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THE INTELLIGENCER.
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MONDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1830.
IJST OF PREMIUMS.
(Ooncbuioh.)
(class q.)
GHINC ""
PLOUGHING MATCH.
First pntBimn, $10 00
SictikI do 5 00
Each competitor will be required to plough
oDe-fourth of an acre, in two boars. Furrows
not leas than ten inches wide and six deep.
Judges or class q.?Win. Gregg, Ohio co.,
Va.; B. H. Wilson, Ohio co., Va.; Thos. Met
cali, Warren too, Ohio; A. Bedillion, Sr., Ohio
r?_, Va
(class a.)
FARMS.
Best cultivated Farm, $10 00
Sd best do S 00
Competitors in this class are required to fur
nish statements of the number of acres of land
owned or occupied by them, and the number in
coloration In the several kinds of grain ; also
in meadow, pasture and woodland, and the pro
duct of the several divisions for the preceding
year and the market prices obtained. Also, the
number of Hve stock kept, of each* kind, and
the yield in wool, meat or dairy products.
ORCHARDS.
Besfmanaged apple orchard, containing "not
less than 20 varieties of fruit, $10,00
Sd best do do 6 00 1
Application should be made to the Managers :
before the 1st of July. .
GARDENS.
Best Shrub A Flower Garden?country. $10 00 I
Sd best do " 5 00 .
Best Shrub and Flower Garden?city, 10 00
2d beat do " 5 00 j
Best Vegetable & Fruit Garden?country, 10 00
2d best do " 5 00
Best Vegetable and Fruit Garden?city, 10 00
2d best do ? " 0 00 !
Neatest and cleanest paved Yard, 3 00 :
The Judges will examine gardens on the 1st ,
of June, July and August, if application be
made five days previous to the first of each ?
month.
FIELD CROPS. i
Best 3*acrcs of wheat, $3 00 j
2d best do " Ohio Cultivator.
Best 3 acres of oats, G 00
3d best do " Ohio Cultivator.
Best 3 acres of meadow, 5 00
2d best do " Ohio Cultivator.
Beat S acres of com, 5 00
2d beat do A Ohio Cultivator.
Best one-half acre.table potatoes, 0 00
2d best do " Ohio Cultivator.
Best one half acre stock potatoes, 5 00
2d best do " Ohio Cultivator.
Best one-half acre sugar beets, C 00
2d best do '" Ohio Cultivator.
It is desired that all persons applying for pre
miums on crups, will furnish a statement of the
mode of culture, the time of sowing or plant
ing, and the manner of preparing the seed and
description of soil, and all applications to the
committee on crops must be accompanied with
the affidavits, or the parties concerned in secu
ring and measuring said crops; and attended to
by 10 o'clock on Wednesday, and in every case
to exhibit a sample of said crop at the Fair.
The ground in all cases to be measured by a
qualified surveyor.
Jcdoks or class r.?H. W. Chaplinc, OKioco.,
Va.; Wo. Gregg, Ohio Co., Va.; And. P. Woods,
Ohio CO., Va.; J. K. Votsford, Ohio co., Vn.; Mi
chael Edwards, Ohio co., Va.; K. H. Hubbell,
Ohio co., Va.; Dr. J. T. UpdegrafT, Jit. Pleasant,
Ohio.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MA
CHINERY.
(class s.)
Beat plough, for sod or stubble, $3 00 & diploma,
do do stubble, 3 00 do
do do subsoil, 3 00 do
do do hillside, 8 00 do
do wheat drill, 3 00 do
do corn cob crusher, 8 00 do
do harrow, 8 00 do
do tanning mill, 3 00 do
do horse rake, ^ 00 do
do ox yoke, n 00 do
do wagon with springs, 8 Ort do
do farm wagon, 5 00 do
do horse cart for farm use, 3 00 do
do ox cart, 8 00 do
do grindstone, 2 00 do
do dozen traco chains, 2 00 do
do J dozen log chains, 2 00 do
do portable saw mill, 10 00 do
do do gristmill, 10 00 do
do mowing machine, o 00 do
do threshing do 10 00- do
do portable hay press, ? 5 no do
do washing machine, 8 00 do
do arrangement for rais'g wa
ter other than pump, fi 00 do
do portable cider press, 5 00 do
dh weighing machine for gen
eral farming purposes, C 00 do
do garden engine, 8 00 do
do sausage /stufler, 2 00 do
do sausage cutter, 3 00 do
do apple parcr, 1 00 do
do cheese press, 8 00 do
do dray, 8 00 do
do straw cutter, 8 00 do
do farm gate with fastening, 3 00 do
do com stalk cuttor, 8 00 do
do corn shelter, horse power, 6 00 do
do do do by hand, 3 00 do
do corn planter, 3 00 do
do field roller, of iron, 3 00 do
do do do of wood, 3 00 do
do dirt scraper, 8 00 do
do chum, 3 00 do
do root and vegetable cutter, 8 00 do
do bee hive, 2 00 do
do three grain cradles, 3 00 do
do wheel barrow, 2 00 do
do com cultivator, 3 00 do
do display of agricultural im
ments, 10 00 do
Jroozs^or class s.?T. Hammond, cllsburg,
Va.; R. B. Smith, Mt. Pleasant, 0.; Arthur Lit
tle, Wheeling, Va.; Thos. Painter, Ohio eo., Va.
FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS?SMALL
SIZE.
(CLASS T.)
Best one-half doz. hay forks, $2 004 dip.
do " " dung forks, 2 00 do
do " " hoes, 2 00 do
do " " spades, 2 00. do
do " " shovels, 2 00 do
do " " hay rakes, 2 00 do
do " " mowing scythes, 2 00 do
do " " milk pans, 2 00 do
do " " flower pots, 2 00 do
do I doz. chapping axes, 2 00 do
do " " mattocks, 2 00 do
do " " iron garden rakes, 2 00 do
do display garden tools, 0 00 do
do chert agricultural tools, 6 00 do
Jcoots or class T.?T. Hammond, Wellsburg,
Va.; R B. Smith, Mt Pleasant, 0.; Arthur Lit
tle, Wheeling, Va.; Thos. Painter, Ohio co., Va.
FRUITS.
(class I.)
Best cod greatort variety of
table apples, Fruit Growers' Guide,
do and greatest variety of
table peart, do do
do peck of cranberries,
domestic culture, do do
do grata* variety table
do do
do do
do do
do do
do in
Aft do
if**> do
_ 9mmMlmF WWrw;
1 (A
do pnM variety table
4? p> iUH rarirty lab'#
da do pear,. 2 00'
do do peach, 2 00
do do strawberry, 2'00
Ji'DGfs oe cl.uw i.?P. II. Picrpoint, Fair
mont, Ya.;C. H. Kinsey, Mt Pleasant, O.; Dan
iel Peck, St CUirsvflle, 0.; Jpsiah Brown, Tri
adelphia, Ta.; R. I. Curtis, Moundsville, Va.
FLOWERS.
(class II.)
Best collection of flowers, not less tHan
fifty varieties, in pots, $10 00
2d best collection of flowers, hot less
than fifty varieties, in pots, 5 00
Best} doz. dahlias, different va
rieties, Horticultural Publication,
do * doz. verbenas, do do
do do roses, do do
do do camelias, do do
do collection of German and
China asters, do do
do col. of pansies, 12 pots, do do
do do chrysantheums, 12
pots, " do do
do one-fourth doz. phloxes, do do
do floral design, $2 and do do
2d best do do do
Most bsautiful Ixx^iet. contain
ing 12 varieties of flowers, do do
Most beautifalboquet, contain
ing 25 varieties of flowers, do do
Best collection green house
plants, $2 and do do
2d best col. green house plants, do do
Judges of class ii.?Hon. G. W. Thompson,
Wheeling; Mrs. J. H. Gill, Mt Pleasant, O.;
Mrs. It I. Curtis, Moundsville, Va.; Mrs. W. II.
