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WHEELING VA. TUESDAY MOliNING. DECEMBER 23 1858
VOLUME 5
rnnts^tnsimf^pf^
re runj.istiFn
DAILY, TRI WEEKLY A NI> WEEKLY, BY
CAMPBELL & McDERMOT. <
[fEICE?Corucr'of Aluin and Qnincj- streets
?Entrance from yuincy st.
T1SHMS.
|lui:.r, per annum............ $5,00
T*a-\\ tittv, iK-mnuoiir.....
[ \\ mu,)Kr miuuui! . ,'.|ltvO
It AT lis OF AjJvEKTISINO.
tX Li.Nfco by .NO.Sl'AULIL. OK Li^fr, CONSTITUTING A
A bwUAKE. J
Por one square 1 iuaurtiyu.... . f 75
i ?? .....1.0O
# . .1,*5
1 week. . <Jt?
2 " ....?^0
" 1 tnaatlt.... ?6,O0
?? * " ...v.... ........5,75
" * " .b,UO
0 44 lfc.OO
? " ?? 15,00
Per advertisement* of greater UugtL, and less than X ?f a J
Kuuiii, inserted (or a longir time than two months, a dis- ?
Tit of fifty ptr cent. on the above trill be made for eanh j
Ire tor the tint-. UiTee months.
br iSutine** or Professional Cards, }4 square or I
Qrit, per anuaui.. . ? 6,00 ' |
r liaoiuesa ori*rofeu.uual.Gar?l*,oueaquare,ptr I
P annum ????? 10,00 ?
tr 1 column (outside) oncyear .....l00,t*U
X " ?? V 60,00
' * " 14 44 40,00
ity per ceut. on the above for the inside.
Personal C?iumuulcat;on* charged at $1,00 per tliou
?ms.
M^-fpcclal Notices charged $30 per square, por^annutn,
flu si square, aud the same rate of discount Uierton for a
[cater number of square* a* uuderUie general head, and lu
?jt= a liue for single insertion.
biMinew Advertisements, with monthly change, one '*
i t^imn l year j: i.. i.......ftt,00
Ban: ? with weekly chancy...... -rv v JW,00
%'oticc of Death* inserted gratuitously,1 but Funeral .
Notice charged.. : 50 < 1
Marriage Nuticc charged...... 50 I
Kominatioas, ciiarged lor each candidate lor a sep
arate ol?ce, inserted for one month or less, in ad
vance... 2,00
leitgious notices inserted for half price.
BUSINESS CARDS.
lawyers
ItUSSELL & FCTZHUGH.
\ llartit'] ? uud ? OU U** I lw? ? Ml J?ttWj
j vFt.JCE
No. 69, Moxaos n?mH ?
Wheeling, Va.
nrrjTT M. PKNDHsro?i;,;
A T T O 11N B V A i' "Ij.A ,
\t heeling, ??.
C7TP.NDS Courts o* onu>,?ivuv?. -~w vumUuIJ
Iwpllia ?liiuijii imtM?rgwgw?^b?rrtl?? M^ntoro!
~( I r.>. TCKSOI, ,
jKlioi C. II., V?. f I Parker* burg, \ a.
Thaw & Turner,
ATTORNEYS at law, ?
?gT'WlLl.?ltcu<l nrictly io?U bu?iut?? ciiu-u?t?jl to them
(he couutie? of Wood, Wirt, 4i?ckwu, Hltclilt,Ullm?r and
tasants.
Articular attention oHectlons.
I1LA DELPHI A.?Hon. Oeor.ce Sharswood ; Hon. Joel
J out s, lion. Clias. Oil|dn, Messrs. Lee A
Walker. .
JLTIMOIIR?Mcflsrs. Nealc k Luckett, Messrs. Penn L
hEEUNO?MeSt3?E. 8. A J. J. Yarrtall, Thoma* John
ston, -?r. ocgi;tl.vi '
PHYSICIANS.
ALi- itKD jh;oiii;s, m. d.
BuiiiceopctiUic fliyaiciaii,
rruiovvd 1?N olli?e ai>U rc*l?lvncv,- aud permanently i
?ted iduiself at tlie corner of Kuurth and Quincey streets, ]
jpw the first Prekbytcriun Cliurch
fc Oi>icaUunaa;?Morning, from 7 to 9
I' Noou, " 1 '? 3
fcvtiilugs, 44 7 44 9
ill.L OP PIUCEb.?Por a single visit, 75cents; mcdicinc.
Bents. Por (no or n>ore vi?it* a itay, &u ceut*: medlcide,
P^eiit*. Advice at olUcer and medictue, from 'Jo to 50 ctn,
fid upwards, a* tkc case may be.
KUbkti trie cum-s Iroui to $lo.
e %'i?it* to the country, accoriiiug to distance.
?The above "Dill of Prices" 1* glreu becausc it is said mv
?argc* are mucii higher. my ?t-iyd
J ~j: w. Wheat,
r I I O M K U 1' A T. 1 11 S T .
i^VPPJCli?at residence ou^tarkel siren, o^pomU: tlie Post
t/_Omc?: - . ^ ^ ' ' fe!9
Medical.
\It. D. C. CRACItAPT tenders his professional services
\J to the citizens of South Wheeling and vicinity. . *
[ OFFICE directly west of Kenett** Hotel. nirS^m -
E. VARNJfciY,
[ it XK C f A V T Ult H It OF I
L'OPrEK, ???> ?v SUKtl'lltUJ ? Alt L, |
?Vu. t> J/UIH netir tf\t tWttkBfUgt, 1
H'llEtXlNp, VA. J
r Lambdiri, Bonham & Co. .
iVIHOlMA' \\ HI hl'INU. & e 1I4LNIX
PAPKll MILLS. 1
r \V IthbLlMt, VA. ^ o
[ Manufacture Prluth.g ami Wrapping Paper, Candle Paper,
Cotton Varn Pai>er, titcaiu Doat Paper,
Donnet Hoards, Pullers*
Hoards. Ac. ?
t M. -liF.TT iLY,
[Wholesale dealer iu Groceries,
>'or?iy? and Dominic Wines and Liquors, ?
No. 1S1 Wist wpk Makkkt Sqcakk,
(ma7:ljr U llEfcLINO, VA.
f?ri;ClJkUJCK. " S. U'CLALU-N, ja. . C. D. UUX I
M'GLAL^KNg At KNOX,
p%%'laolc?alc A Uitsii ttetiker* iu nil Islaciaoi
I Boots, Shoes, Leather, eto.
So. 1V0, Main *trcct%
^ IVIIKKHN'O. YA.
~tt. SKXT0.N77..i.U8KiL A. VAN SWKAmNUlC.N
ncx i un, > fcA I. A Ml I
FAN G k DUYGOUDS,
WIIOIjKSALK.
N?, it ftouth Fourth at.
I'JULA DELPIIIA.
W. F. Peterson,
time, MAWNE* IJiT'K INSUR'CE
j.\// i..i AOt&i:
?. - No. Muvkoic HtKKKT, Wmekiino, Va. .
ISLAND TANNERY.
liKKGKl! A- H O F K M A N ,
uanufactorkus or '
Every desoriptiouof Leather,
AND
Dealers lit Wool nutl Illdea.
tZor* liootn A o. 170, comer Market alley and Main strut,
WUEKLING, VA. ' ' >
r jyShoe'Pindlngs of all kinds on hand, and sold at very
t moderate terms. 1.
