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WHEELING V A. WEDNESDAY MQfcKIiN'G, JULY 16. 1856.
fl,c deeding Sutclligcnccr,
is rroiisiiKD
DAIIX TBI-WEKKLY" AN1> W'F.EKLY. BY
J? E A T T Y <fc C O .
OfTlCE Corner of Main and Quincr streets
Entrance from Qnincy st"
TEltMS.
DMT< p^rlooJ2> M.00
ru# ct". r" M,oo
Suu.fi P? ?W"" *l.w
11ATES OF ADVERTISING.
I -IN u'vCi OK NONPAREIL, oil LESS, CONSTITUTING
j * A b^UAit F.
I 9bp 1 lswrHoD ?????.........9 70
I ~ " 2 " 1,(HI
- S ?* 1,25
?? I vtek 2.00
?? 1 " SJO
? ?? 1 cjcntli 5,iK)
? 1 " ..6.75
^ ?? S " S,00
- $ " 12,00
- 12 " 15,00
r.- idrerth(vrtttsof?reaivr length, ami icfl tlmn % of ?
tJJu' inirrtcd f'r * loofer tine that. W? mouth#, a di*
1 e<m* rtT Clt/ p*r crDt* *u l^c mftde for ea-.h
I h-tJe tv Ibc fr*'- :hr%* Months.
1 r?rBuiiorw of r.of?*?i<?nil Carda, .?? square or
ion, per ^ C,00
| Y9T W P'ofcssiona1 Card?, one "quart , per
I * 10,00
Par ? co'urar o??" vtar ItiO.oo
I "V " " " &P,09
- V - M " 40?00
Mftr ncretr.*. on ?h?- iWc frr tl-** in-id*-.
f~!':rtruii C?incsua.catici:i cbarccd at $1,00 per tfcou
MBd'W. , ?
gy^pccir! N?:icn chared i .?> p-.-r jrqunrc, per annum,
fcr fr? square,and the v*uk rati 1 disco-mt there ou for a
gtcLUTi.vniKf af rfqusretia* under the general head, and 10
ciatialinv for aln/Ie Uaertlun.
jju':acrt Ad?'.*rni#etacaU, with monthly change, one
i y<?r 125,00
C- : t. ;th f. tckljr chins* ? ? 30,00
Kci:-e of Deaths i&acrttd grataitouslr. but I'uneral
Notice charytd 50
Hvria?* Notice charjrH . 50
Wsniinatioija, eharetd for isc^i candidate for a ?ep?
offtcv, iiuertcd for one month or lcsa, In ad
vance - 2,00
K.!i)fiou? noticci In?rrti*d for fcalf price.
lil'SIXliSS CARDS.
LAWYbRX
, IWSSELL &? FITZHUG iTi
Atfrucjm ubd i oiia?rll?in u| iaitr,
o trice
So. CP, Mo.VItOS PTRTKT,
Wheeling, Va.
J. H. PENDLETON,
A'l'TO K N K V AT I. A W
IiJlKhiJSh, i'.l
primSUS B? Court, of Oiiin, s:..r>:iaK, Brooke and
J-. '.?? coant't#.
? n <j.;iocy itr. ? r, just al ow Main. fc
f. t ?a?*, ( J r. r, rotifer
? / I'dr'KtraLur^, Vn.
Tfiaw & Turner,
ATTORNEYS AT I.A\V
fr-t.IILiitUn.: stncrlv tu all ci.trui?U;*I to them
Siit? WooJ? A Ir!? J*t*aont Ritchie, Ollmcr and
tetfwdar attention ulrcn t>? cull^ctionfl
?REFER fu?
FBUDFLFIIIA.?Iiou. <icorK-e Sharywood ; Hon. Joe!
& ^ Gilpin, Mtssr*. Let A
Uin!I0Rr-Vr,j.-.. 4 Lucltttt, Mcr,. ptnn i
Z" - ?? J. Vari::il!, Thorna- J?|tn.
fn2<.:ly
PHYSICIANS.
ALKUED HUGHES, M. D.
Hun.ceop.1 tbio JPiiysieiaii,
US rcOCVr<l h'j oiiu. and reiidvcec, and jit rmaniiiil y
al tht. C'-ru :r ?f l'.?urtft unu Qiuuct-y *trect3,
FirM Pr?.??'yurii*n Church
Orilt'i llocw;-?i';rbiu^, froui ' to 9
Soon, ?* 1 " ft
Kvcninga, 44 7 '? 9
!JLL OF PRICES--Fur a single visit, 75ccnt?; tnclJcint,
S;.? tj. Fnrtioor i-n>re vbiu a ?ls>, ?*> ccut*; medicid*-, i
hcc.!?. Advice -.toQicv, and uicdJciuc, from 26 to &t> ct?,
z* tiie n?.jv be.
<H?utrlc cu<] frotn ^oto ?1 ?.
to the com-.trv, *c?-or?ilug to distance.
?jc above "bill ol Pries" is jrrv.u becsuiic it i? said my I
? kit urn -H Ut?h-.r. my 3-lj d
J W.'vTheat,
II t) M K Ol'ATIHS T .
(\?It fc?a t rta.Utuce en Mar act street, opposite the Po*t
VJ tfmcc. fell*
Medical
1\1. D. C. I?HACi1AKT tender!) his profeMlooal services |
1 * :o it* c'list i:? of SmiUi Wheeling am! vicinity.
OfflCE directly ae?t of KcntuV Hotel. * tnr3:3ra
E. VAR3UEY,
.v a :? r /Ac r lj: lk or
UrrFK. Il> * KlIliKI ? !??>> \\ ABE,
Ae. 3 J/m'i nttir Vtt C'rfek Jiri'lge,
U11KKI.1SU, VJl
Lambdii), Bonhsrn & Co.
tllklMA ????*.!.?>?. Ar I'UUiNIX
l'Al'KIl MILLS.
Wlihfci.ING, ?A.
Xi3&3or< Piint':-^ ;.ud trapping pjtpt-r. Candle Paper,
CotluD tfarn Paper, S'.um llo;it Paper,
y -oa?.t liuarib, Fullers'
Hoard*. Jkc.
W. D. MOTTE &. BRO.,
DEALERS
I* mil hind- or I orfi^n nnd X>otnr?llc
DUV GOODS.
SO. 1 . u, .!/ A J S biUEET*
WHEELING, VA. !
^ . M. KEILLY,
wholesale ueaicr \.u Groceries,
'cl<jn aud L'omtxiic Wines and lAqy.or?t
No. Is! War piuk ilAaurr Sqiurk,
'.j \\ UKLL1NU, VA.
I I^UDf. 5. MVl.ALLEV, JR. c. V. KNOX
M'CLALLKNS it KNOX,
A lv? tail ?ic?klt*r? in nil liiuda ?f
Boots, Shoes, Leather, etc.
Xa. luii, Main itreet,
WHEELING, VA.
ftM. M. bERRVUlLL,
Cheap Furnishing Wareiooms,
151 Maimtrett,
WIUKLINU, V A.
I'-L kind* o! Furninin, including CHAIRS, SOFAS,
ACUJrKS, LOOKING GLASSES, ic., 4c., of the latest
' '? auu Uett qualities, kept constantly on Uanp at reduced
dly
? ? SEXTON 1.. SKAt. A. VAN SWKAKISUEN
>Ulu>, CKAI. A SU'K.?KINUI>>\,
FAImDKY GOODS,
WHOLESALE
11 t.ulli K'onrlb .1.
- IWLADBLPUU.
W. F. Peterson. I
'IKE, MA11INK J .II K INSUR'OE
? 1 " l-.i.'.ly AOf..Vl
. 3*? Mo>*ok hi Htsrr, UurzuKO, Vi.
ISLAND TANNERY.
B K U (i r : 11 & H O V F M A N ,
"othanu,
tvery descriiitiou of Leather,
.... p.."*."'?." '? nl?.t Hide
? -1"-1A Ma, l,l ,dU<j ??</ Muln drift, i
?j|??U.VC, Va.
*I! ku' U "" anJ ,,,w " Tery I
J.TURTON,
!nm ,n n"d "???nn.ri.tnl Painter,
-?5 Jill.*, BfTnfcCN MONKOC .?N1> UStU>STi?.
w?i _ W 11LKI.IX (r, IV!.
c "tl?04 r' ani1 |r,J^' tran.parcnt. Plain and fan
n^*tnes?aiii] dupatch, Grainlctr, 4c.
