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TI ESDAY MORNING, JULY 25.
The Mustering Office.?Yesterday we spent considerable time in the office of Capt. George McGowen, mustering and disbursing officer at this post. While there we received an insight into tho inner workings of this branch of the War Department. Here we found men who came singly, in pairs, and by tho dozen, to be mustered out and re ceive their orders for pay. The Cap tain has his private office in which he hears the cases of the men and exam ines their papers. If all right he mus tors them out, if not, he hands their papers over to the chief clerk, Mr. Henry Harding, with instructions to write to their respective commanders and have them reported upon at the earliest opportunity. Those who have their papers all right, must then have their rolls. Kight of these have to be made out for each detachment in which must be given their date of enrollment, by whom, date of muster, and by whom, and when last paid, also their clothing account, how much due the government, or sol dier, and all the stoppages which may be charged them, which, for a soldier who has served three or four years in the service is not a few. This will give our readers a small insight into the trouble of making citizens of soldiers. The great trouble is, however, ^at ma ny come with papers, some of them not signed, from their respective comman ders surgeons of Hospitals, Ac., which are entirely incorrect, and must be sent back for correction. The men impatient to !><? mustered out call daily and many hourly, wanting to know if their "pa pers have come," and being informed to the contrary, they leave, growling at the officer, his clerks, and even the col lorcd individual who performs the im portant duty of servant. To show the work done in this office since tho first of June, we compile tho following : FULL HKOIMENTS mustered OITT. Six, comprising the Sixth W. Va. infantry, 14 companies ?1,324 men. Thirteenth W, Va. infantry, 10 com panies?men. Seventeenth W. Va. infantry, 10 com panies?1,023 men. First \\ . Va. cavalry, 10 companies? 718 men. Second W. Va. cavalry, 10 companies ?4<il men. Third W. Va. cavalry, 10 companies ?718 men. INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. Co. a, 1st W. Va. exempts?76 men. "Battery A, 1st W. Va. light artillerv ?103 men. Battery E, 1st W. Va. light artillerv ?18?> men. Battery H, 1st W, Va. light artillery ?89 men. Making a total of 5,084 men. For each of these regiments and companies eight rolls have to bo mado out by their oflieers and submitted, with their for mer muster-in rolls, to the mustering officer, who compares them and corrects any discrepancy in the column of re marks. Resides these, there were 205 detachments mustered out, averaging about 12 men each. These detachments were from the following States: One hundred and thirty-five detatcli monts from West Virginia. Thirty detachments from Ohio. Ten detatchments fromPeimsylvania. j Nine detachments from Indiana. | Five detatchjcnonts from Kentucky. Two ili'tutchmcnts from Illinois. < >no detatehment from Verinont, | Two detatchments from Michigan. i Ono detatchmeut from Maryland. Seven detatchments of Veteran lie serve Corps. Threo detatchments of tJ. S. Colored Troops. These detatchments required 2,11)2 rolls to he made out. All this work has been done by Capt. McCiowen and threeclerks. Besides the above he has had to examine the retail papers of ollicers mustered out, and grant them eert ifieates of lion-indebt edness to enable them to get their pay. We have had considerable business with this officer during the past three weeks, and notwithstanding the large amount of business at the oflice, all questions were answered promptly, and any information given by the Cap tain or his obliging clerks, Messrs. Harding, Kwing and Kellog. The business of the oillce is nearly over, and in a few weeks all troops will be mus tered out. So PR em k Cou rt.?This court met yes terday pursuant to adjournment. The following decisions were rendered : The judgment of the lower court was continued in the caso of Grogan, Gib bong and Boyce, who were convicted of murdering a man named Abraham Docn, at Parkersburg. The decision of the Circuit Court in the case of Josiali Ingersall vsC. Buck hannon and Samuel Irwin, was* revere ed. The case of Andrew Wilson vs John Kochnline, was argued by Messrs. Wheat and Caldwell. Shot.?A farmer named John Lesh, 1 i ving on the Island, was shot yesterday morning by a soldier. Mr. Lesh has recently lost a large amount of pota toes and vegetables, which have been stolen from him by the soldiers sta tioned on the Island. Finding a man in | his tield early yesterday morning, he endeavored to drive him out, when the , soldier drew a revolver and shot him in the arm, inflicting a severe but not dangerous wound. The soldier nuule his escape and has* not since been arrested. j Police Court.?Judge Good yester day disposed of the following eases: A_ Shonefield for selling clothing on Sunday, $20 and costs. Herman Renner for selling liquor to j soldiers, had to pay the same amount. Sale Postponed.?The sale of lots in Ritchietown, which was to take place to-day at the Court House. Is postponed