Oldham, do; Mrs. I). Peck, St Clairsville, 0.;
Mrs. G. W. Thompson, Wheeling; Mrs. S. Ja
cob, Wollsbiirjr, \a
VEHICLES AND SADDLERY.
(class. III.)
Best omnibus, $10 00 <? Dipl'a.
do two horse carriage, 10 00 do
do rockawav, 5 00 do
do buggy, 5 00 do
do sulky, 3 00 do
do gent's saddle, 3 00 do
do ladies' do 3 00 do
do set cart harness, 2 1)0 do
do and neatest made bridle, 2 00 do
do set buggy harness, 2 00 do
do double set carriage harness, 4 00 do
do wagon harness, 3 00 di
do horse collar, I 00 do
do trunk, 8 00 do
do hand trunk, 2 00 do
do capet sack, 2 00 do
do oae-dozuii whips, 2 00 do
Jl'dc.es or class III.
0. D. Thompson, Ohio, co., Va. J. M. Waddle,
do., Ciias. t. King, Ml Pleasant 0. Win, Per
ine, West Liberty, Va. C. Keraple, Marshall co.,
Va.
BOOTS SHOES AND LEATHER.
[class IV.)
Best pair gent's winter boots, $2 00 it Dipl'n i
2,1 best do ?? 1 00 do !
Best pair gent's summer boots, 2 00 do
21 best do " 1 00 do
Bets pair gont's shoes, 1 00 do
?2.1 best do " 50 do
Best pair ladies'winter shoes, 1 00 do
2d best do " 50 do
Best pair ladies' summer shoes, 1 00* do
2d best do ,l 50 do
Best pair ladies' slippers, 1 00 do
2d best do do 50 do
Bi'st pair children's shoes, 1 00 do
2d best do do 50 do
Itest pair do } boots, 1 00 do
2d best do do 50 do
Best pair brogans, 1 00 do
?2d best do 50 do
, Best assortment women's and chil
dren's boots and shoes, 5 00 do
do harness leather, 2 00 do
> do skirting do 2 00 do
! - do kip skins, 2 00 do
; do calf skins, 2 00 do
| do morocco skins, 2 00 do
| All the above articles to be manufactured by
| exhibitor.
! Judues of class iv.?John Allman, Ohio co.,
Va. John Knotc, do., Sam'l M'Clallen, jr., do.
Jesse Nell", MouudsviUs, Va. Jas. M'Hugh, Mt
Pleasant. O.
HATS AND CAPS.
Best Silk Hot, $2 00 do
do beaver Hat, 2 00 do
do wool Hat, 2 00 do
do soft fur Hat, 2 00 do
do plush Cap, 2 00 do
do fur do 2 00 do
do cloth do 2 00 do
JiDGUs of"ci.assY.?Cupt. J. II. Roberts, Ohio
co., Ya. Tlios. P. Shallcross, do., Thos. Rohin
'? son, Oliio co., Va. Wm. Barrow, Wellsburg, Va.
(class VI.)
MANUFACTURES OF COTTON, WOOL
AND SILK.
Best |>iecc domestic limsliii, $3 00 ,fc Dipl'a
1 do specimen cotton yarns, 3 t)o do
! do rubrics or wool and cotton
mixed, 3 00 do
do spccimcjyrfwoolen yarns, 8 00 do
do pair milwiankets, " 8 00 do
do piece broadcloth, 3 Oil do
do piece cassimere, 3 00 do
rfo piece satinett, 3*00 do
do piece car|iet, 3 00 do
do lawns and flannels, 3 00 do
do siiks, American manufacture, 3 00 do
do silk velvet, do do 3 00 do
do a<M)rted silk poods, do o 00 do
do do cotton goods, do o 00 do
do do woolen goods, do 5 00 do
do do7.cn long hose, 2 00 do
do do short hose, 2 00 do
do one-hnlf dozen comforts, 2 Oil do
do do do gloves or mits, 2 00 do
do one-fourth ^dozen woolen
shirt?, 2 00 do
: do do do do drawers, 2 00 do
i do do do silk shirts, 2 00 do
do do do silk drawers, 2 00 do
do assorted hosiery, 8 00 do
Jtn.-ira op ci-ass vi.?D. Brown, Wellsburg,
! Va., Win. M. Berryhill, Wheeling, Jas. I'arks,
| Steubsrivillc, Ohio., John Gallagher, Mounds
j ville, Va., Jas. Maxwell, ML Pleasant, O.
GLASS, STONE AND YELLOW WARE.
(CI.ASS VII.)
. Best specimen flint cut glass, $5 00 & Dipl'a
! do do plain glass, 3 00 do
do do pressed glass, 3 00 do j
; do window glass, "8 00 do
| do collection yellow earthenware,
20 pieces, 5 00 do
| do do stone do do 5 00 do
'? do assorted cut glass ware, 5 00 do
do collection of pressed glass
ware, 5 00 do
Jl'DGtsop class vii.?Oliver Pryor, Wheeling,
Va,, Joseph Bell, do do., Peter Curran, Wells
burg, Va., John Baird, Washington, Pa.
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURES.
(class viii.)
| Best dozen ale, $2 00 it Dipl'a
do one-half dozen pure grape
juice, 3 00 do
do two gallons cider vinegar, 1 00 do
do alum salt, 2 00 do
do common salt, 2 00 do
do table do 1 00 do
do box of starch, 3 00 do
do do common cigars, 2 00 do
do do Spanish do 3 00 do
do do chewing tobacco, 8 00 do
do dozen brooms, 8 00 do
do do hearth brashes, 2 00 do
do assorted brushes, 3 00 do
do assortment of cooper's ware, 8 00 do
do do buckets, 4c. made by
machine, 2 00 do
Ji-DOE3 or CLASS VIII.?Jas. McKce, Wheeling, i
Ya., J. H. Mercer, Mt. Pleasant, Geo. Edwards,!
Moundsvillc, Lewis Hull, Wellsburg, Va., Stew-!
art Adams, Su Clairsville, O.
CONFECTIONERY, CAKE, PRESERVES, I
PICKLES AND BAKER'S BREAD.
| CLASS IX.j I
Bet assorted confectionery $3 and diploma
do French cake 2 do
do sponge do 2 do
do cucumber catsup 1 do
do tomato do 1 do
do f ickle*, 3 kinds, 3 do
do preserved fruit, 8 kinds 8 do >
?le, quince and cumnt
each 1 do
do prcWvod green corn, pea*,
and other vegetables, with a
description of mode of put
it K up B do
do one half doz loaves baker's
bread 2 do
do * ? rud cracker* 2 do
<Ui Joaf of Iwmii taado bread
rfiingl 1 d>
do apple,
jelly, i
do
do loaf sf home made bread
(salt rising) 1 do
"Jcdt.es or cuss ix?W. S. Gilman, Ohio co.
Va.; Mrs. Anrie' Ridgcly, Bethany; Mrs. Mary
Mitchdl, Mt Pleasant; Mrs. Dr. A. S. Todd,
Wheeling; Mrs. J. W. Barton, Stcubenville, O.;
Hiss ?_ Grimes, Wellsburg; Mrs. Miller Pen
nington, St Clairsville, O.
fCI. ASS X.]
IRON CASTINGS AND '1INNERS WARE.
Best steam engine, in operation $25 and diploma
do sample of iron railing 5 do
2d best do do 3 do
Best specimen of heavy castings 5 do
do cooking stove, for coal 5 do
2d best "do do .3 do
Best do for wood 0 do
2d best do do 3 do
Best parlor stove, for coal 0 do
do grate, enameled arch
and summer front 0 do
Best assorted copper ware, ten
pieces ? "?
do assorted tin ' do
pieces
Best apparatus for warming dwel
lings and public buildings,
safe and economical 0 do
Best cooking range for families G do
do specimen car wheels 3 do
"manufactures or wrought iros.
