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VOLXril. WHEELING, WESTVA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1865. NO. 2RS
lUctliral.
Tb<* World ( liRllfnirML to Frotluco its
Equal.
LINDSEY'S improved
blood - SEARCHER,
FOK TUf. rijRK Of AM.
Diseases Arising from an Impure
stato of tho Blood, ,
SUCH AH
Scrofula, Cancerous Formations,
futaneoilB Diseases, F.rysl|>elaH, Rolls
T?*tter Affections. <>1?I A Stubborn Ulcers,.
pimples on tho Fare, Sore Eyes, Ac.
urE MARK No CLAIMS To HAVINO
\\ discovered n 14Panacea" or "Universal
l:^,nrtly,^ for nil tlie ailments to which tlesh
L- heir; but we do claim what countless facts j
have fairly nnd.fully established that In the \
IKLOOIMKARCHER,
the afflicted will find a "Standard MctHcinc," j
one upon which they can rely aa a sure .spe
cific for aU the diseases for which It la recoin- i
tended.
in?-nded.
I have this day, October 7tli, 1 SGI, disposed of
ray entire Interest in .1. M. l.iudsev's Improv
* c tti-OOD Search kr. to H. E. Skm.fhs a Co..
toeether with the right to use my name in
preparation. The only iremilne article m
hereafter lie prepared bv them exclusively.
?I. M. LIXI>S FY
rav entire Interest in .1. m. ? ?? .
t li 1II.OOD SEARCHER. to R. E. SK1.1.FITS A Co., .
toeether with the right to use my name in its
??m.A .miiuine article will 1
PREPARED BYJ
R. E. Sellers & Co., Pittsburgh, .Pa.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS.
N E L E It H '
LIVER PILLS.
(The Original, only True and Genuine.)
Ha* stood for Thirty years a Htnpln Rpmedy,
unequftlUrf -hy any medicln-j known for tho
cure of hirer nomrrtalnt. OMf/mww, Sick- Head
ache mill Jiillinivt Disorder*, and Indeed for the
whole clam of diseases originating in biliary
derangements.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The orirjinal,- rmlti true and Xnemtine Liver
Pills. nn> prepared hy R.E. Feller*, and have
hl? name. In Nack trar upon the lid of each box,
and hf?signature on the outside UTattver?ai.i.
r.Ttn-RS arf. corNTrnrFrrs or RASE IMITA
TIONS.
R. F. MM.I RS A CO., Proprietors,*
Pittsburgh, Pa. j
Tlie Great Internal Remedy,
FOR THE EFFECTUAL CERE OF*
RHEUMATISM,
(SOI T, XErifA T (STA. KTXnfC rvrr.. TFT
TFK.SCAM IIKA D, JtrXtJ WORM, Ac.
IS TRTTEY
JOHNSON'S
Rheumatic Compound,
BLOOD PURIFIER.
' I.el tlie Sn Rer 111 tr Ronil nail Cense fo j
Dmpnir.
Mr. Johnson*:? /Vnr Sir: Tills Is to certify !
flint bv n?l n tr /7ierf*-fmrrthi of a bottle of your
RHEUMATIC tOMPOl'MP AXT> PLOOD
ITRIFIER,* I was comnWrlf/mml or Chronic
Jthnmiatism. after having suffered for more
than eighteen years. -It lias been over four
siiit-e I was cured, and I have not fi*lt the
slightest symptoms of Its return. I remain
vnars truly, ANDREW ARMSTRONG, Xo.
19.lames street, Allegheny City, May :!d, IHftl.
It stands unequalled by any medicine now
Iteforethe public, f??r the euro of tho al>oved
naitiedf diseases.
Read tho following extracts anil testlmonl
?l-\
B if* AV irho use it rcccirc benefit,
11??- ft cures where nil other remedies fait.
fi)".Vo other rem ei Iff hat Iteconieso jmpulftr.
8^*7/ aire* universal satisfaction.
Itf The proof m tumf aftitndfwf.
It the ont)/ sure cure foi' Ithcunuitisni.
[t ft destined losajtertetle all others.
It is prescribed f>!l Physicians,
? It is recommended l-u Phjtsieinns,
In truth it is a perfect benefactor,
RREPAREP RY
1?. E. WFJiliERH Vfc OO.,
Soi.k Proprietors,
t'ornrr Wood and Second Street*.
P ITTH BURGH, PA.
?hHJl.Vftt-JenO
5fioo|i Shuts.
Wheeling Hoop Skirt Factory.!
A IJiO.
French & American Corsets ;
MANUFACTURED.
COHEN, SEMPLINER & CO.,
IT J OULD RESPECTFULLY IX FORM THE
\> ladles of this city and vicinity, that;
hey have opened a store at ,
IOI ATnIn Street,
With a large anil well assorted stock of
Siirls, Corsets, & Skirt Supporters,
Of the Latest and most Approved Styles!
Having been eucagcd for a long time in an
exclusive wholesale nuslnesa, we have acquir
ed extensive facilities for procuring goods In
our line on the most reasonable termsland of
fer them to the public at the lowest Eastern
price*.
Merchants lvarticularly, are invited to call
and see our stock, before purchasing else
where.
Skirts purchased In our store, will bejrenova
t?*l without charge.
??T"We*alnO make any slzo of HoopSklrtsto
order. COHEN, SKMPLI NETt Jt CO.
mylti lfll Main Street. Wheeling.
HOOP SKIRT
CORSET FACTORY,
165 cor. Market Alley.
M. MENDELSON,
?\\rOULD IlKSPECTFCLLY ANNOUNCE
> > to the citizens of Wheeling that he has
opened a Hoop skirt Factory at the above
named stand, where he will keep constantly
on hand a eood assortment of the best Hoop
Skirts of all sizes and quality, and Corsets
wholesale and retail.
old Hoop Skirts repaired ami made as good
as new.
Wholesale trade solicited
Janll M. MENDEL80X.
