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INTELLIGENCER
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE.
Trk undersigned take this occasion to remind thei r friend?
end the public generally, that in connection with the office
of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly
IMted up for . he execution of all kind* of
PI.A IN AiYDOBXAIIEXTAV, PRINTING.
Their materials being mostly uew, and embracing the la
teat styles of Job ?ype, and tneir Urge and well selected
a'-ock of pa|>er, cards, inks, Ac., being purchased at the
owest Cash price*, and the Job Office being a distinct ?le
luriiuent, caieftilly and efficiently managed, they canguaran
tee to their customers entire satistactiou, as regards the
iV?*ntne?e, Accuracy and Proinpturas,
with which their work wilt be doue.
They are prepared to execute
Cab ob, PaonRtsiKcS)
CllrPUBI, PoSTBBS,
Labklm, Com b*t Rills,
Hill Hnw, H*ll Tn rrw,
Hills L*di*o, Steamboat Kills,
Hi** Chuxw, Ai-rnon Hills,
Ordbr Hooks, lla-v Ti?
XftTug FaBinnT Hooks,
1'bkim Kailboad HLaKKS,
KrcBirrs Hotel Kitnirrxas,
Protests, Summons,
Brum, Election Tickets,
And eveiy other description of letter press Printing. Also
all lands of work in
COLOR* ANDBKO!V/.E8.
ITAU orders from a distance promptly attended to.
UHATTY A CO.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
No. 1, Sprigg House Emporium!! |
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS!
NewSpringond Hnuinter Uoodii!
ITAfftfpleasure in being able to say to my old custom
ers and the fashionable community, that 1 have inst
returned from New York, and have be?n able to procure
the most Fashionable floods for the season that the great
Emporium, New York, can Import from France and the
old countries! and having dispensed with the sale of com
mon clothing, gives me more room and time to attend to
the wants of my customers In the fashionable way. My
new stock Dow consists or
BLACK* MM.OWN, QUEEN, BLUE, OLIVE AND
DALIIIA Ct.OTHS.
Also, silk and wool cashmeretts. all shades and colors;
bombazine; drapiter sum me r cloths, linen and grasscloths,
Ac., for making frock, dress, sack and business coats.?
French, " Kngtfsli. and American cauimeies; also, ducks,
linen drillings,dec., for making pants. An to Vesting*, 1
haveth*most beautital selection ever looked at in any ci
ty, all of which I am now prepared to make up in the most
fashionable and best style, as I havesecuied M r Kossell's
services as cutter for the comin? season, I feel certain in
saying that 1 can furnish better cloths tnan any house west
ol the Allegheny mountains.
In connection with the above I have a beautiful assort
ment o*.Furnishing Goods, alt fine, seasonable, and tash
lonable, conslstfngof cloth, cassimere, cashmerett, bom
bexiue, grass linen, diabita and plain linen, frork, dress
and business coats, vests and pants, made Trom the most
fashionableapd seasonable Goods, in great variety; also,
linqn^Qfiicotton Shirts, silk, lii'en, lambs wool and cot
tun Undershirts and Drawers; cravats, stocks, collars,
gloves and suspenders.
fiosiery in great variety; also, every other article suit
able for completing a gentleman's wardrobe.
A If the above ndmed articles, together with many other j
articles that can be found at my store, No 1, Sprigg House.
Please call in and take a look, and much oblige yours,
xirtl ?. KICK.
NOTICE?* EXTRA.
1 have a small stock of common clothing that I will dis
pose or at cost, or even less, to make room for my Spring {
Stock of fine goods: 1
mrSl S RICK
New Savings' Bank Store.
NEW FAiHINONKD LETTERS AT T1IE OLD POSTOPPICE!
T AM now receiving and opening an unusually large and
JL general assortment or Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Bonnets,
Umbrellas and Carpet Sacks, at the comer of Market and
Monroe streets, Wheeling, Va., in the room formerly oc
cupied as the Post Offico and opposite the McLure House,
a very Urgeand entirely new stock which was purchased
for cash, Iroui the manufacturers ot the North, urdcr ttie
most favorable circumstances, and offer them to the citi
zens of Wheeling and vicinity at reduced prices, whole
sale and retail, and respectfully solicit a share or patron
age.
1 deem it useless to say much in praise of my stock. If
1 mistake not, the people of Wheeling are not so easily
humbugged by advertising purrs; suffice!t to say 1 have any
variety of men's, youths'and boy's llootsand Shoes, mir
ror, silk, moleskin, wool, I-eghorn, brush and >t raw hats,
and lor ladies every variety ol silk, luwu, straw ar.d braid
bonuets. of the most recent fashions ami styles. Also?
KiiOC3. Slippers and Gaiters, both for ladies, misses and
children, of the most fashionable style, make audquality
?rail and see lor yourselves.
Having puichased a large stock or the above named ar
ticles, 1 would lespcctlully invite country merchants to 1
call and see me, or send nic their orders. I will duplicate
any bills purchased in the eastern cities for cash. 1
- ? ?? t T
apS
B. H. WATSON.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
Simeon I>. IVoodrow having, on the llthdayol
-4piil, tdo4, by proper deed conveyed in trust to the
undersigned for the benefit ol his said Wood row's credit
ors, all jf his real aud personal property aud choscs in ac
tion; all persons in any wise indebted to said Woodrow
aie required to make immediate payment tome, and all
petsons having claims against said ft'oodrow are rcquiied
in order to teceive any benefil uuder siad trust, within
four months to file their claims with the proper release ac
cording to the terms of said deed, with the undersigned. I
upl3 GEO. \V. SIGHTS, Assignee. '<
Saddlers Hardware.
AND COACH TRIM3II.NO.
JUST opened, a large assortment ol Saddler's Hardware
and Coach Turn n ling-. Coach aid Lei tt-.er Varnish,
Buggy Bows, Hubhs, Spokes, Fellows, Carriage and Tire
Bolt*, Malleable Irons, Patent and Enamelled leather,
mid ever ythi ng used by the trade, to which 1 invite the at
tention or the public. JOHN K.NOTE,
_ ma!3 Old Stand, 163 Main at.
Notice.
WD. MOTTB has associated with him as a partner,
? his brother J. \V. MOTTK. the partnership com
mencing ou the 11th inst. The style ot the Aim will he
W\ 1>. MOTTEA BKOTHEK. [.reblo
Second Notice.
ALL persons indebted to W. D. Mottk are requested to
call and settle their accounts immediately.
lebir. W. II. MOTTK.
Bound to Shave!
DP. JAQUK8 LKCOULTKK'S relehrattil warranted
Harors. They shave with the greatest ease, aud are
the best ever brought to this market. Just receved at
C. P- BROWN'S
19 New'Jewelry Store, Washington
Throw Physic to the DogM?l*ul?eriuocher's
HYDRO ELECTRIC VOLTAIC CHAINS.
Producing instant relief from the most acute pain and per
manently curing all Neuralgic diseases, Kheuma
lism, paintul and Swelled Joints, Neuralgia
of the Face, Deafuess, blindness, St.
Vitus' lance, Palpitations or the
Heart, Periodical Headaches,
Pains in the Stomach, In
digestion, dvspepsia
uterine rains,
Paralysis,
etc.
These chain* were flrat introduced in the rlty or New
York lot than one year since, and alter being subjected
to thorough trials in every hospital in the eity, and appli
ed by Drs. Valentine Mott, Post, Carnochau, Van Huren
ai d others, it was discovered that they possess strange
and wowIerfW power in the lelief and cure of the above
class of* diseases, and their sale, and the succass that has
attended their use is unparalleled.
Previous to their Introduction Into thiscountiy, they
were used In every hospital in Europe, and are secured by
patents in Prance, Germany, Austria, Prussia and Eng
land; and also In the United State*.
??THINK .CLOSE AND PONDER WELL"
The principles upon which it is claimed that the chains
produce their marvellous cures are, first?that all tuttou*
d iicaje* are attended and produced by a deficient supply 01
noyvous fluid, and an agent that resembles closely electric,
ity'df electro .magnetism} and second?that the electro
magueticcbains, by being worn over and upon the part
and org&ri diseased, tarnish to the exhausted nervous sys
tem, by Iti poWerfbl stimulating effects, the nervous fluid
whick IV required to produce a healthy action through the
entire stsfent." 'No disgusting nostrum is allowed to beta.
Ken while using the chains, but a rigid observance ol the
general laws pf health are required Rii.sk friction upon
the part diseasedadds much to theeffect ot the chains, by
iucrcasinetheirnmgueHcrpower.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
will Be' given to any person ho will produce so many
well authenticated certificates of cure, Loth from intelli
5cnt patients and scientific physicians, as have been er
ected by the use or Pulvermacher's Electric Chains.?
They never tail (o perform what they are advertised to do
and nopeisou has ever been dissatisfied who has given
them a tilal
IN FEMALE DISEASES.
More than one hui.dted permanent cures or Prolapsus*
Uteri have been effected within. he 1 .at year by the use of
these chains. By applying one end of the chain over the
Teglon ol the abdomen, and the other upon the spine, just
above the hip, the usual severe svmptoms iucideut to that
disease are at once removed.
MODE OP USE.
The chain should be moistened before use with common
vinegar, and then one end of the chain should be applied
direetty to the seat ol the pain or disease, and the other
end opposite to it.
RK SOT DECEIVED! The Electric Chains are not
to enre all diseases} but for Nervous Diseases it is claim*
ed that NO Medicinal Agent in the wotld has produced so
many emeu in the lost yearasthe Klcctric chain.
INSTANT RELIEF fruit the most acute pain, is pro
duced at the moment ol application much more effectually
ti?au can be produced by <M>iuni, in any of its foi nis.
Call and obtain a pamphlet Cgra"s)
ONE WORD MORE.
