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The article " BlIndToro/'repub .yesterday from the Atlantic! oet or that magazine, ana, itot^tta^BSt July QtunUr SB some might suppose from the omteuton of the year tinder the caption. We reproduced It as a mat tar of local, interest at this time tp the hundreds of our readers who have re cently heard, seen and wondered at the marvellous musical prodigy who la so graphically written of in the article. As we stated, it was penned by a lady" at that time a resident or the city. The theory so elaborately advanced in the article called forth some able reviews at the time of ita appearance?one of them said to have been the production of a musical lady also a resldent-here. No urn.? surprise and talk is oc casioned by the return of incomes from the country districts?not only here abouts?bot elsewhere. There Is a la mentable smallness in the agricultural returns, not necessarily, but conven iently, so, as Is generally suspected. Farmers worth fortyand fifty thousand dollars?owners of flocks or sheep?a hundred head each of cattle and swine ?having well filled barns?huge hay ricks in the meadows?wheat in the mills and money, stocks, bonds and mortgages In the banks, return an in come of ten, twenty and perhaps thirty dollars. How Is this? Bo all that farmer* make go Into repairs T Whence come the amounts then that add farm after fiirm t It is absolutely refreshing to see one good healthy return from the country in all the list. Certainly there is something wrong somewhere. "We nre all interested in this tax business. The loss that A pays, the more B must pay, for the government must lay on the many or few, deeper and deeper, until it gets what will pay expenses. We suspect that much or the fault lies in the assessors themselves. They are too polite by half we suppose. They are not inquisitive like our city and town officials, who insist on know ing everything andmore, about a man's business. We suggest that it would be a good Idea to rotate the city and coun try assessors just as they do the preach ers in the Methodist Church. Tub foreign news this morning shows that the cholera is not abating It also shows that the Kusslan cattlo Plague disease is making sad havoc in England. If it will help "any of our readers to an understanding of tho nn ture of this disease to know that It is called in Latin pneumonia peeorum ep xzootica typhosa, thoy are quite wel come to the information. Tho German name of Rindrrpert is commonly used to designate it. It Is said to have visit ed fcui-opo wo vend times before. Eng land lost 150,000 head of cattle by It ?"'ln?">etwelve years subsequont to 1745. One writer computes the loss In Europe by it at that period at 8,000,000 head. In thetlme of Charlemagne and even as far back as Theodoslus, it Is known to have desolated theoontinent. The cattle die of it in a few boors. But there are the moat discordant: opinions respecting the origin of it nt this time In England and respecting the best remedy. Some think it was Imported, while others are confident it original ted In England. Soma think the in fected cattle should all be lulled, while others think It stifflelent to Isolate them. Of course some of them are killed and hurried to market. The symptoms are unmistakable. First comes a distress ing cough, and then an eruption ap pears on all parts of tho body. .Olio physician writes that his children wero made very sick by drinking some of the milk of a cow which was slightly diseased. The disease has already ap peared In nine or top counties or Ene land and also in Scotland. It is Indeed agreatnatlonal calamity. Itls worthy or consideration whether any measure are neocssary or can be taken to r.? vent It from reaching our shores If there ia any yard ami higher than another on the Pnclflc, we hope that William Waddell, the captain of the