HATS AND CAPS.
A1
und
X, pratiier,
Xo. 50 Main Street.
LWAYR on HAXD J\ CHOICE AND
1 d *t?ek of Hats ami IVtps for Mens'
...I p4?y>-wear. *
iln?of establishing a permanent
irl- n tht> city and s\im"?undlng coun
tavor me with their patron
merchants are particularly reques
11X111 examine mv *tock.
uo> 14 Si N. PRATHER.
^Insurance.
FIRE, MARINE & INLAND INSURANCE
/(AN BE OBTAINED UPON THE MOST
\ j reasonable torn is in any of the follOM ing
Companies, representing In the aggregate
C;\SH CAPITAL ANI> ASSETS (OVER)
SD.500,000.
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORE.
Cash Capital, all paid ?"?????? !K
" Assets 1st January, *1883 l,6a7,Wl w
S3,6K7,G0l 90
Nrtt assets exceeding those of ,\l"yiT?AV^l
Company doing Fire business in the United
States. ^
UNDERWRITER'S AGENCY, N. YORE.1
Tlie (Jermania Fire Ins. Co.... "J Cash Capital
The Hanover " 44 "4 ??? j. and Assets
sssssa " " - .? i mmmwwwo
One ]t,lie)/ of Insurance Is Issued by the four
Companies. *
SECURITY INS. CO. OF NEW > ORE.
cash Capital, all paid hi......... :~?l'J520SK
" Assets 1st February, 1805 _
S1,>4S,:V10 22
Three-fourths of the nett profits declare# to
policy holders, annually.
CONTINENT AI. INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
Cash Capital, all paid in.......?.
" Assets January 1, isu? so3,s>i su
SI, 303,853 SO
Seventv-flve per cent of the nett profits de
clared to policyholders annually, without in
curring any. risk. , A1 ,
Policies will bo issued in any of the above
reliable Companies on upnllrattmi to
W. F. PETERSON, Agent.
Office Main street, next door to M. M.
Bank. ; martl-ly
Franklin Insurance Company
OF W1IF.KLING.
?apif?l, - 8150,000.
DIRECTORS:
T. H. IiOsnn.T. P. Shallcross,<?eo. K. Wheat,
Geo. Mendel. Johti Zoeckler. Saml. MtClel
Ihu. d. W. Franzhehn, Jas. N. Vance, Alex.
Lauglilln.
mHIS COMPANY HAVING BEENBTTT^
I organized, are prepared to take risks at
fair rates on buildings of all kinds, merchan
dise, manufacturing establishments, furnl
tnre, steamboats and cargoes on the western
rivers and lakn?, and also on the lives of per
sons for a term of years. This Company of
fers superior inducements to farmers, wnere
hv they can I*- Insured for three years, at se
duced rates. This l>eliig a home Institution,
composed of some ninety-four stockholders,
most of whom are among our busings
men, recommends itself
federation of the Insuring public, and solicits
thApifflcSuonsfor Insurance will 1h> promptly
atns;^'i'SSSSSvSSk. bome..??
formerly oeenplcd h?; A^TOrR,1^!?*.
BAMX Mi-f'LEI.I. VN. President.
OEO. MENHEL, Vice President.
N A RTHTTK, Agent for pnyinis pensions.
om?-, No. 1 MeLuro House, bPlnd tin; mine
formerly occupied by Adams Express <.o.
INSURANCE.
Fire & Marine Insurance Company
OF WIIKKI.tSO.
IXCOHPOHATKI) IV ISI7.
mAKES RISKS ATTHP. I.OWEST ItATKS
| on Buildings of nil Kinds, Slc(inll?>nls.
Furniture nnd Merchandise, ami nsnlnst iul
damn reattending the transportation of eoods
on rivers,seas.
JOHN F. HOPE INS, Secretary.
DIRECTORS i ' x
Roliert Cranele, l^V?!
Roliert Morrison, .T. C-. Aclievm.
Rwulv .lames Itolzell,
JolinK.nlon, Samuel Ott,
??>rThe office of the Company has been re
moved to No. 50 Main stn>et.
Applications for insurance will be promptly
attended to by the President or Seerctary.
uvnnsportatiou.
Baltimore & Oliio Railroad.
OFFICII lUl.T. tOHlO 1H1I.K0AI.C0., ).
?r.. ..!?? iwn Ct i Tiav Xny. J>, 1NH. )
BY
Nov.
ICR HALT. CKUUIU urtiui.""
Wiikki.inq Station, Nov
T4ASSF.NOER TRAINS 1VIIJ. T'"N,
I the following schedule on and after ]
fith, 1S1H; ExpRESS TRAIN.
T/cave? ? .
Wheeling at..l 1:0ft A. M.
Benwood 11:20
Moundsvllle. 1?00
Grafton fWfir.M.
Oakland 8:00
Cnmljcrland .11:10
Martlnsbnrg. 3:13 a.m.
Wash. J'tn?. 8:14
Arrive at?
Baltimore? 8:40
Leave?
Wheeling at. 9:.pi0p.M|
Benwood 10:30 "
Moundsvllle..llH)l *
Grafton 3-JWa.m.
Oakland 0:23 u
Cumberland.. 0:30 p.m.
Martlnsbnrg.. 1:13 "
Returning, leave?
Rait Imorc at., ftfflv. M.
Wash. J'tn....1007 "
Martlnsburg~ 3:13 A.M.
Cumberland.. 7:1?>
Oakland 10:10
Grafton 1:10 p.m.
! Moundsvllle.. 0:18
Benwood 0:40
Arrive at
Wheeling....- 7:10 44
MAIL TRAIN.
Ret urn Ing leave?
Baltimore at.. JfcOOA.M.
Wash. Jn'tn.. !K? 44
Martlnsbnrg.. 3:00 P~tt.
Ctimberland.. 7:15 41
Oakland 10:13 4
. Grafton 1:10
Moumlsville. 0KWA.M.
