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A CARD.
titixm of Wet Alexander, lllll that we Were
. .1 the eahiblUoo of Van Amburgh k Co.'? Circoa li ?
rrft'V* ? ?i..? ?_ iHM.LiM 11.^
free to aajr lint wo oonaidar the
"L thlnr an lmpoitore and a hnmbus, nod warn the cltl
triteeltof not to patronlae It.
e of UIMW Uie attack of a member of Uie companj
K z:nUi and know It to hare bee 1 unprovoked,
^l&oct any caa?e whatever.
Ai?? "ova.
w?. Moobe.
Qm. Kick,
rf??, Coiml, Jo" H???,
uaai. o?- w
" Bi-'t B.aw.,
j. f. Sum,
Jaaw Aik???>
A. C. Bias,
Das hi. Mixwcll,
" nawm, "? K'noa-er.
" e,? s- VnDnur,
01*0 Kiw,
JL W. Kimmzns.
Adam F. Dlanet,
E. T. At**1*1"*'
Vf*. P^rca,
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/j, itei. , 1? t
The We hoar at which the excursion train
trriTf<l lost evening from Wcgt Alexander, did
'at permit us to write a notice for this morning's
' IVc remark, however, that it was a
^ry agreeable party, and everything passed on
to the sanction of the excurtionists.
T?e Wbeklt Ikteu-iobscek can be had at
t'-o office thLi furenoon in wrappers, ready for
maid"" It is an unusually interesting nuni
k-t containing the latest advices from Europe,
Centrtl Jmei ica, the Pacific Coast and from
al! parti of the United States up to tliis morning,
betides a great variety of original and selected
milter. Price S cents.
Look Oct.?A citizen of Wheeling was knock
ed dot n with a stroke from a slug-shot in Van
Aroburgh A Co.'s Circus yesterday, at West Al
ci&nilria. The blow was struck by a person
clutched to that company, fcnd we learn that
difficulty may lie expccted at their exhibition in
t'iu city to-day. Persons attending the Circus
H!1 be'warned, and keep out of danger.
fjr the IutclJiReucer.
From recent professional services rendered me
by l)r. Wineliell, and having had frequent op
portunities to examine work done by him, I
Uio great pleasure in saying that the citizens of
lVheding will find in him not only a skillfu1
practitioner, but a perfcct gentleman. His rooms
are tastefully fitted up and pleasantly situated in
llonibroo.Vs block, 113} Main street. II. S.
Wcfeel thankful to our friends for our steadi
ly groring subscription patronage?for 1101 only
the amount, but the kind of names wo geL We
thail spare no pains to deserve their favors, unci
will ever aim to make the Intelligcnccr a liberal
and comprehensive news bulletin. The daily
mils going to all parts of-the country from our
city, bv railroads, steamboats and stages,
gire great advantages to all those who want to be
informed of what tho world is doing during cve
iT twenty-four hours. We invite the attention
el" all who are reached by these lines of trnVcl
to onr Daily and Tri-weekly editions.
M.iXV of our citizens, to their advantage as it
Kems, are already upprized that Mr. R. Nelson,
formerly of this city, but of late Principal of
the Newport (Ky.) Commercial College," has re
turned on a hasty visit. Mr. Nelson has brought
with him bis ne>v mode of calculating interest,
acd 011 looking over the list of our citizens'
names gathered up in a few hours time, we see
that they have been very generally availing
themscl.eaof its benefits. We find on the list
many of our most extensive and finished busi
ness men, who testify by their names that Mr.
^.'s new method is tlie simplest and most accu
rate of any known to them. We have examin
ed its principles lo the best of our mathematical
scrutiny, and it seems to lis to bo infallible. To
giro an instance of its brevity would be to give
the secret, and we gill therefore say that all who
*ish to take advantage of it ran meet Mr. Nel
>on this, and perliaps to-morrow, evening at his
no*?M tlic Monroe House from 0 to 10 o'clock,
li? gives printed examples for reference to those
tilin attend.
Farther Effects of the "Heated Term/"?
We g^ve yesterday a specimen of the effects of
tSc Sunnier Solstice on oar cotemporaries of
the Pittsburgh Post and Journal. On looking |
o?er into Philadelphia we find it at work there,
as yet on a low pressure scale. Its incipient
pymptom is always a sense ot funrihuw, as wit
ness the following Spat of the Pennsylvanian at
the News:?
The editor of the Daily News seriously threa
tens to take life. Not common, vulgar, every
day life?hut our life. lie has it in sober con
templation to give n biography of the present
editor of the Pennsylvanian?ponderous histor
ical sketches pointed and pungent, facetious and
fanciful, tragic and pathetic, with yellow covers,
ar.d pictures to match. Illustrations upon ?;yim,
with an original portrait executed with char
coal and lampblack from the editorial et/c-tuh of
that establishment, artistically painted with a
shoe ?brush. It will bo issued before soon or
won after?dates indefinite. It will contain fif
teen thou-and royal folio pages and one hun
dred pounds more or le?s will be paid to every
individual who will agree to subscribe for it.
Not to be had of the booksellers. Canvassers
wanted.
The FortREST Divorce Case.?The New York
8uad>vj Atlas makes some explanations regard
injc the recent decL-ion in this case. It says Mr.
Forrestts application for a new trial was denied
though "a reference has been ordered with re
gard to alimony. On the trial before Chief Jus
tice Oakly, the Judge found all the issues in fa
vor of Mrs. Forrest, with an alimony of $3,0001
and nW the costs and her counsel fees. The
counsel for Mrs. Forrest appealed from the de
cree with regard to the alimonv, inasmuch as it
ueprired her oC all right of dower, on the de
cease of Edwin Forrest, or all interest in any real
estate he might acquire, provided his alimony
was paid. This appeal the Court allowed, and
reread the decision therein made by the Chief
Justice.
Hons.?The Cincinnati Price Current of the
9tl? says:
We have heard of several contracts for hogs,
for November delivery, and there is no doubt
that a good deal is doing in this way, but the
re ticulars have been kipt as private as possi
} he highest rate paid, tliat we heard of,
J** ?*>,75, but it was rumored that as high as
t'i had !>een paid for a lot to be delivered by the
10th of November, and to average 210 lbs. The
desire to enter into these contracts on the part
of dealers is not general by any means; and with
the experience of last season before them, it is
not likely it will becomo so at any time before
the opening of the packing season, cxcepat low
New Insurance company
jVOTlCEU hereby given, that on the Tth day of Jul? nest
, ) *Wok? will be opem-tl for the receiving of subscriptions
1.2? Mock of the CITIZENS FIRE. MARINE AND
IXSfRAXCE COMPANY OK WHKKLlNli, lucorpu
??tcdon tite ?9th of February, 1S56, at the foll iw Jne places,
!? *'t: a*Uie Merchants Jt McchauU's Ilank of Wheeling; at
we Hank of Wheeling; and at the Whe. line Savings institu
tion; said books to he kept open for ten day*.
,*.*** Doaaw per share to be paid at the Ume of subscrib
U?e shares bcin^ Fifty Upii.tr* each.
HENRY MOORE.
M. NELSON.
WW. McCOV.
A. ALLEN HOWELL.
__WbnUa r, June 4. 1SS&. Je4
ST A It CANDLES.
I lo? bj? JLSD 40 POVSD &<>*??? la store and for sale
M. BE1LLY.
"JO LBS. Oljclem, lustore ati<l for aale by
Ttnt Skill axd Gkcicb ot Bjudt, hire long since passed
Into ^provcrb, b*it non? of'hi* famoas acblercmcnUln the
| Daguerrean Art hare sprung into universal popularity with
such electric ?peed mm his crowning Improvement, the Am*
brotype. The Illustrated press teems with engrarfngs from
Brady's Ambrotypes, and it seems to be conc?ledwon all
hands that they come nearer to life than anything that che
mistry and light have heretofore produced. To undexx .and
truly what Brady has accomplished In his profession, one
must visit his peerless Gallery of Portraits, 890 Broadway,
where all the celebrities of the nation seem to speak from
the pictured walls... Attached to the establishment is one of
the first water-color painters In this country, and the color
In? of his photograplis surpasses anything of the' kind we
have ever seen. The flesh tints are the very duplicates of
nature. Under such circumstances, It Is not surprising that
Brady's rooms are crowded from "morn till dewy ere** with
the elite of society, and that all strangers from far t>nd near
consider the tour of the "lions'* of New York incomplete un
til they have seen his stupendous Oallcry.
