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THE rXTELLIGKNT'EK.
'""ti esday iionxixo, July 29,1 aso.
Wool, for fhipment by tlie Baltimore 4 Ohio
Haitnwl?cast, has been arriving quite freely
for davs past v, e noticed immense quantities
,t the'depot yesterday, ant! learned that 5 or 6
hundred bales was tlic average per day. ft comes
mni:tlv frtini the Ilctopfield route in Washing
ton roontr. Pa-, and by the Cleveland 4 Pitts
[irj-gh from Ohia <Jreat quantities arc con
stantly re-shippe?l at Itcllair, brought in by
the Central Ohio. _
[t seems by the telegraphic dispatches last
nijrht, of the news of the Illinois, that it was a
pj>r piece of guess irork about the Vigilance
Coramittec intending at a certain time to lay
J.,uii their authority. Murder and violence
sfll riot in high places; and even the ermine,
jtulel forages?8 the country's safeguard?as
ili conservative strength, has been imbruing its
lunUs ir. human blood. When this is the case,
nt oinreijilj' belie re the most exaggerated re
ports concerning the state of that unhappy
country. _
TestCincinnati Enquirer contains n
startling retention in its city news column. It
Wednesday night iast there nssem
Uflia a Hall on Walnut street 300 men, to or
ganize themselves into a Vigilance Committee.
The most desperate plans were discussed. Their
niOTcmret wis unknown to the Police. The
Enquirer says that the entreaties of two or three
Ben uno.-? them was all that kept the bomb
fr,-s. fiplcain- in their midst That by a vote
of K' to 11J they agreed toawait a certain con
n'nswry. This mystic contingency it suppo
ses lo be the decision in the coming trial of Ar
rison for the murder of Catharine Allison.
Such are the evils which maladministration
of the law of the land arc daily begetting.
A Cr.nREJPOSDErr irr.'ting to us yesterday
from Philadelphia say;, that Cape May with its
acmranwdatioiis for 20,000 people, i.i filling up,
and nightly "Iiops" are taking place in the spa
cious II'" of the Mt Vernon, for the pleasure
and benefit of its 300 guests, lie ridicules the
idea of traveling there or any where else just
m,ir to keep cool; says the thermometer at
T.ijuelphia has been ranging between 101 and
IK in the shade. Our friend, who is one of the
?xt'iiest of editorial wags, complains of the i
tir! lite of the "corps," that they can't get
??/ on account "of"the press of business" and
"the business of ths Press." Ha consoles hiin
-;:f xidi a genera! moral recipe, n< being good, :
h liie aWnce of suit water bathing, for the I
Lalth. viz: "to live honestly and temperately i
uJ to ktep ail fretting about profil and loss in i
?'?nnee until a cool spell shall set in." lie
mfciblt case-; of longevity arc said to result
an adherence to the above. A very aji
prjpriate note is mad'.' of the coincidence', tliat
ii-work of voluntary and involuntary death,
. . aid be going hind in hand to such ?n extent
ia the KasL There seem* to be a mania i'i New
Tjrk and Philadelphia for suicides, which to
-T with the recent fearful accidents by rail*
r :! ami st.-ainhoat, have greatly swelled the
I'i"'of mortality. It seems that WilliamShoe
iuAir. formerly of Graham's Magazine, but
more rwentiv of Sartain's Magazine, is dead.
7ne ^ri iEST Trip on Keoohd.?Under this
bead we learn the following from the St Louis
The steamer James II. Lucas returned this
mnri.ij?,*t 11 o'clock, after having made the
quickest trip ou riford to St. Joseph and back
by eight hour?. She heat the Polar Star's fast
tnp just eight hours. Her time from St. Louis
16it Joseph was two days and twelve hours;
sr.! her time from this port until her return,
'r'.'^ys e'CVen hours. The Lucas is now en
cuei to the "horns," and will receive them in
c;eccurseof time.
:i?'T~?The rail rout 1 depot at New Philadelphia
*13burned down on Sunday morning last?witli
i ? i;?!e of cars. Damage, not including gooils,
' * the railroad company is responsible,
thousand dollars. A J Lev. A. Jfagce lost all
<i household furniture, library and manu
V-Tipts of twenty years* labor.?Stcubcnrille Ifcr
.Hm Crop.?The number of hogs in the State
"hio, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky at this
' -t i> estimated by the editor of Ohio and Far
mer at 10,943,334, which, at $3 a head, a fair
Waje value of stock amounts to $82,83052, If
?i* - i i they would average $10 a head?$103,
' ?'i'-'. '1 lie pork interest of the whole coun
try is beyond itself^ its magnitude is so great.
CITY COUNCIL.
SPECIA L M E E T I X G.
( ouncil mot at 8 o'clock last evening; pursu
ant to call. Present, his Honor, the Mayor,
4 : -'Icssrs. IJickel, Beatty, Cotte, Forbes,
'?a-"den, (hi!, Jacob, Knotc, Pan ne II, Rice, Tay
lor. \\ heeler, and Wilson?13.
1 he proceedings of the last meeting of the
I ouncil were read ami approved.
Mr. Hammond appeared)
A majority report was read from the Commit
tee on Streets and Alley?, as to nigh street,
ruommending the grading and paving of the
street Laid on the table.
Report of Committee on Markets, sustaining
the action ofthc Market Master in stopping the
lrr'I,rol*r and unsound meat by the Se
? u it Brothers, and suggesting an ordinance
providing a ptotlty R>r such sales.
ki morc^ to 'ay the leport on the la
We- Withdrawn.
[Mr. List appeared.]
Mr. Jacob then moved to take the report up
!t *-l*rate point*. Carried.
.Sebright? were permitted to retain their
? i.i recommendation as to penalties for the
un5?und meat, Ac., were also adopted,
.cpoit as to bill of Jones and Coulter?bill
dieted paid.
(Mr. Hubbard ap|>eared.]
jieport of Committee on Appeals. Several
- nctions of assessment were recommended.
a fO'lowing were allowed:
?( !!'"s- PluI1'* estate; Jno. Claytor, Wheeling
?w to.; J.f. Alexander's estate; Stone & Thorn
J. Kilter; Jno. Kris-ell; Geo. Mendell; Evans
K?v;Htuiy K. List; Jno. Mcbure, (McLure
,?T'} fron' O to *17,000; Jno. McLurc,
wotaer reduction; A. S. Todd; Wm. Pkxton;
ey, several reductions; Pliiiip Sut
>? erroneru"'y assessed refunded.
' r,TftTt the Collector of assessments, was
Permitted to present to the Council, a list of
.V^T' .Ht" of P?!*5"?. ot tho Baltimore and
!"? Kadmad Company, (over $100,000,) upon
^.'I-thcy refuse to pay the taxes.
, e '-"Hector received instructions.
c, rtri?rt was read from the committee on
-Wleys, relative to East Wheeling
_ , e *"'> 'be opening of St. Charles street,
coriiuiend.ng the payment of several bills.?
e rcj-ort was adopted.
?r-Hammond "had leave of absence."
of F. Mast, tor reduction of water
^-"?Jtcted.
P|<i,l,a of D. Bay ha and othen, .for the u?a
or tho City nail, forn school to be conducted l.v
! a Herman preacher?rejecte l.
Petition of snndrv persons for abatement of a
I nuisance in the shape of a disorder!*- house in
, the Vicinity of St. Charles street heferrod to i
I committee on Streets and Alleys, with power to
act.
A communication from R. Hamilton was re- j
ferred to the committee on Wharves, with i^n-cr '
to act.
Jieport of committee on Accounts. The re
port was read.
Mr. Jacob moved that so much of the report '
as related to the. Assessors' bills be hud on the
tible. Lost.
A lengthy discussion ensued upon the bills o."
the Assessors, after which ail of the bills were
ordered to be paid.
Petition of \\ ni. Dval, for reduction of Water
rent Rejected.
Petition of \\ . E. Connelly for reduction of
water rent, by correcting an error of the As
I sessor. Granted.
