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"toco CREAfI FOB TJIE HA I It.
Coco Cream for the Hair.
Coco Cream for the Hair.
Away with yonr Grey Hair.
Away with your Grey Hair.
No more rancid Pomades!!
No more rahckl Pomades!!
If you want something elegant.
If you adiuine delicious Perfume,
1/voa desire soft and silky Hair,
If you want your Hair preserved,
If you want your Hair to grow
If you want to prevent premature Baldness,
if you want to be rid of Dandruff,
Use the Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Cream.
ITse the Coco Cream.
Use, the Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Cream.
Price 35 cents a bottle.
For sale by
LAUGH LTNS & BUSHFIELD,
Ju24 Wheeling, W. Va.
EVERY ONE NHOH.D FNE
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RENEWER?That splendid preparation for
the Hair, which is fast becoming so popular,
and so much enquired for.
No one who has used it will ever give up
Its use.
It is a Vegetable Compound, and contains
no injurious properties whatever.
it will restore Gray Hair to its original color.
It will prevent the Hair from railing out.
It makes the Hair to grow on Bald Heads.
It cleanses the Scalp and makes the Hair
koft and lustrous and silken.
It Is a splendid Hair Drawing.
It is recommended and used by the Ilrst
medical authority in tlio country.
Be particular to ask for IIall'8 Vegetable
Sicilian Haw Rkkewkk, as there is a
worthless imitation iu the market.
For sale by all Druggists.
It. P. HALL ?fc CO., Proprietors,
Nu.shuu, J?. H.
T. H. LOGAN <fc CO. and LOGAN. LIST ?fc
CO., Wheeling, \V. Va., Wholesale Agents.
Jull-2m
COLUATE'M IIO.\i:Y SOAP.
Tills celebrated TOILET SOAP, In such uni
versal demand, is made from the Choicest ma
terials, is MILD and EMOLLIENT in its na
ture, FRAGRANTLY SCENTED, and ex
tremely BENEICIAL in its action upon the
kin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy
Goods Dealers. marl5-ly
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
SIR JAMES CLARK'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
This in valuable medicine is unfailing in the
cure of all those painful and dangerous dis
eases incident to the female constitution.
it moderates all excesses and removes all
obstructions, from whatever cause, aud a
speedy cure may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES,
It is peculiarly suited. It will. In a short,
time, bring on the moiithly period with regu-,
urity.
CAVTIONI
These Pills should not bo taken by females
hat are pregnant during the FI RSt THREE
MONTHS, as they are sure to bring on Mis
carriage, but at every other time, and in eve
ry other case, they are perfectly safe.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec
tions, Fains in the Hack and Llmhs. Heavi
ness Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation
of the Heart. Lowness of Spirits. Hysterics.
Kick Headache, Whites, and all the painful
diseases occasioned by a disordered system,
these Pills will effect a cure when all other I
means have failed.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each
package, which should l*? preserved.
Sold by all Druggists. Price One Dollar per
bottle.
Sole United States Agent,
JOB MOSKS,?7 (tortlandt St., N. Y.
N. B.?SI.00 and six postage stamps, enclosed
to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle
containing over fifty Pills, by return mail.
aug*4)
For Sent.
STORE ROOM NO. 113 MAIN STREET,
formerly occupied by M'Clellon A Knox.
Immediate' possession given. Enquire of
Ju2S-2w J. L. llOBBS, SOX A C'<
[By authority of the Legislature.]
Proposed Amendment to the
Constitution of the State of
West Virginia.
Resolved, by the legislature
of West Virginia. The following is pro
posed as an amendment to tin* Constitution of
this State, to he added at llie eml of the flist
section of the tliinl article thereof, to become
part of the said Constitution when ratified
acconllngto the provisions thereof, namely:
"No pereon who, since the first (lay of June,
1801, hos given or shall Rive voluntary aid or
a<?<lstancc to the rebellion against the United
States shall 1*? a citizen of tiiis State or be al
lowed to vote a* any election held therein,
unless he has volunteered Into the military
or nuvul service of the United States and has
iieen or shall i?e honorably discharged there
from."
Adopted, March 1,1865. Jn28
German Speaking Class.
rnilE UNLiERSfGXED, A (i HUMAN
.L Teacher 111 this city, finding It very ne
cessary to give those who have studied and
are studying the German gnmtmar, an op
portunity to improve also in speaking that
language, intends to organize a German!
Speaking Class; next September, for young
gentlemen and ladies, and, if It should be re
quired, to children also, but separately.
Those who wish to Join such a class, are
requested to see liltn at his residence in North
Wheeling, opposite Mr. Irwin, to make the
necessary arrangement.
Jyfl>-2w CnR. G. FREDERICK.
tire Proof Salamander Safes.
JONKP1I A. SICTCAliV,
5tt Main Street,
l.s Agent for tlic sale of
BUKK A BARNES'
SAFES,
POWDER PROOF LOCKS,
and
vai'i.t noons.
Safes Noa. 1,2, :i, 4,5,6,7, and 8, always on hand.
Steanilmat Safes,
Jeweler Safes, and
Banker Safes
Furnished to Older at
ju28-tf Manufacturer' Prices.
