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TbBE^?* 0f lhe 0ity C0UDCn
J, evcningatT^Vlock^
^,..P will bo served up to-day at 10
??*** Jcirer8on IIousc'Main *"
^ **?, ro1"
Jtf ?a^Tin Xcw 0r,tan!''on th0 ?
(hut about"o'clock Saturday even
*C]ttrn-?n o?Ucd near the llcmpficld
it>S "" ddenot by which a young lad named Wm.
P^lroaddep- , on Uo<yxy street, lost hUri(?ht
Kc,1y' * dia n0t learn the particular?, further
? Jut occurred by one of the cars passing
??'1,,S Ttue'c-o' R- B. rou Jest?
^^ngsoftheCentratOhioItailroad
Co. forJone wcre: . 23,408 40
ForPtf^S0" * 450 4C
rorEspres3 * 2,262 25
for Ma'11 ' ' . 20,000 75
for FreijJ* ? * .
. $52,220 80
~ Grooving am^ Tonguing Jfa
T"B n,v7 " Hughes 4 Co., at their MUl,
cU"* ^ f? f ?d Washington street,, is a nov
rCr -. ^v The board is planed, grooved
?lty in its ??y- .ncrcdiblc sbort spate of time,
and Wgued tlirough the machine once only,
and by pacing * ^ Hi esc machines at
"T.i" ?i??1'"hy
'J^ZtS "?. UUS "*?
For tho Treasury ^ 30
For the In tenor Department ^ _ 17;,u8 08
\sTJl^s ^cc'ived and enter- ^ oo
Frr.mt^cltocous sourccs - j g, U'j2 8"
T?e "MartinsvUIc?JWdgeport Ucllair and
Belmont County (What's the rest?) American
Eatcrj,r^c" concludes a leader of thirteen b
^4\fter Tftichanan crowd the Zfonler ruffians,
i *',i then the croans and blood from the
'p T' I nr the whites and blacks pours into
[v'Jlf To advocate the election of ?tllmorc
i fullv and to vote for hiin will bi a Fizzle.
i!-\ it! ?""8 "f Washington! Dependents of
j??on' Followers of Adams, llenry, and
^^on which angle will you place your
'Ve'rire the above in its owu vernacular, al
ttrini neither spcllinz, sense or punctuation. Let
[^slicks look to his laurels.
We U-arn from the Washington Star that the
\y?r.al Convention of Cigar Makers, which
'Jl some days ago in New York, resolved to
ult earnest measures against Senator James
ttriflf bill. v .
Ihey also adopted resolutions tending to
mite the prices of cigars and tobacco, and
^ling tn the assembling of an annual National
Contention. -
1 hey proposed memorializing Congress for a
*iir bill laying a duty of 80 per centum on all
imported cigars, and admitting the nnmnmifac
turvd article free. There were also resolutions
offered to establish a Trade Union, for the pro
lection of journeymen cigar makers and the
trade generally^ ^
The Spkioo House.?The Messrs. Yarnall, de
termined not to be behind the times, have been
making some desirable improvements at the
S,irigg House, designed to render it one of the
Very l.cst hotels in the Western country, as it is
DOW one of the most popular. The proximity
to the steamboat landing and railroad depots
xitii the line view up and down the river, ana
ft'woodland scenery of the adjoining State ol
Ohio, to say nothing of the polito attentions of
aim host, all unite in rendering the Sprtgg a
vry desirable stopping place. Among the oth
?improvements, we notice the saloon 1ms been
wSttcd i:t a tasteful manner, and ia now under
dnrgt of Mr. Lewis, a gentleman who appears
j-derstand liis business, and gets up a lunch
iaa style new to this city. Soil crabs, toma
to, fresh fish, and the deiio*ie?of the season,
were served up on Saturday. I
Is a few weeks more the Hcinpfield Railroadj
*ill be completed to Washington, Pa., and with
the kuowledge of this fact before us there comes j
2 thought of that generally natural sequence?
tho increase of trade. Washington Co., Pa.,
his a very great productive industry, mostly ol
?mining and agricultural kind. It is a rich
county both as regards the quality of the land,
the coal mines and the personal wealth of its
inhabitants. It has one or two large towns,
wvtral small ones, and every few miles villages.
Several of these towns lie along and in the vi
cinity of this road. The county seat, Washing
ton, which for the present is the terminus of the
road, is a town of between 85 hundred and 4
thousand inhabitants. This place is to a very
considerable extent the market of the county.
Immense quantities of wool have been from time
to time sold there. This place is known well in
the East as a heavy dealing dry goods market,
and in Pittsburgh and Wheeling as no small
item in the way of groceries. Now, in all prob
ability it will be some time before the Chartiers
roul is completed from Washington to Pitts
burgh, and at the present their merchants are
paying 25 ccnts per hundred for the transpor
tation of merchandise from Pittsbuigli there.?
The idea is suggested, in view of these facts,
where is the natural and most eligible market
for Washington merchants? Certainly it is nof
Pittsburgh. She has no advantages over us.?
Wheeling has a reputation as a cheap groccrv
inirket, and her dry goods sales have been stea
dily on the increase. We mention theso tilings,
btcause wo believe that our merchants here
*hould be alive to such opportunities. They
ftiioulj use energy to make theso merchants
thoroughly apprized that it is for their interest
?&<1 convenience, as well as for our benefit that
ftey should form a trade connection with us.?
Will not our \Vasliiugton county friends consid
" these facts, and will they not at a glance con
clude with us that Wheeling is emphatically the
??-'ket for the Hemp field Road towns?
The Washington Union says:
We are requested to Mate that the British
Pf taee charge on letters between tho United
K'-ngdutns and the British colonies of Van Die
?san's Land and Western Australia, having been
Gently reduced to sixpcncc the half ounce,]
whether such letters are conveyed by packet or
by private ship, the .single rate of letter postage
between the United States and either of these
colonies will hereafter be 88 instead of 48 cents
?the postage, in all cases, to be paid in ad
vance. This rate is, however, independent ol
any transit postage to which tho letters may
be liable for conveyance through any foreign
State, other than Great Britain and her, Col
ooiva. ?
The Cincinnati Gazettc'has received the sub
joiuctLadvices conccrningthe New York wool
market:. -
Wool.?Tho shearing season is now aliout
over, and it has been a remarkable one indeed
for high prices. The great centre of operation
during tho past month was principally confined
to thu wool-growing districts?^chiefly Ohio,
Michigan, and thc-Wextern States; our market,
therefore, has been extremely quiet during the
past month or six weeks. As we have previ
ously stated, the agents of Woolen companies
bought with great avidity, and they have now
the satisfaction to know that three-fourths of
the clip in the above mentioned districts hove
already changed hands at 3a5c. and even as high
as 10c per pound above the opening rates of last
year. This is exactly what we foreshadowed
earlv in the season. It seems that the world 13
not yet rid of geniuses. Because the clip is
found to be short, as we stated some four or
live weeks since, agents have competed with
each other as purchasers, ai.d in so doing they
have run up the prices to such a high point
that prudent dealers had to withdraw from the
market These arc tacts which cannot be denied.
They stand out in bold relief against operators
and we cannot comprehend what induced them
to pay such exorbitant rates for \V ool: it can
not be, most certainly, any great advance in tho
goods market, for woolens arc selling now near
ly as low as any time last year, while the raw
material has advanced over 80 per cent. It now
remains to be seen whether the producers will
convert the raw material to proper use^ and
give the consumer a well manufactured article,
this is the only means left, wc think, by which
tliev can save themselves from any pending or
untoward disaster. The new clip lias been
backward, but it is now coming forward in lar
ger quantities, and the market begins to assume
a more animated aspect; we learn of further
sales of 15,1100 to 20,000 lbs medium to fine
fleec? at 42a02c, cash, and 12,000 lbs coarse
fleece at :j4c; further sales have transpired, but
we cannot at present give the particulars. We
also notice sales of 2,o00 lbs carpet wools at 8c
per lb cash, and 32,000 lbs washed Mexican at
16c; 6 months.
