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INTELLIGENCER
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE.
The undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends
and the public generally, that 111 connection with the office of
the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted
tip for u?- execution of all kinds of
PLAIN ANDORNAlIBNTAIi PBWTIWG .
Their material* being mostly nevr, " and embracing the la
test styles of Job Type, and their large and well ^elected
stock of Paper, Caw!s, Inks, Ac? being purchased at the low
i^tca^h prices, and the Job Office b*>ing a distinct department
carefully and efficiently managed, they can guarantee to
thoir onetomer* entire satisfaction, as regards the
IVMtHeM,Ac?iirac7 aadrem ytneas
with *vh!ch their work will be done.
Thev are prepared to execute
Camps, Psooa uuf,
CI3CCLAM, P**tems,
L i??fli?. CVCCFMT Rri.LM,
Btu. Ha ad*. Ball Tickets,
Bill.* Laduw, SniAitaoAT Bills,
Bajck Coxes*, Accnox Bills,
Oanaa Boou, Drat Ticsrth,
Nvrsa, Vhuvzut Boocs,
fHwas. Kailhoad Bla:?u,
Kscwrra, Hotml Rfeatsrium,
iVittUX, Sl'MMOX.*,
Hiurms Klkctiom Tickets,
And every other description of Letter Press Printing. Also
all kind.'* of work in
COLORS and bronzes.
IITAil *rder* from a distance promptly attended to.
BEATTY A CO.
ADVERTISEMEyTS.
No. 1, Sprigg House Emporium!!
SLOTHS, CASSJMERES .J- VESTINOS.
1TAKK pleasure In being able to ?ay to my old customers
and the fashionable community, that I have just returned
from New fork and have been able to procure the most fash
ionable Goods for the season that the Great Rmporlum, New
York, can import from France and the old countries; and hav
ing dispensed with the sale of Common Clothing, gives me
mora room and time to attend to the wants of all of my
costomejui in the Fashionable way. My new stock now con
sists of
BLACK, BROWN. GREEN, BLCBf OLIVE AND
DAHLIA CLOTHS.
Also?Silk and Wool Oashmeretts, all shades and color*,
Jlocabaxine, Drspiter Summer Cloths, Liu en and Grass clotfvj,
A?., for making Frock, Dress, Hack and Business Coats.?
Frtneh, English and American Casslraeres; also, Ducks, Lin
?& Drilling!!, Jtc. for makingPant*.
A* to Te-itlngrf, I have th*. most beautiful selection ever
looked at la any aity, all of wnieh I am now prepared to make .
ur> In the mo-t fashionable and best style, a- 1 have secured '
Sir. Rcessu.'* services as Cutter for the eoming season, I
fcet certain in faying that I can fUrnieh better clothes than
any house west of the mountains.
In connection with the above I have a beautlftil assortment
of Furnishing Goods, all fine, seasonable and fashionable,
consisting of Cloth, Cauhnere, Cashmerett, Bombasine,
tf rass Linen, Drabita and Plain Linen, Frock, Dress and Bus
lars* Coats, Tests and Pants, made from the moat Fashiona
ble and Seasonable Goods, in great variety.
Abo, Linen and Cotton Shirts, Silk, Linen, lambs wool and
<Mwa L'nder-shiris and Drawers; Cravats, Steele*, Collars,
tBLo^es and Suspender*.
Hosiery lu great variety; also, every other article suitable
for completing a gentleman's wardrobe.
All the above named articles, together with many others,
can be found at my store, No. 1 Sprigg House.
Please call In and take a look, and much oblige yours,
mrtl 8. RICE.
NOTICE^fclXTRA.
1 have * small stock of Common Clothing that I will dis
pose of at cost, or even les% to tnako room for my Spring
Stock of Fine Good-*.
utfgl P. R1CB.
Savings Banlc Store.
SEW PA31UONKD IKTTBRd AT TUB OLD PO.iTOFFXCK!
I AM NOW receiving and owning an unusually large and
general assortment of Boots, 9hoe.?, Hats, Bonnet", l?m
beella* and CarprtSacks, at the corner of Market and Mon
rse ?trcets. Wheeling, Va., in the mom formerly occupied as
the Post Office and opposite the McLure House, a very large
and entUvly new stock which was purchased for ca?.h, from
the manufacturer!* of the North, under the most favorable
?Ireumntancrs, and offer them to the citizens of Wheeling
and vicinity at reduced, wholesale and retail, and respectful
ly solicit a share of patronage.
I leenx it useless to say much in praise of my stock. If I
mistake not, the people of Wheeling are not io easily hum
bugged by advertising puffs; suffice it to say I have any vari
ety of men'rf. youth*' and hoys* Hoots and Shoes, mirror, silk,
moleskin, wool, Leghorn, brash and straw Hats, and for La
di?h every variety of Silk, Lawn. Straw and Braid Bonnets of
tb* most recent fashions and styles.
Also?Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters, both for ladle*, misses
and children, of the most fashionable Style, make and quality
?call uud *ee for yourselves.
Having purchased a large fttock of the above named arti
cles, I would respectfully invite Country Merchants to call
and see me, or send me their orders. I will Uuplicate bills
purchased in the eastern cities for cash.
_ap8 B. II. WATSON.
XEW AN I> DESIRABLE GOODS.
Come on While Yon J fare a Choice!!!
BOXXKT niBBOSS.
JC3T revived, a nt-w lot of Bonnet Ribbon*, of handiomo
stales and scarce color-, at
my IT W. D. MOXTE A DUO'S.
CniLDP.ZS'S IIA TS.
AVKRV eholce variety of Children'* Fancy Hats,?just
opened at
my 17 W. D. MOTTE A BRO'i.
LJ H'XS.
AA PIECES Portsmouth and Pacific printed Lawns, fast
Al/l/ colors, to sell at I* cents.
ALSO? a choice assortment of French and Scotch Lawns in
new design*, ree'd to-day at
mjrlT W. D. MOTTK A BRO'S.
DJlES.i GOODS.
A XEW lot of Beragcs, Tissues, Twisted Silks, and other
thin Dress Goods, ree'd at
_mjl? _ W. P. MOTTK k BRO'S.
A A BOXES Raisins; 16 boxes Orange*;
^1/ 40 }i 44 10 44 Lemons;
40 M 44 1000 uew Coco Nut?;
i!l boxes Malaga Figs; 6 boxes maccarotd;
8 cases " ;> " Vermicelli;
6 frail Date*; 5# 14 Jujube Paste;
2 cases Liquorice; i bags Almonds;
l 44 Calabria do; 1 44 Sicily do;
H ?* Sardine*; 2 44 Walnuts;
I bl paper shell Almonds; t? 14 Filbert";
ft do* Fresh Peaches; ft 44 Pecans;
3 44 Ptue Apples; 80 dot aesorted Pickles;
1 cane Prunes; 12 4% Pepper Sauce.
Ju*t received and for sale bv
T. H. ASKEW, Market st.
ialU I door below MrLure HouPe.
KEEP YOntSKLF WARM.
f "C8T received, a full suppl> of merino Shirts and Drawers,
CJ and fer sale by J. TT. STALLM AN.
??10 No. 2, Washington Hall.
~i *% DtT/w . buckskis fiLOvrs.
5? tsrssus^,
GHO. WIL3QX.
thousmali po'unUa Hop..
TZ , OKO WILSON.
w
~ WANTKD.
MKAT and Oau, by
ociK
OBa WILSON.
HATS AND CAPS.
sntt an
*nd Rinjinurc Jivies.
3. P. HARPER A SON.
-rv-~? , ? "ATS AND CAPS
S.D. IIARI'RR Acnv
WASTED.
10O second baud Flour barrels
mhfti GEO. WILSON, Market sq.
^ A PBS. men's patent leather Congress Gaiters, sewed; a
lu superior article at
my OAR nALL, 123 Main ?!.
3ADT)r>eftH HARDWARE
AND COACH TRIMMING.
JUST opened, a large asaortmeut of Saddlers' Hardware
and Coach Trimming*, Coach and Leather Tarnish, Bug
f' Bows, Hubs, Spoke*. Felloes, Carriage and Tire Bolts,
ulieable Irons, Patent and Bnamelled Leather, and every
rat: used by the trade, to which I Invite the attention of the
public. JOHN KNOTB,
tmxltt Old Stand, 153. Main at.
NOTICE.