Shenandoah, -will be Strang up on it with the shortest possible shrill. Ho is a thorough scoundrel, the meanest and moat detectable of ail the freebooters, whofn the south sent forth. In the first place, the destruction of fishing vessels is a business that a man of spirit and decency -would not be swift to engage in, if he had authority to destroy them. In the next place tho wretch knew, be fore he burned the ships, of whoso des truction wo have just heard, that the rebellion had collapsed. Our captains showed him news papers, containing the .nowB of! Lee's surrender. Yet he went on with his oruel work. He may well have de stroyed nearly the whole fleet by this time, for tho vessels are all unarmed. An Englishmen, it is said, is with him, buying up such of tho captured vessels *s he wishes. However that may b?( England may have little cause to re joice over this destruction. But Wad dell, at any rate, has forfeited all right to be treated .with any fkvor. He. is punkin? Ma nefarious work,' when he knows, as certainly aa though /he had an assurance from Jeff. Davis, that he has no sort of authority for burning another vesael. He Is a pirate and de serves the fate of a pirate. W? have a copy" of the AUa <Mi/or aioM dated August ad. It gives the proceedings attending the reoeptlop of Hon- Schuyler Colfax, late speaker of the House of Representatives, and his 80** pfthe KngllshwriUra are again setting forth the merits of the Iceland and Greenland route for an Atlantic The longest stretch on' that tins l*nd to land ia 800 miles. ,a _iowever,i% the paper on* which the Gazetteer was., piinted, that the letters ?till stand ou?on the pages very clear -*ad-lHgIbT<<.?TJrer* ore very ffew "or the nMoiptpera printed now-a-days that W stand the wear and tear of ttoe halfaowell, - In the issue of January 10th, 1766, we find th? charge of Judge AlexayWy jAttfison,'president of the Court oWtomiqpavEleas;'." delivered to the several grands urie*'of the counties of Allegheny, Westahoreland, Fayette and Washington," in the State of Penn sylvania. Those Were the days of the " whisky Insurrection," and the charge was mainly devoted to the scenes, incidents and, mischiefs growing out of that fapious bnt now-a-days diminutive rebellion. It was a great affair then, however, and thought to be altogether worthy not only of the grave charge of Judge Ad dison, but of the solicitous anxiety and interference of the great and good Washington, who was then President of the new republic. After rehearsing to them the wise and conciliatory meas ures adopted by the government to sup press the insurrection?especially the tender of amnesty by Washington?the Judge warns them that firmnoss and force will follow, and was then follow ing, up the offer of grace. It is inter esting to note the analogy between those days, small as was the theatre of action, and the days of our outbreaking rebellion. Tho judge speaks of the re luctance of cltizcn soldiers to answer i* will against any portion of thf'ir coun try-, but he also points to the fiict that the necessity being once mode clear, and the call at lost being made, citzens did rally, ns thoy over will, to the side of law and order and just authority. Tho language of the Judge in this con nection is so applicable, as well as so prophetic, that we copy It as a matter almost of close connection with our recent great rebellion: "The merchant abandoned Els ware house, the lawyer his office, the me chanic his shop, the gentleman his pleasures, and every man the gains and enjoyments of domestie life; to en dure hardships, which they never hud experienced before, and hazard their lives in defence of the Inws. At the call "your country is in danger," the rich and the poor man met together, forgetting all distinctions of nation and oircumstanoes, and blended in one common class of patriots. Even the pa