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VOLUME 4.
WHEELING \rA. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1856.
NUMBER *276
l\he lUljccling jTntcUigenccr,
I? PUB LISTED
dailt TRI-WFEKLY and weekly, by
& E A T T Y & C O .
OFFICE Corner of Main and Quincy streets
. Entrance from Qttincy ct
i TEKMS.
SSS-'t- ? ?'.<*>
HATES OF ADVEIiTISINCJ.
1xoM-ABKIU OK LBS, CONSTITITINO
TO A SKCAKE.
for cm MP"'' iMtruoo $ JB
^ ? 3 ? '
? .. 1 week 2,i *i |
* .. f - :.!*?
a 1 Biulltll 5,?H#
it j " 6.75
.? :j ?* S,UO
'* - 6 " i*,?o
( M ji a 15j00
....i^rtHtamKolcrctU' length, and leU titan X of a
for a longer time than two months, n Ui?- !
Tl'i tn. iki ??? " ll" ,bor" bc majc I"rc*"1' I
".'". f r todr.t three ,
H^rehrUK pfufCT..??al Ca,j,, s or j
I _? rtf &uuutn # ? ? ? ????-??? w VfOQ I
wStSSlKa ? Jrefcul, tiat Oardfcone ?iu?rc,per
? M.OO I
1 1 cltuor.(OMiTfcU)ouejear
: ? " ?? " ?to.'oi)
tlh'cat on the abort for Of Inside.
JjTi'crioaiil CaiiouiiiCAilouJ charged at $1,00 per thoa
"rvr-"Iith! Notice* ehjrfid HO p. r. sqnjrt, per annum,
bmiL'cU'l the <?"! rule of .IL.cc.uiit thereon for it
murMuberof xjuarMM undirthe (ciierul liead.anil lu
c?(.tsa line tor tftiple InttStUm;
(Bitot* AdrtrtUcnnuti, ?lib monthly cbanp:, "nc
?^tjjTr 1 year
|?k ??*!!? ?ceUy change .80, uo
JtotlM ot twrttvd irrattntottilj, but t attend
Notice charged
Uir;Ia;t Noti?-c chsrgcd ? ? ? ? 'J ou
KwainllMU, eliarpc l for each candidate for a eei
.rate Iiurtrd for one mouth or lca?, In ad- ^ ^
IVi oj? nutlets Ipscrti'd for ljal'f |.rice.
IWSIMMS CAM}s.
lawyers
KUSSELT. A FITZHUGH,
j|ilaritr)? tiutl ? ouu-rlloi* nt l.inTi
OFFICE
So. ?*, MostoB sTurr.T,
Wheeling, Va.
J. H. PENDLETON,
A TTdli N K V A T LAW,
II ttl-.r.tJXti. , A.
[Tr>rr;'-VI>.- tliC CJurU of Ohio, Marshall, Itruoke and
J.: r.-ck c*our.ti<?.
ylKICK??? Quirer ?!r??JiJ5t above Jfr?!n. f>-7
cTtmi*, l, J r. ?. Ti r.riER,
j*cL?ooC.I?.. Vs.? I Parteraburg, Va. 1
Tflaw A Turner,
attohneys at law.
^bllXatkiKi siricll.1 toali I'iis.neM viiuu<ib-il to thc:n
t?*. rcunties t.f Wood, Wirt, Jaci^ou, tiihucr and i
r
Firt'icalaraUcnUon pircn t.v collections.
-hefei: j o?
fgUDEf.PIl I A.?ll'ii. <i- orjrt SIj,trf??vood ; Hon. Jo.?l
Joinh, Hun. Oias. Gilpin, Mcun. Lec & I
Walker.
IlITIMORE?M'v-*!-#. Xmlc L LitcLett, Blcusra. Perm A
31 Vhtll.
nettWC?M. ?sr?. Z.S. & J. J. Yarnall, Tlionsie Jolm
?>ton, Jr. ot '2o:l v
mYSXCIANS.
Al.KltKD IH'OHKS, M. D.
tioiiiCDopathic Piiysiciau,
Sl; ffcioriJ I. i cfUt-.r nurt rrj-Mence^ ami pt-rrnnnentlv
Ku.il lu:u*-.ll at the corner of Fourth nnd Quluccy atrceta,
S*? Uj? First Prtjli.\ t? rian Church
urnct Hocw:?Mornlup, from 7 to 9
Noon, '? 1 ?? x
L'vrnSnpy, 14 7 44 9
HILL of PRICr--.?For a .?lnKle vlaJt, 75cents; medicine,
*>?;.W. >'or t-? or :;.?>re rl^'ts ? d*y, fiw c. nt,; mt^licWle. I
Ativkt I'toCr .-, ami medicine, from 26 to Jm? ct9,
Uu upwardx, a* the cj-i" may he.
0t.ii?tnr cafcAfrmti *.r? t?? <10.
V.?it?tottK ft ii.ir;?, .vv.ir iia,: to distance.
Ti*. above "lull n'. I'r'cci" i? giveu Wcause It U aald mr
are rauch higLtr. mytf-Jyd *
J W. V; HEAT,
o m i: <> J> ATI u a t .
I y "t*-?alr^smViitv cu Muntt street, oj.pc.s.te tliePost
JVXedioal.
i!t. I>. C. CCACIIA1T ttMii-rs his profcFslonal ftrriee^
. to th?; cititctisoi b'uuth Wiiei hug and viciuitv.
? FtK E directs ?rr?to.' Kenett's llotel. * inrC:Sm
D'
E. VARNEY,
MA X Vt .? i rUllKR OF,
fOPI'EH. I ??> A ptllKKI'IIWK WAKE.
5 J/uin ?/., ?'<"? ' rtrtJIrMff,
\\ Ufc-t-LlNU, VA.
Lambdin, Bonliam &. Co.
IlkblAM 11 III hl l'lC.* fllffidlS
l'APKR.M II.LS.
?V IU.Ki.lNu, \A.
Itei'&ct&r.-Printing cud Wraj^iug Paper, Candle Paper,
I'vttcii Vdrn Paper, cuam Uoat Paper,
bonnet Uourus, Full era"
Hoards. Ac.
W. D. MOTTE &. bro.,
DEALERS
li all kia?!? of I oiri^n nnd Voncntic
JJliY GOODS.
SO. 1 ? U. JiA J A a I HEKTy
WHEELING, VA. _
M. ItEILLY.
Wholesale dealer in Groceries,
i. titjH and Dot,tf lie Winn and J.iyuort,
Sll. 1-1 WMT SIDE S?CA?K,
WHtVUNG, VA.
IrtUUCC. p. K "if. ALL**, JR. C. D.KXOX
M-CI.ALI.ENS ?* KNOX,
Hb.lr.alt- Jk linall itmltr. 1m *11 kiliJi.f
Boots, Shoes, Leather, etc.
So. 19$, Jfain "Street,
WHEELING, VA^
WM. M. BERRY HILL,
Cheap Furnishing Wareiooms,
l.M Main "Irrft,
WHEELING, VA. _
1 '.I kind* of foridtare, including CIIAIR3, SOFAS,
A CLOCK*, LouKlNt*. OLASSKS, *c., Ac., of the latest
?.-? aud u?t qualities, kept co;i?tai.i)y on hanp at reduced
Km. dly
1 ^ SEXTO* L. SEAL ... .A. vax 9WEAMNGEN
kLXlON, >LAI. A sU ? AltlNt<il?.N',
PANCi DKY GOODS.
WHOLESALE.
!*?. IJ h.utk i'oarth at.
I'll! LA UE1.PITIA.
W. P. Peterson.
FIltE, MAIiINK LIFK INSUIfCE
AMI lasi> agKat.
No- 31 MoSBOE SIBtKT, WHIVXI.NO, Yi.
ISLAND TANNERY.
13 li n G E R & HOFFMAN,
*ASC?icrtRKif* <? r
Every description of Leather,
?AND?
in llul a a.I HMm.
to. ,\u. iru, cor*,.- Jtarkti >:Utg uml Jfjln llrrtt,
WIIIXLINU, VA.
?x^anoe F.noin^s of ail kinds on hand, and sold at Terv
tact rate urm?.
J. turton,
V' ? "runmrmnl Painter,
l-'Uiti, BCT?t>.s Mi?ki<I! IXII Uiuien.
_ WBKtJXO, VA.
p*' Pinner* at..; 1'u^., tran, ]<arent, Plain find fan
lib S ",lJ1 "t*lnuw .li-'pilch. Graining, Ac.
