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JrooE Lee, of Clarksburg, complains
that the paragraph in 6iir paper the
other morning to .the effect that h$ with
certain others therein mentioned, had
been indicted, by'the Grand'Jtjry of the
Circuit jCourt; Jiv Harrison County, for
tho acts ofrJonos' raiders in stealing
horses and cattle in 18oa, is a misappre
hension. It was a son of the Judge's
who was indicted. The Judge cluims
to be, and to have been all the while, a
loyal man. Ho was in Richmond at
tending Court in 1861 when ? tho ordi
nance of secession was passed, and
opposed it all the time?so much so as
to have incurred insult in the streets of
Riohmond. After tho passage of the
ordinance^ he left the Court in session
and came home, and from that day to
the present has refused to have any)
connection with the Richmond govern-'
incut, or. with tlioso by whom the re
bellion was fomented and conducted.
As a matter of justice to the Judge, and
at his request, we make this statement.
Personally he is unknown to us.
Tilings :\vill, adjust themselyea and
find a level after while at, ^Richmond,
and all over iho .south. General Terry,
according to the dispatches this morn
ing, has issued an order placing blacks j
and wlytes . 011 a perfect equality r as
regards their personal freedom?tlieir
outgoings and incomings. A good
many of the Bourbons, and of their
"poor white trash" at Richmond, have
yet to Jearu . tluit negroes have 11113'
rights which Jhpy are boiuul to respect,
hence the old Curfew Iaw.4, 'shell as
arresting a negro aft^r 9 o'clock at
night, ami subjecting him to all sorts.of
inquisitorial annoyances, as well''as
severe punishment, were still maintain
ed by Mavo and his police sim-e the new
order of things. The lesson Gen. Terry
aims to teach the llicll^iiiyujers, and all
the natives over there Is, in the lirst
place, that slavery is stone dead; and
iu the second J>h*ce, that white men have
110 longer either the right or tho power
to brutalize the blacks in any wuy or
relation, hnt thatbotli uro pefcft^^free
and independent as regards each otnpr.
Our old fricnil, Geii. ITartwufl4, has xvl?o
issued a timely order lit Petersburg,
putting xjiii eiKi to; nil the' mummery
recontly indulged iin by thd -Virginia
farmers at their public meetings,
wherever they* sought to 'establish an
arbitrary and ex parte control over the
work and wages of the negroes, much
the same as if the relations of the race
were unchanged. Tho burden of their
discussion* have been whether they I
would pay the negroes five or eight
dollars a month, and whether the. negro
Hhouid 1h? l>oiind to remidn a year With
them or forfeit his wages; thus ignor
ing any duality whatever to the con
tnfct. It will take some little time to
teach (ho ancient drivers and ^wners
that things are not as they, once were
with them; that, in otherwords, their old
high horse has t>ecome a very shabby
nag, and that in the ftittire tliey must
give as we'11 as tako? in the matter of
labor. . ; ? r ? "
An abundant luiryest we tmstjs^pn
to Ik? adde?l to the priceless boon .of
peace. At least IVom many parts of the
country come favorable reports'of such
a blessing. Throughout New England',
central New York, New Jersey, Ohio,
Illinois, northern Kentucky, Maryland
and West Virginia, grass, Wlieat7 corn,
oats and potatoes promise wdll. In
somo of the Southern States the wheat
harvest has already commented, and in
Oeoi^iMriiy^wtll have' new nour in
t wo weeks. So large a crdp of corn was I
never known in Alabama. There isj
less growth of the great staples, cotton,
sugar and toba'CCo, at the Sou^th^ but)
more of the necessaries of life. > Certain
sections and certain'crops have been!
scourged by the worm and the:tlv^ but
generally the crops are good. - Probably
the largest hay crop ever gathered will
reward the farmers, of the country. In
Canada it is a general impression, that
the present season is the most favorable
to farmers known ,for years/ The de
mand for farm lalibr In some parts of |
the province is much greater than the
supply. In Nova Scotia the season' has
been backward and wet with severe
frosts, but with fine weather now it is
not too late to secure good crops.
IjKWIs E. Parsons, the nowly ap
pointed governor of ^Alabama, is a
northerner by birth, but a long resident
of and a prominent lawyer at Tallagedn. j
He was a whig originally, but lias min
gled little in polities'recently, devoting,
himself to his profb^ioii. He was an!
original' opposer of secession, and was
elected to tho Alabama legislature for
that reason, Toliageda having given a
decided .majority against secession.?
While in the. legislature, Mr. Parsons
opposed the measured 6f tlie rebel Gov.
Watti# and his appointment as gover-.
nor of the state niyst jy it^iajyy one.
Johnson's hoalOiis somewhat improv
ed to-day, though .not .sufficiently to
enable him to receivo visitors. He will
probably attend tho usual cabinet
mooting. - ?
Alonso Ward Write* a letter to Ills
^Be-rattier" Aytenyn*.
Accidkjttlb H&TKXyN-HT.. Joon l|
In on? of Jake Sagar a plays occfL,
the follerin; a J?: ?? A.
above lines are
moma of O. Thellow, ILk*., ?.