cifilc Quaker whose principles restrain him from shedding blood, now assum ed the garb and weapons of war, and marched in arms to maintain the peace and government of his country. In this wo. receive a ,lesson of the power of government, and are taught, that, howovcr, riot and anarchy may triumph for a while, there is an energy and strength in government to crush them, that reason and the laws are the only true protection of free cittaenav. that. violence only brings ruin on its authors; that in times of sedition, it is the true interest of all, to bo not lukewarm and indifferent, but firm and persevering on the side of pub lic ftjnthority; and that tliofuuurul friends of law and order, however bprilo down for a time, will, in the end be protected,and i^se abovo oppression." There tfrero people even In the days of the whisky insurrection who thought vi olence and force could not be safely used to "coerce rebels?and some there were who considered it doubtful whether tho I Western Pennsylvanians would ever llvevwillingly again under the Federal Government. It was a matter of doubt, it seems, whether they would not seek now Issues and new occasions for ro ijolllo^. But we see how all such ap prehensions turned out. And what was true of rebellion and rebellious spirits In those days, will bo true of our more extensive troubles. They resemble each other in the fact that both wore causo less and unnecessary, and the calm, so ber, second thought of tho country in 1795, including those engaged in tho in surrection, so concluded, just as In a few years, wo bopeand "believe, the vic tims of tho late rebellion will so con clude In respect to its origin. A Good Showing:, r The following persons. and firms in Mr. Robert Pratt's district?third sub division of the first district of West Virginia?paid over one hundred dol lars tax in July for tlio business of that j month alone: ; Aeheson.B A Co SCO 98 Addison ERJiCo 138 99 Adams A M A Co 478 58 Belmont IW*82,977 44 Bailey W A Co 2^88 90 BenorftH 23882 Brail ley A E 085 82 Boeley Peter W 1U7 95 Beck A R 802 50 Cashing Daniel 114 21 ConnellyFACo 1,29140 Dieters CHACo 370 00 Dewey V A Co 65154 Drakely A Co 1,016 40 Ebellng A C F 20200 Euston A Story 178 00 Hanke Charles 24600 Hall John H 12006 | HobUiBACo 02100 UamiltonJJkCo 13114 Johnson G WAS 12516 LaughlinWrn 29000 LokinJohnT 22710 Leech Mrs MC 662 6* Lancaster Jus A 107 88 Marsh Mifflin 69100 Mendel j J AG 133 66 OsterllpK n A Col2S 66 Robinson Bros. 206 58 Reed A Neil 232 21 Reed John A Co 259 00 Snider F A Bro 15800 Saw tell WTO A Bl?2 00 Sweeney BACol.O17 96 stein Brothers 253 20 SchulUAT- 26185 Sweeney A Co 23154 Smith Geo W 62! 00 Vaas Hemy 124 00 Winder W Agt 475 00 Wheat A Sons 180 48 WhceUngGasCo,12120 ZhmnerPAT 110 00 Cntctinlnr Charley Rnucll. (Extract.) Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 28, JS05. Bditon IiUcUigrncxr : I don't know that It will afford any comfort or consolation to1 you, but I must in truth say that yonr editorials are vary agreeable and Interesting to me. III were to particularize I should say that the one in which you paidyour respects to Charley Russell fit in every corner. To. mo. as anold citizen of West "Virginia, his pardon is humilia ting. As yon say, "the door should now be open to all others," and let them come In unshaven and unshorn: ' I really cannot express my feelings upon the avttfecu T6 say the least, it is an outrage upon the sentiment and feel ings of the people of West Virginia. If, as stated, he was pardoned through the influence of the Baltlidore and Ohio railroad, their conduct Is singular enough. Russell was sent to Harper's Ferry, while acting as attorney for that whlcf^heThimseiE'a^lf^iave had it from men who heard him with their own eara, urged forward the work of destruction. ? ? ? ? > Yours, A "WSST ViBQIKIAN. iy Times at , the guerrilla aW as "Mu jrall"-Jaok the lower encFoftlfi ^between two day not show him self In Parkersburg. Mr. Newton, editor of the Kanawha Jl ?