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DAILY, TBlWgBKAY WREKLY, BY
BEATTY db Co.
OFFICE-?Corner of Maioand Quincy Streets?
Eal'auce from Qnm&yrSt,. Y-i'
TEUJiH. "
D*ily. per aiu^im......... ?i .56,?y
or 10 cents per week
T ri- Weekly, per annum. .....; L.,3,00
Weekly **.. 1^00
RATES OF ADVKKTiSINfi.
THF. UNDERSIGN ED, publishers 01 newspapers in
the city of Wbeeling*.iu;vicw or the increused price or pa
per, labor aud other expenses, rendering, their expenses
far greater than heretofore, do agree to chaige the follow
ng rates ror advertising, and In no case whatever to
charge fens than the rates below; ten I fifes of' less or uonfi
yareil constituting a square:
Fur Otic square llnseitioi?....'.............1...:.S ,70
?? ?* 2 " 1,00
?? ?* ?? 3 44 1,23
:: " :: ... 3.00
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" " " 15 *f A 16.0(1
ECS"For adverti lenient* of greater length, and lens than
Jot" a column,* 118 M-ted 101 a longer time than two mouths,
a discount or 60 per cent, on the above will he made for
eacii squat e for th 1 fir*t ti<rce months, and 65 per cent,
thereafter. "
For business or pr tfessiona. cards, i square or less,
pcrainum... - %' 6,00
Fo. ?
annum. ? 10,00
Foi oirecoUimn (adwide>on& year., i ..i.^v. .^.^..i00,??o
? Iia.lt *? 11 44 44 GO.OO
? t " " " 41 ....40,00
And 60 per teuton the above for inside.
KjTPe 1 sonal communications charged at $1,00 per thotf*
caud ems. ! 5
OCfSpecial notices charged per square, per annum, j
for tirsi squaie, and same rate 01 discount theieon for a
greater number or squares as under the general head; aud
10 ceius a U?.e lorsingte insertion. .
Business advei tisements, with monthly change) one
square 1 year ....$25,0^
Same with weekly change 30,00
Notice o( dea.bs inserted gratuitously, but foneral
notice charged ?-?v i.-.. 50
Marriage notice charged 60
Nominations, charsed for each candidate for r scpa
1 ate othce inserted lor 1 month or less, in advance 2,00
Religiousuoticesiuserted for half pric?.
K K. BAKTLKSON,
JOHN T. RUSSELL,
BKATTY & Co.
BUSINESS CAUDS."
LAWYERS
ISA I All S T E E N ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
SPECIAL attention given to collections in Ohio, Alar,
shall, Brooke and Hundcock counties. Office South
west corner Main and Kiddleats. Ceotre, Wheeling-. nia4
A LPR K? t'A l.l> W Kl/li,
Atl?*M*y at Law and Nolicitor in Chancery*
Office No. 247, Main sti eet,
WnXKLlNO, Va.
RVN8EI1L & FIT/nVGU,
Attorneys and Counsellor* at Law,
Office No. 69. Monroe Street.
Wiikki.ino, Va.
N. RICHAKDSON,
ATTORNEY & iOlNKJEIiLOKATLAW,
NO. 160, fOUUTIl STRKKT,
WHEELLSG, VA.
B3*W I l.L attend, o ail business entrusted to him in the
Interior and Superior I our is of Ohio and adjoining conn 1
tie;*. n?h24:nl
GIBSON L. CRANMER,
Attorney at l>nw.
NOTARY PUBLIC 1
FOR TIIK CITY OF WllF.EI.ING,
DCF*And Commissioner for the State or Ohio, to take 1
acknowledgements or Deeds, Depositions aud other writ-1
Ings. aug26 j
B JACOB. J. n. I'JC.SDHTON. j
JACOB APE^DLETON,
Attorney* at Law,
Office three doors north of the Court House, j
WiiKKUHo, Va. 1
XT*Will attend regularly the Courts or Marshall, Ohio,
Brooke, and Hancock comities, and the District Courts at
Paii mont and Paikeisburg, and such other Courts in the
vicinity or Wheeling as may be uecessary.
C* B. Til A W r *. TLRKKR,
Jackson C. H., Va. Parkersburg, Va.
Thaw 8t, Turner,
ATTORNEY!* AT LAW.
"YY7*ILI.a,.:end strictly to all business entrusted to then:
?T in the counties or Wood, Wirt, Jackson, Kitchie,
Gilmer ami Pleasants. 5
Particular attention given to collections.
XEFEK TO?
PHILADELPHIA?lion GeorgeSharswood, Hon Joel
Jones, Hon. Chs. CHpin, .Messrs. leeifc Walker.
HALTIMt RE?Messrs. Nealefe Luckeit,Messrs. Penn
* Mitchell
WHEELING?Messrs. Z. S. dr J. J. Yarnall, Thomas
Johnston, Jr. oct20-ly
PHYSICIANS.
0
Dr. W. T. McMeehen,
FFlf'E?comei Ceutreauii Slslli sticets,
ieA-UIv WHEELING. V.\.
,1|KUI?<%I<. ?
DR. D. C. CRACK A FT tendets his professional ser
vices to the citizens ol South Wheeling ami vicinity
OFFICE directly west or Keuett's Hotel. rn'MSm
Dr. M. Campbell.
(LATKOPrAlRMOl'NT, V<u)
OFFICE: Fourth St., adjoining the residence of Henry
Moore.
nov'24 W hcclin g, Ya
E. VARNEY
MANUFACTURER OP
t'OHPKR, T1IV Ac M1IKET IKON WARE
No. A Main St., neartheCreek Btidge.
WllKKt.llfO, Va
?'.1. HMBD1N. R.C. BO.NIlA*. r. W. BUWr
LAMBDIN, BO NTH AM, & CO.,
VIUC1N1A, WU^.LIMG lMICE.MX
PAPUA MILLS,
?WHEELING, VA.
Manufacture Printing Wrapping Paj^er,Candle Papet,
Cotton Yam k aper, Steam Boat Paper,
Bonnet Hoards* Fultors* Hoards. *Vc.
UKU.1AHD It. VORMYT1I UKORuK W. ULUMUNT
L. E. FORSYTH &. Co.
(OF LOUISVILLK,) o
Forwarding <f- Commission Merchants
AND
PRODUCE IIROKKR8,
2*O 47, PUBLIC UNDNG,
CINCINNATI, O.
TYBING theaut boozed Ireisl t agents Tor the Covington
J> <v Lrxinston Railiond, en da (or tint road will meet
- p> on pt dis-patch it consigned to out add ess.
nvP:3m L. K.-F. & On.
MOURNING GOOUS.
J ET black Silks* bombazines of Lupin's lake;
Jet black muslin delaines, in extra fine quality;
R 4 nioun-ing Cashmeres;
Black and purple merino plaids and stripes; -
Black and white chintzes; English ci imped crapes;
do do Gin--h?ms and chintzes;
Plain black Thibet. Square ai.d L-ug Shawls;
do aud embroidered collars, sleeves, and
cheiuizettes.
oc04 HEISKKLL Co.
Strobel &. Blocb,
Wholesale Dealers in WlneitA: Uqnorf,
Ao. 177 Main Street, in Utebnilding formerly known a* the
"Columbia House.'*
ap2t-ly WHEELING, V A .
W. D. MOTTE & BRO.,
Denier in all kladsofVerelgn and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
No. 176, Market Strzkt, Whkrmmo, Va
M. REILLY,
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries,
Foreign and Dome?tic Wines and hitjuors.
No. 181 Wkstsidk Marrkt Sqcark,
. nia7-ly WHEELING, VA
?. M'CLAl.LtS, ?. mtlallric. jr., c^n. KKOX.
? M'CLALLENS &. KNOX,
" nole*ale asd Retail Denier*in all kinds*!
Boots, Shoes, Leather, &o.,
No. 196, Main street,
. ' * WwRRr.twa. Va.
IV'. M. BERRYHILL. ~ ??
, Cheap Furnishing Warerooms.
A nl5\MAIN SP? WHEELING, VA.
A TlorSl0?IncWulDS CHAIRS, SOFAS,
?vlrV?ndL;.Lt,f.',K,XC GI..1SSKS. Ac., ol .hel.(?'
pricra. **? krp* constantly on head, .Ire
_ WM. T. MEEDS. ~
BaobbiaderacRlnak Book M?silmc|nrcr,
iron'n", ; s,"*,or- "beet, or st.iirs.