"'dbind. ?f
Tobacco, hnutf and Cigars,
? . Wholesale and Retail
ttJfuin rtrttt, *.i*t nUle, 2 door9 btloic Market alley,
. Wheeling, va. tr
s AVERY,
holnnlc nnd Ketnll
?at and Cap Manufacturer.
NO. 1? mainstreet,
r#__ Wheeling, Va.
?,^"M on hand the largest and best assortment of Hat*
?*u qualities and sizes. jnll
It. CRANGLE & CO..
_ VllOLOiAl.K GROCERS,
* orwarding and Commission
me* chants.
? www <*i> mtirr mum,
WI1EELIS0, VA.
' w?.T. Mm
IvOlilX SON & 333RO..
H DEALERS IN
Vrrfodicala, NolUna,
M,Vlc Nfws^pew, *.,
o. 4t Washington HnlJ, Monroe Street:
nrrrr?M . WHEELING, VA.
KYCr?thlnir new In onr lice alwa> s on band.
I. N. KELLER*
n . DKAEEK IN
broetrttj, Prndurr, Feed and Grain
Qcnicir STaaKT, ntrrwKrK maix ssn marbrt,
WHEI,LINO, VA.
Jm ti .V Jm! I r,r Corn, Oats, Mill F?ed, Flaxi^l
- '
f,T?? KAKMKltS, Ac.
' ? CE?t\T, calcined Pinter, and Oroono
"**n. Orte? sg^) tq.
V OO.Wtumrac
BUSINESS CARDS.
DRUGGISTS.
? RUGS, M1-D1CINES,
CHEMICALS, PJSBFUMERY, &C.
Jit. 4 KL'.UK.tt Hi.ki wouiu announce to hit*
? friends ai.d the public generally, that having purcha
sed the interest of the feenlor paitner In the b?iainesa lately
conducted under the ftrin of J. Crnnibacker Sl Son, he trill
continue thv sutiie at the old viand, Xo. 175 Mala kt.. and
would respectfully solicit, and trust* to uierit a continuance
of the patronage so liberally bestowed ou the old firm.
He ha* just returned from the Kr.?tern eitk*. audi* now
opening an extensive and well delected flock oJ Dru^n and
Chemical*, Perfumery, Fancy articles, ?c., all of which were
purchased after strict personal inspection and with scrupu
lous regard to the purity of quality, and arc now offered to
the public on the most reasonable terwa. lyr
!> A._ Q. GOOD A 00?
[?irccESseis to jamcs jiakek.]
Wholesale nnd Retail Ditiggista,
Corner of J/oin and Jlottro* Street*,
WHEELING, VL.
AC. GOOD k CO., Lave bought the entire stock of Ja?.
? Baker, end will continue the btuinuK at the old stcud.
l>r. iJakcr having gone iuto one of the largest houses in
Philadelphia, has kinJlr agreed to make purchased for his
successors hi Wheeling. The arrangement will insure their
keeping on hnnd, (and offering an the best term*) a full as*
sortuient of the very best articles in their line of bus:mss.
A. C. UOOZ> Jt CO.
Wheeling, Dec. 20,1 AM. dc21
J. B. VOWELL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
LlKALCIt IN
?RrQ3, PAIKTS.OILS, t>TK8, PATEXT ued:ciye3
ASn PKKKPMKHY.
No. 33 onr?' M-? U'hreliug.
enuiorturer of Superior Lemon Syrup.
mvS8.
O. W. IISITKKLt. E.B. &WKAR1SGUI.
HtlSKELL & CO.,
Urnlers in nil kind* of
Fancy and staple l>ry Goods.
Corner of Market nnd Union streets,three doors from Geo.
E. Wickham'a Auction Room s,
ang21 WHEELING, VA.
W. & J STEWART,
MAXCFACtritKRS OF ALL KINDS Of
8TOVVH. (atATIM, PIUK II IKOXS,
iiinliuus for 'I hv??biui{ iTlnc'laauea,
At. Ac.
WORTH FAST COR. M ? KKKT HQtTARK, (BRIDGE CORKER.)
\YUEKMX(i% VA.
STEIVAliT A CA LD WELI,
MASLr.M tOV
COPPER, TIN", AND SHEET IRON WARE,
cpfl-b ehd or market s.t >:;r.
WHEELING, VA.
Wholesale Paper Warahoue
J/.l /.V ST., NEAR QflXeTST.
LAMBDJN, GILBEKSON & CO..
(*FCCP.S?<)Rj TO A. 0. ltOUISs4?N & CO., ANIi r.ASf-KTT & CO.)
MANUFACTURE ?nd keep constantly on hand the follow
ing Paper*,
8TRAW wrappjso,
KL'O WRAPPINO,
MAMLDA, TEA AXO
CAXDLB PAPER.
DarCOTSTR, COTTOV PACTORT ASX> BARDWARB PAPER.
l?>nmt, binders' and Fullers' Uoar?2*,
To which they invite the attention of purchasers. *cpl4
C. P. BROWN,
DEALER IN' CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWEL
RY ANI) I ANCV GOODS,
138. Hornbrooks Building,
1*1 iiin *t , VI bcrliiiK
CLOCK'S arte' WATC/IES carcf*U>j repaired.
. GEOriGB B. WICKHAM,
AUCTIONEER
COMMIScION MPF CHANT,
No. 180 Maikf-t Bqnave,
j?5-iiy WHEELING, VA.
V. TALL INr. *? TALLAKT.
I.. 8. PLATA*.
TALL ANT & DHL A PLAIN,
FOKU A IClfrIKO
? A5P?
Commission Merchants,
Xo. 29Muia Street, ami 2fo. lii ?
DvS JlIlLKLlAG, I A.
T'ORMST RO NG,
AGENT i\Nt? IHJ1LEK I!V
iEEAL ESTATE,
Oflscc corner of Main and Union street-*,
aug27-iyti yilEELlXG, VA.
S. D. HARPER & SON,5
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HATS CAPS, STRAW OOOJDS,
MUFFS, F'UkS, AND CAKPKT
No. lit9 Jlaiu st. cornei ot Unlr-n,
Wiieeliso, Va.
T. -WEENEV fc SO
(??CCCKSSOHS TO SWECtfBfg k BkI.L)
MASV F A<*T CttERS Or
FLINT GLASSWARE,
Chinn, ^mnmunir. ft nm|iN, ((Iruudolfa.
j 'lubU'. l utlrry. Ac.
No 65, MAIN STREET,
I WUKFLISG, VA.
JOHN H THOMPSON,
DEALER IX
Books, StationerWall Paper,
V AI ilETYGOODS.
*p!> i\o 11? Itlitlu Street.
W.HE BU.lv NT
HOUSE FmtNISUJNG AND HOUSE
KEEPING GOODS.
NO. SO MONROE STREET,
nnl ? WIIKKUXt;. VA.
jonii x\. itotsiuid.
GROOERY it PROVISION STORE
WATER ST., No. HI.
Wheeling, Va.
[it ST. CLAIR HOTEL,
tFOKXCRLT KXCTIAXfiE UOTKL.]
' I'cun nud m, flair oirertM,
jPi/fsburg/iy Pa.
W. C. CONNELLY1, Proprietor.
maris
I JOHN" HOWELL,7~
DEALKK IK
BOOTS, SHOES, <f-c.y
" %> l7i.i!lwll!Ct.
Mi. W MTtrftiM.
PORTRAIT PAINTER,
Rorms,
HORNBROOK'3 NEW BUILDINGS,
nr!6?tf MAIS STREET.
WAKTRD
CLOVER PEED.
TIMOTHY SEED,
ULTTER
EGO?, 1c.
By COLLINS k IIAI.L,
?p20 Xo. Wj Market Square.
S. ITBLOCH,
Importer and Dealer
Xn Brandies Wines. Gin, &c.
WHOLESALE * RETAIL.,
No. 0, IllouiocM.
aj?18 6m Wukembq. Va.
JEIiY DOKSEY cV; CO.,
GENEHAL
FORWARDING AGENTS,
NO. 4.1 MAI*: 'STRKET,
V/hpelir.s, Va.
TTAVING REMOVED to the above stand, we will be picas
IX ?d to see our friend? and correspondent*. .
All favors Intrusted to our carc will (as heret</Tore) have
irompt nll'-ntion.
April, 1S36. apl
MATHEW IVicNABB,
DRAI.KH IN
GROCERIES, FLOUR, MILL
Feed. Corn. Oats and baled hay.