The rcccnt addition of splendid Photograph Portraits of
all the candidates for President, and Vice-President, to the
collection, Is attracting hundreds of visitors daily. By re
ference to an advc-rtisement.in another column the reader
will see that any amount of copies can be furnished at a low
price. _
TO DIUJGOISTS & THEPEOPI-E.
YOU are hereby cautioned aualnst spurious imitations of
1>R. 1>F. G BATH'S "ELECTRIC OIL." as I shall pros
ecute any party who use my copy righted bills. This (:m
nine) Electric Oil has cared the Mayor of Camden of Pilot
and Rheum *tl*m\ also, Hon. John Williamson of Hunting
don, Hon. E. Kllllngsurth (whom it took olf his crutches in
one day), and more than Too others in Philadelphia, whose
names have been published in the Philadelphia Ledger.
The wholesale dealers in Philadelphia would not counte
nance any scamp guilty of the rascalitr of pounterfeiting.?
In Hurrisburgh, Pa., John Wye the, Esq., the well known
Druggist there, caused the arrest and imprisonment of one
lralenllne, who attempted an imitation of this valuable
remedy.
PniLAMti.rai.1. May 3th, 1356.
To the People ami Druggist* throughout the United
State#.?Ltet of cures by Prof. DeGrnth's Electric Oil: Jos
Pree, West Philadelphia, of rheumatism ; Mr. Rodenbok,
Montgomery co., rheumatism and sprain; Blrs. Ogden, No.
160 Fourth street, inflammation of bowels; Mrs. Mayiand,
Providence, shingles and caked breast; Mr. Wm Spence,
on Chestnut street, felon and neuralgln; Henry Campbell,
Lower Marlon, of burns and scarlet fever,?and eighteen
others.
eSjr"Bvcry Druggist knows that the only Genuine Electric
Oil is made by the sole Inventor and proprietor, at his old
office*, to which all orders must be addressed to procure the
genuine.
Pnor. CHAS. DE GRATn,
Old 0!Jice, 89 South 5U? fit., near Chestnut.
pWgold by all jDruggifcts.
Depot in Wheeling lit
T. II. LOGAN & CO'S,
myl4 Bridge Corner.
TRANSPORTATION.
HiLMPFIELD RAILROAD.
ON and after the lGth; day of July, and until further no
tice*, there will b - two Daily Trains of cars run between
Wheeling and West Alexander:
1st?Jtail Train
Leaves Wheeling at ". A.M.
Arrive at West Alexander at 8.1.% A. M.
RETURNING Leaves West Alexander ut M.% P. M.
Arrive nt Wheeling at 6.:1U P. M.
"2d Train? Went Alexander Accom'n:
Leaves West Alexander at 9.3" A. M.
Arrive at Wheeling at 10.46 A. M.
RETURNING Leave* Wheeling at 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at West Alexander at 4.30 P. M.
Jul;. 10 ___ ' .
BEDFORD SPRINGS.
ON and after Tuesday, the 1st of Julv proximo, a line of
Stage Coaches will be run from Cumberland to Bedford
Spriugs, in conneeton with the dally trains of cars from
Wheeling to Cumberland.
FARE THROUGH, SEVEN DOLLARS.
Tickets to be had at the odlce of the B. k O. Railroad Co.,
Wheeling.
Je'21 J. R. FORD. A cent.
Now Arrangement.
, THE WHEELING AND PARKERSBURGH
TmaIL PACKET
COURIEK,
JiiBifn ii. Itooci'ts, mn?frr,
Will leave Wheeling every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 10 o'clock, A. M., for Parkersburj:; connecting at Mariet
ta with the steamer BUCK, running from Marietta to Zanes
vllle; and at Parkcrsburg with the steamer FASHION, run
ning from Parkershurgto West Columbia, Va.
Returning: will leave Parkersburgevery Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, at ftjv o'clock, A. M.
Freight will be received for any point on the Muskingum
between Marietta and Eanewvllle, and for any point on the
Ohio between Wheeling and West Columbia.
np'2.%
STEUJJE2* 11LLE AS J) WHEELING
I'ACKLT.
w The fine steamer CON VOY, Capt. A. O'Neal.
?T JL will run as a regular packet between Steuben
vllle and Wheeling, connecting with the Steubi uville and In
diana Railroad at'Steubenville, and with the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad at Wheeling.
Leave's Strubenville at S o'clock, A. M., and Wheeling at 2
o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage, apply on board. ap4:Sm
WHEELING, CINCINNATI * LOUISVILLE PACKET.
The new and splendid steamer
W. G. WOODSIDE,
C:?pt. J. K. Boom,
will run as a regular packet to the abov
ami all i<<i<.rjiu.ciiate ports.
For Freight or passage apply to
ag?o__ S. C. BAKER & CO., Agenta.
WUEEUXCS-FAliKERSliURf} PACKET
STEPHEN BAYARD
m _ ^Leaves Wheeling, Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays, nt 10 o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Parkersbureh: Tuesdays, Tliursdays and Satur
davs, at 6 o'clock P. M. Dec9 *.%4
Regular Union Ijino Packet
BKTWKKN
WHEELING % CINCINNATI.
CITY OF WHEELING,
Captain John McLure, Jr.,
will leavt WTicdlnjf every Mondav nt 6 o'clk
I". M.% and Cincinnati every Thursday at It/
o'clock, A. JI.
For freight nr passage apply to 8. C. BAKER & CO.
Shippers will please take notice that th* bont leaves regu
larly i:t the advertised time. All hills must be on board by
8 o'clock, P. M.
P?*"Pa3scogcrs ticketed through to St. Louis.
ml 27 H. BAKER & CO.
J. M. HAMILTON,
STEAM BOAT AGENT,
WrTEFXIXC, VA.
Wharf Bont nt Che foot of ITIoaroe street.
Will attend to the receiving aud delivering of freight, and
the collection of freipht bills.
Freight for all the regular packets will be received fr?*e o
charge. nv!2?tf
@310,000
Worth, of Farms and Building
Lots
IN the Gotd Region Virginia, to be divided amongst
lU,2*)0<ub<cribcri on th*
17TII OF SEPTEMBER, 1356,
for Ihe benefit of the Port Royal Female Academy. Sub
acriptioj.s ONLY $10 EACH?one half down, theieat on de
livery of the Deed. Every subscriber will ctt a HuilJInj
Lot or a Farm, ranging in valui; froiu #10 to ;f'25,<i<K>. These
Farms and Lot* are sold no cheap to induce settlements, a
sufficient number being reserved, the Increase in the value
of which will compensate for the apparent low price now
asked.
MORE AG NTS ARE WANTED to obtain subscribers, to
whom the most liberal inducements will be given. For full
particulars, subscriptions, agencies, Ac., apply to
E. BAODEIt,
mvl Port Royal, Va.
Dissolution.
THE firm of Anderson ft Laing is this day dlssolredby
mutual consent.
As one of the firm intends in a short time to leave the ci
ty. a speedy settlement of all accounts due the firm is ear
nestly requested, and those having claims against it will pre
sent them for payment.
Either of the undersigned U authorized to settle up the
busiuess.
J A?. T. ANDERSON,
ALEX'U LAING.
Wheeling, June 16th, 1S56.
Co-Partnership.
JR. GUEER and ALEX'U LAING, baring associated
? thetnarlvcs in partnership, will continue the Hardware
Business in the name of
GREER ? LAING.
Wheeling, June 16th, 1356.
THE undersigned. In retiring from the firm of Anderson ft
L-iing, voald lake this opportunity of returning thanks
to their customers for their liberal patronage, and would
cordially recommend the new firm (Greer ft Laing) to their
favorable consideration.
JAS. T. ANDERSON.
Wheeling, June 16th, 1856. Jtl6:lm
(Times and Argn* copy one mo.)
Notice
IS hereby given that the subscriber has the account* of his
CTHtomers made out to this date, and he earnestly de
sires their immediate settlement. Such as are not at once
called for win be presented for payment.
C. P. BROWN,
Jeweler, 113 Main st.
Wheeling, July 1,1356. Jul
X kegs Bi Carb. Soda;
5? boxes Soda Salerctus;
111 baskets Olive OU, qts.;
25
5 ? " pts.?by
Je4 LAUGHLINS ft BCSnFIELD.
WHEAT WANTED,
THE highest market price wUl be paid for good merchant
able Wheat at
2>ro. 4S Main street.
my24 GEO. W. ANDERSON.