\\ i? . k "J0"" llf* ?"??? an.I the public
lateir known Jm* J"? bo"5ht ,he establishment
booh nmmlactorJ^ M Ew,nS's BooliMnd.ry and blank
'"o iltr m-.iPi.*'i '* how Piep.red to rulr ?nJ bind
ino d"r"h!ank>!.?in4#'*""wpiepired to rule?nJ bind
"'nr dttcrifiadS, mvlc, ma-a
"'lJPc?h",hm'ni'?the countryC' "" l?
*l?2T?|,yHlanf"ly 0,1 ^and anas.sortment.of Blank Books.
Cnn DOANE & COWGILL,
Commission $ Forwarding Merchants
f?^'yEALERS ln F'ou"?orkTB.COO, .Ed tWuc.
Stents lor the wle of Pij Iron. ,ra3
BUSINESS CARDS.
DKUXxGIST S.
~ " a: c.'Gom t"(jor ,
? [.80CCESSOR8 TO- ,'i A.J1 EB i BAKER. ] .
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
C.r.er:M?^|Sa^??r.e ,
We?teOO?'-&? ??r57We"-bSSrK? entire
1\ ? stock ol Jia. lJaker, and will continue the Drug.:
buhin*as at his old stand. .
I>r. tfaker haying5000 Into one of the. Urcest bouses in.
Philadelt bia, ba% kindly agreed to make purcha><? foi his.
successors in Wheeling This arrangement wj?i .insure
th?if keepingoij band, (and oaring on the best tarms,) a
full assortment of the very best articles in their line of bus
iness J A. C..GOOD & Coh
Wheeling, Pec.20,1854. ' ; . " " dc21.
Wm. J. Armstrong;
Drug*, ITfcdfeineM. Cbemi'chi's. iPrifcnt !?Ie4- ?
iciuex, Perfumery nn?l I'ancy
Article*.
HO. 139 MARKET STRUCT, f
VKTWKUT MONROli AKO PNI(t!r STRKR9,
- r -WHEELING. VA.
ocy Physicians Prescriptions filled atal! hours, day or
1 >.i !\? tiH'iJ? ' ; i*< \ .Ht!. r %
SAUl'KL LAUCIILIN. A LP X A K k>E &' LAI CttJ.l N.
8. B. BL'SIIFIR' D.
Laughlins & Bushfield,
[successors to* HosiiriELD asp robiksox. 1
WHO LESA LE D R UG Gl STS
AND DEALERS IN
Oils, Faints and Dye Stuffs.
BAVISC purchased the stock or HusbfiAld & Robin*
sou, we have and wilt always keep on hands a com
plete supply of
i DRUGS, MEDICI NFS,
Paints', Oil*, Dt/e Str/ffa, Patent .Vedicine*, Varnithc*,
?r ? ? ; Bi-uHheZi J'erfitmrTy. Olast and. GLassitare, .
and Varieties usually fcepfby-wWesa eiDVu5gist*;-which
we will sell to Dealers, consume*s and country mer
chants as low and on.as favorable term* as they can pur*" '
chase and bring them trom the eastern cities. agf;
DRUGS, MEDIOlN fcb, *
Chemicals, Perfumery, &fe., &c.
JII. ?RU.1IBACKEB would announce to his
? fiier.ds and the public generally, that having purchas" :
cd the interest of the senior partner in the business lately
conducted under the firm of J. Crumoacker & Son, he1
will continue the same at the old stand, No. 1T5, Main st.,' '
and would respectfully solicit, and trusts to meritarontin
nance or the patronage so liberally bestowed on the old fii in.
He has just returned from the Eastern cities, and is now %
opening an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and.
Chemicals, Perfiimery, Fancy a> tides, d-c., all ol which
were purchased iter strict persoual inspection ar.d with
scrupulous regard *o purity of quality, and are now offered
to the public on tin most reasonable terms. tyr."
lmmanuel Born,
HtNDFACTCRKR OF
PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ucH.lyd M .Wain.!. CUNTttrf WIIKKMXG. VA
-.WILLIAM ROBERTSON,
Grocer and dealer in
FI.OVR^AND AI1I1 KINDS OF I?ROV'V
IONS, I'l.OVt'li A TlJIO'l ll VSIil'll
No. IT?, 3. CAST CORNER MaRKIT aND L'MOK* ?
' WIIEEJ.lKf* A
P. R. ARMSTRONG,
AtZENT AND DKAI.KIl II*
REAL ESTATE.
Office corner or Main and Union street*,
aug27-lyd WHEELING, VA.
S. D. HARPER & SON,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
IIATS, CA I?9, STRAW ROODS,
MUFFS, FURS. AND CARPET BAGS,
No 129 Main st. cornei of Union,
Wheemwq, Vk.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(Spcrr?RORSTo Sweeney* & Mki.l,)
MANUFACTURERS OP
FLINT GLASSWARE,
IMPORTERS -AND DEALERS IN
?hina, <|aecuswnrc. Lnnipa, (iirandolea,
X A km: c it leu V. A c.
No. 65, MAIN STREET,
WllKKLlXO, Va.
JOHN HOWELL,
DBALKR IN
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,
( No. 17a Main St.
KDMC.ND 1IOBBS, TnOS.J,. TAYLOR.
HOBBS & TAYLOR,
ITInunlncturemor
STEAM ENGINES,
AND GENERAL MAC 11 INIST8,
CORNER MA IN & QUlNCY STS.
Mil.I. RNOtJCXS, TOBACCO AND noiSTINnSCRICWS
STKAMBOV? KSU1NK3, OR 1ST AND S.lW MILL WORK,
FURNACKKKOIllIti), ENnlNK BOIMCR*,
Audnll kind* of ITIachincry made to order,
ou tbemoMtreimonnbleteruiH.
Ne 10 Books.
Iewln' American H|>ortwman;
j Whitney's \l iiali.c Wealth;
B.mcrb't'i Hist. United States, 6th volume;
L=ndot the Faracen, by Ha yard Taylor;
Neily Bracken; What ^ot;
Kamum's Autobiography; * - ?
Ruth Hall, by Fanny Fern;
Way and Pecember. by Mr* Hubback,
Fud .e Doings, by Ik Marvel;
You Have Heard ol Them;
Poems or the Orient, by Bayai d Taylor.
For sale by
jau16 WILDE &? BROTHER.
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, &c.
JER'H B. SIIEPPARD would respectfully in
form nis friends ami the public, that he has re
_ moved hisestab'ishiueiitto No. 131, Main Street,
corner of Union, where will be found constantly on"hand,
a large and well selected assortimnl of all articlesln his
tine, consisting of Mnddlca, Bridles, llnrnrax,
Iron frame and Wood box Trunk*, Valine*.
Carpet llngt*, Scotch Upper and Klog akin
Collars, llnmeit, Whip*, Arc.,o^c., Arc.' ?
A?* otWh'ch are manufactured by competent workmen,
olth* beat materials,and will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH.
Tho'e desirin^to purchase are requested to c&llandex
amine tor themselves at
aptg-yrd. No. 131, Main at. Wheeling; Va.
J. B.VOWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
DEALER IN
DRUGS, FAINT0* 9*LS, I?Th$, FATENT MEDICINES
ANp PERFlMKRY.
No. 33 Monroe at.. Wheeling.
CC3"Mat.ufaciu?er ol Superior LeinonSyiu*.
. . mv?3
Wholesale and Retail Grocery.
No. Market Kqunre.
HAVING pu^cln^ed the establishment ot John R. Mor .
row. 1 shall aiwavs keep on band a good stock of
Grocer:e*and Flour, and hope lo retain the patronage of
hlw customers and all uew ones wlr ay favor me.
octl GEO. It. McMECHEN.
THE undersigned haxirgsold his stock or Groceries.
Ac., to Mr. Ceo K. Mc.Mechen, respectfully recommends
him to his customers and the public.
oclt-ly JOHN R .MORROW
~ R. B. WOODS,
DKA l.KR IN
House Furnishing and House
keeping Goods,
NO. 31, tUONKOK RTREBT,
?PlO iVHJMUK'?, r.l.
TV*XT**A Family Flour, ju?t received and tor tale by
JU je!4 ; - BQANE de COW Glf.T..
Thompson & Patterson,
DEALERS IS
Books, Stationiry, Wall Paper,
and Variely Goods
[LB-General Depot for the ?aleo( all' the Popular Patent
Medicines.ere. etc., lately sold by 1. II. Patteisonfe Co.,
33 MomoesL
,ap9 . No. f I? Main s{.
GORDON, MATTHEWS & Co
forwahdikg and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wheeling:, Va.
ESPRCTFULLY mlorm their hie mis and shippers
-generally, that they have ieduced theircharge lor Tor
wauling per Baltimore and 0 io Railroad; and are now
charging for commission and drarage on
Merchandiae. W?l,. ....COc. per ton
Produce, Knat, 40c. do
We hope our attention lo the interest of shippetswill
secure a continuance of the favor heretofore extended to
ua. Shippers will be particular to ?av9 their goods mark
ed to our care^and advise of shipment per mail
ap3Q HOttDON. MATTHEWS ft Co.
