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fraiwiAO VOLUME 8. * WHEEI ING, VAMONDAY' MORNING, NOVEMBER*!. 1859 A NDM?ER?a8 BUSINESS CARDS a. eiOHABDsux. A. B. CiLDffKLL. HICHARD30W & CA1DWBLL ATTORNEYS AT Law ?%ZTej'' "rncr "mt iw<" ... WUKKLIVO, Vi. ALFRED HUGHES, M. D H0MI3PATH1C PHYSICIAN Orricit Hooas:-?Morningjfrom 7 to ? Noon, i ?? g 8veilings, " 7 ?? 9 SAM't, P. WHEELER AT I ORNEY ATLAW xo. ISO fbprth street, ' ??-lT whebliwo, va. J. BOON WI'LUSE, ATTORNEY at l. a w , " ? ?<pSpT???*?4 N.H. Will practice in the several Oourta ??.t- , . eixbb <flu*coantles. Particularatt -nllr' . n i ? 1 e collection of clain,.. ' J. H. PKSDLKTOK PENDLETON & tVT VT.VTTV Al-TDHNEYS AT law Oitlce, Orcr he (inIlk or Wtae<s|i'n|, R. B. McLAIN & Co, WHOLESALE <<? RETAIL DRUGGISTS TTAviVn"""A v,l'hcclin* U?7^- Y;n'ryt!S' ???rjixnr^pTr^ ?JXA atetzmsgZ SsttsjjK allhouOTvti?*nSW G E O . K . WHEAT, ([.ATE WltKAT A CIIAPI.INE.) No. 40 )IOMi?ESrRCRT, VnCBIiIKC, WllOLKrtALB DKALKR IN FANCY GOODS, Jewelry, Perfumery, Patent Me.llclne?, Paper, ' School and B.anV Books, Stationery, Looking Qlaiuea, Ac. R '9*> Ginseng, Beemax, Feathers and Flaxseed Wanted. iutii? J". O. HARBOUR. VTMOl.KSAI.IC AXD KKTAIL IJKALKU IX CARPETS, RUGS, OIL CLOTHS, Vra,HT??\per' Curtain Materials. And Upholstery Ware of Every Description NO. 143 MAIN S ! HEETi III ? ?, WnSEHKo, TA. Ill and Mago;;aoy Framed I.ookinp Glasses, on hand and made to order. sep9 Q. bakke. 7" - ?. o. WB/OHT. BAK?,R & WRIGHT, _ wholesale Dealers In TOBACCO, SNUPF &. SEGARS ? . 1W?. as, main Street, >pg"ly WHEELING VA. S. AVERY, Wholesale and Retail Hat and Cap Manufacturer. NO. U6 MAINSTREKT, . . Wheeling, Va. m f ? , rRestand best assortraentof Hats ?n.| n.ms of all qualities and siies. jn"j5 OEOHGB E. WICKHAM, A UCTIONEER ? AND COMMISSION MERCHANT No. 180 Market Square, S\vednesd-^anl1|,fTe^^^^"",^r^ll^"e"rv ??!?? of Real' 'estate prom,>t'ly attended'tn.' S "'"'"ja-iy'' p. C. HILDRETH & BRo77~ M A X U F A C T CRER S' A G E N C Y NO. 53 MAIN STUKET, Wlivrling, Va. Por the sale of ..ortray Nail Rod, Zinc Wash.hoards, Galv'd Tron Kails x?\n>}?~ ^>eet Iron, aJ ,? I rlntmjr Papr, Wire, a . ? B?nnet Boards, Zinc, ?*,, ? Wrapping Paper, Sheet Copper, Sp- in.es. Smith's Bellows, Ac., Ac., Ac. The highest market price paid for Hags, Flaxseed, Oin enp, Scrap Tron, Ac., Ac. dec29-y T 11 I Ofi*N. R. II. LI3T. O. D. HUBBARD LOGAN, LIST & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO T. H. LOGAN * CO.) Wholesale and Eetail Druggists, ,n^i'Ise r?"-ucr- '""??? ??-. Wheeling. V?. A Kh prepared to supply good* of superior quality at Ip? 5 . Pr?ces, to all those *?? n may find It convenient to mak< heir purchases at the "Bridge Corner." 4'C"OOOD- a ? ~ CcToon A. C GOOD & CO , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dyestnffs, Perfumery, Patent Medicines, itc., WWiS .YA ry jLXD HOKfiOK STIiFHTS, Wbeeliaj,, Vs. ?ra constantly recelring additions to our already complete uoric. and are prepared to execute orders upon WMitaust farnrable terms. and /'ram.,! fife Jfonlh eaH KSr CT",t,T to their adrnntasie to clve us n call before pun-basin* elsewhere. Wee nuarantce all art) " " represented. jan14 GEO. W. JOHNSON, OLKSALa Ann RKTAIL MAX0XACTCRER A2*P DRALKR IH Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware, Mo. 179 Tlarkct Square. WIlKRLINGy VA. ALWAYS on hand a large assortment of the above wares P irticular attention given to Job Work of Every de scription, such as Conductors and Valliesfor Houses. Cop per Pines made to order on short notice. Sheet Iron work ''one promptly. Steam Doat work. Mill work. Elevators, C:s;n for Mills and Threshing Machines. A large assort ?untof Jappaned Ware, Stoves.Castings and Ifollo*^ Ware. Glass Lanterns, the best Lamps fnr burning Lard or waste rnrase ever invented; Brass aud Copper Kettles of nil size*, alar ay# on hand. I am prepared to fill all orders for the above on the most accommodating terms. f'-MO rjFOROE W. .THTrNPON. _ T. SWEENEY &, SON, (Successors to Swkkjcry * MANUFACTURERS OP FLINT GLASSWARE, China., <tacfQawnre. Lamps, Girnudolfs, Table Cutlery, Ac. No. C5, MAIN STREET, X* BKKLIXO, VA. EDMUND P. ZANE, AVrORSEY AT LAW AND Commissioner in Chancery. Office, Corner of Monroe and Fourth Streets, WHKHLING, VA. "VV7ILL practice in the Courts of the adjoining counties * ' and gfcre particular attention to