Petition of John Bruce and others for the es
j toblisliment or a new grade upon Quincv street
| near Fulton. Referred to tho Committee on
j Grades.
j t Petition of Tlios. G. Black for a reduction of
j Water tax. Granted.
j Petjfion of F. A. Brentlinger, for a change of
subjects of water tax?granted.
Petition of G. W. Johnson?reduction of
Water tax?granted.
I Jas. tarley and Win. Gray?bills for account I
f of Water Works, paid; A. J.^Pannell paid; !
Wm. Cooper, $34.40, paidJos; Britt, $28, refer- j
ed to Committee on Accounts; Hobbs, Taylor 1
& Co., $9.18, paid; Peter Ritz, $60, referred to
Committee on Accounts; Jaccb Wise, $3.02
referred; Jas. 31. Dillon, $30. U5, referred; same
?$0, referred; Stuart & Caldwell, $1.25, paid;
same $1.75, paid; cleansing reservoir, $120,
paid.
Quarterly Report of A. McCortney, bills paid.
T. Sweeny's bill $300.09, paid.
Petition of the WheelingRiiiemen. Referred :
to the Committee on Finance, to report.
Petition of Bailey, Woodward & Co., referred
to the committee on Water Works?to report.
Bill of A. Caldwell, $3,75?paid.
Sundry fee bills?paid.
Mr. Gill moved to instruct the Street Commis
sioner to report monthly all monies paid for
work done, and all work contracted for. Car
ried.
On motion of Mr. Bickel. the Street Commis- !
sioner was ordered to repair the paving on Mar- ?
ket.street, under the direction of the committee
on Streets and Alleys.
Mr. Hubbard stated that repairs were neces
sary upon the roof of the Guards* Engine House.
Referred to the committee on Fire Department.
| Mr. Pannell moved for repairs upon curb
| stones in Market Alley near Main street. Car
ried.
Council adjourned. j
Tup Skill jsd (Jesics or IIkadt, have long since passed
into a promli, bat none or liis famous achievi-niviitd in the
Daguerrean Art have sprung Into universal j^pdlarlty with
such electric *.pr.ed as his c-owning improvement, the Am- j
broty pe. The illustrated ^rcss tvewi with engravings from j
Brady'# Ainbrotypes, and it seem* to be conceded oa all
hands that they come nearer to life than anything that che- \
mis try and ligfit have heretofore produced. To understand j
truly what Brady has accomplished in his profession, one j
must visit his peerless Gallery of Portraits, :&9 Broadway, j
where ail the celebrities of the nation seem to speak from
the pictured wall.-. Attached to the establishment is one of j
the first water-color painters in this country, and the color- j
in? of his photographs surpasses anything of the kind we
j have ever seen. The tlesh tints are the very duplicates of
nature. Under such circumstances, it is not surprising that
Brady's rooms are crowded from "morn tiil de^ry eve" witfi j
the elite of society, and that ail strangers from far and near
rousider the tour of the "Hons** of Xew York incomplete un
til they have seen h!s stupendous Gallery. !
The recent addition of splendid Photograph Portraits of j
all the candidates for President, ami Vice-President, to the I
collection, is attracting hundreds of visitors daily. Byre- j
ference to an advertisement in another column the reader
will see that any amount or copie* can be furnisl?eU at a low |
price. I
to^ri^gists&the people.
\rOC are hereby cautioned against spurious Imitations of
DR. UE tiUATU'S "ELECTRIC OIL." as I shall pros
ecute any part.- who use my copy righud bills. This (gen
uine) Electric '? il hat cured th?* Mayor of Camden of Pile*
anajJk4um*ti4m; also, Hon. John Williamson of Hunting
don, Hon. E. KiUiagsurth (whom it took o:f his crutche* iu |
? one day), and more than Tw) others in Philadelphia, whose '
J names have been published in the Philadelphia Ledger
I JL'ie wholesale dealers in Philadelphia would not count?
j nance any scamp guilty of Uie rascalitv of counterfeiting.? i
In Uarri?burgh. Pa., John Wy?the, Efuj., Use well known
i lhtr5' ca,,=eti tht arrest aad imprisonment of one
I who attempted an Imitatiou of this vaiuable
I remedy.
! ~ ^ PatLADKLrHU, May5th. 1S.VJ.
j To Vie rcopU an*2 Dru?.ji*t* throughout the I'niUd
of ceres by Prof. De Grath's Electric Oil: Jos
Pree, West Philadelphia, of rheumatism ; Sir. Rodenbok,
Montgomery co., rheumatism and sprain; Mrs. Ogden, No.
150 Fourth street, inflammation of bowels; Mrs. Mayland", J
Providence, shingles and caked breast; Mr. Wm Sjience, I
on Chestnut street, felon and neuralgia; Henry Campbell, i
otters *'ari,,n* ?* ^urns scarlet fever,?and eighteen '
fig^Every Druggist knows that the only Genuine Electric
Oil is ma le by the sole inventor and proprietor, at his old
o!Iic?\ to which all orders mart be addressed t?>procure the
yen utne.
Pr.or. CIIAS. 1>E GRATH, j
Old Gflice, 39 South Sth near Chestnut.
fjcT*Sold by nil Druggists.
Depot in Wheeling at
T. II. LOGAN 4 GO'S,
? Bridge Corner.
TRA N SPORT A-T ION.
HtMPPIELD RAILROAD.
OX and after the 24th ?Iav of July, and until further no
tice, there * ill he one Daily Train of cars ruu between
Wheelloir and West Alexander:
1st?JTail Train
Leaves Wheeling at 7. A. M.
?Arrive at West Alexander at S.15 A. M.
RETURNING Leave* Went Alexander at ..5.15 1\ M.
Arrive at Whet ling at 6.&) 1'. M.
On Sunday tlie traiu will leave at S o'clock a. h.
C. B. PE1RSEL, Airent.
Jul/10 Wheeling.
BEDFORD SPRINGS.
ON" and after Tuesday, the 1st of July proximo, a line of
Stance Coaches will be run from Cumberland to Bedford
Sprinpi, in eonnecton with the daily trains of cars from
Wheeling to Cumberland.
FA UK THROUGH. SEVEN DOLLARS.
Tickets tu be had at tb? ofttce of the B. k O. Railroad Co.,
Wheeling.
Jr-23 J. R. FORP. Agent.
New Arrangement.
THE WHEELING ANI> PARItERSBCRGII
MAIL PACKET
COURIER,
Jnmn 11. ltok>eri?, mailer,
Will leave Whet-ling every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 1(1 o'clock, A. 31.. for Parkersburf; connecting at Mariet
ta with the steaiuer BUCK, runnini: from Marietta to Zanct
vOle; and at Parkersburg with the steamer FASHION, ruu
uinar from Parkersburg to West Columbia, Va.
He tarn ;ii?: will If a re Parkersburgevery Monday, Wednes
day and Friday,.at 5X o'clock, A. M.
? Freight will be received for any point on the Muskinffum
between Marietta *u.I ZaueyeiUe. and for any point on the
Ohio between Wheeling and West Columbia.
?T.y.
SlEL'VhX ^ TLLE A A J) WJlFEU* ii
PA CKET.
- ?4l ??%The fine su-atnrr CONVOY. Capt. A. O'Neal,
-y. 4:"^!L will run tts a regular packet between Steuben
ville awl Wheeling, connecting with the tfteubcuviile and In
diana Railroad at Steubtnvillc, and with the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad at Wheeling.
Leaves SCcubenvill*- at & o'clock, A.)(., and Wheeling at 2
o'clock P. M.
For freight or patsage, apply on hoard. ap4:3m
"WHEELING, CINCINNATI V L011 SviLLft'PACKET?"
Tlie new and splendid steamer
W. G. WOODSIDE,
Cspt. J. K. Booth.
will run as a regular packet to the a dot
and all Intermediate port*.
For Freight or passage apply to
ajiS" _ a. Q. BAKER k CO., Agent*.
WlfEELlNU* PARKERSBUKG PA CKET
STEPHEN BAYARD
m . a Leaves WietUnsr, Mondays, Wednesdays and
jyfr.ys 'Friday*, at in o'clock. A. M.
