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HOMIOPATH'C -PHYSICIAN
LriCK ASD RESIDENCE at the corner of Fourth and
t| QiacralrcfM> W?*?8S Bfe P*$?byuriau.Church?
llr/ici llooca:?Morning, from *7 to 9 " " ' * *"
ur Noon, ?? 1 ?? 8
Evenings,' ?? T -<? 9
SAWIi' p. wheeler, .
TTORNE Y A t la w ,
KO. 13I> POVUTO 8TBEET,
?,H-lr r- Y??Q &*-$??*?<**? -VA.
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ATTOHNEY AT LA W',
WhMllnx. Vn
ir,-rrr SORTIl-EAST OOJINKR OF MONROE AND
i fbcKTll STS.% OPPOSITF TUB CO UR T HO USE
Is' B. Kill practlceln the sareral Courts of thl? nndthe
liiWuriTiscounties. Particular attention will be piven to
I of r.lAitu*. -nvli -1 vHX-stniw
, a raovrron, th. mil*'
PENDLETON & MTLVIN.
ATTORNEYS AT -LAATI, .
Offlct, Onr he Baik of. Wheel Inc.
Wheeling, Va.
IrtTAttend regalmrly the Superior and Inferior Court* o
Mki, Hipcockanil Ohio counties. uot8:1 J
~rTB. McLAIN & Co,
IWLESALE & RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
Til.llnln utreri. Centre Wheeling.
TtVIN'H Just o ??neit 1 oi'*r ?n'l ronv-,1' te**??'rtin-Tt of
1 DI.'(V.'S, MED ItWES, PERPUM Ef! fES PATFNT
M[)iriyK<, , *tr.. nre prt-pnre?l to furnish ca?h CI1*
ncrt tritli Hnvthing in thelrline, on the uiost rengonnlile
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r^-PRF.>CR1PriON3 CAREFULLY COMPOUSDhD AT
LL UOUKS OP.THE. DAY Olt NIGHT
JOHN S. WEIGHT,
Wholesa'ennd Retail Dealer 1 r
XVBMET: FURNITURE.
hsucn as
r?. Chnlra, l.ooklns Rlmaei, Clock*
UUDSTEADS, S'l'ANDS, tfcCS.,
No 154 Main Street,
IVIIG8MNC. VA
1M AVE ju?t received a new and elejrant stock of all kinds
ft I'cssrahle fiinjiture, consisting of everything known
'e tru.lc. Including the nafent lounees, reclining chairs,
tncli -ofas, Ac. Call at 154 Main street, Immediately op
? - the old stand. [mh25:ly] J"HN 8. WRIpnT.
J.'cnI yVR13 OTJH,
WHOLKSAI.K A!fn KRTAIL DBALRR 15
CAHPETS, RUGS, OIL C' OTHS,
Tall Paper, Curtain Materials,
line) Upholstery Wnre of Every Description,
NO. 143 MAIN S l'liEET,.
WHEEtlNCi, TA.
Ltnd Mahogany Framed Looking Glasses, on hand and
1 made to order. sep9
RB. W. 0. WRIGHT
BAKER & ,WRIGHT,
Wholesale Dealers in ^
?BACCO, SNJJFF & SEGARS,
. No. 59, fnaln'*tVte't- ; _
|wMr WHEELING VA.
S. AVERY,
WViolennle and Retail
Hat and Cap Manufacturer/
NO. 146 MAINSTREET,
I Wheeling, Va.
fSTH&son hand the largest and best assortment of Hats
-.=! f m? of all qualities ami slies jnll
GEORGE B. WICKHAM,
AUCTIONEER
, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 180 Market Sqtiarc,
t..? ? ? , WHEELING, VA.
?ALFS of Dry.Goods every evening; Furniture *ale? every
Wednesday and Saturday morninps, at S o*clo*k A. M
ifc? of Real estate promptly attended to. ic2-lj
P.C.H ILDRETH&B RO.,
|i A XUFACTIJR E R S' AGE N C .1
NO. 50 MAIN STUKET,
Wheeling, Va.
I For the sale of
Norway N*ail Rod,; Zinc AVash-boards, GalvM Tron,
*ron, Window Glass, Sheet Tron,
*v!a. Printing Pap??r, Wire,
fcffl. Bonnet -Boa rds, Zinoi e .
Atle?, ? Wranpif^r Pap?r, ? ^Pheet Copper,
5?rinsrf, Smithes Bellows, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Thf hishest market price paid for Bags, Flaxseed^ Gln
?r, Scrap Iron, 4c., Aov * dec2D-y
f II LOGAN. R. H. LI3T. C. D. HUBBARD
LOGAN, LIST & CO.,
I(8CCCK5SOR8 TO Ti ll.'Lf OAR * CO.)
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists,
Bridge Corner. ITInln K., Wheeling. Vn.
I RK prepared to srpplv goods of superior quality at low
V jirlcw, to nil those *1 o mav find It convenient to make
dr purchases at the "Bridge Corner."
L. C. COOD
A. C GOOD & CO ,
IMIOLESALE and retail dealers in
Medicines,
Paints Oils,
Dycstnffs, Perfumery,
Patent Medicines, Arc., |
CORATJB MAIN AND MONROE STREETS, \
Wheeling, Vn. 1
We ire rr.nstaritly receiving a'dilltions to our already
i^apJete <u>ck, ami are prepared to execute orders unon i
?if rao?t favorable term?. C<t*hr and J'rompt-S/an Jfonth \
? ill" wil1 fln'1 ,l ?r?*?tly to their adYHptaeo to glre ns *
I*'! hffnre parching elsewhere. Wee guarantee nil nrtl- J
|r* aj r<pr?centod. '? ? ' jahl^i
GEO. W. JOHNSON,
a.M AX0 RTTAIL 1TAXUFACT1TRKR AKT> DRALRR I*
popper. Tin & Sheet Iron Ware,
N?. 179 Harket !?qtmr?.