the collection of <Ast?cv iMMy THE INTELLIGENCER. A House Adveiitiskiibkt.?A- man in Wis consin advertises his horse for sale, and thus discources : Thou canst trust thy labor to liitn, bscaus# his strength in great. Thou canst bind him with his band in the furrow; lie will harrow the valleys after thee. He will gather thy seed into thy barn. His strength is terrible, in which he rejoic etli. The glory of his nostrils is his pride; his ne<k is clothcd with thunder. lie paweth in the vailey, and waxeth proud in his speed. He uiocketh at fear; neither tui neth he his back from the hobgoblins. Lo now, lie moveth his tail like a cedar; his sinews are as cables. His hones are like strong pieces of brass, yea, like.bars of iron. He eatcth grass like an ox; behold he drink eth up a river, uiul trustelh that he can draw up Jordan in his mouth. ^ jjW'hn can open the door of his face? vet thou canst approach hiui with a bridle. His teeth are terrible 'round about. I will not conceal his parts, nor his power; nor his comely pi oportions. "lie la gentle,he Is kind. And his tail sticks out bthind." And I want to sell him for something I can pay my debts with. l>oe*lick? on n Cricket TSntch . I have heard a great deal about the manly sports of "Merrio England," and have always had a great respect lor experts in the athletic games of the Britishers. Cricket has been specified as a game requiring the greatest pos sible quickness of eye, and activity of limb, and I have heretofore looked upon it as gloris ous sport, full of intense though inocuous ex citement. In mv lamb like innocence I have always, until yesterday, supposed "cricket" to be a diversion, an amusement, a pastime, a holiday recreation, and nothing but ocular demonstration could ever have convinced me of my gr?.*at mistake. Two famous "Elevens" were to play a match at Iloboken?crack men on both sides?heavy bets?sporting world all prophesying great things?resolved to go?did jio?am disappointed, and I may say, disgust ed. Cricket is not a frame, it is a popular fal lacy to suppose it is, hut it is a solemn cere mony periodically performed with the greatest sci-huisiicss by deluded Englishmen who think they're having fun. Fun! A cricketer has no more appreciation of genuine fun than a dead jackass has of a fancy hornpipe. Grim are the cricketers, and desponding; smileless, dejected, forlorn and billious. Tho Pilgrim Fathers, holding an out door evening prayer meeting on a side hill in four feet of snow in the middle of February, were a gay set of jolly dogs compared 10 these rueful cricketing Kngs lishtnen out ior a day's pleasure. A New York murder trial or a Kentucky hanging match, would be a roaring farce by the sportive tiage-. dy of these two crack "Elevens." The Ghost of Hamlet's father, and tho spectre of tho mur dered Ranqno talking over their private affairs at midnight by the light of blue lire, would be a gay and festive scene, when likened to tho iloboken cricket ground, with a match in pro gress. Cricket? well, hereafter when 1 want a synonym for all that is intolerably dull and stupid, I shall say, Cricket. When I want to express a grand climax of spiritless dejection, 1 shall remark, Cricket. When I desire to say of some man against whom 1 have a mortal grudge, that be is grim visaged, jaundiced, melancholic, dismal and flat, I shall simply call him a crick eter, and then I shall dodge. And if any man accuses uie in a like manner, 1 shall lake out a wan ant for defamation of character and sue him lor maliciously damaging my reputation lo a huge extent. 1 went lo Iloboken with Damphool, who al though an American, is a cricketer?I hope Damphool may be forgiven, and indeed I think ibere is salvation in store for him, provided he speedily repents of Cricket and takes to base ball. Damphool told me I would see great sport?got to the gionnd?bestowed myself under a tree while Damphool went to the Club House to attire himself?presently he appeared again dressed in white flannel from head to foot ?he had a jockey cap on his head and buckskin slippers on his foot. Just before the game commenced, he tied a bedquilt on each leg, and put on some leather gloves?then the people took their places?tho men who were not howl-, ing, all took the same position, with their hands on their knees, and their chins elevated at an angle of 45 degress?then