^rrORTTB the 2i? paF.8nTTrRi.?* curacn, wnusTtn stbeet,
<'rutri! W heeling
fW^Thc highest price paid iu Cash for Country Produce.
jnlet
Hallowell & Wiley,
M. 'n:l Nnin m.
WHEELINO.VA. .
Manvfaciurem oj aery l)c*cripUon of
furniture.
TTfE do a general furnishing business and keep on hand
W every variety of Chairs, Bcadsttads, Gliisse*, Mattra*
? sand l*out>ges. We arc also prepared to t!o all klmls or
rood turninp, and furnish Bedsteads to Cabinet Slake rn in
the white, ready ironed. Newels and Builasters furnished
n or'?r. npl8
'iHES^iWKOF
HAS been removed from Centre Wheeling to the wc?t*ide
of Main atreet, three door# north of Mouroe street?be
ne on the corner of Sprigy alley.
GEO. 8. THOMPSON,
Feb. 14 Treasurer.
1LVRK riUNCK FOR BARGAINS!! !
SAVINGS BANK STOKE
FOR HA IK.
rHE proprietor of the Savin?* Dank Store, corner of Mar
ket and Monroe sts., Wheeling, Va., wishing to change j
.is occupation, and it being necessary to close his buslneM I
the present year, offers his entire stock of Hoots,
?l-.ntu. Hats, Caps, 4c. at wholesale, on favorable term a, and ;
1 ill continue to sell at retail (if not otherwise disposed of)
lie befet bargains in the city.
I have Ju>t received a fine assortment of Snmmer n?ts,. |
idles ami geliti Shots and Gniters, and would respectfully 1
a v to all those disponed to patronise me, my Goods most be
nil, aad will be sold regardless of profit.
Come one and all?von shall have vatae for your money.
I havJmasjy Goods?I will sell at ooat.
nt)W B. XT. WATSON.
BUSINESS CAKDS.
ARTIFICIAL T'EKTH.
DR. S. P. HIJLIjIHEN
OFFICE, No. lvl. Fourth m.-x-cI, near the,
Prohj'tcrlan Church.
Manufactures TEETH expressly for each par
_ tlcular case. Full sets of Teeth, or any parts
of *et?, inade with Artificial Gums. The Gum is made hi one
cmitinuou" or solid x??cce?the cost U the same for Teeth with
or without GUIII?.
Full sets of Teeth made from ?73 to $150 a Bet; smalls sets
from to $5 (?er tooth. . febl:lvd
(Toppkh, fiw~& "ioIFkti bojTwa be
Manufactory.
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon him, the subscriber would respect
fully inform bis friends, and the public generally,
? that he continues to manufacture the abave nauud
articles in all their Variety, all of which he has al
ways on hnntJ. a good assortment for wholesale and retail at
very low price!*.
He nlso kee ps on hand Cooking Stoves of the most approv
ed patterns, for coal and wood.
fSfJob Work will continue to receive his particular at
tention, an?l be executed with promptness and In a style that
will please the moat fastidious.
E. VARNEY,
a?24 No. 8, Main street.
WILLIAM HARE,
- Plummej ?_.nd Gas JEittfir, ?
[ofpos jte m* forth-welters d.?.vk.J
[ftntu nt.,
"W heeling, V a .
jyif O US ES fitted, np wltli Water and Gns. Orders
from thecouutry for Pipes and Purnpe attended to at short
notice. nv2:tf
Eanle Forge, Wire and Iron Works,
J3. C. DEWEY, Proprietor,
WAREHOUSE, SO 60 MAIJf STKEET,
Wheeling Vn.,
MANUFACTURER of all sizes Bar and Fancy Iron, Hall
Koad Axles; heavy and light Forging*, Boiler Uivets,
Wire, Ac.
gS^BJurpad and Suspension Bridge Iron work made to
order. ocll
Wheeling Savings Institution,
OFFIC'K. ID'i MAn Pi*r.
f\FFICE open from 9 o'cIj>ck, a. m., until 8 p. m. Discount
L/ dav?Thursday, lt> o'clock", a. m.
^"Money received on transient deposit?. Interest paid
on special deposit**.
J. CnuaiBACKKB, Am. Rooers. At-RX. Paxtok. A. N. Jons
suts, Daniel Stkkshou, Ja6. B. MaroU, Aim* Vitcuskh axd IJ.
K* List?DifiECTons.
M. NELSON, President.
WM. McCOY, Treasurer. aug21
J C. COLIiiN^,
Grnceri/, Feed and Produce Store,
No. ISO .llarket *qunrc. U'cmI (tide
WHEELING, VA.
KEEP constantly on UhtK* all ?iuus of Fred, such as Oats,
Corn, Br Hi!, Shorts, Ship Stutts, etc., Flour, Corn Meal,
Batter, Eftps. Poultry, Provisions, and Dried Fruit of all
kinds, together with a complete assortment of Family Gro
ceries.
^TCwh paid for corn, eats. Flaxseed, Dried Fruits,
sni pSuins,hides, butter, eg^s and poultry. &pl2
GEOTTM ANDERSON>
FOKWAKDING AND
Commission Merchant.
KO.r48, MtnrstitsRr,
XV II K K I. I S ii , V A,
2j&r~Strict attention paid to the aal~and purchase of West
ern and Southern Produce, and the shipment.of all kindsot
produce and merchandise. nv8
JOHNFISH3R,
TTITO I. ESA I. K A .V D K K T A II.
BOOKS ELL "JS R ,
Stationer, Wall Paper Mci chant,
ASH' DEil KK IS
v i ie 11-: i vu
NO. ll? MAIN fTKKt.T, WHIRLING, VA.
ysy French Uoods, Poi te-uionixuies. It. i.cules, Buttons,
Brushes, -Fan*, Spectacles, Ea^l.sh and German
l'?oodH, Ac.
Goo Js Imported to order. The highest trada price for
if -ten. ltlh'Jtf
J. M. M'FADIN A CO.,
[LATE TKII'LETTS, BlcFADJN i UU.J
COMMISSIUN M&KOii ANTS.
SO SB UTBC, ft M CoMMERC! it STREETt
M li' III", Uti?.%
ORDERS for Lead, H>j!np, Provisions, Hour, Grain, &e.,
solicited and promptlv executed.
?-K F.FKIl TO?
J. J. Anoebson i* Co., Bunkers, St. Louis, Mo.
L. A. Bssout & Co., " 44 4
feb!4?ly j 1_ .
'VBN1TIAN B it I N PS
George Roberts/
?io t distil! ft.
CONTINUES to manufacture to order (wholesale and re
tail) a beautiful variety of
VENITIAN WINDOW BUNDS
of every color and slse, and at (Astern prices.
Th:'se Blinds are superior to every other kind of Window
Oihi'.s in use.
?2P"*Call and examine specimens.
K. If.?Old Blinds repainted, and trimmed equal
ti'iv. htI-I
I. M PUiViPKliJ Y.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
no. 75 usis SKi.'ETT, opposite list * nu^rell's,
WUeeling, Va,
ISKPJBIi TO?
List .t Howell, Wheeling, Va,
C. &. B. Davenport, Barnesrllle, 0.
Burt,S!iafer&S:n!th, Cambildge,0. ~
1). Applct-'ate, S^tnesvtlle, O.
Price A Sou, SaiitUlield, O.
O. A. Zany, Biltiniore. ft-S7
K. JUKOAN. J:iO. f. iilLLlUH*!.
G R. IORDAN & CO.
PAPEU MANUFACTURERS.
OFFICE AND WAUEilOUSE,
i\o. 7 it .'Iain ml
apll WHEELING. VA.
lteriiuval.
ON Tuesday, April 1, C. P. BROWN, having removed
from Washington Ilall, wi 1 op^n Mt
,\o. I 18, .tiain mfrc.es,
In Hornbrook's Building, one door above Messrs. Marsh L
Taylor's, a beauti&d assortment of Watches, Jewelry and
Fancy Articles, recently selected by himself in the Eastern
cities.
A call and examination of his .?tock by his former patron?
uud t'ue public generally Is respectfully invited.
Wheeling, March ^9. 185B.
Sundries.
OOA LRS. pure Grsund Pepper;
mOV ?> > * A'.spici;
5>J 4 pure ground cinnamon;
25 * do cloves;
5n 4 do ginger;
lo 4 do inacc;
JfO doz. pure pulverized mustard;
Just fresh ground and for sale br
ALEX. TURNER.
dc30 M-Jctd-.on builuing, Main st.
WILDE & BROTlIEll
BOOKSELLEliS & STATIONE11S;
\TTIIOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers In Miscellaneous,
?* Medical, Theological aud School Hooks, Stationery,
Wall Paper and Window Winds.'