>*TrV,0,,'k,Bda *r
?lobatco, tsnulf and Cigars,
aild Eetail
5,1 '/?'?. 2 rf.ior. trfvtr .Variet aUt-j,
VA. jr
s. AVERY,
it , . i.d Krlnll
?M and Cap Manufacturer.
xo. lw MAISSl'KF.ET,
Wti.. t W heeling, Va.
Cjm aud belt ujorttnem or Hats I
al! qcalXV* and ?:xu. j?ll 1
U. CUANOLE & CO.,
P?. W1'',ISAL'! OKOCEBS,
orwardiDg and Commission
meh;haht8.
f>tJM MOXROC AN'I> KJHR HTXriTf,
VA.
%*' '? 1^1 ,A,' l; ~ "
WM.T. ROBWSox.
J'OBlK SON & 13K.O.J
t . DK.ll.ERS IX
S/fS*'"1' fc?w.r*prr.. Sr.,
- *?i Washington linll, Monroo Street;
Wt-ma,,. WHEELING, VA.
*? ">thing new la our llue always on Land.
I. N. KELLER,
I c, . dealsk ra
Produce, Ferd and Grain
?? Ground
* W..VMiiant
BUSINESS CARDS.
DRUGGISTS.
DRUGS, Mt- DlCINES,
CHEMICALS, J'EKI'UMERY, &C.
JIB. t ItlJ.tllt.kt 14. r. IC wou.'d announce to hu
? friends and the public generally, that having purcha
sed the Interest of the senior partner in the bush-ess latcly
condocted under the Arm of J. Cruml>ack< r & Son, be will
continue the same at the old stand. No. 175 Main it., and
would respectfully solicit, and trusts to merit a continuancc
of the patronage so liberally bestowed on the old firm.
He has just returned from the Eastern cities, and is now
opening an extensive and well selected stock of Drugs and
Chemicals Perfumery, Fancy articles, Ac., all of which were
purchased after strict personal inspection and with scrupu
lous regard tn the purity of quality, and are now offered to
the public on the most reasonable tenns^ Syr
A. C. GOOD <fc CO.,
[SUCCESSORS TO JAMES BAKER.]
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Comer of Main and Monro* Streets,
WHEELING, VL.
A, C. GOOD k CO., have bought ths entire stock of Jas.
? Baker, and will continue the business at the eld stand.
Dr. Bak<r having gone Into one of the largu?t houses la
Philadelphia, has kindly agreed to make purchase* for- his
successor* in Wheeling. The arrangement w ill Insure their
keeping on hand, (anrt offering an the beat tertus) afullaa*
fortment or the very best article? In their line of bibfoVn.
A. C. OOOD L CO.
Whc.Ung, Pcc. 21,1AM. dc?l_
J. B. VOWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
IlEALKIt is
i?.cG5, ^jst9,o:ls, bvw, pavdt MEiccrsra
ANI? HKarCMCHV.
rvo. 3<t i" oure ftt-; Whrellng.
caulacturcr of Superior Lemon Syrup.
O. W. HEITKEX.f. B. B. SVf KARIJCGKK.
HEISKELL &. CO.,
l?euler? in nil liind* of
Fancy and staple Dry Goods.
Corner of Market ami Union streets,three doors from Geo.
II. Wickham'a Auction Room s,
WHEELING,JVA.
W. '& J. STEWART,
MAStTKACTCIlKRS OP ILL KINDS O P
8TOVPS, GKA11H, I'l.Ol'CII VIIOXS,
Cnntiu^M for '! hre-Liujj Jlucklne*,
Arc. <V c
vunrs cast con. maxket.^uabk, (namci: corner.)
WHEELING, VA.
STEWART <k OALD WELT.,
KiHtriOVCEU or
COPPER, TIN, AM) SHEET IKON WARE,
mm csd orM.iRKrr
WHEELING. VA.
Wholesale Paper V/arahoue
MA IX ST., XEA H Q VI XO i'ST.
IiAKBDIN, GII.BERSON & CO.,
(HOCCCUORS TO A. C. ROPINSon a CO., AXII IlAt.-P.IT A CO.)
MANUFACTURE end keep constantly onhand tlic follow
ing Papers,
eiraw wnAprwo,
KCG WJLAPPJSO,
MA.NILDA, TEA A*D
Candle PAPr.a.
BKCOCTr.TS. COTTON PACTOJIY AND n.lRnVTAKK PAISa.
Bonnet, Blndci** and Fuller?. * Hoards,
To which they invite the attention of purchasers. scpl4
C.-p- BROWN,
DEALER IN CLOCKS. WATCHES, JEAVEL
ItY AND FANCY GOOIlS,
1.10 Horubrnok s Building,
IVIniti >t . H ht-Wli.f;
CLOCKS anil tt'ATC/ft.'SCirrefuH;/ rrptiii-ftt.
GEORGE B. WICKHAM,
AUCTIONEER
COIYTMIScION MFKCHANT,
No. 100 Market Squaip,
je&-dly \V 1-1EEI<ING? VA.
W. TALL ANT. A. TAiAAKT.
L. S. DELAPLAIAX.
TALL ANT & DELAPLAIN,
I'OKU A
?am>?
Commission Merchants,
Ko. 29Main 6tre<t, ami Xo. 12 Slot* or. Sir*ft,
nv8 IVHEE J.IX G, VA,
~ F- R ARMSTRONG,
AUM'.ye A \ (> UK 11. Kit l.V
[REAL ESTATE,
Office corncr of Main and Union streets,
aug2?-lyd WHEELING, VA.
S. D. HARPER &SON,l
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
MUFFS, FURS, AND CARPET UAGfc,
No. 1-jy Main fit. eornci of Union,
Wheeling, Va.
~ T. - WEENEY & SON,
(Scccc^sor.h If* Sweeneys a I(ELL)
MANUFACTURERS OF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
Chi tin, QucruNM nrf, inmp?. Girnud?Ira,
'A'nbtc t otlcrj-. Ac.
No 65, MAIN STREET,
Wheeling, v a.
JOHN H THOMPSON,
DEALER IX
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper,
?A Nil
VARIETY GOODS.
up? Wo 11? .Tlnin .Ntrrei.
"wThebuj^ 1ST,"
HOUSE FUKXISJI1XG AND HOUSE
KEEPIXG GOODS.
NO. 30 MONROE STREET,
?t.|" WUKK!!\Q. T'.l.
Junii k nctalui'd.
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE
WATER ST., SO. HI,
Wheeling, Va.
ST. CLAIR HOTEL, "
[rOKMEKLV EXCHANGE HOTEL.}
Corner of Peuu and Nt, 4'lnir afreets,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
ma>lS
JOHN HOWELL,
Di:A I.Kit IN
BOOTS, SHOES, fa.,
Vo IT'l.-Hnlwit.
?- blouiii.
PORTRAIT PAINTER,
Rocms,
HORNBROOK'S NEW BUILDINGS,
DVl5-tf JtA/X SWEET.
XirA.\TFI?
V> CLOVER SEED,
TIMOTHY SEED.
BUTTER,*
EGGS, *C.
Br COLLINS k HALL,
fpQ0 Xo. Is9 Market Square.
S. I. BLOCH,
Importer mid Dealer
In Brandies Wines, Gin, &o.
Wl/or.KSAI.E * RETAIL,
no. G? Jlonior ft.
?lilS " n?u?o. V*
ELY DORSEY 4 CO.,
GENERAL
FORWARDING AGENTS,
NO. 4 S MAIN 8TREET,
Wheeling, Va.
n AVISO REMOVED totlie above stand, we will hp pleas*
??<1 to see our friends and correspondents.
All favors intrusted to our care will (as heretofore) have
prompt attention.
April, 1*041. ap4
MAT^EW IVicNABB,
DEALEII IX
GROCERIES. FLOUR, MILL
Feed, Corn. Oat6 and baled Hay.
OPPOSITE TIIE 2D PBEWITTKRIA $ CHCftCH, WKBSTEB STBEET,
4'enlre Wheeling
tsy The higlust price paid in C.iab for Country Produce.
Jnl8
Hallowell & Wiley,
>o '33 Wnln ft.
WHEELING, VA. .
jlfan nfacitiiei? oj e. t.rtj JJencrijftion of
I'urnitvre.