Best bar of railroad iron, #5 and diploma
do lot of bar iron, 3 do
to lot sheet iron 3 do
do lot boiler iron 8 <j?
do lot fencing wire 3 do
do lot wires, assorted 5 do
do cut nails, do ?*> do
do steel springs and axles 0 do
do salamander safes 3 do
do railroad ax'ti 3 do
do hoop iron 2 do
Judges or class.x.?John" . Gill, Ohio co.,
Va.: Win. Jordan, do; Dr. A. G. Osbun, do; Da
vid Chambers, Jit. Pleasant, 0; Thos. Iheaker,
Bridgeport, 0.
(CLASS XI.)
HAUL) WAKE.
Best smith's hello ws $3 and diploma
-<lo set smith's tools G do
do morticing machine 3 do
do dozen latches 2 do
do one half doz door hinges 2 do -
do do * knob locks 2 do
do bank-lock 3 do
do shutter hinges 2 do
do store door lock 3 do
do half dozen window springs 1 do
do gate fastenings 1 do
do window* fastenings 1 do
do counter scale 2 do
do warehouse scale 2 do
do lot of saddler's hardware 3 do
do doz horse shoes 2 do
do ritlegun p ?
do shot gun 2 do
do cooper's tools, ass'd 3 do
do currier's too.s, ass'd 3 do
do show case of American cut
lerv # 3 do
do pound of horse shoe nails 1 do
do coiree mills 1 .
Jcdoes of class xi.?Samncl Neei, Ohio co.
Vn; Lloyd Hughes, do; A. G. Kinsey, Mt. Plea
sant, O.; ?!otna Theaker, Helmont co. O.; L. >?.
Stockton, Washington, Pa.
(CI.ASS XII.)
CABINET WAKE. CllAIKS, UPHOLSTERS
and oil cloth.
Best table, $3 and Dipla.
I do extension table, 3 do
j do bedstead, 3 'j?
do dressing burca, 2 do
! do sofa, 3 do
I do lounge, -
do washing stand, -
| do secretary and book case, 3 do
do side board, ?
do set mahogany chairs, 0 do
do rocking ctiai??, 2 do
do set Windsor chairs, 3 do
do one-half doz. fancy chairs, 3 do
do set of funiiture, assorted, 11' do
do specimen table oil cloth, 3 do
do" do lloor do 3 do
do assorted oil cloths, 5 do
do Venitian window blinds, "? do
do pair blinds, (oil cloth,) 3 do
| do made curled mattress, 3 do
do made moss mattress, 2 do
do made husk mattress, 1 do
The above articles to be exhibited by the manu
facturer. .. , .
Judges or class xii.?Alex. Paxton, i\ heel
ing, Va., E. L. Pratt, do., Michael Dunn,
: Mounilsville, Va., J, II. Sideboltom, -Mt. I leas
' ant, 0., John Ilartcr, Washington, Pn.
(CLASS XIII.)
PAPER. PRINTING AXl) BOOK BINDING.
Best specimen ol printing paper, $3 & Dipla.
? do do writing paper, ?*! ?<>
do do wraping paper, 3 do
: do do pamphlet printing, 3 do
I do do bill printing, 3 do
| ,1? do card & line printing!) do
I Jo do book-binding, 3 "0
; do do paste boards, 3 do
do set of blank books,
CORDAGE AND WIRE fabrics.
Bestspcciinen of large cordage, $2 & Dipla,
! do j do/., bed cords, sea grass, 1 do
do do do hemp, 1 do
| do wraping twine, 1
. do cotton twine, ' 'I0
j do assorted conlage, 3 do
; do bird cage, 1 *jo
I do wire sate for pantry use, 2 do
; do wire fabrics, assorted, 3 ?J
Judges of class xiii.?J- G. Jacob, \\ ells
? burg. Va.. J. H. Holliday, Moundsville, II. II.
I Cowan. St. Clairsville, ()., Jas. Gilchrist, jr.,
Wheeling, Va.. A. A. Gill, ML Pleasnnt, 0.
(CLASS XIV.)
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Best made overcoat f 3 & Dipl a.
do do dress coat, 3 do
do do vest, 2 do
do do imnts, - <j"
do do ?liirt, 2 do
do display of clothing, assorted. o do
Judges or class xiv.?Geo. E. ? lckhain,
Wheeling, John Ilandy, Wheeling, W. K. Con
ic v, Wheeling, Robert Shearer, ellsburg, \ n.,
John Ilartcr, Washington, Pa., G. W. Libworth,
III I>l..?<.r,l Vn
(CLASS XV.)
HOUSEHOLD MANUFACTURES.
Bcst_counterpane, plain white, $2 & Dipl'a.
ilo hearth rug, 2 do
2d best do 1 do
Best pair domestic blankets 2 do
2d be.-t do 1 do
Best patch-work quilt, 2 do
2d best do 1 do
Best silk quilt, 2 do
2d bust tlo 1 do
Best domestic carpet, 2 do
do rag carpet, 2 do
do piece domestic jeans, 2 do
do do llannel, 2 do
do do liuncn, 2 do
do pair knit hose, long, 1 do
do do short 1 do
do do comforts, knit 1 do
do do gloves, knit, 1 do
do 83- brush, 1 do
do white coverlid, 3 do
do colored figured coverlid, 8 do
do neatest made show case of la
dies' straw and silk bonnets, .1 do
Best tufted white bureau cover, 3 do
do do piano cover, 3 do
do white quilted bed spread, 2 do
do and neatest chair tidy, J do
2d best do do 50 do
Best and neatest set of tidies, 2 do
do white tufted qui t, 2 do
2d best do 1 do
Judges iir cj.ass xv.?Oliver 1. Taylor,
Wheeling, Mrs. Sainl Xeel, Wheeling, Mrs. J
Morgan, \VheeIing, Mrs. Jas. Cook, Parkersburg
Va., Mrs. S. Adams, St Clairsville, Mrs. Hiram
Pennington, St Clairsville, Mrs. W. K. Pendle
ton, Bethany, Mrs. Win. Lazier, Morgantown.
(CT.AS8 XVI.)
ORNAMENTAL NEEDLE,SHELL AND WAX
WORK.
Best and neatest made ladies' dress, $2 00
2d best do do do 1 00
Best embroidered ottoman enver, 2 00
do do table cover, 2 00
do do fancy chair seat, with
needle, 2 00
do do do cushion and back, 2 00
do do group of flowers, 2 00
do variety of worsted work, 2 00
2d best do do 1 00
Best lamp stand mat, 1 00
23'txst do "60
Best specimen bonnet trimming, 2 00
<lo worked cape, 3 00
do do collar, 1 00
do do handkerchief, 1 00
Best specimen artificial flowers, 1 00
2d best do do , 50
Best specimen Indies' cap, 1 00
2d best do do 50
Best specimen wax flowers; 1 00
2d best do do 50
Best specimen wax fruit," 1 00
2d best do do * 50
Best specimen shell.work, 1 00
2d best v do do 50
Best specimen crotchet work, 2 00
do do bleak work, 2 00
Judges of class xvl-?Jno. T. Russell, "Wheel
ing, Ya.; Mrs. C. Graham; do; Mrs. And. Wil
son, do; Mrs. And. P. Woods, do; Miss E. Mitch
ell, Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. F. FT. Pierpont, Fairmont;
Miss Lydia Barnes, Wcllsburg.
(class xvn.)
PUMPS, LEAD PIPES, BATHING APPA
RATUS, &c.
Best specimen of cistern pump, $2&dip'ma.
do do lead pipe, assorted, 2 do
do shower bath and fixtures, 3 do
do warm bath and fixtures, 3 do
d.^ cast iron hydrant, 3 do
do wood hydrant, 2 do
do lamp arid gas fixtures, 3 do
do assorted lamps, 3 do
do gas chandeliers, 3 do
Judges op class xvil?Thos. Hornbrook,
Ohio co., Ya.; Win. Limerick, do; Dr. Kirker,
Wellsburg, Ya.; J. Hargraves, Wheeling, Ya.;
Robert Pratt, do.
