1TMDAY BOBVIKU, MCIT. 0.
Call for County Convention
Townihip Primary Meetings,
frflf CTiwnKctrnTK cowottitk
I of Ulilo louoty, W??t Va., respectfully
aJl * Convention of Uelecalea frixu each
ToamaiUp In Uu CoontjMoiuMat lit* Court
pom or putting in nomination ouulMat* to,
tejmwut Hi* Cooniy In iheUaMUvtaJatur*,
Kvl (Of tlw (election of IMeaatea tba senator 1
*1 DM let Convention, and well otlier bual
M M nay eoiue before lb* Uonveutkm.
Tin Cnlim vown of the several Towmlilpa
(X Ohio County will meet*! Uielr reaiiectlv*
ptaax of yiAlaf, on auunla*, aepirnikvr
llli. I KM, In Clberty, Trl?S?Jphl? awllllcli
land Towiulilpa, at a o'clock p.m.;ln WaOi.
!union, MailUon,I1ay, L'nlon, Ontie, V?l>
tur ami Kltchle Township at" o'clock p. m?
to appoint tlun Ualeiala to npmwnl their
Townabtps In Uw County Convention.
By onlerof Uwunlon Kxecutlv* Committee
of Ublo County, W. Va.
IlKNKY WALLACE, Ch'n.
M. L. HILL, Hecfy. napl-um
Wk puiillah on oar lint page a Hat of
Nation*) Bank* In this .State and In tho
adjacent counties of Ohio and Pennsyl
vania. They will he uaoful for refer
ence hy Ibone having business In their
aeveral localities. It is not likely that
the country hereabouts will go to seed
for want of bank capital.
The Jtlcbmond Time*, referring to
the coming session of the legislature
of that State, snys:
It should, as soon as the appropriate
committee nun report, iiljollsh slavery
In Virginia, without uny i|unllllcutions
or restrictions whatever. We do not
?wont to doctor und gulvanlte an insti
tution which litis censed to be useful In
this Stale. "Gradual emancipation,"
nnd the "apprentice system," are dan
gerous nnd pernicious qunek medicine*,'
which, after doing initch liiirin, will in
no ttuy belter tho present condition of
nlfulr*. Virginia bus, we tVel mwuri'd,
something bettor in store for her ttwin
the occupation of wet iiu/so for "negro
apprentices" for the next deuiulo or ho.
It 1* pleasant to seen Virginia editor
take mi sensible it view of tbo general
policy, which his Htntoought to pursue.
Hut we cnniiot help noticing tho fuel
Hint he in recommending tlio General
Assembly of Virginia, to al?li*h ml In
stitution which I* already ubollshcd,
even while we commend his good sense
In appealing to hi* fWlow-cltlzcns to
ubninlou nil attempt* to galvanize or
doctor *lnvery Into a temporary life.
It Is ii mutter of gratulatlon that he
?i*? tho folly of losing llmo In talking
of gradual eiiuinniputlon und the np
prentlce system. Wlmteverniiglit luive
been the merlin of n system of gradual
emancipation, if lliowur hud not struck
otr the shackle* of the sluve, It Is too
if1" now to conslner the subjyct. It Is
the Idea fairly into the head* of some
Southerners, that slavery Is abolished
by (Me 7mumatfd^o'r*Preald*nt Lin
coln, tliut now, to-day, not 6W of them
has the leaat right to demand labor ol
his former slavo any more thnu'of hi*
white neighbor. Tho Mississippi State
Convention hnd the disn>ramoiit to
recognlro tho Aictthiit*lavery wns abol
ished, nnd limited It* nctlon to forbid
ding the existence, that is, the re-estah
Ishinent of it.
A "SoldiKits' Memorial Society"
ha* been formed in Boston. It will
alin to collect snch narratives and
othor memorials of the heroism of tho
' soldiers as may be obtalneU far tho use
of the historian or student] It will col
lect many of the Journals or letters of
th? soldiers, which will throw Jlglit
upon tho history of the experience* o>.1il
deeds of tho bravo men. From time to
time It will publish such paperi os U
may deem wise to lay before tho world.