Wholesale Dealers, School Committees, Teachers, and oth
ers supplied at the lowest rates at the Dookstore, corner oi
Main aud (Juion streets,
ap3 Wuntxiyo, Va.
Sundries. .
1 1 n RACKS of R!o Coffee:
1 Aw 2 tierces Rice;
6 bids. Pulverized Sugar;
6 " Crushed *
8 44 Soft Crushed Sugar;
8 hbds. N. 0. Sugar;
10 boxes Chocolute;
4?'?? lbs. Race Ginger;
Hi boxes White Pipes;
So bl?ls. No. 8 medium Mackerel;
2<> X bbls. 4 -4
25 boxes No. 1 n??rrlng;
l?i bids. Prime Eastern llerrlng;
Ju?t received aud for sale bv
ALEX. TURNER,
f :r> ; Mtlodtm It iHdlrr?.Maln st.
b it mi Nin ii- u Kieck.
Watch.es, Jewelly, Silverware,
&c. &LO.
.300
J. T. SCOTT'S
v hn ana splendid stock?far exceeding in beauty, ex
i.\ cellence, variety and cheapness, any he haa heretofore
ottered his natrons?rvill be opened on
MONDAY MORNING, 2ITII INST.,
Tn which he respectfully invites the attention of the pith
lie. ml?22
SILVERED GLASS CL'K'lAIXl'INiS.
A NEW and beantifnl article. Also?tin Invoice of Silver
/V Plated Forkt and Spoons, and Ivor.v Handled Knives
Table and Desert, in Sets ar.d by thr dn'z?-n.
Just opened by J. K. DUNHAM A CO.
No. 2S Monroe street,
aj.25 Wheeling, Va.
sKJSjj : -
I OX Bushels Clover-Seed ar.d 75 do TSmothy-Seed just
I v?) received and for Fair by
?rrl-tf GEO. K. McMEClIEN.
Llti*. Chroiue Grt eu. priuie quui.tv.ju.-t received by
njAl LAU011LI.VS V LGSHFIELD.
KID GLOVE*.
[HAVE just received the largest lot of Cents Kid Gloves
ever offered in this market, and of the very best makes,
livery pair warranted to give entire satisfaction or no sale? i
it No. 2 Washington Hall.
ap2 J II. STALLMAN.
FREKCU CORSEtk
VFULL assortment of French Corsets, In all sizes, just j
received I
By F<xpre??, at I
ap30 HEIfiKELL A SWEARING EN'S.
' ? - RIBBONS.
FT1 LEG ANT Ribbons, Frcnch Flowers, Rouche>, Straw
tl4 Hn.ids, Ac. received at
W. D. MOTTE k BRO'S.
?. hl?*h tliev wHl sell fft very low nr're*. Sp9
AN OJ a bit GOOD CHANCE.
T.AROKlot of Summer Mantles, just received *t W. D.
ri. MOTTE A DUO'S., which they wUl sell at less than the
sual prices. m.vS
for saTrbr* -?*????
J. 1L MATTHEWS k CO.
TRANSPORTA TfON.
Cincinnati, Wilmington and
Zanesville
RAILROAD.
o p >; x t it r o a a
DIRECT ROUTE TO CINCINNATI AND T11J& WEST !
Two Pnimenjscr Train* l?nily ench"wnj#
ON and after Monday, May 26th, trains wiU run as follows
(Sundays excep ted): ^ ^ ^
Leavo Express. Accommodation
Zanesville 8:10 A. M. 3:0y p. M
New Lexington 9:25 " "
Lanca*ttr .". IfcSO " 44
Circlevillc 11:4H P. M. G:*a "
Washington. 1:'5 ** 7.&Q ? 14
r.:I? ?? & ?
Lovelnnd i:;
Arrive Ciucinuatl ; 5:04 44 1:86 A.M.
EASTWARD.
Leave Express. Accommodation
Cincinnati ?:(*? A. M. 000M.
^Wilmington 6:4 " fi.JW "
Washington 8:44 44 7:tf0 44
CirclcvlUe 9:40 ?? fc:40 u
Lancaster .'... .iQiHi) 44 9:40 44
New Lexington 11:25 41 10:50 4*
Arrive Zanesville 12:80 P. M. J2:<>0 "
The 4:15 a. m. Train leaves Zanesville on the arrival of the
4:50 Traiu on C. O. R. It. from Wheeling, and arrives in Cin
cinnati at 5:04 p. M.
The p. m. Train leaves Zanesville on the arrival of the
11:45 x. m. Train on C. O. R. R. from Wheeling.
This Road is located throueh the most beautiful part of
Ol.Io, passing through Now Lexington, Lancaster, Circle
vllle, Washlnjrton. Wilmington, Ac. all fine flourishing towns,
and ft lias a beautiful line. There is a large portion of the
road that is air-hue, making it a desirable route.
Nj attention will be spared on the part of the officers of
the Koad to make tlds a pleasant route for the traveling
public to^mtroni&e.
Trains will stop at all Intermediate stations, and conncct
at Morrow with trains for Dayton, Xenia, Springfield, Ac.,
and nt Loveland with trains for Hillsborough and Chilli
cothe.
Lines of Stages and Packets make connections for all im- ~
portant points in Southern Ohio.
O. W. HARRIS, Snp't.
jy The Omnibus Line calls nt all the Hotels, and upon
notice left with H. Ormlorff, two doors east of the Stacey
House, will call for passengers In any part of the city.
intSf?utf
FREIGHT UKPAI1TMENT.
Cincinnati, Wilmington & Zanes
ville Railroad.
MERCHANTS, manufacturer*, and the public generally,
are hereby respectfully informed that the C. \V. A U.
R. Company is now prepared to receive and forward freight
(from the temporary Station In Zauesville. on Second street
north of Main,) to Cincinnati, Morrow, Wilmington, Wash
ington, Circleviile, Lancaster, New Lexington and Interme
diate Stations. Particular attention will also be given tuthe
forwarding of Freight destined for the West in accordance
with the wishes of consignors, whether by Railroad or-the
River from Cincinnati.
Freight will be received and delivered during the winter
months from 7 A. M. to 4 P. M.; during the hummer mrnihs
from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M., and shippers favoring the Company
with their patronage, may rely upon the Company's Agents
?giving every attention necessary to Insure the utmost
-promptitude and safety in the forwarding of property en
trusted to their care.
For further information sec the Freight Tariff published by
the Compa uy, or apply to
II. K. SMITH,
General Freight Agent,
my80dawtf Zanesville, Ohio.
Change of Schedule.
Transportation Omen B. A O. R. It. I
W/.ctliin/ Station, Fib. 9th, 1S56. f
ON and after Monday the luth inst., the Passenger Trains
(express and accommodation) will leave this statiou dally at
4^.iP. M. and 7:15 A. M.
Tin- Express Train leaves at 4:20 P. M.and will only stop at
the following stations* Kenwood, Motttidsville, Cameron,
Fairmont, Fetterman,Newburg,Rorcleijburg, Piedmont,Cum
berland. Sir John's Run, Martlnsburg, Harper's Ferry, Mon
ocacy, Svkesvilleand Washington Junction.
The Wheeling and Cumberland Accommodation Train will
leave daily (except Sundays) nt 7:15, A. M., and arrives at
Cumberland at <1:40 P. SI. Leaves Cumberland at 5:15 A. M.
and arrives at Wheeling at 4:0<', P. M.
yv/-The Mail Train will be discontinued until farther no
tice.
By ord?.T of
W. S. W00DSIDE, Superintendent.
fel4 J^B. FORD, Agent.
The Adams Express Company.
OFFICE H'LVHE Hnt'St, W1JF.F.LING, Va.
DEDUCTION OF RATES TO AND FROM
New V'ork, ('tiHailelphia ik Builiiaorc.
r|MIE Adams Express Company, for the sare and speedy
X conveyance uf
ilOXl:T, VALTTARLE rACKAOKS*, ASH TOKIOnT OF AU, K1SD9.
!n chargc of our own special messengers, is the only reliable
line to and from Wheeling (by Railroad direct,) to New York,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Wa?hlngtou City.
Al?SO?ri'i Central Ohio Railroad to Zanesville, Columbus,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago and St. Louis.
Expresses leave via Halt. A Ohio Railroad at X)4 o'clk, P.
51., Central Oh'o Railroad at ft o'clock, P. M.
For Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Toledo, and Northern Ohio at 7
o'clock, A. M.
yyilutter, Poultry, Produce of all kinds, delivered in six-'
teen hours to Baltimore. . N. PIGMAN, Agent,
ug25 Adams Express Co.
Citnucc of Time!
CLEVELAND ASH 1'llTxBURGH RAILROAD.
U. S. DAILY LINE
BBTVEDI
Wheeling and Pittsburgh.
THE tine aide wheel pas
senger steamer FOREST CI
TY, Capt. (leo.D. Moore,and
DIURNL.Capt. Asa Shepherd 3
will ruiiuady between Winding and Pittsburgh?the Forest
City leaving Wheeling every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day; nml th?- Diurnal ever.v Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 A. M., arriving at Wellsville in time to connect with the
Cleveland cars, and at Pittsburgh hi time for the morning
line Bnst. Returning?the Forest City lerve# Pittsburgh ev
ery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and the Diurnal every
Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday at It) A. M.; arriving at
Wheeling In time for the mall Hues for Ohio.
For freight or passage apply on hoard or to
S. C. BAKER J6 CO. Agents.
t^7~ThroughTickets for Cleveland, Toledo. Monroe, De
troit; Milnaukee, Chicago, Buffalo and Dunkirk, sold at the
office of S. C. Baker A Co fb5
samvxl LAUcnux. al??andes LACGnu*.
S. a. BCSAFIELD.
Laughlins <u. Bushfield,
[SUCCESSORS TO UTBI!FIELD* BOBI.NSON.l
%RULESALJ-: DRUGGISTS,
AXD DEALERS IN
Oils, Paints and Dye Stuffs.
HAVING purchased the siock of Bushlleld k Robinson,
we have ^ud will always keep on hand a complete sup
ply of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Paint*, Oil?, Dye Slujfit, 1'atentMedicines, I'amisTiet,
Brushes J'erjuiuery, (JUih* and Gltteticare,
and Varieties usually kept by - wholesale Druggists, which we
will sell to Dealers, consumers and country merchants (l* low
:?nd **n asjtirorabMt&mitns they can purchuseand bring
them from the eastern cities. ' arfl
JOHN S. SIMMER. ROBERT T8BOT8OK.
Z1MMER <f? IBBOTSON,
TTTOTLD rcspectfullv Inform their friends, and the public
?f generally, that they have opened a Grocery Store at
the corner of Market and Union street*, in the room rectntl}
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
kit rates;
gy*Thcy will still carry on their ST RAM BAKERY, and
are ready to fdl the orders of all their old friends, us well
as new ones, for all the different kinds of Crackers and
Breads. eplO
Splendid Wall Papers, &e.
\\T E now offer to the public a complete assortment of Wall
? Y Papers, Ac. oooiprlslng more new and fashionable
stairs, and fewer old ones than any other stock In the city.
Purchasing entirely for cash, we feel confident that our
priccs for Papers, this season, will^ow. It to be to the ad
vantage or customers to give us ? call. We have a very hea
vy stuck, and will sell at very lowjfffiiret. '
apl J WILDE k BROTHER.
Times copy.
Melodeons.
OPENED THIS MORNING, a fresh supply of Prince k
Co.'* Melodeons of 4 and 3 octaves, plain and piano
style, of fine rosewood finish, with mouldings.
These Instruments need no recommendation of curs, as
their durability and 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 harc theiu In u*?*.
With a fine stock of Chlekerlng's Piano Fortes, 6 and
C?4* octaves, to which wc cull the alteutlon of the musical
norld.
Stop and look In at 2G Union street.
j.U J A 9. MELLOR.
iiV KXPliiisis
THIS DAY.
IpIG'D Swiss Muslins, for Dresses and Basques, In new de
signs.
Plain Swiss Muslin?real India muslins?Nainsook, Jaco
net an-l Cambric muslins.
mytff HK1SKELL k SWEARING EN.
PXTKA FAMILY FLOUK
1 J A superior article for famRy nse.
drc22 GILL * CO.
THEREAL OIL-5 bbls. for sale by
pit ??- A>- O.-GOOD k CO.
RUSHES?Wall, Paint, Varnish, Ac. for saleby
apl I A. O&Rfrro * CO.
E^|
B
J liftE L, AD?ISO kegs Cincinnati, pure, for sale bv
' apll A.'C. GOOD If CO.
W
Of 11 1I \ BUSII. of Shorts in store and for sale by
ZV* ?U - " MATHEW McNABB.
ap21 W ebater St. Wheeling.
?L AA LBS. Chrome Yellow, just received by
01/U ? UJA LAOGHLLNS k BU8HFISVD.
MISCELLANEOUS.
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
COLUMBUS. O.,
TIte motl .'A'ltorou&h uud f'rnciical luaii
uou iu tbr (Vent.
TERMS:
For Full Course, including all Department* of Book
keeping, Lecture* and I'enmunthip, invariably in
mica nee $40
For FuU Course in Ladien Department iu
THE PROPRIETORS take great pleasure In expressing
their thanks for the gratifying and unprecedented suc
t cess which have marked the career of their Institution since
its establishment at the Capital, and stimulates theui to re
newed exertions to meet, in the most efficient manner, the
rapidly Increasing demand for a practical and cvmprehen
sile course of mercantile training. The greut practical
experience of the Principal, iu heavy Ranking and Coonner
clal Houses, assisted by educated and accomplished gentle
men hnjr enabled him to bring to a degree of perfection a
"SyStcm ~o! COUSl'lNO HOOM Instruction, Uy oral exerclscs,
NOT ATTAINED BY ANY OTHER INSTITUTION. Each
student, by this new process, is drilled at the DESK. indicid
uaUyx step by step, until be has mastered the whole routine
ot ut Xceuuutaut's duties us thoroughly us though he had
screed an apprenticeship in some large Commercial
House; and thus all awkwardness; faltering, and egregious
blunders are, In a great measure, dissipated.
lti addition to our engagement of accomplished Assist
anu, we have also Secured the services of some of the
moat eminent Lecturers in Ohio, to lecture ou commercial
topics.
Our course of Instruction is too extended to particularize
here, but it embraces every thing connected with DOUBLE
ENTRY ROOK KEEPING, with free and full discussion of
iU Scientific Principles?Lectures upon Commercial History,
and History of Eminent Coinmerciul Men, Commercial Ge
ography, Commercial* Products, Commercial Calculations,
Political Economy, Mercantile Law, Ethics of Trade, Part
nership, &e.
THE LA DIE$rj)i:PA It TM1CNT
Is now opened for the reception of Ladles. No Institution In
tiie Union impart* a more thorough or Interesting course In
this Department.
In concluslou, we would add, that we shall put forth our
best eiTorts to merit in a still more eminent degree, the flat
tering reception with which our enterprise has nut, and wr
pledge ourselves to .impart a more thorough, practical
K-ournt of Mercantile Instruction Hutu can Lejurnnd at any
other similar Mercantile College.
Among the many recommendations, we give the follow
ing:?
"We, the undersigned, take pleasure In testifying that we
are personally acquainted with Mr. Granger's ability as au
Accountant, and Teacher of Rook Keeping, which Is of the
iilghest order, lie has had great experience as au Ac
countant, in heavy Commercial and Bunking Houses, which
.rives him superior facilities in Imparting a Practical
Knowledge vj Book Keeping, and a ttorough Commercial
Education.
I. J. ALLEN*. LL. D.,
President of Farmers* College.
LOlUN ANDREWS,
President of Kenyon College.
***#*#*? #*
To young men who wish to acquire a "Business Jiduca
fion," we think. It affords facilities very seldom equaled.?
Mr. Graxceb has *.he rare qualifications of theoretical knowl
edge and aptness In teaching, added to practical Counting
Room experience, and we feel contident that graduates from
-'tis College will be fully competent to keep the most compli
cated set of Book*.
A. P. STONE, Wholesale and Retail Merchant.
J. J. J ANNEY, Sec'y Board of Control, State Bank of 0.
J. F. PA KM, Book Keeper ol D. T. Woodbury's.
D. OVEKDIKR, Book Keeper at-Clinton Bank.
II. Z. MILLS, Sec'y Columbus Gas and Coke Co.
C. B. MASON, Book Keeper at J. II. Riley & Co.'s.
teff-For full particulars, Mend f??r circular.
granger & Armstrong,
fc4-l ?? Proprietors.
Baltimore
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
Removed to the >pacti>iu xct iiall, no. lor u?in
more street, which has been arranged and fitted up to
order.for the further accommodation and convenience of
Students.
During the past year, upwards of Four Hundred Pupil.',
have been In attendance, representing nearly every State in
the Union, showing a popularity unsurpassed by any similar
establishment.
