Printing ?iJ Wrapping Paper, Candle Pawn,
Cotton Yarn I aper. Steam Boat Paper,
Bonnet Hoards, Fuller*' Hoards. Are. "?
lkuxaud k. rufttiY*rii okukuk w. uuruANT
L. B. FORSYTH & Co.
(or. LOUISVILL*,)
Forwarding <$? Commission Merchants
. ?AMD ? .
PRODUCE IIBOKXRtt,
SO ?. POBMC I^ANI'NC,,
cmciNN&ii, o.
"DKINC tlieauilioOzed lielsl't agenla for the Covington
1) A Lexington Kiflrood, pc<xf? Tor i hit road will meet
pion.|>? aitnith lr conalgued to'oiir add *e??.
n<P:3ni I.. K. P. ft Co.
MOUBNU\G QOOOS. ; j
T &T black Silks: bombazines of Lupin's ,'taket
V Jet black muslin delaines, in extra fine quality;
? * mourning Cashmeres;
Black and purple merino plaids and stripes j 1
Black and white chintzes? English ci imped crapes;
do do Gimharas and chintzes; j
Plain black. Thibet. Squareand L'ng Shawls; I
do and embroidered1 collar** steeves, and!
cheinizettes. '
HKISKBLL> Co. j
Strobel & Blooh,
m.lCUI|e Detiimrn Winn*Mqnoro,
Ao. ITT Main 8irect,i]Utfuiutlding/ornierlykiwuin antlic I
?pSt-ly W HB?BLt<ka"*!y>> , .
w. D. MOTTE &:BRO;
D*a*?r iu allkfndtforPoreicH and MomentSc i
DRY GOODS,
Wo. |-^,M<mcrrSx?Mrry Wimumi..VA. :
_ M: REfLLY,
wholesale Dealer in Groceries,
Fortign and Damrtlic Winet and Li quart.
NO.181 WK^TStDK MaKKKT SQOAttK,
m?T-t? WHEKiayfi. VA : -
VvIMOOW BLINDS.
I? d, BOBBBT8 ?
s now prepared to rtirnisli ? -
VBHITIASBMSOS,
??? e?ery deacriptioit, at tlie alto rfeat notice, all of my
"wnmanuratture. whnlewlc ami retail.
OWIimls repainted and (rimmed. Call and aer
"? ?; K'Ct>4CI-WJX.,r ? <H Dl **o*.
M'CLALLENS' & K^OXV. ?
"holr.nle nnrf Retail DealanInnlt klutUol
Boots, Shoes,Leather,Sio.*
-No. 106, Main etreet,
- *"*< .
|T* * or U rape.liie;' ;thit aiiporlof article hir tho,
LYON'
HOZHS Lyon'ii .
? ?Jel>jr . ^ THPJ
"*4/11
BUSINESS-' GARiDS.
, DRUGGISTS.,.. :
-
[ SUCCESSORS I.TO :1U|U 'bJ.KKS. ]
WHODESAtiE&RETAlIiDHOGGISTS,
Corner. Aluiii nnd Hlourofi ?(refiiN,
/?. ^.^yU??LJK^y^,.t.v
C? C?001> 3c CO., have bought cthe - entire $
- sU^fc^ J-wr ltaker, and will ouijUu^.the Drug?
Ihoir keepingou hand, (and offering ou the beat twim,) *?
full assortment of the very beat ar ticlcHin their line or bus.
?luess A. C. GGOD & Co
^Wheeling, Dre.20j.18M.; _ - dc21 f
Wm. J.' Armstrong, '
DKAI.KH- IN
Bmgn, ITI^ilieineH. i'hemicnlft, Pntent Med
icine*, Perfumery nml l-'nuty
Article*.
no. I3S. M?l!?rr rtn?*T,
BICCWKICN MONHOK AND UNION STBUtTil,
. ?? V .( - ; ,l ?WHl4KBtNCr. VAv
; JGTPbysicians Prescriptions, filled at all bourn, day or
nigllt. jolily
1 f RncricssoBS t6 DcsnFiietb and robinson."]
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
AND DKAI.KRS TN
Oils, Paints and Dye Stuffs.
H AVING purchased the stock of Bush field & Robin
son, we have and will always keep ou bauds a com
plete supply or
DRUGS, HEDICINKS,
Pafnta, Oil*, Dye Stujj*, Patent Medicine*, VamUJier,
Hrttshe*, Perfumery, Ola*M aiid Gta*?icare,
and Varieties usually kept by wlmleHa e Druggists, which
we will sell to Dealer*, consumets and country mer
chants a*/ozo and oii as favorable term* as they can pur
chase and brlua them irom the eastern cities. aZct
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Chemicals, Perfumery, &e., &e.
J II. ?KV9IBA?KEK would announce to his
? fiiends and the public generally, that having purchas.
ed the interest of the senior partner in the business lately
conducted, under tbe firm of J. Crumuacker & Son, he
wilLcontlnue tbe same at the old stand. No. 175, Main St.,
and would respectfully solicit,-and trusts to-merit a con tin.
uance ofthepatronagesolfberallybestowedontheold linn.
He has just returned from the Eastern cities, aud is now
opening ait extensive and well selected stock or Drugs arid
Chemicals, Perftiraery, Far.cy articles, Ac./all or which
were purchased After strict personal inspection and with
scrupulous regard *0 purity of quality, and are now offered
to the public on tho most reasonable terms., * lvr.
immanuei Dorn,
mamdVactdrkr or
PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
octl.lyil K) Main tt. C. KXTK rt VVHKKr.lSP. VA
-.WILLIAM ROBERTSON,
Grocer and dealer in
FI.ODK.AKU AMi KliVDtl OF PROVH.
IONS, bl.OVBU A' TlillO'i'II V SHI'II
No. 1TC, 8. KASTCORNXR MARXXT and IINIOX* ?
-? WnKKUlSli, A.
F. R. ARMSTRONG,
AUEOT AND SEALKIt In
REAL ESTATE.
Office corner of Main and Union streets,
aug27-lyd AVHKKLING, VA.
S. D. HARPER & SON,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
1IATS, CAPS, STRAIV GOOIW,
MUFFS, FURS. AND CARPET BAGS,
No 129 Main st. corner or Union,
_ WllKKI.1 no, Va.
T. SWEENEY & SON, ,
(SUCCW?8nRJ? TO SWKBNKY** <fc B?.L,)
MANUFACTURERS OF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
China. <tueeintirarc. Lanipii, (iiraiidole*,
T1 KI.KCL'T I.KK V. \c.
No. 85, MAIN STREET,
Wnnr.iNn, Va.
JOHN HOW ELL,
DEALER IN .
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,
tVo. 173 ITIraln Ht.
XDKCKD nOBBS, T1'?8' f- TATL0R?