It will havo a rich mine to work. Somo
of tho most graphic nnd Interesting de
scriptions ever written may be found In
tho private lottors of our bravasoldlers,
many of whom were so skilled In writ
ing that their letters would hardly need
. revision for publication. Wo trust that
in other States some effort may be
mado to collect theso valuable memo
rials of tho wnr, before tboy are hope
lessly lost. Ofllclul reports of generals
may tell ns what was done by tho
troop# in divisions or brigades. But
these private Journals and letters tell us
what eaoh rlglmont, oach company, al
most what eaoh man did,
Tho Boston Society proposes ulso to as
sist In sustaining hospitals, schools and
other beneQclcnt Institutions in the
South. l!*v, Dr. Putnam Is the Presi
Ikon.?Tho Boston Traveller. snys
that " tho Iron Intorosta of this country
look exceedingly prosperous. Priced
hnxe advanced very largely and are
tending upward. It la staled that there
Is not a single ton of iron in the whole
Lehigh Vidloy remalng unsold tit the
present day. This Important branch of
Vniorlcan manufacture seems likely to
share in the prosperity which now at
tends many other branches of manufac
turing;, Then! la to be a ktrong effort,
It I* said, to obtain a further increased
protective duty upon Iron ns soon ns
Or*. Raxyon, whom the Sew Jer
sey Democrats nominated for Gover
nor, la a worthy cantUdate for them, we
should think. Kor In his speech, nc
ceptlngtho nomination, ho necus.* the
I nlon men or cherishing " the dlaboll
eal1 desine of making thc^lack man au
parlor to the-white." The Democrats
generally havobi<en content with accus
ing ns of dropping them down to the
level of the blacks. But the general In
bis fretli seal has ftiund nworseschemo
. thau that. Ho must havo beeii terrible
on a reconnolaaiioe, he sees so much.
Tub Xatioxal Dkdt.-Wo have re-!
celved from the Treasury Department
tho monthly statement of the Xutlonnl
Debt ns It stood August JJ.'ltWS. Tho I
Attorn*}* !? Ik* F?4er?t ?'??**?
fojwmui&'ft* Ukfl federal Cfcprt for
this district wllUhorfiy be In wajdon In
this ?Jt*, w?df?to lt?w* inopportoo*
tlrix tf bring Ut thkattenllon of lljt
tribunal, a* Wel5|* of the it""*1v?~
lli-, ?he1aw|*CS?gr?? requiring aMtr
nuft before practising In th? United
MUM||> Courts to take the ostb prescribed
by Congress to officers of the United
SUM; which Is slmTIsrtolhst required
of officers In till* State. By the terms
of lb* taw referred to attorneys were
forbidden to practise In the district
touita after the 4?b day of last March,
wlUiout having taken tills oalli. Six
months hate now elapsed since thatre
qulren?tnt caiue Inibtce, and so far or
known It baa not been applied to a aln
gl? attorney practising In the courts of
For the information of any who may
feel an Interest In the "enforcement of
the lawi," we reproduce bolli the law
requiring the oath of atforneys, and
that prescribing 11. We copy from tbe
U. S. Statute* at large, 2d Session, 38th
Cong., p. ?M:
and J'ir olMr purywn, "'T'V,
July tuo, eighteen hundred and rixfjf
teit enacted by ">' J!.??
\0J JteprtvnticUivet <t/ ^SSHit^S.
taf America.in CbnffftM oMtnuXea, Tnai
no person after the date of J['1"?ct shall
ho admitted to the bar of the Supreme
' Court of the United Htntes.or atnnv
time after the fourth of March next,
shall be admitted to the bar of any^Clr
oolt or District Court of the United
State*, or of the Court of OMina, a" an
attorney or counsellor of such courts,
or shall be allowed to f>PI^r "l,d
henrd In any such court, by virtue or
uny previous admission, or any fi**1*'
nnwer of nttornoy, unless ho shall have
llrat taken and subscribed Iheoath pre
Bcrlbed In " An Act to prescribe an
SrthTf ofllce, and for other purpose*,"
approved July two, U^bu?""
dred and alxty-two, according
to the forum and In tho
nor In the said act provided; which
said oath so takon and; HUlwcrtbod Hlmll
lie preserved amontf tlio fllo* of su< 1>
,.,lllr, u?d uny person who shall falsely
lake Uiesald oath shall bo guilty of per
lurv. and, on conviction shall bo liable
to tho pains and penalties of peijurj,
ui)d tho additional imiIiis uud penalties
in the said net? provided.
Approved, Jttritittrjr - 1,1WJ5.