* (c?as3?xvih.)
BUILDING MATERIALS.
Best 100 pressed brick, $2 A dip.
do 100 common and fire brick, each 2 do
do 100 draiu tiles, 2 do
do one-half dozen kegs white lead, 2 do
do do do do zinc paint, 2 do
do gallon japan varnish, 2 do
do gallon copal varnish, 2 do
do gallon transparent varnish, 2 do
do assortment of paint brushes, 2 do
do one-half dozen window sash, 2 do
do glass paper, assorted numbers, 2 do
do live gallons of linseed oil, 2 do
do improvement for roofing houses, ei
ther of wood, iron or other material, 2 do
do specimen flooring boards, dressed, 2 do
do pannel doors, 2 do
do glue, for cabinet ware, 2 do
do specimen of turning in wood, 2 do
Judges or class xviii.?Thos. Hornbrook,
Ohio co., Ya.; Wm. Limerick, do; Dr. Kirker,
Wellsburg, Ya.; J. Hargraves, Wheeling, Ya.;
Robert Pratt, do.
(class xix.)
DK'SI G X S .
Best design for farm residences $5 and diploma
do city do 5 do
do * barp 5 do
do stable and carriage
house 3 do
do corn crib 1 do
do smoke house 1 do
do dairy house 1 do
oo poultry house 1 do
do ice house 1 do
do fruit and (lower
yard and garden 5 do
do handsomest & best
arranged cottage R do
Designs must be accompanied by estimate of
? cost and specifications.
Judges.?Executive Committee.
(class xx.)
ORNAMENTAL AND USEFUL ARTS.
Best specimen of graining ?3 and diploma
do oil painting 3 do
do water colors 2 do
do crayon drawing 2 do
do penmanship 2 do
do daguerrotvpe like
nesses 2 do
; do do land
scapes, 2 do
; do display of daguerreotypes 3 do
: do do dentistrj' 3 do
do specimen of sculptured mar
ble in figure 3 do
do specimen of worked marble
tomb stone 2 do
do display of marble work 3 do ^
Judges o? class xx?Prof. W. Iv. Pendleton,
[Bethany; Isaac Hoge, Moundsville, Ya.; Dr. R.
R. Reed, Washington, Pa.; 1). Peck, .St. Clairs
jville, O; Dr. J. Prisscli, Wheeling; Jas. Theak
er, Mt. Pleasant, O.
(CLASS XXI.)
SHOW CASK, &C.
Best& neatest show cose, variety articles, $3 00
do do do minerals, 3 00
do do do jewelry, 3 00
do do do assorted shells, o 00
do do do lace goods, 00
do do do millinery goods, Ji 00
do do do perfumeries, . 3 00
Jl'dges or class XXI.?Dr. T. II. Logan,
Wheeling, Ya., Win. Paxton, ?lo., F. W. Bass
et f, do., James Cady, Cadiz, Ohio., M. Morgan,
Mt. Pleasant, Ohio., John Gallaher, Mounds
ville, Isaac Nefswaligbr, St. Clairsville.
(CLASS XXII.)
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS.
Best 20 pounds ivory black, $*2 OO&DipVa
do box common bar soap, 2 DO do
do specimen country hard soap, 2 (H) do
do do do soft soap, 2 00 do
do do fancy cake soap, 2 00 do
do do mould candles, 2 00 do
do do stearine candles, 2 00 do
do 5 gallons lard oil, 2 00 do
do 25 pounds printer's ink, 2 00 do
do keg of copperas, 2 00 do
do keg oi alum, 2 00 do
do 5 gallons of alcohol, 2 00 do
do barrel of hydraulic cement, 2 00 do
du dozen bottles writing ink; 1 00 do
Judges of class xxii.?Dr. Capehart, Bridge
port, O., Dr. White, Wcllsburg, Ya., Dr. (jiltil
lan, W. Alexander, Pa., Dr. Bruce, Moundsvillc,
Ya., Dr. Thoburn, Wheeling, Ya.
(CLASS XXIII.)
DISCRETION Alt Y.
Judges.?C. S. Limbdin, J. llornbrook, A. P.
W oods.
(CLASS xxiv.)
Discrctioncry premiums will also be paid on
needlework, paintings, drawings, &c., executed
bv young persons; under sixteen years of age;
also, for children under twelve.
Judges or class xxiv.?J. K. Bostford, Whee
ling, Ya., Mrs. Mary, M'CIain, do., Mrs. Robt.
Crangle, do., Mrs. J. C. Orr, do., Miss. M, Kith
cart, ML Pleasant., Mrs. D. Updegraff, Mt Plea
sant, Mrs. Iiutli Brown, Wcllsburg, Mrs. L.
Hall, do., Mrs. Jas. Burley, Moundsvillc.
SPRUNG JUljiiiOTION.
[We charge Five Doixabs for Inserting nominations for
Sheriff, lu be paid Invariably in advance. Persons not com
plying with this rule, will undcrstand.'why their announce
ments do not appear.]
Mn. Editoij: John Parker will be the anti-Know Nothing
candidate in the City District for Coininbwioticr of the rev
enuc. CITIZEN'S 81* FRAG K.
Mo. Enrroc:?Please announce Peter Dei^plaise as a
candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue for Ohio Coun
ty. apt? MANY VOTE IIS.
CITIZENS CANDIDATE.
M*. Epitor :?Please oblige many citlzcns by announcing
our worthy fellow-citizen, ISAAC COTTS, as a candidate
In the ensuing Spring Election, for the office of Sheriff of
Ohio county.
fc39 MANY CITIZENS.
Mkmrs. Editors:?-You will confer a favor upon many vo
ters by announcing our esteemed and worthy fellow-citizen,
R. II. IIUBBELL, as a candidate for Sheriff, at our Spring
election.
fc5 0010 C0UNTY*
TO THE PFOPLE OF OllJO COUNTY.
I announce myself its a candidate for U?e office of Sheriff.
Should I he elected, T will tndeavor to discharge the dutlvb
with fidelity.
fc4 A. I5EDILION.
THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDA T?.
Our worthy citizen, SAML. IRWIN, Esq., will be support*
cd for the office of 8hcrlff? at the next election, by the
fcl VOTERS OP OHIO COUNTY.
Mm. Editor?Please announce TI10MA8 P. SHALLCROSS
as the people's candidate for Sheriff, at Uia ensuing spring
election. No one questions his peculiar fitness for the office.
Dy so doing you will oblige
fcl MANY VOTEItS.
[ Argus and Times copy and charge Uils office.]
TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY.
I respectfully announce myself a candidate for 'the office
of Sheriff, At the coming tyring election.
fttt w T F|:Uly
SPECIAL NOTICE S.
TO THE I, AD IKS
I We have just received a fresh supply of the "Cflncertirttt
i fH Lyts*' In boxes with fall direction# for use. Mill'* jfour
i otrm wop. Several Ladles In the city bare used the l.jt*,
and arc very much pleased with It. One cake will make a
barr*? of *qft *>ttp.
I AUo?Babbits. Soap Powders.
Starch Polish.
Fine Blue, expressly for washing and all the popu
lar houzkceplng articles are for sale by
T. II. 1.00 AN .* CO.,
j_. wg Bridge Cormy: Druggists.
ALI'ltED HliOHES',M. D.
Homoeopathic Phyaician,
| HAS removed his nlSccaml residence, and permanently
locatetl himself at the corner of Fourth and Qulneey streets,
below the First Presbyterian' Church.
Office Haras:?Mornlnp, from 7 to 9
Noon, " 1 4* S
Kveninp, 44 7 " 9
BILL OF PRICES.?For a single visit, 75 cents; medicine,
25 cents. For two or more visits a day, 50 cents; mcdlcltfe,
25 cents. Advice at office, and medlcInc, from 25 to 50 cts,
and upwards, as the case may l>c.