HOBBS &. TAYLOR,
Dfnmafacturer?of
STEAM ENGINES,
AiVI> <3EJVERAL MACB11XISTS,
CORNER MAIN ?e QUINCY STS.
Mir.L KNOINKS, 'TORACCO and 1IOISTINO3?*RKWS
steamboat exoines, Gitmr and saw mill work,
furnace ENGINE*, ENGINEBOILER.*,
And nil kiinln of Iffnchinery uindc to order,
' ou theiuoMt rensonnble term*.
New Books.
Lewi** American Miiortiiiumi;
Whitney's M >tali.c Wealth;
llitiicrolt's Hint. United States, 5th volume;
Land of the Saruccn* by Kayard Taylor;
Nelly Kr.icken; What >otf
Horn urn's Autobiography;
Riith Hall, by Fanny Fern;
May and Pecember, by 3!is TTubback,
Fudce Doings, by Ik ATarvel;
You ITave Heard ol Them;
Poems of tli? Orient, by Kayatd Taylor.
For sale by
W1LDK Si KROTHF.R.
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, &e.
JKR'lf B. SHKPPAIU) would respectfully in
^ form ntsfrionds and the public, that he has re
- moved lusestab'ishnieiitto No. 131, MatnStreet,
turner ol* Union, where will he found constantly on hand,
a large and well selected nnsm tun nt or nil articles in his
line, consisting of Saddle*, ISridlcN, Harnett*,
Iron framoand Wood box 1'rankn, Vulipex,
C-nrpet KngN, Scotch Upper u?J XIo^ **kiu
Collars, Umnei*, Wkipx, &c.,u*c., Ac.
A?* of which are manufactured by competent workmen,
ot thf? beat materials, and wil 1 be sold CHKA P FOIl CASH.
Tho*e desiring to purchase are requested to callaudex
amine for themselves at
ap!2?yrd. ' . No. 131. Main st. "Wheeling. Ya.
Agricultural Warehouse,
Corner Iflain and Quincy Htreeta, near De
pot It. ?fc O. SCnilrond,
R. H. HUBBELL, Agent,
? AND?
OCMMISSION MERCHANT,
FORthesaleot'Plou-.hs, Harrows, Cornshelleis, Straw
Cutters, Cider Mills, Churus^Shaw'&Hntut .Machine,
Draining Tile, and all Agricultural and Horticultural Im
plements, Mechanic's Tools, Sends and Plants.
Wheeling. Oct. t?t, *54. . . nets
J. B. VOWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
DEALER IN
Danes, PAixxf, oils, urra, patknt medicines
AND PKRFUHKRY.
? _ No. 35 Mouroe ?t., Wheeling*
CC3" Manufacturer of Superior Lemon Syrup.
- ,
Wnoiesaxe arid Ketail Uiroeery.
No. 21S Market Square. :
HAVING puichrssttl the establishment of John K. Mor
row, 1.shall always keep on hand a good stock of
Groceries and Flour, and hope to retain the patronage of
his customers andall new ones whe may favor me.
octl GEO. K. McMKCHKN.
THR undersigned having sold his stock of Groceries,
dec., to Mr. Geo. K Mc.Vechen, respectfully recommends
hi in to his customer* and the public.
octl-ly JOHN K MORROW.
R. B. WOODS,
DKALEIt IN
House Furnishing and House
_ f keeping Goods,
NOV 31, MONROE STREET,
apio wheelim*. va. .
"^XTKA Family Flour, just received and lor sale by
je!4 DOAXK & COWGlfJ..
Thompson & Patterson,
. DKALEKS IN
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper,
. . . and Variety Goods
DXGenerat Depot for tbes sale ol all the Popular Patent
Medicines, etc~etc*v lately sold by I..li.Patttf>80ii6? Co.,
33Mbnto?st. - :
np9 : No. t!7 Main nt.
" W. M. BERRYBILL: ]? '?
- Cheap Furnishing Warerooms.
151 MAIN" 8T.i'WHEELING,-VA.
L7> kinds of' Eornlftir^ Incldulng CHA1HS, SOFAS,
E
A
WM.,;X. iMJSJBDS,
Booliblnder Itlnuk Book Mnuufnchirtr, .
? NO. 2U, mokroc street, dp stairs.
.XT OUtir respectfully InfarmfiUfriends and the public ;
r> in general, tbatMdw* establishment
lely kno wn as James*!. Bwipg/aktookbindeiy and blank
w>b manufactory, and isnow niepared to rule an J bind
. joider, blank books of every description, music,-mas* -
zines, periodicals,?frc., in a manner uot to besurpassed by
K^rtvnca. ptKLnk Bbok..
> ?
(
m n FIBuf;- i^Proate .
..??iifor tbetale of Pie Iron
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
DR. S. P. HULLIHKN^DR. J. P. HULLTHEN,
OfFFICB No. 131, Fourth ttreot, ifeiYrtbe
: '.'7 .HfttihrlerUrreanrcli.
jManufactnrc Tctlli etpiei-aly roT each par
titular caye. Full 'Betta'Ot TeeUlTvOraiijr
wtaof aett-;, made with artiBclai-tfuioa. The Gu'm ia
uuUelstfiK$9*Ujiiiouaoraolfd piece?the coat lathe' iiue
forteethT*lthOr without guma. " " "? :
Full settaol teeth made from $15 to #100 a Sell; email
aett?fWW'?^t?ji?i-ii?rtootlw,^ vc i
SKXXOIt, ?KAI.,4e IVWljAKIJHUKH.
* PANCTf DRY GOODS
r-+>:<WBQi>ESALK.'i .UAhJl' * ;
Ne.11, Sanlk 4th Street. !
- - ' ' - ?? WHIiftfKLPHIA. }
I. W. SrxTort, Ii. Skal, A. Van Sweaklng^n.
~ W. P. PETERSON -
Fir DInrlne, mid Iiire Inmranec
AND LAND. AGENT.
?? ?'.8l. .yonroe?raet. "Wli^eliiu;. Va.
i-iZS! ^ISDAND; TANNERY, , ri'<?
BKKG EK.t UVVFlUHK,
. .. ' ?CAiroirAtiroai^j.r, .
Every , description of -Beather,
Aii?r*I>Vnfrri? in Wool nntl IlidM ;3
Store Itocot No, ITC Jorticr q/ Market JUrp end Main tfreet,
? 'y ' * [A 2 rHr \VuT*iniapyii <
tC^ShorPrndlngSofidl kihdnpn hand, and uoliritVfcYy
'mmTernte fenits. N " i 'I ? y;
? J. TuHTON . ~ ~
IKouiie, Sign, nnrf Oruftiueutnl Pninler.r
12S, Main, bciuxen Honrceavd, Union, street*,
\Vrieclhig+Va.
r E3*\Stgn8, Banners and Flags, transparent, plain and
fancy,executed with ueatnessand despatch, Graining *vc.
reb22-dm
-J. & W. TAYLOR,
Iff iianfncttirer* and Dealers in altklndu of
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS,
WHOIVKHA IjK A WO KETAIIi, .