1 " J. TURTON,
Uounr. Mij*u ito?l Oiuaiucuinl l*aiutrr,
WS M ain, tAcra itcx MOxac* a.vd Umion sto. ? ? t i:
WIIKKUA'O, FA.
Banners and Plugs, transparent. Plain and fan
cy, eaecuted with neatness and dL?i>atcii, U raining, Ac. .
feb H i
?7 AVERY, .. .
Whaleanle nuil ttvtnll
Hat and Cap Manufacturer.
NO. IU MA1NSTKKKT,
WheoHn6, Va.
| EST"lf as on hand the largest Mid best assortment of Hats
Band Qaps of all qualities and sixes. jnll
iC C1 {ANGLK iSTCO.,
WJ/OLKSALS OUtQCXRSy
Forwarding and Commission
mkkjhanis.
CORN ex xoxane asin m ankkt srancrH, < ? ?
WHEELING. VA.
T. iWEENEY 6c SON,
(Scecissoits t? S?ratn ?11 ax)
MANVFACTl'KKlUi OF
FLINT GLASSWARE,
rkiua, Qufftaanrr. I amp?. 4iiraadslr?,'
l ublr s utlrry. Ae.
NuCS.'ltAlNSTKCET,
Wumreo.tA.
w. hKbiTr n,
xdVSE itTtxislrjxo' axd uouse
'KEEPING GOOD*
..1??-30 MOW'Q.E VA
Junu a., ootfsorp.
lOKOGBttX PROVISION STORK
' WATKH ST., NO. :il.
Wheeliup, Va.
ST. CLAIR HOTELV
frnaa*at.v rccasSGt aorau]
Corner or Prwn nnd *|, t'luir atrcrta,
Pittsburgh., Pa.
W. C. CONNELLY, Proprietor.
maylS
JOHN HOWELL,
DfcALElt UJ
BOOTS, SHOES. i
Vs. 17^.WaN!>l.
S. D. HARPER &SON.T"
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
hat?^|| asxJ?i^^?ds
No. Ii9 Main st. cornc^ofUn|on.
| U^ViumOpiuni (nev crop), jukt received afeligr ?al<
A. C. GOOD A CO.
medicines,
continue the aauie at the old stand,
or'uf MMc,Wb'?aIWt, Auij truju to nrerii aeoulUiuancc
"f.fewffuWleMJIb.rfllj be.to.ed on tin old firm.
...i.?,. '' retimml from the Eastern cities, and I, now
im pnwc on tn?. most-reasonable terina. \yr
A. g. c-oojt^ co.] ~
[SICCKSSKM TO JAMES UAKEK.]
Wholesale and Retail DragetstB,
Center qf Main and Jfonroe Street*.
WHEELING, VL.
soruneai of the Very hot irticUs in their line of business. ? /
A.C.0000*CO^/
, 9'JH\t~ ?;??;:? b.sweai:i>:ckn.
HEISKELL &. SWEARINGEN,
lirnlera iu ail kiu?l. of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
Corner of Market and Union .treets,three door, from 6fo.:
?- Wlckll&iuY Auction Room s,
?"?? ^ . ,|\VHEELIN'? VA.
W. at-J. STEWART, ?
mM'^icrtums or iu. kinds or
UTOVKW, 6KATK?i ?*I.O?/MI? IKOXN,
< u.lluUm for Tfare^binx .MncLlue.,
BOBTH BABTCOE. ItABKET SQL'ABB. (bbIDCB COUU.1
wiuusuna, K-i.
<v/7? jvviir ?e as jfo
HABCrACTCBKBB or
COPPER, TIN, ANI) SUEET IRON WARE
vrrchtxit ofmakkxtnqpabr.
? AVHliKLI NO. VA.
WholesalePaper WarahbuiE)^'
ilMN ST., xeaii qcincyst. ~!iT
LAMBD1N, ?ILBBRSON & CO.,
- O. HOBIXEOX ? fll..?D?WTTi CO.)
'\jL la PajSrV * *' conBtant,y on '?&*?d the follow -
STRAW WRAPPING,
rco WRAPPING,
- man:lda, toa AHO
2 ? ij CASt)l.i PAPER.
I*R?GQU>T8, COTTOJf FACTORT and HARDWARE PAPRB.
?nU
C. P. BROWN, ~
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WAXCIIES, JEWEL
RY and FANCY GOODS;
O. 13 8. Hornbrooks Building,
Mxlnlt, UkMltui.
LLP oas and WA TCIIKS carefully repaired.
GEORGE E. W1QKHAM.
auctioneer
A!Y?
COMMISSION MFF CHANT,
No. 180 Market Sqnaie,
J.S-dlj- ; | ; . WHEELjM.'VA.
??WjTAlXAKti it. ; | ' : -- , - . . A.TALLAKT.
L. S. HFLArLlIiK. > --T,..r,0*r
TALLANT & DELAPLAIN,
fr'OKM .tRUIKU
?AND?
Commission Merchants,
No. 29.Vain street, and So. 12 j/onroe Street,
: nT* ' " : ' ??' -? _? wu?ki.isa% va.
f- k Armstrong;
ACIildT AND OK1I.UK II*
IREAL ISST^TE,
Office corner of Main and Union streets,
_?i?Sr?_;lyd ???? ?:??. ? : WlJKKIJXCi, TA.
V B N 1 T I AN B It. I N D S h
George Roberts,
C"JO> illnlu ?t.
CONTINUES to manufacture to order (wholesale and re
J tail) a beautiful tvlay of
rcttiTiAM Window ulikpb - .
of every color and size, and at Kastorn prices.
Tiicue Minds ar?J superior to every other kind of Window
Blinds in use.
Call and examine spccimcns.
***? **??Old Winds .repainted, and trimmed equal
'? ? ' ? nrU'
I. M. PUMPKEVr.
EORWARDING it COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
MO. 7S :
J HAW SIlKKTT, OPPOSITE LIST A m)WKLL*3,
Wheeling, Va^
111*FKit TO ?
List & Howell, Whecllnjr, Va,
C: Jk ?: I>nvenport, llarneSvlllf.O.
Hurt,Sharer A Smith, Caiubi hi^e, O.
D. Appiecate, ZiUitsviile, O.
Price A Son, SmlthfieM, O.
? O. A. Zarie, llaltimore. fo27 t
U. U. JUkDAN. JSU, p. UlLVUkidr.
G R. JORDAN & CO.
PAPER MANUFAOTUUliUS.
0FF1CK ANI) WAItKllOt'SE,
."So. 7 0 .lluiu mi .
*1'" _ . w1/KEL1XG, VA.
Wheeling Savings Institution,
OFHI'K. IOJ M.tl\ KT.
/\ Ft ICE open from 9 o'clock,>.tu., until 8 p. m. Discount
V/ day?Thursday, 1?o'clock,a.m.
o?^r?cl,'-J?n IntercBtpaid
J. Cbuhbu khk, Alex. Rooehs, Alit. r?w>, A. N. Jniw
K ^fJsT?lH?CrOBA.>D' MaKSWI ADAM Firi'llNKB ANti 11,
M. KELSON, 1'rcBldeou
S. I BLOCH,
Importer an?l Dealer
In Brandies Wines, Gin, sec.
wholesale* RETAIL.
No. 6? OloDi oc
ap!3 Cm ... Wdebuko. Va.