Leaves Parkersbursh: Tuesday*, Thursdays and Satur
days, at C o'clock P. M. Dec9 '51
J. M. HAMILTON,
STEAM BOAT AGENT,
WHEELING, VA.
Wfcarf Roat at tbe footaf Uonror Mlrrrl,
Will attend to the receiving and delivering of freight, and
the collection of freight bflls.
Freight for all the regular packet* wlR be received free o
charge. , . nr!2?tf
POO
A". O. MOLASSES.
-BBL8.U1 nan *o4 f.rnjr br
?Ta Jt ?jqxi.y.
THE LATEST NEWS
RECEIV KD U V
MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
FOREIGN NEWS.
ARRIVAL OF THE INDIAN.
Qcf.b ec, July 2S.?The steamer Indian from
Liverpool arrived to-day bringing dates to tlie
1 (HI) inst.
The City of Baltimore sailed the same day for
Philadelphia.
The Alps sailed from Havre on the 15th, and j
the Washington from Southampton on the littli'
fos X. Y.
The America from Boston arrived out on the
13th inst.
Liveupooi..?Market for breadstulis generally .
Ann. Wheat firm at '2d advance. Flour firm
with slight improvement in better grades but:
there arc more sellers than buyers of inferior.? j
Corn tlrm. Pork linn with upward tendency ;
but otherwise the market isjn every respect un-.
changed.
News quite unimportant.
In the British Parliament Lord John Russell's
motion for an inquiry as to the course of the
government in the atiairs of Italy, was nega
tived.
Honduras has memorialized the European
governments to guarrantee the right of transit
across her territory from the Atlantic to the
Pacific.
The Duke of Cambridge has been appointed
Commander-in-Chief of the army.
Lord Palmerston receives the vacant garter.
France?Profound tranquility reigns through
out France.
A ministerial crisis has occurred in Spain and
Pariero has resigned.
The Sardenian government makes urgent de
mand for loans to erect fortifications.
Guf.ece?It is rumored that King Otho has
abdicated in favor of Prince Adelbert, of Bava
ria
Trade active at Petersburg and Riga.
CAIvIKOKNIA NEWS
ARRIVAL OF THE ILLINOIS.
v? York July 27.?The steamer Illinois
arrive this afternoon from AspiMwall bnngins
California mails to tl.e 5th inst, and!$l,6o0,000
in treasure. The Illinois connected with the
Jno. L. Stephens, which brought down upwards
of two millions of treasure. . . |
The advices frow San Francisco indicate that
the -itate authorities have apparently drtennined
to make no further resistance to the ^ lgdanct.
COThe'!tartling event of the week was the slab
bing of S. R. Hopkins by David S. Terry advo
cate and justice of the Supreme Court
had proceeded to the office of Dr. Asho, Na% J
Went, for the purpose of arresting is. K. Mai
neV charged with attempting to convey muni
tion's of war to the city for the use of tlje s^
Judse Terrv being present, interfered to pro
tect Moloney,-and together with others, formed
an armed party to escort Malonoy to "'jpont
Street Armorv. Hopkins co.lected a*.i>un.-<.
and attacked the other party in the streeU
A struggle ensuwl, in the course of which Tor
rv stabbed Hopkins with a home knife He
fell senseless. The news of the melee was
mediately communicated to the r^ccr.tive tom
mittcc, who were in session, and a general al
i arm was sounded for a rally ol t.^e
i troops. In 15 minutes a regiment of infantry.
I two companies of cavalry and live companlcs of
artillery were in motion. Meantime JWoncV
; and his friends had taken refuge m a brick bui
iding, guarded and fortified, fins building was
I invested on all sides by the Committee and
itroons, and the inmates ordered to ^rfc-nder.
1'hev obeyed without hesitation. Maloney and
I Terrv were taken and conveyed as prisoners to
i headquarters of the Committee; at the same
time the armories of the State troops wero ^ir
roundedan l the troops forced to surren.lLr to
the Committee. One hundred State troop.
! were taken prisoners, but were subsequently
released on parole. ,
At last dates Judge Terry was still in the
| custody of the Committee. Hopkins was still
a'!<\n the same day Hopkins was stabbed, two
vessels freighted with arms for the State authori
ties, were seized in the bay by armed vessels
belonging to the Committee. Subsequently,
J. L. Durkee, commander of one of t.ie vessel
was a:xe-ted bv the federal officers, and held to,
bail in *25,000, on the charge of piracy.
The committee disclaim all intention of:Op- ,
posing the Federal nuthont.es. lhe day follow
ing'the stabbing of Hopkins, the com. .orested
a notorious gambler named Dan Alnd?c.
kins at last accounts was considered out
Jl,Mudi indignation is manifested in San Fran
Cisco, relative to the bill before Congress for
auietin** land titles in C alil'ornia.
Okeuos.?'The grass hoppers have destroy
I one third of the vegetation in W illamette v.-Ulcy.,
| Co!. Buchanans tight with the Indians atB'g
! Meadows resulted in total defeat, the chiefs ot
the most important tribes were either kille.l -j.
captured. A Canadian Indian w_ell know n a.
Col. Fremonts guide is among the fatally wound
ed.
explosion. .
Vew Yoke. July 27.?The steamer Empire j
State, from Falls Itiver, for New- York, cxjijlodt-d
1 her boiler last night, otf Point Judith, bj "lncl i
jouc lireman was killed and another reported
I missing. j
*" SECOND DISPATCH. ^ .
i The steamer State of Maine reports that six
I persons .lied from injuries caused by the explo
sion on board the Empire. State, Jong Uiem
i ar- Ezra Williams, c.l engineer, and Mr. K^tcli
um, the boiler maker. The boiler ""fe? j
vear old, and had recently been inspected, the
j steamer was carrying less steam than usual.
RIVER AXD WEATHER
Pittsburgh, July 28.?Paver 18 .inches by
met-il mark. Weather warm and cloudy.
VZSU July 2Sth.?River ? feet in the
channel to Louisville. Weather warm ana
showery. - .
CINCINNATI MARKET.
July 28th. ?Flour, 5,00&6,00. ?
25 1-S. Wheat, red 1,10, white 1,20. Lorn 3d
a40. Oats 84. Sugar, !>j. Lolfee llall J.
NEW YORK MARKET.
New Yobs, July 20th.-Cotton Jfirm rales
500 bales. Flour firm, sales of 0,500 bbls.?
Wheat firm, sales oi 55,000 bush. Corn firm
sales of 05,000 bushels. I'ork steady, rales 300
bbls mess at 20,00. Reef heavy sides of 160 bbls.
Ijird unchanged, sales of 2o0 bbls. ? hisky
steady, sales of 3?>ii bbls. Coffee quiet, sales
I i004 nags Rio at 108-4. Sugar firm, sa.es .00
j lihds Muscovado at 8a0. ^ .Molasses and oil.
i <|uiet.
I A rcry neat and superior article of
BANK CHECKS on all the city Banks
ORDER BOOKS,
BLANK DEEDS, NOTES. DRAFTS, &C.,
Printed on CJttn paper, for Bale *1 Ibis OSVce.
Dray Jlectfptt and Bills of Lading
Printed rnJ Itourid to order. Also, every description of
PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING!
' ExrcuteU in a manner unaurpawed. on the shortest notice
I at?l f t tMsotilble rates.
3310,000
i Worth of Farms and Building
Lots
I' S the GUd Burton <?/ Virginia, to lie divided amonpl j
-lO^O^.Ser.on .^pTEMKEIti
j ,or iliclxorf tof the Port Hoy.il FtnuiU Acadrm-J. Sob
! .crli.tioc, OSLV $10 EACH?unc half dovn,tho"" I
llv?irw of tlie />??- firery subscriber * ill pet * Building
Lot or a Farm. r&zighJZ In value from $10 to $?5.00<l. The*e |
Furms find l-oti^are told so cheap to Induce settlement*,a
;utlici*-nt number bein? reserved, the increase In the value
of which will compensate for the apparent low price now
"mOHE AO NTS AUE WANTED to obtain rabKri^ra, jo
whom tie mort liberal Indueenienu will be pven. Tor foil
particulars, .ubJcrlptlota, '?
mTl * Port Royal, Va
~ New-3avings Bank Store,
AT rim OLl> POST OFFICE CORNER.