TT|rE do a censral furnishing business and keep on hand
Vt every variety of Chalrs,BeadsteadF,Glas?es, Mattraa
sesand Loungcf:. We are also prepared to do ail kinds of
wood turning, and furnish Bedsteads to Cabinet Makers In
the white, ready ironed. NewtU and Bullasicra furnished
to nr-U'T. ? ap18
TliEy^i^^K01"
TTASWen removed from Centre Wheeling to the west side
11 of Main street,three doors north of Monroe street?be
ing on the corner of Sprigg alley.
GEO. 8. THOMPSON,
Feb. 14 Treasurer.
RARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS!!!
SAVINGS BANK STORE
fUK NAI.K.
'?pilE proprietor of the Savings Bank Store, cornerof Mar
JL ket and Monroe sis.. Wheeling, Va., wishing to change
his occupation, and It being necessary to close his business
luring the present year, offers his entire stock of Boots,
.*hoes, Hats, Caps, Ac. at wholesale, on favorable terms, and
n IU continue to seU at retail (if not otherwise disposed of)
the b~st bargains in the city.
1 have Just received a fine assortment of Summer Hats,
ladles and genu Shots and Gaiters, and would respectfully
?av to all those dtsprsed to patronise tae, tsy Gcods must b(
told, aad will be sold regardless of profit.
Come ono and all?vou shall have valu* tor yeor money.
1 have many Goods?I will sell at ccil
?? n. n. wamom.
toy S3
BUSINESS CARDS.
ARTIFICIAL TEt. TH.
DR. S. P. HULLIIIEN.
OFFICE, No. Ml, Fourtdairevl, near the
Frrfln-trrUn Church.
Manufacturer TEETH expressly for each par
_____ ticular cast. Full sets of Tctth. or any parts
-jf cct-4, made with Artificial Gums. The Guiu Is made In one
fcor.tiuuou* or solid plccr?-the cost ia the same for Teeth with
or without Guina.
Full set* of Teeth made from $75 to |153 a act; smalls sets
from $3 to per tooth. feblilyd
COI'PEtt, YIN 3c 8IIKKT IKON IVABE
Manufactoi y.
THANKFCI. for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon hi in, the subscriber would respect
fully inform his frit-ads, and the public generally,
that he continues to manufacture the abare named
- artlclca in all their variety, all of which he haa al
ways on baud, a good assortment for wholesale and retail at
very low price*.
He also keeps on hand Cooking Stove* of the most approv
ed patterns, for coal and wood.
py Job Work trill continue to recclvc Lis particular at
tention, aud be executed with promptness and in a rtjle that
will please the most fastidious.
E. YAENEV,
H?, ti. Halo itrMt.
WILLIAM HARE; '
Plummer . nd Gas Fitter,
[orpoame thz sorto-wcstex* bask,]
iTInin at..
Wheeling, V a .
IsBrn Oil HC8 fitted up with Water And Oa?. Ordcra
from the country 'or Pipes end Pumps attended to at short
notice. nv2:tf
Eaulc Forge, Wire and Iron Works,
13. C. DEWEY, Proprietor,
WAREHOUSE, SO 60 MAIN STREET,
Wheeling. Vn.,
MANUFACTURER of aii sixes Bar and Fancy Iron, Rail
Road Axle*; heavy and light Forglngs, Roller IUvets,
Wire, Ac.
(3ST*Railroad and Suspension Bridge iron work made to
ordvr. fell
Wheeling Savings Institution,
OFVIVK. 10-J HI AI V ST.
OFFICE open from 9 o'clock,.a. iu., until 3 p. m. Discount
dav?Thursday, 10 o'clock, a. m.
fWMoney received on transient deposite. Interest paid
on special dei*osites.
J. CiirxntCKK.-t, Alkx. Rogers, Alex. Pasth:*, A.N. Jen.v
sox, Daniel Steenkod, Jas. B. Maiujt, Adam Fircnata asd II.
1C- List? Directors.
31. NELSON, President.
WM. Sic COY, Treasurer. aug31
J. C. COLLIN
Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
2V?. 189 iTIai'kriSqnnre, We*l aide
WHEELING, VA. t ?
KEEP constantly ??u nai.u ail kiiily <if F?.cu, such as Oats,
Corn, Brau, Shorts, Slip Stuffs, etc.. Flour, Cora Meal,
iiuttcr, Eg-**, Poultry, Prori?Jou*, and Dried Fruit of all
k'tidr, together with a complete assortment of Family Gro
ceries.
{STCaih paid for corn, oats, Flaxseed, Dried Fruits,
Sheep Skins, hides, butter, eggs and poultry. a pi 2
geo7w. ax be r s on,
rOKWAKDINO AND
Commission Werohant
KO. 45, MAI* STREET,
W ll ??: ??: Sj i > (j . v A ,
{^"Ftrlet attention paid to the sale and purchase of West
ern and Southern Product, aud the shipment of all kinds of
produce and merchandise. nvB
JOHN"FISHER,
WHOLESALE AAV RETAIL
books p: J-j l e n,
Stationer, Wall Piper Mei chant,
A*? DCALttt IN
V I R 1 P. i V <?<><>*>?*,
NO. 135 MAIN STREET, WHEELING, VA.
53T~Frcnch Goods, Portc-monuaie*, Reticulei, Buttons,
Condi*, ltrushea, Fans, Spvclaclctf, English and German
lioodi, Ac.
Goods imported to order. The highest trade price for i
Rags. _ ml>2i?
J . M . M ? F AD IN & C p:,
[LATE TRIPLETTS, McFADIN * CO.}
COMMISSION MfcJKGiiANTS.
mo 28 i.Evri?, a oG commercial street,
M Ij'-uIn, ITlw.,
ORDERS for Lead, Hemp, Provisions, Flour, Grain, Ac., j
solicited and promptly executed.
?REFER TO?
J. J. Asr.Easos Si Co., Bankers, St. Louis, Mo.
L. A. B.s-ust it Co., " " *
febl4?ly .
V E ~N 1 T I A N B L I NP8
George Roberts,
i itluin Mt.
CCONTINUES to manufacture to order (wholesale and re
tail) a beautiful variety of
VENETIAN WINDOW BLINDS
of every color and size, aud at Eastern prices.
Tli. se Blinds are superior to ev?ry other kind of Window
tlliinl." iu use.
pP*Call and examine specimens.
."V. U.?Old Blinds repainted, and trimmed equal
? ??. nv14
I7~ivi puivijtutfiv.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION j
MtKCHANT.
HO. 73 MAI* E*EETT, OITOBITE LIST & U'jWlXt/g,
Wheeling, Vd,
REFER TO?
List Sc Howell, Wheeling, Va,
C'. t B. Davenport, Barnc'bvilie, 0.
Burt.S'iafer ? Smith, Cambridge, 0.
I>. Applegate, Zant-flvillc, O.
EVice t: Son, Smilhfkid, O.
O. A. X tiu . H litimor*-. f.?27
a. u. joxkaW. JS'j. r. uiLcuuisT.
G-. H. JORDAN <*: CO.
PAPER MANUFACTURERS.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
.>?. 7 O Jluiu >1
ftpll WUKEUXG. VA.
Kemovai.
ON Tuesday, April 1, C. P. BROWN, having removed j
from Washington Hall, stl I open at
>\o. Il?, .TlaiiiMrcrt,
In Hornbrook's Building, one dcor above Messrs. Marsh t
Taylor's, a bcautifctl assortment of Watches, Jewelry and
Fancy Articles, recently selected by hiuuclf in the Eastern
cities.
A call and examination of his stock by his former patrons
and the public getierkUy is respectfully invited.
Wheeling, March 2\>. ls'>6.
Sundries.
? )t>A r'BS. pure Ground Pepper;
?tJl/ !*0 ? Alsplcc;
?V) * pure ground cinnamon;
!!."? 4 do cloves;
.">!? 4 do ginger;
lu ' do mace;
2<i doz. pure pulverized mustard;
Just fresh ground and for sale by
ALEX. TURNER,
dcSO Mclodi-on building. Main st.
WILDBROTIIEH,
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
1 TTIIOLESAl.K ASB IIKTA1L Denlcra in MUccllnncw,
> V Medical, Theological and School llooics, Stationery,
Wall Paper ami Window Blinds.
Wholesale Doa'.ers, School Committees, Tcachcrs, and oth- |
ers supplied at the lowest rates at the Bookstore, corner of |
Main aud Uuion streets,
a?S Whkklixo, Va.
Sundries.
I 1 r\ SACKS of Rio Cotfee;
I k\J 2 ticrces Rice;
fi bbls. I'.ilvcrlied Sugar;
<5 " Crushed '
8 44 Soft Crushed Sugar;
S hhdii. N. 0. Sugar;
10 boxes Chocolate-;
4UU lbs. Race Ginger;
10 boxes White Pipes;
20 bbls. No. o medium Mackerel;
2'i X bbls. ?