ATTENTION 1 ATTENTION ! !
I OFFER for sale the following articles, at much reduced
prices!
1 Crape Shawl worth |100 ".at $55
2 " ? 60 2CJUI
2 M ? SO 16,50
2 light plaid Silk Dresses worth ?35 20
2 Moire Antique Silk 44 37,50 20
ft Twisted ? ?? 25 12,50
The above belhp all desirable and seasonable Goods, they
will be the greatest bargains at above mentioned prices, and
are only otTercd at such low prices on account of my selling
out.
ISAAC PRAGER,
Jel4 No. 115 Main street,
(Of* GALLONS pure Sweet OU, just received and for sale
low by
Je23 A. C. 000D ft CO.
SELLING off atcjost.
NL. DORSEY Is selling olf his Boots; S-hoes, Trunks,
? Vnlisis, ftc. at cost. Call soon if you want bargains.
jirtu ?
IA BBLS. Varnishes, all kinds, for sale by
I \ t_ jiplfi T. H. LOOAN ft Co.
A ? LBS. pore Oil Lemon, ree'd and for ssle by
4 4?*? ft. 0. GOOD ft CO.
'1*033 LATEST NEW
BECEITEDBV
MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
FLrRTHER~B Y THE NIAGARA.
New Yoke, July 10.?Dispatch per Niagara
completed at one o'clock this morning.
Much better feeling prevails respecting the
chances of an amicable settlement of existing
difficulties between the U. S. and Great Britain,
and the good effect of this feeling is manifested
both in finance and trade.
London papers say that negotiations between
England and the United States for the settle
ment of the existing difficulties, were resumed
on Monday, the 80th of Jane, under circum
stances justifying the belief that they are already
in the train towards an amicable adjustment?
It is beliered that Parliament will beprorogued
to the 21st of July.
Mr. Bailie, of the House of Commons, asked
Lord Palmerston whether Mr. Dallas had full
power to settle the dispute, or whether he had
any other powers than thoseof hispredecessor,
Mr. Buchanan.
Lord Palmerston replied that it was under
stood that Mr. Dallas bad full powers, but Mr.
Buchanan had no powers whatever to enter on
that subject.
The Bank of England made no further reduc
tion of their rate of interest at the meeting of
Directors on Thursday as was anticipated.
The weather continues magniiicent for har
vesting, but owing to the short supply of wheat
holders are cautious and still demand prior
rates. Increasing demand for American securi
ties.
France.?The new custom tarilT was postpon
ed until the next session of the Legislature,
which will -take place during the present month.
The Emperor was at Plomber. 1
A meeting will take place in July at Moun
lieiin, between the Emperors of France and
Austria, and several German Princes will assist
The crops in France as well as Great Britain
were good. In Prussia, Austria and Spain there
will be nverage crops, but in Portugal the pros
are bad.
Spain-?The riots in Spain were over. A
squadron of eight ships was announced to be
ready to sail from Havana for Mexico.
Dkn'SIAKK?Renewed troubles are apprehen
ded in Schleswig, Holstein, Sweden and Nor
way. The formal adhesion of Sweden and Nor
wav to the maritime law established by Congress
at Paris, has been published.
Gkeece?The conference in relation to the
adaii s of Greece, will be held in London in July.
The Count of Flanders is named as successor to
King Otho.
There is no news of importance from the Cri
mea.
Richardson, Spence & Co. quote red wheat at
9sGdal0s4d; white 10a lis; Western Canal Hour
30a33s; Pliila. 33sCda3 ts. White corn 29a30;
yellow and mixed 28sfida29s.
McHenry and others quote beef unchanged,
limited business. Pork lower. Western prime
iness at retail 75s. Bacon linn, market active,
choice advanced 6dals, sales at oiaGos. Lard
held 2sGd higher, while auction sales had been
made at 67a? Cheese dull and unsettled. Tal
low firm, upward tendency, American at 47s6d
;i49s.
London, July 4.?Iron market dull, bars quo
tcrl in Wales at ?" 15sn?S; mils quoted ?Sa?8
os; Scotch pig quoted in Glasgow at 72s.
Money market unchanged. U. S. bonds, 1608,
quated at 101al03. Penna. 5's 78a80; do ster
ling bonds 7-4a7i>. Kentucky C's 8Ca88. Vir
ginia C's 62aSt. Illinois Central 7's 80a81.?
Pittsburgh C's Go a 07. Penna. Central 89a91.
Amount of bullion in the Bank of England j
increased JCS55,00D.
CONGRESSIONAL.
Washington, July 10.
Senate?Mr. Brown. from the Committee on
the District of Columbia, reported a bill retro
ceeding Georgetown to the State of Maryland.
Mr. Bayard reported a bill supplementary to
the act amendatory of the several acts respect
ing copy-rights approved Feb. 3d, 1831.
Mr. Seward hoped the bill would be immedi
ately put upon its passage, as it was a measure of
considerable importance. The bill was then
passed.
The hill for the final adjudication of questions
of title to swamp lands, hetween private claim
ants and Louisiana, was finally passed.
Mr. Jones, of Tenri., made a speech on the
three million armament bill, contending that the
?y propriiition was necessary to piace the country
in a proper state of defense; it was a^pcace, not
a war measure^ tlicrc is not ammunition enough
on the whole Pacific coast to lire ten rounds
,- itli the guns there, and not enough in the whole
. 01:11 try to fire twenty-live rounds with all oui
Further consideration of the bill was post
poned till Monday. k
N _-ariy t hours of Executive session were con.
-mil -1 in considering the question whether more
than 200 nominations or promotions by the Pre
sident, to supply vacancies occasioned by tuc
tvction of the late Naval Board, should be passed
:mon before the House shall take action on the
Senate bill providing a remfedy !":r meritorious
officers aggrieved by said Board. Finally I en
der>*ast and McNalson were severally contirm
- 1 as captains by so large a vote as to be regard
ed as favorable to all the remaining nominations.
The Senate will probably go into executive ses
sion on thein to-inorrow. . .
Hocse.?Mr. Keitt said that it wis not lus in
tention to widen any breach or exasperate the
feelings of any one; he much preferred the op
poste course. He vindicated South Carolina
from the charges against her conduct in the war
of the Revolution, saying that throughout that
period there was not a single private from Mas
sachusetts in that State; he vividly depicted the
sufferings and patriotism of the Carolinians anc
contended that the exploits of Massachusetts
men in that struggle had been very much exag
"^Mr? 'keitt, after speaking disparagement of
Mass., anil in no complimentary terms of Bur
?iingame's sentiments and relative, said lie was
ill the Senate when the assault was committed.
He knew it would be committed unless Sumner
should mako explanation or apology; but he
repeated he knew not the time, nor place where
the assault would ba made, lie did not antici
pate it would be in the Senate Chamber. North
ern papers had attempted to establish complici
ty on his part, charges it as a slave-holding act,
and had attempted to fix responsibility on
South Carolina. Those who wished to drag
in the dust the garments of their States might
do it He should not the garments of his own.
But it appeared his offense was, he did not turn
in the former character, which ho branded as in
famous. He would never violate confidencc repos
ed in him, even by his belligerent enemy, against
the best friend he had. Was ho to inform in
favor of the man who had made a false charge
! against Carolina, and slandered a distinguished
Sl-nator, a relative of his late colleague. The
'opinion of the House he cared nothing about,
but did care for the opiuiuu of the House olli
cially expressed; he represented men who live
on Ualtle Plains, who had been detained by oil in
ner, and therefore was sensitive. He had alrea
dy sent his resignation to the Governor of Car
olina, to take effect to-day, and announced he
was no longer a member of this Congress (ap
plause in the galleries, followed by cries ot order
from below.) Friends crowded around Keitt,
shaking hands, and amid confusion ho retired.
The House took up the resolution of the
Committee on Elections?that J. C. Allen was
not, and Wm. B. Archer was elected represen
tative from Illinois and entitled to a seat
Mr. Washburn of Maine, advocated the reso
1,1 Mr.' Allen replied in liis own defense. Ad
journed.
FIRE.
Tonoxro, July 15?The largo manufacturing
establishment of Jaques & Hay, together with
all the adjacent buildings, lumber yard, wharves,
&c., was entirely destroyed by lire this after
noon. The fire burned with such rapidity that
the workmen had to jump-from the upper sto
ries. Several killed and many badly wounded.
Loss immense.
FROM NEW YORK.
