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BOOK AND JOB OFFICE.
Tub undersignedtake this occasion to remind thei r friends
?nd the public generally, that iu connection with the office
of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly
fitted up far .he execution of air kinds of
t?I?Af2V Ai\DOB3fA3IBmLPBI.\TING.
Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la
test styles of Job type, and tdeir iarge and well selected
stock *f paper, cards, inks, Ac., being pui chased at the
on<est Casb prices, and the Job Office being a distinct <le
pertinent, ca.efully and efficiently managed, they canguaran
tee to their customers enthe satisfaction, as regards the
tVcaincaa, Accnrncr nad Prompmnui,
with which their woik will be dune.
Tnoyaie piepaied to execute
CA*n<i, PRnna??Mcs,
? Cism-labs, Postsbji,
Com? ?rt Kills,
Bill Hum, Mall Tipkbts,
Kill* Ltni.ta, STB AM BO AT Hills,
Babe Cnbcx*, Arena* Kills,
OBDBBlfeoas, ll&.f Tu KkTU,
Noti?; . Fkbioiit Hooks,
I'BBIia KaILBOaD Klambs,
Hbcbiptm Hotel Hauistkbs,
Protsbts, Scmmosm,
Hsiars, Hlkltiok Ticrst*,
And every other description of letterpress Printing. Also
all kinds of work in
COLORS AKDRIIOIV/EM.
tC^"All orders from a distancepromptly attended to.
UKATTY <fc TO. '
A DYERTISEMENTS^
No. 1, Sprigg House Emporium!!'
CLOTIIS, CASSIJIERES AND VESTINGS! |
NewMprlsgnnd Mnminer C*ood?!
T TAKKpleasure iu being able to say to niy old cust'm- i
JL er* and the fashionable community, thut 1 have inst
returned from New York, and have be^ti able t?? procure
the most Fashionable Goods for the season that the grcst
Emporium, New York, can import Irom France and the
old countries; and having disj ensed with tl.a sale ol corn
mou clothing, gives me more room and time to attend to
the wants of my customers iu the fashionable way. My
new stock now consists of
BLACK, MOWN, OllEF.N, BLUR, OLtVR AND
D A LIU A CLOTHS.
Also, silk and wooi cashmerelts, all shades and colors;
bombazine, drapiter summer cloths, linenand grasscloths,
&c., for making frock, dress, sack aTid bu>i?ess coats.?
French, English, and American cassitneies; also, ducks,
linen driiliugs, dec., for makiug pants. As to Vesting*, I
have the uiosL beautiful selection ever looked at in anyci
ty, all of which I am now prepared to make up iu the most
U-bionableand best style, as 1 havesecuted Mr Kcssicll's
services as cutler for the coming season, I tcelcertaiu iu
saying that 1 can furnish better cloths thariany house west
ot the Allegheny mountains.
1 n connection with theabove I have a beautiful assott
ment o' Furnishing Goods, alt fine, seasonable, and lash
lonable, consisting of cloth, cassimere, cashmerett, bom
bazine, grass linen, diabita and plain lineu, fiock, dress
and business coats, vests and pants, made from the most
fashionable and seasonab'e Goods, in great variety; al*o,
linen and cotton Shirts, silk, lii.en, lambs wool ai:d cot
ton Undershirts and Drawers; cravats, stocks, collars,
gloves and suspenders.
Hosiery ih grest variety; also, every other article suit
able for completing a gentleman's wardrobe
All the above named articles, togethor with many other
articJes that can be found at my store. No 1, Sprigg House.
Plea>e call in and take a look, and much oblige yours,
mrtl S. KICK.
NOTICE?" EXTRA.
1 have a small stock of common clothing that I will dis
pose ot at coat, or even less, to make room for my Spring
Stock or fine goods:
ntrgl S RICK
New Savings' Bank Store.
NIW FAHIINOXED LETTERS AT THE OLD POST OFFICE.'
X AM now receiving and opening an unusually larjre ami
JL general assortment of Roots, Shoes, Hats, Bonnets,
Umbrellasand Carpet Sacks, at the corner or Market and
Monroe streets, "Wheeling, Va., iu the room formerly oc
cupied as the Post Office aud opposite the McLure House,
u very large and tntiiely new stock which waapurchased
for cash, rrom the manufacturers ot the North, urder ttie
most favorable circumstances, alid offer lh?Mii totheciti
sens of Wheelinga:id vicinity at redmed prices, whole
a ile aud retail* aud respectlully solicit a share of patton*
age.
I deem it useless to say much in praise of my stoi k. If
1 mistake not, the people of Wheeling are not so rasily
humbugged by advertising puffs; suffice it to say I have any
variety of men's, youths'aud boy's Hoots and Shoes, mir
ror, silk, moleskin, wool, leghorn, brush and .<t raw hats,
and for ladies every variety of silk, lawn, straw and braid
bonnets of the most teceut fashions and styles. Also?
S??ors. Slippers aud Gaiters, both for ladies, mioses and
Child ten, or the most raslnouable style, inake and quality
?call ami sec for yourselves.
Having purchased a large ?tock of theabove named ar
tides, 1 would respectfully invite country merchants to
call and see mi1, or send me their orders. 1 will duplicate
any htiis purchased in the eastern cities for cash.
apH B. H. WATSON.
ASSIGN EE'S NOTICE.
Siuieou D. Wood row having, on the Uthdayof
.ipril, 135-1, by proper deed conveyed in trust to the
undersigned Tor the benefit of his said Woodrow's ci edit
ors, alluf his real aud personal property and choses in ac
tion; r.lt persons in any wise indebted to said Woodrow
oie required to make immediate payment tome, and all
persons having claims against Raid wood row are lequiied
in order toieceive any benefit under <uad trust, within
tour mouths to tile their claims with the proper release ac
cording to the terms of s^id derd. with the undeisigued.
ap!3 GEO. W. SIGHTS, .-(ssiglare.
baddlers Hardware.
AND COACH TimmiNG.
Jl'ST opened, a large assoitnieut ol Saddler's Hani ware
m d Coach Tiiitiiiiiiig , Coach aid lather Varnish,
iiugsy Hows, lluhbs, Spokes, Fellows, Carriage and 'l'ire
Knits, Maileabl* Irous, Patent and Enamelled l.c;:tlier,
? ml eveiy thing used by tho trade, to which I invite t.iio at
tention ol thepublic. JOHN KNOTE.
nutli Old Slknd, 163 -Main st._
N"otioe.
WD. MOTTB has associate*! with him ??? j? partner,
? his brother J. W. MOTTE, the partnership com
mencing oilU'O llth iiist. The style ol the tirm will hr
W. i?. MOTTB dc BROTHER. Oblo
Second Notice.
4 LI. persons indebted to \V. D. Mottk are requested to
call and Keltic their accounts immediately.
. W. 1). MOTTB.
Bound to Shave!
DEJAQUES LKCOUI.TRE'S celebrated warranted
Razors. They shave with the greatest case, and are
the best ever brought to this market. Just receved at
C. P- 11KOUN'S
19 New'Jewelry Store. '.Vasliin-jtoH
throw Physic toihe Do^-l'iilreruiacher'N
HYDRO ELKCTRIC VoLTAlC CHAINS.
Producing instant relief from the most acute pain ard per
manently cuiiug all Neuralgic diseases, Riieuma
tisiu, painlul and Swelled Joints, Neuralgia
of the Pace, Deafness, blindness, St.
Vitus' I a nee, PalpiLatious of the
-Heart, Periodical Headaches,
Pains in the stomach, in
digestion, dyspepsia
Uterine Paius,
Paralysis,
etc.
These chains were first introduced in the city of New
York less than oue year since, and alter heing subjected
to thorough trials in every hospital in the city, and appli
ed by Drs. Valentine Molt, Post, Carnochau, Van liuien
aid others, it was discovered that they possess si range
and wonderful power in the relief and cure or the above
class ol diseases, and their sale, and the success that has
attended their use is unparalleled.
Previous to their introduction into this countiy, they
were usedln every hospital in Europe, and aie secured by
patents in France, Germany, Austiia, Piussia and Eng
land) and also In the United States.
"THINK CLOSE AND PONDER WELL"
The principles upon which il is claimed that the chains
produce tneir marvellouscuies aie, first?that all nertni*
dlttast* are attended and produced by a deticieut supply ol
nervous fluid, and an agent that resembles closel) electric
ity or electro magnetism; and second?tiat the electro
magnetic chains, by being worn over and upon the part
aad organ diseased, furnish to the exhausted nervous sys
tern, by ill powerful stimulating effects, the nervous fluid
which is required to produce a healthy arLon through the
entire system. No disgusting nosti urn is allowed to be ta
ken while using the chains, but a rigid observance of the
general laws or health are lequifed Biisk Miction upon
the part diseased adds much to the effect of the chaiiis, by
Increasing their magnetic power.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
wlllbeetven to any person u ho will produce so many
well authenticated certificates of cure, both from intelli
gent pfttients and scientific physicians, as have been ef
fected by the use of Pulvermacher's Electric Chains.?
They never foil to perform what they are advertised to do
and nopeison has ever beeu dissatisfied who has given
them a tiiai
IN FEMALE DISEASES.
More than one bur.dicd permanent cr.rea or Prolapsus
Uteri have been effected within. he I st year by the use ol
Ibese chains. By applying one end of tue chain over the
region Ol tie abdomen, and the other uron the spine, iust
above the hip. the usual severe svmptoms incident to that
disease are at once removed.
MODE OF USE.
The chain slould bo moistened before use with common
Vinegar, and then oue end or the chain should be applied
directly to the seat or the pain or disease, and the other
end opposite to it.
BE NOT DECEIVED I The Electric Chains are not
to cure all diseases; but ror Nervous Diseases it is claim
ed that NO Medicinal A pent in the woild has produced so
many cuies in the lust year as the Electric chain.
INSTANT RELIEF Trcm the most acute pain, is pro
duced at the moment of application much moie effectually
than can he prcduced by opium, in any or its foi ms.
Call and obtain a pamphlet (gratis)
ONE WORD MORE.