Kaptan 'Of fsighpress, whd ranked as a
Mager Cteneritof the Veneeshin Army
under tAajQadge of Venus' fust kail for
10,000 helthjr volunteers. Mr. O. Thel
low- giveo, vont* t<Hii?-fcellHM: in-the}
above kwotation when he sueKsedes in;
discovering his wife Desdemonio Bar-i
banshio, collogin with Mikal Ivashio, t
c., eaten strawberries out of-lier hanke
cliew.
I too would1 "riithfef be a Tod," et
cetterer, and "fedo upon et eetterer,"
thaii claim relashirishlp to a wuthless
showman cwho repudiates his own flesh
^^les^^eflbxshi ns wasTorceil upon me
by readin. the foilerin pkrap in the
Sunday Time*, copied out of & New
Yawk Weakley Reftew of last weke or
weke before last?I disrecollect whitch,
only I know it was in sum of the Re
news Lately Published. Here Is the
slqrap tha* X alloode to:.
RjoHMOXD^VjA., 18 <fc65.
Afore I "commence this letter from
the late rebil capital I desire to dimply
say that I havseen a low And skurrillus
noat in the papers from a certaiiiperson
"who sighs lnmdelf Olonxo Ward, &
sez 1?0 is^ my borrttther.1 I did once
have a berrutlier by that name,
but T do not recognize him now.
jjTo-- me ho is wuss than ded! I
took him from college tep years ,ago
and gave lijm a good situation as'the
Bearded wpnian in my Show. How
did.he repay me for {his kindness ? Hp
basely undertook (one day whilq Jn a
Backynalien mood on rum <fc right in
sight of the aujience in the tent) to
stand upon his hed, wliarfeby he betray
ed his sex on account of his boots and
his Beard fallin oil' his fiice, thus rooinin
niyprospecks in that town, and like
wise incurrin the serls displeasure of
the Press, which sed boldly 1 was triflin
with the feelins of a intelligent public.
I know no such man as Olonzo Ward,
I do not ever wish-his name' breathed in
my presents.. I do not recognize him.
I perfectly difegust him. A. Ward.
After rending ? that I can say with
Robertspeire, .
"LeRoyis Mori," -I
and I am mort?I may say mortified? j
at my bbruther's inliewmanity. I wood
)i?xp remark that mortification set in \
omejetly I had red lijs notiseriisowjiin l
mo?mi#*, hts own beruther, I blush for!
nvi^ex and am williii now to di.
V'Tis sweet to die in childeliude;
weave nie no Giddy Chaplain;
Break if jointly to md^muther."
And now to dissect my repewdiatin 1
Ijerutljer's .not?. >^IIo satoJhp;tbdk Aie
frtim collidge, How. was I bene footed
bv> the^ change??me, suddt illy trans
planted from thegroovesof an academe
to the l>eastly booth of'a* blear eyed
berufclier; to be called on to drop TTklid
to hpcoino ju "Beared ed Woman;" and
wot T stilTertMl during "the 9 months I
acketed the "Beareded 'Woman" none
but a Beareded Woman knows.
While in, the capacity of a B. W, I was
starve^ by, my Jmpekunious borrulher
and liis" assistants. Pop Korn and
liar's grease- was ray principle diet.l
The former fude was given mt? to make I
me Kmashiated, and trooly I was Kma
shiated. I commence to Kmasho after
being with him 2 days. (N. B.?Any
pussop gwlio Jiys eaten pop r korn can
testify to its being a poor thing-to villi a
wackuem with.) The Beards Grease
was to:make my Hare - Sprout; for was
I not a bearded woman foresuth!
I now kiun, to that part- of ArtymuKo*
letter iu which Jie says I ecksposed him
by revealih my Sex.
? Have at ye! Gad zoolcs! ?
I am here! Fourgnd!
did' eckspose the awindel?but how ?
Ho! ho! me nobil Hiness?I will toll.
The suckemstanches are thus:
'Twas, evening, and .one bi one the
visitors dropt- otr. 'Tw as.growing late,
and i had notetiu a morsilof fude that
blessed day. (Fond reeder, keep your
eye on that faokt?I had etui, not fan nil
ildi/i) The visitors had departed,mid 1
was h'ft aLonor-mm save the dorekeper
and the whacks liggers broke the dim
hoorizing of that lonely teht. (I would
here remark Artymufc was absent
playin freeze-out poker with a stranger
mimed Riumion, from Saint .Loose, in a
deserted .Jbtygratler's kar ihat stood
I hard by.t)-tA man entered the show; his
I garb at onet betrayed him to be a
naught real man; there, wuh aaylqc in
j eV<$ry niovemenVof his no\>Il oybbrowse;
' the amiuond sliapod ???linger nails be
spoke him to be tin* .mate of a iSlupe.
i lie earniley surveyed tlio liggers of
Punches Pilot and. Long Tom Colling,
as they arc represented embracing each
other iii solid waeks. P. Pilot is offer
ing a tenpin ball to L?. T. Colling, who
smilinly. vpinta> tx> .the deelarashun or
independence pricked in ingv ink on
his pakld,nfm.. After kontemplatiii,the
aforesaid, sailyer advaneetf,;|oward me,
wile I, drest. as a orryentle Circusshin
Bride, gayjy reclined qu a bombaseen
j shaul, after the maimer of Beareded
j women ginerally.. -i^ i
] .'.'You hev a hefty beard, young lady,"
I fwvs the matvlow.
| ''C'liiIT! Chuff! Kybosk, Krap,'.' sais.I
I in Turkish?"which. means," sais I,
"that I am nineteen years of old, way
1480 pounds, and is 5 leet/elerlng inches
i hi.,r That was wot I alius sed when
| there was a full-House, cos I anceredall
j kuestions.at wunst. ?