Wash. Jn'th.. 0:21 44 Benwood 6:20
Arrive at? Arrive at?
Baltimore 0:45 44 Wheeling 0:o0
W. P. Smith, Master of Transportation,
J. B. FORD,
nov5 General Agent, Wheeling.
Cleveland & Pittsburgh Rail Road.
(Shortest aiul Quickest Route East ami West.)
Trains run as follows.commenc
Ing Monday. October 31, ISO!:
Mall. Express. Express.
L'veBrklgeport?11^)0am 4ibpm lft02pm
,Vrr. Pittsburgh... 3:45pm (fcOOpm ?10am
" Cleveland ....KhOOpm teiam ,?^nm
? Crestline liiinin UMtm ll^Oam
" Ft. Wayne... 7.t? a m &U) p m 5:20 p m
? rhlcago 0?50pm ll:20pni 11:20pm
?* Ilarrisburg... ?30am ROOam 3:10pm
Baltimore 7K?am l?20pm 6:4opm
" Philadelphia?:oSam l?40pm 5^pin
" New York.... 9:4.1am ?t5pm KfcOOb m
Tickets to all principal points in the East
and West can be procured at. the Union office
In McLure House and at the Station at Bridge
port. F. It. M\ EBS,
mh3 General Ticket Agent.
HEMPFIELD RAn7~R0AB
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOVEMBER
the 28th. the trains on this road will run
as follows, dally except Sundays:
Leave Washington 7*? A. m.
Arrive at Wheeling 10 44
RETURNING:
Leave Wheeling 3 p.m.
Arrive at Washington ? 0 **
All freight to lx? forwarded from A\ heeling
must be delivered at the depot before 2 o clock
' P. M. to insure Its shipment the same day.
nov24 Sv. I). BURTON. Sup't.
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
I Ohio nnil Miwl?l|ipi Tran.porlntlon
<'oni|Vnny.
| "PEOPLE'S I-INE,"
Daily for Louisville.
THE MAGNIFICENT NEW
STEAMERS,
ST. JOCHOT.AS, Mfctcix, Master.
ST. CHARMS. Watts, Master.
W hi lenve DAit.T al 5 P. M., from the Inwei
?wharf boat at the foot of Broadway, Cincin
nati.
For freight or jwsMU?e apply on board, or at
the Company's Offloe on the wharf bout,
where fn iilit win 1?' n-celved at lUl lioiir*.
JAMES OCH1D, Rnpt. O. A >f.T. Co.
Shippersil?Jrtn? to ship through Uie above
Une. cam do
ap2l-?m
K.I1 n, n;\i inuurjtt v v..
General Steamboat Agents,
Cor. Monroe and Water Sts,
mm
HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY, by mall, one year, .7. ?7 50
six month*,......
three months, 2 25
one month, 75
by. City Carrier?, per week 15
TRI-W EtfKLY, one year. 5 00
six montlis.. 2 50
three months, 1 50
WK12KLY, one year, A 2 00
six montlis, 1 00
RATES OP ADVERTISING.
One Square, one time, (10 lines or less to con
stitute a square,> Si 00
... . each additional time, 50
one week .. .1 00
two weeks "? 00
month, ... 8 (X)
Business or Professional Cards, not change
able, on the first or fourth page, per yean
512 for six mont lis.
Marriage, Death and Religious Notices, 75c.
YEARLY ADVERTISING.
column per year, fc 50 .001
*" ??"
FROM RICHMOND.
A Constant Unhealthy Kxcitcment
l*revailintc ?? J inline rndcrivood'H
(oil (mention Process?John Minor
Hotts?The Itichmoml Itail roads.
Correspondence of Wheeling Intelligencer.
Richmond, July 21,1805.
Our people continue to have most
disagreeable reminders of tlieir griev
ous error in yielding to tlie. seductive
and sophistical allurements of seces
sion, and seem destined not soon to
abandon their position upon the foot
stool of repentance. Aside from the
ever recurring evidence of the terrible
destruction, devastation and impover
ishment-, which have made tlie people
of Eastern Virginia the heaviest suffer
ers from the rude hand of war,(hero are
occasional episodes in the shape of sen
sation rumors of wholesale confiscations
jof the property of our most prominent
citizens, seizure, libelllngs of real es
tate, and stopping of rents, which keep
f alive a most unpleasant excitement in
I the community. Each of these rumors
comes in a shape more alarming than
jits predecessors, and is, of course, exag
] gerated in proportions to the natural
anxiety and apprehension necessarily
prevalent in times so precarious as tlie
present. The consternation occasioned
tti Richmond, last week, bv the seizure
of the Spottswood and Halyard Hotels,
and numerous other pieces of real
estate, I13' the United States Marshal,
which had a much more alarming effect
than the sound of Grant's or MeClel
1 nil's great guns during the many bat
tles fought within sight and hearing of
the city, has now happily subsicled,
upon the assurance from the proper
authorities, that confiscation caiinot.be
executed upon the property of persons
who have received the Executive clem
ency, within which category are em
braced nearly all of the parties whose
property was libelled. The action of
the Marshal seems to have been taken
in obedience to orders issued previously
to the extension of clemency to the
owner by the President,?and* will re
sult in 'no more serious damage to
their pockets, than the payment of
numerous fees to sundry clerks,
asssistant clerks, assessors, and
assistant assessors, etc., etc., in Jndge
Underwood's department, aggregating,
as I am informed, something over $100,
when the proceedings shall have been
ended. A cheap escape from the pen
alty, truly; but our wealthy men, tak
ing wisdom from the industry and
promptness of that well-known and of
ten-mentioned "early bird*' w ere "too
soon" forjudge Underwood.
Applications for pardon are transmit
ted rapidly to Washington, and in ma
ny instances by persons who had de
termined not to apply, relying upon the
Amnesty oath of President Lincoln, to
protect themselves and property, stim
ulated doubtless by the recent alarm.