Lynn's Cnmberland Cement.
An unequalled article for all kinds of.
MASONRY
where water is to he resisted or great strength
required.
Foundation in Wet and Damp Places,
Linings for Gasometer Tanks,
CISTERNS,
Grouting for Warehouse, Cellar or Kitchen
Floor, and all purposes for which Cement is
used; making a complete protection against
FIRE, DAMPNESS AND VERMIN.
Supply always on hand and for sale by
JOSEPH A. METCALF,
Ju2ft-tf 66 Main street.
Washington Nurseries.
fTttlE UNDERSIGNED WOULD CALL
I the attention of Fanners and Grape
Growers in the vicinity of Wheeling, to a
large and varied assortment of Trult Trees
and Native Gmpe vines. Including a fine
stock of Delaware and Concord G rape. Also,
shade and ornamental trees In great variety.
All offered on reasonable terms.
Orders delivered at Wheeling free of charge.
J. B. WILSON.
jug-2m Washington, ra.
G. P. MAYER & SON
TITANUFACTUREH8 op the "waf
^?SfX?,Va2? fleu.twnute ExoeUtorji
expK?JT lor washing clothing i
H J iSIJ m'-5 n.! thno "ave ,rlKl 11 to lip o,?
liiJo in n-siuii* Soaps ever otlernl for sale
wn-. flense give It a irtal nnd see for vour
?elf. SIiUHifHdurwl and sold bv 5 ur
xv> xr . g." p" siayfir A SON,
,tree'' w,"*Hnfci W. \Y
*?vr\1\(J IIOOM.
'6*4. iA?^t,?t*^.ck lupins, de
J R. rhodes.
mnain.
20S?^rdou
JJD keie* bi. car. soda
SkX2S2.?i,S*i
ti u^nne^owder. i
50 SSwSj, ^w^'sEijah-Er), jdst
3 "ST, MORRISON 4 CO.
^Hwhant SaUortag.
1865. 1865.
SPRING & SUMMER
THOS. E BEANS,.....H. GUGGENHEIMER.
Nccond Stock Jul Received
? AT?
Stein Brothers!
FRENCH,
ENGLISH
and AMERICAN
CLOTHS, CASSMRES&VESHNQS,!
GENTLEMEN'S
/ f t
Furnishing Goods!
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
&o., &C.
THE STOCK FOB
SPRING& SUMMER,
Is all New; the Finest In Fabric, and most
Elegant In Style.
Wholesale Buyers,
Will find onr Stock or PIECE goods and
CLOTHING as large, varied and cheap, as any
similar house in the East.
Having determined to follow the price o.
Gold, in the sale of their goods, we thusoflter
great advantages In the price, to all buyers.
ST KIN BROTHERS,
may 1 l-di&w Corner Main and MonroeSts.
REMOVAL.
JOHN T. LAKTN & CO.,
HAVE removed TO
No. 25 MONROE STREET,
Next door toM. A 31. Bauk,
WE ARE JUST OPENING AN ENTIRE
new stock of goods for Men's Wear. W e
solicit on examination of our
NEW CASSIMERES, COATINGS,
SILK AND MARSEILLES
VESTINGS, LINEN
DUCK, {LINEN
DRILLS, Ac.
Al-so, i\ complete lufiortmeut of
WHITE SHIRTS,
whicli we warrant, in quality, fit and work
manship, equal to any in the country.
8HIRTS MADE t6 ORDER in any style
to suit customers. Our stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods
unsurpassed by any in the city.
Don't forget the n*ACEt
No. 25 Monroe Street,
First door above Main.
my23 JOHN T. LAKIN ? CO.
Good News from Sherman!
GOLD DECLlNIAfi RAPIDLY.
But the prices"of new spring
Clothing have dedned more rapidly at
I- H. & S. ROSENHEIM'S, ,
NO. 107 MAIN STREET,
Where an immense stock of Spring Cloth
ing has Just been received, embracing every
style of
Clothing and Gentlemen'* Furntab
flnjC Good*.
Call and examine, as we take pleasure in
showing goods. H. & S. rosenheim.
ntarU
I R @ HP
NATIONAL BANK
OK WHFKT.ING.
Designated Depositary TJ. B.
CAPITAL PAID IN, ?5200,000
CAITAL AUTHORIZED, 500,000
Money received on deposit, in
terest paid on Special Deposits. ' Collec
tions made, and proceeds promptly remitted.
Exchange bought and sold.
directors:
George K. Wheat, Jacob Hornbrook,
John K. Bo ts ford, Joseph Bell,
Jacob S. Rhodes, Chester D. Knox,
Geo- W. Franzhelra, * George Edwards,
John P. McDermot,
GEORGE K. WHEAT, President.
GEORGE ADA MS, Cashier. dAw
The People's Bank.
HTO No. 68 MAIN ST., WHEELING,
V/ W. > a. Money received on deposit. In
terest paid on special deposits.
Notes and trills discounted. Exchange
bought and sold. Collections at home or from
abroad promptly attended to.
, DIRECTORS.