Tho following is tho Act referred to
in the foregoing. * >Vo copy from the
Acts nnd Ueaolution* of tho second sos
nion Thirty-seventh Congress, (printed
by order of tho 8eiu?tc.) p. "10:
iln Act to prescribe an Oatho/ Office ami
Jfc TrZcXj'thc SmMe'mdnmte
of1JteprencHtativM oj the I niled Stateeof
America in OmffreM iu<?nAI?i,Thut
herenftcr every person elected or ap
pointed to nny office of
under the government of too Unltctt
States, either in tho civil, military or
stales. vmiu. ?ii?i? "*?, ,
dutien of t?uch olttco, and before .Vjjjjg
entitled to*ny of tho salary or other
emolument*thereof, take ana subscribe
i tho following oath or nfllrinfttlon s
??t A;n/dosQlerojily swear (or affirm)
that'l havo never voluntarily borne
!SS.ag.dngt tho United State* Jlnce I
lmvo been a cltlien thereof: that I havo
voluntarily given nould, rountennnce,
couu?el or encouragement to persons
engaged In armed hostility Uie"'t?;
th,Vt I havo neither sought nor am;pted
nor attempted to eiorcUo the fill otions
of any olllco whatever under any au
thority or pretended authority In ho*
titily to the United State* thnt I have
not vleldod a voluntary support to any
best of tny knowledge and ability, 1
will support and defend the constitu
tion o/ the United States against a
enemies foreign and domestic, thut
Hnl tear ?rueWth and allegionceto
tho same; that I take this obligation IVee
lv without nny mental reservation or
puprose of evasion i nud that I will well
and faithfully discharge tho duties of
the olllco on which I uui about to enter;
""wiilclvwdd oath, so taken and
shall bo preserved among tho llje* of
tho court, Houso of ConKross, or D<!P.1"''*
ment to,which tho said offlce may ap
nertidn And auv peTSon who shall
Shlsely take"he satd oath shall U.- guilty
of perjury, and on conviction, In addi
tion to tlo penalties now ,Pre?"U5*i
for that ofTeuce, ?b?JKb?^
his offlce, and rendored lnoipable for
ovor after of holding any office or placo
Under tho United States.
Approved July 2,1882.
West Vlrftsla I?o.t omco Mailer*.
The Postmaster General hasmadotlie
following onlcrs In reference to Post
Offices in this State:
Establish an olllco at liockford, Har
rison county, and appoint Mosas H.
lK>urs postmaster, on the route from
Lost Creek to Reeltree.
Appoint Juno Homing,..Postmistress
at Laurel Point, Monongalia county,
vloe F. P. Swisher, resigned.
Abraui B. Pratt, postmaster, Blaeks
vllle, Monongalia, county, West \ lr
ginia, vice NV P. Kelglov, resigned.
Reopen tbo fbllowlnftpoHt offices and
make appointment* ns follows :
Elk, Pncnhonta* county, Miss Mary
I Gibson postmistress, vice John M. Ilag
I **Eiray, Pocahontas county, Mrs. Ruth
i Moore postmistress, vice Georgo P.
; Merlin's liottom, Pocabontus county,
; Mrs. Susan Young postmistress, vice
Mill Point, Pocahontas county, John
McCurtv postmaster, vice W. H. Mc
C1Mlngo'Klat, Randolph county, Dan
iel Kelleson postmaster, vice W in. A.
Moore* ... ,
lIuttonsvilK'Uandolph county, James
Met'nil postmaster, vlco O. T. Kendall.
Pluenlxvllle, Morgnn county, Thom
as H. a Dnwson postmaster, vlco Hun
Thk trustees appointed to select a site
on tho battlelleld of Antlctam for a
cemetery for the brave loyal men who
; wore killed In the terrlblo contest which
'took place there, havo purchased n lot
near Sharpsburg, and in sight of Burn
; side's Bridge, awl of tlio plai-es ?-cu
; plcil as tho hoadqu^tcr* of McClcllau
andofI.ee. They Bftvo already Iden
? Utlod 2(120 of tho WOO or 8000 who foil;
i 17M by name and regimeut and State,
? and 0*18 by Stute alone. Tliey are still
! engaged fa tlie'work. Tlioy have lden
tlllod 2? Rhode Islanders by name, and
6 other* by the State alone.
Tiih report thatthe Goveruinent?ales
of hoises would ho stopped until It
I could be aeon what would be die result
Iof the threatened Indian disturbances,
waa a 116 put out In tho Interest of ?pec
ulators in forage.