The sooner the property-holding por
tions of the community receive the par
don of the President, of course the more
rapidly will be advanced the property
of the city, by the promotion of confi
dence, both at home, and abroad, in the
respectability of those upon whom we
must rely lbr the development of the
business" interests of the community.
Our merchants returning from tlieir
visits to Xew York, (which by the way
is rapidly becoming a sort of Mecca for
Southern pilgrims, where Confederates
are most hospitably and courteously re
ceived,) represent the question of par
don to be the sole difficulty to the con
summation of such arrangements as
will lend abundant aid to tlie business
men of the South ; that settled, and the
difficulty is immediately removed.
Next Tuesday, the 2otli inst., is the
day designated by Governor Peirpoint
for the election of municipal officers.
Candidates are numerous, and for some
of the offices the contest is spirited,
though happily I do not observe much
disposition to revive old issues fending
to discord and strife. For tlie Mayor
j alty the contest is very animated be
tween William Taylor, for niahy years
i a merchant of Richmond, and N. Stur
j tevant, Esq.. late commander of a bat
tery in the Confederate service, and a
I young lawyer of considerable promise
and very high character. Most proba
I bly we shall witness, in our election,
the same general results as in all elec
! tions recently held in the State,in which
! Confederate officers and soldiers, -when
1 candidates, have distanced all compe
tition.
The Attorney General of the State
j has decided that no individual holding
$ office under the Confederate or rebel
1 State government, excepting only eoun
J ty offices, is eligible to office. The
| TYwic*, understood to be under the
I editorial management of a well known
(lawyer, in its issue of this morning,
' takes up the cudgel,( and delivers a
lengthy argument against the sound
ness of the decision. This is, of course,
a question of profound interest to the
i politician, who, it iscurrently believed,
j can much better dispense withstood and
! sleep than with the nope of office.
Hon. John Minor Rotts is in Xew
York, where it is said he is extensively
lionized by his numerous friends in
that city, who have not forgotten hiin
in the long period of enforced separa
tion during tne war.
Tlie various lines of railroad con
necting us with the North are in course
of rapid completion, and we shall soon
revive our acquaintance with the great
world from which we have been so long
blockaded. Chatham.
A Lexington, Ky., correspondent
writing to the New York Times, says ^
Last Sunday I heard an eminent Epis
copal rector from Clarksville, Tenn.,
invited to officiate here in a church of
doubtful standing, pray with much ap
parent unction for "t he President of the
Confederate States and all others in au
tlioritv." Beinc reminded of his faux
pas while retired to change his robe, he
preluded his sermon by correcting him
self and offeriug as his apologv "the
force of habit."
1 from the A llant/r Monthly.]
THE WII.I.OW.
BY ELIZABRTII A. C. AKK.V.
0 Willow, Why fbftvrt-weep,
' wl^PSfi*? "1""ru? 111 endless wrong?
w! SldH<,n woe C1U1 lte w deep?
| \\ hat utter grief can last so long?
1 Tlv^Sii.?f .PSH*? h?s,e s^P elate
?"r life and l?my to renew:
She even bids the mscs wait
. And gives l?r tlret sweet earo to yon.
The welcome redbreast folds Ills wing
?n f''' V,r for v?u ''Is freshest strain;
i o-X? .V'0 earliest bluebirds slug
Till all > our light stems thrill again.
The,sparrow trills 1,1s weddlngsong
FniJ it ^ hls tender brood to you;
witi? i B viiiew, the summer long,
"h U^WPand kiss your beauty woo.
>'OI,r Will light,
hraWsdlamomls in your hair,
v. t JiTiw-11.4^love to >ou nt ?te??t,?
i el still > ou droop nml still despair.
your Irtish*, nt fall ofdew,
toid
it i ' Ja?t?lt' through
Has kept the world from growing old.
Bri.o,,,?thoueh April's buds unfold.
r>"' ^nminor 8?'ts the earth alcaf,
i or Autumn pranks your robes with cold
| ^ ou sway and sigh in graceful grief. '
i M(.mn.,1nn forevVrl u neon soled.
And keep your secret, faithful tree'
I No heart in all the world can hold
A sweeter grace than constancy.
tJTAlf.
j What the .llormon Women' Tlilnk or
?'olyRatliy~BrlKl.ni,, Young 1'reacU.
In g-.