the umpite called out "play"?then the boa ler, a disheartened looking man, took up tho ball, which was as hard as a brick, and threw it with all his might at a lugu brious individual with a two handed pudding slick in his grasp, who stood in front of some little sticks which were stuck in the ground like an unfinished hen coup. There were two melancholy- bowlers, two drooping batsman and two unfinished ben coops ?when the dejected man saw the ball com ing, he made a poke ut it with his pudding suck, hut didn't hit it; then he sadly rosted from his labors, while a number of doleful men on the other side wearily sought for the hall? then the other bowler with a sad countenance threw the ball at the oilier gloomy batsuinn, who made another dispirited poke at it with his pudding stick: this time he hit it?then he ran towards the other hen coop, while the man at (bat end ran to his hen coop?then the marker put down one mark for bis side?then they all rested in desponding silence for five minutes, during which time everybody re ligiously kept mournfully still?1 expected to hear soma one lead in prayer, or begin an ex hortation, or commence reading the funeral service, or some inspiiiting thing of that kind, but no one volunteered an}' amusement, and pretty soon the downcast players resumed tbe mysteries of cricket?there was uiore throwing, at the. lien coops,?and pretty soon one was knocked down?then the batsman who had ought to have stood before it and stopped the ball with the bedquilts on his legs was declared to be "out"?then he retired discomfitted, while the rest of his eleven set up a dismal groan. Then Damphool went in and took the pud ding-stick?than the grave men threw tho ball at Damphool?Damphool poked it manfully? then he run for the other hencoop, and the man who presided at the other pudding slick run Tor his hencnod?the .bedquilts on Dainpbool's legs interfered with his speed, and be didn't get along very fast?so the man pensively took the ball and knocked down Dainphool's hencoup? then Domphool was out. They persevered in this jocularity until eunset, at which the fu - __ ? J?-? neral state of things came to an end?then the eleven whose pudding stick men. Imd triads the i most journeys between the hen coops was de clared to be the winner?then they untied the hedquilts from their legs, took off their flannels and went home. This is all there is of the game of Cricket?it may be a. very brisk amusement fur some men, but I would as soon think of ta king pleasure in a hearse, or of going to a dozen pedestrian funerals for a day's pleastirq, as of participating in the gloomy ceremopies o( Cricket for the same length of time. I have been low spirited ever since the great .'Jersey match, and am rapidly sinking under thq re membrance of the dismal doings on that op pressive occasion.?Disconsolately. Q. 1?. Philander Doksticks, P. B. Tub first number of the Egyptian Republic, pnblished at Centralis, Illinois, gives the followr ing as fts programme: Plank 1.?Opposition to Whisky and Intem pearanr.e. Plank 2.?Opposition to the ex tent ion of sla ve 11 v. Plank 3.?Opposition to modern Democracy and the Devil generally. ; Sentient and Fact.?A young lady who wore spectacles,- exulaimcd, in ii voice of senti mental enthusiasm, to a ploughman, who was walking on the road:? "Do y.ou, sir, appreciate the beauty of. thnt landscape? Oh, see those darling sheep and lambs skipping about!" t 'Them aint sheep and lambs?them's hoys. Miss." GRAND EXHIBITION! FKKE OP CHARtiE, & everybody INVITED TO CALL. IMMENSE STOCK OP NEW FALL GOODS! JUSt REOEIVF.D AT IS^..A_C 3? CHER'S, IMo. .Hain direct, VI7HERE everything in ti e way of DRY A fr'ANOY GOODS V t will be fou'id, at lower prices than anywhere else, and I am well satisfied that those who will give ine a trial wiU be b.,ti<flcd both with jroods and prices My stock consists of: DRESS (rOOI.R of every kind, such as Poll dc Chevre, Poplins, Aluacc vi, Merinps.JDeLainets, etc. MILLINERY GOODS of f-rery description, such as Bon net flowers, Ruches, Dor net Silks, frames, etc., all or which I promise to sell very low and to dealers I will make as low prices as Houst-f, Kant. EMBROIDERIES?Collars, Bands,Setts. I have the lar gest stock in Wheeling, and lower than ary other House this side the mountains. MUSLINS, bleached an* unbleached, She< tinps, Calicos, cic., mi immense stock und the very lowest fiuures. men'S & BOYS' WEAR?I have twice as large a stock as any other establishment, and I invite the particular atten* tion of t!ie trade to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere: Iso, Tailors' Trimming. &)0 Shawls, comprising every variety, the Blanket, the Broche, the Stella, both round and pq'mre, from to #10. Also, ? new stylo called the Reversable. Hosiery and Notions at the lowest figures, wholesale and retail. Cloaks of the latest styles?In short, I wili be able to show a complete stock of everything !n my Hih*. Call and see. ISAAOfP?