Ko. 108,. Main St., East side, 2 doors below Market Alley,
tf. WnwtMNM.Vi.
" ~S7 AVERY,*
Wboleaale and Beiall
Hat and Cap Manufacturer,
No. 146, Main Street,
Wheeling, Va.
tCF*Has on hand the largestand best assortment or Hats
and Caps brail qualities and sites. janll
R. CRANGLSl & CO.
WHOLESALE GK- DERS,
Forwarding and Commission
DIKICCUAN'1%
Corner Monroe.and Market streets,
' "ntg.Vt
Wilde & Brother
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
4T7"HOLKSALE and Retail dealers in miscellaneous,
IT medical, theological *and school books, stationery,
wall paper and wiudow blinds. Wholesale dealers, school
committees, teachers, and others supplied at Die lowest
rales at the Bookstore, corner o! Main and Union streets,
Wl.eell wr. Va. apfi
J. N. ZIMMER'S .
CRACKER AND CAKE BAKERY,
No. 103 Market st, a fete doors Soutn oj the Market Home,
Wheeling, Va.
He keeps constantly on handi large stock of the follow
ing articles; Butter Crackers, Water Crackers, Soda do.,
Sugar, do., Pilot Bread, and the celebrated Bostou Crack
I ei s; all or which will be sold at the very lowest prices.
i Wheeling, Auj. 21, '52.?3m ?1. i
COl'l'KK. XirV, ^ SUGliT IKON \UttK '
Manufactory.
THANKEUL for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed ut>on him, the subscriber would respcctful
ly inform his friends and the public senentlly that l?e
^continues to manufacture the above named articles in
all their variety, of which he has always on hand, agood as-1
sortment for wholesale and relail at very lowpricest
He also keeps on hand, cooking stoves of the raostap
proved patterns for coal aud wood.
Job work will contiuue to receive his particular attention
nu be executed with promptness and in a style that wii:
tease the moat fastidious.
au?24 P.. VA RNKV.no.8, Main St.
CRESCENT lit UN WORKS.
G-xll, Hardman &. Stephens,
Manufacturers of Boiler, Shrri, iV Railway Iron.
WHKKLlXfl, VA.
HAVE their Works now in full operation, aniLare pie
pared to-farnish to the trade, articles or their manu
faclure equal In qtolity and finish toauy in the market!
Warehouseon Hiddle between Main andWatei stieets,
Centre Wheeling. ?? lep^Slf
TREMONT HOUSE,
-/ WATKR STREKT,
WUKIiLINO, VA.,
JAMES TURTON, Proprietor.
fsOCCKSrfOK TO W*. r. Cf.ARRK.3
EjfPresh Oysters and meals at alt houis. served on the
most reasonable terms. ?lc3?)
Premium Blinds.
<; E O It G E KOICKIIT.H,
MAIM STRKKT, .
KEEPS const-tntlv on liaud and manufactures to order
VJ-MTIAN WINDOW HLINUS,
of wide and narrow slats, with plain and Taney trim
ming*,'of every color and shade, wholesiile and retail ,un
ienns to suit the times.
Old blinds repainted an?t trimmed equal to new.
Jobbing promptly attended to. nvtl
John K. Botsl'ord,
Grocery and Provision Slorc,
WATEIt ST., so 31,
Je? Wheeling, Va.
Hats and Caps.
WK Have fhfs day teccivedoue of me finest anil most
ooautilui as-sortiiient- of Hals and Cnps, that wo have
ever had or was ever brought to this city; the most lash
ionah e that could he made lit the eastern markets.
It complies>11 part the following kinds:
Gents No. I Silk moleaklu Hats, light and elastic, made
by tlic bsst hatters Kast, and in strict accordance with
ourordeis, Geuts fine while and black beaver, otter,
seal.A-c.: Know Nothing and Wide Awake HaU, white
and biack; soft fur and wool hats of eveiy color, quality
and price.
Also?Caps or every description aud of the most re
cent st)l.-s, such as the Nevada, lvii"W Nothing, Pyra
iiftie, Pyiamid, Canadian, Kusoau. English, U'-shing
ton. aud Conso'idation caps, at.d ail otl>er kinds In abun
dance, which will be sold tower iiian good* ot these
kinds were ever otfeied betoie to litis community.
t'hildiens Hats aud Caps nr %il kinds just received
from the most fashionable hoaxes in New York.
Carpet bags, Furs and Chafes always on hand.
All persons are most respectfully invited to call and ex
amine our magnificent stock of goods, before purchasing
elsewhere,. as we Icel confident that we can please th?
most fastidious.
Nothing will he wanting on our part tosuitand accom
modate our numerous patrons. i
A Word to Country McrcbnnlM.
? If you wishau) thing iu the way ot UuU aud Caps just
give us a call, as we \yill guarantee that we will sell you
goods as low as they can be got an> where this side ot
Philadelphia) and on the most favorable terms
t?*7 , S. 1). H\RPRR A SON.
RISMUVAL.
FRANZflKIM& LUTZ have removed their Wholesale
Liquor store frojn the Sprigg House lluildings, to No.
210, Market Square, next to Wm. Hall's Auction Rooqi,
whe'r they Will, us heretofore, al wavs keep on ban da stock
or the best Wines aud Liquors, at the lowest prices.
up* d3m. PHANZHEIM A LUTZ
REMOVAL.
LOGAN, CARR & C*., have removed their stock ot
wludescle Tobacco, Snuff, and Segars from No. 81
Mali street to the uew block of brick buildings east side
of Main ati eet, nearly opposite the Merchants iV Farmers
Bank. jan?8
. AT WHOLESALE Oct KETA1L.
JUST received,?a large lot of superior libra turned
Grlndstoues.
Also?all sizes very best Marietta sharp grit, for either
wet.or dry grinding, which will be hung lr desired on pa.
tent friction rollers, at short notice and at low rales, at
dcgO ROHAN'S marble-yard, ffi Market st
fPHh highest market puce givau for Hides aud Sheep
JL skins, by /
inr7 BKRGER <k HOFFMAN.
TUHAGCO!TObAGCO!!
IN STORK aud for sale low?
100 boxes No. 1 51b. lump;
100 ; * 8 lb aud 10 lb lumn;
100 - * .medium 5 lb, 8 lb and 10 lb.
apS LOGAN, CARR * Co.
Gordon, Matthews & Co
FORWARDIK & AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wheeling, Vo.
RESP.K(iTFULLY-inform their fiiends and shippers
generally* that they have i educed their charge for for
wiii ding per Baltfmore and O*io Railroad; and aieuow
charging Tor commission and dravage on
merchniidriie. Went......... 60c. per I on
Produce, JKaitt, 40c. do
Weh'opeour attention to the inteiest of shippers will
secure a continuance, of the favor heretofore extended to
us. Shippers will be particular to .iave their goods mark*
ed to our care, and advise or sliipmeutper mail,.
a|?30 jv; GORDON. MATTHEWS ?fc Co.