Nrw Youe, Sept.The following
niter, wMrwued to Uw Oormot of
Virginia, ha. U?n fumialwd for publi
H. Plerponc, Governor of lllW*
Sir: I un directed by the Attorney Gen
eral to acknowledge the receipt of your
letter of the 6th Hat.) ?nd1o ?jr, In re-;
uly, that an far as tbw office ia concern-1
wi, you hare lit fall authority tew* j
Ing that the only Influence |**eibleto.
be exerted In the matter o/ pardooaoy ?
any agent* or attornay. or whaterer toe,
umv be, la to delay the petition. .All ?
canes coming under the thirteenth
caption, and all civil oQSuxn having j
your recommendation, need nothing
further. They are approved by the At
torney General aa a matter of courae. j
The President daciaree that any inti
mation that money Cina?eUt?peU-j
tiouer la a gioaa i nault to thla whole of
fice, from himaelf to hla hmubleat m?a-1
1 hui, ?lr, vnry rmpectfully your obe
PLSAKAjrra, Par Jon Clerk.
MA it HI ED.
On Sept. 4th, at Wett Alexander, by Hqnlre
Munwi. hcmoow. toMk? Lisa* H*"
I.1KEBIROEB?On- the 4U> ln*t., ?t Brn
The funerei will take place al S o'clock, thl.
(Tuu?Uy) eflernoon from tbe rtaldraee oC her
parents at Benwood.
DftlUmore paper! plewe copy.
COCO CREAM FOB THE IIAIB.
Coco Cream [or tbe Hair.
Coco Cream for the Hair.
Away wttli jour CI my Hair.
Away Willi your Grey Hair.
No more rancid Pomades! I
Nomorontndd Pomade* !1
you want aometblng elegant.
If you admlne delldoua Perfume,
If you dodreflofl 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 Bandmlf,
Use the Coco Cream.
U?e the Coco Cream.
Una Uw Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Cream.
Umi the Coco Cream.
i Price 115 cent* u bottle.
For tale by
LAtJOnUNB A HUH11 FIELD,
j?jj Wheeling. W. Va.
EVERY ONE II1IOIIIJ1 I'M
TIAtl.H VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAJR
REN KWKIt?That splendid prepnratlon for
the Hair, which U tot becoming so popular,
and so much enquired for.
No one wlio ha* u??d It will ever give up
"YtU a Vegetable t-'omronnd, and contains
no Injurious properties whatever.
It will wtore Gray lta^rfn^?,1?r.
It will prevent the Hair from jMuna out.
It i* recommended ami used by the flrat
mcdlcnl authority inUio
lle particular to aak for lUtrtVinrrAiitl
Juli-2m f |
COU1ATTK 1IOXEY SOAP.
Th la celebrated TOILET SOAP, In uneh Uni
term! demand, la made from theCholcenfma
lerlAls, In MILD nnd EMOLLIENT In Its na
ture, FRAGRANTLY SCENTED, and ex
tremely DENE1CIAL In II* action upon the
kin. For sale by all Druggist. ami Fancy
Poods Dealers. mtrlMydAw
>IEW~ < ARPm
Carpets of every description
Jmt rwelvedby H, a llABBOlJlt,
Mpl lit Mnln street.
IANCY MEIUNO BUGGY AND DOOR
^MatMuat received. ? c ?ARB0Ult
OTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINB,?A
large stock Jtut received^ uajujOUIL
JU!HSELS AND VELVET HAMACK8
Just received. H. C. HARBOUR*
LARGE STOCK OF DUTCH WOOL,
i LARGE STOCK OF DUTCH WOO]
A Hempand IU?C^^^l
Q-n WIDE BELTS IN BLACK AND
IKUPRERS AND JOUVm KID GLOVES,
ATA MKETING OF THE DIRKCTORS
A or the AtrlcaUunil Bocktjr. It ww
Jittolvrd, Tliatany powon diwlron* of Mem
tMmdilpIn U?oiM??wwUon.iil?oulU pay Uie?um
of ten (iollnns end I* Hufyrct to wlnilMon at
the lUncrcUon of the Jtoonl.
Apply nt the omo. of pffrKftH0Nja,
next, at tho front door or the Court flomw ol
120, LoU IW ?'?K'Xji?
... ... ino irom uuur ?? ??' v???? ??i
Ohio county. eommendnM wIi *Ip at tni
oek A. u.. lot" numt.wl ll?. Vjof l/)t
LSI, Uila IM and I Ob, all on Zane alrejlalao
? ll, 12, dquaiaw.
" fV, lf?, MquareJT
9,10, nquare 37.
3, square 37.