John Reld, Hess,
J. T. Scott, John Vockler,
Sam'l J. Boyd, Richard Carter. _
JOSIAH IIPDEQRA^Ci^SP,Piriy9
"WOOD'S PRIZE MOWER.
WITH AI.L the LATE IMPROVE
jfaaintuto'tor SJpR^?oR1 miller a eo.
There is no Investment
Wtoleh Pan a Better Interest' or
Brings More Comfort, Health,
Happiness and Belter to
the Household
Than at
WHEELER & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINE.
REFERENCE Is made to hundreds of fam
ilies now using them In Wheeling and
vicinity. "
r ?? 4 ? p * J~
WH. BUMNEE & CO.,
No. OS Main Street, Wheeling, w. Ya.
Two doort above corner Monroe itreet.
SINGER'S
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINES
The best and only reliable machines for
TAILORING, BOOT AND SHOE MAKIftG,
HARNESS MAKING, CARRIAGE
TRIMMING,
And all Manufacturing Purposes.
Circulars and full information sent by mail
on application.
FREDEBIC J. MOUSE,
No. 00 Main Street, Wheeling-, W. Vn.
Two doors above corner Monroe street,
J?il
The Greatest Medicine of the Age!
KRAFT'S DIARMEA COMPOUND!
The only Safe and Certain Core for
DIARRHOEA. DYSENTERY, FLUX. SUM
MER COMPLAINT.
And all Diseases of the Stomach and IJmoelst in
cident to a Change qf Diet or Climate.
mHE PROPRIETORS OP THIS TRULY
1. Invaluable Medicine, now offer It to the
public with a full knowledge of its superior
nierlt over any remedy of like character ever
before introduced. Itnas been used with the
mostperfecCjsuccessJn thousands of case*.where
all other Jlemedieshavefailed. Cases of Chron
ic Diarrhoea of years standing, have been
cured by tlieuseof two bottles. This .remedy
has never fafted in a single instance, where the
disease has baffled the skill of even the most
skillful physicians.
Kraft's Diabiukka Compound has been
in use for a nuinberof years, and by its timely
aid has saved the lives of hundreds.
Tills medicine is a purely scientific prepara
tion, and Is prepared with the greatest Cau
tion and Care.
Every traveler should have a l>ottle of the
Diakkimka Compound.
Eveiy soldier will find it invaluable.
No Family should be without it.
Do not hesitate to try Kraft's Dr akrkcka
Compound, and prevent pain, suffering and
death.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIAL
Wheeling, April 25th, 1865.
Messrs. McCabe. Kraft A Co. Gentlemen:?
Having used Kraft's Diarrhoea Compound, for
Camp Diarrhoea, with which T have lieen
deeply afflicted for almost one month, off of Aer I
remedies tried having faffed, aijd finding it not
only ti present relief but a permanent cure, I!
take pleasure in. recommending it to the fa
vorable not Ice of all who may be alike afflicted
G. Martin,
Chaplain 15th W. Va. Infantry.
Moundsvi lt.e, Marshall Co.. W. Va.
Messrs. McCabe, Kraft ?fc Co., Gentlemen.
?Last summer, being in Nashville, Tenn., I
was attacked with a severe Diarrhoea. 1 tried
the remedies of several physicians, but with
out any effect. I was advised by my friends
to come home. I was completely broken
down and prostrated. Upon arriving at home*
I was advised to try Kraft's Diarrhoea Com
pound. One bottle of it completely cured the dis
ease and restored my health. I am glad tore
commend tills valQable medicine to all af
flicted with this terrible disease.
Yours truly, Andrew Edwards.
Messrs. McCabe, Kraft & CO., Gentlemen:
?Last summer I was attacked with a very
severe Diarrhoea, from -which? I: suffered for
some three weeks. I tried various remedies,
but was unable to check the disease. I at last
promised a bottle o^ "Kraft's Diarrhoea Com
pound." One bottle entirely curetl the disease,
and restored me to my usual health. I take
pleasure in recommending this valuable med
icine, as I have proved its virtues in my own
case, and seen it tried by others with the same
good remits. E. R. Addison,
Formerly Master Machinist B. & O. R? R..
'Wheeling, W. Va.
McCABE. KRAFT A CO., Wholesale Drug
gists, Wheeling, W. Va.; Sole Proprietors, to
whom all orders should pe addressed.
For sale In Bridgeport by WEST & MITCH
i ELL.
1 mayl3-flm 1
Notice to Tax Payers.
Office of Collector Internal Jtowue.)
Fir* District of West Virginia, j
EREBY GIVEN* TO THE
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN* TO THE
Tax Payetsof Marshall county, that the
Licenses and Incomes assessed for 1805. are
now due and payable at the following places
and times designated as follows:, where and
when payment most be made, or the law as
approved 30th June, 186J, and quoted below,
will be strictly enforced:
Sec. 28 * * And If any pexson shall neglect
to pay as aforesaid for more than tendnys.it
shall be the duty offhe collector or his depu
ty to issue to such person a notice to be left at
his dwelling or usual place of business, or be
sent by mall, demanding the payment of said
duties or taxes, stating the amount thereof,
with fee of twenty oenta lbr the issuing and
service of such notice, and with four cents for
each mile actually and necessarily traveled in
serving the same* And If such persons shall
not pay the duties or taxes, with the penalty
aforesaid, and the fee of twenty cents and
mileage as aforesaid, within ten days after the
service or the sending by mail of such notice,
it shall be the duty ofthe collector or his depu
ty, to collect the said duties or taxes, and fee
of twenty cents and mileage, with ten per cen
tum penalty as aforesaid."
