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I SATI Ki.U NOB\l.\(j. SEPT. 9. I Union Men ! remember the primary Iieetings to-night. Turn out in your trength. Got Bargain*.? \ frw Jays since we rere passing down 1 >urth street .when ur attention w. ittracted by the ring is c or a small beU in the hands of the iherifl; who was standing at the Court louse door surrounded by a small irivof admiring friends, who appeared j bo very much interested in his iuu iiil performance. Wo stepped over ud joined the party, and soon ascer >iined that the officer of the law pro ved to sell a large amount of real ?tate, consisting ot farms and witter trivileges. Lots in the city and lots in ;ie country. The owners of this prop ?rty had failed to pay th?ir taxes.pn the ,:mie, and it was now to be put np at ublic auction and sold to the bidder v.iio would take the least amount of my given piece of land and pay the :axes due thereon, with the understand ing that the former owner would have Hie privilege of redeeming the same within two years by paying back the amount invested, with ten per cent in terest. The sale commenced and we could scarcely credit our senses when oneofonr particular friends, whTo is'a member of the Wauhoo Fishing Club, purchased an elegant water lot, situated ? n Wheeling creek, for the astonishing low price of five cents. Our ambition was fired, and we at once discovered that here was a glorious opportunity lor us to make a speculation and secure a country seat and perhaps an oil tract. We are happy to say that we succeeded in both expectations, and now consider onrselves as one of the landed aris tocracy. Our purchases consist of t^> splendid tracts, one containing thirty poles and , the other two acres. For the first we are to pay six hundred aud ninety mills,! and for the latter one hundred and sixty mills. The first tract is sup]>osed to be located on Short Creek, and from the geological formation of the country we are sure that the thirty poles will prove to be the exact centre of the irreat oil basin. We intend, as soon as a com pany can be formed for the purpose, to bore for a flowing well.instead of sink ing a vertical shaft as has been done by the old fogies who have preceded us in the oil business. Wo will boro hori zontally into the side of the hill, until the oil commences to flow, thus pre venting the possibility of failure. Any one sending ?10 will secure a share in our never-failing well. Our other purchase will be occupied as the home farm on which we will erect a palatial residence at our earliest convenience. In the meantime architects and master builders may send in proposals for first class buildings. They will please make them forJditTerent sired buildings,of va rious styles of architecture,with the un derstanding that they are to receive their pay when we have struck oil, or if they prefer it,we will secure them by giving a first class mortgage on the plantation. Upon inquiry, we find that the sheriff is unable to tell us exactly where our tracts are to be found. This makes it necessary lor us to employ a few good surveyors who will be able to find them, even if they should be cov ered by laipls belonging to other par ties. We will be glad to accept the ser vices of any gentleman in this line who will be willing to take a few shares in the never-failing well,and pay cash for the excessover their fair compensation. As we do not wish to have our estate sold by the sheriff, we desire the next Legislature to pass a Homestead law exempting not less than two acres from sale for taxes. The two conventions which meet next week to make nomi nations for the House of Delegates,will doubtless adopt resolutions on this sub ject, and unless the candidates put in nomination pledge themselves to sup port this just and humane measure. We will feel ourselves at liberty to vote for whom wo please, which will most certainly result in their defeat. The heavy outlay of ready cash involved in this purchase will be counterbalanced by our improved credit with the Rank ers and tailors of the city, to whom we are disposed to extend a liberal share of our patronage. When onr oil ter ritory Is fully developed, we feel confi dent that we shall be worth considera ble, if not more. Our friend of the Wauhoo Club, who purchased the water lot, is preparing to convert it into a fishing gronnd, and has gone east to procure the neceseary fixins' for estal> lishing an oyster bed. Township Meetings.?The Union Executive Committee, at its late meet ing, fixed upon this (Saturday) evening as tho time for holding the various township meetings to appoint delegates to the county convention, which will meet at the Court House on Tuesday next. This is a very important matter, and should receive the earnest atten tion of our citizens in every township. It is desirable that every township shall bo represented in the convention,, and those interested in tho matter should see that meetings are held and jtfeegates chosen. Died at Clarksburg.?A message was received hero yesterday, announ cing the death of Mr. Wm H. C. Payne.at Clarksburg. His relatives reside in Parkersburg. Mr. Payne, however, had made Wheeling his home for many years past, having been In the employ of several of tho leading business houses of tho city, as salesman and traveling agent. He had an extensive acquaintance and a large circle of per sofltf .friends, who will hear of his ith deep regret. Body Recovered.?The body of Jas. Hanuchau, the boy who was drowned at the wharf on Sunday last, was recov ered at New Martinsville, on Thursday afternoon. The steamer Revenue was passing up when some one on board observed the body floating by, notice was given to parties on shore, who rowed out in a skill' and towed it to shore. The Revenue landed and receiv ed the remains, which she brought up and delivered tQ the parents yesterday morning. Fall Bonnkts.?It may interest lady readers in pursuit of tho latest fashions, to kuow that bonnets, this fall, are made lower in the neck, leaving much less room for "waterfalls," which will probably be tabooed together before Christmas. Gilt ornaments are in vogue, many of tlicdcsigus representing coins. Cloaks are to be worn full in the back. Small sleeves still predominate; some are closely fitting at the hand. Police.?For the last two days busi ness has been dull at the police court, there being but one case each day. Trade in this line la very irregular, it bring ? feMt or a Cimino. Democratic Primary Meetings