<AGKlV _ septlo z ? Mnlu Sli?'j (OAKU.) J. A. METCALF, (Succeasor to 1*. 0. Hlldreth & Oo.) COMMISSION MERCHANT AJfD MANUFACTURES' AGENT Nails, Iron, Steel, Springs, . Axies, ? Rosin, For the sale of Window Glass, Flint Glassware, Green Glassware, Priuting, Paper, Wrapping Paper, Wooden Ware. Cincinnati Soap Lard Oil, Lime, Piaster Paris, Cement, Starch, Together with many articles of Pittsbnrg and Wheeling manufacture. No. 56 Paxton's How, Main St. iv-2 U'licfMns. Va. FALL & WINTER, 1859. MBRONS. Millinery and Straw G-oods ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO., XUrOKTKRS AS? 40BBKRS OV I Ribbons, Bonnet Silks and Satin, Velvets, EIiicfavM, Flowcix, Penther?? i STKAW BONNETS, FLATS, AC. No. 257 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore Street, , BALTIMORE* 3rd, I O.Ter a Stock unsurpassed In the United States in variety j and cheapness. I Orders solicited and prompt attention given. Term*, 6 ; tnof., 6 per cent off, for cash, par funds. auglO-Gin T. If. LOGAN. C. D. HUBBARD. R. H. LIST T. H. LOGAN & CO. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, WHEELING, VA. HAVE reinoreil to th-lr NEW WAUKR00M3, N?. 47 Main St. and No. S Quincy St. Main St; Entrance, next door to Baker k Hopkins. *3T~ Quincy St. do near B. & O. 11. R. Depot and Wharf. DRUGS, PAINTS, OIL". MEDICrNKS, VARNISFIES, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, PERFUMERIES, WHITE LEAD, PATENT MEDICINES, Ac. Offered to the trade, in city.and country, at low prices and of the be*t> quality. OnftJt and prompt customers are Inritrd to call. api WHEELWRIGHT, MUDGE 8c CO. Wholesale Paper i>ealers, NO. 14, HANOVER STREET, Corner of German,, BALTIMORE\ MD A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PRINTING PAPERS, News and Book; Colored Papers a all kinds. Straw Boards; Binders and Trunk Boards; Bonnet Boards, White ami Colored; Printer* Cards and Card Boards,in every variety; Tissue and Shoe Paper; nardwaie and Manilla Paper; Press Bowrds. A full assortment o. French Folio Post, Packet and Letter Paper, Marble Paper, Post Office and Bank Envelope; Wrapping Papers, all kinds; ?!heathintr. Tack and Spice Papers; Printing a?til Writing Inks. Alum, Bleachinir Powers. Z&- Paper of every description made to order. febHMy ARTIST?' TUBE COLORS A MATERIAL?The finest as sortment In the city, just received and for sale at octll 8. FUKDEKBERG'8. CORN MEAL.?25 bushels Extra Corn Meal In store and fr sah> hr flbfctllj MATHEW McKABB. THE SAVINGS BANK OF WHEELING, OFFICE MAuVST., BETWEEN.VOXltOE&*UXWX. MjrONEY' received on Transient Deposit. Interest paid on TJ. -Special Deposit. Collections promptly attended to. &gshange;on the Bast bought andsold. THOS. H. LIST, President. SAM'L P. HILDRETH, Treasurer. jant4 LARK L. XAX.S. g. F. MILLER. C. L, ZANE &. CO., if JjfPJRTERS A5D DSAI.SJtS IM FORBIOB k' DOMESTIC WINES & LIQUORS, MANUFACTURERS OP PORE CATAWBA WINES, ft-. Qoincy Mi , bet. Mala nnd market St*. WHEELING, VA. Kfeep constantly on hand BRANDIES, SCOTCH aud IRISfl W KI3KIE8, JA MAI OA It ONtf axd CORDIALS, CHOICE OLD BOURBON WMdKlES. septfl-tyd UEXRT K. LIST. ROBT. MOKHISOX. W. M.LOQOJ. r list, nosnison & co. Successors to List A Howell and H. K, Lift." . WlfftLESALeGROOERS $ PRODUCE DEALERS Noa.78 4 80, Main Stkret, Wheeling, Vn. VXTE desire to state to the friends of the late firm, and to V.Vi the trade geuerally, that we are in uossession of the most ample (acilities for the transaction of a WHOLESALE GROCERY AND PRODUCE BUSINESS. I We are determined to execute all orders entrusted to our 6are, with fidelity and promptness, and on the most favor able terms. LIST, MORRISON A CO. January 1st, 1859. ?Those 'having unsettled accounts with tlie late firms of Henry K. List & Co. or List A llowell, will please take notice, that Henry K. Litt, having purchased the entire interest of A.Allen Howell, in *?aid firms,(Mr- Hu well retiring from hu tiness) is alone authorized to make settlement. janl-y NOTICE. THAVE this day associated with ine, my son W. B. Pumph rky, under the firm name of I. M. Pomphkby A Sor,. for the purpose of conducting u general COMMISSION & FORWARDING BUSINESS, Giving speclil attention to the roncnAHR and salr of Weal, Fl?nr. Bncou, I'royixinny, &c.. Ac. January 1st, 1S39. 