B. H WATSON,
WIIOLESALK and Bctall Dealer hi Itoou, Shbo, Hat?.
UoiiBvU. UalbrtilAS and Carpet Sacltf, at the corner of
lAartcctaod Monroe rta.,opposite Helnre Hooa^ Wheellnr,
^^r?uSrtortDda'c4cnt, to ,h. trade, and
Ml^lu patwna?e. . < .# ,
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lic often deceived, couldnot Mi tee the simple and sublime
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arising from a misuse or abuse of the various organ*. It
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that mysterious compound agency of matter and mind, ne
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commended as the only means of communicating that ener
gy which Is necessary to the proper enjoyment of all the
natural appetites, as well as the higher mental attributes.?
Its beneficial effect'* are not confined to cither sex or to any
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youth, the over-worn man of business, the victint of ntn om
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novator. To those who have a predisposition to paralysis,
it will prove a complete and unfailing safe-guard against
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?o trided with their constitutions, that they think themselves
far beyond the reach of medicine. Let not even these de
spair. The Cordial deals with di**a?c as it e*L*U, without
reference to causes, and will not only remove the disorder
Itself, but
REBUILD THE BROKEN CONSTITUTION.
The derangements of the system, leading to nervous dis
eases, and the forms of nervous disease Itself, are so numer
ous that it vouM require a column to enumerate the mala
dies for which this preparation is a specific. A few, howev
er, may be enumerated, via : neuralgia, tic doloreux, incipi
ent paralysis, headache, hysteria, palpitation of the heart,
spinal affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatulence, a
pricking sensation of the flesh, numbness, torpidity of the
liver, mental depression, weakness of the will, indtapcsltlon
to move, falntuess after exercise, broken sleep and terrifying
dreams, inability to remain iu one place or po5ition, weak
ness of the procreatlve organs, sexual incompetency, mel
ancholy, monomania, lluor albus, sinking at theBtomach, fe
male irregularities, a chronic tendency to miscarriage, ema
ciation, and all complaints growing out or r. free indulgence
of the passions, and all barrenness that doe* not proceed
from orguuic causes beyond the reach of medicine.
PERSONS OF PALE COMPLEXION,
or consumptive habits are restored by the use of a bottle or
two to bloom and vigor, changing the skin frotu a pale, yel
low, sickly color, to a beatifol tiorM complexion.
CAUTION.
Dr. Morse's Invigorating Cordial has been counterfeited
by some unprincipled persons.
Ia future all the genuine Cordial will have the proprietor's
fac-simile pasted over the cork of each bottle, and the fol
lowing words blown in the glassy
"Dr Morse's Invigorating Cordial "
C. H. RING-, PROPRIETOR, N. Y."
C^-The Cordial Is put up, highly concent sated, in pint
bottles. Price #3 per bottle, two for $3, six for"$12.
Sol<I I if ail Druggist* and Dealer? in Jfcdiciue.
For sale by LAUGHUNS & BUSHFIELD,
Wholesale Druggists,
je22GdSro No. 23 Monroe st.
YO (t~DESER ve~ credit
FOK YOl'R
DISCOY JEJR Y !
PR 0 P ES SO IS WOOD'? HAIR RESTORATIVE If, no
doubt, the most wonderful discovery of this age of pro
gress, for it will restore, permanently, gray hair to Its orig
inal color, cover the head o: the bald with a most luxuriant
growth, remove at once all dandruff and Itching, cure all
scrofula and other cutaneous eruptions, such a3 scald-head,
Ac. It will cure, as If by magic, nervous or periodical head
ache; make the hair soft, glossj-, and wavy, and preserve
the color perfectly, and the hair from falling, to extreme old
age.
The following is from a distinguished member of the medi
cal profession:
St. Pact, January 1,1856.
PROFESSOR 0. J. WOOD?
Dear Sir : Unsolicited, I send you this certifi
cate. After being bald for a long time, and having tried all
the hair restoratives extant, and having no faith in any, I
was induced, on hearing of yours, to give it a trial. I placed
myself In the hands of a barber, and had my head rubbed
w|th a good stiff brush and the Restorative then applied and
well rubbed in, till the scalp was aglow. This I repeated eve
ry morning, and in three weeks tue young hair appeared
and grew rapidly from August last till the present time, and
is now thick, black and -trong? soft and pleasant to the
touch; whereas, before, it was harsh and wiry, what little
there was of ii, and that little was disappearing very rapid
ly. I still use your Restorative about twice a week, and
shall soon have a good and perfect crop of hair. Now I had
read of these things?and who has not? but have not seen
hitherto any case where any person'* hair was really benefit
ed by any of the hair tonics, etc. of the day; and it really
gives me pleasure to record the result of tuy experience I
have recommended your preparation to others, nud it alren
' dy has a large and general s?Ie throughout the Territory.?
The people here know lis effrets and have confidence in l:.?
The supply you pent u?, as wholesale agents far the Territory,
is nearly exhausted, and daily Inquiries are made for it.?
You deserve credit for your discovery; and I, for ??ue, re
turn you my thanks for the benefit it has done me, for I cer
tainly had despaired, long "ago. of ever effecting any such
; result. Yours, h&rtilr,
"J. W. POND,
Firm of Bond k Kellogg, Druggists, St. Paul.
The undersigned. Rev. J, K. Bragg, is a minister la regu
lar standing, and Pa-tor of the Orthodox Church, at Brook
field, Massachusetts. He Is a gentleman of great Intluence,
and universally beloved.
WM. DYER.
Dkoorfielp, January 12, lio3.
; PROFESSOR WOOD?
Deae ?ik : Having inade trial of your HAIR
RESTORATIVE, ft gives me pleasure to say, that its effect
has been excellent in removing Infiammation, dandruff, and
a constant tendency to itching, with which I nave been trou
bled from my childhood up; and has also restored my hair,
whiah was becoming gray, to Its original color. I have used
no other article, with anything like the same pleasure or
profit. Yours, truly,
J. K. BRAGG.
114 Market street, St. Locxa, t
March 3, 1S30. f
DEAR SIR:?1 am doing an extensive travel In the West
and Southwestern States, as general a^rent for Adams Amer
ican Liniment, and would be glad if von 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
knou-n. aa my head 1* a living testimony of its invaluable _
properties, In restoring the hair to its imturai color, lata
lorty years old, and my hair was almost white; but ufter
using three half pint bottles, my hair Is as beautiful auburn
a* it was at sixteen, and much improved in appearance, and
1 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 A CO., Proprietor,#12 Broadway, N. Y. am!
I 114 Market i*t., St. Ixuiitt.
25P"*For sale i? Wheeling bv
J. IS. VoWELL, 33 Monroe St.. and
T. 11 LOGAN k CO ,
jr"r- 9 u Bridge Corner.
| BLUE LIClv WATI'.R.
rnillv best remedy for Dysj^paia, Indigestion, want of Ap
| X ?ctite, *c. Also >rot?ii for the Piles.
A fresh supply just received by
T. II. LOGAN & CO.
Jul 4 Bridge Corner Druggists.
WI1ITE GOODS BY"EXPRESS
INDIA MUSLINS, Nainsook and Jaconet Muslins;
ALSO
Plain French Muslins. for eveningdresses;
J.tcouet and Swl?? Eaglngs.
Just received by
J?tn IIEISKELL SWEARING EN.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
"V" L. DOKSEY is yelling oT his Boots; 6ho>;?. Trunks,
1> ? Valises, &c. at cost. Call *uon 'if you want bargains
9 e*tf
BAT PILLS! KAT PILLS!!
IYON'S Rat Pills, Bed Bu>: PoIpod, kc. 4c.,?flrst rate ar
j ticies for exterminating these pests.
Just received and for tale by
_jul4 T: II. LOOASJt CO.