* WHKELINQ) VA.
i I'^AYS on hand \large assortment ?f the above wares
1 P'rtlcular attention elren to Job Work of Every de
Tnptlop, such as Conductors and Vallles for Houses. - Cop
'* Mini's made to order on short notice.r Sheet Iron work
?'^promptly. Steam Boat work. Mill work, Elevators,
?'J* for Mills a*?d Threshing Machines. A large assort
V^tor Jappaned Ware, Stores. Castings and Hollo* Ware.
t4** Lanterns, the be?t Lamps for burning Lard or waste
|**?e erer Invented; Brass and Copper Kettles of "all sizes,
|l*\vs on hand. I am 'prepared to fill all orders for the
?^?re on the most accommodating terms.
H-*M0 OfORGE W. JOHNSON.
T. SWEENEY & SON,
(Sccc??soK8 to PwKBirar * Bell.)
MANUFACTURERS OP
FLINT GLASSWARE,
|tMua, (|urfij?n-nre, T.nmva* Crtrandole**
Table i'mlery,- A*c.
No. 65, MAIN STREET,
\1h**LXK0, Vl.
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EDMUND P. ZANE,
ir FO R x E r A T LA W
-AND
Commissioner in Chancery.
? v. Corner of 'Monroe and Fourth Streets,
WFtliBLING, VA.
\\ 'M, practice In the .Court* or the aillolnlojr counties
| tilieiln<1 partioaUr atteufto the collecUojjjjf
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.of,
THE INTBULICrBNPER.
. KX1,Ut.*dx? FROM '"IlWl/AU." 1 ? '
A WORK BT HISS A. J. EVANS, OF MOBILE.
[PubHsh^d-by-Dtrbr 4;Jack9on,*-Ncw A
B BUI* AII. s,... |
On the upper step sitt a girl whose nge could I
have been yerv ^a^cirrjCtely g^s^edrkatruherVT
countenance, and whose "features contrasted |
Strangely with those of her companions. At a
first casual.. glance, ot\e though ther^ rather H I
homely, nay, decidedly ugly; yet, "to the curi
.ous|physiognotuist, this face presented greater
attractions than either of 'the others. Header,
.1 here paint you the portrait of-tlijt quiet little .
| figure, whose history is contained in tile follow- '
i"g pages.. A pair'Of-lurge grAy.j;yes set be
neath an overhanging forehead, a boldly pro
jecting forehead, broad and- su>ooth;-A rnthei'
large but finely cut inouth, !an irreproa'cliable
nose, of the' order furthest removed from aqui
line, and heavy, l>1aclc eyebrows, which, instead'
of arching, stretched straight across and nearly
met. There was not a vestige of color lit her
cheeks; face, neck, and hands wore a sickly pal
lor, and a mass of rippling, jetty hnitf drawn
smoothly over the temples, rendered this mar
ble-like whiteness more appaYeiit. '
.THE piny wood.
Apart from all,sat Buelah; she had remeiti
I bered the matron's word?, and slopped jii.-jt/al'
tile verge of the woods, whence she' could See
I the white palings of the Asylum. Abovo her
the winter, biei-ze moaned and roared in 'he pine .
tops; it was the sad but dearly loved forest niu- ?
?ic that she so often stole out to listen to.?
livery breath which sighed thiough the emeralil
I 'uiughs seemed to sweep a sympathetic chord
ill her soul, and she raised her arms towards ?
the trees as though she longed to.clasp the
mighty musical box of nature to Iter heart,
file far-off blue of a cloudless skv looked in
I upon her, like a watchful guardian;.the sunlight
lull slantingly, now mellowing the blown leaves
iiid knotted trunks, and how seeming to 'shun J
[ the5 darker spots mid recesses, where shadows
I loiked. For a lime, the girl forgot all, but the
quiet and majestic beauty, of tbo scene. She
I loved nature as only those can whose sources of
pleasuie have been sadly curtailed, and her
Heart went out, so to speak, alter birds, and
I lowers, sunshine, and s ars, and the voices of
-weeping winds. An open volume lay oil her
lap; it was Longfellow's Poems, the book Eugenu
nad sent her, and leaves were.turned down at
I '?Excelsior," and the "Psalm of Eife." The
1 changing countenance indexed very accuralely
the emotions which were excited by this com
munion with Nature. There was an uplifted
look, a brave, glad, hopeful light in the gray
eyes, generally so troubled in their expression.
A sacred song rose on the evening air, a solemn
but beautiful hymn. She sang llie words of
the great strength giving poet, the "Psalui of.
I Life."
fill AUO WINGS.
She stood with one hand resting on his arm,
I and while he talked on, carelessly, of her future,
she lixed her eyes on his countenance, thinking
[of the desolate hours in store for her, when the
| mighty A'tlanlio billows surged between her. and
I the noble classic face she loved so devotedly.
A shadowy panorama of coining years glided
before he , and trailing clouds seemed gathered
about the path her little'feet* must tread. -A'
vague foreboding discovered to hur the cheerless
uess.and she shivered in anticipating the dreari
ness that awaited her", But there was time
enough for the raging of the stqrjii; why rush
I so eagerly to meet it? She closed her eyes to
.shut out the grim vision, and listened resolutely
to the plans suggested"f.ir!her approval1.' When
bhigcuu rose to say "good nlghtf" it was touch
ing to nute'lhc efforts fche made to appear ii'npe
lul; the M)b swallowed, lest it should displease
1 liiin ; the trembling lips forced into a smile, and
the heavy eyelids lifted.bravely to meet his
glance. W hen the door closed after his retreat
ling furm, the hands were clasped convulsively^
and the white tearless face, mutely. revealed the
desolation which that loving heart looked in its
darkened chambers.
UK. HAltTWELL.
To have looked at him then, - in bis purple
silk robe tit ehambre, one wonld'have scur-iiily
believed that thirty .years had passed liver his
head. Lie was tall and broad chested, his head
massive nnd welKfo?med, his face a curious
study. The brow was expansive atrd almost
transpartnt'ih its purity," the dark,1 hazel eves
were singularly brilliant, while the contour of
li|>s and chin was partially concealed by a heavy
moustache and beard. The first glance at his
face impressed strangers by its extreme pallor,
but in a seco id look tliey were fascinated by
the misty splendor of the eyes. In truth those
were strange eyes of Guy Flartwell. At times,
searching and glittering like polished steel; oc
casionally lighting up with a drizzling radiance,
yet luminous; resembling, the clouded aspect of
a star seen through a thin veil of mist. His
brown, curling huir was thrown back from the
face, and Exposed the outline of the ample fore
head. Perhaps utilitarians Would have carped
it the feminine delicacy, of. the hands, and cer
tainly the linger.-, were slender and marvellous
ly white. Oii one hand . he wore 'an antique
ring, composed of a cameo snake-head Set round
with diamonds. A proud, gifted and miserable
man was Guy IJartwell, and his characteristic
express'on of atern sadness might easily have
been mistaken by casual observers for bitter
misanthropy.