until*Monday, August 14th. It is announced that within the next few days Maj. Gen. Geo. Crook, lately in i command of the Department of West! Virginia, will marry Miss Mollie Daily, of Oakland, Md. * i 9mxr?T. McCtn.Loroff; of Wheel ing, is announced from "Washington as having received the appointment of U. S. Marshal for tho district of West Vir ginia, vice E. M. Norton, resigned. It is generally understood that Mr. Xor ton had withdrawn his resignation some time ago, and hence the appoint ment of a successor occasioned surprise on the street yesterday. Mr. McCul lough has good qualifications for tho office, in addition to deserving well for patriotic services rendered during the war. We are not informed how soon the actual transfer of office takes place. The position has not been a very profit able one during tho last four years? not iu proportion to its responsibilities ?but we presume it will be better from this time on. We have heard it esti mated as worth now about $2,000. River Intelligence.?The river at this point, last night, was slowly reced ing with 13)^ feet of water in tho chan nel. All day yesterday the river was (lotted with coal boats. The steamer Potomac arrived with a good trip, and will leave this evening for Cincinnati. She is a first-class packet, and her offi cers will do all iu theiKpower to make passengers con) fortable. Tho Bayard is the regular packet for I'arkersburg to-day. Sixth Virginia Cavai,ry?We learn that this regiment, which for sometime has been at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, ; was ordered to march to Salt Lake City. The men refused and laid down their j arms. A battery of artillery was called : out to suppress tho mutiny, which they did not, however, until several of tho Sixth were killed. We did not leara their names. Theatre. ? Washington Hall was ' well filled last night by an appreciat | ing audience to see Mr. Hamilton in tho . role of Richelieu. He performed his ( part very well, and was sustained by I the company in excellent style. To j night the comedy of London Assur ance and Betsy Raker. Mr. Emanuel Whitmkyer has been appointed agent for the Baltimore and Ohio road, also agent for Adams ?fe Co.'s . express, at Cameron, vice Mr. James j Bell, so long tho agent for both compa ! nies, who has sold out his place there | and removed to West Alexander, Pa. Soldiers* Supper.?A supper will be given on Wednesday afternoon at five o'clock to the First Regiment West Va. Veterans. Tho ladies aro called upon to send in donations of pies, cakes, tarts, &c. A Rhyme and Reason.? Ye whoso heads arv sprinkled with gray, r^o longer need look In dismay At your mirrors. The Sicilian Renewer of Hale Nature's hues will quickly recall Tobeauty, and health your tresses restore. And wreathe you in smiles as you look once more At your mirrors. For sale by T. H. Logan, & Co. & Logan List <fc Co., wholesale and retail agents, i Wheeling. 3t. ! A < AK1>. Chronic Disease.?By the term, chronic disease, is ueneridly understood one that has lasted for some weeks, and is not attended, ] generally, with febrile reaction. These cases i exhibit but little tendency to recover when; unaided, and many of tlicni are not nmcna-1 bie to the common modes of medication. All I chronic diseases. when treated iiyHcason, can 1 always lx? cured by proper mean*, but it re quires time. And it should be borne in mind I by every patient, that In the treatment of j chronic diseases, perseverance Is absolutely1 necessary, because it is rarely indeed that quick cures are made by the most skilled physicians. The fact that acute maladies run their course rapidly, and must bo prompt ly checked lest they provo fatal, has been a great stumbling block in the way of both physicians and patients in the treatment of chronic affections, and more injury has been efleeted, and more diseases fastened perma nently upon invalids by ellbrts to make quick cures of tills class of diseases, than by almost anything else. Time and patience, together | with proper remedies and care, are always required in the medication of cbronio dw ! eases. It is gentle means that succeed best Jn most cases; the system will not bear uu?lue j excitation, consequently all medication should l>e mild ami persistent, changing tbe abnormal condition of the system gradually, thus bringing it hack to its original healthy : standard. See Dr. Kisucr'K card in another ! column. ! Otllee hours from 9 to 12 A. M., 1 to 4 and 0 ! to UP. M. Jy20-lw goots ami Shoes. BOOTS AND SHOES. WHOL E.8 ALE. M'CLELLAN & KNOX ?ft MAIN STREET WHEELING. ^yJCBAVE JIST RECEIVED OFR Spring and Summer Stock OF BOOTS AND SHOES Which will bo sold LOWER tlmn the SAME QUALITIES can be bought In PHILADEL PHIA or BALTIMORE. ?nhI7 M'CLELAJf A KNOX. W. Va. Business College, Locatetl at Hornbrook's Building. Xo. 118^ Main Street. 117letting, W. Fa, "OOR^rERLY CONDUCTED BY I.I. HITCII r COCK, now under the mnnncement of w. Pryor. will resume Its next session on the 1st. or August, IS**?