I will be at Ben wood. July 23d, at Mounds
vllle 85th and 26th. at Glen Eastern 2?th, at
Cameron 28th and 29th, at Dallas, August 1st
* "*? kVJul
and 2d till 2 o'clock and HornbroolrtL July
28th and 27th ,, JAR C. OR^
julS-d<twtlaug2 collector 1st Plst. W.
50
BAGI8CChoice Rio Cbflee, lust received
by FRYOB, HA_Nt>LAN <* CO.
The Latest News
. "Y TlXraBU'll. -
The Health of the President.
Indian Council at Fort Gibson.
Arrest of General Torfoett.
Trial oFcaptTwertz.
MEXICAN AFFAIRS.
Destitution in Virginia.
Arrest of John H. Surratt
Suspension of Papers in N; Carolina.
late foreign news.
XJ M fO UM.DAXAT,0!V
gold CLOSED at 145 1-8
Johnson?Conn
r"-0"'""'"" "> Meld at ?ort ?il^
Hon?Uen. Emory ana Geu. Torbelt.
latThte l,e'S?heSt WUU"r ex,'llreic?"? of
obliged lo commit himself very- brlelW
^onvT? uMay-nnd S!o a
pAKh'X0^ afeS{S
toifehn %T01 m<>0"nS to-mi?rrt?vrj
hewfil. hylio -inojlns certain that
about the first of September to sot tin
SK?11 le*r. relations 'with the
u?!lu1 and to ?ivo now and posi
tive assurances of their kood comlurf
and loyalty. Some 30 tribes will be
th? n ithe 8*??*' congress, and
I of 75tm ll?on^?r WiU upwards
???%?5<??L
tl o time, aro the Creeks CK
So ts Seminoles, Cumnnches, of
PawnShawn?? and
Pa^ 8> al* of which are represents
' ren?K*? ?f ""disputed brav^ aSa
or lrafl,; ?SlJ1fJ9?0a.?h '"'Plicated" more
the south tUe lale rel*lllon of
gov?p,t -ho^FlSV'^hTh^
!ho7?X?;.
Of the I.?!id ore''sm" sll?n!:rHS'
ney; o?u Herron anY^^^f" H<lr
??SS?Ka?kfe'
appears that Torbett went to Wash
from hiscommand. at Winchester a id
d S,ll,flre,,'?rl nt ?'"?>noro ?n
cha^tg.S
anee. .The correspondent institutes n
?WXS.
Tlie Sioux Indian KcserviUiou In
XinncMofn.
(Sjicciia to Oie Herald.)
r^r'^OTO,N' AlW-1 --Incases where
* *-"IIinLlOIlK hnvik lmnn . .
preonipuons'h^ve feVroSS^f
tlon in \fi'n the;sioi>xIndian Reserva
tion in Minnesota, liy tlio nrccmntnr
proving title according to law, the latter
S5-?f" ""'do pay tlio appraised value'
' n,,o also the value of tlie In
lian improvements. In this connect ion
cideiri!vH,ner''0ntIy-"ris''M ",ul boon '?e
cnted bj the Commissioner ot'theGene
"t ^d, ?raco> ''"at when the preoiiip
Itwlln'i i allc8cs that there is no
..?i? Improvemonta on the land in
controversy, and tiling ntlldavit.s of the
hlIwhicli !t0i:Lat'd onil'? for 1,10 district
in which it lays, an examination shall
be orderod by tho Comniissioner at St
Peters and the. preciuptor iimMndian
agent notilicd of the proceeding, and if
the nrnnV0o/,| ''U 8uoooe<Iestablishing
tuoproof of Ins averment, i,0 wjj| K,, r
lowed to toko jroSfSKlt. land vuImii
'Fire in Boston.
Boston, Aug. 1.?A Are occurred last
night on the corner of Commercial and
Richmond Streets in tlio large granite
block known as/ the Cotton .Block. It
was mainly confined to tlitf' upper por
tion ofNos. 12tf, 123 and.130 Commercial
Street, which wore occupied by several
offices of commissionmerchants includ
ing Blancliard <fc Sherman. Shippers,
Thos. I>. Heathliold, Commission Mer
chant, Henry Hastings, Cutter, und Mr.
Goodwin, Currier ana 1 weather Dresser.
They were principally burned out but
their loss of property was not large.?
The lower stories, in which wero. loca
ted the Nautical.Manufactory o?<Mayor
Lincoln and Henry N. Story, Mnkniftec
lurer and Ship Builder, were badly
damaged by water.
Gen. Grant took Ids departure for
Portland this a. m.
?
Appointment of Examiner in Chief
In the Patent OIHce?Uniform Taxa
tion.