> Jll ? neptmacan ia quite ill. ^Th^UlM?^U9,T near ItuaafeU's Mills,'In this county, has, i we nndeirslana, sold .lila entire h crop?about 500 busholB?at two g irom sucn a yield. The same paper atmdfincca Selman WellS as s candidate for the House- .of Delegates from that county. Th^ "VirginiaFreePress" Aas been resuscitated at Charles town,. Jefferson county, under the proprietorship of the Messrs Gallagher;who formerly conduc ted it. It makes its appearance In new type, and is a neat, well filled paper. Its political position is thus defined: Lest there be any cavil on that point, we deem it proper to say that we shall support the Administration so far and so long as its policy seems liberal and just to all parts of the Union. Thus for the President has taken the ground in giving the people of volted States >their status before the re volt, and in leaving to them the regula tion of suffirageana all questions affect ing their local rights. Those who ex pect Mr. Johnson to flinch from" this position will find they have mistaken theirman. Dean Richmond, who runs tho Now York Central railroad and the New York domooratio party, is n great swearer. He cut down tho wages of his railroad employees lately, und an indignant committee of them tele graphed to him that they would not vote the democratic ticket If their pay was not kept up to the old standard. Sean's reply was : " Tho democratic party has gono to hell aud you may go thoro too." National refinement Is indicated, to no small extent, by a delicate appreci ation of the comparative merits of per fumes; and It is a propf of the critical taste of the American public in toilet luxuries, that they have adopted as the standard article of its class, Fhnlon's "Night-BloomingCoreus." Soldevery where. It DIED. On the 28tli Inst., James H. Pat.zkt.t., aged 11 years and 10 months. The funeral will take place from the resi dence of his fiither, corner Monroe and Fifth streets, this morning at 9 o'clock, and proceed to the Bridgeport depot. Friends of the fam ily are respectfully requested to attend. On Sunday, August 27th, FAxxra W. daugh ter of William and Nancy Rutherford, aged 24 years." Friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her parents, on Wheeling Island, this afternoon at three o'clock. Correspondents Wllili PLEASE ADDRESS ME AFTER August- 20 at Weston, September 2-at West union, I : ** ? 6 *' Parkersburg, " M S S5S28SSet " 80 M Wheeling; _?o , >v. R: WHITE, ang2ft-lw 8tate Sup, of Free School*. Steam. Engine for Sale. IYUNDER S% INCH DIAMETER, li _/ inch stroke, it can be seen at work anj day during the present month. For further Information apply to . JAMES L. HAWLEY, aug20-lw No. 00 Main street. BURNET HOUSE, CINCINNATI, OHIO, 8II1AS F. MILLER, Proprietor^ late of the Gait House, Louisville, Ky. Having purchased the lease and furniture of theBoK*E* House, and repaired, painted, and refurnished the House in the best possible manner, I solicit a share of the patronage of the traveling public, promising that guests shall lie ah well, if not better, cared for than they ever were at the old Gait House; in its palmiest days. , SlLAS F. MILLER, aug20-lm Proprietor.' NEW FIRM. J& G. MENDEL have ASSOCIATED . with them on the 1st day of tills mouth (August) Cnrran Mendel and Crawford H. Booth, under the name and style of J. & G. Mendel a Co. We would say to ourfrienils and customers that we are now receiving from New York and Philadelphia, a large and well selected stock of Rich Velvet Tapestry, 3 ply extra superfine and other Carpetings. Velvet Hos sacks, Druget, Gr. and Bro. Shades, ?fcc. Also, a good supply of fine Furhlture, of our own make, Cush'u. Tete, ^oliis, Chairs, Ac. Fine Cane Beat Chairs, Gilt and Imt. It. wood Mirrors. Upholstered work.for Steam Boats, i Families, Hotels, &c. All of which will be sold lowfror cash. J. & G. MENDEL & CO. aug2ft-4td<w [Register copy 2 times. 