Jci.y 13.?Warrants have been i.wued for the
irvcst of Jno. W. Latson, Moses Starbuck, Win.
H. Starbuck and Jas. A. Pequo, officers and di
rectors of the International Insurance Company,
,:i the charge of fraudulently issuing stock to a
iaigu amount Complaint was preferred by
Chas. W. Ogden, Vico President of the com
ity
"^'^?^^TiFTCATTOirmafriyG.
TrtTM.o?a?i m ]?fTt"tera'w?S; ?p ;ej>thu
siastic ratification wwtfngJirt night byv the
fnondaoTTrenioat and Diyton in Pitfsburgh,
and Fremont'andjphnstnii in Allegheny City.
Quite a rivalry existed between the two sec'
tions as to which -should be the laigut A con
siderable number attended both rival meeting*
Gen. Win. Bobinson presided over the Pitts
burgh meeting, assisted by twenty Vicc Presi
dents.
Addresses were made by Wilson of Mass., .T.
A. Wells of Cal., Thos. Williams, Gov. Ford of
Ohio, and others.
.Mr. Burlingame of Mass., hid been announc
ed, but was not present Resolutions approv
ing the nominations of Fremont and Dayton
passed unanimously.
At the Allegheny meeting Dr. Win. Woods
presided, assisted by 19 Vioe Presidents.
Addresses were made by Gov. Ford, Wilson
of Mass., Williamson and Huntingdon. Georgo
Law did not attend, although announced. By
invitation, W. F. Johnston appeared upon tlio
stand arid made a speech expressing his thanks,
and said if he could by any means surrenderthe
trust reposed on him by the American party, ho
would willingly do so.
Stro-ig American resolutions were passed, op
posing civil and ecclesiastical slavery, whether
domestic or foreign. The preamble says the
Americans showed every disposition to meet the
Republicans on terms of equality, but, being re
pulsed, now ratify the nominations of Fremont
and Johnston.
Gen. Wilson of Mass., has expressed to sev
eral his intention to support Johnston in prefer
ence to Dayton.
FROM LEAVENWORTH./
Cincinnati, July 10.?The Chicago Tribune
of yesterday, has advices from Leavenworth to
Friday the lith.
Gen. Persifer Smith arrived, and a deputation
of citizens waited upon him and asked the pro?
tection of their property and their lives against
armed marauders from the South at the differ
ent river towns, replied that no authority of
armed bands were regularly enrolled militia ac
ting under the color of the law, and that there
was no redress except to civil powers.
ITEMS.
Washington, July 10?The Wilmot National
Democratic Committee have called a caucus of
the Democratic members of Congress, to meet
to-night.
Mr. Brooks leaves to-day for South Carolina,
it issnid Mr. Iveitt will follow his example and
resign his seat.
Sec'y Dobbin, after two weeks illness, has re
sumed his duties.
ELECTION IN SOUTII CAROLINA.
Baltimore, Suly 15.?The Washington Star
says; The clcclion in South Carolina, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr.
Hrooks, ii ill take place next week.
HERBERT AFFAIR.
Washington, July lGth.?Anothcrjury has
been procured for a new trial of Herbert, select
ed from 105 talsman.
RIVER AN1) WEATHER.
PrrTsnCHOii, July 15th.?River 2 feet and 7
inches by metal mark, and falling. Weather
clear and warm.
Cincinnati, July, 16.?Rivera feet in chan
nel to Louisville?unless I telegraph something
different. It fluctuates, but settles at 5 every
day.
CINCINNATI MARKET.
J CIA" 16th.?Flour market at $5,25. Whisky
31. Bacon shoulders 9J. Sides Hi.
BALTIMORE MARKET.
Jrt.v 16th?Flour dull. Wheat in good de
mand. Corn brisk at 05a68c for white, and Ola
02c for yellow.
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
Jciv 15.?Sales of 900 bales of cotton to-day
without alteration in prices. Sales of Whisky
at 34c. Bagging 1 Tic.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Jctv 10.?Cotton firm, sales of 1000 bales.?
Orleans middling 11 7 8, Upland middling 11 5-8
Flour lower, sales 14,000 bbls at 5,95ati,15,
for straight State, and 6,10a0,90 for Ohio.?
Wheat unsettled and declined 3 cts. per bush.
Corn drooping, sales of 1500 bush. Pork
easier, sales of 1400 bbls. Beef firm, sales 850
bbls. Whisky cheaper, sales of 800 bbls at 40.
Coffee quiet, si lies 200 bags Rio. Sugar linn,
tales 800 hhds. Molasses quiet. Linseed oil
drill at 82. Lard oil quiet.
YOU JJJ'JSERVti CUED 11'
FOR YOUR
D I S COVEE Y !
PltOFKSSOIt WOOD'S IlAlIt llKSTOItATI YE If, no
doubt, the most wonderful discovery of this age f>t pro
! jress, for it will restore, permanently, gray hair to its orig*
inn] color, covtrthe head of the buld with a mos t luxuriant
I growth, remove ut once all dandruff and itchiHg, cure all
i scrofula and otiier cutaneous eruptions, such as Kcald-hcail,
&c. It will cure, as if by magic, uervous or periodical head
j ache; make the hair soft, glossy, and wavy, and preserve
I the color perfectly, and the hair from fulliug, to extreme old
! ape.
The following Is from a distinguished member of the mcdl
cal profession;
St. Paci, January 1,1S50.
PROFEaSOR O. J. WOOD?
DuAtt Sir : Unsolicited, I send you this certifl
I cute. After being bald for a Jong time, and having tried all
the hair restoratives extant, and having no faith in any, I
was induced, on hcarin* of yours, to give ft a trial. I placed
mrKelf in the bauds of a barber, and had my head rubbed
wjth n good still' brush anil the Restorative then applied aud
well rubb*d in, till the scalp was aglow. This I repeated eve
I ry morning, aud In three weeks the young hair appeared
j aud grew rapidly from August last till the present time, and
| U now thick, black and strong?soft and pleasant to the
touch; whereas, before, it was harsh and wiry, what little
I there was of it, and that little was disappearing very rapid
I Jy. I still use your Restorative about twice a week, and
j shall soon have a good and perfect crop of hair. Now I had
read of these things?and who has not,? but have not seen
hitherto any case where any person's hair was really benefit
ed by any of tiie hair tonics, etc. of the daj; and it really
gives roe pleasure to record the result of my experience I
have recommended your preparation to oUu rs, ?nd it alrea
dy has a large and general sale throughout the Territory.?
The people here know its effects aud have confidence in it.?
Tiie supply you sent us, as wholesale agent* fsr the Territery,
is nearly exhausted, nud doily inquiries are made for it.?
You deserve credit for your discovery; aud I, for one, re
turn you ray thanks for the benefit It has done me, for I cer
tainly had despaired, long ago, of ever effecting any such
result. Yours, hastily,
J. \V. BOND,
Firm of Bond Jt Kellogg, Druggists, St. Paul.
The undersigned, Rev. J. K. Bragg, is a minister In rcgu
lar standing, and Pastor of the Orthodox Church, at Brook
field, Massachusetts. lie is a gentleman of great Influence,
and unlversaUy beloved.
WJI. DYER.
Brooefieuj, January 12, 1655.
PROFESSOR WOOD?
Drar Sir : Having made trial of your IIAIR
RESTORATIYE, It gives me pleasure to say, that its effect
has been excellent in removing Inflammation, dandruff, and
a constant tendency to itching, with which I have been trou
bled from my childhood up: and lias also restored iny hair,
whioh was becoming gray* to Its original color. X have used
no other article, with anything like the same pleasure or
profit. Yours, truly,
J. K. BRAGG.
114 Market street, St. Louis, 1
March 5, ISM, f
DEAR SIR:?I am doing an extensive traVel In the est
and Southwestern States, as general agent for Adams Amer
ican Linimeut, and would he glad If you would favor me with
a consignment of PROFESSOR WOOD'S RESTORATIVE, as
I feel that I can Introduce It In many places where It Is not
known, as my head is a living testimony of Its Invaluable
properties, In restoring the hair to its natural color. 1 am
rorty years old, and my hair was almost white; but after
using three half pint bottler., my hair is as beautiful auburn
a* It was at sixteen, and much improved in appearance, and
I would not be without a bottle on hand for the price of ten.
I should be glad to hear from you soon.
Very respectfully,
WM. B. BROOME.