These chains are the same which have lately been sent
over to the hmperor of the French, to be tried by his own
physlriaua In cases or cholera, etc. and which have proved
au eminently successful. J. STEIN ERT, sole Agent
corner Prinre stieet and Rroadway.
tcyjAMRS RAKER, and Brentlinger ?fc Armstrong,
"Wheeling agents. dc 17-1 yr
Dr. Todd's Pills
CAN behadfreshandgennineatthe following places In
the city of Wheeling and vicinity, via*.?At the Drug
stores of James Baker: Kells & Caldwell; Rrentlinger d
Coj Dr T H Logan d i oj Pred'k Yahrling, Wm .VcKee d
CO: (Ritchletown); P A Brentlinger (Centre Wheeling)} at
he Ahoe store of Todd A Devol, market square, and af
the Drugstore of the proprietor, corner or Quiiicy and
Fifth streets.
They can also be had at P Dunn's, Grave Creek} A Re
dilllon's and Jacob Gooding's, National Road; Rcnj. L
C.aven, west Alexandria; Wilson .Vlriuger's, west Wheel
ing and Ely Loo man's, Bridgeport, Ohio.
There pills need ho further recommendation than a :ali
trial} they have now been in constant use for more than
twenty years, and if you willl only give them a chance they
will apeak for themselves?try them. 26c per box; per
dox; f?0 per gross. tan6
NKW K00KS'i
Thirr'a Consulate ar.d Kuipiie,?0 vols.
"ffcadley'J. Second War with England," 2 vol*,
"flcadley's Raciod Mountains"
"ftaldwln A Thomas* Gazetteer of the T!. S.*?
??Shaw's Civil Archllecture}"
"Minnie Harmon}"
??KatbayairSlave," by Mrs. Jmfsoni
??Goethe's Faust," dec. dc.
Just received by
aptfl WILDE d BROTHER.
Pipes*.?200 bundle* stone and clay Pipes, ror sale low
by
J.rft LOGAN. HAKK1.M Co
'MEDICAL.
Prof. Woods'
Hair Re* I o rat ire is now for ihe first tiroeintro
duced to the citizens of Wheeling, at No 13U3fark?t
?treet, which is the only sure remedy ever invented that
will effectually restore the grey hairs and whiskers to the
original color of yjuth, without dyein ; cover lb: bald
head in a short time with the natural covering, remove
daudruff. und prevents the hair tiuni falling off, and is free
from the filthv sediment so objectionable in divers prepa
rations of different names now befoie the public; the Kk
rrosATivr is a beautiful article Tor the toilet. Tor the old
or youi g. and can only be appreciated hy its use; and all
aie respectfully invited to callatth* l>epot and examine
the testimonials of ladies and gentlemen of high reputa
tion in the South and West, where it was invented, but
will refer to the certificate below of the distinguished
statesman and Seuator, Judge Itieese, of Illinois:
Carlyli, 111 . June'27. !bo3.
I have used Prof. O. S. "Woods'4Hair Restorative,* and
have zdmired the wonderful effect. M y hair was becom
ing, as 1 thought, prematurely grey, but by the use or his
'Kestoiativa' it has resumed its oiiginal color, and 1 have
no doubt permanently so.
SIDXEV BRF.E9E,
Ex Senator of the United .Stales.
Prol'fMor Wood** Oriental ttanntire
l.iuimeut.
This Liniment isa valuable auxiliary in the treatment of
some of the most formidable diseases with which it is our
lot to contend; for instance, inflammation of the lungs and
botret?. Hy a thorough ami continued application of this
Liniment over the region of the affectrd oigan, these olh
erwise formidable diseases are at once disai med of more
than hall their terrois, particularly among children, and
thousands of mothers, were they allowed to speak, would
with all the eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their
uniled testimony to the fact that it bad suatched'theircbil
dten from the very jaw* of death, and restored them to
their foi iner health and beauty. Again, it will be found a
powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally known
as an Ague Cake, or an enlargement of tue spleen, inalt
cases where an external application Is of service this liu
ment will be found use'ul.
Ucnernl Depot 69o 11 road way, New York; and 114
arket st.St Louis
Porsale wholesale and retail in Wheelingby
ie7d3m J. B. VOW ELL, Monroe-St.
AFFLICTED READ!!
T>hllndrlpbia ITIrdirnI IIouhc?Established 20
JL years ago by Dr. Klinkelin, comer Third and Union
sis. between Spruce and P.ne, Philadelphia, Pa.
INVALIDS
Are apprised that Dr. K INK KLIN confines his practice
to a paiticular branch of medicine, which engages his j
undivided atteuiion. fie cautions the unfortunate
against the abuse of mercu.y; thousands are annually
mercurialized ou' of lite. Kecent affections are promptly
extinguished.
TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the treatment of a class of diseases hitherto ueglected
and impeifectly understood, has enabled DK. RINKE
LIN, (Author of a tcotk on Self Preservation,') lo ptove
that nine tenths ol the causes ol nervous debility, local
and constitutional weakness, mental and physical suffer
ing, are (rateable to certain habits, lormiug the most *e.
cietyet deadly and latal springs of domestic misery and
premature mortality.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
There is an evil habit sometimes indulged in by boys, in
solitude, often growi. g up with them to manhood, and
which, il not reformed iu due time, uot only begets seii
ouh obstacles to matrimonial happiness, but gives rise to
a series of protiactcd, iusi ious, and devastating affec
tions. Few ol those who give way lo this pernicious
practiceare awaieof the consequenccs, until they find the
nervous systems shatteied, feei strange aud unaccounta
ble feelings, and vague fear.- in the mind.
The uufortuu&te thus afflicted becomes feeble, Is una
ble to labor with accustomed "igor, or to apply his mi d
tostudy; his step is tardyand weak, he is dull, it reso
lute, and euga .es iu his spurt with lesseneigy than usual.
It he emancipates himself before the practice has done
its woist end enter matrimony, his marriage is uufruit
lul,aud his sense tells him that this is caused by his early
f.dlies. These are considerations uhicfi should awaken the
atteruion of those similarly situated.
MARRIAGE.
Kequi es the fulhlment of several conditions, in order
that il may be really the cause of mutual happiness.?
Could the veil which now coveis the origin ol domestic
wietchedneKs be raisad, and its ti ue souice in every in.
stai ce disclosed?iu how many could it be traced to phys
ical disqualifications and their attendant disappointment!
Apply then, while yel in lime, iu order fo have your uu
strui.gaud telaxed organization rebiaced, revivified aud
slieugtheued.
REMEMBER.
He who places himseir under Dr. Kinkeliu's treatment
may religiously confab: iu his liouoi as a gentleman, aud
rely upon the atsuiauce, tnat the secrets of Dr. K.'s pa
tieuts will never be disclosed
Young man?let no lalse modesty deter you from ntak
ing your case known to one who, from education aud re
spectability, can certainly befriend jou.
Too many think they will conceal the secret in their
own hearts, and cure themselxesl alas! how often is this
a fatal delusion, aud how many a promising young man,
who might have been an ornament to society, has laded
liom the earth.
Ktr'ulutes o: the urethra are rapidly removed by the
application of a theiape'Uical agent, used only by lir. K.
Wcaktie** and constitutional debility promptly c.ired, and
full vizor restored.
COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Can have (by stating their case explicitly, together with
all their symptoms, per letter enclosing a remittance,} Di
K's medicine, appiopriated acco? diugiy.
Foi warded loan/ patl of Ihe United .Slates, aud pack
ed seeni e from damage or curiosity.
" READ! !
YOUTH AND MANHOOD.
-?! Vigorous Life or a Vrematntt Death, Or. Kinkrlin on
Se f-Pt eternal ion.?Only -o cents.
t is a work eminently icquired, as a means of rclorm
lug the vices of the ag? iu which we live. Also
NATURE'S GL'lUE,
With nitrH for the prolongation of life, just from the press.
A letter with a i omittance of '23 cents, or the \aluc*u
post stamps, addressed to?|)i*. KINKELIN. Philadel
phia, Pa , will secure a copy ??r eithei of the above books
by retui n of mail, or 12 copies will he sent free ol post
ase lor ?1. L'ookselelrs, canvasso s, traveling agents,
Ac., supplied wholesale at the publishers prices, which
admit o; a large profit.
0C5~.\ll ielteis must be post-paid. iel9
S t u: Mm: K.
JAS. Al.
I . 11 Ol* K A HOW,
Attorneys at law & land Agents,
Marshall C. II., Vii., Mnuntlsrillr, O ,
~\\T practice In Ohio, Maishatl. &i.?l Wetzel counties
T T Particular attention will '?e given to collections au?l
Laud husiiiess. Ail kinds or land constant!) lor sale
apvl -1 y.KVtw
PHILADELPHIA
Curtain Warehouse,
171 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, opposite the State House.
11 KIN* It V W. HA WO 111>,
l.M PORTER AM> DEALER IN CURTAINS, CURTAIN MA
TERIALS, and Furniture Coverings,
WHICH he offers al the lowest market prices,
WHOLESALE ASD HETAIL.
The stockcompiisiug, in part, the tollowing:
Embroidered bee Curtains; I Clilt Cmviices;
l>o .Vuslin No I do Pins;
Drapery Laces 4* Muslins; | do Hands,
Frcncli Hrocatells, all widths I Canopy Arches and Kings;
and colors; | Cords, Tassels, (limps,
Satin de Laines* I Fringes, Curtain Drops,
Damasks; I dec.
A lar?.,cstock of F/IE.XCH I'Ll'SHES, of all colors and
qualities on hand.
I'AI XT ED m.\/)OlVSH.\DESt and HOLLANDS ol all
colors for shading.