2, II, 12,Nquare42.
?? 6,0, ?|uan? 44.
M 2,niuiuv4R. . .v,
Tkmcm or hale?Tho pnrchMer may at bh
aix and twelve
Tim sale of the above property tai pottopoed
till MtnrdM, the ?lh day of Heplem
brr. on which clay the Zane iitreet propertA*
will bewld at tho t'ourt lloune, at 10 o*c!odc
n. n?.: and the balance of the property on the
iirtmilM* in lUUshletown, at'J o'clock \\ m.
WTT. HAVE IlEMOVEDTO THE LARGE
Yy bulldlngx recently occupied by Mwnx,
I..C. Frwt A Co., No. 15,17and 19, Main street,
where we will alway* lie ft Hind with a lance
awortment of Groceries lVovWon*, Groin.
8*hxI, Ac., to which we invite the attentlou of
our triendfiaud cw4oine?and the communl
^Jsssm ' -PRVOR. HAND LAN * CO.
Strayed or Stolen.
r\S THE NIGHT OF THE 2ITII INST
VJ via stolen or wtroyed from tho Ntableof
the nulwcrlber, living In Centre Wheeling, a
black Horse, 4 yearn old, between 15 and 16
hands high;- he haawalM on the shoulder*. A
liberal reward will be p^$l?$ NEK,"
aepl-lw at the Creek Bridge.
I 1VIUII> WSNNET-A FHBSH 8UP
I j Just received and for ??to at F- Bl.
TWn Odd Fellow's HaU Drug Store.
USD OP W WILL BE PAID
?corny otti* tody of John Ban
rix> ?h dimmed In the rivw on
? JAS. HANAGHAN,
rrOTE OVERSEERS OP THE POOR OF
TnouipMO, agt^lPyearwWm. Henry Thocup
?on, aged 7 yean; sad Charles Kyadk, a^l I
TWi) white they cm learn None uaeAil
trad*. Apdr to A. J?. TODD,
WUKKLIKO, Sept. 4th, lHTx
"II7-HEREA8. THERE ARE ACCUMULA
\Y tionsof 01th and unhealthy matter in
many of the street*, alleys, and ground* with*
in thtodty.the removal of which to impera
tively called for In view of sanitary Interest*,
1 hereby require the Street Commiwtoner, the
raembs? of the Board of Health, and the
Sergeant* of the city, to forthwith enforce
all the sanitary lawn, regulation*, and onli
Their aeveral department*.
who may know of the existence,
* the city, of unhealthy deport*.
JX the member of the Board of
Health Ittr the Want in which they are.
All theofllcen above named will be held
strictly accountable for the prompt perform
ance of their aeveral duties.
aepMl A. J. SWEENEY. Mayor.
i Property for Sale
_ BELL ON MONDAY, THE
f September, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
1 on the corner of Mulberry alley
?*"*Lwlth a front of 00 feet We
tt into SO or SO fort Lot* to
crvlnga 12 foot alley In the
For particular* enquire of
WML F. PLTBIWON, or
?epM* J. K. BOTBFORD.
Property for Sale.
TlHE PVr'ILlXNO HOUSE ON QUINCY
I Street, brtwrcn Fourth and Fifth, now oc
cupied bv R#v. Mr. MofllL Alto, the adjoin
ing House now Occupied by Mr. Hall. Also,
the property On Market street, known aa the
Old Jail, with the tenement on the buck end
of lot, and frame house adjoining the Old
J All,will bejfold at a bargain. If not sold by 5th
of October, the property will bo offered at
public wle. Apply to
sepfclm* A. ALLEN HOWELL.
WILL SELL THE HOUSE AND LOT I
now live in on Water Htreet, It front* 42 feet
he* by M feet deep. There to a very com
modious dwelling house with 8 rooms nnd a
bath house, with both hot and cold water.
Htable and ice house?all In good repair. I
will sell my groceries and give poftMHslon to
the person purchasing If they want them, a*
I wish to quit buslnc*. For particulars In
quire of J. K. BOTHFORD,
wep4-tf Water St., Wheeling, W. Va.
J. X. DILLOX, a MninAHD ?!?*? RICHARDS,
J. r. THOMHWN, "? j, B. 1IU01I t?.
Dillon, Thompson, & Co.,
109 Market Street,
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS OA? A STEAM
JL Fitters, lira* Founder* and Ooneml Ma
chinists. Dnlem in Gas Fixtures, Lead and
Wrought Irai Pipes, Oil Well TooU ntjd Tu
bing, sheet Jd'iul, Crucible*, Mono Drain Pipe,
all Kind* and size* of Brass Cocks, Pumps,
steam flttiupi, steam Whistles, .-team nnd
WuterTTUatf**, Sinks. BhUi Tubs. Ac., Ac.
llnu* Casthipt of nil kinds made to order.