Last Night.?The democracy held pri mary meetings last night in Clay, Mad ison, Washington and Union townships. From the first named the following gentlemen were elected as delegates to their Cownty Convention next Monday, viz: Messrs. James Mathews, Dr. Baird, O. S. Long, Israel UpdegralT and John Hall. From Madison township, Messrs. J. M. Bickel, S. F. Farls, W.T. Chambers, P. E. Zinn and Daniel Schambra were elected. From Washington township, Messrs. John F. Baer, John Mootli, A. J. Pan nel. M. Edwards and John Ilftghes were elected. From Union, Messrs. S. R. Tingle, Thomas O'Brien, Samnel Harper, Aug. Rolf and James M. Ewing \yere elected. Federal. Court.?The Court was en gaged yesterday in trying the cases of Levi Gardiner and John Gardiner of Hancock county, indicted for making false returns. Levi Gardiner was found guilty but has not yet been sentenced. In the other case the jury had not agreed upon a verdict when the Court adjourned. The Grand Jury has not yet completed its labors, but we under stand has already found true bills against several parties for violations of the revenue laws. Offenders will yet find that the way of the transgressor is hard. Run Over.?On Thursday evening, as Dr. McBride and the band were pas sing down Main street, Centre Wheel ing, a child was accidentally run over by the doctor's carriage, and it was thought very seriously injured. Dr. McBride visited it at the house of the parents and paid every possible atten tion. At last accounts it was in a fair way to recover. We would call attention to the ad vertisement of the Belmont County Agricultural Society in this day *s paper. We are informed that every prepara tion is making for a grand display at St. Clairsville on the 27th, 28th and 29th i nsts. Our brethren over there desire a large attendance from this side of the river as well as their own. Arrested on Suspicion.?The Pitts burg papers notice the arrest of Jacob Fox, who represents himself as a citi zen of Wheeling. It appears that he entered a store and purchased some j goods, tendering a fifty dollur treasury note in payment for the same. The proprietor not being able to make the change, Fox produced a roll of small bills and paid for the goods. The Pitts burghers, not being used to seeing a man with so much money, had him arrested and confined on suspicion. Will Cat.l.?Mr. C. A. McClaskv, editor of the-Grafton Enterprise, is now in town and will call upon our business men for the purpose of solicit ing subscriptions and advertising pa tronage. The Enterprise is a live news paper, and ably conducted. We re commend Mr. McClaskey to the favora ble consideration of our citizens, and are confident they will find it to their interest to patronize him liberally. We are pleased to see Mr. Frank Cozad, one of the editors of our excel j lent cotemporarv, the Upshur County Republican, in attendance at the Feder al Court. Rivkr.?Business on the landing has been very dull for the past three days, but very few boats have arrived and departed. Yesterday evening the river was falling with between eight and nine feet in the channel. The l*ine Grove will leave for Cincinnati this evening | at five o'clock. The sudden increase of heat in the last few days, renders it necessary for many to use a tonic and corrective, in order to prevent ill consequences from errors in diet. lagan's Essence of Ja maica Ginger is an elegant article for this purpose, and should be in every family. Sold by T. H. Logun ?fc Co., i and I^ogitn, "List ?fc Co., Druggists, W heeling. * sepl-3t A 4'ABD. A fal*e charge having been put in circula tion. which is calculated to injure my repu tation, I desire in this public manner to deny all connection with the same und to denounce the authors of the slander as men who have wilfully and maliciously sought to injure the reputation of an innocent man. I will also pay a rewanl of twenty dollars for Informa tion that will lead to the detection of the authors of the slanderous charge. It. E. VANCE, It-1 Marttus Fern-, Ohio. AND NTILL ANOTHER Wonderful Cure. The KlnK of Pnlii fttiu Doing Wonder* Whkkuxo, Sept. 7 th, lflK. This is to certify that I had been lying in the hospital at Pittsburg, eight months under mcdlcal treatment, and received no benefit until hearing of Dr. Mcltrlde In Pittsburg, I was Induced to send for a bottle of his medi cine. My disease was inflammation of the kid neys-. derangement of the liver, and dy*i?ep sla. I was under the impression many times that I couM not por?iih]y recover, but by fol lowing Dr. Mcliride'ft directions I am liappy to say that I have been perfectly restored to health, and able to do a full day'n work. I am now working for Mr. Kelly-brother of A. Wilson Kelly. JOHN BURNS. $oots ana 5Uo?s. BOOTSAND SHOES. \ WII O.J* E.W AI^E. M'CLELLAN &5KNOX 65 HAIN ntreet 1WIHEELINO. ?yyt have hot received oub Spring and Summer Stook BOOTS AND SHOES' Which wffl be sold lower than the same QUALITIES can be bought In PHILADEL PHIA or BALTIMORE. mh2I IM'clelan * knox. grtj ?ooflj. GREAT EXCITEMENT! OFEISTIISIGr or THR NEW STORE. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! |NEVY0UY GOODS STORE WlIOLEMALr. AXD RF.TAU JACOBS & BRO., Have just opened a large sttM-k of Fall and Winter Press Goods, comprising nil the latest Purls ami New York tashiou*. Have just opened the following assortment: itlack niul Fancy Silks, French Merinoes?all colon?. All Wool Plaids 44 44 Delaines Broche Repps, Saxaway Stripes, Coburgs?all colors. Figured Alpacas Alpacas ??all colon. Poplins?all colors. AImo, tlie follow insr: I Cloaks, Broche Shawls, All Wool do.. Plaid J do., Hlark do., Children^* Cloaks and Shawls, I Cloaking*, Ac. DOMESTIC GOODN. Brown and Bleached Muslins, 44 ** 44 Sheetings, Ginghams Calico**, Ac. HOUSEHOLD (iOOlM. Table Pnmnsks. Linen Table Covers, Nap kins, Linen Sheetings, Towels, Counterpanes, Blankets Ac. We have also received a large stock of La dies' Kid Gloves, Silk <Sloves. Wool Gloves, Cotton Hose, Linen Handkerchiefs, Cellars and Setts. Embroideries, Inserting*, Hoop Skirls. Italmomls, CoraetH, Ac. We are daily receiving all the latest styles of Press Goods from New York. We will lx? most happy to see the ladles of Whirling and the surrounding country, as we will be pleased to show our g?n*ls, for we are positively sell ing our goods at New York prices. JAIWBS A imo., 1?? Main street. Wheeling, W. Va. a JACOBS & BRO., AVE JUST OPENEI> A STORE UN der the McLure Bouse, containing a ;e stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, which we offer at low prices. Our stock com pri*t*s the following named goods: Genu*' Flue LJuen shirts, 44 4* Flannel Shirts, 44 44 All Wool Undershirts, 44 44 44 Drawers 44 44 l.inen Handkerchiefs 4 4 44 Collars 44 Fancy Neckties, And everything else In the Gents* Furnish ing line. We also offer our stock of Clothing, Hats ami Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Va Uses to wholesale dealers. As we intend to sell our Clothing positively at cost, to make room for our Do* Goods, we offer our Cloth ing to dealers at prices to suit tlietn. JACOBS A BRO., sep-VCm McT.iire House. TJ. S. Sanitary Commission j Army & Navy Claim Agency. NO CHARGE FOR SERVICES. JAMES M. SCROOIN, Local Agent. Office, Grafton, 111 Va. mHE II. 8. SANITARY COMMISSION. X desiring to relieve soldiers, sailors and their fiuniMra from the heavy expenses usually paid for the prosecution or such claims hav * established this Agency, to col lect pensions, arrears of pay, bounty and other claims against the Government, without charge or expense of any kind ichatcter to the claimants. On application sent to this Agency, stating the name and i>ostoflicc address of the claim ant, the name, rank, company, regiment, ser vice, ami State of the soldier on whose ac count theelaiinis made, date of discharge or death, the proper blanks will lie filled out as far as possible ami forwarded to the person applying. The**? can then be executed and returned to tliLs office, where the claim will be prosecuted to a final issue In the shortest po??iblc time. jylS-eod G0d WEWT VIRGINIA j Religions Book House! No. 22 Monroe Ntr., "Wheeling, rEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A large and si .lend id assortment of Family and small Bibles, all styles and prices. Prayer and Hymn Books of all denomina tions and in every style of binding. Theological and Religious books in great variety. Our stock of Sunday School Library, Ques tion, Hymn.Musieand claw Books, Catechism, Rewards, Speller*, Primer*, Tickets Picture i Cards Bible and Teacher's helps are ample for the wants .of Sunday Schools of every kind. A liberal donation to all Sunday Schools purchasing libraries. A liberal discount to Ministers and Theolgl cal Students. GEO. W. STONER, Local Agent. Sole Agent for the mast deservedly popular 8unday School Music Book, "Musical Leave*," by Phfiip Philips Cincinnati. dec2D-Ju!5 NESBITT & BRO., No. 46 Slnin Street, Centre Wheeling, Went Vn. Manufacturers of A lValenfin all kinds of Tin & Sheet Iron Ware, I Stoves Brass, Copper and Enaruled Kettles I Fruit Cans Table Cutlery, Brittanla Ware, I-amps Carbon OH, Ac., Ac., Ac. Always on hand, a large and complete sortment of the alxrve, and everything else in onr line of business which we will sell lower for cash than any other house In the city. All goods sold by tis are warranted. Ju22 P. C. HILDRETH & BRO., 53 MaIii Street, WHEELING, W. VA. WHOLESALE-DEALERS IN NAIL ROD Bar Iron, NalKSheet Iron, Wire, Cast Steel,'Window Glxuw,Printlng Paper. Wrap lntr Paw?r ??*- * ? * I^VERIXG'S SVK( |> T hL^f?nKniNtJ'K SYRUP IT IR THF X b?rt in the country. For safe by R J. SMYTH. ITAVING INCREASED MY FACILITIES XX for the manufacture of the above arti cles, I am prepftsed to till all orders promptly, ami us cheap, or cheaper than can l?o had at any other house in the city. I keep the latest patterns of STOVES, both Wood and Coal, and will warrant every Stove. I ain prepar ed to do all kinds or Job Work In Sheet Iron and Tin and will Rive such jobs my personal , attention. Spouting and Guttering of all kinds always on hand. Copper and Brass Kettles and Fruit Cans of the nest kind also very cheap. Merchant* and others visting the city will do well to give me a call. Je2 It. F. CALDWELL. 6. B. CALDWELL, 4TTORNEY FOR ALL MILITARY Claims, Back Pay, Bounty, Pensions, Ac. F'Otnce?Melodeon Building, rooms form erly occupied by Caldwell * Boyd, opposite Bank of wheeling, (up stalls).) References:?Tils Excellency A. I. Bore man, Governor of West Virginia. F. P. Pelr rolut. Adjutant General of west Virginia. S. Brady, (Ashler Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank. D. C. LLst, Cashier Bank of Wheeling. mh7-Gmdtw<fcw Fire Proof Salamander Safes. JOSEPH A. METfALF. 06 Main Street, Is Agent fortbe sale of BURK & BARNES' SAFES, POWDER PROOF LOCKS, and VATJUr DOORS. Safes Nos. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, and ^always on hand. Steamboat Safes. Jeweler Sales, and Banker Safes Furnished to Order at Ju28-tf Manufacturers' Prices. UNTER'8 VEGETABLE WORM Cakes lbr sale at E. HOCKING'S Odd HsB Drug Store aug4 TTUN1 IH Cft* flow's BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PlUs for sale at K. BOOKINGS Odd Fel ow*a Hall Drug Store. aug31 <8t#*?rt gtrtirw: Commissioner's Notice. IN CHANCERY. IN TOE CIBCOTrl Court for Ohio County, West Virginia: | Alexander Ileytnan, VS. Alonzo Loring, - Administrator of the.Estate of Jefltetson L. Sangston, Deceased. By vlrtuo of a decree made and entered In this cause on the 25th day of May, 1805, it was ndjuilgcd, ordered, ami dccrecd thatthlscmise lie referred to one of the Commissioners of tills Court lo audit, state, aud settle the Adminis tration account of the said Loring, aud report the mine to Court, and also ascertain and re port what debts there are against the estate of said Sangston still unpakl, aud also the reid property belonging to said estate, describing the separate parcels thereof, aud where situ ate, and what part thereof Ls encumbered by dee* Is of trust or otherwise, and the amountof each encumbrance, and to whom due, and! that he give four weeks notice by advertise ment thereof, published In some newspaper printed in Wheeling, at the time and place of taking such account, aud that he atoo, by like advertisement, give notice to all persons c laiming to be credltomof the said estate, that tlicy, at the time and place to be named by him, appear before him and produce and prove the amount of their respective debts on pain of having their said supposed debts ex cluded from payment by said estate, in case they do not respectively at said time and filnce prove the same, and that his proceedi ngs in the premises with any special matter he may deem pertinent, or which he may be required by said parties, or any of them, spe^ ciaily to report, and that new process or sub poena Issue against the infiint defendantjolin A. Sangston. Commissioner's Office. ) \VIIEEI.l NO. W. VA., Aug. i!, 18(15. ) In pursuance of the above mentioned de cree, I shall, at my office, on Main street. Wheeling. W. Va., on Monday, the 25tl? day of September, 1S05, proceed to audit, state, Ac., the accounts, Ac., as required by the said de cree. All persons interested are hereby noti fied to attend. HANNIBAL FORBES, aug22-3ffl Master Commissioner. TAX NOTICE. The tax-payers of oiiio county will take notice, that I shall be prepared to receive the State, County and School Taxes for the year 1885. In the several Townships, at the times and places hereinafter mentioned, and that a deduction of 2l? per cent, on the State Tux wll l>e allowed to those who shall pay all their taxes on or before the 1st day of October, 1S05, at the Sheriff's office, or at the times and places specified, via: Washington Tp.?At the First Ward Hose i House. September 18. 