^e oopv the following paragraphs
from one of Mr. Bowles's interesting
letters to the Springfield HqVuHtican t
j How (lo'the Mormon women like nml
is the question most
j pi ople ask as to the institution. The
j universal testimony of all but their
I husbands is that it is a grievous sorrow
in"!,wi" \"; ?"!>v cheerfully submitted
to and embraced under a religious fa
naticism and self-abnegation rare to
behold and possible oiilv to women
They are taught to believe, and munv
I Ot them really do believe, liiat-through
and by it they secure a higher :md more
glorious reward iu the future wortd
J?>us1ias laid a heavy trial upon
me, said one poor, sweet woman, "but
jl mean to bear it for His sake, and the
Rlory He will grant me in His king
dom. Tlits is the common wail the
; common solace. Sucl. are the teach
ings of the eUurcli; and I have no doubt
hotli husbands and wifes alike often
I honestly accept this view oftlie odious
I practice, and seek and submit to polvg
, amy as really God's holy serWoe, os
culated to nutko saints of themselves
and all associated with them in the fu
ture world. Still a pood deal of human
I nature is visible, both among the ,,ien
in embracing polygamy and in their
w i\cs ill submitting to it. Mr. Yonnc's
j testimony on this point is significant
j Oilier signs are not wanting in the looks
anil character of the men most often -in
noinled inthe holy bondsofniatrimonv
men, "'r ? ????? disagree-'
mi nt of- wives in innnv families
I " sn?"V '?"?esthny live ll-irniouiou^
; !i .lovi?K>y togolher; oftener
I it would seem, they have sonMnin
houses. The lirst wife is (SmeS'/iyThc
, recognized of society, and frequently
fassumes contempt lor the olhlu's, re
. ^aiding them as concubines, and not
wives But it is a dreadful st'ate of so
ciety to any one of line feelings and
'"stlncls; it robs married life of
, all its sweet sentiment and companion
ship; and while it degrades woman
nTselllijTi ""i"1' ton,'1,il|K him to des
j pise and domineer over his wives, over
women. Ii breeds Ifialousv, <lislr?s[
-ami tempts to iiilldelity; but the police
system of the church and the commu
nity is Ko strict. and constant that it is
claimed lutd bel ieved the latter vice
... y rare. T he effect upon the eliil
!' cannot help being debasing, how
: o\er well they may be ininrded and ed
ucated. Bul it is a chief faHiii^" vUi a
f.Vn Mormons, that, plenti
fully as they are providing children
who swarm everywhere as did the lo
free RehoiiP El' !h?y H?\e orK''"lize(l no
irc< school s\stem. Schools are held
!!" every ward orthe eitv. and nrobhblv
in every considerable village, hi build
ings provided for evening religious
meetings under the direction of the lo
eal bishops, but a tuition fee is exacted
i !!??'!? n ? ,atlon|l. "lid the poor are
! 'net.cally shut ou{. The anti-polvga
, mists should agitate at once and earn
UsUy to reform this evil?it isastromr
; point against the dominant partv anii
i ritorv VirL U>?,?elfarc of tho ,lr
JS; ,*tis ?f>od and encouraging
s?n to learn trom intelligent sources
Hint as the young girls, .Taught? of
thnv l"18- ?row ",P 10 womanhood,
tne\ are indisposed to polvgamv aiuf
I seek husbands among tlie GenUUs
j r.ulier than aniong their own faith,
i ??? ?!""" ^ounK's preaching to-day
| was a \cry unsatlsfaetorv, disahtxjini
. ing perlorinanee. There' w.is evoK n
centive to him to do hU best) heh'ul an
' ''bo?7.rv'.".Ud,TnCe S|>r,'"(i ol" u,idcr the
1 boutry to the number of five or si\
thousand ; before him was Mr. Colfax
jwlio had asked him to preach nuon
j ,m0hl"??el ,doVtr"?'?;; arouuel bin, w^ro
i .ill his elders and bishops, in unusual
I numbers j; and he was'fresh from the
SJh <j1S0;,BHi"" of yesterday on the
Picked b ' fV^"!tv ^H,lt his ml'lress
lacked log c, lacked offqet, lacked whol
, lj magnetism or inipressivuness It
w as a curious medley of seriptual ex
P'toU on, exhortation, bold and bare
S??'*; i-onrso denunciation and
- ni ^ 'i V,"'al) '-H't and poor
mo..'i,M? ?'ras hl? statement of Mor
!lel"f Went, it ainpunud to this,
' ?'! t""1 yns " human, material bodv,
w nil like flesh and blood and passioni
IZ^r'^y PO^fm nl/thing";
j that ho begot his son Jesus in the same
i IK i "" children are begotten now ?
; Jesus and the Father looked alike
and were alike, distinguished onlv la
the former being older; that our reW
"honUi lie J'" material, and we
'iKKlies RnA'fiHejivc" with the same
' earlii - tw xr ' sn"!e Passl?ns as on
,hat MonnonLsm was the most
[? ri. <1 uml true religion ; that those
I Christians who were not Mormont
j would not necessarilv go to hell and be
uifv^le'^i !K ,irP "nd tortured bv
a^ly devils, but that thev would
i IT.,!.. ooeuPy ?o high places in
ilbrtoo!, :,H [':'u"r n"-v Saints;
(ttbrt polygamy was the habit <>f all the
? wss fiSi ?/i ?<11in,t,!<> ages, and
1 > abolished by the (iyths and
A andals who conquered and construet
J Kome; that Martin I.nther approved
;!i R|ngIo ease at. least; that a
.'lergjman of the church of Kngland
""?| married a man to a second wife
was living: and that in
Ui, 8 . ? Ilow' ,r 11 "ian wanted to
ehange his wife, he had only to offer
her at auction and knock her off for a
pot of beer or a shilling, and marrv
- oiiP i ^'V' laat statement called
out a voice_of dissent front an Knclisb
working-fiioe in the audience.] A iroo<l
deal of boasting of the success of the
I Ijrr,"ons\thtir temperance, frugality
o?ft. y'.?ni ?" denunciation
jot the tew* stinking lawyers who lived
I dow n in whisky street, and for live dol
nt'?n,Pt <? nmko a lie into a
Day Saints, "it'* wif, lh?? ^
mmm
pnto "c?*
?-?
A Question and Answer.
In the correspondence column of
the following question and answer:
Question.?Will von favor mo tho
muiM^hcVfo5wiVisr,5B nu> 1,ow "> "' t
Ik11?? follow ing circumstances, viz:
IS lliorp any moans l>v which a lo.lt
?" ""'^rtnin a gentleman'sIntentions
seenis"toP2 i T """'h "ttention and
seekintr it am!'y,.. 80nip|y. ?< times
K.f* t ^ n" then again avoiding
mmm
.conduct would you advise? Thelntit* ?
mmm
' rather than to nJS ,fnnf? to do so
ilfpieic?Sihcmto'' "S 1,er i"toigreat'
|"nsoyi,t7rere& ?hd ?*?*??>& "?
j Answer:?It is not exactly modest
' toward .1? "",k<> d?W"rl"hl "dvances i
I towards the gentleman to whom, ir
asked,she would be willing to give her
jsasr "urt ;HrrH;
I oiindnw, of her moral prinoip es A ,
! .p"ztT1!:r?firnsi,hfi ????