/
O. J. WOOD * CO., Proprietor, 812 Broadway, N. Y. and
114 Market St., St. Louis.
t3Zr~For sale in Wheeling by
J. B. VoWELL, 88 Monroe st., and
T. II. LOGAN Jt CO.,
Jc3?3m Bridge Cornsr.
JAS. MELLORj
Denier 1m Variety <5nod? and
MUSICAL INSTlt UMENTS.
^33
AGENT FOR
Chlckerlng'sPiano Fortes Botton
Geo. A. Prince & Co'* Mclodeons Buffalo
C. F. Martin's Guitars ?. New York
Musical Merchandise of all kinds;
Variety Goods, wholesale and retail,
"Pianos to Rent, Tuned and Repaired, Music Taught,
at No. 26 Union street. Wheeling, Va. jc?0
1 ii)~DOZ. Baim"of Thousand Flowers, for Sale by
IZ Jel3 A. C. GOOD A CO.
1?*0O LBSj. Ext Logwood for sale low by
j*28 _ A. C. GOOD A CO.
OUNCES Sulpb. Morphine, ree'd and for sale by
j.g* A. C. GOOD A- CO.
10
?)l \ Llia. ll vdr iouute Potash, iu store and lor sale vert low
-U to the Trade, by
Je23 _____ A- c- * CO.
?250
LBS. Juniper Berries, ree'd by
jn22 T. H. LOOAN ? CO.
500
N. O. MOLASSES.
BBLS. Instore and fsr sale bjr
mxjU 1L BULLY.
???
JUST RECEDED FROM TUB OELEilUA TED GTOJIT OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
A SPLENDID LOT OF PIANOS.
?~
THESE PIANOS ire made frith ftill tron frame, circular walcJ and sliding'desks, with patent suspension krtdge, com
position bearings, and repeating grand action, and are fully warranted to give satisfaction, %ud are made to stand
UALLET, DA YtS k CO.,have received thefollowing premiums, at different times, for their Piano Fortes:
Mechanics Fair at Boston, 1347...... a warded asUver medal " "is " k
Franklin Institute of Phlla,, 4..a?Uvcrne<lal
Slate Fair at Hartford, Ct.f 185* . n goM medal
State Fair at Harrlsburg, Pa., 1865...........a silver medal
franklin Institute, Phila., 1854 a sliver medal
Fair at Worcester, Mass., 184S............... a silver medal
Mechanics Fair at Boston, 1850 a silver medal
State Fair at Syracuse, N. Y? 1S58 a silver medal
Stat* Fair at New York, asUver medal ..
The Massachusetts Charitable Meehauies Association awarded a Diploma, TrIU* a silver Medal, to liaUct, Davis A
Co. for the best Grand Piano contributed to the exhibition of 1853; Jonas Cbickerlng, President (who also had one of his
best Grand Pianos oa exhibition in competition with them). r _
Upwards of one thousand referecces can be given of persona who have purchased Halltt, Davis & Co. ? Pianos.
I am also receiving and have on luiud a splendid lot of Melodeous, front the celebrated manufactories pi Hughes ?
Hale of Philadelphia, Carhart, and Needluuu & Co. of New York, consisting of the following kinds:
4 Octave Scroll Leg. j Piano Etyl;.
" ?' 4* | Boudoir Style, Double.
6 " 41 ? i Serapldnes.
g ?t m ? .?* j " ?
ALSO?A splendid Instrument with four stops, andhighly ornamental, suitable for cither church or parlor. Every in
strument sold by me U warranted for one year.
In connection with the above I. have, and am receiving!a large stock of Violins, Guitars, Banjos, TamborInc3, Flutl*
nas, Accordeon-s Flutes, Fifes, Flageok-ts, Clarionets. Ac.?In fact everything belonging to the utusle buulnOj-s.
SHEET MUSIC.?We receive ail the new publications as sooujts published.
Piauos tuned and repaired. Also, Melodeous, Serapldnes and all kinds of reed instruments repaired, and musical In
T. CAKTWIUOlir'd
Cutlery, Variety and Music Store, 125 Main St.. Wheeling.
INSU11ANJE.
THE
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
OF liAKTFORD, CONN.
IRTCOKPUIMTliD, M lV 1819.
W1TII A PERPETUAL CHARTER?CASH CAPITAL ALL
PAID IN*,
5 00,0 0 0.
ONE of th- oldest ami beat institutions in this country,
continues to take risks upon the moat favorable terms.
Apply to
E. B. SWEAMNOES', Agent
for Wheeling aud vicinity.
OFFICE?Union Hall Building, Main street.
rJnl2?lly
HOME FIRE.AND MAKINE
IXStfltAliaB OUJlPA?\ J.
[OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET, N. Y.]
Cxsn Capital $747,972 44
Liabilities $53,677 66
THIS Company is owned and managed by some of the
wealthiest aud best merchants in the city of New York.?
I For particulars enquire of W. F. PETE1180N,
ju8 Agent for Wheeling aud viciuity._
ATHEN2EUM FIRE OFFICE,"
I London. '
.VDTHORIZED CAPITAL ?!?.000,000.
Available Capital $1,284,300.
TT7"II.L TAKE any and all fair Fire Itlsfcj at a reasonable
I T ? Cillfc.
Losses are adjusted and promptly paid without reference
, to London.
For further particulars enquire of
WM. F. PETERSON, Agent
for Wheeling aud vicinity.
OFFICE next door to theM. k M. Bank. inhS |
Valley of Virginia
EIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Win* 1'. Sclby, Agent at Wheeling.
OFFICE?at the store of Tallant& Delaplntn, Main street, j
between Monroe and Quincy streets; are prepared to :
take Risks at customary rates on Goods in transitu, Steam- '
bouts,Stores, Dwellings, Ac.
?REFERENCES?
J. R. Bilker, Tallant A^Delaplaln,
Thos. 11. List, . D. Lamb, i
Norton, Acheson A Co. G. llardtnan,
S. Brady, 8. C. llaker k Co.,
List k Howell, O. W. lleiskell k Co.,
septia \
If?SlIBAI*CE
THE FIRE ANI) MARINE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF WHEELING.
Incorporated 1381.
rTTAKES risks at the lowest rates on Buildings of nil kinds,
X Steamboats, Furniture and Merchandise, and agalnFt all
dangers attending the Transportation of Goods on rivers,
seas, lakes, canals and railroads.
DIRECTORS.
R. Crangl*, S. Brady, Rob't Morrison
Sam'l Ncel, Win. Fleming, .I.W.Gill,
Dan'l Lamb, Robt Patterson, Sainl. Ott.
ROBT. CRANGLE, Pres't.
R. W. Hardinc, Sec'y.
pif*Appllcationa for Insurance will be promptly attended
to by the President and Secretary.
Wheeling, Jan. 2S. 1S5S.
p T 2ST .A.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
Tbirty-Kcrenih Auuual ^tntemeut.
As preseuted to the StockhohK rs, at the Annual meeting,
held In the City or Hartford, .Tune 5, IS30.
INCOME.
Premiums for the year 1,5*24,009.82
Less Return Premiums 81,165.1 9
$1,498,810.28
Premiums the prior years were....1,251,240.S7
Income on invest** and Interest 5\7t-5.56
LeSa loss ou do .... 8,\<14.S3
47)691.16
11^41,081.41
PAYMENTS.
Losses ca^hcd 554,944.04
Commissions and expenses 214,562.85
Taxes.... 11,229.94
Dividend* 9\),lHJ0.UU
Reserved to pay all outstanding
claims'on June 1, ls5C, not due.. 101 ,855.55
Surplus of the year carried l^^HsS
To Cr. Safety Fuud for contingent
reserve 285,489.53
$1,541,081.41
The Company has cash n?sets of $1,000,788.60
Tne Total Li>a?es paid by this company In thirty-seven years
ending Ihe present time :
In Fire Department 8,861,887.59
Inland do 567.6*27.81
$9,429,014 9;.
Nearly $9,500,000 of losses it solely has been the means oi
equalizing to the public benefit.
For 37 years ti.is Company has paid an earned dividend
averaging annually 7 per ccntum on the capital stock.?
The Insured, however, have had paid them 81 8-4 per Cent,
of thu uroM premiums buck In the shape of losses, and the
remaining 13 1-4 per cent, of receipts have been apportion
ed to agents, expenses, taxes, support of fire coinpauies and
dividends.
The following gentlemen xrere unanimously re-elected Di
rectors for the ensuing year.