- The same liberal and scientific course of instruction as heretofore so successfully pursued, is now pursued by the present successor; in imparting a knowledge of Hook-keeping, Penmanship and Political Economy. In uddltiou, there will be given lectures on the subject of Physiology, si*ow ing in a politico-economical sense, the indis pensable necessity of a knowledge of the laws of health in the struggle for success and pre eminence in business; There will also be oner-1 ed to young ladies and gentlemen desirous of Improving themselves In French, the Classics j and English literature, and any of the scl-1 races, an afternoon school, from *4 past 1j j'cIock to 4. Jyli-Ini W. PRYOR. | For Sale, A FINK TWO STORV BRICK D\VELLr ine, situated on Clay between Fifth and mixtli.-If not sold by the first of October will be for rent. For further partksnlarm enquire Of ( apt. JOSEPH RICHARDSON, Jul5-2w* East Wheeling. FOR SALE. Wood's Prize Two Horse Mowing Machines. With all the late Improvements. T. M. DODSON,. No. 21 Main street, Ju4-4w ? - ' Wheeling, W. va.' Sale Of ValnaWe Coal Property. A Rar? Chance for Profitable Invest ment. mWENTY-TWO ACRES AND A HALF X of land, situated In the ravine of Wheel ing Creek, Tour miles east of Wheeling, and Immediately on the Hempfleld railroad; also the lanre coal vein underlying the farm of Hush M'Anall, of about one hundred; and fortv-elght acn*s in extent, and connected with the aforesaid twenty-two nnrt'ir half acres; a bank Is now open to about one hun dred feet, and every convenience exist* for shipping coal on the cars. Boring for oil Is now in operation lit two places, with flatter ing prospects, about one mile distant from this property. Apply to LAMB & PATJLL, Jyl4-2w Fourth street. Wheeling. Valuable Property for Sale, IN AND NEAR Sardis, Monroe Co., Ohio. comprising a farm near Banlln and one mile from the Ohio river, containing one hundred and eigh ty acres, ninety acres of which are clcared and under cultivation, with young orchard of choice fruit trees. A farm in?ar A'anlls, one and one quarter miles from the Ohio river, containing 120 acres, fifty acres of which ore cleared, with young orchard now bearing; ?containing four hun 1 died trees, of apple, peach, plum and cherry species. Also, my large ItRICK (steam) FI.AI'R IX(J MILL, at Sanlis, containing two run of four feet burrs; engine. 12 inch cylinder, 2 feet stroke, two double flued lx>llers This Mill is situated in tho midst of a fine grain growing region and now enjoying a fine pa tronage. It Li completely provided with all modern improvements, and Is in fine running onler. In this property a rare opportunity Is of fered to an enterprising man. Also, three comfortable dwelling houses, in one of which I now reside. Two store houses. In one of which I am at present doing business. EDWIN HORN BROOK, JoO-lm* aardis, Monroe Co., Ohio. Lots for Sale. In South Wheeling or Ritehietmon. 5'6'7' 8'1S*14' 15 nnd 1C?,n square No. The above lots are in tho square below Mr. Samuel Ott's?lie in a block surrounded by streets and allej-s. Four of them front on the river. Also, lots Nob. fl and 10, in square 38, Nos. 7 and 8. in square 39, Nos. 15 and 10, in square 4-J, Nos. 3.4 and 14. In square 43, Nos. 11 and 12, In square SO, No. 7, In square 45, Nos. 9 and 10, in square 40, No. a, and part of 4, hi square 49. 'Hie above property can be purchased at private sale, until Tuesday, July 25, when tho lots remaining unsold will be offered at pnb t lie side at the Court House. Apply to THOB. O'BRIEN, Real Estate Agent, Ju4-td Register Office. The above sale Is postponed till Monday, the 14th day of August. ju25 FOR HALE. X OFFER FOR RALE MY PROPERTY, JL situated on the line of the National Road, rour miles east of the city of Wheeling. Said property consists of my residence, containing eleven rooms and an attic finished, bath rooms and all modern Improvements; also, fourteen acres of ground attached, on which are convenient out-houses, including brick stabling, ice and spring house, chickery and two cisterns. Also, one hundred and twenty five Apple trees of choice kinds; Pear, Peach, Plum and Qulno?<trees, all bearing. There are also choice selections of Grapes, Raspber ries, Blackberries, Strawberries, and other small fruits. The grounds are finely laid out with evergreens and other ornamental shrub bery. I will also sell my Household Furniture to any one desiring to purchase all together. I'ersons desiring to consult me in regard to price, terms or payment, 4c., can leave their names at the Gas Company's Offlce, or visit me on the premises. feb22.tf JACOB HORN BROOK. LOTS IN SOUTH WHEELINO FOR NA1.E. XWTI/L BELL THE IjOT numbered thirty-nine, and the north half of I/>t I numbered twenty-four, in that part of the l town of South w heeling known as La Grange. Enquire of WM. EX LEY. Esq., or myself. The title is good. JAMES S. WHEAT, my2-tf Trustee. For Sale, Fifty acres of valuator land adjoining Moundsville. Can be sold in one tract or in parcels. Inqulre of HANSON W. rUISSWELL. ! jefUV-tf Attorney at Law. j TO INVALID SOLDIERS r 1 Artificial Legs, Arras and Crutches. GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR MANUFACTURE. U. S. Gkntjial Hospital. 