Obstetric eases from $5 to $10.
Visits to the country, according to distance.
The above "Pill of Prices" Is glvcu because It Is said my
chargcs are much higher.
May ft-lvd
Waxiuxgtox, Sept. 22J, 1342.
My wife has, f?r several years past, been much aflllcted
with a disease called Erysipelas, and having often ttied va
rious remedies for the complaiut, without receiving much
benefit from any and all of themf was lately induced to use
Hamptons Tincture, from which she has derived great ben
efit indeed; and a rational hope Is Indulged that, by a far
ther use of this medicine an entire cure will be effected.?
?Qds statement U made with pleasure, because the facts of
the case warrant it.
JOS. S. COLLINS.
For salt- by T. H. LOGAN 4 CO.
my I Gen'l Agents.
?3y~ChoIera has become one of the prevailing diseases of
our land, as well as foreign countries. This being a univer
sal fact, precaution should he taken in regard to diet during
the warm weather, and In view of the beneficial results in
the use of Dr. J. 11ostetter's Stomach Bitters, last season, In
our city, 8s well as elsewhere, we would advise all to procure
a supply for family uses, and use it as per direction* on the
bottle. When this Ls done much sickness can be prevented.
At least this is the experience of the past, which can he, and
is testified to by thousands.
?27"For sale by Druggists and hotels generally.
LAUGHLINSAllUSIIFIELD.
myl T. II. LOGAN A CO. Agents
EST"DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE AND INDIGESTION, by
which all persons are more or less- affected, can usually be
cured by taking moderate exercise, wholesome food, and a
dose of B'erhave'u HOLLAND HITTERS, one hour before
each meal.
fy Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $.*>, by the
proprietors,
BENJAMIN PAGE, Jr. & Co.
Manufacturing Pharmaceutists and Chemists, corner Smith
field and Third streets, Pittsburgh, and l?y
LAUG/rilXS <t BCH1/FJELD,
apftO Wheeling, Va.
A CARD TO THE INDIES.
Dir. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN FEMAPE PILLS arc Infalli
ble in removing stoppages or irregularities of the menses.?
These Pills .ire nothing new, but have been used by the Doc
tor for many years, both in France and America, with un
paralleled success In every case, and he Is urged by many
thousand ladies who have used them, to make the Pills pub
lic, for the alleviation of those suffering from any irregular
ities whatever, as well as a preventive to those ladies whose
health will not permit an increase of family. Pregnant fe
males, or those supposing themselves to be so, arc cautioned
against using these Pills, as the proprietor assumes no re
sponsibility after the above admonition, although their mild
ness would priveut any injury to health; otherwise these
Pills are recommended. Directions accompany each box.?
Price $1.
Sold wholesale and retail by
LA CGI! LI NS k BCSHFIELD,
"Gen'l Agents for Ohio county.
No 25 Monroe st.
Also for sale l.y T. II. LOGAN J: CO.
Bridge Corner Druggists.
All orders must be addressed to the above General Agents
?they will supply the trade at Proprietors prices, and send
the Pills confidentially to ladies by mail, by enclosing $1 to
either, at the Wheeling Post-office.
N. B.?Dr. Duponco's Golden Pills, signature "J. Dupon
co" on every box; none other genuine. For particulars get
Circular of Agents. ap25?ly
Dr Geo. W. Phillips'
COUGHSYEUP
FOR TOE CURE OF
Coughs, Colli.-!, Croup, Hoarse lie?, Bleeding Lungs, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Influenza, .Speakers Sore Throat,
Consumption, an<l all Diseases of
the Throat and Cheat.
?A I. S O?
Dr.fSco. M'? I'taiPIip*'
It II E U M A TIC LJXIMEXT
AND
PAIN PANACEA,
FOU THE BELIEF AND CUKE" OF
lUfMlUiatisni, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica,Pleuratle Pains,
Pains in the Side, Chest, Hack ami face, Swelled
and Painful Joints, Weak Hack, Cramp,
Sore Throat, Sprains, Ac.
The thousand*- who have used these Medicines testify to
their excellent merits by a continuance of their use. To
those who have not used them we would say THY Til EM and
they will find them to be all they arc represented, and that
they will act with magic-UA'e effect.
DB. GEO. W. PHILLIPS, Sole Proprietor, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
For sale wholesale and retail by
I.AUOUUXS ?0 J!USIIFIRLD,
fcl4:ly General Agents for WestebIx Virginia.
The ){re?tC4t 3Xciiic?l Oi?corcry of the
Apr. tit
AYBR'S CATHARTIC PILLS.
They don't help cornpl.ilnts, hut they cure theio.
One Box has cured Dyspepsia.
Three Boxes have careil the wor??t ca-*es of Scrofula.
Two Boxes have cured Erysipelas.
One Box always cures the Jaundlcc.
Three Boxes are sure to clcunse the system from Bolls?
often less than one does it.
Two Bjxcs have completely cured the worst of Ulcers on
the legs.
Small doses si Mom fail to curc the Piles.
One dose curca the Headache, arising from a foul etom
ach.
Strong doses, often repeated, expel every worm from the
body. They should I? given to children, who arc always
more or less afllictcd with this scourge.
As a srrntle Physic they lmve no equal.
One Box cures Derangement of the Liver.
Half a Box cures a Cold.
They purity the Blood, and thus strike at the foundation of
every disease.
As a Dinner Pill there is n?t their equal In the world.
They are purely vegetable, and can do xio harm, but do ac
complish an unaccountable amount of good.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayeh, Practical Chemist, Lowell,
Massachusetts, and sold by all Druggists end dealers in Med
icine throughout this section.
A. C. GOOD 4 CO., Wheeling,
opS \Vhr*i???nlp and Retail Agents.
ONE I-IUXDllED DOLLARS,
Will be given to any artist In Virginia who will exhibit
twelve pictures, viz: six Amhrotype* and six Daguerrotype*
of equal merit to twelve which Mr. Adams will select from
his collection. He has opened a new Gallery over Forh's Jew
elry Store, 1ST Main St., with a pky light arranged on the most
approved principles, which cannot be equalled unless simi
larly situated fronting on the river. 'With rooms easy of ac
cos?, large and well arranged, with every convcnicnce for
znaklug flrst class pictures of. every style and size. He is
happy to announce that lie will be assisted by Mr. James Cadt
the artist who made the pictures that were awarded th* high
est premium, a Gold. Jfedal, at the last fair of the American
Inetitute r t Castle Garden, New York, also the only premium
aicarded for Daguerreotypes at the World* Fair at Pari*.
Mr. A. has received fire medal* and right diploma* for the
best Daguerreotypes exhibited at different fairs in the United
Statts, which fully attest to their superiority and having been
houored with a large proportion of the business In Wlieelfng
the past year he expects with Increased facilities not only to
retain but enlarge the number of his patrons, more "especial
ly as he relics on the intrUttc merit* of his productions rath*
cr than a display of furniture. A mbrotype* either on tingle
or double giant. Dnguerrotypus plain or colored equal to
painting on I vory. Photograph* from the lowent prices up to
fifty dollars. Our light being made of French Plate Glass
and being unol?structcd by other buildings, pictures can be
made from *unrl*e to ennittt. Pictures of children taken in
*tantaneou*ly from 0 A. M. to 3 P. if. Yet Uie light Is so soft
and mild that persons with weak eyes can sit by it with per
fect case. Cloudy days as good as any by this light. Call
and examine before engaging elsewhere.
lVlunnery.
MRS. I! APS ELL, No 103 Main street, having Just returned
from the East, with n choice and wi11 selected assort
ment of Fashionable ArtlrUs of Millinery, .begs to Inform
her friends, the hullcs of Wheeling and vicinity, that sho
I will open them tor Inspection on Tuesday next, the loth of
I April, * hen she hope* the ladles will give her a call.