Order* frou country promptly attended to.
Cash paid Or old copper, brass, and lead.
UKNJ. i\ LITTLE.
.TAMES C. ORR & CO.,
FAIL TRADE, 1865.
Books and Stationery,
WIItiLlMALE AXD RETAIL.
WE HAVE RECEIVED AND ARE
daily receiving an immenso stotk of
all good* fnour line.
Wo would call the attention of all Country
Merclumts, Booksellers, Druggi?t? and Deal
ers to examiic our stock of
SCHOOL, 1AW, MEDICAL,
JUVENILE and MISCELLANEOUS
Alio, the IxM brand* of ,
ENGLISH, FRENCH and AMERICAN
CAP, LETTER, NOTE and BILLET
GOLD AND STEEL PENS,
SCHOOL AND COUNTING HOUSE SLATES,
RED AND BLACK INKS,
A large and full assortment of
Wall Papers, Borders,
FIRE SCREEN WINDOW SHADES,
Our stock bclngpurrhosed far Cash we offer
It at OREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Olve us a call at 1M Main street, five doors
above M. A M. Bank.
Country Order* Solicited. sepS-lw
T>Y TWO MORNING NEWSPAPER COM
D ponton, in n respectable private family,
within Ave minutes walk of the Port Office. I
Addrem P. 0. Box .178, Wheeling, W. Va.
Store Boom for Bent. !
A STORE ROOM, UNDER THE hPRIGG
A House, corner of Bprigg House Alley, to
ottered for rent. Apply at the store.
DO 75. WISH ART'S PINE TREE TAR J
? Dos. Hall's Balaam.
00 " Sellers' Cough Syrup, at
hccabSl:kraft a c o's,
mart and REED, KRAFT*COU
JUST OPENED BY*?
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
STOCK UNUSUALLY LARGE AND
ALL THE LATEST NOVEL
TIES OP FOREIGN, AS
WELL AS OF DOMES
TIC MANUFACTURE, ALL AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Real Irish Poplins In
"Moon on the Lake."
Colored end Blark Alpacra*, .
AU Wool IV Lalne*,
Plain Silks, all colon,
Rich Rack Silk*,
Plain White 811k*,
Merrimack Print*, Ac.
All Wool Blanket*.
Table Para auk*,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting*,
Caahmerine for Spreads,
JUST OPENED BY
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
Long and Square Black Tlilbct Shawl*.
Double Width Block De Lalnc,
Blaek Queen* Cloth, ?
Block Knalbdi Crepe,
Crepo Veils and Collars,
Block Prints and Clilntoc*,
Jn*t received by
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
Einb'd Hand kerchieft,
FRENCH SKIRTING CAMBRIC,
amir. OEO, R. TAYLOR.
FORMEHPHIM ABTII XKW ORI.EAXN.
mmm The fine, light draught Meamer.
r^^^pEQLAH.Cppt. Q. K Boley, wllf
_ leave for above and oil Interme
le points, till* afternoon at A o'clock.
For freight or poxsaae apply on board or to
boothTbattelle A CO.,
FOR MARIETTA A l'ARKKRMBl'RU.
(IN PLACE OF THE MEAOLE")
. Tlio fine light draught *teamer
; JK^KKVEXUE, Cnpt. J. T. Unwell,
nj. M. Li*Ji, clerk, will leave a*
above every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 11 o'oloek a. in. Returning?leaven
Parket*burg evey Tuesday, Thumlny, and
Soturduy nt 5 o'clock ?. nT
For ^ht^^a^o^hoa^or to
?epS-tf ^ ' " ' Agent*.
NOTICE TO M1IIPPERM AND TRAV
For New Martinsville, NlnlenvlIIe, St.
Harys, Marietta, and Parkersbunr.
(IN PLACE OF THE EXPRESS,)
iru. Jr., will ran a* a Kegula
.Wheeling and Farkeiwurg,
leaving Wheeling every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday at 10X o'clock A. M.
For freight or pa*Nige, having superior ac
commodation*, apply on board, or to
BOOTH, BATTELLE A CO?