N. B. Pet sons' ordering Curtaius, will give the measure
of the heighth and width o' he entire trauie of window.
marlT-lvdA-w
NO. TWO
WASHINGTON HALL,
THE undersigned takes pleasure in informing his friends
and thecit.zens ol Wheeling und vicinity, that he has
just received his Fall ai-d winter supply of
Gloths, Gassimeres and Vestings.
Not thinking it necessary to enumerate my stock, I sim
ply say it conMstc of the very latest, i.ewest and most
fashionable style ol Clothe, Cassinieies and Vestings,
plain and fancy, together with a lull assortment of t*ents
Furnishing Goods
Gentlemen wishing anything in my line will do well to
give me a rail, as 1 am determined to sell as low as any
other cstablishmaut can do, and my work, for style and
quality, shall he gut up second to uoi.e. Haviug the ser
vices ot two competent cutlers, 1 feel satisfied in assur.
lug any one who may favor me with a call to give entire
satisfaction. All goods warranted to be as represented
or no sales.
Coats, Vests or Pant* got up to order at the shortest
cotiee, J. II. STALLM AN, Merchant Tailor,
oclO No. 2, Washington Hall.
Centre Wheeling Drug Store.
New Stock.
JAM now receiving my winter stock of Drugs. Medi*
cincs. Dye siurts, etc., direct from the Eastern cities,
being perfectly new and Iresli. to which 1 invite the atten
tion uf myfneuds and the public geuerally. My sock
consists in j.art ol the following:
6 dozen Hamilton's Tincture;
6 do Cod Liver OilCwarianled perfectly pure);
1?0 pounds cream Tarlar;
1 ca?e Arrow Hoot (liermuda),
1 sack Oat .Meal;
1 do Pearl barley;
5 h.?\es docket's Faiiiu}
2 do Juiuhc Pj*te;
3 rai?s Kng. mustard;
1 g oss Thompson's Eyewater;
1 do McLane's Veruiiluge;
2 barrels hpsom Salts.
dec? JOHN H. TAPPAN
Cummings' Works.
CUMMINGS ou the Apocalypse, 1st, 2d3d series;
** on the Seven Chuicltrs;
?4 Family Praye 1^2 vols;
44 Sfctutof the Times;
44 Minor Works, ls?t, 2d ana 3d series;
" The Chuich before the Fiood;
44 Tlie Tent and Altar;
*4 The Daily Lile;
44 The Hlcssed 1.1 fc;
?4 Voices of the D*y;
44 Voices or the Ni?ht;
41 Voices of the Dead;
44 Notes on Genesis. E.vodus, Leviticus,
Daniel, Parables, Miracles, St. Matthew,
St. Mark and St. Luke;?lee'd by
lunelfl WILUK <<- BKO.
Cnjice iteadmg.
tnr Pnperti, by Henry Ward Keecher;
S
School ol Lile, by Anna Mary Howitt;
ISancroft's Literary and Historical Miscellanies;
DeQu rcy's Opium Eater;
Kobe* t Graham, a sequel to <4Lindo;"
^ Life ofSam Houston;
Men of Character, by Douglass Jerrotd;
Tale* for the Marines
Heait Ease: Castle Huildeis;
History of the Hen Fever;*
Ida May; received by*
jeta WILDE &RHO.
WANTED.
10t> second hand Flour barrels
iuh30t GEO. Wli SON, market sq.
TO FOUNDERERS.
JUST lereived and for sale:
Giouud Charcoal;
Ground Soap Stone;
To%Aksivk: Giouud Hitumiuous Coal;
Also, White Sand,
at the agency ware rooms cor. Main and Quiucy sis.
mhC K. H. HIIHBELL.
EXTRA AND SUPERFINEPLtUR.
Two hundred hbls favoiite brands, In store and
ale by mh?9 M HElLLYfi
FAMILY FLOUR.
WE have a prime article of Family Flour for tale.
ap'JS DOANK A. C.OWG1LL.
MEDICINAL.
The Nonpareil Nerve and Bone
LINIMENT,
PREPARED BY H. H. CARR 4 CO., FROM
A PRESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY DR.
WATSON CARR, OF WHEELING,
LATE OF MORGANTOWN.
It it based upon the broad principle that any remedy ithich
trill relieve an eriernal pain, trill, if properly com
pounded, be equally surcc*?/uJ in removing inter
nal ajfectioiu; a poorer xrhich i-t brauifully
developed in aivl peculiar to the
AOKP.WEJL LI SIX EXT.
ARB YOU SUFFERING
FROM Rheumatism, Sore Throat, Croup, Difficult
Breathing. Tooth-Ache. Tic Doloreux. Pain in the
Breast or Side, St tain or ^pasm, Head-Ache, lnflamma
tion, Stiff JoinU, Cuts, Bruises,Poison Sores, Fever Sores,
Pain or ciamps in the Stomacn, t holera Morbus, Cholera
Infantum, Cholic, Lame Back.Chilblains, bites ot Poison
ous Insects or Rabid Hogs, Ague cake, Ague in the Breast
or Face, burns, bruises, chafing, chapped hands, corns,
Contractions or the Muscles or cords, cuts of any kind,
Muscuar weakness. Paralysis, Piles, Kar Ache, Ulcers,
Salt Rheum. Scurvy, Sore tipples. Sore Lips, Venereal
Soies, Scat let Fcv^r, or any sindlar dLtase, you may test
as*uied that in this article you have
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY,
which not only removes pain almost instantaneously, but
penetrates to the seat of aud eutiielv
ERADICATES THE DISEASE.
Some will laugh at the idea of any composition curing
such a number ol diseases; but it yo . but reflect that these
diseases, though numeious in name, all arise horn similat
cau-*-es, the proposition will ?e*.m less extravagant; but
weie it ten times nioreso the facts wl ich *tare us in the
rac? would jorce the candid to acknowledge its merits; for
all who have used it thcm^lves, or wituessed its magic "
cflects on others, unite in declaring It just what its name
(Nonpaieiljindicates, thebeit Linimentknoicn.
TO THOSE WHO THINK.
Have you never noticed the strik ngs milarity between
many external and internal diseases Iwtving entirely differ
ent names.' Aud has it never occurred to you that a rem
edy might bo prepared which should be equally applicable
to both/ This remedy is now offered you in the > owrA
rk l Liximknt, which does not insult your understanding
by claiming to have beeu found in some Aurwi Jig
of Mexico or mighty caret of the earth; but is simply the
OtrsFRixo or ScikkckI being mild and simple in its action
and yet tevealiiig in its effects a power almost incredible,
?reaching the most hidden sinews of innn or ben?t,
and yet being innoxious to the weakest infant. It is also
by far the cheapen! Liniment in the market. being put up in
boll lex /trice as large as the majority, aud one-fourth laiger
than the largei-t, besides being more than Tour tirnr* an
ktroiiy; we therefoteoffer it to you with pride and con
fidence. as an a i tide exactly suited to the wants or rich or
poor, high or low.
: he unprecedentedsiz?! in which the Nonpareil Liniment
is put up; and the v?*t evneusc irthe naterial* ited in it,
makes it impo?.(!b'* for us <o\?*y for the printing ot the
hundieds 01 certificates "u.^ht y?Vish, nor do we deem
it necessary, as the article wis tn'l\is used will certify
for itself.
We would however refer those aftPc?.w ones who have
so often been gulled by forged certificates and big assertions
to the following names, being but a few of the many per
sons whose character for candor and veracity needs no
panegyric from us, and who having fully tested its virtues
iu the different diseases lor which it is recommended, are
prepaied to speak of its merits as it deserves.
Sold in Wheeling by james Baker, Kelts @ Caldwell, T
I! Logan & Co, IV R McKee, Patterson @ Co., and by the
principal Druggists of Virginia, aud Pennsylvania.
August 17, '63
From the Fairmont ( Fa.) Republican.
An Ihvalcablk .Mkdm-ink.?It is but seldom we find
among the many iem.?dies offered to the public for the cure
ol disease, one we can consent to commend, or whose vir
tues we aie able to discover, and have always >eduously
avoided giving utteiance toauythiug that might lead any
one to suppose that we plar *dauy faith in their pieteu
sions. But with reference to a remedy uuuu actuied in
this place, aud which has become as familiar to the public
as household words, we speak from knowledge ol its in
trinsic excellencies, its adaptation to many of the ills of
li e} and the security with which it may be used. We
speak of the Noupireil Net veand Bone Liniment. prepar
ed by II. II. Carr ?fc Co., fiom a prescription furnished by
Ur Watson Carr, late ol Morgautowu, and mow of Wheel
ing, oue or the most eminent Physicians in Virginia. This
Liniment is based upon the broad principle that any reme
dy which will relicvr external pain, will il properly com
pounded, be equally eflicncious in temovii g internal affec
lions, a principle that lias hern successfully develoi ed ?
It is simply the offspring of Science, bring mild and sim
ple in its action, end yet revealing in its effects a power
more incredible, rear Inns the nu-st hidden sinew* of man
and beast?aud yet being innoxious loinc weakest infant.?
It is also by lai the cheapest Liniment in the market, being
put up In l otiles twice as large as the majority, ai d one
foui th larger than the largest, besides being more than four
times as stiong. We commend it to those in want of a
sale and certain remedy.
*.TI an
u?uu Kuow 'i'h??
Iu.yalu,able Book for 25 Cents
^ ^ tnnilij should hue a Coin/'*
)OfiO SOIl! ,esa thau three mouths \
Sfes'""-''
o, n... r,. isi I..,o3, e;\.r f, oirn!^.{,r.?,ocure,,i,,,3ct '"v.::
} *wnl'en in a faniiiiai* stylea voiding all medica
U? c.'cV n'^; .e\e,,f ''""S ""i wouia onenJVl?ear"
? ^ ?cult ol some twenty yea is successful
10 ll"cJe ur - ?