These cbsins are the same wh-ch liavr lately been sent
over, to the fcmperor or the French, to be tiied by his own
physicians in cases or cholera, etc. ami which have pioved
bo eminently successrul. J. STEIN ERT, sole .Agent
corfter Piince stieet and Broadway.
tOTJAMES BAKER, and Breutlinger & Armstrong,
Wheeling agents. tic 17-1 rr
Dr. Todd's Pills
CAN be had fresh and genuine at the following places iu
thecity of Wheeling and vicinity, viz:?At the Drue
stores of James Baker: Hells dr Caldwell; llrentlinger d
Co | DrTH Logan df i o; Fred'k Yahrliug, Wm .1/cKee d
Co: (Ritchietown); P A Brentlinger (Centre Wheeling); at
he iVhoe store of Todd dc Devol, market square, and at
ihc Drugstore or the proprietor, corner or Quincy and
Fifth streets.
They can also be had at P Dunn's, Grave Creek; A Be
dillion's and Jacob Gooding's, National Road; Benj. I.
Craven, west Alexandria; Wilson 6'tringer's, west Wheel
ing; and Fly Looman's, Bridgeport, Ohio.
These pills need so further recommendation than a ait
trial; they.have now been in constant u*e lor more than
twenty y^ars.and if you willl only give them a chance the)
will speak ror themselves?try litem. 25c per box; pei
do*: $20 per gross. ian6
NEW BOOKS!
fPlilvr's Consulate ard Kmpiie,? 2 vols.
JL ?*IIradl?y's? Second War with England,?' 2 vols.
??Mead ley's Sacred .Mountains;*'
??Baldwin dr Thomas' Gazetteer or the V. S
??Shaw's Civil A rchitrcTure;"
"Minnie Hermon;"
"Katbayan Slave," by Mrs. Ju.laoi.j
"Goethe's Faust," dec. die.
Just received by
,niB WtLDE A BROTIIRR.
FlX>?.?2<]n bundles stone ami claj-'Pipos, lor sale low
by
ptfte ' LOGAN, BAKER d Co
'MEDICAL.
Prof. Woods'
Hair It c? lorn live is now for the first time intro
duced to the citizens of Wheeling, at No 139 Mark* t
?ireet, which is the only sure remedy ever invented that
wttl effectually restore the grey hairs and whiskers to the
original color of ysuth, without dyein ; cover thr bald
head in a short time with the natural covering, remove
da ud ruff, and prevents the hair liora falling off, and is free
from the filtliv sediment so objectionable in divers prepa
rations of different names now befote the public; the Kic
rron jltivk is a beautiful article Tor the toilet, lor the old
or your g. and can only be appreciated by its use; and all
are res;<ect:ulfy incited to callatth* Lepot and examine
the testimonials?>! ladies aud gentlemen of hi-li reputa
tion in the South and West, where it was invented, but
will refer to the certificate below of the distinguished
statesman and Senator, Judge l.reese, of Illinois:
Carltlk, III-, June27, 1653.
I have used ProCO. S. Woods* *Hair Restora>'ve,*aud
have idmired the wonderful effect. My hair was becom
ing, as I thought, prematurely grey, but by the use of kis ,
'Kestoiative' it has resumed its oiigiual color, aud 1 have
no doubt permanently so.
S1PXF.V BREF.SE,
Ex-Senator of the United Stales.
Pr?feit?or Wood** Oriental Sanative
l.inimrnt.
This 7Jniment is a valuable au.viliaiy in the treatmeuf of
some of the most formidable diseases with which it ts our
lot to contend: for instance, inflammation of the lungs and
botrels. Hya thorough aud continued application oi this
Liniment over the region of the affectrd organ, these oth
erwise formidable diseases a re at once disarmed or more
than halt their terrois, particulaily among children, aud
thousands of mothers, were they allowed fo speak, would
with all the eloquence of feeling and affection, hear their
united testimony to the fact that it hud 3iiatched'theircliil
dren from the very jaws or death, aud restored them to
their foimer health aud beauty. Again, it will be found a
powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally known
a'an Ague Cake, or an enlargement ot tne spleen, in alt
cases wt.ere an external application is of service, this lin
menc will be found useful.
General Depot C'Jii Broadway, Xew York; and 114
arket at.St Louis
For sale wholesale and retail in Wheeling bjr
ie7J3m J. H. VOW El.1.. .Monroe.St.
AFFLICTED READ 1!
Philadelphia .Tlrdicnl ISoaMe?Established 20
j en r sago by Dr-Kliakelin, corner Third aud liuion
sts. between Sptu:.e aud P.ne, Philadelphia, Pa.
INVALIDS
Are apprised that Dr. K1 XK.KLI X confines his practice
to a particular braurh or medicine, which engages his
undivided attention. He cautious the unfortunate
against the abuse of mercu.y; thousands are annually
mercurialized ou* of life. Kecent affections are promptly
extinguished.
TWENTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the treatment of acfcusof diseases hitherto neglected
and iinpeifrctly understood, has cuahled lilt. hl.N'KK
\AH, {.Author of a iroikan Self Preservation,) to piove
that nine tenths ot thr causes ol nervous debility, local
and constitutional weakness, menial and physical suffer
ing, are traceable to certaiu habits, lorniing the most se.
ciet yet deadly and fatal springs ol domestic misery and
piematuie mortality.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
There is au evil habit sometimes indulged in by boys, in
solitude, often groxvi. g tp with them to manhood, and
which, if not reformed in due time, not only begets seri
ous obstacles to matrimonial happiness, but gives rise to
a series of protiactcd, insi ious, aud devastating affec
tions. Few of those who give way to this i>crnicious
practireare awaieof the consequences, until they find the
nervous systems Hiatteied, feei strange aud uuaccouutu>
ble reelings, aud vague fear; in the mind.
The unfortunate thus afflicted becomes feeble, is una
ble to labor with accustomed "Igor, or to apply his mi d
to study; his step is tantyaud weak, he is dull, invo
lute, and engages in his sport with less eueigy than usual.
It he emancipates himself before the practice has done
Its wo:st end enter matrimony, his marriage is uufruit
ful, and hi-; sense tells him that this is caused by his early
f-dlies. Three are consideration? uhich ehvuld aicaken the
attention of tho?esimilarly situated.
MARRIAGE.
ISequi es the fulfilment of several conditions, in order
that it may be really the cause of mutual happiness.?
Couid the veil which now coveis the origin ol domestic
wi etched uess be raised, and its ti ue souico iu every in.
sta. ce disclosed?in how many could it be traced to phys
ical disqualifications aud their attendant disappoiutmeutl
Apply then, while yet in time, iu order to have your uii*
stiui.g and lelaxed organization rebiaced, revivified and
stieugtheued.
REMEMBER.
He who places hiinsell under Dr. Kinkelin's treatment
may religiously confide iu his houoi as a gentlemau, and
rely urou the assurance, tuat the secrets or Dr. K.'s pa
tieuts will never be disclosed
Young mail?let no false modesty deter you from mak
lug your case known to one who, from education and re
spectability, can certainly befriend you.
Too many think I hey will conceal the secret in their
own hearts, ai.d cure themselves I alas! how often is this
a latal delusion, aud how many a promising young man,
who might have bceu au oinaiucutto society, has laded
liom the earth.
Stiittures o: the urethra are rapidly removed by the
application of a therapeutical agent, used only by l>r. K.
Weakness and constitutional debility promptly cured, and
full citor restored.
COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Can have (by stating their case explicitly, togefher with
all their symptoms, per letter enclosing a remittance,) Di
K's medicine, appiopriated accoidiugty.
Foi warded to any part or the United States, and pack
ed ttccuie from damage or curiosity.
READ!!
YOUTH AND MANHOOD.
A Vigorous Lifr or a Premature Death, Dr. Kinkelin on
tie f -Pi enervation.?Only 23 crtits.
tisawork eminently requited, as a means of reform
ing the vices ol the ago in which we live. Also
NATURE'S GUIDE,
With rules for the prolongation of life, just from the press.
A letter with a leiniltauce of 25 cents, or the \aiue u
post stamps, addressed to?Dr. IvINK.KLIN. Pliiladel
phia, Fa , will secure a copy of elthci or the above books
by return or mail, or 12 copies will be sent free of post
ase loi ?1. Kookselelrs, canvassc s, traveling agents,
Ac., supplied wholesale at the publishers prices, which
admit o' a large profit.
B7*AIItetleis must be post-paid. ja!0
B.\AC HO?K. JA8. 31.
I. HOCK iV HON,
Attorneys at law & land Agents,
Marshall C. H., Vtt., Muumlsrillr, P. O ,
W? ILL practice in Ohio, Mai shall. and Wetzel counties
jy Particular attention will 'u* given to collections aud
La .id business. All kinds of land coustanllj for sale
m>!?l-lydAlw
I'ltlLADELl'HlA
Curtain Warehouse,
111 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, opposite the Slate House.
II Ei\It V \\ . SA VFOIt I),
Importer and Dkai.hr in Curtains, Curtain Ma
TKRULS, AND FURNITURE CoVKRJNCS,
WHICH he oilers at the iowest market pr'ces,
WHOLESALE AS J) LETAlL.
The stock comprising, in part, the following:.
Kmbroideied Lace Curtaius; I Gill Coiiiices;
Do .Vuslin Do I do Pins;
Drapery Laces4* Muslins; | do Hands,
Fiench Drocatells, all widths I Canopy Arches and Kings;
I r ? -
and colors; | Cords, Tassel*, Gimps,
Satin de Lai lies* (Fringes, luitain Drops,
Damasks; I Ac.
A lar{.estock of F/iE.XCH FLUSHES, of all colors and
qualities on hand.
l'AL\TED U ISDOIV SHADES, and HOLLANDS ol all
colois lor shading.
N. 15. Persons ordering Curtains, will give the measure
ot the heighth and width o' he entire frame of window,
ma r 17-1 vtMr \v
NO. TWO
WASHINGTON HALL,
TilK undersigned takes pleasure In i n'orming his friends
and the citizens of Wheeling t.nd vicinity, that he has
just received his Fall ai d winter supply of
Cloths, Gassimeres and Vestings.