EDGAR A. P0E*8 INFLUENCE.
The parting ravs of t'.e winter sun grew
fainter; the dill', sombre light of vanishing day
inane the room dim, nnd it was .only by means
of .the reil glare from the glowing grate that sbe
deciphered the print. Finally .the lanjj) wns
hrought in, and shed a. "mellow radiance over
the dusky apartment. The voluitfe was finish
ed, and dropped upon her lap. Th'e spell of,
this incomparable sorcerer was.upon her imagi
nation; the sluggish, lurid tarn ;6f Ushei; tho.
pale, gigantic water lilies, nodding their ghastly
everlasting-heads- over the dreary Zaire;-the
shrouding shadow of llelufcionjtlie'aslifen skies,
and sere, crispedleaves in the ghoul-haunted
woodland of Weir, hard by the dim-lake of An
ber?all lay with grim distinctness before her;
and from; the red bars of the grate, the wild,
lustrous, appaling eves'of Ligeia lndk'ed out at
ber,fwhile tlie-uneartKy tones of -Morulla whis
pered from every conSer of the room.
1.IFB.
Ah, there is a touching beauty in the radiant
lip look of a girl just .crossing the limits of
youtii, ai,d con^mencing htrr journey through
ihe checkered sphero of womanhood! ^(l.
dew,-sparkle nnd morning ;gIory Co Her ardent,
buoyant sjiirit, as sht presses,fowa.rd.exyUIng:
in blissfulianticipajtibus. -But th?-withering
I heat Of -HiB^iionflict^ of Hfe 'craeps on; tho daw
IV<.'? ? , ? -
?drops exhale,'the? garlands of hope, shattered
ajid, dead, strew the path, and too often, ere.
noontide, the clear brow anU?<S>veet smile are
exchanged' for the ) weary -look of one longing
for the evening rest,,.the,.tw.iHg^t,.the,night.?.
*,Oh,ijnay the good God give his sleep early untu
thcsV nia'nyl ' ? : ' / " "
, _JPostinos.?;Ar> Old'. Line Whig,in a' nea
?after diuper Speech, remarked,ithat l"Jugutive
slaves should be given _,up, because we should
render unto the seizers the things .that .are the
seizors."
A fine woman, like a locomotive, draws a
train after.lifer, scattersithe sparks, antlitrans
port s the mails, vi r ???: ni-> ' iJ
? A'MV ku.-ExpoCnded Tkxt.,?"He clothedhim
self with cursfcs-as with a garment."' The man
who had a habit of swearing. J
The vowels which create** thost sensation in
"the minds of honest men tire I O XJ.
, A Gbsti.b Reproof."?^'!A ghoAi'sermon was1
-V>redehed to.duyj" remarked a ileicon iu-Nefj
Haven, Conn,, a. fe?y Sundays, si nee,, to an ,ol(l
lady?(he had been asleep nearly die whoh
time of-its delivery.) "j should Think you
lather liked it," replied she. 'Tor l saw you
nodding assent several times."
A Si.toilT Oifpehbsci;. ? An honest Jaur.dress
irons vou'r'linen?a "dishonest laundress steals
(steels) it. -?
Xiik Cut Oikrct.;?Old Prof.'Si was one of
the instructors at Dartuiouth College years ago.
Ili)d waV, withall, about as'bhiht "aild straight
forward a specimen of humanity as over walked
beiyg considered.a Utile crabbrd bv-.intimates
One day in the eaily Su miliar,<1ms was taking his
usual stroll around the village, keepingihis "eve
?nit" for-1any='"fnKt- studenp??'ho^mi;i;Ht"l>e oil'
d(itj', whenthojcJiaitced itr> pneet. Mr. n*
sturdy farmer from-East Hanover, with a load
of w'oodptctillging along the ^lysly'stV^u? bare
footed and coatle.-iss; but he w.as a line repre
sentative of "nature's noblemen'" ~ "v - '
, ".Hallo! Mr. Page,V growled the Professor, "I
should liku: to know: if all the peoples atiEast
Hanover go barefoot?"' ? -
"Part on 'em do, and the rest on 'ein;mind
their own business," was the rather settling?re
*nlv.' !
J*?>. T. NUUto.N. Juli.N K. WlL-ON
WM.jJl. 8JMPcO?. -* * 'sAU'LJ. BOYD.
NORTON, SIMPSON & CO.,
(Successors to JoHSi B.HOtd A (Jo.,)
WHOLESALE UE-ALliUS IN
Foreign fit Domestic Dry Gqftds
No. li) illOMtUK STStKKT,
??*?
GifOkOr j^arhp., L ;
BYRD & HALL,
: t :? ?V
= r MJISUrACTORKRS. A5X> WnOLKSALK DEALERS IN
UMBRELLAS &. PARASOLS,
?ii!. WAREHOUSE
NO. 12 \VAKUliN-STXtKET,
NKAJt UKOADW/kY,
&ug9 New l'ork.
ELI P. NORT~OK, ?"
ATTORNEY <t- COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
NO. 19 NASSAU STHEET,
NEW YORK.
* mb1 1 **dA1mltrAtr
J jV?. JJJLJUL.O.N ,
102 MAKKKT STKKBT, "
Plumber and Gas Fitter.
KEEPS constantly on hand, Gas fixtures, Lead and
^Wronjjht Iron Pipes, Sheet Lead. All kinds and Sizes
?; Crass Cocks and Valves; Steam^Vhlstles andStc-am and
Water Guagcs, Lift and Forc% Pumps", Sinks, Duelling Tubs/
Wooden and Cast Iron' Hydrants, Gum llose and' packing
of an Thicknesses, Anti-friction Metal, P.ure- Uanca.Tin,
Zinc and Antimony, the Celebrated Thoy iiBLLbandtheyetl
Crnclbells In the country.