Regular Pittabni-Kh, Wheeling and
The New and Elegant I
John ? ?
eaves Plttaburgh for Parkereburg every
Wedneaday and Saturday at IS M.: leave*
Steamy FOREST CITY. Captain
Gordon, A. R. Bunting Cl'k,
nniumuH,* unu oviiiiitajr ml ai>. inivra
Wheeling for Parkcnthurg every Wednesday
and Saturday at 12P. M.; leave* Parkereburg
for Pltt*bureh every Monday and Thunday
at 2 P. M.; Leave* Wheeling for PItt*burgh
every Tuesday and Friday nt 7 A. M.
Freight received for Plttaburgh every Mon
day and Thursday at the Wharf Boat until &
M.. by BOOTH, BATTELLE A CO..
angl7-tf Agent*. I
THVRMDAY EVENING. KEPT. 7 th.
T>ROF. J. DIGGETT BEOS TO A N
, JL nounce to the citizen* of Wheeling that
I he will give u Grand Vocal and InMrurueu
tnl Concert In the above Hall, aarinted by the
following arti*t* from Pltutburg: Prof C. Tete
douz, Prof. U. Pollock, Mr. C. C. Mellor, and
Mm AnnieSbelb. Also, Prof. J. Ebert, Mr. S.
P. Wheeler, Mm. Dlggct and Mia* Hall, of till*
i Prot Dlggctt a*Ruri? u* thnt this will be a
First Cla**Concert. Ho will Introduce for the
tint thne In thi* city, Mendelmhon'* Grand
Wo for Piano, Violin and Vlolinccllo. Tlii* 1*
one of the flneat of Metidclwhou'ii composi
tion*. Al*o, a Grand Duetto from tho Opera
of Gulllaurae Tell, (-nrnponed by O. A. Onborne
and C. De Beriot. This i* one of the linett Du
I ettoaever written for Planoand Violin. Al*o,
TheOipales Laughing Trio, (vocalV. Thl*i*a
very merry Trio, and to a cheerful audience
the Oliject will be ftilly realized. Ail lovera of
attending good Concert* will do well by at
tending th& atoo.
Programme* will be imued In a few day*.
Price of Adratanion 1.91 00.
(No extra charge for reserved neat*.)
A diagram of the Hall can be seen at Mr. J.
B. Mellor1* Musk? Htore, 130 Main street, on
Tuesday the 5th of September, at 10 a. m.
The Grand Knnbe Piano, u?ed on thl*occo
*ion, will be furnished by Mr. J. B. Mellor.
New Fall Dreds-Goods,
Just Opened by J. ft. Rhode*.
Tl LACK AND COLORED FRENCH ME
X) rino*, very cheap foburgHand Alpaocan,
Rich Plaid lViplin* and Melange*, MOOyord*
handsome American DclalneC Lnpin'* best
double and Mingle width Wool Detain*, Brad
ley'* celebrau-d Duplex 8klrt*, Bruntr'* be*t
rnalco of Balmoral*. augS5
SCHOOL BOO KM.
w . AT REDUCED PRICES,
W. P. MCKELVEY,
8ept-3T Cor. Market and Quincy sts.
the uarr n the chkapkr.
% -Jv 01
Wm. Enabe & Co's.
Are now acknowledged by the proft?ton ]
Being Uw unljr Agent In Weet Vlixlnlm <
MOfer eupenur inducement* To
Purchasers and Dealers,|
Ami always has a fine stock on hand
FOR EXHIBITION AND HALE.
Bradbury, N. Y.,
A. H. Gale & Co., N. Y.,
Jas. W. Bose, Boston,
G. A. Miller & Co., Boston,
Ami oUiwb, nl Price* from
S300 to S1QOO.
A nitten gwuunteo wlfl> overy Imtromenl.
arAGENIB WANTED for Wert VlrglnU
Ohio and Ponnijtlvanto.
JESSE B. MELLOR,
?as M?in hitmi.
Hole agent for Wm. Knabe & CVM. PImion.
NEW STOBEI NEW STORE I!
Music arid Variety
No. 108 Alain St., above Monroe, near Stein's
Ei A< WEBER,
mEACHEB OF MUSIC AND ORGANIST
1 extensively known In tills city and vWn
Ity, beg* leavo to aunoonoe tbatTO-MOR^
IUAvTtUESDAY, TT3E Cth INSTANT, he
will open his new Music and Variety Store,
where he will keep on hand an awortmenl
of Pianos, (among them Stein way*, and Ha
eleton's, of NewYork J MModeona, sheet Mu
lie, Including the boalnetrucUon Book*, and
latent Sheet Publication*, Violin*, OulUns
Flutes, Acootdeonaand BunJosof thebeat for
eign and American make, German and Italian
Btrings. Aim,Stationery, PhotogrsphicGoods
He will promptly attend to any orders for
Manlo left at the store.