Not thinking it necessary to enumerate my stock, 1 sim
ply say it consiste of the very latest, i.ewest and most
fashionable style ot Cloth*, Cassiineies and Vestings,
plain and fancy, together with a full assortment of Cents
Fu.uishing Goods
Gentlemen wishing anything in my line will do well to
give me a call, as 1 am determined to sell as low as any
other estahlishmant can do, and my work, for style and
quality, shall he got up second to noi e. Having the ser
vices ot two competent cutters, I feel satisfied iu assur
ing any one who may favor me with a call to give entire
satisfaction. All gooda warranted to be as represented
or no sales. .
Coats, Vests or Pant< got up to order at the shortest
r.otiec, J. 11. STA LL.M AN, Merchant Tailor,
oclO No. 2, Washington Hall.
Centre Wheeling Drug Store.
New Stock.
I AM now receiving my winter stock of Drugs. Medl
ciucs. Dye Stutls, clc., direct from the Kasteru cities,
being perfectly new ami tresh, to which 1 invite the atten
tion of my ft tends and the public generally. My sock
consists in part ot the following:
G dozrn Hampton's Tincture;
G do Cod Liver Oil (warranted perfectly pure);
lvO pounds cream Tarlar;
1 case Arrow Root (Bermuda),
1 sack Oat Meal;
1 do Pearl barley;
2 boxes Heckei's Farinaf
2 do Juiube P*>te;
3 ra&es hng. mustard;
I g oss Thompson's Kye water;
1 do Mc La tie's Vermifuge;
2 barrels bpsom Salts.
dec? JOHN H. TAPPAN
Cumminga' Works.
CUMM1NGS on the Apocalvp>e, 1st, 2d?? 3d series;
" on tlie Seven Chu; cli> s;
'* Family Prayers, 2 vols;
?* Sinn*ot the Times,
" Minor Works, I>t, 2d axa 3d series;
44 The Chuicli before the Flood;
" The Tent and Altar;
?* The Daily Lire;
" The Blessed life;
11 Voices ot the Day;
M Voicesofthe Night;
?? Voices of 1 he Dead;
M Notes on Genesis. Exodus, Leviticus,
Daniel, Parables, Miracles, St. Matthew,
St.Markaud St. Luke:? ree'd by
htnelfi WII.HK A- BRO.
Uiioiee Jtieading.
Star Papera, by Hcmy Ward l.eecher;
Schmdot Lite, by Anna Mary Howilt;
Bancroft's Literary and Historical Miscellanies;
DeQu rcy's Opium Kater;
Kobeit Graham, a sequel to "Lindo;""
Life olSain Houston;
Men of Character, by Douglass Jerrold;
Tale.-* for the Marine*;
Heait Kase; Castle Huildeis;
History of the Hen Fever;*
Ida May; received by*
jeto W1I.DR& RKO.
WANTED.
lOO secoud hand Flour barrels
mhSrt fiKO. Wll SON, market .q^
TO FOUNDEKERS.
JUST received and for sale:
Ground Charcotl;
Ground Soap Stone;
To Arrive: Giouud Bitumiiious Coal;
Also. Wh'feSand,
ot the ayncy warerooms cor. Main and Quincy Ms.
ii.UG K. 11. HCBBKLL.
EXTRA AND SUPERFINE FL* CR.
Two Ituiidrrd bbls favoiit# brands, iu store and
air br uifcS9 M KKlLLVft
FAMILY FLOl K.
W'K haves prime ailicle o! Family Flour for rale.
apW DOANK A CO WO ILL.
MEDICINAL.
The Nonpareil Nerve and Bone
LINIMENT,
PREPARED BY H. H. CARR 4 CO., FROM
A PRESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY DR.
WATSON CARR, UF WHEELING,
LATE OF AIORGANTOVVN.
It is bated upon the broad principle Vict any remedy which
tcill relieve an exierual pain, ifill, if properly com
pounded, be equally successful in removing iuIer
ual affections-, a power which is beaut fully
developed in mnd peculiar to the
AOSPARElL LINIMENT.
ARB YOU SUFFERING
171 ROM Rheumatism, ^ore Throat, Croup, Difficult
Hr-athii.g. Tooth-Ache. Tic Doloreux, Pain in the
Breast or Side, Stiaiu or Spasm, Head-Ache, lufiamma
tion, Stiff JoinU, Cuts, Bruises.roisonSorcs, FeverSores,
Pain or ciauips in the Stomach, i hoiera Morbus, Cholera
Infantum, Cholic. Lame Hack. Chilblains, bites ul Poi >on
ous Insects or Rabid Dogs, Ague Cake, Ague in the i>reast
or Face, burus. bruises, chafing, chapped hand?, corns,
Contractions of the Muscles or cords, cuts of any kind,
Muscuar weakness, Paralysis, Piles, Kar Ache, Ulcers,
Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Sore tipples. Sore Lips, Venereal
Sores, Scarlet Fc v;r. or any similar disease, you may lest
assuied that in this article you have
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY,
which not ouly removes pain almost instantaneously, but
penetrates to the seat or and entirely
ERADICATES THE DISEASE.
Some will laugh at the idea of any composition curing
such a number otdiseases; but if yot but reflect that these
diseases, though numeious in name, all arise nom similar
causes, the proposition will ie*.m less extravagant; but
weie it ten times moreso Tits facts wl ich stare us in the
{ace would jorce the candid to acknowledge its meiits; for
all who have used it themselves, or witnessed its magic
effects on others, unite in declaring it just what its name
(?oupaseil)indicare3, the be,t Liniment known.
TO THOSE WHO THINK. ?
Have you never noticed th* strife ngs milarity between
many external and internal diseases having entirely differ
ent nauu'sj And has it never occuried to you that a rem
edy might baprepated which should be equally applicable
to both? This remedy is now offeied you in the ? onpa
rk i. Linixknt, which does not insult jour understanding
by claiming to have beei. found in some burning-mount tint
of Mexico or mighty care* of the earthy but is simply the
O*fsprino of SciKxctl being mild and simple in its action
and yet levealing in its effects a power almost incredible,
?teaching the niost hidden sinews of man orbeaul,?
and >et being innoxious to the weakest iu!ai>t. It is also I
by far the cheapest Liniment in the market, being put up in
bottles twice aslarge as the majority, and one-fourth larger
than the largest, besides being more than i'onr time* tin
wtroug; we theieiore offer it to you with pride and con
fidence, ax an article exactly suited to the wants of ricb or
poor, high or low
: he unprecedented size ?n which the Nonpareil Liniment
is put up; ard ?ho va*r Rvnenst ?if the uateiials uced in it,
tiiakes itimpoisib1- for us *opiy ror the printingol the
hundieds 01 certttn.atc* "u'-ehttt-iYish, nor do we deem
it nccessary, as the article wireTt' Mis used wi.l certify
for itself. ?
We would however refer those aflTctiw ones who have |
so often been gulled by forgedceitificatesaud bigasserttous '
to the following names, being but a lew of the many per
sons whose character for candor and veracity needs no
panegyric from us, and who having fully tested its virtues,
in the different diseases for which it is i ccommer.ded, are
prepared to speak of its meiits as it deserves.
Sold iu Wheeling by jaines tiaker, Kelts @Caldwell, T
H Logan ? Co, W R McKee, Pallet sou ? Co., and by the
ptincipal Druggists of Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
August 17, ?o3
From the Fairmont ( Pa.) Republican.
An Invamtablk Mkoici.sk.? It is but seldom we find
among the many remedies offered to the public for the cure
or disease, one wecancousent to commend, or whose vir
tues we ate able to discover, and hav? always seduously
av. ided giving utterance toanylhing that might lead any
one to suppose that we placed any faith in their preten
sions. Hut with reference to a remedy niauu aciured in
this place, and which has become as ramiiiar to the public
as household words, we speak from knowledge of its in
trinsic excellencies, its adaptation to many of tl.e ills ol
ti c, ami the security with which it may be used. We
sneak or the Nonpareil Nerve and Konc Liniment, prepar
ed by tl. II. Carr & Co., r:om a prescription furnished by
l)r Watson Carr, lateoi Morgsutown, and now or Wheel
ing. one of the most eminent Physicians in Virginia. This
Liniment is based upon the broad principle that any reme
dy which will relievi external pain, will if properly com
pounded, be equally cflicacious in temovirg internal affee
tions, a principle that Ins he.'n successfully developed.?
It is simply the offspringorSciei.ce, being mild and sim
ple in itsnctiou, *ud yet revealing in its effects a power
more incredible, reaching the nu.st hidden sinews or man
and beast?and yet being innoxious to the weakest infant.?
It is also by lar lite cheapest Liniment in the market, being
put up iu Lotties twice as large as the majority! at d one
fourth larger lhau the largest, besides being more than four
times as strong. We coiumeud it to those in waut of a
safe and certain remedy.
"IVluu Binoiv 'I'hyNell."
An Invaluable Book lor 25 Cents
"Every Family should have a Copy."
(iOnn COPIKS sold ill less than three months. A
new edition revised and improved, iust issued
DR HUNTER S MKDICAL MANUAL AND HAND
IH)OK FOR THK A FFLICTKIl?Containing an outline
?l the origin, progress, tieatnieut and cute of every form
ofdisease, contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse,
by sell abuse, or by sexurl excess, with adviie for their
prevention, written in a ramiiiar styleavoidirg ?!! ntcdica
technicalities, and evet y thing that would offend the ear o
dcrci.cy, front the tesult ot some twenty yeats successfu
practice, exclusively devoted to thecuie of diseases ot a
delicate or private nature.
To which is added, receipts for the cure or the above
diseases, and a treat foe on llie causes, symptoms and cure
of the Fever and Agne.