The Mobile Commercial Circular of Toulmin,
Voorhecs & Co., of July 2, says:
"Prospccts for growing crops not so flatter
ing as they were two weeks ago. Tho country
is getting too much rain. The ^cotton plant
wants, now, dry and hot weather.
CWPcoplc will have Uielr notions?? fact we" understood
at the "Bridge Corner Drug Store," where will I* found a
variety of goods to supply *" 'he ??'<? <?' ,hc community.
See- the adverliscmcul of T. II. Logan * Co. lu anoU-er col
umn. They "keep up with the tlmc?!"
The Skill asn >'*" '?n-- s!ucc r""*
Into a proverb, but nunc- ot 1.1. famous achievement, lu the
Daguerrean Art have sprung into universal popular ty with
such electric speed as hU crowning Improvement tl.e Am
brotvpe. The Illustrated press teems with ensravlngiI from
?-s,r. Ambrotypes, and it seems to be conceded on a.,
hands Utat they come nearer to life than anything that che
udltry and light have heretofore produced. To understand
^.ywhot Brady La, accomplished in .??
must visit his peerless Gallery of Portr.lu, ?.?
re all the celebrities of the nation seem to speak from
the pictured walls. Attached to the establishment Is one of
the Arst . a'cr-c.Ior painters In this country, ??????l0r
in- of his photographs surpasses anything of the Und we
Lsve ever lln. The Besh tints are the very duplicates of
nature Under such circumstances, It Is not iurprising U.a
Brady's room- are crowded from "morn till <>'**
the tUle of society, and that all st<an,:erS from far and near
consider the tour of the "lions" o, Sew Yo.-k Incomplete un
til tlier have seen his stupendous Gallery.
?n e recent addiUon of splendid Photograph Portrait, of
.UUhe canLr-te. for President, and Vice-President, to the
collection, is attracting hundred* of visitors d y.
ferenceto on advertisement In another column the reader
will see that any amount of copies can be furnished at a
TO t>t?iaoISTSr& T11E PEOPLK.
\ TOV are herebv cai^tloneij^agalnrt i?han pros
Ulnr) Electric Oil has cured **Vtamutn of Hai?tinK
and Ithwmntvnir, /??|!OUI it took off his cratches In
.ion, Hun. E K,UJ"^h7&LX* IttPhiUdelphl., whose
^neda> ).?ndniori, ,n lll(. Philadelphia ledger,
names have been puun."?. ? would not counte
The wholesale dealer* in WOjjWg* j! counterfeltinp.
nance any scamp eu.lt of tl.e ra*cai Uie well known
In llarrisliurgh, Pa.. John JJJ* SJpVuonment ot one
or,h,, Ta,u,ue
remedy. pmutntmi. MaySlh,19S?.
Providence, shingles and c Henry Campbell,
ESflS&?&?? $ Karlct fever, and elgSteen
others. , , . that the oalv Genuine Electric
^SSS^assssssa
P"'6?.?S?.U,ncar Chestnut.
r^Sold by all Drup&Uta.
Depot la Wheeling at L0(JA}. & c0>?
Bri.lee Corner.
myU ???
TKA N
RAILROAD.
O'lcV^'l'^Mll0/ TJr"&.lno? ctrs'ruu'betwcea
Wheeling an.l We.t Alexander:
& Wh.Cn, at......... T. M
Arrive at West Alexander at g.? A. ?
MTCBSIKO Leaves *>?*????'.v. M.
to T?, iu5S'i; 5:
Arrive at heeling at... a mi P M.
betdhsis-o t*.nd?4-^1>: M
July 10 ??
BEDFORD SPRINGS.
ON and after Tuesday, the 1st of July proximo, a line of
Stage Coach** will be run from Cumberland to Bedford
Spring, In conuecton with the dally traius of cars from
Wheeling to Cumberland.
FA UK THROUGH, SEVEN DOLLARS.
Tickets to be had at the office of the B. A O. Railroad Co.,
TTherlloc.
j?.2H J. B. FOR P. Accnt.
New Arrangement.
. ^jcJITT*k the wheeling and FARKERSBURGH
?-.J?T?fal.MAlL PACKET
COURIER,
Jnmn la. Itoueria, auniitfr,
Will leave Wheeling every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at lo o'clock, A. M., for Parktrsburg; connecting at Marict
ta with the steamer BUCK, running from Marietta to Z.inee
vilie; and at Parkersburg with the steamer FASHION, run
niug from ParkersburgIo West Columbia, Va.
Returning; will leave Parkersburp every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, at 5# o'clock, A. M.
Freight will be received for any point on the Muskingum
between Marietta and ZanesviUe, and for any point on the
Ohio between Wheeling and West Columbia.
ap25
STEUBEN VILLE AMD WHEELING
PACKET.
m .-rik' ">Thc flnc sltaiaer CONVOY, C?pt. A. O'.Vcl,
?fvC* -mC will run as a regular packet between Steuben
ville and Wheeling, connecting with the Steubeuville and In
diana Railroad at Stcubenville, and with the Baltimore and
Ohio Ruilroad at Wheeling.
Leaves Steubeuville at? o'clock, A. M., and Wheeling at 2
o'clock P. M.
For frcijihtor passage, apply on board. ap4:3tn
WHEELING, CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE PACKET.
The new and splendid steamer
W. G. WOODSIDE,
Capt. J. K. Booth,
I will run as a regular packet to the abov
ktt?i ail intermediate ports.
I For Freight or passage apply to
f_acU0 S. O. BAKER A CO., Agents.
WHEELING & PA RKEIiSBUKG PACKET
STEPHEN BAYAItE)
_ gIT?*.Leaves Wheeling, Mondays, Wednesdays and
. Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Purkerxburch; Tuesdays, Tlmrsdays and Satnr
?lays, at 6 o'clock P. M. Dcc9 '54
Regular Union Line Packet
arTwrEx
WHEELING <V CINCINNATI.
CITY OF WHEELINO.
Captain John McLurc, Jr.,
will leave Wheeling every Monday at 6 o'cl\
P. M., and Cincinnati every Thursday at 10'
o'clock, A. M.
For freight or passage apply to S. C. BAKER A CO.
Shippers will (.lease take notice that the bont leaves regu
larly at the advertised time. All bills must be on board by
3 o'clock, P. M.
p?7~ Passengers Ucketcd through to 8t. Louis,
ml*? S. BAKER A CO.
J. M. HAMILTON,
STEAM BOAT AGENT,
WHEELING, VA.
Wbarf Boat at the fosl of Tlenroe Xlrrrf,
Will attend to the receiving and delivering of freight, and
'he collection of freight bills.
Freight for all the regular packets will be received free o
charge. Ofll?tf
SELLING OFF AT COST.
L. DORSE? Is selling off bis Boots; Shoes, Trunks,
? Talis* s, Ac. at cost. Call soon If you want bargains.
Jo*tf
25
KEGS Bi Carb. 8oda;
60 1 Nixes Soda Saleratus;
10 buskcts Olive Oil, qts.;
3 ? 41 T?U.?
LAU<
1H - ^ LAUOHUMS A BUSHFIELD.
A. O. GOOD A CO.
THE LATEST NEWS
RECEIVED-BY
MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
FOREIGN NEWS.
ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. j
New York, July 12.?-The Africa left Liver-'
poo! on the 28th uit. at 4 o'clock P. M.
The steamer Washington was telegraphed'as
having reached Southampton on the morning"of
Saturday.
Political affairs are quiet.
In the House of Comraon3 on Friday, Moore
endearered to get a night fixed for discussion j
on hU motion in relation to American affairs. i
Lord Palmer.ston declined to assume any res-1
ponsibility either direct or indirectly in this
.matter, as he believed that in the present state |
of relations between the two countries, it would
not conduce to a settlement of the points in dis
pute, to discuss the question in the House.
Mr. Moore complained of the unsatisfactory
nature of the reply, and insisted upon tile right
and duty of the House to pronounce an opinion
on this important matter.
The papers contain two letters from Lord
Clarendon, addressed to Mr. Dallas; one on the
enlistment question, and the other in relation to
.Central America.