WD. MOTTE has associated with him as a partner, his
? brother, J. W. Morris, the partnership commencing on
the 11th lust. The style of the firm will be
febtf W. D. MOTTK 4 DROTHKR.
SECOND NOTICE. .
4 LL persons indebted to W. D. Morris are i*quested to call
JV and settle their accounts immediately.
frblA W. D. MOTTK.
BOUND TO SHAVE.
Dr. JAQUES LKCOCLTUK'S celebrated warranted Ra
cor*. They shave with the greatest ease, and are the
beet ever brought to this market.
Jut received at C. P. BROWN'S
New Jewelry Store,
d?19 Washington Hall.
. SCGAR CURSD HAMS.
PUIPP'3 1 CO.?3 sugar cured Hams;
JO c*sk* Evans 4 Swift's sugar cured hann;
10 tierces do dried beeft
Jost received and will be sold low bv the cask.
I GORDON. MATTI1RWS4 CO?
' dost toi; Want to iiuy a mastlkj
TPyon de, you do, yen can egt Artt rate choice at '
1 IV. b. MOTTE <t~ QRfl.'Si
and *ave money by going there to buy one. rav 33
'ft Ai\A LBS mioked Shoulders;
4 O^Uvll 23,1100 lb* do Ham-.
Just received and for sale by
3j2I finnno*: ?? * -?-~
..v . <wi ior !Mue ov
_ GORDON, MATTnKWSJt CO. _
" fiABASOLS-BOXXSTS.
A. LARGE variety of Parasols in the most^deslrabie colors.
Bonnets, misses' H*ts and bonnete and bonnets hate.
Just received by
myfrl HPSRERL4C0.
Removal.
HHHB subscriber has removed his large and splendid stock
A of Fashionable Hats and Caps t? the Union H*U build
tag. No. S5, (recently occupied, by John BUiott) two doors
south of the North We?:ern Bank.
a?7. W. W. JIMFSON.
' ? LOOK HERE!
MOR* bonnets hare arrived at the store of
W. D. MOTTK 4 BRO.
PS SALT.
ft BA RJtKLS reccelved by
^y. J oeH GKQ. WILSON.
(? A&Z-?~jbherial Oil, for sale-low by
> oeld LAUOULINS 4 BUSH FIELD.
xofxxTS.
"VTBW bonnets, and Elegant Ribbons to mat^h, just receiv
xi edat ' i
<w? W. D. MOTTE 4 ABO'S.
IdAS& 8herry Wine, to arrive and for sale bv
a*U A. C. GOOD 4 OO.
gomBY-lWwf
rcszxys.
rrateBurw;
Nafcuook Miutlor
OMV?ewtH UoMlira
qMcM^K^^L
;? Hggmj i co. , I
MEDICAL.
Prof. Woods'
IT AIR RKSTOHATIVE i? now for ih? Dm
J.JL time introduced to the citizens of Wheeling, at No. 38
Slonroe street, which i* the only sure remedy ever Invented
that will effectually restore the grey hafrS anil whiskers 'to
the original color of youth, without dying; cover the bald
head in a short time with the naturnl curing, remove dand
ruff, aod prevent the hair from falling off, and 1* free from
the illtby sediment so objectionable in diver* preparations of
differeut names now before the public; the RKrfrunaTivs is a
beautiful article for the toller, for the old or young, and can
only be appreciated by its use; and all are respectfully Invi
ted to call at the Depot and examine the testimonials of ladies
and gentlemen of high reputation In the Mouth and West,
where it was invented, but will refer to the certificate below
of the dUtlngui-ihed statesman and Senator, Judge Breese, of
Illinois.
Casi.tlk, IU? June 47, MM. |
I have used Prof. 0. S. Wood*' 'Hair Restorative,' and
have admired the wonderful effect. My hair'was becoming
as 1 thought, prematurely grey, but by the use of his 'Resto
rative' it has resumed its original color, and I have no doubt
permanently bo.
.Sf DNEY BRKESE,
Kc-&?nator of the United States.
Pr?r. Woods' Oriental Hountlve Liniment.
This Liniment is a valuable auxiliary in the treatment of
some of the most formidable diseases with which it is our lot
to contend, for instance, inflammation 6/ /A* lung* and
boioebi. By a thorough and continued application of this
Liniment over the region of the affected organ, these other
wise formidable disease* are at once disarmed of more than
half their terrors, particularly among children,, and thous
ands of mothers, were they allowed to speak, would with all
the eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united tes
timony to the fact that it had snatched - their chUdren from
the very jaw* of death, and restored them to their, former
health and beauty. Again, it will be found a powerful auxil
iary in removing what is generally known as an Ague Cake,
or an enlargement of the spleen, in all cases where ah exter
nal application is of service, this liniment will be found uiefitL
GENERAL DEPOT 6W Broadway, New York; and 114
Market ft., St. Louis.
For sale wholesale and retail In Wheellwg by ,..r
J. B. VOWELL, Monroe St., and
T. If. LOGAN k CO.,
Marchli Bridge Cornrr.
" ~~THE^GREAf
AMERICAN REMEDY!!
AN INFALLIBLE CURE
For Chill* and Feters, Iiilliouuieiu, Dyipepnia,
Lifer Complaint. Diarrhaa, Dytentery,
/'ilea, and all DUemti of t/ut
Stomach aiul fiowel#, and
Impurities of the
Btooil.
CRiirma >tk.
Jl'lv, 1?S.
Dr. 7Ta#tatt:?Sir; Having analysed a bottle of your
Wormwood Cordial, and tested its various qualities, I take
great pleasure in giving my testimony in Its favor, as the
articles composing It, being entirely vegetable, are perfectly
safe, and such as any unprejudiced Physician would not hes
itate to prescribe to his patients. I have administered it to
my wife, whose health for sometime past has been exceeding
ly feeble, ami it has ?trengthened and invigorated lier great
ly. I therefore recommend it with perfect confidence to
the public in all cases of Dyspepsia, Debility, and all other
diseases for which it la recommended.
Yours truly, J. W. Psbkissov, .>1. D.,
9S Camden street, Baltimore.
{2#~For sale by HAT3TATT?% CO., So. 56 Howard street,
between Pratt aud Camden, Baltimore, and by Druggists
generally.
WJf. J. J R.MSmOXG,
nvlS Whaling, Va.
GREAT VICTORY OVER ALL LIXMENT^!
J. B. Vondersmitli'a
CHAN or FECIT,
OK
CHINESE LJ N I M E N T.
THIS superior preparation is presented <o the American
public with the greatest conlidence in its ellicient cura
tive qualities excel any other known Liniment. Its action is
certain, safe and uniform, failing in no ca><e where an exter
nal application is appropriate. All who have tried it regard
it as infallible m the following disease*: Rheumatism,Sprains,
Bruises, Swelled Limbs, -Weak Joints, White Swelling, Pain*
in the Back, llips, Sides, the Breast, Face, or any other part
of the body. It to an excellent remedy In Bruises, Scalds,
Cut-, Ac. The usefulness of this inestimable chemical com
pound Is by no means emitted to the human species, hut is
efficacious whenever applied to the diseases of the favorite
domestic animal the horse. Arannfr the many diseases and
accidents occurring to the horse, for which it is the most cer
tain cure, may be named the following: Cuts, Bruises, Sprains,
in the Shoulders, Chap*, Scratches, Cracked Ileels, Sweeney,
Spiae, Pator Joints, etc. For further particulars nee direction
on bottles.
TAKE NOTICE.
Many and just objections are made to all the ordinary Lini
ments of the day on account of their offensive smell, and the
unsightly stains often left upon the skin. A wonderful fact
which has been vcrilled to the astonishment of the most pro
found chemist*, and the delight of fastidious patients is that
in addition to its surprising curative effects, it is the most
healthful cosmetic and agreeable perfume. To any part of
the skin to which it may he applied it imparts a rosy and nat
ural glow which lasts for many hours, aud leaves the velvety
softness of healthy skin, instead of the erected ami chapped
appearance which is a common result of almost all ar
ticles used for that purpose. Hence, every lady's toilet Is
supplied with it who knows its excellent qualities in this re
spect. To realize its agreeable odor you need but open one
bottle and try for yourself.
ZiNK.-sviLLK, Ohio.