1 44Tliank you." says .the gay Marineer.
Then sals li?, ^Young lady, what is
your usulo boverridge?" sais he; /
"I generally worry Burbon," sais I;
"but in the absence of Btorbon I lilter
Old Hyo," saisI.-,m4 ? ?
"Is Old Mimoiiga holer objeckslii lia
ble?" ej acker la ted this Festif Sun of
Xepchune. /
At the same tiino ho drew a gall in
jimmy John from the innermost re
searches of Ills kaprishus pee-jacket.
Tliis sight icq* teiuptin.
"The Beareded Woman who hesitates
is lost," sais repeetingthe words of
Karlile.
"And," sais I, "Monong* is the Dore
I keeper's best hold."
" Bring iii tho Dorekeeper*" sais the
Jolly seefhrer, says he.'
The Dorekeeper did come in, and then
we 4nmk all the whiskey.' Kemember,
/arc reeder, Xwast drinking on an empty
stiimi?;. I becamo obUverous?tore off
my beard off. Tho Dorekeeper played
.on the fiddel, while the CJay Marineer
andldanct a Homplke; and while I
was doiug the rockin step I tript and
fell against Uie ligger of Mary,;Qucne of
Skots, wh6"-upset Punches Pilot. ' On
rekovering I. found my pardner had
poked the ize out of theatatoo of Hicks, i
tlia Pirafc, thd eonsekwent* of which
was to let a stremes of sordiist run
tlown over the Sleepin Buty, koinplete
iy destroy in her spangled dress. I sees-'
ed the jemmy john and hurled it at the
liobul sailver'B isnute. He dodged the
blow, but it caught Artymus (who had
Just entered) fiire in tho iuouth. Then
cume-n cnuwf; the tent was - upsot; the
sailyer; disappeared, and tho Police
same.' J was dug out, to find mvself
discharged;. the Borokeeper shared tho
same fate. Yes, nobll reader, I was dJsT
charged without a penny in my pocket,
my unkyned beruther having stopt my
sallery for a pare of paterit>lCthe, Boots
7%t9s:inwrfom',bc "T
* l"ashont Reader, X have Just shone
you how I loet - my posishfoti In mv
.boruthcT'sshow. Never mind, I forgive
you, dear Beruthart Go and sin'no
. . In^tbliiinshln', I would remark I.do
not want to bo drawn into a contrayersa
throo thajmhUc prints. If I keep on
writin, somw^ellow will want mevtO
write for Ao&pa^en But v ,*?
jl vOlwpol I am not mad!! -
-*5!r |rOHio I am net mad. . *
; Befddes, J have got to look out* or the
OovvDmenVWill make me.a Macer
Ginerel or aBriggvdere if I aint kerenil.
and Iliaven'ttfoome^o that yet. Oh, no X
I am offered the 1 ulcerative position of
Chambermade on one of the Sleepin
cars of the Cooper Island plank roaa.
Olo??o-Wabd.
P. S.?I have a sorrel Cluthes Horse I
wood like "to sell; I^ve Yea^s 9I& this
fall;* will Stand Without t^ingy good
stock, out of Pine.Wood, Jay Cagjenter.
The feeling of bitterness almost uni
versally : entertained j toward ? Davis by
the late Confederate soldiers and civi
lians, will 'be heightened by Stephens'
versionof the Hampton1, Roads Confer
rence. From this statement of the case,
it appears that President Lincoln not
only proposed to give the southerners
six years for the removal o? slavery,
but was willing to recompense the mas
ters to the extent of four hundred mil
lions of dollars for the loss of their
human chattels! Convinced, as Judge
Campbell said at the time, that they
were then completely . whipped, the
other rebel leaders would have been
glad to yield on these and the
other terms stipulated, but1 Davis
was incorrigible. Though he'knew
that ixe was t contending against
fate, and had long before re
ceived the hand-writing on the wall,
he refused to stop the slaughter of his
countrymen; to accept of any stipnla
tion8<which did hot reeegnizo the inde
pendence of the South. When ho knew
, that the Federal authorities had already
marked the period of the Corifederacj',s
existence, he boasted to his deluded j
followers that they would yet teach the
Yankees thntwhyn thoy talked to them,
they talked to their masters. As the!
result of thiS ;Wiilful course 011 the part!
of their ghief, the Southerners now
witness the summary overthrow of|
slavery, with no hope of compensation '
from the Goveriimcnt for the losses!
incurred. Is it any wonder that many |
of the; Confederate soldiers on being
questioned as to their-feelings u toward1
jiff., reply "let him hang?"