I Having engaged a llrst-class Eastern Milliner, she will
t be prrparcd to tnako up any goods to order, on the shortest
I notice.
Ladles and Children's Oaltera, Boots and Fhoes.
ap!2;flin 1 MAIN 8THKET.
iff KKI18 Ul C.rl) ^il?,|.rl.nr, ror ..lv hr
III ,P(w i.avoiimns * nrnnmxn.
, ' .... ' ?
i" 2sS5 3x2$'.!? "X; t t.~r' ?, -j
new advertisements.
athkn^uivi.
Honehett & Duffieia : : : : : : : Lessees
D. HANCHETT..* ;;.Actiso asi) Stack Masa?b|L
It. DUPFIELD.... .TttKA-r wta.
NOTIOfi. . W?
The' repeated solicitations of numerous patrons of the
Athewcuw have Induced the Management ta reuutln for one
week longer, which will l>e positiretg the lad, as engage
ments elsewhercuecessarlly require their attention. During
this week a series of novelties will be presented In a style
never surpassed iu this city.
31U*. IIUFVIKI l>,
the popular actress, will appear iu her unrivaled character
of Portia.
?nn v nv t?nirp? < Parquette ami Dress Circle, ,V> cents.
?CALh OF PRICES.Fnm,^ Circle 25 ??
On MONDAY EVENING. MAY 5TII, 1S56, will be pre
sented. In 4 acts, Shaktpeare's splendid play of the
MERCHANT OF VISNICJK;
OK, SHYLOCK T1IE JEW.
Shylock, the Jo t Mr Hanchett .
Partin ... - Mrs. DulBcld
After which a Popular Song
By Miss Dow
To conclude with the laughable Farce of
I'liUFECTION. , .
Charles Parapou Mr. Glassford
Kate O'Brian Mrs Gregory
In rehearsal
THE CAKPKXTEH OF ROUEN.
fVT^Doors o|K-n at T o'clock. Performance to commence
at T.y. my&
LOST.
ON SATURDAY, between the wharf and the D. & O. R. R.
Depot, a Pocket Hook containing a sum of money. The
' finder will htf suitably rewarded by leaviug it at J. M. Mat*
; thews A Cj.N warehouse. m\5-lt
Verily Truth, is sometimes
Stranger than Fiction!
AN ASTOUNDING CUKE ? !
THIS young gentleman Is now living In our midst?those
who know him will bear testimony that his sufferings and
' cure are no exaggeration. Some of the pieces of bone may
be seen by calling at 21U ll-tltiuiore street?others are in bis
possession. Let the sceptical sec him?he will testify that
he id
A MONUMENT,
LIKE MANV OTHERS. TO THE
GREAT VIRTUES OF
If A .VP TOS\S ? MET A BLR TIXQTURE ! .
Daltimoeb, March ?1, ISM.
This Is to certify, that abount nine ears Mince I was at
tacked with a pain in iny right aukle. We sent for a phvsi*
clan, who ordered it to be poulticed, as it won very much
swollen; and it continued to progress until it had increased
to the height of my knee. I suffered very severely with pain
?ulcers, to the uumber of twenty-five formed between ankle
ami knee, which were frequently laid open to the l>one, and
out of which came particles of bone to the number of 25,
and one or two or which were 1*? inches long.
TRIES COUNTRY AIR.
I was then taken to Harford county of this State; the physi
cian there told my mother and friends he could heal the ul
cers, but I could not live afterwards. Tiiis physician work
ed with me for seven weeks, using the knife frequently, tak
ing front the ulcers proud ilerh and pieces of bone without
giving me any relief?some of the applications were so very
severe that when applied the agony was so great my frit nds
could not stand by and Si e me suffer 1 thought at this tiuie
there was no cure fur me; from my knee to my aukle was not
much unlike a honey-comb, the numerous ulcers running
freely a white pus witii uo sign of blood, nstd at time? when I
would scratch my lingers a white pus would issue therefrom
tuixi-d with water.
11ALTIM0RE MY HOME!
1 then returned to Baltimore, my old home, expecting
to itle.
It..- the advice of my friends, I used various remedies, some
of which gave me only trausietit relief. I continued to jcrow
wor?.; a swelling came on my left hip, and alter.severe pain
an ufcir formed, from which came a piece of bone. Anoth
er also formed on my spine, which my physicians cut out,
an.l wished at the same time to cut o:f my right leg us the
only means of saving my life. After this, yet another form
ed on my right arm, and oi.so one on my lett groin, as also on
oth?.r parts of my ImnI.v, which iu number and' size astonish
ed those who saw them. I was reduced to a mere skeleton,
and as weak as att infant.
DEATH A RELIEF !
I felt death would have been a relief tome. I had tried phy
sicians and all the remedies I could hear of, when a frieud
who lTa.1 been cured by "HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINC
TURE*.? ??f ai disease 'similar to the one l was laboring under,
udrlsed nieto try it. At this time I had been atllicted full
five years. P commenced taking "JAuiijAon'n Vegetable
Tincture."
[HOPE COMES!]
the llrst bottle of whlcii inspired me with hope, and by the
time 1 had taken five Itotties 1 felt so much Improved that 1
had the confidence to believe that it Would cure me. 1 con
tinue-. I it* use?-till Jiujirovluj:. My ulcers healed, nnd new
strength came to my weak atul shattered system, nml with
out further detail, I am happy to say my le-g Is also healed,
and a general renovation of my health has taken place, and
1 now consider myself cured by this wonderful medicine
alone. I have given but a faint Idea of my sufferings, but
my frieiuls who may read this will bear testimony to all that
I have said In favor of
IlimpfonV? Fi'ffeititifo Tincture,"
and I will say to^nil who are atUieted us I have been, to use
it w ith the utmost confidence.
EDWIN M. SPRANKLIN,
No. 27 Register street,
8 doors north of Prutt st.
IT IS A GREAT SPJUXG MEDICINE!
TllF. RllKAT RENOVATOR OK THE SYSTEM.
gg^Ddicate ladies uad children will please to give It a
trial.
SOMETHING A BOUT I LAMP TONS TINCTURE?To
NEIi VOL'S SUFFERERS.
As an Invito rat or aud Restorative, where a gentle stimu
lant is wanted, ire believe it superior to all the Cordials be
fore the public, as a cure fur DYSl'EPSl A, C'OUOUS, SCHOF
ULA and RHEUMATISM, with all disas?*sof the Stomach and
Dowels, It ha? been truly successful to the Kindle and inar
ried. We offer the most valuable remedy, which thousand;
will testify.
{&~Cnll and get pamphlets and see cures.
For sale by 'J*. *1*. I.oynu A: Co.. Wheeling, flen
er:tl Agents.
SoU by MORTIMER ft MOWI1RAY,
240 Baltimore at., Baltimore,
and Uo4, Broadway, N. Y.
tgrpricell per, bottle. myS
Hb: yjrm.i 'kMiWT
OSStSOODS ChVilngOgue,
Ih-shle.s fever and Ague Pills,
Staaip.-de Mixture, /
Wrlgl.ts Tonic 5fixture.
Jay lies Ague Pill*,
All for tiie "s/nrJw."
For sale by
mv3 T. II. LOGAN* kCO.
\VJLSOS'S " DASDEUOS COFFEE
17*011 Dyspepsia %kc. Quit your nerrou* drink* and use
souiethiug thai will strengthen an rotore.
For bale by T. 11. LOGAN & CO.,
tnvO llridce Corner Druggist*.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE
TO THE Sd'UTIl AND 1 VEST!
Thnry Monet/1 a ud Distance Sated!
CENTRAL
Ol-ITO RAIL-ROAD!
KEW AUI!ANGEMEXT.