. ? , , '? advance too far himself
in the same direction without some m
; ofaiadj "without bolnc tiivored with
?FS?"afcHS3
Odeuco without compromising herself"
and it is her duty to do so if she is real'
j v convinced that lie is tl.e ".won
jisP^E-ss
j ways honorably n.?.? to her toiuuir
8?,0.ll,"? l?l? doterrt iiiation
fn. ?.1?-0110 ??'V 18 to commence a Kliirht
flirtation with another cent Ionian* thn
, ngi.er quite in Uio ?l?rk?I,^to'i^iH uKl!
!? "l,OI1,i""s of others who
:???. l.y a littlo verbal niun<cu\^,,,'
? hen n ?i,e with her admirer" hrin" un I
the subject of marriage and niavfnllvl
.lorco hin. to come totl" p0h - t'
I timid woman, shrinking from such !
, "-"rSvai: Z&
i friend! ra.'t'S.rSS^rn^^.^S:'.!
ln\lani3Srnr0SSiO"., !i? iM " dissembler,
iK r','"r " st,1'lsh male Hin only
wte n",M rli"'? "l tl"> 'adv s ex.
; me better "'e S??,,Pr ,H' is <lis.ni.ssed
j ^ The Miseries or n Well Han.
nJ'r Jft'w_York correspondent of the
SitiSr?'is rBsi,?"sibk- ???
?..AI,"Tn,"'lcrT-S'wart clenrsonethou
or waking, the latter gentleman linils m
three dollar bill dropping int" "jVw
if.? minute of the twentv-ronr hours
down to talk With his phr
Hici.in m ithout havinir n littlo *
: den",']' if not health ; l?e rannoiu.Ib?
| !ls ">Jn? fo,r t,n, minutes without
n?'L ? the burden increasing in his
' 1.1?.?!. ' .'A cannot walk Brondwav
however the weather may be, without'
meeting a shower of money. A! everv
most Tn iSt",rPS ,n ,,io n"'" i" the
IiiUr indolent manner. Hanks iliin
tin?.r ^""Jends at his head: ruthleU
i hnouciers beat him with coupons - nn
' IlieTr iUthv l.'?eiie!f?CV''por,,ions '"'"np
!^"'M..V""s hill"sUcker^plMter'hU
.hat pan ''be^'hrouglit
. rich man s son, and therefore must suf
,
ruol'elebrntol titnycro.
i I heard the arguments of Messrs
Evartsand Dana in the Buenos Avrean
I bide eii.su, last Friday. Mr. Evarts,
though a native or Boston-he is u a0n
of Jeremiah Evarts of missionary and
j orthodox fume?seldom comes here,and
j I don t know that he ever argued a case
ere before. It was a great delight to
listen to him. I don't think he is an
I whetberhe is hi"equal ~
jand^iacty: hut
, praetnre, and had tho :tdvantac?* of
teterT^~y -i;h vans, x
iT. . hole question seemed to
?"'SST cle?rly and eompactlv in his
mind than iu Air. Dauu's. lie ha?
er>" remarkable crtmmand of inn
(gna^e-not like Mr. ('hS LZ"
native, brilliant, pioiaresquo hiimof
ions, nor like John (Vl'aTs.NvhThis
merely u flow* of words; but his Ian !
wi'?l?ii ilil "evor halts, is chosen
j ?itli the most perfect precision It m.I!
Of Matthew Arnold's Eng.
r?i' V see?.s now to lie the stand
: know el?Kano<'- Mr- <*??". "s ^ a ;
BOX.VET IIOARDX. ~
gusittcss (Tarrts.
I II. CKAKUI.E. J AH. UAIJ.K1.I~ it. CKASULK.
ntAXGI.K, DAUEIX A COM
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Produce & Commission Merchants,
?JVb.IB .Ho .tfmiwf 121 ifarkft SI.,
"Ptf WnEELlXO. W. VA.
A1IR. KOHERTSON, M. D. T. LDNfiTORD, A. M.
RORF.RTSOV A irXSFOIlD,
SURGEON DENTISTS,
No. 113 Market Ktre?t.
'lpcl? WHKKI.1XU, W. VA.
A. WXKEKTKlt,
DENTIST,
No. 63 Market Strool,
nirlf) ly XVHEEL1NO, XV. VA.
P. C. HILDRETH & BRO.
Main Street.
XVIIEELING, XV. V A.
WIIOLFSA LE 1 >EA LFRS IN N AIL ROl >,
Bar Iron. Nails.Sheet Iron, "Wirt*, Cast
Steel. "Window Glass. Printing Pai?er. Wmin
Ing Paper, Planter Paris, Tjtnil Piaster^ Ce
went, Unninml Lime,Comnlnii Flour<
8hanghnl Matches, Rait, Wnoilen Wan-, Ac.
Agents for IloweV Improved Counter and
Platform Sealed.
The hlphrxt rUnrkftprior jHtftf/or Ttan*, Vlnx
ttrtl, Ohijtrnff, fierap Jrtm. >Ir. " " Jy 1*6
K. W. PAXTON. JOHN DONI.ON. C. OGLKBAY.
'PAXTOX. DOXT.OX A- OOLKRAY,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
I'rodnee A- Commission Horolinnfix,
Nor. r.2 and & I Main St.,
? liovl WTIKKI.INO, XV. X*A.
I>?. K, ?. WIXCIIKIX,
DENTIST,
Ofllceand Residence, Ho Market St.,
WnEELIXC?, W. VA.
I lOIIX McXKM. A CO..
DEALERS ? IN
China, Glass & Queensware,
:r^ A M P R , <> I T.
? AN ir?
I.AJfl'- FIXTITMS.
novSi-ly N'o. -IP. Mnln Slreel.
C1IAM, II. It K H HY,
'S??.'1S .?? Ill Wnlrr St..
Mnmifnclurer and ;i>e:iler In
Manilla, Hemp, Cotton anil Jntc Roue,
Bed con Is. Llnw. Twines. Tnr. Pit Hi, (>nk
nm. Blocks. Flshhm Tncklc. fining
IIo<f?, lii'ltlns. ntul Pocking,
Jyffl Fire Brick. Tih-? < lay.
