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VOL-XIV.
2, 1865.
NO. 6.
pit.""
I to Produce it*
Equal.
UUDBBys IMPHOVED
BLOOD - SEAR?^|GR,
FOB THE CUBE OP ALL
Diseases Arising Worn an Impure
state of the Blood,
SUCH A8
Bcrofala, Cancerous Formations,'
Pimples on theFace, Bore Eyes, 4c.
TTTE MAKE NO CLAIMS TO HAVING
as ts "HH
zs&ssksz*
BliOOMMBCIlEA,
... , - ? 1
the afflicted will And a "Standard Medicine,
one upon wli lcli they can
clflcforall thodLs?a<i<*<9rwlitcli It 1* reoom
i tnandeil. At / _(li inu (iwrvw*l of
t?rctll? with the rlcht totanemy name in "
. PREPARED ihr
R, E. Sellers & Co, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
BOT.R PROTITIETOIW.
S E X. H. 33
LITER PIUS.
(The Original, only True and Genuine.)*
?Han Flood tfdr Thirty years a staple Remedy,
unequalled >by ahy medicine known ftw the
cure or liver t\nnpfaint, Cosiheiics*. Sirk IJeart'
arhranil BUlicntx TVwnfrr^ and Indeed forthj
whole claw of diseases originating In bllhio
derangements. ,, =' . { \
TO THE PUBLIC.
rlaltiiil. mlu true anil ?oenUtoe.IAvra
Tito ortainal, only true avd 'arjudxtr fc---?
Plll*. are pren.ire.1 by K. K. Sejle1J
II la nameln Uarlc wiin poll tLe lld^earliOar.
and Ills kIiui at lire on the omMi
OTfnSBSAKKCOONTKllFBrrBOttBASEIMlTA ,
tionr. .
B. E. REU.EBfi ? O)., PrepHftow.
* Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Great Internal Remedy,'
TOW Tin? CTTTOTnATi OTTJITS OF 1
RHEUMATISM,
GO UT, NElTRAIAJIAjiqJjV/T^Xryif ^?>T~
TER, SCA LD HEAD* Rib <1 ift OHM, <tc.
TS TRTTTjY
JOHNSON'S
Rheumatic Compound,
Aim
blood juhipieb
Let the Hntftrtng: Bead anJ Ceaae to
Dexpntr.
nfier luivlnB suffered for more
^SSSS?Si^^Mnr City, May 3d. l?H.
"^fKS^SSlSowlng extracts and twtlmonl
f 1 ?Ti'o other ranxty *? 5 * -
*m~n f^veauniver^wtl^mon- |j J.J-,
iss^
bbepabed by
b, E. SELLEB8 A CO.,
. Sox*x Proprietors,
Comer and (tecoiul Street?,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
atclSWeao ?
DR. SEEL YE S
liquid
CATARRH
J& ? ' -. .1; . I
REMEDY.
?oX
CrcBSE W ABB A W T E I??
Wm?lCTIOOT ABIK1110wuJf f J
ua-Call for CiraOardxraxng all wvtonu.
t.nti dl?oo?i> on Its
JSooia iose noUiue In
tWofthe many Cntarrt*
S^Sp)^.
A alnffle Bottle ? ... K-?
to.ru^d three tin"*??????. _
DR. D. H. & Cb.,
Sale pmprietan. &*aB?. I?***
Andtaraaleiyalll^aWs- CJ
?eCABE, BBAFT * CO
?ftTIEEUNG,
"Wholesale Agents tor Mm Ohio ;
Virginia. - , r- ? ?_J,
h.cbaitoub. jab.
* rP VOT'*- BAUM-'1 *
' WHOIJESAl?E GROCERS,
^HEREAS BY 8ATI8PACT0HY EVI
The Merchants' National
Bank of West Virginia, ?
AT WHEELING.
Depaktmxnt, ")
F THE CURRENCTT, Xj
'-ne 26th, 1885. J
JFAC3X
dence presented to the nnd?
nas ueen * " *
_ _ _
Klnln, at\nieellnr,H in th3(5lfjrrof\V&
lug, in the County of Ohio and State of West
Ylrginia,ba8 been duly organized under and
according to the requirements of the act or
Congress, entitled an act to provide a Nation
al Currency, secured by a pledge of United
States Bonds, arid to provide for the circula
tion and redemption thereof, approved June
8d, 1864, and has compiled with all the provis
ions of said act, required to be compiled with
beforetcmnmenclug the business or Banking
rNowi-1 hIrelbfe,*-I, Freeman C3arkf Comp
troller of the Currency, doherebvcertliy that
"THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
OF WEST VIRGINIA, AT WHEELING,"
in the City of Wheeling, in the. County of
Ohio and State qf "West Virginia, is author
ized to commence the business of BAnking
Th tc^nionvwT^reof witness my hand and
seal of Ofllce.llitsSCth day of June, 18K5.