I. N. KELLER,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Produce, Grain and Ff.ed.
QClXi-Y ITKKKT, BBTW1CKN y.*1N A.1D MARKET,
T Wheeling, Va.
HjTi ASH paid fori Bin, Oats; Mill Feed, Flaxseed,
Beans, Butler, Eg^s, Ac, - ai?t3
? ? ? . -v i ' "z. i !'.???. ?
KRANK CARTER. W*. R. JOL'ETT
CARTER & JOUETT,
: rOSIVABDIHG AMD ? KNERAL
Commission Merchants,
WO.?5, XxtTTBtDK THIRD ST , BKT. MAI* AND TIIK KIVKR,
Louisville. Ky.
ttWonsi-nmenls of Nails, Cottou Yarns, and Wheel
ing manufactures, solicited.
REFER TO?Fb?syttis & Bain, } Wliiill^
s. C. Brfcer * Co. j w heeling my,9.(.in
TU FARMERS, &c.
Cumberland Cement, calcii.ed Plaster, and
Ground plaster. Ordeis tilled by
H? GILL & Co., Water street.
Rvs
BUSINESS CARDS.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH.
DR.-S._P. HOLLIHEN, DR. J. F. HULLIHELN,
!L< OFFICE So. 13lt Fourth rtreet, hear' the
^-U.XJ-f'ticularcase. Full setts of Teeth,.orany
i^.-ts of settmade with artificial Gufiis. TheTium I*
nude in one continHOUSOr solid piece?the cost istHe* une
1br teeth with or without gums.
? ? Pull setts or teeth made from $75 to $liXT a Peit: small
setts froiafdEto^ per tooth ' - ? : Tes.l?lyr:d.
ftKXTUN, *JKA1. Au MVJUAKIMiUN.
FANCY" DRY GOODS
WHOLESALE;
No: l"l, Sontli'4th Street.
PHILADELPHIA.
/, W.'Sextom, L. Seal, A. Van Swkadlingkx.
W. F. PETERSON I
Fir Murine, nud I.ife Iniuranee ? -
AND; LAND .AGENT.
1 ' ~N' \ 3'. Monroestreft. WftecttiiV. Va.
ISLAND TANNERY. .
BERC EK & nO VVNANN,
. MAKcrAtrrcRkKKOr- - -
tion of Juaathe
"WMTwuridf
oj Market JIUy and Alain ttreet,
WilKKU.HU, Va. i
ffy Shoe Findings or all kinds on band, and solU at very
moderate terms. - - ? - ' 7 . ,.,
" J. TURTON,
Uoianc, 8ign, and Ornanicntn) Painter.
123, Slain. 6cticccu Monrre and Union streets,
Wheel hi-, Va.
f?3DSigns, Hamiers and Flags, transparent, plain and
fancy, executed with ueatness and de patch, Graining &c.
fcb22-6m i
J. & W. TAY.LOR,
iTIuanfactiircra nut! Dealer* in nil .ItindM of
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS,
WHOIiEMAIiE MD RETAIL,
No. 168, Mainst., East side, 2 doors below Market Alley,
tr. v- WniKt-mw. Va.
S . A V E RY ,
IVboIeiule and Betail
Hat and Cap Manufacturer,
No. 146, Main Street, .
Wheeling, Va.
K5"Hason hand the largest and best assortment ofllat*
and Cai'sofall qualities and sitces.* - jnnlf
' K. CRANGL1-: &. CO.
WHOLESALE GK. CEUS,
Forwarding and Commission
JIKKtUAHirv
Cornet Monroe and Market streets,
' j ?? , . ?ri*w.Vir
Wilde & Brother
BOOKSELLEKS &. STATIONERS,
t^rHOLKSALE and Retail dealers in * miscellaneous,
II .medical, theological and school books, stationery,
wail paper and window.blinds. Wholesale dealers, school
committees, tcachers, and others supplied at the lowest
rates at the Bookstore, corner ot .Vain and Union streeis.
WhrHing. Va. op8
irOA-IMSK, X1JV, A* SIIKIV1' ittUA UAUfr
Manufactory.
THANKEUL for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed unon him, the subscriber would respectfbl*
iy inform his t'riemls and the public senei ally tluit he
_ ^continues to manufacture the above named articles in
all their variety, or which he has aiways on hand, a good as
sortmeut for wholesale and retail at very low pricest
He also keeps on hand, cooking stoves of the most ap
proved paltci in* for coal and wood.
Job work willcoutinue to receive his particular attention
nd be executed with promptness and in a style that wil
lease the most fastidious.
augS-l E. VA RNKV, no. 8. Main st.
CJi?SCENT Hi ON WORKS.
Gill, Hardman & Stephens,
Manufacturers of Boiler, Sheet, iV ltaihoay Iron.
WHEKLlNft, VA.
HAVE their Works uow in full operation, and are pie.
paied to furiiish to the trade, artii les of their manu
lac:ure equal in quality and finish to any in the ma* ket.
Warehouse on Middle between Main and Wate? si ieets.
Centre Wheeling. sep'i2it
John K. Botsford,
Grocery and Provision Store,
WATKK ST., S0..31,
0c7 Wheellhe, Va.
ELY 1JORSKY & CO.
GKNKRAL
FORWARDING AGENTS,
WlREUOUSE OPPOSITE THE RAILROAD DEPOT*. -*?'
Wheeling. Vn.
IE5~A11 Consignments for vy aided with promptness.
?.sepl
ARTIFICIAL TEETH!H
Drs. Duncan and Cameron,
DUM'ISIS,
Nu. If6 Wkst Sixth strkkt, bkiwkcn R*c* and Elh,
Cincinnati.
THIS office, under ine ilia 11.1 ye me I, Lot its present pro
piietors, has hee ninereading in reputation lor'superi
or npetations ii. the Aitilicial Department or Dentistry
for the last ten years, and no expense or effort shall b*
wanting to give satislaction to all who nuiy faior it with
their pauoiiage.
Th subscribers would call attention to the following
essential points pertaining to Artiiic.al Teeth, viz: h'eau
y anil naturalness of appeaianc**, quality anil strength o
tthe materials, comfort to the wearer, and ^e ulness in
restoring the natural appearance o the speech; and abiu
ty to masti<ate; in all or which they aie warrai led in
saying they are exceeded by none, and equalled by but
few.
TEF.Tii
Inserted From one to a full set, with Artificial Gums.?
Full and hall s ts invariably inserted by suction.
All operations ia Deuttstry performed In the *uo&t hor
ough manner.
TEUMS:
Considering the supeu'or character of the work, and
the guaiautee given, they ate the most reasouatile iu tfcf
West
TWO TEETH OR MORE OS GOLD PLATE,
$;{ per Tooth.
TWO TE.4TII OR MORE ON SILVER PLATE,
per Tooth
The money refunded il* the Teeth do not prove-satis
factor y.
torpor the information of those living1 at a distance,
we would stMe that our facilities are such, that we can
make in the finest style, a full set Qf TEKTII in from 24
to 4b hours, and small pieces in proportion, so that no de
tentiou need be appteiicmled.
\V. C. DITNCAN, 7
J. G. CAMERON." J DeBtist'
No. 155 West Sixth si. between Kaceand Kim,
dc!9?1 y Ci cinnati.
Hats and Caps.
WK Have this day leceived one of the finest and most
oeautilul assortment* of. lints and Caps, th.it we have
ever hid or was ever brought to this City; the most lash
ionab e that could he made in the eastern markets.
It compiles in part the following kinds:
Ge.:ts No. I Silk molesklu lla'ts, light and elastic, made
by the bsst liatters Hast, and in'Strict accordance with
our outlets, Cients fine, white and black beaver, otter,
seal, Ac.f Know Nothing and Wide Awake Hat*, white
and bitickf soft fur aud wool hats of eveiy color, quality
and price. - - ??...? - :?.? *.? ;
Also?Caps of every description and of the-most re
cent styl.s, such as the Nevada, Know Nothing, Pyra
nese, Pyramid, Canauiaii, *tustian. English, W shiug
ton, and Conso'idatioii caps, ai.d at! other kinds in abuu
dance, which will be sold tower than good:, ot those
kinds were ever offe.ed before to ihis community.
Cliildtens flats and Caps ?l *11 kinds just received
from the most fashionable houses iu New York.
. Carpet bags, Kun? and Cloves always on hand.