EDWARD linn. JAM KM NEI I.I..
REID & NEILL,
Mann fact n mis of
Soap & Oa,iidies
Xo. 1 Main Street.
DEALERS IN AT J. KINDS OF PLAIN
and Fancy Soaps. The highest market
pii<H? i?ai?l for urease and tallow. Onlerc soli
cited from the trade. Thankful for oast pnt
ronat/e. we solicit a contiiiuunee or the same.
ftl)2-'',in
J ? II X 11 R O XV N .
srrcF-ssoK to
WVKFK .t TITIOWN,
HID Main Street.!
WHEELING, XV. VA.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALT."SIZES AND
styles, India Ink.Oil and^XVater'Colors,
! tinlshcd in the Litest stvles.
| A largo cssortment of Gilt and R<wewon?l
Frames. Also a variety of Fancy and < 'heap
L a? *?.
Old Pictures copied to canls or life-size.
."?"Call and examine. aprVl
ISI?5. IS" e av V I v m , 1803.
WIXNIHP. WOODS A CO.,
Tmporters'aiul Dealers in
Cliina, Glass and Queensware,
STEAMBOAT AND HOUSE FURNISH
ING GOODS, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS,
OIL, ??<%, 4c., Ac.,
jVo. 8 jj/am Street, Wheeling, H' T'</.,
Opp. Street leading to Ti. A-.O. R. R. Passenger
Depot, niul next door to John Reld.
ALWAYS on HANI). A LARGE STOCK
oft Vimmoii, Stone and Yellow Wan*, and
Window Glass. apl'Mf
iionxr.vN'H
Inspection and Leaf Tobacco
WAREHOUSE.
Nos.oO, oi ami 0.1 Front, and 02,01 and 00
XV ater, beU Vine A Walnut Sts.,
CIXWXX'ATI, OHIO.
?^"Returns promptly maile.
^ rw r-w ? rrwrJ . CH AS. 1JO DM AN, PropY.
_T>. niEATTj Inspector. may31-0m
J. A LI.MAN. w. T. WAYMAN.
ALLMAN & WAYMAN,
Wholesale Dealers in
,13ootf=5 & Slioes,
.vo. 4S 31 AIX STREET,
Three doors utiove Quincy?side,
mny2 WllKKUXi. w. VA.
' JAMES S. WHEAT. 1TAXSIIIAI. VOKIIES.
WHEAT A FORRKS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ulieellnp, W. Ta.
! OIBee on Main street, two doors north of M.
I A M. Bank. myl-lni
COXXKLLY, FORI) A CO.,
Manufacturers c?f No. 1
Illuminating Carbon Oil,
AND
B E X Z O T, E ,
Also a very
, SUPERIOR LUBRICATING OIL,
Sucoeiatully in uso for f-ars. locomotive
1 _?|l,,ui5eB?BP*,,?l^sand other maciiJnery.
! Oftlre and Works, corner of 0th & Lind
I say strr.et-s hf.kmno.XV. x*a. fet>12
Butterfield's Overland Despatch,
FHOM
NEW yO?rK BOS Tax, 1'JIJLA DELPHI A,
CiriCAGO, AND NT. L.OTJJS.
To all Commercial and Mining Points in
[Coi^RA^p, Utah, Idaho and Montana
lerritorlfcs :md the State of XjeVada.
Through conti^vcts given at a
?*ed rate, inclndlng TCallroad aiwl Over
i land Trans)wirtat ion and all charges, on re
! wjjit of the property.
For further information apply to
BOOTH, RATTEMiE & CO.,
Genernl Steamliruit Agents,
t xr rrkT>Cl^i???er ^nn|W & Water street*,
i A8e,l,? No-11 -South Main
I street. St. l/>uls, Mo. apr2M-:im
SIXDRII^
OH !*arrel? lard on..
/CU SO Boxes stan-h.
100 kess hi. <-?r. soda.
' 23 kess rifle Powder.
I 50 ket? mining Powder. For sale h\*
JcSO . , XJST MORRISON A Co
W. R. CIIEIKE.
HO PRIME SELECTED, JUST
1 fJU arriving at
| iel'l . LIST, MORRISON A CO.
haws.
^0 I}%??** ?LIG?,R TOKD HAMS.
*''' , ' J ien-es plain Hams. Jmt received and
for sale by I'RYOR, MILLKIi A Co.
| ^usiness Cards.
T. II. LOCiWA (?.. ~
| WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
. WHEELING, W. VA.
MAuI: REMOVED to theik nkw
??U
' ki^? Hn.aS!r,x'lA:i,.tr!ulco' "?3't ,loor ?" lia
t W rS"1"1? s,r,-ot entrance, near
iffifcff('? u- Bepot. and wharf.
ijki os, Paints, Oiia
Medic-ints, Varnishes, Bki-stifm
I nn- > . Patent Mkdk ixks, Ac.
Oirered to the trade, in city nml <V?unlry. nt
towpricr.* and of the /*?*/ tmnlitu. '
calL^ J Pn,lnPt customers are invited to
'' \' ' ? - i ? . npl
McCabe, Kraft & Co.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
NO. 85 JIAIX STREET.
Wlioc-lliiK, W. Vji.
A I.Altdi: A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
I J'!1,11""- While t.?ul,
M<-<licliW oils, Krushcs,
" lii nilinls. Varnishes, IVrfmiicrles
Hy.- s.uav. Patent MeJIHm*.