Mr. J. JB. Yondertmith:
llBAR Sir:?1 have been afflicted for three years
with Rheumatism in my back, ami for the la*t six months not
able to pet out of my bed without help, and your agent iu our
city IniiMted on my trying one bottle of Chang Fhu Liniment
and try what effect it would have; and one bottle has relieved
me no much that I was able to get out of my bed without diffi
culty. It has been a blessing to me: just try for yourself and
you will be well pleated.
Mm. M. COCHRAN.
Wholesale and Retail Agents,
T. II. LOGAN k CO.,
!' iny7:ty Bridge Corner.
Public Notice.
HAVING discontinued the Grocery business heretofore
kept by me, on Market street, in the city of Wheeling,
all persous indebted to me are hereby required to make pay
mem before tha 1st day of April, otherwise the same will be
put In the process of collection by suit, without respect to
persons. ANDREW MCLDEW.
31 arch 13 th, 1555 mar!4
PARTICULAR attention is called to a new style of lever
watch, every jpart of ichie/i is manufactured in Amer
ica y which is cased in every variety of style, gold and silver.
The?a watches are jeweled and all warranted to be correct
time-keeperi.
For sale by ' C.P.BROWN,
tnavl Washington Hall, Monroe ?t.
NOTICE.
4 LL persons knowing themselv?e? indebted to McClallens k
JrX. Knox are earnestly requested to call and Mettle by cash
or note on or before the flr?t of January.
Persons having claims against the Arm will please present
thain for liquidation.
pcl8 McCLALLENS 1 KNOX.
XEW BOOKSZ
Lewis* american sportsman;
Whltne.vN Metallic Wealth;
Bancroft's Hist. United States, 5ih volume:
Land of the Saracen, by Bayard Taylor;
Nelly Bracken; What Not;
BarnumN Autobiography;
May and December, by Mrs. Uubback;
Pudge Doings, by Ik Marvel;
You Have Heard of them:
Poems of the Orient, by Bayard Taylor.
For sale by
jan!6 WILDK & BROTHER.
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, &o
JER'II. B. SlIEPPARD would respectfully Inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed hie
_ -establishment to No. 131, Main Street, corner of
Union, where he will be found con*tantly on hand, with a
large and wrll selected assortment of all article* iu his line,
consisting of SADDLES; bridles, HARNESS, IRON FRAEE
AND WOOD BOX TRUNKS, valines, CARPET BAGS,
SCOTCH UPPER A HOG SKIN COLLARS, IIAMES, W HIPS,
kc.ii&c.t Jrc. 'V . *
All of which are manufactured by competent workmen, of
the best materials, and will be sold chbap for cash.
Those desiring to purcha^o are requested to xall and exam
ine for themselves at . 1 -
apl3-yrd No. iSl, Main St., Wheeling, Va.
~~ I. N. KELLER,
_ DEALER Pf
Groceries, Produce} Feed and Grain
? QC1SCT flTBKrr. bctwkk* MSI* AKD MARKET,
\VHELLING,VA.
?^arCASn paid for Corn, Oats, Mill Feed, Flaxseed,
Beans, Butter, Eggs, -tc. ap!3
J. P. *081X503 W*.T. ROBIXSOS.
ROBINSON & !BKO.,
DEALERS IN
BMka Stationery, Periodicals, N?tUu,
Sheet JIusic Newspaper*,
No. 4. Washington Hall, Monroe Street;
WHEELING, VA.
i pyEverythine new Hi onr line always on hand.
GORDON, MATTHEWS & CO.,
FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WHEElSJIO, va. u
RBSPECTFCLLY loforui th^lr rrlcudj and shipper* Itrne
raUy. that I her hare rrduced the chargr f">r|forwardtD?
per Baltimore and Ohio Rallriod: and arc now charging for
e?mmiaslonanddracn? on
StcrchaudUc. *V??r 60cpert*n.
i?rod?cr, Kn?t. 40c d. d.
We hop. onr attention to tke Intcrtit of Ihipper* will re
oum a aontlnuance of tiu fkror heretofore extended to of.
Shipper* will be particular to have their sooda marked to onr
.arc, and advise of ihlpicnt by nail.
apgo _ OORDQN. MATTnRWB * CO.
TO Jf'AKilEKS, Ac. .
CICMBRKLASP CESUE.NT, calcined Plaster, ??d Bronad
' Piaster. Order, filled by ...
6*LL * 00 . Wailyttrort.
TT7E ren^t^^'JfhWha^aicoo^ in&
V> Book* to call o? the Ut or?&4 Janury next aad matt
lettlement. * ^ ? *. ?
immediately., i
*S* W. p. unTTS i mo.
MISCELLANEOUS.
McCI.AIjX.BNS, KNOX & CO.,
WHOLESALE AMI RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTSANDSHOE8, MENS' AND
Boy*' HaU and Cup*, al the
tctll inoim ?tand of the
BIG RED BOOT.
WTE are now rMeirln* irom our Kutern Manufacturing
Vt i! >tablldhm?ut8, one of the largest and best manufactn
re-J M<jrimenrof Boot* anl Shoes, for Fall ami Winter wear.^.
ever offered in this or any . other market. They hare been
manufactured to order, according to our oym directions, and
are intended expressly for retailing. To onrresular,custo
m*-r*, and all other*, who. may favor ns with a call, we can
offer an unniually Iar'pi variety of Boots and Show, which
we guarantee equal in quality of material and wnrmanahip to
those manufactured In this or any other part of the united'
States. Oitr itock wlU be found to consist, in part, of the fol
lowing seasonable good:
NO. 187- .
.1,000 pr men's kip boot?, works'.-? raitzrr, ualf
1,000 do , do thick boot?, uaitkrs, Etc.
1,J00 do do calfhooU. - 200" nr womeuV^altcrs,
1,OOJ do do water proof do 4W) do half gaiters.
mks's brooass. 500." do walking shoes,
500 men's calf hrogans, JiOft do pejrsedPhoea, ?
1,000 prino k p do 5 ( do kid bj*k ? , ullp
1,000 do thick do pre s.
1,000 low priced do ' MisrfES bootkcs, Remiss,
boys' footers, ktc., RTt*.
1500 pair boys thick bootees, 500 misses morocco lace,
500 do do kip do U00 do kip do
300 do do calf do 300 do calf do
tocth'h boot*. . 300 do kid and moroc
500 pr youth's calf boots, " * co buskins.
300 do ' kip do 150 do black, blue and
1500 do thick do bfpiued gaiters.
- BOT3 AND TOCTHS BRtKJAVS. CITILDRPS'S BOOTKK3.'
1000 pr boys kip brogans, 13i?0 pr fancy bootees',
1500 do thick do 2?*>0 kid A morocco'*
1000 youths do do l.VK) children's p.lg'd,
600 do kip do 1<H>0 children's ^nat, ,4
500 boya and youths calf do 1500 . do Colored 4t:
WOMEN'S HCB BOOTS, " Ol'V KlIORS.
500 morocco lace boots, 4000 pair* mens', ladies and
lOCO calf do children's Gum ShDes.
-600 kid do HATS AND CAP!*.
1500 kip do 400 doz inen men' plush caps,
HfjO 4 4 wool hats,
BAND BOXES.
300 wooil band boxes.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended us,
we solicit a continuance of the *ante.
_sep3 MeCLALLEXg, KNOX 4-_CO.
J. R. UREKR. OLIVER PRY OR.
J. R. GREER & CO.
DEALERS IX
FI,OlR.:fiUAI\, PRODUCE, 9IILT?
l'K? I>, I1AV, Ac.
In the warehouse lately occupied by John It. Miller k Co.,
MAIS STREET,
WHEELING, VA.
t#T~Cash paid for grain. dci-ly
0. W. IIKITKKLL K. B. SWRARISCEN.
HEISKELL & CO.,
Ucnlertt iu nil kiuda of
Fancy and 'Staple Dry Goods,
Corner of Market and Union streetflC three doors from Geo.
K. 'VVickham's Auction Rooms,
augSl \\'llKELIXOr, VA.
R. C. MILLER ,M. W. MILLER.
R. C. Miller & Bro..
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Glaxier.t, Graiaervaad I'nptr llangrm.
No. 263, Main Street. Wheeling, Ya. aep'il
1 ~ W. J. STEWART,
MANfFACTlRERS OF ALL SI.VI*} OF
HTOVFS. GRATE8, M.OIGI1 IKOW,
Cn?tiug? lor ThrftihinK illnchiufH)
&c?. Ac.
iiOMTU EAST Cl>k. M UK ?T SQCaRK, fflHIDUC COHNKH.)