2b boxes No. 1 Herring;
1?? bbls. Prime Eastern Herring;
Jnst received and for sale bv
ALE.Y. TURNER,
f-'29 Melo?It or Buildings. Main ?t.
Watches, Jeweliy, Silverware,
&o. &.O.
J. T. SCOTT'S
N'EW and spb-mlid stock?far exceeding in beauty, ex
cellence, variety and cheapness, any he has heretofore
offered his patrons?will be opened on
MONDAY MORNING, 24T1I INST.,
To which he respectfully invites the attention of the pub
lic. rah22
~~SIL VERED GLASS CURTAIN PINS.
4 NEW and beautiful article. Also?an Invoice of Silver
Jljl Plated Porks and 8poons, and Ivory Handled Knives
Table and Desert, in si U and by the dozen.
Justopcncd by J. K. DUNHAM A CO.
So. 23 Monroe street,
ap26 Wheeling, Ya.
~ SEED.
IO X Clover-Seed and 75 do Tlmothy-8ecd just
L+fJ received and for sale by
rl-tf GEO. K. McMECHEN.
I.BS. Citrouie Green, prime quality,just received by
at>30 LAUGIILINS A HUSIIPIELD.
~~ KID GLOVES.
r IIA YE just received the iarptd lot of Gents Kid Gloves
ever offered In this market, and of the very best makes.
Ever, pair warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale?
i: So. 2 Washington Ilall.
ap2 J II. STALLMAN.
FRENCH CORSETS. |
A PUt.L assortment of French Corsets, In all sizes, just |
? JL received
By Fxprrft*. at
npSO HEISKELL A SWEARING EN'S.
RIBBONS!: |
ELEGANT Ribbons, French Flotrers, Rouchc's, Straw
i Braids, 4c. received at
W. D. M0TTE ft BRCS.
? l.'rb will at v? r loff prlc*-* apS
suo
A A U111 Kl< O OUJ> CIJAJS ( JS.
LARGE lot or Summer Mantlea, Just recefrtd at W. D.
MOTTE A BRO'S.,which they will Sell at less than the
sual prices. tny2
o C HHMrria* Shoulders lor sal. by I
Z9 apll J. M. kATTBEWB A eo.
A.!
TRANSPORTATION.
Cincinnati, Wilmington and
Zanesville ?
R^ILKO>^l3D.
OPE A~ T II H O TT G B,.
DIRECT ROUTE TO CISt'INSATI MXtS'TtiX WEST!
I ~ nr. -
Tw? PnueuKCr Vra!n? Dalljr each way
ON and after Monday, May 2dll?, train* will run a* follows
(Sundays excepted):
WESTWARD.-^,<; . i
Leave Express., Accommodation
Zanesville .. 9.-22 A. IL 420 P. il
JitiT Lexington....;..' '"'i- - ; ??
Lancastrr 11:85 11 ?^0- "
CirclevUle 12:28 P. M. 7:25 ?
Washington 1:85 ** . 8:80 44
wuiniugtotf.T.:..:^.."^:.
Morrow.. 830 ;? .....
Loveland .. .. . , -
Arrive Cincinnati S ^ * JUdd'Af?;
XMXVAmf *?-? *- .**' '
. Leave , r Express. * Accommodation
Cincinnati .. 6:W A. M. 8:80 P. M.
Loveland ?* "
Morrow 7:24 " 5:% "
Wilmington *... 8~?4 " 6:80 "
Washington S:44 " 7:80 44
CirclevUle 9:86 44 6:40 44
Lancaster l(s:20 44 9:85 14
New Lexington 11:15 " ll>:85 44
Arrive Zanesville 13:15 P.M. 11:15 41
The 0:22 a. m. Train leaves Zmtsville on the arrival of the
-1:50 Train on C. O. It. K. from Wheeling, end arrive* in Cln
cinnati at 5:U4 P. M.
The 4:20 p. si. Train leaves Zanesville on the arrival of the
11:45 &. m. Train on C. I). It. It. from Wheeling.
This Koad is located through the most beautiful part of
Ohio, p.-uuring through New Lexington, Lancaster, Circle
vllle, Washington, Wilmington, it. all tine flourishing towns,
and it has a beautiful line. There is a large portion of the
road that is air-line, making it & desirable route.
No attention wjll be fcparcd on the part of tilt officers of
the Road to make this a pleaiant route fur the traveling
public to patronise.
Trains will stop at all intermediate stations, and connrct
at Morrow with trains for Dayton, Xcnia, Springfield, Ac.,
and at Loveland with trains for Hillsborough and Chilli
cothe.
Lines of Stages and Packets make connections for all Im
portant points In Southern Ohio.
G. W. IIAItnii?, Sup't.
S3F"Thc Omnibus Line culls at all the Hotels, and upon
notice left with II. Orndorft, tn? doorv east of the Elaoey
House, will call for passengers in an>? part of the city.
injSO?iitf
FREIGHT DEPARTMENT.
jlTJ
Cincinnati, Wilmington & Zanes
ville Railroad.
MEUCUANTS, manufacturers, aud the public generally,
are hereby respectfully Informed that the C. W. & Z. K.
I it. Company Is "now prepared to receive and forward freight
(from Cm; temporary Station iu Zanesville, on Second street
north of Main,) to Cincinnati, .Morrow, Wilmington, Waah
! ingtou, CirclevUle, Lancaster, New Lexington and interme
diate Stations. Particular attention, will also be given tothe
forwarding of Freight destined for the West iu accordance
with the wishes of consignors, whether by Railroad or the
River itom Cincinnati.
Freight will be received and delivered during the winter
mouth* from 7 A. M. to 4 P. M.; during the summer months
from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M., and shippers favoring the Company
with their patronage, may rely upon the Company'* Agents
giving ev?ry attention necessary to insure the utmost
promptitude'and safety iu the forwarding of property en
trusted to their care.
Fur farther information see the Freight Tariff published by
the Companv, or apply to
H. K. SMITH,
General Freight Agent,
myBOdawtf Zanesville, Ohio.
Cnanga of Scnedule.
?WMHM
TRANSPORTATION OOTCB B. A O. R. R. I
Wheeling Station, Fcb.9tb, 1S50. (
ON ami after Monday the lvitli inat., the PassengerTrains
(express and accommodation) will leave this station daily at
4:2o P. M. and 7:15 A. >1.
The Express Train leaves at 4:20 P. M. aud will only stop at
the following stations: Beiiwood, MoundsviUe, Cameron,
Fairmont. Petterman.Newburg, Rowlesbur*,Piedmont,Cam
herland.Sir John's Run, Martinsburg, Harper's Ferry, Mon
ocacy, Sykesville and Washington Junction.
The Wheeling and Cumberland Accommodation Train will
leave daily (except Sunday*) at 7:15, A. M., and arrives at
Cumberland at 6:4u P. M. Leaves Cumberland at 5:15 A. SI.
and arrives at Wheeling at 4:S?J, P. M.
pBT^The Mail Train will be discontinued until further no
tice.
Bv order of
W. S. WOODSIDE, Superintendent.
fe!4 J. B. FORD, Agent.__
The Adams Express Company.
OFFICE M'LCRK Hotsr, WUEKLINO, Tft.
REDUCTION OF RATES TO AND FROM
New Voik, Philadelphia A: llulliinorc.
r|MlE Adams Express Company, for the safe and speedy
1_ conveyance of
MOXST, VALUABLE PACKAGES, AND FIlEIOnT OF ALL KIXDS.
in charge of uur own special messenger.*, is the only reliable
line to and from Wheeling (by Railroad direct,) to ?iew York,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Washington City.
ALSO?tin Central Oldo Railroad to Zr.ncHVil!e,Columbus,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cidcago and St. Louis.
Expresses leave via Bait. L Ohio Railroad at 4?V o'clk, P.
M., Central Oh'o Railroad r.t 5 o'clock. P. M.
For Pittsburgh, Cleveland,Toledo, and Northern Ohio at T
o'clock, A. M.
prf Butter. Poidtry, Prndaceof ail kinds,delivered insix
teen hours to Baltimore. N. P1GMAN, Agent,
ae25 Adams Express Co.
Change of Tine!
CLEVELAND A Mi PITTSBURG H RAILROAD.
U. S. MAIL DAILY LINE
BCTWEEW
Wheeling and Pittsburgh.