. FREEMAN CLARK,'
ju 17-OCkl Compt'r of the Currency.
The Merchants' National
Bank of West Virginia,
AT AVIIEELXNG.
Treasury op tub United States,")
Division* ok Nationat, Banks. >
Washington, June 26tli, 1806. J
TT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT "THE
Mi
1 HcrrlianlN' National ltank orWwtt
vlr^tnlii.' At M'tio^ll ni;. W. Vn., a bank
ing assort at Ion organized under the act 4tTo
provide a National Currency, secured by a
pledge of U. S. Bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof." approv
ed Jane's. 1WH, having complied with the ro
aulrements of Section 45 of said act and wjtli
ie regulations of thLn. department mhdo in
pursuance thereof.has this day been designat
ed as a depository of Public moneys, except
receipts from Customs, and by virtue of such
designation will talso he employed as a Finan
cial Agent of the Government,
Th6 National Bank of West
Virginia,
AT WIltKI.lXU.
OFFICE OP OOMrTROL'R OP TIIK CURRENCX, V
Washington, July lltli, 1865. J
TT7HEREAS, BY SATISFACTORY EVI
VY denee presented to the undersigned, ii
lias lteen maue to appear that "The ^nt ton
al llnnk. of.Wwit Virginia, at Wheel*
in*.* In the City of Wheeling, In tlio Coun
ty of Olilo, and State of West Virginia, lias
l>een duly organized under and according to
the requirements of the Act or Congress, en
titled aAn act to provide aNatlonal Currency
secured by a pledge of United States Bonds,
and to provide for thgCirculation and redemp
tlon thereof" approved June 3rd, 1861,and
has compiled with all the provisions of said,
Act,required to be complied wltli before com
mencingtli e business of Banking under said
act, : ? Ji. X -f ?
Now, therefore, I, Freeman Clark, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify thai
The National llnnk of West Virginia,
at Wheeling-, in the City of Wheeling, iu
the Cotihty of Ohio, and State of West Vir
ginia, 1s authorized to commence the busi
ness of Banking under the act aforesaid.
In testimony wherof witness my
hand and seal of office this Ilth day
of July, 1805.
w- FREEMAN CLARK,
Jul8-C0d Compt'rof the Currency,
NATIONAL BANK
OP. WTTKKT.ryQ.
Designated Depositary U. S4
' CAWTAt'l^ATD is,'...: ...;-;."f2nO^KK)
CAITAIi AUTHORIZED, . 600,000
Money received on deposit, in
? terest paid on Special Deposits. . Colleo
s made, and proceeds promptly remitted.
Exchange bought and sold.
\ , directors:
George K. "Wheat, Jacob ITornhrook,
John K. Botsford, Joseph Bell.
Jacob s. Rhodes, Chester D. Knox, . .
Geo. W. Franzlieim, George Edwards,
John F. McDcrmot.
GEORGE K. WHEAT, President*
GEORGE ADAMS, Cashier. dfcw.
The People's Bank.
f\ FFICE, No. 09 MAIN ST., WHEELING,
U W.Va. Money received on deposit. In
terest paid on special deposits.
Notes and bills -discounted. Exchange
bought and sold. Collections at home or from
abroad promptly attended to.
DIRECTORS.
John Reid, Christian Hess,
JVT. Scott, John Vockler, j
Sam'l J. Boyd, Richard Carter.
JOHN REID, Pres't,
JOSIAH UPDEGRAFF, Cash'r. myfl ,
SAYINGS BANK OF WHEELING.
Office, Main 8L, between Monroe and Quinej/.
TlyfONE]r RECEIYBD ON" TRANSIENT
1YJL Deposlte.- Interest paid ? on Special De
posits. Collections promptly attended to.
Exchange on the East bought arid sold.
thos. H. LiSTi President,
SAM'LP, HILDRETH, Treasurer.
5ahl4- . ?
cTh. deiters,
Vftnnftcturerof
FINE & CCMM0N CIGAHS,]
And Dealers in all kinds of '
CnEWlJTG AND LEAF TOBACCO,
No. 43 Water Street, (north of Sprigg House,v|
augI4-lm t WHEELtNG, W. VA.
W.J.COTTS. ISAAC COTFS, JR.
w. J. COTTS & CO.,
'WholesaleDealereIn . ,{i ?
Groceries, Liquors & Produce,
? r.j ?
No. 188 Market Square,
angfr-em WHEELING, W. VA.
184L?d?1865,
PHOTOGRAPHS.
AMBROTYPKS,
est to the best Ufe slze i
pla<? to get Uiem,
Partridge's,
117 Xain Ntiret-flrirtllo^t', ,
If you want the beet and cheapest wOrk in
the country.