Tiik Virginia Legislature adjournod
011 Friday lafjt after a tfrief session of
live days. There was very little speech
making, and all the proceedings were
emplmtically of a business character.?
All the measures required by Governor
Poirpoint wore ndqp ted wlthout, much
debate. Of these the most important
was the act restoring the elective
fraiiehise to persons disqualified by the
third article of-the new Constitution of
Virginia. Voters possessing the <other
requisite quaUctlaJJojis , may vote 011
taking the President's amnesty oath, to
support the Constitution of the United
States, and also to sustain the emanci-,
put ion policy of Congress. The ot her
qualifying bath pledge fidelity to , the
[restored Governmer of Virginia as
I established at Wlie. ung, in June, 1801.
| Provided, however, thai U10 person
? oxcoptod from tli? PreHldout'R Amnesty
i Proclamation shall not be permitted to
vote.
The Richmond Republic, speaking of
the qualifying oaths, j^ys that they in
volved the ^overthrow of Slavery and
I State's rights, and adds:
It is eminently proper find eminently
wise, now that they have received the
coup de grace, from tho war, tbot,|bey
should bo put beyond th'e<hop6 Of ljestir
rectiori by tills important""Act" of As
sembly. *Tho act requires of .the peo
ple their acknowledgement of the de
mise of these two institutions. Jn tak
ing th9.6aQi8.it prescribes, tli? people
1 assent to^cognize and assert their final
demise. Bo it so. Let these things of
; the past jflio. Let them sleep the eter
nal sleep of death. Let the people take
, the oaths, and tlitiS drive the last nail
in the coffin of slavery and secession.
The last glimmer of the Rebellion
| dies out with the surrender of Galves
! ton.- There is nothing left- to be taken
| or surrendered. The old flag once mqr6
! floats in undisputed authority from
j Maine to Texas, and peace rests upon all
| our borders^ -
. The proclamation issued by the Presi
dent, simultaneously with the official
| announcement of the news, reopens all
| our ports to foreign and domestic comj?
merce. The immediate evils of war and
the restrictions upon trade which neces
sarily accompany hostilities, existing
110 longer, the nation niay now safel^'
address itself to the. work of reorgan
izing the Vast interests winch have fall
; on into decay. ;.i\c
The London Spectator, alluding to a
recent wedding ceremonial, remarks:
The -weddings of the Rothschilds arq
becoming stale events, and the whole;
family appear to liavo < attained u posi
tion. aomowhero between that of peers
and princes. The marriage of Miss
Evelina ,dq RotlischiLd, second. daugh- i
ter' of Baron Lionel, to Ferdinand;
second son of Baron Anselrn d6 Roths
child, of Vienna, was celebrated on
Wednesday in tlie presence of a circle
such as few peers could gather together.]
The toast oP Hie bride and bridegroom
was proposed by Mr. Disraeli, that of]
the foreign guests by the Duke of Som- j
erset, and that of the bridesmaids by
the Lord Chief Justice. The papers are
full of the splendor of the scene, and
some of them report the speeches at full
lengt h, wo suppose with the permission
of tlio family whose privacy is invaded.
The only point in them worth repeating
was the Duke of Somerset's, who said
the family hud succeeded* where nations
had failed, and produced a "union of
the nations.'*
t DIED.
On the morning of Jane 27th, after a pro
tracted. illness, M Susannah Maffitt, wife of
Isaac MaflltL
The funeral will-take place from the real,
dence of Miss Miller, at the head of Monroe
street, at 2 o'clock, a. rtx^ Wednesday. The
Mends of the family are invited to attend.
TIERCES SUGAR CURED HAMS.
t)v ao Tierces plain Hams. Just received and
foraaleby- ?PRY OR, MILLER A CO.
riAVB.
A fi A barrels semper idem whjte
tUU Wheat; 300 Barrels Eclipse, lust reeelv
PRYOR, MILLER A CO.
SAM.
l barrels oiuo river.
100 BareLsTable, just received and
JeSS' ? - ^A^ntrtbr Mahnibctnra,.j
HHAD. ? ??*
"DOTOMAC SHAD for SALE BY
A B.J, SMYTH.
ffieiitMrtCrit,, ,
LIPS, or apply it Bedstead Factory, 240 Eofl*
? Jel8^1t??j
nHendeww Am, five or six week* ago, a I
small rfSro jinB. 6 or 7 years old, of mouse I
color. . A raasomble reward will b? paid for *
such. In fomlftOoi as will lead to tlie recovery
of the Mule. JttB-lw JA&S. PORTER. 1
FTEfcLIC SALS
. j'. ?OF?r t?
GpvenuneDt. Horses .& Mules. I
) ' Asst. Quartermaster^ Office, >
Whe&iiK W. Va., June S3,1805. /
TN ACCORDAyCE;WrraaN8TRUCTIOXS
X S^Y?&[email protected] Chief Quartermaster, Dep't
or West3 Virginia I will sell at Public Auction,
at the. Government! Corral, on ?'Wheeling Is
Intifl n.. lirnnTL'Iin A V* T..l.. pji <w<n
, good or
teuse. 8alo to continue
until the animals are sold.
Capt/and Asst.'<
^ireea^Djamatique,
" WASHP?bN HALL.