W.vsinxnTox, July 31.?The Times' \
Washin^on speridVftays; , \ i | |
Elisha Foote, of Saratoga, lias been,
appointed in place of J. J." Coombs as
one of the Board of Examiners in Chief
in the Patent Office.
Messrs. Gait and Hamilton, Repre
sentatives, have been in consultation
with the Secretary of Treasury within
the past few days, upon the subject of
taxes and internal .revenue, have gqnc
to New York, by advice of Mr. MeCul
lougli, to meet and confer with the
Committee on Uniform Taxation, cre
I ated by act of last Congress.
*-? ? , \ *t,
Dick Taylor Obtains Permission to see
JetC. I>n vis?His Application for a
Parole to Visit Europe, Refused.
, Washington, Aug. 1.?A special to
the World 'says it is understood that' the
rebel Gen. Dick Taylor, has obtained
permission for an interview with his
brother-in-law JeflT. Davis, and- left for
that purpose on Saturday for Fortress
Monroe. ? tuif. ! *
His application for a parole to visit
Europe, it is said, was refused him.
New- York, Augdlt l.?Thtf ? Paris;
correspondent of tiie 'Hertld says the
mission to France of M. Elloin, the pri-'
vate secretary of "the Emperor Maxi
milian, appears to have resulted irfob-j
talning very little.materlal from Napo
lebn llT. It is even asserted that lie'
had no other diplomatic mission than
the honorary one of delivering des
patches to the King of Belgium. M.
Elloin was to have left Liverpool in the
Scotia, accompanied by an eminent
counsellor of the States, -who gofes1 to
Mexico as Finance Minister. ?
Sbw York, Aug. 1.?Gold opened at
1144K, fell to 144, andclosed at 1 44
The Government Printing Office?The
Number of Patients in the Hospitals
?Destitution in TirfflniiwThe Crops
?Preachers, Editors and Politicians
the Only Ones Adhering to the Idea
of Southern Independence.
.Washington, August 1.?In the
course of the present month the new
additions to the government printing
offtoe will be completed. Fifteen new
steam power presses are added to the
already large establishment, owing to
the extraordinary demand for printing
by the war and treasury departments.
Some of the work ordered early last De
cember by Congress remains unexe
cuted. The increased facilities now en
sures more promptness in the future,
A number of persons from the South
who have been here several weeks
waiting to see the President, have left
the city without thus being gratified.
There aro not more than two hundred
fmtients in the various government
lospitals in this city and neighbor
hood. Nearly all of these are now va
cated, and the patients concentrated at
Armory Square, Douglas and Stanton
Hospitals.
A gentleman wljo has just returned
from, a tour through the counties of
Stafford,' Spottsyivaiila arid JOrafige,
Virginia, reports that ho found the in
haoitants "generally in a very destitute
condition, with no money 'and very
little of anything, aside from the pre
sent crops.
The corn crop, though not very ex
tensive, will be unusually large in
yiold. It is thought that more corn
will be raised in proportion to the num
ber of acres planted than was ever be
fore produced in that section of the
State. - The common people aro bettor
satis lied with the termiuution of the
war, and the rebel soldiers who have
been long in the lield, appear to be the?
best satisfied with the state of affairs.
The preachers, editors and politicians
of the old State rights school aro the
only ones who still adhere to the idea
of Southern* independence.
In many instances ex-rebel lieuten
ants, captains, majors, and colonels are
engaged iji tilling the soil, who, before
the war, would nave considered such
an occupatian degrading.
Dick Taylor aent Home?Clov. Well*
not Appointed Provisional Governor
of IjOuiMlaua?1Trial or the Ander
Monvllle Prison 1'eu Keeper?Mexi
can Affnlrn?Sapta Anna's Prouuii*
ciainento?Oen. JLee still In Virginia
?Card from Oen. lleintxleman.
Special to the JV. I". Commercial.
WASiirNOTpN, August 1.?It is stated
that Ghh, Howard will interfere in the
claims of freedmen for pay from their
lute.masters, since the date'of the proc
lamation of freedom.
Dick Taylor has not gone to Fortress
Monroe.to see Davis. He wanted to go
to Europe, but the President sent him
i back home to endeavor, by his in
I fluence, to restore the people to loyalty.
1 The statement that Gov. Wells lius
been made provisional governor of
Louisiana, is not true. Application has
been made for a provisional governor,
but ho action has yet been taken.
The trial of Wertz, the Andersonville
prison pen keeper, will commence when j
Col. Clinpinnn, Judge Advocate of the
Court, returns to the city.
News from the Rio Grande is looked j
upon with considerable interest, andj
great anxiety. i$ .manifested to learn j
whether Gen. .Steele will succeed in I
preventing the serious committal of a 1
portion of our forces on the river,,with
the Mexicans. Affairs are in a very!
delicate position jusL now, and our|
Generals along the line will have to be
very.careful.
Santa Anna's proiiuneiamento is
looked upon as entitled to but little
weight.
" Gen. Lee is not at Niagara Falls, but!
in Virginia. j
Gen. Heintzleman publishes a card j
this morning, denying the statement j
made in a book just published, that he
had a misunderstanding with Gen.