Wirt ridge will nejijafler give his personal at
tention tn the opcratlhg depr * 1 ?a
that all liis patrons 'hffYO tli
turesUiat can be ihSJe. "
\ * r ,
At retail, at wholesale prices. The largest
stock and best assortment in the western
country. . decliv ' -
ITJFAYING- INOtBASED MY. FACHJTTES
11 for the manufacture of the above arti
cles, I am prepared to fill all orders prompL'
and as oheap, Or cheaper than can be had ?
any other house in the ?dty. I keep the latest
patterns of BTOV.EH, b*th Wood and Coal,
and will warrant every Stove. Iam prepar
ed to do all kinds of Job Work in Sheet Iron
and Tin and will give such Jobs my personal
attention. Spouting and Guttering of aH
kinds tdways on hand. COtaer and Brae
Kettles and Fruit Cans of theb^t kind also
tot cheap:1 Merch&ntfe and Ahem visting
be city will do well to give me a ?alL
Je2 B. F. CALbWKLL.
T>I&>.CURE FOB. CONSUMPTION. A
JT MPP"
H?ll Drog Store, : / ; tu?l?
RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. !
DAILY, by mall, one year,- *7 SO
six mouths. 4 00
three montna,..,..J.iU.u.i 2 25
... one mpnth,...75
> j y.. by City: Carriera per week 15
......... 5 00
Z 7.'. three monUisj............17.- l 50
WEEKLY, one year. 2 00
six months^ .w......_... 1 00
. . . i- ? . ? : .
RATES OP ADVERTISING.
One Square.cn e time, (10 linw or less to c?n
- ... (> each afidiiTonal tUn^i......-^ : 50
, U. . f One^eek, ? 8 00
? O rm^ZZ-Z?ZZZS?&
THE OIJI VASOE.
}Te ^e ^reBt pUflKtmj^n reproducing tuti
exquisite poem, .whiclv appeared many yebn
ago in an obscure Arkansas" paper.'
now anil ^en It appears on the Hurfocoo/
newspaper literature. It deserves arznore peit
manenl place In our-letters. ' W > ?
Where the rocks are grey and'-the shore Is
steep.
And the watere below look dark find deep,
Where the rugged pine, in its lonely pride,?
Leaus gloomily over the murky tide;
Where the reedsaud rushes are longandmnk,
Aud the weeds grow thick on the winding
bank;
Where the phodow Is heavy the whole day
through.
Lies at its moorings the old canoe.
The useless paddles orp Idly dropped,'
IJke a sea bird's'wings that the storm has Iojv
pod.
And crossed on tlie railing, one o'er one,
Like the folded bauds when the work Is done;
Whilebtislly hack and forth between,
Tlie spiderretches his silvery serpen, .
Ami the* solemn owl, with liLsdull "too-lioo,"
Hetties down on the side of the old canoe.
The stern half sunk in tlieslUny wave,*
llots slowly away in its livlnggrave,
And the ureen moss erecps o'er its dull decay,
Hiding its mouldering dust away,
Like the hands that plants o'er the tomb n
flower.'
Or the Ivy that mantles the falling tower;
While many a blossom of loveliest hne,
Springs up o'er ^tys stern of the old canoe. -
Tlie cHirentleas'writers are dead and still? '
But the light wind plays with the boat at will,
And lazily In and out again
It floatstiie length of the rusty chain. ,
Like the weary march of the hands of time,
That meet and part at tlie noontide chime,
And the shore Is kissed at each turning anew,
By the dripping bow of the old canoe.
O. many a tlme. witli a careless hand,
1 have pushed it away from the pebbly strand;
And paddled It down where tlie streiuu runs
quldk, .
"Wheretlifc whirls are wild aud the eddies are
tldck,
And laughed as I leaned o'er the rocking side,
And looked below in tlie broken tide,
To see that tho thees and boats were two.
That were mirrored back from the old canoe.
But n"dw, as I lean o'er the crumbling side, .?
And look below In the sluggish tide,
Tbe fboe that I see there is graver grown.
And tlie laugh that I hear lias a soberer tone,
AmUthe hands tliat lent to-the light skill
wings,
Have
spray threw, , ;
Ere the blossom waved, or the green axasa
D'er tfuTmoulderlng stem pf tiiqjlldcanoe. .
Berkeley nnd Ic^eiwui. .
Joseph A. Chapline, lato mem
ber of the House of Delegates from Jef
ferson county, has been nominated for
the Senate, to represent In part tlie
counties of Hampshire, Hardy, Pendle
ton, Mor^n,. Berkeley, and Jefferspn.
Mr. Chnplin6 was one of the most effi
cient and zealous memtars of the late
legislature* and we are glud to h^o hlni
thus called to go a step higher by?is
constituents. He will undoubtedly be
elected.
We learn that Hon.Epliraim B.Hall,
Attorney General of the State, has been
nominated'as the Union candidate to
fill the place vacated by the removal of
Judge Kennedy, of Jefferson, from that
Circuit, and has signified*' his''willing
ness to. accept the position if ejected* of
whiqh there is little doubt." This news
takes us & little by surprise, inasmuch
as we were told by one who ought to
know, only a few days ago, that Mr.