THE flue side wheel pas
senger steamer FOREST CI
TY, Capt. Geo.D.Moore,aud
l>I(JRNL,Capt. A*aShepherdi
will ruudaUy between Wheeling and Pittsburgh?the Forest
City leaving Wheeling every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day; mid the Diurnal every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 A. M., arriving at Wellsville in time to connect with the
Cleveland cars, and at Pittsburgh in time for the morning
line East. Returnine?the Forest City lervcs Pittsburgh ev
ery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday* aud the ?>iurnal every
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday at 1ft A. M.; arriving at
Wheeling in time for the mail lines for Ohio.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
S. C. BAKER k CO. Agents.
j5y~TliroushTickets for Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, De
troit; Milwaukee, Chicago, Buffalo and Dunkirk, sold at the
office of S. C. Baker k Co fi>5
SAMUEL LAOGHLIX. AkKXASDKU LACCHLIN.
a. u. arsuFiEi.o.
Laughlins <St Bushfield,
[SCCCEHBORS TO BCPJIFIELO * ROBINSON.]
W11 U L EH A L E 1j li U G G1S TSt.
AHP PRALEKS IX
Oils, Fa'nts ai?d Dyo Stuffs.
HAVING purchased the stock of Bushfleld k Robinson,
we have and wiR always keep on hand a complete sup
ply of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Paint*, OIU, Dyt StuJ's, J'at ml JIedicin*?, TarnMiCS,
UrushtK, J'srfutneri/, Glass and Glu&xirare,
and Varieties usuall> kept by wholesale Druggists, which we
will bell to Dealers, consumer* and country merchants as low
and on wt favorable Urms as they can purchase and bring
them from the eastern cities. ag21
JOHN JC. ZIMMFR. ROBERT IBBOTSOV.
7AMMER <f- IB BO IS ON,
VI70TLD respectfully Inform their frienda, and the public
\V generally, that they have opened a Grocery Store at
the corner of Market and Union streets, in the room recently
occupied by W. G. Robertson, where they Intend to keep a
full supply of FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES, and will take
pleasure in serving them out to customers at the lowest mar
ket rates.
gWThey will still carry on their STEAM BAKERY, and
are ready to All the orders of all their old friend*, n? well
as now ones, for all the dliferent kinds of Crackers and
Breads. *p!9
Splendid Wall Papers, &e.
TYTEhow offer to tlic public a complete assortment of Wall
? V Paper*, Ac. comprising morn new and fashionable
styles, and fewer old ones than any other stock in the city.
Purchasing entirely for cash, we feel confident that our
prices for Papers, this season, will show it to be to the ad
vantage of customers to give us a call. We have a very hea
w ?tock, and will sell at very loxcfiQure*.
apU WILDE k BROTHER.
Times copy.
Melodeons.
OPENED THIS MORNING, a fresh supply of Prince k
Oo.'s Melodeons of 4 and 5 octaves, plain aud piano
style, of fine rosewood finish, with moulding*.
These Instruments need no recommendation of ?urs, as
their durability aud superiority, both in tone and touch over
all others. Can be easily proved from the different churches
and private families, in this city and surrounding country,
who have them in n*e.
With a fine stock of Chlcktring's Piano Fortes, 6 and
octaves, to which we call the attention of the musical
world.
Stop and look in at 26 Union street.
j?2 JAS. MELLOR.
13 Y
T1US DA\.
FIG'D Swiss Muslins, for Dresses and Basques, In new de
signs.
Plain Swiss Muslin?real India muslins?Nainsook, Jaco
net and Cambric muslins.
mj*7 HEISKELL k SWEARINGEN.
1>XTKA FAMILY FLOUK
lit A superior article for landly use.
dec22 GILL k CO.
ETHEREAL OIL?5 bbls. for sale by
apll A. C. GOOD k CO.
BRUSHES?Wall, Paint, Varnish, 4c. for sale by
apll A. C. GOOD A CO.
WHITE L AD?150 kegs Cincinnati, pore, for sale by
apll ? A. C. GOOD k CO.
OHl II I BUBH. of Shorts In storr and for sale by
ZU' 'U 1 MATHEW McNABB.
ap21 Webster St. Wheeling.
?00
MISCELLANEOUS.
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
COLUMUUS. O.,
The ?Mt >kor??Kh oud Prnciical InatI
ii?n iu the \lot.
TERMS:--'
For Full Count, Including all Departments of Hook
L**pinff, Lectures and Penmanship, invariably <*
. ? ... $40
For Full Ocrurt9 in Ladies Itoparttn+nt ? ^
THE PROPRIETORS tike great pleasure In expressing
their (Uiuiks for the gratifying and unprecedented suc
cess which iiive market I thf career of their Institution since
its establishment. at the Capital, and vtiruulsteS them to re-:
newed exertions to meet,*n <Ae most efficient msmtw. thi
rapidly Increasing Remand fpr a. practical and compreher.- j
kite course of mercantile training. . The great practical.
Sxperleneo of thi/PriftclpU.ia bioaTy Banking aod Oommcr
clal liouicSi aSHlftcd by ?duc?t?rd and accomplished gentle*
men has enabled him to bring to a degree of jwrfection a
svgtem of COUNTING ROOM instruction, bv oral extrclses,
NOT ATTAINED BY ANY OTHER INSTITUTION. Bach
student, by this new process, Udrilled at the DESK,tn</?mVi
ually, step by step, until he has master* d the whole routine !
of an Accountant's duties tiw thoroughly a? though he had
served an apprenticeship in- some large Commercial
lluu.1t; aud thus all awkwardness; faltering, aud egregious ,
blunders arc, in a great measure, dissipateu.
In addition to our engagement of accomplished Assist
ants, we have also secured the services of some of the
most eminent Lecturers in Ohio, to lecture on commercial
topics.
Our course of Instruction Is too extended to particularize
here, but it embraces every thing connected with DOUBLE
ENTRY HOOK KEEPING, with free and full discussion of
ittScientilic Principles?Lectures upon Commercial History,
and History of Eminent Commercial Men, Commercial Ge
ography, Commercial Products, Commercial Calculation?,
Political Ecouomy, Mercantile Law, Ethics of Trade, Part
nership, Ac.
THE L A DIES'~J)E1'A It TUB XT
Is now opened for the reception of Ladies. No Institution iu
the Union imparts u more thorough or interesting course In
tills Department.
In conclusion, we would add, that we shall put forth our
beat efforts to merit in a still more eminent degree, the liot
u-riug reception with which our enterprise H?h m?:t, and ir?
pledge onrselre* iu impart 'a more thorough, practical
course of Mercantile I n*trtirt ton thai i can be/ormed at any
ot/ier ttirni.'ar Mercantile College.
Among the many reccommvudations, v:c give the follow
ing:?
"We, the undersigned, take pleasure In testifying that we
arc personally acquainted with Mr. Granger's ability as an
Accountant, and Teacher of Jtook Keeping, which is of the
highest order. He has had great experience as an Ac
countant, in heavy Commercial and Banking IIou&cs, which
.rives him superior facilities in imparting a Practical
Knowledge oj Book Keeping, and a thorough Commercial
Education.
1. J. ALLEN, LL. D.,
President of Farmers'College.
L01UN ANDREWS,
President of Kenyon College.
**??>?* + ***
To young men who wish to acquire a "Buxinee* Educa
tion," we think it affords facilities very seldom equaled.?
Mr. Granger lias the rare qualifications of theoretical knowl
edge and aptness in teaching, added to practical Counting
Room experience, and we feel confident that graduates from
iiiff College will be fully competent to keep the most comjdi
rated *et qf ftiokx.
A. P. STONE, Wholesale and Retail Merchant.
.1. J. JANNEY, Sec'y Board of Control, State Bank of O.
J. F. PA KM, Hook Keeper at D. T. Woodbury's.
I). OVERDI Ell, Book Ke\|?er at Clinton Bank.
II. Z. MILLS, Sec'y Columbus Gas and Coke Co.
C. B. MASON, Book Keeper at J. H. Riley St Co.'a.
gWFor full particulars, wend for circular.
GRANGER tt .4 It MS Til OXO,
fr4--i?' Prourlctors.