New Insurance Company.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that on the 7th day of July next
I 1A Books will be opened for the receiving of subscriptions
! tot!., capital ?tock of the CITIZENS FIRE. MARINE AND
! LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF WHEELING, Incurpo
I rated on the 19th of February* ISA ?t the following places,
| to wit: at the Merchants k Mechanics Bunk of Wheeling: at
the Bank of Wheeling and at the Whet ling Savings Institu
tion; said Books to be kept open for ten days.
I Two Dollars per share to be paid at the time of subscrib
ing; the shares being Fifty Dollars each.
IIENKY MOORE.
M. NELSON.
* WM. MCCOY.
A. ALLEN HOWELL.
Wheeling, June 4,1S33. je4
"WOOL.
I WILL buy the different grades of Wool, delivered at my
store. No. 181 market square.
m>27 GEO. WILSON.
MILL FEED.
Bran, shorts, siiipstufp.
MIDDLINGS. CORN MEAL, Ac.
Delivered in any part of the city.
TIIOBURN k 1IADDEN.
44 Slain street,
Jul 9 near Quincv.
Of I Lbs-. lIjtiriiNlHid Potiteb, in etore and lor sale very low
1 >-U io the Trade, by
j t-2 \ A. C. GOOD k CO.
WHEAT WANTED."
THE highest market price will be paid for good merchant
able Wheat at
JTol 48 Jf<iin iirett.
mv24 / GEO. W. ANDERSON.
HALf-Y?AULV SETTLEMENTS
THOSE having accounts at our stor* are informed that
they are made out up to this day (July 1st), and those
not called for to-day will be presented for settlement.
Jul W. D. MOTTK k BRO.
\V7E are prepared to *how a full assortment ot Domestic
YY Good.* and Housekeeping articles, to which wc invite
the* rttcntiou of cash purchasers or those who pay up puuc*
tually.
W. D. MOTTK k. BHO.
NOTICE.
THE firm of GUI k Co. was dissolved on the 2?>th Inst., by
mutual content, D. D. Hurley retiring from said firm.
J. S. D. GILL.
D. D. IIUKLEY.
J. S. D. GILL will continue the btisincrs under the firm
of Gill k Co.
Jane 28. ISM |?80
i SuoTtjH aHEI
ONE case of the celebrated Falkirk Ale, just received and
for sale by
FUNDENBERG k ROBERTS,
je4 Washington Hall Drue Store.
UST received a large assortment of soft Otter Hats of
various colors,
ap2J . 8. D. HARPER k SOX._
ODi DOZEN Coucentrated Lye?just received and for sale
-iU low by ,
ju!4 T. W. LOGAN k CO.
i ?"> DOZ. Baltu of Thousand Flower?, for sale bv ~
;JL JL je*L A. C. GOOD k CO.
BBLS. YarnUhcs, all kinds, for sale by
10
100
*p!6 T. H. LOGAN k Co.
OUNCES Suiph. Quinlne,"f??rsaiel>y
jetii A. O. POOP k CO.
Dividend.
WHEELING SAVINGS INSTITUTION. >
July Jtt, 188ft. * f
npilE Directors of tills Institution base this day declared
A a Dividend: of ten per cent, on the capital stock, out of
Uw'snfft of the last six months, payable on demand.
^Wli. MCCOY,
fpj-.: i . Tmatrtr.
3P 3CA Iff O SS
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE CELEBRATED MAXUFACTORT OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
A SPLENDID LOT OF PIANOS.
rpHESE PI AX OS are made with ftrll Iron frame, circular scale* and sliding desks, with patent suspension bridge, com
X position bearing?, and repeating grand action, and are tally warranted to give'aaUsfaction, and are clade to stand
in any climate.
HALLKT, DAVIS A CO..have received the following premiums, at different times, for their Piano Fortes:
Mechanics Fair at Boston, 1S47 awarded a silver medal Prunklin Institute of Phil a,, ISM afliver'raedal
Fair at Worcester, Mas.'., 154S a silver medal State Pair at Hartford, Ct., 1S54 a gold medai
Mechanics Falrat Boston. 1S?Vi ;i silver medal State Pair at Harrisbure, Pa., 1835 n silver medal
State Fair at Syracuse, X. V., 1S58 a silver medal Franklin Institute, Phila., ISM asilver medal
State F?lr at Xew York, asHyer medal
The Massachusetts Charitable Mechau cs A?sociatlou awarded a Diploma, with a silver Medal, to Ualiet, Davis &
Co. Tor the best Grand Piano contributed to tne exalfcltlon of 1S5S; Jonas Chickering, President (who also had one of his
best Grand Pianos on exhibition in competition with them).
Upwards of one thousand referecces can he civ en of persons who have purchased Hallet, Davis Jc Co.'* Piano.*.
1 am also receiving and have on hanil a splendid lot of Mclodeon*, from the celebrated manufactories of Hughes k
Hale of Philadelphia, Carlmrt, and Needhaw & Co. of New York, consisting of the follovrlug kinds:
4 Octnve Scroll Leg. . ! Piano Style.
45v* " " " i Boudoir Style, Double,
u " " j Seraphines.
I? .. .. .. |
ALSO?A snlenflH! Instrument with fonr stops, and highly ornamental, suitable for either church or parlor. Every In
strument scdtl by nte is warranted for one year.
In connection with the above I have, and atu receiving a large stock of Violins, Guitars, Banjo?, Tambcrfnea, Fluti
as, Accordenns, Flutes, Fifes. Flageolets, Clarionet*. *c.?in fact ever.ytliiug belonging to the music business.
n SUKET 3HJSIC.?tt'e receive all the new publications as soon as published.
l'icnos tuned and repaired. Also, Melcdcons, Seraphine? ani ail kind* of reed instruments repaired, and musical In
ruments generally ax T. CARTW RIGHT'S
Jei9 Cutlery, Variety.and Music Store, 12T? Mainst., Wheeling.
INSURANCE.
THE
/ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
OF UAHTFORD, CONN.
IXCORPOUATKD, JlAl' 18 10.
IVlTtt A PERPETUAL CHARTER?CASU CAPITAL ALL
PAID IN,
500,000.
ONE of the oldest aud best institutions In this country,
continues to take riaica upon the most favorable term*. !
_ Apply to
E. D. SWEARING EX, Agent
for Wheeliup and vicinity. !
OFFICE?Union llall building. Main street.
Jul??dly
tlOMJE FIKK AND MAKINE
J AS If HAS QJB CO.\IFA A 1.
[OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET, N. Y.]
Daea Capital $747,&72 44
UAKIXTIE* $oi*,677 06
'TMIIS Company is owned and managed by seine of the
JL wealthiest and best merchants in the city of New York.?
Por particulars enquire of W. F. PETERSON,
jns Agent for Wheeling and vicinity.
ATHEN^UM FIRE OFFICE,
London.
1CTHOIIIZED CAPITA I. JCi.000,000.
Available Capital $1,284,300.
^yiLL TAKE any and all fair Fire Risks at a reasonable
Losses are adjusted and promptly paid without rjference
to Loudon.
For further particulars cnqnlru of
WM. F. PETERSON, Agent
for Wheeling an.t vicinity.
OFFICE next door to the M. k M. Bank. " ni!i3
Valley of Virginia
FIRE AND MAMXK ISSUKASCE COMPANY.
Wui. X? Selby, Agent nt Wheeling.
OFFICE?at the store of Tr.llant & Dclaplain, Malnstret,
between Monroe and Qulncy utreeU; nre prepared to
take Rtslu at customary rates on Goods in transitu, Steam
boat*,Stores, Dwellings, Ac.
?REFERENCES?
J. R. Baker. Tallatit A^Delaplain,
Thus. II. List, D. Lamb, ?
Norton, Acheron k Co. t*. Hardman,
S. Bradv, *5. C. Baker k Co.,
Lilt & ilowell, O. W. lleiskell k Co.,
sentlS
nSHK.\i\CE
THE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM
PANY OP WHEELING. 1
Incorporated 1S31. ,
TAKES riaks at the lowest rates on HuiMin.es of nil kinds, I
Steamboats, Furniture anil Merchandise, and against :tll j
dangers attending the Transportation of Goods on rivers,
Jcas, Ink'.s, canal* and ntilroiiih. I
DIRECTORS.