Also, Polly's Improved and patent Chain Pump,
which is decidedly the greatest pump of the age, the right
to puttip which in Towns audCountiesin Western Virginia,
will be sold on fair tcrmi
Galvanized Iron Tubing, Incorroslve; and for con
ducting,or'prfess'ure pipe, for hot or cold water, and espe
daily for.deepwells,preferable to, and cheaper thao L?ad
Pipe.
iST". IqueductPlpi constantly'on Hand, ki-valtiSHfr
tl ? v':l^hcan be furpljb^d on?ihq>rtAiiUnevjfj
' I't-ptiid for old Copper, JJrti*Hu 'i'J1i.6ad.
novlO ?12aw*ti1v ' *
T. II. LUG AX. C. I>. lIUiJUAKD. -.r . H. IX. LLST
T. H, LOGAN &, CO.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
WHEKUNG, VA.
HAVE, removed to tli ir NEW WAREROOMS, So. 47
Main Sf.'ari*' No. S Quincy St.
$3JT~ Main St Entrance, next door to Baker Jt Hopkins.
J3BT* Quincy St.-. ao near B. A~0. lt. lt; Depot?and
Wharf.
DIlUGS, PAINTS, OIL?,
MEDICINES, VA RNISHES, .BRUSHES;
WINDOW GLASS, PERKU.SlBRIES, WHITE LEAP,
i ;? PATENT' MEDICINES, <%c.
OCferwd to the trade, in city and country, at loto price* and
of ti?c best quality. . . .
Caah and prompt customers are invited to call. apl
WHEELWRIGHT, MUDGE & CO.
Wholesale Paper Dealers,
NO. 14, lrlAIlOyEU, srritEiiTj
Corner of Gci-mnn,
BALTIMORE, AID
A FULL -ASSORTMENT OP...
T">TtINTING PAPERS, News and Book;'Colored Papers o
I all kinds, Stra?v Boards; Binders a'nd'lVunk Boards;
Bonnet Boards,- White and Coloredv.PrlntorvXJards and Car*
Boards, In every varteiy; Tissue and Shoe Paper; llardwaie
and Manilla PapeV; Press Bovrds. A full assortment o.
.French Folio Post, Packet and Letter Pa jier," Marble P? per,
PostOflle.e amlBankiEn elope;.WrappingPapers. all kinds;
Sheathing, Tack atm- Spice Papers;"-Printing a-a ' Writing
Ink*. : A him,'-Blenching-Powers.
CfFT Paper of every description made to-order. ' -
? ? ? ? feblO^ly
SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, Ac
WHOLESALE ,!!; RETAIL.
JD. SHEPPARD, No^l81 Majn St.,cornor.orUnion,wlh
? continue, to keep on hand a large and complete as-?
| sortment of all articlesln his line;Tonslst!ngj>f JU&dles* and
Gentlemen's Sidles,"Fine and" Criirse^Harkesa.' Tranks^
Valices, Carpet Ba^,i5at<&61s*CJolftrs, names', Wklps^ftc.
I would respectfully call ^Hention to my s^ock and trust
by strict attention and promptness, to merit a Contli$uan&
of the public patVonitTre. * * c
All kinds ?of r?palring promptly dpne, .audOn^pr. ner
manner. - *V*5W " J ? , *? 'B. SnKtPittlD"'?*
' MpatO 181 MilnSt,.._
I . NEW PIR-Iit.:!: >
rpH* undersigned fi&'ro MsocYated thein'iqlfef together
JL- as a flrmVuriitfer llie style of \ ..
- MAXWELL, O AMPBEI L,? A TINGLE,
For ihe purpose of dOin'e a WHOfrBdALE GROCERY
GEyBRAT) COMXISSIOtf business, at No. &S Main St.
in the roein formerly oecctd^d^by Baker A Hopkin*.
We respectfully solicit-trie attention of the.Trado,V
J AS. MAXWELL, of late Qcplo?Faxton, Donlon A Co.
THOS. J; CAMPBELL, late with List & Howell.
GEO. R TINGLE, lute with List A Howell. - - jand
MATHEW M'NABB,
M AiNXJF ifiJ'c'TXf-R'BTR 'of VINE OAK
'i v- ?- -? : i >'? I
ANPi DEALER IN
C O U N..T R Y PRO X) TJ G OB;
" / '???lii?;A OOSSTiliT fiUPPLT or
FliinrvBi'i>ii/^ilii<u!ii<'. !*hIp-Sli>iI_Caru,(Jarii.
iU?*l^lRalcd llnjr, Ac. ? -
' U" All ^rticlu iold,by>Iith.ew'Mc'J??hb,-1leilTWtaii"
'itiy jvirt orthrt^ trP.'lrt .itrV'eh'.rg.. ?nt I
itt^ <PPS^-i^i^!^' i.j" .-.
STOMACH BITTERS;
i-' -T. '' i'X"^'-'^' " ?>'" ? I i- ?-. ? ITI :..'? fif
It is nfoct.piat, at> Bomo ,period, every mem- ...
?btir of; t^e.xhum^.infnUy^is subject: to, disease ..j
.or di^turbance^ofjtho bpdily function^;. but,
with, tli&.ai^of.a good, tonip.and.Uie cxe^cise
of plaiit comm^,sense; ibey roay'be nbje.so to
health. .In order to accomplish this desired
objeat, Uie tnii' co}&enfo'purani 13, certainly"
thai which wiBl;prdduci tt^Vd&rdl'irtako' of. "
tilings at the lcast'Uazar^Io^ Viiixl Etrengtli ririd^
> lifb. -For AKis-'purp'6se,',Dr.JHostefter has in'
? trtdncdd'to thie eSufttrJ dlircpnrationbearing
.his name, which'13 ntit a nolv medicine, but one
that hasbeen tried for'yo'ara, giving satisfoo-'
tion^ to ail; who have i used' ? it. The Bitters1
operate powerfully upon Uie stomach, bowels;
arid liver, restoring; tliemito, a -healthy-and
vigorous'notion, and (husf-by tiio simplo. pro- ,
ccsa of. Strengthening^ nature, .enable, the. syz-,
torn to triumph over disease. . v . ..