J C. COLLINS, ,
Grocery, Feed and Produce Store,
N?. 1IS9 TllnrkrtMaanre, lVrm aide
Ir?p , WHLELINGj VA, ;
li K?Pcon?UuUy on hand ulikindttof >Ved,such as Oatw
iPh Cq",?Br?l"?Sht>rt**?*lp Stuffs, ttc.. Flour, Corn Meal*
l o?1'r.v. fcovlHion., Bnil Dried Fruit of >11
eerie?' ^ wI.th a compl?t? assortment or FamUj Gro
*3B^uh p*ld fc* com, Ml, Flaxseed, Dried Fruits,
Sheep Skins, hides, butter, eggs and poultry. ? apij
KLY DORSEY & CO."?
GHNEltAL
FORWARDING AGENTS,
NO. 49 MAIN "BTItEKt,
Wheeling, Va.
RAVINO KKMOVKD lothe bIiotc Hand, *c ?111 be plraa
April. ISM. yIa
MATHEW IVIoNABB; ,
DEALER IN" ? |
GROCERIES. FLOUK, MILli
Feed, Corn. Oata and baled Hay.
otmutIi tub io nusBrraiis ritcBrn, nun, btbbet
Wheeling
|yThe hlghMt pricc paid in Cash for Cotmtry P
DR. E. G. WINCEiELL.
DRXTiar, '
rl room? 1" nornlirooli'B ?,<
11 Mock, liaji ?|?ln at.,directly oxer O. P. bcorn'. }?w
elry store, *here he hopes to e*t?bU>l. I.lm,eir permanentlT.
V bu?lnt'M' "-"ron.hle clTtrRrS, ,o^l'
?nd faithful mbrk *l*?ys warranted, he hope, to secifrt a
share of patropayn*.
tJ?iV ^VrUI?r WAS ^ tI,e Dew mo?4?* of inirrtinf
Teeth, including. U-e ^Continuous Oun" work. Fiilinjr.
cleaning and crftract&nn done In the best and most faithful
manner. *,i i ?
aslmcz*' ror f"rth*r l-"'l<^ar. inqaire at
?jri4
WILLIAM HARE,.
Plummer ,nd Gas Fitter,
Cot*0?T? TBB XOBTlt.WBTBBa BAM,]
.flnin ?l.,
Wheollng, Va.
, U O O S E S fitted up with Water and Oaa. Order,
from th?country for Pipes and Puinj^ attended to at.hort,
J ? M . M'I''ADIN &CO.V
g?aafesaaeaaBi4.
?"W biu<taiciAL whuUtt',' i t J |
OSe?^!Hf?S{?r"V- era.n,4c.
l. a. f '
JOHN L. HARGREAVES,
itnion n.ii. i, n r ? i, ui n? m,
v.: . *o. W *iis smacr, wirmBC. ti.
nliolesale !*??.
Kru?he?^ Ac., ?r. ^ ?
w.oi.1 frUiui4; a^i the public r-nerrnv: c.n ? ^?Ve.
-^Wlr ^.SHAUOrVaVES.
fiBfeir.'oKshorta hi store Rnd Tor sate bv ^ .
?^ M ATI JEW McN A%)l?
W* Webster Bt. WWfCny.
_ BUSINESS CARDS.
?A- K T IP I O I AL T E fcT H
,h;
<J^^^^Mr.r.u?:icllir, /T*:n'Hl?i1,,^M^hfor each par
oJ'?fS2u" ?"?c?-u"= *>* f ?'e no^fur Teeth mth
? g?E{8?from ?ra t0 ?1M? *"?
? <?l'i'KU, TIN * Ml! fcHT IHOiV u'A HK
IManulaetory.
h.Ji !^NiKFLI- l?,r "" llh"'r"1 patronage heretofore
? rl^ r^ him- *W apbscriber would resiiect
L.S l tin- public generally,
' tf?"iani Vi'i^ """"^"ure lli.-Rbu ve nuniid
? hl-'!r *ar'et.v, nil of which he has al
Trry ;?? prk^ 1 "**orlwc"1 fur *hotesaJa and rcUU at
e,i"5?iV?nlira?-?.I,Sd'SSdd ?* S:?TU' ?fu? m?"W">T
Will continue to receive 111. particular at
*?">"?"w* ?-t
... E. VAUXET,
??-? Nrt 8, Main street.
J7~T^ .
N? , *17 Main street, Wheeling, Va.
Wholesale and Retail
HEALKit IN
n alrlsca.Clachis, Jrnrlrr Fauctft VnrlelT
<? oeda, It atlli 'lulerinl.,
TTS '?'*'? aaJ,'11 *">' ?<*cly to tnj stock, bolh In
^Terw K?toB departments, enable, jac;te
Watchmakers, Merchants, Fedlers.
""'i: J. T. SCOTT.
COMMERCIAL COLLGE
- COLUMBUS. O.,
I hf moat 1 horoujili uud l'ructical In.li
ilou iu the Wet.
.. ~ ? TERMS:
t.lXP C?"?, ftuAudtng all Detriments of Boole
adiatuk Ur'4 U l'enman*Jiip, invariably in
For J^Ul Course in ^'udic^JjeparimeiA.^jy.^ll^^l jju
Tit r3^P^,l^?,T0^ ^aKe .great pltjaaure In expressing
ti&^kv tor t ,e KratI^y,nK an'T unprfceodV6ttjd^ttc
w J^?jv,, ?arkcd th?^areer.of their Inntitution since
^ OHpituI, una stimulates the?u to re
"" <*>*>??" trMMng. The great pracUcaJ
cxijcrieuccjof the Principal, in heavy Bauking and Couuucr
S^'and accomplished gex.tle
"ig ohabled him to bring to ? decree of perfection a
v*! it^a-ROOM.Instruct i< ?u, by oral exercise!!,
?S8 . AI*V; OTHER INSTITUTION. KScli
"tutlcut, by this new process, is drilled at the DESK, frtdfttil
uully% step by step, until fifciftHWaertf "Die Whole routine
of an Accountant 6 dbtltfao* thorn ugldy as though he had
"freed, an apprenticeship in fume large Commercial
({UU*F aml l'lUB *" awkwardness; falterlntf/and egregious
blunders are, in a great uiensgr^ dissipated.
Iu addition to our engagement of accomplished Assist
urita, wc have^alrfo secured the services of sbrne of the
toplM1 "C rCr" ia Ohio?to ircture on commercial
h .?iir?CO?Ui*3e ?ir Inst?ction too extended to particularize
connected with DOUBLE
.ifiSJSLvSSu . ? ?* INtJ, witli free and full discussion of
rinciples?Lectures upon Commercial History,
T'imlhllor?voT Eui,ncnt Commercial-?Ien, Commercial Oe
p"V v ?muierc ?a. proUu^. Commercial Calculations
liSi Economy, Mercantile Law, Ethics of Trade, Part
ucrsnlj), sc. '
Till! LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Jj:rt,re rect-*ptIon of La.lle., No Ihilltution In
Utf.Ocpartml'nt?1 * th"ra^h or '?""rating count-In
In couclmlou, ir? would add, that wc ihall put forth our
l,g mtrit in a itl!! uiure emliK-nt dejfrce, the flat
/" W? *hlch our euterprlne has ini-1, atu/ ire
J ^ -impart a inore thorough, practical
met??nK ,bC n',"y r?coiuwcudatloni, we glre tliu follow
"\*'?, the unilerslgncd, t.te pleasure in
art personally acijualiited wltli sir. Ot&^Su awfitJ
Accountant, and Teacher or Uook Keeping, which is of the
highest order. He has had great experience as an Ae.