Keyes at the battle of Fair Oaks.
rrocccdliipt of a .VcetliiK or tliel
Friend** of JelH Davis.
New York, Aug. 1.?The Post con
tain* a report ot tlio proceedings of
a privato meeting of the friends of
.Toff. Davis, held In this city yesterday,
to devise means for the fair and full de-1
fenso of Jeff. Davis and his associates,
so that whatever happens justice may
be done. The meeting was held at the
room of Mr. Charles Butteriield, who
was present. At the suggestion of Mr.
Potter Y. putter, a cominitte was ap
pointed to raise funds for the object
stated, to consult with Clias. O'Connor,
Esq., counsel, aud to adopt other ne
cessary measures.
Tho following gentlenieYi were named
as the committee: Mayor Guntlier,
Charles'- Butterfield, Theodore Martin,
K. Douglas and Clancey. The Mayor
was absent but he sent his regrets and
assurance of hearty co-operation.?
Surrogate Tucker, Mr, Bnuna, and
Mr. Livingston of Mobilb are among
those present;- Messrs. Cutter, Tucker,
aud Livingston were the principal speak
ere. iTliey-regarded the failure of tho
rebellion *as but temporary, the spirit
that originated it still lived, and by the
assistance of their friends at the North,
it can l>e successful in another day.?
Mr. Livingston said that Alabama
would l>e represented in Congress by
-none who were not soul and body in
favor of the Southern Confederacy, that
Airs. Surrult's execution had excited the
indignation of The world, and that the
| government dare not trust Mr. Davis
[to a trial. Mr. Livingston said, any
person who would regard the course of
tho south as treasonable, would be look
ed upon as a madman or a fool.
Suspension of the Union Banner, at
NnllNbury, N. C.
Newtiern, July 29.?Mitf.-Gen. Uu
ger, commanding tho Department of
North Carolina, has su?pen<lcd tho pub
I lication of the Daily Union Banner,
| published at Salisbury, in this State,
for the promulgation ot disloyal senti
ments.
There are several other papers which
have recently appeared in different
parts of the State, of the same stamp,
which will be suppressed by Gen. ttu
ger, as they are publishing disloyal
sentiments of the most dangerous char
acter. The Fayetteville Daily News i.s
one of the number. It says the people
of the State will stultify and degrade
themselves by adopting the constitu
tional amendment abolishing slavery,
and that the new State Convention
must leave slavery where they found it
?as it existed before the war. Many
of the southern tier of counties in this
State have instructed t^eir delegates to
take this position, and insist to the last
on the adoption of the same by that
-body.
The. tyealth of Newbern was nevei
better, and such appears to be tile Case
throughout the State.
Cloning: of the Military Hetioolat iMxil
mielpliln.
PniLADBLpniA, Aug. 1.?The U. S.
i Military School in this city, has been
closed. In consequence of the cessation
of the war. The School has furnished
five hundred officers for colored troops
free of expense to the Government, un
der the superintendence of Col. John H.
Taggart. _ _
! edfobd, Pa., Aug. 1.?Jacob Crouse,
late deputy provost marshal, w*s shot
dead on the street to-day by J. P. Heed,
a lately VetUrned Canada refugee. His
brother, M..fteed, who has been in the
rebel. army, was also engaged in the
affray. He has been arrested and sent
to Jail. Greabexcitement prevails.
Foreign New*.
Halifax, Aug. li?The steamship
Asia, which left Liverpool at 9 o'clock
on the morning of the 22d, and Queens
town the next day, has arrived.
The shore end of the Atlantic cable
was landed and the connection made
with the land instruments on the 22d,
in the presence of n large concourse of
people. Enthusiastic speeches were
made ~by Sir Robert Peel and others,
i Three cheers were given for the Queen
i and President Johnson.
A reform dinner took place at Cologne
recently, but the meeting was dis
persed by the military on account of
the speeches made. * j
The Herald announces that friendly
delations between the British and Bra
zilian Governments will be re-estab
lished at an early day.
It is understood that the Government
of Brazil has accepted the proposition
made by the British Cabinet.
Liverpool y July 22.?The report of the
cotton market lor the week was sent
out by the Hibernian.
Manchester market quiet, but prices
firm.
Richardson, Speuce ?fc Co., and Wake
field, Nosh ?fc Co., report llour quiet
and steady. Wheat tends downward,!
and prices are 2 a 3d lower.
London, July22.?Consols for monev
89;^a0, U?S. 5-20's Tllinofs
Central stock HO, Erio shares f>2}[email protected]:i. |
Austria.?An Imperial decree had i
been issued relieving Count Pal fry of j
the governorship of Hungary.
It was asserted at Vienna that all
Polish and Hungarian political prison-1
ers will l>e amnested. |
Spain.?It is rumored1'in ministerial
circles in Madrid that the Spanish rep
resentative ii^ Chili will be dismissed on
account of the,late negotiations he con-1
ducted. ;
Titrkev.?Advices from Constantino-]
pie state that half of the town of Cas
sadia had been destroyed by fire. Man v
lives were lost. The damage was esti
mated at 20,000,000 piasters.