Baltimore
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
DCMOVED to the spacious N'e- HALL, No 101 Baltl
order'for ,1"rCt;1' *J"ch "rranged.Srtntted up .,;
StatftiSf accommodation and convenient of
g " l'0P"Iar"-V ?>? "n'y similar
Bouk-Keeplnp, In all its numerous form*- PonmnnnTiln of
various Mercantile escalations' In afl S" Bus?
suM l^ l?ru:, fonin"frcinl La**? wPnn numerous important
wanner^ '"""rated In the must scientific and praeuSu
It is generally conceded that the facilities here offer, d f..r
jhe^nulaWon or a finished bwlueu education Jreunw"
Four Practical Accountants are rcitularlv emnlocd ?. i..
?"?r? In the liirrerent UeparlmenlST ! lQ"'d a? ln"
t^^For particular* write and receive a clrrular by mall
,n!,, K. CHAMDEItLIN,
President
LOOMIS & CAMPBELL,
23 MAIV STREET,
Ovtxvt.vN \ i a, uiifn
FFER to the cltir.ens of Wl.qellu,; and the tnrroundlnc
P?r.SS?"Vw^^
? ',?? bco T-?"/"'1' ?r aubJ,:ct l" be returned at our ex"
(Kiif?* bctlj naj,., in case or any dissatisfaction.
ISM, Dry Winca T.C. ..\V1*5**1 s5 ?i m,
1!$; gg pcr.rK
^"iS. ?dT:Ib?lS"$;"i'ii: 11 l'J!o. cai'e 2
? . . Bran.lica Ac. '
t'Sre oid ;;;;;;;;; j$$J S^kJ100' 10,00 pcrc?e
vinrGVoierV:.:::'.;:;.:;;.-*K 1,cr.?alio"- ?.<>? ??
. Pale ?,.VJ, 4,IK), 3.IKI ? jf'JS
Bourbon \\ l.lsky. .boc, tl,?, I,50,i,?i, 8,00 per gal
!iyfl Wi'r"^' I''5' *?'*'? S&'ISaS "
ilSSKifc **-*? *&?-.?'? m ??
SSr. $g :: ?&? ::
Pine Old Sherry .".""."s'm .. jJ'00
I Port Wine o 2n u yVX ..
Madeira Wine 0.15 ,1 I7J? ..
Old White I'ort IVine J'Jo ? i{'^2
Madeira Wine .. }'? ?
| Old Port Wine s'oo ?? JJ'S .
"""taSKSE "ir '1 'UI*? *??*>. A*>,two
, ESSE* Br?"dy i? "
'caT- : =y='SS :
n 11 . . ^nnwpngiifi.
GcUlerc 4 Co., Anchor * ?u #15 Pn per ,,M
Piper Iieidaick 1.1;;;; l;;;;;;;;;; j;|; J5;? ;;
c. neid?ick ana VieidiiVk i uo? i|? iof.5 "
I01"?." " "
? M"; wiitcrw. "U "'25 "
Stou^hton'n 4.
East India P*r8*1
Hoker's j
Miiis,* ;;;;;;; per do*.
Scotch Ale A,e ?Ud
London Por'ter!!I;!"i per ca.k, pu. per dor ?2,M
, ? _ IL'iarcl. 1 '
St. Jullen Claret, per hor
Chateau Mar?-aux Claret, per l>.x s'Si
" teovnie ?? ? ;;;
? toidlnl.. Jfi
Ablynthe 1!!.' 1! |.' ptr doi $11,00
" lu.OO
. , _ kegnrs.
m^ ia gC k ?f A4iSO, lc,i Brands always cn hand.
JOBS ! CiREAT JOBSTbT>NNETS1
,TH?T,.?J!ENEI!r_<! c""'? ?r Bonnet# of the foil owing klndu:
Uie f?t ?? .fT' r"' Tuscan, Brilliant and Braid, ol
fl?,.! ii ' V. !r'a'e by the doien or retail, at a lower
a ? o^ ^.'iVer ,,cfore seen in Wheeling.
ALSO?Neapolitan IJonnet?;
40 boxes Ruches?latest styles;
o ps. Straw Skirting;
S [is. Neapolitan do;
Whisku Blonde, 4c. 4c.
At wholesale and retail by
rav2 8TONK k THOMAS.
>%( ) POUNDS Mercurial Ointment;
Xs. ! Precipitate;
Corrosive Sublimate?at
LAUUilMNS k UC8IIFIELD'S.
?TTD ? HY EXPRESS:
>>' MantnCf." I,1"d"-V,0B1>: ??* ?"d very pretty atjle. of
83F"CaIl and examine.
^*1 HEISKELl.* SWEARINOES.
White BeaverUats.
\\ "iri7^lc'l?f",a*/" very llshl and
S. D. HARPER * SON.
A.ND CHILD REM'H PANCV HATS.
C flnc alltlic qualities now to uve, cxtrainper
?P_!? N.. 146 1^ Main ?>?
hops;
A
FEW bale* New Hopa, In store and for tale be
i!1,1!? M. REILLT
, JUST RECEIVED.
I 300 ^'aas. Mucker el N 0,8, medium;
SO ? White Fish;
5,1 ^ ..
24 " Khad;
And for sale low by
I _myl? - TALLANT k DELAPLAIN.
LYE, In tin boxes?the best artlcle^In
Vy (Ue for making your own Soap, for sale by .
mv8(l T. H. LOGAN 4 Co.
SUliAK. ?
60 0rl"M' 'xM nd
TRANSPORTATION.
GREAT NATIONAL BOOT
to Tire south and west;
Time, Money, nvtl Distance Saved!
^CENTRAL
OHIO RAIL-RO^B!;
NEW ARKANftEMENT.
Two Through Tialus, Bach Way Daily!
SUNT)A r.V EXCEPTED,
Conncctfng on tlic East with the Baltimore ^?d-Ohio Eall
; Road and the Ohio Ri?er at Wheeling, and on the TPtit with
Railroous at ZanesvUe, Newark, Monrocvtlie and Columbu*
for all parts of the South West. .
f^T" Through Tickets to all purls vf, Wat ond
SoutA can be obtained at Pie office inWheeling, ,
and Information as to every Hue and connection west or the
OUo Hirer. ? ? ~ >
PASSENGERS BOUND SVT2ST
can, by takiug this route, save time, mcney aud distance.
TRAINS LEAVE
FOR TlUi WEST AS FOLLOWS:
1st. Throupb Mall Train at 4.50 a. u.
'JJ. Express Train " 11.45 *. u.
Making Direct and sure connections for
Cincinnati,
Vineenves,
Si. Louit,
loica City,
Dubuque,
Dunlielh,
Jfiltcaukee,
Chicago,
Indianapolis,
Hock Island,
Alton,
Galena,
La Salle,
St Paula, Min
Terre Haute,
Lexington, Ky.
Louiacille.
Peoria,
Springfield, III.
Darlington,
Council lilttjjh.
AND ALL PARTS OF THIS WEST.
Two Daily Trains From the West
Connect at Wheeling with the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road
for till parts or the East and Seaboard.
fcs&Tlie Omnibus calls for PaMseugcra at all the Hotels;
and, by leaving directions at this Office. will call at any putt
of the city. Through passengers and baggage free.
GENERAL TICKET OFFICE,
Ono lioor South of thu SprifiqHouse,, Wheeling.
THATCHER PERKINS, Sap't.
W. D. TtvKHV,
General Passenger A^cnt, Wheeling.
J. W. BROWN, General Ticket Agent, Columbus.
_May J?
Virginia Central Railroad.
ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA
RAILROAD.
Great Northern and.Southoru Mail Route.
FOR NORTHERN, .SOUTHERN AND' WESTERN
TRAVELERS.
X)iiLT, (Slinday night excepted,) between Rich
J. moud aud Washington City via Gordonsville and Alex
andra.
Hours of departure at Rich
mond R:45 A. M. and 7-S0 I\ M.
Returning leave Washington... 0 A. M. and 4 P. M.
and
Arrive at Richmond 1:30 P. M. anJ 4 A. M.
Unjijr.ige chccks and tickets, given through between Rich
mond and Washington.
THESE TWO RAILROAD.? HAVING NO STRAP RAIL,
and beinain cxcclient order, and CARRV1NU THE GREAT
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN MAIL, give the best guar
antee of always securiuj? connectiona, as ia shown by arri
vals daily at Richmond and Washington city in advance of
the Steamboat line.
Pake betwekn Richmond akd Wisoihgtok $3,So
An Omnibus will be found always ready to take through
passengers and their baggage of wearing apparel, between
the two Depots, free of chargt*, with umple time for them to
take their meals, whether going North or South.