SuSftBti|U tlL;1T> Commercial and Dankiiig Ubuiesl which
ln , imparting a PnictOxit
aiZZi!hm. " thorough. Commercial
I. J. A1.I.KN, IX. D.,
, ? . President of farmers'College.
LOltlN' ANDKKWS, , i
President of jKenyon College. I
.iT?.l oun" mrn w,1? *'?'i to Ki-ijulrr a "liutinr** A'dncu
Jf".'.. wt "'Ink It alTnrtts fscllitlli very seldom equaled ?
, has tile run; qualiiicationsof theoretical knowl
edge and aptneaa In teaching, added to' practical Counting :
??' feel coufldent that graduates from
-?.SLt^rwyf^^y ?woP*?ePt to keep llie most compii
h l>- ?^y,^?*v,il,l'??le*nd nrtalfiilerchant.
J v ,V ?*??>" Uoard of Control, State Bank or 0.
n AfrtS tK K^rrrarl.i T. Woodlmrj's.
? n* % S?,' ^i,"'VKie|,crcli":o" Bank.
r u uiiw' t z Coluuibu. liiu slid Coke Co.
C- B. MASON, Book Keeper at J. U. Riley k Cd.Ts.
|^~For full particular.4. ttend for circular.- ?,
. . . GItAXGKli dc AltJISTftOXG,
1 L ? , ? . Proprietors.'
Baltimore
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
RBBja '? ">? -paclou!. New 1IALL, No.^101 Ba*U.
" populir">" ^5^ iriuir
SSsasssssssdwS
" ??
tar For particular, write and receive a circular by mail
sdSI .^K;{Cfl*JIBEWiIN,
--1 ;? ?? - i , ^?-. Prealdcnt.
&JW^SnKfper.
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
TTINo 'purchased the Roolc; Stationerv and Wnli t>..
y ,heJJ|p oj^ /(*!*i^^Mai n*slreenil
* J? *W PurP?5e keep constantly on hand a full ami
ta^Cash paid for Ragt. . T
a"19t'': _ '^O-ORR.
T TA^K^Tt?i4 r?Mnns.
T^e^V^e^id^'me.4 ?f ?*? P?
JSO H. THOMPSON-.
?vvW.tian'" notice.
rT J,'N? rld my "tore with the In.enUen or learlngtt.l
am dealrotta of clo^intr ud rov Iln?ka _ ,,,i
Ss?s??a3!?dSaa^K
^*y>" - Julis 11. THOMPSON.
Sundries.
1 1 fl 8ACKS of Rio CoffW:
liu t tierces Rice;
s bbls. Pulverised C XII A
? " Crushed
8 M Soft Crushed Sugar;
8 hhds. N. O. Sugar;
10 boxes Chocolate?
40o lbs. Racy Ginger;
I'ipe'*;
SO W bhu0' 3 ?"^!um M?ckerel;
? S5 boxes No. t H.rriag;
w boxes No. 1 lierring;
II) bbla. Prime Kasu rn Herring; "
Just received and for *alt- bv
r ^ ALEX. TURNER,
Mciodfon Buildinrs. Mate >t.
Sundries.
230?,D^:pic"uuJ,,vri*ri
?g: Pure^oumlcj^
"*v
Just
ly?*4t%?Tg|
delta w 5A.LKX; jfKNER,
*???. TUKIIEI, >%
Melodeon building \r-.in .?
TRANSPORTATION.
Cincinnati, Wilmington and
Zanesville
RAILROAD.
0 r E N T II R 0 U G n.
DIRECT ROUTE TO CINCINNATI AND THE WEST]
Two PnMeuiier Train* JDaily eurb vrny.
ON and after Monday, May 26th,train* will run as follows
(Sundays execpted)t5:'? ? j!
WESTWARD.
Leave Express. Accommodation
Zanesville.^...:. ?.:. ... 6:15 A. Mi 8:vo P. M
New Lexington.....:9:25 11 4:10 44
Lancaster ...lu:5io " 5rt0 44
Circitville.. ...,ni;40 P. M. C:?0 "
Washington.. 1:?5 44 7.JJ0 "
Wilmington....' 2:15 " 6:40 *?
gWjjy' ??uwsim.ftjjft????*??
Arrive xa Ml. M.
EASTWARD.
Leave Express. Accommodation
Cincinnati.^......., ...Ui 0:00 A. Mi *8:80 P. M.
Loveland *' "
Morrow 7:24 " 5:80 41
WilrJjingiori..U .>.A...>.>...,6,1* ? *80 44 rV
Washington. 8:44 44 7:30 U
New Lexington .11:25 *4 lo:i0 44
Arrive ZanesvUl* ....12;8V P--1^0? ,
The 4:15 a. m. Tr?fn leaves Zanesville on tftearrlvafof the
4:50 Train on 0. O. R. R. from Wheeling, and arrive* in Cin
cinnati at 5:04 r. u.
The 8:00>. m. TralttbAve* ZanesvJlteon.the afrival of the
11-.45 A. M. CTalft on O.A>. R. R.froin Wheeling.
This Road is located through the most beautiful part of
Ohio, passing through .NfW Lexington^ Laijf a?iv?? ^rcle
at b .
and at Lovelund with trainsfor HiiUborough a
Line* of Stages and Packets make connections for all lm.
r. ,,,U?E,,S?,,
fc4T The Omnibus Line calls at all. the Hotel?, and upon?
notice left.wlth 11. OrndoriT, two ea?t of the $tacey
House, will call for passengers in any part of the city.
inySO?dtf :
FREIGHT DEPARTMENT.
Cinoinnati, Wilmington & Zanes
ville Railroad.
"\,f"ERCHANTS,manufacturers, and th? public generally,
*-?X uro ??-i.-by respectfully Informed that the C. W. & Z. It.
R.:Company is now prepared to rcoctvo and forward freight
(from the temporary Station in Zanesville, on Second street:
mirth of Main,) to Cincinnati, . Morrow, Wilmington, Wash
ington, Circleville, Lancaster, New Lexington and 'Interme
diate Stations. Particular attention will also he given tothe
forwarding .of .Freightdestined for the >Vest in .accordance
with the wishes of consignors, whpthcir l>y Railroad or the
River from Cincinnati!
Freight will be received and delivered during the winter
months from 7 A. M. to 4 P. M.; 'during the summer months
from,7A. M. to 5,1
with their patronage, mny
gltWg tsvery attention
the Company, or
" n. 5Yc :0?o<rr?VPr?ls?H Apenf,
Taigltjfe t 'J. y, M ? ^ufj'uic-.gQptojj
rX tT CHnhjre if Time!
CLEVELAND AXII T'lTTSBUllGH KAILKOAD.
U. S. MAIL DAILY LINE
?JCTWKKX
Wheeling and Pittsburgh.
. THE fine side wheel pas
j se/tgfcr.'stfcan&r FORE?$T CI
TY, Cnpt.' Qeo. D.Moore,ami
JDlURNL.Capt. Asa Shepherd!
will rup dally between Wheeling and Pittsburgh?the Forest
CUy leaving Wheeling cVeYy Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day; and the Diurnal every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 A. M., arriving at Wellsville in time to connect witli the
Cleveland cars, and at Pittsburgh in time for the morning
line East. Returning?the Forest City lerve* Pittsburgh ev
ery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ami the .DiurnhleVcry
M-; orrlT"'1?'