Testimony of the I'rofeasor of Cb-ttefrics in Penn. Col
lege, Philadelphia? "Hit. Hpntkr's Mkdicai. MaNCaL,"
'I he author of this work, unlike the maioiity of those who
ail\cttis:e to cute the diseases of which it i icata is a grad
uate nf our of the best colleges iu the United States. It
affords me pleasuie to recommeud him to the unfoi lunate,
or to the victim ol roalpiaclice, as a successful and expe
iienced practitioner, iu whose honor and integrity they
i may fiace the greatest confidence.
I Jos. S. LaxosiioRE, M. D.
Fiom .4. IVoeJirard, J/. /), of Pentt. lhiirer*ity, Philadel
phia.? It gives me pleasute to add my testimony to the
l?iotessioual ability of the author or the ".Medical .Mali
ml." Numerous cases of D'sease of the Genital Org;-us,
some of them of long standing. have come under my no
tsee, in which his skill has heoii manitest in lesLoringto
I'crlect health* in some cases TTheie the patient has been
cousideicd beyond medical aid. In the irraiiuent ofSein
iuul weaknesses, or disarrangement of the functions pro
duced by self abuse, or excess of venery, 1 do n??t know
his superior in the profession. I,have been acqna uted
with the author some thirty tear*, and deem it no more
than justicc to him, as well as kn di.rss to the uulorti
nate victim or early indiscretion, to recommend him as
one in whose professional skill and integrity they may
.safely confide themselves.
Alfred Woodward, M. D.
'This is, without exception, the most comprehensive
and intelligible woi k published, on the class of diseasesot
which ii treats. A voidingall technical terms, it addresses
its If to the leasou of its teadeis. It is free from allob
jectioiiaiile matter, end 110 parent, however last idious,car
object to placing it in the hands of his *oin>. The author
has devoted n any years to the tiealmculor tne various
complaints treated of, and 'with loo little breath to putf,'
and 'too little presumption to impose,' he hasofTc>cd to
the world at the meiely nominal price of 25 cents, the fruits
of some twenty years most successful practice '?Herald.
?So teacher or patent should be without the knowledge
imparted in this invaluable work. It would save years of
pain, modification and *01 row to tuc youth under their
charge *?People'* Adz?catc.
r*A Piesbyteilan clergyman in Ohio, in writing ol
ter's .Medical Manual,'says: 'Thousands upon thousa*^*
01 our youth, by evil example and the influence of the ra?
sions, have been led into the habit 0! seir pollution with
out realizing the sin ard feariul consciences upon them
selves and theii posterity. The constitutions of thousands
who are laising families have been enfeebled, if not broken
down, and they do not know the cause or thecu<e. Any
thing that can be done so to enlighten and influence the
public mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this
wide-spread source of human wretchedness, would confer
the greatest blessing next to the religion lo Jesus Christ,
on the present and coming generations. Inte npeiane, (or
the uk? of intoxicating drinks,) though it has slain thotis*
sands upon thousands, is not a greater scourge to the hu
man race. Accept my thanks on behalf or the afflicted,
and, believe me, your co worker in the good work/J a are
90 actively engaged in.*
One copy will be forwarded (securely enveloped and
postage paid,) on receipt or 23cents, or six copies for $1
Address, COSDEN ?CO., Publishers, Box 196, Phila
delph:a.
Booksellers. Canvassers and Book Agents, supplied 011
the most libeial terms. junelU-yr
Planished Tin Ware.
JUST opened,an assortment of splendid Planished Ware,
consisting of coffee and Tea Urns, chafing Dishes, Oys
ter Ktewers, Vegetable Dishes, Dish Covers, Teapot*, Egg
coolers, Stomach warmers, and painted Toilet sets?'a
beautirul article.' We respectrully solicit the attention ol
the public to our varied ai.d beautiful assortment of House
and Steam Boat furnishing goods
IIOBBS, BARNES d: CO,
No28, Monroe St, near the Post Office,
wovlO Wheeling. Va
Wheeling Window Glass
MANUFACTORY.
THK partnership heretofore existing between Stockloall
Bankerd & Co, has been dissolved by the purchase of 11,
Mr. Baukerd's right, title, and interest, by Stockton &
Russell.
The business wi'.l be carried on under the name of
oct8 STOCKTON, RUSSELL &. CO
Wheeling, Oct 4. ir&?
JUST RECEIVED
1 O BOXES selected Pigs;
i & 4 boxes I.ayer Raisins ;
2 do Oianges;
2 do Loinous;
20 barrels Green Apples;
Sort Shell A1 .onds;
? 4 casks Ko;ogna Sausage;
3 do hams, sugar cuied; for sale bv
mh?7 J. K. BOTSFf'lRD.
Mammoth Hat fc-tore.
Fall Fashion for 1854.
D AVERY has on hand, and is receiving, one|of the
O. largest aud best stocks or Hats and t aps that has
ever been opened in this city. He is also constantly man
ufacturing every description or hat and cap now in use,
Horn the very best material ai:d workmanship, and sold
at prices that cannot fail to please.
I am a.so receivinglaige importations or Eastern man
ufjetured Hats aud ? aps, which will be sold low. Also,
a large assortment of children's Fancy Hats andCapsand
Ladies Riding Hats, carpet bags, and umbrellas, all ol
which will be sold cl eap.
N B.?Hats made to order on the shortst notice.
S. A VERY, Nos HGaud 14* Gainst,
scpo Wheeling, Va
Three-Mile lee
rT^HK subscribers would inform their fiieuds, aud the
1. citizens or Wheeling generally, that they have com
menced delivering Ice in the city, and a?e pteparcd to
furnish to ail who want it,an excellent article. Their ice
was cut three miles above the city in the creek, and in
the west branch of the liver, and isvclear, beautiful ice,
warranted rrte troin all impurities.
ap2l GEORGE SCHELI.HASE & Co.
FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH.
No. 8S, Mais btfukt,
WHEELING, VA.
WHISKY, Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran,and Shoits, for
sale by
S. H. 11. Cartkr.
_?epS3?ltf MARTIN BUC11EK, Agent.
bags Prime Rio Coffee, just ree'dand for sale by
ZrlllF ,1.-14 V. RKlT.r.V
; C kriis pure White Lead, dry, for safe low bv
I ? f T?M? ggfcf g A- r. \ 1.1
gOfjiT
nwvf.i.
5 GROSS Godtrey's toidial gomfandfresh tor sale br
J. 11. VOWKLL.
au* 8 Sign of Red Mm tar, 33 Monroe St.
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS. I
Hoskins, Heiskell & Co.
utroRTiif 4K? jOBiuuor
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, ,
HAVE removed lo their new Iron Building. 213 Market J
?t. and31 Commercest , PH1LADELPHJ i. spl?:Iyj
Anspaeh, Brother &, Co.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STOR?,
No 7G North Third st. corner of Cherry, Philadelphia
John Auspach, Jr... John F. Jacoby;.. .James M. Heed; J
William Auspach;.. Henry B. Fairman. ?epl7:J6m I
Wolies, Ballard <5c Co.
ixromt' AND JOBBKKS ;*
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
] 179 Market slrett, Philadelphia.
} C'"ol. H. P. Kklly, lorineiiy or Wheeling, is engaged
\ in this House.) sep-.*6-dly
? Odd Fellows,IVInwani*, Ket lien, Hon* oI
Teupcrnniv
And other Society Regalia,
Banners. Seals and Jeter Is, manujactwed and sold
by Gibbs tf Smith, No. 73 Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md.
THEasortment usually on hnrd consists of
REGALIA,
j Odd Feilcua*?Grand and Subordinate Lodge and E.?
I * 4 camp me nt.
' ' Past Grand and other Officers, plain and
4 4 embroidered.
, 4 1st, 2d, 3d, 4 than doth Degree Parade Re
4 4 galias.
4 ? Pichly embroidered Encampment Farad
Kegalias.
Masonic?Knights Templar, Royal A~:h. and Master.
4 Jewels, Robes, Manners, Sa 'ords, &c.
Sonj oj Temperance?National, Grand and Subordina
Divisions?Officers and Members.
Red Men?Sachems, Past Officer*, and richly embroide
3d Degree Working and Parade Regalia.
JEWELS
Of the various Orders, of Silver. Gilt or Plated Metals,
ncluding Knights Templar, (with Dirks.)
BANNERS.
Banners orevery size,.style and cost, adapted to the va
rious Orders and Societies, manulactuicd to order; and De
signs for Banners, when requited, furnished free of ex
pense, showing the styie of the same when fiuished. Also
ROBES, SASHES, COSTUMES, CAPS. &c.
Comprising the largest asortment to be Inuud in th? U. S.
LODGES, ENCAMPMENTS, DIVISIONS AND
TRIBES;
Wishing to fit up their Halls, or supply themselves with
Parade or Woi king Regalia, lianneis, Arc., can depend up
>n having their orders satisfactory filled, by calling on or
?ddresaiug G1BHS St SMITH,
Kegalia and Banner M turers,*?3 Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, Md.
py (r T. FRY, A-en?. vVheeling. Va. octiV-tf
ti-wya <v. Keici,
Impoflei'Naud Jobber*of l>ry i o?d?.
, ATo. 7 Hanover Street,
BALTIMORE, Md.
OFPII:. r.-ale, on the most favorable terms, a
choicea..dselect stockoi STAi.ru akd Famcy Dry (Ioods,
to which they irs^ectlully invite theatteution of the trade
genertliy. inarSn-dtf
ALEX. tICNS. KICIi' l> O. MITCHELL.
PENN & MITCHELL,
TOBACCO AND
General Commission Merchants.
No. G7 South Gav Street;
Baltimore.
references:
Dan'ISprigg, cashier Merchants' Bank, Baltimore.
Miller, May hew + Co^ uo
Love, Martin + Co. do
Thos. J. CarsoK 4-Co. do
Pollard, Bird 4* Co. do
James R. Baker, Wheeling.
W. ir. Shriver, do
Foray t lis' 4- Hopkins, do
Rhodes 4* Ogilbey, Biidgeport.