Hall was arranging his business at
Fairmont 'preparatory to 'a removal
here as Attorney General.
From. Cumberland, - Mil.
- JVom Cic&fan aad Telegraph.
The 192d' ?Reginie'iit of Now York
Volunteers are now .being mustered
put in this city,
Tho office of Chief Quartermaster of
this District lias lx?en abolished, and
on last" Saturday Capt. Farnsworth
transferred all his property"fcttd closed
his office.
Fatal Aootdknt.?On Saturday last
the.body.of John Httger, a resident of
this city; about '4o*'years, pT age,* >\m
iisoovered on the river .bank, about
Hei ?
oozing from a wound in his head,'
through Which the contents of the gun
bacLuAssed*" Aft inqriest was held orei1
own hands;w*W* rendOTcd. (
Business in the ulty during tfib- pn?l'
week has been moderately brisk for the
season, and during the last few days
the weather has beeji excessively warm.
The Canal has done a,r prettvj good
business, and for tho week 'ending on
28th, 153 b&Os .leiVthis-port for George
town, carrying 10,483.18 tons of coal!
During tlie season 1842 boats have clear
ed, ctuji-ying 199,827.07, tons*
Tub Potato Crop.?Tho potato crop,
it is said, is Bhowing sl^ns of tl>e rot in
various localities. In Maipp aiiil Ohio
It has appeared to some extent, and, on
Long Island. It-is stiiteti1 that th'9 drop
and Vor
portious of Jtocii
[wipers iilN ew 1
mont, indeed frolu every quarter, with
LbM exceptions named, agree In prom
ising an enbruious yield. Tlie-Agri
cultural Bureau, -which receivus-more
reliable reports, than probably the
newspapers, says'tho potato crop this
jrear will be the greatest ever grown in
tho country, so that wo can stand n
little loss without affecting the price. ,
.. - ..>< ?? .?' **?
A Richmond paper has the asnnr
anoe already tonrge upon the President
a modification of his Cabinet, because
some of the members are too radical.
Perhaps It would like to have him And
a place in it fbr Benjamin, Mallory,
Trenboltn A Co., who are just now out
of. business, and v;ho are almost as
"conservative" as the Ohio Democratic
Convention.
THE
MASS MEETING.
. i i > .
. At?hour si
of t?at long
city of RicI
ltal of the
meeting:. TJ
ReoouBlrurtion^ry Movement in Vtr
_ K|nior<A8il]fDliir8etof HeMOliUionN
?Tb? Bteh^ond Rebel* Complain
i wrI t ti e >?fortiiorn People Kefu*e to
Tr*^st Tbeni Implicitly os CJooU and
' True tnioiifsto.
' P. M.
i witnessed the opening
inounced anomaly in the
nd?that capitulated cap
!bol3r-a Uijion (?) muss
ipeetirig Ujbeinij.held In
the public square, in the midst of which
Utile Caplfc^' the statues of Washing
?i Patrick Henry, G.eorge
enry Clay. Tlie Hags of
ten und Virginia Uttttt
inker's stnuU, and an
are gathered together
qge Bfeoe, .As this
its ?way;.to1Jfew
ilf.ftn hour, J can
|he merest sketch
?. .or with its most ini-i
normal. feature?tlie resolutions which
nave been- already adopted, with some
?.Y j?kj Tii Qy were
of the Court
Hi i., ?/undefi. the
singular circumstances in which they
are given to tiie world, attrncl a willo
degree of attention and perusal.
THK PKE8IDENT.
Judge William If. Lyons presides,
also of the Conciliation Court, assisted
by five Vice Presidents from amongthe
prominent ritixeus of lliuhmoiul.
Tire CTASD
wlience tho .speaking takes place is a
model erection, being strongly nnd
conveniently, built, with' einliorato ac
comihodalions for . the Richmond rc"
porters, and a comfortablo position for
tho musicians, who break the air Willi
the long unknown Bounds of ? Yankee
Doodle," "The Star Spangled Uanner,"
and other .National pieces so . long cs
stranged from southern ears. i,:.
' THE SPEAKERS
aro nalolgh T.'l)SriIdl, James Lyons,
W.-H. Mawarland and Thomas P. Au
gust, ail eminent, rebels six mouths
agd, willing and desirous, btit wanting
the ability, to minc6 meat the Union
armies beleaguering them in this cap
ital. .
TJIM'ENOR OP TIIE MEETING.
Tiie readers of the- Herald will catch
the tenor of the speeches from the ac
companying resolutions. It is regarded
as a little singular Unit' among the
speakers there is no well pronounced
Union inuii, whose ringing eloquimco,
broad statesmanship and unteim>oriz
irig motives would tend to lend' llie oc
casion on'element of honesty and appa
rent. eiueerily.