I. N. KELLER,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Produce, Grain and Feed.
Qoixcr mierr, bktwkkx kaim aka xirkkt,
.> : Wheeling, Va,' "
OOTCASH paid for *.eru"i Oats, MUl Feed,:Flaxseed,
Beans. .Huticr,* Kgis. Ac. ai?l3
PttANK C'AKTKR. WM. R.jOUKTT
CARTER & JOUET.T,
"FOKVVAUOIIVC A1VD ,'C KiVEUAt
S#X Commission Merchants,
XO-9S, XaVTSIOK THIRD ST., ,rr. Mil* AXB TBI CIVBt',
J , Louisville.Ky.
UmSm*
ATANUFACTUKKKol ?lt*7ie
jyjLgfc K. Axie*; lijfct
- oi-KklfrttadaSJ Suspension Bri
orilitr. - . . ^
?st*k4v
<? ?
an J Fancy Iron,
ft??gs, Boiler IClv
iron woi k made to r
ACll
i tuition.
3 p. in. Discount
: ?- : - 1 '?
to. Inters*! p*U
^;pAlTO?i A. 5.
, Aua.il Pica
B1
* WH-eeIiffig*Savifi _
OFVIVK,KO.'lj?i
Offite dpeii rrom 9'o-elock; k. a?
?tajT-jrtwradar.JO o'clock, ?.nui
ua-iloiier rcceircil uu tmnta
? ^S*hw .iSSftvirar Kd?r
Jouwos;Ux?icL.i?ruui?9l>i:J?
"*?? -
'WM; McCOY. Tn
tuga'i
bi^rimiMSRLL;
^mamzr
Frfncy' and Stti. ,
lortier of Market 'ind'U'ftibif ifli
??> - Wrt?s.?WK*ia**ia.?
??g8<- jr.Rfr
MawttH') %t> . ?
R.OjMillcH
KAKINGKN.JK.
; O
?r
/?Goods,
nvee doors from
Moon.'
WMUWtt
STEAM MARBLE WORKS,
BGMAKK.ET ST., WHEELING, VA.
THE SU1ISCB1HKK having made extensive arrange
ments in the East Tor the supply or Marble,ami con
templating the erection or Steam works, he would invite
the attention or Architects, Builders, and thp public in gen.
eral to tha inspection' of his stock,'consisting or Italian,
Egytian, Sienna, American and other Marbles or the finest,
qualities, which can be sold lower than.any other establish
ment In tbe west.
Dealers would find it to their advantage toiuspecthis
stock before purchasing elsewhere. ;v
His work is done in the most elaborate style, and he
would invite the attention or purchasers to examine his
stockorStatuary and other carved work, Monumeuts, Cen
otaphs, Tombs, Bead and root stone?, Ac., and Grave yard
work in every variety ; being enabled by his superior lacil
itles to supply this work at considerable lower prices than
any other establishment i n the country; -
Please give me a call and exam! ne my work.
MICHAEL J. KOHAN,
Marble Mason and Vault Builder.
ttyAlso Calcined Plaster, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster
Casts and Models, and Marietta Grind stbnes, warraidcd
at the lowest trade prices. : ? 1 y. d.
NEW SAVINGS' BANK STORE.
AT THE OLD POST OFFICE OPI-OSITE THE M'LURE
HOUSE.
TO the cltizensor Wheeling and vicinity: Peeling very
thanklul tor the liberal pat ronaxe received from you,
I deem it proper cror your interests as well as my own,)
to call your attention to my constantly replenished stock
or-Kooti, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Umbrelias'aud Carpet Sacks
at the corner ol Market and Monroe streets, reeling con
fident there is no greater variety in this .market} while in
quality are not surpassed in Western Viiginia, anil in
price undersold by no one. 1 therefore .earect fully in
vite you all to cal> et d examine my slook, ami in the Ian
guageoC 41 willlabor?aliasl become tlie sou or ne
cessity, the nurselingor hope, and the pupil or art', to ac
commodate ond fit yon. -
To the ladies, particularly,,would 1 say," I have a large
quantity ol French Lace, Straw, a).d braid Bounets,
which I will sell at cost as the season is advancing I
have also a quantity or silk and crape bouneis, which I
will sell very low. H: H WATSON.
To country:merchants we would say that we will dupli
cate any bills bought in ihe eastei n cities, for cash j?S9
3,000 Cases
McCtALI.ENS Ac KNOX have moved their whole*a'e
Boot and Shoe ware rooms to the new 4 story brick
building 113 Main street. ?.
They lie ye new In store and are receiving daily;
300 CASES meus boots;
160 ?? ?? brogans;
1G0 " boys boots; , .
60 11 44 brogans;
60 44 youths boots;
26 4 4 44 bioganS;i
women's lace, boots;
44 .'en by Mud Shoes;
44 slippers;
misses lace boots;
44 Jenny Li nd'a;
?? slippers.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage heretofore ex
cxtended to the House, they solicita continuance or the
saxie.
Merchants on ther way east are earnestly Invited to call *
and examine tlielr stock.
. mrllV , .^MnPHLLKNS ^KNOy. ?
REMOVAL.
J?fe D. BAYHA have removed to their new and spa
? ciovs brick buildings, 13* Marl el Street, where they
manufacture and keep on hand,
TIN AND SHEET IRON WAKE,
A nd keep for aa'e Japan Ware and Houehold Furnishing
Hardware. so the latest styles of Cooking Stoves all o*
Whicii tney willsell V\ holexaleand Kctailat the Ihe |t*v*-eyi
market nrtccs. Their old customers and thepunlicge, er
ally are invited to call and examine their stock. Kwry
description orarticlesin their. lite* p oiuptly made to or
e- ffrht?Ttv -
GREAT BARGAINS!
SECOND FALL STUCK
nrrived at
Isaac Prager's Bargain Store,
150 v
100
76
60
5-1
GO
HAVING returned from the East with my Srcoiw' ? all
Stock, 1 shall be able to offer to the pi'b'.c goods
thai will in cbca|>uesssurj<assai.ytliiugeve~ *een.
I invite. theietore.all those that wi?n to puichase to
call on me, ;.?1 am determit*ed to OiTer greater induce
ments than ever, in onler.to:suitain my name for selling
the chr.iiIk'st goods in town.
Received?anothei lot of those
Cheap Kid Gloves at ...
t!o Paramettasat ? ? 23c
Bonnet Ktbboi's at He
do .... I2jc
with piany other bargaius too tedious to mention.
Call early wid don't mistake the nluee.
ISAAC I'RAGKR, J16 Mainst.
nvtO betireeif Mortroeand Union st.