All peisoin- are most respectfully invited to call and ex
amine our magnificent stock or goods, -before purchasing
elsew here, as we leel confident that we can please th?
most fastidious.
Nothing will be wantingon our part tosuitand accom
modate our numerous pal ions. ? , , ? , T
A Word to Couuiry merchant?.
If you wish auj thin'/In the way ol HaU aud Caps just
give us a call, as we will guaiautee that we will sell you
goods as low as they can be got. au> where l{U8sideo!
Philadelphia) aud on the most favorable terms-'
nv7 S. 1?. Ii IRPKK ? SON.
Sundries.
4?? boxes Kafsfns; 15 b??xes Oranges?
40 his do do 10 do Lemons;
40 qr do' do 1000 new coco nuts ;
20 do Malaga Figs; 6 boxes maccaroni;
3 cases do 3 do Venule ill; *
6 Irai! Dates; 9 do Jujube Paste;
2 cases Liquorice; 2 bags Aluiouds;
. 1 do Calabria do 1--do.Sicily do
3 do Sardines*. 2 'do walnuts*}
1 bbt paper shell almonds: 6 do Filberts {
3 Uoz liesh Peaches 3 do Pecan;
2 doz Piue apples; 30 do<cass'd Pickles; '
? 1 case Prunes; 10 doz Pepper Sauce.
Just leceived and for sale by
T. K. ASKEW
janlQ Market st. I door below McLuve Howe
KbMUVAL.
FRANZHEIM & LUTZ have removed their Wholesale
Liquor store from the Sprigg House Ruildings, to No.
210, Market Square, next to Win. UalPs^4uction Hootu,
wher Ihoy will, as heretofore, alwav?keepon.handastock.
ol the best Wines aud Liquors, at the IftWfttpjicesj <
apo dr.m. FHANZHKIM & LUTZ
REMOVAL.
rOGAN, CARR ?: Cfc., have icmoved (heirstock ot
j --wholesale Tobacco, SntifT, and Sega is from No.'81*
Mail street to the new block or brick buddings east side
of Main stieet, nearly opposite the Met chants & Farmers
Rank. Jan29
AT WHOLESALE OK RETAIL.
JUST received,?a large lot cr superior Bira turned
Grindstoues. .
Also?all sires very best Marietta sharn grit, for cither
wet or dry grinding, which will be hung Ir desiied on pa
tent frictiou rollers at short notice and at low. rates, at
dc20 ROHAN'S marble yard, 66 Market st
'PHB highest market pi ice gi van for Hides'and Sheep
X skiurf, by
inr7" <>- BKRGER ?V HOFFMAN.
TOKACUO ! TObACCO i!
N STORK and for sale To*?
100 boxes No. 1 5 iVlumpj i
100 * 8 lb and 10 lb lumnj
? 1C0 * medium o lb, 8 lb and 10 lb.
tp6 LOGAN, CARR d Co.
I
8mma:
Eagle Forge, Wi*ft^Si. Iron Works
E. C. DE\TOS?SP?oprletor.
WaHKIIOUSK, , NO,, {Q.llWil KTKKKT,
WheelLu, Va.
X.rANUFArTUKKKotXBWtl R*r and Fancy Iron,
lH- KM*. Axles; heavylill Wyit Forging?, Boiler ICfv- ?
els, Wiie, 4c, . . ,
(E*~Hailioadand Suspensioi*Jiridee iron woik made to
ordef: - <tcll
WheelingSayings Institutiou.
OFFI('i:,.V0.18J,Jlli.\.NT.
Office open from;9 oxloct, a. m., until 3 p. in. Discount
day?Thursday, I0o?doeto? a. mF
DCS"Money received on transient deposite. Interest paid
ou apec?aldepds!te5f. *J "t ?
"CK A.MO XI. A.
J. W. IIEISKKLL. rrnMf t.'B.'iVVEARISI.lC.V.JK.
SKWeo.,
enleWiSfarKlnd. of
Fancy and' 'SliRe Dry Goods,
Serncr or Market ind VoiolklKls, thies iloors Horn
y^v
*. C. MILIK&. W.M11UI
R. C..Miller & Bro.
UOUSEAND WON H*l!>XKIW.i;I.A
ziera. grainera ainT^npeir hiingei-i,
No. 263, Main Street, wheeling, Va. aep .1
- STEAM MARBBE WORKS,
6S MAKKBTvST* WHEELING, VA.
'tinhphUiist -----
the attention of Architects, Kuilders.and the public in gen
eral to tho inspection of his stock,!1consisting or Italian,
EgytTan, Sienna, American and othef Marbles or the finest
qualities, which can be sold lower thau any other establish
mcnt in the west. ?
Dealers would find It to. their, advantage to Insi?ect his
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
His work is done in the-most elahorale style, and he
would invite the attention or purchasers to examine his
stockorStatuary and other carved work. Monuments, Cen
otaphs, Tombs, Head and foot stones, d:c., and Grave yard
work in every variety ffeihgeijablpd,. by his superior lacU
iflesfto supply this workat* considerablelower prices than
any other establishment i u the! country
Please give n.e a call and examine my work.
MICHAEL J. ROHAN,
Marble Mason and Vault Builder.
KB* Also Calcined Plaster, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster
Casts and Models, and Marietta Grind stones, warranted '
at the lowest trade,prices. ly-d.
8,000 Cases.
McCLAT.T.RNS de KNOX have moved their who'esa'e
Boqt and Shoe ware rooms to the new 4 story brick
building 113 Main street.
They have new in store and are receiving daily*
300 GASES mens boots;
150 14 44 brogansj ii: , > ?>
1G0 44 boys boots; k
50 44 44 ' brocaris;
60 44 youths boots;
2o 44 4J brogar.su
150 4* women's lace boot*;
1?K) 44 " Jenny Lii?d Shoes;
75 44 44 slippers; '
CO 44 ? misses lace boots;
6>) 44 44 Jenny Li nd'sj
00 44 44 slippers.
Thank fill Tor the very liberal patronage here! orore ex
oxtended to the House, they solicits continuance or the
same.
Merchants on ther way east are earnestly invited to call
and examine their stock.
mrlft . ? . MoPT,AI.I.KNS Sf KNOX.
REMOVAL.
J& D. BAYHA have removed to their new and spa
? cio; s brick building*, 131 Marl el Street, where they
maiiufacturr and keep on hand.,
TIN AND SHEET IRON WAKF.,
Art! keep for sa'e Japan "Ware and HouehoUl Furnishing
Hardware, /(.so the latest styles ol Cooking Stove-, all o*
whica tuey will sell V? hole-sale and KcUilat the the loir rpt
market priccs. Their old customersand theputdicge. er
ally are invited to call and examfnfe their stock. Krery
description of articles! n their. Ucc.. f romptly inade to or
eT . . (feblOtiy
GREAT BARGAINS!
SECOND FALL STUCK
arrived m
Isaac Frager's Bargain Storei
HA VING returned from the East -with my "Seccin'1 fall
Stock, 1 shall be able to offer to the pi'fr'ic, goods.,
that will in cheapness surpass anything eve~ *een. *
1 invite, theielore,-all those that wisn to purchase to
.call on me, as. I am determined to oOfer greater induce
ments than ever?.in order to sustain my name for selling
the cheapest goods in town.
Received?ar.ot her lot of those
Cheap Kid Gloves at ? ? ? 25c
do Paramettas at - - . 2Jc
Bonnet Kibbors at - - 5c
do .... 12Jc
with many olher bargains too tedious to mention.
Call early und don't mistake the plaee.
ISAAC PRAGER, 116 Main St.
nvlO between Monroe and U
"W. &. J- Stewart,
manufacturers OK ALL KINUS OF
STOVES, CJUATRS, PFAUCII IKONS,
?a?tiogifor Thrashiujj Maekliief,
dkc., Ac.,
NORTH EAST COR. M ARRET J<QI'?KK. (ORIUOE CORKER,)
IVHk'tHKG, VA.
STEWARTS $ CALDWELL,
MAICOFACTl'RKRS OF
COPPER, TIN, AND SHEET IRON WARE,
GI'rtR KKP OF UtRKET SliUARX,
at >3 Wheeling. Vn.
COLLINS &. HALL,
Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
Wo. lhtf JInrket Square, west aide.
\VHE?U#tit VA
KEEP constantly on hand all kinds of Feed, such as
Oats, Corn, Bran, shorts, Ship Stuff"*, etc.. Flour,
Uo.n Meal, Bullet', Eggs, Poultry, Provisions,and Dried
Fruit of all kinds, logethei will* a. completeassoilraent
of Family Groceries.
CCff"Cash pai l lor co n, oats. Flaxseed; Diied Prusts,
Sheep Skins, hides. bulK*r, ege* and poullry. m 12
Wholesale Paper Warehouse.