ON WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY!
Evening, June 28th aud 29tli, 1803,
Edmund Coles '
wifl appear as 1 . .
SMIKE AND M AlSTTTTJiTNT,
in his great dramatisation of
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY.
To conclude with the'
ROUGH l>IAMONT).
Cousin Joe*.y..~...? Edmund Coles.
Admission 90 cents. Reserv ed Seats 75 cents.
Bents can be secured from 10 a. in. to 5 p^ m?
ntMellorH Music Store, where a diagram or
the Hall can be seen.
Doors open at 7% p. m. Overture to enm
mences at O-p. m. Je2
<1
'?XQTioX H61SE,
rr-^x? INFRINGERS BEWARE!!?A final
LS^ Injunction hai$ Just been granted by the
I United States .Circuit Court against an In
| December. 15th, 1868." is:stainped on all the
genuine. Thq only legalized. Manufactory in
I the United States Is No. 217 WALNUT Street,
Philadelphia. . - " Jc27-lw?
DR. T. J. KISNER,
mENDERS HIS THANKS TO AX.L THOSE
1 . wholiave flavored him with their confid
denco and patronage; and WoUld inform his
friends and the people generally, that he will.*
thO coming year, occupy his. old office on :id
strict, near Ma &.Kraft's Drug Store, Centre
Wheeling, W. Va., where he may be consult
ed in reference to thoirdlsease, the nnture and
character of wlilch the Doctor Is able at all
times, and under all circumstances, to describe
and to assure of the probable result and dum
tion of treatment. He practices tho Eclectic
System of Mcdiciile, using inlld but effect ivo
remedies, supporting instead of depressing
the Vital Powers. The medicines used by
liim are prepared and put up In bis own
office.' Besides the'treatment of Acute Dis
eases, Dr.Kisnerwill give his attention to the
treatment of-all varieties of Chronic disease.
That soourgo of tlie human moo. Scrofula, In
all Its varied forms, via: Purulent Discharges
from the E#*r, so prevalent among children.
PurulentOwnalnfla,Oiena, Enlarged Gland*,
Uloomllotuliliticoni and nil vnritic? of Rpn
j)i*ane?, will reccivo' liis *i>eclal attention.?
Diseases of tlie Throaty Lung and lleart^Liv
er Complaints, Diarrhoea .Dysentery and Piles,
Diseases of tho Urinary Organs, Syphilis, Ac;,
Nervous and Spinal Anoctlons. Epilepsy,
Rheumatism mil Paralysis, Diseases of Fe
males, Dyemenorrhea, Leucorrhea, Prolapsus
Uteri, and all Painful Irregularities and Ner
vous Diseases to which they aro subject, he
treats successfully. The treatment or CHIL
DREN Will receive tlicrsame attention as here
tofore. All consultations and communica
tions strictly confidential, and will receive
prompt attention. Night call* cheerfully an
swered. Office hours as heretofore until fur
ther notice. 'Jun28
The United States V Ih jtem, In acase of
Tlie personal proper- f^o,Vire and confls"
of John Lumpp. J ?i"on.
.TiniEREAS AN INFORMATION "HAS
VV been Olol in the District Court of the
United Stales for the District of W?*t Vlr
Ktnln, at Wheeling, on tlie 21st day of June,
til tlie year of our l^onl, one thousand vbflit
hundred and sixty nve, by the United States
of America, lliadnftt th?* noreAnnl
the 48th sec
Uon of Uie Aot or the Congrcm of the United
?J""? entitled "An
Act to pro> Ido Internal Revenue to support
sasssss?sasss
In the said property, or in t he proceeds there
9j? to appear before the Judge of tho District
^5?urt<"f Oio UnUed Statcs lor thp District of
Whedinp, on tho 8th day of
JJl?J8?*/0* U"L be a day or Jurisdie
l thereafler) then and"thmto
u.o. iiiiinuiai. jjlsu or w.. Va*.
B. H. BMrm.U. S: AttTy. jc24-l3t
M'A SONIC.
OVFICF^OP GRAND SEC*Y OF A. F. 4 A.")
Masons of West Virginia. >
Wheeling. June 21; 1865. J
r' IS TOE WILL ANl3 PLEASURE . OP
the M. W. Grand Master of tho M. W.
Cirnnd fiodge of,West VaJ that tlie said Grand
lxxlge shall assemble [withoutfurther notice,)
I in special communication, at the Musonic
Temple, hi the,city .of Wheeling, at 7 o'clock,
A. M., precisely, on tho Fourtli day of July,
cnsuiiiir. tlif>r?^tc>'ft)rin ln proc??ion and pro
g toOurandent forms and man
. Jeiorrter stone of a Monument to
tbeSoldiers' Burj-ing Ground hi
joa'gatl n WeKt Virghila, and in tiio ad-1
counties of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
and all brethren belonging to other Grand
Jurisdictions, In go<xl standing, are cordially
; and earnestly Invited to be present and parti
| clnatc in* yie ceromonles. ,
I blasters; Wardens, and other officers of
1 subordinate -Lodges, are reminded that they
are to appear clothed with the insignia of
their, respective offices.