Lord Clarendon expresses his satisfaction that
Mr. I)alla3 had been instructed to negotiate on
the Central American question, and states that
he is prepared to go into a negotiation, which he
trusts will be conducted in a spirit ol' cordiality
and frankness, which is dictated by the true in
terests of Great Britain and the United States.
The correspondence between Great Britain,
the United States and Denmark, in relation to
the Sound dues, has been presented to Parlia
ment.
Another battalion of riflemen have been order
ed to Canada.
Some excitement was crested in London by
an incident that occurred to Mr. Dallas at the
Queen's levee. Mr. Dallas and a friend went to
the levee, and the costume of the latter not be
ing in accordrnce with the regulations, both
gentlemen returned to the embassy. The Times
concocted an exciting story from this affair, and
for two days Mr. Dallas was supposed to have
put a studied affront upon the Qneen.
Lirerpoot, June 27.?Fair business done in
flour and for finer qualities an advance of Cd to
Is had been obtained. For wheat inquiry mode
rate. Indian corn less salable. For red wheat
!is9dal0s!)d. Western Canal Hour 80 to 33s ;
Philadelphia 34s6d to 35sGd; Baltimore 85s to
37s; Ohio 35s0d to 38s. Beef continued dull;
and in retail pork exceedingly slow of sales.?
Lard still scarce, sales at tils. Rosin dull at 4s
iid for common.
CONGRESSIONAL.
Washington, July 12.
House.?Mr. Grow gave notice that he would
soon call a motion to recons-idcr the vote by
which a bill authorizing the Postmaster General
to enter into a contract with Christian Hanson,
of Brooklyn, to carry the United States mail in
a line of steamers from New York to Gludstadt,
via some port in England, was passed.
House then resumed the consideration of the
Sumner assault.
Mr. Cullen, who was entitled to the floor,
yielded it to Mr. English who wished to offer an
amendment to the pending resolution, that the
House declares its disapprobation of the assault,
and dentn this a tit occasion to express its disap
proval of the use of language, in debate, person
ally offensive to individuals or to the States of
this Union.
Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, wished lo know whe
ther offering of this would prevent him from
amending the original.
The Speaker replied that it would not prevent
him.
Messrs. Dean and Matteson objected to Eng
lish offering an amendment.
Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, said he should move
the previous question so as to take a vote on
Monday morning, with the understanding that
if the parties implicated desire to be heard, he
will withdraw his motion, but not for a general
debate. ['"That's right:"]
Mr. Cumins trusted tliat if Mr. Brooks de
sired to address the House, that he be allowed
to speak on Monday.
from Havre.
New Youk, July 12.?The Cunnrd propeller
Lebanon has arrived. She left Havre on the
28th ulL, and consequently brings nothing later
from London or Liverpool.
BLOWN UP.
Hartford, Jul}- 12.?Two of Hazard's pow
der mills blew up this morning at Hazardsville.
Three workmen were dangerously and probably
fatally injured.
ARRIVALS.
New York, July 12th.?Commodore Salter's
fri^rate Savannah, and the passenger hark Velo
cidade, arrived to-day from Buenos Ayrcs.
RIVER AND WEATHER.
PiTTSBCRon, July 12th.?River 3 feet 0 inch
by metal mark, and falling. Weather is clear and
warm.
Cincinnati, July, 12.?River 5 feet in chan
nel to Louisville. Wcatlier clear and pleasant.
N?W YORK MARKET.
Jn.v 12.?Flour advanced, suits of !)000 bbls.
?>t fi,25a5ft for State, 7,50a6,70 for Ohio, 7,10a
7,30 for Southern and 7,40a8,75 for extra.?
Wheat cheaper, 20,000 bus. sold at a decline of
2a3c. Corn dearer from la2c, sales of 20,000
bushels. Mess pork drooping, sales of 300 bbls.
Beef firm, 250 bbls sold. Lard steady>fcales of
200 bbls. Whisky higher, sales of 250 bbls at
37 <"ts.
Stocks dull. Erie 09 3-S. NT. Y. Central, 88
1-8. Rcadinjr03 3-8. Chicago and Rock Isl'd
95. Clev. & Toledo,.79$. Cleve. & Pittsburgh,
61 J. Galena and Chicago, 113 3-4. Michigan
South. 98 1 2. Canton 23 7-8. Cleve. Col. and
Cin. 103}. Cumberland 23. Illinois Cent. 108.
Penn Coal Co. 103. Missouri 0's 86. Illiuois
Cent 7's 94. Sterling exchange tinuat 10.
CINCINNATI MARKET.
Jvlt 12th.?Fiour market dull and prices un
settled, sales low as $5,75 for superfine, but we
have not bien able to hear the particulars; re
ceipts continued large, for the last 24 hours
1,657 bbls. Provision market active with up
ward tendency, sales comprise 250 hhds. Ba
con at 9 1-4 for shoulders, and 11c for sides.?
100,000 lbs bulk meat at 8aU4c for shoulders and
sides; and 200 bbls mess pork at 19,25al9,50.?
Bacon shoulders 9}c. Whisky, sales 000 bbls
at 27c, prices have advanced. Cheese, supply
eqnal to the demand, sales of 30 boxes at 8a8Jc,
the latter for prime selections. Butter, 14c.?
Sugar, no change, sales of 25 hhds at 9 1-lalU
for common and low fair. Coffee, sales of 75
bags at 11 1-2 for good Rio, demand moderate.
Molasses, sales 50 bbls at 52c. No change in
the general feature of the market.
DIED.
On Sunday, the 13th Inst., at 1 o'clock, WM. II. CLARK,
aged-21 year*.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral at5j* o'clock to-day (Monday) from the re
sidence of his mother, corner of Main and Webster streets,
to East Wheeling Cemetery.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
I. O. O. F.
The members of the Encampment# and different Lodges of
the city, and all sojourning members in good standtog, are
respectfully invited to meet at the flail, corner of Market
and Monroe streets, this afternoon at 4)f o'clock, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of Bro. Wll. ClaSX.
By order of Ylrglnius Lodge No. ft.
BENJ. H. CARR, Sec'y
July 14th, 166C.
WHEELING MUSIC STOKE
AND KASTLBN
Piano andMelodeon Wareiooms.
as r
LARQE assortment of all kinds of Musical instruments
constantly on hand and warranted in every respect;
Pianos and MelodeOrs to let. ??%
Those wishing the beet Instruments at the lowest rates
thnitIA ft"** . - * " ,
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Hwlu Botored ?d l.ife l.tngllicmil ! !
DR. MORSE'S
INVIGORATING CORDIAL.
At first the properties attributed to HOUSED INVIGO
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IS OVERTHROWN.
j The Cordial remedies. In all cases, the deplorable evils
; arising from a misuse or abase or the rarious organs. It
! restores to fall vigor every delicate Junction connected with
i that mysterious compound agency of matter and mind, ne
cessary to the reproduction of hitman l{/'e. To persons of
feeble muscular frame, or deficient In vital power, it is re
| commended as the only means of communicating that ener
gy which is necessary to the proper enjoyment of all the
natural appetites, as well as the higher mental attributes.?
Its beneficial effect* are not confined to either sex or to any
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REBUILD TITE BROKEN CONSTITUTION*.
The derangements of the system, leading to nervous dis
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dreams, inability to remain In one place or position, weak
ness of the proereatlve organs, sexual Incompetency, mel
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of the passions, and all. barrenness that does not procecd
from organic causes beyond the reach of medltHne.
PERSONS OP PALE COMPLEXION,
or consumptive habits arc restored by the use of a bottle or
two to bloom and vigor, changing the skin from a pale, yel
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CAUTION.
Dr. Morse's Invigorating Cordial has been counterfeited
by seme unprincipled persons.
In future all the genuine Cordial will have the proprietor's
fac-slmlle pasted over the cork of each bottle, and the fol
lowing words blown in the glass:
??Dr Morse's Invigorating Cordial "
C. II. RING, PROPRIETOR, N. V."
^fThe Cordial Is put up, highly concentred, in pint
bottles. Price #8 per bottle, two for f5, six for $12.