8t. Clalrsvllle Chron icles times, and send bill to Mendel ?fe Co.] FAIR ON WHEELING ISLAM The "north western Virginia Agricultural Society having obtained pos session of their property from the official au thor! ticn of the United States Government, take pleasure in announcing that they will give a STOCK EXHIBITION AT TIIKIR Fair Groiinils on Wheeling Island on TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. THUB8* DAY and FRIDAY, October lOth, 11th, 12th, A 13th, 1865. Tlie grounds and aocoramodoOou* tor Stock (consisting of the nicest open and cloned stalls) will be entirely renovated and put In tne moat complete order. i . ; I... The half mile track, pronounced heretofore by sood Judged to be unsurpassed for the ex hibition of speed, will (ir possible) be Improv ed and accurately re-surveyed. : ? More liberal premiums than ever before or feral by the &xdety, will be ^amended In Pamphlets or posters shortly JO.J? bened. Further lnftKtSaUon con hq had or entries of Stock may be made, by adilraariiiK either of the SoCTetarieaof '^SSK^jaSSS&Jr.' ORGHUM^ CA^NE mills," ASSORTED ffimjM OANB VjQkjl.tbr balling doner rB-iPA3ff9- Wide Sheet am, received by miMETH A BRO., reen Monroe and Qulncy. Iron fbr 53Mslni aug29 IT YIRQIHTA. feBUBK Schools, ) ? Virginia. J PH THE PRO VI L&\r(tbe following books for the Pub id January 1st, 1886, (revised). Other -piXTENSIVE UuCTfON SALES GOVKRSMBST MEDIOAL STORES | HOSPjirAX-PROPERTY. Will bo sold at public auction at the United States Army Genar^gQBgltiU ^ ? Thnnday^)^i?K?ii?ber 1865, A LARGE QUANTITY OF MEDICINES, HOSPITAL S2DBES, INSTRUMENTS, DRBSSmoOOTKS, STATIONERY, ? lTrrrmrTfirnTriTu cloth ing. FUKRITURE and APPttANCES. Catalogues of the Articles to be sold can be procured by applying at this Depot, or at the General Hospital, Frederick, Mil, after Sep tember 6th. /' Much of the property Is but little worn, and Is to bO bold became no longer required by Government. L The oales will continue from day to day until the property UdlKpoNed of. Terms cash in Government raids at the time of purchase. The property to fe removed by tho purcha ser within forty-ellht hours from day of sale. Among tho artlcps to bo sold may be men tioned the following: MtDICINES. Aclduni tartaric m ot 250 JEtUer fortiOr... - .PJ. Alumeii -.~v ?-oj- <j? Catechu - ot. 258 Ceralalbo. ...f............... oz. 480 Ceratum reslntfc... r.*.....tos. ?j0 B pUlV.....~. .....oz. 144 ExUbuchu fluilnm.. oz. 2&8 Ext, clnchortroHaidunx. .oz. 2M b flaldum..... .....oz. 2U trns .. oz. 28 -oz. 210 ..tfcs. 150 ,.oz. 48 Ext.lL - Ferri etvulL Ipecacuanhas Magnesloe sul[ Opil pulvi*., Potassaa bicarb...!..... .' ?z. 852 Potasse ehloras.. u .oz. 400 Potaise oz. 288 Potassli lodidtuq. .. oz. 200 Quinlnhu sulphas oz. 50 8odce cblorinatallq.? J%?SBm. & Sheriy wine.. J.-. bottles. 144 IWrRUMENTS. Pocket cases-!...; .No. of 12 Amputating cifca J. General operafcng case- \ - i BEDDING. Pillow cases....! " 4,135 Pillow cases, liken, wliite "" ? o00 Sheets- ... M ?.0l5 HOSP r.\L CLOTHING. Drawers- H #...... ...... !.....No. of 2.510 Gowns, dread r. " 128 Shirts, cotton. 44 2,758 iSllpper8~,....~. 6i..V..: ... :? -518 Socks, woolen.? ?' 2,728 FURNITU] E AND APPLIANCES. Bedsteads, iroi No. of 1,187 .-r-?? - ?* jog .. 44 775 .. 41 972 UCUOlUlun. uui Bowls, delf. Dishes, aasorte sizes?.. Knives and Fc b i 44 Batchei' . ** Dread.. Mugs, delf....... Spoons, table... 44 tea Spit mugs?.... Snlttoons.<.,^...r?_ Tumblers. glas ? chairs-. 10 554 400 204 !M5 y420 258 358 18 320 Clocks (woodei^smalL Tables, bedside ?Besides a large Quantity, of other art Iclos too numerous to mention. Further large i action sales of Medical and Hospital Proper y will take place at the fol lowing localities-at an early day, of which ;daeVnotr Va^ Clai ersburg, ?. ?u the Medical Pui earl/day, of which ae given. Han>er's Ferry, le.Md.; Grafton, w: Va.; Park due notice will be given. ^Banter's Fei 7~ .arysviiir *?