T. H. LOGAN, Grand Setfy.
WM. J. BATES, Grand Mastery Je24-tf
Notice.
rpHERE WILT/BE A MEETING OF THE
X Stockholders of tho Wheeling Gas Com
pany on tlie Secohd Monday of July, at the
office of tho Secretary at 2 o'clock p. m., for
the election of Directors
. Je2Mw GEO. T. TINGLE, Sec'y.'
' Register copy.
r-t?f, .?~.i:, r
FIRE CRACKERS.
KA BOXES VERY BEST FIRE CRACK
t)U era Also other Fire Works.
Those D
loai . : 68 Main street. 1
FOR <IWI\>1TI.
The line steamer lRON CITY
I. JS+iPwlll.-leave as above T1IJS DAY.
t3-_*iiAtlio 2Sth Inst, at 5 o'clock, p. m.
SraenaB..^
? v, l'Ot CISCISXATI.
-The new and nne steamer SEW
iSTATB,. Oapt" John McLure, will
___ileave a* above, Tliuraduy the 2SUi
?, at 4 o'clock p. m.,
For freiKii t or puaage apply- to
i?n-?tSxyr&, battrlZk t CO- Agents.
Rettular WbeeUnc 'iuMl Fntunbni,
The jiew and splendid ateamer
I BAYARD, Moore, Stattter,will her?
(Trtter fdn as a rwi|^r, leav
uig ?iraeelinc on Tuesday, Thursday and
Sarurday, leaving at 11 o'clodc a. m.
For fte|pit<wpassaaenDidv tn ?
.Agwfc
uiw.ieafvlng|ttuo'<ilodc0-m.
t?SP-\
'. ..For^igna>& D9^eB$ic,'/
DRY GOODS*
M STUHXIS BUCK SIfcK.
ift. j - ... .i
Bin AXB BROW.y NII.K, .
?. It ! ;:?'? iilt'I'l11'? ?
'"ORGANDIE ROBES,
"With SHAWLS to match.
P A B J S',M U 8 X. I N
? Two yards wide.
fcSfe-':": ?
White, Blue/Cherry I Orange Tarletoiis,
Linen Cambric nand'ur*,
LACE COLLARS, LACE SETS, |
? >?? i
LINEN CAMBRIC; LONG
' . ? [' ? :
lawn, BIRDEYE
DIAPER,
Jjist opened t>y
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
i;i- ?. A. ,
THOMPSON'S
orM'i
Prencli Elastic Spring Skirts,
tlN NRW BJI.APK.
8-4 WHITE BAREGE,
BOMBAZINE,
BLACK CHALLTE,
Just received by
?EO. R. TAlTCiOR.
HTEIN BROTHERS
Don't give one man a suit for five or s}x
others brought }u. . Je7-lm
Panic Prices!
Panic Prices!
? ? ? . >r>
TP CONSIDERATION OP THE GREAT
1 decline In gold, I liave JORt purchased u
large stock of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS!
"\Vlilcll I am able and TOl sri.t.
!? PER CENT CHEAPER
Than any other house In the city.
All best makes Calico, 25 oenta per yard.
Brown Table Linen, the beat quality, S1.60
per yard.
BALMORAL SKIRTS; 93.50.
POPLIFS,
VALENCIES,
foil DE CHEVRE, 1
TURIN CLt)TH,
ALPACAS', .
BLACK SILKS,
BROWN SEED SILKS,
SILK MANTILLAS,
CRAPE SHAWLS,
IRISH LINENS,
NAPKINS,
TOWELS.
A targe stock of CARPETS, which will bo
sold very cheap.
All who arc in search of Cheap Bargains
will plcaso call early, as I can. Insure them
satisfaction. 31. JDUGYMAA.
1S7 Main street, Wheeling, W. Va.
mnxZi ? M |
HOW' TO MAKE MONEY!
GO wrraoirr ?EUT TO |
JOHN IROEMER & CO.'S,
K<w. 31 A S3 Main. Street,
CENTRE WHEELING,
A NT) PURCHASE A GOOD BDPPLY OF
CHOICE FANCY ?fc DOJIBBT1C
DRY GOODS,
such as good Fast Colored Prints at 25 j
Bleached and Unbleached, MusUn from 30 to (
French Chintzes, Delaines, Mohair LUstres,
Bombazine. Fme Bilk and Cloth Cloaks, Bas
ques and Soeques, at verylow.prioea; a largo
variety of Suminer Sliawls,
In
variety of Summer ?iiaw?, irom nucuou ui
almost any ? price; Clotlis, Giabnere*. Ken
tucky Jeans, Balmoral and Id
great variety and at low prices; *?so ? Carpets
OilClotlis, Window. Holland, Cotton Yara
&c. The object iu selling goods so rnuchb
low the regular prices is that we wish to do
out the whole of our stock, w near iw posslbl
by the first of July next, at whoWsale and r
tail. Call soon ifyou wish to save money.
. ^ rqembr A CO.
gmix BROTHERS
Don't employ runners from ^ffew'York
and Baltimore to treat Soldiers to Blfle Whis-,
ky In oidfir. to sell their Clothing at big prices.