Sold by all ItruggUU and DtaUf* in Medici tus.
For sale by LAUOIILIN8 A I1US1I FIELD,
Wholesale Druggists,
Je226d8m No. gfi Monroe at.
JAS. MELLOR,
Denier In Variety fiooita nail
MUSICAL INSTKUMKNTS.
A G E N 1' FOR
Chickerlng's Pinno Fortes Boston
Geo. A. Prince A Co's Melodeons Buffalo
C. F. Martin's Guitars New York
Musical Merchandise of all kinds;
Variety Goods, wholesale and retail.
53^"Pianos to Rent, Tuned and Repaired, Music Taught,
at No. 26 Union street, Wheeling, Va. j*8Q
Piano Fortes
OPENED THIS DAY, another lot of Chlckering k Sons
Piano Forte?, which we claim to be superior to Hny other
brought to tills market, notwithstanding all the gas and wind
about other makers, over btrlngtj and gold medals into the
bargain.
We respectfully call on those who want an Instrument
that can be relied on, and at a fair price, to come and select
trom our fine stock, now ready for sale at No. 28 Union
street.
J,-30 J. MELLOR.
Dissolution.
THE firm of Anderson A Laing Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent.
As one of the firm intends In a short time to leave the ci
ty, a si^eedy settlement of all accounts due the firm is ear
nestly requested, and thoac having claims against it will pre
sent tl.era for payment.
Either of the undersigned Is authorized to settle up the
buslnc&s.
JAS. T. ANDERSON,
ALEX'R LAING.
Wheeling, June 16th, 1S56.
Co-Partnership.
JR. GREEK and ALE.Y'R LAING, having associated
? themselves in partnership, will continue the Hardware
Business in the name of
GREER A LAING.
Wheeling, June 16th, 1S56.
"IMIE undersigned. In retiring from the firm of Anderson A
X Laing, would take this opportunity of returning thanks
to their customers for their liberal patronage, and would
cordially recommend the new firm (Greer A Laing) to their
favorable consideration.
JAS. T. ANDERSON.
Wheeling, June 16th, 1S56. jel6:lm
(Times and Argus copy one mo.)
SEMI-ANNUALSETTLEMENTS.
IITK would notify our customers that our accounts are
X j now made out and ready for settlement. We trust
that It may suit the convenience of all indebted to us to call
:or their bills. Should this not be the case, we will render all
blllii Immediately after the 1st of July. '
All persons indebted to the late firm of Ileiskell A Co. will
make payment to us without delay.
jeSu HEISKELL A SWEARINGEN.
STATEMENT OV Till]
Wheeling Savings Institutoin.
JUNE30, 1866.
liti.
Capital Stock f 18,000.00
Surplus Fund .... 9,?.28.46
Special Deposits .*?T7....15;-,914.89
Transient'do 41,983.98
Interest Acconnt 4,291.21
Dividends Unpaid 68.60
$'.*24,261.62
C?.
Bank and other Stocks $ 10,675.00
Personal Property 44S93
Bills Discounted lS9.^7.b?
Merchants A Mechanics Bank (deposit)... 16,l92.(.6
Northweatera do do ... '2,)(U.43
Expense Account I,i9l.?8
Caeh on hand 55,11-2 23
$224,261.62
WM. McCOY, Treas'r.
WE. the undersigned, appointed a Committee to examine
the accounts of The WheelingSavinxs Institution and make
a report thereof, do hereby certify that we have carefully
examined said accounts aud find the r.bove statement to be
correct. Given under our hands this30th day of June, 1656.
ISAIAH COOl'KK, J
JUI1M McGAUGllY, V Committee
Jul WM. M. BKRRYHILL. )
J. Wl STITT . B. UNDERH1LL
J. W. Stitt & Co.
[SUCCESSORS OF STITT, MAKT1N * CO.,]
Goirimission
WOOL MERCHANTS,
K?>.dO nnit -i'i \?rth K'rant >(.
PHILADELPHIA.
REFERENCES?
E. W. Clark A Co, Bankers,
Philadelphia
Thomas A Martin, "
John Farnum A Co. "
Curtis A Handc, "
Wood, Bacon A Co. "
Hood 4 Co. " '.MorriiLHallowel! A Co
Farnum. Klrkland A Co.,
Philadelphia
Tredick, Stokes A Co. "
Kagui 1 A Co.
JauieK Kent Sant%e A Co u
Biter, Price A Co.
,
McFarland, Evans A Co *? [Bagalcy, Cosgrave A Co.,
Barcroft, Beaver A Co. ?? Pittsburgh
Deal, Miiligan A Co. M !Murphy, Tlernan A Co. "
S.Brady, Cashier, Wheeling. IWilson, CMtdis Co. "
Tallant A Delaplain, " IGcorg Wilnon, Wheeling
!Jno M Matthews L Co. "
PPfParties wishing to ship Wool Will find sacks at George
Wilson's, Wheeling, at all times. my27
New Insurance Company.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on the 7th day of July next
Books wJIl be opened for the receiving of subscriptions
to the capital stock or the CITIZENS FIRE, MARINE AND
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OK WHEELING, incorpo
rated on the 19th of February, 1656, at the following places,
to wit: at the Merchants A Mechanics Bank of Wheeling; at
the Bank of Wheeling; and at the Wheeling Savings Institu
tion; said Books to be kept open for ten days.
Two Dollars per share to be paid at the time of subscrib
ing: the fcharcs being Fifty Dollars each.
HENRY MOORE.
M. NELSON.
WM. McCOY.
A. ALLEN HOWELL.
Wheeling, June 4,1S56. je4
ATTENTION! ATTENTION I !
I OFFER for Kale the following articles, at much reduced
prices:
1 Crape Shawl worth $100 at $55
2 " ? 60 26,50
2 " * 80 1G.&9
2 light plaid Silk Dresses worth *35 Si)
2 Moire Antique Silk " 87,50 20
3 Twisted * 25 12,50
The vbove being all desirable and seasonable Goods, they
will be the greatest bargains at above mentioned prices, and
are only offered at such low prices on account of my selling
out.
ISAAC PRAGER,
jel4 No. 115 Main street.
Notice
IS hereby given that the subscriber has the acconnts of his
customers made out to this date, and he earnestly de
sires their immediate settlement. Such as are not at once
called tor will be presented for payment.
C. P. BROWN,
Jeweler, 118 Main st.
Wheeling, July 1, 1S5C. Jul
KOTICE.
rraUE firm of Gill A Co. was dissolved on the 25th Inst., by
X mutual couacut, D. D. Hurley retiring from said firm.
J. 8. D. GILL.
D. D. HURLEY.
J. 9. D. GILL will continue the business under the firm
or Gill A Co.
te80
A Oirl
ONE case of the cclcbrau-4 Falkirk Ale, just received and
for sale by
FUNDENBERG A ROBERTS,
jc4 Washington Hal! Drug Store.
?f O DOZ. Balm of Thousand Flower*, for sale by
YL jei3 A. C. GOOD A CO.
I 201? L BST Ext Logwood tor sale low by
I jv23 A. O. GOOD A CO.
1A OUNCES Sulph. Morphine, ree'd and for sale by
1U j. 23 A. C. GOOD ? CO.
? W \ LBS. Hydriodate Potash* iu store aiiU for sale very low
-v to the Trade, by
jeX3 A. C. GOOD A CO.
i A A OZS. Quinine, Powers A Welghvnan;
lUU 25' Morphia;
K ? Tannin;?at
Jr4 tAPflHMKB k BOTHFIKI.D'8.
PtAKL BAKLfcV?lu kt*?ju?l reo'd and for talc by
m.r2S W. A. EPWAtlDa * URO.
250"SKSE mSUi bo.
3F? X A 3*Br <> s :
JVSIj-RECEIVED PRO it THE CELEBRATED ITAWjFACTORY OF
HALLET, DAVIS & GO..
A SPLENDID LOT OF PIANJOS.
TIIESK PIANOS are matte with full Iron frame, circular ?ca>e5 and ididjng desk?*;:with patent suspension bridge, com
position bearings, and repeating grand action, and are fully warraii&d to glveStttWfkcttoii, aud'Hro made to ataud
in any climate. ?'