"lo which is added, leceipts Tor the cure of the ilmi,
uMiTri>?;'.n.li' tUe V"?Ptoii?a..,lcure
?Ji ' " ?f Ci*<''r>c> in Ptnn. Col
?1; IJrXTKR'K AIkoical Mandai ?? ?
1 he author 01 tills work, unlike the nviiiiiity or those who
auvei tli-e to cine the diseases of which it tfeats ikT.rLd
alrl.r.'l'I HT.l' "":l,cst colleges in the United Stales It
tollvtaZ'i' 1rec"",,"iei"1 >?"?" to 1 lie unfoi tunale,
!?,V? XM*ll?Mo1 .malpractice, as a successful and evne
neiiu-d piactitioner, iu whose honor and integrity thru
may hiace the greatest confidence. S * hC>
Jos. S. Lonosiiobe, M. D.
rw j rrwwj jf. n, pkiMel.
- g Ne,s.n.:e P'easuie to add my Jesliniony to tli?
.1 ? v 1,al abl,l,5' tlie author or the "Jledlc.il M.n
J" I- Auuierooscases of Disease ol the (lenitnl (I . ??
some of then; ur long landing have come I,,?' 1
reilect he'm' iW" '?'?"?3To
c..,,sideie.l be'youd medi^u'd'""f.ah^,rSmem'of ?u" 1
one in whose professional .-kill ai.a "
salcly culilide themselves. ? J ", J "li>
i>i-i - . . . .U.rnitn Woodward, M. II.
"hcUm*' b,e k I'uK"."; o'n ^he'elass or*discasca qT
iti 1 ir,! rca ls- A v"1;1' "G?? technical terms, t address
jett to placing h in t he h.inds ol his > on.-* Tlieautlmr
s;; :111 r'p
l^ttumpiioi. to impose,' he hasoffe.ed to
iniparlM hith^iin'a^uahle^v'orkf Tt would save years of
Karge"-^/". '.ISSU/,.' r"W y?U"' u,'ac'r u,cir
jers^ed'iCT vl,',,?,',0!'?1'""'1 "'?hio- in writing ol 'u?,
"ions' SvV'been'l"! a"J
sions, have been led into the habit ol self pollution wim
HpSliiss
so actively engaged in ? "">Sood .vork/ju are
^ss&mssisss
th^lSbe.-,?^"' ,ml Rouk A="""?' ?*???>
TttsT Planislied Tin Ware. ~ ~~
fiSliSSSS
lie^uLiTu 1 iTrtlc/e.^ We^^^nv^i'r'?j"'"1
novin
^ heeling. Va
Whweiiv^ Window Glass
i|E?SSl:i=Sr
The business jvi'I be carried on under the name of
Wlf.eUne.OcM. tFjT0C*?n, RBSSKLLa'cO
. _ JUST KECEIVED
1 selected Kigs;
2 '"^cs hajer Raisins :
- do Otauges;
2 do Lemons;
20 hairels (neeu Apples;
SoftMiell A|..ond?;
4 casks Itologna Sau<a?e;
mh-n d? l,ams?!,usar ct"ed; for sale br
J- k. t:oTsR?Kn.
Mammoth Hat fctore
i 1?u-i?vIiallF;is!lio" for 1054.
>. ;.Jse?Pa?i'ahe1" ?^'ks or
.5opri?? .rtyr;r,?,^ir;^,r woriana"ahi'''-*;'''1 ??'?'
ur^unr^Tf.;f:^ran.sj'pirvVnrc": w"^ r-n
ud,.irR?dT?na\"rii,i;ue?,!>i4'"^
which will be sold cl eapf umbrellas, all ol
X l!.-Hats n,ado to or'der on I he .bo) 1st notice.
tens ? ^"?'-,fiand MS .l/ainst.
Wheeling. Va^
rni.B ^ Three-Mile Ice
?...
menced delivering Icefu the c 'v jmi 1 ryJ'*Ve co.,,,
rurnish lo ail who want it,an c.\veilentaiiicle Their ii?
was cut three miles above the city in the creek aLd m
the west branch of the liver, and is clear ,\? i- 0
warranted free Trom ail impurities. ' beautiful ice,
>P't GEORGE SCHKLMUSE A Co
fountain of health.
No. 8S, Maix stf*kt,
W Hf,KbY/ ?*l?- ?"? for
H. CaKTX*.
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS.
Hoskins, Heiskell & Co.
UirORTUS A^D JOBBERS Of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
HAVE removed lotbeir new Iron Building.213Market
??. and 31Commerce st . PHILADELPHIA. spl?;ly
Anspach, Brother &. Co.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STOR-E,
Xo TG A'-orth Third Ml. corner of Cherry, Philadelphia
John Ansp&ch. Jr... John F. Jaeoby;.. -James 31. Heed;
William Anspach;.. Henry B Fairman. sep!7;d6m
Woltes, Ballard & Co.
IMPORTERS *>D JOBBERS 15
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
179 Market street, Philadelphia.
Cot. B. F. Kelly, formerly of Wiieeliug, is engaged
in this House.) sep-tj-dly
Odd FeUoM i.JInxonH. Kn Men, Soum of
TempernHc*.
And other Society Regalia,
Banners, Seals and Jewels, manufactured and sold
by Gibbs Smith, No. 73 Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md.
THKasortment usually on har J consists of
REGALIA,
Odd Felloux*?Grand and Subordinate Lodge and B: ?
* 4 camp me nt.
4 * Past Grand and other Officers, plain ano
* * embroidered.
, 4 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th Degree Parade Re
* * galias.
* 4 Pichly embroidered Encampment Parad
Regalias.
Masonic?Knights Templar, Royal A"**h, and Master.
4 Jewels, Robes, Banners. S> -ords, dL-c.
Sons oj Tempera nee?Nat ional, Grand and Subordina,
divisions?Ofliceis and Members.
Red Men?Sachems, Past Officers and richly embroide
Jd Degree Working and Parade Regalia.
JEWELS
Of the various Orders. o( Silver, Gilt or Plated Metals,
Deluding Knights Templar, (with Dirks.)
BANNERS.
Banners of every sire, style and cost, adapted to the va
ionsOiders and Societies, manufactured toorderjand De
igns for Banners, when requited, furnished free of ex
?ense, showing the styie of the same when finished. Alsi?
ROUES, SASHES, COSTUMES, CAPS. &c.
Comprising the largest asortmeut to be found in th? U. S.
LODGES, ENCAMPMENTS, DIVISIONS AND
TRIBES;
Wishing to fit up their Halls, or supply themselves with
<arade or Working Regalia, Banner*, &:c., can depend up
in having their orders satisfactorily filled, by calling on or
addressiug GIBBS <fc SMITH,
Kegalia and Banner M turers.lIJ Baltimore Street,
Haiti more. Aid.
a~ar" ('? T. FRY, Airrrv \Vheeling, Va. oct5-t
Gwyn ol Keicl,
Importers and Jobber* of Dry v ooda.
iYo. 7 Hanover Street?
BALTIMORE, Mo.
OPPil;. r-ale, on the most favorable terms, a
chotceai.d select stock or STalmc and Faict Dry Goons,
to which they lespectfully invite the attention of He trade
geneii-Hy. nu rgg-dtf
ALEX. l'JC.NS. KlCIt'U 11. MITCHELL.
PENN & MITCHELL,
TOBACCO AND
General Commission Merchants.
No. 67 South Gay Street;
Baltimore.
references:
Dan'lSprigg, cashier Merchants' Bank, Baltimore.
Miller, Mayhew 4-Co, uo
Love,Martin 4- Co. do
Thos. J. Carsox 4- Co. do
Pollard, Bird 4- Co. do
James R. Baker, Wheeling.
W. ir. Shriver, do
Forsyths* 4- Hopkins, do
Rhodes 4- Ogilbey, Bridgeport.
Hollovvav 4- IVarfield. do lanKityd
r. BELT. K. c. BOWIE.
BELT & BOWIE,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL
Produce Commission Merchants,
1 Ellicott Stbf.kt, It a i.timork.
REFKK UNCUS:
Hon Thomas G. Pratt, Ex-Gov. and U S Senator f Md
Hon John Glenn, Judge rircuil Court U S for Md.
Daniel Sprigg, Ksq., Casli'r Merchants //*k?Ball ignore
Aguilla tiiles, Ksq. * Franklin - do
Trueman Cross, Ksq.4 Com. 4- Far. B'k do
Duvall, Rogers A* (*o do
Fitzgerald 4- Magruder, do
L011* 4- Ryrn, uc
Webb, Rowland 4- Co.?Louisville.
Forsyihs 4- Hopkins?Wheeling.
James R. Baker, do (J 9
C. W. GOSSKLL. J. L. BI'CK GUSNKLL
L. W. GOSNELL & SON,
C O AIM J S S1 OX 'M E H CHA NTS,
Koi the f-ale of all kinds of
COUNTI5Y Pli?I?t?E,
71 Bowly's Wharf, (South St.),
BALTIMORE.
12 EFER EXC ES:
C. Brooks. Pres't Western Hank,
J. LI. Early, Esq. >Baltimore.
J/iller. A/aybew 4- Co, J
Wni. T. Selby,
John Goshorn 4- son. ^Wheeling.
Jacob Senseny. J
A.J. Wheeler, S
R. B. Howler, >Cmcinnatl.
Bruce, .Morgan 4* Co. J
Webb, Roland 4- Co. "j
W. C. Brooks, 4- co > Louisville.
J.S. J/ureliead, J
Jesse Hook. Waytiftsburg, l?a. [Jan2G
TABB, SHIPLEY & CO.
flour nnil (ienernl Product
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
51 Light Street, Baltimore.
R EF Ell ESC ES:
C C Jamison. Esq, Cashier Bank of Baltimore.