Through Tickets can he obtained between Danville and
Washington at tlie Terminus of the Road, now nearly com
pleted to Danville. An Agent of the Company will receive
the Checks of passengers from the Danville Road, aud at
tend to their baggage all the Way to Washington or^the Bal
timore Depot.
The fare the same by the mail line as by the old steamboat
route.
There is no changg of cars cn the night line, between Rich
mond and Alexandria. fel
Sandusky, Mansfield &. Newark
JLi-A-I-LiriO AD
o
Cbacge of Time.
N and after Tuesday, Aug. 7, 1855, until further notice,
Trains will be run an follow*. (Saturday* executed:)
GOING SOUTH.
mail rxp. express.
Leave Saniluaky, S*lo A. M. K*2u 1'. M.
Huron June 8*15 u 8*85 41
Monrocville, t>*4u 11 8*55 "
Centrcville, 9*20 44 4*82 4*
Plymouth 9*40 '' 4*f>0 44
Shelby June l0*(:& 44 0*21 44
Mansfield June 10*85 44 5*51 44
Frederick, 12*18 P.M. T1S 44
Mt. Vernon, 12*82 44 7*88 44
Utioa, 1'4 44 8*20 44
Reach Newark l*8u 44 8*60 41
GOING NORTH.
MAIL EXP. EXPRESS.
l,ej?ve Newark, 9*26 A. M. 2*10 P. M.
Utica, 9*54 44 2*45 44
Mt. Vernon lu*24 44 3*ID 44
Frederick, 10*13 44 8 82 44
Mansfield June 11*55 44 4*58 41
Shelby June 1215 1\ M. 5*21 44
Plymouth 12*52 44 5 41 44
Centrcville, 1 * 12 44 G-im? 44
Monroevllle, 2*1-5 44 6*85 44
Huron June 2*20 44 7*00 44
ReachSandusky 2*85 44 7*15 41
GOING SOUTH?The 8.10 a. *. Train will connect at San
dusky with Morning Train from Toledo; at Monroevllle with
Chicago Express on the Southern Division of C. L T. Road-, at
Shelby Junction with Cincinnati Express from C|eve*aud; at
Mansfield Junction with Day Express from Pittsburgh, and at
Newark with the East and West Trains on the Central Ohio
Railroad.
} The 8*20 P. M. Train will conncctat Sandusky with steam
i er Bay City from Detroit: at Monroevllle with western Train
C. k T. R. R.: at 8ht'lhy Junction at 5*21 P. 51. witli the Mail
Tram on C. C. C. R. C. for Cuiuinbus & Cincinnati; at Mans
field Junction at 5*55 P. M. with Fast train on O. & P. R. R.
for Pittsburgh, an?! at Newark with East and West Night
I Trains on Central Ohio R. R.
GOING NORTH.?The 9*20 a M Train will make close con
nection at Newark with Mail Train from Bellalr on C. O. R.
R.; at Mansfield Junction with Exqress for Pittsburgh; at
Shelby Junction at 12*15 p m with Cincinnati Express for
Cleveland, Bulfaio and New York, and at Monroevllle with
! Mail Train on C. &. T. road to Toledo, Chicago, ic.
i 2* 10 P M Train will connect at Newark with Express from
i the East on Cetit-ial Ohio Road; at Mansfield Junction with
! Fast Train for Pittsburgh; at Shelby Junction at 5*21 p u
with Cincinnati Mail for Cleveland; at Monrocville with Night
Express for Toledo and Chicago, and at 8andusky with the
steamer Bay City for Detroit and Chicago.
: J. R. R0BIN80N, Sup't.
Sandusky, Aug. 4,1S55. sep!5?tf
igocF.
AMERICAN AND WESTERN
i ^TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES' LINE OF nOATS.
Leave i'lcrelnitil t'aliy for
I CHICAGO, MILWAUKKE & SHEBOYGAN!
Touching at intermediate Port*.
BOTOIVIAC,
Capt. Smith.
BUFFALO,
Cjyjt. Cohkey.
CHICAGO,
Capt. Hathwat.
NEW HAVEN,
Capt. Napier.
NILE,
Capt. Fausrcrt.
MAY FLOWER,
?? Cspt. Noah.
MILWAUKEE,
Capt. Hodstok,
TOLEDO,
Capt. Demxuam.
IOWA,
Capt. AlexaxI'KB,
MOHAWK,
Capt. PlIEATT.
ORIENTAL,
Capt. Steele.
PILGRIM,
Cant. Palucr.
NEBRASKA,
Capt. Napier.
BUN,
Capt. Co lues.
PLYMOUTH,
Capt. Grow?*.
TON.A_W^^iSrD_A.,
Capt. Brardaly.
DAKOTA,
Capt. Bo*x>.
KANSAS,
Capt. Rack.
The above named Steamers are all of the largeslct \i ?
with ample accommodations for Freight or Passengers,beln :
fitted up expressly for the upper lake trade. People movin t
to the WESTERN STATES, will find this the most desirable
route. The accommodations for families with, wagons,
horses, and furniture, in particular, are such a a cannot fail
to givo satisfaction, being no transhipment till they reach the
port of destination.
For Freight or Passage, apply or consign to
T. N. BOND, Agent,
apl7-6ra Cleveland, O.
PA 1'JiU HANumdS.
JOHN II. THOMPSON, 117 Main street, is now recti ring
portion of his Spring stock of Wall Papers, for Parlors,
Halls, Ac. Ac. Prices moderate. - mhflq
Show "Window.
4 HANDSOME Show Window, with Glass or larjp si?,
A and Shutters to suit, nearly as good as new?for sale
JfJOOli * BSO.
CITY BUSINESS.
ENCOURAGE AMERICAN MANU?ACTUBKSl
UOOK KKEFKN*
Writing Fluid.
SINCE this superior Fluid Ink has been before the pdhllc,
now nearly two year*, it has been constantly gaining in
faror, and is now preferred by many to the far-famed Ar- ,
nold Fluid. : :
During the past year twenty thousand quart and plpt bot
ties, t^cthor with amaller sires lnnunrrab!c,|havc been -Sola- -
to banker* and merchants in Cincinnati, Louisville XSita* <* rtr.
_ . - Detroit, Terre Haott, LahyHtlr, " *?
borjjh, Buffalo, Cleveland,
Ylncennes,Indianapolis, Evun^riHe, Frankfprt^^adnljtoti. --.;,i ; ?
Nashville. Memphis, St. Louis, Ylckaburg, Jnckaon, Natche*
and New Orleans. It has also been adopted !a;th*BtaOe-lW*:;: rr?
uartmcjits of Kentucky, Tenne^ee and MlsjiwJppi. Wto? .? ,
ta^cn tbree first class DlplomaV^tlbe Mechanic* ln*tltule?cf^ - ? >'-*
01 .cinuatl and Louisville, and four DIplomaaandPrUe lie*'? . .^r .
d.dn at State Fairs held last Fall In New York, Ohio, Ifldisiin''' " ' *
and Illinois. ? ? ,
The following merchants, bankers, Ac., In Whotiing. Zwre* j ?
tofore using Arnold** English Ink, have porduurtd Bat*fVSfth
ler's Book-Keeper's^Vrltimt Fluid; - Vw-.^. >\r .
Northwestern Kink of Virginia; Merchants' A Mechanic**
Bank of Wheeling; Bank of Wheeling; Creaeent Manute
ring Company; County Clerk of Ohio County; National 1
graph Office;Baltimore and .Ohio Railroad OfRfjlWWlfr? 3/yifJ
Honse: Kelly, Holloway k Co.; Russell k r"
Matthews A Co,; T. 8* cent y A.S6n; Doane Jt Corgll .
Boyd; Boyd k Oti; Oliver Pry or;. Jas, II. Stout kC?4l
din. O'.lberscn k Co.; Press.
For *il< at manufacturers price* by
ocltO LAMBDIN. GILBRRSON t CO.
FRESHAKRIVA L.
X*jr A. EDWARDS a UllO. have just received, at their
\i m Grocery, cornorof Market and Qulncy streets, aa
follows:
Rio Coffee, Sardines,
Rone ted Coffee, Corn Starch,
Ground 44 Vanilla Chocolate,
Extract 44 Cocoa,
Java 44 Bromn,
Imperial Tea, Farina,
Young Hyson Tea, Vermlcella,
O Powder 44 Prunes,
Oolong 44 Fresh Tomatoes,
Breakfast 44 Fresh Strawberries,
Rife, Fresh Peaches,
English Split Peas, Preserved Ginger,
Rico Flour, Lemon Syrup,
No. i Mackerel, bbis k kits, Strawberry Syrup,
Irish Salmon, Raspberry 44
Potomac liei ring, . A general assortm't of aploce(
Scotch 44 essences aud oils.