For freight or passage apply on board or to
8. (5. BAKER * CO; Agefits.
55?~Through Tickets for Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, De
troit; Milwaukee, Chicago, Buffalo and. Dunkirk, sold at the
ofllce of 8. C, lluker & Co : ' fb5
STEUBENYILLB Ai\D WUEELLS'U
PACKET** y. . ? . -
flue steamer C0NV0V, Capt. k. O'Neal,
OCl, will ran as a regular packet between Steuben
vllle and Wheeling, connecting with the Steubeuville and In*
? liana Railroad nt ^teubenvllle, and with the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad at Wheeling.
LeaVeft StL-ubenville at 8 o*Mock, A. M., and Wheeling at 2
o'clock P.M.
Pop fr-irl.t or navcaee. annlv on hoard. ai>4;nm..
New Arrangement
THE WHEELING AND PARKERSBURGU
MAIL PACKET
.COURIER, !
JnmM ll. Kobvi-is, matter,
Will leave Wheeling every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
atlo o'clock, A. M., to? Parkersburg; connecting at Mariet
ta with the steamer UL'CK, running from Marietta to Zanes
ville:' aud at ParKershurg wrth tlie steamer FASHION, run
ningifrom I*arkersbnrg to West Columbia, Ya..
Returning:.wlllleave Parkersburgevery Monday, W?lues
day and Friday, at 5M o'clock, A. M.;
Freight will be received tot* any point on the Muskingum
between Marietta and ^anesville, and for any point on the
Ohio between Wheeling aud West Columbia.
Jgg ... - -
]V/lEELIXG,t PA mCERSIimtG PACKET
)
Incsdays and
" Leave* Parkersburgh; Tuesdays, 'Thursdays and ?atur
days, at 6 o'clock P. M. DecO V?4
"TrHKELlSG, OINCINNATl k LOUIRTII,!.* yACKETT"
? - The.new" and Rplendld'steamer
W. O. WOODSIDF.,
Capt. J. K. Booth,
???M will run aa,a regular packet t? the abov
and all intermediate iJorts1. '
.For Freight or passage apply to
?g2? . , - ; - S. O. BAKERk CO., Agents.
WE have now In stcre tlie following make of Bleached
and Brown Cottons, in all wWtlu?. which we wdl sell
at prices as low as can be bonjsht In th? city :
1 case Semper Idem, (Blea*d.)
2 44 Water Twlit, do
.1 44 , Phceulx,; . do
1 41 "Arllck', (Exlri^ n^Avy) do
Ahio, a large-supply of "White Rock," N. T. Mills, and
| Inlose celebrated Housewife Cotton.
BROWN GOODS.
1 B*le 5-4 "Nevers uk"
* 44 4-i "Conevtoga",
?v- -W aterjoo'*
cli. Towelling D
*lTuisKELL,k SWE ARINtffek.
<!J30NNKT^!
JUST OPENED?? cases of Bonnets of the following kinds:
Sfrdit Straw, Swiss Straw, Tuscan, $rillieniand Braids of
the^faie^t styles;YOr ialeby thedozea fcr retail^ at a lowe
figure than e^er before seen in Wheeling.
ALSO?Neapolitan Bonnets; ' ?
40 boxes lluches?latest styles;
8 ps. Straw Skirting;
2 pA Neapolitan do;
* \Vhhku Bloude, 4c.!4c.' * ' ^ '
At wholesale and retail by
?y^u,- ? . y ? ?- ? ? /gONE k jWOMA8.
Isatest^ews.
- o. ClUFVBTn. Aurlkonneet,
?QjATE OP|WA8HINOTON CITYa D. C.)
J> ESPECTFl'LLY announces t^tlie citizens of Wheeling
JLV and vicinity that he will open his KtW AUCTION
ROOMS en Main street. No. 1-1,2d door from Union street,
?.llallowcll A Wiley's Old stand), on Tuysday next, Oct. 21st.
Supplies expected from the East. This house will be con
ducted on the Rules Which regulate the tktt establishments
of the kind tn the East
Cooiiignmchts solicited. Sales of Real and Personal Es
tate attended to. Qiiirk Safes, prompt remittances and close
attention to business In all casts. . ... , . octlC
Powder.! Powder!
M RE ILLY has constantly In magazine, a good supply
? Dnpont's superior Ride, Sporting, (in cannisterd),
Blasting, both for reck and coal, which he will sell either by
the quantity or single package. as?iow as It can be had In the
West.
Railroad contractors'And others using large quantities,
rill do well ?n call.
I ')< )A Ibs pnre and fresh gronnd Pepper,
OVIU 50 lbs Al?|>loe do do
lOOIbspure do do Ginger,
??<V?Ad^3r7aiB
12u0 lbs Creaxo. TortaTr, Krwind from the Chrystols,
warranted pure and for sale by
tiatT ua.g.1
IVelier.
TIIE undersigned having been appointed administrator ?i
the late Wm. Charnock, hereby requests all persona
knowing' th?iuselves' indebted to e9ld estate or to the firm ol
i 'W?. k J. N. Chamock to come forwanl and make immediatt
settlement. JOSEPH CHARNOCK.
aep27 ~ ^ ^ ' ~ j
T HE l.i w partnt^si"i?pex^ ting l-ie:*??--?n Shi-undersigned ll
this day dissolved.tg- mutual consent.- Each will prac
Uc"*,'"?^)K 3-fio z.JACOB.
dc27 J. H. PENDLETOif.
' fJS&CI/JSS?}nst received and for aale by
2
w. A. EDWARDS k BRO.
TTTnEREAI. OIL?0 fcbU. for : S
OthbOW>*I<xi.
j l?r.L>lllS?w?il, P.ici.Vmmbh.ic. foViaJt bT"
j-" *vn.- : A. C. GOOD k CO.
W 'u>-uo k'e*
INSURANCE.
; The'Citizens Fire, Marino and
INSURANCE ^COMPANY1
of w'iiKit 1.1 N o
OFFICF/NBXT DOOR~TO THE M- A M. DANK,
rpni^ Company Is now fully organised and prepared to
X Issue Policies, at the moat liberal rau-i, on Fips^MAt
buk and Island ri*ks.
DIRECTOBS:
Andvr P- Wood?, Wm. MeQpy,
\Vpi. W. Sitriyer,
Ju. R. Baker,
! Jwe. C. Achfcsou, . L.
Mcfio
Jol.n M.TJatthcws, John List,
Si Del?
rwr. r. pKTPtsna.Secretary.
daplaiti. . Joliu F. ifopklM.
L. 8. DEL A PLAIN. President.
?1?1
II
I'Xltli s?2>?D ML^KUNJci
INSURANCE AGENCEY,
WHEELING, YA.
OIVAIID FIRE AND MARINE INSL'ttANCE CO., OF
. PHILADELPHIA..
CliAH'i EU PERPETUAL.
Incorporattrd by Aci ol ilit- Lryiklaliirc of
reoUMflrauiu..
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, *OiH>,Ot:Ot FULL
AMOUNT SUBSCRIBED.
!?.- .Itxcattd. wt fiAkncni .
First Bonds and Mortgages on Proper
. ty In the City of Philadelphia, ..JISS.OOO
(Stocks'worth* par,-.;-.'.'/. .*..V. .... .2??,Un)
Cash ou liuud, bl,itM)
I Amount secured by Stock Notes, Hhi,0?iO
Amount of.fctock >luc ou Call,.. "1,710
THIS COMPANY EFFECTS INSURANCE OJi
. Buildings, Merchandise,Furniture, Luiul>?r, Ac., on Y<a?.,
?fvl.", Cargo and Freight, to aU Ports,luid'by Railroad, LaktfA,
j and Rivers, at the lowest Rn(ts, and upon the most liberal
Terms: guarantying Prompt Payment on the adjustment of
[ l*OMCA.