Thojnaa K. Brace. Milt a .4. Tattle.
Iloha t Until, E. G. Ripley,
Roland Math er, Drayton Kitty cr,
fkitautl Tudor, Ward Woodbridge,
SawuelS. Ward, Gu?tavu? E. Davit,
Joseph Church, E. A. Bulktly,
Elitnezer Eloicer, Walter Ktnty,
Henry Z. Pratt, Austin Dunham,
27/c*. A. Alexander.
'1 bow. li (trace, President.
12. <?. ICiplcy, Vice President.
Thoa. A, Alcxnmlcr. Sec'y.
Applications promptly attencd to by
E. B. SWBARINGEN, Agent.
July 12,1856, jul2:lm
NOTICE.
T>KKSIC*K II'TKOiY!* carefully compounded at all
X hours?either Da;/ or Night?at
J. B. VOWELL'S, 88-Monroe *t.
jn23 Sign of Red Mortar.
Ambrotypoa &. Daguerreotypes
BY PAHT1UDUE.
fXMIE subscriber, at his old stand on Monroe street, is dully
L producing Ambrotypcs, which arc taking the place of
Daguerreotypes. For proof of the fineness of tone and su
perior <ini?l> of his pictures, he solicits the examination of n
discerning public. lie would invite particular attention to his
STEREOSCOPIC AND TRANSPARENT AM11R0TYPES;
AI30?to Lockets and Pins, made expressly for this nc*v style
of work.
As these pictures can be taken in from one to fire seconds,
the difficulties hitherto preventing accurate likenesses of
small children are almost entirely removed. Groups of per
sons, of different ages and complexions, Aiubrotyped with
out difficulty. Pictures can be copivd by thb process so
they will remain unchanged for ages; all Ambrotypcs being
rherneticclly sealed between two plates of glass, are warrant
ed never to fade.
Cautiou should be observed against pictures called Ambro
types, which arc not properly so, being a single plate of glaa.
and liable to be defaced. As the facilities of the undersign
ed are constantly increasing, he will be prepared to make
Daguerreotypes at all prices.
Rooms at the old place until May 1st, when .he will remove
to hit new and spacious establishment cast side of Maill St.,
between Union and Monroe, which w ill be one of tho best
arranged establishments in the county*. The entire length
of the rooms, 135 feet. No pains or expense will be spared
in the arrangement for producing superior work, and ensur
ing the comfort of visitors.
fcS A. C. PARTRIDGE.
DR. E. a WINOHEIiL,
HAS taken a suit of splendid rooms In Hornbrook's new
block, IIS# Main et.,dircctly over C. P. Browu*? Jew
elry store, where he hopes to establish himself permanently.
By close attention to his business, reasonablecharges, good
and faithful work always warranted, he. hopes to securc a
share of patronage.
Dr. W. is familiar with all the new modes of Inserting
Tetth, including the/'Continuous Gutn" work. Filling,
cleaning and extracting, done in the best and most faithful
manner.
No charge for advice. For further particulars inquire at
the office. my24
Dissolution.
T1IE firms of Donhara, Larabdin k Co., Lambdin, Gilber
son & Co., and Robson, Wagner k Co., were dissolved
by mutual consent on the 24 of June, 1S56, R. C. Donhatn L
C. M. Gilberson having purchased the interest of the other
partners. R. C. bonham and C. M. Gilberson will close up
the business of said finus
R. C. BONHAM,
C. 8. LAMBDIN,
C. M. GILBERSON,
D. WAGNER,
JNO. HOWELL,
U. S. ROBSON.
June 18,1356.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
TTJE, the undersigned, have this day associated ourselves
Y\ in partnership in the business of Paper Bfanufactur
ing, and Dealers in Paper and Belting. The business will
be conducted under the firm name of Bonhojn,-Gilberson
& Co.
R. C. BONHAM,
C. M. GILBERSON,
II. 3. ROBSON.
June 18tb, 1356. jel4
Argus and Times copy.
LARGE lot of fine 8?{rars, just received and for sale by
ii.P K H WATSON.
A
PEAtiL BAULEl?10 keg* just ree'd and lor sale by
iit.vfti W. A. EDWARDS * BRO.
OUNCES pure Nitrate Silver, forsale by
JeSS A. C. GOOD k CO.
OOm LB8. Pumice Stone, in store and for sole by * -
Jt28 A. C. GOOD 'k CO..
?OO LbS. Refined Camphor, lor sale by.
1 j?W . Jl. O. GOOD 4 CO.
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MEDICAL.
BCERHAVE'9
HOLLAND BITTERS
ELECTRO CHEMISCHE AB'JMA
O F
Edit JTollandsch Krvidcn Bitters.
Tvrs YEARS have elapsed since the lutroaaetlnn of UiIj
valuable medicine into the United States. During this
time it has gaiued a universal popularity as a Remedy
for
Feter and Ague, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Headache,
Loss of Appetite, Debility, CoHlicene*.s,
Wind and Bleeding Pile*.
Many of our most worthy citizens testify to Its wonderful
efficacy in all affections of the Stomach and Liver. As a
Tonic, it has never been equaled, for the relief It affords lu
all cases of debility or weakness of any kind is utmost in
stantaneous. In Nervous, Rheumatic- and Neuralgic Affec
tions, it has in numerous Instances proved highly beneficial,
and in others effected a decided curt*.
When eiiilhcut physicians prescribe, and their patients 30
unhesitatingly recommend, surely we may cease to doubt,
aud eagerly test its virtues for ourselves
FEVER AND AOUK.
A Cant of Eight Month*' Standing Curedhy Boer ha re's
Holland Bitters.?Michael Kelly, No 111 Grant, near Smith
field street, says:?"Last July, while running ou the river, on
a cotton bi.at plying between Natchez and New Orleans, I
was taken with Fever and Ague. For eight long months I
suffered with this dreadful disease. The greater part of this
time I was unable to work, anil spent at least fifty dollaTS
for different medicines, but I found no permanent relief.?
Three weeks aeo, one of my friends insisted upon my try
ing 'Boerhave's Holland Bitter*,' saying that a cure was
guaranteed. After trying Jt for only one week, 1 must
state I was a sound man. I have been at work now for
tiVo weeks, aud have had no return of the chills aud fever
whatever."
I certify the ubove statement Is true.
THOMAS ADAMS, Diamond House,
or at R. Chester's, Gothic Hall.
HEADACHE AND DEBILITY.
Mr. Silas LIscomb, of Birmingham says? "I have found in
Boerhave's Bitters a remedy for headache ami debility. My
wife lias also used It with the greatest benefit."
Mr. A. S. Nicholson, of Pittsburgh, also say* he hexpa ns
rienccd much relief from jts use for headache.
READ THIS.
A Hollftnder's Testimony.?Jacob Rlnskes, living in the
Holland settlement of Sheboygan, Wis. says:"After suffering
for some time the misery attending an utter prostration of
mind and body, I have been restored, by using Boerhave's
Bitters, to perfect health."
The fact of this remedy being In such high repute among
the Hollanders In Wisconsin, Michigan, New York?in fact,
in every Holland settlement in the United States?argues in
its favor.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH RESTORED.
Mr. John Davidson, living ten luiles.abov-e Pittsburgh, on
the Pennsylvania Canal, says: "When I'Commenced taking
Boerhave's Holland Bitters, I could hardly walk?uow I en
joy excellent health."
WEAKNESS OF THE STOMACH AND INDIGESTION.
Another great Cure ejfecied. by Boerhave's Holland Mi
ters.?The wife of Peter De Witte, living In Holland Town,
Sheboygan county, Wisconsin, suffered very much from
weakness of the stomach and indigestion. She had been
under a physician's curc for some time, bat the disease
seemed to bafiie even his skill. She purchased some Hoi- ?'
land Bitters at our office, which have given tone to her sto
mach, her appetite and strength are returning, and We first
ly believe that this is another greut euro ejected by your
medicine.
We have still to record many wonderful curcs effected by
this remedy," but must await another opportunity. One
thing you cau rely upon, what we have published arc from
persons much respected to our community, and are literally
true. J. QUINTL*S,
Editor Sheboygan Nleuwbode, She boy gun, Wis.
RHEUMATISM.*
A Case of Tico' Jfoutfit' standing cured by Boerhave's
Holland Bitters.?George Henderson, of Pittsburgh, says:
?'After suffering for'tlirce months with rheumatism?a part
of the time so severely as fb' confine me to my bed?I have
been entirely cured by the use of Boerhave's Holland Bit
ters. I.havc had one attack since, but found almost instan
taneous relief in the same mediclue. It is, in my opinion, a .
sure remedy for rheumatism."