1. M. PtJMFHHBY. CO-PA RTNERSl'ir. M. P?HPIiaHT. W. B. FffUPORRT. I. M. PUWPHRBY & SON, ?omnI??leii unci Forwardio; .llerchnnlii, DEALERS IN WOOL, FLOUR, BACON, PROVISIONS^ A "? PHODUCK (t 13 N E li ALLY No. 70 Main Street, janl WHEELING, VA. ADAMS HOUSE!" Cor. Ilunorrr & Pratt Hts., Kaltimore. (fid. TliEninderiigaeil beg.* leave to call your attention to th above H>use. It is hew and well located, but thre square* from tbo Cambrian Depot, in the centre of business and has every convenience and comlort you may desire The Table li good, the Chambers large and airy, and the Terms LOW?as follows: Per Meal or Lodging 5>l cents. I to 8 days $l?5n P?-*r day. 3 to T " 1,25 per day. 7 to 14 " '.. 1,00 per day. Rsspectfnlly, &c., D. M. ADAMS, Proprietor, , myT-4y Late of tbe Adams House, Chlcngo, HI. 50 Dollars!- 50 Dollars!! IT HAS NO RIVAL.?[Scientific American. EVB11Y ST VLB of Wheeler -t Wilson's Manufacturing Co.'s celebrated Sewing Machines, for sale at 0. P. BROWN'S Watch ami Jr-vflry Store, aos$ 18 Mitfn Street. ~ chasTmorgan, LATP.T.Y awarded the F!r?t Premium fcr the best Man's Saddle, and a Ditdoma lor theb^st Harness, at the Fair on Wheeling Ttland, Sept., has on hand the most com plete assortment of Saddles, Harness, Trunk*, Ac., Ac. to !?? found in the western country, which I will sell very cheap for cash, and warrant to giro general sati?.action. Just pjTc me a call and iook at my assortment before purchasing: elsewhere as I am bound not to be undersold. Don't forget the place, No. ICG Main st., cor. of Market Alley. octS The Citizens' Deposit Bank o WHEELING. BANK open from 9 o'clock a. m. until3 o'clock p. it. Dis count days?Thursdays 10 o'clock a. m. Money received on transient deposit. J.tUrett paid on special deposit*. 1ST Collections made and proceeds promptly remitted. DIKECTORS: Jacob Berger, J. N. Vance, Jacob Hornbrook, G. W. Franzhelm. Warren Cooper, J K. Botsford, Geo. K. Wheat, Chester P. Knox. J. U. Dickst, Cashier. Alfrkd Caldwell, Pres't. [fcb4-v] HOWE'S_SCALES. P. C. HILDRETH & BRO., ?S3 ItBain Street, Wheeling, Va. ARE Agents for lIowti!s..Improvcd weighing Scales, Hay and Cattle Scales, Portable Drop Lever and Dormant Warehouse Scales from 400 to Virginia State Agricultural Fair, Petkr*bcb?, Nov. P. 1S.VJ. A Brit class Diploma awarded by the Virginia State Agricol?nral Society. These scales hare been introduevd in Virginia but two weeks, in which time they hare rfceiyed a rit.T cla?3 Diploma and two fir^t class Mkdal?, and are a^proVed and recommended by all who have examined ihem. Call and see them at auv22-d*w P. C. 1IU.DRKTJI A BRO.,M Main St. NEW FIRM. THE undersigned hare associated themselves together as a firm, under the stvle.of MAXWELL, OAMPBEIL & TINGLE, For the purpose of doine a WTiOI.EdALE GROCERY *t GENERAL COXUISSIQX business, at No, 5S Main St. in the room formerly occopffed by Baker A TTopfcln*. | We respectfully solicit the attention of the Trade,. J AS. MAXWELL, qf late firm pf Paxton, Donlon A Co. THOS. J. CAMPBELL;fate with List A Howell. GEO. R. TINGLE, lite with List A Howell. jr.r4 PURE. LIQUORS^ W1 are now receiving anu keep constantly on hand a Bupply of the following Liquors, to which we desire to call the attention of tbe trade irenerally. We flitter our selrei that we,can give eniirt aatinfaotlon to all who may favor us with'their orders. . . ' Pinet, Oastillioro A Co.'s Brandy of 1546. Sei^netta Brandy, Cognac Brandy, Domestic do Cherry do Ginger do Apple do Peach do Blackberry do Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Mardeira Wine, Muscat do Mnlaga do Claret do Ueidsick'B Obnmpagne, Huidsick A Co's Champagne, California Sparkl'ng Chompigne: Holland Gin, Domestic do. Jamica Rum. Irish Whisky". .Monongahela do. Rectified do, rnitE RYE WHTSKY of 1SS0. Falkirk Ale, Younger's do, London Brown Stout. Cigars, Tobacco, Salid Oil, Ac. Al! orders entrusted to our care will r<t?