, Perpetual Insurance at Uifaal rates.
E. B. SWEARING EN,
[ ... . Agent forthe State of Virginia.
| Office Uhlon Hail Bandings, West side of-Main St.? -Jud
I -V?' Nt.W> Bank. ? ? augtf
Insure your Property.
a.vi) .sa ve rovit kah.uxgs jir JASurtisa
YOUK I.IFE. t.
Wm. T. Selby, Insurance Agent,
. Will takv;Firu and Marine risk* in the lururauce Company
of .the Valley vf Virginia
! Capital $:it>0.000
j all paid in, and Invested with surplus. -j: *--?
I \\7 ILL also take apidicatiuus for Life Policies, in the
?1 UhlledStates'Lue Insurance Annuity and Trust Com*
| pan.v of'Philadelphia.
AsseM/>^...,.%...J..*V, .., f5JI.1ti8.42
.Estimated Value of Annus'U Premium.... .. ..V. SSi),^v1.iKS
aug9 ' Offic* at Tallant k Delaplains Wore Main St.
- 7 '-fiiE - - "-i ?' ? ?
J5TNA INSUUANOK COMPANY
? OP IIAMFOllD, CONN.
iNr.anpuiu'1'KD, .u i v igio. . \
WITH A PEKI'ETUAL CJIA UTKIt?CAS11 CAPITAL ALL
PAID IS,
5 00,0 0 0.
ONE of ths oldest and best institutions 'iu this country,
continues to take ritks'upon the most'favorable terms.
Apply to
K. D. SWtAItlNOl'.S, Agent
for Wheeling and vicinity.
OFFICE?Union Hall Building, Main street
j.ili?11 y
HOMErKlltliJi AN? MAHLNL-:
lASUlLtljS OK VOAll'AX i .
[OFFICE NO. 4 WALL STREET, N. Y.]
THIS Company is owned and managed by some of the
wehlthieot and best merchants in the city, of New York.?
' For particular* enquire of W. F. PETERSON,
' jn8 ?' Agent fur Wheeling uti'd vicinity.
ATHENAEUM FIRE OFFICE,
.. London. '. .
lITIIOnl/KU CAI'ITAI, ?'J,?flO,OUO.
Available Capital 01,284,300.
VtriLL TAKE any and all fair Fire Rliks at a reasonable
VY rate.
, Losses are adjusted and promptly paid without r rference
| to London.
For further particulars enquire .of
WM, F. PETERSON, Agent
for Wheeling and vicinity.
OFFICE next door to theM. k M- Rank,, . . . mh? :
Valley of Virginia
FIRE: AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Wni. X. SeIl>y, Agent at Wheeling.
/^FFICE?at thestoreofTallantA Delaplain, Main street,
tas&WiV&.MWViAA}'
boats.Stores, Dwelling, Ac.
:r?REFERENCES^
J. JL Baker, ? '-/ Tallant A.Dulnplain,
Tho*. 11. List, D. Lauib,
Norton, Acheson k Co. G. lianiinan,
S. Brady, . S. C. Baker k Co.,
List k lfowell, O. W. lleiskel! k Co.,
septl'J
i against at
?n'rivers
. Il^^UKAIVCiE;
T1IE I-'IRK AND MAHINK IKSITRANCE COM
PA NY OK WHEELING.
Incorporated 1831.
I npAKES risks at the lowest rates oii-Buildings of all kinds
. JL Steamboats, Furnitur.e and Merchandise, and ?1'
dangers attending; tlie Transportation ?r Goods
'seas, lakes, canals and railroad*.
DIRECTORS.
R. Crangl-, S.Brady, Rob*tMoriikoh
Saiu'l Neel, Wiu. Fleming, J. W. Gill,
Dau'lLatnb, RobtPattcr.-i?u, Sand. Ott.
ROBT. CRANGLE, Pres't.
I R. W. IlARDi.no, Scc'y.
j ^rr Appiicationafor Inturanco wlR be promptly attendee
I toby the President and Secretary.
1 Wheeling, Jan. 2S.1S53.
McCLAIiIi^BN'S, KNOX & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
ItootM uud !9hoe<i, IlIeuM and Boys' lints
and 4'npw
AT TilR WELL KNOWN STAND OF THE
BIG 1*1?T) 13 OCT.
WE are now receiving, from our Eastern Mnnulacturinj
Establishments, ol?e of tin? largest and best manufaetu
red aS.iortracnt of Boots rind' Shoes, for Fall and Whiter wear,
ever offered in this or any other market. They have beer
manufactured to. order, according to our own directions, an<
are intended expressly for retailing. To our regular ensto
mers, and all others who ihay favor us with a call, we cai
oiTeran unusually large variety of Boots and Shoes, whicl
we guarantee equal in quality of material and worinanship t<
those manufactured In this or any other part of the Unltei
States. Our stock wiB be found to consist,in part, of the fol
iowlhg seasonable good:
NO. 187.
1,000 pr men's kip boots, womks's ostrraa, mxvr
1,000 do do thick hoots, oaitbk?, etc.
1 ^It>0 do do calf boots; 200 pr women's gaiters,
1,000 do do water proof do 400 do half goiters,
mks'h aaofciaa
500 men's calf hrogans,
I 1,000 prime k p do
1,000 do thick do
1 I,o0o low priced do
both' bootku*.
500
500
5^0
do
do
do
walking shoes,
pegged shoes,
kid busklos, slip
pre. -rn ..
MIB8KS BOOTB8, BUSKWB,
BTC., *TC. .
1500 pair boys thick b>oote<?, 5*^0 tnorocco lace,
'BOO * "do do kip do 3o0 do k!p_ do
800 do do csdf do
Totrra'a boots.
500 pr youth's calf boots,
8A0 do kip do
11500 do thick do
B0T8 AND TOCTHB BBOOAXd.
ltMK? prbfcys'-kip brogans,
do K calf d?
???0 do kid and moroc
!" co buskins.
150 do black, bl?.? an
.;; I bronzed gaiten
CHII.DBKK'H BUOTLKS.
1500 pr fancy bobtees.
1SD0' do thick ~ do' 20<J0 kid A morocco
1000 youths . do . do 1500 children's peg'd," ,
600 do kip do 1000 clitldren's goat. "
500 boys and youths talfdo 1500 do colored 44
WOMKH'a LACK B0DT9, ' ?JC* SnOZS,
500 tnorocco lace boots,, lOOOl^lrs men*', ladles an
1000 calf do " chihlrtro's Gom Shees.
600 kid do hats abd caps.
1500 kJp do 400 do* men men* plush caps,
800 * * wool hats,
BAJfO BOXSS.
800 wood baitd boxes.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended ui
we solicit A continuBflTft Wft/rtBtne.
ep25 McCLALLENS, KNOX + CO.
Laughlina &. Buahfield,
Wbolr.nlc l)ru(||l.L..