11ALLET, DAVIS * CO.,have rccelVcd the following premium?, at different times.for their Piano Fcrtca:
j Mechanic* Pair at Boston, 184T awarded a silver medal | Prauklln Institute of Phila,, 1S5# a silver medal
Fair at Worcester, Mass., IS44 a silver medal I State Fair at Hartford, Ct., 1S54 gold medal
| Mechanics Pair at Boston, 1800... .a silver medal j State Palratllarrlsburg, P*., 1S55;... asdver medal
State Fair at Syracuse, N. V., 1S5S a silver medal j Frankliu Institute, Pldia., ISM ...a silver medal
State Fair at Sew York. asilver medal J
The Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association awarded a Diploma, wiih a silver Mcdr.!, to HaUet, Davis &
Co. for the best Grand Piano contributed ta the exhibition of 1S3C; Jonas Cnicktring, President (who also had ouc of his
best Grand Pianos on exhibition In competition with them).
Upwards of one thousand referecccs can be given of persons who have purchasM ITallot, Davis A Co.'- Pianos.
I am also receiving and have on hand a splendid lot of Mt'lodeoiis, from the celebrated manufactories of Hashes k
Hale of Philadelphia, Carhart, and Needham A Co. of New York, constating of the following kinds:
?I Octave Scroll Leg. j Piano Style.
| Boudoir Style, Double.
5 *? ?*'?. j Seraphines.
C ?? " " | - . "
ALSO?A splendid Instrument with four stops, and highly ornamental, suitable for cither church or parlor. Every In
strument sold by me is warranted for.onc year.
In counectiou with theab?ve I have, an;l am receiving a larps stock or Violin*, Guitar.'*. Banjo*. Tan>horine*, Flutl
na-?*, Accordeons, Plutes, Fifes, Flageolets, Clarionets, 4c.?In fact everything belonging to the music hu?lncss.
SIIKKT MUalC.?We rccelve all the new publication* as soon es published.
Pianos tuned and repaired. Also, Meloieuu*, Seraphines and all kinds of reed instruments repaired, and musical in
sfruincuts generally at T. CART WHIG11 Y'S
j??19 Cutlery, Variety and Mu?lc Store, 135 Main St., Wheeling.
INSUllAN'JE.
HOME FIRE AND MARINE
JA ti (/JOLN1J?-U UZtfF?bi ) .
[OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET, N. V ]
Cash Capitai. . ..$747,912 4-1
Liabxutub} $0tf,077 60
rpiiIS Company la owned and managed by some of the
JL wealthiest and beat merchants in the city of New York.?
For particulars enquire of W. F.. PETERSON,
jutj Agent for Wheeling and vicinity.
Tthemum fire office,
London.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL JE3,OOO.OOO.
Available Capital 81,284,300.
I I.I, TAKE any and all Ulr Fire Risks at a reasonable
I.oasei arc adjusted and promptly paid without reference
to Loudon.
For further particulars enquire of
WM. F. PETERSON, Agent
for Wheeling and Vicinity.
OFFICE next door to the M. & M. Bank. mliil
Valley off Virginia
EIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TVui. T. Selbjr, Agent at Whrfllng.
OFFICE?at tlie store of Tallant& Dclaplaln, Main street,
between Monroe and Quincy streets; are prepared to
take Risks at customary rates on Goods in transitu, Steam
boats, Stores, Dwellings, ?c.
?REFERENCES?
J. R. Baker, Tallant ?.Deleplain,
Thos. II. List, D. Lamb,
Norton, AehesonA Co. G. Hardman,
B. Brady, * S. C. Baker ft Co.,
List k Howell, O. W. lleiskeU A Co.,
geptlS
IKSUKAXCE
THE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF WHEELING.
Incorporated. 1581.
TAKES risks at the lowest rates on Buildings of all kinds,
Steamboats, Furniture and Merchandise, and against all
dangers attending the Transportation of Goods on rivers,
seas, lakes, canals and railroads.
DIRECTORS.
R. Crangl", S. Brady, Rob't Morrison
Sam'l Neel, Win. Fleming, J. W. Gill,
Dau'lLamb, RobtPatterson, Sainl. Ott.
ROBT. GRANULE, Pres't.
R. W. Harding, ficc'y. *
CST^Appllcationsfor Insurance will be promptly attended
to by the President and Secretary.
Wheeling. Jan. 23. 1SB8.
no ricE.
nRESCRIPTIOiVS carefully compounded at all
X hours?either Dai/ or Night?at
J. B. VOWELL'S, 83 Monroe st.
jn23 Sign of Red Mortar.
YOU DESERVJE CREDIT
FOR YOUR
D ISC OYER Y !
Pit 0 FK3 SO II WOOD'S HAllt ltESTORATIVB It, no
doubt, the most wouderful discovery of this age of pro
gress, for it n il! restore, permanently, gray hair to its orig
inal color, cover the head of the bald with a mos 1 luxuriant
growth, remove at once all dandruff and Itching, cure all
scrofula and other cutaneous eruptions, such as vcald-head,
4c. It will cure, as If by magic, uervous or periodical hcad
ache; make the hair soft, glossy, and wavy, and preserve
the color perfectly, and the hair from falling, to extreme old
age.
The following Is from a distinguished member of the medi
cal profession:
St. P.m, January 1,1S56.
PROFESSOR O. J. WOOD
DEAR Sir : Unsolicited, I send you this certifi
cate. After being bald for a Soup time, and having tried all
the hair restoratives extant, and having no faith in any, I
w*s induced, on hearing of yours, to give It a trial. I placed
myself in the hands of a barber, and had my head rubbed
w|th a good stiff brush and the Restorative then applied and
Weil rubbed in, till the seal]) was aglow. This I repeated eve
ry morning, and In three weeks the young hair appeared
and grew rapidly from August last till the present time, and
is now thick, black and strong?soft and pleasant to the
touch; whereas, before, it was harsh and wiry, what little
there was of it, and that little was disappearing very rapid
ly. I still use your Restorative about twicc a week, and
shall soon have a good and perfect crop of hair. Now I had
read of these things?and who has not? but have not seen
hitherto any case where any person's hair was really benefit*
ed by any of the hair tonics, etc. of the day; and it really
gives me pleasure to record the result of my experience 1
have recommended your preparation to otlu-rs, and it alrea
dy has a large and general sale throughout the Territory.?
The people hire know its effects and have confidence in it.?r
The supply you sent us, as wholesale agents fsr the Territery,
in nearly exhausted, aud daily inquiries are made for it.?
You deserve credit Tor your discovery; audi, for one, re
turn you my thanks for the benefit it has done me, for I cer
tainly had despaired, long 'ago, of ever effecting any such
result. Yours, hastily.
J. W. BOND,
Firm of Bond Sc Kellogg, Druggists, St. Paul.
The undersigned. Rev. J. K. Bragg, Is a minister in regu
lar standing, and Pastor of the Orthodox Church, at Brook
Seld, Massachusetts. lie is a gentleman of great intluencc,
and universally beloved.
WM. DYER.
Brookfieu), January 12, 1855.
PROFESSOR WOOD
DEAR Sir: Uaving made trial of your IIAIR
RESTORATIVE, it gives me pleasure to say, that its elfect
has been excellent in removing indammation, dandruff, and
a constant tendency to itching) with which I have been trou
bled from my childhood up; and has also restored my hair,
whloh was becoming gray, to its original color. I have used
no other article, with anything like the same pleasure or
protlt. Yours, truly,
J. K. BRAGG.
114 Market street. Sr. Loots, >
March 5, 1855.
DEAR SIR:?I am doing an extensive travel In the West
and Southwestern States, as general agent for Adams Amer
ican Liniment, and would be glad If you would favor roe with
a consignment of PROFESSOR WOOD'S RESTORATIVE, as
I feel that I can introduce it In many placet where It is not
known, as my head is a living testimony of its invaluable
properties, In restoring tlie hair to its natural color. 1 am
forty years old, and my hair was almost white; but after
using three half pint bottles, my hair Is as beautitul auburn
as it was at sixteen, and much Improved iu appearance, and
I would not be without a bottle on hand for the prlcc of ten.