.M AIN. NEAR QL'INCY ST.
LAMBDIN, GILBERSON & Co,
Srtss RS TO A O. ROBINSON tSi i-O, +.HU BASSKJT & ]
ANUF.VtJTtiKE and Keep constantly on hands, the
following.Papers, viz:
STRAW WRAPPING,
RUG WRAPPING,
? MANILLA, .TKA AKD
CA>?LK PAI'KR,
ORTCniST. {"OTTOX FACTORY AKD HARDWARE l*jkPEE,
Konhet; Himleih* and Fulleis' Board*.
To which they invite the attention or purchaser*: sepl3
C. P. BROWN,
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWEL
RY AND FANCY GOODS
No. 4, Washington Hall,
IVIonroe Mt? Wheeling, Vn.
CLOCKS and Watches carelully repaired. fnT2
GEORGE B. WICKHAM,
AUCTIONEER
COMMISSION" MERCHANT,
No. 180 Market Square.
fefwllr* , Wheeling. Vn.
W TALLAKT. U. TALLANT.
L, J?. delaplaix.'
TAI/IiANT & DELAPLAIN,
FOmVAKDI>ti
AND
Commission Merchants,
A? 69 Main street aid No 12 Mqnroe *t.
_nv8 WHKELiyt.. .
REMOVALS.
John II. Tfaompf?u has removied his Bcok Store
to 117 Alain street?above.Alourue?lOwUi lately occu
pied b,W T.Selby.
I. II. Patter sou liis removed his stock of Drug;
Patent Medicines, i\c Ac.; io.f ITMain vt. ?p9
Public Notice.
HAVING discontinued i he Grocery business hereto
foie kept by mc, on Market street, in the city of
Whee'iugtall peiH>iu> indebted to me are beieby required
10 make payment before the Ut day of April, otherwse
the same will be put in process of collection by suit, with
out respect to re sons.
ANUKEV MULPKKW.
March 13th. 1 S.V> , miil4
FA KT1CULAK aileiition is called to a new style ol
lever watch .every part of which in manufactured in
America, which are cased in every variety of style, gold
and stiver. The?erwatche*aie jeweled aud ail warranted
co* reel tunc-keepers.
For.sale by C. P. BROWS,
tnyl J Washington Hall, Monroe rt.
Co-Partnership.
THE undersigned have this , day formed a co-partner
ship under t he name and style til'S C. Baker 4* Co., and
5 ill continue the Steamboat agency and Boat .Store busi
ness at the old stand, No J?3 Water street.
S.C. BAKER.
snSl roil* LIST
500,000 Z
Alebarrel States and Headifigt icantcd. , c
I will pay twelve dollars pe. thousand for good twjjite
oak Slaves, 34 inchesioug, 5inches wide clear of*ap,
aud 1J inches on the heart?one. third to be headings 20
iches I jus* 9 niches wide clear of sap, U inches on the
heart delivered at the wharforrailroad depot atthUdl*
GEO. W SMITH,
JmSO ^ : i , . Wheel inelJreuvrry.
NOTICE. ir
i A I.ij persons knowing themselves Indebted 16 Mc
i.Clallens & Kr.ox are earnestly requested to call and sett'e
I by cash or note on or before the 1st or January.'
Persons having claimsagaiitet- the firm willplease pre
I ent them for li4uidation. ? ? ?-1' 3 - u.a' '
del8 - : McOTiAtiLKNS 4r KNOX.
LARD Ol-L.
WJB have on consignment a lew barrels No. . 1 Lard
011 for sals.
apW DOANE dr COWGILL.
WHEELING. S
? .. . . . : ; r~n
New Watch and Jewelry Store.
I Room, No. 4, Washington Ifall, Monroe St.,
WHEELING, VA
THE subscriber would ca 1 the attention of the public fo
his well selected stock o' watches, clock?, jewelry,
silver waie, ami fane? goods, which he is now owning ?
His stock is composed in partor gold and silver watches,
keys, guardsaud chains.
.K very, description or gold :ewclry;
Gold, silver, silver plated and common spectacles;
Pare silver tabic, tea; dessert, sugar, mustard and salt
spoons, and butter knives;
Plated and German sitvci forks, spoons, butter kuives,
etc! etc.
Port monriae^, pocket cutlery* scissors;
. Very pink razors, strops, shaving creauivctc.;
Perfumery, combs, blushes aud a great varrety of fancy
goods;
Particular attention paid to repairing watches, clocks,
and jeweliy, and engraving handsomely done.
A fchare of patiouage is respectfully solicited.
ap5-dtf C.P. BROWN.
> . 4000 Gilt cigars;
6000 Prhicado:s cisara;
?5000 Apo'lo do
SOOO Kl Dorado do
? 3000 \Ya?hiugtun donunient cigars;
4000 Panel las . do-.
11000 Havana do
6*>00 LtelaCruz Prfticipe do
; v 8000 Kegalia ... do
SO boxes3 lb. lump .Tobacco;,
32 do Jib. do do
Just received and Tor sale by
octSt ? WM. LA PCHLIN.
f / \(\f\ l;KK. wool 'Twine;
IUUU 1000 lbs broom 4 ...
100 doz. bedrordsand,plough lines;
, . 25 reels her ? and Manilla bed cord;
10 * coitou cio:hes lines;
60 do* 4 trout 1 ims;
20 coils Halter Hope:
100 pair Yawl and Skitr Oars;
50 Boat Poles. ' >- ??
ayTarpaulins, dray covers; and awnings, on hand and
made toorderat the Cordage Store, corner of. Water aud
Union streets. ,-t -.
mrlO ' CftAR. TT. I'.KKKY.
i Tobacco and Cigars!
WM LAUCULIX.No 162 Alain street, us among hi*
lar'e assortment the following articles -
1000 Consuellu cigars;
1000 La Kloisa '
1000 Prinsado ?
Km Kl Salvadu ?
1000 l?.l Dorado 1
2000 La Proierciou cigars;
1000 Prunciea - ?
100O Flores Habbana *
o Boxes twin brothers tobacco;"
6 4 Virgin"^ 4
- an?
Removal.
"\TcCLALLKNSKNO^ have removed their Whole-.
JjJL"*die Stock of Boots and Shoes, to the new four story
brick building, ~
,Ne. .113, Main Street,
A few buildir.gs North ol Lhe Merchants' ?S Mechanics'
batik, oit the opposite side of the street,and 2 doors South
of Win. T. Selby's dry good store.
Thankful for the patropagc heretofore extended to the
House, they are confident that .with theii iucreased facili
ties for doing business, they can ofTer to merchants sti|!
gTcate i inducements for buying than herttolore.
dc28 McChALi.XSS dr KNOX
7 Notice
WUE undersigned, having bought out the entire stock of
X t-oods'beloiigingto Messrs. Wheeler 4* Lakin, Mcr?
chant Tailors, would beg eaveto inform the citizcusol
Wheeling and vicinity tliat he intends carrying on the
Merchant Tailoring business in the same room formerly
occupied by Messis. Wheeler dr Lakin,'and having ob
tained the services of both ol the former propric *?is, lie
is prepared to make up to otdei every article in h.d line,
in the latest style and best manner, at very short U'ttice,
and very low forca h. Having a large stock ou hand now
he is determined to sell very low, to reduce his sto<-k aud
make room for the Spring Goods. Now. is a rare chance
to get good clothing cheap. He will warrant every article
to beaa lecommendcd, or no sale.
Come one, come all,
And vive us a call,
At No. 2, Washington Hall.
jan!2 J. H. STALI.MAN.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT.
T^ELSON'S Premium Chinese I.ustral Washing Fluid.
i\ the greatest Improvement y$t discovered, for saving
lahor end expeuse iu washing Clothing and House Clean
tng. Linens and'Cottons washed by this Fluid witi be
whiter and softer than than if bleached on the grass.?
Wakram-rto not to iujure tbs fabric. Fverjr Udy maj
satisfy herself on that poiut, by snakinga pic<e of Cotton
or Linen in the Fluid, rult strength, for 24 hour's, which
w??l clearly show that' it must be pui'ety ha ririless, wl:ei;
dilute.! with 2 gallons of water to halfa pint of fluid.
The Chinese washing Fluid is worth three times the
single sixpence which will buy enough lor a large Jamil)
washing, which can be done in dor3 hours.
.Manufacturedand sold by the eubsciiber, who ha*lat*>
ly puichased the right for Ohlorounyt, Va.
JAS. AIELLOH.
Aup*? No. 2G, Union St., WlieflUs, Va.
BACUhLOKfi^ ~
Instantaneous Liquid Hair Dye.