FortUe c^o.of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau-' "
.. sea, Flatulency, Loss of. Appetite; or any Bilious
Complaints^' arising from a morbid inaction
' of'Miu Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps,
Dysentery, Colic, Cholera Morbus, &c., tlicso'
. Bit,tcrs have no equal.
Diarrhoea, dysentery or flui, so generally con
tracted by new settlers, and caused principally
"Trflhe change of water iiiid diet, will be speedily
regulated by a brief use of-this preparation. ?
Dyspepsia, a disease1 which is probably more
prevalent, in. all- its Tavious forms; than any
other, and the- cause of ? which may,.always
be attributed to derangements of the digestive.;
organs,, can be cured without , fail ]jy using
IIOSTUTXUR'S SIO.MAC1X WTl'fiBS,, as per
?directions ontho bottle. Fortius disease every
*, piiysician wUl recommend UiLters of some kind;
fcthen'why not use an articl'dkuowri to be infal
lible? AU nations have their Bitters, as a pre-'
1 ventive of disease and s'lrcngthe'n'er:tof the sys
tem in general;' anil tmitfng thein all'tliero 19
not to bo found a mori; healthy people1 than ?
i' tho Germans, from wli.oui this preparation ema
nated, based tipon scientific experiments which' '
? have tended to provetWe value of' this'great
. -preparation- in tho scald of-medical science. <
'! /Feveb axu Aoce.?This-trying and provok-:
ing disease, which, fixes its- relentless grasp on
- the body of man, rcduoing him to :a-mere slia
dow*in a short time, and rendering him phy
sically and mm tally useless, can bo driven h
from, the bodytby tho use of llOSTETTER'S
RENO.WXBD I5ITTUUS. Further, none of th?
above-stated: diseases can be contracted, even
in exposed situations, if tho Bitters aro used
os per directions. And'oa tiicy.ncither create
'nausea nor offend the palate, and render un
necessary Hiny'clila^ o,f rtict or interruption
of ordinary jmfs&its( :bit{'promote 'sound sleep
and healthy'digest ion, the complaint is re
_ .moyed as s'pfekdily'ds is consistent with tho' pro
duction of'n tliiirougli and permanent euro.
, . For .Perrons 'iti : Advanced years, who aro
suffering from an enfeebled constitution and
infirm :body, -these Bittors aro invaluable as n
. restorative of strength and vigor, and need,
" only iboi-triud to be appreciated..- : And to a
mother while nursing thcao Bittejra.are indis
pensable, especially .;sv.b ore tho mother's; nour-.
' ishment is inadequate to the demands of the
'? child; consequently her -strength, must yield,
.'"and-hero it'is where a good tonic, .such aa
Ilostctter^s Stomach,Bill era, itneeSeil to import
temporary strengili and vigor to the system.
Ladies' should by ail means try this remedy'
for all cases of debility, and, before so doing,
should ask their physician, who; if' he in
acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters, will
reepmmend their usoin? all eases of weakness.
CAUTION.?Wo caution tho public' against using
any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask
for liosTcTTKu's Celebrated Stoiiaco Bittebs,
and sco that each bottlo lias tho words " Dr. J.
.Ilostcttcr'a Stomach Bitters" blown on the side
of tho bottle, and stamped on tho metallic cap
covering tho cork, and observe- that-our autograph,
fignatnro is on thaiabeL
93- Prepared and sold by HOSTETTBB A
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa, and , aold by aU
druggists, grocers, and dealers generally
throughout the United States, Canada, South
America, and Germany.
t3&~ for ?ie,<.bjr LAUGULIN'S* CDSlIf;lKl,D, Agr. 'j
Wheeling, V-t. -. *0; 3'1 ilA'Tiy
? 118 'V
MAIN STREET.
1 /?\va x&~:
_Ja ? V/ 15
"150 DoWara f'?,;50"Dbi'luf ? ."T
^~l?H?M,S-WAl!*&Sati*t#9 ? *
T?7? ?? . -^ WUeelor A Wilson'* M inufactorlag
'JCi'Co/* cclebrited Sewlniq^iTsohlii'ej,' fnr. sale nt > ? '
c.-a P- #K01VN'*W?*ch and ^wplxy Blote^T
FALL & WINTER, 1859.
11113 t>?o:nts5
Millinery and Straw Groods
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO ,
JMPOKTaR* AMD JOBOKBS OV
Ribbons, Eonnet Silks and Satin,
VefTet*, EtuchcK, FIowci'm, Fcnlber*,
straw bonnets,^:lats, &d.
No. 25T anil Lofts of 230 Baltimore Street,
c . . HAJ.mionK. 2fii.
Oiler a Stock unsurpassed In the UnltcH States In variety
* and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention xircn. Terra*, 6
mos., 6 per cei.t otT, for cash, par fuuUs. auglG-Om
The Citizens' Deposit Bank, o
WHIiRLINO.
BANK, open from 9 o'clock-a. h. until* n'olockr. u.; Dl?
^count dnye?Thursdays 10 o'clock a. u.
?W Money received on transient deposit.
Interest paid on special depoxiU.
1ST Collect, on'smadfc and proceeds promptly remitted.
" . . * r
??'Jacoli Oerger, . J- N. Vance,
JacoH'Hornb'o'6kfi ' ,i J v G. W. > Prnnxheim.
Warren Cooper, . J . K. Outjfonl, . .
Geo. K. Wheat, ? Chester'l?i ttnnTc'."
J. R. Diuk?t, Cashier. . , ALFRKD.OjUiirBLii/tVcB't.
. i - ? .X^?blry3*'O*<*? ? ?
' Gr. H . P R I M M , '
- ? ?::1J no V ? I hrtU tt?? (l
WHOLMALH XXD.HBTAlL llBAI.KE I*.
BOOTS & SHOES,
No. 178 Main' Street,
^ ' 9 Doors above'Stone ? Thomas;
.yylT-Sart WHEELING, VA.
' .V-'W-i .0 J.,o FiKbM?c^cocLi.i:f!
-"59.; Second Streets .uij's
ci jsrei: jst-jsf j^ti, o. .