"DOCKING'S VTXmVAJA^ BA?E
JD Powder.' The best ever offered to thqpj
fie. Slakes sweeter, lighter, undraore wiic
some bread, than' can bomade by uMng 1
Drug Store. : -- -
To Wool beulerH and ?rowem.
TWO BALES BURLAPS, -FOB WOOL
SACKBr^Jiytreoel^ggV! ^ *'
Wholesale Dry &uuw nwic.
Jes3-2w 3*0.10;Monroe Street.
? i -???5
ritoring.
h' WX.M.BF
ML ADAMS & CO/
Merchant Tailora,
* ' ' ' ' AKD DEALERS IS
k :' -f'Jl * ^
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING aOODS,
So. 86 "Water street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
iKIEi
w
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
receiving one of the finest, cheapest and
"BtOC~'
best selected stocks of
Spring & Summer Goods
ever brought to this'market, at Gold Prices,
selected expressly for
CUSTOM WO lilt.
consisting of French, German and Domestic
Cloths, of all grades and colors, French, Eng
lish and American Cassimeres, Silk, Cashmere
and Marseilles Vestings, White, Fancy, Linen,
Traveling and Flannel Shirts, Under-Shlrts
and Drawers, Scarfh, Ties, Suspenders, Hand
kerchiefs, Bocks, G1ov?l Gauntlets and Col
Iars,.TravelIng Bags and Valises, &c., &c Our.
r department of
| .
FURNISHING GOODS
Is richly assorted. Being exclusively in the
Clothing business we can furnish the above to
better-advantage to dealers and on-better
terms than can be had elsewhere
?We have the most complete stock and larg
est assortment of goods of any house in our
line hi the city.
We are selling goods lower tlian any other
house in the city, nd we l>ought our goods
when gold was at the lowest.
We have a large stock of
Ready Made Clothing
and we are selling these goods as low as any
other house intlie trade, without any excep
tion.
Oirr connections, with the East arc such that
we are able to -offer SUPERIOR INDUCE
MENTS to parties in need of goods In our line.
We shall spare no pains to maintain onr
reputation for keeping the largest, finest and
cheapest stock of goods In our line In the city,
to which we invito the attention of CLOSE
BUYERS. We buy exclusively for Cs^h.
aswspeclal attention given to the filling of
orders.
UNIFORM SUITS
Made to order on short notice.
: . i;
/;C>ptt8m t A. at. ABAMH 4k CO.
RBMO V"AL.
JOHN T. TiAKTNf & CO.,
HAVE XtKMOYED TO
No. 25 MONROE STREET,
Nextdoor to M. A M. Bank,
WE ARE JUST OPENING AN ENTIRE
? new stock of goods for Men's Wear. Wo
solicit an examination of our
NEW CASSIMERES, COATINGS,
SILK AND MARSEILLES
TESTINGS, LINEN
DUCK, 'LINEN
1)RILLS, Ac.
Also, a complete assortment of
WHITE SHIRTS,
wtilcii'iye warrant, In quality, fit and work
manship, equal to any In the country.
SHIRTO MADE TO ORDER In any style
to suit customers. Our stock of
? , ? ? ? ? ? -tf
Men's Furnishing Goods
unsurpassed by auy in the clt y.
Don't forget the p&ace!
No. 25 Montiob Street,
First door above-Main.
my23 ^ JOHN T. LAKIN & CO.
West Virginia Ohio Coahty Circuit
C'onrf. June 2d, 1804.
'1' Thomas Tliornburg - I
I against V In chancery.
TheHempfieldR. R. Co., etal.J
By virtue of a decree rendeti
ed In the above entitled cause, by the Cir
cuit Court of Ohio county on the 2d dAy of
June. I8W, I shall proceed,to sell at pnbllo sale
I at the front door of the Court House of Ohio
countv on flATDRDAV, TJTE 29TII DAY OF
JULY, A. D. 1865, to the highest and best bid
tier, the property in the decree mentioned but
more fully described in the report of survey
as follows: apiece or parcel or land in Ohio
county, West Virginia, on the line of the
Hempneld Railroad between the lower Tressel
Bridge and Triadelphia and bounded as fol
lows: Beginning at the east side or the Na
tional road, thence 8. &!.%,&. 11.64 poles, to a
Sycamore stump, thence N. 44.%, E. 0.2 poles
to a stone pile at the creck, thence N. 33, W.
&2 poles to the beginning, containing one
' rood and Si perches, together with the appur
tenances, fixtures and: Improvements there
unto belonging.
Also the right Of way over a piece or parcel
of ground, now occupied by sold Railroad of
the uniform width or four perches and run
ning the following courses and distances, viz:
oi.72, ii uuich, uieiira w.%,ju a poies,
thence N. 82, E. 20 poles, containing four acres,
t hree roods and twenty-foar perches, together
with the appurtenances, fixtures ana im
provements thereunto belonging.
TERMS OF SALE.?Ten per centum of the
purchase' money In cash, the balance on a,
credit of six/twelve and eighteen months,'of
equal instalhnents with legal interest thereon,
from the day of sale until paid, the purchaser
giving bonds with good security for the de
ferred payments; the title to be retained until,
tho whole of the purchase money is paid.