-* ? - ersburg. w. Vi tiarleston, W. Va.; and at lng Depot, Baltimore, Md.: tne last named lie pot containing a large and valuable stock oi'new goods. ^ ***??$?SP& u' *' j. Medical Purveyor U. S. A. . - , ADREON & CO., aug29-ts !. . Auctioneers. Wanted. F>ur first-class blacksmiths and one good&niaher; also, one man who understands putting np engines. To those -put who underetand' steady empldyra* given,. For fart address aug28-8t* , ie working of Oil Tools, 1 ; and good wages will be r particulars apply, to or MTj. LEESE& CO.. Parkereburg, W. Va. Desirable Co TWILL8ELL1 X on "Which I ill river, a half m" county, West property." The with hall and ] of brick and in ses, containing suitable oat hoi_ ccllcnt fruit, and water. For terms _ premises or al _ floe, No. 68 Main aug28-lw? KJB j. s. Residence for Sale. OU8E AND GROUND le, located on the Ohio _. a Bonwood, Marshall known as the : "Blake contains seven rooms, ?is substantially built i repair. On the premi n acres or ground, are , a bearing orchard ofex never failing well of good . j the undersigned on the Benwood Iron Works of ' " BENJa FISHER. IBM. LE & CO., OA8 FITTKllN. NEW GOODS. DALLY OPENING AT D. Nicoll & Bros. "DEAL VALENCIE EDGING. PATENT XV .Valencle Edging and Inserting. English Thread Edging, Ribbon Edging, Jaconet Edg ing and Inserting, Embroidered: Slippers for Ladles and Gents, Embroidered Linen Sets Collars and Cuflfe. Bead Ornaments for Dresses and Couts, Bead Gimp, Silk Gimp. Velvet Ribbon, Fancy Undersideves and Cuffs, Black Laco Fulls und Swiss COlurette, Tape Trim ming, Wide Belting, Ladies* Linen Collars, GetsT Linen, Ciystoi. Pearl, Coral, Jet, Silk and India Rubber Buttons, Colored Velvet Ribbon, Emerle's Crodiet Braid, Silk Em broidered Braid, Gilt and Jet Belt Buckles, Shirt Fronts, Fancy Bow Tuck Combs, Leath er, CuflH, Butterfly Scarfi*, Ladies' and Gents' Neck Ties, Watch Guards, Head Nets, Water Fall Pods, Topsies, Grecian Curls, Curl Sticks, Hair Braids and Frezetts. Fine Kid Gloves and large and well select ed assortment of Split, Single and Double Zephyrs. The above goods are in store and for sale. D. KICOU * BBO., aug26 109 Main Street. AGENTS WANTED. FOR "The Secret Service, The . Field, The Dungeon, and The Escape." By Albert T>. Bloliardeon, JV. 7. Tribune Correspondent. mHE MOST INTERESTING AND EXCIT I big book ever published, embracing Mr. lacharason'fi unparalleled experiences for four years; traveling-through the South in the se cret service of the Tribune at the outbreak of the war, with our armies and fleets both East mid West, during the first two years of the Rebellion; his thrilling capture^ his.confine ment for twenty months in seven different rebel prisons; Ills escape, and almost miracu lousjouraey by-'-*-1 -* -?| lnA ?Ti will abound 11 ? more of the fact, incident, at war, than any.other worky __, Teachers, ladies, energetic young men, and especially returned and disabled officers and soldiers, In want of profitable employment; will Aud it peculiarly adapted to their condi tion. We have agents clearing 3150 per month, wklali wft will provo to tkny dnubtlng ? nppli cant. Soudror^Uog N. E. cor. Cth and Minor Sts. Phlla.* Pa. augSZ-lmdAW* . ? ... Trustee's Sale of Valuable Lands, In Mawliall County, tV. Vn. OY VIRTUE. OP A DEED OF TRUST, L> executed by. William McWhorter and lary his wife, bearing date on the 10tli day of August. 