1 Wheeling IF. Va.. April 25th. isfo. f I TAKE PLEASURE IN ST ATTNG TO you that I have carefully examined the Artificial Legs manufactured by Leonard Legkan, and for which you are agent. For simplicity of construction as well as durabili ty and convenience, I have never seen any thing to equal them, and I therefore cheerfully recommend them to any who are unfortunate enough to need artificial limbs. Very rcsp't, your obed't serv't, John Kirker, A. A. Surgeon, U.S. A..in charge. "Wheei.ino, W. Va., April 27th, 1 86k I have aire fully examined tlie Artificial T.ogs of Leonard Legkan, and find them simple In their construction, of good work manship, light and very substantially made. They will be quite as serviceable as any arti ficial legs in use, and on account of thelrslm nllclty and strength less liable to need repairs. I cheerfully recommend them to auy who may need artificial limbs. John Frisseix, A. A.Surgeon, U.S. A Wheeling, W. Va.. April 2rtth, 1803. The Artificial Legs offered for sale by Cn as. Bkhler, Agent, I can recommend for the fol lowing advantages: simplicity in structure, strength of material and economy In price. Respectfully, R. W. Hazlktt, Surgeon Boon! of Enrollment. It affords mo pleasure to state that Leon ard Legkan, corner of East Commons, Alle gheny, has furnished me with an articial leg, that I can use well, after one week's using. I cheerfully recommend to all who are unfor tunate to need one to give him a call. Lewis Ramalkt, Springdale, Allegheny Co., Pa. For further particular* call on or address CHARLES BE11LER, Aftrt., Monroe St., bet. Market A Fourth. apr2ft-ly - Philadelphia Bonnet Depot. Sign op the Red, White <* Blue Bonnet. ?T ? E. WALTERS, No. 102 Main Rtreet, WHEELING, W. VA., EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A splendid assortment of Millinery Goods,1 Bonnets, Ladies' Riding Hatsand Caps, of the latest Paris style. Also, Cloaks and Mantillas of the latest style. OSfCustom work promptly attended to.? Bleaching and Pressing done at the shortest: notice. my2 SUNDRIES. BARRELS LARD OIL. 50 Boxes starch. 100 kegs bl. car. soda. kegs ritle Powder. SO kegs mining Powder. For sale by Je30 LIST MORRISON A CO BACON. 1 A CASKS SHOULDERS. JLU 10 Tierces Plain Hams, JOTteree* CanvassedHams. 100 pieces clear Rides. J ost received by LIST. MORRISON A CO. CHILDREN'S COACHES. JUST RECEIVED?Another lot of Wrought Iron Wheel Coaches for children, by _ JOS. GRAVES, J?3 No. 30 Monroe street K 20 United States of America, District of West Va. \TTHEREA8, a libel has been filed In the YV District Court of tlie United States for the District of West Virginia, on the 8th day of July, 1865, by Charles H. Bony and Wil liam P. Wilson, William H. Dunlevy, Thom as Wheeler and Elizabeth Dunlevy, partners In business under the firm name and style of Dunlevy dfc Co., against the steamboat "OIL CITY." her engines, apparel, tackle, outfit, and furniture, and against all persons inter vening for their Interests therein, for the rea sons aud causes in said libel mentioned, and pmj^ug the usual proces* and monitions of the said Q?urt in thnt behalf to be made, and that all persons interested in said steamboat, her engines, apparel, tackle, outfit, and fur niture. may be cited to answer the premises, and all proceedings being had, that theHsaid steamboat, her engines, apparel, tackle, out fit aud furniture, may fort'lie causes In said libel menioned, l?e condemned and sold to-pay the demands of the libellants. Now, tlierefore, in pursuance of the mon ition under the seal .of the said Court to me directed and delivered, I do hereby give pul> 11c notice to all persons claiming the said steamboat, her enrines^tacklp, outfit, apparel and furnitrrtv, or in any manner interested therein, that they bo and appear4 before the said District Court to be held iu aiul for the District of West Virginia, on Wednesday, the 26th day of July, 1865, at 11 o'clock In the fore noon of that day, (If the same shall be a dav of jurisdiction, otherwise on the next day of Jurisdiction thereafter) then and there to in terpose a claim for too same and to make their allegation hi that behalf. Dated the 12tli day of July, 1865. EDWARD M. NORTON, ? w u-B- Marshal. James S. Wheat, Proctor for LI bell ant. Unite (T^States of America, District of West Va. WHEREAS, a libel lifts been Hied In the District Conrt of the United Stat?*s for the District of West Virginia, 011 the 8tli day of July, 1865, by Stephen Davis and William Tieman, against the steaiiiboat*MOIJ..dTY," her engines, tackle, outflt, apparel and furni ture, and against "all persons intervening' for their interests therein, for the reasons and cause in said libel mentioned, and proving the usual process and monition of thesnid Court in that behalf to lxs made, and that all persons Interested in said steamboat, her engines, tackle,outfit, apparel and furniture, may l>e cited to answer the premises, and all proceed ings l>eing had, that the said steamltoat, her engines, tackle, outflt, apjwirel and furniture, may, for the causes in said libel mentioned, be condemned and sold to pay the demands of the said IJbellants. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the mno ition under the seal of the said Court to me directed and delivered, I do hereby give pub 11c notice to all persons claiming the said steamboat, her engines, tackle, outflt, apparel: and furniture, or In any manner Interested j therein, that they lie and api>ear l?efore the < said District Court to be held in and for the District of West Virginia, on Wednesday, the 26th day of July, 1865, at 11 o'clock in the i forenoon of that dny, (if the same shall l>e! a day of Jurisdiction, if not, on the next day | of Jurisdiction thereafter) then and there to interpose a claim for the same and to make j their allegation in that liehalf. i Dated the 12th day of July, 1865. i EDWARD M. NORTON, U, S. Marshal. Jas. S. Wheat, Proctor fo Liheilants. I Julft-tilJu26 \ United States of America, District of West Va. \I7HEREAS, a libel has been filed In the YY District Court of the United States for the District of West Virginia, on the 8th day of July, 18&, by Henry McKibbon, against the steamboat "OIL CITY," her engines, tackle, outfit, apparel ami furniture, ami against all persons intervening for their inte rests therein, and especially Jacob Flowers, part owner of said steamboat. In a cause ot llcitatlon and partition, for the reasons and caused In said libel mentioned, and praying the usual process and monition of the said Court In that liehalf be made, and that all persons interested In the said steamboat, and especially the said Jacob Flowers, part owner thereof, may be cited in general and special to answer tlie premises, and all proceedings l>eing had, that the said steamboat, her en gines, tackle, outfit, apparel and furniture, may, for the caused in snJd libel mentioned, be sold, and the proceeds thereorbrought Into Court, to be divided and distributed according to law. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the moni tion, under the seal of the said Court to me directed mid delivered, I do hereby give pub lic notice to all persons claiming the said steaml>oat, her engines, tackle, outfit* apparel and furniture, or in atoytiiahh?r interested therein, that they be and appear before the said District Court to be held lit and for the District of West Vlruinin, on Wednesday, the 20th day of July. 1805, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, (if the same shall Ihj a day of jurisdiction, otherwise on the next day of jurisdiction thereafter,) then and there to interpose a claim for the same, and to make their allegation in that i>ehalf. Dated tills 12tli day of July, 18<V>. EDWARD M. NORTON, IT. S. Marshal. JAS. P. Witkat. Proctor for IJb oil ants. Jyia-HllJyai 1865. 1865. "COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS. EXT EKMIN ATORS. " COST ARB " EXTERMINATORS. EXTERMIN ATORS. 44 COSTAR'S " EXTERMINATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. 44COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS. EXTERM I NATO 11H. 44 COSTAR'S " EXTERM IN ATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. ?? COSTAR'S " EXTERM IX ATORS. EXTEItM IN* ATORS. " COSTAR'S " EXTERM IN ATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. "COSTAR'S!" EXTERMINATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. " COSTAR'S " EXTERMINATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. 44 COSTAR'S" EXTF.RMINATORS. EXTERMINATORS. ?4 COSTAR'S " EXTERM 1 NATO ICS. EXTERM IN ATORS. 44 COSTAR'S " EXTERM IN ATORS. EXTERMINATORS. 44 COSTAR'S " EXTERM IN ATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. ? COSTAR'S " EXTERMINATORS. EXTERM IN ATORS. For RntM, Nice, Roachew, Ant.i, Red IliigM, Fleas, Mothit in FurannU Wool ens, iusectK on Plant*, Fowls, Animals. 4418 years established in N. Y. City." 44 Only ihfidlible remedies known." 44 Free from Poisons." 44 Not dangerous to the Human Family." u Rats come out of their holes to die." ha.!!Rewakb!! of all worthless imitations, w<9.PniNCiPAi, Dkpot, 428 Broadway, N. Y. Sold by McCABE, KRAFT A CO., LAUGH LIN A RlTSlIF IEDD, Wholesale ami Retail Agents and all Druggists and Dealers in Wheeling, Va. Jul3-lmd?fcw> GlOK A MONTH!?AGENTS WANTED x everywhere, to Introduce the im proved Shcno Clark ?20 Family Setrinp Ma i chine. the only low priced machine in the . couutry which is licensed by Grover A Baker, Wheeler A Wilson, Howe, Singer A Co.. and I Baclielder. All other machines now sold for less than forty dollars each, are infringements, j and the seller and user are liable to flne and , imprisonment. Salary anil exi>enses, or large commission, allowed. Illustrated circulars Kent free. Address SHAW A CLARK, may5-3mddew* Blddeford, Maine A MONTHS?I WANT AGENTS EV . v erywhere, at $70 a month, expenses -Id, to sell Fifteen Articles, the best selling ever ofTered. Full partIculars/rcc. Address mayS-amd&w*' OTIS T. GAREY, Blddeford, Maine 1 ? BOZEN JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC -"-i? Compound. 20 Doz. Sozodont. 24 Se^ley's Catarrh Remedy, at. _ _ McCABE, KRAFT A CCS mart and REED, K?RAFT A GO'S. BBLS. ALCOHOL, 98 per cenL 20 44 No. 1 Winter Strained Lord Oil ! at MnP A PP m) A r?P ?. I mar9 10 ? McCABE, KRAFT A CO'S and REED, KRAFT A CO'S. BOXES CASTILE SOAP. ? ** Colgate Soaps. 60 Dozen Fancy Toilet Soaps, at 20 Mcf'ABE^ KIlAft i CO'S, mart and REED, KRAFT Jc CP'S. A J-,ARGE stock^ OP CALIFORNIA! Ines and Brandy, and Kelly Island Sparkling Catawba, at 1 McCABE. KRAFT 4 CO'S, mart and REED, KRAFT A CP'S. 7fi?ASES DRAKE'S PLANTATION .(.O Bitten. 7S Cnsen Hostetter'a Stomach KltteTH. SO Caaes Hubbel's Golden Bitters.? 