It. Grangl?, S.Brady, Rob't Morrison
Hani'! Neel, Win. Fleming, J. W. QIU,
Dan'lLamb, Robt Patterson, Saml. Ott.
ROUT. GRANULE, Pres't.
R. W. IIirdivo, See v. .
pgy Applicationsfor Insurance w'.il be promptly attended j
toby the President and Secretary.
Wheeling, Jan. US. 1S53.
^ T"2ST .A.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, COXX,
Thirty-Seventh Auuunl .Statement.
As presented to the Stockholder*, nt the Annual meeting, I
held in the City of 15artf?>rd, June 5, 1656.
INCOME. '
Premiums for the year 1.524.50S.32
Less Return Premiums
* 1.493.34C.23 i
Premiums the prior years were.. ..1,254,240.$7
Income on Invest'* and Interest 50,705.56
Less loss on do .... 3,014.33
47,691.IS |
$1,541,031.41 I
PAYMENTS.
Losses c ashed $ *>4 ,944.04
Commissions and expenses 214,562.85
Taxes 1J.229.94
Dividends 00,000.00
Reserved to pay all outstanding
claims on June 1, la56, not due.. 101,555.55
Surplus of the year carried 1,805,591.SS
To Cr. Safety fund for contingent
reserve 235,439.53
SI,541,031.11 I
The Company hascash a?sets of $1,000,783.60
The Total Losses paid by this company in thirty-seven years J
ending the present time :
In Fire Department 8,S61,3S7.59
Inland do 5*37.627.31
?9,429,(114 9.
Nearly $9,500,<)!\1 of losses it solely has been the means oJ
equalizing to the public benefit.
For 37 years t?.is Compauy has paid an earned dividend
averaging annually 7 per centum on the capital stock.?
The Insured, however, have had paid them SI 3-4 per cent,
of the gross premiums back in the shape of losses, and the
remaining IS 1-4 per cent, of receipts have been apportion
ed to agents, expenses, taxes, support of lire compauies and
divide nds.
The following gentlemen were unanimously re-elected Di
rector* fur the euauitig year.
Thomii* A", firtlet. Jfilex A. Tattle,
J'obert Until, S. O. lliplty,
Jlotand Math.tr* Drayton Killyer.
iStmuei Tailor, ITdrrf Wood bridge,
Samuel S. IT./rcf, Gustavim F. Darl*,
Hoseph Ch v rc7t, E. A. Bnlkely,
Ebeneztr Flower, If 'alter Ktncy,
lit hry Z. Pratf. A uMlu Dunham,
Tho*. A. Alexander.
'1 hoi*. K Ilrace, President.
K. <? . tftipley, Vice President.
Thos- A. Alcxnuiler. Sec'y.
Applications promptly nttcued to by
E. n. SWEARIXGEX, Agent.
July 12,1S56, jul2;l:n
" NO PICE.
PU ESC R ? PTI OX* carefully compounded .at alii
hours?either bay or Xifjht?nt
J. Is. YOWELL'S, bS Monroe st.
' jn23 Sign of Red Mortar.
Ambrotypes &. Daguerreotypes
UY PARTRIDGE.
THE subscriber, at his old stand ou Jlonroe street. Is dails*
producing Ambrotypes, which are taking the place of
Daguerreotypes. For proof of the fineness of tone and su
perior finish of his pictures, he solicits the examination of a
discerning public. He would invite particular attention to his
STEREOSCOPIC AND TRANSPARENT AMBROTYPES;
Also?to Lockets and Pins, made expressly for this new style
of wurk.
' As these pictures can be taken In from one to five seconds,
I the difficulties hitherto preventing accurate likenesses o?
small children are almost entirely removed. Groups of per
sons, of different ages and complexions, Ambrotvped with
I out dilticulty. Pictures can be copied by thi. process so
; they will remain uuchanged for uges; all Ambrotypes being
rhemeticaUy sealed between two plates of glass, are warrant
ed never to fade.
Caution should be observed against pictures called Ambro
types, which are not properly so, being ?? single plate of glas.
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 uutil May 1st, irhen he will remove
to Ids new and spacious establishment east side of Main st.,
between Union and Monroe, which will be one of the best
arranged establishments in the country. The entire length
of the rooms, 135 feet. No pains or expense will he spared
in the arrangement for producing superior work, and ensur
ing the comfort of visitors.
ftj A ,JCj_ PA RTRIDQK.
DR. E. Gr. WINCHELL,"
DBNT18T,
HAS taken a suit of splendid rooms In Uornbrook's new
block, 11S3? Main st., directly over C. P. Brown'* Jew
: elry store, where he hopes to establish himself permanently.
By clofe attention to his business, reasonable charges, good
and faithful work always warranted, he hopes to secure a
share of patronage.
Dr. W. is familiar with all th^new modes of Inserting
Teeth, including the "Continuous Gum" work. Pilling,
cleauiug and extracting, done in the beat and most faithful
manner.
So charge for advice. For further particulars Inquire at
| the office. ; my24
Dissolution.
THE firms of Bonham, Lambdin & Co., Lambdin, GUber
son ? Co., and Kohsoti, Waguer & Co., were dissolved
by mutual consent on the 2d of June, IS56, R. C. Bonham 4c
C. M. Gilberson having purchased the Interest of the other
partners. IL C. Bonham and C. M. Gilberson will close np
the holiness of said firms
IL C. BONHAM,
C. S. LAMBDIN,
C. M. GILBEBSON,
D. WAGNER,
JNO. HOWELL,
11. S. ROBSON.
June 18,1556.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
TTTE, the undersigned, have this day associated onrselves
f v In partnership in the business of Paper Manufactur
ing, and Dealers in Paper and Belting. The business wUl
he conducted under the firm name of Bonham, GUberson
& Co.
R. C. BONHAM,
C. M. GILBKRSON,
H. H. ROBSON.
June 18th, 1556. jel4
_ Argnsand Times copy. ? . .
A - LARGE lot of fine Segars, just received and for sale by j
InS H. H WATSOV 1
PEARL BARLEY?10 kegs Just ree'd and for sale by
mr? W. A. EDWARDS k BRO.
?j.) OL'NCES pure Nitrate Silver, for sale by
OL JeM A. C. GOOD k CO
1 OOO LBS. Pumice Stone, In stors and fOrsaleby
I Je28 . A. C. OQOP Jt CO.
COO J-BtJ. RaAzmd Caapbor^ior salebjr . r <
O lt? A. .O. GOOD 'A CO.
* ? ?? ,
MEDICAL.
BOERHA^\rE'S
HOLLAND BITTERS
KLEGTKO OHEMISCHEAROMA
? > F
Echt Sollandach Krviden Bitters.
TWX YEARS hare elap?e<l rlnce the Introduction of this
valuable mcdicln#* into tin United Slates. During this
time It has gained u tint remit popularity a> a Remedy
for
fever and Ague, Dyanepttia, TndirjeMiirit, JfeadttrJ^
Lmx of Appetite, DeWily, Costieenens,
Wind and Weeding Pile*.
Many of our moat worthy citUen?testify to Its wonderful
efficacy in all affections of the Stomach and Liver. As a
Tonic, it has never l>een equaled, for the relief it affords in
all ca/es of debility or weakness of any kind, is almost In
stantaneous. In Nervous. Rncmuatic and Neuralgic Affec
tions, it has in numerous instauccs proved highly benetlciul
and in others effected a decided cure.
When eminent physicians prescribe, and their patients so
unhesitatingly recommend, surely wi; may ccusc to doubt,
and eagerly test its virtues for ourselves.
'FEVER AND AGUE.
A C<i*e of Eight Month#1 Standing Cured by Boerhare'a
Holland hitters.?Michael Kelly, No 117 Grant, near Smith
field street, savs:?"Last July, while running on the river, on
a cotton l>vat plying between Natchez uud New Orleans, I
was taken with Fever and Ajcue. For eight long months I
suffered with this dreadful disease. The greater part of this
time 1 was unable to work, and spent at least fifty dollars
for different medicines, but I found no ]>ermanent relief.?