TO those wishing a hair dye that maybe depended up
on, we can cheerfully i ecommend the abo vel The best
oicity re'erence can be given as to its superiority ovei
eveiythingof the kind now in use. For sale, wholesale
and retail, by T. II. LOGAN & Co.,
marol ' Sole agents in this city.
LITHOGRAPHY & ENGRAVING.
Middleton, Wallace & Co.
NO 113 WALNUT STBEEl
CINCINNATI.
MAPS, BONDS, CERTIFICATES, VIEWS,
PORTRAITS, CARDS, &c.
ENGRAVED A XL) MISTED IN THE BEST STl'LE
A\D ON SHORT NOTICE.
ICS-Orders respectfully so'icited _g~n
N. B. 150'Steel Plates on hand for Magazines, IJo"ka,
Ac., impressions hom which we will supply on
reasonable terms. scpid
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
.4 FU I.L supply of Gent* Furnishing Goods, for Spring
V. and hummer wear by
J. H, STALLMAN,
apI7 No 2 Washington Hall.
Kl-EP YOURSELF WARM !
Just received by Express!!
ANOTHER hit or those fine merino Shirts and Draw
ers, lor sale veir low at No. 2, Washington Hall, by
dell J. H.STALLAIlN.
YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S CAPS.
SUPKK silk Plush, cloth, and embroideied caps a large
ard lull assoitineiil. S. VKKY,
npin Nos 14T.and 148 Main at.
Acw and Desirable Goods.
Come oh While you Have a Chance.'
BONNET RIBBONS.
JUST received, and a new lot of bonnet ribbons, oi
h-.idaou.e stjlea and sea cr colors, at
my 17 W. D. AlOTTE 4* UKO.'S.
CHILDREN'S HATS.
A CHOICE .variety ol children's Fancy Hats,?fust
opened at
myn W. D.-MOTTR & BRO *8
LAWNS.
lOO PIECES Portsmouth and Pacific printed Lawns,
lvJv/ fastcoiois, lo sell at 12J cents.
A LS O: -A choice as ortmrnt ol Fiench and Scotch
Lawns in new designs,"ree'd to day at
>nyl7 W. D AlOTTE BRO'S
.SUMMER DRESS GOODS..
A NEW lot Of be-ases. tissue^ Twisted Silks and
other thin Dress poods, lec'dat - ?
my 17 . r W-, I). MOTTE dr HHP 'S
A Card.
Henry talunt. lewis s. df.laplain, ami
WILLIAM TALL.* NT have formed a co-partner
sh'p. for the purpose of transacting a Wholesale grocery
and 'Dry Goods and Forwarding and General Commission
business in this city, urdei the firm of 1*A LLANT HE
LAPLAIN. The wholesale Dry Goods business will be
conducted at No 61 .Main sireet,?nd the wholesale Groce
r; and Commission business at $ o. 59 Main sircet.
Ample and >ea'souable *tocks of Dry Goods and Groce
ti s will always be ojpAtle at low pi Ices and on accom
modating terms, to which they earuestlr Invite the aiteu
tiono: c i.osk nrvKRs. ma3
BONNET K1KKUNS I
A LARGE lot of rich New St) ie Fall bonnet Ribbons,
just opened by
ag?3 ' I1E1SKELL & Co. .
THE oi* ol Giapetine, 'that s>upeiior r.aiticie tor the
hair, just jee'd by J. B. VOWE1.L,
je.-l _ 33 Monroe st
OIL VITRIOL.
AO enrboys Oil Vitriol, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh
O manutaciure, forsalt by
auM A C. GOOD dr Cw.
Ienl l obacco.?20 hhds. Old Kentucky Leal Tobac
J CO, for sale by
In3f LOGAN. BAKKR A Co.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
I Ofl Sacks, S5 pounds each, of Dulled Buckwheat
Flour, from Baltimore, received by
iivB GP.O. WILSON
PELISSE FLANNELS.- i.;
? PS- Pelisse Flannels, just recti ved a t
'J ?p21 HE1SKELL ?* CP's
11T fRE^Dish Covers, both roui d and o dung, of a su
T T reriur quality?call aud see at
leSC R. B WOODS.
l^OX'S Cincinnati hutch: Us boxes received |*r?team
JD. er.'Cityol Wheeling,' and lor sale by
sp!5 . M RE1LLV
'I'llf# hestquaui) ol Leutie - utmcePis iiou, kept con
i^uuuyou ^ row,.?L
rflnrd I niHpli.r.?One lal rel refined ' aiuphor,
tunc received and for sale by
agH A. C. ROOD rtf Co.
UMDKK SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
2 Washington Hall by
"cM J. H. STAI.I.MAN.
U.V1 lecuvrd,aiaigs lutoi clonics harriers, clothe*
b?:Kels, ladies work baskets, ami a variety of others
-sDcy and plaia. K U. WOODS,
ni> So 3i llauroest.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A GREAT VICTORY OVER ALL LINIMENTS!
J. B. VONDERSMITH'S
Chang Fhv,
OR,
Chinese Liniment.
THIS superior preparation I* preset) ed to the Ameri
can public willi the g.eatetti confidence that iu effi
cient cuial've qualities excel any other known Liniment,
lis action is certain, safe and uni orin. failing in no case
where an external application is appropriate Ail who
have tried it regard il as infallible in the ollowlng Dis
eases; rheumatism, sprains,bmires, swelled limbs, weak
joints, white swelling pains in the back, hips, aides, the
breast, face, or any other part or the body It is ?n ex
cellent remedy iu biuise*, scalds, cuts, etc. The useful
ness ufi his inestimable chemical compouudiaby no means
coafiued to the l.umau species, but is equal,*y efftcanous
whenever applied to cure diseases 6f ILe favorite domes
tic as.imalrhe horse. Among tne manr diaeasesand acci
dents occurring to the horse, lor which it Is the most cer.
tain cure, may be camel the following, viz: cuts, bruises,
sprains iu the shoulders, cliaps. scratches, cracked heel,
sweet*?, spinfe, pator joints, etc For further partcu
lars see directions on bottles.
TAKE NOTICE.
Many and just objections -are made to all the ordinary
(.inin^nts ol (he day ou account o' their offensive smell,
and the unsightly stains uiten left upon the skin. A wou
dei tul fact which has been verified to the astouishmeutoi
the.most profound chemists, and the delight of fastidious
patients is that in addition to its rurpttsing curative st
reets, it Isthe most healthful .".osmetic andagieeable per
lume. To any part of the skin to which it ma y be applied
it Imparts a rosy and natural flow which 'tavts foi many
iiou>s,aud leaves the velvety toduess orhealthy skn/lu
steaii of the enacted and chapped appearance whirh is a
common tesult of almost aKober ait'cles used for tnat
purpose Hence, eveiy lad>'s toilet is supplied with it
who knows lis excellent qualities lit 'this respect. To re.
alixeits agreeable odor you need but open oue bottle ai.d
try Tor yourself. *
2Axnnt.u, Onin.
Mr. J. B. VcnJermith :
Dear si u?I have been afflicted Tor. three >e^rs with
rheumatism iu my back, and Tor the last six months not
able to get out or my hed without help, and >our agent in
our city insisted on my trying Aol? bottle of Clung Fhu
'..irnient and tiy what effect it wou'.d have; and one b t
tie has letieved uie so. uiwb that, i was able to get out of
my l?a?l without difficulty. It has hi*en a b!e-??ltiK lo o.e;
just try-it for yourse T, and you will he Well pleased.
Mas. M. tHJGMMAN.
Wholesale.and Retail Agents*
' -THOMPSON A PATTERSON,
myTily F No 117 .Main street.
Use the Magic Impression
PAPRR for writing without Pen of Ink. copying plants,
leaves, flower*, Pictures, Patterns tor Kmbroidery,
marking lineu indelibly, nnd manifold writing. This ar
ticle is absolutely the jjent portable ink>taud in the known
wbrjd', for ? small quantity folded aud placed iu the pock
et, constitutesa travelinginkstand, which cannot be bro
ker. No pen is'needed, tot any stick sharpened to a point
writes equally as wel as the best g< Id pen in Hie uni verse.
For drawing, it lain ispeuiablc. It is, iudeed, the only
ort of Diaw.'ugand Paint'n? taught iu oneiesson. Any
leal, plant, or flower can be transferred to tne pag*?s or an
album,, with a minute and distinct resemblance or natuie.