O Sprigg, Esq. Cashier Mei chants' Bank.
Triteuiaii Cross, Esq, Cashier Com. A: Farmers' Bank*
Ales is Greeuway?v Co, Ha; ike is, Baltimore.
** John Sullivan <fc Sou?, "
" S C Haker&Co, Wheeling.
Mr Jas K Kaker, "
Mr K B Sueatingen, "
t5"Cas|i ail vai:o?f? made on cnn?i?mrenfs. ilecC
JOSKPII oist, JUIIX At. WKl.LS,
OflVellsburg, Va. Of Wellxburs, Va.
GIST & WELLS.
Produce Commission Merchants,
No. 39 South Howard Strrkt,
BALTIMORE.
K5"Pai"1icular attention paitl to the sale of Flour ami
other Produce, 'with prompt letums.' Advances made or
consignments.
rkktrrncks:
Brooks, Tibballs 4- Fultcn, Baltimore.
Cole 4? Howard, do
Brooks, Son 4* Co. do
Slinglutf, Kn>ey4*Co. do
Brown 4- Kiikj atiick, Pittsburgh.
James Dalzell. ilo
Di. J. C. v anzpbell, Wheeling. CJar?5
Pendleton & Brother,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IN LEAF TOBAC? 0, COTIoN, AND PKODUCfc
GENERALLY,
Pendleton's IVharf, Xo.1'20 l.oirer End of Smith'* Dock
BALTIMORE.
! REFERENCES:
Hugh Jenkins Co. ")
F. W. Brune A Sons, > Baltimore.
Win. Wilson ?.V Sons, J
Edwin Wortliam?^ to.")
Arch'ld Thomas Son, > Richmond.
Hugh W. Fit. J
Rhodes iV Oglebay, Bridgeport, Ohio.
Tweed, Sibley & Wright, )
Joseph C. Butler & Co. > Cincinnati.
JohnCreigh, J
o!i?By. } Chai lesion* S. C.
Gordon Co., Louisville.
James M'Cully, ")
BiowuKirkpatrick, > Pittsburg.
Z. Chafee, J
D. Lamb, Esq, Ca^h. N. W. Bank,
S. Bradyi Esq, Cash. M.& M. Bank, >Wheeling.
Jas. R. Baker, J
Josiah ililry, Hamburg, S. C.
Henry A. Shrooder, Mobile, Ala.
A. I.. Gaines. New Orleans. ipOVfini
THE LONDON
Watch and Jewelry Store.
AV 10 LIGHT STREET,
(4 doors from Baltimore *t, opposite Fountain Hotel,}
Baltimore.
THE subscriber, alter twenty years* experience in the
cities ol Europe, would inforincit'.xensand strangers
.vhoareiu want ol a good watch, that, ror quality of work
nauship, his watches defy all competition; he having fir
rilities for obtaining Fink London Watchim, which few
11 thiscountry posses?, being rer*onally acquainted wl'-h
'he most eminent London manufacturers.
J. ALEXANDER,
^ _ Isiteof J M. French'* Royal Exchange, London.
D3"Fine Watches and Jewelry repaired propeily. All
Loudon Watches sold at this establishment, warranted
fee ol cost for four vrars. septo-lTd
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE,
'pHE undersigned have entered into partnership, for the
L purpose of carrying on the wholesale tobacco business,
nidcr tho firm of Logau, Carr & Co.
LLOVD I.OGAN,
JOS. G. KAKER,
WATTSON CARR,
mar30 II. II. CARR.
Agricultural Warehouse.
rHE undeisigned are now prepared lo fill orders for all
kindsof Agricultural Implements, have just icceived:
Straw aud Hay Cutters, assorted }
Virginia Com Shelleis, do
j '11 er inometer Churusi
Geddes* Harrows;
Ov Yokes,
Meat Cutters;
i Sausage Stuflers;
Store Trucks, etc. etc.
.trQ.UwIm Mr A FEE H ROTH ERR. Quincy st.
?)i M \ CHOICE plain hams 111 stoic, aud loi sale by
f* ' ?vlS M. RHILLY.
UfAt ks uoid Foil ^a very supeiioi ailiciej loi xaie by
iau3l JAMES BAKER
MACKEREL.
lus. Nos. 1 and 2, just received and for sale by
dcH M. KKII.LV
Cheap Table.
| % Come Ererjrbodj- nnil ?ee!
{ \\TE have arranged on a che p table, remnants of eve.
1 I T ry kind, old stylo Goods, and articles of wb;ch we
{have too large a stock, which we put pose to sell off at
! tome price?whatever tli*y will bring
{ Coijc soon, while you liavea chance for bargains.
?"g? W. 1). MOTTE BRO.
! TO PLASTERERS. *
-4.00 good Cattle's Hair, lor sale by
JOHN KNOTR,
?US? Old Stand, 153 Mninst.
X? OU will find by calling next door to Greer, Ottde Co
1. No. 3o Monroest?
24 paii s mens Enameled Oxford Ties;
24 do do hrogans;
? 1 case mens goat do
Jy" _? . JAMES B. MARSH.
ALSO, a lot of Philadefphla and Baltimore stylet or
Silk Hats, together with Gents fine Cloth Caps.chlL
dren's Fancy Heaver Hats with feathers; and every other
kind worn during the season.
. s 11. HARPRK.1 SON
159
MEDICINAL
Dr Hall's Celebrated, Pulmonic Elixir
FOR the permanent cure of coughs, colds, consumption,
bronchitis, asthma, ir.fluenza, croup, whoopingcough,
tnfiamalion of the branches and hoa i seness, caused by pub. .
ic > peaking; and all &fffccUous cf the organs of respira
ticn.
w*rrantcd thepleasaiitestand beat mcdicine for diseas
es o ?he lungs ever sold in A merica.
Inpresenting this medicine to the public t\e have the
satisfaction to kuow that we not only present them with
an iuvaluable antidote for the class or diseases it profes*
ses to cure, but one which is perfectly harmless iH its ef.
frets upen the constitution, aucunbe administered with
out any fear of mineral poison', for it contains none?.
The fact, that a large portion of the suffering, and death
throughout t e country, is caused by disease of the orga:*
ol re-?pi ration, consequent upon exposure and cold, hasin.
duced us to put it within the reach of every individual
who may need a re?.edy that has proven itself so invalu.
able.
This mcdicine is the result of a long experience, and
study or tlnwe diseases of (lie lungs which ar-s so frequent in
our changeable climate; and we claim it to be in advance
of all mediciuesever before discovered for those peculiar
compltints, an improvement up^nall, and consequently
uporiorto all others.
We shall make no extravagan* assertions of its efficacy
in curing di^ea^es. l^ke tlie venders of too many nostrums,
who deceive all who trust their* nor shall we hold out auy
inducements which cxpcrieuce docs not justify.
lfpatients will persevere in ths use or this medicine,
and use ii as directed, they will be cured iu every iiutauce
that it is not beyond the power or medicine. I here are
nun crous ;*?< sous now enjoying the ilessings <5f health and
rei.ewed life, as it were, who otnerwise wauld have long
sii.ee been in their grave, but Tor the timely and perse ve
ring use of this invaluable remedy. It is not pretended
that it is inedible in every stage or consumption, but we
know it to btj better adapted to the variou-* diseases oi the
respiratory organs than any other Mrdicine ever offered to
the public. All we ask is atrial, and in every instance, if
rsed rreely cccordingto the directions,'and if perfect satis
faction ii notgivn; the money will be returned.
Genuine signed K. HALL & CO. For sale by JAMES
HAKE!!, Druggist, Wheeling, Va. Also, by Druggists
generally throughout the countrv. ai?9-ly
GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
rim K T tlr l> entire Flu
DR HOUQHTON'S_ _L idt\Gc*tric Juice, pie
*? pared from Keunet, or the
Fourth Stomach of the Ox,
after the dilections of l?u
ron Liehig. thegieat Physi
ological Chemist, by J. S.
Hoi ojiton, M. D., Phila
delphia Pa.
This is Nati*rk's own
HkMkii- fur an unhealthy
stomach. No art or man
can equal 11>curative i-mvers. It contains no Alcoiioi.,
Hittkrs, Aciiw, or Nat'smug Ditros?. It is extremely
agieeable to the taste, and may he taken by the .nost
feeb.e patiet ts who cannot eat a water cracker without
acute distress. Ueware of Drcuoicd Imitations. Pepsiu
is kot a Duro.
Call on the agent, and get a descriptive circular, gratis,
giving a large amount or SctKKTirir Evimckcic, rroui Lie
big'a Animal Chemistry; Dr. Combe's Physiology of Di
gestion; Dr Pereira on Food airtl Diet: Dr John W. Dra
per, of i*ew York Univeisity; Pror. Dunglisou's Physiolo
gy; Pror. Silliman, ol Vale College; Dr. Carpenter's Phys
iology; etc., together with repotts ofci-KKJ from all parts
ofthe United States.
I. H.PATTEKSON. 33 Monroe street, WHEELING,
Wholesale and Retail .rfgent. niar2<"?-?liis>wly
SPRING DKESS UUulJS.
WE have just opened a spleodid assortment of Dress
Goods, or the numerous styles and qualities calcu
lated to please every one,
mr4 MrN \ IR ItHRVEV
;i ubi.s .No 1 Castor UiljUbt ice'dand lot a?ne uj
-6 jan3l JAMES ItAKEK
To the J_.adies!
"1X7" E have just received, at the sign or the big red boot,
f f the most beautirul and complete a*soit.. ent or la
dies, misses aud childi eu's Shoes ever pre>euted in this
market?
50 pair ladies Philadelphia Gaiters;
10*? do do Slippers;
300 do do Jeuuy Linda;
MISSKS' and CIIICDRKN'S WORK.
fOO pair misses boots and fhoesot every variety!