W. & J. Stewart,
?.\NUrACTUBKr3 OF am. kimjs of
STOVKS, <:ItATO. PKVIifill UCOSVg,
Cawtiu^M for Thrashing Machine**,
Ac.,Ac,
NORTH EAST COU. MARKET VQUaRK, (ttRIlKlX CORNER.)
IVHUJaiKB, VA.
STEWARTS <5" CALDWELL,
3IANDKACTURKIES OK
COPPER, TIN. AND SHEET IRON WARE,
upper end or xarickt square.
ap3 v Wheel|n?. Vn.
COLLINS & HALL,
.Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
No. Ihtt Illarket Square, went vide.
W H EELING, VA
KKRP constantly on bamt all kinds of Feed, such as
Oats, Corn, Kran, Short*. Xhiy Stuffs etc.. Flour.
Coin Meal, Jf utter, Eggs, Poultry, Provisions,and Dried
\T ? ?f a" 'ogethet with a complete assortment
of 1'amily Groceries.
DO-CashpaM for corn,oats. Flaxseed, Dried Fruits,
Sheep Skin*. hi?le?. butt??r, eggs and poultry. ?> 1S
Wholesale Paper Warehouse.
MAIN, NEAK QUINCY'ST.
LAM3DIN, GILBEHSON & Co,
[SCCrES*-?*S TO A. O. ROBINSON dr CO, AND BAKSETT A CO 1
iVTANU FACT IT KK and keep coustautly ou hands, the
1YJ_ following Papers, vix;
ST It AW WRAPPING,
RUa WRAPPING,
MANILLA, TEA AND
a/- ?}?*<}. ?*?*' ?? >1
CANDLE PAPER.
DRUGOIST. COTTON FACTORY AND HARDWARE PAPER,
Honnet,-Hinders'and .Pullets' Hoards.
To which they invite the attention of purchasers.?epl3
C.P.BROWN,
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWEL
RY AND FANCY GOODS
No. 4, Washington Hall,
, _ iTIoiarocai. Wheeling, Va.
CLOCKS all J \Vatch??care(iiHy repaired.,- JnIS
GEORGE E. WXCKHAM,
? AUCTIONEER
ANJ> .
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 180 Market Square.
? WUfHvr. - Vw.
W TALLAHT. ; H. TALLAKT.
l. *. piurtiix.
TALLANT &. DELAPLAUT,
FOKWABfilNG .
AMU ?... !
Commission Merchants,
tlo.cQ Alain Itrcct *rd No 12Monroe */.
nv8 WHKKLiyi-.
REMOVALS;
John II. Thompson, has removed his Rook Store
to U7Maiu.street?above .M onrue?rouui lately occu.
pied, by W T. Pel by.
*. JUC. Patterson his,removed his stock of Drugs
Patent Medicines, 4\ c &c.i to 117 Main st. ap9
, ? 4 ' 'P.iiblic ^o.ti'oe. ;
HAVING discontinued the Grocery businesshereto-;
Tote kept by mc, on Market street, in the city or
Wjieetingy all pei so unindebted to me are. hereby required .
to make.payment before, th^ 1st-(Ur Of April, otherwise
the same will be putin process orcollectiou by suit, with
out respect to pci sons. J s * ; vt9*+*f?,*
ANDKBV MULDRKW.
March 13th,185o mbU
T> AKTIGO LA K attention is' catted to a . riewstyre ol
JE?* lever watch, every yart of which i* manufactured in
America, which are cased i n every variety pF style, gold
and silver. J These watches are jeweled and all warranted
BROW*; ;'S
myl ' Wasblligfon Hall. Monroe
WE have on consign me
HIS"
5 faiVi
?tv:bqseli]stg.
No. 1 /'Super Phosphate of Lime.'
? . li ti'i .? ? ? ?
vuRsua "?dano.
v: ^r"r-!?rrv -
rpHIS valuable .fertilize r las bee
JL in England and bther parts of
. 'iBTCrnljttini
? , Jo^Bu^e; ?vd next togut
ano hold* the higbeftnnk In popularity and the extent to
'which it is used among Farmers.. Its introduction in this
country bytbe subsciiber has been more recent, but the
process it* has made in l he' estimation of the public has
not been less marked or success!ul thati abroad, alter a lull
trial of three years .investigation of Us merits. In which
time there has been very n>?uy scrupulous .experiments
made by the most scieutlficagricultuVfat* and various
i 'tubs, t omntftieer, Ac , side by side Peruvian Guano, as
tolti relat've value compared with the latter, and in most
instances a.preferc?cc, given tp thei&Switt Phosphate oi
Lime." Such reports as returned will sborUv be placed
before tjjo pqblic, .which/will convcy mote Information
than the subscriber telsdisposed to offer,1'as the nianu
jfceturer, at tbe present moment.
1 is chemical composition is or that nature to at once af
ford food and nourishment ttigfowth of all dncrtoiiviis,
us basis belngbnisbed or ground ihe efficacy of
whichas a manure is already well known andappreciated,
wi.ich are decomposed bv the^additiou of" ouefiflh their
of the most efficient asents In the best Peru vlato GuSno.?
.1 tls easy handled, being in a ^rfectpowder? it will be
jgmm - ? - - "mi,
i re .
M
Jgga,... ______ ^ ^ _____
; scriber or to hls'agents, whose i ames &\,c a* follows; ?
Messsrs. McGruder &Sons, Richmond, Va.
do . , Rowletr, HaVAdy 6i Co, Pet^i sburg, Ya.
do Borum & McClean, Norfolk,-" Va. -
do C, M- Stewart, Ksq., Baltimore, Bid.
C?B. DK, BURGai .
Agricultural Chemist, ,
?ep25 ' WflliamshurghVLonglslwnd, N. V.
New Watch, and Jewelry Store:
Room, No:4, WaihingUni Ifall,'Monroe St.,
WHEELING, VA
THB subscriber would ca I ihe attention or the public to
'his-well selected stocko" wat'clies,clocks;jewelry,
silverware, and fancy goods, which he is now opening.?
His stock is composed.iupa.rtor gold aud silver watches,
keys, guards snd chains.
Kvery description of gold ie welryj
Gold, stiver, silver plated aud common spectacles;
, Pure sllve* table, tea, dessert, sugar, mustard and salt
spoons, and butter knives;
Plated aud German silver forks, spoons, butter knives,
etc;etc.- ?
Port monliaes, pocket cutle ry, scissors;
Vaar nnk razors, strops, shaving cream, etc.;
Perfumery, combs, brushes and a great varety or fancy
goods; '
Particular attention paid to repairing watches, clocks,
and jewel; y, and engraving handsomely done.
A share of pationage is respectfully solicited.
apd-dtf C.P.BROWN.