*elve nrompt at tention. W. A. EDWARDS h BRO., comer of Market and Monroe streets, scplfl Opposite, the McLure House, Wheeling, Va. A LCOHOL.?25 bbj?. 70 and 98 per cent Alcohol, juat received and for sale by petti J^.FVNDEXBEK O. 'A PPM23<?25 bblA^cVed .Apples just rereivcd.and lb* JrX. sal* WITH A GORftnAij EOSTETTEB'S SieiAgfJITTEiS. It is :? fact 'that', tit some period, every mem ber of : lie-human- family is subjeet to ilijscaso jor dsjlurbauec.-cJ' the bodiiy itnictiooB; but, villi the aid of i>.jroyd ;utile :md tlio exereiso v: t.hv.ii coalmen sense, they may be able so to rf-:':iata llie system V.t to secure permanent i.c ;Iiii. in e nter tj accomplish this desired c~jael. tjto true course to pursue is .certainly wi.uh will. produce a natural state of at the least hazard of vital strength and li.'i. i or this purpose, l>r. Hostctter lias in uu lucgjl 10 tIlia,country a preparation bearing 1.U name,'with ij not a new medicine, but ono -that l;::s bee: f tried for years; giving satisfac tion to nil who have used iu TLe Bitters operate, powerfully, upon the stomach, bowels, ? and .'liver, restoring tiiem to a healthy trfid^ ?yigdr<-,ii3 action, and thus, by the simple pro- ~ "ecsi of strengthening nature, enable the sys tem to triumph over disease. For the euro of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau sea, ria'.uloney, l.oS'j ot' Appetite, or any lJilious Complaints, tuSsing from a mqrbid inaction of. tii., Stomach,.or liowcls, producing Cramps, l>y sent cry, Colic, Cholera Alorbue, &e., theso Hitters havo no equal. Diavrluea. dysentery or flux, so generally con tracted by new settlers, and caused principally by the change of water und diet, will be speedily regulated by a brief use of this preparation; Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably moro prevalent, ia all its various forms, than any other, and the cause of which may alwajs be attributed to derangements of the digestive organs, can be cured without fail by using liUSTjOTTUPv'S STOMACH BlT'i'KKS, as per directions oil t he bottle. For this disease every ?physician will recommend Hitters of some kind; then >vhy not use an article known to bo infal lible ? All nations have their Bitters, as a pre ventive of disease and strcngthener of the sys tem in general; and among them all there is not to be found a more healthy people than the Germans, from whom this preparation ema nated, based,upon scientific experiments/which Iiave.tot.dcd to prove the value of this great preparation in the scale of medical science. Fever and Ague.?This trying and provok ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp ou the body of mail, reducing hint to a mere sha dow; iu a short time, and rendering hint phy sically and mentally useless, ran he driven from the body by tlio use of liO,9TBTTBH'S ItKXOWNKl) BITTiHtS. Further, noneofthe above-stated diseases tan be contracted, even in exposed situation's, if tlio Bfttcra ure used its per directions. And as they neither create nausea nor olfend the palate, and render un necessary any changc of diet or interrupt ion of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep and healthy digestiou, this complaint is re moved as speedily as is consistent with tlio pro duction of a thorough and permanent cure. I'ur Persons i:i Advanced Yenrs, who arc suffering from nil enfeebled constitution und infirm body,, these Hitters lire invaluable as a reparative pf straigtli ptul.^igoi-, aml nood only""bo ^rTccf to b6 appreciated. Am! to a ^toother -virile riirrKin# those ISittova*are .India-- . pcnsable, especially where the hiijtherV nonr- -. ishincnt is inadequate to the demands of tlio child, consequently her strength must yield, and here it is where a good tonic, such as liostetter's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart temporary strength and vjgor to the system. Ladies should by all means try this remedy for all cases of debility, and, before so doing, should ask their physician, who, if ho is acquainted villi the virtue of the Bitters, will recommend their use in all cases of weakness. CAUTION.?Wa caution the public a<rain?t usin?j any of the many imitations or counterfeits, but ask for IIostettbu's Ckxxokated Stomach IJiniiiis, and see that ca?;ii bottle lias the uorilrf " Dr. J. llostcUer's