? Instructions on
ad In Thorough
, , or at his Mane
Room, (103 Main Street,) where a fine Piano
kept tor practice.
choirs, GloeClubs,and VocalClasMfttend*
Arrangements r?re also being made for
?ntlng out Pianos.
Keeping only tl le best of Goods on hand,
having adontra tiie motto oTquick soles and
small profits, being always up to the times?
he respectfully be speaks the patronage of the
public. _ eTa. WEBER.
WHmwfl, W. Va., June Oth, 1885.
"The Seoret Service, The
Field, The Dungeon, and
By Albert l>. RlohnrdNon,
X. Y. Tribune Correspondent.
mHE MOOT INTERESTING AND EXCIT
I Ingbook everr published, embracing Mr.
IUchanLfon'sunpf iralleled experience for four
year*; traveling t'nrongh the Houth in ti?e se
cret sprvlce or the Tribune at the outbreak of
the war, with oi?r armies and fleets both East
and West, during the first two yearn of the
Rebellion; his thrilling capture; his confine- ?
ment for twenty months in seven different
; Ills escape, and almost rnlracu
. ? V night or nearly 400 miles. It
will abound in Mtlrrlng event*,and cwntsin
? other w
Teachers, ladles, energetic young mon.n
?.. disabled oflloere a
n. We have agents clearing 11150 per mouth,
ilch wo will prove to any donbting appll
?L Hend for circular*. Add re**
;"?? inxviiK. innnutiK-fWiu milium ?iiunu
lousjoumey i>y night of nearly,400 miles. It
* nd in stirring events, and contain:
4s fact, Incident, and romance of the
any other work vet publishud.
i, ladles, energetic young mun.and
especially returned and disabled officer* and
soldiers, In wiuit of profitable employment,
will find It peculiarly adapted to their condi
tion. w * if--...* ,v
i cant. ? F _
jones, BlioaA CO.,
N. E. cor. Oth and Minor Hta. IMilla., Pa.
HATS AND CAPS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Harper & 33ro.
ia? * 77 Main utrM-t, Wheeling.
We hive jtat roooivod oar entire
FALL AND WIN TEH STOCK
IIAT8 AND CAP8,
Which we will sell ni the lowest posKiblel
HARPER a* bro.
auglfMMcw anU LC'GAN, LIST & CO.
A. M. ADAMS & CO.
GEMOTS fumhshoro qoods^
N?. M W?t?r mill.
tmt Mlwtadl?!Vjn ot
Pall 8c Winter Goods
ever bnxutit to Uil>iuiM,lt Goto FMCM,
I*richly aaottoL B?dn? 5w*bSri?
aotbln. Ira?ln?.w? n hluir
line in U?e dty.
We are nelllnK Roods lower than any
Wehnv* * l*nP> ?<nck of
Ready Made Clothing
n??s^ ^ ottKSi In th? dtr
?VflpAClml otwnllon given to'tn# (lllltif of
rnnFOEK suits '
...,-? i?i >??
Made to ordef on ahort notice.
?pMm A.M. APA*??CO
tikeT'l<?ure in umoandnt that th?y will
1' 'stock exhibition
Fair Graiis on wmint Island on
October 10th. Ulh, 1Mb, * 1Mb, IMS.
r Ruietc m?5
M. B?nk. PreTi?f$ifK WWM.?
?Wbeelln*. W. V?-. Am. 88. lMC-tf
itantly on hand a fall assortment ofMi
i nanu u ?uu ? ?--a;
j. 8. trimble & co.,
plobh* akd?a? fHteb*.
CINCIPTN-ATI, OHIO. /
SILAS F. MIIXER. r?jSS|^<jeta 01
rr AVlS'1 E A HE
i^MMitoowlblo mviner, I aolldt * ?h?n>
mllE STEWARD'S INN OF I1ETHANY
* .?,lnn onmmMVM nn the
,uroinin?*lnte anoui nny
u?nn*wlllN? made an inducements any one
rowadng satisfactory qualifications, Appll
?-W"? CURTIS, ,
?n?>??Tln?ror rent .Jll.erof
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