CUUAKtil CltiAHSU
/ 4000 Gilt cigars;
6000 Prlncados cigars;
2000 Apollo do
2000. El Dorado do
3000 Washington jlonument cigars;
4000 Pa net las do
11000 Havana do
.6000. i?ela Cruz Principe do
.8000 Kegalia do
20 boxes 6 lb. lump Tobacco;
32 do i lb. do do
Just received aud for sale by
oct3| WM. LAUCHL1S.
iWUIA LBS.wool-Twine;.
1UUU 1000 lbs broom *
? ? 100 doz. bed cords and plough lines;
25 reels hemp aud Manilla bed cord;
10 ? cotton ciothes lines;
60 doz , , * trout l:nes;
20 coils Hatter Kope:
WO pair Yawl and Skiff Oars;
60 Boat Poles.
CVTarpaulins, dray covers, and awnings, on hand and
made to order at the Cordage Store, corner of Water and
Unioii streets.
mrlO CHAR. Tf. BRRRY.
Tobacco and. Cigars!
WM LA UCHLIX, No 162 Maiu street, no's among his
large assortment the following articles -
1000 Coiisucllocigara;
lOf*) I>a Eloisa *
1000 Priusado ? '
1000 HI Salvvdu ?
1000 Kl Dorado *
2000 LaProtecciou cigars;
VMJ0 Pruudea '
1000 Flores llabbana *
6 Boxes I win brothers tobacco;
6 V Virginia ?
4>-apP . ? - ...
Removal.
McCLALLENS & KNOX have removed their Whole
sale Stock of Boot* and Shoe*, to the new four Story
brick building,
No. n:t, ITffalit Street,
A few buiidir.gs North ol the Merchants* ?Sr Mechanics*
bank, on tbe op|?osile side or the street, and 2 doors South
of Wui. T. Selby's dry good store.
Tliaukful for the patronage heretofore exteuded to the
House, they are confident that with theii increased facili
ties lordoiuz business, they can offer to merchants still
greater inducements for buying thau heretofore.
dc2S MuCLALI.wXS jfe KNOX
1m otice
THE undersigned, having bought out the entire stock ol
(?oods belonging to .Messrs. Wheeler ?$- Lakin, Mer
chant Tailors, would beg leave to inform the citizens ol
Wheeling and vicinity that he intends carryiug on the
MeicbantTailoriug business in the same room lormerly
occupied by Messrs. Wheeler .& Lakiu, and having ob
tained the services of hoth of the former propric **i s, he
is prepared to make up to order every article in h>a line,
iu the latest style and best manner, at very short tntice,
and very low for ca>li. Having a large stock ou hand now
he is determined to sell very low, to reduce hissto'-k and
make room for the Spring Goods. Now is a rare chance
lo get good clotlii ng cheap. He will warrant every article
to he as lecomtncnded, or uotale..
Come ouc, come all.
Ami < ive us a call,
? At No. 2, Washington Hall.
iattl2 J. H. ST.ALLMAN.
GAP6.
T> EC El V ED this day, the beat assortment of Gents,
lb youth's, and children's cloth caps, ever brought to
tins city, having been selected with great cure as regards
Style and quality. They comprise iu part as follows:?
Gents cloth opera, black and white; gents hair cloth do;
black, drab aud green riding, huntiug aud Apollo caps. ?
Also, the Egyptian Pyrennial ciickct cap, a new article;
together with every other description of havor cap extant
inrM ' f S. fl. HARPKK SON
Daguerreotypes.
MKSSRS; HKAMKK A T UK TON", having taken the
Kootus formerly occupied by Mr L. Tarbell as a l)a
guerreau GaLery ^corner of Main alia Diddle streets, Cen
ti e Wheeling, beg leave to solicit a share of patronage
front his friends and the public at targe.
; They make it a' irule not to tet any pictures go out but
wiftt are satisfactoi j, aud wtll executed.
Gold and Silver plating exeeuted neatly
IES"Ordera left here for sign paiuttug will be attended to
by 'J. Tiirton & Hr other. . mr21-3nt
tilGHLy IMPORTANT.
NELSON'S Premium Cbiuese,Lustral Washing Fluid,
the greatest 1 mprbvemeut yet discovered, for saviut
lahor end ex|*ense i u washing Clothing and House Clean
ing. Linens and Cottons washed by this Fluid will he
whiter aud softer ?b?n than it bleached ou the grass.?
Wakraot kp nut to injure the fabric. Fvery lady may
sstisfyherself onthatpoint.by soaking a pie< e or Cotton
or Linen in the Fluid, fall strength, for 24 hours which
will clearly show thai it must bo putely harmless, when
diluteJ with 2 gallons of water to ha!f a pint of fluid.
The Chinese washing Fluid is worth three times the
single sixpence which will "buy enough for a large family
washing, which can be done in o or 3 hours.
Manufactured and sold by the subscriber, who has(at*
ly put chased the right for Oblorounyt, Va.
JAS. MELLOR,
'Atm* No.26, UnionSt.. Wbeeliwe, Va.
? bauuFIUkS;
< InHantaiie.us Liquid Hair Dye,
TO those wishing a hair dye'that may bfc depended up
on,,we Rnche^rfully iecomnieud the above. The best
oicity reference canbe.givenas to Itssuperiorijyover
everything of the kind now In use. ' For' sale,'wholesale
and retail, by T. H. LOGaN & Co.,
rearm ^ SHie?E?nt?1t*tfif?6tty:
PIANO FORTES AND MELODEONS.
JUST OPENED, 7 fine Kosewood Piano Fortes, from
.Chickering dc Son's manufactory; and Stodart & Co.,
New Y ork, including one line Roosewood Piano, Cf octave
all of which are offered at factory prices*
Also-^-a large package of fashionable music, at 26. Union
street. \ :
Now is the time fr you want a bargain. ?
j - J.~MFLLr>R.
FALL-FASHIONS FOR HATS.
THE subscriber is prepared to' tarnish his patrons and
the public with superior Hats of the latest Fall styles.?
i All those who Ihink'enOtigh of their heads toil dulge .hem
in the use ol an elegant aud easy fitting Hak-will-.please
drop in and let us take a coast survey of their craniums,
with our ConforTnature, as iu all such cases we guarantee
to furnish splendid Hats, that will fit to a T, wtthoot any
extTa charge.
Find the .light place. No. 85, sign of. the;bi?.. Red Hat,
second do r south'o 1 the North Wt^stcriVlIalik, Main ?L,
Wlieeiing, Va.
_aug2? W. W, JAMISON.
LITHOGRAPHY # ENGRAVING.
Middleton, Wallace & Co.
' NO. 115 WALHUT STREE7
CINCINNATI.
; MAPS, BONDS,'tJERYlFI GATES, VlEVfi,
"? PORTRAITS. CARDS, *b. '' '
ENGRAVED AND PRINTED IN THE BEST STYLE
A*D ON SHORT NOTICE.-.
cyorders respectfully solicited. V ...