Two Through Traine, Bach Way Daily!
srxi/A rs EXCEPTED,
Connecting on the East with the Riiltimorc and Ohio Ral'
Koail and the Ohio Diver at Wheeling, and on the We: t wl.h
Railro:?ls at Xanesvllc. Newark. Monroevlllc and Coluuiotfs
for all parts of the South West.
jfWThrough Tickets to all part* of West and
South cfin be obtained ?// the office in Wheeling,
and information as to every Hue and connection west of the
Ohio Diver.
PASSENGERS BOUND WEST
can, by tafcuig this rout,-, save time, uioney and distance.
TRAINS LEAVE
FOR THE WEST AS FOLLOWS:
1st. Through Mail Train at 4.50 A. M.
2d. Express Train 44 11.45 a.m.
Making Direct and sure connections for
Cincinnati,
1'itieenne,t,
f>>. Lou in,
AND ALL
Ch icngo,
IndiuniippTu,
]!orJ; hionJ,
Tern'. Unite,
Lexington, Ky.
Tj?ii*rilJe.
.'ARTS OK THE WEST.
R
Two Daily Trains From til? West
Connect at Wheeling with the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road
for all parts of the East and Scal>oard.
E37~The Omnibus calls for Passengers at nil the Hotels;
and. hy leaving directions nt this O.Hcc, will call at any part
of the city. Through passengers *nd liaggage free.
G EN ERAL. TICKET OFFICE,
One Door fSouth of the tyriggJIouRp, Wheeling.
THATCHED PERKINS, Sup?t.
W. D. TERRY,
Gnitrxl Passenger Agent, Wheeling.
J. W. DROWN, General Ticket Aceut, Columbus.
May f.
Board of Health.
EPORT of the Roard of Health of the city of Wheeling
fur the month of Apsll, 1556:
Anemia I I
Apoplexy
Consumption ... 6
Croup
Convulsions 8
Congestion of Drain 1
Disease of lltart 2
Diarrhica
Erysipelas
Fever, Scarlet
(New Orleans) 1
Inflammation of Womb i
Inanition
Jaundice 1
Kllhd by stabbing
Killed by a fall I
Ranker Dash. m. c ; ; 1
Meningitis
Old Age 1
Pneumonia y
Premature
Still-born y
Whooping Cough. 1
Total.
Of the above there were
Under I year ....12
Between 1 and 5 years
4' 5 and 10 " i
." 10 aud 20 4* i
" 20 and 80 44 q
?? 80 and 40 41 ^*5
44 4<) and 53 44 1
44 "50 and Ci 44 ?
44 CO and 70 44 * * *n
44 70 and 60 44 ......v......:. rt
44 SOandOO 44 V..V.V.A
Total ot
? Stales 28?Females 14?Colored 0.
_ A. 8. TODD, Secretary
mySSt' Board of Health.
REAL ESTATE SALES.
For Salo.
STOCK in the Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of U.u
l?*Id Sper cent fur six months Jan. l*t. Kaqu|rc at ,J%*
?!BS5l . ~ -? ___ a,.?>,u
For Salo.
np.HOSE very desirable buihllne loti? numbered t
JL 16d. ami one half of 12ft, nil being on j^ne St-,V? .
order to close a sale these Lot* will be told very low* ' v ?
lo ' W
apl'lm >'? R. AI'.M>t|;q\i:
Land for Sale. ~
I WISH to sell my Farm near Whet linjr. an.! ? iq .. ..,
liberal terms, ami in one or uiore tracts, as may jn
aired. * " Ut>
/. j.vr.m.
For Rent.
VGOOD two story Honse, situated on Morrow street r
further particulars enqulys of ? ,<>f
__ 5I'* CKO. K. WtCKIUM.
For Sale ~~
A T A BARUAIN?One inwil Rufpv an?l Ham.-*.
J\ S. AVERY, Xo?. 1-lt! Jt u, Mnl:
r?*r Wh,,|:..,. v,
Property for sale" ux~
Whcsling Island.
THE undersigned will, at an early day, or t?h!oh ,??
notice will hereafter be given, during the eomlnt.vij!,
offer at public or private sale in lots to *ult purcL*-r-? ' f,'
that i>ortion of Wheeling Inland now iu the ocenfat^ .
William Clark. ' ?
To persons in scarch of a country rt* id mce, r iThoot
moving an fucom'enicnt distance from the cite. ,.r t<> ,? **
desirous of engaging iu Market Gardening, th:* i.iotwnt
possesses advantages superior to any other ever l-Wetr, *7?
ed in thb? vicinity. *,r*
FRANCIS K. ARMSTRONG,
AttV in fact for
jn2* HENRY MOORE. T-xl%Xt9m
For Sale.
^ VKRY desirable building lot* iu Ceutre Wheeling, on rva
?J sonable terms.
dc'J.% _ ANDRKW WUJTK.
For Sale.
FEW share* of Mtock of tl?e Wheeling Gas Comtuiiv
Enquire of
A
ddP ? R. n. woods.
Tavern to Rent
rPHE well known Tavern, known as Mrs. Gcrad'lo^V, on the
JL National road, 0 mile* ea.?t of Wheeling. * ill f.? *r, r,
from April first, 1850. The stand is too will and Uwt. \\v
known to require further notice.
For terms enquire of Jacob Gooding or the underxierrd
nvl9tf _ l.YDIA CUL'GKU.*
HOUSE AND tOT FOR SAI E
ri"MlE undersigned offers for sale his House and Lot, qc
JL Market street, East side, between Motirov and
Tlic Lot is 44.feet frout, wjth a gov.J llrick Dnelling i|vc,t
and outbuildings.
It will Ik? sold low and on accommodating terms, and
Session given any time after 1st of October.
pjyEnquire of?
sepS J- V. ZIMmkr
MIGHTY TRIUMPH IS MEDICI.St: >~T!
DR. MORSE'S
IXVIGOP.ATINCt CORUIAI..
N OT only relieves, but actually exterminates all ncrrou*
diseases, by removing their caues, atril ?o l.uiMhi^ un
ami fortifying the whole physical system.th.il it i**eon:c?al
tolutely Invulnerable to all attacks of this character, and a
relapse Is therefore Impossible.
THE CORDIAL
combines peculiarities never before associate! in any nmli
clne. While It acts specifically upon the circulation an i tjt
sccretlous, purifying anil r- novating both. sad gives toae
autl regularity of action to the stomach aid W*;..
To every relaxed organ. St Imparts a decree uf muscular
strength, and a capacity to endure fatigue, wh-.th.-r ttodily
or mental. that is j>erfectly astOnNhine. ThctlarcM th>h
and muscles harden under its iufineijce. the n..rv<t at<
bniceil, every fibre Is restmng; and any s.?.-j ath .l fuuetion,
either in tntiu or woman, is*restored to full vi^-or. All..thrr
tonics and stimulants produce re-actIon, but it is the j*vu
liarity of
DR. MORSE'S INVIGORATING fORPlAI.
to 'operate unspeut.* The lutlueiiec it ?-.\ert-. i> tutifnrm and
uerttetu'al: it seems to
INJECT NEW. LIFE
Into the whole system. The inqniteuce nf age; the nida
tion prodnce?l by iudulgence; weakuesi that >ei:?? r .n?titu.
tional; and every known affection of the iki res of *eii?atii>u
and motion, an* relleve<l or cured by a sinjrle course ? f this
rejuvlnnting preparation.
Among the diseases for which It 1< an infaliihb- .?{?eeilic.the
following may Ik; enumerated: Nervous Incapacity iu Man;
Itarrenness; Hyhtrrlcs; Female Irregularities; Neuralgia;
Nervous Headache; LowSpIrlts; Feelli?gs??f Discura^inj. nt
or Despair; Involuntary Weeping; Mental Confusion; I.o>s
of Memory; Trctunloti?neas: Rush of ltli.f i t! ? II.rd;
Mental Indolence; Loss of Aj>petit?; Auraci.ttien; Mn?ct'l*r
Relaxation; Irritability ; l>yspt|?s5a: Torpor alter Kithp;
Nervous Cough; I'npleasatit Ernctrons; Fotd Itt- nth; Irtrp
ularlties of the I'owels; Sleeplesst.? s? ; Ennui: l:i vidua tare
Slphltisr; Anxiety: Causeless Fears; Monomania: It.lip.
ious Mt lancholy; and every species or coui|daint conurctnl
?wltitlier imuieillately or remotely?with the futict !vri> of the
nerves.