Cucumber Pickles, Filberts and Citrons,
Mixed 44 Falkirk A Harvey's Bcotefc
"Walnut Catsup, Ale,
Tomato *4 Fine Cigars,
Worcestershire Sauce, Johnson's fine Lump Chewing
American Mustard, Tobacco.
French 44 Maccorotii.
^ j2f/~The above stock has been carefully selected la th?
Ea?tern markets,and ne invite our friends and the public
to call and examine, as we arc prepared to sell at the lowest
market prices.
my9 W. A. EDWARDS k BRO.
C fl I'CK Kit IN O' S PIANO FORTES
OPENED THIS DAY, and now ready for
isale, a fresh supply of dickering A Sons cel
ebrated Piano Fortes, of beautiful Black Wal
nut and Rosewood iluish, and for brilliancy of
tone and li(.'htne?* of touch cannot be surpassed either in thia
country or Europe, and are oHi red at the lowest manufactu
rers prices, including carriage.
Aiso, Prince A Co.'a Melodeons, new style, with fall and
half awell, of fine Rosewood finish, and at the lowest Buffalo
prices; with a general stock of Mnrtin's celebrated Guitars,
Italian, French and German Violins, Viollncellos, Flute*,
Fifes, Banjos, Tainborines, Tuning Forks, the beat Italian
Strings, with all other article-* in the music Hue, and a gent
ral aesertment of Variety Goods.
Wholesale and retail at tlic old Music and Variety Store,
No. 26 Union street.
m%2 J AS. MELLOR.
LADIES & l? ENTLKM hiN? i'AK K NUTiUE!
FINE PERFUMERIES.
\\7E have just received a large assortment of choict
T r Pcrfumerle-s and Toilet Articles, comprising:
Pomatums; French and American llalr Oils;
Lubln's Extracts for the Handkerchief;
Basin's 4* 20 varieties;
Oriental Drops;
"OdeureP?? new and rich styles;
Stick Pomatums;
Cosmetic Creates and Powders;
Tooth Paste*;
Toilet Waters;
Imported CoI?pne3;
Aromatic Vinegar;
Attar of Rosea?rich atylee;
Milk of Noses;
Toilet Soaus?a great varletv.
For sale by * T. II. LOGAN k Oo.
m>14 Bridge Corner Druggists.
DHUGS AND* MEDICINES.
FUNDENlililtG & ROBERTS,
NO. 1, WASHINGTON HALL,
Wheeling, Va.
Y\T0ULD respectfully inform tne public that they are now
? ? replenishing their itock with a complete assortment of
Drugs aud Medlciues, and will always have ou hand a supe
rior article of all kind*?xcarrdnitu /??<. The followinguro
some of the articlc& in htore.;
Congress Water.
Ferrated Tinct. Bark,Sims' manufacture.
Cod Liver Oil, Baker's manufacture.
Chloroform, Sulphuric Ether.
Collodeou?a very superior article.
Arsenlte of Quinine: Brucia.
Fine Extracts for Flavoring purposes.
Dandeliou Coffee, WiUon's.
Winea and BrandUa for medical use.
Ac., Ac., Ac., myl4
IKnir, Tuoib mid Anil Bruahfs~
rpiIE richest assortment in Wheeling?
X. "What-Not" Dusters;
Mosquito Fau^;
Fancy Pungents and Match Safea;
Porte Monnale-s;
Combs?ull varieties;
India Rubber Good*;
With a complete assortment of Druggists FAncr Article*.
For sale by T. 11. LOGAN A CO.,
I t Bridge Cor. Druggist*.
WINDSOR CIIAIR MANUFAC
T1IE subscriber continue* to manufacture Chalrn, Settee*
Sociable Arm Kockers, Children's Chairs, 4c., of the
most modern style* and improved patterns, ail of which he
will warrant to ^Ive satisfaction.
$5y"0ld Chairs received, repaired and rc-palnted.
W. KIUKLDAFFER,
_?p" No. 127 Main street.
OUlt stock is now lull, ?mi it U our intention to kctp itve
ry complete, by constant additions, throughout the
whole season.
_ui.>^7 IIKISKKLL & SWEARING EN.
J. ?. MARXil. U. T. WiTMAJf.
Co-Partnershlp.
JB. M A!U*H haii tliis day associated with him M. T. Way*
? man, for the purpose of transacting the wholesale and
retail Boot and Shoe business at the old stand of J. U. Marsh ,
No. 85, Monroe street, next door to Greer, Ott k Co., under
the firm of ' MAKSll k WAYMAK.
July 1st, 1S55. Ju 80
BALED IIAY, MIU Peed, Oats and Corn, constantly 00
hand and for sale by
"? ?> I. N. KELLER. Qttlncv ?t.
\.\;
t > oats.
WHEAT,
RYK,
BARKEY,
TIMOTHY BES3.
For which the hlgheet market price will b? paid.
ap7 GILL k C#.
M~ ACAULAV8 HISTORY OF ENGLAND, Volume* threa
and Four.
ALSO?Complete acta of the Work, for sale by
JOHN If. THOMPSON,
janGfi No. 117 Main strset
.flavoring Biitiacte
I^OR Jellies, Pastries, Creams, Pudding*, etc. etc.,
? For sale by T. H. LOGAN k CO.
j?iI5 Bridge Corner Drugjrlsts,
SADDLE BLANKETS..
I IIAYE a lot of first rate Buckeye Saddle Blankets, for sale
chcap at the old stand, 1W, Main street.
nv?4 JOHN KNOTS.
I (.DISSOLUTION.
'TMIE law partueaslup existing between the undersigned la
X this day dissolved by mutual consent. Each will prao
tlce law as heretofore.
Z. JACOB,
dc27 J. H. PENDLETOIf.
FLO UK, GRAIN, SEEDS, BUTTER, Ac.
WANTED.?The subscribers will purchue or moke liberal
advances ou consignment to Baltimore, Philadelphia
or New Yew York, of flour, weeat, rye, oats, corn, barley,
clover and timothy seeds. Also on butler (solid pickled) a&A
eggs. GILL k CO.
ag9 Water street.
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS FLOUR,
JUST received and for sale by
dc22 DOANE k CO WO ILL.
BAKDOTTE'S WORM SUGAR DROPS,
A pleasant and tllicaclou* remedy for Worms in children.
A Put up in the form of fine candy, avoiding the disagree*
able taste of Vermifuge generally. Price 25 eta per box.
Sold by T, H. LOGAN ? CO.,
dcc21. Bridge Corner.
FOUNDRY PIG IROM.
XA TONS Lonaconing Foundry Iron, for sale by
O'/ au*9 GILL A CO- Wat*r.st?
A. ueucrai Atbuiiiutui
OF Drags, Medlclncs, Paints, Oils, Varnlkhea, DycstaSk,
Brushes, Notions, etc., etc., always on band at th*
juii iJRii/OK Cox*aa Daon Btokx.
LEMON SYRUP.
SUPERIO Le&ou S3 rup, by the gallon or bottle, for aate
by J NO. B. VOWELL.
Sign of the Red Mortar,
Je4 88 Monroe street.
I I OLLOWAY'S Ointment and Pills, for sale by
IX J. B. VOWELL, 88 Monroe et.
j- 4 _ Sign of Red Mortar.
"11 ,* OOD'S Hair Reetoratlvc, Jusi ree'd by
V> J. B. VOWELL, Sign of Red Mortar
jv I .88 Monroe st.
Vf EEN TUX and Lily White, of all kinds, for sale at
i>JL V ^WELL'S Dreg Store,
j?.4 88 Monroe st.
MtflUUJC p'
-I* -OJUOIV gg TIXUOA -a T --
isnf jfpldna qswj y
?Ji?I? lo uou*A y
?j ?> u.f pint hv*oj?) JQl ^nuadmp jo up p^rmpl^ 3Qjyy
A/.i.Va Unuii't. lAtiacu lor Uus^lftuUscichici?IOC
?ale at \ O WELL'S, 88 Mourue St.
jc4 Sign'of Red Mortar. -
HANDY?A very superior article, Ju*t received andfoc
sals by . ^
FUNDENBERG A ROBERTS,
je4 WashlbgtonHall Drag 8<or?._
' .. ? . .... Jbpiplre flats
JUST received a let of Empire Hats of varicms ooloW .

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