N. B. loOSteel Places on ba'h'd for Magazines, l'o^its,
&c., impressions rr/>m which we will supply on
> ..i reasonableterms. sepld
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
A FULL supplyof Gents Furnishing Goods, for Spring
an Summer.vredr by tf&iiiMa&X,
?.'ipWfTj.... .? No 2 Washington Hall. ?
~ KEEP YOURSELF WARM 1
Just - received by Express!!
? AKOTIIER irtt or Biw merino g? rtt%pd Df?w
. . .... ^Htj^KK^QAPS.* " J
l?lwrf
HM
JAMES B. MARSH,"
JJE*
BOOT: JUMJJ. ZUIJMJh?> J vm&,
> tit 9. 33 Monroe street, Wheel I*g,.Y?.
V_L- i WT IHW^vTO ?**??, trtr, akoco. ? ,^C i
T AM now receiving at my new stoie rtnm on >1 onyo
X. street-a- large and elegant assortment rof bootsr ?nd
shoes, which 1 nad selected wilh?reat<are ajulbadmau.
FOR MEN.
230 pairs'men's best *Fr | w booUi;
- 0 do > ?. calf puuin sole I
300 do heavy calf } W '
200. do ?' ^ *
283j * do. ; ? t- 41J w' -'*{? ??-?-*? .
r ;l?0 do thick . . ?
i6o ' So ? lrSirQl&?dT???aTObft*iieii:
60 -? 'Uo do- ' : tfew'd; ?
- * 66 do do do #*( .
jfioa t-do v.v ^do friWi
3WL .. M I
do Webster tieai j&i;
- fio
do-<-.-M*?7?^;iio*i#rd^ do f'J
CONGRESS ' HOOIES ; -xi'tup. :i :
GO do bc?tl)I?okclotli.lopi
80 do hutlisWn Congicsa Oilternj
IKS do Frcitr do Olpvr tnp|
100 do , . . do . do OtUpraj
120 do Enameled do do
MEN'S. UHQGaNS-;
C00 do calf brogaus, ueavyi
600 - do ? idp : do
?260 do thick do
i
. 25 'do . Enameled brofans;
2W, do Gi do s
BOY'S AND YOUTH'S BOOTSANDBROGANS
120 |iai ra cair boots;
? 360 do Wp do
3C0 do calf brogans)
360 do Goat do
336 do Enameled brogans
200 du thick do
260 do Wp . do
FOR THE LADIES.
600 pairs Ladies' P.r-nio L boots}
250 . do. Eiiameled H It L llootai
800 do Kip lace do
800 do Gt Polka do
609 do Gt Lace do
300 do . Enameled do
300 do kid and Fr mo walkingshoe*}
3o0 do ' do du buskiux;
200 do kidJenuy hiudw
2*5 do do do Spring H |
200 do do do K K;
250 do Kid Slippers;
BO do white kid slippers)
250 do blk Lasting Gaiters;
150 do . do allcolorsi .
.100 do bair do
100 do Kmh'd carpet Slipper?
100 do Talma.
JMISSES.
250 pairs misses Pr mo L boots;
200 do Gtpolka do
? 2.'o? do Gtlac.* do'
200 do . Gaiter*, all colors;
150 do Kid Slippers;
.100 do Fr mo do
150 do FrmoLboot, sewed;
100 do bronzed and tipped L boot.
CHILDREN'S.
300 pair* children s Fancy L boots;
100 do Alloni Tics;
600 do Kid and Fr mo L boots;
3"KI du Gt L boots;
150 do mo L boots;
J6*1 do Gaiters, all colors;
70 do patent leather ankle Ties;
15 do do Slippers*
? 100 do Infant's Fancy 1. boots
Albu a great variety not here enumerated, which 1 will
sell at wholesale or retail on the most teasohable terms.
Merchants lioma distance will find it to their advantage
to call and examine my lock belore they make their
Sprirgand Summer purchase ,.
ap!7 . . . . . J. H. MARSH.
ARTIFICIAL. TE?THT!!
Drs. Duncan and Cameron,
UUINTIMTH,
No. lf G WEST SlXTII HTRKKT, BK1WKKR RaCX AND KLM,
Cincinnati.
THIS office, under tne iiiaiiagemei.t of its preaept pro
pi ie^ors, bos bee uiucrea*in**in reputation for su|?eri
or n|>eraUuna it. tbe Artificial Department or Iienlislry .
torthela?t ten years, autl no expense or effort shall be
wanting to give satisfaction to all who may Ia\orit with
their patronage.
'l'h subscribers would call attention to the following
essential points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, viz: Heau
y and naturalness or appeaiance, quality and strength o
ttbe materials, comfort to tiie wearer, and usetulness in
restoring tiie natural appearance o the speech, and abili
ty to masthate; in all or which they are warrorted in
sayiugthey are exceeded by noue, and equalled by but
few.
TEETH
Insetted from one to a full set, with Artificial Gums.?
Full and hair s^ts invariably inserted'by suction.
AII operations hi Dentistry performed In the most hor.
ough manner.
TERMS:
Considering the supeilor cliaiacter of the work, and
the guarantee giveu, they are the most reasonable iu tbe
West.
TWO TKKTH OR MORG ON COLD PLATE,
S3 per JL'ooik.
TWO TfcJTlI OR WORK ON SILVER PLATE,
d'iperTooth
The money refunded fr the Teeth do hot prove satis
factory.
u_r" For tbe Information of those living at a distance*
we would state that our facilities are such, that we can
make in the finest style, a full set or TEKT1I. in from 24
to -IS hours, and small pieces in pro|*ortiou, so thai uo de
tent ion need be apptehended.
\V. C. DUNCAN.
J. G. CAMERON.
No. Id's West Sixth st. between Kaceaiid Elm*'
dctl??ly Cincinnati.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to Wheeler & Lakin.bybook
account or otherwise, ate herebynotified that pay
meiit must be made to me forthwith, they having assigned
the same to me lor the beuefU or their creditors.
iatH2 J. H. FKNDLKTON. Trustee
DISSOLUTION. ~
riHIE partnership heretofore existing under the firm of
X Gordon, Clarke & Co., has this day been dissolved by
mutual couscnL L. S. G0KDO3,
CLAitKE T|iAW?
Match 1st) 1834. J. It. ANJKR.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE subscribers iiave this day entered into partnership
X for the purpose of tratisaoiiug a Commission and For
warding business, under the style or Gordon, Matthews
& Co., and solicits continuance or the business ot the late
firm. JL. S. GORDON,
JNO. A!..MATTHEWS,
JNO. L. AGNEW. .
March 1st, 1854. nir4 ?
Fall Fashion for Hats.