, THE RESOLUTIONS.
The following are the resolutions
adopted by tho meeting., Their signifi
cant character will be at once apparent
ii?
meeting at,
iir the j
?S, do
ve wty
the , p' '
a portio
iti 2* orthern Suites to
people of tlio South with'per
insincerlty-ia- the honest at
tempts they Have made", and aro ma
king, to testiihd their former relations
with the Uniqn, by. questioning their
fidelity nnd truth iir file oathi of alle
giance wlucb they have taken, and, by
vague and, Unsupported charges, that
they desire, if they do not contemplate,
further resistance to its authority. Such
imputations aro not only false1, but mis
chievous, being calculated to retard, if
they banoj Boaign>tl to dereat, that per-:
feet and constitutional restoration of the
Union whick the war was professedly
waged agalist the seceding Suites to
effect, and w|iieh good |mCn and patriots
in all sections of the country earnestlv
desire to accomplish. And it being of
the last importance that the niinds of
the whole people be disabused of these
errors, and particularly that tlfe Au
thorities at Washington be truly in
formed of tfcc'tcmpcr and disposition
of tho Southern people, wo do solemnly
pronounce these anil nil other imputa
tion^ Upon th'ein df tr kindred character,
no matter from whafcsouree they come,
to be Utterly ungrounded and false.
Resolved, That the general temperand
disposition of the Southern people, in
cluding our own, are to accept and ac
quiesce in the results of the .late san
guinary struggle and resume tho duties
mi citizenship in' the Union; That the
Inon of character and ability who havo
hitherto influenced publio sentiment
uoither ndvis? I nor' intend anything
different fto'm the discharge of-their
duties as citizens Of 'the Uiuted States,
arid are setting an example of full and
ready submission to the authority of its
government, and counsel a full recog
nition of the-facts of the actual'situa
ation, including the accepted and irre
versible abolition of slavery-.
Iteaotxcd, That we, the people of Rich
mond, fully nnd thoroughly compre
hending nnd accepting Oho result*-of.
to the att
?isHiStjfi
in und,
express
gency ol
ready effected by the restored eonrttltu
tiou of the State, under widcii wo
live and which we aro sworn, to.
support, do- pledge ourselves to
support tho rocdnstructlort policy of the
President, wlucir purposes a restored
cqimHtybf rights* nhO'privileges <o illl
the Stutcs, including tlio power In each
to regulate the right of sufTjrngo for it
self, as distinguished from tho reckless
and j .ernkUniH theories of the so-called
radical pnrtvy which propose to the
Southern States the alternative of negro
suflVngo or a'ri indefinite exclusion from
the |>enotits pf, a common nnd equal
Union; that we iwill support tho* na
tional authority nnd tho supreme rule
of law arid' order everywhere, as tho
only sure guarantee :for fho ro-CHtab
lishment of the rights and privilege^ or
our ? own ami. ofi the other Southern
States, under the t'bnstitution, in the
Union.
Resolved,, Tliat we cnrnesUy recom
mend to our fellowruitlzcns throughout
the State 'to hold meottngs as soon as
prnctlcnblo in their rtspcctivo counties
and towns, and adopt suitable resolu
tions expressive (as wo dij not doubt
they will be) of their entire sympathy
In the motives, purposes arid objects
herein declared; that rioclorid of dmibt,
no shadow of suspicion may rest on tho
integrity; honor and good thlth ol their
ex pressed d mi ro and honest attempts to
resume the duties of'allegiance* to,-tho
United States.
1 Resolved, That it is no less-a pleasure
than a, duty on our part Uygivo -public
expression: to-tha esteem and respect
which we feci for the present Chief
Magistrate of our State, whose concilia
tory Bearing, frank anivu anly mannens,
to see OS faoe ttrfcee *s we are, be hat
the wiBdomto pppreclpte tho true char
acter ot our people. He baa thrown
himself without reserveon their.cuudor,
truthflilncas and conscientiousness, and
they hare. met. iiud will continue tc
meet, him In alike Hplrit.of cordial con
fidence, , | : 1 ?
Brook* Vtniily.
The Wellsbnrg iHerald comments
with considerable severity on the mea
gre display'ntade'by Brooke county in
the way of income returns. We quote
as follows from, its article:
The report betrays a great deal o]
from the appearance of the country
and the general demeanor and dreite ol
the people, their wives and daughters.
Onlrabout 150 of the 900 titbeables in
Brooke county, Appear to hare an in
come <S*ceedhig *?0 per year; and how
thev can manage to support famllles,
send children -to expensive
keep ftborMrand a
th? year. and appear generally comfbrt
nble- and thiit too without excessive
mannil labor, on that mere plttancc
for. these times, is incomprehensible,
Yet they seem to do it, and flour ten
dollars a barrel all the while, nnd what
in more, they swear to= it and or course,
we* nor any body else but'the XJ? S,
Grand Jury has any right to question
tlieir oaths. , .' .