? ?' 1' . 1 ??riipbiirrRk or? ' ? i : i ,
FOREIGN LIQUORS' & WINES:
;'7 '???,' ? ,, .
Alcoltol)?GologneSpirits,i
Cnmplieae, Uu^ping *,1 ?i*?1 ,jaBdjSpitiU tf.
ManufactVrers'o'f every'.leicrliAlon of
Domestic Wiiiesi 'Cordials"
' kad Prench Bitiers. ?
Hare constantly' on liand 'vaiioua gr&des'br pure ??
UUDItUUNiAK'D R.VB liVIFISIKV,
-Also^ fBABATAUIA an*
t3TT Sole manufacturers or khedeleljrRted c
"ROSE" WHISKY.
Agent roiCFJodbLtatf JA7ArNESE BITTKBrt; [*pT-ly
?" notice: : :v " ^
rl HAVE this'day assocIjUe\lWh*me,mvaon W. B.Potfpn
kky, miner tin* firm nnmi of jl.iM. Pumpuhby A So*, for
?lte purpose of conducting a general
iOMMISSION& tmWARpiXG BUSINESS,
, Giving upccltl at Lent ion to the FURcnASK asd SAL* of
IVool, Flour ISncoit, l"rorl?i .n?. He.. iVc.
January 1st, 13J9. I. M. POMl'lIBEY. '
OQ-P'A'ItmERSPIP.
ti. pusipnitar. V. it! vumpiirkt.
I M. PtfMPHREir & SON,
t'ouiuioioiL nml I'orwanllna Mcrclinnti,
1)kali:us . is. . ...
?WOOL,'FBOCfRt BACON, PROVISIONS, ,
? ' IKD
PRO.U U CK GEN EKAI.LY
. No. 70 Maih' Street,
jknl ' WhRETTyg, VA: ? ?'
The ET. "Y. Paper Warehouse
ON t8e del^rue plan.
:p'bl]E'AslJ'FI^lVrf obn'^'fTRK STOCK OK K1SK '
I V;P?|ioni,lnou('.owni??tiiWbt)iment. > Btbck from the belt
Mills in tlu- country, by an entire' new* process, using:* pat
ented machinery;^*blwsivWy. our own.- Bill 'Hod Hap??r?
two, four, six or p?ore head* to the Sheet. Patent Headed
and common Bill Cup and' Blank Book Papers, stvie and ?*
flU'ilUv of Lh?. ruiiujfuus'irpasoed, at a smn]l advance Jn
price from pHln'paper. 'We are prejUrVd M finish to ordeV
for .'Bcalerjctvnd^Suitfpn^ftS foods in their own- wt tppers
stamp* d (device furnlshe-i) without extra charge. "Will ex-'
chancre rrom our stock dfttuled papery with manufacturers,
for Flat Papers^to their advantage.
CARSON x ITAltD 'IWutlMufe Paiptr Dtalir*, No. 44 '
lleekinan. street* Ne>y York. ...? apl3-ly
GEO.' K . W H, EAT,
? (l.ATB WIIKAT. :'k- CIIAIM.ISE.). 7
Vo;.J!iAjK ***S.T. H lllilil.IKG,
r ,WHOl.?tS*LH |?X?LEB tS
FA NCY GOO D8,
COM IIS, JUT.TTONS^ B BUSHES, THREADS, |1AT8, CAPS,
Shirts * Drawers, Hosiery 3fe 0l6Ves, Cutli ry. Clucks,
Jewelry; Perfumery, Pat^nfc.iledicims. Paper,
School and 111 an V Itnnks, stationcrj,
booking 'Glasses, Ac.
Rugs, Gimeiuj, Beeswax, Feathers and Fbixsect]
... . .. ? U/lllteil. mhia,
nKXnT. JC.il.l3T.- j BOUT. MoSRIaOX. Vf. B. LXiUKK.
I?1ST, 33 0It S? ISOX C?.
? Successors to Llat St Howell and 1^ K. List.
WHOLESALE GL'Ot'EIiS .*? Pll6/>UCE ]>EA J.ERS
Noa. 7S A Sb^M.iix Stbkxt, *
U lieclinff, Va.
WK desire to S.tate to tlje friends of the late liim, and to
the trade Kenerally, that We are iiuio.sBessio'n of the
most ample facilities for the transaction of a
W1IOLKS ALK.CHOCKpV AND P |{< >D CC K II ITS IN KSS.'
We are determined to execute all orders entriuted to our
care, with fidelity and prouiptnes.-*, and on the most favor
able teriAn. LIST, .MORItiSON A CO.
January ist, lSI?9.
. Those haTlnff urisettUd acoounta with the late firms of
tleurv Iv. I.i^t A Co. or Li>l A Howell, will pie is?* take notice,
ttiat Henry K Id t, having purchase!! the entire Inter Jut of
A. Allen .HmvJl, in said |U'ins,(Mr Hotvell retiring from bu
siness) is alone authorized to make settlement.- * ?* j(int-y
THE SAVINGS, BANK OP \VHBE*LIN0. '
OFFICE'MA] X ST., nETWEEX MONROE <? UK TON.
MONKVrec-Ived on Transient Denosit. Interest paid.on,
8pecial Deposit Collections promptly attended to.
Exchange on the Kn^t bought and sold.
? . TUOS. IT. LIST, President.
SAM'I* P. HILDUETH, Treasurer. jan14
Saddles). Saddles! .Saddles!,
Harness! Harness! Harness'
Trunks! Truuirs! Trunks!
rHAVfc now on htiinl a large araortmt-tit of the above "
articles of-style and pattern. A ?o, Ilrldles, Col
lar*, V JiljK Carpet' Batm, V4c'.;MVif wlilHi I wilt s^ll'CKe'iip
for cath.v Saililtesfrotir$t ti> 'Si=; TrunVs from ft to *32;
Single Harness from Jill to $Ur; Double Harness from ?5u
to $W. Any one in want of anything In my line Hill do
well to'give ine a call.
Work made to order, and repairing done on short notice,
at No ICS Main St.1, 'cor. Market Alley.' " T: '
CHAS. MORQAS.