, '.Iwnj vHn hnml. whirh nr.- ollinv. to i ]
trail.- tit low tluun-s.
j nviicctitolly Invito! to call.
i.a iciiti vs a- iirstivini.n.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
j And (Dealers in
PAIM?, Ollii, IIVL'-StPFJ-'S, ('UKMIC.VI.c Vc.
bestial Oujsf Patent Medhjmis'
I ERFFMERY and DRIVELS*!** '
Si* MIRl KS, ,Vo., Ac.,
a}5v* 7:2 3? V,IN STREET.
r.ll. BOOTH. j. r JKiTeV
\V. CS. ItATTEI.I.E. JOHN MT"I.HINT"
BOOTH. I1ATTEEEE A CO.,
[?Vl iccexior* to Out rod
. HEALERS IN
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Hon I Stores. Produce
I F,,F-SH ** *
Corner Monroe and Water Streets.
WHKE1.1NG, W*. VA.
>? COXXFf.TIOX WITH Till-' Hiiivr
-tiicii-isti Wl.tnf rem,!,!,,) It
n11'"'"nltllnir mat I'miili.t"
rtmi nml siornio- l,u>-ltirs*. m t t.K . at
itenintliS'iiSg't'o." l,ir"'?'
T
&faiulard Sralrs.
sam1!. orr. MOKfiAN I? OTT. W.V. II. HA I 1
SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO.,
Agents for
STANDARD SCALES,
j A ?JAPn?n to tvERv mi.wm of
!^.i.! |s^lvT| rt> " "
Counter Scales of every Variety,
PORTARLE ANI) DORMANT- SCAIJi>J
for STORES,
j If AY A Ml CATTT.*; SPA I. FN.
i TtfttrrJuiUsr nml TrumjurrtfitYhn fu-uTrs,
f??r fJrnln and Flonr Si?alefi for RntT
I roads?Sea !??* r?iir ( onl lVniei* and Miner*
I I'linn and
Plantation R<ii!os-1VkI Office
Scales?i:ank?-r and Jewel
ers Brains-Wel<5li
masters| Reams,
I in?r" ?/v!niit?,.nr** 1" even- pnWtr
| niar. t all and examine, or send for an lllus
I trated ?uid descriptive circulur.
i ?.i.?* i 7 have alt xterl hmrhu/x
i is not 11 ,!liul ulM,iii-xjimiiiaiJon
?.ii' V.V., i.1,r;^
as good a* fralrbauks'." A veati* with cast
Iron hearings, cannot iMdumhlv accurate
SAM'Ti OTT, SOX A* t oM Agonhs,
AVlirtle#jaio Dealers in
Hardware. Rnilillory IVatslunrc. Ac
i?. v. IIir.DUETll A into.,
W Main Stkrkt,
' WIIKKMXO, W. VA.
Howe's Standard Scales
Hay or t-ATrr-E. i-r.ATFoitjr,
tor and Orocerj- .SeaIt s.
HOWE'S ARMY SPA EES,
Adopte<l by the Government as the Stand
i T. . ?nl Seides.
. l-.very Scale warn?nte<l.
f..i - I'.C. Iin.DRETH A Bito.,
I .Icu> Agents for the Monutactui^r.
Witteg ami liquors.
HRXKY ItOSBKTIIAr. A. A. I.f7vLS. ,N
H. ROSENTHAL & CO.,
lui|)orteni A ?\Vliol?a|o lValors In
Brandies, Wines, Grins,
j AEPOIIOE. ItOITIt ItO.V. It YE,
; MONONGAIIKI.A WHISKY,
Cnlinvlta AY in ex. Ac., ' .
j Manufacturers of
Cider Vinegar. Domestic Wines &c.,
j jVo. 2'I Main Street,
j (In room formerly occupied by Pry or A Frost)
WJfKKLIS<3, IP. VA.
T' 7\XCOITRAOED DyTi IF. I.I BERAI. P YT
U'ronage n?*rf>toforeextended to this house
2S>??Y? Kecuwl one of tin- iarUcfetatul lwsl
( hxiited wnrehouw-s in the city, wlien* we will
. have excellent fn.-Uitl.-s for receiving and
shlppluK our ko(m1h. We havo tltu-.l up the
house in the lai. st and most approved man
i t5?JhiSTK^S.1!*1 sI-l,M'rior Vlnc?ar.
in I/ litvi ii '!? eveiytldiiK u^uallv kept
* iPo'.i?^, ^l&m hquor sioro i-onilnuullv <'u
' XY,7-ly Ut th? ,owest t
HENRY .SCUMUI^ACH. OEOHOE YKT.J.VU,
i H. SCHMULBACH & CO.,
XO. n Monro k'Kt.,'"VV heeij no,
Importers A Dealers in
Brandies, Wines, Gin,
Moiioncahi-ln, Uunrbon ami
It y E W II r ? JC V .
T7-KF.PCOXSTAXTL.VON HAND A Fi;r.I,
lfitlie"?fiL ^ 1,rnl"l'i "f everything
?Sr\VS manulacturc the liwt or
ciuiat vi vi:iaii.
, If-SOHMULBACHACO..
pffffuafe1''"f"""erl>' 's2T'
ct.ahk zAN-e.
H. F. MI I.I.KK.
K
V. r. ZA\E A- CO..
Tmjtortrrx dr iKoUvrt in Foretfjn A Dnmentir
WINES & LIQUORS,
Mannfactnrers *?f
ITRE FATAWIU WT*Ett,
Qulncy Rt-,U-t. Main A Jfark? SI.-..
WIIEELIOT, W, VA.
EEP COXSTANTI.V ON HAND lilt AN
dfes.Scoteh and Irish WhLski?-s, Jamaica
Rums and cordial, C'lioicffild Rye and Bonr
hon Wldnkl(?. ?wp27
- 4:HII.OREX'N fOACH IIS. "
1 USTRECEIVED?Anotlierlotof Sv* rough!
O Iron Wheel Coachts for children, by
J?^>H. GRANTS,
Je* Xo. ?i Monrde street
RACOK.
-I f\ C:A8K8 .SHOULDERS.
1U 10 Tierces Plain Hams.
10 Tit-rets Canvass#-*! Hams.
lft) pieces clear sides. J list received bv
LIST, MORRLSOX A CO.

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