We were going to say it was all right,
buton reflection,, wo cannot say that.
In tbo first placo deception Is never
riiiht. and it is much worso when it Is
accompanied with perjury, nor is the
party who winks at such offlmces
much better. In the next place, it 1b
hot right to violate a law, nor to assist
iit'lts violation, as is done by those who
knowingly defraud tlie revenue; nnd a
man lias to Ih> exceedingly ignorant
not itt know wltllln a reasonable figure,
what his taxable incomo renlly is.
Neither is a perversely rebellious spirit
displayed in this way, right nor covet
ouBnesson general principles, much
better. *'
There Is another light in which the
subject may be viewed, that does not
mute the matter any more ngreeable,
to those who are honestly and loyiuly
disposed. The Government lias to raise
just bo much money, and lias to rinse it
by taxation, and the more these mean,
nenurious* rebellious > and unconscion
able "cusses" can shirk, tho more the
loyal fl liberal and honest havo to
slibultler.
Wo may add to the Herald's coin
uUmtathat it? is somewhat singular that
whilo Brooko county returned only
#3,019 23, Hancock Oounty returned
$8,-773 85, nenrly double as much. Ono
can pick out ft poor preaehcr or two,
nnd a poor professor or two, -who pay
as much income as half a dotsen of tho
wealthy farmers. Wo suggest that our
friend Pratt, with .liis long probe.be
sent up to Bee where the trouble is.
' Tho following! lofail 1 teui we tako from
tiU> Iter altl;
The talk in regard to location id; thftt it
is to bo sunk on tho high ground near
the old Brewery building, last occupied
mb a.tannery, in the lower end ottowTi.
from which point to the riVeiy distant
about 200 yards, a railway is to bo laid
bv means, of which to load coal and
coke into boats. The water at this
point te always deep and It is constUer
etl ono "of tlie best harbors' along the
river, being well protected from ico and
drill W the heavy walls of tho w^iart
There seems to be no doubt but that
a; ready market can bo found, without
difficulty, for all the p rod uct th at can
be raiscd'und.at remunerative prices.
If any thing Is to be done, this season,
however, it should bo done promptly. I
Tkachkius' Examination*.?Supcrin
tendent M. Wells held an examination
or teachers for the freo schools lu tho
Seminary bnilding last Sjiturday, and
appointments to tlio various schools
havo been awarded. The examination
required to answor within a given time
and wiUiout referenco to thetext^books.
The schools, we(understand, .will l?
opened for scholars on Monday next,
though we are not reliably Informed on
this head. Seaeral new school houBes
are under cotitrnotthiwughoutthe coun
ty, at tolerably high figures.
? Trespassers Take Notice. ?? Mr.
caught trespassing upon: his grounds,
will And himself as sjieedily as Is-prac
ticable. in the bands of the law, from
which it may require some tribulation
in order to get released. The complaints
on this head by parties Uving near to
less to .attempt to raise poultry, fruit,
mplons iir similar articls in tho nelgh
lwrhoodj and it is no wonder if those
wnoaro victimized should feel like tak
ing measures to protect themselves.
, Map ov WKr-Lsnimoi?Mr, J". J. John
son is engaged on a new and'iiccurato
plat of 'Wellsbnrg nnd suburbs, desig
nating the various property holders
and laying down their respective boun
dary, lines so that they can 1>? readily
distinguished. Tho : map, which is
somewhat larae, is Intended for the tike
of the:townshTp, but We are informed
that if sufficient funds ran bo raised by
subscriber ito paythe cost of lithograph
ing, it will be lithographed.
Tub Rioirr^CiND op a Mayor.?The
Mayor '.pf' Mobile' tells his police?
?'Where I-find a faithful officer, he Is
niy rnan, whetlier friend or Toe1; when
X find one guilty of malfeasancb or cor
ruption, I shall take his official head
off without a moment's hesitation,
though he bad been my best friend.- I
believe : I-. have made myself under
stood." If the pollon do not nnder
stand (mehplnin talk, the process of
official decapitation will undoubtedly
impress tlie. words luore sensibly upon
their: mind a.
Jafes trtflSXOQU
"The JPrinoe and Princess oC'Wnles,
and I presume their two Children?
both boys, thanks to Ix>rd Polmerstou
and a liberal cabinets-have followed
the Queen to the Continent.
We knew that "'old Pom" had a ver
satile talent, hot never heard such
power ascribed to him before.