The cholera had almost entirely dis
appeared from Alexandria" it is also tie
creasing at Constantinople.
Horrible Murtlor?A Mother auilller
Daughter Killed. ;|
Hartford, Conx., Aug. 1.?A horri
ble murder was discovered to-day at
daylight, at the village of Oaklund, in |
the town of Manchester, nine miles)
east of this city. Mrs. Jane Stark
weather and her daugtlier Ella, aged
14, were chopped to death in bed witli1
an axe. The oodles presented a horrid !
sight. They were also stabbed in many j
places with a butcher knife, which j
with the axe, has been found.
The son of Mrs. Starkweather, about
24 years of age, is l>eing examined to-|
day, and it looks as if he committed tli^
deed for a sum of not more than $40<m
which was found in his drawer with i
the knife. He first gave the alarm. I
The daughter still breathed when first- \
discovered, but died in a few minutes
afterwards.
Robbery at Capo Slay.
Philadelphia, August 1.?The Bul-j
letin says:
We learn that yesterday at the bath-1
ing hour ut Capo. May, several heavy |
robberies were .perpetrated and the
thieves escaped. It is said a boarder I
at Congress Hall lost ?3,000 in money. I
Col. Fenriig, proprietor of the Cottage |
by the Sea, was robbed of $1,000 in cash, j
Another gentlemen was robbed of|
$1,700. Tho perpetrators of these rob
beries cut tho telegraph wires and made j
l their escape from the Island.
Arrest or Joliii if. Surratt. ]
! IlAimisnijito, August 1.?A man sup
posed "to be John II. Surratfc, one of]
I the conspirators implicated in the as
sassi nation of President Ijincoln, nM
I rived here in manacles, under A proper i
guard, in the morning train from Pitts
burgli, and left for Washington in the
Northern Central train at noon to-day.!
He was arrested somewhere in Texas, i
New Yoke, Aug. I.?The Commer
cial's special says : The much talked
of North Carolina pardons recommend- j
ed by Gov. Holden and Attorney Gen
eral Speed, have not been granted l?y1
the President, who still holds them un-|
dor advisement. It is almost certain
that the list will be reduced.
Gen. Ilalleck sailed to-da^ for Cali
fornia.
The Hold Market.
New York, August 1.-?Gold dull and
I weak, bulls being embarrassed by the
I condition of the money market.
The quotations opened at 144, went
| up to 144% and down again to 144M.
1 PiUIjAdEuriiiA, Aug. 1.?The New
York papers incorrectly printed the
name of the Postmaster ut Philadelphia
recently re-appointed, it should be C.
I A. Waluorne, instead of Mr. Washburn.
New Haven. Aug. 1.?A fire broke
out here last night resulting in the de
struction of Doolittle's block in Orange
street, Loss $15,000, of which about
half is insured.
Fouthess Monkoe, July 30.?The
steamship Ulaekstone, Captain Collin,
from New Orleans on the lUth, was
towed into Hampton Koads last night.
They report a perilous passage.
New York Market.
A Nkw York, August 1. !
Cotton?Firm and in fair demand; j
48c for middling.
Fi.Ouh?Dull, heavy and [email protected]|
lower-on common grades; - $0,60feO,'70j
for '"Rxtra State and 9S,l;j(c$8,35 for trade j
brands; market closing heavy.
Whisky?Firmer; western $2,19?;
2,20.
Wheat?Dull) unsettled and nomi
nally 5(3) 10c lower; $1,37 for Milwaukee j
Club; $1,40 for prime Katrine Spring; j
$1,45 for Amber Milwaukee to arrive, <
an outside price; und $l,87(al,90 for
Amber Michigan. ? I
Kyk?Dull; Western 97c.
Baulky and Hahley Malt?Dull
and nominal.
Corn?Scarce and without decided
change; [email protected] for unsound and 90(3/
91c for sound mixed western, the latter
price for high mixed nearly yellow.
Oats?Dull and lower; 6(Jo for State
and (Sic for Western.
Kick?Dull.
Sugar?Moderately active; Cuba
Muscovado 10%(&13; Porto Rico 14(0,15.
Coffee?Steady.
MO LASSES?D U11.
Hops?Steady and in good demand
at [email protected]
Petroleum?Quiet; 82% for crude; 49
<3??r?2K for re lined in bond, and 6tt&71%
for refined free.
Pork?Dull and lower; $34,00(a,34,
87 lA for new mess, closing at $34,50
cash; $29,00(0,30,00 for 1803-4 do.; $25,00
j ($25,25 for prime, and $27,00(5.27,50 for
I prime mess. Also, 4,250 bbls. new mess,
for August, seller's option, at $32,50(tj>
134,00. Total stock, old and new, August
1st, 1865, 85,020 bbls.; same date last
1 month, 100,971 bbls,r same date last
; year, 183,702 bbls.
Beef?Quiet; $8,5p<a 12,50 for plain
; mess and $11,00^14,50 for extra mess.
[ Total stock, old and new, August 1st,
i 1805, 02,550 packages; satne date last
J month, 71,154 packages, and same date
j last year, 38,071 packages.