I should be glad to hear from you soon.
Very respectfully,
WM. B. BROOME.
0. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietor, 812 Broadway, N.Y. and
111 Market st., St. Louis.
?g^"For ?ale la Wheeling by
i J. B. VOWKLL, 33 Monroe St., and
T. II. LOGAN & CO.,
! jeS?3m . Bridge Cornsr. j
Ambrotypes & Daguerreotypes
BY PAUTHIDOE.
THE subscriber, at his old stand on Monroe street, Is daily
producing Ambrotypes, which are taking the place of
Daguerreotypes. For proof of the fineness of tone and su
ptrior finish of his pictures, he solicits the examination of a
discerning public. He would Invite particular attention to his j
STEREOSCOPIC AND TRANSPARENT AMBROTYPES;
Also?to Lockets and Pins, made expressly for this now style i
of work.
As these pictures can be taken In from one to Ave seconds,
the difficulties hitherto preventing accurate likenesses of
small chll.lren are almost entirely removed. Groups of per
sons, of different ages and complexions, Ambrotyped with-;
out difficulty. Pictures can be copied by "this process so 1
they will remain unchanged for ages; all Ambrotypes being
rheraeticaily scaled between two plates of glass, are warrant
ed never to fade.
Caution should be observed against pictures called Ambro
types, wirfch are not properly so, being a single plate of glas.
and liable to be defaced. As the facilities of the undersign
ed are constantly increasing, be will be prepared to make
Daguerreotypes at all prices. .
Rooms at the old place until May 1st, when he will remove
to bis new and spacious estubllshmcnt east side of Main at.,
between Union and Monroe, which will be one of the best
arranged establishments in the country. The entire length
of the rooms, 185 feet. No pains or expense will be spared 1
In the arrangement for producing superior work, and ensur
ing the comfort of visitors.
fc8 A. C. PARTRIDGE.
DR. E. G. WINCHELL,
DBNTIsr,
HAS taken a suit of splendid rooms In Hornbrook's new
block, 113.fr Main st.,directlv over C. P. Browu'a Jew
elry store, where he hopes to establish himself permanently.
By close attention to his business, reasonable charges, good
and faithful work always warranted, he hopes to secure a
share of patronage.
Dr. W. Is familiar with all the new modes of inserting
Tec-tli, Including the "Continuous Gum" work. Filling,
cleaning and extracting, done In the best and most faithful j
manner.
No charge for advice. For further, particulars inquire at j
the office. m>24 |
Dissolution.
THE firms of Bonham, Larobdin A Co., Lambdin, Gilber-i
sou A Co., and Robson, Wagner A Co., Were dissolved j
by mutual consent on the 2d of June, 1858, R. C. Bonham A
C.- M. Oilberson having purchased the interest of the other !
partners. R. 0. Bonham and C. 31. Oilberson will close up
:he business of said firms
R. C. BONHAM,
C. 8. LAMBDIN,
0. M. OILBERSON,
D. WAGNER,
JNO. HOWELL,
H. 8. ROBSON.
June 18,1*5*.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE..
WE. the undersigned, have this day associated onrcelves I
In partnership in the business or Paper Manufactur
;ng, and Dealers In Paper and Belting. The business will
he conducted under the Arm name of Bonbom, Oilberson <
A Co. . 1.7_- !
R. C. BONHAM,
C. M. OILBERSON, I
II. S. ROBSON. t I
Jane 18th, 1838. jel4
Argus and Times copy.
LARGE lot of flac??K?rj. Jmtrec?lTw> md^fori^ktij
MEDICAL
BCERHAVE'S
HOLLAND BITTERS
ELECTRO CHEMISCHEAROMA
o r
Echt JInllandsch Kfuiden Bittc.rs.
TWN YEARS have elapsed since the Introduction of this
valuable medicine Into the United Stated. During this
time it has gained a universal popularity as a Remedy
for
Tever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Indication, Headache,
Loss of Appttltty Debility, Continent**,
Blind and Bleeding File*.
Many of our moat worthy citizens testify to its wonderful
efficacy in all affections of the Stomach and Liver. As a
Tonic, It has never been equaled, for the relief it affords In
all cases of debility or weakness of any kind is almost In
stantaneous. In Nerroes, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affec
tions, it has In numerous instances proved highly beneficial,
and in others effected a decided cure.
When eminent physicians prescribe, and their patients so
unhesitatingly recommend, surely we may ccasv to doubt,
and eagerly test Its virtues for ourselves.
FEVER AND AGUE.
A Caseqf Sight Months' .Standing Cured by Boerhave's
Holland Bittern.?Michael Kelly, No 117 Grant, near Smith*
Held street, says:?"Last July, while running ou the river, on
a cotton boat plying between Natchea and New Orleans, I
was taken with Fever and Ague. For eight long mouths I
suffered with this dreadful disease; The greater part of this
time I was unable to work, and spent at least tifly dollars
for different medicines, but I found no permanent relief.?
Three weeks ago, one of my friends insisted upon my try
ing *Boerhavt'? Holland Bitters,' saying that a cvre teas
guaranteed. After trying it for onlj* one week, I must
state I was a sound man. I have been at work now for
tiro weeks, and have had no return of the chills and fever
whatever."
I certify the above statements true.
THOMAS ADAMS, Diamond House,
or at R. Chester's, Gothic Hall.
* - HEADACHE AND DEBILITY.
Mr. Silas Liscoinb, of Birmingham say*? "I hare found In
Boerhave's Bitters a remedy for headache and debility. My
wife has also used it with the greatest benefit."
Mr. A. 8. Nicholson, of Pittsburgh, alto say* he hcxpa as
rienced much relief from jts use for headache.
READ THIS.
A Hollander's Testimony.?Jacob Rlr.sVes, living In the
Holland settlement of Sheboygan, Wis. says: "After suffering
for some time the misery attending an utter prostration of
mind and body, I have been restored, by using Boerhave's
Bitters, to perfect health."
Th4fuct of tills.remedy being In such high repnte nmong
the Hollanders In Wisconsin, Michigan, New York?-In fact,
in every Holland settlement in the United States?argues in
Its favor.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH RESTORED.
Mr. John Davidson, living ten milts above Pittsburgh, on
the Pennsylvania Canal, says: "When I commenced taking
Boerhave's lloUand Bitters, I could hardly walk?now I eu
joy excellent health." %
WEAKNESS OP THE STOMACH AND INDIGESTION.
Another great Cure effected by Boerhave's Holland Bit
ters.?The wife of Peter De Wltte, living In HoUaud Town,
Sheboygan county, Wisconsin, suffered very much from
weakness of the stomach and indigestion. She had been
under a physiciau's cure for some time, but the Ulaeaee
itemed to ballle even his skill. She purchased some Hol
land Bitters at our office, which have given toneto her sto
mach, her appetite and strength are returning, and we firm
ly believe that this Is another great cure effected by your
medicine.
We have stUl to record many wonderful cures effected by
ihis remedy, but must await another opportunity. One
thing you can rely upon, what we have published arc from
persons much respected to our community, and are literally
true. J. QUINTCS,
Editor Sheboygan Nieuwbode, Sheboygan, Wis.
RHEUMATISM.
A Case of Tito Months' Standing cured by Boerhave's
Holland Bitters.?George Henderson, of Pittsburgh, says:
"After suffering for three months ?ith rheumatism?a part
of the time so severely as to confine me to my bed?I have
been entirely cured by the use of Boerhave's Holland Blt
u-rs. 1 have had one attack since, but found almost irstan
taneous relief in the same medicine. It is, In my opinion, a
jure remedy for rheumatism."
NERVOUS AND RHEUMATIC AFFECTION8.
This changeable weather is likely to produce a great deal
or oickuctss. To persons troubled with ncrrotis or rheuuiat
ic affections, wu wonld recommend Boerhave'a Holland Bit
ters. On referring to our columns you will find certificates
from some of our first German and English citizen*.?Pa.