1000 * children's do do do do
OKNTLEMKN'8 work.
100 pair Gents tine hoots;
150 do tine Monroes;
200 do patent leather Oxford Ties;
J 50 do do Jersey do
100 do do Congress boots)
12.*> do buck'kii! Oxford Ties;
15 do do congress hoots;*
103 do col'dcloh do
250 do patent leather Weuster Ties.
Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call aud examine
at the eigu of the Big Red ltoot.
ap? MrCLAl.LKNS <fc KNOX.
Pl?S. men's patent leather Congie&s \Va.shingtouiaus
at nn?l OIK II A l.t. 19.1 Main si
1-2
JUST received?
?Jfl dozen of Baltimore Shaker b'ooms;
1000 bush, blue ami .Meicer Potatoes;
1 hhl. ot maple country cake Sugar;
4000 lbs ofcountry bacon liau.";
inno bushels ol Oats;
1000 do corn;
11*00 do dried apples^
1000 do dried peaches;
400ft lbs. o! side bacon;
?U0 do Jowls;
100 bbls. super extra Family Flour.
roy3 A RWGRLV.
IIATS AND CAPS;
JUST received, a larce lot of gents and youths fine silk
Hats, New Yoik, Philadelphia ar.d Halt inline styles.
S. II IIAKPVK A: SON
O.s. >ewiiPsiaud Thus, Ifluudeli'acclcbiuteti Hallway
Time keepers, in gold and silver huntin? cases; war
ranted Jit per tor m equal to any watches in the world.
ALO?Jos. Johnson and other tine watches always on
hand and lot sale at C. P. UKOWF'S,
del'* Monroe street
BONNETS.
VIJ K hav? this iby received a choice variety of lion
nets, conipi isms several very des.rable styles; viz:
Plain St law bonnets (aolt finish) extra finish, lor ladies
and misses.
Ileal Paris bonnets, a few exceediuglv beautiful.
Kutland, split SUaw, French Lace do.
With an immense variety oi ot tier styles, for ladies and
nd misses; also a full stock ot Bloomers and ? Flats, lor
misses.
apt I HEISKELL & Co.
RHUS. Spts. T rpeiitine, for sale low
Jer.-, 1 \M KS BAKKK
10_ ____
So. i'^ j Stn .viokk. [.>o. ijj.
sew stock | M. McNeal & Co's ^ 'new style
Oak Hall Triumphant!!
WEaie now receiving and opening the most desirable
stock ol Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks
and Valises, Parpetings, ?fcc., that has ever beenofTered
to the trade oT the city and viciirty, at tlie business siand
heietotoie known as W. W J: meson's; therefore we give
notice that we aie in leceipt ol and receiving the be^t se
Icc ed stock of Goods
Which we are bound to sell.
To one and all, so give us a call.
providing low prices will not give oFrnce. apl3
DhESS GOODS, cVc.
PLAIN and fig'd Harages, in b'ue, pink, lavender, tan,
asl.es of roses, green aud b'atk;
Kich F ench Organdies;
Plain Lawns, insaSmou, b'ue, pink and tan;
Fig'd Ijwiis, in gieat variety;
Fieuch Chintzes;
Plain aud cordrd Silks;
Plain .Vouslin I)e Laii.es: just received.
mylti HEIsKKLL & Co.
WJNDOW HLliNDS
PLAIN Green Oil Cloth, l<anescape, Transparent aud
Paper Window Blinds, in great variety.
For sale by WILDE & BROTHER,
niyl3 cor Main and T*nion stj$
i<KESil UYbTEiiS.
JUST received at ?1 per can, and warranted
ja?.31 T M PARKER
OI W 1/ 1 bottle* Japan bout and shoe Polish, lot sale
jOUVU by J. 1?. VOWELL,
my I'J 24 Union rt.
GKEAT HA KG A IN.
XW1LL sell my lease and fixtures of the best stai d as a
Confectionery aud Ice Cream Saloon in the city, ou
easouable terms
Enquire at this office or of
aplfl J. ROBINSON. Mark*' *t.
FUH KEN i.
ANEW twostory Brick Dwelling, pleasantly situated
ou the Island, and containing five rooms. Kent ?126
per annum. Possession given immediately.
Enquire at the Insurance Office of Messrs. Dor?eydc
Arthur. Uiy6
o
GOODS BY EXPRESS.
RGAS D Y MUf?LlNSj
French Jaconet;
Plain Bareges:
Nainsook Muslins;
Doit'd Swiss Muslins;
Colored and black Fiinses;
Corded and Flounced Skirts;
Second Mourning Bonnet Ribbons,
Fieuch Chintzes;
Plain French Lawns, in colors, etc: etc.
Received this day by
tnySfl H RISK ELL A Co.
SUGAR CUBED HAMS.
I)IIIPPS & CO?S. sugar cured Hams;
30 casks Evaus At Swift's sugar cured hams;
10 tieices do I dried beef;
Just received and will be sold iew bv the casK;
my?7 GORHON, M \TTHEWS <* Co.
DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY A MANTLE?
IF you do, you can find a first rate choiceat
W. 11. MOTTK A: BRO.'S
and save money by going there to buy one. my??
Tr\ (Win LBS. Suiokfd Shoulders:
I J,UUU 2.>,000 lbs do Ham-.
Just received and tor sale by
my27 COR HON, MATTHEWS A Co.
PARASO LS?BOX N ETS.
A LARGE variety ol Paiasols iu the most desirable
il colors.
Bonnets, misses' Hats and bonnets aud boys hats.
Just received by
my 16 HEIRKEI.I. &? Co.
Removal.
THE subscriber has removed his large and splendid
stock or Fashinnah'e Hats and Caps, to the Union Hall
building, No. S5, (tecently occupied by Johu Elliott,) two
doorssouthof the North Western Hauk
W. W. J!MESON
LOOK IIEKE.
MORE bonnets have arrived at the store of
niy22 W. 1). MOTTK & BRO.
Ijcalher Belting nnd Lnce l.t-ntlier. '
A FINE assortment just received at lowest rates from
a celebrated New York manufactory.
myl9 BALSETT&Co.
[Young America copy.]
10 l*K,S" Patent leather Congress Gaiters, sewed:
lw a superior article at
ft'VS Ol K HALL, 123 Main at.
Embroideries?
30 ps rich cambric Flonrciugs;
20 ? Swiss and cambric Edgings;
3o ? Varieties or lace, cambric and Swiss Collars)
12 doz. lace, cambric and Swiss Sleeves;
8 ? very rich robes embroidered, in cambric and
book muslins;
15 ? Sleeves and linen cambric Hdk'fs.
Just leceived by
I!FIFE ELI. A V
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS
CURTAINS, ~~
CURTAIN MATERIAL,
Furnilnre l/'ovcrinsi. Arc.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W. 11. CAllItVI.'S
CURTAIN STORE,
(t So? 169 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Corner Fifth street,
opprri*e the State Howie.
I! B has alwty; in store a full stock ot
French Broc^ieils;all widths
ami colors;
French Satin de Liiuesf
India Satin Damask*;
Fi^nch Moquette;
Do Plushes;
Lace and Muslin Curtains
of everystyle and price.
Table 4- Piano Covets A.C.;
Gilt Cornices;
Gilt Pins and Hands)
Giiups, Fri.iges;
Cords. Tassels, Ax.
N. Y. Painted WINDOW SHADES, of all styles ami
l*a ices; Huff Hollands; Shade Fixtures, Brasses, 4-0.5 and
rr*ruthing complete for Curtains, of the newest Paris
St Vies, and at t lie loiceat prices.
Persons sending the height and iridth of their windcig
frame*, can have tb*' Cui tains made and trimmed in the
??est manner; see F*a,..on Plates in August number of Go
ley's lady's Hook.
Steamers, hotels, CAR I UILDERS, and dealersgener
lly, supplied at the lowest wholesale price*.
W. H. CARKYL,
Importer ofa-.d Dealer in Furnishing Goods,
ICO Chest nut street, corncr of Filth,
msrlT-lydA-w Opposite the State Houee. PhUada.
.Paper Warehouse.
GYRUS W. FIELD CO.,
COMMISS ON MERCHANTS.
No. 11 Cliff Street,
NEW YORK.
Are; Sole Agent* in t!?e Unitr?l Mintes for
Mu?pratt's superior Bleaching Powder.
Victoria .MillsCelebrated Writing Papers.
Kussell " Superior " *'
Genesee 41 *4 Printing "
Rawlins & Sons' English Tissue M
First quality Ultramarine Blue
They are also Agent* for the principal Paper Manufactur
ers in this country, and ofl'cr lor Sale by far the most ex
tensive and and desirable stock ol Paper and Paper Manu
facturers' Materials that can be found iu this or any oilier
country.
Their business is strictly wholesale,and Writing Paper#
are sold by the case onlv.
Their extraordinary facilities enable them to offer all
Goods, both Foreign aud Domestic, at the lowest possible
prices.
Paper made to order, any size or iveight. Liberal ad
vances made on couxignments of Paper, Paper Makers'
stock aud other merchandize.
The highest jnaiket pi-ice paid in cash for all kinds o
Rags. augl-ly.
IVilliatais a Bid atrollici%
GKNKRAL GROCERS AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Cornek Carv and Pearl Streets,
Kichmond, Va.
C3*0ffertheirse-vices for the sale of all kinds of Pro
duce and Manufactures. Goods lor them may be shipped
by the Halt. ?fc Ohio Railroad to Baltimore a ml consigned
to Jacob Brandt, Jr., agent lor the Poivhattan Steamboat
Co.; or Charles Pendergast, agei.t of the Hallo, and Rich
mond lino of Packets, either of whom will receive and
forward them without elm rge.