So. 25, Jlohrpe'Street,
ARE rcctlTlnF Uirlr Fill rtr.ci ot Driire, Patent M. ttldne
PAlnu,Otl*. p-:rfumerj .nil K.ncy articles Ac., to whlc
the attention ot Dcaltri 1. Invited. In ouc.atock- may I
round: "" J A " - "r ? ? * r
k7i>*? Iba Gum Camplior, 1,000 lbs Cream Tartar,
1,00V " Brimstonew
2,000 Epsom Salts,
2,WOO Sal Soda.
500 " Gumarabic,
500 lbs Pepper,
4d0 M All?i>ice,
8?A) " Cuuiamoa,
2,000 *t BK Curt So.ta,
l,000;u Soda Salarattis, ,
600,M Fl?i/Sulpinir,' 4
-wc?,
800 " Saltpetre,
ibe Sicily Licorice,
100 ??Cat; Licorice,
".Cloves,
8o0 M Ctuuamoa,- 500 M.Llovt?,
1W " Nutinega, 1?bw OrM Ctpnamon,
Ma) - Ma.tar.1, Itf '? " 'P-ft*#''
*Ou K Rauc Olnxcr, ?).<loa HuOarJ.
MED1C1NK&*' Mr*
AyreN Cherry FeetOral;
Batchelor'r Hair Dye,
Javne's Medicines,
Conklin*? Halve, McCltatock's Metlicicc?,
Uo'llowav *s Pills, HamptonVTiactare; :
lloRoway'* Ointment* ? -JUlley'# Pain Exiractor.
Hood a nil's German Bitter*, and *vc*y otiur wviteti*
Thoutsou'a E.v< WaWr,
. SO lbs Quinine,
.Tannirl,
So M Chiniocune,
. : 20 >* MorplUae. r
..^ .?*, Cmcl?vba,ui, ?: v
10 " Cldoroform,
CUKMICALS.
Ui O ? ?me 1,
V. " B > t Msaa,
It"
i;
0 " Limes. Tr
All of which wr gurrantes to give satisfaction in bo
qaaBty and price..; *\^
ft rat sprI?K
Watches, Jewelry, 8iiverwar?
&C. &O.USUiKaoiisi";
j iji g-QQi'rpt g
\-rrvr and ii.lendm itoca?far eacccdlng In beauty, t
lN ectlencc, variety ?n<l eheapnea., any he haa heretofo
ofcred h,. Sri. INST.,
To vblcti he rwvecttelly mv?? tbe .tfcotioo of tbyjj
?Twaaffiwatiawagsir
Virginia Central Railroad.
ORANGE AND A ri'iXANDHIA
IUILROAU.
Qre?tNorttloru ?ud-Southern Mail Route
>0K A.\l> WESTER^
IP *%:
_ Arrive at Richmond1:30 p jr _nf1 , .
niS'fnd *1,CU ",'uuSh b?w?n'nich
NDHTI1KKN AND SOL'TlltUN MAIX. Llv. .iT. 1 ?,UlAT
mm^m^ssss
saOtsmmamsss':
uSJreD^purt. ra*8' '? W??Ii!?Kt.u or.U,. Bal
,?2fc"4?- "yma" 1.ln* " "J!'${?M .u.mboai
" *' **?*M*?W Rich*
Sandusky, Mansfield &. Newark
.KiA.!!!, Q .a i)
_.. . _ Change of Time.
o^esag^^a-r-.
KV.S-:V::::::::::::;:;::;St"r?- jSs#?,
MkIIiv June . ?? "
Matuo^iit :::::::i.^ ..
3r$g*?: *;M
Utl'ca *????? " 8:00 ?
Stesf#:: 1:52 -
gox>.'g"nokth.
u S-|?..
:: si a
Kearl, Sandusky gi&'.&S ? 9 W ?'
slk^SSiSiSS1?3S^
iiilipssss
? RtJIaMOeW Junctinn kKK i,vn;^. #. . " . *
.?' *W connect at Newark with Rxtiresa from
Express for.Toledo suul
steamer Bay City for Detroit ana CIUcVbo.' ' wltl"1'?
s.Ddu.ky.Aog^. isM. J- w" WEB,%^;
Wale?' "* ln U"Mr ta" 'of rlSl *na
,V75J?od*' tgrii?i?ii'n?d MillincrrCoo.U
wl*i?h arfdXT l?U.*^re$t '!d Second Kail VurellAaea,
"WW ""?? ^ pre
850,000 WORTH OP GOODS
3sSm?&S?IS$s
at rkta,l
fc?? "?*'*w"? or their rapidly laoreoiinr Trade thfr
In thfe? stoekinay.be (bund fully
IS l<k<j& flnret Imnorted,
8,t'
?? r>nrgcrtrlDl'nt,Lof
#*?ey have laid Iti their Btd6k with a View to a ctn?er V-??K
~rJ?lCy ftel confldeiit that they can offer Indaeetainti. to
^?SSsr-!??35
^T.li ?" ?" L*!"J' Prlme Li" 8?x< Featbcr..
n ^ WASHINGTON HALL.
Book. 1 rriodicnl. Vnnij Cud. and ^lu.ic
STOI*
misS^'SS
'Ska&mmg&y&t
l.rJar^ML^,"'"' ' Br"",';U and Bvads. Pock.t Cat*
al|Athr"h Morel* and
?II th? Dopular rfartlnR of the'dan li.larrn bar lloiJE?
BssaA^i^p
j^B^SseSsSS
j"1*li0? ""1 ilclodtom to let.
M B. y.Tnmvf
a 'e. Harness and Trunk Manufacturers
TTAviV &*#&&&' Stir** ?/ CM,.
lT Vn Dr.vi<>. i ^,U *;- Be te auortment of
'?w?lP'0 C*rt """"i" "?"??^-rUUan.j koS-'
mad rr"e
: g?EPMAHi> * Ml.Rr.A V
Wliite Beaver Hats.
? vryll^t aod
? '"tl ? <>??-?*i>^Mmi?iii? ,
v? uuj">- ??"?.? Wioaiuro;: : ?
liUl'a. :
._''.C_- . " 31. KKILLT
?B9ga^gwa^2gSs
f /-v.0,?EY,!u''-"'
^KUrnira.?l.^tti, Comb, Hair aud .Nail ttxin. loraalj
,U#S__J ., ' rCSDENPCKO * EOBIBTP '
OO -W. ??. D.r^- H.lo JU^.i.S
'? *** TWOTOIQ! A HABUKX
CITY" business: "
* ; Writing Fluid.
jnrrlorJMmM 7..1- l. >
to bankers and rucrchantr loT.Cluclrn;
burgh* Buffalo, Cleveland, prtroU, ,Te_
Vltteennes, India aapolfe,' Era^vlUc, Frar
panraent, of Kintnckr. Tcnncw? and MtwMnpl. ' ?<hAa
l.Ven three fir?l cl*M Diploma* at the Mr<&amea Iu?t>tulM?
Clccinnatl and LootaTflM and tour Wplomaa jrriii Prtfr a?
dali at Bute Fain held last Fan In New York, Ohio. .Indiana.
and niiitSi.. ii.jo .*n.n?0<ut ,<wduc<|:?W
The following merchant!, Iwoker,. Ac., in WhejUnft ??*?
(nforv (Ulnft Arnold*! RncllaH Ink, hate purchased J. '? l*ut
"^ss^ss^m isaf * <&&&
ank of WheeUnjr, Bank of Wheellne Cr?cent M?nuX?cU?->
?^>untyj National Trje
M.i?vuw; iwiumopu *h* OMe? Railroad Office; McLor*
1 louse: Kelly. HoUoway A Co.; RasseQ A McAfee; Gordon,
Matthews A Co.;'T. tfweeney k Son; D*?ne Jk Cowfcfll; Ott k>
Boyd; Boyd A-Ott; Oliver Pry or; J a*. 11. iitout k C*.; UbV- .
din.GilbersonA Co.; Prwi."
yeatman^nm,^^.
w a.