St a at? Ztitutiff.
THE WORST FORM OF PILES CAN BE CURED.
We are at Ubcrt3'to refer to several well known gentle
men, who h?ve uded, thoroughly tinted, and now recom
mend Boerhava's Holland Bitters as a remedy for Piles.?
We are not at liberty to publish their names, but will take
pleasure In referring any person to them who denies this
statement.
For this affection, one half of the prescribed dose should bo
taken?say teaspoon ful?morning, noon and night, one
hour before meals.
CAUTION I
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma hat induced
many imitations, which the public should guard against pur
chasing. Be not persuaded to buy anything else until you
have given Boerhave's Holland Bitters a fair trial. One bot
tle will conAlnceyou how Infinitely superior it is to aU these
imitations.
gs|r"Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5, by the sole
proprietors,
BENJAMIN PAGE, Jr. k Co,
Manufacturing Pharmaceutist* and ChemiMs,
cor Sinithfleld k Third at*, Pittsburgh,
l.augbiiiis A- Huahfield,
mh26:dawly Wholesale Druggists, Wheeling, Va.
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1856.
Bonnet Blocks.
tDOZ. Bonnet Blocks of superior make and latest summer
style. Just received. Also, a full variety of shapes, crowns,
shapes for children* hats, ruches, quillings, French flowers,
sprigs, buds and leaves, wreaths, blonde luces, Ac. 4c., just
received. The attention of Milliners is particularly called to
our stock.
apgl 2m daw - STONE k THOMAS.
TO CONS UJM PTIVES.
ARRIVAL OF
DR. S. PANCOA8T, PROM PHILADELPHIA.
T"\r. H. Pnnconut, late Professor in the Medical Un!>
YJ versity of Philadelphia, will remain in this city for a
few days before leaving for the West. His mode of treating
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND OTHER
CHIIONIO DISEASES
Of the Throat and Lungs, is by JfedicaUd Inhalation. For
proof of the Doctor's succcbs In the treatment of Diseases of
the Lungs, see Pamphlets and his Treatise on Consumption.
The former will be given gratuitously on application at the
Hotel.
The Doctor has taken rooms at the McLure House, and can
be consulted after the 21st, between lu o'clock A. M. end 3
o'clock P. M. my21
P. 8.?Dr. P&ncoast will bo in Zanesvillc on Tuesday, May
27th. . . -
PARISIAN TOOTH PASTE.
A DENTIFRICE unequalled by stny other now in use.?
Warranted not to injure the enamel of the teeth.
Prepared with great care and for sale only by
FUNDENBKRQ k ROBERTS.
je4 Washington HaR Drug Store.
DR. J. C. HUPP.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE?North-west
corner of Quincy and Fifth streets.
Dear tbe Catholic Church.
juneT-flm
Hats and (Japs.
a. AVERY.
TS daily receiving and opening Jar^e . additions to his J*
X stock of |Iata and Caps, comprising One Of the most ge
eral assortments that has over been offered to th? public
call and see.
Nos. 146 and 148, Main street, WbecRng, Va.
?sqfldaw . ' 8, AVgRT
O CASKS Blue Vitriol on hand and for sale by X
I__
rjc'ayi.i.'SB '-t*s? M?i
New York. Advertisements.
AI.KKKX I), KICIIAHIIKU.T* 3 S3
Aivcrthicp auJ C^rr^poaJlnj:, Cftc;-, S'o. firovi**y,
Cordite the Pr.re.) Kcur York. ~
Brady's Gallery of Art. ?
SO. SIO BROAPWAY, NEW YORK.
T*ltS mo?t ceWbrStol InMIErlnrtil of the W:W Ssthi TJhf- ^
X ted Suite*, where the* AMDROTVPE, Introduced la Nc*r
York by Mr. l>rxuly, is executed li? ? style o 1 perfection end ;
durability, umurp***cd la this country or in Europe. Por? -A
traits or all the candidate for PRESIDENT_?nd Y1CK ,
PRESIDENT, are on exhibition at the Gallery. Phatopra-4 .
phlc copies of the same singly, or by tbp dozen,- or hundred, ,
?supplied at low prices.
jultlmdaw ^ yti n. BIlAtY.
A GLOVE CLEANER.
% N Important Uiiccrery Iht Ecja?m!3'.?Jfcmethtcg to -
iv tirrlyNew?Ju*t Imported.
"JOUVt&K** INODOROUS PREP A RATION,"
for instantly cLrvm;m KID GLOVES without <he tiigMevl
SMELL. Rub ? krimR portion on the glcve, andxhs dirt In
stantly di* appears?cim l$y worn ItmuedhiUJy afctrwards.?
One bottle i* warranted to clean fifty pair cf Gloves. Price,
50 cents. Try it before buying. All the Agents arc present
ed with an open bottle to prove its operation. JL^vbu
are coining mouey by the ua^rccedoctec denxad.' AJbro
wanted. - . : i
CONTEXT, KEARY k CO, V.*fcoIcsale St?re.....i
jcll-daaly HaiMl Broidvrty, iL*T."
P O TIC H O MAN! E. ~~~t"
THE new and beautlfti! art cf orcamcntlag the a!mpk*t
G'as* Vessel to resemble the Pistes? P.\urrit*> C*ra.i, at
a iirjfx or tk* Cos?, Is crcatlag an Immense excitement,
Ladtcs and Gentlemen arc alike fascinated wltfrth!-* deltfcht-\"
rul occupation. A chaste acl elcgaat amujei&cnt for Chil
dren ah?l School*, encourcglrg a tsst* fbr -grace in dcsljtr.
aud Wcmouy in the arrangement ?f colors. - The whole Art
can.be perfectly acquired in hall an hour. Book, of laetnic?s
tion s;parately $1. . Roxts containing 2 Ya*es, Root, and
every article required ??*>. *ebt by Express. - "
CONTENT, .NEABY k CO., Wholesale Store,
jeli-lydaw ' Oofc Broadway, MY.
Tlie Eye and Ear. -->
DURING my late tour In Europe, I obtained several new
Instrument;, and Remedies of incalculable value In mjr
speciality. There Is now nothing known to the faculty lpTO*'
tticr hemisphere, with which 1 am not familiar, which; com* -
tdacd with on extensive practice for 20 years In the clta'-fef ?
New York, cuablcs nje to restore SIGHT and HEARING l|i -
many ca?cs hitherto deemed hopeless. Cataract positively
rurtd by anew method, without pain, &l*o Squinting or Orotic
Eyes in a few secouds. Amaurosis cured in Ute majority of ~
cases. Granulation#, Ulcers, Films or Specs, and' Watery
Rye, invariably; ulso, Deofnesc, Singing In the Ear and Di?- "
chargc*, by ah entirely new process. My "Treatise *n th&
Eye.?.' price60 cts, also, ART! KICIALKYES which move and _
look exactly like the natural Eye, and are Inserted without
an operation, and all remedies, forwarded by mall, tWtw?
tatioM by mail receive especialattention.,
JAMES W. POWELL, M. D.,
dcnllut, Anrlst, Ac.
jellidawly Orncu, 5c* Broadway, N. Y.
~~ HA7XETON k BROTHERS.
PIANOFORTE
MA N U P A C1URERB .
ifffr
WIIERK may be fouuil a superior assorHient of Tiano
Fortes, in Plain oad Ornamental Cases, from 6 to TV
octaves, of the beet mateHule, and pronounced by dlstin*'
puished artists to be unaurpa*?ed. Will be sold on the tawP
reasonable terms and warranted to stand In any cllmatc.?
Orders from the country promptly attended to, and each
Piauo guaranteed to give perfect saitsfactou. If not so, the
Piano may be returned to us, wc refunding the money and
freight.
At the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, New York,
185#, a Prize Medtd T.a? awarded to IlazurroK A PaoTBsas,
for tlio superior quality of their Piano Fortes, which were
tested in Touch. Tone, Equality,and Durability of Tune,
and placed in the highest cradea by the following I>l*tln*
t/uitthtfl Artiet*?WILLIAM NORRIS, fVkofrKtitn on Musi
cal JnMmment*; JULLIRN, MAX MARKTZER, W. II.