WHEELING, VA.
ST I: WASTTT-ALI) WELL,
MANUFACTURER* OF
COPPER, TIN, AX1> SHEET IRON WARE,
CmfttKII or M IHKKT SQL'ARK.
W HEELKiO, VA.
Wholesale Paper Warehouse,
jfA rx sr., nkan qiuxcySt.
LAMBDIN, GILBBRSON & CO.,
(SL'CCESSOh.^ TO A. G. ROBISfSON * CO.. ANI> B 1KSKTT i CO.)
^ | AXCKAC-TUIIE tmd keep constantly on band the follow
iVL log Tapers,
brRAW WRAPHISO,
ItCC WRAPPING,
KaMLDA, TEA AND
CANDLE PAPER.
DRCCOIRTS, COTTON FACTORY ASD HARDWARE PIPE*.
Bonnet, Binders* and Fullers' Boards,
To which they invite the attention of purchasers. Scpl4
C. P. BROWN,
DEALER IN" CLOCKS, AVATCIIES, JEWEL
RY AND FANCY GOODS.
NO. 4, WASHINOTON HALT.,
.llottror St , Wbapuelig.t
CLOCKS and WA '/'CUES dirt/nlly /?y*f fiW.
GEORGE E. WICKHAM,
A UCTIONEER
AKD
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ho. 180 Market Squate,
j^ny .WIIEELIN'G, VA.
W. TAlAASr. l.TUU?.
L. 3. DSL-U'I-AIAS.
TALLAKT & DELAPLAIN.
I'OBU A KUINU
?*np?
Commission Merchants,
Xo. iSMuin Strut, and -Vi>. 12 Mohrrit STrett,
nTq _ WIlKKUSOi VA:
F- R. ARMSTRONG,
AGENT AiVO UKtLER IN
RJEA-I-j ESTATE,
Office corner of Main and Union street.-".
aug2T-lyil _ WUKF.I.ING, V.V.
S. D. HARPER &SON,;
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS GAPS. STRAW GOODS,
VUFF?, FUltS AND CARPET UAUS.
No.*129 Main st. corner of t'nlon,
W11 keuxg, VA.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(SCCCB.l?ORS TO SWKRNKTS * llELL)
MANUFACTURERSOF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
Chiun, Quwitswnrf, i.nmpx. Glrnndolr.,
I'nblr Cutlery. ?Vc.
No 6.'., MAIN STKKET, x
Wnei-xrNc,vA.
JOHN KOWELL,
DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES,
_ iVo:17),JInin9l.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, "~i~
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, AC.
J 11. tlCt'.Tl K/iCK&lC would announce to hi*
? friends and the public generally, that having purcha
sed the Interest of the senior partner in the business lately
conducted under the firm of J. Crumhacker A Son, he will
continue the same at the old stand, No. 175 Main St., and
would respectfully solicit, and trusts to merit a continuance
of the patronage ho liberally bestowed on the old firm.
He has just returned from the Eastern eitle*, and Is now
opening an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and
Chemicals, Perfumery, Paucy articles, Ac., all of which were
purchased after strict personal inspection and with scrupu
lous regard to the purity of quality, and are now offered to
the public on the most reasonable terms. lyr
4i c. oo'ifp.A car ~
[^I'CCESSORS Til JAMES BAKKK.]
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Cormr of Jfain and Monroe Streets.
WHEELING, YL.
\ C. GOOD ? CO., have boiicht the entire stock of Jas.
^jL? Raker, and win continue the business at the old stand.
Dr. Baker having gone into one of the largest houses in
Philadelphia, has kindly agreed to make purchases for his
successors in Wheeling. The arrangement will insure their
keeping on hand, (and offering on the best terms) a full ao*
sortment of the very best articles in their line of business.
A. C. GOOD A CO. ?
Wheeling, Dec. 20,1AM. dcgl '
WM.Jl ARMSTRONG,
DSALfcK IS
Druga, medicines. Chemicals, Pnteut Med*
iciu?t, Perfumery ami Fancy
Article*.
SO. JS9 MARKET STREET,
BETWEEN HO.NRO^ AM) UNION* STREETS,
WHEELING, TA.
OT~Physicans Prescriptions filled at all hours-of the day
and night. ^ Qe?:ly
SOCCSt. LACGHUX. AkKXANOKP. LACGULIX.
3. B. BCsHFIEt-D.
Laughlins & Bushfield,
[scccessoiis to nrsnFiFin ? rorissqs.1
WIIO L ES<i LE 1)R U G GISTS,
AND DKALER3 IS
. OUb, Paints and Dye Stnffa.
HAVING purchased the stock of Bushfield A Robinson,
wo have and will always keep on hand & completo sup
ply of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Paint', tHlSyDve Stun*. Patent JMlcint*% -Tarnisht^
. Bru*h**% Perfumery, Gla** am/ Gla**tcar*y
and Varieties usually kept by wholesale Druggists, which we
will sell to Dealers, consumer? and codrttry merchants a* tow
and on a? favorable term* as they Van purchase and brins
thctu from*the eastern cfelcs. . ag2l
J. B. VOJVELL,.
Wholesate and Relail Bruggixt,
DEALKK IS ?'
OR COB, PAX5T3,0XU% DYES, PATENT MHDICZ.'OfB
JLSD PEWCMKV.
IVo. 3,1, itloure ?t ; Wheeling.
Manufacturer of Superior Lemon Sj nip.
JOHN H- THOMPSON,
I>KALEK H*
Books, Stationery, Wall Paptr,
?AKll?
VARIETY GOODS.
ap9 ?o 117 Jlaia Street.
R. B. WOODS,
HOUSE J-fTRX/SIUXG AXH HOUSE
KEEPIXG GOODS.
arKO- 3Q MONROE STI^J. ^
| Wholesale and Detail Grocery.
! _ Ne. market Square.
! TTATING purchased the establishments of John R. Mor
XX row, I shall always k?ep ot? hand a good stock of Gro
ceries an(HTTotn\ and hope to retain the patronage of his
customers and all new ones who may favor me. '
oeft GEO. K. McMBClIEN.
TRHKntteralffoed having soM hi* stock of Groceries, Ae?
' to MfcXJeo. K.sfcMeeben, respectfully recommends him to -
his ct^stocsers and the pcUk.
offlHjr _ JOHN R. MORROW. ,
? ? prt??"nmWiraMa;
.! For ?1? V
a .1 Bflwxw. wwrnFTn: 1 ro.
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS.
. . o smhbx ?:
III CTitstuiUrtdeipi/la, opponiutk? .State JTouv,
HENRY #, S AFFORD,
IMPORTER AND llF,VLBR IN ClKTAIXS, MaTKKIALS,
AND FCBSITCKE COVERINGS,
"Which hejoffirwf at the 1owe.it market prices,
WHOLESALE A1TD RETAIL.
The stock comprising. In part, the fullowiny:
Embroidered Lace, Curtain;; | ttiit CTrnlcr*; ?
do Mn^Hn (i?
Drapery, I-aem A Mrialins,
French BrocutelL*, all widths
:?n<i colors;
Satin de Lain**;
Damaskr;
do Pins;
do Bands,
Canopy Arches and Rings;
Cords, Tn.-selp, Gimps, .
Frlnjti-j, Curtain Drops, &c. {
#*? of FKEXC/r flos/IE3g or all colors and
quantity on hand.
J':\'-yTJ!n jrr.vpo r ma dk% an* holla xds or
all colors for shading.
,hiI!tr901^ ord^rIoR Curtain.*, wiU give the measure of
the heighth and width of the entire frame of the window,
marl.?t??Uw
THE L ONI) Off ,
Wateh and Jewelry Store,
NO. 10 LIGHT STREET*
(4 uoor4 from Baltimore *t.. oppmiU Fountain Hotel,)
m.ip?. ?, JiA^TIMORE.
1 ?? vr? ' afll'r twenty years' experience in the el
A ties of Europe, would inform citizen* and stranger*
who are In want of a good watch, that, for nuality of work
manship, hl? watches defy com|>etition; he having facilities
for obtaining Fug Loximx Watchbs, which few in this coun
try pos*e.??, beingptmonub? aeqwiintert with the mosterai
neut Londou manufacturers.