? How TO , DISTINGUISH CAMCO.?ThO
cost of a yard or calico to a matter of
considerable itBportjjice to the consum
er who studies economy j .but; unfor
tunately, there are those who, imriaB
ing to practice frugality,, deceive them
ff w P? ld<;a because, an ar
tide islpwin price it. must necessarily
be cheap. The result of thia. ia a de
mand tiji^ manufacturers for low
priced goods, and he,, to keep paoewlth
the wmta of his customers, Introduces
into wares, when practicable, cfciieiit
preparations calcnlnf^i i.ma
,i|.v . tt. 4--^wnain
5? h,d* fllmsl
cxtent^Sh^l? timptoa. greater
ffMM&i*Va$ wus ,before? owing
ssiS
S?aSili?f#
ataadrfjte%'aBi?
the place to be tralcd !i'? "iP?1r .on of
I SSfiTen t?lniZT
I ?.l.l J K. wiI1 coiuo out of it Oil
I M? ^>o threads will anncar
closely woven together: a sinilo il?K?o,i
^ out will rutlier buret ^an anap
h Kou pnlled asunder, and the KennrnteS
|ciid? of Hitch threads will pXnt?
will ljc 11 nu and clastic to'the toucn.:
T,,f CoiutKcnPo'iacv?Tl7o journey
men tailors of PhiladephiA held a con
vention In that city on Tuesday, and
among othprrocominendationsgugcsted
to their fellow tradesmen wnsono which
dcclare Uiat it is the duty of the associ
ation to encourage arbitration In <11*.
pules about wages and hours
tp Htrikes ??Jy ns a last* necessi
ty. rills arrangement would tend
more to harmonize the Interest* of em
P'??Yr und euiploved than any other
bo adopted. In Franco"
,ua,!nl? theonly mode of sealing sucli
{^employ,, ^x, tlu>.empl<^?C
the determination to abide Dv afbfi
tion; It it Is necessary' to resort tJ
?wriold probably settle amicably and
without loss or injury' to eUlier pa^T
all tlio capscs of differences lltelv S
arise between (hem. There wouW 1.21
no stoppage of business
work Ibr lower pricesthaii (irci jult, 2nd
strikes to compel employ era totrivo
w/Jr nmn U 6f ^eir butdnesa
J ill allow. These matters could all be
fwi!1** ' ft"d a 8ettso Of justice arising
gusiufss (Sards.
C. A. WI X(i KBTkb
DENTIST,
Wo. 63 Market Struct,
mriaiy AVHEEUNO, W. VA.
|AnB- BOB*?)"*, x. D. T. LPNBPOIU), A. M.
robertno.v <fc lvkkfobd,
SURGEON DENTISTS,
Wo- 143 Market Street,
aec!9 WHBEUN-q. vf. VA.
S.W. PAXTON. JOHN DONIX1K. C. OOLKBA*.
PAXTOS, DOXTj>\ A OOLEBAT,
wholesale grocers,
Pm"?w * Oimmlirton Jlcrcliniit?,
WW.' 52 and fti jraln St,
*">Tl 'WiigKunq. w. Va
JAXZS S. WHEAT. HA.TNTOA t. roitJEl
: JfllEf T ?* FOBBEH,
attorneys at law,
!, WlweU**, W. Vn.
AW SS{LMaIn 8lroS?.'W" doom north o/M.
JOHA McJIEU, M COw, ?
UKAIJUW rs .
China, Glass & Qneensware,
X. A 2?t I> ? ? OlitM,
-AND- ' *l
I.A3TP HXTIltFH. ;
novX-lti No. ? Mala Street
STEPHENS & SMtTE,
AUarnoys rorCallectlng
Pensions, Back Pay, Bounty
A7TD A It It CLAIMS AGAINST TDK '
GnvRRirtrKNT.
omoe over the Qnnk of Wheeling
fefa27 Ifatn Street, lr>vyiin?. Tj'. Vo.
P. C. HILDRETH & bro
M W^luKlrw*.
rrnrW ? WirEKUN?/W.-VA-,1
PhilaflelpMa ^Bonnet Depot
Srox or nre nro. ^TKAB^uij bJsj.bt.
?T? K- WAXTKIV8,
Ko. MS Main Street,
, - ? ?? ttyk
of the latest ?tir
1??. : D>j2
KM8 A88PMPD SRBS
??w i I*. a HILDBETH A BBO.
?Leave Wheeling. 3 p.*.
? Aniye atWashington 0 44
All freight to iw.fonranled from WhHIr
nnsthb delwwBfl at the depot before 2 o'doc
*- i .-'ftftn--' r >: ??, m. ?-?
NEW' ARRANGEMENT.
THE MOOT
the following
aggregate
A8SETS (OVER)
*3,(87,00190
of any other
in the United
N. YORK.
Cash Capital
and Affict*
OF NEW YORK.
i "* 91,518,35022
Unas AHilhsoCthaneft profits declared to
Ilcy headers annually.
_ jjsryfrTKXTAL JN& CO. OF NEW YORK.
tVMi Cnptlntnll paid Ml ssnunoco
" Anett January 1, IMS. ...
' J1,TCUCV11?I
. Seventy-five per eent of the nett profits de
clared tq policy holders annually, without In
curring 'any ri*k. ?*?*??