25 Cases Charles' London Cordial Gin. at Mart and REET)?KRAFT dt'txff'8' DOZj WISHART'S PINE TREE TAJll OordiaL ^Doz. Hall's Balsam. Sellera' Cough Syrup, at . KRAFT A CO'S, and REED, KRAFT ACQ'S. 30 IHtectllaneflUiS. wheeling IRON WORKS. OFFICE AXD WAREHOUSE, No. 15 Main Street, ACHESON, BELL &> CO., OF DEAL Merchant Rar, Armor Plato Dandy and Heavy Tire, Sheet Jron, oSni^w^?A?qi}ares? TanW Iron Sn^fV??Jf.0vals' Pl?w Wings, Half Rounds, Nolls, Wire, Ac. A Superior Qualify of HOR8E 8IIOE BAR, Of our own manufacture, .now on hand. Prompt attention to Ml ordera ape ? HIGGINS' GALLERY, Monroe Street between Main ct Market SSSSp" Publishers'p'rteS ALBtfllS?At less than pi'K^i "|!,leVv of F"'T & ROSEWOOD Me nrtra always be on hand at mmi?. ' , r . - tledS | 1841.?P. H. Q.?1865. "j "PHOTOGRAPHS. J- aaibrotypes, CARPS I Partridge's, 117 .Viiin Ntrcct-firaifloor, tho-rounlry!'' tljC l,esl "n<l cheapest work In Partridge will hereafter glvehis nersonni nt .hat nil l.t turestliatcanbcmaUe. ? ' I"6" ? deelS. FURNITURE. UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFtTT r v Stand's, IMstomik^rSmnc^Chnl'i^ I/XwS short nkotkt<,e,? orUcrnn<> Jn'AWg .lone on Undertaking Business, ^ ' assort in onV^fcrrFF<^Snf a?l 'siraL " KenernJ and plain, trimmed j? the jUt ttVKiTh hearse and usual at tendances.^ isoi FISK'S METAI.LIC BURIAL CAKES. wniitK aml? ron^TOrttitlo","?'ey have'iio rlvaT A , No. 73 Ma,n m'ceS^,St i "1JOVO "??" A fiTcip; alTSTlin fare. 'NTf REASKI) my KAI'lt ]tivn cleR, I am i^^paZuo fln^ll oAlei^n^" an?otherlmiiseInTOWS^.e'lm H patterns of STOVES, bot'h Wood and fv?5 ^ toJloalUrtnlN ofjJbwSSk iVshc?t?K gSSr ^8^ and' -JHr B- P. CALDAVRI.T.. *J. ;w. johxsos a- nustT * Mannfnoturera of Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware TTAXF5i?iAVAlr.BD OURSELVES OF ssi!r| particular attention to th1"?m,?ol. oPi paxt&utar "'t'sfncl Ion In evil? SSffHP*?' ^??p*L2C tl,e latest and mosf approved rmt times? Blw^JMlMpA^Sv'1 ntU" |T2S no. 1W Market Square. -Jlfi WlIKEIilXB, W. VA. THOS. G. CULBERTSON, STAR FOUNDRY, ;No. C2 Hnrkct Street, WHEELING, W. VA. M^nUy^hand"' HAS CON** t'onl and Woml rooking Stove*, I'nrlor;siove?, ' IlealiHK Ntovm, Common Hollow-trnrp, Stove Ilolloiv-H'nre, All of the best Patterns. ARCHES <S GRATES, COMMON GRATES, IPLOUOH POINTS, 4e, Ac. TrniEsinsn Machtne Castinos, aso Saw ii.i. Castinos, Made to'order, of the host material aud'at lowest rates. norohuji cam: sugar jiii.m, Martin'sFerrypiMemsat Martin's Ferry prices AI.SO, No. 1 (VERY SOFD'FOtTNDRY PIO IRON, i constantly on sale at lowest rates. Wheeling, April 18.1805. JOHN HAMILTON & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Cool and. Wood COOKING STOVES. Also, all kinds of PARLOR A IIEATIXG STOVES, Adapted for either Wood or Coal. Castings, QUINCY FOUNDRY ?fc MACHINE SHOP ""y" Wheeling W. Vn. STEPHENS & SMITH"" Attorneys for Collecting Pensions, Back Pay, Bounty A XT) ALI. CLAIMS AGAIX8T THE GO VERXMEXT. Offlce over the Bank of Wheeling, feb27 Main. Street, HTiCTtop, IT. Vq. E. P. Rhodes. c. m Rnooc^ E- P. RHODES & SON. (Successors to Rhodes <t Warfield.) liroeers & Commission Merchants Jul-** RKImjFI>ORT' DR. ,Ti J. KISNER, my^ERs Wa^A^KS TO ALL THOSE I who have favored him with -their confi dencc.and P.?~nj?<V? would l^inrnlite Wheeling. W. va.; where ue may oe toibuh ed in reference to dielr disease, the nature and ! diameter of which the Doctor is able ataU times, and under all rlr^nistauws, to describe and to assure of the nrcbable result and dum-> tion of treatment. He practices the Eclectic System of Medicine, using mild hut effectiv e remedies, supporting Instead pf dep^slne the Vital Powers. The medicines usedhy him are prepared and ^ put up in his own oillce. Besides the treatment of Acute.Dis eases, Dr.Kisner willgiveIds.^^ntton toth^ treatment of jxil Varieties of Ohronic disease. That scourge of tlio human 3ff?e. S^fuhMn all its varied forms, viz: Purulent Discharges from the Ear, so prevalent ?"non^hildren, Purulent Opihalmla, Ozena. Eidarged Olamls, Ulcerations, Cancers and all varities of Skin Diseases, will receive his special attention.? Diseases or the Throat, Iaiuk nnd Heart, IJv er Complaints, Diarrhcea.Dysentery and Piles, Diseases of theTJrinair Organs, ftyphills, ?c;. Nervous and Spinal Affections, Epilepsy, I Rheumatism rnd Paralysis, Diseases of be 1 males, Dyemenorrhea, Leucorrhea, Prolapsus Uteri, and all Palntal Irregularities and Ner vous Diseases to which tnfey are subject-he treatssnccessfully. The treatment of CHIL ' DREN will receive the same attention as here tofore. All consultations and communlca i tlons strictly confidential, and will receive prompt at ten tion. N Iglit calls cheerfully an swered. Office hours from 9 to 12 A. M., 1 to 4 and6 to9P.M. J"n DR. SEELTE'S LIQUID CATARRH remedy. B1I-C DRE IWAKBANTE !