Hollowav 4* tFarfield. do Inn IT; I yd
T. BELT. R. C. BOWIE.
BELT & BOWIE,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL
Produce Commission Merchants,
1 Elucott Street, R iltimoke.
KEFKKENCES:
Hon Thomas G. Pratt, Kx-Gov. and U S Senator T Md
Hon John Glenn, Judge Circqit Court U S Tor Md.
DanielSpiigg, Esq., Cash'r Merchants IPk? Balli-iore.
Aguilla Giles, Esq. * Franklin * . do
Trueman Cross, Esq.' Com. 4- Far. fi'k do
Duvall, Rogers Co do
Fitzgerald 4- Magruder, do
Lous 4- Byrn, dc
Webb, Rowland 4- Co.?Louisville.
Forsyths 4- Hopkins?Wheeling.
James R. Baker, do (J 9
L. W. GOSNELL. J. L. BUCK GuSNELL
L. W. GOSNELL & SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
F01 the sale ofall kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
71 Bowly's Wharf, (South St.),
BALTIMORE.
R F.FEH ESC ES:
C. Brooks. Pres't Western Bank,
h
},,,
!'
J. 1). Eavly, Esq. ^Baltimore.
Miller. .Vayhew 4* Co.
Win. T. Selby,
John Goshorn 4- Son. ^Wheeling.
Jacob Scuseny.
A.J. Wheeler,
R. B. Bowler,
Brt.ce, A/organ 4* Co.
Webb, Roland 4- Co.
W. C. Brooks. 4- co
J.S. A/orehead,
Jesse Hook. Wayneshurg, Pa. [Jan26
TABB, SHIPLEY & CO.
Flour nudlieneral Produce
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
51 Light Street, Baltimore.
REFER ESC ES:
C C Jamison. Esq, Cashier Bank or Baltimore.
D Sprigg, Esq, Cashier Meichants' Bank.
True ma u Cross, Esq. Cashici Com. & Farmers' Bank*
Me*, si 8 Green way Co, Baikeis, Baltimore.
** John Suliivau Sour, ??
" S C linker A: Co, Wheeling.
Mr Jas R Baker, ??
Mr E B Sweaiiugen, ??
tCi^Cnsh advances made on consignments. ilpff.
J OS K I'll GIST, JOHN M. WKU^,
Of IVelUburg, Va. Of WelUburg, Va.
GIST & WELLS.
Produce Commission Merchants,
No. 30 Souru Howard Strkkt,
BALTIMORE.
(E9~Particular attention paid lo the sale ol Flour and
other Produce, 'with prompt letunis.' Advances made 01
consignments.
RKFTRKSCKS:
Brooks, Tibballs 4- FulU.ii, ftiltiuiore.
Cole cV Howard, do
BiooKs, Sou 4" Co. do
SliuglufT. Eusey 4- Co. do
flrown Jr Kiikpatiick. Pittsburgh.
James Dalzell. do *
Dr. J. C. v ampbell. Wheeling. CJ?r?6
Pendleton & Brother,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IN LEAF TOBAOO, COT'ION, AND PRODUCfe
GENERALITY,
Pendleton'* Wharf, Ao. 121) Loiter End of Smith** Dock
HA LT1MOKE.
REFERENCES:
Hugh Jenkins & Co. "1
F. W. Brunei Sons, > Baltimore.
Wm. Wilson & Sons, J
Edwin Wurthara<& ( o. "J
Arch'id Thomas A Sou, > Richmond.
Hugh W. Fry. J
Rhodes ?v Oglebay, Bridgeport, Ohio.
Tweed. Sibley ?V Wright, ")
Joseph C. Butler ?& Co. > Cincirnatl.
John Cieisli, J
Sta'iSKSr } Ch,r.?lon,S.C.
Gordon ?v Co., Louisville.
James M'Cully, ")
Brown A Kirkpatrick, > Pittsburg.
Z. Chafee, )
D. Lamb, Esq,Ca: h.N. W Bauk, "1
S.Brady, Esq,Cash.M.dtM.Bank, ^Wheeling.
Jas. R. Baker, J
Josiah: iblry, Hamburg, S. C.
Henry A. Shroeder, Mobile, Ala.
A. L. Gaines. New Orleans. ap25-fim
THE LONDON
Watch and Jewelry Store.
NO 10 LIGHT STREET,
(4 door* from Baltimore at., opposite J-ountain Hotel,)
Baltimore.
THE subscriber, alter twenty years' experience in the
cities ol Europe, would inronncit:zen*and strangers
vho are in want ol a good watch, that, Tor quality ot work
nauship, his watches defy all competition; ue baviug ft
ilities Tor obtaining Fink London Watlhm, which Tew
11 this country possess, being personally acquainted with
he most eminent Loudon manufacturers.
J. ALEXANDER,
Late of J M. French'4 Royal Exchange, London,
Fine Watches and Jewelry repaired properly. All
London Watches sold at this establishment, warranted
reeof cost for four rears. *ffi?l??-lYd
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE undersigned have entered into partnership. Tor the
purpose of carryingon the wholesale tobacco business,
inder the firm ol Logan, Carr & Co.
LLOYD LOGAN,
JOS. G. BAKER,
WATTSON CARR,
mar30 ^ H. H. CARR.
Agricultural Warehouse.
rHE undersigned are now prepared to till orders Tor ail
kindeor Agiicultural Implements, have just received:
Straw aud Hay Cutters, assorted ;
Virginia Com Shelleis, do
T her monte!er Churns*
Geddes* Harrows;
Ov Yokes,
Meat Cutters;
Sausage StuRers;
Store Trucks, etc. etc.
?lr?dawlm M?-A FEE BROTHBBS. Quincy st.
'){ II I CHOICE plain ham* in stoic, aud lor sale by
?CI Ml iris M. REILLY.
Orai k* UotU Foil (,a vci y supci 101 aiticiej I01 saie t?y
|au3l JAMES BAKER
MACKEREL.
| a**. Nos. 1 and *2, just received and for sale by
?lcl4 M. KEILLY
? Cheap Table.
Come Everybody nnd see!
WH have arranged 011 a che p lable. remnants or eve.
T T ry kind, old styl-* Goods, and articles or wh'ch we
have too large a stock, which we purpose to sell off at
tome price? whatever th*y will bring
Coiue soon, while you haven chance Tor bargains.
??g7 W. ?. MOTTE BRO.
TO PLASTERERS. ~
-lnO BUSHELS good Cattle's Hair, tor sale by
JOHN KNOTE,
?US' Old Stand, 153 Main at.
V OU will find by calling next door to Greer, Ott & Co
A. No. 35 Monroe st?
34 paiis mens Enameled Oxford Ties;
04 do do broeans;
i case mens goat do
?J*11 ___ JAMES B. MARSH.
ALSO, a lot of Philadelphia and Baltimore styles of
Silk Hats, together with Gents fine Cloth Caps, chil
dren's Fancy l eaver Hats with reathcrs; and every other
kind worn during theseason.
??rl? R D VIARPRR A SON
MEDICINAL.
Dr Hall's Celebrated. Pulmonic Elixir
FOR the permanent cure o! coughs, colds, consumption,
bronchitis, asthma, influenza,croup, whoopingc?ugh,
inflamation of the brooches and hoarseness, caused bjr pub
ic .-peaking; and all affections cf the organs of respira.
ticn.
w*rranted the pleasantest and best medicine for diseas
es? Jje lungsever sold in America.
In presenting this medicine to the public v.e have the
satisfaction to know th ?t we not only piesent them with
an invaluable autiiote for the class of diseases it tMOfes*
ses to cure, but one which is perfectly harmless In its ef
fecisuprn the constitution, an can be administered with
outauy tearof mineral poison-, for it contains none.?
The tact, that a large portion or the suffering, aud death
throughout t e country, is caused by disease of the organs
ol respiration, cor.sequrn! upon exposure and cold, has in
duced us to put it within the reach of every individual
who may need a reu.edy that has proven itself so Invalu
able.
This medicine is the result of a long experience, and
study ol those diseases of t he lungs whic h ar-j so frequent in
our changeable climate; and we claim it to be in a* va.ice
of all medicines ever before discovered for those peculiar
comp! lints, an improvement upon all, and consequently
?uporiorto all others.
We shall make no extravagant assertions of its efficacy
in curing di ^eates. I'ke the venders of too mauy nostrums,
who deceive all who trust the?n, nor shall we hold out auy
inducements which experience does not justify.
It patients will persevere in ths use or this medicine,
aud u??e it as directed, they will be cured in every instance
that it is not beyond the power of medicine. 1 here are
uur. erous i?ei sons now enjoying the olessings or health and
renewed lire, as it were, who otnerwise weuld have long
since been in theirgrave. but roi the timely and perseve
ring use ol this invaluable remedy. It is not pretended
(hat it is infallible in every stage ol consumption, but we
know it to b? betteradapted to the van on- diseases ol the
respiratory organs than any other Mrdiciue everoOered to
the public. All we ask is a trial, and in every instance, i(
c*ed freely according to the directions, and if perlcct satis
faction i) not gi vii, the money will be returned.
Genuine signed K. HALL ?& CO. For .sale by JAMES
BAKH.'I, Druggist, Wheeling, Va. Also, by Druggists
generally throughout the countrv. ap9-ly
GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
rp Jl K T tie 1) g**tire Flu
DR HOUGHTON'S id.fiaMtric Juice, pie
? ? ""??pared from Keuuet, or the
Kouith Stomach of the Ox,
alter the diiectionsor Ka
ron Licbig. the gi eat Physi
ological Chemist, by J. S.
Houuhtok, M. D., Phila
delphia. Pa.
This is Natcric's own
Rkmkdy ror an unhealthy
stomach. No art or man
canequal iu-curative powers. It contains no Ancouoi.,
Iiittkrs, Acids, or NarsEors Darns. it is extremely
lagieeable to the taste, and may he taken by the .nost
I eeh.e patients who cannot eat a water cracker without
| acute distress, He ware ofDRCoaKo Imitation*. Pepsin
is not a drfq.