Policlen will be Issued in nny of the above
reliable Companion on application to
: W.TftTOTERSON, A Kent.
Office Main street, next door to M. A M.
Bank. mar21-ly
Franklin Insurance Company
<fr wKntfcnfo.
_8150,000.
nniKcroKs:
T. H,I^mn,TiP4flhall?,ow,npo.K.Wh?if,
Oeft. Mendel, John Zocckler. Sam I. McClel
lan, G. W. "Franrheim, 'Jhs. N. Vance, Alex.
Tacuhiin.
FTTH JS,COMPANY HAYING BEEN PULY
I onranlred, are prepared to take ii*ks at
fair rates on liulldlngsof all kinds. merehan
dii?e, manufacturing cntabliflinirntu, fttrul
ture.stcemlionts and mrpmi on the wpsti-m
riven* and lake*, and.also on the lives of per
sons for a term of year*. Thin Company of
ten* superior Inducements to fotment, where
by tl?oy enn be insured for three yeaiF, at re
duced rates. This l>elng n home Institution,
comtwftl'of sonic nlnet^-fonr stockholder*,
most of whom ore among onr best Imstnem
men, recommends itself to the favorable con
sideration orthe Insuring piddle, and solicits
their patronage. ?
. Applications for insurance will he promptly
attended to by the Secretary.
Office, No. 1 Mcl.uro House. being the same
formerly occupied by Admns* Express c 'o.
N". 0. ARTHUR, Secretary.
SAM7L MeCLELLAN, President.
GEO. MEN DEI j. Vice ,1 Resident.
S. C.' ARTHUR, Agent tor paying pensions,
re, No. 1 JfeLnre House, being the name
formerly occupied by Adams' Kxprew Co.
IN8URANCE.
OP WHKKLINO.
INCORPORATED IN 1837.
.RISKS AX THE I.OWEST RATfcS
"" all kinds, Steamboats,
nndise, and against .all
1 against all
itton orgouos
railroads.
Mid-1 ?
OLE, President.
dSpgenxU
OttllilUfi'
S. Brady, " James Dalzell,
JolraDonlon, Samuel Ott,
- WThe office of the Company has been re
.movedto No. ?0 Maty street.
0t?^,^r^^^rt?r"^??gpUy
tSransjjortetion.
n- y tt t; nn 1 ? ? t
Ohio Railroad.
Oppw*kBai.t.'& Ohio Railkoad Co.. 1
? Ty*rggfcfjfo STATtON, Nov. 6, lftH. f
PAtefcNOER'-TOXINS' WILL RUN BY
? the following schedule on and after Nov.
6th, lf&i: ? .
EXPRESS TRAIN.
wSTSShOltfO A;**. 1
Benwoofl -...HdR- M
Mounasvffie. 12tf0 14
Graftim33?? ?s05t\*.1
Oakland fcOO "
Cumberland .11:10 "
Martinsimrg. 8:18 a.*.
Wash. .I'tn,... &14 "
Arrive at? '
Baltimore ft 40 '
Returning, 1
Baltimore at.. 0:40 p.m.
Wash. J'tn....lO^T7 44
Martlnsbune~ 3c13a.m.
Cnmherland.. 7:10 44
Oakland 10:10 44
Grgfton 1:10 p. sr.
Motindsville_ ftl? "
ygs??-6:10
Wheeling 7:10 44
MAIL TRAJN.
Returning leave
Baltimore at _
eh Rail Road.
([Bhorieat find Quickest JRmde East and WrtL)
T^??^Y8afOMMENc
Mall;: Express. Express.
: 44 (/ClevelanduaftODpmii Bna ft.v>am
44 Crestline....^,12>Viam, 11:00am 11:00 a in
44 Ft.' Wayne7 mottm .rx20pm r^jipm
i" CaMcftTO~~*:~l&]Opm 1120 pm 11:20pm
44 IIarrI>p)urg? ttiam ifcOOnm l:lopm
4* Raltlmore..... 7**)am 1230pm ?ri:t5pm
" Philadelphia <}&* nP,n .S5pm
" New York..- lHSam 2^Rpm lOAOniii
: Tickets'to all principal ffcolntx in the Kiwi
ami West can be prgeurtslat the Union office
irfMcLureHoiifieand at tlieStation at Bridge
port, .v- ii r'.if: !?fiili ' :p. It. MYERS,
,mh3. ,t. . . , General Ticket Agent.
HEMPFEBLD RAIL ROAD,
f\ N AND A FTKItMONI>A Y, NOVEM HER
U the 28Ut| the trains on this road will run
a* follows, daily except Sutklayw:
Leave Wosmngton .! i ;? > .7% a. x.
3 p. *.
0 44
from Wheeling
i before 2 o'clock
the mnw day.
D* BURTON. Sup't.
Ohio nnd Mlwbwlppl Transportotloa
:!<*??
: "PHOPtK'te1
13 aily for L Piuis ville.
NEW

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