>"*? IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOI.LOWED. t&rCall for Circular describing al&ymplomt. SYMPTOMS * The symptoms :of catarrh a? they generally appear are at firn very slight. Persons find tliey have a cold, that they have frequent attacks, and are more sensitive to the changes of temperature. Ir this condition, the noae may bedry.or aslighl discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards becom ing thick and adhesive. As the disease lx> comes chronic, the discharges are increased ir quantity and changed In quality; they are now thick and heavy, and are hawked or cough ec off. The secretions are offensive, causing a bac breath; the voice is thick and nasal, the evei are weak: the sense of the smell Ls lessened oi destroyed; deafness frequently takes place Another common and important symtom o Catarrh is that the person is obliged to cdeni his throat in the morning of a thick or slimj mucus, which has fallen down from the heai during the night. When this takes place tli< person may be sure that his disease is on iti way to the lungs, and should lose no time ir arresting it. . . The above are but few of the many Catarrl Symptoms. A single Bottle will Inst a month?1( be u?e?l lliree times n day. DR. D. H. SEELYE & CO.. Sole T*j-oprietors, Chicago, Illinois,*2 And for sale by all DrugglstH. IMcCABG. KRAFT A CO., WHEELING, Wholesale Agents for Eastern Ohio and Wesl Virginia. . fe23-ly CATARRH ! DR. R. GOODALE'S Catarrh Remedy. THIS MODE OF TREATMENT IS The Acme of Perfection! It Cures Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh. It Cures Catarrh in all its Types and Stages. It Cures Catarrh, and averts Consumption. It Cures Catarrh and Pain in the Temples. No violent Syringing of the Head. The Sense of Taste and Smell Restored. FOR CENTURIES CATARRH HAS DE fled the skill of physicians and surgeons. No medical work contains a prescription that will eradicate it. Nothing save Dr. Goodale a remedy will break it up, radically destroying the principal of the disease, and precluding the posibllity of a relapse. No form of Catarrh can withstand Its search ing power, and no mode of treatment evernf forded such Immediate relief, or gave such universal satisfaction. It penetrates to the very seat of this disease and exterminates it, root and bmnch forever. From the N. K Commercial Advertiser. IIay, Rose, a>*d Periodic Catarrh.? Dr. 11. Good ale's Catarrh Remedy and mode ol treatment, not only affords the greatest re lief in every variety of Catarrh, but it extin guishes the disease forever In all Its types and tstages. Every one speaks well of It. Price 81.00 per Hot tie. Send a stamp for Dr. Goodale's New Pamphlet on Catarrh, its per fect mode of treatment and rapid cure. Infor mation of pricelei* value?send or call at once. C. R. Parker, Sole Agent, 75 Bleecker St,, "ft8*For sale by T. H. LOGAN & CO.,atad LOGAN. LIST CO., Wheeling. \ nov2S-lyd?tw A G. B. CALDWELL, TTORNEY FOR ALL MILITARY Claims, Buck Pay, Bounty, Pensions, ic. itSTOffice?Melodeon Building, rooms form erly occupied by Caldwell ?fc Boyd, opposite Bank of Wheeling, I(up,stairs).) References:?His Excellency A. man, Governor of West Virginia. F. P. Peir roint. Adjutant General of West Virginia. S. Bnuly, Cashier Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank. D. C. List, Cashier Bank of Wheeling. mh7-?nidtwa.w B BAR IRON. AR IRON?Round, from 3-16 to 3 In. Square, " X to 2^ In. Flat, " gxHtoGHin. Oval, " ^tolj^in. Half Oval" 54 to 2VJ in. Cut to lengths for Tire. Hoop. n IS to 3 in. From Pennsylvania, American, Wayne and Sligo Mills, Pittsburg. ^ novSSO P. C. HILDRETH A BRO., 53 Main street. PILASTER PARIS. - rv BBLS. PLASTER PARIS, BEST quality OU iWKlved byp c Hn.DRETH 4 BRO. FI.OIR. A Afl BARRELS SEMPER IDEM WHITE 4^00 ^Ybcat; 200 WASlIIV(ilO\ SILLS I I.Ol'R. 1 AA BARRELS WASHINGTON MILLS 1UU Flour, Just received by^ j FLOUR. (BBLS. Semper Idem White Wheat, 200 " Eclipse do 200 " Pearl Mills do In store and for sale by JpII . PRYOR, HANDLANdb OO. ^ ^ TIERCES flutjar Cured Hams^^^ Just received by J nil PfrYOR, HAN PLAN CO. "VT"AII>*.?500 KEGS ASSORTED SIZES iM at Factory Prices. feb1? P. C. HILDRETH A BRO. LOVERING N 8YRFP Try lovering'S syrup, it is the best in the country. For sale by R. J. SMYTH. MARYLAND LIME. BBLS. MARYLAND LIME (FRESH burnt) received by _ _?/-k P. C. HILDRETH A BRO. 400; 100 gttAlnil. BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL ^-ESTABLISHED AN A REPl'GF FROM qUACKERY.^ THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURECA V BE OB TAINED. ?pvR. JOHNSTON 1 U liiOStC * ~ Remedy Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation oft?.? ?Heart. Timidity. Trembling, Dimncssof Hiihl or Giddiness, Disease of the Head. Thirst Noso or Skin, Affections of the Liver, Lun^*' Stomach or Bowels? those terrible disord^ arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth those secret and solitary practices more feno to their victims than the souk of Rvren*tn the "Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their nuKt brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c.t impossible. ? YOUNO MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely gm.ve thousands of Young Men of tike most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have entranced lLsteniim Senates with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstacy the living lyre, may 'call with full oonlldence. MARRIAGE. ness, organic debility, deformities speedily cured. He who places himself under the care of Dr J., inay religiously con tide in his honor m gentleman, and confidently rely upon hte skill as a physician. ORGANIC WEAKTCERS Immediately cured and full Vigor Restored. This distressing affection?which rend?