Call on the agent, aud get a descriptive circular, gratis,
giving a laige amount or S?::ic? ririr fcv?i?icN? r, rrom Lie
big' & Animal Chemistry; |)r. Combe's Physiology or Di
gestion} Dr Peieira on Food and Diet: Or John W. l)ra
pci, ??i New York University; Pror. Dunglisou's Physiolo
gy; Pi of. Sillimau. ol Vale College; Dr. Carpenter's Phys
iology; etc., together with repot ts or crams rrom all parts
of the United States.
I. if. PATTERSON. 33 Monroe street, WHEELING,
Wholesale and Retail Agent. mar2f-d(?jwly
SPKUNli DKE3S (JOuDS.
WE have just opened a spieodid assortment of Dress
Goods, of the numerous styles aud qualities calcu
lated to please every oi.e,
_mr4 MrN.UR HKRVKV
I miLs Ao 1 Cat tor uiljust lee'daud toi sa.e uj
Cf jan31 J A M ES HAKKR
To the Ladies!
WK have just received, at the sign of the big red boot,
the most beautiful aud complete a**oituent or la
die*, misses and childien's Shoes ever presented in this
market ?
60 pair ladies Philadelphia Gaiters;
10? do do Slippers;
300 do do JeunyLiudsi
SIISSK3' AND CllIl.DRKN's WORK.
?00 pair mis?es boots and shoesorevery variety)
1000 ' children's do do do do
gkntlkmkn's work.
100 pair Gents line boots;
150 do flue .Monroes;
200 do patent leathei Oxford Ties;
150 do do Jersey do
100 do do Congress boots;
125 do buck?kin Oxford Ties;
*75 do do cougrers hoots;"
108 do col'dcloh do
250 do patent leather Wei.sler Ties,
(?eutieincu are respectfully invited to call aud examine
I at the sign ol the Rig Red Root.
| apfi .MrCLAl.LKNS * KNOX.
I I ?) PICS, men's patent leathei Cougiess NX ashiiigtouians
I at mytt Q\K HAI.L. 133 Alain at.
JUST raceived?
70 dozen of Raltimorc Shaker b'ooins;
1000 bush, blue and Mercer Potatoes;
1 hhl.ol maple country cake Sugar)
400o lbs or country bacon ilai:.^}
1000 bushels or Oats;
1000 do corn;
1000 do dried applesq
1000 do dried peaches;
4000 lbs. or side bacon;
?00 do Jowls;
100 bbls. super extra Family Flour.
ror3 A RI nn ELY.
liATa AND OAFS.
JUST received, a large lot or gents and youths fine silk
Hats, New York, Philadelphia ar.d Italtimme styles.
S. I>. HARPKR SON
JUS. .^evvill's and Thus. ISIuudell'* c-elebiaied Hallway
Time Keepers, iu gold and silvei hunting cases; war
ranted to perform equal to any watches in the world.
ALO?Jos. Johnson aud other flue watches always on
hand and lor sale at C. P. HKOWJ'S,
del!* Monroe street
BONNETS.
WE have this d?y received a choice variety or Ron
nets, compiising several very drs.rable styles; vizj
Plain Stiaw bonnets (soil fluisiO extra finish, lor ladies
?ind misses.
Real Paris bonnets, a few exceedingly beautiful.
Rutland, split Stiaw, French Lace do.
With an immense variety ot other styles, lor ladies and
and misses; also a full stock ol lilooinei s and Flats, lor
misses.
apil IIE1SKKLL A Co._
m Mills. Spts. T rpentfne, for sale low
?Jera I X.MES RAKER
,\o. J MiH HTUICU. [Ao. I'J3
new stock | M. McNeal & Co's j 'new style
Oak Hall Triumphant!!
VI7" E are now receiving and opening the most desirable
H stock ol Roots and Shoes, Ilatsaud ''aps. Trunks
and Valises, t'arpetings, Ac., that has e\er been ofleied
to the tiade or tuecity and viciirty, at the business stand
heietoloie known as W. W J i meson's; therefore we give
notice that we aie iu receipt ol aud receiving the be%t se
lee ed stock of Goods
Which we are bound to sell.
To one aud all, so give us a call.
providing low prices will not give of'tnee. apl3
in.ESS GOODS, &c.
PLAIN and fig*"' Karages, in b'ue, pink, lavcmler, tan,
asl.es of ro^cs, green and b'ack;
Rich F ench Organdies;
Plain Lawns, in salmon, b'ue, pink and tan;
Fig*d Lawns, iugteal variety;
Fiench Chintzes;
Plain and corded Silks;
Plain .Vouslin De Laii.es: just received.
my IB HKISKEU ACo.
\YiNDOW~BLlM)S.~
PLAIN Green Oil Cloth. I-anescape, Transparent and
Paper Window Blinds,in great variety.
For sale by WILDE & HKOTH KR,
mylo cor .M;iinand "moiists
h Klbiati oYSTEitS.
JUST received at SI per can, and warranted
jan31 T M PARKER
? >7 W W 1 bottle* Japan boot and shoe Polish, lot sale
ZUUU by J. K. VOW ELL,
inv 1ft 24 Union st.
GREAT HA KG A IN.
I "WILL sell my lease and fixtures of the best Mat d as a
Confectijneiy and Ice Cream Saloon ill the city, on
teasonable terms
Enquire at this office or of
wpl9 J. ROH1NSON, Maike'st.
b'UK KbN I .
ANEW two story P.rick Duelling, pleasantly situated
on the Island, and containing five ruoius. Reut $126
ptr annum. Possession gi ven immediately.
Enquire at the Insurance Office of Messrs. Dorsey ?k
Aithur. - my6
GOODS BY EXPRESS.
ORGANDY MUSLINS}
French Jaconet;
Plalu Bareges:
Nainsook .Muslins;
Dott'd Swiss Muslins;
Colored and black Fringes;
Corded and Fiounced Skirts;
Second Mouriiing iionuet Ribbons,
Fi ench Chintzes;
Plain French Lawns, in colors, etc: etc.
Received this day by
my29 HK1SKF.LL Co.
SUGAR CUBED HAMS.
PH1PPS A CO'S. sugar cured Hams;
30 casks Evaus dc Swift's sugar cured hams;
10 tierces do dried beef;
Just received and will be sold lew by the cask.*
myS7 GORDON. M nTIIEWS Co.
DON'T YOU WANT TO BUY A MANTLE?
f F you do, you can find a fust rate choicest
L W. D. MOTTK A: KKO.?S
and save money by going there to buy one. my02
Orv I II III LKS. SmokedShoutdets;
I tJ,UUU 35,000 lbs do Ham-.
Just reeeived and Tor sale by
nty27 GORDON, MATTHEWS & Co.
PARASOLS?BONNETS.
A LARGE variety ol Paiasols in the most desirable
colors.
llounets, misses* Hats and bonnets and boys hats.
Just received by
my!6 H RISK ELL A- Co.
Removal.
THE subscriber lias removed his large and splendid
stock of Fashionah'e Hats and Caps, to the Union Hall
building, No. 85, Oecently occupied by Johu Elliott,) two
doors south of the North Western Hank
*p7 W. W. JI A! RSON
LOOK. 11 EKE.
MORE bonnets have at lived at the store of
niy22 W. D. MOTTK &. BkO._
E?eather Belting and Lnce I. en titer.
A FINE assortment just received at lowest rates from
& celebrated New York manufactory.
?nyl9 KALSBTT & Co.
[Young America copy.]
1 / \ PRS. men's patent leather Congress Gaiters, sewed;
lvJ a superior article at
niy9 OIK HALL. 123 Main gt.
Embroideries-.
30 pa rich cambric Flonrxings;
20 * Swiss and cambric Edgings;
35 ? Varieties of lace, cambric and Swiss Collars;
12 doz. lace, cambric and Swiss Sleeves;
8 ? very rich robes embroidered, iu cambric and
book muslins;
15 ? Sleeves and linen cambric Hdk'fs.
Just received by
IIFIFK E1.I. 4 C
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS
CURTAINS,
CURTAIN MATERIAL,
Furniture C?reriag?.A'C.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IV. II.CAKUVL'j*
CURTAIN STOKE,
Is No. 169 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Corner Fifth street,
opposite the State House.
HE has always in store a full stock ol.
French R roca tells; aU widths
and colors;
Kiencii Satin de Lainesj
India Satin Damasks;
French Moquctte;
Do Plushes;
Lace and Muslin Curtain*
of every style and price.
Table $ Piano Covers <l-c.}
Gilt Cornices;
(iilt Pius aud Hands;
Gimps, Prinses;
Coi ds. Tassels, Ac.
N. V. Painted WINDOW SHADES, or all styles and
piice?; Buff Hollands; Shade Fixtures, Brasses, 4-c.;and
errry thing complete for Curtain?, of the newest Pari#
styles, audat the lowest prices.
Persons sending the height and width of their window
frames, can have th*' ^Curtains made and trimmed in the
l*vt maimer; see F??t..on Plates in August number of Go
dcy's Lady's Hook. *
Steamers, hotels, CAR / UILDERS, and dealersgener
ally, supplied at the loicest wholesale prices.
W. H. CARRYL,
Importer of a :d Dealer in Furnishing Goods,
163 Chestnut street, corner of Filth,
nwrl7-lydA-w Opposite the State Unu^. Philnda.
JPaper Warenouse.
GYRUS IF. FIELD $ CO.,
COM MISS ON MKRCIIA NTS.
No. 11 Cliff Street,
NEW YORK.
Are Ho I c .Igrau in the Unife?l Htnlcii for
Mu5>pratt'ssu|ieiior Bleaching Powder.
Victoiia.MillsC.lebratsd WritingPopeis.
Kusscll *? Supciior 44 "
Genesee 44 *? Ptanting 44
Rawlitts Sons* English Tissue ??
First quality Ultramarine Blue
Tl.cy are also Agents foi the principal Paper Manufactur
er* hi this country, and offer for S;ile by lar the most ex
tensive and and desirable stock Ol Paper end Paper Manu
facturers' Materials that can be found in this or any other
country.
Their business is strictly wholesale.aud Writing Papers
are sold by the case only.
Their extraordinary facilities enable them to offer all
Goods, both Foreign aud Domestic, at the lowest possible
prices.