\ Beef Hams?Scarce and Arm.
Cut Meats?Firm; [email protected] for shoul
ders ami for hams.
| Bacox?Dull.
I-.ARD?Firm at [email protected]?c.
; Butter?Firm; 23(&2hc for Ohio and
12S(a35c for State. ' ?
Cheisb?Dull at [email protected]
Ke? Tork Money Market.
New York, Anguabh.
.J??XEYi-Fir'" ?' 7 per cent, for call
er^S.^T^0"-?0" ""a l0W"
K?am^ltlltat>1,iT0r: 0p?nins !,t
ioSS*PK.: ??*is-Hoavy and
Pi?*bn?h?iflnJ
??r W' AVM >-??U Sight
New York Cattle Market.
Kew York, August 1.
i Thonrnvals of beef cattle this week
l?g,vo boon unusually heavy for tho
gWaS52Al?S
^ wtfkSiS KnuivK i^c
as -Mr^eai^^n
w th ereat dllllcultv that tho su' k &'?'?
Mrffc, Hf,la?^2Srh0f ^
eral'y di!!1 nSiM<1 Cl,?lw qonllt^jlbtll
e rally did not-average over lofaihiii .
..bout 183&. it.por(K ^r,.,^r?.m tl,V;;
large sdppliee win bo lure for ,!.Vv,
weeks market. and should ti>i?. ??
true then, will C ?^sUlTft.rther O^n.V
smmrnsP
common to good T^&^r, and Y.fe
Thui prices of slieep at one timadn
ft? wwk fSvaSSlto
Ind\bft!n^Fb,,t{L1iix;;dri^
produced a heavy feeling and thW i','U *'
?"r '-vTouus
!?|ow^ *#?? as *?
w^,,-iyhr?nS?tr?!r1:,,iy ss
PrTound"8""1 ,OWBr- 4?m?
gl&ia
SSLUSSS* JWBSWJR
lxSv?"i^iJ.>^.rort,!? wwk 0,1.12
Wlw'lwSf1 ""^"bl.iTbs? ami
i CS '^ r1?11 1" '????<* of
i,uu.j oee> es, o45 veal calves and l or.
slieop and lambs, and a.Sr"?i;
cows and calves and 2W swine.
(gdufatioiiiil.
Wheeling Female College,
W1IEU.HU, W.TH.
mmm
rotiKliiv r,? ??f?/Li J now Ih'Ijik tho
UiiVumiintlt. u,Kl ^wly rumlX"
exV?t n!!d!,,S!}!i'iSf "*?ni.nw.,nBntMn the
of Start In SrjKMffBSMf fe?r
Its n?&V or"\istra^t?on*1ttie^iM*?uP**ifellt"'e "'
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a?asa:sa5S52jlSiss
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cater tho colleelfitfe.*? "" Uj" y*>u?K <?>
l-m^tan"'!',!,1;''',^nI '? <"o,?l?rto,l
EXPANSES 1?BR QUARTER
TIOX?Vlrvf *? . .
?raw
KxV^rlaienia|'^V?!rt*'^ex!nirV^I,'i H'f01
S?' $ flUS'1"* in oit" JUh Pa^s lj."^
S'enM^&K.fe- !'S <J? on
Julys*mi! c" Hr^.,%,.
rS^tf1!? ?*>*?
^rolao noant of i)ireetow. jy^"
W. VaTBusiness Colleffe,
located at JfornbrooFs JiuiUiinn \'u ligi/
. Main Mret1K WKmSg^^f^ 118 ^
P!?SKY ro>?I>l'CTKJ>IJY I.JLUITTC1T.
\V Prvnp'JinW under Hie maiuiconifiii of
sgggEfc
'ffiSSferiSSBSBSS
SSS^RgSbS
sssss
ed to vouiii? liifll^ ami awpoeOiler
3?Kt?ta?W, a0^1;
?|v'4*'"' w. i'rvor.
NSSBITT & BBO.,
Wo. 10 Jfaln street. Centre Wheeling
West Vn.
Manutaetureis ofi Drolen. In nil kjuj, of
Tin & Sheet Iron Ware,
Stoves Braw, copper and Knahile.1 Kettles,
Krult CatM, Table Cotlety, Brluanla
Ware, Oirhon ou,
All good,toid tjra?aw,w?mat^i Ja22
_ nonjfan>8 : ?
; Inspection and Leaf Tobacco
WAREHOUSE.
N0S.5B CIJ>n<l GJFroat, and (G,Glandua
ater, bet. Vine A Waliihl Sts.,
rtsnw.vn. onto.
*s~Returnn promptly made.
? nTViW T CIIA-S. BODMAN, Prop'r.
I>. ti 1KATT, Inspector. inay31-<^ii
H. CRAXOLK. JA3. DA UKLL. H. CRAXGLE.
CBA.VGLE, DALZELL A CO-,
WHOLESALE GHOCERS,
Produce & Commission Merchants,
JFo. as <t-40 Monroe & 12r irarkeCSL,
?P'2 wrfKKi.rxG. w. v'a.

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