1858, mid now of record in tho Re corders office of Marshall county, W. Va., in Deed Book No. 12, folio 347, to the undersigned, as Trustee, for the benefit of Eliza ICemplc and Alexander Kemple, administrators of the estate of Charles Kemple dereased, lato of w,u tU8cn 5th day of September, 18(55, at tho front door of tho Court House of Mar shall county. W. Va., to the highest and best bidders, the following described tract or par cel of land, situate on the waters of "Toins" run. In the County of Marshall and State of West Virginia, and bounded as follows to wit:?Beginning at a stake, on John Cun ningham's line, and corner to Henry Shook: thence with said Cunningham^* line N. E. 30 poles to a stone. Gumbel's corner: t hence with Gambel's line N. 22? W. 18 poles to a stake, on a ravine; thence up said ravine. Gambel's line, with the meanders thereof and .binding thereon, 100 poles to a sugar tree stump near the head or ravine; thence N. 50? 1 i*10>5o'W..22 poles to a stake in said ravine; thence down said ravine N. 83? W. 41 poles to a white Walnut-, corner to the Yarnall survey; thence with original line, S. 57W. 4814 poles to a Sugar tree on the south bank of Tom's run. Henry Shook's corner; thence with lines of said Shook S. B&f E. 49 poles to a Chestnut-oak, near top or ridge; thence S. 28? E. 18 0-10 poles to a Hickory, near head of ravine; thence down said ravine with -the meanders thereof; and binding thereon, 107 poles to a stake in said ravine; thence S. 3I3 E. 29 poles to a Lynn; thence S. 31? E.29 poles to the place of beginning, containing sixty-seven acres and thirty-one poles, and the same con yeyed to said wnitora; McWhorter by James M. Morris, commissioner, by deed bearing date the 18th day of August, 1858. B ? Term* or Snle-S2.030.00 In hand, and the balance In three equal Instalments; the first payablo on the 1st day of October, 1805, the second on the 1st day Of October, 1866, and the last on the 1st day of October, 1867, wlfh in terest /Tom date; the purchaser giving bond and approved security, for said deferred in stalments, and title reserved until the whole Is paid up. M. C. GOOD. augs-twtw Trustee. ? ? A Card. and Upholstery business In ui .? J.5SS2 w- W ^ ! V - ? > ? S J. . *,-=30,.' WINTER DRY GOODS! For 1865. JUST OPENED BY GEO. R. TAYLOR. STOCK UNUSUALLY LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE, EMBRACING ALL THE LATEST NOVEL TIES OP FOREIGN, AS WELL AS OF DOMES TIC MANUFACTURE, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED ^PRICES. DRESS GOODS. Grecif^ ?*5?Pl'n8 to ilue, Brown, Lavender, and French Poplins, "iio?n on UlcLake " mnATbiSI^10? Plain White Bilks, Ginghams. ChlntzesT^ Merrimack Prints, Ac. HOUSEKEEPING goods. All "Wool Blankets. Table Damasks, Linen and Cotton 8heetlngi?Weta' NaPkln,>. Counterpanes, Coshmcrlne for Spreads, JUST OPENED BY GEO. R. TAILOR. nOVRNIKO GOODS. l^pf.S Th,bel SlmwIs Double Width Black De Laine. Black Camtee, Block Queens Cloth, C^pp Veils and Collars, * Black Prints and Chintzes, Just received by GEO. B. TAYLOR. esbroideries. nbrlc Handkerchiefs, Laeo Handkerchiefs, Emb'd Handkerchiofc, FLANNELS, Sleeves. BALMORAL 8KIR1^EACHED MUSLIN. FRENCH SKIRTING CAMBRIC1"8' v AM. AT * LOWEST ERICK8. ?EO. H. TAYI.OH. ARRIVAL & CLOSING OP MATT.R~ At the Post office, Mlieeliuic, W\ V. EastornTlirough Mall Arrlvf' Clou,at vta ? & P. R. R.. for New England States, Eastern New "iork and Eastern Pennsylvania. / 7:00 a. ar. 9:15 a. m Wieellnje and Pltte-' 8=30 P*'1 ImmU fray Mail via TiSo^^aaHSi 11:30 A'*- ft,6A? via B. 4 O. R. R. for Mainland,Delaware and Eastern Va. ( 7:00 a.m. 9:15 am Way Mall East of 7:00 P-M- 8:1,0 r' m! Cumberland, Aid 7-ooa %r a.nr. Way Mall fyest of 8:00 p-M Cumberland, Md? . 7-on *? V' o.,e Through Western via ^ 9:15 *? | Central Ohio R. R... r 11:45 A. RM p M Western Way Mall "M- 8:00 p-*' kerabunt River MaU ??a, Wheeling and Par- ' , ? Kpnburg Rive? Mail ^ M?ndav^_w ednes day and Friday. v,a B. A A. M.1 ...2: ^ JR., Tuesday, J^reday and Hat Hempfleld*it"R* in$}p,ir- 9:16 a.m. St. Clairsvillo and" 10:00a-*? ?30t?. m. Bridgeport,Ohio...., ,?oof.K. Martin's Ferry ^ WOp-M- JKWf.m. 6:00 M urtay'lay Ulld ^".1 Bf'hnn'y aha Weft '- 7:30*. m? Tuesday TTnjmlay and sfc ^gorwm'b Station," 2:00 *? 