REFER ESC ESt
Jas R. Baker, Esq. "J
Aaron Kelly, 4
8. Jfrady, 4 !
Morgan Nelson, 4 f Wheeling.
Dr. M. H. Houston, ,
Messrs. Sweeney Ar Son.J
Messrs. Lewis Geo. (.'assan,^
4 J. C. Sellmau Son, >? /Baltimore.
4 Love, Mai tin 4* Co. J
Jud-e J no. 2/iockenb rough, Lexington, Va.
janl9:lmd
Humphreys, Hoffman & Koons,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR THE SAI.E OF
Flour, Pork, Raton, Seed* mid Produce
Generally,
No. 47, North Whitrves, and 95, North Water-st.,
I'll It. A OKI riiiA.
03"Liberal advances will be made 011 receipt Bills La
ding.
Refer to Messrs. For*VT1I8 & IIoPKlKfi. Wheeling. jn!3
DANIEfT]ROWli^ND,
Brokerand General Claim Agent,
WASHINGTON. 1). C.,
WILL give prompt aud personal attention to Claims
before the Department, aud other busi u :ss entrusted
o him. Refer to K. H. Swkarikmicn. ap'J3-ly
LAYMAKER & HASLETT,
COLUMBIA HOUSE,
C'beatuutiil., below ?th,
I'llll.AUULPUIA.
BOA RD $1.-5Q PER DAY. mvgO-dly
JOHlTaTBROWN & CO.,
Importers 4* Wholesale Dealers in
British, French and American
DRY GOODS,
No. I'iSIflnrliClMtiTCt, Philadelphia.
?112:1yd
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
Chestnut Street, between '6d and \th,
PHILADELPHIA.
Ren. II Wool in u u. Proprietor.
A first Class Hotel. Prices reduced! From $2,00 to
SI,50 per day. marl7-1 yd
William Oiilly. T. A. John* & <'0.,
Wholt gale dealers in Hoots, Shoes, Bonnets, Leg
horn, I'anuimi and l*aim Leaf Hats.
ALSO FUR, SILK, AM) IVOOLHAIS,
Market Street, Pim.aDict.rmA.
mnrtT-lyd
S. COLUol'h. A. CO WTO M.
Colhoun & Cowton,
PKODl'tTCOKMIIMMION .11 l?K(! IIA NTH
roil THK SA. KOF
FLdl.'R, BACON, LARD, CLOVER SEED, &.C.,
liroad St., Ea-t vide, bet. 11 ace 4* Cherry,
PHI LA DKLP1IIA.
Liberal advances made 011 Cousiguiuents, and when re
ceivcd by car loads, free ol drayage.
REFKR to Forsyths ?fc Hopkins,*Wheeling, who will
mr.k?- advances on coi.Mimments. _ apHV-ly
fteujiiuiiii fel. Eii^litlool,
Hats, Caps, and Ladies' Riding Hats
No. 41, North Second Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
(>eo. IV.1>uITj*. l*tteofChe*tnoi St. mar 17-1 yd
LL O YDFCO.,
Claim, Pension and Bounty Land
AGENTS,
Fifteenth street, opposite the Treasury,
wasii.n<;ton, d. c.,
C'iihIi ndrnnceil on <'lniui?. Arc.
CLA IMS beloie Cougiess or the United States that have
been abandoned by other agents as north! es*, have!
ueeu successfully prosecuted by us. Latte i s addressed as ,
??bove, post paid, will be piomplly attended to.
aplo-tf
I Ott'IM A. < I.AllAl Oil. W. II. < I.AUAt'GI<
FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
^IMIR undersigned having purchased the lease and effects
1 ol that old established house, the Fountain Hotki..
Light street, Baltimore, aud having repaired and re-fur
nished at a heavy outlay, now oflei to their friends and the
traveling public an astablisluneut second to noi.e in com
fo-1 a nd convenience.
The Ladies' Ordinary, rnd the suites of rooms attached,
will be found to ulFurd tlr2 comforts of home to families,
while the si tuition ot the Iiounc guarantees quiet repose to
all its patrons.
Itist emost central situation for the man of business,
being in the centre of business, affoids as convenient ac
cess to allthe Kail load Depots aud Steamboat Lauding* a*
any other hotel in the city.
It will be the drsiie and pleasure of the proprietor to
promote the comfort of the guests of t he house.
apT-1 y t;LABAUGH & BROTH KB.
Solid Daguerreotypes.
THIS latest discover! is the wonder of the age. The
picture assumes all the roundness aud solidity of lire.
It also appears life-size, and iu every point resembles the
living being. Nature is perfectly mocked, even to an iu
dividual hair. Taken at WHITKHURST'S, over Camp
bell's Jewelr? stoie, Baltimore street, iu the city or Haiti- i
inote; also, iu his Washington Gallery, aud will soon bt
introduced in all of his galleiies, which may be found 11.
all the pi iucipal cities in the Union.
Mr. WiiiTKurRBThas the honor to announce that he ha* .
just received a letter from the President of the United I
States, informing hi 111 of the a ward of a Medal, Certificate
aud a copy of the Juries reports at the World's Fair, Lon
don. mar3n-tr
JOHN W. BKI.L. BKNJ. DARBY
JOHN W. BELL & CO.,
PI.OCK &CKKKII4I.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Howard St., owogitr Centre.
]y14-1y HALT1MOKK.
thus. J. Cah?u?.] [ju?nru cmo?
T. J. CARttON & CO.,
Western Produce and General
Commission Merchants,
41 &. 42, Light Street,
Baltimore,
Ami 36, Water Street, New-Yoik.
ICS"Liberal nd vanrrv made fn consignment*.
" Ilopkiun <SL I?*nirctiilct,
Merchant Tailora,
220 Baltimore Street,
HALT! MO KK,
IJiVITF.the attention ortlic citizens ol Wheeling totheii
extensive assortment of cloths, cassinieres and vent
ings, selected with great care, from the latest importa
tions.
READY MADK CLOTHING.
On the second floor of their store, they ke;pa Urge a
sortment ol elegantly finished clothing, made by the best
hand and cut in the most fashionable style. marl6 1yd
Hare, PicrHou, llolliduy &. Co.,
WIIOLKftALK DK\LICIt8 IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Ao. 1 Unuorer ?tre*h near Market,
BALTIMORE
RirnARn Hark, Daniel Holliday,
William Pikksok, James Robinson.
cyiJerer to ?he Merchants or Wheeling. nwr28-ly
MARTIN & BOBSON,
Flour and General Commission Merchants,
coknkr ki'taw and Baltimore sts.,
nwr2*-1v HALT! MOW K
'Tfrx misses Albonas, Pi:iladelplii<rmake, received I
I O at "Oak Hall."
No. 123 Main st. between Monroe and Union
ie17 MoXKAL & Co:
w/V Hits. Ladies Ko&eiL Jenny Lind's, received at Oak
OU Ilall. I
No. 123 Main, between Monroe and Union sts.
jelO McXKAL & Co.
click'* field ISooIc lor Railroad Engineers,
new work,juat received by
je23 Wii.DB & HHP.
Onn Bl}LS. Louisville Lime just received and Torsale
very low by
WIS HAKSKTT & Co.
UhHMAN CIUAKS.
JUKT opened, &>,000of the above cigars?nit the com*
mou kind, but a nice aiticle, \vhich\vill be very cheap
for chash.
my*J2 J. w. RHODES, agent.
HALIFAX NO 1. HERRINGS.
fifl BRI-S.Lrfc ?'"? f?t, lutt rwUr.l ami '?r ??le hy -
"" 'Id* U. KKILLY
BALTIMORE.
Scull & Thompson,
IXPORTKR8 AND WHOl.KSAI.K DKAI.KR8 IN
Tcai, WiBW, i?iqnom. ftplcca. lucllgo. Oil
Tobacco, i'otlrr, Suynr, iTIoliiMNc-H,
AND OTIIKIC nROCHKIKM.
Kb- 4T? Sorth Water and 1 North H'Aarr/*,
a fitc doors below Arch *tre<.t, PHILADELPHIA.
established in 1828.
tOTTHOMPSON REYNOLDS, interested in theabovt
House, respcctfullv invites Western Meichnnt* ii??iVe
hi ma call. dcpi-at**,
j.c. CiKrtRi D. w. a. *.A*nict.u. J n. iTkiiVi,. . .7
CANFIELD, BROTHER, & Co
229 Baltimor* Street, Corner of Char It $
WHOLESALE IMPORTERS, .MANU FACTL'RF.Rk
AND DKAI.KRS IN KINK WATCHK8, RICH JKWM.Kff
8ILVER, rt.ATKII, AND Al.DATA WARK AND
FANCY GOODS!
n
AVEoj?ened their new stove with s splendid stork
Goods.
GOI.D AND SII.VKR WATCIIFS!
From the most celebrated unl-.ers in London, Livernoo
and Geneva?on extensive stock always kept on hand
everj one of which is guaranteed to perform arcuiafc
time.
SII.VKR WARK OF OUR OWN MANUPACTfR>:!
Silver Tea and Coffee Sets, Goblets, Cuds, Tumbler*
Castors. Waiters, Spoons, Forks, Pie and Cake Knives
IceCiram Knives, Napkin Kings, Fuh Knives Saltt'e
iars, 4*c., ol new devious.
I'LATKD WARK.
Coffeeand Tec Sets, Urns, Tea Kettles, large .-,?j
Watteis?Oval, Oblong and round shapes; Castors Cak
flaskets, Epe.gnes*, Flower and Fiuit stands, Ac. '
DIAMOND work!
A superb collection or Diamond Bracelets a,?i j,
Broaches. Crosses, Finger Rings, lull suits ol JMamonS
suitable for W eddiug Gilts.
RICH JKWKI.R Y!