Stomach Bitters" blown on the cMo of the bottle, and stamped on lh? metallic cap covering the cork, ami observe that our autograph signature ii on tlio label. Prepared ancl sold "by EOSTETTER & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by till druggists, grocers, and doalora federally throughout tho Unitod S tutor, Canada, South, America, and Germany. U^For *?io by LAUGilLlN'S & MJSHFIEI.D, Agent?, tVheeling, Vn. scj 3D ti&wrly a. BOTLH. FH??Sr.iCC COOLS. BOYLE & CO., 59 Second Street, ci^cijsrisr^VTi, o., IMPOSTKHS Oi?? FOREIGN LIQUORS & WINES; ?DiniLLKKS OF? Alcohol, Cologne Spirits, Cuuiphcoc, Xiiirning Fluid, and Mpirils of T urputinc. Manufacturers of every description of Domestic Liquors, Wines, Cordials and French Bitters. Have constantly on hand various grades of pure ROV2CROIV AND ISVE WIBI8KY, PEACH and APPLE BRANDY. Also, BARATARIA ar.d NEW ENGLAND RDM, Ac. Sole manufacturers of the celebrated "ROSE" WHISKY. Agent for T. OOCLE'S JAPANESE BITTERJ. [apT-ly_ The N. Y. Paper Warehouse OIST THE DELARUE PLAN. T) CLE AND FINISH OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP FINE L Papers, in our own establishment. Stock from the best Mills in tlfti country, by an entire new process, usiug pat ented machinery, exclusively our own. Bill Ht)?d Paper? two, four, six or more heads to the sheet. Patent Headed and common Bill Cap and Blank Book Papers, style and quality of the ruling unsurpassed, at a small advance in price from plain paper. "We are prepared to finish to order for Dealers and Stationers, goods in their own wrappers siamped (device furnished) without extra charge. "Will ex change from nur stock cf ruled papers with manufacturers! for Flat Papers, to their advantage. CARSON A HARD. W/ioli*als Paper Dtaltr*y No. 44 Beekman street. New Yorls. apl?-ly C. X3; stipel, Mannfactuicv of Tiu Sc Sheet Iron Wore AND DEALKR IN HOUSEFURITISHING- HAEDWAKE, HAS cn hand a very large assortment of lloust-furnl^h ing Goods, a part of his Mock consisting of a fine lot of Water-cooler.*, lined with porcelan; Watcr-filtcrers, Wait ers, Teacanlster*, Master's patent minute Fre?cr, Old Dominion Coffee-rots, Bird rapes. Cutlery, Britannia and Black Tin Ware, Tinned and Enameled Hollow Ware, Brass Kettle?, Ac. He requests of hlr customers and the p'iblln generally, particular attention to his Water coolers and patent Freezer, if a**v one wishes to save TC<-; and the Old Dominion Coffee Pet makes the best ccffee, and soon will pay In saving coffee. Also on hand a very lar?e assortment of hi* own manu factured Tin Ware, wholesale and retail. Any articles not on hand will be made.to order at the shortest notice and at reasonable price*. tsr* FRUIT CANS ALT?A TS ON STAND. Those in want of Howsekeeping Goods, Fill do well to call on him. His articles are too numerous to mention. Those who call will find most every article lor fitting out a fine household. - C. E. STIPEL, &>y2&-d 6m No. 17$ Main St. Wheeling, Ya. \4~EASURES.?White Woe Sealed Half Boshelici 31 - ??????.? P-cVb & Half Perks/ " u Half A <fcj*rter Pj?<*9, trp?x r?*r sste by JO?. A. UFTCALF. INSURANCE. T.>V TO THOSE WHO WISH TO 3B INSURED AGAINST ALL CONTINGENCIES. Tin; Oomc Inaurnnca Company of Weir 1 York. Cash. Capital (every dollar P?id.ln)..,...$i?OO0*OOOf do Contingent Fund (over) 300,000 ? yy The largest 0*sh Capital for the amount ?f risk . j any office In the United State?. The Vnnnrance C'ompaur of this Yttllt? * Virisiuiu. Cash Capital (paid Is) ..$300,00 t CT Much the largest Cash Capital of any cffice cLai tered by tbis.Stat*. . < FIRE AND INLAND RISKS TAKKN ON TFIR MOST REASONABLE TKKUS. , Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid bv ' ^The Com I tie n ro^Wn^VS Ifd y - ? ? 1 IVcw Vork. I. : i<?JE# Cistr Capital (paid In) , .'ffcOMPO Cash Contingent Fund (over) 3T6,0t'd 3 In this office the assured participate in the profits wjth- , out incurring any risk. The liyncbbnri^ Hone nud Fire iMurahci I'ompau). 4 . Cash Capital.'. ...$100,DCt W. F. 1'r.l EKSON, Jr., Ageut 4)rer 9- 500,000 of Cash Capital represented by . this old and well established Agency* where every loss.1 a the above offices has been promptly paid iu AVh'etlhSg, be fore it was due by the terms of the policy. W. V. PETERSON, Office next door to M Jt M. Rank, jy7-lr J Main ?t., Wheeling. Great West era Insurance and Trust Co., of Philadelphia, Pa. CHARTER PKKPETU5VL, CAPITAL S500,000. TOIIUE INSURANCE, on Store*. Dwellings, Public Build- I I ings and Merchandise z?