C. n STIFEIr, "?
.llaunfaitii? er of Tin &. ^kee't* Iron Wnre
AND DKALKIt IN
HOUSEFURNISHING HARDWAKB,
HAS on harid a vi?ry lAr^e assortment of Hous^fiirnfsh
lii^f (roods, a part of his Mock consisting Of n fine lot
of Water-cooler*, lined with porccUn; W-iter'-filEerers, Walt
erf, Teacapisttr^, Wa?ser?sr patent .mirute Freeser, Old
Dominion Coffee-i-of, Hfrd cagesj "Cutlery, B-itannla an i
Black Tin Ware; Tinned and Bnamclea Hollow Waie. Brass
Kettles, Ac.
He requests of'hKcustomer? and the prablio g?inehilly,
particular attention ti?!iU Watcr,cooIei a aml.j?atent Freeter,
if :-?v one wishes td save let; afxTflie Old Dortiinibn'tfoir^
Pv* makes the bent colTee, and soon.wlll pay in raytug oofice.
Also on hand a very large asportment of hi? own maou
factun d fin Ware, wholesale and retail. Anv articles not r
on hand will be made to.orUer.at^shoctest notice and at
r?aso lab'e prices.
hbt- rn triT ca ys (a lip a ts 02? mi a?d.
Tlrose in .want or llownekeeping^Roods, will do well to call
on htm. ni< articles are tooTimneroiis to mention. ' Tlfrisa*'
who call will find most re very article for fitting out a fine
household. C. E. 8TIFKL,
_1?lISr16m ' No. ITS Main St; Wheellng,.Va.
S. B. BrLBBOPCO. * ' JAXSS OOB1IWF1.LT
' S. E. BIIiBROUGH & CO.,
Worlli.weal c.rHrr ol l'tilrd A- Chmnut ?ta
ST. LOUIS, MO.
GE NKU A L L A N.I) :i;.JtE A-L E ST A T K A Q EKT8,
bKALKUF tX U.VXD WAHBXJJT8, STOCKS, *C.
PABTICULAIC ATTENTION PAID TO ENTJiKlNp OBADU
ATKD LAXDS.'
EST A15 JLISl-n>VJD-1-804.
IIST -MlyBOURT.
aa ?p? 'AtiB -BillBT< SURVEYING ah'd muk'liijr ?
YY. lections.fro.m.b^yreen two ar^d-three millions,
of'acrfc* 6'f Ythlosr't'lne, Mineral dn'd Aprfcnltutal'
liANDS?8itfcatein the^taU; of ^isgquri?tdTbe fiftd under;
th? Graduation Act, at 12j? cfcnts per a<?r'6.
These tm.ils arc not selected from the BQld notes of the
United i^tHtes Surveyor General, but frpiftjiersonal exnrql f
fintlon l?y'n'iri?'rnl>er of our'fiT'm, whose tfmttifc entirely*???-'?
cbpM in; surveying, and selecting ,tle.jabovc lands- thus
'enablintf ni^iUHftilt>^tV?Me&jrYtie'and a r am eftiV<; quality. *
Partita *?ntru<tin?r bu^incsy-to inrTnaJ*be furnished uiih
cits and^|}ji?^5fc)ref??^^ 0lU . : ?u.jr'j
, s. k. PiLtjnpufin 4 Co.;
mhr-Iy* ? iO r BAINRLOUIS, MOl 1
NaVz-'Witse and Iiiquof'Stbrei
THE ijndei^iBne'l ^ip^ffpHt.-bjgs^elTC to inform, l)(s.
"numerous friend* an-1 the public generally, thj?the>has
j this day Spurted a' WlH>ie*nVe and R> tail Wine arid Liquor
Store, cwiucctfed with, a Bur-room.'at No. 78 Main street,
one door nboVe tbr^ I5VrtJ?,oi.iWrhc<'lirt{r, whirre be vf111 con4
a?5S&? p"?
As it Intnotibn/k.! iktvpf nothing btotpnre BttiflTrand
ro pav the clo'scst attention t? nlFordcrs entrusted to me,
rhori to reoJltCa^au;* oj!rii5Wtd:i<*tmbllg<,1?liIth I)?*l'.
i?!WV?WMW: CAXKA* STRMBOi.
u?jl ."tajiAau-jk. "[z-aaj.j
TO Ta6s"E WHO:WlSH TO BE ;
T WQ tt'p' p T? : l '
U " ** T
AGAINST ALL.CONTINGENCIES., ,,.
T*Vo?Lou,e ,"""rauce S^RKP S&Qy&i kr* ?it
Cash Capital {every dollaY paid in). ?r.*t..fti't?OO^OOO ! '? '
t
nitThf (nnurauce Company of the Vnllej ol ,
Virginia. ' :'n"r ] "
6a^u"Capital (paid In)v..? .'P.V.V.-.$300*000
^iUfMuph,th?largest Cash OapHalof^oy ^plco.cbfcr
tered.by this Slate.
FIRE AND INLAND RISKS
TAKlWOS TI1B MOST REASON All I.li" TBtlAIS.
?Losses cqiiltably.adjusted and.promptly pnld.by- . - <
W, F, PETERSON, Agent..
! ? ? . ? ?j -rUii- ? 21 ? r.l ?><*
| Tlie Continental ln*urunte t'cuipnny of
IVrw York. *
Oasd CAPirAU(paid In)*. ...f5to,C00
I Ca*h Contingent Fund (over) 375,000.
I In.this office the assured participate In the profits-with- "
out incuri lng sny risk.
The l.yuchbur* V9o?e nad Firr lu*iirance
C'ompnny,
0ash Capital...... -...fJOO.OCP.
W. F. l?KTKKSON, Jr., Agent
Oyer 500,000 of Cash Capltnl represented by
this old and Veil established Agency, wlifre e*ery ln*9 Irt . *?
:the above olliocs has bren promptV)* paijJ.ln Wheeling, be
fore It was due by the term's of the policy. 1
... W, F. J*fcTEItfOF,
Office next door to M 'A'M. Rank,
jy7-ly .i Main at.,-Wheeling. .
Great Western Insurance and Trust Co., : - i
of Philadelphia, Pa.
CHAKTEK PERPETUAL. , - .
CAPITAL 8500,000.