_' ^ , J. ALEXANDER,
?f *'? Jf. French's Royal Exchange, London. .
C3r*ine Watches and Jewelry repaired properly. All
Lpndon Watches sold-at litis establishment, warranted free
of co?t for four years. sepl5-lYd
rsi r _ LLOYD it CO., ~~ .
Olaim, Pension and Bounty I?and
AGENTS,
Fifteenth St.y opposite the Treteuru.
WASHINGTON, D. C..
Ca>h advanced on C'lnima. &-c>
r1I.AI.MS before Cnngcc*?jOf the United States that have
V,' been abandoned bjc other agents as worthlt-**, hare been
successfully prosecuted by -us. Letters addressed as abeve,
postpaid, wihhe promptly attended Jo. Hpl5:tf.
Gwyn andReld.
Importers and Jobbers cf Dry Goods,
So. 7, Hnnneer Utrtet,
BAI.TI.1IOKE, HID.
OFFERS for sale, on the most favorable terms, a very
choice and select stock of Staple and Fa'Xct Dry Goods, to
which they respectfully invite the attention of the trade gen
erally. _ , . mar25-dtr.
JOHN H. BROWN & CO.,
Importer? H7\ol**nU Dealer* in]
British, French, and American j
No. 125 Market. ?treetPpkiladelphia.
tiUilvd
REVERE HOUSE* '
nv
J. A. IIEFELFIXGER,
JQ1K1XU THK DEPOT,
jnarSS . Cumberland, .W.
rHATS @AJPS.
TVTE have this day receive doneof the finestand roost beau- I
* T tiful assortments of Hats and Caps we ever brought to
this city; the most fashionable that could be made in the eas
tern markets.
It comprises In part the following kinds:
Gents No. 1 Silk Moleskin Hats. light and elastic, made by
the best hatters East, and in strict accordance with our or
ders;' Gents fine white and black beaver, otter, seal, Ac. Ac.;
Know Nothing and Wide Hats, white and black; Soil Fur and
Wool Hats of every color, qualitv and prlc**.
?ALSO?
Caps of every description and of the most recent styles,
such as the Nevada. Know Nothing, Pyrenese, Pyramid,* Ca
nadian, Russian, English, Washington, and Consolidation
Caps, and all other kinds In abundance, which will be sold
lower than Goods of these kinds were ever offered before to
this Community.
Children's Hats and Caps or all kind-* just received from i
the most fashionable houses in N--w York.
Carpet Bags, Furs and Gloves always on hand.
All persons are most retfjiectfully Invited to call In and ex
amine our magnificent Stock of Goods, before purchasing i
elsewhere, us we feel confident that we can please the most
fastidious.
Nothing will be wanting on our part to suit and accommo
date oar numerous patrons.
TO COCSTRY MERCHANTS.
If von *i?h anything in the way of Hats and Caps just give ;
us a call, as we will guarantee that we will sell you goods as !
low as they can be gut any where this side of Philadelphia,
and on the most favorable terms.
nv7 _S. P. HARPER & SON^
Read ! Read ! !
AJJD .KEEP IT CONSTANTLY IN YOUR
MINDS.
rrMIAT T have Just received from the Ea-t with mv
1 SECOND FAI..L. STOCK,
and that it Is the largest. handsomest and cheapest ever
brought to Wheeling, and I say, with perfect confidence, that
it only needs looking at and examining to Insure sale??my
assortment consists partiv of?
1000 collars, at only 5 &ents;
2300 do at from cents to $5.00, amo ngst which are I
some beautiful and so entirely new (just received in
the Baltic) that they will sell themselves;
600 pairs ladles Kid Gloves, very superior at ST^c;
$0Q do missed do extra fine, slightly dama
ged, 50 Cents;
1^0 pieces Coburgs at all prices and all colors;
00 do French Merinos, to suit the most studious;
1000 do Trimmings, the very latest styles, such as
moire-Autliiuc, Plain and Edged, moss Trimming,
etc.. etc.
15000 yards calico, all styles and prices, some very nice
goods as low as G^' cts.
With so many other goods, of such beautiful designs that all
I ask I* foryou to examine my stock, and I aui certain that I
can sel".
?#~Comc, see and be convinced.
ISAAC PRAGER,
Eastern Bargain .Store. 115 Main St.,
co!5 between Monroe and Union.
To the Ladies!
\X7*E have just received, at the sign of the big red boot, the I
T T most beautiful and complete assortment of ladies. |
misses and children's Shoes ever presented in this market*
50 pair ladies Philadelphia Gaiters;
100 do do Slippers;
ifcN) do do Jenny Llnds.
misses' asd nnu.t?RRxV wohk.
500 pair misses boots and shot's of every variety;
1000 4 children's do do do do
GKNTLK SKN'S WORK.
100 pair Gents fine boots;
150 do fine Monroe?;
150 do patent leather Oxford Ties;
150 do do Jersey do
100 do do Congress boots;
125 do buckskin Oxford Ties;
75 do do Congress boots;
l'lS do col'd cloth do
*2.VJ do patent leather Western Ties.
Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and examine at I
the sign of the Big Red Boot.
apS McCLALLENS k KNOX.
NO. TWO
WASHINGTON HALL.
THE undersigned takes pleasure In Inform ng his friend*
and the citizens of Wheeling and vicinity, that he has
just received his Fall and winter supply of
( lot/is, Cassimeres and Vestings.
Not thinking it necessary to enumerate my stock, I simply
say it consists of the very latest, newest and most fashiona
ble style of Cloths, Cassimeres, Venting, plain and fancy,
together with a full assortment of Gents Furnishing Goods.'
Gentlemen wishing anything In my line will do well to give
mc a call, a* I am determined to sell as low as any other es
tablishment can do, and my work, for style and quality, shall
be got up second to npne. Having the services of two com
petent cutters, I feel satisfied in assuring any one Who may
favor me with a call to give entire satisfaction. All good's
warranted to be as represented or no sale*.
Coats, Vests or Pants got up to order at the shortest no-'
tice. J. II. STALLMAN, Merchant Tailor,
ocl-"> No. 2,'ffashincton Hall.
SOTIOK. T
THE undersigned, having bought out the entire stock of
Goods belonging to Messrs. Wheeler A Lakln, Merchant
Tailors, would beg leave to inform the citizens of Wheelinc
and vicinity that he intends carrying on the Merchant Tai
loring business in the sara?t. mom formerly occnpied by Messrs
Wheeler A Lakin, and haviug obtained the services of both
of the former proprietors, he is prepared to make up to or
dor every article in his line, in the latest ttyle and mauner,
at very short notice, and very low for cash. Having a large
stock on hand now he Is determined to sell very low, to re
duce his sttfck and make room for the Spring Goods. Now is
a rare chance U> g?t govd clothing cheap. He-will warrant
every article to be as recommended, or no sale.
, Come one. come all,
And give os tt call.
At No. 2, Washington Hall.
jnl2 J. U. STALLMAN;
REMOVAL.
McCLALLKNS A KNOX have removed their Whol**aU
St'H'L- of&jitU and ShotHy to the uew four story brick
building. "
IVo. 113 llnlnstreef,
A few buildines north of the Merchants* A Mechanics* Rank,
or. the opposite side of the street, and 2 doors south of Win T.
Selbv's dry good* store. .
Thankful for the paironage heretofore extended to the
House, they are confident that with their increased facilities
for doiugbusiness, they.can offer to.inerchants still greater in
du.'wmnts for bu'j in? than heretofore.
dc-.S McCLA LOTNigAKNOX.
ixsTA i/lrn r> YEm
npo those wishing a llaie Dye lhat may be depended upon,
A we can cheerfully recommend the above. The best of
city reference can bo given as to its superiority ovcr everv
thirfcof the kind now in use.
For dale, wholesale and retail, by
T. II. LOGAN Jr CO.
mrt SoL-ApeHts In this city.
Eaqfe Forgt, Wire and Iron Works,
E. C. DEWEY, Proprietor,
WAKEtioCSE, SO 00 MAIN STREET,
Wheeling. Va.,
MANUFACTURER of an size* Car and Fancy Iron, Rail
Road Axles; heavy and light Forging?. Roller Rivets,
Wire. Ac.
{37~ Railroad and Sui pension Bridge Iron work made to
orU-r. ' oell
Wheeling Savings Institution,
OVFICE. 19-2 3IAIV ST.