-ntr:ill,v. Limited or Perpetual. Marine Insurance, on Vessel>, Cargo, Steamboats und : Freight to all parts of the world; uiso, Inland Insurauoo oti Goodsto all parts of the country. Cn*a. C. LArusop, President, L. Gregory. 3d Vfcc Pret't, ? Ww. DAULihU, Vie#: President, jAS..WmeHT,Sec'y & Trea'n. DIRECTORS. Char. C. Lathrop, Win. I>arlinev Alex. Whlllden, * Thos. L. Uiilleepie, Ismhc Tfazleliurst,* Jus. B. Smith, John C. Hunter, Hon. Henry Fuller, E. Tracy, John U. Nogdea, John R. M'Curdy, James Wright. Jonah J. Slofeum, Alfred Taylor.. .jO$ges Equitably Adjusted and Prcmjithf FuiiZ. Applications for insurance will be promptly attended to at the 44Bankof Wheeling" from 9 A. M. to 8 o'clock P. M., and before and after *ai?i iiours at the office of the Com pany over tho "Bank of Wheeling" bv N. L. DORSKV, Agent, jelS-ly . Wheeling, Ya. ALBEMARL-T3 INSURANCE COMPANY OF CIIAHLOTTSVII.!4jj VA?, CAPITAL, 8400,000. PENNSYLVANIA INSURANCE COMPANY OF P1TTSBUIM1H. PA., CAPITAL 8800,000, COMMOXWEA/.Trr JXSUHANCB COMPANY ;t ~ OP HARKISBI,'!'.';, PA? " CAPITAL S300.000. Quaker City Ir.311r.anoe Company. of l'nii.AnRi.tniiA, i*.v., CAPITA*. $50?.000. ' THR above CompaMes ha vine appointed the undersigned their Aseiit.for Wheeling and vicinity, w*flntr<'rcgpitV fully solicit the ]>??tronaire of ti??? public. Said Companies are well known to be first class t filers. AH losses 'prompt-' ly adjusted. N. C. ARTHUR, Agent Office OYer the Citizers' Deposit Bark, feb5-y Wheeling, Y?. CHOICE FIRST CLASS INSURANCE " OP TH.K? Incorporated X819?Charter Perpetual, Cash Capital $l,COO,OCO. ABSOT.CTE AND UNIMPAIRED, WffXH A milBPJI.VS <>* ?SOO,3S7.Sil. Andthepresligeof 3S yegtjrwaucccsF and experience. ASSETS JANUARY 1, 1S58: Oaahinhand and Deposited!n Hartford Banks, $348,123.69 Cash in transit antl Agents* hand* i?J6tS72.o5. Money duet! c Company, secured by Mortgage... i5,4W.'?H Real Estate unincumbered ....47,650.4 ? Bills Receivable '. 35,177.18" 1URKCT. VALn*. 102 Bonds 6,7 and 10 peer . rterest, aar.uallv.3'.?2.0ti0.vo 657 Shares Rail Read Sto .*.. .o4,-li6.uO 50 do Connecticut River Co. Stock 1,260.00 50 do StafToidBatk 4t 5,0-0.60. 50 do Waterbury Bank " CO SO do Providence 4i 44 l,?nOO. a^no do Hartford *4 41 H?6,'-G0Ifa S9S5 do New York 44 41 560,662.f?<V 15 da J?r#ey C" 44 41 M25.0O 100 do United States Trnft Co. N. Y. Stock.-.lO.Ot.O.OO 150 do New York L. 1, and Trust Co. 41 ? ..22,M'0.i:o Total Mobl!(ilCf>: ' *|--r'(lG'"ti7-&*: U us* tiled c?3im" net due.. $178.lt2f.64 Losses Equitably Adjusted and I'rompthj Paid. UPWARDS OK Sll,000,000 Of Losses have been j>akl by tfco 35m a Insurance Co., in the past 88 ye a*?. ' J ? : ; Fir? 8l Inland Ua-vigatioxi Risks acacptcd at terms consistent with aoWescy aha "fair profit. Eap&cial attention given, to Insurance qf D TYSLLI2*G^ and ConttnUyfor terms o/\ to byearfi. The progress of this Corporation lias been stable and un interrupted through seasons o'financial sunshine and storm or periods?*rentfnl in or esen.pt from sweepinc contiapra tions and maritime disaster. Peine long established on a, cash basis,tlite troubles ?f the credlt'system affect us in no material particular. During "hanl times'* the security of reliable Insurance animperative duty? the ability of property cnr?ra t* sus tain loss being then muck lessened. j Policies issued without d ?">!*?, and all business attended , to T.-ith dispatch and fidfMty, by - 1?. ISli D1SKTII, Ap^nt, OiBce af the Saving's Can* t?f V hetifng. febl9-<iair-UU Jnn. 1ft. 'ftP. SftSUlEAWCIE THE FIRE AND MARINE TNSfiE'AXCfe COM PANY OF WHEELING. | Incorporated 1; TA KES risks at the lorvest rates on Buildings of all kinds* Steamboats, J? unciiturc and Merchandise, and against all. | dangers attending the Transportation of Goods ?n riYcra, seas,lakes, canals andraflroads. * i DIRECTOR^. Sam'l Ifeel, TVm. Fleminjr, Henty Cfa?gle.~ l E. CrangL*, C.Brady, Rob't Morrison ? ; Dan'lLarob, RobtPatterson, SmthI. Ott. KOBT. CRANGI.E.Prea't. I R. W. Harbiss, Bec'y. - gjyApphcatloixcfor Insurance will be promptly attended j toby the President and Secretary..- ?? J WfreeUpr.Jnn. gS.ISS*. . ? neLlTrNd'RTPNV.- ? . ATTORNEY A- OOUXkEJ.LOK AT lA FT, NO. 3? -NASSAU STISKJ.v'U, NEW TCE5C, nli\ ?V'??A1 rti'fv Atv !