NERVOUS AND RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS.
Tills changeable weatlier itr likely to produce a great deal
of sickness. To persons troubled with nervous or rheumat
ic affections, we would recommend Boerhave's Holland Bit
ters. On referring to our columns you will find certificates
from some of our first German and English citizens.?Pa.
Stunt* Zeitung.
THE WORST FORM OF PILES CAN BE CURED.
We are at liberty to refer to several well known gentle- *
men, who have used, thoroughly tested, and now recom
mend Boerhave's Holland Bitters as a remedy for Piles.?
We are not at liberty to publUh their names, 'but will tuke
pleasure In referring any person to them who denies this
statement.
For this affection, one half of the prescribed dosr should be
taken?say A?(/"teaspoouful?morning, noon and night, one
hour before meals.
CAUTION !
The great popularity of thisdelightfbl Aroma has induced
many imitations, which the public should guard against pur
chasing. Be not persuaded to buy anything else until vou
have given Boerhave's lIol!und'Bitters a fnlr trial. One bot
tle will conAince you how infinitely superior it is to all these
imitations.
ggy~Sold at $1 per bottle, or six bottles for f5, by the sole
proprietors,
BENJAMIN PAGE, Jr. k Co,
Manufacturing Pharmaceutists aud Chemists,
cor Smithficld & Third sts, Pittsburgh.
Laughlina A; UiiHhfichl,
mh2G:dawly Wholesale Druggists, Wheeling, Ya.
\ rCe cbc*v*
\ kVS& 1,0 ,ulie?*,i 6vf*1' -y,
Wot
TO CONS U_M P Ti V E S .
ARRIVAL OF
DR. S. PANCOAST, FROM PHILADELPHIA.
Br. rt. Pnncon?t, late Prof?-Mor In thi-Medical Uni
versity of l'hiladelphia, will remain in this city for a.
few da>8 before leaving for (lie West. -HI* fififll"of treating
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA AND OTHER
CHRONIC DISEASES
Of the Throat and Limps, Ik by M?llcaUd Inhalation. For
proof of the Doctor's success in the treatment of Diseases of
the Lungs, set- Pamphlets and his Treatise on Cun?umption.
The former will bo given gratuitously on application at the
Hotel.
The Doctor hca taken rocras at the McLure Ilouae, and can
he consulted after the 81st, between 10 o'clock A. M. and 3
orclock P. M. mj'Sl m
P. S.?Dr. Pancoast will be in Zaneaville on Tuesday, May
27th.
PARISIAN, TOOTH PASTE. -
A DENTIFRICE unequalled by any other now in use.?
jl V. Warranted not to injure the enamel of the teeth.
Prepared with great care and for sale only by
FUNDKNUERG * ROBERTS,
jc4 Washington Hull Drag Store.
DR. J". G. HUPP.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE?North-west
corner of Quiucy and Fifih streets,
near the Catholic Church.
JuneT-3oi ? ~ . . . '
1A A OM. Quinine, Powers k Weightinan;
lUli 25 4 Morphia;
5t 1 Tannin;?at
Jc* LAUOHLTW > COtaWKLD-8. 3
?7>ALKIRK ALE?10 casks just received and fbrsale by
!|? W. A. EDWARDS * BRO.t
my22 corner Market A Quiucy sts.
OOLIiS. Gum Oj.lum (new crop), just received and for sale
O low by
Ja2S A. C. GOOD * CO.
??H &hlj
nubg* lH/i1 ..
Hats and Caps.
S. AVERY.
TS daily receiving and opening large additions to his Pa
A stock of Hats and Caps, compridinif one of the most g<
era! assortments that has ever been offered to the public
call and sec.
Nos. 146 and 148, Main street, Wheeling, Va.
mElriaw S. A VERY
New York Advertigeroeatgt
AI.BEIET O. ttlClijlKltAON'S
Brady's Gallery of A*t.
NO. *00 BROADWAY,- .NEW YORK.: ;
THE most celebrated establishment of the kind Is the Uni
ted State?, where the AiiUROTYPC, tatroduced In N|f
York yr* Mr.'Dr.iJy, Is ??xecuted In >; rare of plrfoctJdunbMa
durability, unsurpassed iu this country or in Etiropc. "Por
trait* of all the candidates for PRESIDENT aad VICK
PRESIDENT, nrc on exhibition at the Gallery. ? Photogra
phic wpksof the same singly, or by the dotcn^or hundred,
supplied at low prices.
jtt4:lmrtaw' ??*??- -4-- 51. B. BRADY.#
A GLOVE CLEANER."
AN linportaut Discovery to the EcMtuitti?V--?umetiilngVSx?
tlrvlvXcw?Jest imported.
"JOUVBNnS INODOROUS PREPARATION,"
for Instantly cix.u>'hftr KID GLOVES Without the slightest
SMELL. Rut* n stu.-\U poi tion on th.' jfl^Vr, and the illtt in
itially disHi-i^rs?r>;n bo worn immedtyt*)v stftjrtyixds.?
One bottle1c warranted to clean fifty pair of. Gtcvti.- l'rice.
fr) ctnts. Tryjt before buying. All the Agent* arc present ?
ed with an oix?n bottle to prove its onersrton. Aprrnu
are coining wanes by the unprecedented demand. ' More
wanted. ? ' ;r^: -
COXTEXT, NE.VRY ? CO, Wholesale Store,
jell-daaly No.&02 Broadway^. Y.
" potTchomanie:
TIIE new and beautiful art of ornamenting the simplest
Glass Ves*el to! n scm bit- J!iiv Fjsrsrr PjiuaiB Cumx, x?
a TITUS or TKS C?tfT,-Is* creuting an immense excitement.
Ladies ?pd Gentlemen are alike fascinated with this dilifht
oliOoW, encouraging a^^l^
and harmony tn the arrnngement af colors. ? jThcwhole Art
can tc perfectly acquired in half an hour. lh>ok it Jfcutruc
tion separately $1. Boxes containing 2 Vases, Book, and
every artlele~requ?red $3. sent by EYprew. . ?
CONTENT, NEARY 1 CO., Wholesale Store,
jell-lydaw 5->2 Broadway, K. Y.
The Eye and Ear.
T-\miING my late tour In Europe, I obtained several new
XJ Instruments, and Renu dies of Incalculable value In m?
speciality. There la now nothing known to the faculty In fi
ther hemisphere, with wh'.eh 1 am not familiar, whieb, eom
blned with an extensive practice for 20 years In the city of
New York, enables me to restore SIGHT aud HEARING in
many cases hitherto deemed hopeless. Cataract positively
cured by a new method, without pain, also Squinting dr.Oross
Eyes in,a few seconds. Amaurosis cured lis 'tlus majority;of
cares. Granulations, Ulcers, films or Specs,' and. Watery
Eye, Invariably; also, Deafnc&s, Singing Iu the Ear'and Ills*
charges, by an entirely new process. My "Treatise on the
Ryc? price 50 cts, a!no, ARTIFICIAL E V ES * hich move,and
look exactly like the natural Eye, and ar? inserted /without
an operation, and all remedies, forwarded by znaiL CfeflJM.'
tatUfna by mail receice cspecial attention.
JAMES W. POWELL, M. D.,
dculikt,- Aurim. Arc*
jcll:dawly ... . Officks, 6u2 Broadway, N. T.
HAZLETON* BROTHERS.
PIANOFORTE
MA N U F A CTU RBR8 .
No. 20t) Ventre at ,lV?w York.
HERE may be found a superior assortment o?J?lano
Fortes, in Plain and Ornamental Casea,- from 6 to T.V
octaves, of the best materials, and prouounced by distin
guished artists to be unsurpassed, will be sold on theinost
reasonable terms and warranted to stand in any climate.?
Orders from the country prompt!}/ attended to, and each
Piano guaranteed to give perfect saltsfacton. If not so, the
Piano may be returned to us, we refunding the money and
freight.
At the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, New York,
1S58, a Prise Medal was awarded to IIajxetok & Protiivks,
for tint superior quality of their Piano Fortes, which were
touted in Touch. Tone, Equality, and Durability of Tune,
and placed iu the highest grades by the following Dtsiin
>jut*\ed ArtM*?WILI.IAM NOBRIS, 4 fiuirtuun. or, Musi
cal Instrument*: JULLIKN, MAX MARETZER. W. II.