Book-Keeping, In-nil Its numerous forms; Penmanship, of
various style*; Mercantile Calculations, in all their Busi
ness Relations; Commercial Law, upon numerous important
subjects, are Illustrated In the moil scientific and practical
manner.
It Is generally conceded that the facilities here offered for !
the acquisition of a fiuished busiuess education are unsur
passed.
Four Practical Accountants are regularly employed as In
structors In the different Departments.
??r*For porticulars write and receive a circular by mall.
O. K. OHAMBERUN,
sp*2l President. I
LOOMIS 8l CAMPBELL,
23 MAIN' STREET.
CliVVXNrtA'l 1, OHIO,
OFFER to the citiscn3 of Wheeling and the surroandln? I
towns, a selection of choice old Imported Liquors and
pure Native Wine?, Ptill and sparkling1. A11 articles from
this House guaranteed, subject to be returned at our ex
pense butli ways, in case of any dissatisfaction.
Native U'iuet.
1853, Dry Wines *1,25, $1,85, *1,50 per ail.
l$54, 44 *l,5o, $1,7.*), >2,(K) 44
4 " *6,50, *7,5y, %8,o0 44
Spark*g Catawba andlsa'lft, 1 doz. qts *11,oO, 12,00, case 2
doz. each 1 doz *7,00.
Ladle*' Wine per gal * 1,75, or * 6.00 per dor
Schuuian's Victoria, pure juice of the grape,. .*11,00 "
liraliriica, Ac,
Catawba Brandy *J?,50 per gallon, 10,00 per case
Pure Old Peadh *2,5o to 8,00
drape *6,50 per gallon, 15,00 "
Vine Growers, i 7,50 44 lt',o0 44
Pale *;.>,5U, 4,011, 5,00 44 11.00 " 14
Bourbon Whisky. .Soc, *1,25, 1,50,2,00, 8,00 per gal
44 6,50, b,0U
Rye .Whisky 1,25, l,5u^2.00,2,50,3,00 . 41
-HollandGin.$2,W, 2,50 per-gal. 8,00 "
Jamaica Hunt 3,25 44 0,00 44
Scotch Whisky 3.50 44 9,<K) 44
Pale Sherry 3,00 44 8,00 44
Fine Old Sherry 5,0il 44 1 4,00 44
Fort Wine 2,25 44 7,50 !4
Madeira Wine 2,25 44 7,50 44
Old White Fort .Wine 4,00 44 11,00 . 44
Madeira Wine 5,50 44 15,0Q 44
Old Port Wine 5,u0 44 1-1,?*) 44 .
Scheidain Schnapps per case, 1 dz qts *7,50, pts 8,50, two
dozen in case.
Fare, Sweet Malaga Wine *1,23, 1,50 per pal
Cherry Brandy ....2,25, 2.50 44
Blackberry Brandy 2,25, 2,50 44
l.arender ' 2,25, 2,50 44
French 4 from l,5o to 4,00 44
Domestic 4 . do tol.UO 41
fhumpajjum.
Gelslers k Co., Anchor qts *15,00 per doz.
" pts lfl,25 44
Piper Hcldslck ..qts 17,00 44
" / pts IS,25 44
C. Heidsickand Held sick A Co qts 10,00 44
44 . 44 4 pts 17,25 44
ClJquot qts 10,00 4*
44 pts 17,25 44
liiitrm.
Stpnghtou's *1,15 per gal.
Bust India 1,25 44
Hoker's 15,o0 per doz.
MilU' 12,CO 44
Ale aud Foricr.
Scotch Ale per rusk, pts. per doz *2,S5
London Porter . 44 44 doz 2,S5
1 laret.
?t. Jullen Claret, per box ; $1,50
Chateau Marge mux Claret, per box ~. 0,0t>
44 Lcovillo 44 44 7,50
Cordial*.
Curacoa . ...,i...pcr doz *11,00
Absynthe 44 l0,0i,
?* CtfU I M.
A large Stock of Assorted Brands always on hand.
my 12
JOBS"1G RE AT JOBS I BONNETS!
JUST OPENED?8 eases of Bonnets of the following kinds:
Split Straw, Swiss Straw, Tuscan, Brilliant and Braids of
the latest styles; for sale by the dozen or retail, at a lower
ilgure than ever before seen In Wheeling.
ALSO?Neapolitan Bonnets;
4o boxes Ruches*?latest styles;
8 pf. Straw Skirting;
2 ps. Neapolitan do;
Whisku Blonde, Ac. Ac.
At wholesale and retail by
my2 STONE k THOMAS.
ri'\ POUNDS.Mercurial Ointment; .
OU 25 4 Red Precipitate;
20 4 Corrosive Sublimate?at
Je4 I.AUG III.INS k BUSHWELD'S.
BY EXPKESS.
WE will open this day some new and very pretty styles of
Mantillas. . . (
g37~Call and examine.
iny26 HEISKELL k SWEARING EN.
White Beaver Hats.
I YT T^ILI.openin a few days the Paris style, a very light and
! V ? pretty article
ap21 8. B. HARPER k SON.
? - YOUTIKS AND CHILD RKM'S FANCY HATS.
CONSISTING of all the qualities now in use, extra super*
fine S. AVERY,
sp 10 Nas 144 and 14S Main **8
7" HOPS.
A FEW bales New Hops, in store and for sale by
A my 19 M. H E ILLY
just received:
300 Mass. Mackercl No.^3, medium;
*56 White Pish;
50 u *4 "
25 44 Shad;
And for sale low by
mylO _ TALLANT k' DELAPLAIN.
/SONOENTRATED LYE,In tln'hoxea? the best article In
A_/ use tor making your owu Soap; for sale by
mv20 T.JI. LOGAN k Co.
SUGAK.
60 ?rImc J!ew 0rl,anr &ut*r? received |wd
X toisvf* -C y i H. R*UvLY..
TRANSPORTATION.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUT
TO THE SVUTJI AXD WBSTI
Time, 3foney,jiuil M&ta'uce SavcJf
J CENTRAL.
OHIO RAIL-ROAD!
NEW ABRAXOEMENT.
Two Through Traiua, Each Way Daily 1
SUXDA VS EXCEPTED,
Connecting on the Bast with the Baltimore and Ohio Rail.
Road and the Ohio River at Wheeling, and ou the West villi
Railroads at Zanesvile, Newark, Mouroevlllc and Columbus
for all parts of the South West*
Through Tickets to all juirl* of West and
Smith can be obtained at the office in Wheeling,
and information as to every line and connection west of the
Ohio River.
PASSENGERS BOUND WEST
can, by taking thlrroute, save time, money anil'distance.
"trains -leave"
FOE THE WEST AS FOLLOWS:
lit. Through Mart Train ut 4.6*1 k. m.
2<1. Kxprtss Tralu 11 11 AS a.m.
?VaklnyWMrcct and Mire connection* for
Cincinnati,
Vincennej),
St. Louis,
lotra Cily,
Dubuque,
Dunlieth,
Milwaukee,
Ch iai'jo,
Imlianupolit,
Sock Island,
Alton,
O'aUntt,
La Salle,
Terre Jfaute,
Lexington, Ky.
Louisville.
I'eoria,
Spring/frlil, JJI.
Burlington,
St Paxils, Min | Council Bluffii.
AND ALL PARTS OF Tl-IE WEST.
Two Dally Trains From the West
Connect at Wheeling with the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road
lor nil part* of the Rast and Seaboard.
fcSF"The Omnibus calls for Passengers at all th? Hotels;
and, by having directions at this Office, will call at any part
of the city. Through passengers and baggage free.
GENERAL TICKET OFFICE,
One Door South of the Sprig#House, WhteLiny.
THATCHER PERKINS, Sap*t.
W. D. TERRY,
General Passenger Agent.Wheeling.
J. W. BROWN, Oeucral Ticket Agent, Columbus.
May 8 ? ? - ' . ? : ? : . . ?
Virginia Central Railroad.
ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA
RAILROAD.
Great NorLheru and.Southern Mail Route.
YOR SOUTHERN, SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
TRAVELERS.
Twice Daily, (Suuday night excepted,) between Rich
mond and Washington City via Gordonsville and Alex*
andiia.
Hours of departure at Rich*
inond 0:45 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Returning leave W ashlngton.. .6 A. M. and 4 P.M.
and
Arrive at Richmond 1:30 P. M. and 4 A. M.
Baggage checks and tickets, given through between Rich
mond and Washington.