FRY, R. S. WILLIS, T. EISFELDT, Z. MEIGNEN, EMELIU8
GIRAC, DWIGHT, Jury on. Jfucicsil ItutrumtnU; GEO.
F. BRISTOW, Secretary on Jfufical Jnttrumejite.
Jell-dawl.v ?
THE NEW YORK DAILY SUN
IS SENT to Clubs, by mall, at $2 a year. Get a speci
men copy (furuiihed gratis) and see the terms. Send let
ter a (post paid) to
M0SE8 3. BEACH,
my 27daw3?n Sun Oflice, New York.
~c it I s'I'aCo fi o "S-ti a iiT BY IS
STILL TRIUMPHANT!
CCONTRAST the tints brought out In the hair by Cristado-'
f ro's matchless revitalizing Hair Dye, and those produ
ced by application of the burning fluids ordinarily sold as
Hair Dyes, you see at once that the color is natural in one
ease, unnatural In the other, and the simple rea&on is that
Crlatadoro'sis the omi.v preparation which by 1U exact che
mical combination operates on natural and immntable prin
ciples. Made, sold and applied (in ten private rooms) at
Cristadoro'a, 6 Astor lfnuye, Broadway, N. Y. Also for
?ale by the Principal Druggist* and Peifumcri throughout
the country.
New York Agents, W. 11. CORY k CO.
WARD, CLOSE k CO.
Wheeling Agents, T. H. LOGAN k CO.,
feC:l.vdaw Bridge Corner Druggists.
BROILS vs, FRIES HI
ROBINSON'S PATENT GRIDIRON
again*! th? Frying Pan 11 .
IT Is a well kuown fact that meat broiled is much more pal
atable, tender and healthful than when fried. AR sliced
m^atM ought to be broiled. The New Grldirou is a conve
nient aa the Frying Pan, and much more ecouomlcoL Hav
ing a downward draught, it takea all the ernokr. up chimaey
cooks the meat entirely through In its own julcca, without
burning it, saves all the fat, reduces meat bills 25 per cent.,
and can be used over a wood or coal fire. ,.H
Price for the round 10 in. diameter...}.'... .....*8,00
? " square 9 by 11 Inches... ....*,95
? ?* oblong 7 by 16 * 3,00
? ' 8 by 19 ?
? ? ? 9 by9i 4 8,w
We will send by express, prepaid, one or more of these
sizes to any part of the United States, cast of the Mississippi
(or not far west of it) on receipt of the money. _ ,
0TMoney may be sent by mail, "registered," at our
Jiak.
Agents wanted In every county, town and city In lb?
Union. Circulars, with full description, eent on application
Address " *
"Auericak & Forsiok Tatikt Agekcy Co."
fel2;dawly 79 Duaue-st.. New York.
*
MONKOE HOUSE.
[OPPOSITE THE SUSPENSION BltlDGE,]
WHEELING, VA.
WM. BARRETT, Fropriator.
^IMHSwell knuvu lioul has been newly renovated, and
X now furnishes the bent of accommodation* to travelers
aud boarders .
AT MODERATR RATES.
It is located near the centre of the city, opposite lbs flus
peuvlou Bridge, and ouly a f^wr squares from the Railroad
Depots and Steamboat Landing.
EXCELLENT STABLING
Is attached to the House. Travelers and hoarders may rest
iLseured that no ptlui will bo spared to add to their com*
fort. apSO-tfdaw .
S. AVEHY
AS on hand, and is manufacturing ana rceelv
va?ringtone of the largest assortments of
Hats and Caps
Consisting of all the varieties and colors now la UM,aU of
which will he sold at the lowest rates.
N. B.?Hats made to order at the shortest notice.
S. AVERY, Main ft., No*. 146 and 1*3,
splO-tf Wheel 5 uk", Va.
4?/LK PLVSU l/AJV fun OKSTLEMHS.
A LAK(iK assortment received this day, comprising
?\. great variety of patterns?call and see.
Nos. 146 and 148 Main St., Wheeliug, Va.
oc29 8. AVERT.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS AND CAP8.
JUST received, a large assortment of children's Hats and
Cap4?Extra superfine and Embroidered Caps.
Nos. 146 and 14S, Main street. Wheeling, Va.
ocSU ? 8. A VERY.
SOFT HA TS.
S AVERY has received and la now opening a very largs
? assortment of Soft Hats of all qualities, shape* and col
ora, and will be sold at the lowest prices.
B. AVERY, Noa. 146 and 148,
oc4 Wheeling. Va
SPJiiyO FASHION
GENTLEMEN'S HATS EOIi1860.
S AVERY hs* on hand, and is manufacturing Hats of tka
? Spring style, which for neatness, durability and-'find*
uess, cannot be surpancd. Gentlemen are requested to cat'
and examine for themselves.
?2&~Uats made to order at the shortest notloe. >'
Also?a large assortment of Hats and Caps, of all do.
acrlptionsnow in use.
Nos. 146 and 148 Main at.. Wheeling, Va.
felC - 0. AVERY.
^FLOTJR. - f
O^A BARRELS Extra Flour, favorite brands, In,store and
?0\J for sale by
ui>25 M. REILLY.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
THE Subscr iber takes this method of Informing his custo
mers and the public, that he is prepared to furnish^ an
heretofore, to all who desire it, good Ice during the tumiBcr?
His Ice Is of the finest quality and the supply amplefor two
years, should summer last so long, so that consumer* need
not feiur a lack of plenty. His carts will be out In a day'or
two and Ice trill be furnished dally at such-price and in-such
quantities as may be desired. He la satisfied toletthc'pob*
lie judge of the quality of his Ice after trial.
apl9>tf JACOB AM2CK.
P5 t ^pcxrUrx-^
THIS important and valuable Improvement tn tUe mant&
facture of Ladies Skirts, on account of the Light, Plia
ble and Adjustable Plaits they form about the waist, their
graduation, thencc to the bottom, the. Impossibility of their
breaking, and their adaption to any change of position,
gives the moat graceful and elegant form to a lady's dress.
The stiilbess consist* of a series of cords of the fibres of
the Cactus lear, running horizontally around them, while
the fabric (unuaily cotton) between and covering the cords,
renders them always of a nature perfectly flexible* . -
Just received by
tnv2T IlEIBKIXT. * 8WEARISGES. .
SOAPI! LARD OULHi
'
WE take pleasure In acquainting our numerous patrons
that we have rebuilt and enlarged our Factory. (re
cently destroyed by fire,) and are now extensively engaged
in manufacturing a superior article of Soap and Candles.
Thankful for the very libera] support tendered to In the
past, we hope, by strict personal attention, and the good
quality of our products, to merit a continuance of the
same.
We Invite the attention of dealers ant! consumers to car
Extra Brown and German Family' Soaps, on account Of their
strength and hardness. Also to our Summer Candles. ? ?
On hand a constant supply of Lard Oil, by the .quantity
and retail. ' I
We hure a lot of "Patent Dope," la convenient paek
ap? an excellent artlclu for greasing carriage and. wagon
spindK i.
N, B.?Oatvj;^ and Soap delivered to any part of the
CitVi - . ^
jei3:f.w - warreffYboKBT"
Attention Masons!!
V CONSIGNMENT of Master Mascns, Roy si Arch sad
E^campmtnt Regalia, has just been received, and will
Sic sold low xor account of the manufacturers, at
BROWN'S Jewrelry Store,
jelC .s 3IB Main st.
*ri t y ? ! ???' .?v
rpHK sui?cr:t?er Is'nuw i-r- rvared to dcliver ice to the citl
1 ren? of Wheeling generally. Hif Ice wax put up abo*?
Fulton, at'the Three Mfie House, "Mjnitw occupied by JtOfi
Hornbrook. 'ar.d JjperrecUy^fretf fromdlri. -'lie Intends to
deliver It hi mselfTassUted by htrfc&r,-s^ that his customers
WOOL. ' 0,. "
?f WILL buy the different graile. of Wool, delirered it my
X ?lorr. No. 181 m?rkit i .1
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