Three weeks ago, one of my friends insisted upon my try
ing % Boer hate" a Holland Bitter* ,* saying that a cure van
guaranteed. After trying it Tor only one week, I must
state I was a sound man. I have been at work now for
two weeks, and have had no return of the chills and fever
whatever."
I certify the above statement Is true.
THOMAS ADAMS, Diamond House,
or at It. Chester's. Gothic Hull.
,, headache and debility
Mr. SUr.3 LUcoiub, of Ilirminffhaui sav?- "I have fonn.l in
Loerhavc'. Bitters a remedy for headache and (lebiUtv M?
(fp *if " Kl"' ",c benefit!'' M>
rtewei hc "?>? "
a rr.n H"" Tills.
, STRENGTH AND HEALTH REST.'Vppn
oIint^uvJii-i0o, ilvlnp ten miie-i above i'ittabnreh ? ?
Shebowran ioumv, w."oD"int,;,.iffni!iln "ollaIMl To,rn'
piitsiiiiil
Editor Sheboygan Nicnwbode, Sheboygan, Wis.
j /> , RHEUMATISM.
?w jssejskk *>?*???.
aaem?SslB/sma
SM&gnKaS
^HVOUS and RHEUMATIC AFFECTION5?
.tckne""^ peMo*^troubl^'wuh produ<:': * dc*?
TUB WORST roilll op Pir.J3 CIV PP mm
We are at liberty to refer tnY,v.?i 1 .1 , CURE?
men, ?ho have ujed, tliornuclllt- ""tSLll l, ,"""1 K?>>tlc
roend BoerhaveV Holland Hitter'* ?c , , , Wm
KB*wtRMa5ES
t?ken^'ny "Ofe-houM be
hour before nieuls. ' no"a a:"' nlplit, one
. CAUTION!
ra?nySftat&nP^*u!^rteUpoMf"*,|ll5J^??*hn"ln<lnM<l
chasinjr. Be nut nt?<nnrf.wi fn agahwtpur
haveplven Boerliave'j Holland Ultlerj a'falMrtlr n"'",50"
&SS.1Z*""' >?u "!y?lIMS. ?J,Zt
proprktofe*' " >>erI,ot,le-??l* bottles for #5, by the sole
Manufactnring'pharmaei^UMs and" Cli^inlst*,
cor bmllhfK-Ul & Third sts, Pittsburgh
Hats and Caps.
8. AVERY
X8?t?k oTaiu0/^ ?l,eulnlr !?"? additions to his r>
_a$Maw "nd 14S' M?ln Wbe-Unc, Va. ^
PARISfiTTTOOTH: PAS.TP ?"
A DRsrirScr. unequalled X, " ,^ t* i?
Dot to lnjc"?"= enamel ?u, n" ~
I rtjiartd with great care and for sale o^r he
HJ.NDKNBKKO * ROIIERTS,
? ? ashlngton Hall DrnitStore.
OFFICE TRANSPORTATION HEMpVlF.l.D R. R. 1 ~
asssssEssa ?=4
Freight and Paasenf.r Depot, Forsyth's Warehouse
U. B. PEIB5EL,
Jul2 Agent,
? ? Wheeling.
^ RYE FLOOR. ?
50 ^CKS' * =up?rioIr artld., In store and for .ale low
icj * Keller,
? ?^ ? Main street. "
DB. ?J. C. IIUipJ?
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE?ITorth-weat
corner of Quincy and Fifth streets
joneT-Saf0ar U"> CaUlollc Church.
New York Advertisements.
ALRERT ?. RICHAHMOfl1*
Advertising and Cotrespondlag Office, No. 860 Brcidwtf,
(opposite the Park,} XewTerlu
THE NEW YORIil>AILV SUN
. ittOKj. .
m> ifldawSm Sua Office, 2frr Tork.
A GLOVE CLEANER.
A N Important Discovery to the Economist?ScoWhlnij rn.
il. tirelyNew?Just Imported.
"JO L'YEN'S INODOROUS PREPARATION,*'
for Instantly czxanixo KID GLOVES r.ithont the sUghtcit
SMELL. Rub a small portion on tho jrio w, and the dlix in
stantly di3?pjH.-ura?can be worn Itumed!***}* Afterward*.?
One bottle is varhuited to clean ?py tjrir of Glovet. Pricc,
50 emu. Try it before baying. AU the Agent? niro present
ed with on open bottle to prove Its operttlcn. A pent*
?ire colulux money by the unpreccdeati*'! dvtvxnd. Mont
wanted.
CONTENT, XKARY & CO, Wholesale Store.
Jcll-dawly No.COS Broadway, S. Y.
POTICHOM ANIE.
THE new. nod benutifbl art cf rrmtuentinj: the simplest
Glass Vessel to resemble the Fisiur Psctro Cfcttu., at
a TtTUK or twk Cost, is creating an lagncn"* excitement.
Ladles ami Gentlemen are alike fascinated with ^hty delisht
fal occupation. A chaste and elegant amusement for Chil
dren and Schools, encouraging a teste for graca In design
and harmony in the arrangement cf colors. The whale Art
can be perfectly acquired la half an hcur. Book cf Iattnie
tion separately $1. Boxes containing 2 Vases, Book, and
every article required $5. sent by Express.
CONTENT, NEARY h CO., Wholesale Store.
. jeli-lydaw ?03 fcrcadway, N. Y.
Tbio Eye and Ear.
DURING ray late toar la Europe, I obtained tereral new
Instruments, end Remedies of incalc&lable value la or
speciality. There is uow nothing known to the faculty la Br
iber hemisphere, with which I am no; familiar, which, com
bined with en extensive practice for.SO years la the city of
New York, enables me to restore SIGHT and HEARING In
many cases hitherto deemed hopeless. Cataract ponitlvely
?'ured by anew method, without palu, also Squinting or Croit
| Eyes in a few seconds. Amaurosis cured iu the majority o.
case*. Granulations, Ulcers, Films or Spec*, and Wa erj
! Eye, invariably; also, DeafTiess, Singing la the Ear nad Dis
! charges, by aa entirely nuw process. My ''Treatise on the
! Eye." price 50 cts, also, ARTIFICIAL E1E3 which more and
! look exactly like the natural Eye, and arc inserted withour
an operation, and all remedies, forwarded by raalL GotmU
tatioM by muil receize taptcialattention.
JAMES W. POWELL, M. D.,
ocnlUl, Aurim. &c.
Jellrdawly Orrico, 5"? Broadway, N. T.
irflBTir-l HAZLETON & BROTHERS.
tigafsm pianoforte
TTsnn MA N U FA C{T URERB
?io.'iOO Centre it.,IV4ir Yorlr.
TTTHERE may l?e found a superior assortment of Piano
VV Forte*, In Plaits an.I Ornamental Cas?-s, from 6 to 73?
octaves, of the be*t ma (trial*, ucd pronounced by dl?t?n
guishrd artists to be unsurpassed. Will be sold ou Ihe'snort
reasonable terms and warranted tn stand In any climate.?
Orrttra frttm the country prom/My atUnutd to, and each
lki?iio quurantoed to give perfect kaitsfactoa. If not so, the
Piuno may be returned to ns, we refunding the moncv and
freight. .
At the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace,- New York,
ISM, a Prise Mrdal was awarded to lUzueipx k P*o?Hcrj?,
for tho superior quality of tJndr Piano Porte*, which a ere
tested in Touch. Tour, Kqvality%ctui JUurability of 7w?e,
and placed in the highest sradi s by the following IHftin
.4 rti*U?W11.1.1 AM NORMS, Chairman on Mu*??
cal Jit*truin<rnf*; .IL'LLIF.N, MAX MAEETZLR, W. H.
KltY, It. S. WILLIS, T. EISFELDT. Z. MKIUNEN, EMEL1US
GiRAC, BWIGUT, Jury on MuiUul JtiitrHinettf*; GEO.