FRY, R. 8. WILLIS, T. EISFELDT. Z. MEIGNKN, EMELll'S
OIRAC, DWIGHT, Jury on? Musical- JnstrumenU; GEO.
F. BRISTOW, Secretary on Musical Inslruvunts.
jell-daw ly
~TTl'E~N13\V YOKK I>A1L\' sun
IS SENT to Clubs, by mall, at $2 a year. . Get a speci
men copy (furnished gratis) and see the terms. Send let
ters ( post paid) to MOSES 8. BEACH,
tny27daw8>n Sun Office. New York.
CU rS'I'AT30It0rS_lfAIK?>?IS
STILL lit IV At I'll AST!
CONTRAST the tints broupht out in tha hnir by Ortstadn
ro's matchless revitalizing Hair Dye, and those produ
ced by application of the burning iluids ortlinarily sold a4
Hair Dyes, you sec at once that the color is natural in one
caae, unnatural iu the other, and the aimple reason is that
Cri*tadoro'? Is the oxlt preparation ? hich by its exact che
mical combination operates on natural and Immutable prin
ciples. Made, sold and applied {.U*ten private rooms) at
Crbtadoro's, 6 Astor Hous:-, Broadway, N. Y. Also for
s:de by the Principal Drugsbts aud Peifumurs througliout
the country.
Neu York Agents, "W. If. CORY t CO.
WARD. CLOSE * CO.
Wheeling Agents, T. n. LOGAN & CO.,
fcC:lydaw - Bridge Corner Druggists.
BROILS vs, "FRIES ) ?
JiOJJIXSoX'S I'A TENT GRIDIRON
auaiiiNt the Frying Pnn!! ^
IT is a well known fact that meat broiled is much more pal
atable, tender and healthful than i?heu fried. All sliced
meat* ought to be broiled. The New Gridiron Is a conve
nient as the Frying Pr.n,and much more economical. Hav
ing a downward draught, it takes all the rmolie up chJniRey
cooks the meat entirely through Id _lta <i\vn juices, without
hunting it, saves all the fat, reduces' meat bills 25 per.cent.,
and can be used over a wood or coal fire.
Price for the round 10 in. diameter .%%,Od
1 41 BQuarc H hy 14 Inches 2,93
4 44 oldoug Thy Id ' ." 2,no
4 44 4 S by ID 4 . .$??
4 44 4 9 l-v 21 4 S,0i?
We will send by express; prepaid, oiie or more of .these
sines to any part of the United States, east of the MlialsaTppi
Qor not far west of It) on receipt of the money.
f?"Moncy may be sent by mgil, "registered,M at' ^ur
jisk. t"*
^"Agents wanted In every county, town and city in the
Union. Circulars, with fuji description, sent on application
Address
. "Amkxican A Poaxtcx Patent AgksctCo.*' . t
fet2:dawly 7l> Duane-st.; New Yaric.
rfflu
W
ItlOiMiXVJJKi ilOUoili.
[OPPOSITE TIIK SUSPENSION BRIDQEJ
WHKF.1JNO.VA.
WM. BARRETT, Proprietor.
TI1IS well known llvtel Inn* been newly renovated, and
now furnishes the best of accommodations to travelers
and boarders
AT MODERATR RATES. j
It Is located hear the centre or the city, opposite the Has*
pension Bridge, and only a few squares from the Railroad
Depots and {steamboat Landing. *
EXCELLENT STABT.lNCr
Is attached to the House. Travelers sod boarders may rest
ussured that no pains will be spared to. add to their com*
fort. a?3u-tfdaw
~ : sTa^krx
<flp?^lIA5 on hand, and is manufaetorlug and rcceiv
^zt*inir, one of the large?t assortments of BB
"*** Hats and Caps
Consisting of all the varieties and colors now in use, all of
which will be sold at the lowest rates.
N. 11.?Hats made to order at the .shortest notice.
8. AVERY, Meln st.,No?. 143 and 146,
splO-tf Wheeling, Va
OJ/.K l'LL SU CAJ'S Jb Ult (j /juV TUSMKti.
A LARGE assortment received this day, comprising
1\. great variety of pattern*?call and *<.*,
Nos. 140 and 145 Main St., Wheeling, Va.
o'c29" 8. AVERY.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS AND CAPS.
JUST received, a large assortment of children's Hats and
Caps?Extra superfine and Embroidered Caps.
Nos. 146 and 148, Main street, Wheeling, Va.
oc8U 8. AVERY.
SOFT HATS. m
Ol AVERY has received and is now Opening a vcryiarg?
O* assortment of SoR llats of ell qualities, shapes aad col
ors, and will be sold at the lowest prices. ?
6. AVERY, Nos. 146 end 148,
oc4 . Wheeling. Va
A'JPJiJNG FASHJOi\'
GENTLEMEN'S HATS FOR,185a.
S A VERY has on hand, and is manufacturing Hat* of. the
? Spring style, which for neatness, durability Stud fine
ness, cannot he surpassed. Gentlemen are requested to eal
and examine for themselves.
|3F~Uats made to order at the shortest notice.
AImo?a large assortment of Hats and Caps, of altde
script ions now in ute. - .?
Nos. 146 aud 143 Mainst., Wheeling, V*.
felG 8. AVERT.
FLOUR.
?*)? A BARRELS Extra Flour, favorite brands, In store and
ZOU foi* sale by 'l -
uiy*6 M. RE1LLT.
ICE! ICE! IOiE)! ?
THE Subscriber takes this methud of informing his custo
mers and the public, that ho is prepared to .furnish, as
heretofore, to ail who desire It, good Icf during thV stonier.
His ice U or the finest quality aud tin; stfpply. ample lor two
years, should summer last so long, so that consumers need
not fear a lack of plenty. Ills carts will be out In a-dsy or
two and lee will be furnished daily at Such price and in such
au&nlUivs may be desired. " He is satisfied to let the pub
c ludcc of the i lualtty of his icc after trial.
apliMf JACOB AMICK.
csac-r a.
rpiUS important and valunble Improvement !n the jhetro
X facturw of Ladies SkirU, on account of the Light, Plia
ble and Adjustable Plaits they form about the waist,.their
graduation, thence to tho bottom, the impossibility of their
breaking, aud their adaption -to any change of position,
gives the most graeufnl ami elegant form toil lady's drees.
The btiffiu-K.H consists of a series or conlj of the fibres of
the Cactus leaf, tunning horlioi.tally around them, while
the fabric (usually cotton) between and- covering the cords,
renders tbeui always of a nature-perfectly flexible.
J ust received by
myS? HEISKELL* SWEARING EN.
CAMUJL.KS1 SOAMi JLAltJL? OjL^il!
WE take pleasure In acquainting our numerous pa4_
that we have rebuilt and enlarged our Factory "(re
ccnfjy destroyed by. fire,) and are uow extensively engaged
In manufacturing a superior article of Soup end Candles.
Thankful for the very liberal support tendered.to us in the
past, we-hope, by strict persona! attention and the good
quality of our product*, to merit a continuance ol the
oaiue.
. We invite the attention of dealers and consumers to.our
Extra Brown aud German Family Soaps, on accountof their
strength and hardness: Also to our Summer Candles.' .
On Land a constant supply of Lard Oil, by the quantity
aud retail.
We have a lot of "Patent Dope," in convenient pack
ages, au excellent article for greasing carriage and wagon
spindlf. ' ? i
N. U.?Candles andjtoap delivered to any part of the
C'jiiS;(y W A RUES * SONS.
Attention Masons!!
A CONSIGNMENT of Master Masons, Royal Arch and
Encampment Uegaila, has Just been received, and will
bv sol-i lew for account of the manufacturers, at
BROWN'S Jewelry Store, 5
jelo . 118 Main St.
' ICE! ICET! IOElT!... J
rf 'UK tufcccribtr now prepared to deliver ice to the citl
A sens of Wheeling generally. Hla ice was put un above
Fulton, attheTtirce Mile House, formerly oecop!6db>?F. B.
Horn brook, and is perfectly free-from dirt. He Intends to
deliver.it hnu?elf,assisted by his son, so that hls customers
will be attended to. '
aptt-utf VOLNEYWARD.
?~ WOOL. ' , ?
T Wlldj bay tho different grade, of Wool, deUrwcd at my
lm.;or., M.. 181 marUt ?uar,. ^
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