Paper made to order, any sixe or weight. Liberal ad
vances made on consignments ??f Paper, Paper .\iakers'
stock and other merchandize.
The highest nu.ket p??ce paid in cash for all kinds o
Rags- augl-ly.
William* ami it rot Iter.
(rKNKKAL GKOOKKS ASH
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner Oahv asu 1'kari. Streets,
Hiclimond, Va.
EfOffer their se'vices for the sale or all kinds or Pro
duce and J/auufacture*. Goods lor them may be shipped
by the lialt. & Ohio Railroad to Baltimore and consigned
to Jacob Brandt, Jr., agent for the Powhattaii Steamhoal
Co.;or Charles Peudergast.agei.t of the Balto. and Rich
mond line of Packets, either or whom will receive and
forward them without charge.
REFERENCES:
Jas R. Baker, Ksq. S
Aaron Kelly, ? I
S. /iradv, ? !
Morgan Nelson, * f Wheeling.
Dr. M. II. Houston,
Messrs. Sweeney Son. j
Messrs. Lewis .V Geo. Ca
Cassan,^
J. C. Sellman St Son, ^ Baltimore.
' Love, Mat tin 4-Ce. J
Judge Juo. tfrockenbrough, Lexington, Va.
janl3:lnid
Humphreys, Hoffman 8c Koona,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR TIIK SAI.E OF
Flour, Pork, Bacon, Nceda and Prodace
(?enernlly.
No. 47, North Wharves, and 95, North Water-st,,
PIIII.A DEI PIMA.
03"Liberal advances will bs nude on receipt Bills La
ding.
Refer to Messrs. Fousvtus it Hopkins, Wheeling. jnl3
DANiuTT ROWMND,
Brokerand General Claim Agent,
Washington, d. c.,
WILL give prompt and personal attention to Claims
before the Department, and other business entrusted
o him. Refer to K. B. Swkarinukn. ap25-ly_
LAYMAKER & HASLBTT,
COLUMBIA HOUSE,
Clacatnnt st., below 7th,
PUILADVLPIIIA.
BOA RD $1.50 PF.R DAY. niv3fi-d1)
JOHN H. BROWN & CO., -
Import, rs 4- Wholesale Dealers in
British, French and American
DRY GOODS,
IVo. 1"2S Market Street, I'ltllndclplain.
nl2:l yd
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
Chestnut Street, l/rlwern 3tl and 4th.
PHILADELPHIA.
Ren. II. Wooluanu. Proprietor.
A first Class Hotel. Prices 1 educed! From $2,00 tc
$1,60 per day. marl"-! yd
Will in ui Unity, T. A. John* A i:?.^
Wholesale dealers in Hoots, Shoes, llonnets, Leg
horn, I'anawa and I'aim Leaf Hats.
ALSO FUR. SILK, AND WOOL HA1S,
Market Street, Puilauicli'iua.
marl7-lyd
S. CULUOl'N. A.. UUWTON.
Colhoun & Cowton,
PRODlTCEC'ONnil.SNIOIV IflEKC'lVANTM
FOR TIIK 8a. KOr
FLAIR, BACON, LARD, CLOVER SEED, &.C.,
Broad St., Kct vide, bet. Jlacc 4* Cherry,
PHILADELPHIA.
Liberal advances made on Consignments, anil when re
ceived by carloads, fice ol draynge.
KKFKIt to Foisyths & Hopkins, Wheeling, who will
make advances on consignments. aj?Il??Iy_
Itenjnuiiii II. fijisslitfbot,
Hats, Caps, and Ladies' Riding Hats
2Vo. 41, North Second Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Cro. \V. Dufl'y. Lcfr ofChrvtnmt St. mar 1*7-1 yd
lloyd & CO.,
Claim, Pension and Bounty Land
AGENTS,
Fifteenth street,opposite the. Treasury,
WASHINGTON. 1>
('nub ndraucedon Clniuia, A'C.
CLAIMS beluie C'.ongiess or the United States that have
been abandoned by oilier agents a? teor title**, have 1
been successfully prosecuted by us. I*elteis addressed as !
ibove, post paid, will be promptly attended to.
apto-tt
I DWIS A. OLaBaUOM. w. II. (.'LA ? a run |
FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
WHK undersigned having purchased the lease and effects
JL of that old established house, the Fountain Hotki..
Light street, llaltimore, and having repaired and re-fur- 1
nished at a heavy outlay, now oflei to their friends and the
traveling public an afctablishmeut second to uoi.e in com
to*! and convenience.
The Ladies' Oidiuary, mil the suites or rooms attached,
will be touud to affoid tl/s comlorts of botuc toljinilies,
while the situation ortbe hou>e guaiautees quiet repose to
all its patrons.
It is t e most central situation for the man of business,
being in Mte centre of business, affords as convenient ac
cess to all the Haiiroad Uepots ~nd Steamboat Landings a*
any other hotel in the city.
It will be the d.-siie aud pleasure or the proprietor to
promote the comfort of the guests ot the house.
apl-ty _ CLA IIA UGH At BHOTHKH.
Solid Daguerreotypes.
ri^HIS latest discover) is the wonder of the age. The
JL picture assumes all 1 be roundness and solidity oflire.
It also appears life-size, and in every point resembles the
living being. Nature is perfectly mocked, even to an in
dividual hair. Tcken at W HITKHUKST'S, over Camp
bell's Jewelrjstote, lialtimore street, in the city of Kaltt*
moie; also, in his Washington Gallery, aud will soon br
introduced in all of his galleries, which may be fouud in
all the priucijial cities in the Union.
Mr. WutTitiiuRST has the honor to announce that he ha>
just received a letter from the President of the United
Stales, informing him oftheaward or a Medal, Certificate
and a copy of the Juries reports at the World's Fair, Lon
don. mar3A-tf
JOHN W. BELL. BENJ. DARBY
JOHN W. BELL & CO.,
FLOUR &GENRKAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Howard St,, opposite Centre.
jyl4-1y 11ALTIMOHK.
THU. J. CAlmtlK.] [jokkpu I AKION'
T. J. CABMON & CO.,
Western Produce and General
Commission Merchants,
41 & 42, Light Street,
Haltimork,
An?1 36, Water Street, New-Yoik.
C^Liberal advances made rn conaienments.
llopkiuaA; Kairchild,
Merchant Tailors,
220 Baltimore Street,
I1ALT1MOKK,
INVITE the attention ol the citizens ol Wheeling totheii
extensive assortment or cloths, cassimeres and vest
ings, selected with gieat care, from the latest importa
tions.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
On the second floor or their stoie they keep a large as
sortiueut of elegantly finished clothing, made by the best
hand and cut in the most tashionable style. m?rl6 1yd
Hare, I'ici*on, llofliday 4c Co.,
WIIOI.KSALX DXlMCRK IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DKY GOODS,
No. 1 Hanorer street, near Market,
HA LTIMOKE
RtcHARn Hark, lUNicr. Hoi.i.iniv,
Wu.uam PiicnsoN, Jamks Romnhon.
CyKcfcr to ?.'ie Merchants ol Wheeling. mar?8 ;y
MARTIN & HOBSON, ~
Flour aud General Commission Merchants,
CORNIER It IT AW AND n A I.TIM OR K ST?.,
v i:\I.TIMOUK
misses Albonas, Philadelphia make, received
I t/ af'Oak Hall."
No. 123 Malu st. between Monroe aud Union
. JcH MrXEAL A- Co:
p\i\ PKS. Ladies Ko*ett Jenny Lind's, teceivedal Uak
Hall.
No. 123 Main, between Monroe and Union sts.
k'a MiXK.U. & m.
HrncU'. Field Hook fur Hailroad Kligineer*.
new work,just received by
Je23 _? Wli.DK P.RO.
0(10 HttLS Louisville Liiue just received and forsale
^ \ery low by
IT'S IIARKRTT A Co.
GKK.MAN CIGAHS."
JUST opened, S5,00Oot tbe above ci=ar?-n>t the com
mon klua, bul a nice article, wliich will be very cbcap
ror chash. *
J. W. RHODES, agent.
HALIFAX NO 1. HERRINGS.
(\f) BnLK.large and fat, Jual irrrived and 'or aal. l?y
',rM M HKILLV
BALTIMORE.
Scull & Thompson,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DF.Al.KriR IN
Tein, IViues, Liquoi1*. ftpicca, Indigo, oil
Tobnvco, Coffee, Su^ar, MoItuiic? '
AND OVIIKU flKOrtnUf.
So 47, Kotlh Watrraml*i North Wharve*,
a fetc door* below Arch attest, PHILADELPHIA
Established In 1828.
KF-THOMPSON KKYNOLPS, interested in theaba*
House, respectfully invites Western .Meich*nt? i.,?,
him.Mll. .Irlji-w,,'."
J.C. CANriBID. \V. B. I.ANKIXI.D. J H M KliTl.'.T""
CANFIBIiD, BROTHER, & Co
229 Baltimore Street, Corner of Charlr*
WHOLESALE IMPORTERS, .MANUFac'I ('Khp<
AND DEALERS IN FINE WATCIIKS, RICH JF.XVK|,'n,
SILVER, PLATED, AND AI.R \TA WARE AND '
FANCY GOODS!
A VK opened their new store with a s|i!eiuliii sturi
Goods.
H
GOLD AND SILVER WATCIIKS!
From the most celebrated linkers In London, Liven*
slid Geneva??n extensive stock always kept on i,?,*
every one of which is guaranteed topcrfonn accurTT
time.
SILVER WARE OF OUR OWN MANUFACTPRf!
Silver Tea and Coffee Sets, Goblets, Cu??, Tnuibipi*
Castors, Waifeis, Spoons, Forks, Fie and Cake K,?Vr
Ice Cream Knives, Napkin Kins*, Fish Knives Kalt tv
lara, 4-c., ol new detigns.
PLATED W.\RP..
Coffee and Tea Sets, Urns, Tea Kettles. |aive and mm.
Waiteis? Oval, Oblong and round simp*-*; Cantor* r ?