FFICJJopcn from 9 oYlpclc,a.ni., until 3 p.m. Discount
d*y?'Thursday. 1" o'clock, a. ta.
JSB^Mouej received on transient deposite. Interest paid
on sprctal deposit* *.
J. Cicmrickes, Alex. Rwiw, Ami. Parrox, A. N. Jomr
SOS, DiSlSL StEKXROO, J AS. B. MAfcSfl. .Mm FlTCHXFJt a*o H.
K- Llst?Diatcroas.
M. NELSON, President.
WM. McCOY, Treasurer. aug21
. . COLLINS ~? HALL,
Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
N*. IS9JI?rk?l??niirt, Wert aU?
WHEELING, VA,
XT RRP Kututly on bud all kind* ut Feed, inch as Oats,
JX. Corn", Br*n, Short#. 8Mp ttt.. Floor, earn Meal.
Butter, Poultry, Prbeieiooi, and Drift! Fruit of all
kind*, together with a complete "assortment of Family Oro
oeriwr.- 4 3; - *
{SfCash paid for euro, oats,-Flataeed, Ikrted Fruit..,
Sheep SUni.hldes, latter, eggs and po?8ry.'_- aplt
i- LARD OIL.
YY" ' hare on eonsifmcest a Ce* barrels No. 1 Lard 00 tor
?T.33Mle" . whnb i cmcnitfc. i
T, X ?. . | ^
o
MISCELLANEOUS.
" l""r MarBhl& Wayman ' """"
WUOM&AUS -\xr> RjrTAIL UBVLUW IX
BOOTS AND SHOES
Otihe im.o wi.no or j. a. viarsa.l
No. 35, Monroe St.,
WIIKKLING, VA.
W[skxt coon TO oral, on asd co.'s-l
now receiving from our eastern manufacturer*
one of the Ureal anil best assortments of boot, and
MBMjfor Fall and Writer wear, ever offered to UiU market
they barln;; bet-n selected with great care and manufactured
to ordor, accordluc to our own direction.", by the beat work
incn, In the ca*t, cipready for thUtrade. We are now prepa
red tOaceommodaU: our customers, either wholeaalo or re
tail, wltli a variety of Fall and Winter Uoodn not to he sur
passed by any other house in the city, either la ?tyle, qualifi
er material, or durability or workmanship, whether made In
U?ls city or any other country.
Out stock consists in part nt the following articles:
XK*':I BOOK.
S?t> palm best calf Iraou-:
' 'kip
653 ? ' thick ?
WO ? ' water proof boots.
, . M*N'r) BaOUlKS.
J00 pairs best calf bro^ans
S0<> ? kip
?W ' ' thick ?
SO' 4 law price brogans.
. .m,Vi*DrtcTB'a aaooiw.
Wfl pairs hoy "a thick brogans:
800 ? ? kip ? '
500 ? youth's kip ?
50-J ' ? thick
, . ?or'3 w?m.
MO pairs boya' thick boot-;
? ? kip
2u0 ' 'calf ?
,,, , vocnTa aoors.
158 pairs youths' calf boon.
*90 r ? kip ?
'??? ? ? thick ?
, wi^tix's wtia.
r*5 I***" *oni*tt,s alters, all colors;
o?)0 walking shoes;
JiOo * morocco buskin*;
4 kid 4 1
4 Jenny Linds;
450 * ?Mpqera.^
milks' booiv.
~VJ morocco boots;
4 palter *
2?) * calf ?
3W 4 kip ?
? ^ . . ' rn"BOOTS.'
,509 children". fancy boots
1000 4 kid and morocco 4
TJk? 4 goat *
S*io0 * 4 men's, woman'* and iqUhi gum shoes of the
best quality.
ilnl?ui*5^AVV"?,ety not bvre unmerited, which we will
Icllua wholesale or retallr on the moat accommodating
Merchants will find it to their decided advantage to call
and examine our .stock before making their Pall and winter
purchases. nv9 MARSH k WAVMAN.
Popular and Family Medicines
S O L D It V
JOHN H THOMPSON,
CI 1 7 ZVIuiu m. '
OVPRIdlNC
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of WUd Cherry;
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
John Bull's SarsapariUa,
Townsend's do
OsgoodV India Cholagogae,
Dr. Houtin's Pepsin,
tlreeu'o O cygenated Bitters,
Holland's German do
Mortimer's Itheuuirtic Compound.
.Scarp% AurouHtlc Oil,
SiroliIcN Pili* Liniment,
Perry Davb' Pain Killer,
Mexican Mustang Liniment,
McLane Vermifuge,
McLane Liver Pilln,
Wrijfht's Indian Vegetable PIllV,
Jew David's, or Hebrew Piaster4
Poor .Man's ?lo
Bailey's Pain Extractor,
McAllister's all healing Ointment,
Dr. March!*!'* Uterine Catholicism, i*
JCadway's Ready Relief,
do Medicated Soap.
{3^rogcthor with all other popular Family Medicines.
novl8
New Savings Bank Store.
? AT THE
OT.O POST-OFFICE.
>"??**?* th?- I tend and I'm iarered."
/ iITlZh.N&of W he*, ling vnd vicinity:?ThU old maxim for
health reminds me that it may not he Ami** to call yo or
attention to my Fall and Winter stock of Hoots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Umbrellas and Carpet Sack*, at the corner or Market
and Monroe streets, where you will find a great variety of
fashiomthle lately received Goods, suitable to the Reason, at
low prices.
Very thankful for the liberal patronage received since
coming amongst you, I respectfully solicit you uil to call and
examine my stock, (it will b-; mv pleasure to see and wait on
yoitt) thus uniting labor with rest, that I may give their off
spring health, and to this adding industry and economy I
may have health. __ -
Ladies if you wish to purchase fashionable and cheap
winter Bonnets. >ure.
Call at the old Post Office, opposite the McLure.
GenU exuen, if you wish to purchase a fashionable Cap or
Call at the above place, where you will get?that
Rememb-r the old Po>t Office corner.
To Country Merchants I have a few tJood- to dispose of at
low prices.
oc1'J B. H. WATSOX.
bTJJiAM MAKJbJJLijG WOKKb,
Ttrx, 66 MARKKT ST., WHEELING, VA.
1IE subscriber having made extensive arrangements in
the East for the supply of Marble, and contemplating the
erection of Steam work*, he would invite the atteation of
Architect*, Builders, and the public in general, to his "tock.
consisting of Italian, Egyptian, Sienna. American and other
Marbles of the finest qualities, which cau ?>? sold lower than
any other establishment In the west.
Dealers will find it to their advantage to 9xaminc his stock
before purchasing eluewhere.
His work is done in the most elaborate Rtyle, and be would
invite the atteution of purchasers to ins|>ect his stock of 8tat
uary and other carvcd work, Monument-, Cenotaphs, Tombs.
Head ami foot stones. see.. and'Grave yard work in every va
riety: being enabled by his superior facilities to supple this
work at considerable lower prices than auy other catabliBh
ment in the country.
Please give me a cull and examine mv work.
MICHAEL J. ROHAN,
___ ,, Marble Mason and Vault Builder.
C^t^AIso Calcined Plaster, Hvdraulic Cement, Plaster
Casts and Models, and Marietta Grind 8tones, warranted at
the lowest trade prices. 1yd
3,000 Cases;
YfcCLALLEFS & KNOX have moved their wholesale
-ktl. Boot and Shoe warerooms to tlia new 4 storv brick
building, 113 Main street.
The have now in store and are receiving daily:
u'm) CASKS men's boots;
im 44 44 brogans;
lt?U " bovs bont?:
50 4* 44 brogans;
50 *4 youths boot*:
25 44 44 hrogans:
150 44 woman's lace boots;
" 44 Jenny Lind Shoes;
?5 44 4* fiippt-r.-;
60 44 misses lace boots;
?5 44 44 Jenny Linds;
-5 4, 44 sllp|xrs.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage heretofora exten
ded to the House, they solicit a continuance of the same.
Merchants on their way east arc earnestly invited to call
and examina their stock.
mnr,(I McCLALLKNS A KNOX.
GREAT BARGAINS!
SECOXD FALL STUCK
arrived nj
Isaac Prager's Bargain Store !
HAVING returned from the East with my Second Fall
Stork, I shall be able to offer to thepnblie goods that
trill surpas* everything ever seen.