. . JOSEPH REYBOLD.
Je26-1 wdA4tw . Sheriff of Ohio Co.
LOTERIXQ^ KYBUP.
rlWT IXJVERINO-8 SYRUP, IT 18 THE
JL best in .the country. For sale by
' b. j, Smyth.
WAdllUIUTON Mil.IX FLOVK.
?1 HA BAHBIX8 "WASHINGTON MItLS
1(W W0Ur-JUStre^1Ved ^ J. SMYTH.
QONSEQDENTLY? ' ? 1
stelv BROTHERS
Cam attmi to sen their Clothing cheap.
BEEF Toxecra. ?
A NICE > TO* OF SMOKED TONGUES
/ormleby It, J. SMYTH,
; J81S -jo in- Corner Market 4 Qnlncy 81*.
flwgUat iystrumtrn^
w . ?< ?
THE CHEAPEST
V?/ tv 1.;
P I A N O S!
In the Market, ore
A. H. GALE & CO. S
New Enlarged Scale, Seven Octave
iMCXNTITOBS!
The Public are requested to examine it?
samples now oil hand.
WM. KNABE & CO.'S *
GOLD MEDAL
GRAND AND SQUARE PIA1
ARE KNOWN TO BE THE BEST- INSTRl -
MENT MANUFACTURED, AND ARK
RECOMMENDED AS SUCH BY ALL
FIRST CLASS musicians.
A FULL STOCK ALWAYS OS UASD.
Otlaer Good Piano* for Sale at verj
Reasonable Prices.
"WOld Instruments taken in Exchange m
their Full Value.
JESSE B. MELLOR,
No. 189, Main Stre?.
SolaAcent for Wm. Xiuba PiADte,
and Mason and Hamlin's Cablnet Orguns.
NEW STORE! NEW STORE!!
Music and Variety.
No. 103 Main St., above Monroe, near stein'*
Clotliing House.
E. A. W?BER|
rnEACTHER OF MUSIC AND ORGANIST,
_L extensively known In this city and vicin
ity, begs leave to announce that TO-MOH
ROW, TUESDAY, THE fltli INSTANT, he
will open his new Music and Variety Stor?,
where he will keep on hand an assortment
of Pianos, (among tliem Stein way'*, and 11*
zleton's, or New York,) Melodeons,8heet Mu
sic, including the best Inst melton Book<%4Uid
latest Sheet Publications, Violins, Uultan,
Flutes, A ceo rd eo lis and Banjos of the best ?*?
elgn and American make, Genuan and Italian
Strings. Also, Stationery, Phot?ographIcQooas
and Notions. -'???? ?
He will promptly attend to any order? for
Music left at the store.
He will, as heretofore, give Instructions on
the Piano, Melodeon, Organ, and In Thorough
Boss either iat scholar's house. Or at his Music
Room, (103 Main Street,) where a fine Piano la
kept for practice. _ .
Choirs, Glee Clubs, and Vocal Classes attend
ed to. ?
Arrangements are also Ixsfing innde ior
renting out Pianos. _
Keeping only the best of Geods on haiia.
having adopted the motto of quick sales ana
small profits, being always up to the tim?
heresr^tftfty besp<^ Ihe^ron^oMhe
Wilbeling, W. Va., June 6tl?, 1865.
GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANOS!
IXTRAORDINARY INDirCEMESTO
? be offered to Plnne nuyers, l*t*?n
E
now and the 4th of July.
Be sure and call at 22 Monroe Street, whew
you will see and hear the very best and cheap
est Pianos, made in New York and Boston.
They are made with fall iron frame, over
strung bass. By a peculiarity in the construc
tion, thej' are warranted to btajvij is tvsx
longer than any other Piano nuule.
Je21-lw PHILIP PHILLIPS A CO.
J. DE ricqles, Agent.
22 Monroe street.
Beef! Beef!!
OFFICE CHIEF C. & DEPT WEST VA., >
Cumcerlaxd.Md., June 20,188*. >
2JEALED PROPOSALS ARE RESPECT
J fully invited by the undersigned, until
Junk 80th, 1683, for fnrnlshing all the
FRESH BEEP
that may be required for use of the troops sta
tioned at Wheeling, West Va., for ft?J sir
months, or such lem time as the Commissary
General may direct, and subject to his ap
ynjval^mmenclng on the [1st] ffrat day of
A^'f proposals made shall be in strict com
pliance with terms of previous advertisement.
. ? 1 ?? ?i.nnannftvn/ cioom it#n thou
A ljond to tie ^ VtiHtUou
1 sanddollara) will^
1 sureties, whose Individual resp0"si"u't2
the above sum must be shown by the offlci*?
certificate of the Clerk of the nearest Court.
Forms will be furnished on application u>
this office; all of which should be enveloped.
Healed and endorsed "Proposals for rffwj
Beef," and directed to the undersigned ai
Cumberland, Md. WM H.H0S^CK
Captain and C.
Je23-flt Chief c. a neptonv?"_y^
THE PUCE TO BVr CHEAP
WTAIAj paper axd borders-new
no TO OTEIN BROTHERS
' Je7-lra To get Cheap and Good Clothing.

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