With equal facility, picture* and embroidery patterns are
taken, and have received the highest eulogiums from the
tair sex; aud ir.deed ap more tasteful piesent tor a lady
couiti not be prodoced. -
Thus Magic Paper wiill also mark *11 neu, or otbera. ti
des to os to remain perfectly Indelible. All the washing
in the world Tails to bring it out. Any child can use it
with pertect ease. With this Magic Paper, likewise, one
or four copies or abetter written, can lie secured without
*uy additional labor whatever, making it the cheapest aud
uio^t convenient article extant It is u*ed to great ad **an
-age by reporters of the public press, telegraph operators
and hosts of others
??ch package contains four different colors, btack.blue,
green and redf with lull and p:iuted instructions, loi all
to use, hud will last sufficiently to obtain 500 distinction
pies-oua.
It is put up in beautiful enameled colored envelopes,
with a truthful likeness oi the proprietor attached. Kadi
aud every package warranted.
Pru x-$2 per dozen, or five ror Qtf. Single packages 25
els. Mailed io all parts of the wo: id, ou tki reception ol
the a.bpve prices Address, post-paid,
N. PUBBKI.L, 167 Broadway, New York.
OflNIONS OF TIIE TRE88.
Hrvnu's Maotr. Ixpre'riom Papkr?We refer our
readers to the advertisement in another column, setlug
foith the meilts of tl is pleading and ingenious invention.
,TI-c cheapnest should induce all to give it a tiial.?Phila
delphia Merchant.
- It is unsurpassed foi neatness and utility, and shou'.d
totey vy>.ib the sale it richly deserves r?Tribune
"Just what the public has long desired, and recommend*
itself to every lover ot taste and refinement.?Journal dc
ourier. augl4:3m,
DISSOLUTION;
K partnership heretofore existing under the firm of
Gordon, Claike <k Co., has this day been dissolved bj
mutual consent. L. S. GOKDON,
CLARKK a thaw.
March 1st, 18M. J. b. ANJER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
rpHE subscribers have this day entered into partnership
JL for the purpose or transacting a Commission and For.
warding business, under the style of Gordon, Matthews
& Co., and solicits continuance of the business ol the late
firm. .1.. S. GOKDON,
JNO. M. M A ITHEWS,
JSO. L. AGNEW.
March 1st, 1854. nirfl
Ambrotypes.
THE subscriber now offers to the public a new style ol
picture, far superior to the Daguerreotype, made iu
Y\ beeiing daily at his establ sliment. They ate termed
AMBKOTYPES,
the process for which is patented in the United States,
Gieat Hritain and France These pictures are the most
beaut rul and truthful ever produced by the Photographic
art. The exceeding fineness, depth of light and shade, and
ricbne?s ol tone is wonderful. They do not reverse the
subject, but lepresem everything in its tine position.?
They are without the glare of a daguerreotype, mav be
seen in any view, and will last Tor ages unchanged, being
IMPERISHABLE,
hence the name, Ambrotjpe, whtch signifies Indestruct!
bility. The picture is taken on plaiu glass, to which an
other plate of corresponding size is secured, with an Inde
structible cement by which the picture will retain itsorig
Mai hiilliancy for ages; it will not corrode by acids nor,
be injured by water or climate.
A mbiotyi e Teieoscopes must be seen to be appreciated
the i etier is as perfect as life.
Daguerreotypes taken at teditced prices Ladies and
gentlemen are invited to call at.d examine my gatlci y.
uo A. C. PAKTK11?GE.
Fall Fashion for Hats. ??
THE i ubsenber is now prepared to furnish his numer
ous patrons 'and ail the rest of mankind,' with splen*
did hate oi the
LATEST AND MOST APPROVED S7YLES,
which for-endurance, beauty of form and finish, cannot be
surpassed, and whan shaped to the head byourcouformi
live, fit with perfect ease,
ALSO, icceivinga'arge assortment of men's, youths and
children's Soft Hats, comprising black, napped, plain,
:%ou Intervention, Ingraham, Young A merlca,elc , togeih
er with a tiue assortment of men's, youths' and childien's
Caps, all u: which are offeied at lowestprices, wholesale
and retail.
scpll W. W. JIM ESPN.
Shooters! Shooters!!
l.eonnrd's Patent RstsItIbi Hammer
KM.lol!!!
THIS pistol, for simplicity of construction, facility of
loading and cai pit g, rapidity of discharging, power and
correc's.ess. cdnvei.ier.ee oi carrying, aud in exemption
from liability to accidcntal dischaigtng, claims a superi
ority over a// olheis now manutactuied.
A small lot just received aud for sale at the cheap Jew
elry More ol C. F BKOWK,
niyl No 4 Washington Hull.
House Furnishing Store.
I HA VK just opened, at Mo. 31 Monroe street, a new
stock of Housekeeping Articles, consisting of Table
Cutlery,Silver Plated Albata and Britannia waie. Plan
ished, Japanned and Plain Tin ware) Waiters of different
styles and various patterns, ornamental and plain Fan
-y and plain willow ware. Brushes, Feather Dusters and
Fly brushes, wooden -wa^e, Family Hardware, Bathing
appaiatus aud Kitchen ware complete.
aplQ . . , 'ft. B. WOOWS.
M.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKS El.LUK
.CO* 5*11 or WlTtr. 4?D UmIOK ST8.( VVhkkliko, Va.
KEEPS constantly on hand .a variety of books, among
which may be toui/d the wmks of all the leading wri
sts of the times, such as James, Bulwer, .sue, Elixa E.
Uupay. Bennett, Arthur, l.ippard, Dumas, aud Lever.?
Miny oi 1:1s works are bouud, in good style, with backs
He also keep* an Exchange Libr- ry. Keisons puichas
ing books inay return them after reading them, for which
he wiH pay the following prices: for 60c books 40 cts; 23c
bookyjOc, for$| hooks 80 cents. mh29:ly
Spring Stock.
JIIA Vl'just opening & verj lirje toil well selected stock
Knddler* Ilariwiire and Cack Trlanli|i
to vrhic I Invite me stieiitlou of iu>- cuslomeis muu all
liersotisusingeotHlsof I till kiud.
Old Stand, 163 Main street.
my? JOHN KNOTK.
To Farmers.
THE subscriber will ship wheat to the eastern market
for faro ?is, charging but a small pci cent, tbeiefor. His
acquaintance Is such as to secure the highest prices, and
b> this arrangement iarmeiscau have all the benefits of
the eastern market. 1. X. KELLEK,
juS7 ? Quincy street
Dissolution of Co-Partnership?
/pHE co-partnership heretofore existing between the
X undersigned in the livery business, ts this day dis.
solved by multfal cons-nt. Persons having claims against
the firm will present them for settlement immediately?
Also, those indebted Mill please uake payment immedi
ately. JAMES M. KULGKK.
UA.MKL H UUJY/
Wheeling. June 1,1865. je1?
200 Al??. i-eitectly pureOrouud Perc^it
(A) do do Allspice}
2o do do ciknamoni
35 do do clovesi
00 doz boxes pure pulverised mustard;
10 6 lb cans do do
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ALEX. TtJRNEHi
oc04 Melodeon buildings. Malt; street.
- SOMETHING PBETl'V.,
A NEW lot or cjlorcd stisw bonnets, of Lew designs
Jus tccttni kr
!*.?) W. D KOTTB * B0
EASTERN BUSINESS.
L't *
R. SI. TOM 1.1*.. ..............
TOMLIN & SON,
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
77CAMrXN ?TK?iicT} MTtt'ltlt* ilOWARP ibbUiUt,
BALTIMORE.
C?TRlCT attention la^psid to the Inspection *itB sale of
0 Lea rTobacoo, Grain, Flour, Fruit, Bacon, Lard, But*
lei ami Kegs.
(OrCssb advances made upon consignm?uts.
nr.FkE 10?
John 8. Glttlnes, Esq. Pres't. Ches. Banks Messrs. Me
redith Spencer &C0.5 Lambert Gil tins*, K*q.? Mens r*.
Kefouverd; Campbell Col. J.C. Nindej Luther W'ilsoit
K?q. ? , . ,>)al9?dir
CHESTER & CO.
FORWARDING AND SHIPPING
MERCHANTS.
93, WI ST 1TKKKT COkNF.lt OF CF.DA* ?T.
rv?iW vokk .
CSOSSIOSM KSTS for re .Uipnient ?o|Wt?>A, (MH? !???
j (01 wjtilrtl iu.llp.iUor tlu world with tlx uunoet
prompt neu
Afeiiit or the .
New Vetk. Belllmneri WkttlUi IJ>r,
R>r Hie lran?porl.tl?ii in (lie Valley o( the Olito .Ml Mia
.issippi, vu ? eltimore aim Oliio KuUioad
Waving 1 Hilii 01 well "known <*,Mii**kiM?bout tb.