I invite therefore, all those that wish to purchase, to call on
tne, as I am determined to offer greater inducemants than
ever, in order to sustain my name for soiling the cheapest
goods in town. ;
Received?another lot of tho*e
Cheap Kid Gloves at 25c
uo Paramettasat .... g5c
Bonnet ribbons at - 5c
do ? l?#c
with many other bargains too tedious to mention.
Call early and don't mistake the place.
ISAAC PR AG Kit, 115 Main at.,
novlO * hat ween Monroe and Cnion si.
REMOVAL,
J A D. BAYHA have removed to their new and spacious
? briek buildings, 137 Market Street, where they manufac
ture ami keep on hand,
TIX AM) SHEET IRON WAKE
And keep for sale Japan Ware aud Household Furnishing
Hardware. Also the latest style* of Cookiug Stoves, aU of
which they will sell Wholesale and Retail at the lowest mar
ket prices. Their old customers and the public generally,
are invited to call and examine their 6tock. Kvery descrip
tion of articles in their line promptly made to order.
feblOily. ? .
Mammoth Hat Store.
Fall Fashis 54 .
S AVERY has on hand, and is receiving, one of the Isr
? gest and best stocks of llata and Caps that has ever
been opened in this city. He is constantly manufacturing
every description of hat ami cap now in use, from the very
berft material and workmanship, and sold at prices that can
not fall to please.
I am also receiving large Importations of Eastern manu
factured Hats and Cap?, which will be sold low. Also, a
large assortment of children's Fancy Hats and Caps, and
Ladies Riding Hats, carpet bags, and umbrellas, all. of
which will be gold cheap. ? ,
N. B?Hats, made to order on the shcvrtestnotice.
S. AVERT, Xos HO and 14$ Main St.,
st?p6. . Wheeling, Va.
Cummings' Works.
CUMMINGS on the Apocalypas, xst,2d43d series;
'* .. on'theSeveii Clinches; '
Family I'rayeri, livoLj;
44 Sigus of the Times;
" Minor Works. 1st, id and 3d series;
** . The Church before the Flood;
** The Tent and Altar;
V The Eaily Life;
The Blessed life;
** Voices of the Bay;
" Voices of the Night; .
*? Voices of the Bead;
- *? Notes on Genesis, Exodns, Leviticus. Daniel,
l*arabies. Mi rarb>>, St. Matthew, St. Mark and
St. Irftkt?received by .
jundlS * j WILDE t BRO.
Choice Beading.
QTAU PAPERS, by Henry Ward Beecher;
U . School of ure, by Anna Mary Hoviu;
* Bancroft's Literary and Historical Miscellanies;
DeQuincey *s Opium Eater;
Robert Graham, a sequel to 'Linda;*
Life of Sam Houston;
, Men of Character, by Borgia* J err old;
Tales for the Marines;
Heart Ease; Castle Builders;
History of the Hen Fever;
Ida 3!aj; received by
je!5 WILDK k BRO.
I 30 ps rich cambric Flouncing*; .
2rt * Swiss and Cambric Edgings;
85 ' varieties of lace, cambric and Swiss Collars;
12 do*, lace, cambric and Swiss See res;
8 * very rich robes embroidered, in cambric sad
book muslins;
4 Serves and liaeucambtic Hdk'ft.
Just received by
HKISKELL A Oo.
WINDOW BLINDS.
LAIN Green OH Cloth, Landscape, Transparent and Pa
I ! , i great variety.
For sale by WUJ)E k BRO.,
myVS cOr. Main and ..Paras its. .
lilFTu U '!
F
O
EASTERN ADVERTISEMENTS.]
"PENDLETON & BROTHER,
COMMISSION MERGIIANTS,
~iOR the sale of Leaf Tobacco, Hour, and Produce gener
ally,
130 Sj/tftA'a Wharf, and Dej*Jt,30B Pratt Kir ret.
REFER TO:? BALTIMOUk
Hugh Jenkins A Co: "|
F. W. Brune k Sons,
Long k Byra, aud :? Baltimore.
The caihler* of any of the ]
Baltimore Banks. J
P. Lamb, Ktffo Cash. X W B'k Va. 1
S. Brady, 4 4 M * M Bank, 1 ,v. ..
Tallant * Dclaplaln, f WhotUu^
J a-. R. Baker.
Jas. McCuUy; Pittsburgh; ,
Rhodes & Ogilbay, Bridgeport,0.
Green k Dorsaj*, Powhattau, Pt, O.
Michael Dorsey, Captlna Mills, I u _
Alex. Armstrong; Armstrong's do | *,e"nont CO, 0.
Jacob O. Grove, St. Cluirsville, 0.
Peter Menager, Gallipolls, O.
W. I McCoy A Bro's., SistersrlUe, Va.
Tweed, Vilely A Wright, 1
Joseph C. Butler * Co., VCincinnati, 0.
John Creigh. J
Geo. Green, Jan., }
Gordon A Co., _ , ,,,
C. MrMorun, f
t'aml. S. Preston i Co. J
j?nW-tyd
T* W??ra lite ickanla.
Sexton, Seal and Swearingen.
IMPORTERS ANI) JOBBERS OP
FANCY DRY GOODS.
We. 16^ Market Hi reel* above Fourth St.
T ... .. PHILADELPHIA. 1
? \Vu aN' L. bEAl., A. VAN.SH EAKINGEK, I
: Imr<','?5crs, the largert assortment of Fancv I
Vfy Goods in the city. It comprise!* in part of
Hosiery of all kinds and qualities.
Gloves, Undershirts, Dress Shirts and Collars.
" Pollen yarns of different shades and colors
A fine a?sortment of Shell Gorabs.
do do Buffalo and Imitation Combe.
Brushes of all descriptions.. *
Or*** and Tailor.-, Trimmings of^ll kinds. *
B imett*r six cord coIM Si?ool Cotton.
Perfumery of all kinds.
As well an a *reat many ?tyl?< of Rnmli of our own Impor-,
tatfon, which we cannot here mention, and whloh aro well
worthy the attention of buyers. We feel we can make It to
their Interest to give us a trial. *ep18 '
TABB. SHIPLEY & CO. ~ r
FLOUIl it GENERAL PRODUCE
Commission Merchants,
31 LKi ?T H * RALT1.HORL*
It KFKit KKCKS.
C C Jamison, Esq., cashier Bank of Baltimore.
D Sprigg, Esq., Cashier Merchants' Bank.
True-man Cru*s, Esq.. Cashier Com. A Farmer's Bank.
Messrs Greenwav <fc Co., Bankers, Baltimore.
John Sullivan k Sons, dm
44 S C Baker * Co., Wheeling.
Mr Jas R Baker, do
Mr K R Swearingen, do
Cash advances made on consignments. dcS
B. M. TOMLINj. J. B. TO MUX.
TOMLIN & SON,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
77 CAWDK.V STBKKT. UKTWRKS HOWARD a*D ?11A BP,
.^Tn.rvr , BALTIMORE.
Km. tttteutiou is paid to the insjtectiou and sale of Let*
F??rs aCC?' Piour? ^ruit, Bacon, Lard Butter and
Cash advances made upon consignments.
fik'KRR TO?
John S. Giltingi, Esq., pr?Vt. Che*. Bank; Messrs. Merer
dltn Tpencr * Co.: Lambert Glttlngs, Ksq.; Messrs. Lefauve
A_Campbell; Col.J . C.Ninde; Luther Wilson, Esq. jelO:dtff
CHESTER & CO.,
FORWARDING (f- COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
J)3, STBKKT COK.MKa OK CID1R
NEW YORK
CONSIGNMENTS Tor resphlpment solicited, and goods for
warded to all parts of the world with the utmost prompt
ness. r *
A sent of the
Ncwr Vprk, Bnltimnre nnd Wheeling Lluv.
for the transportation to the Valley of the Ohio and Missis
?lppi, via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Having a chain ?f well known n^t-nt throafthoat Mic line,
?'? *r*-' l'reparfd to giTe Ihrou^h rccel|>t?: for timi- and iirire.
0? Wcntcrn m.-rchanu at e aolicted to call at the Sew
lork Agency upon the nubacrlbeRi, before making their con
traets elsewhere.
_ CHKSTKR 4 CO.,
asM:ly !>? WeatJt., New York.
James P. Perot & Brother.