TO THE MARRIED AND SINGLE in t-v. ry d.lijhr*.
leal exlgincy. this unrivaled, safe and luf.dli>d< , \h!I.ir;,t.t i<
j earntsiiy recoiuuiended. It diffuses a delightful calm thro*.
I the whole system^ and by communicating to a feeble ?>rjraa.
j ism the energy which nature has denied, <t iji.hth'. i.oe de
| stroyed, it Inevitably prolongs life, tvhile it euntril-atc to iu
1 enjoyment.
I The testimonials of Its efficacy are from clergymen ofbifh
standing, leading medical men, ami, in faet, . ud-racis t very
[ profession, occupation and cla??.
CADTJON.
I I>r. Montr'i Invigorating Cordial has hern counterfeited
?by 90111c unprincipled
In future nil the genuine Cordial will have the proprietor**
fiic-^iiiiile patted over the cork of each tattle, nnd the tol
lotrinz n or-ls Mown In the p!a?s:
"Dr Morse's Invigorating Cordial "
c. ii. king, puopaiirrou.x r.
J3f"TIie Cordial i* put up. highly conccntrut-in j-iut
lioillc.". Price fl per bottle, two for $.*?, nix for $12.
For sale by LAL'GIIIJNS k BUSIU 1I1.D,
tnh2Gd3m Whulc?cl? l)ruggiits, U Munw't.
HEISKELL & SWEARIN&Eff,
V\7OULD hep leave to announce to you an extensive ani
T ? val of Spring ami Hummer Good*. being their
SECOND STOCK TIIIS SEASON.
of lieatitiful ami choice Goods, which will ?. o; ,:. aa?'r..v!j
for inspection on Thursday anil Fiida\. th? i tl. and ll'h
insts. We confidently invite jour intpict'.vti ?>f <?:.! ??.<?,
believing as we <Io, that it cannot be txctlhd in the city, ai>4
we have no hecitation in Inviting a comparison.
Our Dree* Goods, just received by th* sttata?r* P> rsia anl
Atlantic, have been selected in New Vork, principal!* ftotn
the well known houses of A. T. Stewart i Co., J.
Heck A Co., Arnold, Constable & Co., and I ? ^Ml. P.?r*>n,
I<akc A Co., which i> efficient guarantee that tie ?t*h? arc
of the most fashionable, and recent .- inij-ortiJ.
Our Embroideries are chiefly of our nun inipurt&tlon. rtier*
by enabling us to oifer superior inducements Lcth in lit*
! UC5S of design and price.
j Our s?tock of Mantillas are of the importation of fienrfe
IRulpin A Co. Matty Novelties not to he loucd *l??*l??r? ?
We would beg leave to call particular sttrLtii.U tf? ??? r
: stock of- I.iliet:.', imported by ottr$? Ives; >5 to ?i;r of
Staple and House Keeping Goods, all of which ?e waU*llat
very low prices.
It is our intention to offer superior advHr.tne?-? i" 1 &f
chaser*, and by continued fair dealing to merit the cnC?ht:cr
of the public.
Very rcspectfnllv,
IIEISivKLL A SWEARINT.KX.
corner Market and Colon *t?.
npll Win?i;n^. Va.
AUCTION I.OTS.
I AH DOZEN I.men Catubih* IIan<lk'Is ;.t a tip.
lUVJ 100" " '? at a to 10 cttu,
north three
4d pr real Irish Linen at 25, worth 4'V.
?p? " " nt 44 to 50, worth 73 to $??
2?K> Parasols at n preat bargain.
l&U Mantilla.", some of the. brM bargains tb*tjM
ever saw?at
m?gd stone t
j-iuetion bai gains.
Il'ST OPENED nt \V. I). MOTTK x IIROV. a varl.lj ol
Good.* bought at Auction at alu?ut one half I?" |?"cr?
such aa?
All-wool DeBeges, hrown and steel color;
Cotton Warp "
Black Silks, plain and striped:
Printed D. Laities, GInphams, Embroideries;
1'aras ols, Hosiery. Av. ^ .
humbug! Come and see. aH!_?
XO M1STAKK. t
"W^IIATthc ladies say must he true??n uhohav. wnthe
* ? Spring and Summer Mantles which ?? r.- r?e?-i*?J >???
terday at W. D. MOTTE A BUO'S. say that they arc b?c lit
tlest in Wheeling. ,
Call soon, before they are all gone. *!''? -
QOME very choice pa?eriis\f StclU Stawls, with enry
O other variety of Shawls, can Ite rot at . IB^
up 12 W. I>. MOTTK *
DR. 3T WT WIIKA'l'
HOMffiOPATBIST;
HAVING jost recti red a fresh fippiv <?f "'^'^rur
Metiicines, is prepai ed to refill Karaily CaWi 1
tdsh Domestic Works on lloma^opathj".
OFFICE?OnQuiucy street, uear i'o?t-CKHoc. ^ ^
mrfM'TzJrWjj ir.ilfc
IpiXE Silver I'lnl.-.I T?Wo.T.-? an.I Sail 5f0on?[?r-, w
dies, Sugar and Cream Spoon*.
_?pio For"""^ j. r. ?<"OTr_
POM KM))' FLOCK
DELS. Crystal Mills. Extra:
UUU 200 bids. Coalridge Mill.", Extra;
Just received per steamer Rrcktt. an'l fo'1 t pn
aplO ' JNO. M. MATTllFAVg i ?
1000
FI.0 VII.
BARHEI^ Mixed Brand?, some very sup
:rfor for
i.\/ \s\J family use, for sale by jl hi
nrio JNO. Jl. M.irriiK"-- * t0^
ENGINE'FOItRAI.i:.
A NEW and complete Eupine, cvlinder I" 'nf. *'_,??*>
A stroke; Willi Ian new Uoilera,33 loclit" iIlamtK'??'1 -
feet long. For sale by ..-,PC ? rft
apHt JNO. Jl. MATTIIF.Wf t
SIJ ({All VUREI) If A MA
f A TIERCES McKeen A Evans tmgar curcl.
1U 1?? " Oardner, Phitts A Co.
apin Fcr'*,e")' J. M. mawhew* ro._
WHITE TIMHH Mil'tHEA h
JUST RECEIVED?HO doxen'rapetior nathd >" j*.
Brushes, from No. ? to No. 10, expre*??5 >*r
saline. _ ,, _ , thtta
ALSO?Some of extra make for retail. Call"*5?
at D. NIl'OLI. 4 DKOV.
apK .
T>RISTS?a ew? Mctmoi'd'i Print. '<?* '?
JL ways eell at a levy, at 8 to 9c.
4*> ps yd wide Chintz worth 2oc, at l.^t- colow,
5 cases Ginghams, of superior quality sod
at a levy?a very great barpain. ^.,,^1 IK
Chally DeLalns?a few thousand yards of Jhe*"'? w
Lftlns on fine ChallV Oaths, such as we >oi<i a
81 cts, from 10 to 15c.
Fine bro. Muslins, worth 12 at <>.V??*> . t3q\iaS*
ap25 - STO>b?_*
WAXTED. ,?coci^r
O.NE THOUSAND tmihdi of ShfUcJ Corn. In C00
-nSnSOrJir' r.ro.
?yyimiNO?JoWjU. spanlrii.dry. t Cft_
KYE WHISKY?A suiall lot, rcrj- aaperior aHldf.
.p'*1fhy A. C. oood t CO

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