THE i ubsenber is now prepared to furnish hi* Burner- ?
ous patrons *and all tbe rest of mankind,' with splen
did luits nl the' '? * - ' 1 '
LAI EST AND MOST-APPROVED S1YLES, 1
which Tor endurance, beauty or lorm and finish, cannot be
surpassed, aud wb?n shaped to the bead by ourconforms- *
tive, fit with perfect ease. '
ALSO, lecci vine a large assortment or men's, youth*aud
children's Hon Hats, comprising ..black; napped, plain,
Noil Intervention, Ingraham, Young America,etc., togeih*
children's ;
II lnlci'VfcllUUII, UlgiaiMUII, * UUIIg nUKIIIMI,CU.,, LUgCIU*
-vitha fine assortment or men's, youths! and children's
Caps, all 6t which are offered at lowest prices, wholesale
and relaii. *
sepll WvJlMESON.
' *1 Copartnership.
TH E undersigned have ,tbls day formed a co-partner
ship undertlie name andstyle ot S C. Haker 4- Co., atid
?illcontinuethe Steamboatagency and Doat Store busi
ness at the old stand, No. 23 Walerstreet.
, S,C. BAKER,
' ???3I ? ? ? , 1QHN 1,1 KT
500,000
AUlarrtl SUxcm and Ueadfng*icajiUd.
I will pay twelve dollars-pet: thousand (or good white
oak Staves, 34 inches long,2 inches wide clear of sap,
aud li inches on the he^rt? one t|?ird to be headlugs 20
icl?cs lanz, ft inches wide clear of sap.-finches on the
heart delivered at the wbarror.rail road depot at this clfw.
? GEO. W. SMITH, - ;
Jt?20 Whzelinpjirfinery.
~ NOTICE. r
A 1.1* persons knowing themselves indebted to Mc
Ciallens At Kr.ox are earnestly requested to call and selt?e
by cash or note on or before the 1st ot January.
Persons having claims against the firm will please pre
ent them Tor-liquidation.
dclS McCLALLENS & KNOX.
New and Desirable Goods.
.Come on While you Have, a Chance!
BONNET .RIBBONS.;, !
TUST received, and a pew lot of bpnnet ribbons, of
fj handsome styles andscarce colors, at V
rayl7 " W^D.AIOTTB+^KO.'S.
. J
?CHILDREN'S HATS.
4 CHOICE validly of children'* Fancy IlaU,?Ju?t
il opened at , .
myl7 V?. D.MOTTK & HR0.-R
LAWNS. ' '
inn PIECES Portsmouthaiid PacIficpriniftLawns^ i
x\JyJ fast colors, to sell at 12J cents. ?
ALSO s?a choice assortment of Fienph and Scotch
Lawns in new designs, ree'd.to day at ,* u , . .- ..
n>y!7 ' W. D ^OTTj; H IIRO'S
' SUMMER "DRESS GOODS.
A NEW lot of betmse*,~11sst?si Twitlrd Silk* and
olherthiii DreM Goods, Tee'-d *t h
?nyW , . ,W. p, MOTTB. & BKQ.'R
B0NNK1' KlBBpNSIv;
it lotvOf'?lbNew^jle'PaUboiL_
ined by . v ^HK1?,KRIiI| A c?; j
TOM LI N & SOW,?-#iu.
Grocers 'and-Commission Mtrauijifs.
QTB1CT attention l*p?ltf tollie InapectionW aale ot
a^Oatbadv*umriia0<!UT>OBPOpjlgn|u?it?, *?}, ,.?
: ***
reillllj Sj?itcer Jc.V0A Ul?b?r1 G^U"**.
liali each Tor six inuutbs*tharp
bills. 3 .V.FoT*.
-WiTiiiS=HFa:
tCWKVBRy deacripffonot ?Hi n and Vaai
imUieFrenchmi UUuUlir, styles, made to on
:|,,vprtb7i?ts?y^1Pt7^cfar. |fi
? GITTING &GOR
?....: : **?
C o m-m i s s 1 o
{??,
novi8:lyd "H 7.%!
CPCmdoii, Minum ?i Co.;
Coiwlpniwnll. , .......
akukl o. mathkws., .in. ruTnmts loi.UojtuFrtR
Hpga&d&a&slU
? BALTIMORE. sr- hm :n*n it
KWCONSJQKUENtS S0LIC1TKD. Will pay pnrtlcu
hf attemioirto.tbe punskaae of ?ua??andiollter#irr
' "**? KBFERBNC 8 ' ' "' f V '
Israel Crimtb, Kea., "* '????' -.' M?v?ii
ObrlsUsn Keener, Ks *, i
IIr. David Keener.
K. I.. Parker Si Co.,
Hartliolonr. Tifliny & Co.,
Long & ilyrn,
Hurst & Berry. j ri...
Jisvid Johuson, Esq., Jeffereonco.. V*.. ??,
<!leanyifc t o., Cincinnati. 0,
Matingly & Gilpin, Parkersburg, Va.
Hon.,P. K. Zolllckoirei', Nr.tliville, Tenn.
1). McOonauglty, Bat). Atf y al Law,
Jyt-dlyr
:ry, V*'
i, Oetl;
iy?b?tfrr*
it**>u%t
;Xa IVcHlrrn aid MDNthem Sfcrdi^iilti'
? FOX (in .1 ?'
Sexton, Seal & Swearingen. >
IMP0KTKR8 AND UOBHKKSXJFii . i M
FANCY'' DRY GOOD6H
Wo. Itf5 Markci Ht.i nbero 4th wtrcet,*
rwwBU'WA. ,
iiosiory of all kinda and qualities. ?
Gloves, Undershirts, Dress-Shirtyand Collar* ,1^-.
Woollen yarn8 or different shades and colors.
A fine assortment of Shell Combs.
Co r .d{K do Buffalo and ljnitaUonOoinbs.
Brushes of all descriptions. ;
Dress and Tailors Trimmings of ail kinds.^ >
Burnouts, si* cord col'd Spool Cotton.
Perfumery or?llklnd?. ' ' ' ? '?*>
. As well as* great mauy styles of gQod&orourowivlmror
tation, which Ave caniiot here mention, and wltichirewcl 1
worthy the attention onbyers. "We reel we can raaka It to
theirinlere8tto give usatrial, * . .sept8
Pendleton & JBrotJief,^ ,,
COMMISSION MERCHANT#,
IT* OH the sale of Leaf Tobacco, Flour, and Produce gen*
. - erslly. ???; ? ?
liO Smith** Wharf*, and Depot, 306 Pratt ft*,,*.
V-- Mixta
'Baltimore ?.
REPKK TO?
Hugh Jenkins * Co.
P AV. Brune a Hons,
Long & Byrn, and ?
' The cashiers or any or the
Baltimore banks. J
D. Lamb, Esq, f!ash. NW B'k ..
? "rady, ~ ? Hi &M Bantf { wLSin.
Tallant& Delaplain, ? fc wneojing
T.a |> lln 1-av I
T?llaril & Dolftplun,
Ju. ll. lUker. J
Ju.ilcCully, Pittsburgh; . . .
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tfcKia? r?:v??? ?-..m
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