10 and 20. I Madison Tp.?At tlio Hope Hose House, Septemlier 21,22 and St. 1 t May Tp.?At the Sheriff's Office, September 18.19 and 2u. Union Tp.?At the Rough and Ready Hose House, Septemlier 21,22 and 23. Centre Tp.?At the Fifth Ward School House, September IS"., 20 and 27. WebsterTp.?At Isaac Frcere's Store Room. (Henry Echols' old stand,) September IK, 29 and 30. Hltchle Tp.?At the South WheelingSchool House. September 19 and 20, and at Adams' School House, Septemlier 22. Triad el pli in Tp.?At F. Hlcr's,(the place of voting.) September II, 12 ami 13. Richland Tp.?At Ciinton I*. O. Septemlier IS; at A. A. Allison's Smith Shop Septeml>er 19, and at Atkinson's School House Septem lier SO. liberty Tp.?At Valley Grove P. O. Septem lier 1-1 and lo, and anil at Samuel Bell's Store, West liberty; September 10. _ nugl7-tlli octl JOSEPH SEYBOLD, Sheriff of Ohio Co, ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, 1 U. S. Inter. Rev.. 2d Dir. W. Va. > New Creek. W. Va., Aug. M, '05 ) Notice is hereby; given that the lists of valuations and enumerations of property subject lo tax uuder tho "Act to provide Internal Revenue to support the Government, to pay interest on the public debt und for other purposes," approved June 30, 1ST,! and the amendatory act approved March 3d, 180% made aud taken by the seve ral assistant assessors (of the divisions herein aftermentioned) of the 2d collection district of West Virginia, will remain open for the examination of all persons interested for the space of fifteen 05) days (Sundays excepted) from the date hereof, viz: First (1st) division embracing the county of Morgan; 2d, Hamp shire; 0th, Taylor: 10th, Preston; 11th, Mon ongalia. On the 5tli of Septemlier, at Berk eley Springs; on the 7th and 8th of Septem ber, at my office at New Creek; on the 12th of Septemlier at Grafton; on the 13th of Sep tember, at Morgantown; on the 11th or Sep tember, at Klngwood. At each time and place mentioned appeals will lie received and determined relative to any erroneous or excessive valuations, assess ment or enumerations madeand taken by the Assistant Assessors. All appeals must lie made in writing, specifying the particular cause, matter, or thing, respecting which a decision Is requested, and shall, moreover, state the ground or principle of inequality or error complained of. nugl'Wht' T. lUCARSKADON. Assessor. Notice to Tax-Payers. Office of Collector Internal Revenue, 1 Fir.it District of West Vhrpfnia. f Notice is hereby given to the Tax-Payers of Wetzel, Tyler, Pleasants and Marlon Counties, that the IJeen?Jes and Incomes assetscd for 1805, are now due and payable at the following places and times designated as follows: where and when paj/ ment munt be made, or the law as quoted be low. will be strictly enforced: "Sec. 28. o o ?. c .And if any person shall neglect to pay as aforesaid for more than ten days. It shall be the duty of the collector or his deputy to issue to such person a notice to he left at his dwelling or usual place of business, or be sent by mail, demanding the payment of said duties or taxes, stating the amount thereof, with fee of twenty cents for 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 iienalty aforesaid, and the fee of twenty cents and mileage as aforesaid, within ten days after the service or the send ing by mall of such notice, it shall be the duty of the collector or bis deputy, to collect the said duties or taxes, and fee of twenty cents and mileage, with ten per centum penalty as aforesaid.'' o o ? I will lie at Burton August 20th and 30th; at Mannlngton 31st and 1st September; Worth ington 4th and otli; Fairmont Cth and 7th; Pasnettsville 8th and Oth; New Martinsville 12tli and 13th; Middleliourne from 15th to 18th; at Slstersville 10th, and ut St. Marys 20th and 21st ^September. Tax-Payers will please be present at the ap pointed times and places, or leave the amount of their taxes with some one to pay for them, ami thereby save to themselves the per cent age and costs. JAS. C. ORR. Collector First District W. V a. SAM'Li B1LLINGSLY. augl5 Deputy Collector. LAUGIIIilN'8 OLD HOME BITTERS, f_on PBIDE OF VIRGINIA. To .Cnro Dyspepsia ITo Cure Dysjiepsla To Cure Dyspepsia To Core Dyspepsia Use the Old Homo Bitters. Use the Old Home Bitten*. Use the Old Home Bitters. Use the Old Homo Bitters. Use the Old Home Bitters. For Heartburn and Flatulence For Heartburn and Flatulence For Heartburn and Flatulence For Heartburn and Flatulence Use the Old Home Bitters. Use the Old Home Bitters. Use the Old Home Bitters. Use the Old Home Bitters. Use the Old Home Bittern. Loss of A p petite Loss of Appetite Loss of Appetite Loss of Appetite Restored by Old Home Bitters. Restored by Old Home Bitters. Restored by Old Home Bitters. Restored by Old Home Bitters. Restored by Old Home Bitters. The Weak mnde Strong!!! The Hick made Well fl! The Old mude Young! ?! The Depressed are brightened!!! The pale check itlowHwIth Health By using Old Home Bitters. By using Old Home Bitters. By using Old Home Bitters. By usitigOld Home Hitters. By using Old Home Bitters. Itjal ways gives sat infliction. It does what we claim. It sells rapidly. It is the only euro for Dyspepsia. It is a good Tonic for Feven*. It is a good Appetizer. It Is good for acidity of Btomncli. It is a healthy stimulant. It is chemically compounded. It Is an elegant Preparation. Sold by Merchants ana Druggists generally. Manufactured only by LAUOlXLINS ? BUSnFIELD. JnW Wheeling, W. Va. HIGGINS"GALLERY, Monroe Street bettceeti Main ?fc Market. TJHOTOGRAPHS?PLAIN OR FINISHES L in Oil or India Ink, from life or copied from old ulctnres. CARI) PHOTOGRAPHS?Particular palm taken with tills popular style of picture. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS-At le?* than Publishers' prices. A eood variety of GILT A ROSEWOOD FRAMES -will always Iks on hand at reasona ble prices. dedB HATS AND CAPS. S. N. PRATHER, No. 50 Mai?? Street. LWAY8 ON HAND A CHOICE AND ?varied stock of Hat* and Caps for Mens' Boys' wear. Being desirous of establishing a permanent trade, bo tlx in the city and surrounding coun try, all those who thvormewith their patron age can rely on being supplied with the best goods at the lowest figures. Country merchants are particularly reques ted to call and exam hie my stock. * . uovH 8. N. PRATHER. SUNDRIES. Goshen cheese, Sugar cured Dried Beef, No. 1 Mackerel, in kits. Fresh Ground Cora Meal, Prime Java CoUbe, Pure Mustard, Table Salt, In sacks and boxes. for sale by R. J. SMYTH, augi Comer Market and Quincy fits, .4' ?;7T - _ ^ J_ 4?r Jnle. For Sale. "I W ILL SELL THE HOUSE AND t/yt i 1now live In on Water Street, It fronts 4'> feet 8l?ch<* by w root deep. Tlun- tsnvorvmrn lUOdloUS <1 WO Hi no house W i t li ? J??1* HtP' ?-^u^aV?05n^r;?pSnrleri B*vo IK*weshlon to Valuable Property for Sale AT AI'tTIO.Y. sSSSSiK ?gp-yt.1 i. k: '/??*? "r ?r,",K T nn"i.viS,EIJ'.,AT. Wfil lU AUCTION. O. UNqunrejK. Www fl. "?.A6? 'I. *qtmrc?2l. 9,10, square 87. " 3, win a re :rr. 2,11,12, Mjuaro 42. f?, <?, square 41. 4 square 49. omES"1*"? 1h!;%V,h, ""^|"w'r m?r "t i.ta aag3-td ARMSTRONG wTntoSou",1,?n?>fny For Sale. "I^OUTY SHARES STOCK IN FIRP AVn kk? ? l,e ,"su"u?ce Comitauyof WiuJnn? Administrator. Government Sale. ilrP'" ssAa w'z n,' s iM,v/!|fel?l,'cl,lfuuU*. inf Real Estate for Sale. A PI!PO or bottom, with n 1?.? Xv^r.'"*K' "'acres tomber, ists. tloor, on the 13th of Sep. JJ.Thompson" Valuable Real Estate, to UK sor.n OCTOBER 10th, 1885. tlilnl dav of AnJust iw*? ??? ? twenty nsentoon belialf of ?ii,l ?>r^raUou' B"l><1 ..., IiL SELL AT AUf'Tinv diVof Whiii,^.r0^ "WOourt itouM.; in 0,* Tu??l?,.,l1P ioii, ,lay oro?i01>0r SSftStiffi nSfeJS," ZfX**, " ''??? ?? BELMONT IRON WORKS AND NAIL FACTORY a^sssseste JsKs? Hi Glioses in action connectcdaS^Stnnntl ll,D town lots In South \Vh?luL!2 llV**Vlh; a,,d 21 ?lof the M. iMBanra h ',eIy PtWhtw II,u ?u,.ikJ?i t mt Ii.o ifiTOS!! then-on. X"1<1 Willi llic work-s i? "lim?ln,y,"' ?* work. tar Ihirtv jSi? "to ?PPly tlie1 lo^^erS! vRK.W.'S1,?'' the lol residue,with interest from ?hL ?^,lf ?-a,ld 11,0 three equal Iiwtahnent?r2v%Sfpy l,f KnIet In and eighteen inontltsfroin RniM?ill? ^,.tWelvc ~p'S the decision of a iy wo nnil^'n n "lln|. ?f for fea si ^s^ss?S^Js&sst tnlne.1 on the pnyin? unt 1.1? "<"n 10 '*? "? Sfrss ^..^iSas?25 ?$ -ymr,her~-?^??M Wheeling. W. Va.. A.!,. ' Valuable Property for Sale, IN AND NEAR Sardis, Monroe Co., Ohio. BEUpG desirous of changing my business I offer for wile my valuable property situat ed in nml near the town of Sard is, comprising a farm near Sardis and one mile from the Ohio river, containing one linndred and elgh- j ty acres, ninety acrcsof which are cleared mid under cultivation, with young orchard of choice fruit trees. A farm near Sardls, one and one quarter miles from the Ohio river, containing 12b acres, llfty acres of which are cleared, with young orchard now l>earlng, containing four hun dred trees, of apple, peach, plum and cherry speclcs. Also, my largo BRICK (steam) FI*OUR? IXG at Sanlls, containing two run or four feet burrs: engine, 12 inch cylinder, 2 feet stroke, two double tlued boilers This Mill Is situated in the midst of a line grain Cwlng region and now eujoylnga flue pa nnge. It Is completely provided with all modern improvements, and is in flue running order. In this property a rare opportunity is of fered to an enterprising man. Also, three comfortable dwelling houses, In one of which I now reside. Two store houses, in one of which I am at present doing business. EDWIN HORN BROOK. aug9-lm ftmlis. Monroe Co., Ohio. FOR SAI.E. X OFFER FOU RALE MY PROPERTY, situated on the line of the National Koad, four miles wist of till? city of Wheeling. Said property consists of my residence, containing eleven rooniK and nn nttic finished, hath rooms and nil modern improvements; also, fourteen acres of ground attached, on which are convenient out-houses, Including brick stabling, Ice and spring house, chlckery and two cisterns. Also, one hundred and twenty live Apple trees of choice kinds; Pear, Peach, Plum and Quince trees, nil bearing. There are also choice selections of Grapes, ilasplier-' ries, Blackberries, Strawberries, and other small fruits. The grounds are finely laid out with evergreens and otherornamental shrub- , bery. 1 will also isell my Household Furniture to am* one desiring to purchase all together. Persons desiring to consult me in regard to price, terms of payment, &c,. can leave their names at the Gas Company's Office, or visit me on the premlHes. fehlS-tf JACOB HORNBROOK. LOTH IN KOI7T1I WUEEUKO FOR NAI.E. I WILL 8ELL THE LOT NUMBERED thirty-nine, nnd the north half of Lot numbered twenty-four, -In that part of tlio town of Sou tli Wheeling kuown as La Grange. Enquire of WM. EX LEY, Esq., or myself. The title is good. JAMES A. WHEAT, niy2-tf Trustee BSS-S BONNET J*. C. HILDIiKT 4 BRO. -i2i 33 Main suik IIOIWE KHOn. ? 100 &MLshoes- *???"?* -S~?_ I HVXDBIE& 90 S^RnEi-a i^bd oil. Ai\j 50 Boxes Htarcli. loo kegs bl. car. soda 25 kegs rifle Powder. I ,1.<iSI?JS,!!iNKT-A MttilH SUPPiv KEGS ASBORTED BI2Ea *6M f. C.l?r.TIRETH<t BBO. WinMutifl gtiqiiors. llEKltV B08KTTHAU A. A. LKVISOK h. Rosenthal & co., Importers A Wholesale Dealers in Brandies, Wines, Gins, AU'OIfOL, nOVRDON, RYE, MONO NO AII Eli A WHISKY, fnlnwlin Wines, *c., Manufacturers of Cider Vinegar, Domestic Wines &o., No. 21 Main Street, (In zoom formorly occupied by Pryor A Frost,) WHKKL1XU, W. VA. ENCOlTltAOFTD bTtHK LIBERAL PAT ronage heretofore extended to this house, we have secured one of tlie largest and best located warehouses in the city, where wo will have excellent facilities for receiving and shipping our good*. We linvo fitted up the house In the latest and most approved man ner, for the manufacture of the celebrated Rose WhlsUy anil superior Cider Vlnegar. The befit brands of everything usually kept In a flist class liquor store continually ou hand and for sale at the lowest prices. fo*??