IrailEINSORANCK, on Stores, Dwellings, Public Build
ings a'tid Merchanulse generally. Limited orjperpetual..
Marine Insurance, on Vessel?, Careo, Steamboats, and
Freight to all parts of the world; also,Poland Insurance ou ", PT
QooiiiB.top.il parts of the country. i
CiiA9. p. LATiihopi President," L. OrroorY, Sd Vice Preset,
Wh. Dakunc, Vice President, Jas. WtnaiiTcflte'y JkiTreaJs. A . i :jr?
? DlliECTOKS.
Cha.*. G..Lsthrop, ., ' Wm. Darling;
. Alex' Whllldfen, ? Thos:X. Qllllespie, ? *' ? >? 'fc
Tshac llaxlehurst,* Jan. B. Smith, . . ? .
John C.'Hunter,' Hon. Henry M. Puller,; ; v - '
Tfacy,- . John It. Noples,, ?
John It. M'Curdy, James Wright.'
Jonah J. Slocum, 'Alfred Taylor. '.:n j;'i v
Hqtiitubly,A*ljHsteda\\(2 Prcim>tfy I?a\d;x\ j; i-;>
Applications for Insurance \r|H- be. .promptly aUcndedto
kt the "Bftnkof Wheeling" frbm 9 A M. to 8 o'clock P/M.,
and before and after said lioufs i*t the oillce of the.Com
pany over-the "llank of Whet-linn" by
N. L. DORSKY, Agent,?
j -13-ly Wheeling, Ya.
ALBEMARLE INSURANCE COMPANY ,
OF CIIA.RLOTTSVII.I.K, V;A., . j-Jt.
CAPITAL $40'0,<)00. .
PENNSYLVANIA -INSURANCE COMPANY
of riTTsiiimcn, pa.,
CAPITAL S300,000.
cprtMoxn-KAi.ttrixscf:A^CE company '.
? OP KAUUISBcW; B.V..
CAyiTAi 1 stsooifrbo.; ? ?
Quaner City Insurance Company
OF PIIII.ADP.I.PIliA; PAV,
C) A p 11 r a i? $5pO,f|pp. .!. .; ,
jfpUE 'ibave Oompa^lee having anpniiit^d the undersigned 1 ?
L their Av'opt for Whci.Ilii,e and vicinity, tvouls respect
fully solicit the patronage1 of th> puttrc. -SAid Comiianlea
are well known to;l>u.first.class ofliccr. All losses prompt
lj ailjtiftcd. K. C. ARTnra. Agent
-- Qfllee;ovt:r,the CItl2er.fi.'Deposii ltnnk* ? ? ;
feb.Vy ^ Wheeling, Va. . . ' ' .
CHOICE PL11ST .CLASS- JiSSUUANCE
? - rrP? Tut? ?
focg
? on
i.d
Incorporated 18i9-T-Charter' Perpetual,
Cash. Capital $1,000,000.
ABSOLUTE AND,UNIMPAIRED,
WITH A ,SIJRPL|US OF S500,387 88.
And the prestige o f 3S yenr? succcsfh nd ox))e"rI6tic;e.'
ASSETS JANUARY 1, 1E58:
Oartlnhand and DspositeMu il?rtfordBnnU?, ?KS,1S8.M'
Cash In transit Hnd Agents* hands.lM.STS.IO
Money due U e Compaq}-, secured by Mortgage....5,41b.<jJ _
RealKafateunincumbered.. 4..*lr?.4B "
Bills Receivable: ...vi .StsJil.18
KJkRKET YalXK.
108 Bonds 6.T andlO <?oec?JI-iteieS?, annually,inS,t>Ul:00. '
?57 31iare? Kail Read 8to .?.??.HtS&SO
60 do Conm-ctlcut ltlr<r Co."Stock ?
51* do StaflordEatk " ....>..,5j?pU!ML.,.
50 do Wateibury'Biihfc " ..v'O.t 0
SO do Frovidonce *' .1,<0 C?' - ;
2800 dn . Hartford ' " l!0,i BO.I tl
SOS.'. do N>? York ?' f " ...3tK?;?6B^n
15 do .Tetfe.vC . _ .?
UMi do United StatesTrnft Co. N. Y Plock..1C'.<H'0.vti'
. lto do Keff York 1<. I. aud Tru?-t Co. " ..23,,/bO.CO
:t.; > ?- :) ? . 41,S0M?T.6S. ?
Total Liuliil[|l<?; 7
_ ITiisSitltd claim'hot'iloe. J :.?17H,VSC:84 '
LostCf [Equit/tbly AOj'^lcTnml Troiujttty Paid..
UPWAHDB Ob' 811,000,000
Of Los?es have been paid by the jEtna Insurance Co., !* .
the past 88 yean>.
Fire &, Inland Navigation
Risks accfep'tt'H 'at 'terms'consistent with solvency ana :
, ? Vfair profiu
Efspcciul attention frtven to Jnbuyar.ee of D WJ5LLJJSr?&''
. arul Content*.fortennx'oj \ to byenr*. . ?
The progresrof this COVpoVaUon lias bern stable and nn
Interrupted throbgb Jeasous ot financial suimhiiie and storm -
or periods eventful In or exempt from sweeping conflagra
tions and maritime-disaster. Being-long established; on. r .
cash basis. the troubles of the credit system afiect, us in no
material particular;. ? - "
' ? Duriiig'.'hara. times" tlje.eec^irity of reliable Insurance .
an imperative duty? the ability bf pro'perty ovriem to sus
tain! oss t^eijigt^c^. much lessened.
? 7 Policies issued without dalay, andall business attendefi ' .11
to with dispatch and.fidtlity, by, t. .
-j -< tuaw-r.sin?r imWi?, ?
-??"*?* ?**-, Office ftt tho.Savii?ii^:Biusk orvl.^l^g , r
.'febl9-daw-tM Jan. 1st, *B&. ' A J 1 ' f - 1
? ? ,v =;'?
I\ocrpo>ratcd l?Sl'. oc-1
dangers attending #the 'Cr AnsportHtiou of.Qood* *n -rlvurt^
*seas, lakefe, canal* and railroads.
sdi tfllvr v DUfiBCTO&B. f" : .
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