Baskets, Kpe.gnetfl, Flower and Fiuit standee. ' -
DIAMOND WORK.1
A superb collection ol Jlianiond Hrace!e*x and P
?roaches. Crosses, Filler Kings, lull suit, ol uu,^
suitable for U eddiug Gills.
ricii jewelry.'
This branch of our business is nor surpassed byanr e*
tabli-uient in the country; hating tvuikiufii emploved unl
der our own supervision, constantly i.u,iu,r ,ICW
and by every steamer tve are supplied iromthr Kn.ni.fa~.
factoiies. which enables us togiteto our custuiueik
latest lusliions, and at 'ow prices.
FANCY OOODS!
Writing Desks, Work Hoars, Chess Men, Card Has
kets, Cologne I lot t lis, elegant Vases, Pautlan Mar ii?
Statutes, Paris Jiionzes, Fine Paintings, Papier Machir
Tables and Work Stands, Poite Mommies, supetiot r??
logue. French Perfumeries, Hose wood j-nd leather l?irs
sing Cases, English Soaps, Tooth Brushes, Hair Itiuftliei
4 c.
SUPERIOR A LB ATA W\RF.!
New Patterns of Forks, Spoons, ladles, etc. ol this artl
cle, tvi.ich is fas.* superseding silver waie.
SPI.KNDID MANTLE CLOCKS!
Bronze and Gilt Mantle Clocks of elegant designs, black
yellow, drab ai d white inaiblc do{ Fi*?"*-h Poicelain du
richly decoratcd.
W aTi ii Toot.* and Matxriai.8, ol the best quality,cod.
sUiiitly kept on hand and careluliy selected.
For the convenience ol customers we have erected i
large, spacious store, giving customers every facility Ini
inspecting our extensive stock of Goods. Adjoining tbc
retail talcs room, we have fitted up another room, ovel
100 leet in depth, for the Wholesale Department.
(d*Ever) ai tide from our establishment is tvarrai.xeo
to he as good as represented.
(OTPersoiis visiting Baltimo e, will do well to exantiu
our assort uient. Orders from the country will be attend
ed to faithfully and pronitly.
GANF1KLD, HROTHEK 4- L ..
SS89 Baltimore St., K. Went corner of Cliarlis.
Sign of the Golden Eagle.
Baltimore. March 21,-dwlv.
c. J.LkKKW. O. HANDKR. fc. ***?
LEREW, SANDER 8c Co.,
spccicssors or
CHARLES FISCHER & CO.,
So. 338 Market Street, betireeii Hoirard and Eutauati
BALTIMORE
nil'OIMKItNOF
German, French and English GooJi
sucu AS
Hosiery, Drawers, Buttons,
Gloves, Shawls, Tapes,
Laces, Fringes, Bindings,
Threads, Sewing Silk, Spool Cotton,
UnderShirts, Suspenders, Kihbous,
Turkey Ked Yarn, etc., etc
Scythes, Slates, Violins, Accordeona,
Jews Harps, Perc Caps, Guitars, Harmonicas,
Marbles. Look's glasses, Flutes. etc. etr
A complete rssortnient of Combs and Fancy Goods.
mnr?R-lyd1?lw
Drakeley it Fenton,
(/STABI.ISIIKD lS-'lG.)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale or lloo Product#. Fi.our, KrTTi.ii, Wool,
Window Gi.ass nml Country Pruritic, generally. Tlirt
will alsi give attention topurchasi gon commission.
387 Baltimore St., corner of J'acu.
KALTIMOKK, Ma.
mar25- [email protected]
JOHN SULLIVAN So SONS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AGENTS FOR THK SALE OF LKAF TOIIACGO, COT
ton, Flour, Wiii?*ky, and Wkstsrh
Piioduck Gknkrai.i.y.
Camden St., near Light Si. Wharf,
ap16-ly KALTIMOKK.
A. SISCO,
Ao. 95 Baltimore Street, opposite Holliilay Strrrt,
II A I, T I tl O li K,
\\r HOLKSA I,K and Ketall maiiutactuier or Odd Fel
}j lows, Masonic, Soils of Temperance, Ked Meii'sawt
other Ke^alia, Kauners, Flags, l.tvels, etc.. Militar)
Goods of all kinds. ap'J-')
Stein &. Brother,
Manufacturers anil Wholesale Dtilers in
CLOT JUNG,
ATo, 310 Baltimore Street, between Hoirard and Liberty Sit.
innr28-3m BALTIMORE.
REVERE HOUSE.
BY
J. A UKFKLF1 N (S E It
OINIKO TIIK DKrOT
mar2R Cnmhrrbinil, Ar?/.?
lVicGJuiALiIjUlINfS &K.NUX,
WHOI.KSALK AND KKTA1I. DEALERS IN
BOOT8 AND SI1OES, MENS ANl
liny8* Hats and Cups, <tl the
idcII known aland tif the
BIG Rc.D BOOT.
WK are now recel vlngfrom our Eastern Manufartuilr,
Establishments, oncol the largest and best manuftc
lured assortment ol Moots and Shoes, loi Fall and Wintri
wear,everofTered in thisor any other market. They luv?
been manufactured to order, according to our owudiiti
tions, and are intended expressly tor retailing. Toou
regular customers, and all others who may favor us witiu
call, we can offer an unusually large variety ol ilootsain
Shops, which we guarantee equal in quality of material
workmanship to those niaunlactuied in tiiis or any o'lie
part ol the I' mted States. Our stock will he tuund tu ?, on
sist, ii pat t,ol the following seasonable goods:
NO. 187.
MKN'epooTs. wnmcK'soAiTsns, tui.r
,000 pr men's kip boots, uaitkrs, irrc.
,000 men's I hick boots, 200 pr womens gaiters,
1,51)0 men's call hoots, 400 do hull gaiteis,
!,000 men's water pi oof do 600 do walking shoe*,
mks'h BRooAKrf. 600 do pegged litiskillH,
500 men's calf biogai.s, 500 do kid buskins, >>li|
1,000 prime kip do pers.
1,500 do thick do misskp bootkks bcs
1,000 low priced do kins, Kir.
novs' o )OTK'. 600 minseg morocco lace,
1500 pair boys thick bootees, 300 do kip do
500 * * kip do 300 do calf do
200 ? ? calf do 300 do kidanduio.
youth' boots. roccobuskiiiH
500 pr youths calf boots, jgo do black, blue, and
300 do kip do bronzed gaiters,
1500 do thick do ciiu.tiRKN's bootkkm.
boys and youths nnoiiAKa. 1,500 pr fancy bootees,
1,000pr boys kipbrcigans, 2,000 kid &? morocco ??
1500 do thick'do 1,500 children's peg'd ??
1000 youths do do lOOOchildreu'B goat "
600 do kip do 1600 do colorrd *4
500 boys and youths calf do orn siioks.
womkn's lack boots. 4000pairs mens', ladirsaud
500 morocco lace boots, children's Gum Shoes.
1000 call do HiTMANiirtrK.
600 I i J do 400 dot men's plush caps,
1500 kip do 300 * ? wool hats,
baxd boxkh.
300 wood band boxes.
Thankful for the liberal pationage heretofore extended
us, we soiicit a continuance of the same.
sep3 MrCLAH?ENS KXOX
New Savings Bank Store
AT TIIK
OI.D PONI OFI'K H
"KEEP 1UE HEAD AND FEET COVERED!"
CITIZENS ol Wheeling and vicinity:?This uhl nwilm
fo? health reminds me that it may not be amiss to call
your attertion to my Fall and Winter stock ??i Boot*,
Shoes, Hat*, Caps, Umbrellas and Carpet Sack*,atthe
corner or Maiketaud Monroe slree's, where you will
find n great variety of fashiouablc lately received (?ouil*i
suitable lo the season, at low prices.
Very thankful lor the liberal patronage received since
coming amongst you, 1 respectlully solicit youalltocail
and examine my stock, fit will be my pleasure to sec ami
wait on you,) thus uniting labor with rest, that I nay
have iheir offspring health, and to this addingiiidustiy
and economy 1 may have wealth.
Ladies, if you wish to purchase fashionable ami cheap
winter lionnets, sure,
Call at the old Post Uflice, opposite the McLtire.
Gentlemen, if you wish Co purchase a fashionable Cap
or Hat,
Call at the above nlare, where you will got?that
Remember, the old Post Office corner.
To Country Merchants 1 have a few Goods to Jo
lnw prices.
orl7 H. H. WATSON.
Wheeling and Franklin Cotton
Mills.
NK. MONROK & Co., having taken the Winding
? and Franklin (.'ottou Mills located in this city, are
prepared lo supply all orders at the lowest rales lot-M
and6-4 Sheetings, Cotton Yarns, Cotton Warps, (.'otto#
Twines. Cotton Chain, Coverlid Yarns, CotioH K?t
tiups, ctc. JAM KS KNOIT,
jyl Sui*erinteinl?nt ,
< SWEET POTATO KS.
BUSHELS from Norfolk; a supe ior article.
ocll GEO. WlbSOV
JUST RECEIVED.
X BAP It ELS extra Flour, *l?oyer brand;'
I 40 do do do * Buckeye Mills)'
100 do do do " various brands.
oc2Q GORDON, M ATTI1 KWS & .
KEEP YOUKSBLP WARM.
JUST received, a full supply of merino Shirts and praw*
eis, and for sale by j. II STALLMAN,
oclO No. 2 Wftsiiington Hall.^
BUCKSKIN GLOVES.
1Q DOZEN extra oil diessed bucksl.in Gloves, just re
\?? telvedat
tcSi HKISKKLL A ' ? _
LOllISVILLF LIME.
102
BBLR. Louisville Lime, in good barrels
sep20 GKO. \V1LS0V_
50
HOPS.
WANTED?Two thousand pounds Hops. t ....
???1.90 ___ OKO WljM>>_
WftNTEU.
T HRATand Oats, by ..
I oc'JO OKO. WIM?>
V
HI NTS?5000 picces- more or less?ol fa^ cnloid
Prints, for sale by ...
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