>> ? G^o^ery, cq^er/of^l^f ket and Qa nry ?;rrets, aa
folloWs: *??.'; '? " * " '
Rio Coffee, . , Sardines, J
Roasted Coffee, Oorh Stafdli.
Ground : 44 ; : VsjaUla Chocolato,
Extract " Cocoa,.
Java '?? ' ?rojns, ? j
Imperial Ten, Farina,
-Yourig lfyso'n-TeA,- ' '^Vermlcella,- ? '-?
? ^^smssm
Breakfast 44 Prodi rttrawberrlea.
Rice, Jgrefh Peaches,
English Split Pea*, ^TPi'esi'rvedOInger,
Rice Flour, / -.Lthnon Syrup,
No. 1 Mackerel, bbls k hJt?? St^awlnrrry Byrup,
IrUh Salmon, Raspberry 41
Potomac Herring, A general aasortin't of sptsea,
' Scotch 44 ? Essences and oils.
Cucumber Pickles, Filberts and<Citrons,
Mixed * 44 Falkirk k Harvey's Scotch
Walnut Csltanp, * . Ale, ? ?-?/. h- i
Touiato *4 Pine Cigars,
Worcestershire Sauce, Johnson's fine Lump Chewing
; American Mustard,-.., _ ..Tpbacco..^ ru-.^t ..j
French 1 ?* ' ' ? Hatdaroid.
. -.- SSyUie above - stock has ? been ? carefully selected In the
1 Eastern markets, and we invite our friends arid the public
to call and eafai^ilne;'M;we are prepared to sell at the lowest"
, market prices. , -
m>9 : '>'<?< W.'A.EDWARDS k BRO.
CHIOKiiltlNG'S PIANOFORTES
-i OPENFD THIS bxr, and tfow ready for
j*fg;~3#Jw??saIet a fresh auptdv of Clilckerlng A Sons cel
1 J ti ^I 1 cbrated Piano Fortes, of beautiful Black Wal
1 i J- M, niu and Rosewood finish, and for brilliancy of
tone and lightness of toud), cannot be surpassed plther in thU
country or Eur??jn.-,and art* offered ut tlie lowest manuTactu
rerp pricea, Including carriage, ?
Also, Prlncc i'.Co.V Mcloileons, new style, withiW! anil
half awell- nf ??- ?? -
?- vcicviaica uunar>i
Italian, French and GcrtfiarPYiminB, Ylollncellos, Flutes,
Fifea* Banjos,-Tamborlnes, Tuning. Forks, the .best ItaUan
Strings, with all other articles in the music line, and a gtue
ral assertincntot.Tartety Good#. f 4i C-'
Wholesale and retail at the old Music and Variety Store,
No. 26 Union street. -
n?>8 , .. , JAB. MEI.LOR^
L.V1?1K5> .V <JKMX.Kil hN?X-VK^ NUX1CKI
flNE PPKFUMERIES.
WE have Just received a large assortment of oholsi
Perfumeries and, Toilet Articles, comprising:
Pomatums; French and American Malr Oils;
Lubin'sExtracts for .the Handkerchief;
Baziu*s 44 , St) varieties;
Oriental Drops; . '
44Odturs**?ne* and rich styles:
' Stlck'Pom'atdms^
Cosnietlc Crcaas and Powders;
Tooth I'APte*; ~
Toilet Waters},
Imported Colognes;
Aromatic Vinegar;
.Milk of Noses;
? Toilet Boapo?a great variety.'
For sale by . T T. U. LOO AN k Co. f
my 14 " ? ' " ' Brtdg?f Corner Druggists.
_ D HUG S AND MEDIC IN ES. ~
FUNUENBKUM KOljKK'rti
NP. 1. WASUlN(iION IIALT^
Wiieeling, Va.
Y^rOULD respectfully Inrorm tin- public that they are now
Drugs nnii Medlclnefl, sii^ wfll always hnviTon hand a sv^V>
rior article of all kiudar-^o?rrafU<J/fn*. The following are
Some of the articles in'itirc J'
Ferraicd Tlnct. Bark, BjmV* mann/actqre.
Coil Urer Oil, Baker's manufacture; : ' .
Chloroform, Suijihuric Ether.
Coutrdtkm^-'vtffjr *mpcrfof'article. ? ?
AncnltcOfQuiuine; Bruela.
Wines and .Brandies-for medical'nss.
to., Ac-., Ac.. ajU
| ' Hair, TMlk nt><I Sail limtliea.
Mosqnlto Fans;
Fancy Puugepts and Match Safes;
Porte Monniflei; "**
1. .. ComU^rratlrarietle-;
India Rubber Goods; .......
With a complete assortment of'Druggists FSney ArtJelea.
For sale by 11. LOGAN A CO.,
? my 14 Bridge Cor. Druggists.
7 RARE en,VNCE F()k baroains: Ff
SAVINUS BANK STOltK
I I'OK HALE. .
1 'THIIE-proprletor of the Savings Dtok Btow, comer ?jf Mar?
1 X ket und Monroe sts.. Wheeling, Va., wishing1 to cttangc
I his occupation, and^tt being necessary to closfe. his business
during the present year, offers his entire stock of Boots,
blioeis, llatb, Capt, Ac. at wholesaler on favorable terms, and
wiU.continue to sell at retail (if not otherwise disposed of)
;tlie best bargains in Iheicltp. - ?
1 have just received a fine .assortment of Summer Mats,
ladies and gents Shoes' and Gaiters, and Would resp^ctfaUy
sai*. to all tlipse disposed.to natrouisu me, my Goods must be
sol?ltaad will be sold regardless of profit.
Come one and all?yOu'SbaH have value Tor your money.
.? have many (Jpoda?I will sell at cost.
wiy?a., W- tl. WATBflM.
Removal.
ON. Tuwdajr... April ,1, 0. P. UltOWN, baric, rmrM
from >V as|ilngton Hall,- wul open at
Ke. 11^, NoiaHtreet, y
In Hornbrook's Building, one door above Messrs. Marsh k
Taylor's, a beautiful assortment of Watdtcs, JeweJry and
Katicy Articles, recently selected1 by himself In the Eastera
Cities. '"i
A call and ex am 1 n at! Qja^X-JtilMtock by his former patroa
ami the public generally is respectfully Invited.
'? Wheeling, March g?. I3&g. ,
W??tated ?:?- ' r.-r\ \? . t . .. M
OATS.
WHEAT,
""?Market,
| . .. ruioTHT m
For w^Ich the highest market price will be ^
1 ~r -tflAHUH; tittAlN, l?GTaXK,?e. *
TED.?Thfc subset ^ber. VlD nnwl'???
vance? on ^ousigx
| o^ New \eW York, of Hour
clover and timothy seeds.
**W- ?
, oats, corn, t>aH
, ,l " ?^"r-c;'rDer.
? ? brittle Corner Prurrt.t.
? jVli'iTiiu ; ,"'7"" rwn
a
/ A P _ *> ^ U^nerai ^Aisoiuncjit- ?
00 ttctlrta ^
J??. *Bttiumsatx
150 Bum r-.:L'ziz: - r

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