THESE TWO RAILROADS HAVING NO STRAP RAIL,
and beinirIn excellent order,and CARRVINU TIIK GREAT
NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN MAIL, give the best guar
:iutee of always securing connections, as is shown by arri
vals daily at Richmond and Washington city In advance of
the Steamboat line.
Fare between Ricuuokd AKD Wa8MX0T0X $5,50
An Omnibus will be found always ready to take tJirotiffh
passengers and their baggage of wearing apparel, between
the two Depots, free of charge, with ample time for them to
take their meals, whether going North or South.
Through Tickets can be obtained between Danville and
Washington at the Terminus of the Road, now nearly com
pleted to Danville. An Agent of the Company will receivc
the Checks of passengers from the Danville Road, and at
tend to their baggage all the Way to Washington brittle Bal
timore Depot.
The fare the same by the mail line as by the old steamboat
route.
There is no change of cars en the night line, between Rich
mond and Alexandria. ftl
Sanduaky, Mansfield & Newark
Change of Time.
ON and after Tuesday, Aug. 7,1S55, until further notice,
Trains will be run as follows, (Saturdays excepted:)
GOING SOUTH.
MAIL KXP. EXPRESS.
Leave Sandusky, S*H> A. M. 8-20 P. M.
Huron June 8*15 " 8-85 u
Mbnroeville, r". 8*40 11 8*55 44
Centreville, ....9*20 " 4*82 "
Plymouth, 0*40 " 4*S5 44
Shelby June .-...10*05 " 5*21 "
Mansfield June lu*85 ,l 6*51 **
Frederick 12*12 P.M. 7*18 44
Ml. Vernon, 12 82 44 7 88 44
Utlca, 1*4 " 8*20 ??
Reach Newark 1*80 ?' 8'SO 11
GOING NORTH.
MA:t EXP. EXPRESS.
Leave Newark .9*20 A. M. 2*10 P. M.
Utfca, . P*54 44 2*45 41
Mt. Vernon :l?J*24 ? 8*15 "
Frederick, 10*42 *i 8 82 44
MansGeUl June 11*55 " 4'K1 "
Shelby June. ......%..12*15 P. M. 5*21 "
Plymouth, .A... 12*52 44 5*41 ."
Centreville,.; I.* 12*." 6*00 44
Monroeville, 2*05 14 6*85 1,4
Huron June 2*20 44 7*?>0 44
Reach Sandusky ..2*35 4 4 7*15 44
GOING SOUTn?The 8.10 a. m. Train will connect at San
dusky with Morning Train from Toledo; atMonroeviile with
Chicago Express on the Southern Division of C. & T. Road; at -
Shvlb.v Junction with Cincinnati Express from C|eve'ahd; at
MiirtsrteJd Junction with Pay- Express from Pittsburgh, and at
Newark with the East and West Trains on the CcntrtU Ohio
Un i I road.
The 8-20 P. M. Train will connect at Sandusky with steam
er Bay City from Detroit; at Monrocville with western Train
O. A T. R. R.; at Shelby Junction at 5 21 P. M. with the Mall
Train on C. C. C. R. C. for Columbus 4 Cincinnati; at Mans
field Junction at5*55 PjfcM. with Fast train on 0. & P. R. R.
for Pittsburgh, anil at Newark with East and West Night
Trains ou Central Ohio It. R.
GOING NORTH.?The 9"20 a x Train will maXe clove con
nection at Newark with Mail Train from Bellair on C. 0. R.
11.; at Mansfield Junction with Kxqrt ss for Pittsburgh; at
Shelby Junction at 12*15 p m with Cincinnati Expre** for
Cleveland, Buffalo and New Ycrk, and at Monroeville with
Mail Train ou C. Jc. T. road to Toledo, Chicago, 4c.
2*1(1 r m Train will connect at Newark with Express from
the East ou Central Ohio Road; at Mansfield Junction with
Fast Train for Pittsburgh; at Shelby Junction at 5**il r m
with Cincinnati Mail for Cleveland; atMonroeviile with Night
Express for Toledo and Chicago, and at Sauduaky with toe
steamer Bay City for Detroit and Chicago.
J. R. ROBINSON, Sup't.
Sandusky, Aug. 4,1S55. sepl5?tf
18.56- 183 G.
AMERICAN- AND WESTfcKN
^TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES* LINK OK R0AT8.
l.enve C'Icvc?? tttl i;nity for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & SlIEIiOYGAN!
Touching at intermediate Port*.
potomac,
Cant. Smith.
bieifalo,
Capt. Cos key.
era ic ago,
Capt. IIatiiwat. ?
NEW HAVEN,
Capt. N?heb.
1ST T L 15 ,
Capt. Salurcrt.
MAY flower,
Capt. Noah.
milwaukee,
Capt. Hocbto*,
TOLEDO,
Capt* Dexshax.
iowa,
Capt. At.KX AMUR,
MOHAWK,
Capt. Piibatt.
ORIENTAL,
Capt. Steele.
pilgrim,
Capt. Palmer.
nebraska,
Capt. Napier.
su 1ST.,
Capt. C0LLI38.
plymouth,
Capt. Gibsox.
tonawanda,
Capt. Ueakdsly.
DAKOTA,
Capt. Bosi?. -
KANSAS,
? Capt. Rack.
The above named Steamers are all of the largestel
with ample accommodationsfor Freight or Passengers,bell;
fitted up expressly for the upper lake trade: People moving
to the WESTERN STATES, fcill find this the moftdetiralJj
route. The accommodations for families, with wagons,
horses, and furniture, in particular, are such ..as cannot fail
to tri? satisfaction, being no transhipment till they reach the
port of destination.
For Freight or Passage, apply or consign to
T.N. BOND, Agent,
apl7-6m Cleveland, O."
l'Al'Jili JIAXUJNUS.
JOHN H. THOMPSON, 117 Main street, Is now receliftng
portion of his 8pring stock of. Wall Papers,ffpr Parlors,
Halls, Ac. Ac. PrlctSmoderate. . *nh2g.
: shwwindow.
A llXKDSbUE Show Window, with Qlau of luge lilt,.
* and Shutter, to .alt, nearly as good a* new? for lole
:r.bj
CITY BUSINESS.
KNCor It AO EAM E RIC A N 1! ASU PAOTUasil
Ul'll.HHS UUIIK KKEFfiB'lt
w Writing Fluid.
SINCE this superior Fluhl Ink has been before the public.
now nearly two yearn. It has been constantly gaining in
I now Prcftrr<^ kv many to the far.fatncd Ar?
I noia rluti].
Durhi* the past year treaty thousand quart an t ntat boU
!!f?* fc 1 ?m?H? 'te> Innucicrablc.lhave focn ?oM
jobaiikersand merchants In Cincinnati, L.*AuvUle, Pitts.
??nm. Terns Jliwte, Lafayette
IMaklatt. Leatneton!
NasluHle, Memphis, SI. Eoub, Vlcksburc, Jackson. Nattfcei
and New Orleans. It lias also been adopted In thebtale De*
ESS*?? ?l K.e,,.luck,v' Tclia^^ and Mississippi. It has
55 J tbr.c,c A?t class Diplomas at the Mechanics Institutes of
01 icinnati and Lou!stI!Ic, and four Dljdomao and Prin? Me
aud Illinois? * ^ PaU 1x1 Ncw *?ricjQhlcy Indiana
The following merchant*, banker#, Ac., in Wheel ins. here
tofore u*lng Aruold*s Kn glis]i Ink, have purchased J. J. Bug
ler's Dook-Kee(>er's Writing Fluid: a. am
R nWMn1'!! Ban? ?r Virginia; Merchant*!* Mechanics*
8HBanJj,of Wheeling Crescent Maaufactn
I rinr : County Clerk of Ohio Countv; National Tele
graph Offlce; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Office; McLuro
MliuhAr^A Pn .0^^^' A C?i;0RuUri1-4 McAfce; Gordon,
I ? i 9?a; ?' Sweeney ft Bon; Doane ? Cow'gtU; Ott A
!
I For sale at manufacturers prices bv -f"
r 0080 - LAMBDIN. QILBERBON ACQ.
I \y a. ED^ills^linoMiS JuYt^Srrt. at their
l*\\v**- ?CCry' corncr ?r Mark** and Qulacj streets, <|
Rio Coffee, Sardines,
Roa-ftcd Co/Tee, Com Starch,
Ground " Vanilla Chocolate,
hxtract " Cocoa,
Ti<Va , , ' Broma,
Imperial Tea, Farina,
\lounglijsou Tea, VenulocUa,
(. Powder *' Prunes,
;; Freeh Tomatoes.