This branch of our business is nut surpassed by any et
tabli-incut in the country} having workmen employed un*
der our own supervision, constantly making new styles
and by every steamer we are supplied irom the Kuioncas
factories, which enables us to give to our cusuimc's
latest fashions, and at 'ow prices.
FANCY goods!
Writing Desks, Work Coxes. Chess Men, Card lias
kets, Cologne Bottl?s, elegant Vases, Parisian Mar tie
Statutes, Paris Bronzes, Fine Paintings, Papici Machie
Tables and Work Stands, Porte Monnaies, superiot Co
log lie, French Perfumeries, Rosewood end 1 .eat her l>? ea
sing Cases, English Soaps, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes
Ac.
8l'PKRIOR A I. DATA WARK1.
Sew Patterns of Forks, Spoons, Ladles, etc. of this art!
cle, wi.ich is fast superseding silver ware.
SfLKNUI I> JU ANTI.K Cl.OCKs!
i Bronze and Gilt Mantle (Mocks of elegant designs, black
yelloiv, drab a< d white marble do} Fieor.h Poicelain do
richly decorated.
Watch Tooi.s and Mats rials, ofthe best quality,con
stantly kept on hand and carefully selected.
For tiie convenience ol customers we have erected a
large, spacious-stoie, giving customers every facility foi
inspecting our extensive stock of Goods. Adjoining the
retail sales room, we have fitted up another room, over
10*> leet in depth, for the Wholesale Department.
K5"Ever> article fiom our establishment is warranted
to be ?8 good as lepreseuted.
OJT"Persons visiting Haltimo e, will do wpllto esamin
our assortment. Orders from ihecouuiry will be attend
cd to faithfully and proudly.
CAN FIELD, BROTHER * l? ..
229 lialtimoie at., S. West corner of Charles.
Sign ofthe Golden Eagle.
Baltimore. March 24,-dwlv.
C. J.L KKKW. (). fiSDKR. v. MlfiiU
LEREW, SANDER & Co.,
8I7CCKS80R8 OF
CIIARLKS PI8CHKR ^ CO.,
A'o. 338 Market Street, between Howard and Unfair ?t?
BALTIMORE
I.1IPORTKRMOP
German, French and Enalisli Goodt
SUCH AS
Hosiery, Drawers, Buttons,
Gloves, Shawls, Tapes,
Laces, Fringes, Bindings,
Threads, Sewing Silk, Spool Cotton,
Under Shirts, Suspenders, Ribbons,
Turkey Red Yarn, etc., etc
Scythes, Slates, Violins, Accordeons,
Jews Harps, Peic Caps, Guitars, Harmonicas,
Marbles. Look'gglasses, Flutes, etc. etc
A criuplcte rssortmcut of Combs and Fancy Goods.
mn ri'?U| yil'q:l w
i)rakeiey & Penton,
(/rtahmsiikii 1836.)
CO M M I SS I O N M E HCHA N TS .
For the sale of Hon Products. Fi.oun, Brvmi, Wikii,
Win now Ci.ass and "oitstry PRoDitnR,geiierally. Tlirv
willalac give attention topuicliasi "gou commission,
3S7 Baltimore St., corner of l'aca.
BALTIMORE, Md.
mar25- 1 [email protected]\v
" JOHN SULLIVAN & SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND
AGENTS FOIf THE SAI.E OF LEAPTOBACCO, CUT
tok, Fcoi'R, Whisky, and Wksticrn
1'ropdci! Gkkcr ai.i.y.
Camden St., near Light St. Wharf,
apt 5-1 y BALTIMORE.
A. SISCO,
Ao. 05 Baltimore Street, opposite Ifolliday Street,
II AMI ;? O K K,
TftfHOLKSALE ?111' Retail manutactuier of Odd Fel
T T lows, Masonic,Sonsot'Teiuperance, Red Men's au?!
other Re?alia, Itniiners, Flags, l.wels, etc.. MHitarj
Goods of all kinds. ap'J-ly
Stein & Brother,
Manufacturerit ami Wholesale pollers in
CLOTJUNG,
.Vo, 31 P? Baltimore Strret, between Howard and LittrtySts.
mnr28-3m HA LTI.MO&E.
REVERE HOUSE.
BY
J. A IIEFKLPIIVGER
Ol Ni No TIIK DKI'OT
innr2^ Cumherlnnil, Mil..
iylcGijAL?!jiij!tf"6 <fc KNOX,
XV HO I.MS A LK AND RKTA1L DKALKHS \S
BOOTS AND SHOES, MENS AXL
Boys' lints ami Cu/?s, 'it the
wi ll knoicn stand of the
BIG R&D BOOT.
"\T7"Kare now receiving from our Eastern Manufacturiih
Yt Establishments, oneofthe largest and best manufuc
tuied assortment of Boots and Shoes, foi Fall ami Wintet
wear, ever offered in this or any other market. They hav'
heen nianuractured to order, arcojding to our own direc
tions, and are intended expressly lor retailing To out
regular customers, and all others who may favor us with a
call, we can offer an unusually large variety of Hoots am
Shoes, which we guaraiiiee equal in quality of material anc
workmanship to those manufactured in this or any o'lie
partol the United Slates. Our stock will he lotiud to; 011
sist, ii. part,ol the following seasonable goods:
NO. 187. __
MltN'l1 POOT8. WOMEN'S O 4 ITERS, IIA I.V
1,000pr men's kip hoots, oaitkrh, otv.
I,iK?0 men's thick hoots, 20ft pr wouieus gaiters,
I,.">00 men's call hoots, 400 do halt gaiters,
1,000 men's water pioor do 600 do wulktngshoes,
rncs's nnntuw. 600 do pegged huskius,
500 men's call In ogams, 600 do kid buskins, slif
1,000 prime kip do pets.
I,r>oo do thick do mihskh uootkks urs
1,000 low priced do kink, Icto.
boys' d)oib?<<. 600 misses morocco lace,
1600 pair b>>ya thick bootees, 300 do kip do
600 4 * kip do 300 do calf do
300 4 * calf do 300 do kid and mo.
youth'* boots. rocco buskins
600 pr youths call boots, 160 do black, blue, and
300 do kip do bronzed gaiters,
1500 do thick do Miit.uitKN'x uon rtKH.
niivs anu yoi'tji#Bno(uni. 1,600 pr tuncy bootees,
l,000pr boys kip brogatis, 2,000 kid Ac morocco ?*
1600 do thick do 1,6*30 children's peg'd '*
1000 youths do do l000cliildreirsgo.it "
600 do kip do 1600 do colored ?'
600 boysand youths calf do uru siioss.
womfn'0 Lxvtt moots. 4000 pairs mens', ladies and
600 morocco lace boots, children's Gum Shoes.
1000 Call dO
600 ) ?i do 400 dot men's plush caps,
1600 kip do 300 4 ? wool hats,
band boxkm.
300 wood baud boxes.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
us, wc solicit a continuance of the same.
scp3 MiCLALUENS & KNOX
New Savings Bank Store
AT TIIK
OLD rOHT OFFIdK.
"KEEP THE HE Aft AND FEET C.OVEllEl)!"
CtlTIZEN'Sot Wheeling aud vicinity:-?Tills old maxim
/ for health reminds me that it may not be amiss tocall
your altertfon to my Pall and Winter stock of Koot*,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas and Carpet Sacks, at the
corner of Matket and Monroe jtree's, where you will
Hud a great variety of fashionable lately received Good*,
suitable lo the season, at low prices.
Very thankful for the liberal patronage received since
coming amongst jou, 1 respectfully solicit youatttocall
and examine my stock, (it will he my pleasure to see and
wait on you,) thus uniting labor with rest, that I may
have their offsp? iug health, and to this adding industry
and economy I m?y have wealth.
Ladies, if jou wish to purchase f&shionnb'e and cheap
winter Kounets, sure.
Call at the old Post Oflice, opposite the McLnre.
Gentlemen, it jou wish to put chine a lashiouuble Cap
or Hat,
Call at the above place, where you will get?that
Kemember, the old Post Office corner.
To Country .Me?chants 1 have a few Goods to Jo
Inw prices.
or 17 II. H. \V *Ts'f?N.
Wheeling and Franklin Cotton
Mills.
NK. MONROE <fc Co., having taken the Wheeling
? and Franklin Cotton Mills, located in this city, are
piepared to supply all orders at the lowest rates for 4-4
1 and 6-4 Sheetings, Cotton Yams. Cotton Warps, Cotton
Twines. Cotton Chain, Coverlid Yarns. Cotton Ual
I ti ngs, etc. J A M KS K N OIT,
| jyl Superlntendant.
SWEET POTATO KS!
102
_ . BIISHEI*S from Norfolk; a supei ior ai ticle
4 ocll GEO. WILSON
JUST RECEIVED.
BAliirELS extra Floui, 'l.oyer brand;'
I 40 do do do 'Huckcye Mills;'
100 do do do various brands.
oc20 GO UPON. .MATTHKWS A Co
KEEP YOURSELF \\ ARM.
JUST received, a full supply of ineiino Shirlsaml liraw*
eis, and for sale by J. II STALLMAX,
oclO No.2 Wasnin^ton Hall. ^
BUCKSKIN GLOVES.
1Q DOZEN extia oil diessed buckskin Gloves, just t**
1 *-> celved at
_oc3> _ HKISKKLLAC?_
LOUISVILLF LIME.
HHLK. LouUville I.iine, in gontl barrels
?cp?l fj KO. NVM,S(>N ? _
HOPS.
^ NTH I)?Two tliouMiul pounds Hops.
?tpao r;Ko WMI.SON.
WANTED.
WIlEAT?ndO?U, by
oc'Jfi Cm \VII-S0S._
rl(lNTS?6000 piccrs- mure or less?<>l ia?* cnloTfd
. l'riiila, for ttle by
tlrS.IIK IIKKvK^
50
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