Hp?.;?????.?rr>H*Te4 to give l|irp??li nge^ferllm
and price
j 03" Western merchants are solicited *o call ?t. the New
York Agency upou the *nlp?ci1ber*, Lefo e making their
contracts eltewhe*e'.
CHESTER & OO , ?
sg2*:!y 93 West St., New York.
James P. Perot. & Brother,
FLOUR AND GRAIN FACTORS,
41 NORTH V/HAKVUS,
PkllaMrkta, P?.
CCST Refer *? 1? . ,
' 1 POR8YTH AfcOPKINS,
mmms
WM.AIrCOY, ?>%
vSnGdlbon^ M ATTnewiJ & Xo.f wmmal.fadvarcea jb
consignments. .- ? .. ?
- To Wcaiars sad ftasthena Hetcluinia
Sexton, Seal & Swearingen,
IMP'iHTKRS ANTI J0I11IKKS OP
FANCY DRY GOODS.
Ke. 16S Market at., mbmrm 4thatrcei.
PHILADELPHIA.
J. W.SMTON, Le Seal, A. VaH SwkaRINGEN.
OFFER to purchasers, tUe largest assortment of fraucf
Dry Goods in the city. 11 comprises in part of |
Hosiery of all kinda and qualities.^
Gloves, Undershii ts,'Dress Shirts and Collars,
Woollen yarns or diffei cm shades aud colore.
A fine assortment or Shell Combs.
cio do do Buffalo and Imitation Combp.
Brushes or alt desciiptiona.
Dress and Tailors Triinmiugsofall kimls.^
Burnetts, six cord col'd Spool Cotton.
Perfumery oral! kinds. ' '*? ?
As well as s great many styles or rood) of our own impo r
tation, which we cannot here mention, aud which ere wel 1
worthy the attention or byers. We feel we can make It to
thnirlinerent to give ns a trial. septB
Pendleton & Brether.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
F OK the sale of Leaf Tobacco, Flour, aud Pioduce gen
erally.
I^O Smith'$ WhaT/t and Ikpol, 34)0 Pratt el.
llaltlmare.
KEFKK TO?.
Hugh Jenkins <j- Co. "1
F W. B rune A Hons, |
Long dt Byrn, and VBalUfiiore
The cashiers 01 any of the j
Baltimore banlu. ; J
D. Lamb, Eaq. Cash. N W B'k Vs *
8. Brady. ? ? M &c M Ban*, * wwuN.
TslU.nl dt J)elaplai?, f * heeling
Jas. 11. Baker. J
Jas. McCully, Pittaburghi
Rhodes & Ogitbay. Bridgepoi t iO.
Green A Dorsey, Powhattan tft. 0.
Michael Horsey,Captiua Mills, \ f,-ltnntlf rn
Ale* Armstrong, Aruistiong'sdo 1 "e,mont c0? 0
JacobG. Grove, St.??lairsvitle,0.
Peter Werngcr, Gallipolia, O.
?V. 1. McCoy dr Bro'a, Siateraville, Va.
Tweed, Silcly <St Wright, )
Joseph C Butler dt Co. >Clncinnatl, O.
John Creigh. I
/ Geo Green. Jun.,
Gordon dr Co.,
C. McMoran, VLonisville.
Saml. 8. Preston dc Co. J
JjanSfl^-1 yd
AL EX. TURWER.
GROCER
?.NO
DEALER !.V ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
MELODKON BUILDING*, MAIN IT.,
oc24 ffkwHei. V?.
S. D. HARPER So SON,
WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL
UKALKJtS IS
Hats and Caps,
[A VF.on hand and ore now receiving a general as'oit.
?mrnt or feilk, beaver and Busaiau hats; also Soil
halts ol cveiycolor, t-hape and quality.
They have teceived the la teat Fall Faahlons from New
Yoik, aud are now prei?red to luiniah gentleman witk
hats of eve 1 y desciiptlon aud quality.
'1 hey also keep on hand an assortment of nlalftand fan
cy frur. Plush and doth caps, for men ana boya, all of
which they offer to their customers on the most' pleasing
terms All 01 dera Irom country merchauta and dealers
promptly attended to.
Thaukful lor the liberal |tatrouage heretofore received,
they solicit a ahaie 01 public iavor? which they are de
termined to deserve, by attention and peraonal applica.
lion to business, and cheap and ravotabla lulea of opera.
tion. ' sp26
VKLofKS -250 in bufT;
Li I'M m white)
100 hi Kmhottsed.
Fancy and GiILKnvelope?s
Hankers Cases and memoranda booksi
Pattern Pai>er, for Tailors and Architect*.
. For tee low by
apl3 LAAIKDlN, GILSKRSO.N * tto.
The Last Chance.
HKAVV brown and green pressed Flannels', or lie
Kee'dc Robertson's nuke. Also?Persian cloths
led, white and Plaid Flannels, cassimerss, Satinets, ate
the iast ol their Goods, as they have quit nianufacfliriiig
oc3 W. II MOTTK iVUKO'H.
%tLivr& there a man with mo little thought.
Who never to hit wife hath said?"
MY dear, why don't you .go to W. D MOTTK 4c
HRO.'S Dry Goods ctore4nd get yourself and tbe
cmldren a supply or new Dresses, bonnets and other *Ax
i s' lor the Fall which is now here, and the wiutsr that's
approaching. ocl3
Book-Keeping.
DVFF'S5orth American Accouuunt,part lst|
do do do partSdi
Complete eett ? or bla nks tor the same,
Duff'** Calculations, etc. etc.
Studeuts In bookkeeping sviUHud tbs abovss useful
ouise or study lor iheir advancemeiit.
Just received aud ror sale by
*|'29 VMLdB-ABHO
WOOL HAT8.
1 HA DOZEN wool Hats Tor sale cheap No*. Jtt and
iUU 14S Main at , Wneeling, Va.
CIO fj,A VfLHY.
| i/i irtiut.t Aw. 1 Herrings, slew bftiidkiuiivia
15 and lor sale low by rmrf j
splo M RBILLY
ELDORADO TOBACCO; -
ce ?rT? Eldorado Natural Lear Tobacco, very euperl
VFU or, for sale by - ? w
ai?6 . LOQAK, CARR A Co.
EIGHTEEN MONTH8
TT AVE expired siuce lcoucluded to close my Dry Good
XX business; and having mftuy personsstUlindebted to
?tie, 1 hope they do not want longer time to ply for Goods
that should have beenpai^foi ioiiKSince. ,.
Don't be ashamed, but come along and get a receipti
full. TH. JOHNSTON, Jr., ?
mr6 warebojiseof Sweeney, Johnston 4c Co.
Pti c
Bells! Bells!!
MKNEELY'Scelebiated Church, Factory,Steamboat.
Locomotive, Plantation, Reboot House and othei
hella, aold by
JAR. M. DILLON. Apat.
iyHjlyr?d_? Wwuruiw. v..
ASSIGNEE S NOTICE. . .
A LL peraona indebted to Wheeler 6t LaklA.'by book
J\_ account or olliertviae, e<e hereby botifted that pay
ment must be made to me forthwith, they hevtaf oaaiinaj
the same to nie tor the beoellt or their creditor*.
i.nl8 J. H. PKND'.RTON. T.roatae
LYON'S KATHAIRON. '
O A i'O/r.y Lyon's Katlia: ron, Juat received and fur
ule by THOMi'SON <t PATllSKSOH,
if , ?n Mall at
NEW GOODS BY EXPRESS, s
in PIECES Uwna, Inhandaoiueatyleai
1\J 1 do balrcloih Hkirtingi
I do b-ack Net, (or mautlaei
o do black Guipure lace)
3 do black Braaaela do
Ju7 HBIBKELL* Co.
Hflirtings and Irish Liiytn.
WE have on baud all the beat niakeaof bleached ahirt
inga and Irish Uneua thai are aold in thla counti y, and
at the lowest price*. ?
oca . W. 1). MOTTJt * HKO
PUR* Cider Vinegar?60 bairela, warranted pure, in
atoreandfor aale by
""a . W. MWfcLY.
LIP PINCOTT'8 GAZETTEER.
Acoaaslcie Pi-jiioiuxiu Gaietteer, or Geofrephi
ca: Dictionary of the World, contalnlnta notice and
pronunciation ol the name ?( nearly one hundred tbouaanil
places, eic etc.i edited by J. Thomas, M I)., and T.
Balilwtni one larce 8 vo volume. Juat received and lor
tale by TH0MW05 & MTTKKTOI,
oc23 tit telnet
PIG IRON, . _
WE keep tor aale beat quantity Haniinf Rock Pl< Iron
,or panSZ??l * cowguj.
Tf'UIU luliajf'Lliuiueiil a^t^ ?i.
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