* paid by the victims of improper Indulgence, Young persons are too apt to commit excess**! from not l>elng aware of the dreadful conse quences that may ensue. Now, who tliat un derstands the subject will pretend to deny I that the power of procreation Ls lost sooner | by t'iose falling Into Improper habits than by the prudent? Hesides t>eing deprived ot | the pleasure of healthy oflkpring, the most serious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and Mental Functions Weakened. Loss of Procrcative Power, Nerv ous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of tlm Heart, Indigestion. Constitutional Debility a Wasting of the Frame, Cough, Consume tion. Decay and Death. Office, No. 7 Kontli Frederick Ktreet, Left hand side going from Baltimore street a few doors from the corner. Fail not to ob serve the name and number. Letters must be paid and contain a stamp The Doctor's Diplomn hangs hi his office. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYB. JVTo Mercury or Nauseous Drugs! DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons London. Graduate from one of the most emi nent Colleges in the United States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known: manv troubled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulncss, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured immedi m?ly'TAKK PARTICULAR KOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured themselves by improper indulgence and soli tars* habits, which ruin both Ixxly and mind, unfitting them for either business, study, so cietv or marriage. . , , These are some of the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the llack and Limbs, Pains in .1- TT > T/Wcnf MlWlllM ower, mipuaiion oi u?: *MentaSl.'?!?fhefiarfUl eflfects on the inlnd are much to be dreaded?Loss of Memory. Confusion of Ideas. Depression ?f Spirits. EvA Forbodlngs, Aversion to socletv, Self-Distrust. Love of Solltnde, Timidity, Ac., are some of the evils produced. Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge what is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, becoming pale, nervous and emaciated, having h singu lar appearance at>out the eyes, cough acd symptoms of consumption. YOUNG MEN ^ Who have injured themselves hvn certa u pnictice indulged in when alone, a hijlt fre quently learned from evil <companions, <or at school, the effects of which are nlelitlj felt, even when asleep, and if not cum\ ren.leiH marriage impossible, and destroys iwth mind and body, should apply immediately What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country, the darling of hiMmrenjK should be snatclioA from all prosi^'t^aiul enjoy mentsof life, by the consequences of ? -\ia ting from the path of nature and hidul^ng in n certain secret habit. Such persons, mist before contemplating MARRIAGE, Reflect that a sound mind and body arc the most necessary requisites to promote connu bial happiness. Indeed, without these, the journey through life becomes u weary pil grimage: the prospect hourly darkens to [he view; the mind ?>croiiies shadowed with <tej palrand fllle<l with the melancholv reflec tion that the happiness or anotner become blighted with our own. DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and Imprudent votary of pleasure finds that he has imbibed tlio of discovery, deters him from appl.j ing to those who, from education^and rest*?HablHtj, can alone befriend him, deluyins stitutlonal symptoms of this make their appearance, such throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains^n the head and limbs, dimness of sight, nodes on the shin-bones and onnhjb^iMJ on the head, nice and extremltes,iPJJJSJJjgf with frightful rapidity, till JgWf of the mouth or the bones of the noselauiii, : and the victim of this awfhl disease a horrid object of commiseration, until deam mVts a period to his dreadtal sufferings hr sendlngjilm to "that undiscovered country froni whence no traveler returns." It is a melancholy fact, that thousands f. victims to this terrible dl^^owhigtoth? unskillfuhi^ of Ignorant ^ctenders. u lio, b> the use of that deadly jtolson, Mercury, nui? tlio constitution, and make the residue of lift, miserable. STRANGERS, , Trust not your lives or health to the care . many unlearned and w?rthle? pretend rs, destitute of knowledge. X who eopv Dr. Johnston's ads ertlsOTeui*, style thc'mselues, In the nowspn|Mirs r??lnr lyEducftted Physicians: lnmpnbie of curing, ^His credentials or diplomas, always hang in b&ifmmedles oMreatment am oil others, prepared fromurn th? flBfe notices of which have nppepred ygln. ?nd again before the public, bt^dm 1^?J? bgp as a gentlrmnn of character ^ ty, isa sufficient guarantee to the amieten SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY OTR-ED nar'So letters received unless P^f'rP^^piy. Of the Bait imorel^ck H?pl<a>, feh!5-ly* ? ? New Store! New Stock! CHEAPER THAI* EVEK. JOHN H. ROBINSON, PUSSSSsS SSdJ^n, ?d o^l-tbe nnet stock of BOOTH. SHOES AM> OAITT.BS Ever offered in this Ui^de Have your bUy"'lgyatM.n?HTBKKT, Wheeling rtfliB. _ v 300 aw Barre^ i IST MORBIfiO^' 4 CO bv '