P. BHISTOW, C*ci?tatyon Jlmfval Jnetrumcnts.
Jfjl-dawly
CKISTADQRO'S H AIR D YE
STiLJ. TlilbjSfrHAJXT!
CONTRAST the tints broupht out in the heir by Cristado
ro'f? jiiatchlr^s revitaliziug Hair Dye, and tho?e produ
ced hi- application of the Imrniuc HuW* or*tiaarily sold a*
Uair Dyes, you *e-e at inre that the color is natural In ouc
case, unuaturul in tiie other, and the simple reason Is that
Cristadorw's is the osftT preparation which by Its exact chc
mlcal combination operates on natural and immutable prin
ciples. Made, sold and applied (In ten private rooms) at
Cri&t;idorc'g, 0 Astor Hous*:, Broadway, N. Y? Aiso for
sale by the Principal Druggists and Pojfumera throughout
tl;? couutrv. -?
New York Agents, W. H. CORY ? CO.
"iVARP, CLOSE k CO.
Wheeling Agcntc, T. n. LOGAN A CO.,
feP:lvdnw Bridge Corner Druwfrts.
MONRO*] HOUaE.
[OPPOSITE THE SUSPENSION BRIDGE,]
WHEEMN'G. VA.
WM. BARRETT, Proprietor.
THIS well linowu Hotel has bccu lieul}' renoTHcu, uJk
uow furnishes the beot of accommodations to travelers
and boarders
AT MODERATE HATES.
It is located neur the centre cf the city, opposite the Sus
pension Bridge, and only a few square* from the Railroad
Depots and Steamboat Landing.
EXCELLENT STABLING
Is attached to the llouae. Travelers and boarders rosy rest
assured that no pains will be spared to add to their com
fort. ap8*Mftlaw
~ sTavery ?
jjmjiHAS on hand, and is manufacturing and ricelv
^BBPing, one of the largest assortments cf
Hats and Cape
Consisting of all the varieties and colors cow ia use, all of
which will lie sold at the lowest rates.
N. B.?Hats made to order at the shortest netlet.
S. AVERY, Main St.,No*. 146 and 148.
splrt-tf " Wheeling,. Vs.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS AND. CAPS.
TUST received, a large assortment cf children's Hat and
fj Caps?Extra superfine and Embroidered Caps. ':
Nos. 146 and 14S, Main street, Wheeling, Ya.
ocSu \ S. AVERY.
H1LK l'LL'SU CA'JV i'l/H UAWT/JUtJ?Ar.
A LARGE assortment received this day, comprising
great variety of patterns?call and see: ; ?
Nos. 146 and MS Main su, Wheeling, Ya.
oc 29 B. AfWKL^,.
&ujp T jja y.v. L
C? AVERY has received and is n 3w opening a very large
O ? assortment of Soft Hats of all qualities, shapes and col
ors, and will be sold at the lowest priceVi
3. AVERY, Nos. .46 and 148,
oc4 'v. Wheeling. Ya
JrJLSJLUOy*
GENTLEMEN'S HATS FTDR1856.
S AVERY has on hand, and is manufacturing Hats of the
? Spring style, which for neatness, durabiiiW and
ness, cannot be surpassed. Gentlemen are requested i
and examine for themselves. % j
&BT1 Hats made to order at the shortest notice. -
Also?a large assortment of Hats and Cxp.i, of;
scriptlonsnowiu use.
Nos. 146 and 143 Malnst., Wheeling, Ya.
fell* 8. A1
JAS. MELIiOR,
Dealer in Variety-<iood? and
MUSICAL INSTltUMENTS.
80W
A G E N T FOR
Chiekerins'sPifttio Fortes Borton
Geo. A. Prince ?x Co'i Mclodcon* Kuilalo
C. F. Martin'-Guitar? .-r....New York
Musical Merchandise of all kind?;
Variety Goods, wholesale and retail.
J37-Pianos to Kent, Tuned and Repaired, Music Taught,
at No. 26 Union street. Wheeling, Va. ' JeSO
2 mUJCiGISTS NOTIONS.
"V"KW afVLK Nursing Dottle*?Itcii Pans ami Urinals?
Syringe*, ail styles?llrerm 1'umpd?Nipple Shells?
Gum Nippies?Perfumeries?American and French Soaps?
"Lubln V' extracts! Brushes, Coiub4, Stationery, with a va
riety Oi Fancy Articles * anted by the people.
For sale low at the
jul4 BRIDGE CORNER DRUG fiTORr.
flour;
OX/ \ BARRELS Extra Flour, favorite brands, in store and
?*J\) for sale by
my26 M. R8ILLY.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!
rpiIE Subscriber takes this method of informing Vis custo
JL nurs anil the public, that he is prepared to furnish, as
heretofore, to all who desire it, good Ice during the summer.
His ice is of the line.st quality and thr 3uppl> ample for two
years, should summer iaat .so long, so that cousnuiers need
j not fear a iacfc of plenty. Hi* carts will be out In a day or
; two and Ice will be furniahed daily at such price and in such
| quantities as may b^ desired. He is satisfied to let the pub
i he judge oi the quality of his ice after trial.
aplU-tf JACOB AMICE.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
''PHE subscriber is now prepared to deliver ice to the cftl
JL sens of Wheeling generally. . llis ice was put up above
Fulton, at the Three Mile House, formerly occupied by F. B.
llornbrook, and Is perfectlj- free from dirt. Be intends to
deliver it himself, assisted by his sos, so that hie customers
will be attended to.
ap32-dtf VOLNEY WARD.
ATTENTION 1 ATTENTION 11
I OFFER for sale the following articles, at much reduced
pt ices;
1 Crape Shawl worth $100 at $55
3 " 1 60 96JSG
3 " * 80.... 16,50
2 light plaid SUk Dresses worth |35 Vi
2 Moire Antique Fdk " 87,30 . 90
3 Twisted ? " S5 |12?6
The sbove being all desirable and seasonable Goods, they
will be the greatest bargains at above mentioned prices, and
are only offered at such low prices.on account of my selling
out.
ISAAC PRAGER.
JeU No. 11S Miln ttrttu
Steam Spice Works.
I am now folly prepared lor Grinding Spices and supply
ing customers on a more extended scale, and have on
hand a fresh lot of pure ground Pepper. Ginger * Allspice,
Cinnamon, Cloves and Mustard, put up In diSereat slsed pa
pers fur retailing, which I will sell at prices almost as low as
the very inferior qualities which are brought here from the
Eastern cities.
I have about S00 lbs pure Creua Tartar, Just ground from
the crystals, peifectiy pure.
For sale wholesale and retail fey
ALUX. TURNER,
Melodeou Buildings, Ms In st.
juS ^ ; WiU?llng,Va.
Piano Fortes
OPENED nils D&Y, mother lot of CUtMAfc* Sou
Piano Fortes, which we claim to be.saperiw toju?y other
brought to this market, notwithstanding all the gas and wind
about nther makers, over strings and gold medals "to to the
bargain. . ?. ti'-V-J - .J
We respectfully call on those who want an Instrument
that can be relied on, and at a fair price, to come and select
from our tfurcsiocfc, now ready for sale at No. 86 Union
street. tv
jcSu J. MEL LOR.
SEMI-ANNUAL SETTLEMENTS.
YITK would notify our cuatomers that our accounts are
VY nbwuiade out and ready for settlement;' We trust
th*t it may suit the convenience of all indebted to us to call
lor their WB*.?Should this not be the ease, we w&l render all
bills immediately after the let of July. x
All i>ersous Indebted to the late firm of Hetektll * Co. will
make payment to us without delay. : .i ?.* .N
jfS?. HE1SKBLL Jb SWEARING EN.
A hare Chance.
SELLING'OFF!
T)nNG sbxloni to ftdara oar (tock ?( Drr Ooodj to ?
Jj very, low point, before FaU, *u ,wiU from thht day for
ward. otfer an> thing in our line ata V
BIG REDUCTION IN"PRI0?. - \:
Come on with your carhit youwant jo get sotae of thai
bt?rbargains oflered in Wheeling for aJony ttattv ^

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