FLOUR AND GRAIN FACTORS,
41 S'ORTlf WirARVKS.
Philadelphia, Pa
3TREFEU TO:
FOItSYTH & HOPKINS.
WM. T. SELBY,
iikiski:m, k co..
WM. McCOV.
J. II. MII.I.KIl 4C0.
Gordoh, SUrrucws k Co., will make aavancvn on con
algnmenti. novl6:lyd
NEW >VATCH(AN I) JEWELUX
lioom 2fo. 4, Wiixhinoton 7foil, Monroe st.
miIP 4 WHEELING, VA.
nr^lIE subscriber would call the attention of the public to
A his well selected stock of Watches, Clock?, Jewelr.v, Sil
ver Ware, and Fancy Goods, which he in now opening*. His
stock is composed in part of Gold and Silver Watches. Kevs,
Guards and Chains.
Kvery description of Gold Jew?*lry.
Gold,Silver, Silver Plated and Common Spectacles.
Pure Silver Table. Tea, Dessert, Sugar, Mustard and Salt
SpqOns, and Butter Kuives.
P&sed and German Silver Porks, Spoons, Butter Knives,
Ac., *c.
Port Monnaes, Pocket Cutlery, Scissors.
Very fine Razors, Strops, Shaving Cream, Jtc.
Perlfuracry, Combs, Brushes, and a great.varietv of Funcv
Good*.
Hirtlcular attention paid to repairing watches, Clocks and
Jewelry, and engraving handsomely done.
A share of iwtronage is respectfully solicited.
j c. P. BRO^VX.
Cigars: cigars]!? "
4,OOU Gift Cigars:
5,000 Prinrado* Cigars;
Apollo
2,000 El Dorado "
Washington Monument Cigars;
?1,000 Panetlas ?'
1J.mm Havana ?*
l?.04M) I)ela Cru* Principe ?*
Regalia "
IfO boxes 5 lb Lump Tobacco;
Si ? hlf
Just received and for sale by
WM. LAUACHUNL
M assortment the following articles;
1,000 Consuello Cigars-:
i. 1,?KK) l.a Wolsa
? 1,000 Prlnsado 44
l 1,000 ?Salvado "
l.i'MjO El Dorado %K
2,000 La Protecelon Clears;
1,0M Prunclea "
Flores ??
5 boxt-s Twin Brothers Tobacco; ^
5 " Virginia ?
apS
DISSOLUTION.
THE co-partn?-r.shin heretofore existing under the firm of
Gordon, Clarke k Co., has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent.
L. S. GORDON,
CLARKE k THAW,
March 1,1$M. J. B. ANJKR.
Co-Partnershlp
THE subscribers have this day entered Into partnership
for the purpose of transacting a Commission and For*
warding Bu>ine?*, under the style of Gordon, Matthewa k
Co., and solicit a continuance of the business of the late firm.
L. S. GORDON*.
JXO. M. MATTHEWS,
JNO. L. AG NEW.
March 1,1854. . _ mri
PAI J. FASHION FOlt HATS.
THE subscriber Is now prepared to furnish his numerous
patrons, "and all the rest of mankind," with splendid
Hals of the
LATEST AND MOST APPROVED STYLES,
which for endurance, beaut v of form and finieh, cannot be
surpassed, and when shaped to the bead by ouf conformative
fit with perfect ease.
Also receiving, a large assortment of men1s, youths1 and
children's Soft Hats, comprising black, napped, plain. Non
intervention, Insrrahain, Young America, Ac. together with a
fine assortment of men's, youths' and children's Caps, which
are offered at lowest prices, wholesale and retail,
^pll W. W. J1MKSON.
?tP ]
1)1) !
DRESS GOODS, <Sx.
PLAIN and fig'd Parage#, In blue, pink, livecd^r, tan,
aslirs of rojw, preen and black;
Rich French Organdie*;
Plain Lawns, In great variety; ? i
Pig*d Lawn*, in great variety;
French Chintxe.-;
Plain and corded Silks;
Plain Mouslin De Laine*; Just received.
jrnrlC ' 1IKISKFXLk Co.
JOS. Sc will's and Thos. Blundi-li'* celebrated Railway j
Time keeper*, in grfld and silver bunting cases; warrant
ed to perforin equal to any watches In the world. I
ALSO?Jns. Johnsouj?cd other fln?- watchei* alwavs on
hand and for sale at C. P". BROWN'S,
del9 Monroe street.
ELDORADO TOBACCO^ ' " ~
BUTS Kldora Natural Leaf Tobacco, very superior, for
_ sale by
h]fO LOGAN, BAKKRA ?0.
Wholesale and Retail.
JUST RECEIVED.?A large lot of superior Biiia turned
Grindstones.
AI-SO?all sixes very best Marietta sharp grit, for either wet
or dry grinding, which will be hung, if desired, on Patent fric
tion Hollers, at short notice and low rates, at
ROHAN'S marble Yard,
dcS8 66 Marlut
nhllE very highest market price given for Hides and Sheep
X Skius, by
mrl , BERGER k HOFFMAN.
T#kace?!
IN JfTORK and for sale low?
104 boxes No 1 5 lb Lamp;
10f> " h lb and 10 lb Lump;
luO " medium 5 lb, fc lb and 101b.
ap< ; LOGAN, CARR k CO.
Bonnet Ribbons*
\ LARGE lot of rich New Style Fall Bonnet Ribbons, just
. opened by
aggH ^ , . HKISKffLL k CO.
THE Oil of Grapevine, that superior "article for die flair,
just ree'd by J. B. VQWELL,
Jc21 8S Monroe st.
Mj ExpresR.
FULL aaaortment of Gents Furnishing Goods for sprit.,
and Summer wear, by
J. n. PTALI.MAV. - ^ -
apl * No. 2 Washington Hat!. |
KEEP TOl'REHLF WARM. .
Jmt Hecrited by Erpret*!!!
ANOTHER lot of those fine Merino Shirts and Drawers,for
sale very low at No. 2, Washington Hall, by
dell , J. H. STALLMAN.
A!
YOUTH'S AND CHIUHtKK'a CAPS. '
SUPER Sflk Plash, Cloth, and Kmbrold.rtd C'apt, m krtc
and f.11 anortmnil,
*. ATERl. ,
N? UOmhUR tf j
T
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plied jit very low rates. _dcl0
" , "V JUST RECEIVED.
f *) BOXKS selected Fig*;
1 ?t 4 box** Layer Raisins;
S do Orange*;
2 do Lemons;
20 barrelsC#r?*en Apples!
Soft Shell Almonds;
4 casks Bologna Kautagc;
B do ham*, sugar sured; for sale by
mh2T J. K. BOT8FORJ).
" ~ "CHEAP tabu:.
Every body Come and Seel
\\J. V. hare arranged op u cheap table, remnants of errry
W kind, old style of Goods, and articles of which we hare
too large a -*tock, which we propose to sell off at some prlos
whatever they will bring.
Come soon, while you hare a chance for bargains.
4 atigT - W. D. MOTTK k BRO.
TOPLASTKRERP.
4 AA BUSHELS good Cattle's Hair, for sale* by
4UU JOHN KNOTE,
angT OldDtapd, 154 Main at*
im A lot of Philadelphia and iialtmore ?tylei^of?}k
Hats, together with Gents fine Cloth Caps, children's
Fancy Bearer Hats with feathers; and every other kind
worn during the reason.'
aug17 _j J S. D. 1IARPKR A- SON.
'? GEXTLEMEX TA KE X<)fl('F,
DO yon want something hi the way-of atip top moleskin
Silk Hat, alight, elegant and elastic article? , If so you
wiB please call at 129, corner Main and Union sis., (where
they always keep the best of everything In thrtr line) and
apply with such an article.
oc'J S. D. HARPER k SON.
to wu&vmpuS'
JUST received and lor tslc:
Ground Charcoal;
Ground Soap Stone;
To Aiwir^; Ground Bituminous Coal;
Also, White Sand, ;
at the agency Wareriroms cor Main and Onlncy sts.,
jwfo* __ : B.JLHUM?CfJU*aoy.
"TeJCTRA AND SUPERFINE FLOUR.
agsas^'wa ?
- rAkrttv tu>vb7~
WE b?T? ? prime utlclc of PunUy Moor forul?
. ,?e9 .-?? DOANB * .fflWffH
75, .
Jg>- do ,P ^ ^XmixWBlCO.

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