-ly HKNKY SCIIMCM'ACH. GEORGE FF.L.I.KR. H. SCHMULBACH & CO., NO. 6 Moxtu>k St., Witeki.u;o, Importers A Dealers In Brandies, Wines, Gin, Motion gnlieln. Hour lion niul II V 13 W I t I S K Y . T/"EEP (JONRTANTLY ON HAND A FULL 1\ supply of the best .brands of everything In their line. ?rWo manufacture the best of (iDKR VIMiUAR. H. SCHMULBACH A CO., No. GMonrestreet, in room formerly occu pied by 8.1. Block. JeH CLARK L. KANE. H. K. M 11.1. Kit. C. I*. KANE A- CO., Importer* A -Dealer* fn Foreign A Domestic. WINES & LIQUORS, Manufacturers of PtTRE CATAWBA WIJTM, Qui no}' St., bet. Main A Market Rts., WHEELING, W. VA. T7-EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND BRAN IV dies,Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Jamojcfl Rums and Cordial, Choice Old Ilye and Bour bon Whiskies. M>p27 ?tnnrttml grains. SAM'l. OTT. MOItOAN I* OTT. W.M. II. IIAL.I. SAMUEL OTT, SON & CO., Agents for FAIRBANKH' STANDARD SCALES, Adapted to every branch of business where a correct and durable Scale Is required. Counter Scales of every Variety, PORTABLE AND DORMANT SCALES FOR STORKS, If AY AND (BATTLE NCALKfi. Warehouse and Transportation Scalejr. . Scales for Grain and Flour?Scales for ltal - roads?Scales for Coal Dealers and Miners ?Cotton and Sucar Scales?Farm and | Plantation Scales?Post OHlce Scales?Ranker and Jewel ers* Beams?Weigh- i masters' Beams, Ac., Ac., Ac. All of which an? warranted In every partic- I ular. Call ami examine, or send for an illus trnte<l and descriptive circular. N. B.?These Scales have all ntecl bearings, which purchasers will tlml upon examination Is not the case with other scales offered for | sale in this city, which are represented to be "an good as Fairbanks'." A scale with cast Iron l>earings, cannot lie durably accurate. SAM'L OTT, SON <fe CO., Agents, ? Wholesale Dealers In Hardware, Kadtllery Hardware. At., Cor. Market A Monroe sts., opposite McLuro House, Wheeling, W. Va. mnr!4 1?. C. lIII.I>RETlf A BRO.. 63 Main* Btrvkt, WHEELING, W. VA. Howe's Standard Scales, Hay or cattle, platform, cotjn ter and Grocery Scales. HOWE'S ARMY SCALES, Adopted by the Government as the Stand ard Scales. Every Scale wan-anted. P.C. HJLDItETH A BRO., feb5 Agents for the Manufacturer WHEELING IRON WORKS. OFFICR AND WAREHOUSE, No. 15 Main Stkkkt, acheson, BELL & CO., TYTANUFACTURERS of and DEAL JjJL ers in? Merchant Bar, Armor Plates, Dandy and Heavy Tire, Sheet Iron, Rounds nntl Squares, Tnnk Iron, Ovals', Half Ovals, Plow Wings, Half Rounds, Nails, Wire, Ac. A Superior Quality of HORSE SHOE HAlt, Of our own manufacture, now on hand. *g~Prompt attention to all orders. apft j 1841.?P. ^Q.?1865. "PHOTOG RAPHS. ir AMBROTYPES, CARDS^^ And all klndsof Llkenew**, from the cheniv est to the best life size Oil Painting, and the place to get them. Partridge's, 117 Main Street?fir*tfloor. If you want the best and cheapest work in the country. Partridge will hereafter give his personal at tention to the operating department, and see that all his patrons have the very best pltv tures that can be made. A I. It IJ H N , At retail, at wholesale prices. The largest stock and best assortment in the western country. ?i?vir. New Store! New Stock! CHEAPER THAN EVER. JOHN H. ROBINSON, TTAB FITTED UP THE FINE LARGB FL room formerly occupied by John Bishop. No. 158 Main Street, between Union ana Mtulison, and opened the finest stock of BOOTH, M1IOEH AND <3 A ITERS Ever offered In this city, selected by himself , and bought at a great sacrifice since the de cline. Now's tlie time to bay. Save your "money by buying at np2?-flm 158 Main Stokkt. Wheeling. G. W. JOHNSON d SON, Manufacturers or Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Having availed ourselves of all tlie Improved facilities, we are better prepared now than ever to fill all orders for any article or workJn the above line or busi ness Vallies and ConductorH made to order. Steamboat work done In a substantial and workmanllko manner. We are now paying particular attention to this branch or the inule, and can guarantee satisfaction In every I particular. To "Wholesale Dealers we can | " nnnlu - - ... ?u uinia. we Keep | a stock of the latest and most approved pat- I terns of Coid and Wood Stoves on hand at all f times. G. W. JOHNSON A SON, No. 179 Market Square, Jy23 WUKHLiyn, W. VA. 1865. FALL TRADE, 1865 lONEPH ORAVEN, No. 30 Monroe Btrket. New Style Parlor and Hall Papers, Centre Pieces, Gold and Velvet, School Books, Blank Books Memorandum Books, Copy Books, Ac., Fancy Goods, Toys, Ac., GOLD PENS, Morton's Celebrated Gold Pens and Holders, Faber'a Lead Pencils, _ Cheap Lithographic Pictures, NEW NOVEIA Vlso, all the old first class Novels, by Dickens, I <? ' Lever, Scott, &c. Photograph Albums, auglO Fancy Show Cards. Ae-. A" Lynns Cumberland Cement An nntqnanedmlM.for allklrnl,of where water J. to * "gMJdor (real rtrength Pon5SESif?^fep^, 'cellar or Kitchen | used; moklna l? Supply alway. on hand and for nla bV JnS8.tr J08BPH - MMatoatrak. 500 LIST, ATI W VOO. (J, M. BURQIBON, D. D. H...S, B.M'COBMICK.D. D.B' HVRtilHON A McCORMICK, (Successors to Dr. E. O. Wlnchell,) DENTISTS, No. 141* Market Hire*#, a tig? WHEELING. W. VA. A. WIXOFBTER, DE NT I S T, No. ftl Nnrh?( ItreH, ? ?ttfl91y WHEELING, W. VA. I ABB. BOBEBTSON, M. D. T. LUNSFOBD, A. M. ROBERTSON A I.VKRFORD, SURGEON DENTISTS, No. 143 Market Street, , < < [ decli ' ' * . WHEELING, W. VA^ E. W. I'AXTON. JOHN DONLON. C. OOLEBAY. PAXTOX, IM)M.()\ A AflLEHAY, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Produce A Commission Merchants, Nos. 52 and 54 Muln St., novl >VHtiaj?q, W. Va. JAUU S. WHEAT. HANNIBAL FORBES. WHEAT A FORBES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, . , Wheeling, W. Va. Office on Main street, two doom north of M. A M. Bank. myl-flm JAIIX MrXKLL A CO., | DEALERS IN China, Glass & Qneensware, LAMPS, OILS, ? AND ? | LAMP riXTI RFX. I nov2ff?ly No. 40 Main Street STEPHENS & SMITH, Attorneys for Collecting Pensions, Back Pay, Bounty AND ALL CLAIMS AGAINST TIIK \ GOVERNMENT. Office over the Rank of Wheeling, J feb27 Main Strert, 117ierling, W. Va. CIIA8, IX. 1IEUKY, No*. ISA 10 Water St., Manufacturer and Dealer in Manilla, Hemp, Cotton and Jnte Rope, Bcdcords. LlnesJ^nes/Tar, Pitch, Oak uni, Blocks, Fishing Tackle, Cum llose, Belting, and Packing, JyflO Kin- Brick, *Tlle A Clay. I.Ar?llLINN d Itl'NIIFIFI.1>. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, And Dealers In Patktb, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, chemicals. Es sential oils, Patent Medicines, PERPI'MKRV AND IUHTfiOISTV' Sundries, At-., ic., ISO. 72 MAIN STREET, a p-'K) HODMAN'S Inspection and Laf Tobacce WABEHOUBE. Nos. 50, CI and ftl Front, and 62, ftl and fifl Water, bet. Vine ?t Walnut Sts., CINCINNATI. OI1IO. aar Re turns promptly made. J CHAH. RODMAN, Prop'r. D. HIEATT, Inspector. mnyill-fim CONNELLY, FARI> A CO., Manufacturers of No. 1 Illuminating Carbon Oil, and R E N Z O Tu E , Also a very SUPERIOR LUBRICATING OIL, Successfully in use for cars, locomotive engines, spindles and other machinery. ?WOfllee and Works, corner of 5th A Llnd say streets. Wheeling, W. Va. feb!2 JOHN B R O W N . , iV " SUCCESSOR TO WYKE8 & BROWN, 139 Main Street,* I WHEELING, W. VA. TDHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL. SIZES AND X styles, India Ink, OH and Water Colors, finished In the latest styles. A large assortment of Gilt and Rosewood Frames. Also a variety of Fancy and Cheap Case*. " Old Pictures copied to cards or life-size. MTCall and examine. aprl3 Philadelphia Bonnet Depot Sign of the Red, White * Rlue Ronnet. ?J. 33. WALTERS, No. 102 Mailt Street, T^EEPS raNRTANTLYLONi- HAND "a IV Splendid assc? * --???? ? Bonnets, Ladles' latest Paris style, j of the latest stvle. ?**T!"'tom work Promptly Attended to.? Bleariilnic nud Pluming done at the nhortest mx3 1365. New r* 1 r m . 1865. WINRIIIP, WOODS * Im porters'and Dealers in China, Glass and Queensware, STEAMBOAT AND nOUSE FURNISH ING GOODS, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, OIL. Ac., Ac., Ac., JTo. 8 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Va., Opp. Street leading to B. A.O. R. R. Passenger ? Depot, and next door to John Reid. A I-.WAYS ON HAND, A LARGE STOCK /\ of Common,* Stone and Yellow Ware, and window Glass. aplG-tf C. If. BOOTH. J. C. JELLY. W. O. BATTKLXJE. JOHN MULRIKK. BOOTH, hattellf a CO., [?Sru?r**>r* to Conrad Metier,'] DEALERS IN FAMILY GROCERIES, Ilont Ntorm, Prodnce. FRESH A CURED MEATS. I-ARE ICE 4 CANNED FRUITS, Ac., Corner Monroe and Water 8treets, WHEELTNO, W. VA. IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE there is a Wharf Boat,and it is the design of the nrm to do a Forwarding and Commis sion and Storage business, act as Steamboat Agents and furnish all desirable information pertaining thereto. Jyl4 C. H. DEITERS, Manufacturer of FINE & COMMON CIGARS, And Dealers in all kinds of rilKWlXU AND LEAF TOBACCO, STo. tl Water Street, (north of Sprigg House,) augl4-lm wnfurivn ??" M W. J. cotts. isaac cotto, JB. W. J. COTTS & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Groceries, Liquors & Produce, No. 189 Market Square, augS-flm WHEELING, W. VA. T. II. I.OOAN A CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, WHEELING, W. VA. AVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW Warerooms, No. 47 Main Street, and [o. 8 Oulncy Street. ?arMain Street Entrance, next door to Ba ker ?k Hopkins. Qulncy street entrance, near Bait. & O. It. R. Depot, and wharf. Dbdob, Paints, oils. Medicines, Vaunisues, Brusues, Window glass, Pert im eri eh,W iiite Lea n Patent Medicines, Ac. OfTered to the trade. In city and country, at low rvricra nnd of the best quality. Cash ana prompt customers are Invited to call. apl McCabe, Kraft & Co., f HlKSAlE DRUGGISTS' NO. 86 MAIN STREET, Whe'dlbiBS W. Vn. A LARGE A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Drura, ; Paints, White Leadj Medicines; . Oils, Brushes, Chemicals, Varnishes, Perfumeries, Dye Stuflfe, Patent Medicines, Spices, Ac., &c.t Always on hand, which are offered to the trade at low figures.. Purchaser ore respectfully invited tocalL marO. JAS. DAMIJ. H. CRAKOZJC. CRAKGLE, DAUEIX A CO., wholesale grocers, Prodnw & Commission Merohants.' JVo. 38 ?S 40 Monroe <? 121 Mark* at., WHEELING. W. VA. ^V' C. M. MOM. ;? ? hhodes & son. (Hucceeaom to Rhodn <* Warflcld.) i)."ooers & ;Commission Merchants jnl-Sm BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. ?TEOTABLMllED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACK F.RY.^s TBE ONLYPLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE OBTAINED. ?pwR. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THH yj mat.Certain,Hpeedy and only KOfectaal Remedy In the world njr all Private Diseases Weakness of tho Bark and Lira hi Slrlctun*' Affection* of tho Kidney* and Bladder, Invol untary Discharge*, Impotency, General De bility, Nervounnees, Dypepaia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Idea*, Palpitation or tho lieart. Timidity. Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat Nose or Skin, A flections of the Liver, Lung*.' Stomach or fiowela?those terrlhle disorder* arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth? those skcrkt and solitary practices moro fittal to their victims than the song of Kyrens to the Mariners of Ulysse*. blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, Ac., Impossible. YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young Men of the mart exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise havo entranced listening Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to. ecstacy the living lyre, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. Married Persons, or Young Men contempla ting marriage, lielng aware of physical weak ness, organic debility, deformities si>ecd|]v cured. He who places himself under thp care of Dr J., inay religiously confide in his honor as gentleman, ami confidently rely upon hta skill as a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS Immediately cured and full Vigor Restored This distressing affection?which render* life and marriage Imp?? paid by the vlcti Young persons a r ,, from not l?elng aware or the dreadful conM> auences that may ensuo. Now, who that un? etstands the siiltfect will pretend to deny that the power of procreation Is lost sooner by those falling Into improper habits than by the prudentT Besides being deprived of the pleasure of healthy offtpring, the most serious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and Mental Functions VI eakened. Ix*s of Procreutlve Power- Nerv ous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Indigestion. Constitutional Debility a Wasting or the Frame. Cough, Consumn tlon, Decay and Death. Ofllec, No. 7 South Frederick Street, Left hand si?le going from Baltimore street* a few doom Aram the corner. Fail not to ob serve the name and number. Lettere mnstbe paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's Diploma hangs in his office. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. No Mercury or Nmufotu Drtiyt* nil. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College or Surgeons' London, Graduate from one or the moat emi nent Colleges In the United States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent In tho hospitals of London. Puris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known* many troubled with ringing in the head and* eai* when asleep, great nervousm**, being alarmed at sudden sounds, ItashrnlneSN with frequent blushing, nttended sometimes witli derangement of mind, were enred iinmedii ntely. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured themselves by Improper Indulgence and soil. tary habits, which ruin both body and mind unfitting them for either business stud v. cletv or marriage. These ore some of the sad and mclAncholy effects produced by early habits of youth, viz; enknesaof the ^aek and Limbs, Pains In the Head, Dimness of Might, Loss or Muscuiai Power, Palpitation or the Heart, Dyspepsia. Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Di gestive Functions. OeneraT Debility, Symp toms of Consumption, Ac. 1 Mentally.?The fearful eflfectson the mind are much to lie dreaded?Lom or Mem on Contaslon of Ideas Dcpremlou of Spirits, E\'? rorhodlngs, Aversion to wlety,Self-Di??trI?s*' I^?ve or Solitnde. Timidity, Ac., are some "f the evils produced. Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge'What is the cause of their declining health, losingfthelr vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singu lar appearance about the eyes, cough ard symptoms of consumption. YOUNG MEN W ho have injured themselves byacerta'n practice Indulged In when alone, a habit fte ^ently leame<l from evil companions or at Mhool, the eflVcta of which are nightlv fell even when asleep, and ir not cured, rendct* marriage imitosMhle, and destroy both mind ?nd body, should apply Immediately. ?.yomJ? .man. the hope or Ei Ihedaritng or Ills parents, should ?J5LaJ5hi1V w01?.. 011 P"*Pects and enjov of lif?* by Jbe consequences or devia ting from the path or nature and Indulging MARRIAGE, that " "?nnd "dnd and body are the Journey through lire becomes a weary pil prospect hourly darkens to the \ lew; the mind becomes shadowed with des fio? thnt SSI wlt?h the Jnelftncholv reflec Mt??&S? M happiness of another becomes blighted with ournwn. disease of imprudence. "When the misguided and lmpradent votary of pleasure finds that he has Imbibed the seeds of this painfhl disease, it too often hap pens that an ni-tlmed sense of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying te? those who. from education and respectability, can alone befriend him, delaying till the con stitutional symptoms of uiis horrid disease make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore ttkoat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the i.ead and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nodes on the shin-bones and arms, blotches on the head, ffeceand extremities,progressing ?1th frightful rapidity, till at last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall in, and the victim of this awful disease becomes a horrid object or commiseration, until death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by sendlnp him to "that undiscovered country from whence no traveler returns." It Is a melancholy fact, that thousands fal. victims to tills terrible disease, owing to the unskillftiineKH of ignorant pretenders, who, by the use of that deadly poitrm, Merctirt/, ruin the constitution, and make the residue of life miserable. STRANGERS, Trust not your lives or health to the care of many unlearned and worthies* pretenders, destitute of knowledge, name or character, who copy Dr. Johnston's advertisements, or style tliemselnes, in the newspapers, regular ly Educated Physicians: Incapable of curing, they keep you trifling month after month, taking their filthy and poisonous compounds, or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and In despair, leave yon with ruined health toslgh over your own galllngdlsnppolntnient. Dr. Johnston Is the only Physician adver tising. His credentials or diplomas, always hang In his office. His remedies or treatment are unknown to life spent In the , the first in the ive nrixxite rtractice than anj* other Physician in the world. INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. The many thousands cured at this institu tion year after year, and the numerous Im portant Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of he "Sun." Clipper," and many other papers, lot ices of which have appeared again and igaln before the public, besides his'standing m a gentleman or character and resnonsibUl y. Is a sufficient guarantee to the affi luted* SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. ?STNo letters recelved'unlcss post-paid and ontalnlng a stomp to be used on the repl^. juhii iu. ?. xj.. Of the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, feblR-ly* 1 u A JL1 A 3^ IR H ! DR. R. GOODALE'S Catarrh Remedy. THIS MODE OF TREATMENT 18 The Acme of Perfection! It Cures Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh. It Cures Catarrh In nil It* Types and Stages. It Cures uatarrh, and avertu Consumption. It Cures Catarrii and Pain In the Temples. No violent Syringing of the Head. The Sense of Taste and Smell Restored. T?OR CENTURIES CATARRH HAS DE r fled the skill of physicians and surgeons. No medical work contains a prescription that will eradicate it. Nothing save Dr. Goodale's remedy will break It up, radically destroying the principal of the disuse, and precluding %^fe^cSf-w..h.UndlU?,rcl, ing power, and no mode of treatment ever af forded such Immediate relief, or gave such univeraal satisfaction. . It penetrates to the very seat of this disease and exterminates it, root and branch forever. -JYwit the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. Hat, Rose. and Periodic Catarrh.? Dr. R. Goodnle s Catarrh Remedy and mode or treatment, not only aflbrds the greatest re lief in eveiy variety of Catarrh but it extin guishes Uio disease forever In all its types and trtaoes. Every one speaks well of it. Price f 1.00 per Bottle. ? Send a stamp fbr Dr. Goodale's New Pamphlet on Catarrh, its per fect mode of treatment and rapid cure. Infor mation of priceless value?send or call at once. C. R. Parker, Sole Agent. 75 Bleecker St., New-York. ?-For sale by T. H. LOO AN * CO., and LOGAN. LIST A CO., Wheeling. nov!?-lydAW FLOUR. A HA BARRELS SEMPER IDEM WHITE wh-? W. R. CHEESE. KA BOXES PRIME SELECTED, JUST JU arriving at j?U ^ UBT, MORRISON A CO.