I 2|J? &sh Strawberries,
Knplijh Split Pea,. P^rvrtwJ's.r,
5 r* Lemon Syrup,
No. 1 Mackerel, bbls ? km, Slranberrv Svrup.
Irisl. salmon, Kmfbem "
lolomnc ncrriDg, A general amorlm't of ?pl?f,
cucu^wrnckK.., *?5sss%gis&
! WalSit Catnip, * .U""AV. Bcofch
I J"""110. Flue Cigars, ......
" Maecnronl.
F?.rn n ri- ?.Ve st?ck h?' c?refuHr selected in the
I i -'? invil? our and the public
Market prices?*' - WC arC prM ure,i 10 edl at ll,?
w- A- EDWAit 1)8 * n"R0.
I cI-IICKKIIING'S PIANO FORTES
OPENED TIIIS DAY, and now rendr for
R?ale, a fresh supply uf CldekorlM A Soni ctl
| i 4 w II [f^hrated i inno Fortes,of beautiful Black Wal
.one.rSro^^^cTcr^?^.^^^^^^^^S
I hairl!"ii0tt.fiirtSren& 9 aielo<ieon^, new style, trim fou and
I i?rfi-i?? Itosevrood flnisb, and at Uie lowest Buffalo
Italian UL'}\'' *ttnln> celebrated Oullan.
['li s J a.er,n?" Valine, Vlollncello., Flute.,
rius, Banjos, Tamborines, Tunli?j? Forks tliu bt-stltniinn
?il nZXT' V1 ln !K?^21a?
| ral assertment of Variety Goods K
i ?'J Mu"c *nd Variety Store.
? JAS. MRI.T.OR,
LAtnhSI a/ihiViJ-KMKN?TAKB NOTlCKt
' Tirp ,l PEitFUMKHIES.
VV ivifl." jlf9t a large assortment of cbolct
t* Pcriumerlea a: I Toilet Articlec, comprising:
I oiuatuni!.; Frctich and American llair Oils;
?? . .* Extract? ^r the ilabdkerchicf:
I 20 varktica;
Orb ntal Drops;
?,lcW and rich styles;
Stick Pomatums;
Coauu tic Creatua and Powders:
Tooth Past**;
Toilet Waters; ? "
j Imported Colognes; -
j Aromatic Vinegar;
Attar of Hoses?rich styles;
JMilk of Noses; ..
I Toilet Soaps?? great varietr.
For sale by T. H. LOGAN A Co.
I ? ' . Bridge Cortier Druggists.
j D3UGS AND MEDiCINFS
PUNDEN'BKJt CJillOBERT S
no. j. Washington hall. *
Wheeling, Va.
y\ fOULD respectfnllj,- Inform tbe puMIc that Ihew are how
aU'their stock with a complete aS9ortjn.-at of
nrup and Medlclun, and *111 alnnri have ou hand a
rior article of all kinds?icurranttd fine. The foilowinr are
some of tbc article* in store: * M6
Congress Water.
FeiTfttcd Tlnct. Bark, Sims' manufacture
Cod Liver Od, Baker's manufacture"
pdoroform, Sulphuric Ether.
, Colloiieoii?a very superior arllcle.
A rsenlte of Quinine; Brucia.
, Fine Extracts for Flavoring purposes.
Dandelion Coffee, Wilson's.
j Wines and Brandies for medical use.
???*??? ^c?? mjU
TIlr?,?n,r' *???* ??"?? nail Bruihu.
IIE richest nssortiuetsl in AVheeliuK? ."
" What-Not" Dusters; ^
| Bloequito Fauv; ? . 5
? Fancy. Punxenta and Match Safes
.Porte''^onnales* - -
Combs?ail varieties; .
I tT.fl, India Kuhlter Goodt>;
: Bridge Cor.DruorisU.
WINDSORMANUFA?
s?-01d Chairs received, repaired and re-nainted "
H. lilUJU.HAFKl'R.
- No. 1ST Main str&t.
f \L It atoek lji now full and It Is our Intention to teen itve
S&SeSK^ b>',tU'iiUon">
I1EISKEIX k SWEARING EN.
?*? b. atAkSH. . v - ~K. T; wVririir~
Co-Partnership.
JB. MARSH bas this day associated k itli him M. T. War
m i? |m.r,lofe of transacting the wholesale and
V ol ir * ^usu,e,M? al *he old stand of J. B. Marsh .
the/irniof "r0t Btrect' next door to Oreeg OH Aftj-W
July 1.1, ISM. "AKSU 4
BAham! ^iTirS^' 0a" "nd - "? C0"iia5J"
I. X. KBI.I.ER. Oulnev u
\auteu -
T V OATS.
WHEAT, * ,
RYE,
BARKEY,
... TlMOTnT SHED.
For which the highest market price will be paid.
JHLi-: __L_ _ GILL t CO.
M^mFouP ",ST01'Y01' K^'OLAND, volumeithrea
AtJiv? Complete sen of th? Work, for role br
.! 0. " J011N II. THOMPSON,
- No-li: ilKln .treet
i'Javcr.ng Xixtiaots
I^OIt J. llle?, I'.i.'triei, Creatuj, Pudding, etc. ctc..
! lie '' T" "? 1COAN t CO.- M.-W
J Bridge Corner. Drup^lsts.
- ?t?iro #. 1 a , -*?ADIIL13 BLAANKEia:: "r ?' -
HA> t. a lot of hit* rate Buckeye Sad-ileBlankets, for salo
? cheap at the old stand, 1M, Main street.' ? * ? ? ?*
av84- ; . JOHN KNOTE.
r?_, lUiSSOJ.tjTXON. . : r
ULIaw-partutaahlp exliUugbelweea Ih. und?ralgn?4 la
..eelawa.YerSrc >' E"i.
<IcJr ^.ILPENDLETOM.
rivrm^il' Gii,AINI' fiEEW. BUTTER, 4c. '
AN TED.?The subset ?bers will purchase or make liberal
v ?"vancea on conalgnmcnt to Baltimore, Philadelphia
or J?cw lew York, of Hour, ?eeat, rje, CAta, coniTtartey.
Jot^er and timoUij aceila. Alio on butter (iolld plcUcd) and
CK5!i G1I.L i CO.
?-fc- : ? ?? - : Water .tree!.
_ OX# UUXVRED BAKit 'SLS FJ-OOCC
TUST received and for,aleb}- ?
tj ; doane t cowcm,.
UAItDOTTE'S WORM SUGAR DROPS.' ?
A pleaatttit and eUicacloua remedy for Woruia in children.
,, . . "P.," u,c fonu ol fine candy, avoiding the diaaartc.
Hb'e taste 01 \ enulfuue generaUy. Price 2S cu per box;
Sold by T, 11. LOGAN ? CO..
Bridge Cwtt.
50
FOUNDRY FIG IROM.
TONS Lonaconing Foundry Iron, for sale by
init* OIM, * W. Wsterst.
A Uciicrai oiiiuciit
OF Drugs, Medtcluefi, Paints, Oils, V&ralshes, Dycstufls,
Brushes, Notions, etc., etc., always on hand st the .
jl?*2 URIMC OOMi?& JJK.ro KTOXX.
LEMON SVBUft" '
SUFERIO Leiuou riyrcp, by the gullon'orbottle, for sole
by JNO. B. VOWtLL, ?>
Sign or the Red Mortar,
Jot 88 Hon?o* ?trett
HOLH>\v .v V 'f> Oiutuidit and Fills, for ealeby
J. B. VOWELL, 88. Monroe st.
jt-4 - Hign of Red Mortar.
A\7 O0I>\s Hair Restorative, Just rec'd.by
VV J. B. VOWLLL, Sign of Red Mortar
jc4 88 Monroe st.
MKKN FUN and Lily mite, of all kinds, for sale at .
VOW ELL'S Dreg Store,
j. 4 38 Monroe st.
. 1>-U i" "-Ma et*(
oojuok &i 'n3M0\ *a t . '
AH t?nf /{rfdns qsw; v
"jibh i? oojiwa T
r?* ipMoSb joj '.imAadvip jo uu
uuu UAua'a fcxuucU lor Uie JiaijukercIuHr-lor.
sale at VoWELL*St 88 Mouroe st.
i*4 TSlgo of jted-Mortar.- /.?
1 > NBi ?A vtry superior article Just received and. for
"u ^ - f^Es^warrmsesn, _
' jfr( Washington >lslf DriSg Store.
t~ EM|ilrrHliuf . : ,
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