12:30 **? k. S^fiSsiBK^C 4:00 aug28-3t""" O.'.TO A. M. TiJfe and Public Services" ABRAHAM LINCOLN at tire Court House door, on the 18th of He;p tember, 1H85. Also, tlie double house on John street, occu pied by Messrs. Caldwell and EUtagham.. O. W- THOMPSON. ? v w. ste^b6i>. Por Sale. 1 DESIRABLE ^ V-'BOg2 ?L-: . *?m?bsauce.. Wm. Enabe & Oo's. Gold Medal Premium?Grand ai pianos*, Are now acknowledged by the profession without a rival. MELLOR, Being West Virginia, can Purchasers and Dealers, And always bas a fine stock on band FOR EXHIBITION AND SALE. PIANOS OP Bradbury, N. Y., A. H. Gale & Co., N. Y., Jas. W. Rose, Boston, G. A. Miller & Co., Boston, And others, at Prices from 9B300 to S1QOO. v.( V j 1:1 ft j\ir TJ ?;] TOP A written guarantee with every Instrument. ?-AGENTS WANTED for West Virginia Ohio and Pennsylvania. <i0oco-fl sB oi&SifltfflilH JESSE B. MELLOR, 130 Slain Slnrt. Sole agent for Wm. Knabe & Co*. Ptanofi. angltf NEW STORE I NEW STORE 11 Music and Variety No. 103 Main St., above Monroe, near Steln'a Clothing House. E. A, WEBER, mEACHER OP MUSIC AND ORGANIST X extensively known In tills city and vleln ity.begs leave to announce that TO-MOR ROW, TUESDAY, THE 0th INSTANT, he will open his new Music and Variety Store, where he win keep on hand an assortment of Pianos, (among them Stein way's, and Ha zleton's, or New York,) Melodeons, sheet Mu sic, including the best Instruction Books, and latest Sheet Publications, Violins, Guitars Flutes, Accordeons and Banjos of the be?t for eign and American make, German and Italian Strings. Also, Stationery, Photographic Goods and Notions. He will promptly attend to any orders for Music left at the store. He will, as heretofore, give Instructions on the Piano, Melodeon, Divan, and in Thorough Bass, either atscholar's house, or at his Music Room, (103 Main Street,) where a line Piano kept for practice. Choirs, Glee Clubs, and Vocal Classes attend ed to. Arrangements are also being made for renting out Pianos. - - Keeping only the best of Goods on hand, having adopted the motto of quick sales and small profits, being always up to the times? pubTcT * e?aA?w6BEK.ie Wheeling, W.Va., June 6th, 1865. jstfam&oats. for Cincinnati. gmmm w The flnc passenger packet, Lin.vik ? .rUftC hfflPRQwy. Captain Bnotrjf, will dGHBHnloave as above on Wednesday, the SOth inut.. at 5 o'clock P. M. For freight or passage apply on board or to BOOTH, BATTEIiLE A CO., nog2ft-2t Agents. notice to shippers and trav elers, For New HurtiMTllle, Siatersrllle, Nf. Marys, Marietta, ana Parlcenbnrg. (IN PLACE OP THE EXPRESS,) ??.The new and elegant light draught rJkg-fcKtemnerNEW- OTATETGopt. John dpBaBBMcLiirc. Jr., will run as a Regular Packet between Wheeling and ParkcftEuri;, leaving Wheeling every Tueaday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11 o'clock A. M. Eor freight pr postage, having superior ac commodations, apply onUoanl7orto xs _ - ? BOOTH, BATTELLE & CO.. aug22-tf Agents. Regular PlttMbnrj?b, Wheeling and Parkertbarf Packet, J^aSKjoSn&jfilon, A."R.BanllDg Cllt, leaves Plttsbureh for Parkeraburg every and Ratnrrtay atl2F.M.: leave^Parkerebum for Pittsbmgh'ffferfr Monday and Thursday at 2 P. M.; Leaves Wheeling for Pittsburgh everyTueaday and Friday at 7 A.M. Freight received for Fitubargh every Mon; day and Thpreday at the Wharf Boat until a J?. 3L. by BOOTH, BATTKLLE 4c CO., Lyim's Cumberland Cement . An ane^ualted article tor all kinds of where water IrtD Mr resisted or mot strength Linings for Gasometer Tanks, -5 t 'X ir-j I UWIWftWB/. .X Grouting for Warehouse, Cellar or Kitchen Floor, and .all purposes/or. which Consent to w tcuicnc PXEPAIUTiOJI. a;*BEMLI.* <X>S AMD B.KEITHS : . ' T. H. UOOAN.4 CO., augl?-d4w and LOGAN, LIST A CO.